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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, May 14, 1957
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LOGANSPORT PUBLIC INDIANA: Showers and scattered thunderstorms ton i g h t. Wednesday partly cloudy and mild. Low tonight 58 to 64. High Wednesday 74 to 82. Temperature 22 noon 72 degrees. Sunset 7:51 p.m., sunrise Wednesday 5:32 a.m. ( -"'•"•• --•- '•• •- ••- •roaV "YOUR HOME TOWN ATE\VSP»A.P>ER NOW IN OUR 113th YEAR HOME EDITION Founded 1844— For All Departments Phone 4141 LOGANSPORT, INDIANA, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 14, 1957. Full-Leaned Unlteri Pre»m Wires Da? and Micht Price Per Copy, Seven Cents IKE BUDGET APPEAL Prominent Two-Month Illness Claims Ralph David President of Ralph David, Inc., Hardware and Appliance Company, Was one of Logansport's Leading Business and Civic Leaders. Ralph K. David. (i'J. ol IK25 Kast Local Merchant Dies Broadway, prominent local hard ware merchant, who had been in business here almost a third of a century, expired at 31:00 p. m. Monday at the St. Joseph hospital. He had been iil since March. A leader for many years in Lo- gansporl civic a.'fairs, he was past j president of the local Chamber of Commerce, past presiden' of the Kiwanis club, past president, of the : I.ogansport Country club, and past; president of the Indiana Retail j hardware Association. I He also was a member of Ihe' Broadway Methodist church. Tip-1 ton lodge No. .'i.'i. F. and A. M.,! and the KIks lodge. i Horn in Sullivan, III., on April- 2:1. 1HM, lo .Jainos Miiton and j Maude Light David, he first learned the hardware business by helping his father in Die hardware i'toro he operated in Sullivan. Hoosier Tax Withholding Starts July 1 ers to Deduct I'Voni Paychecks of Wane Karners INDIANAPOLIS (UI'l — The Indiana State Revenue Depart., menl told employers loday how to withhold Indiana gross income taxes beginning July I. The 1(157 Legislature enacted a law requiring all employers of four or more person* to withhold ]lhe lax. And il raised the gross 'income lax rale for wage earners e was traveling for a national fnirn , t(| ,,, p(;I . n , nl Wage earners still are entitled to /i $1,000 deduction. Tiie revenue duparlmenl said employers will return withheld (axes lo Ihe state every Uiree months. If a Hoosier makes JfiO a week- hardware firm when lie moved lo l.'iganspurl in I!i2l and continued in that occupation until 1U2.1 when he aad two oilier men, I'erry Moon and Charley Lowe, formed the JUoon, Lowe and David hardware business. I-'umrral Services Thursday The Jinn became known as Lowe find Davirl's in ['MO when Mr. David and Mr. Lowe bought out Ihe Moon interests. Thai firm was dissolved in I!H:" and since that li:ne the hardware business, expanded 10 include electrical supplies and appliances, has been known as lialph David, Inc., with Mr. David as president and treasurer. His business has expanded so thai lo- flay it includes riof. only the retail hardware store on Broadway, bill also electrical show rooms and v.'arohou'.e at 4HI High si reel and a branch office in Lalayetle. A former member of the executive hoard of Ihe Three Kivers council', ,l!oy Seoul. 1 ; of America, j Mr. David had quietly engaged in I philanthropic activities for lliu | lieiiefil of Logan:,port's young peo- I pie lor many years and had play-1 <-d a prominent role in civic al-| fairs. : Las-l rri'irilli tn.'irkod the fiftieth t nnniversary of his marria'te to Mabel Hoo/c in Sullivan, III., on April in. I!ID7. Surviving wi!h the wife are three rhildren, lluherl H. David. 2.W.5 Norlh street, cily; Mrs. Kamon IlicUyJ .Simpson, 1)7 Fourteen!!! Mrei-t, cily; and Mrs. Walter (.Jean) Gnl.vhall, lndiana|iolis; dev<-n ,'ji andohildron; and three M'sfers. .Vlr. Dan Storey, Wausau, Wi;;.: Mrs- Bert McCune, Sullivan 111., and Mrs. Hay Divers, Chester, III. A irolher, Lewis, preceded him In death. The body was removed lo Ihe Otase-Millcr chapel, where fu.'icral riles will be conducled al 2 p. m. Thursday, wilh the llcv. Raymond Hrhols, pa. i: .lor of the Broadway Methodist church, officiating. Burial v/iii be in Ml. Hope cemetery. Th-. 