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Page 43 Thursday, November 9, 1978 THE INDIANAPOLIS NEWS Artist Norman Rockwell Dies At 84 STOCKBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) - Artist Norman Rockwell died at his home just before midnight yesterday, said his wife Molly. .. "He didn't die of anything except being 84 years old," Mrs. Rockwell said in a telephone interview. "He had been ill a long time. He died at home." In an interview with the Associated Press, Mrs. Rockwell said her husband "was very devoted to his work. His work was his passion." Asked how she thought he should be remembered, she said: "I should think ... as an artist and illustrator ... a well-known artist and illustrator." Rockwell, who sold his first illustrations to the Saturday Evening Post at age 22, subsequently painted some 360 covers for the magazine. - The Post covers, Mrs. Rockwell said, were his "greatest delight." . After the Post changed ownership, she said, Rockwell switched to Look magazine, where he "became very much more interested in civic problems." Rockwell did illustrations for many STATE DEATHS Warren W. Shirey Was Official At I.U. Special to The Newt BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Warren W. Shirey, 48, director of the office of records and admissions for the Bloomington campus of Indiana University, died yesterday afternoon after he was stricken with chest pains in his office. Shirey joined the I.U. administration in 1966 as associate registrar and was promoted to director in 1970. Earlier he was an associate registrar at the University of Arizona. He was a native of Daleville. He attended Ball State University and received academic degrees from I.U. in 1952 where he was an honor graduate and member of Phi Beta Kappa. He also received academic degrees from the University of Wisconsin in 1955. Shirey was a member of several associations of college records and admissions officers. He also had written many articles for professional publications and a book titled "Understanding Computers." The Ballard & Shirey Funeral Home at Daleville is in charge of. funeral arrangements. Survivors mother, Mrs. Raymond Shirey, Franklin, brother Wayne, Daleville, x . GREENFIELD - Adoph Schoelch, 76, former employe of Chrysler Corp. at New Castle. Services tomorrow at 10 a.m. in Carmony Funeral Home, Shel-byville . . . Mrs. Harold (Betty) Scott, 49, employe of RCA Corp. at Indianapolis 28 years. Services tomorrow at 10 a.m. in Pasco Mortuary. Survivor husband. GREENSBURG - Nathen Bewley, 66, retired carpenter. Services tomor-' row at 1:30 p.m. in Gilliland-Howe ' Funeral Home. JASPER Herbert Hoffman, 76, retired automobile dealer. Services Saturday at 9:30 a.m. in St. Joseph Catholic Church. Survivor wife Josephine : . . Clarence Eckert, retired Indiana Desk Co. employe. Rites today . . . William Brames, 75, retired Jasper Engine & Transmission Exchange employe. Services tomorrow at 9:30 a.m. in St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Carl Shepherd Services for Carl E. Shepherd, 76, Indianapolis, who died yesterday in St. Francis Hospital, will be Saturday at 1 p.m. in G.H. Herrmann Madison Avenue Funeral Home. Shepherd was a millwright at J. D. Adams Manufacturing 24 years, retiring in 1967. He was a member of Bluff Avenue Baptist Church. Survivors wife Minnie; son Carl Jr. Cleurage Barrett Services for Cleurage C. "Shorty" Barrett, 77, Indianapolis, who died yesterday in Community Hospital, will be tnmnrrnw at 1(1 a.m. in Shirlpv Rrnthpre.. Drexel Chapel. Barrett worked at E. C. Atkins Co. 42 years and 16 years at Cole National Key Co. He retired two years ago. He was a member of Englewood Christian Church. Survivors wife Alice; daughter Betty Bruce. Mrs. Thomas Hartwell Services for Mrs. Thomas B. (Dorothy Marie Doelker) Hartwell, 84, Franklin, were today in the Indiana