The Warren County Observer from Warren, Pennsylvania on January 25, 1962 · Page 31
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WARREN, PA. WARREN COUNTY OBSERVER, THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1962 PAGE THIRTY-ONE Mrs. Adam H. Yerg Mrs. Adam H. Yerg, 82, of 318 Liberty street, died in the Warren General Hospital at 3:15 a.m., Wednesday, January 24, 1962. She was born in Milton, Penna., on April 7, 1879, and was the widow of Adam H. Yerg, who preceded her in death on May 3, 1943. They were married on September 21, 1900. Mrs. Yerg was a member of the First Presbyterian Church. She is survived by two children. Dr. A. F. Yerg of 16 Fourth ave., Warren, and Mrs. R. G. Capell of 630 Olympia Drive, Pittsburgh; five grandchildren; several nieces and nephews and one sister, Mrs. D. W. Crossett Sr. of Warren. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday afternoon at 2 o’clock in the Lutz VerMilyea Funeral Home by the Rev. Donald H. Spencer, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church. Interment will be in Oakland Cemetery. Calling hours will start at 2 o'clock this aftenoon. FUNERAL SERVlCfc Funeral Services for Edwin M. Chinberg, Blossburg, Pennsylvania, were held at the Peterson Funeral Home, 2 p.m., yesterday, with the Rev. Alfred Gilberg, Frewsburg, N.Y.; officiating. Interment followed in Scandia Cemetery with the following serving as bearers, Chester Westfall, Delber Westfall, Douglas Flick, Lavern Hagberg, Donald Hagberg, and Vergil Lindell. Warren General Hospital ADMISSIONS Jan. 24, 1962 Mst. Stanley Kusy, 5 Park St., Warren. Mrs. Martha Mahood, 416 Laurel St., Warren. Kathy Wolfgang, Liidlow, Pa. Mrs. Bernice Cable, 10 Maple St., Warren. Mrs. Nancy Albaugh, 17-1/2 Plum St., Warren. Mst. Timothy McCreary, 75 W. Main St., Tidioute. Mr. Frank Vrenna, 16 Jackson St., N. Warren. DISCHARGES Baby Frank Blum, E. Fifth St., Warren. Mr. Jeremiah Borden, 105 Hall St., Sheffield. Mr. Harold Bradford, 511 Fourth ave., Warren. Mrs. Lola Byers & Baby Girl, 355-1/2 E. Main St., Youngsville. Miss Violet M. Cole, R.D. 1, Clarendon. Miss Cynthia Larson, 607 S. State St., North Warren. Mr. Carl Minch, 316 United ave., Warren. Mrs. Alice Nasman, 11 Nesmith Place, Warren. Mrs. Joyce Rapp and Baby Boy, Box 745, Shipman’s Eddy, Warren. Mr. Thomas Riquer, 1120 Penna. ave., W., Warren. Mrs. Sophie Sadley, Star Route, Sheffield. Mrs. Marilyn Springer and Baby Boy, 311 Miller Hill Road, Warren. Mst. James Weaver, 610 West St., Warren. Birth Report Warren General BOYS—Barry and Patricia Stoddard Zischkau, 306 Water St., Warren; Jerry and Marilyn Baker Sadler, Center St., Sheffield; John W. and Edna Neville Durbin, 105 Terrace St., Warren. GIRL—John and Jo Ann Hofknan Mellon, Route 1, Tidioute. Jamestown General BOY—Harry J. and Patricia Snyder Emborsky, 212 E. Elmwood ave., Falconer, N.Y. Jamestown WCA BOY—Dominick J. and Donya Warner DeTraglia, 63 Lovall ave., Jamestown. Brother Juniper “PLASTIC WAFFLES! What won’t he surprise us with next?” 4 Y’ Team Recruiting Nears End Recruiting of the teams organization in the Warren YMCA $500,000 Capital Fund drive will be completed this week and team workers will begin training for their job of soliciting contributions. John D. Lesser’s section will report for training at 6:30 this evening in the YMCA building. The Edward A. Ryberg section is to report at 6:30 tomorrow at the same location. Each section includes five division managers, 25 captains, 125 workers, for a total teams organization of over 300. The personnel of the organization under Lesser are David Potter, F. M. Caughey, David Reed, Dr. Roop, John Saylor, Merle Rossell, Gail Cobb, George Templeton, Joseph Williamson, Lyle Christie, Jack Shattuck, Ardel Drayer, Jack Donaldson, Michael Evan Jr., Emmett Morrison, John Wolfe, James Rose, Dan Lord, Wendell Lawson, Charles Johnson, Elmer Leffard, Chris Pepke, Walter Peterson, James Streich, John G. Donaldson, Laurence Bancroft, James Gians, Merton Wood, Eugene Larson, David Swanson. Eugene Pring, Robert Lundberg, Arthur Blackmore, Robert Grainger, Donald Lester, Joseph Reese, William Turner, John Zavinski, Francis Nelson, Harvey Nelson, Joseph Pasquino, John Schorman, William Russell, John Haggerty Jr., Everett Borg, Gilbert Buerkle, Harold McNulty, John Harrington III, Ray Marti, Gerald Huber, James Akeley, Theodore Prodromou, Thomas Schorman, George Hoden, James Urbanski, Richard Neely, Ben Obinger, William Weldon, Samuel Vavala, Raymond Johnson. William Dyke, Thomas Marsh, Donald Winger, Elbert Nine, Burdette Hunter, Frank Seceniquia, Jack Clarkson, Richard North, Richard Amacher, AnthonyCeran- do, James Goerlich, JamesGoren- flo, Emil Sanden, Robert DeLong, Joseph Case>i Ray Caldwell, Edward Place, Phillip Smith, T. R. Sponsler, Paul Christie, Keith Gibson, Robert Goodwill, Donald Kane, Jack Grube, Clair Olson, Harry Smith, Ralph Barney, Lloyd Brewster, Frank Brindis Jr., Deane Passmore. Edward Rasmussen, Myron King, Charles Swanson, A. H. Bengtson, Francis Erickson, Rich- ~ard McClain, Robert Dietsch, Charles Tranter, Carl Bartsch, Dr. William Walters, Richard Huber, Milton Dahler, Joseph Bunk, Dr. Ross Bryan, Harold Hibner, Jerry Waxman, Ray Stein, Robert Alexander, Joseph Wick, Dr. Arthur Marceca, Harry Tourtellott, Charles