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    The Bend Bulletin, Tuesday, March 6, 1 962 5
Activities toniaht ini-liufo lh
annual Shrove Tuesday pancake
supper at uie Episcopal parish
hall, starting at 5:30, and a meet
ing of the Red Riders 4-H Club
at 7:30 in room 230 of Bend Jun
ior High School. At 8 o'clock:
Pine Forest Grange, Grange Hall;
Degree of Honor. Norway Hall;
Group 1, First Christian Church,
with Mrs. Jack Swanson, Butler
Road; AAUW music interest
group, with Mrs. Claude Graves,
323 Congress Street: League of
Women Voters organization meet
ing, Bend Junior High School li
brary. Mr. and Mrs. William D. Laxa
gut, 1339 E. Seventh Street, are
parents of a girl born this morn
ing at St. Charles Memorial Hos
pital. The baby weighed 6 pounds.
7 ounces, and has been named
Pine Forest Grangers will join
for their regular meeting tonight
at their hall, just south of the
Bend city limits, at 8 p.m. On
Wednesday, March 7 at 7:30 p.m.,
members will hold a degree prac
tice, at the hall, and on March
20, the. third and fourth degrees
will be conferred on candidates.
Kaweta Circle of the First
Methodist Church WSCS will meet
tonight at 8 o'clock with Mrs.
Gordon Moore, 734 . Eighth
Street. The general meeting of the
WSCS will be on Wednesday at
11 a.m., in the Fireside Room of
the church. Members are being
asked to bring sack lunches. The
message by the Rev. James
Thompson will begin at 1:30 p.m.
Yarn Spinners 4-H Club met re
cently at the home of Lorrie Thal
hofer, with her mother and her
brothers and sisters as visitors.
Others present were Mrs. J i m
Dykstra, leader, and members
Judy Dykstra, Sandy Dykeman
and Myrna Ray. Instructions were
given in knitting and purling.
Wednesday activities include
the following: Women's work day
at Trinity Lutheran Church, 10
a.m.; Six Corners extension unit
with Mrs. Adelbert Skaggs, 1245
Milwaukee Avenue, 10:30 a.m.;
Golden Age Club, clubhouse, 1
p.m.; Bend Women's Golf Club,
guest day bridge, 1 p.m.
Sagebrushers Art Society will
meet-Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in
the clubhouse on Trap Club Road.
It's a girl for Mr. and Mrs.
Dale Balderston, 1424 Davenport
Avenue. The baby was born Mon
day at St. Charles Memorial Hos
pital. She weighed 7 pounds, 8
ounces, and has been named
Rhonda Mae.
Disabled American Veterans
and Auxiliary members will meet
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock,
in the district court room of the
Deschutes County courthouse.
Mrs. Florence Stout is the new
vice-president of the Sunshine
Club of Pythian Sisters. She was
elected at the meeting last week.
The name of the new holder of
this office was inadvertently re
ported to The Bulletin incorrect
ly earlier. The next meeting will
be March 27 at Mrs. Kenneth
Holman's home.
Pine Cene extension unit will
meet Thursday at 10:30 a.m. with
Mrs. Carl Backstrom, 1114 E. Re
vere Avenue.
Bend Ladies of Elks will meet
Thursday at 8 p.m. in the dining
room of the BPOE Temple.
Central Oregon sailors Gerald
J. Firkus and Andrew H. Pryor.
both of Bend, are serving aboard
' the anti-submarine warfare sup
port aircraft carrier USS Benn
ington, which arrived in Yokosu
ka, Japan, February 15 on its
first stop on its current deploy
ment with the Seventh Fleet in
the Far East Gerald, a machin
ist's mate fireman, is the son of
George E. Firkus, 133 Broadway
Avenue. Andrew, an electrician's
mate fireman apprentice, is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pryor,
1069 Milwaukee Avenue.
Deschutes Geology Club will
meet Thursday, March 8. at 8
p.m. in the district court room of
the Deschutes county courthouse.
After the business session there
will be a program entitled "Mir
acle of the Sea." This will include
photographs and diagrams of the
ocean depths showing mountain
ranges, valleys and rivers below
the surface of the sea. Visitors
and friends are always welcome
at the meetings.
Sons of Norway will hold a
meeting on Thursday at 8 p.m. at
Norway Hall. Following the meet,
ing, refreshments will be served.
