19—Jonesville Daily Gazette, Tuesday, December 20, 1966 MADISON CAROLERS ON TOUR—Seminarians of the Madison diocese will be in Janesville Thursday to sing to the sick. They are, 1st row from left, Clarence Koch, Waunakee; Mike Doro, Princeton; Vernon Dahman, Dahman, Janesville, John Reinardy, Janesville; Ed Bruni, Janesville; Tom Kuehn, Madison; Charles Molitor, Middleton; Tom Gillespie, Beloit. Second row, Mike Flaherty, Milwaukee; Tom Marr, Mineral Point; Tom Coyle, Pine Bluff; Don Lange, Kieler; Gene Hollfelder. Cross Plains; Rev. Dennis Ganshert, Gratiot; Rev. Roy Mateljan, Milwaukee; Joe Stafford, La Crosse; James Uppena, Cobb. Back row, Neil Zinthefer, Milwaukee; Joe Meyer, Milwaukee; Don Becker, Two Rivers; Larry Grimm, Milwaukee; Rev. John Hefter, Milwaukee; Rev. Robert Richter, Fond du Lac; Rev. Cy Weisensel, Fort Atkinson; Atkinson; Mike Uselmann, Madison; Dave Cooper, Sheboygan; Jan Cerkas, Manitowoc. Not pictured are Bob Kihslinger, Milwaukee; Gene Neuman, Ixonia; Jim Laures, Milwaukee; Richard Fueger, Janesville; Mike Trainor, Beloit. 'ony and Taining School, 3:30, Seminarians Will ot Joys ot Christmas Sing happy Yuletide tradition man, 1104 E. Delavan Drive, •"and Edward BruDi, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Bruni, 1421 N. Vista Vista Ave. All are junior.'? in the A will be repeated in Janesville this year when the young men who are studying for the priesthood priesthood at St. Francis Seminary,; college, majoring in philosophy. Milwaukee, come here to sing j Reinardy is accompanist of the the sick of the joys of Christmas. Christmas. The Madison Carolers, now theu" fourth year of existence, will be at Rock County Hospital and Pmehurt Sanatorium at p.m. Thursday and at Mercy Hospital at 4:45 p.m. as they tour county homes and hospitals the diocese of Madison. The 35 seminarians, who are giving up the fu-st two days of their Christmas vacation ot make their rounds, have been practicing twice a week ever since September. "Our payment the hours of preparing for tour is the joy that it brings group; the Rev. John Hefter, Milwaukee, who will be ordained ordained in May, is president of the Carolers. Many favorites are included p.m., and St. Martin Interracial Center, 6:45 p.m. Oregon Firm Says ilMC Stole Design PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - A Portland firm says in a lawsuit that it showed a project design for the Rambler Rogue to American American Motors Corp. and that the auto firm used it without getting getting consent. The suit for $592,000 was filed by Jay - Bruce, Inc., Portland, in the numbers the Carolers will! Monday in U.S. District Court. sing. Among them are "Drummer "Drummer Boy," "White Christmas," "Blessing of St. Francis," "Do You Hear What I Hear?", "Rock'm," "Mary Had a Baby," "0 Tannenbaum" and others. Carolers will start their tour at 2 p.m. Thusday at St. Coletta Coletta School, Jefferson. After smg- ing in Janeffwlle, they will go to Madison to be in Mendota State Jay-Bruce also alleged that American Motors and a subsidiary, subsidiary, American Motors Sales Co., took away the advertising campaign campaign for the car by conspiring to restrain Jay-Bruce from carrying carrying the account of Puget Sound Rambler Dealers Advertising Advertising Association of Seattle. Jay - Bruce said the car design design and campaign were de- Turks Welcome Kosygin Coolly ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Alexei N. Kosygm arrived today for the first visit by a Soviet premier to Tiu-key, a member of the North Atlantic alliance. He received a polite but somewhat somewhat cool welcome. Only half a dozen Soviet flags were flying at Ankara's snow- covered airport, one more was on the outskirts and another was m the center of the Turki.sh capital. Members of Premier Suleyman Suleyman Demirel's generally pro- Western and anti-Soviet Justice party were reported divided! over Kosygin's visit. Newspaper comment also was divided, with leftist papers enthusiastic and conservative papers wary.