1 KIks lodge will conduct I'll- iKil/Mie scrvicf-.s' at Die chapel al 11 p. m, Wednesday. Friends may rail at the chapel alter 7 p. in, Tuesday. •Hi ceal.s will be deducted from his paycheck; $W) per week—Ul cents; $IOH-$I.21 $1M—$:.%. lloosiers mu.sl file their 1057 slate income l.ax returns by March I nexi year. Previously '.he deadline was .January .'/I. Tile relurn will include a payment for the first six months of this year figured at 1 per cent- plus withholding for the second six months. A payment must be made for taxes up until withholding goes into effect .luly 1. lioynfoa Moore, slate withholding director, said ^ic expects most of the variations helwcen the amount owed and amount withheld will be ironed out by infill. Moore said the sia.lo probably will not colled or return varia- lioris of a dollar or less. Catch Escapees From Westvillej State Hospital Four Youths Nabbed in Win- amnc Trying to Exchange Tools for Gas for Stolen Car WINAMAC, Ind. —.Four youths who ficd (he Norman Really I ins- pilal at We.slviJIe wore caught here c;ir!y Tuesday, less than six hours after they made. Ihcir escape. Sheriff Ralph Galbrealh and Night Marsha! Wade Barnes picked up the quartet in a car which tiioy said they had stolen near Lakcvi'.le, after they tried In exchange some tools for gasoline at a downtown service station. Galbreath said one of I he youths was W years old, two were 17 and the fourth was IS. The oldest was idenlificd as Albert Chelcoha and '.he 17-year-olds gave their names as Gene Lewis ar.d .lames Krugor. All lold Sheriff Gaibre.r.h they were from Lh(; northwestern part of Ilio .stale. The sheriff said l.lie youth.s slopped al the Sinclair slalion al Pearl and IVJnnlicello streets, on U. S. highway rifi, lo try In oulain gas in exchange for tools. , Arouse Suspicion Calhrealh rr.'porled Ihe allend- an' became suspicious and called Ihe night marshal, who notified him. The i.wo nfficer.s went to the service .slafion and queslioncd (Me youths, who would not admit their idenlily. Tlie slieriff look Ilia four lo Ihe Cass conuly jail al Lngansporl and MOURN LEADING CITIZEN Eleven Dead As Tornadoes, Floods Subside Death Toll At Lampusns Reaches Four; Rnins Drench Northern Two- Ihirds of U.S. A deadly flurry of floods mid tornadoes subsided today in Ihe South, but heavy rain storms continued '.o batter much of the northern two-thirds of the nation. At least II persons have been killed in storms during the past two days, six of them in flood- ravaged Texas. Pour persons drowned and an- oiher was missing in a flash flood Ilia', caused damages estimated al from $J ,ii(X),0(K) lo $2,. r >00,()00 al Lainpasas, Tex. A rancher was! drawn-up by Sharp alter Ihe Public Support Sought In Broadcast Tonight President Warns That National Security May Be Endangered If Congress Slashes Pending Appropriations for Missiles and Aircraft. it: HI—President Compromise On Teachers Pay Rejected School Board Turns Down Proposal Submitted Ky Superintendent Charles L. Sharp City .school board members rejected a compromiM 1 teacher salary increase plan presented in a special meeting Monday night by Supl. Charles ),. Sharp. The compromise proposal was thai, thye w< he. Ln;;ans;(orl aad state resumed the questioning, polie under Playwright Faces Trial WASHINGTON (tll'l — Pnlil/.er Pri'/.e winner Ari.hur Miller, playwright husband of actress Marilyn Monroe, went, on trial in district federal court loday for rnfu.sing to tell Congress names of authors at Communist meetings he attended in liwii. Marilyn's press agent said .she did not plan to alti'iid. Tin 1 curvaceous actress was not In Ibe courtroom March J when Miilcr pleaded innocent, to con- loinpt. of Congrc.