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Thursday, July 25, 1963
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E AT H S » AND FUNERALS | Stofy «n page 2 MOSCOW (UPI) - Artist Alexander M. Gcrojlmov, Stalin's favorite painter and a staunch opponent of abstract art, has died, the Soviet government newspaper ftvestla reported Wednesday GeraslmeVj a onetime president of the Soviet Academy of Art and who painted huge portraits of the late dictator, once said that Pablo Picasso "is a great fighter for peace, but he cannot paint." BISHOP GERALD P. O KARA PHILADELPHIA, Pa. (UPD- Roman Catholic Archbishop Ger aid P. O'Hara, the Vatican apos tolic delegate to Britain, was buried Wednesday following a Solemn Pontifical Mass here. The Most Rev. Egidio Vagnoz zi, apostolic delegate to the Unit cd States, celebrated the mass at the cathedral of Sts. Peter and Paul. Interment was in a crypt in the cathedral. The archbishop died in London on July 16 at the age of 68. He was a native of Scranton, Pa. MRS. LEROY MILLER GALVA—Funeral services for Mrs. LeRoy Miller,, 90, of Galva, who died Sunday in Kewance, were held Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. in the-Johnson-Gill-Schuster Chapel in Galva. Rev. Kenneth Starns, pastor of the First Baptist Church in Galva, officiated, Orgon selections were played by Mrs. Peter B. Meerdink. Pallbearers included Joe Lord, Peyton Dexter, Irving Anderson, Albert Frank, Raimason Smith and Russell Alderman. Burial was in the Galva Cemetery. HOMER WEBSTER TOULON—Funeral services for Homer Webster, 87, of West Jersey, who died Saturday, were held Monday in the West Jersey Methodist Church.. The pastor, Rev. Forrest Riscburg, officiated. Organist was Mrs. Harold Ely and soloist was Carl Fourth, Laura. Pallbearers were grandsons of Mr. Webster and included Willard Carroll, Wallace Webster, Harold Webster, Francis Webster, Sidney Webster and Eugene Webster. Burial was in West Jersey Cemei tery. MISS ALICE LINDSTROM Miss Alice Lindstrom, 88, of 924 N. Kellogg St., died here today after an illness of several years. She was born in Galesburg Oct. 31, 1872, and worked as a stenographer in Chicago for many years until she retired and moved to Rock Island. When she became ill she returned to Galesburg to live with a sister, Mrs. Arcella HENDRICKS FUNERAL HOME Oneida, III. Joseph Charles Fansler Altona Funeral services: FRIDAY - 2 P.M. at the HENDRICKS FUNERAL HOME whore friends may call this evening. Burial in Kewance Evergreen Memorial Gardens. Emery, who survives with a nephew, Fred Emery, also of Galesburg. She was confirmed at First Lutheran Church. Funeral will be Saturday at 10 a. m. at Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Chapel, and burial will be at Linwood Cemetery. There will be no visitation. JOHN It. QUICK TITUSVILLE, Pa. (UPD-John H. Quick, Pittsburgh, one of the state's oldest residents, died Wednesday at the home of a daughter. He was 107. ELDON J. BRUINGTON Graveside services for Eldon J. Bruinglon, 68, a native of North Henderson, will be conducted Friday at 10 a.m. at Mount Vernon Cemetery at North Henderson by Rev. William A. Palmer, pastor of North Henderson Methodist Church. Mr. Bruington died Friday at Onamia, Minn., where he had resided the last 20 years. He was born May 6, 1894. Surviving with his wife are three cousins, Jack Deets and Mrs. Islea Deets of Galesburg and Mrs. Ruth Heck of Monmouth. Families Plan Reunions OPHIEM - The 32nd annual Anderson reunion will be held in Long View Park, Rock Island, Sunday. Conrad Wilson of Coal Valley is president; Kenneth Anderson of Galesburg, vice president, and Mrs. Ben Byram of Lynn Center, secretary. Frank Anderson families will hold their 28th annual reunion Sunday in Long View Park, Rock Island. Earl Peterson of Ophiem is president; Harold Lawson, New Windsor, vice president, and Mrs. Lawson, secretary. Each family will take their own beverage. Benson-Johnson Reunion Donald Baldwin of, Aledo was elected president at the 30th annual Benson-Johnson family reunion Sunday at Long View Park. LeRoy Young of New Windsor is vice president and Miss Beverly Whitnack of Viola, secretary. The 1964 reunion was set for the fourth Sunday in July at Long View Park. Mrs. Elmer Johnson of Alpha was the oldest present, and Lesia Benson of New Windsor, youngest. The 70 members present werfe from New Windsor, Lynn Center, Osco, Alpha, Aledo, Biggs ville, Seaton and Ophiem. Earl Peterson of Ophiem was elected president at the 19th annual Peterson family reunion Sunday in Fenton Park, Aledo. Conrad Wilson