The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Deschutes County, Or.) 1917-1963, March 17, 1962, Page 5, Image 5

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    Tht Band Bulletin, Saturday, March 17, 1962 5
Activities tonight include the
following: Bend Golf Club skiers'
dinner, social hour 5:30, serving
8-9; American Legion birthday
dinner. Library Auditorium
6: 10; square dance at Rlmrock-
ers' Hall, Prineville. 8:30; Eagles
Auxiliary variety show,' Eagles
Hall, 10:30 and 12:30.
Juniper Pairs will hold their
regular square dance tonight at
8:30 at the VFW Hall. Wis Wis
dom will call. All square dancers
are invitted.
Broken Arrow 4-H Club met
this week at the home of the lead'
er, Raymond Morehouse, In La'
Pine. Members present were
Tommy Day, Marilyn Day, Jim
my Nesbitt, Jimmy and Susan
Ferns, Sandra Morehouse and
Linda Carter. They learned how
to string a bow correctly.
George Churchill of Band will
be caller at a square dance to be
held tonight at 8:30, in the all
purpose room of the Sisters High
School. All . who are interested
'Oregon Today'
viewed by fifty
"Oregon Today," a colored
sound film portraying the indus
trial growth of the state, was
viewed by SO persons attending a
Bend Chamber of Commerce for
um luncheon here Friday noon,
at the Pilot Butte Inn. R. J. Mc
Farland of the Pacific Power &
Light Co. was program chair
man and Introduced A. B. Smith
of Pacific Northwest Bell Co.,
who touched on the rapidly im
proving Oregon industrial picture.
The film has already been
shown twice in Washington, D.C.
and will be available for showing
across the country. It will also be
shown in Japan.
Despite the rapid growth of ag
ricultural economy, some observ
ers believe tourism will surpass
agriculture as Oregon's second
largest industry, speakers said.
Appearing before the forum
were Kenneth Werth and Tom
Alexander of Powell Butte, who
brought word that their 1962 Fro
lic will be held on April 7 this
year, in Prineville.
. A delegation will be here from
the Powell Butte Farmers Club
on March 27 to obtain prizes for
the Frolic,
Weekly auction
report issued
- Special to The Bulletin
REDMOND CaUle sales
Thursday at the Redmond Auc
tion Yard totaled 606, compared
to 443 the previous week. Six
sheep and 28 hogs went through
the ring. Last week, 78 hogs and 5
sheep were sold.
Good slaughter steers sold for
24.10-24.20; standard slaughter
heifers, 22.70; utility, 18.60-20;
commercial cows, 17.10-20; util
ity, 14.80-17.10, and canners and
cutters, 12.20-14.90.
Utility to commercial bulls
went for 20.60-21.70: feeder bulls,
17.50; good veal calves, 32. Baby
calves sold by the head beef
and beef mixed, 20-52.50; Hoi
steins, 20-40, and other dairy
types, 4-15.
Good-choice feeder stews. 500
700 lb., 24.10-26.30: common-medium,
400-700 lbs., 19.25-23.10; com
mon - medium heifers, 40O-700
lbs., 17.10-21.70: good-choice steer
calves, 300-500 lbs., 28.25-34; com
mon - medium, 21.75-29; good
choice heifer calves, 300-500 lbs.,
25.80-26.10; common medium,
250-500. 19.10-24.90, and medium
good stock pairs, 187.50-225.
U.S. No. 1 and 2 market hogs,
180-220 lbs., went for 19.10-19.70:
U.S. No. 3, 18.25; sows. 14.70;
, feeders, 16.50. and weaner pigs,
1-13.50 per head. Fat lambs, good
choice, sold for 15.25 and feeder
lambs for 13.
Lenten sermons
being planned
The Rev. James S. Thompson
Of the First Methodist Church will
begin a new series of Lenten ser
mons this Sunday at the 11 a.m.
worship hour. The theme, based
on the Lord's Prayer, will be
,: "Bridge to God's Power."
Individual sermons will be as
follows; March 18. "Our Father
' Uh,i'Ar Itf Umvimv" March 25.
"They Kingdom Come, They Will
be Done;" April 1. "Give Us This
Day Our Daily Bread;" April 8.
