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   Lima News, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1965, Lima, Ohio                                PACE FOUR THE LIMA NEWS. LIMA, OHIO WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 17, TODAYS LOG Births Admiaaiona ST. RITA'S Mrs. George W. BAKER, Wapakoneta; Mel. vin J. BOBERG. Delphos; Rob- ert BRAUN, 2241 N. Eastown Rd.: Mrs. Donald BREITIGAN, 919 Richie Ave.; Mrs. Margaret E. BROWN. 904 W. Spring; Stanley CARDER, 926 W. Spring Mrs. Mark CLEMENT, Spen- cerville; John COEHICK, St. Marys. Leneal COLLIER. 1691 Green- AMS, Kenton; Mrs. Victor BA KER. 733 S. Pine; Mrs. William BALDWIN. Rt 6, Wapakoneta. Pauline BRUMMETTE, Rt 4. Celina; Mrs. Harold DAVIS.i Wapakoneta. Mrs. Haroud M FOUST. 1008'2 TLLSDAY Mr MKMOKIAI, School Program Reduction Promised With Fall Term (Continued from page I) The only public note of hap- 109, No 95. H-Yes 110, No 94; 1 piness with Tuesday's balloting I Yes 81, No 140; J-Yes 50, No crease in the stale school fouu- came from eiections board offi- 91; K-Yes 48, No 36. Total MEMOIIIAM Mrs. Douglas R MILLER and'K Ray SHINABERY. Stew-stendent continued datiwi program approved by ciais workers Their j oy Yes 741, No and Mrs the legislators." the superin- came wlth the smoothly func- FOl'RTH WARD tioning mechanics of collecting infant. Ottawa: Lester M UE-'art Rd boy, Mr and Mrs Son- He said Guv James Rhodes' and counting ballots B-Yes A Yes 43, No 62; No C-Yes 133, No MRS. LUCILE WILHELM DELPHOS Mrs. Lucile Wil- helm. 70, died at p.m. Tuesday following a heart at- tack at the home of a niece. Mrs Roger C. Miller. Delphos. She was born here Jan. 9. '3. the daughter of Ernest TRECHT. 743 Judkins. ny RAINES. 203 W !4th. boy. program for a pay in- First precinct reporting to the 176 No 58: E-Yesi She .was in Mrs. William L. and Mrs. William WEST, crease for all teachers won't counting center was 1-B, 45 p-Yes 106 No'88- Louisvil'e' 319 N. Shawnee: Mrs. girl help because it is for all Ohio ed down the corridor from elec- 86 H-Yes 119 No Wilhelm' wno now resldes SE1GLER and infant. 338 Har-j WEDNESDAY-Mr and Mrs and thus proportionately doesn't tions board offices in the court- j'Yes )44 j_Yes 173 JoliilSOii a.-d WARNEKENT. 2042 N were expected at today's meet- ing of the board, an independ- ent, non-profit organization de- voted to research in business problems Thursday many of the same D ion. girl ,rison; Jennie L WILLS, 1105 Charles NATHAN. Randy WOODS..Fourth, boy N. Washington; Mrs. Alfred 130 S Scott: Otis, ST. RITA'S ert E. 1811 Zeitz Ave, 2832 Mrs. Floyd B. FRAL1CK. sic: Patricia HEMPFLING, Del-l phos; Mrs. Charles HOWARD. Continental. Mrs. Oscar KLEMAN, Otta- wa; William B. KLOSTERMAN, St. Marys; Anna Mae KNOTT. Columbus Grove; Timothy LEA, Wapakoneta; Mrs. Edith MAUK, 606 W. Robb Ave.: Merle MIL- LER, Elida; Phyllis PENCE, 1809 Lennox Ave. Donald F. PENDERGAST. 342 Ewing; Wade E. PHILPOTT. 2642 N. Eastown Rd.; Mathew ROBNOLTE, Oakwood; Thomas SENSABAUGH, Spencerville; Mrs. Rebecca STRAHM, Cri- dersville; Kenneth W. WURST, Delphos. 509 E aid Lima's competitive stance house Its ballots and supplies K-Yes 92 No 88' L-Yes'l20 Surviving are her husband Martin isn't optimistic about were in five minutes after polls No'45 Total'- Yes a sister- Mrs- Irma Muel" iler of Delphos. FIFTH WARD Mrs. Wilhelm formerly was chances for an increase in the closed at P-m 878 state program, however He BV P m a11 75 precincts observed the General Assem- Precmcl A Yes 62. No 67, employed as a bookkeeper for fct 1 11 vcu mi' ai naociu- u ._ ..v v, "nil i b'y's altiludes aren'l too favor- Ported. By 7.40 pm., the final B.Y -7 N ;J7 C.Y 6, Ohio Gas Co. tov PMr wiT able tcward such a bil1 WaS madC 30: D'Yes 44- No 49: E'Yes 68-' She was a member of St. TON, EHdandbovb Mr an" Mrs" "The people of Lima have No 98: G-Yes John's Catholic CbSX, its Ros- "The people of Lima have 79' K5' No 98: G'Yes John's church- its Ros' ,2 