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if CATHOLICS PLAN FOR NEVTYE AIl'S Special Services to Be" Held in Many ' Churches. '! Special services will be held In many ' of the city's Catholic - churches early New Year's eve. New Year's day will be observed as the feast of circumcision of the ChUd Jesus with masses in every church as oh Sunday with the exception of St. Patrick's and St Joseph's church. For late, sleepers there will be 12:10 p. m. masses in St. Patrick's and St- Joseph's. The next day will be Sunday and masses will be said as usuaL ;The outstanding: feature of New Year's eve services in the Catholic churches will be prayers at midnight in' St. Adalbert's church, where annually a holy hour ts held from 11:30 p. m. until 12:30 a. vcu, with prayers of thanksgiving. There is' no mass and the church is. not as cowded as the places of amusement on New Year's eve, but the priests of the parish are continuing the holy hour as a tradition. '- J St. Patrick's church, which will close the old year with a half hour of adoration with prayers of thanksgiving at .7:30 p m, Friday; will hold masses on a special schedule on New Year's day, at 8:30, 6, 6:30 7, 8, 9, 10 and 12:10 o'clock. . - , Churches which plan, special thanksgiving services- on New Year's eve are St Hedwige's, 7:30 p. m.: St. Stanislaus", holy hour from 7:15 to 8:15 p. m.; Our Lady of Hungary, 7:30 p. m.; Holy . Cross, .novena at 7:30 p. m.; St. 1 Joseph's, holy -hour .7 to 8 p. m.; St. Matthew's, thanksgiving devotions 7:30 to 8 p. m.: St. Casi-mir's. Our Lady of Sorrows no-vena 7rl5 p. m, and St. Stephen's, 7:30 p. m. - Sacred Heart church at Notre "Dame will depart from the normal Sunday . schedule on New Year's day. Masses In the basement chapel will be said at 5, 6 and 8 o'clock, the" last mass being the parish mass.' In the main church, masses will be offered at 8:15, 10:10 and 11:10 o'clock,; - ; GROUP REELECTS MEZYKOWSKl AS ITS PRESIDENT - The senior Holy Name society of St. Hedwige's Catholic, church retained Stanley J. Mezykowski as its president at an annual meeting in the school clubrooms Wednesday night. Joseph Wegner was named vice-president; Bernard Milewski, treasurer; Theodore E. Prekowttx, recording secretary; Raymond Zie-linski, financial secretary, and John Gundeck, sergeant-at-arms., - The junior group , elected John , ichorst president at an earlier meeting. George TJrbanskl was Chosen vice-president; David No-wacki. secretary, and Edward Siat-. fcowski, treasurer. : The officers of both groups will be Installed at a communion breakfast after the 7:30 o'clock mass Jan. 9. " ; The senior society will sponsor a New Year's eve dance Friday night in St. Hedwige's hall. Mr. Gundeck is chairman in charge. ? . cAge star wins GAME BUT LOSES UN LEGAL TILT Reece (Goose) Tatum, 1501 . M'est Orange street, scored 39 points without a personal foul aeainst him as his Harlem Globe Trotters basketball teammates defeated the Studebaker local No. 6 basketball club. 63 to 47, Wed . jiesday night, but he ran afoul of the law. . . v :i ; Tatum, the man credited with having the longest reach in or ganized sports this 84-inch reach is two inches longer mat- fnmo Camera's) could not escape the each of the law and spent the tiight in St. Joseph- county-Jail, booked for contempt of. court- "This man -did' not commit a ' felony. He. failed to, , pay a lawyer's fee as ordered, by a Cpurt,' Stanley Marchant, head jailer, explained. Tatum paid tne bin this morning and : was. re leased. - :" -". r Osceola The Tribune's Special Service. ? I OSCEOLA. Ind., Dec; 30. ;Four jew members were Included In ;the 22 present at Tuesday night's -meeting of the auxiliary of American legion post No. 308. In the drive begun Oct. 1, the auxiliary has more than doubled its mem-"bership, the