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a a WOMAN FREED IN BUCHANAN Companion Fined After Kidnap Scare. The Tribune's Special Service. BUCHANAN Mrs. Marilyn E. Jones, 22, Lansing, found in New Buffalo Tuesday night after her father reported she had been kidnaped, was released to her father here Wednesday afternoon.

Her companion was arraigned this morning for traffic violations. Vernon J. Simcox, 25, Lansing, fore Justice Jerry y. Lauver pleaded guilty this morning drunk driving and driving while his license suspended, was ins, the fined $54.90 for the drink driving charge and sentenced to 10 days in jail, plus paying $4.90 court costs, for the second charge. He remanded to the Berrien County jail, St.

was, Joseph. An investigation Wednesday by Michigan State Police and Berrien County sheriff's deputies revealed no evidence of kidnaping in Mrs. Jones' disappearance from Lansing Tuesday. The woman's husband is now in prison, according to State Police. With Another Friend.

Mrs. Jones told police that she left home of her own will. She said the two had planned to go to Rockville, together. While she was riding in Lansing in the car of James Howchette, another boy friend, she changed her mind, she told police. She told Simcox later that she didn't want to go, she said.

But, when Simcox began driving toward Indiana with Mrs. Jones in the car, she never asked him to take her home, she said. A note found on the restroom mirror at Gulf Service, 221 S. Broadway, Cassopolis, started off an area search for the two. note, lipstick 9 The written with by Mrs.

Jones read, "On way to Rockville, Ind. Chevrolet with Ill. plates. James Howchette, Lansing, and was signed, "Mary Call Police said Mrs. Jones had many chances to get away from Simcox during the ride, as they stopped for food and went into a tavern.

Mrs. Jones. might have written the note to let Howchette know where she was, police said. A similar note was written by Nrs. Jones in a gas service station at Homer, Mich.

PASTOR LISTS YULE PROGRAM The South Bend Tribune, Thursday, December 22, 1960. will be colder in the Northern and Central Atlantic coast states; warmer in the Southern Plains. Associated Press, Wirephoto Map. 10 Data From U.S. WEATHER BUREAL 307 10 Dept.

of Commerce 10 20 LOW 40 29.77 10 (HIGH HIGH 30.50) 30.53 20 HIGH 30.36 40 30 Rein Snow FORECAST I Intil. Friday Morning figures Show Low Temperatures Expected PARTLY CLOUDY AND CONTINUED COLD FRIDAY The South Bend-Mishawaka area will have partly cloudy and continued cold weather tonight and Friday with some scattered snow flurries and zero temperatures tonight. Snowflurries are expected tonight across Northern New England, in Northern and Western New York, Western Pennsylvania, West Virginia, the Ohio Valley, the Great Lakes region, the Upper Mississippi Valley and the Central Plains. It LOCAL OBITUARY. Otto L.

Dowling. Otto L. Dewling, 79, of 633 S. 26th died at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday in the River Park Nursing Home.

He had been ill for the last month. He was a retired farmer. He was born in Clark County, and moved here six years. a ago from 1 Borden, Ind. He Melinda South i in Clark County, in 1902.

She died in 1948. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Kenneth Whitson, of Bordon, Mrs. Jennings Wade Denver, Mrs. Garth Fleming of Auburndale, and Mrs.

Walter Wade of South Bend; two sons, Orville E. Dowling of South Bend and Oren W. Dowling of Mishawaka; 23 grandchildren; 28 great-grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. George Durham, of Campbellsburg, Ind. Friends may call in the Bubb Chapel, Mishawaka, from 5 p.m.

until p.m. today. On Friday the body will be taken to the Dennis Funeral Home in Borden. Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Church of Christ in that city.

Rev Otis Scott, pastor, will officiate and burial will be in Martinsburg, Ind. Joseph F. Deranek. Joseph F. Deranek, 70, of 1038 Adams was dead arrival at St.