: "Forgive Us Our Trespasses;"
. April 15. "Lead Us Not Into
This Sunday, the chancel choir
will sing "God So Loved the
World" by Steiner, and a quartet
Mrs. Paul Reynolds. Mrs. Gor
don Brown. Verle Mitchell, and
Delvan Johnston will sing
. "Above the Hills of Time," Lon-
' donderry Air.
Nurserv care will be provided
durinf both Church School and
mom'p? worship, and there will
be J'.'-r Guich for children In
the f:t fo-jr grades during the
11 o'clock service.
Here and
are invited to attend.
Mighty Mites, sponsored by
Bend Skyliners, will practice
again Sunday at 9:30 a.m., at
Bachelor Butte.
William L. Bambry, seaman in
the U.S. Navy, is serving aboard
the destroyer USS Turner Joy,
which is participating in Exercise
Pot Shot off the coast of Southern
California. Bembry is the son of
Mrs. Nellie A. Bembry of Sis
ters. District council moating of Ep-
siloh Sigma Alpha sorority will
be Sunday at 12:30 p.m. at the 86
Corral in Redmond.
Pine Forest Grange woman Will
meet at the Grange Hall Monday
at 9:30 a.m., to clean the kitchen
and dining room in preparation
for Uie degree meeting Tuesday
Pina Forest Grange home eco
nomics club met Thursday at the
home of Mrs. Beulah Chambers.
The women voted to buy 50 new.
cups and plates for the dining
room, donated $5 to CARE, and
authorized a contribution to the
Grange scholarship fund. The
meeting next month will be at the
home of Mrs. Glady; Garvik.
Band Study Club will meet
Monday for 12:30 luncheon at the
home of Mrs. Jack Halbrook, 545
Congress Street.
Scheduled Monday mooting of
the Central Oregon Life Under
writers' Association has been can
celled, officers announced today.
Royal Neighbors will meet Mon
day at 8 p.m., at Norway Hall.
Members of the serving commit
tee will be Mrs. Hubert Bartlett,
Mrs. William Grimsley and Dar
lene deary.
Thomas B. Larson, U.S. Air
Force, has re-enlisted for another
hitch, and la now at Keesler Air
Force Base, Biloxi, Miss., for 45
weeks of training in electronics
school. Larson is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Carl E. Larson, 1544 E.
Sixth Street. His wife, Josie, and
year-old daughter. Tammy, are
staying with his family for the
present. They will join him later
in Biloxi.
League of Woman Voters dis-
sussion group will begin the
study of Oregon constitution re
vision next week. Meetings will
be held as follows: Monday, 8
p m., with Mrs. Jack Holt, Reed
Market Road; Tuesday, 9:30
a.m., Mrs. V. L. Harley, 608 In
nes Lane; Tuesday, 8 p.m., Mrs.
Orval J. Hansen, 1435 W. Third
Band chapter members, Daugh
ters of the American Revolution,
will meet Tuesday, March 20. at
8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Rob
ert Lyons. 1349 E. 12th Street.
Miss Grace Preston will have
charge of the program.
Cookin' Cutiai 4-H Club met
Thursday at the home of the lead
er, Mrs. Walter McCallum, 1785
Harriman Avenue. Members
present were Patty Watters, Lin
Aa XTnlrmu-ft. Rose Marie Mont
gomery and Rosemary McCallum.
Linda Wilson was a visitor. They
made custard.
on Tuesday, March 20, at 8 p.m.
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at tne nan jusi soum in dchu.
All Grangers are being asked to
bring their third and fourth de
gree candidates. Women of the
host cranse will provide sand
Revival services
being planned
Spaclal to The Bulletin
REDMOND Special revival
services will be held for two
weeks at the Redmond Four
square Church, beginning Tues
day, reports the Rev. William R.
Cooke, pastor.
To be held nightly at 7:30 ex
cept Mondays and Saturdays, the
series will be under direction of
the Rev. John Holland, pastor of
Community Foursquare Church
at Woodburn and superintendent
of the Willamette Division of
Foursquare Churches.
Mrs. Holland, a soprano soloist
will sing each evening and there
will be other special music. The
public has been invited to attend.