present, . enrollment -being 74. Five needy families received Christmas gifts from the auxiliary. The auxiliary will be In charge in the kitchen New Year's eve when members of the post will give a party. Mrs. Russell Cowel suffered a paralytic stroke Tuesday and was taken to Elkhart, Ind, General hospital. . i i Clifton E. Cripe, who is in training at Great Lakes, EL, naval station, is spending a 12-day leave In the home of his mother, Mrs. Wayne Gindelberger. I The regular meeting of the town board will be held at 7:30 p. m. Monday, Jan. 8. A watch night program. Friday night at the Bethel 'Brethren church wf3 begin 'at 9 o'clock with a singspiration and special musical numbers. A sound film "City Streets'- at 9:30 will be followed at 10:30 by refreshments served by the Homebuilders class. At II o'clock Rev. E. O. Bresseau, of Detroit, Mich., win speak on "A Challenge. x 11:50 to 12, prayer and testimony meeting. Beginning Sunday night Rev. Mr. Bresseau win conduct a two-week series of evangelistic meetings - oa each night except Saturday. KELTNERS ENTERTAIN GUEST. MISS JOANN KELTNER j The Ralph J. Keltner family, 106 Wakewa avenue, typifies the spirit of holiday entertaining that is to be found in. many South Bend homes. fTheir daughter, Miss Joann Keltner,. who is at home from her studies at Indiana university, Bloomington, is shown with her; house guest, Miss Anne Boggs, of Muncie, Ind. The girls, who are sorority sisters in Alpha Omricon Pi, national social sorority, at the university are about to play recordings of some of the music popular at the Christmas dances. i .11 Disc Jockeys To Give 'Dime i - - - ! " ' .- march Show A "tournament of jockeys'1 will be presented at 8 p. m. Saturday, Jan. 15, in the John Adams audir torium in cooperation; with the an nual March of Dimes campaign. The drive opens Jan! 3.4 to raise funds for the National Founda tion for Infantile Paralysis. - The tournament does not con- cern the. races; it ;is for Jockeys" of South Bend's three ra dio stations. Taking; part wUl be Bruce. Saunders, of WSBT.I The South Bend Tribune's broadcasting station: Bob Bell, of WHOT; and Jerry Rowe, of WJVA. A stage set will be designed by fjames tiewis Casaday ' and the John Adams drama club, of which miss Gwen dolyn Kaczmarek is j sponsor. Larry Blad. polio victim! and honorary- chairman of the ' drive, will act as "engineer ' ana wm sing the "Turntable Song accompanied by the Adams bandi Each of the three jockeys will present fa 15 minute show featuring the nation's current top tunes. Other radio personalities wiU be invited to make personal appearance. Admission - wui d j.w cenn, j si much more as th patrons wish td ; contribute to the March or Dimes. 1 WARTIME ARMY COLONEL FACES SEDUCTION SUIT IWASHINGTON. Dec 30. i A wartime army colonel was sued todav for $323,000 by a 33-year- kld I Viennese, woman who claims he seduced her in 1946. The suit filed in federal court named the man as the father of the woman's two-yeatrbld daughter. - Miss Elfriede ! Haimscruager filed the action against Fernando T. Norcross, now president of As sociated Engineers,? Inc., Wash ineton. ' 1 . i She alleges Norcross seduced her in his Vienna f apartment in January, 1946, while he was chief of ' the internal affairs division, U. IS. forces in Austria. I The suit asks $175,000 for the alleged .seduction.! $50,000 on grounds, that Norcross failed to keep - a marriage f promise, and $100,000 damages for alleged violation bf a contract for the child's support. . . i I Immigration authorities said Miss Halmschlager, with her child, was admitted to this coun try as a visitor on; business. I Norcross, 57, is married. He de clined comment on the court action, saying he planned to see his attorney. ; . j P A UL HOFFMAN TELLS ECA NEED OF TECHNICIANS Tb Tribune' 8pelml Sarvica. ? CHICAGO. . DecJ SO. Paul C Hoffman, coordinator of the eco-, nomic cooperation ! administration, ' sent word yesterday to the Ameri can Political Science association that "a "scarcity, of trained technicians may be one of the principal bottlenecks of the recovery program." ,.