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Tuesday Evening, November 5, 1957. ROCHESTER— Vandals Break 30 Windows Mrs. Everett Greathouse report«d to the sheriffs office that vandals had considerably damaged the Everett Greathouse home on the south side of Lake Manitou, neces- litating a repair bill of $203.33. Officers said that 30 window panes had been broken, holes punched in the walls of two rooms, and also the porch, other walls badly scratched, and a light fixture and electrical outlets badly damaged. The sheriff's department have this under investigation. Pat Kern, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kern, R. R. 1, has been chosen as state winner in 4-H forestry achievement and will attend the National 4-H Club Congress at Chicago. She will be onej of the 20 Indiana representatives. I The Rev. Richard Dickson, Fulton county deputy sheriff and former pastor of the Rochester Nazarene church, will be guest speaker in the Mor.ticello Nazarene Church, while the regular minister is holding a revival meeting in Missouri. The Past Grand's Club of the Rebekah Evergreen lodge held their November meeting in the lounge of the IOOF building Friday afternoon. Mrs. Harry McVay, president op-1 ened the meeting with group sing- 1 ir.g of "Bless Be The Tie Thatj Binds" and the Lord's prayer ini unison. i Members responded to roll call with "A Childhood memory of Thanksgiving". The secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Ruth Werner and Mrs. Rollin Pontius, respectively, gave their reports which were accepted. The December meeting was discussed, and committees appointed to plan the Christmas party and dinner. A gift exchange will be a feature of the program. Hostesses for the dinner are Mrs. John Inman, Mrs. Ed Fishback, and Mrs. Blanche Jefferies. Dining room committee, Mrs. Edith Brubaker, Mrs. Dollie Miller and Mrs. Myrtle Glassley. Program committee, Mrs. Mabel Snyder, Mrs. Mary Kelley. Mrs. Delia Cole and Mrs. Margaret Collins. The meeting closed with the song, "God Be With You", followed by the Mizpah benediction. A silent auction was held following the business session, in charge of Mrs. Karl Hartung and Mrs. Glassley. Dainty refreshments were served to 16 members and two guests, in the dining room, at tables made CROSSWORD PUZZLE An.w.rt.Y..t«rday.P U «l. lovely with bouquets of colorful fall flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Castleman were honored with a family dinner, Thursday, when Mr. . and Mrs. Earl Lawson entertained in fheir home the following guests: Dr. and Mrs. J. A. VanKirk of Frankfort; Mrs. Patricia VanKirk of Kentland; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McGraw, Lafayette; Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Stamm, Monterey; Mrs. Robert Lancaster and children, Leiters Ford; and Harold Gelbaugh and Albert Lawson. Friday about 7:30 p.m. the sheriff's department apprehended Vice Admiral Robert E. Blick, of the Naval Air Station at San Diego, Cal., following a report on Blick's erratic driving from a motorist who had followed him on U.S. 31. He pleaded guilty to a charge of drunken driving in Fulton circuit court and was given a fine of $25 and costs. The court recommended that his driver's license be suspended for one year, Mr. and Mrs. Harry McVay, Mrs. Inez Murray, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Murray, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Murray, and Mr. and Mrs. Arnoid Murray and daughter, were in Culver Sunday afternoon, where they, attended "open house" for Mr. and Mrs. Don Mark Stubbs, who were recen'ly married. Mrs. Carl Stubbs and daughter Marlene were hostesses for the lovely affair, which was held ir. the new home of the honored ecu- pie. Zimmerman Brothers ambulance took Ed Fishback from the Wood law.n Hospital to his home on'R.R. 1. They also took Mrs. Hugh McMahan from the Woodlawn hospital, Rochester, to Memorial Hospi 'al in South Bend. On Monday morning Ed Clay was removed from his home, 623 Madison street, in the Zimmerman Brothers ambulance, to the Robert Long Hospital in Indianapolis. Monday in Fulton circuit court Freeman Spellz, 28, South Bend informed the court that his attorney had withdrawn from the case agains;t him for rape, to which he had pleaded not guilty, Aug. 2(i, 1957. The court extended the time for the case to Nov. 6th, 1957, to allow him to secure other counsel^ Harold B. Stone, 37, Indianapolis, was arrested Monday morning, after an accident on U.S. 31, H mile north of Rochester, at 5:40 o'clock-. Stone, driving a 1957 two-door auto, rammed into the rear of a 1955 gravel truck operated by Ralph E. DePoy, 38, R.R. 6, Rochester. Stone, who was slightly injured, apparently fell asleep at the wheel of his car. The estimated loss, of the truck is $500 and the $1,700 car is a total loss. Justice Everett Gray of Fulton will hear the case on or before 1—Snake 4—Besmirch 9—Resort 12—Swordsman** dumtnystak* 13—Dexteroui H—Pronoun 16—Glossy paint 17—Extreme fondness 19—Present tlm» 21—Uppermost part 22—Region 24—Tattered clotb 26—Holler 29—Beginning 31—Chart 33—Owins 3-1—Conjunction 35—Eat J7—Resinous Eubstanc* 39—Sun god <0— Spread lot drying 41—School at whales 44—Burdened 46—Periods of tlmt 48—Sink In rolddlt 50—Foreman El—Cheer 53—Instruct 65—Suspended 68—Showy 01—Fruit drink 62—Forgive 64—Young boy 65—Bushy cJurop 65—College officials 67—Female »ueep DOWN 1—Simian 2—Japanese unit of currency t —Inferior rac« horse 4—Lean-to 5—Pertaining to the cheek C—Printer's mcasur* 7—Total 8—Hindu peasant 9—Formed 10—Wooden pin 11—Exist 16—Protective ditches 18—Plaything 20—Sweet potato 22—Lessen 23—Part of »ttp 25—Female (colloq.) 