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Sammons Obituaries Mrs. flora Saflifftetis, 72, of S21 W. 4tli St., Edwardsville, died at 3:15 p.ffl. Monday at the Yttgtr Nursing Home, wfieft she had b«fl ft patient for 11 months. She lived in EdwardsVffle lot 10 years, and previously resided in Alton, where she operated a grocery store OB college Avenue for seven years, She was bom Aug. 12,1898, in Jackson ounty, and married Lawrence Sammons, Sept. 17, 1918, to Cartervffle, HI. surviving ate her husband, the Rev. Lawrence Sammons; four daughters, Mrs, Margam Christie of Colorado Springs, Colo., Mrs, Evelyn Httyard of HfflSDoro, Mo., Mrs. Betta Schien of Rosewood Heights, and Mrs. Virginia Chamberlain of East Alton; a son, John of Edwardsville; and two sisters, Mrs! Edna Taylor of Safety Harbor, Fla., and Mrs. Lulu Davidson of Benton, m. One sister preceded her in death. Friends may call at the Smith Funeral Home in Alton after 5 p.m. today. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the funeral home with the Rev. M. H. Hounchell, officiating. Burial will be in the Rose Lawn Memory Gardens. Dietiker Mrs. Pauline Katherlne Dietiker, 77, of Wood River, died at 9:30 a.m. Monday, at the Staunton Nursing Home, where she had been a patient since Dec. 10. She was bora in Staunton, July 15, 1893, and married Henry A. Dietiker, Dec. 15, 1915, in Carlinville. They moved to Wood River in 1917 and after his retirement in 1946, they moved to Denver, Colo. In 1954" they returned to .Wood River. Her husband preceded her in death in 1955. Mrs. Dietiker resided with her daughter, Mrs. Judith Stahlhut at 644 Halloran Ave. In Wood River. In addition to her daughter, she leaves five grandchildren; one great-grandchild; and three sisters,-Mrs. Wilhelmina Hentz of Wood River, Mrs. Emma Brown of Springfield, and Mrs. Buezetta Meyer of Wood River. She was a member of the St. John's United Church of Christ in Wood River. The pastor Of the church, the Rev. Victor Frohne, will conduct funeral services at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Marks Mortuary in Wood River. Interment will be in the Valhalla Mausoleum in St. Louis. Visitation will begin after 6 p.m. today at the funeral borne. Rickey patents, , JR., we soft of OrviHe and Rnfh Etherton Richey of carfloitdaie. ifi addition to his he is survived b' Mrs. Cneryl A.' McLagen of Alton; two sons, Robert Charles and James Allen, both of Alton; and a aster, Mrs. Marion ft. Stoeckel of Carbondale. t He was a member of the upper Alton Baptist Church. Funeral services wffl be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Huffman Funeral Home in Carbondale and burial win be in the Murdale Garden of Memories near Carbondale. Thj Rev. Harold Dean Akin of Mufphysboro win officiate. , Friends may call at 'the funeral home after 4 p.m. Tuesday. United CfKtfcn Of Christ, Wffl Officiate. Burial wffl be to the sunset Hill Cemetery. Keller Friends p.m. Wed- Hudnut A former Altonian, William James Richey, 45, died Monday at his home at 614 Almond St., Carbondale, m. He served with the 3rd amphibian Marines in Guam during World War II, and contracted a tropical disease while in the South Pacific. His health has been failing since his discharge in 1945. On Jan. 25, 1925, he was Mrs. Lucflle H. Hudnut, 73, of 907 Rlxon, Alton, .died at 1:30 p.m. Monday at the Villa Terrace Nursing Home, where she had been for three years. She had lived in the Alton area for 25 years, and previously resided in West Alton-and Quincy. She was born in Old Monroe, Mo., Nov. 20, 1S97, and married