- " ' j i . i - -; Hoffman's message to the association's - annual meeting in the Palmer House was' read by Donald C. Stone, ECA director of administration. ; ' : Under the European v recovery program, $6,000,000 is allocated for the Interchange between nations of technical experts in industry, labor, agriculture, and government. Arrangements have been! made to send a technical mission to supervise installation of air navigation and airport facilities In Greece. OHIO LAND PART OF CONNECTICUT By United COLUMBUS,1 0, Dec. 30. A "forgotten" foreign colony" of the state of Connecticut is surrounded by Ohio, it waa said today. Geography books to the contrary, an acre bf ; land in Jackson township' of Paulding county, Ohio, apparently (belongs to Connecticut. The Hartford. Conn., Times has claimed the land is a remnant of Connecticut's western reserve . PRODUCTION DROPS. By Associated Press. I WASHINGTON, Dec SO. In dustrial production dropped a notch in November after hitting 'a postwar high the month before. THE SOUTH BEND TRIBUNE. THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 30, 1943. AND MISS ANNE BOGGS. GOLDEN YEAR. MR. AND MRS. TULCHINSKY, An oten house will be held from 2 to 6 p. m. Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Peter Tulchinsky, 402 Hansy avenue, in commemora tion of their 50th wedding anni versary. Trey were married in Russia, Jan. 1,-1899. j . Photo by Tribun Staff Photographer. DUCHESS JAILED FOR A YEAR BY FRANCO SPAIN MADRID. Dec 30. A year in prison was decreed, today for Dona Louisa Maria Narvaez, the tem pestuous ' and beautiful Spanish duchess of, Valencia, for her per sistence in defying . Generalissimo Francisco Franco. ' Veteran of previous imprison ments and "house arrests," the duchess was convicted at a public trial of conspiracy to overthrow the Franco reeime. Jose Pardo j. Belmonte,' one of four Spanish ! youths originally accused along with the duchess of olottine for the restoration 01 Don Juan to the throne of Spain, was- sentenced to 10 months in jail.- CHINA AWAITS PARLEY RESULTS By Aa"cimUd Pres. f - NANKING, Dec. 30. AU Oiina today awaited a decision by Presi dent Chiang Kai-shek and his -top military commanders whether the New Year will be ushered in Dy continuing war or peace. - The decision, Nanking sources said, may be made at a conference of Chiang and his top military men here. The militarists gathered from all parts of China reportedly to decide whether to keep trying to stop victorious communists or bid for peace. ' ACTRESS HAS PLEURISY. By United Press. ! V ' ' LONDON, Dec. 30. Movie Actress Ann Sheridan is so seriously ill with pleurisy at hef Savoy hotel suite that she cannot be removed to a hospital it was . re ported today. - j. ; ! ' -M" . ' ' -f f. -n e .' -.1- v " " "T 7 WILL BE . (THURSDAY) f. EMI CLOSED EaVYEflffS EVE AT 0 LACK OF PERMIT BRINGS SIX FINES All Drivers Ex c e p t One Involved in . . Accidents, i Failure to have a driver's lic ense resulted in fines for six persons in city court - today. AH except one had been involved in recent accidents. ' Henry Jablonski. 