"Funerals Within
Tht Reach Of All'
Hill at Irving Ave.
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WHERE TAXES GO County Judge D. L. Penhollow, left,
discusses distribution of tax dollar with Assessor Robert Lyons.
Chart was prepared for use in the "Hows and Wheres of
Financing" series sponsored by Extension Service.
Sessions due
in series
on finances
The series of meetings on
"Howt and Wheres of Financ
ing," sponsored by the extension
service, will continue next week.
Duplicate sessions of the second
program In the series will be
Monday night at the Allen School
Auditorium in Bend, Tuesday
night at Redmond Union High
School and April 5 at the Sisters
City Hall.
The program was open to the
public free of charge, and attend
ance at the first meeting in the
series Is not required in order to
attend any of the others.
The series deals with a num
ber of financing problems, includ
ing taxes and the operation of
government agencies.
Participants in the second
meeting will be Velma Bucking
ham, county school superintend
ent; Olive Jameson, Deschutes
county welfare administrator;
County Judge D. L. Penhollow
and Grant Blanch, agricultural
economist from Oregon State Uni
versity. . .
Mamie R. Gist
dies at age 68
- Mamie R. Gist, 68, member of a
pioneer Central Oregon family,
died Friday evening at the St.
Charles Memorial Hospital. Pre
ceded in death by her husband,
Lester Gist, in 1957, Mrs. Gist
had been ill for some time.
Surviving are two sons, Donald
Gist, Bend, and Myron L. Gist,
Milwaukle, and six grandchildren.
The family home in Bend was at
216 Delaware.
The Niswonger and Reynolds
Chapel is in charge of funeral ar
rangements, with services to be
held Monday at 2 p.m. at the
chapel. Burial will be in Deschutes
Memorial Gardens.
Spud shipment
report issued
REDMOND Number of 400-
cwL carlots of potatoes shipped
from the Oregon California mar
keting area during the week was
997, according to the weekly com
mittee report.
This brings the season s total
to 17,333 carlots, compared to 11,
706 at this time last year. Forty
per cent, or 398 carlots, went to
the fresh market and the re
mainder w,as diverted to other
District court
cases reported
Two persons appeared in Des
chutes county district court Fri
day to pay fines for traffic viola
tions. Disobeying a stop sign was $10
worth for Marvin Ralph Gage,
Michael Charles Pederson,
Bend, was fined $7.50 for operat
ing a vehicle with four persons
over 12 years of age in the dri
ver's seat.
Navy has suspended its plan to
rato officer-wife teams on their
suitability for social and diplo
matic contacts abroad.
The Navy said Friday the new
officer fitness report would be re
viewed by Navy Secretary Fred
Korth and "when the language is
adjusted to conform more clear
ly with the intent of the new sec
tions helping to assure that
suitable families are sent abroad
the necessary new instructions
will be issued."
"Your Confidence It
Our Sacrtd Trust"
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Phone EV 2-2471
Alliance church
names speaker
The Rev. Walter Olsen from the
Ivory Coast of Africa will be
speaking at the Bend Alliance
Church, 520 Lava Road, on Sun
day, Monday and Tuesday eve
nings. Services will be at 7:30
The Rev. Mr. Olsen went to the
Ivory Coast of West Africa in 1932
as a missionary under the Chris
tian and Missionary Alliance. He
has completed six terms of serv
ice. ,
The missionary has completed
five terms of service among the
Baoule people, the largest pagan
tribe of the Ivory Coast. His ear
lier terms were devoted to evan
gelism and short term Bible
School work but later his duties
as regional chairman required
considerable traveling and visit
ing of all the mission's stations
and districts.
His last term was spent in ac
tive Bible teaching and the train
ing of lay workers. In addition to
this, he served as chairman and
has a wide knowledge of the Iv
ory Coast work.
Annual Easter
campaign starts
Special to The Bulletin
REDMOND The annual East
er seal campaign started Thurs
day in Redmond under sponsor
ship of the Epsilon Sigma Alpha
Drive chairman is Mrs. W. A.