Edgar C. Hudnut, July 22, 1914, in Canton, HI. in addition to her husband, she leaves two daughters, Mrs. Evelyn Lockhard of Hannibal, Mo., and Mrs. Jacob Spa of Alton; two sons, Edward of Quincy and Charles of Denver, Colo.; 13 grandchildren; and six great- grandchildren. Two brothers, a sister, two daughters, and a son preceded her in death. She was a member of the Friendship Baptist Church in East Alton. Friends may call after 7 p.m. today at the Smith Funeral Home hi Alton, where funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday. The Rev. Alfred Moginot will officiate. Burial will be in the Upper Alton-Cemetery. VanHooser EDWARDSVILLE Clifford W. VanHooser, 59, of 303 S. Buchanan St., died of an apparent heart' attack at 3 p.m. Monday at the Montclaire Bowling Lanes in Edwardsville. VanHooser, a former Livingston resident, had lived here for the past 28 years. He retired as a conductor for the Chicago and North Western Railroad five years ago. , He was born Nov. 10, 1911, in Olive Township, and married Margaret Hutchlns, Oct. 22,1932, in Hannibal, Mo. In addition to his widow, he leaves three brothers, Elvin of Edwardsville, John of Centralia, and Homer of Colorado Springs, Colo.; a stepmother, Mrs. Rhoda VanHooser of Staunton; and a stepbrother, Garnett Eardley of New Douglas, 111. He was a member of the Eden United Church^of Christ and the United Transportation Union Lodge 1527 of Edwardsville. Visitation will begin after 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Weber Funeral Home, where funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday. The Rev. Donald E. Crismon, pastor of the Eden CARROLLTON may call after 2 nesday at the Meiil Funeral Home hi Carrollton for Arthur Keller, 61, a life • long resident of Carrollton, who died at 5 p.m. Monday in his car of an apparent heart attack. He was an attendant at the Pruitt Motor Co. in Carroliton for 20 years. Mr. Keller served in World War II, and was a member of the American Legion Post 114 in Carrollton. He was born Jan. 2, 1909, in Carrollton, the son of Mrs. Daisy Keller of White Hall and the late Curtis Keller. In addition to his mother,he leaves three brothers, Frank and Fred, both of Carrollton, and Roy of Belton, Mo.; nieces, and nephews. One sister and a brother preceded him in death. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday at the Mehl Funeral Home and burial will be in' the Carrollton City Cemetery. The American Legion Post 114 will conduct graveside services. Stoek market forces advance., utilities up Alton Evening Telegraph Business briefs Graduates NEW YORk (AP) - Stock market prices' were higher today in moderate trading. At "noon the Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was Up 3.36 at 834.27. Advances outnumbered declines on the New York Stock Exchange by 4 to 1. At noon The Associated Press 60-stock average was Up 1.5 to 285.8. Airlines, oils, rails, chemicals, metals, utilities, aircrafts, motors, and steels were ujk Rubber issues were lower, while mail order-retail and electronics were mixed. ' Large Big Board blocks included 142,000 shares of RCA at 26^4, off %; 104,700 of Rohm & Haas at 78, off 1%; and 60,500 of United Utilities at 20%, Off %. Paul CARLINVILLE - Mrs. Helena B. Paul, 92, died at 5 p.m. Monday at the Litchfield Nursing Home, where she had been a patient for 10 days. She was born Nov. 12, 1898, in Chicago. After her marriage to Albert Paul on Oct. 10, 1900, in Chicago, they moved to Carlinville. Her husband died Jan. 20,1926, She was a member of the St. Mary's Catholic