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Fourteen Lngansport, Indiana -Pharos-Tribune Embezzlement Trial Set Rochester On July 2 ROCHESTER-The trial of Herman (Huck) Fenn; 40, of Lake M.anitou, a musician and accountant, will start on Monday, July 2, at 10 a.m. in the Fulton county circuit court. Fenn has been charged with embezzlement. Fenn has signed a statement confessing that he stole "as much as $3,000" by manipulating accounts of the Fulton County Lumber company in Rochester, where he had been employed as a bookkeeper from Sept. 11, 1958, until his arrest last April 19. Fcnn's defense counsel William Deniston of Rochester, indicated to Judge Frederick, Rakestraw Tuesday morning when he appeared 'with Fenn in circuit court "That it is not our intention to try the case." Deniston added that his client is making every effort to make restitution and that the case can be disposed of on the July 2 date. Court Notes Thirteen boys involved in the beer-drinking spree at Lake Manitou last Thursday were charged in Fulton circuit court Monday with illegal possession of alcoholic beverages. One of them, Ronald Krabee, a soldier who soon is to be transferred to Spain, was fined $25.95 on the charge and was released from custody. The other 12, all awaiting trial, which has been set for 1:30 p.m. Friday in circuit court are: Richard Maggart, Tom Scott, Jerry Pogue, Ed Holdren,, Dan Van- Treese, Ron Yard, James .R. Shuey, Jules Marburger, Mike La- Daux, George Beresh, Dean Cruey and Bob Molden. The 13, alllS years old or older, were among 26 boys and three girls, ranging irr age from 15 to 19, who were arrested by city, An impressive installation cere- county and state officers on the last night of "senior week", after a , milk truck was burglarized here. The three girls and the boys under 18 years of age are also to appear in 'Fulton circuit court Friday. They have been charged with juvenile delinquency. Breaks Window Officers investigating the win- ^ow breaking at the .Dorothy Pastry Shop in Kewanna, succeeded in obtaining a confession from Byron R. Woodward, son-in-law of (he owner .of the shop, Chester Conrad. .The window was broken in re : spite for a-family argument, said officers. Woodward, 21, confessed to Fulton County Sheriff Willard Clark, Kewanna police officials, Elmer Hickle and Richard Baldwin. He has agreed to make restitution. The estimated loss to the window was $400 and to glass sprayed cookies, $7. Personals Mrs. Guy Bahney, Lake Mani- lou, was hostess to the Manitou Garden Club when they met in her home recently. Mrs. Bee Berrier was assistant hostess. The business meeting was in charge of the president, Mrs. Louis Muller. 'Plans were, made for the annual flower show, sponsored ,by the club and open to the public. The show will be held in August. Mrs. L. E. Thomas of Winter- garden, Florida, was a guest of the club. She is 'a house guest of Mrs. William O'Mara'. The Guild Alumni of the First Baptist. church were entertained in the home of Mrs. Effie Jane Rush Monday evening. She was assisted by Mrs. Earl Townsend. mony was used by Mrs. Lyle Bailey and Mrs. Helen DeBruler to install the following. slate of officers: President, Mrs. Vena Penclle. ton: vice president, Mrs, Lon Zimmerman; , secretary, . Mrs. Ethel Snapp; treasurer, Mrs. Fred Mitchell. Also the following vice presidents of departments: Missions, Mrs. Fred Robinson; Christian Service, Mrs. Fred Alexander; ' Christian Training, Miss Dale Lichtenwalter; White Cross, Mrs, DeBruler; .Literature, Mrs. Carl Van Trump; Spir : itual Life, Mrs. John McKinney; Special missionaries, Mrs. James Rhoades; Ways and Means, Mrs. Joseph Ewing an! Mrs. Hugh Miller; 'Publicity, Mrs. Edward Delp; House Party, Mrs. Lyle Bailey. The -new program committee will be Mrs. .Zimmerman, Mrs. DeBruler, Mrs. Snapp and Mrs. Mitchell. Mr.; and Mrs. Carl Overmyer were business visitors in Winamac Tuesday. Mrs. Pascal Porter returned home' Wednesday from a weekend visit with relatives at St. Joseph, Michigan. Plan Demonstration Of Solar Battery Rotarians will see a demonstration of some of the many uses to which a solar battery may be applied when they meet at noon Monday. The demonstration will Ire given by Jack.Phares, assistant director of public relations for the General Telephone Co. Pharos, who lives, in Fort Wayne, will give a live demonstration of the-first step in direct conversion of the sun's energy into usable qualities of electricity. CROSSWORD PUZZLE Answer to Yesterday's Purzl. . ACROSS 1-Featherad friend 5-Totals • 0-Dnrk red 11-lutersticQ between leaf veins 13-Near 14-Attenciant at entrance- , ' 16-Eiyer In Siberia 17-Slnlt in middle lOrResal 20-GIrl's name 21-Mountain ' lake 23-Openworlc fabric 24-Hui-rIed 25-Approaches 27-Anclent 'city dt Asia Minor 28-Qlrl's name 'so-High mountain 31-Platform 33-Declaro SB-Part- of foot 3(i-Contairier as-Affirmative votes 40-Flnlsh . 