The Terre Haute Tribune from Terre Haute, Indiana (2024)

DEATHS CHARLES JOHN HILEY Services for Charles John Riley, 60. 1417 4th who was dead on arrival at Union Hospital Sunday evening, will be at I Wednesday at the Thomas Funeral Home with Rev. Raymond Chapman officiating. Burial will be in Roselawn Memorial Park. Friends may call.

He was a custodian at the Terre Haute Regional Hospital. Surviving are the widow, Nora, a daughter, Mrs, Beverly Western of Augusta, two sons. John of Terre Haute and Louis of Indianapolis; two Robert and Donald Marquis, both of Terre Haute; sisters. Mrs Viola Cartwright. Mrs.

Thelma Stedman, Mrs. Rose Fisk and Mrs. Janetta Adams, a1) of Terre haute; several grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. MRS. NORMA JEAN WILEY Services for Mrs.

Norma Jean Wiley. 51, 23 Greens, Fisher. Ill formerly of Terre Haute, who died at 12 50 p.m. Monday at Chanute Air Force Base Hospital, will be held at I Thursday at the Bedino Peace Chapel with Rev. Wendei Arms officiating.

Burial will be in Roselawn Memorial Park. Friends may call alter ti p.rn Wednesday. Surviving are the husband. Francis: three daughters, Mrs. Donna Brossman.

Mrs Cheri Smith and Mrs. Billie Hathaway, all of Terre Haute: a son. Thomas Charles, at home: the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mellin, Terre Haute: a sister.

Mrs Helen Ross. Naples. Fla and five grandchildren MARY BELSKUS Services (or Mary Belskus. 91. 3300 Poplar who died Saturday evening in Terre Haute Regional Hospital, will be held at 10:30 a.rn Wednesday at the DeBaun Funeral Home Burial will be in Roselawn Memorial Park Friends may call.

She is survived bv three grandsons. MRS. DOROTHY ANN HARRELL Services for Mrs. Dorothy Ann Harrell, 81, who died Sunday at Union Mospital, will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Allen Colonial Chapel.

Bloomington. with the Rev. Lloyd Channels officiating. Burial willbe in Clear Creek Cemetery near Bloomington. Friends may call between 2 and 5 p.m.

and 9 p.m. Tuesday at the Allen Funeral Home, and after noon on Wednesday. MRS. EDITH GRANT Services for Mrs. Edith Grant.

74. 410 S. 24th who died Sunday morning at Canterbury Convalescent Center, were held at IO a m. (CST). Tuesday at Sturm Funeral Home at Grayville.

Ill. with Rev David Swan officiating. Burial was in Oak Grove Cemeterv WESLEY ODONNELL STRAHLE DUGGER, Ind. Services for Wesley Strahle, 51, who died at 9 p.m. Sunday in Methodist Hospital, will be at 2 p.m.

Wednesday at Newkirk Funeral Home, with the Rev. Bill Gilliland officiating. Burial will be in Clayton Cemetery. Friends may call after 5 p.m. Tuesday MYRON E.

MEIR PARIS, 111. (Special) Services for Myron E. Meir, 80, RR 5. Dudley, who died at 12:05 a m. Sunday at Veterans' Hospital.

Danville, 111., will at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Sutton and Son Funeral Home at Paris with Rev. Raymond Roberts officiating. Burial will be in Grandview Cemetery. Friends may call from 3 p.m.

He was a member of Dugger until 5 p.m. and from 7 p.m. un- First Christian Church. Surviv- til 9 p.m Tuesday. OMER DILL Word has been recieved by Mrs.

Miriam Bedow. HOO Spang of the death of her father. Omer Dill. 86. who died at Washington, Ind He was a Witness.

Also surviving are a son. Paul James, Danville. III and a brother. Charles, Terre Haute. Services will be at 2 p.m.

Tuesday at Poindexter Funeral Home. Washington. Ind. Burial also will be at Washington. MRS.

