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50 TV. W, U4 TnW, WwJnJy, May 4, IH4 an 44er Genf MfiYP Th mm H'PnsTs LAGRANGE Will i .Sheriff Poll. 1,674 Vote to 636 for rr Benantt ? f Hbum' pj Wvtrt -' LAGRANGE - Sheriff Jack T. Bowen was the top vote getter h the primary election Tuesday TTf T A fFlai BfliA uumy as ne won theRepub- Bean nomina tion over Joseph CT Benan tt, Jr., a former deputy sheriff, 1674 . 638. B o w e n will face Donald R. Lehner in his btd for re-election in the fall. j.ctowe Lehn,,,. defeat- d Robert I Pyle for the democrat nomination for sheriff, 382 194. In other Republican contests, Henry E. Rehm won the nomination for ..North District commissioner with 911 votes. Runnersup were Hubert J. MiUer, 873; K Dale Antonides, 178; Charles F. Dimker, 204. founry Council Winners Nominated for the three coun ry coundlmen-at-large posts were Republicans Harry E. Folti Sr., 1287, J. Scott McKib-pen, 1341, and Paul L Wolfe, 1122. Runnersup were Orley F. 'Eshelman, 964, and Gene E. Mory Jr., 926. The Lagrange County results for the Joint representative with Elkhart and Noble Counties on the Republican ballot gave EU-iworth C. Peterson 1261; Rich ard E. Shank 1007: Kenneth A King, 886; John F. Coppes, 800; Frank A. Vite, 535 and Ben R Games, 517. "J. Byron Hayes led the La grange County voting in the Tour District congressional re-! jirer native race with 364 to 170 for Earl F. Hoff. -Three Unepooned " Unopposed for the joint state representative post with Elkhart and Noble counties were Democrats Gene Cogan and Everett M. Mishier, incumbents, and Wilmer L. McLaughlin. Incumbent Republican Con gressman E. Ross Adair, and Republican nominee '1tor prosecuting attorney Russell E. Schmidt were unopposed. " . Also unopposed were delegates the state convention, Jack. T. Bowen and William U, Harris. Republicans, and Jo Ann Cross, Tjemocrat ' School Beard Results , The result of school board voting In Lagrange County were as follows: : v Westview: Robert E. Lee Jr., m, over Sara Lee Spreuer, 185, for Van Buren Twp. Dweey Nel son, Newbury Twp., was unop posed. ., Lakeland: Ivan Burger, district 1, unopposed; BettyjTOyer, 1044. over Peter A. Figert, 553, Jn District 2; Carolyn Benedict, 873. over John W. Plpher, 464, ,and Josephine Schrork, 273, in District 4. Prairie Heights: Alger Penix, M. over James Butler, 66, hi Millgrove Twp., and Kenneth H Perkins, unopposed in Mllford Twp. !' ,. - ... LaPorte's Follow Form S heet ' Cwttwed fret page 33 William E. Douglas, 2,000 to 1, 643, for the Job. In a three-way scramble for the 3rd District board seat Kenneth W. Schorr came out the win- ' ner. He polled 1.651 votes while Robert R. Kegebein got 1,278 and Mrs. Hazel I. Sigel, 1,154. The district which Schoff will represent is composed of Pleas ant Washington and Union Twps. MraiiasU Trails The unofficial result, William Fuchbacher, incumbent Demo cratic 1st District commissioner, defeated Richard Mroeinski, 3, 79812.185. For the same office, Kenneth Hanke was forced to battle it out with Louis Woodruff, 2.783 to 2, 595, . for the GOP nomination Glenn Bridewell finished third, with 1,174. Joseph Colanese, Democratic county councilman from the 1st District, appeared to have lost his seat to Vernon Johnson, 805 to 558. another Democrat. On the Republican ballot, Vernon Clay ton won a plurality, 501, against Kenneth Freeland, 218, andLe-Roy Johnson, 311, seeking the GOP nomination. Hager Defeats Dewty For the council's 2nd District eat, William Hager defeated George Dowty, 822 to 526, for the , Democratic nomination,' On the GOP side, Philip Tanger won the v YOUTH KILLED IN CRASH Howard Sailor, It, of Rt. 5, Elkhart, was killed when this car he was driving went out of control, struck an utility pole and flipped end over end Indiana Service Notes WARSAW-Airman Eddie R. Rhoades, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Rhoades of Rt 4, War saw, has been selected for train ing as an aircraft