of Coal Valley was elected vice president and Mrs. Robert Anderson of Coal Valley, .secretary-treasurer. The 52 in attendance set the J 964 reunion for the fourth Sunday in July at the same place. Members attended from Orion, Cam- brige, Coal Valley, Rock Island, Woodhull and Ophiem. Jury Rules On Death of Galva Man Accidental death was the ver> diet reached Wednesday by a Peoria county coroner's jury impaneled to. investigate the death of Edwin Miller of Galva last week. Verdict came after a state trooper testified that his investigation of the 2-car accident led him to believe the mishap resulted because one of the vehicles was in the wrong lane. Mrs. Elizabeth Lupfer, 63, of Galva, who was ticketed for wrong lane usage following the July 9 accident, declined to testify on the advice of her attorney. The trooper said he talked to Mrs. Lupfer after the accident at a hospital, where she was treated for injuries, and she denied being in the wrong lane. • According to Wednesday's testimony, 76-year-old Miller was a passenger in the Lupfer car along with his wife Florence, 72, and Mrs. Nettie C. Hartin/ 70, of Galva. Other car was driven by Mrs. Bessie Shaw, 64, of Peoria, with three passengers. The two drivers and six passengers involved in the accident were treated for injuries. Occurs East of Brimficld The accident occurred about one-tenth of a mile east of Brimfield on U.S. 150. Mrs. Shaw was unable to testify before the jury. One of the passengers in her car, Carol McGahey of Chillicothe, told the jury she was looking out the window when she felt the car swerve off the roadway. She said Mrs. Shaw pulled back onto the road colliding with - the other car. Miss McGahey said she was' unable to say which lane either car was in at the time of impact, or what caused Mrs. Shaw to swerve. Miller was rushed to Peoria's Proctor Hospital, where he died July 10 as a result of the accident. Dr. Donald L. Burhans, coroner's physician, listed the cause of death as shock due to a ruptured spleen and left kidney, due to trauma. Gotesbura Register-Maif, (kitesbura. Ill, Thursday. Julv 25, T963 21 i Mr, Marion S. Courson 1687 E. Main St. Funeral: 2 P.M. - FRIDAY FIRST & PUCKETT CHAPEL. REV. STANLEY MANNING. COMMITTAL: MAQUON CEMETERY. Friends may call this evening at the funeral home. 96 North Chamber? St. GALESBURG, IUINOJ5 KTABUSHEO IMf- Work Continues In US Embassy Despite Seizure HAVANA (UPI) - The government has taken no action so far to enforce its order nationalizing the U.S. embassy building hero. Work at the embassy proceeded normally Wednesday, with people coming and going on routine errands as they would on any oilier day. Since the Uniled States broke off diplomatic relations with Cuba in January, 1961, the embassy offices havo been used by Swiss diplomats handling U.S. affairs in Cuba. Cuban officials asked the Swiss Wednesday to vacate the building. Informed sources said the Swiss embassy protested both the nationalization and the request that they leave, and for the time being they remained in possession. Poultry and Canned Tuna Are Bargains By The Associated Press Turkeys, chickens, canned tuna and peanut butter have this in common this weekend—they offer shoppers lots of protein at bargain prices. Beef, pork and lamb, the more popular sources, are still plentiful. But prices continue to edge higher. Broiler-fryer chickens enjoy special attention in the Northeast and Southeast. They are considered best buys at many shops in both regions. Beef features include rib, chuck and round roasts. Pork attractions lean to smoked and cured varieties, with hams and picnics leading the list. Variety meats and cold cuts offer economical eating in some areas. Vegetables features include green beans, cabbage, squash, celery, potatoes, sweet corn, peppers, cucumbers, lettuce, peas and onions. Tomato p r i c e s vary, low some places where nearby supplies are good hut higher than seasonal many other places. Regionally, other vegetable features include eggplant, spinach new sweet potatoes, broccoli, cauliflower and okra. Fruit features include blueberries, strawberries, grapes, peaches, bananas, new apples, mangoes, limes and watermelon. Grocery-shelf attractions, with peanut butter, include evaporated milk, cooking and salad oils, and mayonnaise. Arlan's Elect Chairman A Detroit lawyer, Alan E. Schwartz, was elected, chairman of the board of directors of Arlan's Department Stores Tuesday. He succeeds Lester Palestine, who resigned as chairman and secretary. He will remain as a company director. Schwartz, 37, is a member of the law