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2—A THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1969 -9 i DEATHS and FUNERALS Bertha Cullins Of Centralia Is Dead At Age 83 Bertha J. Cullins, 83, of Centralia, died at 4:50 p.m. Monday at the Fireside House in Centralia. Funeral services will be held pit 11:00 a.m. Thursday at the Queen-Boggs Chapel in Centralia. The Rev. J. V. Clifton will pfficiate and burial will be in Maple Hill Cemetery in Fair- Held. The body will lie in state at the Queen - Boggs Funeral Home in Centralia where friends may call after 2:00 p.m. Wednesday. Mrs. Cullins was born July 31, 1885, in Dahlgren, the daughter of Edward H. and Mary (Tackwell) Hughes. She was married to William D. Cullins in Oct. 1900. He precedes her In death. Mrs. Cullins was a member of the Baptist Church in Centralia. Survivors include one daughter, Imogene Coad, of St. Louis; four sisters, Lucenda Tate, of Olney, Bessie Barbee and Euby Largent, both of Dahlgren, and Daisy Anderson of McLeansboro; one brother, Walter Hughes, of Manteno, 111., seven grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by two sons. Rites Wednesday For Clara Lane, 64, Of Bluford Funeral services for Mrs. Clara Olive Lane, 64, Bluford, will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Bluford Funeral Home with the Rev. Orville B. Silvey officiating. Burial will be in the Black Oak Ridge cemetery near B'uford. Mrs. Lane was dead on arrival at the Good Samaritan Hospital at 7:45 a.m. Monday. Mrs. Lane was found lying in the snow by a neighbor Monday morning. Jefferson County Coioner John Richardson said Mrs. Lane apparently fell from concrete block steps at her ho'ne. Richard listed the cause of death as exposure and injuries "suffered from the fall. Mrs. Lane was born Dec. 22, 1904 in Wayne County, the daughter of George and Florence (Young) Harris. She was married to Guy Lane on Jan. 16, 1925. He preceded her in death. Mrs. Lane, who was a member of the Bluford United Methodist church, is survived by two sons, Earl of Centralia and Harlen of Bluford; six brothers, Leslie Harris of Middleton, HI., Herman Harris of Fairfield, Hershell Harris of Missouri, Victor Harris of Carmi, Harvey Harris of Pensacola, Fla, and Otis Harris of Graymount, HI., and two grandchildren. Besides her husband, she was preceded in death by one brother and one sister. Friends may call at Bluford Funeral Home ofter 4 p.m. to- dfy. Rites Today For Hopper Infant Private funeral services for John Calvin Hopper H, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Hopper, will be held at 1:00 p.m. today at the Pulley Funeral Home. The Rev. Clarence Coats will officiate and burial will be in Hopewell Cemetery. The Hopper infant died at birth at 4:36 a.m. Monday at the Good Samaritan Hospital. Survivors include the parents, Richard E. and Emmarillis JoAnn (Reaney) Hopper, of Rt 5, Mt. Vernon; one brother, Richard Harold Hopper, at home; one sister, Carole Marie Hopper, at home; the paternal grandmother, Mrs. B1 anche Hopper, of Mt. Vernon; the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold (Viola) Reaney, of Christopher; and the maternal great grandmother, Mrs. Mary Dodson, of Christopher. Bob Hope Has Eye Trouble LOS ANGELES, Calif. (AP) — Comedian Bob Hope will undergo treatment today for an eye., hemorrhage he suffered Sunday night. It will be the third time in his life that the 65-year-old comedian will undergo photocoagula­ tion treatment for the recurring eye ailment. He was reported resting comfortably in the Unl versify of California Medical Center where he was taken after experiencing the hemorrhage. A spokesman said Hope has canceled all engagements for 10 days. One Divorce Suit Filed One divorce suit was filed in Jefferson County Circuit Court Monday. Linda Dilg charges mental curelty in a divorce action against Dwight Dilg. The couple was married Aug. 12, 1966 and separated Jan. 25, 1969. She seeks custody of the one child . Mrs. Dilg also asks the court for an injunction to restrain the defendant from harming or molesting her. Markets Mt. Hog Vernon Market Until 12:30 p.m. today prices were steady. The top was 19.75 and 20.00 for 200 to 220 lb . meal type hogs. The top was 19.50 for 220, to 230 lb. meat type hogs. Sows were 12.75 and 15.25. Boars were 9.00 and 10.00. After 12:30 p.m. today prices will be based on next day's prices. Mt. Vernon Grain The following prices were quoted in Mt. Vernon this morning. Wheat 1.25. Soybeans 2.52. Coin 1.12. Ethel Glasco Dies At Age 71; Funeral At Ina Mrs. Ethel Mae Glasco of Ina died at 7:05 p.m. Monday at the Good Samaritan Hospital at the age of 71. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Thursday at the Ina Freewill Baptist Church where she was a member, with the Rev. Leslie Elliott officiating. Burial will be in Kirk cemetery. The body will lie in state at the Ina Funeral Home, where friends may call after 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday. Mrs. Glasco was born on Oct. 12, 1897, in Missouri, the daughter of Mike and Mary Sanders She married Perry Glasco, who. preceded her in death. Survivors include two sons, James of Bonnie and Melvin of Denver, Colo.; a daughter, Mrs. Betty Williams of Nason; five brothers, Claude, Lester, Jack, Milo, and Cecil Sanders, all of Kansas City, Mo.; a sister, Mrs. Lodean Sears of Kansas City; 11 grandchildren; and nine great grandchildren. Besides her husband, she was preceded in death by a son and a daughter. Hollis Kemp Rites At Fairfield Military services for Hollis Floyd (Blackie) Kemp will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Dixon-Johnson Funeral Home in Fairfield; The Rev. Elmer Gwaltney will officiate and burial will be in Maple Hill Cemetery in Fairfield. The body will lie in state at the Dixon Johnson funeral home where friends may call after 6 p.m. today. Mr. Kemp, 58, of Fairfield, died Sunday evening: at Veterans Hospital in Marion. He Was born July 17, 1910, in Leola, Ark. Survivors include his wife Faye, and one stepson, RonaI<fc A. Doty, of Pekin. Hospital Notes Jefferson Memorial Admitted: Lois Loraine Sapp, Benton Rd. Claudia W. Haynes, Brownsville Road. James Eugene Allen, West Chicago. Norvella Violet McLean, 1917 Conger. Edna LaVerne Schuster, 209 South 4th. Discharged: James Fred Wright, 312 For- 6St. Walter W. Hamilton, 1212 o. 24th. Mrs. Anna Marlowe and baby daughter, Kathy Jo, 503 Conger. Good Samaritan Admitted: Katie Mae Hart, 822 Conger. James Riley Redpath, Route 4, Mt. Vernon. Vonna Lee Chesney, 1600 So. 29th. Gail S. Gordon, 1513 South 9th. Lillian Lowry, Belle Rive. Leffery Swaney, Route 5, Mt. Vernon. Marvin Rust, Bluford. Otto Nolta, Bluford. Beatrice Flota, Route 1, Mt. Vernon. Katherine Waugh, 44 Cherry Drive. Danny Long, 1003 South 20th. Cheril King, 1409 White. William Hussey, Waltonville. Louise A. Beckley, 320 Caborn. Cecil Moss, Centralia. Irene Davidson, 2107 Cherry. Hershel House, 925 South 19th. Discharged: Sue Carol Adams, 229 South 19th. Richard Earls, Waltonville. Jewell Proctor, Mason, 111. Gladys S. Donoho, Texico. Oscar Dixon, 1106% South 10th James Carnahan, 1309«Casey. Hazel Coyne, Hickory Grove Manor. Ruby Bowerman, Wayne City. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (AP) — Estimates for Wednesday: Hogs 6,000; Cattle 1,500; calves 100; sheep 400. Hogs 9,000; barrows and gilts weak to mostly 25 lower; 1-2 190 head 210-225 lbs 20.85-21.00; 1-3 200-25 lbs 20.25-20.75;; 2-4 240-300 lbs 10.25-20.25; sows 1-3 300-400 lbs 16.75-17.50; 2-3 400600 lbs 16.25-16.75; boars 14.2515.25. Cattle 3,000; calves 100; steers and heifers steady; steers choice with few prime near 1,200 lbs 29.50; choice 950-1, 150 lbs 28.0029.25; heifers choice to high choice 850-1,000 lbs 26.50-27.75; cows utility 17.00-19.25; bulls 20.50-23.00; choice vealers 37.0041.00; good 31.00-36.00; calves 18.00-26.00. Sheep 700; lambs 1.00 higher; choice and prime lambs 28.0029.50 ; 7.00-8.50. Chicago Produce CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago Mercantile Exchange-Butter 93 score AA 66; 92 A 66; 90 B 63^4; 89 C 60%; Cars 90 B 64; 89 C 62. Eggs grade A whites 45; mediums 43; standards 41; checks 27%. St. Louis Produce ST. LOUIS (AP) — Eggs, consumer grades: A large 41-46, A medium 40-45, A small 28-31, B large 35-38. Eggs, wholesale grades: standard 37-39, medium 33-35 unclassified 22-23 unclassified 22-23, pullet 24-25. Hens, heavy 14; light over 5% lbs 9, under 5% lbs 6; broilers and fryers: 26.50-27.25. NEW NAVY FIGHTER is Grumman's F-14A, being built to replace the abandoned F-111B. The two-place, supersonic, carrier-based aircraft will be equipped with after­ burning turbofan engines and a fire-control system with multiple weapon option. Designed with an optimized combination of speed, acceleration, maneuverability and radius of action, the F-tiA is expected to be ready for its first flight in early 1971 and would join the fleet in 1973. Two Collisions Here Yesterday One person was injured as two major damage