Church in Carlinville and the Altar Society of the church. Surviving are three sons, .Albert H. of Carlinville, Edwin A. of Raymond, 111., and William F. of Springfield; a daughter, Miss Ella Paul, at home; six grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; -and a sister, -Miss Marie Link of Chicago. One daughter preceded her in death. A funeral mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Thursday at the St. Clary's Catholic Church. Msgr. Casimir Toliusis, pastor of the church, will be celebrant of the mass. Burial will be in the New Calvary Cemetery. Visitation will begin after 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Heinz Funeral Home in Carlinville, where the rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Wednesday. painting PARIS (AP) - Pablo Picasso's lawyer says the . artist wants his famous, painting "Gliernica" to go eventually to the.government of his native Spain—when "public liberties" have been restored there. The painting commemorated the bombing of the Basque town of Guernica, in 1937 by Nkzi German fliers fighting on the side of Gen. Francisco Franco against the Spanish loyalists whom Picasso supported. Roland Dumas, the artist's lawyer, said an agreement for return of the painting recently was reached by Picasso and the Museum of Modern Art in New York, where "Guernica" was placed for" safekeeping in 1939. Dumas said Picasso would decide wheh conditions in Spain met hiS requirements. PALMYRA - Russell 0. Stingley, 94, of Palmyra and formerly of Fosterburg, died at 7 p.m. Monday at the North Hospital in Jacksonville. His only Survivor is a son, Dale B. of L^Belle, Fla. Funeral Cervices will held at 2 p.m. Thursday the Stults Funeral Home Palmyra and burial will in the Oak Hill Cemetery. Visitation will begin after be at in be p.m. Wednesday funeral home. 'at the Services 11 am Wednesday, Gent Chapel Rev. Prince E. Claybrook officiating Burial Valhalla Memorial Park tate at the chapel after 7 pm Tuesday Wardein-Lauschke, Realtors 307 Henry Street—Room 105, Alton DIAL 465-2966 ., .o/to Itoir experience In Appraising, Buying and Selling... Residential, Commercial and Industrial Properties we SAY IT LOUD & CLEAR HAWY NW YIAR ,., for a more enjoyable year ahead, use all the services of your CREDIT UNION ALTON FLORA SAMMONS Visitation 5 pm today Servipes 11 am Wednesday at the funeral home. • i LUCILLE H. HUDNUT Visitation 7 pm today Services 2:30 pm Wednesday at the funeral home. BETHALTO » ERMA L, NEESE . Visitation after £ p.m. Tuesday Service J. p.m. Wednesday at!First Baptist Church, Bethalto Other Big Board prices in- 25%; Teledyne, up % to 23%; Dart Industries, up 1% to 35%; Benguetj up % to 6%; and United Aircraft, up % to 83%. Corn, oats futures settling CHICAGO (AP) - Wheat and soybeans futures advanced 1 cent a bushel on the Chicago Board of Trade, but corn and oats futures were mostly lower today. Trade was fairly active on the opening as usual, then the pace slowed down. The buying of soybeans and wheat futures was generally influenced by improved exports, as reported by the government last week. Soybeans also attracted some buyer interest on stronger prices for soybean oil at. the cash level as well as for competing oils. The buying of wheat was also influenced by a report that Yugoslavia had committed herself to the purchase of some 100 million bushels of wheat early in 197i. Corn futures showed some strength only briefly after the opening, then some commercial selling set hi and prices eased. Oats futures also were under selling pressure from commercial interest with the nearby March option falling 2% cents a bushel at one time. After about an hour, wheat was % to % cent a, bushel higher, March 1.69%; corn was % lower to % higher, March 1.55%; oats were % to 2% cents lower, March 77 cents and soybeans were % to % cents higher, January 2.95%. 