Joseph's Hospital at 7 p.m. Wednesday after suffering a heart attack. He was a retired employee of the Bendix Corp. where he worked as a tool and die maker until two years ago. He was a member of Bendix Local 9, and of Local 1384.

International Assn. Machinists. He was born on Oct. 8, 1890, in South Bend. His wife, Sophia, survives.

Also surviving are six sons, Alex, Robert, Richard, Joseph Jr. and Jame Deranek, all of South Bend, and Chester Deranek of Mishawaka; a daughter, Mrs. Phyllis Fay, of South Bend; a stepson, Paul Polinski, of Chicago; 14 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Friends may call after 7 p.m. today in the St.

Joseph Funeral Home, where services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday. Rev. George J. Welsh, C.S.C., pastor of Holy, Cross Catholic Church, will officiate and burial will be in 2 Joseph Cemetery.

The rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. today in the funeral home by members of the Knights of Columbus. Mrs. Paul M. Szabo.

Mrs. Mary Szabo, 80, of 818 Thomas died at 5 a.m. today in St. Joseph's Hospital after an illness of three years. She was born in Hungary on Feb.

12, 1880, and had lived here 75 years, coming from Hungary. As Anna Mary Nemeth, she was married to Paul Michael Szabo, who died in 1950. Surviving are four sons, Louis, Paul, Frank and Joseph Szabo, all of South Bend; five daughters, Mrs. Ann Curzytek, Mrs. Edward McCann, Mrs.

Emery Horvath and Mrs. Samuel Adelo, all of South Bend, and Mrs. John A. Melton of Niles; seven grandchildren; and a half-brother, John Kish, of South Bend. Friends may call after 7 p.m.

today in the Nemeth Funeral Home. Services will be at 9 a.m. Saturday in St. Stephen's Catholic Church with Rev. Joseph P.

Horvath, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery. Jacob M. Kuczmanski. Jacob M.

Kuczmanski, 82, who resided in the home of his son, The Day's Record. Births. REICHANADTER Mr. and Mrs. Keith Reichanadter, 235 N.

Sheridan son, Dec. 21, St. Joseph's Hospital, LOVELACE Mr. and Mrs. William Lovelace, 714, LaSalle son, Dec.

22, St. Joseph's. FENNER Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fenner, 54170 26th son, Dec.

22, St. Joseph's. MATTHYS Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Matthys, 58902 Ind.

123, son, Dec. 21, St. Joseph's, McQueen, M'QUEEN 55151 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Dec.

21, St. Joseph's, Holmes daughter, Kattles, KATTLES 1531 Elwood Mr. and Mrs. Larry son, Dec. 22, St.

Joseph's. Srynski, 1519 Fisher Mr. and Mrs. Dec. Eugene son, St.

Joseph's. LEE Mr. and Mrs. Percy Elder daughter, Dec. 21, Memorial Hospital.

VICSIK Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Vicsik, 25578 W. Edison daughter, Dec. 21, Memorial.

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bralik, Edwardsburg, daughter, Dec, 21, Memorial. JONES Mr. and Mrs.

Robert. Jones, 1435 Memorial. E. Bowman daughter, Dec. 21, CIRA Mr.

and Mrs. J. Richard Cira, Mooresville, daughter, Dec. Memorial. SNYDER Mr.

and Mrs. Larry SnyMemorial. Hollywood son, Dec, 21, M'CORMICK Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCormick, Winamac, daughter, Dec.

(21, Osteopathie Hospital. ADRIAN PLANT BIDS REJECTED Business Leaders Cheered by GSA Action. ADRIAN, Mich. (UPI) Civic and business leaders were cheered today by the action of the General Administration in rejecting all bids for the giant former Air Force plant here. The GSA announced yesterday that all bids had been rejected and new bids for the (square-foot plant will be for soon.