36, of 1043 West Dunham i street; ; Pauune Tatay, 32, of 545 North Sunny-side avenue; Juan Vasquez Reyes, 39, Muskegon, Mich.; and William F. Sheehan, jr., 23. of 2225 Riverside drive were each fined $2 for the offense. A $15 fine on the same charge was suspended, in the case of Louis Meert, 49, rural route No. 2, South Bend. He now has a license. Sylvester Johnson, 17. of 203 South Kentucky street, . not involved in an accident but seen skidding in the downtown area, was fined $5. For disregarding a traffic light Mann Bess, 61, of 130 North Carlisle street, was fined $25. Speed ing brought a $20 fine to ara tua-ton.N35. of 913 West' Eighth street, Mishawaka, and & $15 fine to Loyal V. Reppert, 42, o&Z36Z North Myrtle road, suburban Ard-more. . - - J William L. Maple, 20, iof 1606 North O'Brien r street, was fined $15 for failure to yield the right of way. Everett Neeley, 131, rural route No. 3, South Bend was fined a similar amount for an improper turn. - , i ' GROUP ELECTS CULVER GROWER By Associated Press. LAFAYETTE. Ind., Dec. 30. Ralph Osborn, ef Culver, was elected president of the Indiana Corn Growers' association at the Purdue university agricultural con ference yesterday. Vomey carter, of Brownstown, was elected vice-president, and K. E. Bee son, of Purdue, was renamed secretary-treasurer. I " Leonard Fischer, of Shelbyville, won 'the junior corn championship and John Ford, of Hazelton, the junior reserve title. , ( Fischer was the open champion Lq the single eai of corn competition and Bob Bevington, of Cass county, was reserve winner, f Richard Colter, of Milroy, took the junior shelled seed corn title. M. O. Newhouse, of RushvUle, won reserve honors. . TOXIN BLAMED FOR JAP DEATHS By Associated Press. TOKYO. Dec. 30. The Japanese immunization program was halted today because cf the deaths of 64 persons and - the illness of 900 more. ... ,, .'- Brie. Gen. Crawford' F. Sams, of Tracy, Calif., Gen. MacArthur's health director, ordered the halt while vaccines were recalled and examined. Faulty diphtheria toxin was blamed for the deaths, most of which occurred in southern Honshu, Kyoto and Shlmane prefectures. I FORMER MAYOR IMPROVES. Former Mayor Jesse I. Pavey, who recently underwent a major operation in St. Joseph hospital. is recuperating ?n his home, 1320 East Woodside streeC where he has overcome the effects of pneu monia contracted following the operation. He said today he expects to be able to return to his office next weeK. 1 COURT FINES DRINKER S5. - Kneeling in a bag of dropped eggs when arrested Vern Taiiey, 60. of 127 South William street. was fined $5 in city court today for public intoxication. ' - BITTEN BY DOG. Seven-year-old Harlan Higgens, 610 Crescent drive, was bitten by a dog at 725 South Bend avenue shortly, before noon toaay, accoru-ing to a report to police. V Residents of a Welsh -vUlage say their town has the longest place name In the world Llanfairpwl- lgwyngyUgogerychwyrndro b w 11- Uantysillogogogocn. . n n s n n m 9i Announcement f is made of the ? e n g a gement of I Miss Norma Jean Myers, of, Alton, r UL, and - Harry f K. Herr. jr, son of Mrs. Harry K. i Herr - and the late Mr. Herr.'-by ' the mother of the bride-1 elect, : Mrs, Ber- ;-tha ' Myers, Jer-seyvflle, HL The couple plans to be married In the spring. Miss My- ' ers is a graduate of Lakeview col- ; lege," Alton, BL Mr, - Herr is : a " g r a. duate of Rit a y High : school,. and Pur- due. university. West . Lafayette, j-Ind., and. served u in the- army for L two and . a half years. , ;." J MISS MICHIGAN-TESTS ATOMICDEVICE Huge Synch ro t r o n Is Installed at .... j. Ann Arbor, By United Press. ANN ARBOR, Mich, Dec. 30. University of Michigan physicists climaxed two ' years of research and Building today with successful preliminary tests of a 300,000,- 000 electron-volt synchrotron. The sprawling apparatus with a 12-ton water-cooled magnet is designed to produce synthetic cosmic rays for research in nuclei of atoms. ! Profs. H. R. Crane and David M. Dennison, who designed and built the bynchrotron, said it differed from other similar devices because of its "race-track" shape. The oval magnet gives greater voltage at smaller, size