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Two Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Wednesday Evening, November 13, 19BT. Ask Koreans To Account For Missing 450 Americans Among MIAs In Korean War UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (W> —The United States called on Communist North Korea Tuesday to give a "satisfactory accounting" of 2,720 servicemen, including 450 Americans, missing in action in the Korean war. Rep. Walter H. Judd (R-Minn.) a member of the U.S. delegation, told the United Nations main political committee that "failure of the Communist side to account for the fate of these soldiers of the U.N •is just one more example of their performance." The 82-nation committee, open Ing its annual debate on the unifi cation.of Korea, defeated an Indian-Soviet move to bring Com munist North Korea into the ses «ion without a vote. Then it agreed at the behest 'of the United States to give such a seat to t heRepublii ,of (South) Korea. " Indian Ambassador Arthur S. Lall,' who introduced the resolution to invite North Korea into the debate, said the committee was not debating who committed aggression. Soviet Ambassador Arkady A. Sobolev, supporting Lall, said, "Korean troops are not to be found in U.S. territory, nor did they wage war on U.S. territory. But U.S. troops waged war on the Korean people on Korean terri- Flora Girl Ends Training as Woman Marine Recruiter . PARRIS ISLAND, S. C. (FHTN O—Graduated from the Woman Marine Recruit Training Battalion Oct. 26 at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris' Island, S. Vlr. Lehmann Dies At 70 William F. Lehmann, 70, of 517 WhealUand avenue, died at a ocal hospital at 6:25 p.m. Tuesday. He was a former engine house oreman for the Pennsylvania railroad. The deceased was born July 2B, 1887 in Logansport, the son of Yil- liam and Mary (Berndt) Lehmann. He leaves as survivors: his wife, Mary Helen 1 ; two sons, William J., route one, Lucerne; and John F., of Lansing, 111.; 5 daughters: Mrs. Mary Jane Hartley, Beach Grove, Mrsj Teresa Walters, and Mrs. Frances Rathz, both of Indianapolis; Mrs. Margaret Hayden, of Logansport; and Sister Verena OCF of Lafayette. Also surviving are two sisters: Mrs. Martha Strauch, of Logansport; and Mrs, Ainma Reichart, of Homestead Fla.; 13 grandchildren ami twoi nephews. • ' (Mr. Lehmann, was a member of St. Bridget's church and the Holy N F™nal S °rit e es' will be held at 9'c., was Woman Marine Pvt.Peg- a.m. Saturday at St. Bridget's!^; J. Jenkins daughter of Char- Francis Meehan officiating. Burial will be in Mount Calvary cemetery. . ' . tory." "Our forces," Judd reported, "along with those of 15 other countries, were in Korea at the request and invitation of the U.N. Itself. It is a matter of great regret to the people of the United States Allen Bowman Dies At Soldier's Home PERU, Ind.—Allen T. Bowman, 75, of 224H East .Market street, a retired teamster, died at 7:40 p.m.. Monday at the Soldier's Home in Lafayette. He was born Jan. 28, 1IS82, In Miami county, the son of George and Hattie(Erhart) Bowman. He married Bessie Rooks, who died in 19493. Survivors Include two daughters, Mrs. Marion McConnell, who lives in California;' Mrs. Robert Finger, Royal Center; a son; George Bowman, of Logansport; a. step- es E. Jenkins of 414 W. Capitol St., Flora, Ind. She will report to the Depot - of Pacific Naval Station. 'Treasure Island, for. transfer to Hawaii. Before entering the service in August, Jenkins graduated from Flora, Monroe Township School. .The eight weeks of training includes: military drill, Marine Corps administration and correspondence procedures, - interior guard, Marine- Corps history and first aid. Recruits participate in organized athletics, undergo a strict physical training program and receive swimming lessons, that the Soviet government did not daughter, Mrs. Edward Banaski, respond to that appeal and go to the assistance of the victims of aggression. Instead, according to their own statements in the General Assembly, they went to the assistance of the aggressors." Eleven members of the Afro- Asian group joined! Yugoslavia and the nine-member Soviet bloc In the vote for a seat for North Korea. The move was defeated, •6-20, with 20 abstentions. The committee then voted 45-15, •with 16 abstentions, to invite South Korea to assume a non-voting role in the debate. Syracuse, N.Y.; two brothers, LeRoy and Elize, and one grandchild. The body is at the Drake- Flowers funeral home. Finiil rites are pending. MOTHER, DAUGHTER KITES Final rites for Mrs. Marcella Schultz, and her premature baby daughter, of route 3, Winamac. will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at Peru Man Seriously Injured In Fall PERU, Ind.