accidents occurred on icy Mt. Vernon streets yesterday. A car driven by Lillie M. Wood, 64, 825 south 20th and a truck driven by Carter L. Creel, 57, Route 3, Ashley, collided at ninth and Jordan. Dorothy Talbert, 52, 619 south Jflfiij a .passenger in the Wood CHT, suffered what appeared to be a npn- serious injury. The car was damaged over $100. A collision at Eighth and Maple involved a car driven by Xathryn Puckett, 41, 7 Rushton ttrive and George R. Beck, 40, 2002 Broadway. Both vehicles were damaged over $100. Chicago Grain CHICAGO (AP) — Wheat No 2 hard yellow 1.44n; No 2 soft red 1.38n. Corn No 2 yellow 1.20n; No 3 yellow 1.16-17; No 4 yellow 1.14. Oats No 2 extra extra heavy white 77n. Soybeans No 1 yellow 2.65n. Soybean oil 8.70n. Charge Tried To Sell Secrets Of Company CHICAGO (AP) — An employ of a California chemical company was arrested Monday by FBI agents and charged with attempting to sell a secret, newly-developed chemical valued at a $1 million, to a rival company. Steven L. Ellis, 27, a technician for the Raychem Chemical Co. in Menlo Park, Calif., was accused of trying to sell the secret of a polymide resin used for electrical wire insulation to the Du Pont Co. in suburban Lincolnwood. Ellis was arrested at O'Hare International Airport by an agent posing as a representative of Du Pont. Agents said Ellis had in his possession 100 pounds of the chemical known as "Poly X." He was charged with interstate transportation of stolen property. The FBI said knowledge of the chemical composition, would be worth at least $1 million to a rival chemical company. The chemical had been developed at a cost of $3 million, authorities said. Tim Ellis, 17, was arrested and charged with aiding and abeeting his brother. . ' ' Authorities said officials at DuPont informed the FBI two weeks ago that a man, who identified himself as John Smith of Raychem Chemical, had offered to sell DuPont the chemical secret for $250,000. 320 NORTH VIETS SLAIN IN TWO DAYS (Continued From Page One) Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) — Continuing to weave an uncertain course, the stock market this afternoon was irregular in moderately active trading. A slight early advantage of gains over losses evaporated and minus signs were a bit ahead of plusses. The Dow Jones industrial average at noon was off 1.06, at 936.41. The market was mixed at the start despite a good assortment of favorable earnings reports Stock splits and other special situations highlighted the action. Armour was up a couple of points as General Host — off slightly — planned to sweeten its offer for Armour stock. Schering gained a point as it proposed a 2-for-l stock split. A 2-for-l split proposal for National Lead, and approval of a 3-for-l split for Tishman Realty were accompanied by fractional losses in each' stock. American Smelting was down about 3 points in a continued reaction to the court order suspending Pennzoil's order for Asarco Stock. Prices were irregularly higher on the American Stock Exchange. Judy Garland Marries Again IONDON (AP) — Judy Garland made a triumphal return Monday night to the night, club singing with all her old verve and announcing later that she was secretly married in a London church nearly three weeks ago. The audience at the Talk of the Town went wild with delight and cheered Miss Garland on the stage from which she fled amid boos and jeers last Thursday night. The 46-year-old singer seemed fully recovered from the flu she said had upset her act and made her more than an hour late for her. last appearance. In her dressing room afterward Miss Garland said she and Mickey Deans, 35-year-old New Yrrk discotheque manager, were married Jan. 9. He is her fourth husband, after R Vincente Minelli, Sid Luft and Mark Herron. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Davis of 1308 North 11th street are the parents of a son born at "5:06, o'clock Monday evening, January 27, in Good Samaritan Hospital. He weighed six pounds and eight and one- half ounces. -O- -O- -o- Mr. and Mrs. Roger Kemper of' 5 Edgewood Drive are the parents of a son born at 2:20 o'clock Monday morning, January 27, in Good Samaritan hospital. He weighed seven pounds and 15 ounces and has been named Lawrence Joseph. -O- -O- -O- Mr. and Mrs. Danny Stephenson of Route 1, Wayne City are the parents of a son born at 11:21 o'clock Monday morning, January 27, in Good Samaritan Hospital. He weighed five pounds and 14 and one half ounces. NEW YORK (AP)-Dow Jones noon stock averages: 