Masonic Home at Franklin and Gothic Chapel at Crown Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Hartwell died Tuesday at the Masonic Home. She was a member of Zion Evangelical United Church of Christ and Brookside Chapter of Eastern Star. Mrs. Sterling Becktel Services for Mrs. Sterling J. (Mary F.) Becktel, 84, 1428 Groff, will be tomorrow at 11 a.m. in Farley Marwood Hills Chapel. Mrs. Becktel died yesterday in Winona Hospital. She was a member of the United Methodist Church of Columbus. Survivor son William. MJM- other magazines during his long career, including a Post cover celebrating the trans-Atlantic flight of Charles Lindbergh in 1927 and a Look magazine picture depicting the imprint of Neil Armstrong's left foot on the dusty surface of the Moon after the first moon landing in 1969. But most of his illustrations were folksy, warm scenes of small-town Americana. In 1960, he said of his work: "Maybe as I grew up and found the world wasn't the perfectly pleasant place I had thought it to be, I unconsciously decided that if it wasn't an ideal world, it should be, and so painted only the ideal aspects of it pictures in which there were no slatterns or self-centered mothers, in which, on the contrary, there were only foxy grandpas who played baseball with the kids and boys fished from logs and got up circuses in the backyard." Rockwell worked in his studio in Stockbridge, a small town in Western Massachusetts. There he found the models for many of his pictures. NOBLESYTLLE - Richard Beck, 79, Peoria, Ariz., former Noblesville High School teacher and athletic coach. Services tomorrow at 10 a.m. in Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church. Survivor SULLIVAN - Mrs. Edgar (Myrtle) Rock, 83, formerly of Greenfield. Rites today. WILLIAMSPORT - Glen Zenor, 80, retired plumbing and heating business owner. Services tomorow at 11 a.m. in Maus Funeral Home, Attica. Survivor wife Blanche. VERSAILLES - Elvin Gelvin, 63, retired Air Force test flight engineer. Services Saturday at 2 p.m. in Bovard's Funeral Home. Survivor wife Winnie. VINCENNES - George Williams, 60, retired postal clerk. Services Saturday at 2 p.m. in Gardner & Son Funeral Home. Survivor wife Patricia. Guy Burnett, 92, Services Tomorrow Special to Tin News BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Services for Guy Burnett, 92, retired president and general manager of Showers Brothers Furniture Manufacturing Co., will be tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. in Day Mortuary. Burnett died yesterday in his home. He has served two terms as a director of the Bloomington Chamber of Commerce. He also served on the board of directors of Nurre Co. Mutual Federal Savings & Loan Association, Citizens Bank & Trust Co., First National Bank of Bloomington and Associated Employers of Indiana. Burnett was vice-president of the Furniture Club of America at Chicago and a member of the Indiana Society of Chicago and the Columbia Club at IndR anapolis. . Survivor wife Lillian. - Mrs. Emil Bohanan Services for Mrs, Emil (Pearl) Bohanan, 67, 1022 N. West, will be Saturday- at 11 a.m. in Coppin Chapel AME Church, of which she was a member. Mrs. Bohanan died Monday in Methodist Hospital. She was a domestic worker 30 years and a member of the Stewardess Board of the church and Lotty Stitts Club. Friends may call tomorrow after 2 p.m. at Willis Mortuary. Survivors husband; sister Hazel Smith; brothers Leonard, Melvin Humes. Arthur McRae Services for Arthur E. McRae, 82, 7107 E. 14th, will be tomorrow at 2 p.m. in Kays-Ponger Funeral Home, Port Charlotte, Fla. McRae died Tuesday at Port Charlotte, where he owned a summer home. He was a native of Franklin and formerly worked at Sears in Indianapolis. He was a member of Englewood Masonic Lodge 715 and Knights of Pythias. Survivors wife Mabel; son Arthur; daughter Marilyn