N deluded themselves into think- 106, No 128. H Yes 51, No 67. ary Altar Society and Sacred Well, the problem is here and Indications of the levy defeat businessmen will meet Johnson at the White House to hear DONATION SIXTH WARD League. Requiem High Mass will be offered at 9 a.m. Friday in the auuai'.n'. vriui iiiju a Voc Vi Xn 77 -----J WEDNESDAY Mr and 'f "ol Mdltln ballot counting. At 7 p m., when R r VH with Rev. Joseph I. Mrs James MILLER. Rt i. Declared precincts had tallied Schill celebrant. Burial will be Delphos, girl: Mr. and Mrs teacher reaction h d m f and m D Yes 48 No ji. E-Yes to in st John-s Cemetery. Friends i me- AJ.. to Tuesdav s defeat Lima Ed-. WJ- r-ves  and Amerlcan Town. in i- it. u r dlSlrlCl, BHO rtmCriCan 1 OWI1- approved courses in four areas, to continue the search for ways A Th tt incidental Thusn statistirs no nt nn sairi tho smP S latter, incidentai- These statistics point up. said to make the best possible con- the report, "that too man to a seemingly im- ,taft t _ voted for 43 to 40. Saigon Surviving are a granddaugh- Iter. Dorothy Gemke of Chicago. a daughter in law, Mrs. Mayme Gemke of Delphos. She was a member of St. school districts have an insuffi- possible situation cienl number of pupils to effi- He said teachers will attempt ciently conduct courses and pro- to "make the best of what we ST. RITA'S Mrs. James J. ARTMAN and infant, 2328 S. Larry; A. Leroy BARNRART, Cloverdale; Douglas SEINING, Ottoville; Jack L. BOHN, 864 W. Murphy; Willard CASS, Conti- nental; Paul EVERHART, Wa pakoneta; Mrs. George FISH ER, Fort Jennings; Mrs. Rob- ert T. HORSTMAN. Cloverdale. Mrs. John W. HUELSMEY- ER and infant, Wapakoneta; Mrs. Edwin E. KOCH, Wapa- koneta; Ralph MANSFIELD, Continental; Mrs. Roy MASON Jr. and infant, 674 N. Elizabeth; Mark A. MERICLE. Delphos; Timothy NICHOLS, Alger; Mrs. Bertha M. SMITH, Elida. MEMORIAL Cecil E. AD- THE LIMA NEWS Mlly Monday thrcugn Fridiy. morning and Sunday miming. Sutacrlptton ratn By Carrier 55 Per Week By Mill Within state Ohio ytar Dally, Saturday morning and Sunday morn'rtf. JI.M a ytar Daily and Saturday marnlng aniy. Mail Outside sfatt at Ohio 117.00 year Daily. Saturday morning and Sunday morning. Single 10 Cents Daily Cents On Sunday Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Entered ot Li-na Pest OHice At Second C.ass Mall Matter search arm cf the Ohio Generaljgrams designed to tc work with Assembly. marketable skills A meeting of the LEA steer- Lima's 1st Ward provided the (Continued from page 1) John's Catholic Church, its Ros- iggest rejection of the levy. iary Altar Society and Sacred j Heart League. Requiem High Mass will be rejectjon 3gJ9 for it and Following an 18 month study of Ohio public school goals and Of equal concern, said LSC.'ing committee was scheduled is the fact that "too few stu- practices, the LSC staff conclud-i dents are enrolled in the cours- erations on a course of action against a 501 vote difference nists were invohed A battalion It lost in all nine precincts in the ward. The heaviest vote for in th in anywhere from 200 to at 10 a-m- men the church, with Rev. Joseph the Initial reports said the SchU1 celebrant. Burial will ernment forces repulsed the at-jbe.ln St Cemetery. otati v, w..i vm.v. x. v M. u Cl dLlUlld UI1 d CUUI3C VI alUUIl. J4.L J t cio Q7O vtit- II 4. ir II ed public education falls short es" which are offered _ Out rf The plan will be presented to JS ..heavy casualtte ORA B. HARDIMAN Mrs. Ora B. Hardiman, 72, of 971 S. Central died at a.m. in the Allen County Home fol- lowing an illness of seven years. Born in Chicago, she had lived in Lima since 1950. Surviving are her husband, David; one son Norman Rob- inson of Chicago, and one grandson. She was a member of the Second Baptist Church, the Baptist Ladies League and the Ladies Aid. Arrangements are incomplete at Jones Brothers Mortuary. GEORGE W. GORDON CONTINENTAL George W. Gordon, 30, died at a.m. Tuesday in