30 Indus 936.41 off 1.06 20 Rails 273.87 off 0.26 15 Utils 136.98 up 0.67 65 Stocks 340.66 off 0.06 More Shipments On Great Lakes MILWAUKEE (AP) — A Defense Department decision to ship more Great Lakes cargo on military vessels will mean increased activity at Milwaukee's harbor, and presumably most other Great Lakes ports, an official said Monday. John A. Seefeldt, Milwaukee's acting port director, said the exact increase in tonnage cannot be predicted until after the department issues results of a study, probably in February. Sen. William Proxmire, D- Wis., announced in Washington the department had responded favorably to requests that it start moving military cargo by boat rather than ship it from the Midwest by rail to coast ports. i I last Thursday the eight-year Vietnam war has cost the North Vietnamese and Viet Cong at least 436,556 soldiers killed. The U.S. combat toll for the three-year Korean War was 33,629. A spokesman for President Nguyen Van Thien said today the South Vietnamese government is considering whether to risk another cease-fire next month for the annual celebration of Tet, the lunar new year, on Feb. 17. The Communist command broke a Tet cease-fire pledge last year with its biggest offensive of the war, aimed primarily at Saigon and more than 100 other cities. Spokesmen for Thieu and. for Premier Tran Van Huong said no decision on a Tet cease-fire has been made yet, although Vice President Nguyen Cao < Ky said in Paris there would be a truce of a few days beginning Feb. 16. Laos Policy Criticized The Soviet Union charged today that U.S. military intervention in Laos could endanger chances for a Vietnam settlement at the Paris Talks. Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko accused the United States of violating Laotian neutrality through bombing raids, shelling and other "acts of subversion" against the Communist Pathet Lao. In a statement distributed by Tass, the Soviet news agency, Gromyko said this "by no means creates a favorable atmosphere for the Paris talks." He charged the United States wants to turn Laos into "a springboard for its aggressive policy in Indochina" and urged Washington to observe the 1962 Geneva accords that guaranteed Laotian neutrality. Although the United States will say nothing officially about its military operations in Laos, it is known that the curtailment of the bombing of North Vietnam last year was followed by an increase in U.S. bombing of North Vietnamese troops and supplies moving through eastern Laos to South Vietnam. These bombing operations were further intensified when • all bombing of North Vietnam was halted last Nov. 1. HOSTESS with the mostest might be Elke Sommer's title. The actress wears this silk organza and jersey costume as a hostess gown in an upcoming film. Arrington Seeks Curbs On Lobbyists SPRINGFIELD, HI. (AP) — A bill proposing stringent regulation of lobbyists was submitted today by Senate Republican Leader W. Russell Arrington. It would require lobbyists to report expenditures above $25 and provide a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison and $10,000 fine for violations. Arrington said if the legislation is enacted, Illinois would have the strongest lobbying law' in the nation. Under the existing law, lobbyists are required only to register, submit a photograph and pay a $5 fee. "Lobbyists by and large are fine fellows who perform a most worthwhile function in the legislative process," Arrington told a news conference. "Nevertheless there are those characters among them who must be eliminated from the Springfield scene." Arrington said the legislation also would apply to lobbyists at the coming state constitutional convention "because the same concern about the ever present tension between the private and public interest would obtain in the convention as well as in any session of the General Assembly." Exempted from the lobbying bill would be the news media, persons drafting legislation and giving opinions, state government employes representing their agencies and persons having special skills or knowledge which would be helpful to the legislature. Peak In Frauds Financial frauds reached their peak in the United States between World War I and 1929, with an estimated annual loss in financial ventures alone of about $1 ,7 billion, according to the Encyclo­ paedia Britannica. Two Perish In Waukegan Fire WAUKEGAN, HL (AP) — Two men were killed today in a fire that destroyed a one- story, four-room home at the northern edge of