Hughltt. She has announced that
contributions may be mailed to
her at 209 N. 12th Street, Red
mond, or direct to the Oregon So
ciety for Crippled Children and
Adults Inc., 1135 S. W. Yamhill
Street, Portland.
Coin containers, posters and
publicity material are being dis
tributed throughout the area by
members of Alpha Mu Chapter of
ESA. Gamma Pi Chapter will be
in charge of lily sales Saturday,
April 14. The drive is scheduled
to end April 21.
Last year, a trip to Camp East'
er Seal for Diana Ruth Durham
of Sisters was sponsored by Al
pha Mu Chapter.
Police report
pair of arrests
James O. Newell, Bend, has
been cited to appear in municipal
court on a charge of violating
the basic rule m operating an au
tomobile. His bond was set at
Kenneth M. Robert of Vancou
ver, Wash., was arrested here
Friday on a traffic charge. He
was accused of failure to stop his
car at a control sign. Bond was
set at $10.
cost Mrs. Kurt Schroeder $200 to
avoid an $18 fine on a charge of
driving on the wrong side of the
The charge was dismissed
Thursday when the attorney and
a surveyor she hired at $100 each
proved that snow banks narrowed
the road and forced Mrs. Schroe
der to cross the center line.
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In and Out
of hospitals f
In Control Oregon &
Hie following are new patients
at St. Charles Memorial Hospital:
Mrs. Lena P I c a r d , Warm
Springs; Robert H. Lee, Gil
christ; Mrs. Ruth Holland, 1355
E. Second Street; Daniel Levi
sone, Redmond; Mrs. Woodrow
Smith, Warm Springs; Mrs. Carl
Wyatt, Gilchrist; Daniel Hendrix
Jr., Prineville; Mrs. Jerry At
wood, Princeton; Ralph Graham,
845 Ogden Avenue.
Dismissed were Mrs. Meta Tuf-
ti and Mrs. Mike Teeman, Warm
Springs; Julie Evans, Sisters,
and the following Bend residents:
Carroll Sanborn, Austin Burleigh,
Mrs. Jerry Settlemeyer, Mrs.
Jack Dallas and Jeffrey DeFoe.
PRINEVILLE New patients
admitted to Pioneer Memorial
Hospital are Joe Keerins, Stephen
and Robert Dickman, Beck Schill
ing, Piineville; Colleen Ormsby,
Madras; Mrs. Sidney Miller,
Warm Springs.
Released have been Cart Far
rand, Kevin Stoval, Mrs. Clarence
Best, Albert Milllgan, Robert
Capehart, Stephen and Robert
Dickman, Prineville; Mrs. Rich
ard Raymond and daughter Ka
ma Lynn, Paulina; Lewis Orrell
and Colleen Ormsby, Madras.
REDMOND New patients at
Central Oregon District Hospital
are: Mrs. Richard Knege, Terre
bonne; Mrs. Jim L. Shelby, Red
mond, and Mrs. Porocopio Aria
mende and Wayne M. Moe, both
of Madras.
Dismissed were Mrs. Mabel
Rennolds, Mrs. James McCul
lough and Cyrus P. Patterson, all
of Redmond.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kriege of
Terrebonne are parents of a son,
as yet unnamed. Bora March 16,
he weighed 7 pounds, 5M ounces.
Ceremony held
by Bend lodge
The annual re-obligation cere
mony by candlelight highlighted
the recent meeting of Bend
Rebekah lodge.
Visitors at the meeting were
Mrs. J. E. Robberson, a member
of Narcissa Rebekah lodge in
Walla Walla, Wash., and Mrs.
Alfred Leonard of Sunbeam Re
bekah lodge in Hermiston, Ore.
Both ladies are now Bend res!
Members have been Invited to
attend a Friendship Night meet
ing of the Sylvia Rebekah lodge
in Burns, Ore., on April 3.
A rummage sale is scheduled
for March 29 and SO in the former
Lumbermen! Insurance office on
Oregon Avenue. Mrs. Viola Ben
son is chairman of the sale.
The president's seal of perfec
tion in the unwritten work of the
order was presented to Mrs. Ken
neth Arnold, vice grand, by Mrs.
