Traverse City Record-Eagle from Traverse City, Michigan on August 31, 1963 · Page 3
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RECORD-EAGLE, TRAVERSE CITY, MICHIGAN SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1963 f»og« 3 so EASY... To Be Your Own Decorator with Super Kem-tone Smart New Colors Easy to Apply Dries in 20 Minutes Guaranteed Washable Hospital Notes OSTEOPATHIC ADMISSIONS Mrs. Fred Komrska, Buckley. DISMISSALS John Hadley, Rapid City: Gerald Wooters, Maple City: Ernest Lopor, 205 W. 15th: Mrs. Walter Peters, 1142 Center rd.; William Durocher, R. 5. * 6.59 GAL. · At Your Downtown Hardware TRUDE r HARDWARE iWe Deliver Wl 6-4303 M U N S O N ADMISSIONS Mrs. L a w r e n c e Valencourt, Onekama: Caryl C. Tavener, Leland; Cindy L. Fralick, Fife Lake; Brian W. Fish, Peninsula Dr; Frederick R. Lake, 1014 Grant: Mrs. Robert 0. Pearl, Charlevoix; Keith H. Smith, 43G Webster; James D. Ostrander, Gaylord; Donald P. JlcGIll, Wellston; Sheryl I. Rawlings, Kingsley: Mrs. Clarine L. Muuzert, 516 Sixth; Thomas Manville, Holiday Hills Rd; Kimberly Jo Witucki, Grand | Blaoc; Mrs. Ella Gray, Maple City; Jan L. Sperry, 701 E. Orchard; Mrs. Mabel N. Curtiss, 1115 W. Front; Sharon Lloyd, Bellville; Miss Emma Schaub, Lake Lee lanau; Richard Coryell. A l d e n ; Andrew Petersen. Manistee; Bert Wickam, Grand Rapids. DISMISSALS Jay E. Meek, «4 State; Irene E. Jackson. Gaylord; DeVito's G U A R A N T E E D WATCH REPAIR 325 3. Union Dial Wl 7-7545 Cradle Roil CORDEX -- M r . - a n d Mrs. Joseph Cordon (Idella Kiddor) of 2012 liast Front street, announce the birth of a son this morning at Munson hospital. VARGAS -- A son was born Friday morning at Munson hospital to · Mr. and Mrs. Silverio Vargas (Frances Alvarado) of R. 1, Traverse City. One thing f u n n y About the moon. It gets no attention Except in June. . Penguins, which behave much like people,' biologically are a primitive form of bird. Ask JIM THIRLBY 7 Tliis Question: A customer of ours hod an accident with a car that we had loaned to him tvhile me ivere fixing his car, and it looks as if he was at fault in the accident. Will our garage policy pay for the damages to the car that he hit? On Any Insurance Problem Consult ThFrfby Insurance 413 EAST STH STREET PHONE Wl M6C6 Memorial to C. .C Cotthard j A memorial to the late Charles i C. Gotthard of Buckley for outstanding service to soil conservation was dedicated Friday at the | state 4-H camp at Camp Kelt, Cen- j ter Lake. Osceola county. The memorial is a nature study trail to be known as the Charles ! C. Gotthard Memorial Trail. The dedication and presentation was made on behalf of the Michigan Association of Conservation Districts by I. W. Peterson of Lakeview, president ot the organization. Receiving the gift on behalf of the ·1-H Foundation was E. J. Clabuseli ot Pigeon, president of the foundation. The 32-member Mesick choir sang at the ceremony. Gotthard was a charter member of the Wexford soil conservation district when it was founded IS years ago and served continuously on its board of directors. He was chairman at the time of his death April 27, 19C1, and was also president of the state association, vice president of the state conservation committee, and council member of the national association. Mrs. Mary Gotthard of Traverse City, widow of Mr. Gotthard, was present at the dedication. She was accompanied by Mr. Gotthard's sister. Mrs. Mildred Svec of Buckley, Mrs. Gotthard's son, Stuart Tyson and wife of Buckley, and her niece. Mrs. Leslie Walton of Traverse City. Glenn L. Jordan, Saginaw; Mrs. George" Edmonds, Center Rd: Mrs. Bessie F. Clement, Peninsula Dr: Floyd J. Ford, .Wolverine: Mrs. Delbert nopor. Frankfort: Eric T. Jones, 513 W. Sth: Roger Sieting. Kalkaska; Mrs. Harold Snyder, Fife Lake; Mrs. Beatrice J. Nelson, S30 Hannah; Mrs. Bert L. Sopor, M10 Rennie; Mrs. Albert Boehuleiii, Kingsley: · ; Deborah A. Smith. Milwaukee: Colleen W. Tiiaxtou, 3S7C Park- lane; ' ; Debra L. Pringle. Maple City; Jack 'Rr Sherwood. Mancelona; Robert W. Robertson, R. 2: Rhonda S. Allen, R. 5; Cynthia and Steven Wiuowiecki, .Cedar; Tami J. Armstrong, Ellsworth; Mrs. Paul Howe, SG-i E. Front. NEWS BRIEFS F L O R I D A V I S I T O R S -- Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Hall ot Merritt Island, Florida, arrived Thursday to spend tliree weeks' vacation at their cottage on Duck Lake. The Halls are former residents of the Grawn community. . ON USS E N T E R P R I S E -- Dale T. Wood, Runner's mate second class, USN. son of Mrs. Lillian H. Wood of R. 1, Traverse City, is serving aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS ENTERPRISE which recently visited Barcelona, Spain in the course of her six months deployment with the Sixth [·"led in the Mediterranean. R E T U R N H O M E -- Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Schaub and their four children have returned to their home in Grand Rapids after spend- up several days at the home of the latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. 