-:,-, charges and was released on $l,i)ol> bail. If eoiividod, he faces a maximum penalty of two year.s in prison and B.OHO fine. The lanky jilaywriglil was cited for eonlempf lasl .luly ?,fi for refusing to tell the House Commll- loo On Un-American Activities Uie names of persons who attended meelmg.s of Communist writers. A federal grand jury indicted him wliidi Ihe youths broke down. They claimed, Gaibrealh said, lhal Ihey had escaped fnjm the hospital by jumping from a Ihird- sfory window about I!:.'i0 o'clock! la.sl evening and had cut across fields until they stale the Itl.'tl model oar in l.he Lakeville area. They had then come soulh, the shcrilf | c|tioled Ihein, slopping in Winamac! f for gas. Sheriff Galbroath said Ihe youlhs were questioned in connection with a break-in las', night in Starke county, but Ihey denied II, and Mil 1 fact thai Ihey had only five (•cats wilh them when {licked up appeared lo clear I hem. Galbrealh said he ronlaclcd Hcalty hospil.al aidliorllies, and reported lhal he would return the youths lo Ihe insl.imfion this afternoon. Cass County Schools Announce Several Coaching Changes Several athletic c o aching changes In Ca.is county schools were announced today. Jerry Miller announced his resignation a.s coach of the Young America Yanks in order lo accept a similar position a!. Ihe Twelve Mile schools. Miller who came In Young A- morica last year was a la.'ili graduate of Whoaton college. Dan Billiard will succeed Miller al. Young Amcirca. according to an announcement by Don Beck, Deer Creek township trustee, Mallard. wi-'il-knuwn ia (.'ass Rockets Investigators Locate Beck Witness One of Four Persons Sought in Probe of Team, sters'.Boss Found at Ellesburg, Wash. WASHINGTON SIGNALLY HONORED ate It a c k e I s (IT) Committee Sen- today for contempt. Feb. III. I months ago. STATE BEGINS REPAIR OF~LOCAL BRIDGES resignation at Fulton two KK1TII .SflOWALTI'JIC Lions Elect Showalfer As District Gov. Lo^misporl Seven in Man OIKS I n rl i a n a Achieve Honor At State Convention Keilli It. Showallcr, associated | wilh Lions club activities 17 years, l~i the new governor of Lions dis- Iricl. a. r >-C, succeeding F. F. liran- liain, of Crawlordsville. Sbowallcr was one. of seven men eleclod to posts as dislrlel governors of Indiana at Ihe ,'Kllli annual Lions slate convention at Kofi Wayne. • A member of Ihe Lngansporl high school faculty, Showallcr will preside over 'lit clubs in a lerril.ory extending Irom Lnganspurl slralgbl. wcsl lo the state lino, soulh lo Clinton, and easl lo Greer.caslhi and Lebanon. The now dislrict. governor will appoint lour deputies and eighl 'line chairmen throughout his area. Ills election was by a unanimous vole. A graduate of Chester Cenlc.r high school in Wells counly and Hull Stale Teachers college, he has laugh!, atid coached In Indiana public schools for 20 years.. Show- aller came to Logansporl in J1M1) from Auburn. A delegalion of II) members of Ihe local Lions club, headed by bagged one of four missing witnesses in its sensational Investigation of Teamster President Dave Beck. U.S. Marshal W. Rudd Parsons of Seattle. Wash., said a deputy ir.arsiial lias served n subpena on Norman Gesserl, a cousin of Heck's wife, ill. Kllc-n.sburg, Wash., Monday night. The committee has been searching for weeks for Gesserl and Ihe three other witnesses. AM were la.sl r( v !>orl.ed lo have slipped over the Canadian border lo Vancouver. The oilier three are Dave Beck Jr., Heck's son; Fred Versehoti- ren Sr., a Teamster auditor, aad Joseph IVJcKvoy. h u s b a n d of I Heck's niece. Couimillec Chairman ,)'<ihn L. McClelian has described Vcr- scvliouren as ;\ key figure in Heck's tangled finances. The other three have been described a s playing Important roles in several companies lhal: have had business deal- Ings with Ihe union. Lawyer Talics Witness Stand The break in the search for Ihe witnesses came amid these oilier developments: —Heck me! with a five-man com- •inlllei! from Ihe Teamslers execu-. live board to discuss the defense he will use al. a hearing next. Monday on whether he should be suspended as a member of the AFL- CIO I'lxeeulive Council. Tiie Team- sices hoard has charged that. Ihe AFL-CIO