maintenance specialist at Amarillo Air Force Base, Tex. Rhoades, a graduate of Pierceton High School, com pleted basic training at Lackland Air Force Base, Tex. B. K RHOADIS J. P. BERRY VALPARAISO Airman John F, Berry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin F. Berry, 211 Roose velt Rd., Valparaiso, has been selected for training as an Air Force equipment repairman at Chanute Ah Force Base, Ran-taut, HI. Berry, a 1965 gradu ate of Valparaiso High School, recently completed basic training at lackland Ah Force Base, Tex. , ARGOS - Pfc. David Harley of -Camp Carson,. Colorado Springs, Colo;ls spending a 15- day leave with his wife, Cheryl, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Harley, in Argos before flying to Camp Carson for fur ther assignment ARGOS - . Sgt Richard Storm, and his wife and family spent 15 days on leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Sny der, and her parents," Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Perry, all of Argos, before leaving for South Caro lina to report for duty. On May 7 he will fly to Pureto Rico where he with his family will be sta- tioned for three years. BOURBON Leslie L. Bailey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Bailey of Bourbon, who is as signed to the U.S.S. Springfield on duty in the Mediterranean Sea, has been advanced to 3rd class motor machinist's mate The ship is In port at Athens, Greece. .- t- ' ,.- Outcomes nomination, 1,096 to 875, to upset Gust Diesslin, incumbent Robert Llnenmeyer took an early lead to wrest the 3rd Dis trict Council GOP nomination from Albert Henry, 1,436 to 588. He will oppose Walter Liebig in the fall. In the 4th District Douglas Wakeman defeated Vernon Alt, 734 to 659. GOP lacimbeatts Wta Two GOP incumbents who served on the Council on an at-large basis won nomination. They were Sigurd Peterson, 4,-815, and Armandt Rosenbaum, 4.383. Also nominated on the Re publican ticket was V. E. Mc Donald, who picked up 4,049 votes. Leonard Dorsey, Republi can, was a loser in his bid for an at-Iarge seat, getting only 3,439 votes. On the Democratic ticket for at-large nominations, David No vak, Earl Reed and Calvin Thompson won. Unofficial re sults showed Novak with 4,217. Reed 3.115 and Thompson 2,799. Unable to pick up enough strength were Paul Byrd, 2,735, and Paul Godsey, 2,230. t . WATCH GIVEN IN MINE DOVER, England (UPI) - Steve West, a coal miner, retired Tuesday and received a watch In retirement ceremony held in a mine shaft a iiau-miit underground. -1 p - Landgrebe Surprise in Porter TIM Tiibum'i Spoclal Strvic VALPARAISO Porter Coun ty's primary election was full of surprises Tuesday as Earl F, Landgrebe, facing political obli vion unless he made good, drew enough votes at the last moment to win the Republican nomina- tlon for state senator. It was Landgrebe's most shining hour early today as he pulled what appeared to be defeat into victory. Trailing by seven votes with seven precincts yet to report, Landgrebe, one-time state sena-tor from Valparaiso, forged ahead by 400 votes, winning 4,617 to 4.232. With the victory, Landgrebe, who some pre-election analysts figured wouldn't win, faces Richard Percifield, unopposed Democratic candidate in the fall elections. Percifield polled 4,394 in winning the Democrat nomi nation Hart Scares Upset In another upset, Thomas E. (Gene) Hart, a Republican Centre Twp. trustee, unleashed a vote bombardment against Frank Ferguson, seeking his fourth term as Center District commissioner. With the mystic seven precincts to go, Hart pulled ahead to win 4,041 to 3,- 823. The victory was a stunning blow to old-timers in the Porter County Courthouse. Hart win face Wilbur Didkey the Demo cratic nominee, who attracted 4,-313 votes In his unopposed bid for the nomination. Democrats everywhere piled up more votes than they ever had before In the county but were still short of dominating Republican strength, Tabulations showed that about 