John Schmid, Redmond, Des
chutes county 4-H agent, wiU
leave late this March for Cor
vallis. for one more term of study
at Oregon State University. He
will return to Deschutes county
early in June.
Bend Garden Club will meet
Friday for 1:30 dessert luncheon
in the dining room of West's
Coffee Shop. Mrs. Del Mattson.
Mrj. Grant Salisbury and Mrs.
Clara Peterson will be hostesses.
Here and
Blender Benders 4-H Club met
recently at the home of the lead
er. Mrs. Fred O. Iseli, 1134 E.
11th Street. Members present
were Susan Arney, Kathy Dever
eaux, Alison Foley, Kirsten Iseli
and Linda Andrew. Project for
the day was the preparation of
aevuea eggs.
Tumele Women's Guild will ob
serve World Dav of Praver with
a program Friday, March 9, at
i p.m. at uie lumajo Community
Church. AU residents of the com
munity are invited.
A public chicken dinner, with
all the trimmings, will be served
by women of the Church of Je
sus Christ of Latter Day Saints
Friday, March 9, from 5:30 to 8
p.m. at the church. Tickets are a
dollar and a half for adults and
75 cents for children.
Elder John Henderson, Albany,
will be guest speaker at the Sun
day morning service March 11 at
the Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints, 1029
W. 14th Street.
William C. Chenoweth, former
Bend resident who has been in
SaltiUo, Mexico, for a number of
years with a mining company,
has returned, with his family, to
make his home in Bend. Mr. and
Mrs. Chenoweth have four chil
dren. One, William L. Chenoweth,
is a senior at Yale. With their
parents in Bend are Ann, Eliza
beth and Charles. Chenoweth, a
graduate from West Point who
was in the Philippines when war
with Japan broke out, is a Bend
High School graduate with the
class of 1932.
Skyline Squares will hold a
square dance Wednesday evening
March 7, at 8 p.m. in the Wal
lace Studio. Russ Kiel will be call
ing. Group installs
new officers
Mrs. Eugenie Sherry, Terre
bonne, was installed as president
of the ladies auxiliary of Canton
Deschutes No. 19, Patriarchs Mil
itant, at a meeting recently in
Other new officers were Install
ed as follows:
Mrs. W. A. McFadden, Sisters,
vice-president; Mrs. Carl Darrar,
Grizley, secretary; Mrs. W. V.
Merchant, Culver, treasurer;
Mrs. K. E. Stanbury. Madras,
chaplain; Mrs. Ruth Barnes,
Bend, musician; Miss Charlotte
Easton, Redmond, officer of the
day; Mrs. D. N. Graham, Bend,
color sergeant.
Mrs. Walter Daron. Redmond,
color bearer; Mrs. Fritz Haber
stitch, Madras, officer of the
guard; Mrs. George McQuinn,
Bend, sentry; Mrs. M. B. Smith,
Bend, right aide to the president;
Mrs. Albert Zemke, Culver, left
aide to the president.
Elected to offices at the meet
ing were Leite Richardson, Mad
ras, trustee for a three-year term,
and Mrs. William Michael, Mad
ras, degree captain.
Plans were made for a recep
tion honoring officers of the State
Association of Ladies Auxiliaries
who live in the local area. This
will be March 16 at the IOOF
Temple, 265 Franklin Avenue.
Those to be honored are Mrs.
Haberstitch, secretary; Mrs. Dar
rar. officer of the guard; Mrs.
Clifford Ullman, Sisters, music
ian; Miss Easton, right aide to
the chaplain, and Mrs. Merchant,
left aide to the vice-president.
After the Madras meeting. Mrs.
Michael served refreshments.
2 youths face
liquor charges
ritt, nntir arrested a 16-vear-
old and a 19-year-old for illegal
possession ot liquor aDOUi :w
p.m. Monday.
Charles James Congdon, 18, of
707 South Third Street, and Larry
Glenn Betcher, 19, of 743 East
11th u-pre the two arrested. Cone-
don was turned over to juvenile
authorities. Bail tor uetcner was
set at $27.50.
Police stopped the pair at a
service station after a resident of
the Drake Road area had re
ported that their car was making
excessive noise near his home.
When Congdon stepped out of
the car, a partly full wine bottle
fell out the car door, leading to
the arrest.