ANNA CARTER Services for Mrs Anna Carter. 1210 Poplar who died at 4:50 p.m Sunday at Canterbury Convalescent Center, will be at 8 45 a.rn Wednesday at the Callahan Funeral Home with Funeral Mass to iollow at 9 a.rn at St. Patrick Church Prayer service will be recited af 7 m. Tuesday at the Iunera! home Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call MRS.

OLA MAE MILLER Services for Mrs Ola Mae Miller. 54. RR 14 West Terre Haute, who died Sunday evening at Terre Haute Regional Hospital, will be at 3 pm. Wednesday at the Bedino Chapel of the Valley with Rev Xrthur Lindsey officiating. Friends may call at the funeral home Burial will bi' in Black Cemetery MRS.

ELOISE CARTER Services for Mrs Eloise Carter. 94. 607 14t)i St who died Saturday, will be at I rn Wednesday at Russell Funeral Home with Rev Nowell Hord officiating Burial will be in Grandview Cemetery. Friends may call. VIRGIL FARMER Services for Virgil Farmer.

74, a former Prairieton resident who died Saturday at Trotwood. Ohio, will be at IO a m. Wednesday at Rogers Funeral Home. Trotwood JOHN W. BROCKMAN Services for John W.

Brockman. 46. formerly of Terre Haute, who died Saturday at Kinosha. will be at 2 30 m. Wednesday at Patrick J.

Ryan Funeral Home, with the Rev. David Butts officiating. Burial will be in Roselawn Memorial Park. Friends may call. JAMES C.

HAWTHORNE James C. Hawthorne, 90.1468 8th died Tuesday morning in the Canterbury Nursing Center. He is survived bv two sisters. Mrs. Jean MacGillivray and Mrs.

Marie Frame, both of Terre Haute nieces and nephews. Arrangements are pending at the Thomas Funeral Home MRS. SEAMORA FORTE Services for Mrs. Seamora Forte. 82.

1414 27th who died at ll 05 pm. Monday at Terre Haute Regional Hospital, will be held at I m. Saturday at the Free Will Baptist Church with Rev. Stanford Hervey officiating. Burial will be in Grandview Cemetery.

Friends may call after 5 m. Friday at the Russell Funeral Home where the Queen Esther Chapter 5 OES will conduct rites at 8 p.m. Friday. She was a member of Free Will Baptist Church and Queen Esther Chapter 5 OES. Surviving are the husband, Hurley; three step-daughters.

Mrs. Mildred Jones. Mrs Thelma Benton and Miss Theoia Forte, all of Terre Haute: one brother. David Malone of Huntsville. Ala nieces and nephews DOROTHY A SAXON Dorothy A Saxon, 64.

died Nov 22. in Clearwater, Fla Born in Terre Haute, she moved to Florida 21 years ago. Surviving are the husband. William oi Clearwater, Fla one brother. Warren Thomas; and two sisters, Gladys Ellis and Gertrude Martin of Terre Haute rn RILEY SANDERS MARSHALL.

111. (Special)Services for Riley Sanders. 44. Marshall, who died Sunday morning at his residence, will beat 10a.m. (CST) Wednesday at Moore Funeral Home, with Brother G.

Gibson officiating. Burial will be in Norton Cemetery. Friends may call after 4 p.m. Tuesday Surviving are the mother. Mrs Georgia Sanders.

Marshall, and five sisters. Mrs Marie Lee. Tulsa, Ok la Mrs. Mildred Shotts. McCaskill.

Ark Mrs Mary Moore. LaHabra. Mrs. Linda Shelton. Casey, and Mrs.

Lilly Savits. Elizabethton. Tenn MRS. CYM IH A CARLISLE DUGGER Ind i Special Arrangements are pending at Newkirk Funeral Home for Mrs. Cynthia Carlisle.

82. who died at 12:30 m. Monday at her residence, here. She was a member of Dugger First Baptist Church. Rebekah Lodge and Pithian Sisters.

Surviving are a son. John Robert. Dugger; a daughter. Mrs. Dorothy Frazier.

Indianapolis: a sister. Mrs Rose Brown. Kis- simeme. Fla IO grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren ing are the widow, Juanita; four daughters, Mrs. Susan Thomas, Covington, Mrs.