Waukegan. The victims were Larry Gross, 21, who lived in the home wit hhis wife and , parents; and a friend, Earl Hogan, 26. Officials said Gross' parents were in Virginia. His wife was also away from home when the blaze broke out, apparently in the living room. Officials said both men died from smoke inhalation. The bodies were found in a utility room near a door that had been nailed closed. The cuase of the fire was undetermined. There was no damage estimate available. Hogan resided in Park City, a few miles from Waukegan. Police Buy Gas For Motorist Mt. Vernon police befriended a stranded motorist yesterday. He told officers he was broke and out of gas while enroute to his home in Iowa. He went on his way after officers purchased gasoline for his car. Shotgun Stolen From Parked Car Larry trowbridge, 428 South 17th street,, reported to police yesterday that a shotgun had been stolen from his parked car.' It was a Remington 12 gauge and was in a brown case. ADMIRAL ON THE STAND IN PUEBLO CASE (Continued From Page One) Fire Destroys 1833 Building LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) A fire Monday night burned through the interior of a national historical building on the Transylvania College campus here causing damage estimated at $600,000. The fire erupted about 7 p.m. in the basement of Old Morrison Hall, a three-story stone structure built in 1833. It is used as an administrative office building. The exact cause of the fire was under investigation. One fireman, Capt. James TVffeld, suffered from smoke inhalation. VEST POCKET SIREN PHILADELPHIA (AP) -r- A tiny pocket alarm has gone on sale at the University of Pennsylvania bookstore following several attacks and three unsolved slayings near the campus. The device, about the size of a cigarete pack, produces a shrill alarm when a pin- is pulled. It can be used as'a personal safety device or installed in doors and windows as a burglar alarm, said George Kidd Jr., the store's director. . KATZ HELPS RATZ STONINGTON, Maine (AP) —The Rev. Saul E. Katz is the pastor of the Methodist church in this small island community. The Rev. Eugene Ratz, who came here from South Dakota, is now pastor for the Nazarene church. During the week, the Rev. Mr. Ratz gives, lessons to the part- time organist at "the Rev. Mr. Katz' church. And when the Rev. Mr. Katz, who lives in Bangor, comes down to the island on weekends, he brings his colleague's mail to liim. ., The Dutch, Hungarians and French sometimes call corn, America's food gift to the world, "Turkish wheat." Becky Collins Fractures Leg In Skiing Mishap Miss Rebecca (Hecky) Collins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ooliins of 815 North street, who received a broken leg in a skiing accident Sunday afternoon in Ironwood, Mich., has entered a St. Louis hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Collins flew to Ironwood Monday to accompany their daughter td Barnes Hospital in St. Louis. Miss Collins is a junior, at the University of Wisconsin at Madison, Wis. Public Defender Withdraws From McKinney Case Jefferson County Public Defender Joe Frank Allen has withdrawn as defense counsel for one of two men charged in the January 3 robbery of Miss Sadie Lustig. Allen has withdrawn as defense counsel for Leon McKinney, 23, 1301 south 9th street, but will remain as counsel for Jerry Taylor, 18> 907 Cleveland. Allen withdrew from the McKinney defense because of, a "conflict of intereste ; " Another attorney is expected to-be : appointed for McKinney Wednesday. . McKinney and Taylor are currently being j held in the Jefferson county jail. .20-millimeter cannon. During the noon recess, Bucher's attorney, E. Miles Harvey, called a news conference to say Bucher thinks the public is wrong in getting indignant over his treatment by the court. The court warned Bucher last week that he is suspected of breaking military regulations by surrendering the Pueblo and could be court-martialed." "The court of inquiry has been completely fair," Harvey said. "We have. received hundreds of telegrams from people indignant with the court. This is simply wrong. It is not a big thing." Wants Another Ship Harvey also said Bucher wants to command another ship, adding that Bucher "embodies to me everything you want in a commander and a commanding officer." He said Bucher was in good physical condition, that the hearings "have not been taxing on either his physical or mental, health." Harvey said Bucher has received 300 to 400 telegrams and "we