3d Luczek ot Lake Leelanau. Bruce Schaub has returned to Monroe, Hrginia. where he is a student at ? athcr Judges seminary. Mr. and Mrs. August O'Brien ot Ludington vere also guests of the Luczek's as!, week. IN M E R C Y H O S P I T A L -- Guy :row, former resident ot Traverse ty. was injured August 22 in an auto accident near Cadillac and is present'.}' confined in Mercy hos pital in Cadillac. Mrs. Gerow. who was with her husband in the accident iind also injured, was released last Sunday from the Cadillac hospital. The Gcrows recently sold their home on East Shore road and are - making their new home at 2727C Bune'rt, Warren Michigan. Mrs. Gerow has returned downstate Post Reward in Slayings WASHINGTON END OF "HOT LINE"--This ts the Russian-marked keyboard on one of the teleprinters- on the "hot line" between Washington, D.C., and Moscow, moved into the office of the U. S. Joint Chiefs of Staff. Expected to be In operation by the end of the month, the emergency communications line 'Is a step to reduce the risk ol accidental war between the two powers. NEW YORK, Aug. :31 (UP!) -A $10,000 reward was posted last night for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the killer of two young woman who were slashed with butcher knives in their cast side Manhattan apartment. The Eunds were offered by Newsweek magazine, . the employer of one of the victims. Janice Wyiie. 21. Miss Wyllc, an aspiring actress and nleco of writer Philip Wylie, and Emily ' Hoftert,. 23, daughter of a prominent Minneapolis physician, were found stabbed and tied together in. the bedroo'm of their four-room apartment Wednesday night. They were slain earlier la the day. The investigation of the case took a new turn yesterday wheu police noted there ware "striking similarities" between tho slayings here and the killing last May. or Beverly Samans, 26, in Cambridge, Mass. Moreover, police said that'Miss Hoffert, who was planning to become a school teacher, once tad lived in 'an apartment near where Miss Samas was killed. Old Saying . . . You Know the "A friend In need i« friend indeed." Want Ads are everyone's friend. They sell, hire, · find, rent, trade, and buy. Consult Want Ads first when buying or selling. RECORD^EAGLE WANT ADS Just DIAL Wl 7-7410 U.S."Viet Nam Showdown Is Believed Near Hastings Santo Insurance Agency GENERAL INSURANCE SERVICE · BOB FAWCETT 210-11 State Bank Bldg. · DOROTHY SHERWOOD Dial Wl 6-7045 city. Axel Stordahl, Composer. Dies , ENC1NO. CAL1K.. Aug. 31 (UPI) j -- Axel Stordahl. who composed j I "Day By Day" and "I Should Care" ! j in addition to arranging music for Frank Sinatra and Tommy Dorsey. j died yesterday. i The 50-year-old conippser-arrans- . or was m f i l i a t e d w i t l i the radio program "Your Hit Parade" in the 1940s. Stordahl also was aftiliated with singer Edtlie Fisher's television show Cor tour years. Mrs. Anna Romsek of Copemish Dies COPEMISH -- Mrs. Anna 'Romsek. 70. of Copemifih died Friday at Mercy hospital. Muakegon. She was Ijorn February 32, 1S03, in Yugoslavia. Surviving are five daughters, Mrs. Anna Milks, Mrs. Mary Cribbs, and Mrs. Rose Gawkowskl, all of Mnskegon, Mrs. Agnes Haselsch- wardt of Chelsea, and Miss Helen Romsek o£ Kalamazoo; three sons, John oC Copemish, William of Lansing, and Robert of Muskegon: 24 grandchildren and Eivo great .grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Monday at 10 a.m. at St. Raphael's Church. Copemish, and the rosary vri'l be recited at S p.m. Sunday at the Terwilliger funeral home, Kaleva. Fr. Thomas Schiller will officiate. Burial will he in Holy Name cemetery, Nessen City. SAIGON. VJET NAM, Aug. 31 'UPI) -- Vietnamese gathered in downtown Saigon today at a government rally called in support of the crackdown on Buddhists and mposition of martial