Arctic movie
ends tonight
Final showing of "Arctic Ad
venture," a two-hour color movie
photographed above the Arctic
Circle, is set for 7:30 tonight at
the Tower Theater.
Part of the proceeds go te Bend
Trap Club activities for the year.
The movie, witn narrauon Dy ;
producer Leroy Shebal. Fair
banks, features bunting of wolves,
polar bear, caribou. daU sheep
and grizzly bear and fishing fee 1
20-pound lake trout and she-fish, j
More than 700 attended first j
showing of the movie Monday
night at the Tower. J
Visit scheduled
by state leader
Stale president of American As
sociation of University Women,
Mrs. Gerald M. Whitney of Athe
na, will pay a visit to the local
branch this Thursday, March 8, at
7:30 p.m.
The meeting, changed for this
occasion from the regular third
Thursday, will be held at the
home of Mrs. William Niskanen,
525 Broadway Avenue. Mrs. Eu
gene White will preside, with
election of new officers on the
Mrs. Whitney, who is an organ
ist and choir director and is ac
complished in dramatics, will pre
sent the program. She will give
a dramatic reading from Alan
Paton's "Cry the Beloved Coun
try." The state AAUW president is a
graduate magna cum laude of Uie
University of Idaho (B.A. and
M.A.) where she was a Phi Beta
As a result of having been
national president of Kappi Phi,
a religious organization for col
lege girls, she traveled widely m
United States and abroad, attend
ing a world conference in Amster
dam and seminars in other Eur
opean countries. She has been ac
tive in many phases of commun
ity service and educational work.
Dessert will be served at 7:30
by Mrs. Joe Hardwick and com
mittee, Miss Ivy Grover, Mrs.
William Guyer, Mrs. John Har
pole, Mrs. Russell Hill, Mrs. How
ard Hobson, Mrs. Almeda Hoist,
Mrs. William Hudson and Mrs.
Jack Jeffers.
Smith services
held Saturday
Special te The Bulletin
REDMOND Funeral services
for John H. Smith, 41, Redmond,
were held Saturday morning in
Zacher's Chapel, with members
of Uie Redmond Masonic Lodge
in charge. Burial was in Uie Red
mond Cemetery.
Fred Baer, who also acted as
a pallbearer, sang a solo. Other
pallbearers were John Raglund,
Don Hmman, Lawrence Jones, Al
Brandt and Earl Patrick.
Born Oct 26, 1920, in Hetting
er, N.D., Mr. Smith had lived in
Redmond 12 years. Survivors are
his widow, Shirley; three sons,
Jack 12; Mark 8. and Matt, 4,
and his father, Ncls J. Smith, all
of Redmond.
Awards received
by Cub Scouts
Cub pack No. 69 members re
ceived awards at Uie annual Blue
and Gold banquet recenUy at the
VFW Hall. The following awards
were given:
Wolf badges David Fox, Dan
Marsh and Richard Lange. Bear
badges David Marsh and Carl
Johnson. Gold arrow David
Fox, Dan Marsh, Terry Branstel
ter. Silver arrow Ernie Meis
ner. ,
Denner stripes Bruce Fox
and Mike McCusker. Assistant
denner David Fox and Emie
Meisner. One-year service pin
Terry Branstetter.
Bobcat pins Neal Loper,
Gregg Seida, Michael Sprague,
Curt Olson, Ronald Libby and
Jeff Maudlin.
Banquet planned
Deschutes county 4-H club lead
ers will be guests of the Pacific
Power and Light Co., at the an
nual banquet Wednesday evening,
March 7. It will be at 7 p.m. in
Uie new addition of the First
Methodist Church, 680 Bond
Miss Ruth Brasher of the state
4-H staff will be speaker for Uie
Entertainment will be provided
by a group of women from Uie
Glen Vista extension unit.
The National Cash Register Co.
Local Service for Central Oregon
Please Contact Mr. R. L. Chrlstensen
In Bend Phone EV 2-2580
Factory Trelned Service Representative
In and Out
of hospitals
In Centre! Oregon
Hie following are new paUents
at St. Charles Memorial Hospi
tal: David Myers, 34 Allen Road
Mrs. Carl Akin, 235 Y'ew Lane;
Mrs. Louis Ford, Redmond; Mrs.