have yet to receive one telegram adverse to the commander's position." In addition, it was disclosed that Bucher has been given a private note of support from some members of his crew, written on a piece of the Pueblo's stationery. Asked by the court to explain his surrender, Bucher testified last week, "It was my intention to surrender' the ship rather than have a continuous barrage of fire. . .which would only have resulted in what I considered to be the needless loss of lives.," The Navy has said the court may last another four weeks. Harvey said Bucher hopes the court will end as soon as : there has been a full opportunity for testimony ''because he'd like to get on with his job with the Navy. He's anxious to get this show on the road." He said Bucher wants the entire story on the record "to clear any slur that might have existed on his name and to get the facts before the nation." December Heart Transplant Dies CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) — Heart transplant patient Wylie Julliard died early today in Cleveland Clinic Hospital. ; Julliard received the heart in a transplant operation Dec. 16, was discharged from the hospital Jan. 21 and had been staying with an aunt in suburban Parma. His mother, Mrs. Mary Capolino of Babylon, Long Island, N.Y., also was staying there. He was readmitted to the hospital Sunday after complaining of stomach pains. His father, Warren H. Julliard of Maple Park, 111., said doctors told him there had been an apparent circulatory slowdown, although the heart appeared to be functioning properly. MT. V. SOCIAL SECURITY HEAD DIES SUDDENLY (Continued From Page One) son of Milwaukee, and Teresa and Valerie, at home; two brothers, George Kempter of West Allis, Wis., and Robert Kempter of Phoenix, Ariz.; two sisters, Marie Tirney of Pleasanton, Calif., and Deloris Bieden Bender of Waukesha, Wis.; and two grandchildren. Circuit Court Fines assessed in circuit court included: David A. Gershenson, Fairfield, $10 on charge of passing an unloading school bus; Ga-y L. Clarke, 804% North 12th street, $10 on charge of driving too fast for conditions; Kenneth A. Jarrell, 315 south 18th street, $50 on charge of driving on a suspended license; Gary W. Marlow, R. R. 1, Mt. Vernon, ?25 on charge of reckless driving and $100 on charge of illegal possession of liquor by a minor; Wayne L. Marlowe, 503 Conger, $10 Oon charge of illegal possession of liquor by a m'nor; Terry L. Milligan, 718 George, $100 on charge of illegal possession of liquor by a minor; Stella F. Wood, 616 So. 23rd street, $10 on charge of following too closely. LAYMEN'S WEEK Jan. 27-Feb. 2-7:30 P.M. FIRST GENERAL BAPTIST CHURCH 910 Perkins Ave. ' DONALD BREEZE, Pastor Calvin Shaw L Song Leader MONDAY — High school Librarian and Musician Alice Wilson speaks on the subject, "A Christian Life". Mattte McDonald in charge of services. Special singing by Bill Gilbert, Alice Wilson and others. TUESDAY — Harlqy Phillips in charge of services. Special singng by Rev. Merle Fullerton. Police Capt. Harold Albright speaks on Law Enforcement — Everyone's Concern." WEDNESDAY — Mae Hurt in charge of services. Special singing by the Spiriraalaires. A working mother, Rosemary Breeze, will speak about "The Stewardship of Time". THURSDAY — Elmer Dodson in charge of services. Special singing by Marie Marks. Sales Manager Keith Mills subject will be "Christianity in Business". FRIDAY —Albert Braddy in charge of services. Special music by The Gene Boyles Family. William Goff tells what It s like to be a 'IP. K." when he speaks about "A Minister's sAn." SATURDAY — Mazie PaJne in charge of services. Variety of special singing with Calvin Shaw, The Young People anfl others, Alice Nelson, an active Christian for more than sixty years, tells of "Christianity in Later Life." , SUNDAY — 10:45 A.M. Sermon "Why You Should Be A Christian" by the pastor. 7:30 P.M. William Phelps in charge of services. Special singing by Ernie Rhymes, Cart and Bob Cameron, Jack and Opal Blake. Sermon by £'*v* Hosea Caldwell. 1 • MARVIN SAYS: Thrift Special '62 Ford Galaxie 500 Extra Nice Sedan $695 A very n}ce car in unusually nice condition. It's spotless inside, and out and is equipped w it h automatic drive, power*' steering and power brakes. Here is evidence that not ail nice ears need be expensive. Pick up the keys/ for an approval drive today. ' Marvin Dye W-G MOTORS Call 242-6420 '! "The Used C« Leader" Volumes-Quality—Price

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