No date was set. The action climaxed a threeweek battle by city officials to have the apparent high bid passed lover in an effort to save the sprawling facility as a factory. The Strom Machinery Hammond, bid $3,050,000 for the plant on Dec, 1 with the announced intention of scrapping the machinery, 650 Workers Laid Off. The second high bidder, HarAluminum Co. of Torrance, bid $2,256,000 for the and offered a plan to put it in operation and return some of the several thousand jobs lost in the southeastern section of Michigan in recent years.

Bridgeport Brass Co, recently pulled out of the plant and put an estimated 650 persons out of work. The action was only one in a series of hammer-blows which have made Adrian and Lenawee County a critical labor surplus area in recent years. The GSA announcement also noted that there were only three bids on the facility at the Dec. letting in Chicago. The agency said, "it is hoped that additional bids will be received at the second sale." Offered Tax Concessions.

The third bidder, a Chicago firm, also planned to scrap the plant. Harvey indicated after the first bid letting that it was willing to negotiate on the bid and perhaps raise its price. City officials had met with representatives of the firm and worked out tax concessions. The higher bid by Strom came as a crushing blow to hopes of area leaders. They immediately called for help from Rep.

George Meader, congressman from the 2nd District and Michigan's two Democratic senators, Patrick V. McNamara and Philip A. Hart. The three made a joint approach to the GSA asking that 1 the plant be spared to be put back in operation if possible. GENERAL OBITUARIES.

Horatio G. Gillmor. WASHINGTON (P- Horatio G. Gillmor, 90, retired rear admiral of the U. S.

Navy, died Wednesday of cancer. Gillmor, who was born in Menominee, gradulated from the Naval Academy in Annapolis in 1891. George Washington Earp. JOPLIN, Mo. -George Washington Earp, 96, known as the last of the "Fighting Earps" and a first cousin of Marshal Wyatt Earp of frontier fame, died Wednesday of a stroke.

He once served briefly as a deputy marshal under Wyatt at Dodge City, Kan. He had been a land dealer, lawyer, U. S. marshal, internal rev revenue man and merchant. Frank Mallen.

TUCKAHOE, N. Y. (P- -Frank Mallen, 63, publisher and owner of the Westchester Law Journal, died Tuesday of a heart attack. Dr. Eric T.

Bell. WATSONVILLE, Calif. (UPI)Dr. Eric Temple Bell, 77, sor emeritus of mathematics at California Institute of Technology land a noted scienc writer the pen name John Taine, died yesterday after a long illness. Bell was one of the nation's most prominent specialists in the theory of numbers and is credited with solving outstanding problems in the field.

He published nearly 300 scientific papers and 10 books on mathematics. Frank J. Lewis. PALM BEACH, Fla. (UPI) Frank J.

Lewis, 93, millionaire philanthropist honored by the late Pope Pius IX, died at his winter home here yesterday after a heart attack, Lewis, founder of the F. J. Lewis Manufacturing of Chicago, received the highest honor attainable for a Roman Catholic layman when he was named a "Knight of the Pope." He was noted for his philanthropy to Roman Catholic organizations, cluding a $1 million donation to Chicago's Loyola University. He married the former Julia Deal of Chicago in 1928. Among his 114 living descendants are five sons and a daughter.

Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery, Chica- go. Boris Cheranovski, MOSCOW (UPI)-Boris Cheranovski, 64, an aircraft designer, died Dec. 17, the government newspaper Izvestia reported yesterday. Dr. William E.

Knickerbocker. NEW YORK (UPI)-Dr. William E. Knickerbocker, 75, professor emeritus of romance languages at City College, died yesIterday of a heart attack. INDIANA MICHIGAN OBITUARY.

EL ELKHART-Ralph INDIANA. L. Pontius, 58, of 210 South Shore Wednesday. Funeral 2 p.m. CDT Saturday, where in the friends Walley may Funeral call after Friday noon.

Henry S. Moore, 69, of 120 Park, today. Services 1:30 p.m. CDT Saturday in the White Funeral Home, where friends may call after 1:30 p.m. Friday.