Defiance City Hos- pital following a heart attack. A woodworker, he had lived in Continental for 49 years. Born May 31, 1914. he was a son of Rollie and Myrtle Gor- don. Surviving are his wife, Lou- ise; a son, Charles, at home; a daughter. Mrs. Charles (Bar- bara) Rockhold of Continental; two grandchildren: a brother Donald of Lima: and two sis- ters, Mrs. Melvin (Shirley) Schroeder of Wapakoneta and Mrs. R. E. (Doris) Sanderson of Walbridge. Services will be Friday at p.m. in Walker Funeral Home. Burial will be in Mon- roe Cemetery. Friends may call at the fu- neral home. MRS. EDWARD KIESWETTER ELIDA Mrs. Edward Kies- wetter. 67. Rt. 2. died at a.m. today in Memorial Hospi- tal. Lima. Arrangements are incomplete at Barter and Son Funeral Home. Delphos. Mainly About People of providing an equal education for all Ohio youngsters. the estimated high school pupils who do not enter college Two areas in particular were I annually, only five or six thous- singled out by the commission I and take vocational wcrk. The as deficient educa-jreasons are mainly three: none, tion and education cf the too few courses available, turally deprived. "Over all." i lack of motivation, and lack LEA directors and members sometime next week, at which time it will be made public. Ammoi said. Dr. Howard Koch, co-chair- cincts favored the tax. tails were sparse. The 7 tonight- _ las struck shortly after 2 a.m.! eWaievy' siS fire awakened U'SJ Doctor Attends f." v? soldiers in a billet two miles1 precinSs in- Veterinary Meet Committee, the citizens' group said the report, "the presentof qua'ified guidance and coun-iwhjch led the unsuccessful 3.95- vocational curriculum is insuf f i-1 selmg services. it. cient. Current course offerings, In the area of the culturally night declared, "The troubles ovprail fh IP are inadequate, too few pupils i deprived. LSC found that only and problems are not solved. f ru 7- 'TH! One Vietnamese was wounded, i sponsored by the Cincinnati Vet- are served and the appropriate- scattered programs in a now will become more ,ptf' Trails of b'ood around the out-lerinary Medical Association. III I 1 e" flicted on the Viet Cong but de-ier Helmkamp Funeral Home The Thursday Morning Bible class, which convenes weekly from to in the YMCA chapel, will study Luke 44 this week under tutelage of Rev. Thomas Gossard. Rev. Gossard has chosen "The Tri- umphal Entry" for his topic. The class is non denomina- tional and open to the public without registration or fee. volveci in the battle In the firsl two hours of the1 Dr R. B. Schneidhorst. 235 'wiin.il ieu me uiisuLeessiui j.ao- cfu n, u.. lttu ui me mill levy campaign, Tuesday ,n et e lev> by engagement two defenders S Pierce, attended a short night declared, "The troubles m IQ were killed and lfi wounded, i course in veterinary economics, ___ __, __i___i MVeidli, UlC lUbl III OJ Hun hw ftrminMnf: districts now exist in Ohio. because of this." are served and the appropriate- ness of courses is questionable." "At a time when demand for skilled workers in many fields is growing, the evidence problems of the don't understand what it's to a need for re vitalization. deprived." said the report. about." updating and expansion of Ohio are not meetingj in a statement issued Mon- "School'ng appears to offer thei He said he is "sorry for the best hope fcr amelioration They'll suffer for this and r. g'vmg tne levy its larg- post in Cincinnati Tuesday. ____ ___ Dr. Schneidhorst operates the heavy casualties but carried County Animal Hospital cated the Viet perimeter indi- suffered a Ohio's vocational education pro- the report added. To back up their conclusion. this challenge, said the commis-jday for release today, Dr. Koch sion which added that "theseland SOS co-chairman John Tim- students fail in the school sys- merman said, "The proper atti- the commission cited State De-item, and their needs are tude after defeat must be the partment of Education statis-jfailed by the school system." search for another solution. The tics which showed that in 1960-J New and improved programsjproblem won't disappear. Only .g6' 61. 