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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1969. THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE ELEVEN Five Fined Saturday lit Justice Court On Traffic Infractions Five*'fines we're assessed by Justice of the Peace Don Free- h?fer in court Saturday. Roger Daggett, 28, route 1, Galveston, arrested Sept. 25 by Trooper John Gaylor for speeding 80 miles per hour, was: fined $5 and costs. Helen- Jolly, 36, 1924 Woodlawn, arrested October 4 by Troooer Richard Keyes for speed inn in a 30 mile per hour zone was fined $1 and costs. Delmar Hunt, 29, Kokomo, arrested Sept. 23 by Trooper Richard Keyes for no valid' operator's license, was fined $1 and costs. , Ellis demons, 44, of Star City, arrested Oct. 4 by Trooper Richard Keyes for.DUI was fined $25 anfl costs and his right to drive was suspended , two years. Eula Belle Fountain, 32, route 4,; city, arrested Oct. 2 by Trooper Glen Hosier for following too closely was fined $1 and costs. Temple Fouche, 54, of Kokomo, arrested Oct. 5, by Trooper Richard Keyes following an accident, will be tried Oct. 20 at 4 p.m. on charges of DUI and improper passing. Hammond Man Testifies As Investor In Heat Madiine Fraud Case CHICAGO (AP) — Marvie'J. Stieve of Hammond, Ind., says he lost $5,000 that he invested in a heat machine. Stieve was the 17th investor to take the witness stand in U.S.^District Court in the trial of Carl D. Schaefer, 54, suburban Kenilworth. • Schaefer is charged with misrepresentation in the sale of interests in a machine designed to turn water into steam without .the use of fuel. The government fig r ures he collected about J2 million from approximately 300 investors. Investors have testified that they were, promised 10 to 1 returns on the money they put into the project. Stieve said Friday Schaefer told him he was afraid to put the machine on the market because the government would seize it for security reasons. He also testified Schaefer told him the Navy was interested in the device for use in submarines. Lawyer Af Peru On Nixon Committee PERU—Attorney Frank V. Dice of this city was one of 45 attorneys over the nation appointed to the "Lawyers for Nixon" committee. He will represent this commit-, tee in Indiana and appoint chairmen in eacH city and county of the state who - will work to promote Nixon's campaign. Indiana Apple Harvest Reported As Excellent INDIANAPOLIS -(AP) - Yield and quality was reported excellent as the 1960 Indiana apple harvest headed toward its peak Saturday. •, Apple crops were descubed as especially good ; around South Bend and in.the : central part of the. state near Indianapolis. Growers in the Vincenries •area were harvesting so.fast that many packing sheds were staying open seven days'a week. ^More ,than 4,000 . migrant farm workers remained in the state, said the Indiana Employment Security Division. But many of the laborers were in tomato' harvest crews \yhich had just, finished their work and were preparing to heed south. $260,000 Awarded For Wreck Injuries Beiore Her Birth COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - A three-year-old West Columbia girl Saturday was awarded !260,000 in damages for brain injuries received in an automobile accident that occurred" three : months before she was born. The award to Gina Sox was handed down by Federal Judge C. .C. Wyche .who heard arguments in the-case last month. The damage suit was brought against the 'federal government following an accident in nearby Cayce in 1957 in which an Army vehicle driven by a military policeman crashed into a car in which Eileen Sox, who was pregnant, was riding.