than the normal circular type, they said. In the tests, electrons were shot down from a 15-foot tower and around the race track which is about 10 feet in diameter. The tests were designed to show that the magnetic fields were located properly to give the whirling electrons a speed of nearly 180,000 miles per second. The navy department, which is supervising the work, declined to estimate the cost of the project It serves as an unofficial pilot plant for a synchrotron planned at Brookhaven national labora tory, Long Island, N. Y., which is to have 10 times the voltage. Another race track synchrotron at the University of Calif ornia ! is to be 20 times as powerful as Michigan's. New Heavy WashQlI : Sensation -J h Surf gets j T yc? r ' . ? ... - . r rf D,ETy VsS? irb -A Licks Hard Water Scum! J 1 JS3 -. :. f t-i QCUM spots and stains white clothes dims pretty N CSvSSK, ' ' "v j.QO C colors makes washday slpw and tiring. Surf licks jl, v &fr-& It Q) - ' hard water scum. Suds come instantly and Surf l7 .. ,w - ; J l f fuQ(V' suds last and last. Nothing equal to Surf in hard water : 1 ' t VvHty.' - iV'O 'n.-jfj has ever been known before. That is why Surf is ther fj 1 Jy 0 O1 greatest heavy laundry aid fever offered to women' Sf ' 0 who live in hard water towns. Try' Surf next washday. ,4 1 NO MORE h NO MORE QUICK- 1 Q NO MORE GRAYING A NO MORE, SKIMPY SUDS i L DYINO SUDS j t u AND YELLOWING 4 DULL COLORS , Slirf GIVES YOU Slirf GIVES TOU . Sllrf GIVES -YOU A ' SUff GIVES YOU heaps of im lasting muter -: drigiiter SUDS! SUDS! WASH! COLORS! CUlf IS ANOTHEt FINE ,1 NORMA. JEAN MYERS. WILL MARK 60TH WEDDING YEAR The Tribune's Special Service-' ? ! " ROCHESTER, Ind., ' Dec 30. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison ! Crabill will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary Friday. The day will be spent quietly. They were mar ried in Whitley county, Indiana, Dec. 31. 1888 and moved to Fulton county in 19l6. For a number of years they operated a - general store at Lake Bruce, retiring five years ago at which time they moved to Rochester. They have five children, Judson Crabill, Ke- wanna, Ind.; Mrs. Harold Nutt, St. Louis, Mo.; Mrs. Ray Jones, Mrs. Frank Summers and Mrs, Bessie Sausaman. Rochester, There are 19 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren. ; MARRIED 50 YEARS. The Tribune's Special Service. J STURGIS Mich Dec. 30. When Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Odell, of west bf the city, celebrated their 50th Wedding anniversary by holding open house Dec. 26, 11 of their visitors had been guests at the wedding 60 years ago. They were Fred Eagly, Mrs. Ellen Ben der. Mrs. Carrie Shaffer, Mrs. Ar thur Driver, Mrs. Florence Bender, Mrs. Carrie Fisher, Elmer Yonker, Rolland Shaffer. Albert Sexauer, Ross Aeby and Mrs. Grace La- mont. , WILL LAY CORNERSTONE. The Tribune's Special Service. WARSAW, Ind., Dec. 30. The cornerstone for an addition to the i Evangelical United. Brethren church in Claypool, Ind., will be laid at a special service Sunday morning. Rev. B. F. Smith, . of Warsaw, superintendent of the St. Joseph conference of the church. will conduct the ritualistic serv ices. Charles Rickel, of Warsaw, is the contractor who is building the church addition. PRODUCT OF IEVII InNiles Area Axito Crashes The Tribune's Special Service. NILES. Mich, Dec. . 30. Three automobile accidents Wednesday afternoon in and near Niles resulted in the injury of six persons, all of whom were brought to Pa-wating hospital here. James Garner, 70, of 1629 Cedar street, Niles,, suffered head cuts and bruises and a possible chest injury at 3:35 p. m. in a three-car accident at llth street and Broadway. In an effort to avoid colliding with a car driven by -Tea stoops. 