firm Honigman, Miller, Schwartz and Cohn. He is also a director of Cunningham Drug Stores, Inc., Macoid Industries, Inc., and Soss Manufacturing Co. He previously served as a director of Kaiser-Frazer, Inc., and Willys Motors, Inc. Arlan's currently operates 37 stores, principally in the Midwest. Sales for the fiscal year ended Jan. 26 were $102,527,649 and net earnings amounted to $2.02 per share. The common stock, now traded over-the-counter, will be put on the New York Stock Exchange beginning August 5. Area Men Train To Operate a Nitrogen Plant Summer school started today for 45 men, including one from Galesburg, who will operate a multi-million dollar nitrogen chemical plant at Cordova. Operated by Nitrin Inc., the 6- week course is designed to teach H INCH LI f F a PEARSON FUNERAL HOMECHAPEL Phone 343-2101 287 N. Broad MR. ELDON J. BRUINGTON — Onomia, Minn. Graveside services 10 A.M. Friday at Mt. Vernon Cemetery at North Henderson, 111. —o— MR. LAUREL L. CLARK — 1289 N. Academy St. Services 2 P.M. Friday at Hinchliff & Pearson Funeral Chapel. There will be no visitation. —o— MISS ALICE LINDSTROM ~ 924 N. Kellogg St. Services 10 A.M. Saturday at Hinchliff & Pearson Funeral Chapel. There will be no visitation. 1,029 Drivers Affected by State Action The office of Charles F. Carpentier, secretary of state, reported Wednesday the revocation of 235 and the suspension of 794 drivers' licenses, chauffeur's licenses and driving privileges. The actions were based on local court convictions and police reports. At the same time, it was reported that probationary permits to drive were issued to 426 persons whose licenses previously were suspended, but who did not have a total point accumulation in excess of 62. ' Listed for suspensions were four persons in this section of the state. Three traffic violations within a year resulted in reported suspensions for Sydney C. Finley of 264 Holton St., and Donald G. Hunt of Colona, Henry County. Violation of a restriction on license or permit was listed as reason for suspension of the license of Wilfred D. Porter, Alexis Route 2, while driving while intoxicated was the reason for suspension of the license of Michael De Wulf of Kewanee. Revocation of the license of Earl M. Racster of Orion for driving while intoxicated was listed on the report. Reasons for revocations were: driving while intoxicated, 181; leaving scene of an accident, 3; drag racing, 4; displayed license not issued to him, 4; three offenses within one year, 27; gave incorrect information on application for license, 11; caused or contributed to an accident resulting in death or injury, 1; permitted fraudulent use of license, 3; driving while license or permit are suspended or revoked, 1. Reasons for suspensions were: violated restriction on license or permit, 21; three offenses within one year, 700; permitted fraudulent use of license, 2; caused or contributed to an accident resulting in death or injury, 18; driving while intoxicated, 35; gave incorrect information on application for license, 2; driving while license or permit are suspended or revoked, 16. Mandatory provisions of the law applied in 133 of the cases and discretionary in 896. Residents of other states were listed in 13 actions. the men to make nitrogen fertilizers. Wayne G. Richards of 1547 Haynor St. will graduate just as the first production unit goes into operation. The plant, now being construct* ed at Cordova's Industrial Park, will run arourid the clock every day of the year producing a complete line of nitrogen fertilizers. The 138,000-ton per year ammonium synthesis plant is completely integrated with production facilities for nitric acid, ammonium nitrate solutions, ammonium nitrate pills, urea and nitrogen solutions. The men taking the course come, from a 50-mile radius of Cordova" Report Tells of Freeivay Needs A report by a committee of the Automobile Manufacturers Assn. says that the economy of large cities is depending more and more on prompt completion of planned new freeway networks. The Highway Economics Research Committee prepared the report. Members were from ma jor motor vehicle manufacturers They said that, "Modern urban freeways, entirely financed by special motorist taxes, arc the logical and economical answer to changes in metropolitan development and the desire of people for increasing personal mobility." But the report said that some metropolitan areas rely heavily on existing or improved public transit facilities, but pointed out that buses are the prime movers here. Kroger Promotes Two Employes Two men in the Peorra Kroger