Cyrithia Birden. Mrs. Sharon Norton, both of Indianapolis, and Mrs. Nancy Remmel, Washington, three sons, Terry. Lonny and Gary Weinke.

a1) of Indianapolis; twTo stepdaughters. Mrs. Sandra Hildenbrant. Scottsburg, and Nita Marie, at home; the father. Wesley Strahle.

Linton; three brothers. Maurice. Beach Grove. James. Indianapolis, and Harold.

West Virginia: two sisters. Mrs. Virginia Walser, Victor, 111., and Mrs. Juanita Reynolds. Linton.

MRS. FREDA WELCH GIPSON SHELBURN, Ind. (Special) Services for Mrs. Freda Welch Gipson, 73, who died Sunday evening at Terre Haute Regional Hospital, will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the McHugh Funeral Home with Rev.

J. F. Rehmel officiating. Burial will be in Little Flock Cemetery. Friends may call She was a member of the Shelburn Church of God Surviving are the husband CeciI.

four step-daughters. Mrs. Faye Hiton of Shelburn. Mrs. Aitabell Heiman of Cromwell.

Mrs. Leona Cutsginer of East Gary, and Mrs. Lois Broughman of Hurst. Texas: a step-son. Gerald Gipson of Taylorville, 111 one brother, Malcom Peak.

Robinson. three sisters. Mrs. Lela Chandler and Mrs. Sylvia McAtee.

both of Princeton, and Mrs. Becky Kaiser of Downey. several step-grandchildren. MRS. BETTY BALL BICKNELL, Ind.

(Special) Services for Mrs. Betty Ball, 60. 802 4th who died at 9:30 a m. Sunday at Good Samaritan Hospital, will be conducted at 2 p.m Wednesday at Butler Funeral Home at Rockville with Rev Donald Smith officiating. Burial will be in Memory Garden Cemetery at Rockville.

Friends may call from 4 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Wampler-Shaw Funeral Home. Bicknell, and after IO a.m. Wednesday at Butler uneral Home. Rockville.

THOMAS L. RYAN BRAZIL, Ind. (Special) Services for Thomas L. Ryan. 73.

303 E. Kruzan who died at 2 47 a.rn Sunday at Clay County Hospital at Brazil, will be at IO a m. Wednesday at Annunciation Catholic Church with Rev Father Anthony Spicuzza officiating. Interment will be in Calvary Cemetery at Terre Haute. Friends may call after 4 p.m.

Tuesday at Miller and Sons Funeral Home at Brazil The Rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. Tuesday. MRS. GERTRUDE MILLER BRAZIL. Ind Services for Mrs.

Gertrude Miller 95. who died at 1:45 Monday at Stinson Nursing Home will be at a.rn Thursday at Miller and Sons Funeral Home, with burial in Carpenter Cemetery. Cloverland Friends may call after 4 Wednesday. She was the widow of A Carl Miller, formerly an attorney MRS. MINNIE GARRARD CLAY CITY, Ind.

(Special) Services for Mrs. Minnie Garrard, 83. a former Clay City resident who died at 6:15 p.m. Saturday at Brighton Community Hospital. Brighton, will be at I p.m.

Wednesday at Schoppenhorst Funeral Home at Clay City with Rev. Max Brunton officiating. Burial will be in Grandview Cemetery al Terre Haute. Friends may call after 4 p.m. Tuesday MARKET REPORTS INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK INDIANAPOLIS (AP-USDA) Hogs 2,500.