27—J'Jntlces 2S—Inclines • HO—Embrace 32—Crony (coDoq.) .IB—Dance sten US—Room on flhlp 41—Mended with cotton 4ft—Smnll ruir 4 ft—Gavo 47—Sink'In middle 49—Part of abdominal wall 53—Flock 54—Academic subjects R5—Chnpeau 56—Fuss fi7—River In WnJee 69—Game at marbles 60—Dutch town 53—Parent (colloci.» Saturday. Harold P. Whittington, 37, Jasper, Tex., who had been convicted June 12, of drunken driving, and issuing a fraudulent check, was released from the Fulton county jail Monday morning, having completed his jail term. June 6, \Vhittington was arrested by city police for driving while under the influence of an intoxicant. He is on a Tive year's probation on a one-lo ten year jail sentence. His driver's license is suspended for one year. Francis McNiel, 21, Maoy, paid $15.75 in Justice James Walton's Rochester court, over the weekend, after pleading guilty to the charges of reckless driving and unreasonable speed. State police made the arrest after a chase south of Rochester on a country road and then onto Stale Road 25, traveling at 120 miles an . hour. He also had his driver's license suspended for one year. Also in Walton's court, Jerry Lee Andrews, 23, Argos, was convicted of failure to yield the right- of-way, and paid a fine and cost of $15.75. His arrest by city police followed an accident last Friday in which Andrew's car struck an auto driven by Max Anderson, 58, Kewanna, at Ninth and Franklin streets. In Justice Everett Gray's Fulton court, Garold K. Lehman, who was arrested by Kewanna police for' blocking a drive-way in Ke- Fraukel as a passenger, also veered off to the east side of the road, landing on it's top. Both Mr. and Mrs, Frankel escaped injury. Mrs. Frankel is to be charged with reckless driving or with passing on a hill, state police stated. Both cars were listed as total loss;. H-jspital News: Admissions: Mrs. Arlene Walters, Mentone; Mrs. Ebbie Cassen, Claypool; Mrs. Clara Hatfield, Akron; Roy • C. Kline, Silver Lake; Mrs. Joe Meiser, R.R. 5; Alonzo Carr, Akron. Dismissals: Mrs. Clarence Ellison and daug.Ver, 526 West Fourth street; Norman Cunberland, 916 Park street; Ed Fishback,'R.R. 1; Mrs." -Hugh McMahan transferred to Memorial hospital. South Bend; William Murphy, Delong; Mrs.. Harold Dfttman, Futlon; Mrs. Don.'Snipes and son, R.R. 5; Mrs. Minnie Smith, Kewanna. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kale, 515 West Sixth str«et. Mr. and Mrs. James C. Alton of Knox are the parents of a son, The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Joe King of Rochester. War never was formally declared against the Confederate States in 1861 2 Killed by Train Near Madison MADISON (UP)—Ted Eversole, 54, and his grandson, Homer Riley Jr., .14, both of Deputy, were killed Monday when a Baltimore and Ohio passenger tiain hit their car at Deputy in western Jefferson County. Authorities said Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Three Headquarters of Toll Road to Stay In Indianapolis INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Albert J. Wedeking, director of the Indiana Toll Road Commission, predicted today the commission headquarters would remain in Indianapolis despite! an efficiency firm's proposal that: it move to a point on the east-west turnpike. Wedeking said the commission Eversole was | deferred action on recommenda taking Homer home from school: tions of the New York firm during when the train smashed into their a'meeting Monday. But he said he car scattering wreckage for about a block along the track and hurling both bodies about 160 feet. A witness said the train whistle sounded as the through-train approached the crossing at 75 miles an hour. Authorities said Eversole apparently didn't hear the whistle and he couldn't see the train approaching from the south because the station blocked his view. The crossing in the small town is not equipped with' flashing signals. It has been estimated there are between 20,000 and 40,000 different species of fishes. wanna, paid a fine of $15.75. Also in Gray's court, Alicia T. Cutshaw, Culver, w-as convicted of speeding, and paid a fine of $1'5.75: A like amount was paid by William O. Ebert, North Salem, for exceeding the truck speed limit. The arrests were made by Kewanna police and state police respectively. Mrs. Carolyn Sherwood, 26, Argos, was admitted to Parkview hospital, Plymouth, following a two-car accident a mile north of the Fulton-Marshall county line, at 10:45 a.m. Monday. Mrs. Sherwood suffered a broken left knee cap, a possible fractured right ankle and scalp lacerations. Billy Dean Sherwood, 29, .husband of Mrs. Sherwood, was driving the car, when Mrs. Idelle 0. Frankel, 41, Muncie, lost control of her car as she was passing the Sherwood auto, hitting the Sherwood auto, sending it off the east side of the highway, where it struck a tree about 15 feet 1'rom the road. The Frankel car, with Mr. Fateful Warning About Suez Given in Strange 1951 Prophecy dollars more than the 1957 budget. It included previously - revealed salary increases for Wedeking and secretary - treasurer Lawrence Crosbie. Wedeking's salary was raised from $25,000 to $30,000 a year, and Crosbie's from $16,000 to $20,000. 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