40 per cent of the 33,198 regis tered voters turned out, which is roughly the same as In last year's primary. Leading the Republican parade was, of course, U.S. Rep. Charles Halleck, of Rensselaer, who has represented Indiana's 2nd District of which Porter County Is a part, since 1935. Hal' leek polled 8,125 votes In his un opposed bid for re-election. Minister Wins Nemiaitioa In Porter County voting, Rev, Ralph McFadden, a Lafayette minister, won the Democratic nomination to meet Halleck in the fall elections. He won 3,231 votes compared to 575 for Mrs. Elisabeth Savich of Rensselaer, 1,010 for William Jefferson of Rochester, 389 for Ivan Krounek of Chesterton, and 587 for John Curtis Wood of Valparaiso. While most of the early return attention was held by both the Democratic and Republican races for sheriff where 10 candi dates clogged the field, the ap parent winners quickly captured the show. Myrick Crampton, Chesterton, a 23-year veteran of the Indiana State Police, turned the GOP race Into a rout, blasting his nearest opponent by nearly 1,000 votes. - Falls to Held Advantage Unofficial tabulations showed Crampton with 3,487 votes com pared to 2,357 for Ewalt Jahnz of Kouts, who started well but could not hold an advantage as the night wore on. Out of the race early were John J. Schulti, Valparaiso police veteran, with 1,295; Earl Gresser of Portage, 488; Kenneth R. Cavinder of Val paraiso, 309; Atvin Charleson 331; and Carroll Church, 883. On the Democratic ticket. Sheriff William E. Seidel, seeking his second term, quickly ran away" from the field, burying two other candidates. Seidel polled 4,687 votes. Robert Krise of Valparaiso won 585, while Logan D Branham of Portage took 618. In another Democratic race, Arthur Olson, incumbent coron er, put down a bid by Robert Brady, of East Gary funeral home director, for the nomina tion, defeating him 3.875 to 1,979, The unopposed GOP candidate for the coroner's office is Leo- for 246 feet Tuesday night at the intersection of Elkhart county roads 4 and 13, northeast of Elkhart. A passerby, Michael Buckley of Elkhart, examines the demolished car. Phots by Tribune Stoff Photograph Stages m LANDGREBE r tmtm CRAMPTON V i r -jl: l p v r l SEIDEL A. OLSON nare Wetmore, who recorded a 7,164-vote drive. Olson, as coron er, and Seidel, as sheriff, are the only two Democrats holding office on a county level. Wins Clerk Nomination In spirited action, Bruce R. Cochran, captain on Setdel's Sheriffs Department won the Democratic nomination for clerk, defeating Mrs. Lila Hok- anson, Porter town clerk, 8,109 to 2,500. Cochran, as the winner, will be challenging John Ruge, who was the GOP's top vote-getter on a county level. He polled 7,304 votes. - A wide open race in both the Republican and Democratic ranks developed as Robert An derson quit his joint state re presentative post to lose in bis bid to wrest the Porter County representative GOP nomination away from Landgrebe. Under redlstrictaig, two joint seats were open for Porter, Jas per and Pumski Counties. Win ning the GOP nomination were King Telle, a Valparaiso city councilman and principal of Val paraiso High School, and Quen- tin Blachly, a prominent Valpa raiso attorney. Tell piled up 4,999 votes while. Blachly placed 5,075 in his win column. Loser in the GOP primary was David Wills of Por tage who could muster only 1,- 327. Domke, Aadersea Win On the Democratic side, Ed ward Domke and William Ander son Jr., teamed up to dump Toby Bocanegra, an area labor union leader. Domke polled 3,070 votes and Anderson 3,884. Bo canegra could draw only 1,547. In the Democratic vace for the assessor's nomination, Dr. Jo seph A. Kamlnski defeated Earl C. Will, 2,962 to 2,167. Kaminski will challenge Harvey Borg, Re publican mcumbent in the fall. In uncontested action, LeRoy Chumley, incumbent auditor, polled 7,169 votes compared to his Democratic rival, Tom Ste wart, 4,274. For recorder, Ver non Dinsey claimed 6,633 