C. E. Hein, district deputy presi
dent. Mrs. Fred Gibson and Mrs. Ted
Meagher were in charge of the
social hour and refreshments fol
lowing the business session.
SALEM (UPI) The State
Board of Education will act on
proposed school district reorgani
zations in Baker and Yamhill
Counties when it meets here Wed
nesday. The new Baker district would
include all the present Hunting
ton District.
The Yamhill District would
merge districts at Carlton, Yam
hill, Lakeview, Yamhill Carlton
Union High, and part of Washing
ton County's Gaston Union High
A 10-year plan of development
for the Clatsop Community Col
lege at Astoria will be presented,
for the board's information.
gift-wrapped T.V. attachment
Parents report
of engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Shu
mate, formerly of Bend and now
of Lake Oswego, announce the en
gagement of their daughter, Lois
Louise, to AUe Tonning ol Seattle,
Miss Shumate, who attended
Bend High School, Is a student at
Lewis and Clark College, Port
land. .
Tonning is a graduate of Tronol-
heim Photography School In Tro-
nolhelm, Norway. He is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Kaare Tonning
01 siryn, Norway.
Date for the wedding has not
been set.
on reservoir
is signed
An agreement has been signed
between the Bureau of Reclama
tion and the Oregon State Game
Commission covering the admin
istration of fish and wildlife re
sources and facilities in the upper
portion of the Prineville Reser
voir, on the Crooked River Proj
ect in Central Oregon, regional di
rector H. T. Nelson of the Bu
reau of Reclamation in Boise,
Idaho, announced today.
The Bureau of Land Manage
ment and the National Park Serv
ice concurred in the agreement
Prineville Reservoir has a total
capacity of 155,000 acre-feet, and
is basically an irrigation storage
reservoir for lands of the Central
Oregon area. The project also
serves to provide flood control.
recreation, and fish and wildlife
benefits. The first storage in
Prineville Reservoir began in the
fall of 1960, and the first storage
water was available to irrigators
in the valley during the irrigation
season last year.
Under the agreement, the Ore
gon State Game Commission will
have responsibility for managing
fish and wildlife operations in the
upper limits of the reservoir. A
considerable part of the shoreline
In this area Is marshy, and is
not suitable for ordinary forms
of recreation. The State Game
Commission will plant these mar
shy areas to provide feed for mi
gratory birds, and may also con
struct roads and trails, marine fa.
cilities. and camping and plcnlck
Ing areas, Including sanitary and
water facilities.
"The agreement will not affect
the present operational methods
for Prineville Reservoir lor irri
gation and flood control," Nelson
The Bureau of Land Manage
ment will continue to handle graz
ing leasing on lands in the tipper
reservoir shoreline area which are
not needed for the Oregon State
Gamo Commission's program,
tion's newspapers were commend
ed Friday for outstanding public
service In the battle against tu
berculosis through the annual
Christmas Seal campaign.
The National Tuberculosis Asso
ciation said In a resolution the
newspaper publishing Industry
showed "public-spirited coopera
tion In the highest tradition of
journalism" by providing space
for the purpose of supporting the
BONN (UPI) Chancellor Kon
rad Adenauer conferred with his
cabinet for more than three hours
Friday in preparation for his de
parture Monday for a spring va
cation In Italy.
Adenauer, 86, discussed the for
eign and domestic situations with
his ministers. A spokesman de
clined to give details of the meet
passenger on a Swansea bus idly
passed his hand behind his seat
and clutched another hand.
The startled passenger called
the conductor, who In turn called
police. Then police called the Roy
al Institution of Wales it seems
the passenger had found their
2,900-year-old mummified hand
which was stolen a month ago.
But I guess
ff Shurre an'
M begorra . . . it's
ft good ole Saint m
Pat's day!
could go celebrate
with a Smorgasbord
feed tonight at the
Wearers o' the green, arise! Our Smorgasbord
line forms tonight at 5:00 lasts till 8:30. Do come!
BEND'S FAMOUS RESTAURANT at the foot of Oregon Ave.
Mrs. Morrell returns home
after winter visit in Texas
Spaclal to The Bullatln
SISTERS Mrs. Lillie Morrell
arrived home Tuesday afternoon
after an absence of over four
months. Mrs. Morrell had spent
the winter visiting her sister, Mrs.