Barrows and gilts under 240 lbs active, .50. instances .75 higher over 240 lbs steady to .50 higher I 2 200230 lbs. 36.00-3625; 135 head 36.25: 1-3 200-240 lbs 35.50 36.00. few uneven lots 35.00-35.50 2r 3 240-250 lbs 34 some uniform 230-240 lbs 35.00-35.50 250-270 lbs 32.00-24.00: couple lots near 250 lbs 34.50-35.00 24 270-300 lbs 30.00-32.00; couple lots 3 4 295-305 lbs 28.00-28.50 sows active strong to .50 higher mostl advance over 500 13 330-600 lbs 23.50-24.50. Cattle 1.100: slaughter steers and heifers moderately active, steady: cows moderately active steady to .50 higher; bulls steady; slaughter steers: choice 24 lbs 39.5040.50; mixed good and choice 24 38.00-39.50; good 2-3 36.0039.00; standard and low good 13 34.00-36 OO; load standard and low good Holsteins 33.00 35.00; slaughter heifers: choice 24 lbs 37.00-38.50; few lots 725-800 lbs 36.00-37.00.

mixed good and choice 24 7001.000 lbs good 23 33.00-36.00; small lots standard and low good Cows: utility 1-3 and few commercial 3-5 22.0024.00 cutter 19 canner 17 0019 OO; package Shelly canner bulls I 2 1.000-1.700 lbs24.0028.00: one high dressing 29.00 Sheep IOO; slaughter lambs and ewes, moderately active, steady; wooled lambs, choice 80-105 lbs 36.00-37.00; few small lots good and low choice 80110 lbs 35 00-36 OO; ewes lew cull to good 00-6 OO INDIANA HOGS INDIANAPOLIS i AP-USDA The Indianapolis hog market Tuesday at 70 yards and plants: Demand moderate, barrows and gilts steady to .25 higher, instances .50 up; 1-2 200-230 lbs 34.50-35.25; 1-3 200240 lbs 34.0034.75; few 35.00; 23 240-250 lbs 33.25-34.00; 250-260 32.50-33.50; sows mostly steady 1-3 300600 lbs 22.00-23.50; few 300 350 lbs 24.00. CHICAGO GR AIN CHICAGO (CPI) Wheat was fractionally lower, com lower and soybeans irregularly lower at midmorning today on the Board of Trade Prices at 10:35 a.rn Wheat Dec 2.51 oft a Mar 2.62 12 off14; May 2.671 off1 Corn Dec 2.39D unch: Mar 2.47*2 off May 2.5 Soybeans Jan 6.70* off 4. Mar 6.74 off Mav6 68 off 2 RITES WEDNESDAY Funeral rites for Mrs. Harriett E. Long, 86.

320 N. 17th who died at 7:15 a.m. Sunday at Union Hospital, wifi be conducted at I p.m. Wednesday at Bedino Peace hapel with Rev. Donald Wade officiating.

Burial will be in Roselawn Memorial Park. Friends may call. Services Set Thursday for Rev. Sollars GODFREY CAMBRIDGE Bitter Cold Grips U.S. Midlands here She was a member of Brazil First Christian Church.

Burglars Steal Gifts Women Reading Club and Ladies Literary Society Sur- In Marion County vicing are three sons. Kenneth I and Bates, both of Brazil, and Ernest Indianapolis, a bi oi her Ernest McBride. Charlotte a sister. Mrs. Mary Case.

Terre Haute, tour grandchildren and six great-grandchildren COMING Upeil SOON SUNDAY, DEC. 5 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. CHRISTMAS DECOR POINSETTIAS GIFT IDEAS FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS FREE GIFT FOR THE WOMEN MILLER HORAL CO. 1630 Plum St.

FLOWERLAND VALLEY FLOWER SHOP S. 7th I Davis Ava.j Wast Terra MRS. MARJORIE I. HICE BRAZIL. Ind Services for Mrs.

Marjorie I Hico. 78. RR 17. who died at ll 50 a Monday in Clay County Hospital, will be at 2 rn Thursday at Miller and Sons Funeral Home, with the Rev Donald I Miller and the Rev Donald L. True officiating Burial will be in Clearview Cemetery Friends may call after 4 Wednesday She was a member of Bethel United Methodist Church Surviving are the husband.

Albert, a daughter. Mrs Norma Diel. Homer. two sons, the Rev Robert Hice. Saline City and Billy RR I.

Poland, a brother. Argel Houk. HR I. Coal City, ll grandchildren and two grandchildren MRS. MAUDE WATHEN JASONVILLE, Ind.