12 selected stocks Following are today's noon quotations of New York Stock Exchange issues research has indicated are widely held in the Alton area as supplied to the Alton Telegraph by Newhard Cook & Co., from its Alton branch office. The New York Exchange closes daily at 2:3 p.m. (Alton Tune), so these are not the closing quotations: AT &f .;.......... 50% Clark Oil 20 General Motors Granite City Steel .... Mobil Oil 55% Olin Corp 17% Owens-Illinois 56% Sears 74% Shell Oil Co 48% Squibb Beechnut 71% Standard Oil (Ind.) .... 52% Standard Oil (N.J.) .... 72% U.S. Steel 32% Livestock prices at St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (AP) — Estimates for Wednesday: Hogs 6,500; cattle 1,000; calves 50; sheep 200. Hogs 8,000; barrows and gilts fully a quarter lower; 1-2 200-225 Ibs 16.50, 225 head 16.75; 1-3 200-230 Ibs 16.0016.50, 230-250 Ibs 15.50-16.25; 2-4 230-260 Ibs 15.00-15.50; sows steady to 50 higher; 1-3 300-400 Ibs 11.50-12.25; 2-3 400600 Ibs 11.00-11.25; boars 9.0010.00. Cattle 1,500; calves 50; steers and heifers steady; steers high choice and prime 1,200 Ibs 28.25; choice 1,1001,300 Ibs 27.00-28.00, 950-1,100 Ibs 26.75-27.50; heifers high choice and prime 900-1,000 Ibs 26.25, choice 800-950 Ibs 25.5026.00; cows utility 18.00-21.50; 24.00-25.00; choice vealers 34.00-37.00. Sheep 350; lambs high choice and prime 100 Ibs shorn with No. 1 pelts 24.50, choice wool lambs 80-105 Ibs 23.00-24.00; ewes 3.00-5.00. Eggs & poultry at East St, Louis ST. LOUIS (AP) - Eggs, consumer grades: A large 3843, A medium 33<40, A small 17-27, B large 34-39; wholesale grades: standard 27-29, medium 28-25, unclassified 1719. Hens: heavy W4i; light over 5% Ibs 7; under 5% 3. Ready to cook broilers and fryers 26.25-27.00 for this week's delivery. Ray Lewis, 100 terrace Drive, Bethalto, has recently graduated from the Ries Auction College, Mason City, Iowa. Lewis wffl operate his own auctioning service in Madison Co.- His training at Reis included every phase of auc- tioneering including stock liquidations, bankruptcies, antiques, livestock and others. Lewis also said his training included instruction hi assessing the true value of the items he would auction. Promoted Richard L. Doetsch has been promoted to the position of national accounts regional sales manager of Alton Box Board Co. Doetsch, formerly national accounts representative, has been associated with Alton Box Board Co. for seven years. He wffl join the New York office. Supply Co., secretary, and William Green of Chemical Sales Co., treasurer. Elected directors- were: Raymond Balek of Chaney Pool Supply Co., Mark Beldner of Marvel Pool Service, John DeWald of Jacuzzi Bros., Steve Carew of Godfrey, were cited for performance at the firm's annual dinner. Don Serge, Rosemary Miller, and Heidi Stauder were recognized with a sales award with an three being only $46 apart to total sales. Tuesday, Dec. 29, 1970 B-5 Young's letters had bite King-Krate Corp., and E. B. * * Miltenberger, Brich Equip- Mortgage mentCd ' ILL., — Commerce authorized Three real of the Don estate salesmen Bryant Agency, Picket charged after incident at Box Robert Downer of Olin Corp. has been installed as president of Greater St. Louis Swimming Pool Association. Other officers are Leo Dugger of