Graham Horton, 72 McKay Ave
nue; Carroll Sanborn, 1205 BalU-
more Avenue; Theodore Thayer,
19-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Thayer, 1450 S. Third
Street; Mrs. John C. Boone, Red
mond; Cecil Moreland, Gilchrist;
Mrs. J. A. Rickman, Redmond;
Dr. Virgil Freed, Corvallis.
Dismissed: Mark Davis, Miss
Eda Williams and Mrs. Angus
Spranklc, all Bend; Howard Wi
lis, Madras; Mrs. Wanda Shields,
Eugene; Robert Flynn, Princvil
REDMOND New patients at
Central Oregon District Hospital
are: Mrs. John B. Robinson, Mrs.
George Clowers, Howard Berger,
W. A. Catcs, Mrs. Frank Barney,
Robert Hodges, Cynthia Swearin
gen, Mrs. Raymond Lengcle,
Aloys Chardonnens, Madras;
Lloyd Fleming, Mrs. Homer
Keep. Mrs. William Rogers. Bend;
Max Cunning, Billie J. Randolph,
Susan Shirley, Mrs. Richard Holt,
Mrs. Leland Klukkert, Orvail
Buckner, Charles McGregor, Red
mond; Mrs. Richard McDermont,
Sisters; Mrs. Byard Slocumb, Cul
ver; Mrs. Demsey Polk, Warm
Dismissed were: Mrs. Dorothy
Edwards, Mrs. 'Charles BrintnaU,
Mrs. Victor Miller, Mrs. Carl Sur
face, Susan Shirley, Mrs. Cora
Marquis, Clarence Lindsay, Red
mond; Mrs. John Robinson, John
Werner, Mrs. James Qiiinn, Mel
ford Woodward, W. A. Cates, Bill
Gordon, Madras; Mrs. Ron Cum
mings and baby girl, Cynthia Cro
xen, Metolius; Mrs. Ada Polk, Su
san Moses, Mrs. Leroy Scott,
Warm Springs; Lloyd Fleming,
Bend: Marvin Aldous, Terrebon
ne; Mrs. Robert Frazier, Clara
Mirelez, Culver.
Bora March 1 to Mr. and Mrs.
Mariano Tenoria of Culver was a
son, as yet unnamed. Birth weight
was 6 pounds, 13'i ounces. Ken
neth Myron is Uie name selected
by Mr. and Mrs. David Thomp
son of Madras for their son, who
weighed 8 pounds, 4Vt ounces at
birth March 5. It's a girl, Cindy
Marie, for Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Lee of Terrebonne. Born March
5, she weighed 8 pounds, H ounce.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Blackwell
of Prineville have not yet named
their daughter, born March 5 at
Central Oregon District Hospital.
Birth weight was 9 pounds, 8!i
Survival class
starts tonight
A class in individual and fam
ily survival starts tonight at 7
o'clock in room 221 of the Bend
Junior High School. There will be
four classes of three hours each
for a total of 12 hours in the
A certificate is Issued upon
completion of the 12 hours. The
course is free. There is no charge
for materials and many govern
ment publications will be given
to each participant.
The course instructs in how to
take care of one's own family in
case of emergency. Recommend
ed preparations and procedures
are ouUined. It is recommended
that at least one person from each
family in Uie area attend, so that
all may know of the civil defense
plans for the nation, the slate,
and for Deschutes county.
The four classes for this first
course will meet tonight, and
March 20, March 27 and April 3.
Heckel services
held Monday
Special to The Bulletin
REDMOND Friends and rela
tives gathered Monday moming
at Zacher's Chapel to pay final
honors to Harve M. Heckel, 78,
Redmond. The Rev. D. L. Pen-
hollow officiated and burial was
in the Redmond Cemotery.
.Pallbearers were Pete Eccl en
ton. Justin King, Bob Blair, Floyd
Parker, Howard Milton and Ken
neth Bryan.
Born June 13, 1883. In Rockport,
Mo., he had been a Redmond res
ident for the past 20 years, re
cently making his home with his
sisters. Mrs. Agnes Everett and
Mrs. Edith Parker.
Other survivors are four daugh
ters. Harvena Clemens, SeatUe,
Wash.: Wilhclmina Gobiet, Ever
ett, Wash.; Joy Russell, Snoho
mish, Wash., and Dorothy Shu
gert, Troutdale, Penn. Another
sister, Mrs. Olympia Lambert, al
so survives.
