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November 28, 1958

The News-Herald from Franklin, Pennsylvania · Page 9

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Friday, November 28, 1958 THE NEVVS-IIERALD 9 1960 that the party would come Man, Wife Paint Church Mural Weiner Heads into control of the Senate. He told the group that the problem of unemployment, coupled with a tax DRAKE Showing Today & Sat. climate "better than our neigh Dent, of Jeannctte, Westmoreland County, who resigned when elected to Congress. Hays fills the post last held by the late Sen. Joseph J. Yosko (Northampton). In a brief speech. Lawrence reiterated there would be a place in his administration for Lt. Gov. Roy E. Furman, his opponent in the Democratic primaries - last May. Furman, who also attended the meeting, spoke briefly, ex FROM THE BOLD BLUSHING STAGE HIT OF SEX IN THE SUBURBS boring states" were two of the major questions which must be answered. Senate Dems Unanimous Vote Selects Attorney HARRISBURG (UPI) - State & A 8 vWr Shown At: l:40-3:4n-e;-,t5-7:35- Weiner's election to the minority leadership was a victory for Green. Although the vote was announced as unanimous, at least Sen. Charles R. Weiner, 36, a one senator was known to have Philadelphia attorney, will direct the strategy of the 22-member Democratic bloc in the state Sen been soliciting voles for Sen. William J. Lane (Washington) imme diately prior to the start of the ate in the 1959 General Assembly. Weiner and three other party pressing regret that he would "net be around" for the next session of the Legislature. As lieutenant governor, Furman was the presiding officer in the Senate in the last two sessions. But Lawrence said he hoped Furman would accept a post in his administration Experience Needed "I don't know the capacity in which you will serve," Lawrence leaders were named unanimously closed meeting. Weiner's election automatically will make him "a member of the General State Authority the state Hiehwav and said. "Opportunities will present Bridge Auworny ana me suae Public School Building Authority. He has served in the Senate since 1952. The Republicans will control the Senate in the session opening Jan. 6 with a 28-member bloc. at a meeting attended by Gov-elect David L. Lawrence, Rep. William J. Green, Philadelphia Democratic chairman, and other party officials. Named in addition to Weiner were Sen. Frank W. Ruth (Berks) retained as assistant floor leader or whip; Sen! Israel Stiefel (Philadelphia), reelected caucus chairman, and Sen. Jo Hays (Centre) caucus secretary. Weiner succeeds former Sen. John H. themselves. Your knowledge and experience will be needed." Lawrence also told the group that the Democrats should try to make the type of legislative rec ord which would help elect Only sage hens and rabbits are known to eat the leaves of the sage brush. enough Democratic senators in Mr. and Mrs. J. Alfred Fullerton put the finishing touches on a large scenic mural which they recently completed on the wall at the back of the sanctuary in Everybody's Mission, 1292 Franklin Avenue. The painting will be dedicated at special services Sunday at 2:30 p. rri. (News-Herald Photo) - ' . pital Wednesday morning, will be held in the Barron Chapel presents? for 1959 the Saturday at 2 p.m. 1 ::;, Rev. P. E. Mundy, pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, will officiate. Interment will be in the Franklin Cemetery. Friends may call at the Barron Chapel anytime. ' Dedication Of Painting Set For Sunday at Mission A large 14 by nine and one-half foot religious mural, painted by a husband and wife evangelistic team, will be dedicated during special services in Everybody's Mission Sunday afternoon. The mural, which covers the John 1:14 and the two hymns,! "Safe in the Arms of Jesus" and "Rock of Ages." He also read the poem, "There Is No Death." Interment was in the Clinton-ville Methodist Cemetery with the following pallbearers: Four nephews, Floyd Whitehouse, Del-bert, Wilbur and . Clifford Hoffman, and two grandsons, Kenneth Moore and Orsan Heslop Jr. A number of floral tributes were noted and a large number of persons called at the funeral home. Attending from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hovis, Mrs. Florence Whitehouse, Mr. tot' and Mrs. Earl Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hoffman and Clif ford Hoffman, all of Grove City; Elvis Presley Promoted; Sews on Proud Stripe