Council would be acling unconstitutionally if it o u s I. e d Heck. —The Sonnle Hackols Committee, continuing its Investigation of Beck and hi.s union, called a Wa.sh- i.'iglnn lawyer for (|iie.sli»nii:g on whether the Teamnlers eased up on truckers who lent money lo Heck. The lawyer—Alfons Lamia—was called lo shed more llghl on Heck's complex financial operations. Landn figured In Ihe committee's testimony Monday. The commillce also stmmiuned A. M. Burke, head of the mor'- gage 1 loan department for Occi- kiiled by lightning near Ilico in central Texas Monday. A car-bus collision Sunday nigh! on (be fog-shrouded Ohio Turnpike killed foi:r persons and a woman was killed in a wind storm lhal lashed Memphis, Tenn., Monday. No rain of consequence fell in Texas loday for Ihe first time since last week. Sulphur Creek in Lampasas was back in its banks and mopping up operations were underway. The floixl destroyed ,'tll homes in the community of 7.7lltl j n riiM , s r n| , population near Waco and i)."i per I ,| 1( , n i ' |. ; ., r i cent of the business section was 1 damaged or destroyed. About 25(1 persons were evacu- aled in Dallas, but authorities said the Trinity lliver was expected lo begin falling to end tile threat of further flooding in the cily. Tornadic winds hit. in Tennessee, Arkansas and Texas Monday, and another wind stlirm wil.li gusts up to 70 miles per hour ripped board indicated in an earlier me-et- nut accept a e.d.l. and by WASHINGTON Kisenhower lold Republican legislative leaders today he "would not want to assume resiwnsihility for the security of the country" :f Congress cute funds for missiles and aircraft. Tlu> president made this observation al his regular weekly White House meeting with GOP congressional leaders. House Republican Leader j"o- s«ph W. ,Marl:n Jr. (old newsmen after the im-minine meeting thai Uie President expressed alarm al re]Kirls '.hat a House Military Appropriations subcommittee has made cuts in the Defense Department's missiles ami aircraft program. Kiscnhower will Iry !n enlist public Mippurl (or his whole $71.- Wio.ootUWU budget in a n.-r.iunwide TV-Radio .spci'ch lonighl. Ji will bo carried live over four radio and one TV i\BC> network at K p.m. Sioux City and Council Bluffs /iiiva, during the night. Al Memphis, Tenn., Mrs. Marie Garney Benson, .'III, was killed when struck on Ihe head by a chunk of concrele lorn loose from a building by a storm. Al Conway, Ark., ;!! persons, Including nine pupils a( an elemen- li:ry school, were injured when a lornado raced through the community, tearing Into a school and several business buildings. Teachers al I lie grade school were credited wilh preventing possible, deaihs by calmly ordering students lo crawl hen'-alh their desks when the storm hit. Heavy downpours during the night and early loday ! ail inches of rain at. Neb.; |.J>.:i at Dayton, Ohio: .110 al flat seven per cent pay hike sug- gesled by the teacher se'ary committee. Sharp's compromise plan had been accepted by the teacher salary committee, bill was rejected by Ihe school board by a 3 to 2 vule. Newman Gee. who opposed the plan, called for an evaluation of teachers asserting lie would agree teachers who merit j Ollingw and Kd .la- sorka also vnted against the plan. Hoard president Don O'Neill and Wayne Scbaefer voted in favor. Sharp contended that he needed the proposed schedule in order to obtain the bosl teachers possible and lo compete with surrounding lowns, two of whicti have already lured away recommended instructors wilh higher wage's. lie pointed out that Ihe proposed raises would include S-IM a yoav lo Iwo leachers, $-1110 lo five others, $Iir>0 lo M, $1100 lo Ii7. and $i.i() lo -in. Adopt Salary ni'gujallons The board did, however five regulations governing mir.islration of Iho salary s TV networks film over two other (CBS and ABC) at salary for a years of training but who does mil have a bachelor's degree is SiiOHO ar.d for a teacher who ha.s five years of (raining bill who docs not have a innslor's degree if ffiWM). No more Mian eight years will be granted on Ibis salary ience in ntho: Mi- granted C.nclnaali; .711 al Louisville ronNtnictlon mi (he riilllng, sidewalks anil eorlilng on Ihe lirl<lg«H In l.