405 South Barrett street. Niles, the Garner automobile struck a narked car owned by Clarence Wellvard. Nues, then hit a tree. When he applied the brakes, Francis Robinson, 25, of 1009 Ken- yon street. South Bend, lost con trol "of his automobile. It ran off the road one anile south of Niles on U. S. highway No. 31 at 4:40 p. m. Mr. Robinson was released after treatment tor a cut aoove the left eye. Herman Carlisle, 34, Muskegon, Mich, his wife, June, 28, and their two-year-old daughter, Susan, were injured at 5:25 p. m.. four miles north of Ndes on U. S. high way No. 31 when the automobile driven by Mrs. Carlisle went out of control and collided with a car driven by Bert Daley, 56, of 231 Bond street. Niles. Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle suffered bruises and the daughter suffered a head cut. Mr. Daley suffered a chest injury. They were later re leased from Pawating hospital. ICY HIGHWAY CAUSES CRASH The Tribune's Special Service. 4 ELKHART. Ind., Dec. 30.-fAn Elkhart couple was injured when the! car in which they were riding collided head on with a semi trail er truck on ice-covered U. S. high way No. 20, near Pine Creek, east of here, at46:30 p. m. wecmesaay. Hurt were William Daniels, 22, of rural route No. 2, a Purdue university student home on Christmas vacation, who suffered the loss of a front tooth and bruises of the head, right knee and left ankle; and his wif e, , Phylis, 21, a severe cut on the forehead and left knee and ankle injuries. They were taken by a passing motorist to Elkhart General hospital. WARSAW' NAMES" CITY ATTORNEY The Tribune's Special Service. WARSAW, Dec. 30. Mayor Charles Rice announced Wednesday appointment of John Wida-man as Warsaw city attorney for the coming year. Mr. Widaman has acted as city judge the last year. Mayor Rice plans to assume the duties of city judge after Jan. 1. Mr. Widaman will succeed Gene Lee as city attorney. Lee was elected prosecuting attorney last fall and will assume his duties Jan. 1. FACE ELKHART THEFT COUNTS Mishawaka Police Arrest Larceny Suspects. . T The Tribune's Special Service. ELKHART. Ind- Dec 30. A 20-year-old ex-convict and his S3 custody he was paroled, are both in jail here today on larceny " chanres after being arrested y Mishawaka police Wednesday afternoon, i s The two. were identified by po lice as Hoover N. Grant, 20, -a parolee from the West Virginia state prison, and George A. Snyd er, 33, of 3216 Idlewild avenue. They admitted in statements; Mishawaka police said, that they took 13 cases of weldingrods ana two tires ! valued at about S150 from the j Elkhart Welding and Boiler works here Monday night. They had! been employed at tha place and they just drove a car in, loaded it up and drove off with the loot, police quoted them as saying. ! Mishawaka - police were called after the pair tried to sell some goods to the East End Welding shop in that city. - Their arrest in the immediate area followed. They were turned over to Elkhart authorities later in the day. CapL. Thomas Danforth, of the Elkhart police, said today that the pair is being held on grand larceny charges. ! He added that police here arej investigating to deter-mine ownership of the oar in which they were arrested. The pair told police here that the car belongs to Edward Runyon. 109 North Third street, who had left it with them to have some repair work done. The motor numbers had been filed off, police said. The plant here was informed of the theft by police and plant officials identified the loot as their property ' SINGER ON HONEYMOON. By Associated Press. LAS VEGAS, Nev., Dec. 30. t Singer Margaret Whiting' and j Hubbell Robinson, jr., Columbia j broadcasting system vice-presi- dent, are honeymooning today. Sell your uesd things through Tribune want ads. 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