(Special) Services for Mrs Maude Wathen, 89. Jasonville, who died at IO 30 a Sunday at Glenburn Rest Haven Home at Linton, will be at IO 30 a.m. Wednesday at McClanahan Funeral Home, Jasonville, with Rev Ed Mishler officiating. Burial will be in Lebanon, Cemeterv Friends may call INDIANAPOLIS (IPI) Scrooge-type burglars broke into the Marion County Mental Health Association Sunday night and wrecked the oft ice They carted oft at least SI.OOO worth of Christmas gifts the association hadcollected for distribution to patients in mental hospitals A spokesman said it was not known exactly how any wrapped presents were taken. The loot included clothing and other personal items LOCAL MARKET GRAIN Wheat $2.37: corn $2.21.

oats $1.59: milo $3.35 per hundred: soybeans 86.50. HOGS Hogs. 200 to 230 lbs. $33 50 to $34.00 Sows $21.00 to $22.50 Hie Country Parson bs I rank Clark ROCKVILLE. Ind for the Rev.

Joseph Sollars Sr 58. who died at 8 15 p.m. Sunday in Vermillion County Hospital. Clinton, will be at 2:30 p.m Thursday at Calvary Baptist Clinton, with the Rev. Joseph Sollars Jr.

officiating. Burial will be in Poplar Grove Cemetery, with the Rev. Harrold Derrick officiating. Friends may call after 3 p.m. Wednesday at Tudor-Herrick Memorial Chapel.

The body will be taken to the church at 1:30 Thursday. A Parke and Fountain County farmer tor 20 years, he began the ministry at age 40. The Rev Mr Sollars was a 1966 graduate of Tennesse Temple Bible School and was ordained at Waterman Baptist Church. Kingman in 1964. Since that time he had been a full-time evangalist He was a member of Calvary Baptist Church and had delivered sermons in 17 states.

Surviving are the widow. Aria Mae Smith Sollars. a daughter. Mrs. Linda Derrickson.

Callao. two sons, the Rev. Joseph Sollars Jr and Roy Earl, rural Marshall. four sisters. Mrs.

Ruth Jackson. Mrs. Anne Songer. Mrs Mabel Linker, all of Veedersburg. and Mrs.

Bette Switzer. Evansville: three brothers. Marvin. Park Ridge. Ill L.

Sollars. Tangier, and Robert Linton, and ll grandchildren Some City Hall Offices To Close Due To Boiler Terre Haute City Hall was threatened with indefinite closure by the weather and a boiler breakdown Tuesday The report at press time indicated that offices would remain open for as long as existing heat remained City Controller Joan Hetherington reported that a new boiler was to be ordered atter bids were opened Tuesday afternoon However, it was pointed out that no boilers are available locally and that the new one would have to be shipped in Shipping time. therefore, became a critical factor in the question of how long the building would remain closed It was reported two cracks in the old boiler brought the closing Further with no heat in the building all pipes will have to be drained removing the availability of plumbing facilities until heat is restored. Although reopening of the building beiore the completion ut new boiler installation appeared unlikely, attention was directed to the possibility of some kind ot temporary heating Police Chiel Jim Swift indicated that there would be no interruption in police services which are centered in City Hall Vigo County Civil Delense Director Oil Leonard. wThose offices also are located in City Hall, said the emergency CD center based at the Vigo County Home remains ready and on standby for immediate use it needed THE TRIBUNE, TERRE HAUTE, IND.

Cutbacks In Detroit Reported DETROIT (AP) employment agency for engineers and scientists is closing because the federal funds it sought for expansion are going to help hardcore unemployed aitd young job seekers instead. Agency director Don Bennett said in 44 years of operating on a shoestring budget he has helped 405 people, obtained jobs tor 255. prepared 300 resumes and made 6.000 job referrals. He said he feels the program, called REVEST (Volunteer Engineers Scientists and Technicians) filled a valuable need because professionals are much less competent seekers than the average work er." Bennett said his agency, closing today, taught clients techniques to sell themselves to employers. since many professionals wrongly assume they will be hired for any job for which they are trained Other problems professionals face are age barriers and companies' reluctance to hire people considered overqualified or overeducated.