Dugger Pools, Bethalto, vice president; Jack McCormick of Baker Pool and Joseph W. Her, 401 Nicolet, Godfrey, was charged with treaspassing and disorderly conduct after he threatened an Alton Box Board Co. Security photographer while walking, picket duty at the Alton plant, according to police. Sgt. Roger Gibson, a Box Board security agent, told police that Her climbed the fence and shouted threats at Kevin Keller, a St. Ann., Mo., photographer. Keller who was working for* the security force was taking pictures of the strikers from inside the fence. SPRINGFIELD, The Illinois Commission has Union Electric Co. to issue $50,000,000 of first mortgage bonds. Proceeds of the sale will go into Union Electric Co's treasury as reimbursement for money spent to improve or expand its facilities. Interrupts duck hunt SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Retired Chief Justice Earl Warren interrupted his annual duck hunting trip to perform a rare official duty in the city where he served nearly 11 years as governor. "This is a nostalgic experience for me," Warren said Monday as he administered the oath of office to William M. Bennett, as a member of the state Board of Equalization. In and out of area hospitals St. Joseph's ADMISSIONS Florence Allred, 1013 E. 5th St. Cheri L. Barnes, East Alton Mrs. Jane Bush, Jerseyvflle Mrs. Rogena Craig, 1206 State St. Kelly Depper, Roxana Norma Dick, Cottage Hills Mrs. Bonnie Gerl, East Alton Mrs. Delia Gibson, Wood River Lannes Gurley, East Alton Michael Heflin, Moro Elizabeth Hilgendorf, Bethalto Mrs. Mary Jackson, 216 West 7th St. Mrs. Alma Jones, Brighton Ervin Kasting, Hartford Edward Lubrant Jr., Wood River Mrs. .Melodye ,0'Neil, South Roxana Mrs. Beatrice Rigney, Bethalto Nancy Reynolds, East Alton Thomas Roth, Godfrey Juanita Smith, 73 Sullivan Clyde Staats, Jerseyville Christopher Taul, 727 Linden Michael Winslaw, Bethalto Mrs. Sharon Woodring, Jerseyville Mrs. Ola Wooff, 3229 Edgewood Donald Treise, 3414 Robin DISMISSALS Mrs; Alberta Braden, East Alton Mrs. Jane Borman, 419 Brentwood Blvd. . Mrs. Pauline Boswell, 2414 Seminary Christopher Fischer, 1221 Hazel Drive Thomas Huggins, 420 Mather St. • . Mrs. Sherry Level, 4328 Thadway Pearl Riley, 1319 Garden St. Alton Memorial ADMISSIONS Mrs. Owen Bell, Bethalto Mrs. Fay Wooley, East Alton Mrs. Lucy Kerr, Salina, Kansas John Coatney, 908 Tonsor Mrs. Alice Rodenbusch, 2931 Watalee Pamela Krankel, Cottage Hills Linda Tucker, Bunker Hill Richard Taviner, Jr. 234 Maurice Jefferson Bricker, 2829 Viewland Karen Halleman, 2829 Viewland Raymond River Mrs. Virgina Brown, Godfrey Sandra Roberts, Brighton Larry Kershner, Cottage Hills Mrs. Edna Flowers, East Alton Kent Auten, Godfrey Timothy Moore, 3405 Agnes Thomas Moore, 3406 Agnes Richard Zumwalt, Bethalto Robert Zumwalt, Bethalto Karen White, Wood River Donna Evancho, Jerseyville Nancy Jackson, 2009 Seminary Russell Farmer, Jerseyville Sheri Moehle, Worden Mrs, Jesse McClain, 2224 State St. Mrs. Elpha Williams, 1723 Feldwisch Sherry Dodson, Edwardsville Mrs. Nancy Hamel, 2914 Edgewood William Palmer, Wood River Fred Wiegand, 3239 Theresa Mrs. Dorothy Worthen, Wood River Robert Legate, Godfrey Walter Conrad, East Alton Sullivan, Wood Walter Egelhoff, Piasa Mrs. Virginia Davis, East Alton Clifford Davis, 1305 East 4th Wallace Ott, Wood River Marcus Ryan, Jerseyville Mrs. Mary Ellen Warner, Toledo, Ohio DISMISSALS Mrs. Sharon Rhodes, East Alton Mrs. Rita Zeisset, Brighton Addie Taylor, 3140 Lawn J e a n i n e Gusewelle, Edwardsville Thomas Ohley, 904 College Glenda Roderfeld, Brighton