votes as the unopposed GOP candi date, compared to 4,134 for Clif ford Delmage, the Democratic candidate. William Conover, incumbent GOP prosecutor, also outdrew Richard L. Howard, a Democrat making a bid for the office, 6,909 to 4,607. As unopposed winners, they will fight it out in the fall. Russell Nixon, unopposed Democratic Judge, polled 6,631 votes. No Republican filed for the office in the primary. NOTE INCREASE IN PHYSICIANS CHICAGO Ift-The number of physicians In the nation has been increasing at ajaster rate than the population, says Dr. James Z. Appel, president of the Ameri can Medical Assn. He said the number of physi clans will increase to 300,000 in a few weeks. 0 1 AnRt UhflVld S I Z A B L E VOTE Machines Ring Up Victory for Wyland Ceatiaeed freat page 33 county recorder. Martin piled up an impressive 1,291 votes in de feating Jones, who won 157 votes. The Democrats picked Joseph J. Mareska as their banner carrier for the same office over Ar thur Yuiilas, 1,862. Yurgtfas currently is Washington Twp trustee. Mareska is a North Jud son businessman. Barker Whs Nenhwtiea E. Ray Barker, seeking his! second term as prosecutor, downed Daniel S. Tankersley's initial bid for political office by; defeating him, 1,458-771, for the Democratic nomination. Oscar B. Smith Jr., a Republican, picked up 1,798 votes in bis unop posed bid for the GOP nomina tion. While Brademas was the Dem ocrats pace setter, behind him by one vote, was John Milner, with 2,017. Milner wiH be opposed, by John Ziookowski, Re publican nominee, who cornered 1,390 votes Taking a lion's share of the votes cast were Don C. Fav inger, incumbent auditor seeking a term as assessor, 1,860, nd Tom Bell, seeking another term as 2nd District commissioner, 1, 978. Both were unopposed as Democrats. Unopposed Republicans were John P, Anderson, the only GOP candidate, in office, seeking another term as assessor, 1,687, and William F. Pulver, 2nd Dis trict commissioner, 1,533. Fucel Draws 421 Democrat Incumbent Robert R. Pucel drew 420 votes in his bid for re-election as 1st District county councilman. His vote tally compares to 456 for George Trapp, a Republican seeking the same office. For the 2nd District council seat, John J. Zechlel, a Democrat collected 457 votes com pared to 420 taken by John T. McSherry, his Republican coun terpart, For the 4th Council seat, John Konibik, a Democrat reaped S01 votes in his unopposed bid for the nomination. On the ether side, Earl Krausbeck, a Republi can, won 312 votes. KingTelle Wins State Post Bid Th Tribuna's SpocM Sorvlct . VALPARAISO King Telle, a Republican city councilman, and Quentin Blachly, a Valparaiso attorney, won GOP nominations for joint state representative of Porter, Jasper - and Pulaski Counties. On the Democratic slate, Ed ward Domke of Valparaiso, and KINO TKLLI I. DOMKS William Anderson Jr., gained nomination for the same offices. Defeated in the Republican primary was David Wills of Por tage, according to unofficial re turns. Dene Leses Bid The Democratic candidate Who lost in his bid for one of the two seats was Toby Bocanegra, a long-time labor leader. The county-by-county break downs showed the following re sults: Blachly, 571 In Pulaski, 5,075 in Porter, and 1,674 in Jasper for a total of 7,230; Telle, 684 in Pu lasld, 4,999 in Porter, and 2,022, in Jasper, for a total of 7,705; Willis, 652 in Pulaski, 3,327 in Porter and 1,959 in Jasper for a total of 5,938. Anderson, 772 in Pulaski, 3,884 in Porter and 969 in Jasper for a total of 5,625; Bocanegra, 359 in Pulaski, 1,547 in Porter, and 288 in Jasper, for a total of 2,194, and Domke, 426 in Pulaski, 3,070 UnPorter and 649 in Jasper, for a Oftotal of 4,145. MICHIGAN CITY PILOT INJURED EXCELSIOR SPRINGS, Mo. yr Oral Richard Evans of Michigan City, Ind., was injured slightly when his plane landed in a briar patch Tuesday. Evans, 43, told the Missouri Highway Patrol his single-en gine plane lost power. Uirr Uppo s es-Manoneyj