Gunnion. Richard Bailey Services for Richard L. Bailey, 25, who was found fatally shot Sunday, will be tomorrow at 7 p.m. in Williams Funeral Home. Bailey, 3453 N. Parker, had worked five months at Clark Pharmacy. Survivors wife Jan; son Richard Jr.; daughters Torra Bailey, Treva Teinstill; mother and stepfather 1 Mr. and Mrs. Lorraine Stradley; brother David; sister Marsha Bun ton; grandmother Mrs. Hazel Wilkins. Edd Russell . Services for Edd Russell, 78, 2826 Meredith, a retired employe of Citizens Gas & Coke Utility, will be Saturday at 10 a.m. in Shirley Brothers Irving Hill Chapel. Russell, who died yesterday in Community Hospital, worked at the utility 35 years. He retired 13 years ago. Survivors wife Lura;. daughter Irma Lea Hans; son Glen. Forest Scene At Museum A woodland habitat gallery will become the latest permanent exhibit at the' Indiana State Museum, 202 N. Alabama, when the gallery opens to the public Nov. 17. The 544-square-foot gallery includes a virgin forest setting with wild animals and a 10-foot flowing waterfall. Wildlife in the setting include a white-tailed doe, a cougar, an oppossum, raccoon, chipmunks, snakes, ducks, rabbits, squirrels, minnows, crayfish, frogs, turtles and salamanders. But the famous also posed for Rockwell he painted politicians for more than four decades. His favorite president was Dwight Eisenhower. "When Ike gave you that grin, he was an artist's delight." he once said. His least favorite was Richard Nixon, he once told a friend, "because I couldn't find anything there." In the turbulent 1960s, Rockwell exhibited a strong social conscience, commenting on canvas mostly for Look on civil rights, space exploration, the generation gap, the Vietnam war. He made his last public appearance in 1976 in Stockbridge at a "Norman Rockwell Day" parade. Born in New York City, Rockwell dropped out of high school at 16 to enroll in the Arts Students League. His , earned his first commissions there, designing four original Christmas cards for the wealthy Mrs. Arnold Constable. Rockwell's first marriage ended in divorce. His second wife, Mary, was the mother of his three sons. Mary Rockwell died in 1959, and the illustrator subsequently married Molly Punderson. , W. P. Bohnert Dead At 82 W. Phil Bohnert, 82, 5707 Brockton Court, who received many military honors, died today in Community Hospital. A sergeant in the Army during World War I, Bohnert was a life member and former state commander of the Military Order of the Purple Heart and was a life member of Disabled American Veterans. He also was a life mem-ber of Veterans of Foreign Wars, which he joined in 1921. He was a former president of the Second Engineers Regiment Association. During World War I, he received the Silver Star, Purple Heart and Victory Medal, in addition to three liberation medals from the French government. . Bohnert worked at Allison 20 years, retiring in 1963. He was a member of Knights of Columbus Council 1583 at Jasper. Services will be Saturday at 9:30 a.m. in Feeney-Kirby Mortuary and at 10 a.m. in SS. Peter & Paul Catholic Cathedral. Survivors sisters Nell White, Sally Seng; brothers Clement, Othmar, Victor, Vincent. C. J. Ferrin Clarence J. Ferrin, 51, retired from a career in the Army, died Tuesday at his home, 4830 Young. A native of Terre Haute, Ferrin had lived in the Indianapolis area since 1975. He was an Army supply sergeant 22 years, retiring in 1973. He served in World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War. Services will be Saturday at 11:30 a.m. in Conkle Speedway Funeral Home, where friends may call tomorrow from 3 to 9 p.m. Burial will be in Highland Lawn Cemetery, Terre Haute. Survivors daughter Miss Esther Ferrin; son Paul; mother Mrs. Hyla Hadlock; daughters Betty Sauter, Imogene Hol-lingsworth, Louise Scott. Mrs. Edward Kirch Mrs. Edward (Clara E. Schoenig) Kirch, 