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Kansas City, Missouri
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Friday, March 23, 1962
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10 ★ ★ THE KANSAS CITY TIMES, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1962. C.&A.R. CONTINUES AS POLITICAL GROUP Decision Made at Meeting Called to End Affairs of Committee. LEVY NAMED CHAIRMAN He Takes Post He Held During Unsuccessful 12-0 Plan Bid. The Committee for Better Area Representation, meeting to wind up its affairs of the unsuccessful campaign for the 12-0 councilmanic redistricting plan, decided last night to become a permanent political or ganization. More than 100 member of the group, including William R. Roy^r, city councilman, and Joseph Levy, who was chairman before the March 6 election, attended a dinner at the Hotel Phillips. Levy Stays as Head. Levy, who was named permanent chairman said a meeting would be called in several we^s to discuss future action. The C. B. A. R. title will be retained for the time being but might be changed later. Levy said he would appoint a steering committee shortly to draw up permanent objectives for the organization. He said the group probably would be incorporated as a nonprofit political association. “We felt the campaign showed there was a need for an organization such as ours,” I>evy said. ‘‘At first, we thought we would wind up the activities with this meeting but everyene thinks we should continue.” In a speech to the group, Royster said he was not disheartened by what had happened in the election. Words of Praise. “I would rather be with you and lose,” Royster said, “^an be on the other side and win. I admire the 18,000 persons who had the courage to go to the polls and vote their convictions in the face of what turned out to be overwhelming odds.” Royster said C. B. A. R. had been forced to try to overcome the efforts of “a gargantup gwljtical machine.” He said %e^tar distorted the facts in the election. ago. Mrs. Barrow was a member of the Budd Park Christian church here. Her husband, Ernest C. Barrow, died in 1950. He was a switch foreman for the Missouri Pacific railroad. A sister, Mrs. Jessie L. North Bend, Neb., and lived in Clay County 15 years. She was a member of the First Church of Christ, Scientist, of North Kansas City. Surviving are her husband, Thomas M, Haynes, sr., of the Wilton, Los Angeles, survives. | home; a Services will be held at 1 o’clock i jr.. ^ Ea^ Sixty-third, th^ Saturday at the Blackman chapel; daughters, Mrs burial in Mount Moriah cemetery, i Parkvdle; Mws Friends may call after 9 o’clock Miss Eloise H?y°es, £ the home. her mother, Mrs. Daisy M. Divine, Lincoln, Neb.; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Jacobson, Raymond, Neb., and Mrs. Marcella Vogel, Onalaska. Wash.; three brothers, Robert W. Divine, Alexandria, Minn.; Clifford Divine, Raymond, Neb., and Edward O. Divine, Ceresco, Neb., and a grandchild- Services will be held at 1 o’clock Saturday at the Stine & McClure chapel; cremation. _________ THOMAS R. HUNDLEY. Thomas R. Hundley, 51, of 1216 East Ninth, died Wednesday at ‘ " bom RADE BABICH. Rade Babich, 69, of 1134 North One Hundred Eighteenth, Wyandotte County, died Vi^ednesday at Providence hospital. He was born in Yugoslavia and lived in Wyandotte County 51 years. Mr. Babich retired in 1942 after 25 years as a steamfitter for Armour & Co. He then operated a poultry business until retiring Iw’o years ago. He was a member of St. George Serbian Orthodox church and St. Jo.seph’s lodge of the Croatian Fraternal Union. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Stella Babich of the home; a daughter, Mrs. Emily Swedo, 220 North Twenty-seventh, Kansas City, Kansas; a brother, Steven Babich. A’ugoslavia, and two grandchildren. Services will be held, at 1 o’clock Saturday at the Skradski chapel and at 1:30 o’cloi'k at the church; burial in Highland Park cemetery. Friends may call after 2 o’clock today at the chapel, where a prayer service will be held at 8 o’clock tonight. The family suggests memorial contributions to the church. FRED L. BARNES. Fred L, Barnes, 77. Piper in Wvandotte County, died yesterday at the home. He was a lifelong resident of Wyandotte County. Mr. Barnes was a retired farmer, lie was a member of the Delaware Masonic lodge. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Audrey Russell, Port Huron, Mich.; Mrs. Dorothy Eddins, 1701 Richmond, and Mrs. Helen Hedden, 2111 North Fortieth, both of Kansas City, Kansas, ahd Mrs. Lida Mae Cook, Victorville, Calif.; two sons, Fred Barnes, jr., of the home, and Robert C. Barnes, 2123 North Fortieth; three sisters, Mrs. Elia E. Garvey end Miss Sylvia Barnes, both of 1502 Yecker, and Mrs. Margaret Pearson, 1723 Waverly, all of Kansas City, Kansas; two brothers. Emmet Barnes, 1940 Parallel, and John R. Barnes. 2916 Hia watha, both of Kansas City. Kansas; 20 grandchildren and two S reat-grandchildren. Services will e held at 1:30 o’clock Monday at the Fulton chapel; burial in Quindaro cemetery. Friends may call after 5 o’clock Saturday at the chapel. M RS. WIL L R Y~ E. BAR ROW. Mrs, W’illry Eva Barrow, 73, formerly of Kansas City, died yesterday at a nursing home in Los Angeles. She was born in Windsor, Mo., and lived here 50 years. She moved to Los Angeles 12 years Saturday at the chapel. MRS. FRANK A. BECKER. Mrs. Agatha Becker, 76, of 4943 Tracv, died yesterday at St. Mary’s hospital She was born in Cincinnati, and lived here 2 years. She was a member of St. Francis Xavier’s Catholic church. Surviving are her husband, Frank A. Becker of the home; two daughters, Miss Olga Becker of the home, and Mrs. Vivienne Bums. 4941 Tracy; a sister. Miss Olga Hartmann, 4941 Tracy; three grandchildren and a great-granddaughter. Services will be held at 9 o’clock Saturday at the church; burial in Calvary cemetery. The rosary will be said at 8 o’clock tonight at the Muehlebach chapel, where friends may call after 6 o’clock tonight. WAL~UW CLARK Hal W. Clark,* 83, Blue* Springs, died last night at the Independence hospital He owned several cigar stores in Kansas City before he moved to Blue Springs 20 years ago. Before he retired 10 years ago, he worked for the Lowe Drug company in Blue Springs. His parents, David Clark and Mrs. Mary Harris Clark, were early settlers of Jackson County. Mr. Clark was a member of the Blue Springs Methodist church. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Leafy Clark of the home; a daughter, Mrs. Margurite Druet, Salina, Kas.; a son, Paul Clark, 6740 Riley, Overland Park; four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Services will be held at 2 o’clock Sunday at the church; burial in the Blue Springs ceme tery. Friends may call from 7 to 9 o’clock Saturday at the Webb chapel FRED C. DAMMAN, JR. Fred C. Damman, jr., 47, of 3020 South Twenty-first court, Kansas City, Kansas, died yesterday at the Veterans hospital after a 10- month illness. He was born in Kansas City, Kansas, and was in the armored infantr>’^ in World War II. He was a trailer mechanic. Mr. Damman was a member of the Newton-Davis V. F. W. post .and had been active in the Kaw council of the Boy Scouts. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Laura G. Damman, and a son, J. D. Damman, of the home; his father, Fred C. Damman, sr., 634 Seminary, Kansas City, Kansas, and a sister, Mrs. Mable E. .Cannon, Sacramento, Calif. Services will be held at 1 o’clock Saturday at the First United Pentacostal church; burial in Mount Moriah cemetery. Friends may* call until 11 o’clock Saturday morning at the Newcomer chapel. Brush Creek and the Paseo. MRS. WIULH^“ d AVIDSON. Mrs. Helen G. Davidson, 43, of 2915 Forest, died Wednesday at the General hospital She had been ill two years. She was born here and attended East high school She was a saleswoman for Parkview Drug company. Surviving are her husband, William Davidson of the home; a son, Edward Humphrey, Los Angeles; a sister, Mrs. Billie Sturm, 8306 Summit, and four grandchildren. MRS. SAM COOLER. Mrs. Jean Godler, 44, of 8016 Holmes, died yesterday at Menorah Medical Center. She was member of Congregation Ke- hilath Israel She was a member of the Vishay club, Hadassah and the auxUiary of the Home for Jewish Aged. Surviving are her husband, Sam Godler of the home; two sisters, Mrs. Harry Robinson, 5050 Oak, and Mrs. Israel Spack, 732 East Gregory, and a brother, William Seigel, University City, Mo. Services will be held at 1 o’clock Friday at the synagogue; burial in Blue Ridge cemetery. The pallbearers: Abe Yodler, Jack Bohm, Sheldon Gallas, Bernard Robin son, Allen Robinson, Morris Oliver, Marvin Silver, Hale Lait, Barry Spack, Dr. Jack Vincent, Dr. Ed Twin and Dr. Abe Braverman. The family suggests contributions to the Vishay club. MISS FRANCES E. MILLER. Miss Frances Emogene Miller, 56^ of 703 West Thirty-fourth, died I North burial in the White Chapel Memorial gardens, Kansas City, yesterday at St. Mary’s hospital after a long illness. She worked in the display art department in Providence hospital He was in Basehor, Kas., and lived here 11 years. He had been employed by Standard and Rodney Milling companies and as a service station attendant. He was a Baptist. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Nora B. Hundley of the home; two sisters, Mrs. Alice McClure, Leavenworth, Kas., and Mrs. Hazel Stout, Oklahoma City, and a brother, Robert Hundley, Leavenworth. Services wUl be held at 2 o’clock Saturday at the Davis chapel, Leavenworth; burial in Glenwood cemetery, Basehor. _________ ERLE J. JOLLEY. Erie J. Jolley, 42, of San Jose, Calif., formerly of Kansas City, died yesterday in a hospital in San Jose. He was born in Bartlesville, Okla., and lived in Kansas City from 1950 to 1956. He man aged a discount department store in San Jose. Surviving are his wife, .Mrs. Betty Cromer Jolley; three sons, William Jolley, David Jolley and Peter Jolley; three daughters, Susan Jolley, Christy Jolley and Ann Jolley, all of the home; a brother. Jack Jolley, Los Angeles, and a sister, Mrs. Mildred Hess, Bartlesville. Services will be held at 1 o’clock today at the Hays chapel in Mountain View, Calif.; burial in Mountain View. BILLY C. LOVE. Billy Gene Love, 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Love, 1216 North Eighty-third, Wyandotte County, died of cerebral palsey yesterday at a nursing home at 1525 Sterling, Independence. He was born at Harrison, Ark., and lived in Wyandotte County five years. Also surviving are two brothers, Jimmy Love and Tommy Love of the home; the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, Mosco Love, St. Joe, Ark., and the maternal grandparents, .Mr. and .Mrs. Wayne Keeling, Argus, Calif. MRS. AUGUST J. LUETKENHOLTER. Mrs. Clara A. Luetkenholter, 74, Grain Valley, died Wednesday at the Lexington, Mo., hospital She was a member of the Methodist church in Napoleon, Mo. Surviving are her husband, August J. Luetkenholter of the home; a son, Richard J. Luetkenholter, Grain Valley; two granchildren and five great-grandchildren. Services will be held at 2 o’clock Saturday at the Methodist church in Napoleon; burial in the church cemetery. Friends may call from 4 to 9 o'clock today at the Reppert chapel, Buckner. WILLIAM F. MARTIN. William Frederick Martin, 73, of 1241 Pennsylvania, died Tuesday at the home. He was born in South Dakota, and lived here most of his life. He was a landscape gardner. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs, Helen Green, Mountain Home, Ark. Services will be held at 1 o’clock Friday in Mount Calvary cemetery, Kansas City, Kansas. MILOS N. MIKULIC. Milos N. Mikulic, 78, of 1817 Sterling, Independence, died yesterday at the Independence hospital He was born in Belgrade, Yugoslavia, and lived in Independence 40 years. He was a retired electrician and had worked for the Independent Electric Machinery company. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Frances T. Mikulic of the home; a son, Boyourd M. Mikulic, 7408 Harrison, and grandson. Services will be held at 2:30 o’clock Saturday at the Floral Hills chapel; burial in Floral Hills cemetery. Friends MRS. CLARENCE A. SEITTER. Mrs. Judith Pearle Seitter, 78, Amo“Kmr;rnee; ; Oi HamUlon .Mo., died of . heart here for 15 vear« She was bom i ailment jesterday at the home, to AtihLn,fat:^d live^ here 1 She was 30 years. She was a member of Hamilton. Surviving are her hus- the Linwood Presbyterian church. Services will be held at 9:30 o’clock Saturday at the Earp chapel, and at 1:30 o’clock in the Hiawatha. Kas., cemetery. GEORGE MOSCHELL. George Moschell, 87, a resident of this area 10 years, died yesterday at the home, 6042 Alhambra, Mission. He was bora in Pittsburgh and moved here from Granite City, III, after he retired as a steel worker. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Lucille Phipps of the home, and Mrs. Marybelle Smith, Upland, Ind.; a son, H. P. Moschell, Greenwood; two brothers, Louis Moschell and John Moschell, both of Elwood, Ind.; two sisters, Mrs. Kate Abbott, Independence, Ind., and Mrs. Emma McCullough, Pittsburgh; 12 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Services and burial will be held Monday at Elwood, Ind. ROBERT l T n EILL. Robert L. NeiO, 81, of Pleasant Hill, died yesterday at the Harrisonville hospital. He was born in Bedford County, Tennessee, and lived 60 years in Pleasant Hill He was employed by the old American Scale company foundry in Pleasant Hill Mr. Neill was a member of the Pleasant Hill Assembly of God church and the Odd Fellows lodge. Surviving are a daughter. Miss Menetta Neill, and three sons, Jesse Neill, Harold Neill and Virgil Neill, all of Pleasant Hill; three sisters, Mrs. Ruby Harris, California; Mrs. Etta Hodge, Brookline, Mo., and Mrs. Leslie Thomas, Pleasanton, Kas.; six grandchildren and two great­ grandchildren. Services wifi be held at 2 o’clock Sunday at the Wallace chapel Pleasant Hill; burial in the Union Baptist cemetery there. MRS. ROSE PERRY. Mrs. Rose Perry, 76, of 1315 Wood, Kansas City, Kansas, died yesterday at the home. She was born at Reinbeck, la., and lived in Kansas City, Kansas, 14 years. Her husband, John Perry, died in 1957, Mrs. Perry was a member of the Messiah Lutheran church, Kansas City, Kansas. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Nellie Sebby, 2430 North iSventy-seventh, and Mrs. Helen Arata, 426 West Thirty- fifth; two sons, John Hancock, Oelwein, la., and Clarence Perry, Hayfieid, Minn.; a sister, Mrs. Lillie Jurrius, Helena, Mont.; seven grandchildren and six great­ grandchildren. Services will be at 10:30 o’clock Saturday at the Fulton chapel; burial in Chapel Hill cemetery. Friends may call after 5 o’clock today at the chapel. LUTHER M. PORTWOOD. Luther M. Portwood, 62, of 604 West Tenth, died yesterday at the University of Kansas Medical Center after a 3-month illness. He was born in Liberty. Mr. Portwood, a retired farmer, was a member of the Liberty Christian church. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Lena Portwood of the home; two sons, Luther Portwood, jr., Calhoun, Mo., and Curtis Portwood, 4012 North Jackson; his mother, Mrs. Sadie Portwood, Liberty; three brothers, Lemar Portwood, Shelbina, Mo.; Francis Portwood, Liberty, and Robert Portwood, Lansing, Kas.; five sisters, Mrs. William E. Foster, Mrs. Rose Lindsay and Mrs. Harmon Columbia, all of Liberty; Mrs. Andrew T. Flanery, Bucyrus, Kas., and Mrs. Thomas J. Beckett, Stanley in Johnson County, and 11 grandchildren. Services will be held at 2 o’clock Saturday at the Pasley chapel. Liberty; band, Clarence A. Seitter of the home; a daughter, Mrs. Helen Stocklen, 4306 Moats drive, and a granddaughter. Services wUl be held at 2 o’clock Saturday at the Hamilton Methodist church; burial in Highland cemetery there. MRS. VENUS a 7 SLOAN. Mrs. Venus A. Sloan, 71, Little Blue road, Jackson County, died yesterday at a nursing home at 7505 East Eighty-seventh, Raytown. She was a lifelong resident of this area. She was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star. Surviving are a son, James P. Sioan of the home; three sisters, Mrs. Vera Small, 501 West Eleventh; Mrs. Madge Corder, Roach, Mo., and Mrs, Marie Dierks, Albany, N. Y., and three grandchil- dren. Services will be held at 11 o’clock Saturday at the Stine it McClure chapel; burial in Forest Hill cemetery. _______ FUNERAL SERVICES. Services for Jesse M. Eakins, 81, lof 3514 Forest, cathedral; burial in Mount Calvary cemetery. The rosary will be said at 8:30 o’clock tonight at the chapel DEATHS OVER KANSAS. Kingman—Alva W. Brasfield, M. water superintendent and marshal at Cheney 15 years; bora near Norwich, and a Cheney resident Catharine Drennon. ! 19Ä, he was a veteran of 74, of 918 East Ninth, at 8 30 o'clock today at the Newcomer ... _____ . y will be held at chapel. Brush Creek and the Pa- 2 o’clock Friday sen. and at 9 o'clock at St. James at the Newcomer chapel, Brush Creek and the Paseo; burial in Calvary cemetery. He was a retired contractor. The pallbearers; Allen .Stemmons. Ken„ ineth P. Stem- J*««* M Falrint. tuons, Robert P. Jassa M. eaKins. j^jnniear, Perle Dix, Charles Love and Robert Green. John L. Deveney, 71, of 226 North Eighteenth. Kansas City, Kansas, at 7:45 o’clock Saturday at the Butler chapel, and at 8:15 i o’clock at St. Peter’s Catholic Catholic church; burial m Mount 1 f, *, World War 1. Caldwall —Funeral this Fridav for Mrs. Ella Sevier, 59, wife of Olivet cemetery. Richard P. 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