Division have been promoted as of today. C. B. Hendryx of Peoria has been appointed meat buyer for the company. He will be in charge of purchasing all meats, poultry and seafood for all Kroger stores within a 100-mile radius of Peoria. W. Haller of Pekm takes over as field meat merchandising representative of all 35 Kroger stores in the Peoria Division. He will work with store managers' and meat department managers on the merchandising and sales promotions of all meat items. Oneida Agent Scheduled for Sales Award Merton D. Messmore, of Oneida, special agent of the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co., will be cited July 22 for life insurance sales among the company's more than 2,500 agents coast-to-coast in the 1963 agents' honor year. He is associated with Ken Elliott district agency, Kewanee. Messmore is a winner of the Bronze section award, presented to an NML agent for sales achievement during his initial years with the company. SUSPENDED WASHDAYS—With maximum safety, and still some danger involved, a window-washer stands precariously on this modern elevator-type window-washing device. Above the avenues of New York City on this 60-story building, it will take a month to wash 8,800 windows. With poor weather it may take longer. The machine is electrically operated and has a* building- to-ground two-way radio for communications. Wife Steals Key From Policeman When Love Ehbs CHICAGO (AP)—It used to be all moon and June in the early married days of Policeman Max J. Berkowsky and his wife, Flor ence. But the rhyme has changed. Now Berkowsky wants his house key. Berkowsky, 42, asked Judge Sigmund Stefanowicz of Superior Court Wednesday to order his wife to give him his house key back. He said his wife, who has started divorce proceedings, stole his key from his pants pocket as he slept in the apartment they still share. Judge Stefanowicz granted the order after Berkowsky told how he often had to stand outside for several hours after coming home from a day of fighting crime. Former Official Of Burlington Dies in Chicago CHICAGO (UPI) - Burial services will be held in Oak Hill, W. Va., for Holly Stover, 80, former president of the Chicago and Eastern Illinois Railroad and executive assistant to the president of the Burlington Route. Stover died in St. Luke's Presbyterian Hospital here Tues day. A former coal properties owner, Stover sold millions of tons of coa in his lifetime. He became a director of the Gulf, Mobile and Northern Railroad in 1940, and served in the Office of Defense Transportation during World War II. "He became president of Chicago and Eastern Illinois in 1944, and joined the Burlington Route in 1950. (jIlCfflUTy ivgpvrfviOT f «*yM fcdift 1 *4 *1 Its! "JJI -m "3 1 1M I *M HPI BLIND AD BOX RENTAL ~ (Repliti Mailed Out-of-tewa) 00* Cerd ol Thin** ^ l-inetteff LodM Notice* J H.0O DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. «*» 1 «J7 T MM I ..«*».. j 1,10 mum JB-« I M Iff 1 41*38 | 9M SATUK1MV 9:15 A.M. Lodge Notices MASONIC NOTICE Alpha Lodge No. 1SS A.F.&A.M. MASTER Mason Degree. Two candidates. Friday, July 26, 6:00 p.m. All Master Masons cordially invited. Refreshments. Harry M. Price, W.M. „^Clyde_R. Landon ,_Scc 'y. Lost and Found—1 KITTEN lost — small, yellow. Found—gray kitten. Maple and Fremont area. Call 343-5524. DOG LOST — Black and white Boston Bull Terrier, near Fair Acres. Phone 343-6404 or 3422657. GONE FOR GOOD? Not tt you quickly placa a LOST AD. Phone 342-5161. BLACK leather clutch purse lost between Lincoln Park and Lake Storey Sunday evening. Contained watch, Grant's coupon book and Jewelry. Reward. Phone 342-2309. . Business Service—* NELSON'S Bryant gas furnace and burners. Used stokers, gutter work. 13S N. Seminary. 343-2318. Weed Mowing E. J. MARTTN-342-0521 DRYWALL Installed finished and textured. Sprayed on accoustic ceilings. Free estimates. Call Phillip's Drywall. 5153 Elmwood, 111. Box 834. WRIGHT'S HEATING Thermo-Products, Gas • oil furnaces, sheet metal, gutterwork. Free estimates, 1-5 year pay* ment Pl an - 29 Publio Square. 343-633 Nlte 343-5494. STOMBERG - DAVIS RADIO . TV Antenna installations. Knoxville, 111. Phone Days 289-5256, Nights 289-5471 or 289-6236. Painting and Decorating Building and Remodeling. Free Estimates. Call 342-8214. REFUSE SERVICE Pleasing you pleases us. WE APPRECIATE your business. Call us anytime. Citywide Rub* bish Removal. 