—Russell Reed, 59 of 398 West Twelfth street; suf- fered'serious injuries when he fel about twenty feet- from a roof al 552 West Third street Tuesday morning. He was treated at Dukes hospital. The victim suffered a fracturec pelxis, numerous rib fractures and chest injuries. He had not regained consciousness at nine o' clock Tuesday evening. He was treated by Dr Wildman of Peru who stated that his con Adlai To Serve As Advisor To Science Group Stevenson To Help Plan Program For NATO Next Month WASHINGTON ('UP)—Adlai E. Stevenson has agreed to serve-as a consultant to the Eisenhower administration' in >its drafting.' of a U.S. program for greater Allied scientific cooperation, the White House announced Tuesday. The White House first said that Stevenson, President Eisenhower's election opponent in 1952 and 1956, had turned -down an administration bid to help work otit the program which will be laid before the North Atlanti? Treaty Council meeting in Paris "next month. But in a later statement, presidential Press Secretary James C. iagerty said he had made a 'mistake" which arose from "a misunderstanding of my own." He :hen said Stevenson would serve n consultation with the adminis- ration as the ^program was de- 'eloped. ' In New York, Stevenson said he lad informed Secretary of State John Foster Dulles a week ago hat he' would participate, on, a imited basis in view of "the jravity of our situation in the world." Stevenson said he told Dulles 'orally and by letter, that while [ could not undertake to formulate the President's policies, I' would gladly review and. discuss our government's proposals before :hey were put into final shape." "Where we are in agreement," ae said, "I offered to do such missionary' work and provide for such support as I could-rprivately, publicly and politically, both in this country and ifl Europe among our Allies." Hagerty had said in his first statement that Stevenson had agreed only to give; his public the Fry-Lange funeral home chap- dition was rated as cr itical. el with the Rev, Bartin Fletcher officiating. Burial will be in Crown Hill cemetery. Read the Classified Ads Former Doctor At Monticello Expires At 97 MONTICELLG, Ind.—Dr. Hattie LOOKS GOOD—President Eisenhower is greeted by Maj. Gen. Leonard Heaton, commandant of Walter Reed hospital, Washington, as he arrives for a physical checkup. (International) commerit'after the program had been drafted. He said the administration planned'to avail itself o£ Stevenson's offer and that he thought the Democratic leader Carrier Joins Search For Missing Plane HONOLULU ('UP)—The aircraft carrier Philippine Sea, flanked by 15 other ships, swept down the flight path of the missing Pan American Stratocruiser in a "vacuum cleaner" search Tuesday in a desperate effort to find survivors of the 44 passengers and crewmen who vanished in the Pacific last Friday. The 16 surface vessels, stationed 15 miles apart in a 200-mile line, marched -slowly down the last known route of the -missing airliner as an umbrella of aircraft, including helicopters and jets, moved overhead to serve as the "eyes" of the search line. Hopes of finding any oC the missing 44 alive were fast fading and Cmdr. William E. Chapline, Coast Guard search chief, said Monday night's search operations again failed to produce "a single concrete clue." Meanwhile, Pan American World Airways launched an independent was "any element of a crime' 1 which may have caused the plane to go into the ocean without, as much as a distress call from the Four Drivers Fined After Weights Check Four truck drivers were fined in justice court Tuesday afternoon for overloaded trucks. Officers - Wa;;enknecht and Gaylor checked weights. Fir.ed were