As Sheriff Race Nominee Th Tribuno't portal Sonrico ROCHESTER More than 1,811 registered voters turned out to vote in Tuesday's primary election, giving it one of the highest percentages of voters fat the area. In the race for sheriff, where there was a contest on both the Republican and Democratic tick ets, Homer L.Carr,Rt. 2, Rochester, easily won the Republican nomination, while Lawrence R. Mahoney, Akron, a deputy sher iff, beat out two opponents for the Democratic nomination. Carr, a Republican precinct committeeman, polled 2,375 votes to only 341 for Guy P. Brbuyette, of Rochester. The re turns were certified by the coun ty board of canvassers. Defeats His Uncle Mahonev polled 743 votes in defeating Donald Whitcher, Rochester, who got 610, and Richard Geiger, Akron, who received 262. Geiger is an uncle of Mahoney. ------ Both parties also had contests for the post of 2nd District county commissioner and winning the Republican nomination was Ken neth LuckenbiU, Rt. 1, Akron, a former Henry Twp. trustee, who got 1,353 votes to 1,251 for Ver non Cumberland, Rt 2, Akron Winning the Democratic nomi nation was Frederick J. Brown, Rt. 4, Rochester, with 1,125 votes in another three-way race. Rob ert H. McCart, Rt 2, Rochester, polled 281 votes, and W. Burton Rossington, Rt 2, Rochester, 113. ... Both parties also had a contest for county recorder, and Doro thy L. Brown, Rt. 4, Rochester, took the Republican nomination with 1,617 votes to 1,007 for Dar win Lavengood, Rt. 4, Roches ter. Nominated as Recorder The - Democratic nomination for recorder went to Mrs. Lois Showley, Rt 1, Kewanna, 1,183 votes, to 379 votes for Mrs. Con nie Johnson, Rt 3, Rochester. The incumbent 1st District councilman, Charles Olmstead, Rt 6, Rochester, lost his bid for renomination on the Republican ticket to Leroy W. Rouch, Ful ton. Rouch received 275 votes and Olmstead only 129. In the Republican race for 2nd District . councilman,! Ralph Bit- teriing, Rt 1, Kewanna, with 293 votes, defeated Lester Beehler, Rt 8, Rochester, who only received 233. Four Republicans sought the three nominations for council- man-at-laree. winners were Harold Sommers, Grass Creek, 1,897 votes? George E. Maby, Rt, 1, Akron, 1,865: and Omer E. Reichard, Rt 4, Rochester, 1, 764. ' Both Maby and Reichard are Incumbents. ' Leses with 1,351 Votes Failing to get the councilman- at-large nomination was Alonzo W. Mclntyre, Kewanna, with 1,- 351 votes. Democrats unopposed in the primary, and their votes, were John J. Delworth Jr., Rochester, for Circuit Court judge, 1,367; William H. Deniston, Rochester, for prosecutor, 1,327; and Ralph E. Stayton, Letters Ford, for county clerk, 1,413. Republicans unopposed in the primary were Wendell C. Tom baugh, 1025 Jackson Blvd Rochester, for Circuit Court Judge. 2.343; James O. Wells Jr., Rt 4, Rochester, for prose cutor, 2,192; Clement L New man, Rochester, for county clerk, 2,260; and Oren B. Con rad, Rt 3, Rochester, for county assessor, 2 J55. l There was no Democratic can didate for assessor. Halleck Records 2,425 In the voting for 2nd District congressional seat, on the Re publican ticket, Charles A. Hal leck, Rensselaer, got 2,425 votes The results of Democratic voting for the congressional seat were William D. Jefferson, Roches ter, 703; Ralph G. McFadden Lafayette, 699; Ivan Korunek, Chesterton, -19; Elisabeth Sav ich. Rensselaer, 60; and John REGISTRATION OPENS FOR DRIVER SCHOO Registrations now are being accepted for the May class of the Driver Improvement School which begins Wednesday and meets each Wednesday for four weeks. ' The class is held In the City Hall council chambers from 7 to 9:30 p.m. The class is open to anyone ever the age of 15 and is free of charge. Instruction includes driving safety, state and local traffic laws, driver attitude and defen sive driving. Students also are tested on driver reaction time and vision on new equipment re ceotly purchased for the school Persons who complete the four-week course will receive Driver Improvement School cer tificates. 