CULVER Howard Glenn Albert, 64, of 423 State today. Rites 3 p.m. Saturday in the United Church of Christ. Friends may call in the Easter- FINANCE FIRM MERGER PLAN IS APPROVED INDIANAPOLIS (P) A plan to merge Wabash Finance Co. of Indianapolis and Indian Finance Co.

received approval of Wabash stockholders Wednesday. Indian stockholders had taken similar action Tuesday. Joseph E. O'Daniel, president of Indian, said the name Wabash will be dropped when the merger is completed Jan. 2.

He said Wabash stockholdwill get one share of Indian stock for each shares of Wabash. O'Daniel said the merger will give Indian capital for million and assets of more than $7 million. Indian has offices in Evansville, Indianapolis, Terre Haute and Louisville, Ky. Wabash formerly had offices in Knightstown, Orleans and Pendleton as well 88 in Indianapolis but closed the three branches. BUENOS AIRES GIRL ENGAGED TO RUSK'S SON BERKELEY, Calif.

on David P. Rusk, son of the newly designated secretary of state, is engaged to marry Delcia Bence, her parents announced yesterday at their home in Buenos Aires. The couple, students at the University of California here, plan to marry in August and continue their studies here after the wedding. Rusk is the eldest child of Mr. and Mrs.

Dean Rusk of Scarsdale, N. Y. Miss Bence is Carlos the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Bence.

Young Rusk and Miss Bence, met while she was attending Scarsdale High School in 1957-58 on an American Field Service scholarship. BIDS OPENED ON I.U. HALLS BLOOMINGTON, Ind. UP An Indianapolis construction firm submitted a pair of low bids Wednesday to build two Indiana University residence halls. The F.

A. Wilhelm Construction Co. bid $4,367,747 as a base price for erecting a 252-unit residence hall for married students. A low bid of $370,164 was submitted same firm to build a cooperative student dormitory for Bid winners will be announced later. Both dormitories will be' constructed on a self-financing basis, with no state tax funds used.

TAUBE FIRM GIVES PARTY Taube Printing Co. employees, members of their families and guests held their annual Christmas party Wednesday night in the Morrey Party House. Alex Ewald played his concertina for round and square dancing after a dinner. C. C.

Smith led the group in singing Polish, Hungarian, German and English Christmas carols. A new employee, Egon Klinger, recently of Germany, and Mrs. Klinger made the employee gift presentation speech in German, then in English. Bonus checks were distributed. STONE FIRM SETS DIVIDEND The Tribune's Special Service.

CHICAGO Directors of Stone Container Corp. have declared a quarterly dividend of 20 cents a share on common stock, payable Jan. 24 to Jan. 3 holders. Norman H.

Stone, chairman and president, noted that the payment is the 56th consecutive quarterly dividend. He said the directors who took no action on a stock dividend because of "general business conditions and heavy outlays that have been budgeted for plant expansion." FIRMS TO MERGE. VERMILLION, O. (SPI) -The Wakefield manufacturer of commercial and industrial lighting equipment, has announced plans to merge with Abrasive and Metal Products of Detroit. The merger involves a stock transaction of more than $1 million and is subject to stockholder approval.

The Detroit firm makes abrasives and grinding wheels for industry. IN FRATERNITY. Patrick Reardon, 1264 E. Colfax has been initiated into Alpha Kappa Psi, national commerce fraternity, at Marquette University, Milwaukee. VARIED WEATHER.

-MADRID Temperatures in this Spanish city sometimes range 50 degrees in a day, ROAD CARRIES 50,000 AUTOS Funeral Home. Survivors include a stepson, Donald Davis, of Mishawaka, and a sister, Mrs. Ines Lichtenbarger, of South Bend. ARGOS Jacob D. VanDerweale, 82, of 418 S.

Michigan Wednesday. Funeral 2 p.m. Saturday in the Grossman Funeral Home, where friends may call after 7 p.m. today. FULTON Services 2 p.m.