91, formerly of 57 E. LeGrande, died yesterday in a nursing home. Her late husband was a general contractor in Indianapolis. Services will be in Saturday at 9:15 a.m. in G. H. Herrmann Madison Avenue Funeral Home and at 10 a.m. in Sacred Heart Catholic Church. There will be a rosary tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. in the funeral home, , where friends may call tomorrow after 2 p.m. Survivors daughters Mrs. John Polovich, Mrs. Walter Brooks, Mrs. Edward Gallagher; sons William, Irvin. Howard Bowie Services for Howard L. Bowie, 54, Indianapolis, will be tomorrow at 10 a.m. in Shirley Brothers Irving Hill Chapel. Bowie died Tuesday in Community Hospital. He worked 21 years at Ford Motor Co. in Detroit and 25 years in Indianapolis. He was a World War II Army veteran and a member of First Church of the Nazarene. Survivors wife Beatrice; son Jim; daughter Miss Becky Bowie; mother Mrs. Laura Bowie; brother Billy; sister Emogene Watson. Mrs. Carson Mrs. Catherine I. Byers Carson, 70, Indianapolis, a retired seamstress, died yesterday in Methodist Hospital. Mrs. Carson, who retired 10 years ago, had been a seamstress. She was a member of Englewood Christian Church. Services will be Saturday at 10 a.m. in G.H. Herrmann South East Street Funeral Home, where friends may call tomorrow after 2 p.m. Survivors sons Ralph, Walter; daughter Miss Rosalie Carson.' " Willie Ephraim Willie Ephraim, 84, 3112 Meadows Drive, a retired employe of Ermet Products Co., died Sunday in Wishard Hospital. Ephraim worked 22 years at Ermet Products. He was a member and deacon emeritus of Galilee Baptist Church. Services will be Saturday at 1 p.m. in the church. Friends may call tomorrow after 6 p.m. at King & King Funeral Home. Survivors daughters Helen Webb, Dorothy Eldridge; brother the Rev. John Hollowell. David Cowser Private services in Harry W. Moore Peace Chapel for David L. "Les" Cowser, 83, 1922 Haines, a retired jewel buyer for Herff Jones, were today. Cowser worked at the jewelry company 32 years, retiring in 1963. He was a World War I Army veteran. Memorial contributions may be made to the Diabetes Association of Greater Indianapolis. Survivors wife Helen; son Ralph; daughter Patricia C. Dick. Mrs. Marshall Reynolds Mrs. Marshall (Juanita M.) Reynolds, 64, a member of Our Shepherd Lutheran Church, died today at her Indianapolis home. A native of Muncie, she moved to Indianapolis 28 years ago. Services will be Saturday at 11 a.m. in Flanner & Buchanan Broad Ripple Mortuary. Survivors husband; sons Murray Wolfe, Robert Reynolds; sister Rosemary Stoker. t',(L4XV. ' men H J tap 4 V - Norman Rockwell Semi Overturns As Load Shifts; 2 Men Killed A semi-trailer truck accident in Martin County yesterday claimed the lives of two Evansville men, State Police said. The victims were identified as OR-VILLE FENWICK, 64, and JAMES STEPHENS, 73. Stephens was rounding a curve on U.S. 50 about six miles east of Shoals when the truck's load of steel shifted, causing the rig to overturn and slide into a guard rail, State Police said. - In another accident, DALE BROOM-DALL, 18, Mishawaka, was killed yesterday morning when he lost control of his motorcycle and slid into an oncoming car on a Mishawaka street, authorities said. DEBORAH BURGESS, 18, Michigan City, was killed Tuesday night when the car in which she was riding ran off a LaPorte County road about four miles south of Michigan City, officials said. ROBERT WTLMOTH, 67, Arlington, was killed yesterday in a three-car collision on Ind. 9 about nine miles north of Shelbyville. Investigators said two autos, including one driven by Wilmoth, slowed for a slow-moving vehicle when they were struck by an auto driven by Robert Adams, 22, Sellersburg. Adams suffered minor injuries Wilmoth, formerly of Indianapolis, was a retired Army sergeant major who served in World War II and