44 per cent of FuKot County's Curtis Wood, Rt 7, Valparaiso, 100. The Republican results in the voting for the three posts for joint state representative were Robert Bitner, Huntington, 643; Arthur Coblentx, Liberty Mills, 952; Ralph R. Heine, Rt. 2, Columbia City, 1,237; Donald B. Hogan, Warsaw, 898; Thames Mauzy, Warsaw, 832f Jesse Rob- bins, Huntington, 696; Robert M.I Schneider, Winona-Lake,896; and Jack C. Vanderford, Rt. 4 Syracuse, 673. Democrats had only two candi dates for the three nominations. They were Ira R. McClurg, Rt. 1, Lafontaine, 924 votes, and Frank N. Wilson, Rt 1, Lees- burg, 1,105. Leroy Miller Upsets Amos In Elkhart f eatiaHfrd from page 33 another former deputy, 1,161; and John L. Pletcher, 994. Bernard L, Buckley, present county clerk and former holder of the county treasurer and county sheriffs offi,-won the first step to a fourth office Tues day as he won the GOP nomina tion for county assessor, Buck ley polled 4,902 votes to 3,714 to Frederick S. Pletcher, a deputy under the present assessor Ni cholas J. Bowers. Finishing fourth was Ira W. Winegar with 362 votes. Charles L. Link, seeking bis third term as first district com missioner, had little trouble tak ing the GOP nomination as he beat James L Breniser 5,288 to 2,543. -Link will face Herman W, Mercer who defeated Floyd V, Shupert 1,906-1,971 in the Demo crat primary. Ummel Nembutal In runoffs for county council incumbent third district council man John Ummel won the TOP nomination over David H. Stall- nedrav l,155-960rand for county councflmen at large incumbents George Neff,. Keith J. Holmes and George A. White defeated Harry Pedter. Neff led the three GOP incumbents with 6,418 with Holmes drawing 6,271 and White! ,944 to Pedler's 4,418. . Unopposed In the' GOP pri mary were C. Whitney Sbbaugh, 7,3W votes tor prosecutor; Charles E. Hughes, 7,288 for su perior court judge; Dixie M. Haas, 7,109 for clerk;. Clare F Garber, 7,198 for auditor; James H. Berkey, 2225 for first district councilman; Weldon G. Eyer, 1 386 for second district council man; and Kenneth V.Krider.l, 205 for fourth district council man. Bowlby Named Russell L. Bowlby had little trouble in the Democrat primary talcing the nomination for county assessor as he defeated Mervin E. Truer, 2,420 to 959 to win the right to face Buckley in the fall. In the only other Democrat contest Ralph H. Struble was loser - among four candidates seeking the three nominations for councilman at large. Alfred J. Albrecht polled 2,017 votes Donald W. Kennedy, 2,667; Dan iel P. Larimer, 2,376; and Ralph H. Struble, 1,526. ; Unopposed in the Democratic primary were William J. Nye, 3, 056 Votes for prosecutor; Austin C. Gildea, 2,934 votes for super ior court judge; Woody L. Catort, 3,514 votes for county clerk Thurland W. Marshall, 2,719 votes for county auditor; Mrs. Marguerite JJiller, 2879 votes for county recorder;, incumbent First District Councilman Rus-sU E. Krelder, 1,108 votes; Le- land Stiver, 417 votes for Second! Distrjst councilman; Robert L, Price, 892 votes for Third Dis trict councilman; and Edgar F. Hunt 285 votes for Fourth Dis trict councilman. WRIST INJURED IN CAR CRASH Th Trtbunt'i SptcM iorvlco - PLYMOUTH-Charles W. Sa- lach, Rt. 2, Plymouth, suffered a sprained right wrist in a traffic accident at 7:25 p.m. Tuesday at Madison and Plum Sts. in Ply mouth. He was treated at Park view Hospital. Involved in the accident were cars driven by John W. Corn, Rt, 2, Plymouth, and Herman McKe- loy, 1230 W. Harrison St Corn was charged by police with disregarding a stop sign. WILLKIE LOSES RUSHVILLE, Ind. (UPI)-Former State Rep. Philip H. Willkie, son of 1940 Republican presidential nominee Wendell L. Willkie. failed in his bid to re turn to the Indiana Legislature. set InMarshall Centisoed front page 33 councilman, Paul T. Snyder, Ar gos, a former county commis sioner, 449-324. In