45 per cent of Ohio high in both these areas will particular attempt at a so- In IdvOr, T-fi513 their dead and wounded- The battle apparently was re- joined late today when govern- tne Dig- ment troops caught up with the was J-M, fleeing viet Ccng in Reported 14 against A military spokesman re- the largest ted a c g A d with J on South Pierce Street. WILLIAM LAWRENCE HOLE William Lawrence Hole, 48, of 620 Albert died at a.m. today in his home following an illness of four months. He was employed at Baldwin Lima Hamilton Corp. for 20 yeart. Born April !4, 1916. in Find- lay, he was a son of William and Eva Hole. He had lived In Lima 40 years. Surviving are his wife, Zilpba. his step-mother, Mrs. Mattte Burrows of Spencerville; a sdjp- son, Wayne L. Foremen of Los Angeles, Calif: two daughters, Mrs. W. E. (Edith Swaney of 2145 Old N. Dixie and Miss San- dra Blakley Hole of S. Elizabeth; a brother, Verl et Toledo; a sister, Mrs. Gaylord of Red Bluff, Calif.; and three grandchildren. He was a member of the First Assembly of God, Men's Fellow- ship of the church and the Roy- al Rangers. Mr. Hole a veteran of World War II. Sen-ices will be Friday at p.m. in the church. Rev. T. E. Hartshorn will officiate, and burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. Friends may call at Chiles and Sons Laman Funeral Home until 1 p.m. Friday when the body will be removed to the church. LITTIE HATCHETT Mrs. Littie Hatchett, 59, for- merly of Lima, died Sunday in Owensboro, Ky., following an ex- tended illness. Surviving are a son, James Coleman of 121 E. Eighth; a daughter, Miss Margaret Hatch- ett of Owensboro, Ky.; a broth- er, Jesse H. Jackson of Owens- boro: a sister, Mrs. Grace Jack- son of Louisville, Ky.; and 13 grandchildren. Services will be Thursday at l p.m. in Owensboro. The body is at Hanes Funeral Home, Owensboro. United Prayer Group will convene at 2 p.m. Thursday in Trinity Methodist Chapel. The meeting is open to the public. Officer (Continued from pago 1) schools offer no vocational education courses at all. Many in uuiu caicaa i mis yai Ln'uiai tfucuipL 411 a ou- t 7 -R ground lire in d Helicopter additional financial support onllution will have failed. But the enaea ln a operation 35 miles southeast cf the state, federal and local i fact that such an attempt was tie. that do provide little variety, levels, added the commission, i made provides the hope for that For example, last year only In many areas it will mean that final successful undertaking." six school districts offered ap- proved courses in five or more "local autonomy probably will have to give way to a greater (The full statement appears in The biggest vote against came in precinct it was defeated by the man wounded Tuesday by 9B Cone eround fire in heliconter H JH wirh h H? "eVer CV6" g0t 8 chance ned with one child: Walter A ,to tell us he was leaving the Bowe, 32. this official said. "We Saigon The man was serving Political Afvartaunant vocational areas. Six others had degree cf state planning." Paid Political Advcrtnment ttI v'tes: J editorial page.) of 11J of a U.S. TteArniv also reported clos- married with one child; Khaleel 22. Brooklyn-born Paid Political Advcrtnment -w page Paid Political Advertisment votes against. 41 to 152. terror Army billet at Qui Nhcn had reached 23 with the MEET CHRIS MORRIS Your Candidate This_thirdI election in less than discovery of an unidentified hike was American in the wreckage. Pre- tor_ pro- viousiy the Armv had listed 22 a year on a school the best showing ponents In May. 1964. a 5-mill men as missing Their bodies lev> polled 0.106 votes in faxor. also were D.8I6 against television commentator and member of a political party that advocates separation of French-speaking Quebec citizens from the rest of Canada. Collier, who received an- 'other-than-honorable discharge American units in the area, MAYOR 01 LIMA .