the Korean War. He had been working at Custom Printers, Rushville. He was a member of Grace United Methodist Church in Indianapolis and Rushville American Legion Post. Services will be Saturday at 2 p.m. in Todd Funeral Home Rushville, where friends may call tomorrow after 2 p.m. Survivors wife Charlotte; sons Robert, John. The deaths pushed the 1978 Indiana traffic toll to 1,064, compared with 1,029 fatalities reported by this date last year. Roy Watts Services for Roy B. Watts, 77. Elk Grove, Calif., former Indianapolis resident, will be Saturday at 2:30 p.m. in Shirley Brothers Irving Hill Chapel. He died Tuesday in Methodist Hospital at Sacramento, Calif. Watts was a longtime employe of Indiana Bell Telephone Co. and a member of Telephone Pioneers. He was a member of Fortville Masonic Lodge and Murat Shrine. Friends may call tomorrow after 2 p.m. at the funeral home. Survivors wife Thelma; daughter Marilyn Steele. Mrs. George Kraft Mrs. George C. (Bonnie Mae) Kraft, 65, 4518 Farrington, a packer 32 years at Frito-Lay Co., died today in St. Francis Hospital, She attended Landmark Baptist Church. Services will be Saturday at 2:30 p.m. in G. H. Herrmann South East Street Funeral Home, where friends may call tomorrow after 1 p.m. Survivors husband; sons Robert, George Kraft Jr.; sisters Mrs. Clara Bennett, Mrs. David Bryan; brother Harry, Nolan Ellis. Mrs. Walter Moore Several survivors were omitted from the obituary on Mrs. Walter (Hazel Marie Humble) Moore yesterday in The News. Besides her daughters, Mrs. Moore is survived by brothers Charles and Herman Humble and sisters Ruby Charles, Nina Martin, Marion Hill, Mar-jorie Ann McCauley and Geraldine Hall. Summers Northeast Funeral Home is assisting with arrangements. Lower Phone Rate OKd, With Warning The Public Service Commission has approved a lower rate sought by General Telephone Co. of Indiana but warned the utility it could not reduce costs in an effort to drive competitors out of business. KLF Corp., Fort Wayne, a competitor of General Telephone, complained about the rate change sought by . the state's second largest phone company. General had asked for a reduced charge for a "ROLM CBX" terminal, used in switchboard operations. The PSC approved the rate change, saying General still has shown a profit on the equipment. But the commission said, "If at any time the utility finds that the rate fails to recover the company's full capital and expenses, General Telephone will be ordered to file new tariffs to increase the rates so as to produce full cost recovery." Baha'i Fete The Baha'i Community of Indianapolis will observe the anniversary of the birth of Baha'u'llah, the Baha'i founder, Saturday at the International Center, 1050 W. 42nd. A pot-luck dinner at 5:30 p.m. will be followed by a presentation on the Baha'i faith. .ay'- -0kJUi AlaVsea- . . Here Are The 435 Who Will Answer Roll In U.S. House By Associated Prtw Here is the list of winners in the races for U.S. House of Representatives. The number before each name is the district number in that state. The notation (i) signifies an incumbent. ALABAMA 1: jack Edwards, (I) J: William Dlcklnun, R (I) J: BUI Nichols, D (I) 4: Tom B.vlll, D (I) S: Ronnie Fllppo, 0 (I) 6: John Buchanan, R (I) 7: Richard Shelby, 0 KENTUCKY 1: Carroll Hubbard Jr., D (I) 1: William H. Natctiar, D (II 1: Romano L. Mailoll, D (I) 4: Gana Snydar, R (II S: Tim Laa Cartar, R (I) 4: Larry Hopkins, R 7: Carl D. Parkins, 0 (I) LOUISIANA t: Bob Livingston, R (I) 1: Llndy Boggs, D (I) 1: David Traan, R (I) 4: Claud. Laach, D S: Jarry Huckaby, D (I) 6: W. Hanson Moore, R (I) 7: John Braaui, 0 (I) I: Slllls Lang, D (I) ALASKA At larva: Don Young, R (i) ARIZONA 1: John Rhodai, R (I) 1: Morrll K. Udall, 0 (I) 3: Bob Stump, D (I) 4: Eidon Rudd, R (I) MAINE 1: David P. fcmary, R (I) 2: Oivmpia Snowa, R ARKANSAS I: Bill Alexander, D (I) 1: Ed Bathuna, R 3: John P. Hammartchmldt, R (I) 4: Baryl Anthony, 0 MARYLAND 1: Robart Bauman, R (I) 2: Claranca Long, D (!) 