Clipped From Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Galena Lad Has Surgery j Wayne Strassburg, 14 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Strassburg of Galena, is 1 getting along fine in St. Jo-j seph's Hospital after' a n i emergency appendectomy performed Friday. Young Strassburg was flown to Fairbanks. His father is an FAA mechanic in River community. the Yukon Couple Hospitalized Mr. and Mrs. William L. Phillips of Chatanika Lodge are in satisfactory condition at St. Joseph's Hospital following an automobile accident Sunday night at Mile 66 on the Steese Highway. |j n ' j une from"" Vista,"" CaTif" Phillips is an RCA service representative at P e d r o Dome. Justin's paternal grandmother is Mrs. Delora Ka- rells, of Fairbanks. Mrs. Karelia is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Rossow of Boston, Mass. :: * * First For Andersons Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Anderson of Fairview Manor are proud of their first arrival, a boy, in St. Joseph's Hospital at 1:54 Monday afternoon. The lad weighed 8 pounds IVa ounces and has been named Paul Gregory. Kaleta Goes To Japan Bob Kaleta, Bureau of Land Management pilot, left last evening for Anchorage to catch a Northwest Orient Airlines plane for Tokyo, Japan. Kaleta will visit his twin brother, Richard, a pilot for CAT based near Tokyo and look around Japan. He expects to be gone for about two months. Paul's father is assistant field director for the American Red Cross at Ft. Wainwright. The Andersons moved here They met and were married m Tucson, Ariz., were students at sitv of Arizona. where both the Univer- Stocks Enplane For Seattle Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Stock and their son, Richard left today for Seattle, the Stocks to visit there for 10 days and Richard to go on to Ft. Sill, Okla., where he will report for active duty Richard, a 2nd lieutenant, graduated from the University of Alaska this past College Couple Parents Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Adams of College welcomed the birth of a son in St. Joseph's Hospital at 5:59 Saturday morning weighing 7 pounds 15 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Adams have named their boy Orville Jay. He has a sister, Pamela, 2. Adams is an electronics technician for the University of Alaska Geophysical Institute. Mrs. Adams is the daughter of Mrs. Annie Ronning of Anchorage. * * * James Girl Arrives It's a girl for Mr. and Mrs. Johnny James of Northway, i i born in St. Joseph's Hospital | Al be 91 LV ui .nici^iici iuiÂ» LU:L t n j- ^ j - - i spring and is a recipient of |?t 2:4s Sunday morning ln 9 OUnd nces the Governor's Award. He was born in Fairbanks and attended local schools After completing t w o years service, Richard expects to return to Fairbanks. This past summer he has been on the reservations staff of Pan American Airways. Mr. and Mrs. Stock will attend the Pioneers of Alaska Grand Igloo convention in Ketchikan upon conclusion of their Seattle visit. Stock is president of Igloo No. 4. | ing 9 pounds 6Vi ounces. ! Mr. and Mrs. James have | named her Julie Ann and ! will be welcomed home by (brothers and sisters, Leslie, ! Jerry, Kenny, Ester and Dav- ! id. 1 James is an FAA staffer at (Northway moving there from! Summit over a year Ego. | Paternal grandparents are |Mr. and Mrs. L.F. James of i Hughes. A period | I The | 'the Girl For Geraghtys Mr. and Mrs. Richard Geraghty of 206 Kody Dr. are the proud parents of a daughter who arrived in St. Joseph's j I I I (from [Nome I and Caren. Duyck is with the Alaska Railroad at Nenana. main i Duycks Of Nenana Parents Mr. and Mrs. Percy Duyck of Nenana welcomed a son in St. Joseph's Hospital at 10:10 Sunday evening weighing 9 pounds. The Duycks have named him Jackie. The couple has seven other Hospital at 2:50 Sunday after-i ch ldr * n . r* 1 ***?**' TRob ' noon weighing 6 pounds 14% | ert ' i' mmy Mltche11 ' Jerr y ounces. j The young lady has beenj named Janine Marie and she| has two brothers. Bruce. 9V,) . D * _ ., j mer . Seldovia and and Dickey, 5, and one sister,! ,,, s Â°. n Bor " T Â° Darhl * I Stevens is Barbara 6 I Th ? Lars Dahls of No ' la ! the In 'erior for scheduled ap-1 Janine's'father is superin- [ 5Â° E ^ a ;, L f me ta, welcomed | tendent for Ghemm Co. ithe bir,n of a son in St Jo-jnana, Paternal ^ndmnHiPr Ul s . e P h s Hospital at ll:a Mon-i grandmother is An uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Geraghty, make their home in Fairbanks. Karellas Welcome Boy It's a boy for Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose "Andy" Karelia of 316 Dawson St., Graehl, born in St. Joseph's Hospital at 7:16 Monday morning weighing 9 pounds 10 ounces. His name is Justin Patrick and he has six brothers and sisters, Katby, Dina, Frederick, G w e n , Howard and Ivey. Their dad is the owner of Flying Saucer Delivery Service. a sister. I Lars 1 j Belle, 1. | Dahl is a plumber. Mrs. Dahl is the daughter JThe Laura | | of Mr. and Mrs. I Flood of Kotzebue. Kenneth nuk north Health ficial. India Accuses Red Communists _NEW DELHI, India, Oct. 2, j -- The Indian government A ! (made public yesterday anoth- j er sharp protest against an | alleged "wanton attack" by Chinese Communists which set! off the recent series of skir- mishes in the Northeast. couple.