PFC Smart
in exercise
U.S. FORCES. Koren Arm
PFC Sanford J. Smart son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sanford M. Smart.
Prineville. Ore., recently
pated in Exercise Hailstorm II,
the largest field training maneu
ver ever held in Korea.
During Uie four-dav even-ise
more Uian 75.000 United Nations
Command soldiers from the U.S..
Republic of Korea. Thailand and
Turkish armies narticinated in
both day and night tactical ma
neuver under simulated combat
Smart, a medical aidman In
Headquarters Battery of the 7th
iniamry Division's 8th Artillery
in Korea, entered Uio Armv in
July 1960.
The 20-year-old soldier is a 1959
graduate of Lakeview Union Hich
Kimball rites
due on Thursday
Speclel to The Bulletin
PRINEVILLE Funeral serv
ices for Ira Kimball, a pioneer
resident of Central Oregon, will
be held Thursday, March 8, at the
Burns Funeral Chapel. Mr. Kim
ball was 84 years old when he
died Monday at Pioneer Memorial
Hospital, after a long Illness.
He was bora near Rock Creek,
and in early days worked as a
ireighter among pioneer commun
ities such as An tone and Uie Fos
sil - Condon region. For many
years after his freighting days, he
lived at Burns and Uie nearby
community of Drewsy.
He is survived by his widow,
Sophia, of Burns; a daughter.
Mrs. Melma Clark, PrinevUle:
and two sons, OrWKimball,
Prineville and Leland Kimball,
Madras. Burial will be in the
Drewsy cemetery.
Motor, power
saw stolen
Prowlers have apparently sto
len an outboard motor and a pow
er saw trom uie home of Harry
Motchman. 603 Delaware who
died about a month ago following
gunshot wounds.
Motchman's son-in-law, Howard
Helgeson, 22 Shasta, told police
mat a Johnson 10 horsepower boat
motor and a skill saw were miss
ing when he went to the Motch
man house to do some work yes
Helgeson said that nothing else
was missing as far as he knew.
The house has been empty the
past month.
MOSCOW (UPI) Hollywood
film beauty Kim Novak today be
gan a 10-day visit as guest of Uie
Soviet movie industry.
Miss Novak, who arrived here
Monday night, said she will visit
Russian movie studios here and
in Leningrad.
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CIA says U2 pilot had been told
to surrender if escape ircpossih
Central Intelligence Agency today
cleared I'l pilot Francis Gary
Powers of any wrongdoing m his
flight over Russia. It said he had
been instructed to "surrender
without resistance and adopt a co
operative attitude if escape was
In a summary statement made
public through House and Senate
Armed Services committees, Uie
CIA said Powers was not ex
pected to take his own life if his
plane went down or he was cap
tured. It said the poison needle with
which Uie pilot was equipped, and
which figured prominently in his
Moscow trial, was supplied only
in event he was subjected to tor
ture or other conditions which
made suicide seem Uie best way
The CIA report also gave some
details of what happened when
Powers' U2 was downed over
Central Russia May 1, 19S0.
Although this point was n o t
covered in Uie report. Chairman
Carl Vinson, D-Ga., of the House
Armed Services Committee said
experts decided the U2 was
brought down from 68.000 feet by
a surface-to-air missile which
scored a near miss and disabled
the plane, throwing it into a spin.
Plane Lost Wings
The official account made it
clear that by Uie time rowel's had
freed himself from the cockpit
and was ready to leave Uie now
wingless, tumbling U2, he had
been tossed by whirling G-forces
into a position where he could not
reach Uie "destruct". switches.
The over-all conclusion of t h e
CIA questioning was that "Mr.
Powers lived up to the terms of
his employment and instructions
in connection with his mission and
in his obligations as an American
under Uie circumstances in which
he found himself."
CIA Director John A. McCone
said that as a result he was
authorizing release of back pay
to the pilot, amounting to $50,000.
The report on Powers, who was
released from a Russian prison
last month in exchange for Soviet
master spy Rudolf Abel, came
out before the pilot himself was
scheduled to testify later today
before the Senate Armed Serv
ices Committee.
The CIA report also cleared up
speculation that Uie plane might
have been sabotaged. Th2 report
said there was no evidence to
support this. . , ..