41-Darts 43-Yellow ocher •M-Conjunctiori 15-One thousand million 47-A continent (abbr.) 4S-Delegate 60-God, In Hebrew ' Scriptures 52-Accomplished 53-Paradlsn DOWN 1-Phlllpplno peninsula 2-Preflx: not 3-Staff 4-Entranco 5-Sea In Asia, 7-Note of scale S-Habltually sloppy person S-Spar 10-Mldday (D|.) 11-Italian vlolinmaker 12-1n bed 15-Grain 18-Welcomed 20-Eplc poem (Pi.)' 22-Pertalnlng to • the navy 24-Havlnte '. deposit of sediment iiG-Tattered cloth' 23-Unit '.at Latvian currency Si-Pelt 32-Frsneh for "school" 3!l-Dlsengag:e M-Dried ffrape SB-Cure 37-OSveryone 39-Rhut noisily 4-1-Njp 42-Kdible flsh 4E-Prohibit 46-Bow , 4S-Proceed El-Pronoun 27 Diatr. by United Feature Syndicate, Inc. 12 Billfold Stolen A billfold containing ,$40 in cash was taken from room No. 11, at the Logansport high school, according to a report made to city police by Miss Opal Lehnus. She told authorities the billfold also contained -her driver's -license, pictures and other valuable papers. . She said the theft occurred between 8:40 and 8:45 a.m. Tuesday. Merchants in basic home improvement categories — building supplies and contractors, electri- NOW...IOR THE FIRST TIME, KAYBEE OFFERS REMARKABLE SUITS WITH 15 SPECIAL FEATURES THAT GIVE YOU YEARS OF WEAR! cal appliances and supplies, and heating and plumbing—have stepped up their newspaper advertising linage by over 26% in 10 years, to a 1960 total oiS-29,302,155 lines. 61 Killed in Italy; Trains Collide VOGHERA,' Italy (DPI) — A speeding freight Irain apparently ran a stop signal and rammed into the rear <if a passenger train halted-at .a. station here today, kilting and injuring scores of travelers headed for a,, Riviera holiday. , Officials said at least .61 persons 1 .were killed. Tliey said this may prove to be the final death figure. In addition, 72 persons were injured, 3 of them seriously. Of the injured, 22 were hospitalized. Police said the 12-car freight train; loaded with cement, went through a, red stop signal outside the Voghera station. The Milan- k)-Genoa passenger train, headed in the, same direction, was just about to leave the station. Ma'ny of the estimated 600 persons aboard the passenger train were en route to the Italian Riviera tor ai weekend holiday. Today marked the start of the Ascension holiday in Italy. A number of the victims were women and children. Racing along at nearly 50. miles an hour, the engine of the freight train hit the last coach of the packed passenger train. Passengers sitting or standing on the tail-end of the coach were shoved into a six - yard square mass of broken metal, wood and flesh.' Thursday Evening, May 31, 1962. Funeral Rites Held In'Louisiana for E.H.Wilson, 71 • FULTON .— Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Ditmire - Davidson funeral home in Fulton for Raye Haney, 67,. of St. Petersburg, Fla. Military riles and burial will be in the Fulton cemetery. '.Haney died at 10 a.m. WedneS' day tat Florida following an ill ness of three years. . Survivors include his widow, the former Lala Grace Sanders; his father-in-law, Albert Sanders, Fulton and one brother, Harry. He was a contractor and former resident of Champaign, 111. He had been a resident of Florida three years. He was a veteran of World'War I. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Saturday. HIT 509-YARD DRIVE SOUTH PASADENA, Calif. (UPI) — Golf pro George Bayer, who averages 275 yards on drives, once hit a drive 500 yards in Sydney, Australia. Bayer admits the hole was downhill, the turf was hard, and there was a following wind. The U. S. Dept. of Commerce predicts that Americans will consume 3.2 billion pounds of candy this year, a rise of 3% over 1961. Confections, manufacturers will attempt, to meet this growth potential by sharply increasing their advertising expenditures. In 1960, they invested $2.2 million for advertising nationally in daily newspapers. Mrs. Mabel Beck,75, Dies; Rites Saturday FLORA — Mrs. Mabel Becfc. 75, of Kokomo, died at 4:15 a.m. Thursday following an illness o! 1'A years. • Born near Flora on Jan. 28, 1887, she was the daughter of James .). and Mary Frances Trent Moss. Her marriage on April 18, 1908 was to John R. Beck and he died, in September, 194,'i. She was a member of (he Burlington Christian church. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Robert Fealhcrslone and Mrs. John Coughlin, both of Kokomo and Mrs, Harold Eller, Flora; three sons, Laurel J., Andrew T. and John K'., all of Kokomo; two brothers, Dr. H. E. Moss and Raybuni Moss, both of Kokomo; ten grandchildren; two step-grandchildren and a groat- grandchild. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Burlington Christian church with Rev. Harold Cline and Rev. John Buckley officiating. Burial in the Burlington cemetery. 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