law. The government-controlled Viol Nam press agency said 200,000 persons jammed city hall square in ront of the U.S. information office. Unofficial sources put the crowd at about 30,000. Reliable sources said the rally was organized on orders of Ngo Dinh Nhu, the powerful brother o[ President Ngo Dinh Diem, to demonstrate support for the government's policies in a time of crisis. A U.S. general who asked not to be identified said the United Slates stands by .its position that' South Vietnamese military leaders were not responsible for the crackdown. He said personal contacts with Vietnamese officers convinced U.S. officers here that the government moved against the pagodas without telling army leaders. The government contends the crackdown was made at the request of the Vietnamese generals. The government's play for popular backing came as. diplomatic sources said : U.S. Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge" probably will Motorbike Rider Hurt in Mishap Rodney Gerald Groesser, 25, of R. 3, Traverse City, was shaken up when the motorbike he was ruling collided with a oar driven by Marian Kay Blbode, 10, 12S9-I Sylvia, Friday afternoon. State police said the accident occurred on Cherry Bend road at Lincoln road in Elmwood township when Groesser a t t e m p t e d to pass as the Elbode car started to make a left turn. Groesser was ticketed for improper passing. WAfS TO CUT COSTS 0 USE A BUDGET. "\ I-GO'ON A DIET. HO US THE NEXT TIME vou mm SERVICE. THEY DIDN'T THINK IT WAS POSSIBLE--Gudrun Bjarnadotter, 20, Keflavik, Iceland, a quiet, shy and modest girl not even mentioned as a possible winner, is crowned "The .International Beauty of 1964" at Long Beach, Calif., by last year's winner, Tartia. Verstak of Australia. "I'm absolutely numb," the statuesque beauty said as she received check for 510,000. Our service department personnel are members of the Chrysler Corporation M A S T E R T E C H N I - CIANS SERVICE CONFERENCE . . . a confirm-" ous program of mechanical "know-how" that gives our technicians up-to-the-min- u t e i n f o r m a t i o n every month on the "best ways to service your car. That's why you get the right job, done at the' right price when you; bring your' car to us for service. Come in soon and start cutting service costs! WAPLES I Motor Co. · 332 E. Front.. Wl 6-6232 · meet with Diem w i t h i n the next pNliu as the only way to end tbe j few days for a showdown oii the I crisis and press ahead with the Buddhist crisis. The sources said Lodge is expected to demand the removal of las. government's drive to wipe out the Communist Viet Cong gucrril- Northern Michigan's First 5 DAYS CAMPUS PLAZA Q Our Noted Cooks... And Their Favorite RECIPES' Mrs. William Hanson, Betty to her many friends, is a piano teacher and organist and choir director at Grace Episcopal church. She is active in many social and civic works but takes time out to do a top-notch job in the kitchen. Mr. Hanson is assistant administrator at Munson hospital. The Hansons have one son, William, who is a junior at Michigan State University. Betty wishes to share her Tom Thumb Cookie Bar formula with her friends. (Record-Eagle Photo) (CLIP FOR YOUR RECIPE CARD FILE) TOM THUMB COOKIE BARS 1 stick olco /i tsp. salt J4 cup brown sugar (firmly packed) 1 cup sifted flour Combine oleo and salt. Add Y 2 cup brown sugar and cream thoroughly. Add flour and blend. Spread mixture in 8x12x2 greased pan. Bake in moderate oven (325) 15 minutes or until golden 'brown. While first mixture bakes prepare the following: 2 eggs well beaten. Add 1 cup brown sugar (firmly packed) and 1 tsp. vanilla. Beat until thick and foamy. .Then add 2 Tbsp. flour, j/2 tsp. baking powder and j/i tsp. salt; blend. Add 1JA cups shredded cocoanut (1 box or 1 can) and 1 cup chopped nuts. Blend. Spread over baked mixture and return to oven and' bake 25 minutes. Cool, Cut in small bars. Makes Z dozen. ! SEND IN YOUR RECIPES As any housewife In thlt «re« knows this region I* bles*«d with many good cook*... many pottess- ing recipes brought over .from th« old country. It Is felt that .these would be of Interest to many people . . . and anyone having a favorite recipe Is invited to submit It to the Record Eagle addressed to the society editor, Mrs. Brlggs Carroll. This Aid To Homemakers Service la Sponsored By: OLESON'S FOOD STORES

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