- The government admitted it was at fault in the accident but denied that 'any prenatal injuries were sustained by the child subsequently born to- Mrs. Sox. Damages Of $35,000 Asked In Miami Suit PERU—Damages of $35,000 are asked in a suit filed in Miami circuit court by "Jacqueline Levesque against Zane Greer. The action results from an accident March 12th of this year on S. Broadway at the Broadway bridge. Mrs. Levesque 'states she was a passenger in a car driven by her husband, Baymond, and they had stopped for a C & 0 train. She claims Greer's car came up t hitting the rear of their car, and that she sustained injuries to her neck, back and nervous system. Cockpit of modern 707 Jet airliner 9ires an idea of the many .dial-and-ncedle indicators which must be scanned constantly. DOLLARS-IN:"• f~i - , , _ ,, _ . BILLIONS Changes in the 1961 Budget EXPENDITURES J79.8 All Other Veterans Agriculture Interest $84.0 $80.4 $81.5 JANUARY ESTIMATE CURRENT ESTIMATE •RECEIPTS SHOWN NET OF KEFUNDj: Katanga In Unrest ELISABETHVILLE,.'. Katanga tAPJ—White residents took refuge Saturday in the two hotels of "the cotton growing center of'Kabalb as Baluba . tribesmen intensified their rebellion against the Katanga government. > ' Tribal rebels have been moving i in and. arbunu Kabalo—some 400 1 miles'north'of here—and at one stage thej occupied the airfield and a big cotton mill outside of town, a government spokesman said. .(The Baluba upsurge against Premier Moise Tshombe's government in north and central Katan- gih was reported by Brussels radio Friday which said 40 tribesmen had been killed in a single clash;) At Kabalo the refeels looted and burned the mill but 'were forced from • the air field by a detachment of U. N. troops, the spokesmen said. After the scare, the white employes of the mill fled into town for sanctuary and are being protected by the United Nations. There are about 20 or 30 whites in Kabalo, according to the spokesman. BUDGET'S UPS AND DOWNS — Newschart, above, shows changes between January and current estimates of the budget f,pr',fiscal 1961. Estimated expenditures are up six- tenths billion dollars; estimated receipts are down 2.5 billion. Data is from Bureau of the Budget. AWAITS SENTENCE NEW; CASTLE,- Ind. (AP Carey Seawright, 36, faces either death, or,a life prison term in the July 9 holdup-killing of Hillary Clark, 72. Seawright pleaded guilty to firsWegree murder, and Judge Wesley W, Ratcliff of Henry Circuit Court ordered a pre-sentence investigation. LOOK WHAT AM OFFER I 412 E. BROADWAY, LOGANSPORT OCT. 9 thru OCT. 15 BIG 11"x14 PORTRAIT Value. PLUS HANDLING, WRAPPING * rNSURANCE Semi-Life Size Bust Vignette UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED Age 5 Weeks to 12 Years LIMIT: f Per Child - 2 Per..Family Family Groups Taken IHon., Tues., Thurs., Sat. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wed. I a.m. to Noon Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Everett V. Hiff, 50, Dies At Peru Hospital; Final Services Tuesday PERU-Everett V ; Hiff, 50, of route 3, died, at 3:40 a.m. Saturday at.Dukes hospital. He became ill Friday night at-6:30 p.m; .and was taken to the hospital in the fire 'department emergency.'ambulance. '•';.' '-.' "•-.. A resident of- this city seven years he was an employe of the Laidlaw .company. Born in Hoselawn, Indiana, in 1910, he was the son of William and Fannie Ma_e Jonas Iliff. His marriage in 1956was to Viola Rains, -who survives. -' ( Also .surviving are his father of'Roselawh. his mother, Hammond; four sons ah'd a daughter:" Ronald, Larry and Terry, Hammond; Everett, Jr., U. S. Navy; Shirley, 'Hammond. Also 'surviving are a brother, Ernest; Lake Village; a sister, Mrs. Harold Davis, Mohon. The body is at the Drake- Flowers funeral home! Rites will be there at 1:30 Tuesday with the Reverend Russell Shalley officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral Some after noon Monday. Weather Elsewhere High Low PR Albany, Cloudy 67 36 Atlanta,' Cloudy 75" 68 .02 Bismrack, Cloudy 87 38 Buffalo, Cloudy 69 37 Boston, Clear 70 48- Chicago,,Cloudy 68 49 Cincinnati, Cloudy 66 52 .83 Cleveland,. Cloudy 66 !9 .. Denver, Clear 84 44 : -.. Des Moines, Clear - 76-41 .. Detroit, Cloudy 65 42 .... Fairbanks, Cloydy 35. 