GRAFENWOEHR, Germany (UPD Elvis Presley's Thanksgiving turkey had an extra trimming. The hip-swinging soldier-singer has been promoted to private first class. Elvis proudly sewed on his single stripe before enjoying his Thanksgiving dinner. "I'm proud to have a stripe," he told United Press International. The Army said "we hope nobody complains that Elvis was promoted before other soldiers in his unit, but he really tried hard to be a good soldier and he deserves it." It t speaker in HP Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Dobson, of Boyers; Mr. and Mrs. Francis Davis, Eau Claire; Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Morrison and Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGinnis, both of Emlenton, and many friends from the Harrisville area. IV adaptable for stereophonic sound Edward H. Brooks Services in memory cf Edward H. Brooks, 77, of 311 Erie Street, who ("lied in the Franklin Hos w all at the back of the sanctuary, is the work of J. Alfred Fuller-ton and his wife, Mrs. Lila Cline-felter Fullerton. The couple has painted many such religious works at churches throughout the United States. ' The Fullertons will be in charge of the presentation and tedication of the mural. The services are scheduled to start at 2:30 p.m. with special music, vocal and instrumental. The old Galillean mountains, hills- and the sea where Jesus walked during his years of active ministry are depicted in the mural. The public is invited by Rev. Harry Devault, pastor of Everybody's Mission, to attend the dedication and unveiling program. Mrs. Fullerton, in addition to being an artist, is an accomplished musician. The Fullertons also provide special vocal numbers , during their services. Special revival services will start at the mission at 7:30 p.m. Sunday and continue nightly at that hour, according to Rev. De-vault. The pastor will be assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Fullerton in conducting the revivals. Regular services at the mission will be conducted at 7:30 p.m. instead of 8 p.m. during the winter months. CONTRACT BRIDGE By B. Jay Becker (Tap Rcord-He!dtr in Matter' Individual Championship Flay) sun- trimmer than even. G-E DECORATOR SERIES Only the finest high-fid"eliy sound systems use a coaxial speaker . . . and now G-E brings it to television. 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It is true that West could save the situation, where the nine was used as a signal, by underleading his ace at trick two. But this would have been a dangerous play. East's diamond holding might have consisted of 9-5, in which case his nine play, the beginning of a high-low signal to show a doubleton, would have been correct, and an widerlead of the ace would then have turned out disastrously. The signal with the queen, how-ever, makes West's next play easy. The queen is conventionally not used as a signal in such circumstances unless it is backed up by the jack. Hence, West's underlead of the ace at trick two would become automatic, since he would know partner had the Jack. And the heart return for which the under-lead shrieks would become equally automatic. South dealer. North-South vulnerable. NORTH Q109 V 64 4632 KJ932 WEST EAST 474 4832 VAQ103 8752 AK107 4QJ95 865 471 SOUTH 4 AKJ85 KJ9 84 AQ10 The bidding: South West North East 1 4 Dble 2 Pass Opening' lead king- of diamonds. 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Obituary Mrs. Grace Yerg Gander Mrs. Grace Yerg Gander, 81, formerly of Stoneboro RD, died Tuesday at 9:30 a. m. at the home of her daughter. Miss Philomina Gander, Meadville RD 6. Born in Wurttenberg, Germany, on Jan. 24, 1877, she was the daughter of Ulrich and Caroline Yerg. She was a resident of the Stoneboro and Meadville areas most of her life. She was a member cf St. Col-umbkill Church, Stoneboro. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Walter (Agnes) Procner, Sandy Lake RD 3; Miss Philomina Gander and Mrs. Frank (Grace) Schreck, Meadville RD 6; two sons, Lew and Joe of Stoneboro RD and 15 grandchildren. Her husband, Aloysius Gander, died in a929. ' ' Funeral services were held this morning in Stoneboro. Glen M. Cummings Services in memory of Glen M. rimimings. 67, well-known resi PAY AS LITTLE 34 x ft rriia r A5 WEEKLY AFTER SMALL DOWN PAYMENT An Entirely New Concept in TV Design "'based on current financing plant O 1958. Kins Features Syndicate, Inf. 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