Friday in the Ditmire-Davidson Funeral Home, Fulton, for Mrs. Emma Richardson, 82, formerly of Fulton, who died Tuesday in Kokomo. KINGSFORD HEIGHTS John A. Gembalo 35, of 429 Grayton Wednesday, Rites 9:30 a.m. Saturday Immaculate Heart of Mary Church.

Friends may call in the Essling Funeral Home, LaPorte, after 7:30, p.m. today. SYRACUSE Anderson Wogoman, 71, of 224 W. Cortland Wednesday. Funeral 2 p.m.

CDT Saturday in the Harris Funeral Home. LIGONIER Shirley M. Loy, 69, of Rt. 1, Ligonier, Wednesday. Services 1:30 p.m.

CDT Saturday in the Ulrey-Sedgwick Funeral Home, where friends may call after Friday noon. HAMLET Mrs. Vera L. Herbst, 600, of Rt. 1, Medaryville, in Salem, Ill.

Rites 2 p.m. Friday in the Rannells Funeral Home, Hamlet. HIBBARD Mrs. Leah Grace, 75, today. Funeral 1 p.m.

Saturday in the Easterday Funeral Home, Culver. KENDALLVILLE were held today for Edmund R. Remer, 77, who died Tuesday. LAPORTE Mrs. Marie Luzinski, of the Anderson Sanitarium, Wednesday.

The body is in the Essling Funeral Home. MICHIGAN. THREE OAKS Morris G. McGawn, 92, retired Three Oaks banker and industrialist, Wednesday night. The body is in the H.

B. Connelly Funeral Home. Services 2 p.m. Friday in the Church for Mrs. Ralph Quinton, Hayworth, mother of Mrs.

P. J. Walton of Three Oaks. She died Monday. BENTON HARBOR Leo Ben Locke, 74, of 1088 Ogden late Wednesday.

Funeral 9 Catholic a.m. Saturday in St. John's Church. Friends may call in the Reiser Funeral Home. Services 2:30 p.m.

today in B'nai Sholom Synagogue for Benjamin Bublick, 57, of 542 Western who died Wednesday, Ward N. Lambert, 82, City of David, early today. Friends may call in the Florin Funeral Home. Howard M. Stanley 63, of 1063 Hall Wednesday.

Friends may call in the Robbins Bros. Funeral Home. EDWARDSBURG Henry, Dryer, 44, Rt. 2, Wednesday. Survivors include two brothers, Alex and Leonard, and a sister, Mrs.

Clarence Luke, all of South Bend. His widow is the former Ann Louise Mochour of South Bend. CENTREVILLE Mrs. Cora May Moore, 89, Rt. 1, early today.

Services 2 p.m. Saturday in the Geisler Funeral Home, Constantine. NILES Mrs. Henry E. Schrump, 82, of 615 Howard early today.

Services 2 p.m. Saturday in Pifer Funeral Home. Services 2 p.m. Friday in Pifer Funeral Home, here for Fred G. Swartwood, 71, of S.

Maple Grant Park, Ill. He died Tuesday. Results of Survey Revealed by Mackie. Harry Kuczmanski at 507 S. Jackson died there at 12:50 p.m.

Wednesday after a month's illness. He was a retired of the Studebaker-Packard Corp. He was born in Poland on July 13, 1878, and came here as an infant. He is survived by another son, Sylvester Kuczmanski, also of South Bend; five grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren; a brother, Stanley Kuczmanski of South Bend; and a sister, Mrs. Helen Konya of Niles.

Friends may call after 5 p.m. today in the St. Joseph Funeral Chapel. Servlices will be at 9 a.m. Saturday in St.

Adalbert's Catholic Church, with Very Rev. Msgr. Ignatius J. Gapezynski, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in St.

Joseph Cem- etery. Leslie E. Bowlby. Leslie E. Bowlby, 48, of 1228.