R e u 1 a h Wingerter, 3529 Omega Mrs. Arlena Holder, East Alton Caroline Kirchner, Wood River Juanita Metz, Brighton Andrea Hogue, Godfrey""" ••" Jason Taylor, 2301 Tibbitt St. Anthony's ADMISSIONS Charles Britts, 1120 Harrison Mrs. Leda Lorch, 233 Holly Hill Mrs., Lucille Cole, 539 Highland Donald Poag, East Alton Mrs. Lena Poag, East Alton Mrs. Nancy Metz, Brighton Byron Sutton, 3408 Lincoln Mrs. Joyce Wozniak, Godfrey Lois Glass, 2306 Clark Mrs. Jean Russell, 2622 Brown Janice Forehand, Bethalto Joseph Bean, Roxana M e r 1 y n Schreiber, 1604 Langdon Linda Morgan, Roxana Wendy Adams, 2351 Lincoln Walter Ottwell, South Roxana Timothy Edwards, 905 Market Edward Hawkins, Cottage Hills DISMISSALS Mrs. Doris Pease, Wood River Mrs. Lillian Jones, East Alton Mrs. Kaye McLean, Wopd River Wood River Township ADMISSIONS Everett Smith, Grafton John Finazzo, Alton James Freeman, East Alton Mrs. LaVelle Hair, Cottage Hills Mrs. Mildred Dodd, Granite City Donald Austin, Alton Billy Ward Jr., Edwardsville Frankie Steele, Alton Mrs. Mary Brewster, Cottage Hills Clarence Shirley, Hartford DISMISSALS William Bryant, Cottage Hills Daniel Lewis, East Alton Adrian Jones, East Alton Jeffrey Johnson, Hartford Mark Hawkins, South Roxana Leon Anslyn, Manchester Jersey Community ADMISSIONS Rosemary Sagez, Hardin Howard, Marshall, Grafton Herman Kronable, Hardin Martha Peters, Batchtown Deborah Eschbach, Golden Eagle Robert Gulledge, Jerseyville Jeanette Lane, Jerseyville William Davis, Jerseyville Sandra Nash, Jerseyville Clyde Yocum, Jerseyville Wanda Gundlach, Jerseyville DISMISSALS Louann Kamp, Hardin Edith Peterson, Elk River, Minn. Mildred Reynolds, Medora Scott Egelhoff, Jerseyville Boyd Memorial (Carrollton) ADMISSIONS Mrs. Mae Daugherty, Carrollton William Lisles, Carrollton DISMISSALS Mrs. Velma Mortland, Hardin Clarence Price, Carrollton Carlinville Area ADMISSIONS Ruth Hutslar, Carlinville Ernestine Howard, Litchfield Margaret Clark, Omaha, Neb. Richard Shirley, Carlinville Mary Hall, Carlinville Blatzer Eckman, Carlinville William Smalley, Bunker Hill John Hedden, Carlinville Henry Chism, Carlinville Regina Jones, Carlinville - Elery Hardin, Girard^Bl. Nancy Wertheim, Atlanta, 111. Teddy Meyer, Carlinville Herbert Scheldt, Bunker Hill Patricia Link, Carlinvffle Ruth Beck, Plainview Annie Yahr, Carlinville DISMISSALS Clarence Taylor, Medora, HI. St. Joseph's (Highland) ADMISSIONS Mrs'. Ella Nash, Edwardsville Mrs. Anna Knebel, Edwardsville James Durer, Edwardsville Mrs. Evelyn Harrison, Edwardsville Ona Anthony, Anna-Henry Nursing Home Mr.s. Flora Scott, Edwardsville Lemuel Southard, Edwardsville Teresa Paddock, Glen Carbon DISMISSALS Mrs. Ritha Powell, Edwardsville John Braue, Edwardsville Mrs. Vickie Rinkel, Edwardsville Staunton Community ADMISSIONS Helen Wayham, Greenfield Mary Roberts, Staunton Robert Osmoe, Mt. Olive Cornelius Smith, Staunton Palmer Ridens, Marine Chrisbell Prosser, Livingston Lena Schreier, Bunker Hill Mary Tuscan, Staunton Richard Sandbach, Staunton Ruth Brakhane, Bethalto Judith Parks, Staunton Charles Stilts, Cottage Hills Ernest Sherfy, Staunton Bill Mayer, Mt. Olive Malenda Brunnworth, Hamel Josephine Baima, Benld Olinda Schlechte, Worden Gary Bolen, New Douglas Leatta Bottoms, Hamel Lulu Schultz, Staunton Penny Garwood, Worden DISMISSALS Michele Tesio, Wilsonville Tamara Ritchie, Staunton Dale Nance, Mt. Clare Judith Butler, Livingston Uriah Manka, Wilsonville William Nitz, Wilsonville Tammy File, Mt. Olive Gloria Baldoni, Staunton Bill Mayer, Mt. Olive St. Francit (Lltcbfield) ADMISSIONS