343-8665 or 3434136. —— Senator Wants More Faets on Moscow Treaty WASHINGTON (AP) —* Sen. Frank J. Lausche, P-Ohio, said today he wants z-eassurance for the safety of the United States before he votes for a nuclear test ban treaty with the Soviet Union. The Senate will be called upon to approve or reject any such treaty. "Thus far, I have had no word reflecting the study and the judgment reached by the chiefs of staff. Ultimately, they will be called upon to defend the country in case of strife. Their views cannot be disregarded," he added. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! 'i Wally Is Best Seed Spitter In Raleigh, N. C. RALEIGH, N.C. (UPI)—Wally Ausley, a local boy, spat a watermelon seed 35 feet and six inches Wednesday. The unheralded Ausley's remarkable performance astounded the crowd, shamed his competitors, and broke the watermelon festival record. The old champion, John Alexander, once spat a watermelon seed between his teeth, wafting Wednesday was 29 feet, but it appeared that would do. Then he leaned his 200-pound line, bit off a hunk of watermelon and carefully selected a likely seed with his tongue. He held the seed between his teth, wafting air around it to dry it off. Thn he leaned his 200-pound frame forward, squinted and loosed a mighty spit that brought gasps of wonder from the crowd. "It's just a matter of conditioning," said Ausley modestly. PIONEER TRIP—Campistos or cowboys shunt herd of cattle aside to permit bus passage near Choluteca, Honduras, as some 60 officials from the United States, Canada and Latin America make a pioneer trip on the first overland route to link the Americas, the Pan American Highway. Violan Reports on Trip to Bahama Islands VIOLA — Signs of communism and marked activity on the part of a group know as Liberals was noted in the Bahama Islands by Martin Maher of Viola, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Maher, who recently returned from a few weeks there as a layman with the Global Harvesters, an interdenominational group. Maher was one of three youths from Illinois who joined a group of 22 from the United States who paid their own way for the trip. They left by plane from Tampa in June to do church work and serve as instructors on three different islands. Maher is affiliated with the Viola Methodist Church. Impressed With Nassau He was impressed with Nassau, the capital city, but stated, the island under British rule, still lacks many modern conveniences, and, in some places where the group served, electric service was just starting to be installed. English is spoken so they had no language barrier. There was an abundance of sea food. The hunu'dity was high and the weather sultry most of the time. The group was impressed with the welcome they received and the fine treatment accorded them during their stay. Maher is making arrangements for another trip to Guatemala as a member of the Global Harvesters group. He wiil enter high school for his senior year this fall. Cor All PLUMBING NEEDS cal) Youngren Plumbers 1327 Brown Ave. — 343-6813. Personal-Special Notice—4 AVON PRODUCTS " If interested in buying or aell- ing, Call 342-0360. RENT Electric Carpet Sham- pooer for only $1 per day with purchase of Blue Lustre, Kellogg Drake & Co. BE SURE to visit the Salvation Army Red Shield Store at 16 Public Square. Bargains In clothing. appUancea and furniture; . Male Heir Wanted—8 IF YOU are over 21, married, high school education, you may qualify for one of the top paying route jobs in Knox County. Apply TraveLodge Motel, Rm, 218, 7:30 to 9:30 pjn. Friday, July 26, Saturday, July 27, from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. Ask for Mr. Newton. (Continued on page 22) Only 4 Seeded » Players Left In Girls Meet LAKE BLUFF, IU. (AP)-Top- ranked Peaches Bartkowicz of Hamtramck, Mich., heads only four seeded survivors remaining in the National Girls 16-and-under tennis Tournament. Peaches enters Thursday's quarter-finals against Bonnie Ellis of Fulierton, Calif, Bonnie upset seventh seeded Wendy Overton, Ormond Beach, Fla., Wednesday. Others who knocked off seeded players to make the quarter-finals were Pixie Lamm, Piedmont, Calif.; Sheryl Pruitt, Pasadena, Calif., and Susan Dykes, Warren, Mich. In addition to Peaches, the other seeded contenders remaining are No. 3 Rose Mary Casals, San Francisco; No. 4 Patsy Hippy, Shawnee, Okla., and No. 5 Patsy Vest, Jackson, Miss. Visitors Expected ALGIERS, Algeria (UPD-De- ense Minister Houari Boyme- dienne was. expected to arrive in Cuba today for an official visit, lie was traveling with Cuban Industry Minister Brnatt (Che) Gut* vara, who has bean here tlam Algeria's iadependeace celebrations, July 5. REAP W&JHAWt AMI

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