«|(anH|i(irt wns started Tiieniliiy MnrnlnK li.v the xtatit highway dcpiirlim-ol. l''iiiir i'iH|il,)yei'N of tin- Indiana (Ininlte Co. of liiillaini|iulls are Miown nit th«y IIH<- air lininniorN to Usiir out lh« brnliKii ceinnnt. The oiiiplciyium sliown «r«, left to right, tlanfonl IlaHsler, Dill UljiNan, Itay Welln jmil Charlna Cruwe. (1'hiirun-Trlbiiiiii IMio al Howling Green, Foi'ecnslers said il and cold, 1 )' loday in .New Pennsylvania and New Knglai'.d and lair and warmer in (he south- ard I ho Texas Pan- 1 change is ex-peeled lumped tlitary experience will hi Burwcll. i:i addition In credil in other schools. (Sharp pointed oul here lhal. Ibe $5000 and $">!!IX) figures were for the eight-year and Ifi- year 'evols in tin 1 proposed salary schedule These ligures, lie said. Martin said I In- President expressed himself al today's meeting strongly against any r.ils in the missiles • aircraft pro-ram. Martin quoted him a.s saying lie "wuulrf i:»l vvaal lo ;i.s.iii.'in< responsibility for Ihe security of liie country" if such cuts arc made. Senal-c licpuhlu-aii Leader William F. Knowland said lie agreed completely wi:Ji Hie Presidrii 1 , on Ihi.s subject. Knowiand called the missiles and aircraft program "our greali'sl guarantee 'i! peace " lie said aggressors started World War II and the Korean conflict because "tiii'y 1,'mughl MV were (ml weak lo strike back." "As Ion; as the Communist.-! maintain thoir stroni; military position," Knowland said, "this is no| the lime for the failed Stales or tin 1 free world lo weaken its defenses." Knowland lold reporters HH> President discussed with HOP leaders Ihe "broad scope" o[ tonight's budge! talk. Hut Hi,. PIV.SI- denl devoted mo.sl of h:s time, Knowland said, to urging tin 1 GOP leaders to prevent ;,iiy severe culs in li'ic di-fciise budi'.ct Knowland and Martin als<> said the I're.sidc!',!. stressed the -.mpn!-- lani-c of an adcquale budccl for Ihe United Stales Inlm nialain AKCIICV ami the State hcpartmep! lo help runnier I'ommimisl moves i:i the cold war. White House Press Secretary James C. ni).:bl the llagerly said President ,s " Moiul.iy :oing lo ern Rockies handle. Lillli elsewhere. Extend Fire Protection to 5 Townships City Council and Trustees of Clay, Clinton. Wii.shinjrfon, Noble and l'',cl Townships Kcach Agreement Fire protection for live rural areas adjacent lo Lngansporl will will not necessarily be i figures which fall ai la year love] schedule wi 2, The board to cnnipcn.salo tile of pay) te; signed additional or .-.-pi matioa kicking around on tin 1 budget ;in<l mutual security." The speech will In 1 I'li.scnhowers first nationwide appeal tor support of one of liis b-.idgcts. Much ol bis own party already was against ban in Hie budget debate. Hul Sen. Clifford I'. Ca-e |R N .1.* was lining up admmi.stra- linii backers in Ihe Sonalc lo ,1.-.- srrl support for li'ie Pre.Mdenl to be indicated by Senate speeches Wednesday anil perhaps later tins in lie inenls: -••The delmle denial Insurance Co in Los An-i 111 ™' 1 uv " r '." geles, and George Newell -insur- 1 ° ' added lo Ihe ro ule. :i. All credil for training n'ld ex- pci-iencc musl be approved by the .Siipcrialc.'idcnl of Schools and on file in bis office. Credit for additional I raining taken during the summer months wilt be given, tiro- vided an official transcript of such I raining is filed in Ihe super- iiilendor.t's office prior to September 1 of Ihe ensuing year. , ,1. $511 extra will he given nny be supplied by the cily under teacher gelling Iwo semester hours' and returned to III! 1 ilousc. Inr ac- Icrins of a conlracl signed Mon-iof credit between Scplomrer I,! ccplance of a minor amendment day night by im-inbi'rs of Ihe cllyj m.w. and Angii.M .'il, HIM. in an' council and the Inwnship trustees.! extension class $11111 will lie given The relnrn Irom a iri-cenl. lax as-1 for Iwo semesler hours ol campus bcr Ibis year. The bill t-'ossmenl this year and n ll)-cenl.