Lucy Fenoglio, Wilsonvffle Janice Wolfe, Mt Olive Attfflo Basso, Virden DISMISSALS Irene Leffl, Mt. Clara Fred Koepp, Gillespie Kogene Barnstable, Carlinville By JANET STA1HAR WASHINGTON (AP) — Htt step has more shuffle, his eyes moisten with age, but Sen. Stephen M. Young, whose searing letters stirred the ire of many an Ohio constituent, still dictates diatribes in the waning days of his Senate career. At 81, Young, the oldest man in the Senate, is retiring after serving a fiery eight years in the House of Representatives and 12 years in the Senate. But the Puckerbrush Township Democrat isn't calling it quits. Young plans to practice law in Washington—where he'll spend most of his tune—and open an office hi his adopted hometown, Cleveland. "If I retired, I'd be dead hi a few years," Young said hi his office, handing out one of the last of his "Sen. Stephen M. Young" ballpoint pens. He never said he was part of the Senate's inner circle. There never was a committee chairmanship for him. His windy, pugnacious speeches caused a president few anxious moments. But Young did fashion memorable achievements in defeating two heavily favored Republican opponents for his seat: former Gov. and Sen. John W. Bricker in 1958- Young was 69 —and Robert Taft Jr., in 1964. Young's trademark was his prodigious letter writing. He never hesitated to match nasty insult for nasty insult with political foes or angry constituents. And he always delighted in handing out mimeographed copies of the letters to newsmen. One voter was a "mentally deranged female crackpot," someone else was "lower than a snake's tail in a wagon rut," and still another voter, "a lowdown skunk and liar." Young was one of the first Senate doves on the Vietnam war and he considers his most important vote the one cast for the limited nuclear test ban treaty with the Soviet- Union. His recent public battles have been over the Kent State University shootings hi which four students were killed by National Guardsmen. "Only a cruel ignoramous would take the position that those four students—not one of whom was rioting or throwing stones—deserved to be killed," Young wrote one dissenter. "Also, you are a stupid, cruel jerk." One of Young's favorite stories concerns the only time President Dwight D. Eisenhower ever spoke to him. "He called me up on the telephone about 10 p.m. one night. He kept talking about some farm project in North Dakota. He was sure we could' come to terms on it. "Finally, I managed to break' in, and told him I was Sen. Young of Ohio, not Sen. Milton Young of North Dakota. "All the President said was 'God-damn' and hung up." My Lai defendant arrested ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) - One of 10 soldiers charged in the alleged massacre at My Lai, Spec. 4 Robert T'Souvas, was among 17 persons charged with murder in the shotgun slaying of a-motorcycle rider in the hippie district here Monday night. His wife, Rebecca T'Souvas, also was arrested on a charge of occupying a "dive." Police said the shotgun slaying of Barney McSherry 21, took place in a rooming house where T'Souvas and his wife lived. Full details of the charges were not immediately made known. Officers reported that after the slaying they confiscated 18 bottles of gasoline rigged as fire bombs, a stick of dyna mite, two shotguns, seven rifles, four pistols, $3,100 in money and a quantity of drugs, In the My Lai case, T'Souvas, 21, of San Jose, Calif., specifically is charged with premeditated murder of two Vietnamese I

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