-iiiici in luc t- In the November. 1964. gener-270 mi, northeast of a man a.fight in T undenvent muster roll calls to- in was said W. VOteS" to tr, tc identify the vie-, vOO r, rt e-9 1 C ti-Lft 399 against. 9.176 for. tim t" S rescue Here's the precinct break- found the bodjes of three vjet, down on Tuesday S vote: nampsp in thp wrpokasp FIRST WARD Sals "He was completely on his own with the most fanatic inner circle of the conspiracy mob." The official said: "Wood did the greatest police job ever, his cover was so good the conspira- tors still don't know how we got the information." Wood kept a diary of his un origi-jdercover activities, but he had 11, !-v to have broached plans get it out of his possession teams also three-man teams to destroy U.S. daily and into the hands of a 'from military service after didn't know where he was. He couldn't risk contacting us. If he, had been killed, we would notj[ have known it. MARY E. CASPERSON SPENCERVILLE Mrs. Mary Casperson, 84, died at a.m. Tuesday in Lima Memo- rial Hospital following an ex- tended illness. Born in Augalize County oa Aug. 9, 1880, she was a daugh- ter of Frank and Malinda Bow> ersock. In 1897, she married Oli- ver Casperson who died in 1949. Surviving are six daughters, Mrs. George Butt of Rt. 2, Mrs. William Miller and Mrs. Cora Doty, both of Spencerville; Mrs. Farrel Bruner of Rt. 3, Wapa- koneta; Mrs. Vernon Place of Buckland and Mrs. Susan Reier of Toledo; two sons, Jesse of Lima and Earl of Spencerville; 28 grandchildren; 54 great grandchildren; a brother Grover Bowersock of Spencerville, and a sister, Mrs. Gill Brockett of Spencerville. She was a member of Trinity Methodist Church. Services will be Friday at p.m. in C. B. Miller and Son Funeral Home. Burial will be in Spencerville Cemetery. Friends may call at the fu- neral home. Court Rejects Felony Charges On Jan police contact. Commissioner; Miss Duclos, according to a f A v v -o .3? who [United Nations official, tried to Precinct 32. No 103: bombi sajd ,wo e ,0. espoused the idea of blowing up get employment at the United of Llbey. heiNations early last month. He N" No o sjve cha uscd !n th There's Nothing We Con Do About The Post THINK MORE ABOUT THE FUTURE We Spend Most of Our Time! No ito: E-Yes 37. ]7 expicsion were cornposed Of the old bitch." said she sought a post as a v x- 110: G-foreign made dvnamite and %.Aftf VISltmg the >n reader of U.S. documentary Us 46 No 102. H-'ies 41. No weigned 4n each Each New York narbor- Bowc bought (broadcasts in French, but ap- I-Ves o5 No 91. Total charge was ,aced m a suit. a souvenir replica of it and was parently faUed tests given her. IPS 3nR Nn MO ac OA Yes 389. No 890. SECOND HARD Precinct Yes 147. No 84. B- case One was placed against ('uoted as saying. "This is so The tall blonde, wearing a the wall at ihe back of the eas-v we "P dress and coat, protested building and one against the knock out the Liberty Bell in j when she was held in S! "SS-ft- Chris Morris Condidott for Moyor 1 SI AMI I OH HONESTY SINCERITY INTEGRITY 134; D-Yes 74. No 120: E-Yes 112. No 120: F-Yes 92. No 122: G-Yes 45. No 77: H-Yes 99. No 111 86 No 1.122 THIRD WARD Precinct A Yes 54. No 34: B Yes 49. No 33: C-Yes 34. No third charge into the lobby Government Sworn In Said Murphy. "They also had a discussion concerning a simul- ,v v iv In taneous destruction of the v "'LJ-Yes mi.se government of Premier Washington Monument, the Lib- >oJ39. Total Yes 916. phan Hu> Qua, was sworn jn erty Bell and the Statue of Lib- formallv todav IS Ambassa- crt-v- adding "We know they charges of drawing checks without sufficient funds against George Parthemore, Rt. 5, were dismissed by Muni- cipal Court Tuesday afternoon following preliminary bearings on the felony counts. Judge Roger D. Andrews ruled insufficient evidence had been shown to prove without reasonable doubt the