Charles H. Armer, Wilkerson, 97, who practicediEast St. Louis, 111., overloaded medicine in Monticello and Ida- ille for 37 years died Tuesday morning at Hie home of a daughter Crivitz, Wisconsin, where she lad been staying for 10 years. She lad been in ill health for several years. She was born Feb. 23, 1860, at 3urnettsvi!le. Both her father and icr husband were doctors. Surviving are her daughter, Mrs. W. B. Sanderson, of Crivitz, Wis., iix grandchildren, nine great- grandchildren, and towo great- great-grandchildren. The body will be taken to the Miller funeral home where friends may call and where services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday. The] 1350 pounds on the drive axle: $5 and costs plus a civil fine of S7; Lora A. Dollar, Marion, over- : loaded 1850- pounds on the trailer ' axle, $5'and $17 civil fine: Dean : Price, St. Johns, Mich., who had 2950 too .much on his trailer axle. • S5 and SUB civil fine; and Marvin Meyer, Monticello, overloaded 1100 • on his tandem trailer axle, $5 and $2 for civil fine. Expect Third Largest Corn Crop In State WASHINGTON (UP)—The Agriculture Department estimated Tuesday Indiana will produce 239,415,000 bushels of corn in 195". .„ November estimate was 3.000 bushels above the fore- Cass County Native, Orville Spencer, Dies A iormer Logansport resident Orville Spencer, 71, died .at .St Agnes in Fond du Lac, Wis., a.m. Tuesday. The retired plumber j once resided at 1516 High street' in Logansport. He was. born in Cass county in 1886, the son of William and Julia (Bennett) Spencer. His wife, Mary, died in 1955. The deceased is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Vivian Duncan, of Dallas, Texas, and Mrs. Ruth Radebaugh, of Milwaukee, Wis.; one brother, Charles Spencer, 321 Burlington avenue; two grandchildren 1 , one great-grandchild, and several nieces and nephws. He was a member of the Tipton Masonic Lodge Number Three. Services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Friday at the McCloskey- Hamilton funeral home chapel and burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. Friends may call, at the funeral home after noon Thursday Lie Detector Test Clears Lafayette Man LAFAYETTE (UP)—A lie detector test apparently has cleared Robert C. Martin, 21, Lafayette, :n the mysterious death of Mrs. Marilyn Haney, 26, Lafayette. Mrs. Haney's body was found in Martin's car Monday night by Sheriff Ivan Miller when Martin asked the law officer to help him push his stalled car. Martin told Miller he and M.rs, Haney had parked on the road after a movie. He said she fell asleep and he could not arouse her. Martin went to Indianapolis Tuesday, and submitted to the lie test Miller said the test substantiatec the story that Martin told earlier An autopsy will be performed to determine the cause of Mrs Haney's death. T , ,,.. ... r f • j rt 14,3;w,uuu uuaiicis awuv^ n.v, ,~.~ Rev.D. Lester N.les w.ll off.ciale • • h ious month But and burial will be m Riverview t was about £ 7M o,m bushels less cemetery. • han lhc , 956 cro ,,_ The figures were part of the department's second - from • last monthly forecasts on the nation's eading crops. On a national scale, he corn crop is expected to be ; 3.332,535,000, the third largest in lislory. POWERS BOOKED ' PERU, Ind.—Thomas Powers, , 27, of Peru, was booked on courts- of'driving while under the influence of intoxicants, public intoxication, reckless driving, and driving while .iis license was suspended in Peru city court. Attorney Jack T. Gunnell withdrew as legal counsel for Powers. The Irial has been set for Monday, . Nov. 18. MOTORIST FINED Donald Oswalt, Royal Center, was fined ?1 and costs in justice court Tuesday. 'He was arrested Nov. 11 for failure to yield the right of way. Read the Classified Ads 412 E. BROADWAY PHONE 4193 WARDS^ "TEST PROVED" Riverside ash' GIVES SUPERIOR SAFETY, MILEAGE, TRACTION! HOW NO- .TRADE I 6.70 25.45 .15 QUALITY CONSTRUCTION! Safer stronger nylon cord body resists bruises. Safti-siped cross cuts in the tread provide road gripping edges for extra stopping power and skid prevention! GUARANTEED UNTIL TREAD WEARS SMOOTH WITHOUT LIMIT OF MONTHS OR MILES. 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