he said A lot of professionals sec themselves and 'heir job as said Bennett the job goes, the man loses part of hansel! The result can be dec astating anger, frustration, sometimes actual mental disintegration Bennett's program, which has had only one or two paid ployes and a few volunteers, also offered job search and solicitation services, evaluation, workshops and counseling The program was started with federal funds, and operated with the use of local funds Its office, phone and mail service were paid for by the Michigan Employment Security Commission. Main sources of income during the past two years have been a $25,000 federal grant administered by the Wayne County Oft ice of Manpower, plus SKK) monthly from the Affiliate Council of the Engineering Society of Detroit tor operating expenses Bennett said he decided to shut down after the U.S. Department of Labor turned down his request recently for $250,000 to expand. A federal official told Bennett all such funding was earmarked for helping hard-core unemployed anci young people Postmaster Sends Yearly Greetings In Cincinnati CINCINNATI UPI The season first Christmas card already has been delivered to many Cincinnatians, and a lot ol recipients knew who the sender was even before they opened the envelope Monday. The cards were from Joe Scanlon, who traditionally sends out the first greetings ot the season in Cincinnati Scanlon also encourages others to send their cards early.

He is the Cincinnati postmaster 7 School Systems Without Contracts By I nited Press International Seven school systems tour of them in Lake County are still without new teacher-school board contracts. The latest contract settlements have come in Monroe County. Prairie Heights and Southwest Allen school districts. Negotiations continue in Gary, Hanover. Lakeridge and East Chicago, all in Lake County All four are districts with contracts that expire at the end of December Teachers continue working without contracts in Benton County Casten and Evansville- Vanderburgh school systems Benton County has been the scene of Indiana's only teacher strike this year Teachers struck nearly three weeks at the start of the fall semester before returning to work under court order In alf.

Indiana had 289 separate teaeher-school board negotiations this year By nited Press International A storm that spread ice throughout the South and forced hundreds of schools to close also dumped snow and freezing rain on the Northeast Bitter cold air gripped the midlands Monday and threatened the sugarcane harvest in Louisiana. Squalls off the Great Lakes dropped from six inches to a loot of snow on sections of northwest New York and northern Ohio Monday. Snow falls ol six inches aiso were recorded in Vermont and up lo five inches fell in New Hampshire and northern Maine Limestone. Maine, measured six inches of snow Monday night, while Sault Ste. Marie.

had ll inches and Houghton. took the prize with a 19-inch snow cover A heavy snow warning was up Monday night and today tor the New York state counties east of Lakes Erie and Ontario Where it was not snowing in the northern and middle Atlantic Coast states, moisture w'as tailing as sleet, freezing rain or rain Earlier, the storm had sent freezing rain mixed with sleet and show through the South, making most roads icy and forcing the closing of hundreds of schools Monday in Louisiana. Mississippi. Tennessee. Kentucky.

Alabama and Georgia. Bitter cold assailed most of the nation east of the Rockies. lee hampered barge traffic on the upper Mississippi River and a gas line rupture left residents of three St. Paul. suburbs without natural gas in subzero temperatures.

A woman was found frozen to death in St. Louis. Authorities said she spent the night outside in freezing temperatures. In Louisiana. 21-year-old Michael Frick froze to death Sunday night in a duck blind on Catahoula Lake northeast of Alexandria.

record low temperatures threatened to damage sugar cane crops before the harvest is completed The National Weather Service said temperatures would fall to the low to mid 20s in the northern portion of the sugar cane belt Monday night Freezing temperatures were also forecast Monday night for the fruit belt area in the lower Rio Grande valley. Readings in the 30s were seen right down to the Gull Coast in Alabama and extreme north west Florida. Both Mobile. Ala. and Pensacola.

had afternoon highs of 38 A high wind warning was in force tor the upper Yellowstone valley ot southwest Montana for Monday night and today Wind gusts of up to 60 miles per hour were reported Pulliam Nominated To Be USGA Official AI LAMA (I Pl Euguene S. Pulliam has been nominated for re-election to a second one- term term as ice president of the United States Golf Association Officers will be elected Jan 29 at the USG A's 83rd annual meeting here Pulliam, publisher of Hie Indianapolis News and The Indianapolis Star, is also on the association executive committee, the rule making body of the USGA Pulliam also has been chairman of the Senior Championship Committee the past two vears. TUESDAY, NOV. 30, 1976 7 Godfrey Cambridge Dies at 43 BURBANK. Calif.