offenses had been committed. The charges were filed by Charles 0. Dibble who alleged Parthmore cashed checks for and at his service station on Dec. 29 and Jan. 6. bail by U.S. Commissioner Earle N. Bishopp. "I am an honorable person." she said. "I have to work. sir. I am a reporter. I can't find tbati Collier, after his arrest, was: WILHELM, Mrs. Margaret- Funeral Notices l V fc' i _-___. _-----__ f __ Taylor Dep have contacts in other quoted as saying he plotted be Fnday al uty Ambassador I" Alexis John- son immediately paid a one- We have no idea how blow up the "American shrines Siferd Chap- n Voc OS- V Voc 11 a VIIK- oK. U-Yes o4. No E-Yes 41. h volved. 01 nc- f v-x. nour ca" lo P'W'ge American No 76: F-Yes 91. No 116: G-Yes many people might be in because "I wanted to draw at lention to the condition of my TO HERE AIIE MV pQfttC the COlj'i'v C'tv fcrce betierTieni of L irro o--'d >4s oreo its people united >n o To woHc t1 c recl'zat rn Limo by Pnvctc l? TO Foster o Center m D TO instil' r.'C trgs' 0 TO instill good sourd ores' p, 'e- t c' 3-.C i osk every THE Vote IntetlitenHyT Informed! S I I AMECHE FOOD OFFER r? backing On Monday. Murphy said. el. Burial will be in Memo- rial Park Cemetery. race. Reliable smin-rs said Taylor Canadian royal police' Collier was a member of aj HENKENER. Ben Services and Johnson pledged continued that Miss Duclos had driven across the Canadian border in a car containing the dynamite and American aid Gene Reonran Geo. Hawkey PRESCRIPTION CENTER Nat'l Bank Bldg. COMPLETE SICKROOM RENTAL EQUIPMENT Hospital Beds WALKERS CRUTCHES CANES CHAIRS TREE DELIVERY PHONE 229 M2! student delegation that traveled to Cuba in 1964 in defiance of a will be Thursday at 2 p.m. in Vornholt Funeral Home. New State Department ban. and is Krmville Burial will be in Pfl- blasluig caps. A police radio car the self-styled leader of the ser Rune Cemetery. took up thc trail on the U.S. side and followed her to a parking Black Liberation Front. He was being held by city police pend lot on 239th Street in the j ing issuance of a federal war- Rivcrdale section of the Bronx, l rant. an area of luxury Bowe and Sayyed were held in and private homes. 1550.000 bail each. About 3 15 a.m.. Murphy said. _ Wood met Miss Duclos" at a instructor izuth Street rendervnus Fair Play for Cuba About a tn Wood and Collier Committee Sayyed is a former FRYSINGER. Rex Ray Services will be Thursday >t p.m. in Spencerville Unltad Church of Christ Burial wflTbe in Spencerville Cemetety. a judo Friends may call at Lets IV a supporter of the neral Home. to the lot and started to transfer thc dynamite and caps policf closed in 'That is the end of it." Mur- ph> said BECKER. George -Services will be Friday at 2 p.m. in School of Engineering in Wash Spencerville United af ington. D.C Miss Duclos. student at Howard University Btrne and Cemetery Friends may Sayyed all were charged at Lets Funeral Home. was picked up by FBi amrts at home on East ifflh Manhattan City detec- tives seized Sawed in his ta- to destroy federal property Collier currently is charged under state laws with possession and intent to use ex- ptosives. ther's Brooklyn delicatessen.; defendants face a maxi arxJ Miss Duclos was picked op as she left a West 81st Street building in Manhattan Wood mas always in danger, a police official said, but never more so than when he was tak- en to Quebec with the plotters to, buy dvnamrte there. mum 10 years in prison and 000 fines each on the federal charge of conspiring to dyna- mite government property. On the charge of wapnny vio- lation, a felony, they cook) get up to seven yean in jail and fines. FOIT. Mrs. Orthella Serv- ices will be Thursday at 2 in Keiper Funeral Home, kirk Burial win be in Dunkirk Cemetery. BUBP. Mrs. Harriet M. Services wflj be Thursday in Yoder and FnneraJ Hcsne, St Marys, Rev. Bruce Weodt ofrkiatinf: Burial win be in Cemeterv.   

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