22 .. Fort Worth, Clear 81 57 .. Honolulu ' MM.. Indianapolis, Cloudy ' 65 52 .. Jacksonville, Hai 84 70 1.04 Juneau, Cloudy 45 37 .10 Kansas City, Clear 76 47 Los Angeles, Clear 73 63 Memphis,. Cloudy 78' 66 .07 Miami, Cloudy 85 76 .14 Milwaukee, Clear 62 35 .. Mpls.St.Paul, Clear 72 43 .. New Orleans, Clear 83 63 .. New York, Cloudy 67 48 ... Omaha, Clear 71 43 .. Philadelphia, Cloudy 67 36 .. Phoenix, Cloudy 90 67 .10 Pittsburgh, Cloudy 66 43 .. gortland, Me., Clear 66 42 .... Richmond, Cloudy . • 61 54 .34 St.' Louis, Cloudy' 60-53 .19 San Diego,,Cloudy. ^ 70. 64, .. San'Francisco-. Cloudy 66 54 ..~ Seattle, Clear 55 44 .17 Tampa, Cloudy 88 73 .23 Washington, Rain 63 49 .01 Winnipeg, Cloudy : 77 45 .. U.S.South Pole Stn. M M ... (M-Missing) Falls Under Wagon Pulled By Tractor BERNE, Ind. (AF> - Joseph Wickey Sr., 30. Rt. 1, Monroe, was killed late Saturday afternoon when he lost his'balance and fell from a wagon loaded .with wood which was being.pulled by a tractor driven by his 14-year-old son, Joseph Wickey Jr! State police ^said the younger Wickey :was turning from, one Adams County road into another about five miles northwest of Berne when his father fell. TJie front wheels of the wagon ran over the victim. Hospital Notes ST. JOSEPH'S Mr. and Mrs. George Rausch, Winamac, are parents of a son. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Williams, 22 W. Main. Admitted: Miss Lisa Boyd, 2517 Market; .Walter Whiteman, Flora; Mrs. .Beulah Stoops, route 2; .Mrs. Mildred Razer, 2300 Oakland; Mrs. .Frances Frantz, 507 Tanguy; Mrs. Lucille Martin, 2716 Sunset Lane; Galen Frantz, 507 Tanguy; Theodore Young, route 2. Dismissed: Kenneth Paul, route 4; Francis Scheffer, Star City; Clarence Burgess, 111 Fourth; Domenico Pasquale, 1624 Wood- ; lawn;. Fred Watts, 4029 US 24; ;Mr&y Charles Hush and'son, 211 Montgomery; ..Mrs. Donald Clark amLdaughter;:, 512 Dizardie; Mrs. Treva .Ghapih, iMacy; Mrs. Ruth Dayis, 318 High; Mrs..Laura' Wallace, Rbpkfield; Harold Corcoran, lao.Northem; Furr Parson, 1728 High; 'Mrs. Ruth Rafferty, 320& Broadway; Mrs.' ! . Raymond Schramm and daughter, Winamic; Miss Linda Nethercutt, 1 route 6. MEMORIAL Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mitchell, Lake Cicott, are parents of a son. ..'•'. ''/Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Harold Smith, 215 Highland, are parents of a daughter. ' , ;. -Admitted: Roy Beckley, 906 Broadway; Mrs. Mary Kennell, Royal Center; James Holmes, 303 Unger; Jesse Buzbee, route 1; .Mrs. Maude Fissel, 2000 Spear; Mrs. Elizabeth Reefer, route 2. Dismissed: Mrs. Gladys Clark, route 4; Master Ralph Compton, route 1, Camden; Mrs. Lovetta Gilman,' Lucerne; Mrs; Adda Harrison, 1709 Clifton; Mrs. John Luzadder. and son, route 6; James McKinney, Flora; Mrs. . Amy Shank, 1615 Wright; Mrs. Frances Shellhart, 1330 Cpllege; Hobart Southwood, 624 Sunset Drive; Allen Yocum, Peru; Master James Blevins, Royal Center; Frederick Hengel,. Kewanna; Mrs. Lula Powlen, 507& North; Mrs. Eula -Smith, 814 State; Mrs. Coleen Schrader, route 6. FLYING FISH'S FIGHT The flying fish throws itself from the water with the motion of its strong tail. Once in the air, its large fins act like the wings of a glider. • ifETTER CHANCE .Statistics reveal that female babies have a 12 per cent better chance of being born than do male babies and a 30 per cent better chance of surviving once born. matter off .Barge Bumps Small Boats LOS ANGELES (AP)-A barge' loaded with' two million board feet of lumber crunched into a number of small boats while trying to dock in the predawn darkness of Los'Angeles harbor .Saturday. Estimates of. splintered and sunken yachts and, cabin cruisers ranged from 25 to 6. Latest count by the Coast Guard was nine sunk, two damaged and five set adrjft. A 125-foot section of Finger Pier was reduced to kindling. A damage estimate was still being compiled. It was feared at first that some owners spending the night on their boats might have been trapped. Officials said later, however, that there were no deaths or injuries. Tangled debris littered' thje harbor and gasoline leaking from punctured tanks created a hazard. The crash occurred when a 328- foot barge, Foss 200—a converted LST just arrived from Crescent City,. Calif.