Sellin, David Berdine, Irvin Poust. S. Knox Harper, Clifford Terry, Dan Walton, Arnold Wrhen, Tony Tomassoni, Gerald Young, Bernard Bloom, Nick Wendelboe, Harold Wilson, Richard Betts, Ivan Brumagim, William Hill Jr.,Morris Shulman, Rev. A. C ulmer Schultz, Kenneth Holtz, R. G. Aker, William Bevevino, Perry Miller, Richard Wolfe, Robert Wolfe, Nelson Johnson, Robert Bogart, Eugene A. Cease, Dr. Lockwood Towne, Thomas Donaldson, Charles Eaton, Joseph Helfrich, Kenneth Porter, R. Pierson Eaton, Fred Shattuck, John Fisher. $575,000 Loan to Allegheny College WASHINGTON (UPI)—The U.S. Housing and Home Finance Agency said yesterday it has granted a $575,000 loan to AlleghenyCollege, Meadville, Pa., to help build a dormitory for 122 women. QUICK News Report By COMBINED WIRE SERVICES MADRID—Informed sources yesterday said the Spanish government has accepted the resignation of a high official whose anti- American newspaper article brought an official expression of concern from the U.S. Embassy. * * * WASHINGTON—Bolivia yesterday presented to the Organization of American States (OAS) a ten-year $1.3 billion program for economic and social development it plans to carry out under the **Alliance for Progress.” * * * WASHINGTON—The Kennedy Administration yesterday endorsed federal fair employment practices legislation to bar job discrimination based on race, religion, age or sex. Labor Secretary Arthur J. Goldberg told a House labor subcommittee that the proposals have the fullest support of the administration. * * # WASHINGTON—The State Department said yesterday it would welcome the lifting of the month-old impasse which has prevented American and Soviet commandants in Berlin from circulating throughout the divided city. * * * WASHINGTON—A $1.5 billion college construction bill was cleared yesterday by the House committee which last year blocked all new school aid legislation in a state-church controversy. Quotes From The News Reg. U.S. Pat. Off. By United Press International WASHINGTON—President Kennedy, reiterating his belief in the good of reviewing speeches by high military and government officials: “This is the way a government like ours, which is large and which deals with problems which are extremely important and sensitive, and which involve our relations around the world. . .can coordinate and make effective expressions of our views." WASHINGTON—Defense Secretary Robert S. McNamara, calling for a sound, long-term policy regarding reservists: “It is not a practical policy to rely on the reserve forces to meet the repeated crises which inevitably lie ahead. We must maintain an adequate level of action forces to meet these crises, relying on the reserve forces for augmentation only when armed conflict is imminent." ♦ BERLIN—A middle »aged man, one of 28 East Berliners who escaped through a tunnel to freedom, expressing only one regret: “We had to leave our dog behind for fear he would bark." * NEW YORK—Mrs. Hanna Heller, 78, who married 90-year-old Matt Heller, after a 20-year courtship: “I liked him at first sight but he didn't make up his mind until now. ’' FDA Turns Thumbs Doan On rWhole Fish Flour 9 (c) New York Times Service WASHINGTON—The Food and Drug Administration has ruled out "whole fish flour" for use in the United States. The order barring the use of heads, tails, fins and intestines in making fish flour climaxed months of searching for an answer to a question that has stirred debate in Congress. The Food and Drug Administration made it plain it has no objection to the marketing of fish Mothers March Tuesday Night In Youngsville Mothers will march in Youngsville next Tuesday evening to gather contributions to finance the war against * arthritis, birth defects, and to provide polio vaccine. Jean Zock, chairman, announced that 40 solicitors will meet at the Youngsville school cafeteria at 7 p.m. and canvass in predetermined districts. The Youngsville March of Dimes is an annual project of the Pre- School Mothers Club. Ten girls of Troop 11 will provide baby sitting service to enable the solicitors to cover their areas. Chairman Jean Zock requests that residents participate by leaving their porch lights shining and having contributions available. flour. Its only objection is to the use of the whole fish in making it. With that in mind, Commissioner George P. Larrick issued a standard of identity for fish flour, requiring it be made from cleaned fish. The order is expected to bring strong objections from manufacturers of whole fish flour and from members of Congress. Objections can be filed with the Food and Drug Administration within 30 days. If the objections are held valid, Commissioner Larrick can call ahearing.The results of such a hearing would be subject to review by the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Fish flour is being manufactured in the United States and other countries. It is made by grinding up the whole fish. Proponents claim that when used in reasonable proportions, the fish taste is undetected in bread, cake, cookies, rice products, macaroni, spaghetti and tortillas. Ladies’ & Children’s DRY GOODS Save Time, Trouble And Money At The Best Little Fashion Shop In Warren County! E. J. Abraham & Sons YOUNGSVILLE

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