The report said Uiat in previous
missions Powers had shown him
self to be "one of Uie outstanding
pilots in Uie whole U2 program."
Selected At Filers
It emphasized that he and other
U2 pilots had been selected only
for their ability as fliers, and "Uie
whole nature of the mission was
far removed from the traditional
espionage scene."
The only job of the pilots was
to fly their planes, Uie report
'adillac offers
one hundred thirty-nine interior combinations.
709 WALL ST.
said, and the task was so de
manding that "on completion of
a mission physical fatigue was a
hazard on landing."
As for what the men were told
to do in case of capture the re
port said that instructions to Uicm
"Pilots will be instructed that
they are perfectly free to tell Uie
whole truth about Uicir mission
with the exception of certain
specifications of Uie aircraft.
McCone said that after Powers
landed and was captured, he was
taken to Moscow by commercial
plane. From then on until the
timo of his trial about 100 days
was kept in solitary confine
ment and subjected to constant
quesUoniiig, sometimes as long as
10 or 12 hours a day.
Powers told U.S. investigators
he was not subjected to physical
violence or s e v e r 1 y hosUle
One Uling the Russians wanted
to know was Uie names of other
U2 pilots. McCone said Powers
said he refused "to give these on
Uie grounds thai they were his
friends and comrades and if he
gave their names Uiey would lose
their jobs..." Powers said Uie
Russians accepted his stand.
Still Employed by CIA
McCone told reporters that
Powers sUll was a CIA employee
and would remain so indefinitely.
Chairman Richard B. Russell, D
G.V, said he believed Uie CIA re
port put Powers' actions in a
more favorable light. Russell said
he had not known that Powers
was not under contract to "kill
Ash Wednesday
services due
The Lenten season will be ush
ered in at First Lutheran Church
with evening services on Ash
Wednesday, March 7 at 7:45. This
will be a service with Holy
The Rev. R. E. Ylvisaker, pas
tor, has announced that the gen
eral theme for the Wednesday
evening Lenten service will bo
"Litany for Lent."
The Uicm for Uie March 7th
service will be "Deliver us from
Tires punctured
for iiifh time
Brent Cassingham, 444 East
Aldcn, has a not-so-enviable rec
His car tires have been punc
tured five times in Uie past three
weeks. City Police say this is a
record by about three punctur-
Cassingham parks his car In
front of his home. Ho reported
the punctures early this morning.
thirteen models, twenty-three .
II0NE EV 2-29U
PORTLAND I UPI) Livestock:
Cattle 200; good slaughter
steers 23-25; ulility-standard 20-
22.50; standard-good heifers 19-23;
caiincr-cutler cows 11-15.
Calves 50; good-choice vealcrs
under 300 lb 28-33; choice 34;
utility-standard 20-27.
Hops 300; 1 and 2 butchers 190
230 lb 19.25-19.75.
Ore. local Russets No 1A 100 lb
2.50-2.75; few 3.00; Deschutes Rus
sets No 1A 3.00-3.25 : 8-14 oz 3 25-
3.50; bakers 3.25-3.50; Idaho Rus-'
sets No 1 2.00-2.10.
Eggs To retailers: AA extra
large 46-50c; AA large 43-47c; A
large 42-45c; AA medium 39-43c;
AA small 31 35c; cartons l-3o
Spatz services
held at Madras
Funeral services for Joel Ed
ward Spatz, seven-month-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. James Spatz.
Madras, were held this morning
at tiie First Baptist Church in
The baby died Saturday at St.
Charles Memorial Hospital in
Bend. He had been ill since last
In addition to his parents he is
survived by grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Lloyd Schmitt of Wood
land, Wash., and Mr. and Mrs,
Jerry Spats of Columbus, Neb.,
and great-grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Spatz of Abie, Neb.,
and Mr. and Mrs. John Grause qf
Osmond. Neb. '
Burial was in the family plot Tn
the Mt. Jefferson Memorial Park.
Williams scares
off prowler "
A would-be burglar was thwart
ed about 11:25 p.m. Monday whan
he tried to enter the Max Wil
liams home, 444 East Clay.
Williams apparently scared lha
prowler off. Police Investigated
but were unable to find a lead in
the neighborhood. ,.
Watch For
In Wednesday's ,