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Record-Eagle (Newspaper) - October 31, 1963, Traverse City, Michigan Page 6 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1963 RECORD-EAGLE, TRAVERSE CITY, MICHIGAN TWO NEW DIRECTORS AT MICHIGAN members of Michigan Mutual Auto In- surance Company met Wednesday for their initial session under an enlarged and reorganized mem- bership. Two new members have been added to the board of directors to handle the growing business of the firm. Left to right are J. H. Beers, director; Fred Bishop, secretary-treasurer; R. L. Sullivan vice-president in charge of agencies (new B. H, Henderson, director and W. E. Votruba, vice-president. Seated is C. C. McGuttin, president. (Record-Eagle Photo) Snow Fails to Ease Drought By UP1 Fresh snow tell in eastern Maine today and cold showers swept the northern plains. The moisture did liulo to ease the serious drought situation from inland New England to Texas. Strong winds fanned a raging fire In Arkansas' Ouachita national forost during the night. The blaze, burning out of control near the Oklahoma border, consumed acres of tinder-dry woodland. Search efforts lor five persons lost in the Maine wilderness were hampered by heavy snow. Up to 3 inches of new snow fell in the eastern part of the state during the night. Snow also fell in the Rocky Mountain states, with 4 inches at Leadville. Colo., 2 inches at Lander, "VVyo., and 1 Inch at Cas- per. Wyo. Rainfall across the northern plains ranged up to Inch. The 19S4 Old Farmer's Almanac to be published tomorrow said the coming winter will be warmer than normal but will bring more snow than usual. Above normal temperatures and subnormal precipitation will bring another drought next fall, the al- manac said. Fires broke out across the drought area yesterday. About 150 men fought a 700-ncre brush and woods fire near Columbus, Ohio. Four cement trucks were used to haul water to the blaze. Nearly 75 fires destroyed 120. of Georgia woodlands yes-! G> terday. More than acres have been consumed in the past 12 days. Vote Church Art Reforms VATICAN CITY, Ecumenical Oct. 31 Council (UPI) voted Driver Shaken Up in Collision Hilda Beck, 5D, R. 4, Traverse City, was shaken up Wednesday afternoon when her car was struck from behind in the 1100 block of E. Eighth street. The driver of the other car, Vivi- an M. Courtade, 41, 1075 Shore drive, was ticketed by city police for failure to stop in an assured clear distance. The Beck car had slowed down for a car ahead that was turning left, police said. overwhelmingly today to condemn Completes Hike the use of sleazy religious art and j Ohi0i Oct 31 (UPI) inappropriate images in Catholic i _A man rested here churches. j last night after completing the i The condemnation, approved by j last leg of a 385-mile walking trip a majority of 1.S38 to 9, is the last from Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., .to of the basic- liturgical reforms on this community near Toledo, which the council has been work-; Marion Pearson, a. businessman ing since its first session last and a vice president of Uie Inter- year. It says "beauty rather than mere costliness" should be the criterion in selection of religious art. While confirming the Catholic practice of placing images of the Virgin Mary and other saints In churches for the veneration of the faithful, the document emphasizes that images should be "moderate in number" and "doctrinally sound." One section calls lor care In the construction of churches to make sure that tho architectural design is suitable for public wor- ship and that it enhances the wor- shipper's participation in the serv- ice. national Walking Association made the walk to dramatize the opening of the final section in Michigan of Interstate 75 near Rudyard In the upper peninsula of Michigan on Friday. BOY FATALLY WOUNDED SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich., Oct. 31 (UPI) Andrew Lampiris, 15, of Sault Ste. Marie, was fat- ally wounded when a shotgun car- ried by Steven Jolineau, 14, also of Sault Ste. Marie, accidentally! discharged, police said yesterday. About two-thirds of the world's' supply of coffee comes from Bra- zil. MENT 1963 ristmas Club DUE 1964 Club STARTS SOON Watch for Announcement satin 1001 BAY STREET CORNER OF ELMWOOD MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION TRAVERSE CITY NORTHPORT EMPIRE 200 EXTRA GOLD BELL STAMPS WITH COUPON BELOW The Purest-The Finest SPARTAN SPARTAN Thick-Cut SLICED BACON for Whole Medium BEETS 303 CCPIS sliced CARROTS 303 cans Cream Style, Whole Kernel or Vac Pack CUKN Evaporated MILK tall COHS white HOMINY No. 2 cans whole Irish POTATOES 303 cans SAUERKRAUT 303 cans SPINACH 303 cans for APPLESAUCE 303 cans CATSUP 14-oz. btl. 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