the race for the Republican nomination for 3rd District councilman, now held by a Demo crat Toby Jaeobson, Rt 3, Ply mouth, a former Polk Tarn; trustee and a former member and chairman of the county tax ad justment board, beat Harold W. Hall, Rt. 2, Plymouth, 472-135. State Rep. Otis R. Bowen car ried Marshall County in the race - for the Republican nomination for joint state representative for Marshall and Starke Counties, beating Eugene Stanley, HI N. Michigan St., Plymouth, 2,141- 784 in Marshall County. j Bowen, the incumbent re presentative for Marshall' and Fulton Counties, carried al but one precinct in Marshall County, and lost that one by only one vote, 4445. Stanley Is a former re presentative and had run unsuccessfully against Bowen in tiie . last three primary elections. Joint State Senter Marshall County results in the race for the Republican nomina tion for joint state senator from Marshall and St Joseph counties were Clarence M. Hartley, Mish- awaka, 1,588; Ernest F. Greenwood, South Bend, 907; and William M. Duley, South Bend, 641. The Marshall County results for the Democratic nomination for the state senator post were Robert E. Mabowald, South Bend, 1,174; Howard William Snyder, South Bend, 941; John Gonas, South Bend, 715, and Ale: NiezgodskJ, South Bend, 88. The vote for Democrats unop posed in the primary were Rich ard F, Joyce, Plymouth, - for county prosecutor, 2,517; John Kizer. Rt. 1. Etna Green, for joint state representative, 2,619; Glendyn C. Albright, Rt. 2, Ar- for county clerk, 2.716: Clyde C. McCollough, LaPar, for county auditor, 2,684; Thomas V. Langdon, Rt 3, Plymouth, for county assessor, 2,680; Glenn E. Boeder, Bremen, for 1st District council, 130; Russell LMaxson, Kt , Bremen, for 3rd District council, 569; G. Edward Cook, Rt 2, Plymouth, for 4th District council, 851; and for eotmeflmen-. at-large, David R. Reese, Bt 3, Bremen, 2,349; James W. McAllister, Culver, 2,304; and John C. Hiss, Rt J, Wymouth, 2,274. e Democratic Candidate . Democrats had no candidate for 2nd District councilman., The, votes for Republicans unopposed in the primary were Konert A. Enters, South Bend, for 3rd District representative, 2,742; Clifford A. Goodrlc,.ply- moutn, for prosecutor, 2,883; Mrs. Joanne M, Price, Culver, for county clerk, 2,849; Donald E. MikeselL Culver, for county sheriff, 2,889; Roush, 2,18; and Fred W. Cramer, 300 E. LaPorte St., Plymouth, for 4th District council, 784 votes. Democrats had one township contest W. Wayne Kline, Rt. 1, Culver, won the nomination for Union Twp. trustee by beating Daniel W. Bieker, Culver, 317-68. rue vote for the three-member Union Twp. advisory board en the Democratic ticket was Pat rick B. McCarthy, Rt 1, Culver, 307; Martin Mahler, Rt 1, Culver, 304; andCharUeDarlVore- is,Rt 2, Culver, 301. 1966 CROP ounce d GOSHEN-Elkhart Count? CROP win have three farms this year, all planted in corn, accord ing to vernon U, Miller, friend- snip acre chairman. The Arthur Weldy farm hi Jef ferson Twp. (45 acres) will be managed by Miller, who lives on Rt 2, Goshen, and will be plant ed May 7. The Harold Myers farm m Union Twp. (30 acres) will be managed by Ernest Kulp, Rt. 1, New Paris. Planting is planned May 10. .,,V;-rv,, The Jesse. Mishier farm 131 acres) in Union Twp., will be managed by Irvin Martin and Don Flora of Rt 3. Nnmanee. Planting of this farm will be announced later. Seven acres of the Mishier Ifarm will be managed by the Future Farmers of America f Nappanee High School. A coal of 125 bushels per acre has Wn set-, .:, , Miller said that men wishing to assist or furnish equipment for any of these products should contact the manager of the farm they wish to help at Urban people wishing to neb are invited to send their gifts to toe CROP treasurer, Emerson Ropp, Salem Bank k Trust Co., Goshen. Fifty dollars will provide seed and fertilizer for approximately three acres of corn.

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