Elliott was dead on arrival at Memorial Hospital at 3:35 p.m. Wednesday following a heart attack in his home. He was a Millwright at the Curtiss-Wright Corp. He was born in St. Paul, July 27, 1912, and had lived in South Bend 15 years.

In April of 1942 in South Bend he married Caroline Santo, who survives. Also surviving are two children, Jeannie and Lesley both at home; and a sister, Mrs. E. J. Nargang of New Hampton, la.

Friends may call after 7 p.m. today and until 10 p.m. Friday in the WalshBilancio Colonial Chapel, 3718 S. Michigan St. Services and burial will be in New Hampton.

He was an Army veteran of World War II. Funeral Notes DANNERBERGER Services for Mrs. Ethel Frances Dannerberger will be held day in the Trinity Methodistling Church. Pallbearers Carl Willets, Dale Willets, Ralph WilGuy Willets, Charles Oberand Dennis Steinhoefer. Friends may call until 11 a.m.

Friday in the Welsheimer Funeral Home, and then in the church until the services. ULBRICHT Services for Howlard E. Ulbricht, 1642 N. Olive who died Wednesday, will be at p.m. Saturday in the Orvis Funeral Home with Rev.

Carl Ballestero, pastor of Christ Temple Church, officiating. Burial will be in Riverview Cemetery. Friends, may call after 7 p.m. today in the funeral home. NARAGON Pallbearers for Mrs.

Elva Loretta Naragon at services at 3 p.m. Friday in the Forest G. Hay Funeral Home will be Herman Kaser, Charles Kaser, Claude Mc Endarfer, Louis Endarfer, John Williams and Marvin Smith. Mrs. Naragon, who resided at 2105 Leer died Wednesday.

TURNER Pallbearers for Mrs. Cassie Loretta Turner at services to be held at 1:30 p.m. Friday in the Forest G. Hay Funeral Home will be Donald Brown, Edward Harrington, Henry Landman and Irving Winenger. Mrs.

Turner, who resided at 722 E. Altgeld died Tuesday. PRESTON Services for Everett R. Preston, 61841 Mayflower who died Tuesday, will be at 2 p.m. Friday in the Hickey Funeral Home.

Burial will be in (Sumption Prairie Cemetery. POLISH VETS ELECT SLATE Thaddeus Deszcz has been reelected commander of Gen. Haller Post 125, Polish Army Veterans' Association, Western Ave. Other newly elected officers, who will be installed with Deszcz on Jan. 14, are: Julian Walesiewicz, vice commander; Basil Szelest, Wierzchowski, adjutant of finance; Aloysius adjutant protocol; Vitalis Nowak, adjutant of.

the treasury; Victor Sosnowski, marshall; Stanley Pauszek, Anthony Florkowski and Walter Biskupski, trustees. WIX'S PERMIT IS SUSPENDED The beverage permit of Wix's Drive-Inn, 420 Western and bartender Edgar McCoy were suspended for three days by the Indiana Alcoholic Beverage Commission, effective Jan. 9 for failure to clear bar service, the commission announced today. The tavern is operated by David and Angela Memby. Temperatures.

High and readings in other period ending at Albany 34 11 Albuquerque 51. 42 34 11 Bismarck -I Boston 24 Buffalo 22 10 Chicago Cleveland 26 Denver 33 12 Des Moines 12 0 Fairbanks -1 Helena 26 Honolulu 83 66 Juneau 42 39 Kansas City 19 7 Los Angeles 76 54 Louisville 23 26 -8 Memphis 12 Miami 78 40 low temperature cities for the 7 a. Milwaukee 16 Mpls-St. Paul -7 New Orleans 48 25 New York 46 19 Okla, City 27 20 Omaha Philadelphia 47 15 Phoenix 69 Pittsburgh 29 -1 P'tland, Me. 46 24 P'tand, Ore.