—was being towed by a tug, the Justince Foss, toward a dock.' . .;.'.. '- • •••The skipper, Captv'Ed Saling of Seattle, said he .thought he was turning into his own berth. '"I : don't know what happened, really," he said. "I didn't make the wrong turn. I just didn't make the right one." Rush To Laos For Top Level Meeting WASHINGTON (AP)—The State Department Saturday rushed its top Far; East expert to crisis- ridden 'Laos arid three other South east Asian-countries'for. a round of consultations aver the next two weeks.. '• . . J. Graham Parsonsj '.assistant secretary of state for Far Eastern affairs and former U.S ambassador to Laos left -by a. Military Air Transport plane for talks with U.S ambassadors in Laos, Cambodia, Thailand and South Viet Nam. TassYersion Of K Threat ' NEW YORK (AP)-Tass issued a new version Saturday of a disputed passage in a statement made Friday to newsmen by Soviet Premier Khrushchev in New York. The Soviet news agency quoted the passage this way: "If you want to subordinate us to you by a majority and to compel us to settle issues on unequal conditions you will- compel us to uphold our interests not by voting in the United Nations but outside the United Nations, that is to rely on our strength, on our might. And this, as you understand, already leads to an aggravation of relations." The passage was translated originally by Khrushchev's official interpreter as saying the Soviet Union would uphold its in terests outside the United Nations "by use/of force." Friday fass said this wai an error and the statement should have read "by relying on our own force." Tlien the Soviet delegation asked that the transcript be changed to read "by relying on our own strength." ' . Khrushchev, it was generally agreed, used the Russian word "sila." Translated by abridged Russian-English dictionaries, 'the word means: "force, strength, vigor.". Juvenile Court Will Try Youth :,ASHLAND,'Ala. (AP)-A state prosecutor said Saturday he would recommend that a teen-age boy,charged with, three -counts of first-degree murder be handled by juvenile authorities. "I think it is my duty to recommend such action on the basis of what I know at this time," said Circuit Solicitor Frank Head. Murder charges were filed Saturday against Raymond Eugene Brown, 14, for the knife slayings of his aunt, grandmother and great - grandmother, Sheriff Paul G. Levie said. The sheriff declined, however, to say where the youth is being held. He''..said the boy's whereabouts is a secret because of consideration for his- family and relatives. ' Head said .it is possible that juvenile authorities would decline to handle the case, and action then would be up to the state courts. , , The solicitor said in that case it would be quite possible that the youth, upon conviction, could be sentenced to death under Alabama law. "I want to look into the boy's background more—question his family and friends. I am not at all satisfied that robbery was a chief motive for this slaying," Head said. • • 'Officers said Friday night that the-youth had admitted killing the three women after midnight Saturday a week ago. He said he entered the Jiouse,- next door to his own, to look for money. Levie declined to say whether the youth had signed a statement. The boy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Brown, were' being treated for shock at a hospital. James Sanders, 61, Dies At Monticello Hospital On Saturday MONTICELLO -James H. Sandersi 61, of 213 Dewey Street of Monticello. died at 9:30 a.m. Saturday at the Monticello hospital. Born in Greensburg, Ind., he was the son of Elijah and Grace Parker Sanders. He married Elsie Wiedeman on Jan. 2, 1926. He lived in Monticello for the past 25 years where he worked at RCA. Surviving are his wife: one daughter, Mrs. Lois Vollner of Francesville: a sister, Mrs. I Mary, Morgan of Columbus. She [was a member of the Christian Church. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. (CST) at the Miller funeral home in Monticello. Rev. Paul Kitley officiating. Burial in Roselawn cemetery, Franccsville. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Sunday. HOT FURNACE Firemen were called Saturday to the Donald Beaver residence, 715 Plum, where a furnace had become overheated. Emma Maria Noon, 81, Peru Resident, Dies; Final Rites Pending PERU — Mrs. Emma Maria Hoon, 81, 2VA W. Third street, died at Dukes hospital at 5:20 p.m. Saturday after a six months illness. A resident of this city most of her life she was born Oct. 23, 1878. in Huntington, county, daughter of Otto and Sarah Kumley Bradshaw. Her marriage was to John Hoon who preceded her in death. Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. William Perkins. Kewanna; a son, M. Paul Hoon, Mud Lake: ten grandchildren^ three great-grandchildren; three sisters: Mrs, Jessie Eads, Kokomo; Mrs. Elizabeth Holdren and Mrs. Edith Brenton, boll 1 , of Ohio: Friends may call 'after noon Monday at the Drake-Flowers funeral home. Rites are pending. ~CAR HITS FENCE Minor damage was done early Saturday evening when a car hit a fence on state road 25 at Clymers. Sheriff Bernard Leavitt said the car, driven by J. Franklin Prough, of Battleground, hit a fence on the Robert S. Justice farm. Louise Bright Dies At Home Mrs. Louise Bright, 75, widow of Edwin Bright, of 1413 Market, died at her home at 9:40 p.m. Saturday after a lingering illness. Born April 17, 1885 at Somerset she was the daughter of George and Cora Reynolds Vaughn. Survivors are a daughter, Miss Lorene Bright, at home; a son, Leroy, Sacramento, Calif.; two grandc'vldren; six great-grandchildren. Her husband preceded her in death and one son, Clifford, died in 1953. She was a member of the Christian church at Somerset, Ind. Friends may call at the Kroeger funeral home after seven o'clock this evening. Arrangements for rites are pending but burial will be in Vernon cemetery at Somerset. York Sees Threat Of World War Three 'PALL MALL;. Tenn; CAP)-4\1- viri C. York accepted official homage Saturday for his exploits in World War I and said he sees another world war in the offing. "It sure looks like World War III is on the way," said the old soldier, now 72, partly paralyzed and nearly blind. ; "But I think the United Nations is handling the situation very well: They have snowed old Khrushchev under." York, was .presented a circular electric bed that changes positions at the press of a button. The ceremony came 42 years .to the day after he single-handed wiped out a German machine-gun'battalion in the Argonne Forest, killing 25 arid capturing 132. Shoshoni Indians oi the Nevada desert stole baby eagles from their nests and raised them in cages or tied to .rocks.. When an eaglet grew up, he was stripped of his leathers,for .arrows and decorations and released. O Baejclop«41» Brltaulot Odds Unchanged As Result Of Debates LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP)—Bookmakers said the presidential election odds favoring Vice President Richard M. Nixon over Sen; John F. Kennedy were unchanged after Friday night's television-radio debate. Nixon was listed as a 7-5 choice. John'Adams, Benjamin Frank-i lin and John Hay concluded the 1 final treaty with Great Britain in . London in 17M. _ Used Merchandise CLEARANCE! APPLIANCES and TELEVISIONS Reconditioned and Guaranteed REFRIGERATORS TAG NO. WAS NOW 42 8 ft. KELVINATOR 49" $29.95 94 9 ft. LEONARD 79" 29.95 33 12 ft. COPELAND . , 99" 39.95 40 8 ft. 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