3: Barbara Mlkulskl, O (I) 4: Marloria Holt, R (I) S: Gladys Spallman, D (I) 4: B.varly Byron, D 7: Parran Mltchall, O (I) I: Mlchaal Barnas, D CALIFORNIA I: Harold T. Johnion, 0. (U 1: Don H. Clausen, R (I) 3: Robert T. Motsui, D 4: Vic Fazio, D 5: John L. Burton, D (I) 4: Phillip Burton, 0 (I) 7: Caoraa Millar, D (I) I: Ronald V. Dalluma, D (I) : Fortney H. Stark, O (I) 10: Don Edwards, D (I) II: Lao J. Ryan, 0 (I) 11: Paul N. McClotkay, R (I) 13: Norman Y. Mlnata, D (I) 14: Norman Shumway, R IS: Tony Coalho, D 16: Loon Panetta, D (I) 17: Charles Paihayan, R II: Bill Thomas, R 19: Robart J. Laaomarilno, R (I) 10: Barry M. Ooldwatar Jr., R (I) II: Jamas C. Corman, D (i) 11: Carlos J. Moorhaad, R (I) 13: Anthony Bsllanton, D (I) 14: H.nry A. Waxmen, 0 (I) IS: Edward R. Roybal, D (I) 16: John H. Routsalot, R (I) 17: Robart K. Dornan, R (I) II: Julian DUon, O 2: Augustus F. Hawkins, 0 (I) 30: Oaoraa E. Danlalson, 0 (I) 31: Charlas H. Wilson, 0 (I) 31: Glann M. Andarson, 0 (I) 33: Wayne Grlsham, R 34: Dan Lungran, R 35: Jim Lloyd, D (II 34: Oaoraa E. Brown Jr., D (I) 37: Jorry Lawls, R 31: Jarry M. Pattarson, D (II 3t: William Oannamayar, R ' 40: Robart E. Badham, R (I) 41: Bob Wilson, R (I) 41: Llonal van Daarlln, D (I) 41: Clair Burganar, R (I) MASSACHUSETTS 1: Silvia 0. Conta, R (I) 2: Edward Boland, D (I) 3: Josaph Early, D (I) 4: Robart Drlnan, D (I) S: Jamas Shannon, D 4: Nicholas Mavroulas, D 7: Edward Markay, D (I) I: Thomas P. O'Nalll Jr., O (I) t: Joa Moaklay, D (I) 10: Margaret Hacklar, R (I) 11: Brian Donnally, D II: Garry Studda, D (II MICHIGAN 1: John Conyara, D (I) 2: Carl Purv.ll, R (I) 3: Howard Wolpa, D 4: David Stockman, R (I) S: Harold Sawyar, R (I) 4: Bob Carr, D (I) 7: Dla Klldaa, D (I) I: Bob Tramar, 0 (I) : Guy Vandar Jagt, R (I) 10: Don Albosta, D II: Robart Davis, R 12: David Bonior, D (I) 13: Charlas Dlggs, D (I) 14: Lucl.n Nadil, O (I) IS: William Ford, D (I) 14: John Dlna.ll, D (I) 17: William Brodhaad, D (I) II: Jamas Blanchard, D (II II: William BroomlWId, R (I) COLORADO I : Patricia Schroeder, 0 (I) 1: Timothy Wirth, 0 (I) 3: Ray Kogovsek, D 4: Jamas Johnson, R (I) 5: Kan Kramar, R MINNESOTA 1: Arlon Erdahl, R 1: Tom Hagadorn, R (I) 3: Bill Franial, R (I) 4: Bruca Vento, D (I) S: Martin Sabo, D 4: Richard Nolan, D (I) 7: Arlan Stangaland, R (I) : Jamaa Obarstar, D (I) CONNECTICUT 1: William R. Cottar, D (I) 1: Chrlstophar J. Dodf, D (I) 3: Robart N. Slalmo, O (I) 4: Stawart B. McKlnnay, R (I) S: William Ratchlord, D 4: Anthony MoHott, O (I) MISSISSIPPI 1: Jamla L. Whlttan, D (I) 2: David R. Bowen. D (I) 3: G. V. Sonny Montgomary, D (I) 4: Jon Hlnson, R J: Trant Lott, R (I) DELAWARE At Caret: Thomas Evans, R (I) MISSOURI 1: William Clay, D (I) 2: Robart A. Young, D (I) 3: Richard A. Ggphardt, D (I) 4: Ika Skalton, O (I) S: Richard Boiling, D (I) I: E. Thomas Colaman. R (I) 7: Gana Taylor, R (I) I: Richard H. Ichord, 0 (I) : Harold L. Volkmar, D (I) 10: Bill D. BuTllson, D (I) FLORIDA 1: Earl Hutto, D 2: Don Fuqua, D (I) 3: Charlas Bannatt, D (I) 4: Bill Chappall, D (I) 5: Richard Kally, R (I) 4: C. W. Young, R (I) 7: Sam Olbbons, 0 (I) I: Andy Iraland, D (I) : Bill Nalson, D 10: L. A. BalallS, R (I) 11: Dan Mica, 0 12: Ed Stack, 0 11: William Lahman, D (I) 14: Claud. Pappor, D (I) IS: Danta Fuctll, D (I) MONTANA 1: Pat Williams, 0 2: Ron Marlanaa, R (I) NEBRASKA 1: Douglas B.reutar, R 2: John Cavanaugh, D (I) 3: Virilnia Smith, R (I) NEVADA At largo: Jim Santlnl, D (I) NEW HAMPSHIRE 1: Norman D'Amours. D (II 2: Jamaa Clavaland, R (1) GEORGIA I: Bo Glnn, O (I) 2: Dawson Mathls, D (I) 3: Jack Brlnklay, D (I) 4: Elliott Lavltas, D (I) 5: Wycha Fowlar, 0 (I) : Nawt Gingrich, R 7: Larry McDonald, D (I) I: Billy Laa Evans, O (I) : Ed Janklns, D (I) 10: Doug Barnard, D (I) HAWAII I: Cacll Heftel, D (II 2: Danlal Akaka, D (I) NEW JERSEY I: Jamas J. Florlo, O (I) 2: William J. Hughas, D (I) 3: Jamas J. Howard, D (I) 4: Frank Thompson Jr., D (I) S: Mllllcant Fanwick, R (I) 4: Edwin B. Forsytha, R (I) 7: Andrew Magulra, D (I) I: Robart A. Roa, D (II : Harold C. Hollonback, R (I) 10: Petar W. Rod I no Jr., D (I) 11: Joseph G. Mlnlsh, D (I) 11: Matthaw J. Rlnaldo, R (I) 11: Jim Courtar, R 14: Frank J. Guarlnl, D IS: Edward J. Pattan, D (I) IDAHO 1: Stavan D. Symms, R (I) 2: Gaorga V. Hansan, R (I) ILLINOIS 1: Bannatt Stawart, D 2: Morgan F. Murphy, D (I) 3: Martin Russo, D (I) 4: Edward J. Darwlnskl, R (I) S: John G. Fary, D (I) : Henry J. Hvda, R (I) 7: Cordlss Collins, D (I) I: Dan Rostankowskl, D (I) : Sldnay R. Yalas, D.(l) 10: Abnar Mlkva, D (I) 11: Frank Annunilo, D (I) 12: Phillip M. Crana, R (I) 13: Robart McClory, R (I) 14: John N. Erlanborn, R (I) IS: Tom Corcoran, R (I) 14: John B. Andarson, R (I) 17: Gaorga M. O'Brien, R (I) II: Robart H. Mlchal, R (I) It: Tom Rallsback, R (I) 30: Paul Flndlay, R (II 21: Edward Madlgan, R (I) 22: Danlal B. Crana, R 23: Malvln Prlca, D (I) 34: Paul Simon, D (I) NEW MEXICO 1: Manual Lulan Jr., R (I) 2: Harold Runn.ls, D (i) NEW William Carnar, R Thomas Downey, D (I) Jeroma Ambro, D (I) Norman Lant. R (I) John Wydlar, Lester Wolff, Joseph Addabba, Ben amln Rosanthal, D ill Geraldine Ferrara, D Mario Blaggi, D (II Jamas Scheuer, D (I) Shirley Chlsholm, D (I) Stephen Solan, D (I) Fredrick Richmond, D (I) Leo Zafarattl, D (II Elizabeth Haltzman, D (I) John Murphy, D (I) S. William Green, R (I) Charles Rangel, D (I) Theodore Weiss, D (I) Robert Garcia, D (II Jonathan Bingham, O (I) Petar Peyser, D Richard Ottlngar, D (I) . Hamilton Fish, R (I) Baniamla Gllman, R (I) Matthew McHugh, D (I) Samuel. Stratton, D (I) Gerald Solomon, R Robart McEwan, R (I) Donald Mitchell, R (I) James Hanlay, D (I) Gary Lee, R Frank Horton, R (I) Barber Console, R (I) John LeFalce, D (1) Henry Nowak, O (I) Jack Kama, R (II Stanley Landing, 0 (I) INDIANA Adam Banlamln Jr., D (I) Floyd J. Flthlan, D (I) John Bradamas, D (I) J. Conform Quayla, R (I) El wood Hlllls, R (I) David Evans, D (I) John T. Mrars, R (I) H. Joal Dackard, R Laa H. Hamilton. D (I) : Philip R. Sharp, O (I) : Andrew Jacobs Jr , 0 (II IOWA Jamas A. S. Laach, R (I) Tom Tauka, R Charlas E. Grasslay. R (I) Naal Smith, O (I) Tom Harkln, D (II Barklay Badall, 0 (I) KANSAS 1: Kaltti G. Saballus, R (I) 3: Jim Jaffrias, R 3: Larry Winn Jr., R (I) 4: Dan Gllckman, D (I) Si Robart Whlttakar, R NORTH CAROLINA I: Walter B. Jonas, D (II 2: L. N. Fountain, D (I) 3: Charles Whitley, O (I) 'Indypex 78' "Indypex 78," sponsored by the Indiana Stamp Club Inc., will be tomorrow through Sunday at Glendale Shopping Center, i Hours will be 6 to 9 p.m. tomorrow, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday. The stamp exhibit will celebrate the club's 50th anniversary. Meetings are the first Friday of each month at 7:30 p.m. in the Children's Museum. Cancer Research $ SOUTH BEND, Ind. (UPI) - The Fannie E. Rippel Foundation has granted $85,000 to the University of Notre Dame's Lobond Laboratory for research on cancers and heart disease. - ' Dr. Morris Pollard, director of the germfree research institute, said the funds will be used to buy equipment. Maa.,e,l a !.' t . jL a4 4: Ika Andrews, O (I) I: Stephen L. Naal, O (I) 4: Richardson Prayer, D (I) 7: Charlas Rosa, D III I: W. 0. Hefner, D III t: Jamas O. Martin, R (I) 10: Jamas T. Broyhlll, R (I) II: Lamar Oudger, O (I) NORTH DAKOTA At large: Mark Andrews, R (I) OHIO ): Willis D. Oradlson, R (I) 2: Thomas A. Lukan, D II) 3: Tony P. Hall, D 4: Tennyson Guvar, R (I) S: Delbert L. Lena, R (I)' 4: William H. Harsha, R (I) 1: Clarence J. Brown, R (I) I: Thomas N. Kindness, R (II : Thomas L. Ashley, D (I) 10: Clarence f . Miller, R (I) 11: J. Wllllem Stenton, R (I) 12: Samuel L. Devlne, R (I) 13: Donald J. Pease, D (I) 14: John F. Slebarllng, 0 (I) IS: Chalmers P. Wylle, R (I) 14: Ralph Raeula, R (I) 17: John M. Ashbrook, R (II II: Douglas Applagata, D (I) 1: Lvle Williams, R 20: Mary Ross Oakar, D (II 21 : Louis Slokes, DID 22: Charles A. Vanlk. D (II 21: Ronald Mottl, D (I) OKLAHOMA 1: Jamaa R. Janes, O (II 2: Mike Symar, D 3: Wee Watklns, D (II 4: Tom Stsed, D (II S: Mickey Edwards, R (II 4: Glenn English, O (I) OREGON 1: Las AuColn, D (I) 2: Al Ullman, D (I) 3: Robert Duncan, D (I) 4: Jamas Waavar, D (I) PENNSYLVANIA 1: Mlchaal Meyers, D (II 2: William H. Gray III, D 3: Raymond F. Lederer, D (II 4: Cherlas F. Dougherty, R S: Richard T. Schulza, R (II 4: Gus Yatron, 0 (I) 7: Robert W. Edgar, D (I) I: Pater H. Koatmeyer, D (I) : Bud Shuster, R (I) 10: Joseph M. McDade, R (I) 11: Daniel J. Flood, D (I) 12: John P. Murine, D (I) 13: Lawrence Coughlln, R (II 14: William S. Moorhaad, D (II IS: Donald L. Rltter, R 14: Robert S. Walker, R (I) 17: Allen E. Ertel, D (I) II: Doug Walgren, D (I) II: William Goodllng, R (I) 20: Joseph Gaydos, D (I) 21 : Don Ballay, D 22: Austin J. Murphy, D (II 23: William F. dinger, R 24: Marc L. Marks, R (I) 15: Eugene Atkinson, D RHODE ISLAND t: Fernand J. StGermaln, D (II 2: Edward P. Beard, D (II SOUTH CAROLINA 1: Mendel J. Davis, D (II 2: Floyd Soance, R (I) 3: Butler Derrick, D (I) 4: Carroll A. Campbell Jr., R S: Ken Holland, D (I) 4: John Janrefta Jr., D (II SOUTH DAKOTA James Abner. R (D TENNESSEE. 1: James H. Guillen, R (II 2: John Duncan, R (I) 3: Marilyn Lloyd, D II) 4: Albert Gore, O (I) S: Bill Boner, D 4: Robin Beard, R (I) 7: Ed Jones, O (I) : Harold Ford, D (I) TEXAS Sam Hall Jr., O (I) cnarlas Wilson, D (I) James M. Collins, R (I) Ray Roberts, O (II James Mattox, D (II Phil Gramm, O Bill Archer, R (I) Bob Eckhardt, O (I) Jack Brooks, D (I) : J. J. Pickle, D (I). : Marvin Laath, D : Jim Wright, D (I) : Jack Hiehtowar, D (I) : Joe Wvett, D : E. Klka Da La Garza, D (I) Richard White, D (I) : Charles Stenholm, D : Mickey Laland, D : Ken Hance, D : Henry Gonzales, O (I) : Tom Loetftor, R : Ron Paul, R : Abraham Kazan, O (II : Martin Frest, O UTAH 1: Gunn McKay, D (I) 2: Dan Marriott, R (II VERMONT At large: James Jeffords, R (II VIRGINIA 1: Paul Trlble, R (I) 2: G. William Whltahurtt, R (II 3: David E. Satterfleld, D (I) 4: Robart W. Danlal Jr, R (I S: W. C. Dan Danlal. D (II 4: M. Caldwell Butler, R (I) 7: J. Kenneth Robinson, R (II I: Herbert E. Harris, D (I) 9: William C. Wampler, R (II 10: Josaph Fisher, D (I) WASHINGTON 1: Joal Prltchard, R (II 2: Al Swift, D 3: Don Bonker, D (1) 4: Mike McCormack, D (II S: Thomas Foley, D (I) 4: Normen Dicks, D (II 7: Mike Lowry, D WEST VIRGINIA I: Robert H. Mollohan, D (II 2: Harlay O. Staggers, D (II 1: John M. Slack, D (I) 4: Nick Joa Rahall II, D (I) WISCONSIN 1: Laa Asoln, D (I) 2: Robert Kastenmeler, D (II 3: Alvln Baldus, O (II 4: Clement ZaMeckl, D (I) S: Henry Reuss, D (I) 4: William Stelger, R (II 7: David Obey, D (II I: Tobias Roth, R I: F. Jamaa Sensenbrenner, R WYOMING ' At large): Dick Cheney, R YORK R (I) D (II D (I) Psychic Holiday' Set At Expo Center A "psychic holiday" is scheduled Saturday from 1 to 9 p.m. at the Expo Center. There will be private readings available from astrologers, palmists, numerologists, water or crystal ball readers, spiritualists or psychics. Astrology readings are $8 and all others are $4. The Livingston Center, which will sponsor the event, will present mini-lectures on reincarnation, past life regression, prophecy and levels of expanded awareness, beginning at 2 p.m. The lectures are free and open to the public. The Livingston Center is a nonprofit educational association of people of all faiths who are interested in the study and sharing of knowledge in all fields of metaphysics. raypawa :

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