37 32 Rapid City 10 -6 Richmond 46 19 St. Louis 12 Salt L. City 42 23 San Diego 76 51 S. Francisco 53 45 Seattle 45 32 Tampa 62 33 Washington 36 16 YOUTHS FACE ARRAIGNMENT Three Are Held In Lakeshore Break The Tribune's Special Service. ST.

JOSEPH Three youths, accused of numerous break-ins of along the Lake Michigan shoreline, are scheduled to be arraigned on breaking and entering charges in Berrien County Circuit Court Friday. The three waived examination when arraigned before Municipal Judge Joseph R. Collier Jr. in St. Joseph Wednesday.

Michael Turlin, 18, James A. Dunning, 18, and Robert De Wayne Masters, 18, were charged specifically with the burglary of the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Hertz of Lake Michigan Beach and theft of various items includabout $4,000 worth of jewelry, Three Confess. The three have confessed to between 45 and 60 burglaries since Thanksgiving.

Masters was arrested by Berrien sheriff's detectives last Friday during a manhunt of the Lake Michigan beach area. The other two escaped the search but were arrested in a Chicago apartment by Chicago police after Masters informed detectives Victor Yost and Arthur Johnson where the pair could probably be found. Value of the loot taken by the trio has been estimated by Yost to be under $7,500. He said that he and Johnson are still investigating all breaking and entering complaints made since Thanksgiving to see if the three are connected with them. Yost and Johnson returned from Chicago Tuesday with some of the loot which the trio had taken there for sale.

The jewelry was stolen from them after they had been offered $1,100 for it, the youths told detectives. CHURCH PLANS YULE SERVICE A candlelight service of worship will be conducted in Community Congregational Church (Unite Church of Christ) at 11 p.m. Satuda. Included on the program will be music by the adult choir, a solo, "0 Holy Night," by Miss Judith Colip and a Christmas meditation by Rev. L.

Paul Harris, the pastor. On Christmas Day worship will be at 9:30 a.m. and a Junior church service will be conducted in Post Hall for all children. The Girl's Choir will sing and Rev. Mr.

Harris' sermon topic will be "The Gospel of The pastor has announced that the board of trustees will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in Post Hall. SET SUNNY SIDE CHURCH RITES The Sunnyside Presbyterian Church will hold a nativity communion service and choir program at 10:45 p.m. Saturday. The cantata will be directed by David Deeg and Mrs.

Donald Dalton will be the organist. The chancel choir will present Ringwald's "Song of Christmas" with soloists, Mrs. David Deeg, Mrs. Royce Miller, Mrs. Early May, Glenn Dorn and Roger Jacox.

The narrator will be Mrs. Ira Martz. A family worship will be held at 9:15 and 10:45 a.m. Sunday with the chancel choir singing and Mrs. Deeg as the sololist.

The Tribune's Special Service. ST. JOSEPH Interstate traffic through Southwestern Michigan is expected to increase from six to eight times its present volume in 15 years, according to a State Highway Department trafhe projection. The increase will be due largeIly to Interstate 94 and Interstate 96 that will carry traffic from Benton Harbor to Muskegon. Traffic volume on the 203-mile Detroit-Chicago Expressway between and St.

Joseph now averages from 5,000 vehicles a day west of Paw Paw and 50,000 ve1 hicles a day over the road west of Detroit. Big Increase Seen. Commissioner John C. Mackie said that studies show the freeway will carry an average of more than 30,000 vehicles a day in the Paw Paw area in 1975, over SIX times the present volume. "In other areas along the freeway, the traffic volume in 15 years will be more than double or triple what it is today," Mackie said.

Among his statistics, Mackie cited a projected increase of nearly eight times present volume for traffic in the St. Joseph-Benton Harbor area. Present figures show 6,000 vehicles a day in that area and the study projects an estimated 50,400 in 1975. The 1975 figure includes traffic from U.S. 31 which, by that time, will be routed over the freeway.