Ophelia Rumley at her home In
Klute, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Don
Trushiem made Uie trip to The
Dalles to meet the train and bring
Mrs. Morrell to her homo here.
Harold Meyers and sons, Robin
and Gary of Pendleton, spent the
weekend here visiting his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Waller Mey
ers. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Potter of
Springfield, who were in the pro
cess of moving to the Dalil Pine
Mill near Warm Springs, were
guests Friday and Saturday nights
at Uie home of his sister and fam
ily. Mr. and Mrs. Burl Gilland.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wakefield
and daughter, Lee Ann, of John
Dav, spent the weekend visiting
at the home of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George Wakefield.
Mrs. Ida Strankman of Shellon,
Wash., arrived last Tuesday to
spend some time visiting her
daughter and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Barclay.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pearson
and sons, Ron and Mark, made a
trip to Portland on Tuesday. They
enjoyed a visit to the Portland
Zoo while there.
Overnight guests Tuesday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Mervln
Mrs. Nutley
taken by death
Spaclal to Tha Bullatln
REDMOND Word has been
received by friends In Redmond
of the death of Mrs. Frank Nut
ley, a long-time resident of Red
mond, at a sanitarium near her
home in Vacaville, Calif.
Mrs. Nutley reportedly suffered
a heart attack Sunday. . Death
came Monday. Services were held
Wednesday In Vacaville.
The Nutleys lived for many
years on a farm in northwest
County Sheriff Forrest D. Monroe
has accepted resignations from
four unhappy members ot tht
sheriff's reserve, a voluntary law
enforcement unit.
The quartet quit In a huff be
cause Monroe would not lot them
wear uniforms while Uiey distrib
uted campaign literature for Mon
roe's opponent in next June's
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costly overlapping coverage without giving you extra pro
taction. We plan your Insurance to yeu gat full protection
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B anything more 1
Wolf were Mr. and Mrs. Rodney
Converse and family of Lake
Dinner guests Sunday at the
h'me of Mr. and Mrs. Archie
Brown were Mr. and Mrs. Burl
Gilland and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Johnny Thompson, who-" has
been attending classes at Oregon
State University at Corvallis Uie
past term, spent the weekend vis
iting his moUier, Mrs. Opal
Thompson. Johnny is to leave Fri
day for Fort Ord, Calif., where
ho will servo a six months tour
of duty with the National Guards.
Word has been received by Mrs.
Frank Zumwalt of the deaUi of
her niece, Mrs. Ruby Terrel. in
Portland on Friday evening. Mrs.
Terrel lived in Sisters some years
ago when her father, George
SouUi, was a forest ranger here.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. MeFadden
left Monday on a trip to Portland,
where they were overnight guests
at Uie home of her sister, Mrs.
Dollie B. Wear. They returned
home on Tuesday.
An Extension Service Workshop
on "Know Your County Govern
ment" will be held for Uie people
from Sisters in Uie Circuit Court
Room of Uie County Courthouse
In Bend on March 29 at 8' p.m.
Those attending will be shown
through Uie building during Uie
evening. Anyone interested in at
tending these workshop meetings
is asked to contact Mrs. Mollis
Carlisle or Mrs. Fred Painter in
Sisters or the county agent. The
series of workshop meetings will
be on Uie subject of taxes. On the
schedule for April 5th IS "How
and Wheres of Financing;" on
April 19th. "Property Taxes;" and
on April 26th "Fair Share --Your
Share??" The last three meetings
wUl be held at the City Hall in
Sisters at t p.m. on Uie dates
Blaze blamed
on children
Children playing with matches
were blamed for a fire Friday
evening at the W. C. Edwards
residence, 466 Kansas Avenue. A
wall and flour were Involved. The
alarm was answered at 6: SO p.m.
This morning at 8.03, fir bi a
wall behind a stove was extin
guished at Uie home of Mrs. Ger
trude Wood, 136 Canal Pla&v
A run was made at 9:06 a.m.
to the Don Fahey residence, 1228
E. Tenth Street, where the motor
on an oil furnace burned out.
Damage was limited to Uie motor.
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