(AP) Godfrey Cambridge, the black comic-actor who wanted his movie roles to transcend color lines, has died of a heart attack after collapsing on a movie set. He as 43. Cambridge collapsed Monday night while playing the role of Ugandan dictator Idi Amin on the set of the ABC television film at Entebbe." The movie portrays the daring Israeli commando rescue of hostages at the Entebbe. Uganda airport last summer. did two small scenes earlier today and was doing a simple walk-on scene speaking to the said producer Bob Gunnette.

scene was not even begun. Godfrey was waiting for a cue and he collapsed. was absolutely no forewarning, he just went down. I think it was apparent to most of us around that he was Gunnette said Cambridge had arrived from his home in Ridgefield. earlier in the day.

The actor was taken to nearby St. Joseph's Hospital, where a team of doctors pronounced him dead on arrival Cambridge, rotund during much of his career, as a con stunt dieter who shed ITI) pounds after ballooning to neat Iv 300 pounds His weight had caused fluid-retention problems that required hospital treat ment in 1972. or lie oner said in an interview, "when I look in a mirror I still see me But I ve made em one con cession to white I add a 'g' to my verbs Cambridge was raised in New York's Harlem by pat ents who emigrated from British Guiana. Graduating from Hofstra College in 1955. he worked as an airplane wing cleaner, ludo instructor, maternity hospital ambulance driver, hot rod racer and cab driver, hile try ing to break into acting.

He got his first role in 1956 a bartender in an otf-Broadway revival for which he earned S15 a week. He won critical ac claim and an Obie Award for Best Performer of 1961 for his role in Jean Genet's savage drama about racial hatred Once he had become established in movies by playing black roles. Cambridge insisted on acting parts that depicted him "as a man. rather than as a Negro. He played an Irishman in "The Troublemaker (1964).

a CIA agent in President's Analyst a gangster in Busy Body a Jewish cab driver.in Bye Braverman fJ968i. and a white bigot who turned into a black man in "Night The Sun Came Out Power Record Set In Monday's Cold INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) As temperatures dropped and cold winds blew across the state, customers of Public Service Indiana used a record supply of electricity Monday A PSI spokesman the peak demand between IO and ll a. rn. was J.070.000 kilowatts. The previous record peak was 2.924.000 last Jan.

8. record could be bettered if the cold snap continues, the spokesman said. PSI has electricity in69 of Indiana s92 counties. BUCHANAN ELECTED In 1856. James Buchanan was elected the 15th president of the United States.

FUR AIDS JOBLESS In 1933. President Franklin Roosevelt set up the Civil Works Administration as a depression emergency agency to provide jobs tor the unemployed like engines, should lie tuned for more production with less pollution jOattM-. WW MEMORIAL CHAPEL 2836 LAP. AVE. 466-5204 North Terre Haute blame your age for poor hearing Chicago.

free offer of special interest to those who hear but do not understand words has been announced bv Belt one. A non-operating model of the smallest Beltane aid of its kind wiil be given absolutely free to anyone answering this advertisem*nt. True, all hearing problems are not alike and some cannot be helped, but many can. Send for this non-operating model now. Wear it in the privacy of your own home lo -ce how tiny hearing help can be.

vours to keep, fret- The actual aid weighs less than a third of an ounce, and it sal! at ear level, in one unit. I hese models are free, so we suggest you write for yours now. Again, we repeat, there is no cost, and certainly no obligation. I housands have already been mailed, so write today to Dept. 9766, Beltane Electronics, 4201 Victoria Chicago.

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