800 Per Cent Rise. The studies also projected a rise from 9,700 to 25,400 vehicles a day south of the Kalamazoo city area. Mackie said that the amount of traffic between St. Joseph and Detroit has increased up to 800 per cent over the last 30 years. a show Highway that in 1930 Department the average records number of vehicles on U.S.

1 12, west of Detroit was 6,000 and the average daily traffic between Ann Arbor and St. Joseph ranged from 2,500 to 4,000 vehicles a day that year. CHURCH PLANS YULE SERVICE FOR FAMILIES Rev. John W. Grapatin, pastor of Faith Lutheran Church, has announced the schedule of special services for the Christmas and New Year's weekends.

A Christmas program will be presented by the Junior and Senlor classes of the church school, at 7:30 p.m. Friday. The nursery, beginners and primary class will present their program at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Worship will be conducted at 10:45 a.m.

on Christmas Day with music by the Junior and Senior Choirs, directed by Mrs. Edward Stelman Jr. The New Year's Eve service with communion is scheduled for 7 p.m. Dec. 31 and a worship service with commu Ion will be held at 10:45 a.m.

Jan. 1. SENIOR MYF TO GIVE PLAY The Senior Methodist Youth Fellowship of Lowell Heights Methodist Church will present the play, "Follow the Star," at 9:30 p.m. Saturday in the church. The pastor, Rev.

August D. Stork, will serve holy communion at 11 p.m., assisted by the senior youth. On Christmas Day the worship service will be at 10:40 a.m. with Rev. Mr.

Stork speaking on "The Christmas Baby Grew Up." The senior choir will sing under the direction of Mrs. Grant Ross and the junior choir under the direction of Mrs. Walter Robison, PASTOR WRITES NOEL OPERETTA "Operetta De Noel" an original operetta written by Rev. Roland Gardner, pastor of Calvary Pentecostal Church, Belmont and son will be held in the church at 8 p.m. Friday.

The operetta is based on the complete Christmas story, from, the prophecies of the Old Testament through the birth of Christ. It includes a cast of more than 35 choir members, directed by the pastor. Rev. Mr. Gardner, and Richard Riddle will serve as accompanists.

URBAN LEAGUE PLANS PARTY The South Bend Urban LeagueHering House Community Center's annual Christmas party for elementary school children will be held at 4 p.m. Friday in the nasium of the Children's Dispensary. Santa Claus will visit the party, and moving pictures will be shown. IN JOURNALISM: SORORITY. Miss Susan J.

Hoehn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Hoehn, 1105 N.

St. Joseph has been initiated into Alpha Phi Gamma, national journalism sorority, at Ball State Teachers College, Muncie, where she is sophom*ore, A family Christmas service will be held in the auditorium of the 4:30 p.m. Sunday. Included in First Unitarian Church at the program will be a pantomine of a Christmas song, caroling and readings of Christmas legends stories by the acting pastor, Rev. Rudolph Gelsey.

A candlelight ceremony will be conducted by the sixth through eighth grade children and the program will be followed by Christmas movies, The service has been prepared by the children's worship committee of which Mrs. Jack H. Morrow is chairman. Assisting her is Rev. Mr.

Gelsey, Mrs. Robert P. McIntosh and Mrs. Gilbert J. Sullivan.

A similar family service is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. Jan. 1 in the auditorium. IN COLLEGE WHO'S WHO. Richard J.

Otolski, 426 N. Walnut Miss Marilyn M. Schwanz, 1355 Randolph and Miss Carol M. Weldy, 1141 Belmont are students at Ball State Teachers College, Muncie, who have been listed in the latest edition of Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. All New! at OSCO 100 GIVE BIG Gift Set for better shaves with any electric YOUR CHOICE $2,00 SHAVING Several smart gift-set combinations of Big shaving accessories to choose from: Shaving Powder Stick and exclusive Shaver Saver Head Cleaner (above); Pre-Electric: Shaver Lotion and After Shave Lotion (right), Other combinations are handsomely gift wrapped! Supply is limited! Come in today! OSCO DRUG 1128 S.


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