| ,.,-edit. This will be payable on' $:i.!ii;r 1 ,:'.'.il.olio for the TIT assossmen' next 1 year from Clay,| Seplember t, Hir.ll. if credits are Cllnlon, Washington, Noble and, filed by Augu.sl :>.2. IMIl. 'lei townships Is expected lo raisej rii T |,'j s S ,.|,,. ( |,,| P conlcmplales a n jtno.rxin and $:ia,0fi() lo bej fl ,]| ( |,, y '. H i v ,,,.|( )„ teaching m tin 1 dly. will purchase broker for tile W c s t e r n Conference of Teamslers, Heck DIM; LnltM* Beck himself will be recalled Wednesday or Thursday when Ihe committee holies to conclude the current series of hearings. Kennedy said. So far, Beck has pleaded Ihe Fifth Amendment ISO limes Lo avoid answering coinmlL- Tlie committee scheduled Lnnda as a witness al-ler Laking leslhno- ny Monday on n $aofl,(>()0 loan | other assigned duties. Teachers I may bo assigned extra-curricular Work and oilier responsibilities in 7ni)-gallon pumper truck designed for rural use. The local ilepnrl- arf ( '|iiidn"'l«i'"tiie 'reguiar"le'aehin' iiHMil will jilace two men on the truck and pledge additional equipment and help if necessary, sub- : President Kd Kimes, attended Ibe'made by trucking interests to convention candidacy. to support Showaller's The Logansporl high school Rube hand was senl to Fort Wayne by the Lions to participate In the all- state Lions purade. Heck. Trailer manufacturer Roy H. M. Seymour said they knew of no subs-cqiicnl deal which removed Teamster p i c It e I s from certain of Seymour's trucks and those of certain oilier truckers. ject to cily needs lit the time. Cost of the vehicle Is estimated al .flll,()(li). Ninety days or more will be renuired for delivery, so the city will send oilier equipment un rural calls in the meantime. 'Clio conlracl ends a year or more of negolialions between the trustees and city officials. All par- lies expressed snllsfactlon with thi! lerms. Signing for the townships were Herb Frushoiir, Clay; Charles Me- Nully, Washington; Nicholas, Eel; John Mrs. Port. Jean Clin and George ferguson. Noble. program. Maintain Old Schi-ihilr Sharp said Ihe old schedule will remain in effect until a new schedule i« adopted. The proposed i-.cs, he said, would cost $r>l,Mm more (linn (lie prescnl schedule, but Hint Ihe stale will provide $:(',!.• (Ml of. thai amount. He said a five-cent tax would cover the cost of the raise. The board also approved Ihe 11157-riS school calendar, granted a .special $l2. r >,OlX) appropriation for coiLslrucllon of Ihe new special education school and Hie replacement of hollers al Hiley, and heard a report from Krcd Kinder, (Continutid on 1'ago Fifteen) prepared lo begin nllenmon on its $;t,ii l .K > ..JU(;i,'/:»7 agricultural appro- prialioa bill, which emerged from committee $^7;i,f>. r >[l,Hi>n below tin 1 amount nviuosled by [lie admiu- istralion. II was doubled that any attempt would be made Ui era-,o Ibe coimnillee - approved reductions. In fact, .some Congressmen sought deeper ones. - The Senate Monday paslcd first of I. 1 ], 1 regular approprm- lion bill.s lo »o Ihi-ough that cliain- I .','isury ;,ud Post Ofliee Departments tor thc( fiscal year beginning July 1. Tins figure, exactly the same as Ibo proved, *vas .$;)o..'!ii).0!if) below what the adminiMra! asked. The cut was expected result in a reduction in pu.' n fiscal I (1KB. Baker Rites to Be Thursday Morning Funeral rites for Clarence L. Tinker, 111. president and lounder ol I hi 1 Maker Specially and Supply company, will be held al 10 a in. Thursday al Ihe Kroeger funeral home, wilh Ihe ill. Itcv. Msgr. John P. Scliall officiating. Interment will be in Ml. Hope como- lery. The body will arrive here Tuesday (•veiling from Tucson, Ai i/., Kriends may call al the funeral home aller noon Wednesday. Tin 1 KIks lodge will condia-l j'iliiali.-.lic services al Ihe funeral home al 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.

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