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TT" 22 Golesburp Register-Mai I, ..Otojgsburfl, III. Mondoy, Aug. 26, 1963 DEATHS AND FUNERALS WEBB A. MERLOCKER (Story on page ft) pinup HALPERN BUFFALO, N. Y. (UPI) Philip Halpern, 62, a justice of the New York' Supreme Court's appellate division since 1952, died at his home Sunday. He had been ill for two months. ALBERT L. WEEKS PHOENIX, Ariz. (UPI) - Albert Loren Weeks, 75, veteran writer noted for his wit during a career that included stints as a drama critic, playwright, nd advertising and motion picture executive, died Sunday. JAMES O. KlRKWOOD HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - James Oliver Kirkwood, 87, screen star of the silent film era, died Saturday at the Motion Picture Country House and Hospital after e lengthy illness. FRANK HORNE ATMORE, Ala. (UPI) - Frank Home, 55, an attorney who represented the Creek Indians in suits seeking payment for land taken by the United States, died Sunday. two children, Charles and Janice, at home; the mother, Mrs. Violet McNamara of Burlington; one brother, Danny, and one sister, Mrs. Patricia WHscam, both of Burlington. A cousin of Mr. McNamara is Mrs. LaVergne De Forest of Lake Bracken and an uncle is George Daley, 1328 Willard St. Funeral services will be held Thursday at Philadelphia. MRS. BLANCHE McCLINTOCK GALVA — Funeral services for Mrs. Blanche Houghton McClintock, 88, of Galva, who died Wednesday were held Saturday at 1:30 p.m., in the Johnson- Gill-Schuster Chapel in Galva. Rev. John S. Broeksmit Jr., pastor of the First Congregational Church in Galva, officiated. Organ selections were played by Mrs. Earnest Carlson. Pallbearers included Leon Best, Alreck Ericson, Dr. Leo C. Burkey, Peyton Dexter, Charles Whitney and Arthur H. Johnson. Burial was in the Galva Cemetery. GEN. F. J. McMORROW HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (UPI) Services will be held Tuesday for Maj. Gen. F. J. McMorrow, 53, commanding general of the U. S. Army Missile Command at Redstone Arsenal, who died Saturday. CHARLES V. McNAMARA Charles V. McNamai'a of Philadelphia, Pa., a former Galesburg resident, died Sunday at his home following a heart attack. He was born in 1929 in Galesburg and was graduated from St. Joseph's Academy and Corpus Christi High School. He moved io Philadelphia after World War II, and was married to the former Lillian Haines there. Survivors include the widow, Monuments and Mausoleums McFALL MONUMENTS Wisconsin Ruby Red Phone 342-6512 1801 W. Main St Galesburg, 111. MRS. PR1SCILLA PIXLEY BERWICK — Mrs. Priscilla Pixley, 78, of Washington, D. C, widow of Rev. A. R. Pixley, who served as pastor of the Berwick Baptist Church about six years, died Sunday night in Washington, according to word received by Miss Lilly Fordyce of Berwick. Survivors are two daughters, Miss Barbara Pixley and Mrs. Roberta Hayes of Bethesda, M. brothers, George Edward and James Clinton, at home; the maternal grandmother, Mrs. Edna Olin of Aledo, and the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Gillen of Monmouth. MRS. JESSIE BEERY Mrs. Jessie Beery, 81, of Skokie, a former Galesburg resident, died Sunday after a long illness. The former Jessie Schaffer was born in Sparland in 1882 and moved with her parents to Galesburg, where she resided about 60 years. She resided here at 241 W. Simmons St. and moved to the home of her daughter in Skokie eight years ago. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Mable Owen of Skokie and one son Harry Beery of Harvey. She was preceded in death by the husband. Services will be held at Skokie. Funeral arrangements were to be announced. KIMBER &WEST 36 PUBLIC SQUARE PHONE 343-5210 FUNERAL DIRECTORS For Over 60 Years Joseph A. Franklin 364 N. Academy St. FUNERAL 10 A.M. TUESDAY AT KIMBER & WEST CHAPEL. Friends may call at the chapel this evening. Burial at Mt. Sterling, 111. Webb A. Herlocker 1154 N. Prairie St. FUNERAL 10:30 A.M. WEDNESDAY AT KIMBER & WEST CHAPEL. There will be no visitation. MRS. HOWARD VOORHEES Mrs. Howard Voorhees, 65, of 1368 N. Broad St., died unexpectedly today at 12:35 a.m. in her home. She was a former girls physical education teacher at Galesburg High School. Requiem Mass will be celebrated Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. in the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. Friends may call Tuesday afternoon and evening at the Foley Mortuary, where the Rosary will be recited at 8 o'clock. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. The former Louise Burtt was born in Galesburg Feb. 26, 1898, and was educated at St. Joseph's Academy, Chicago Physical Education School and Sargent School of Physical Education at Cambridge, Mass. She was married to Mr. Voorhees June 20, 1928, in Peoria. Mrs. Voorhees was a member of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, Immaculata Guild and Women's Auxiliary to Ralph M. Noble American Legion Post. Survivors are the husband and a brother, Millard Burtt of Quincy. Her late mother operated Madame Burtt millinery shops hi Galesburg and Peoria. BYRON J. PINSON SR. MONMOUTH — Byron J. Pin-! son Sr., 59, of 1005 S. First St., died at 4:40 Sunday morning at Monmouth Hospital, where he had been a patient a week. He was employed at Gale Products, Galesburg. He was born April 29, 1904, at Edina, Mo., and was a member of the Harmony Methodist Church in Missouri. He was married to Eunice Waller Aug. 23, 1928, at Novelty, Mo., and in 1933 they moved to Monmouth. For 22 years Mr. Pinson was employed at Roy G. Miller, Inc., and for the past 10 years at Gale Products in Galesburg. Mrs. Pinson preceded him in death in August 1960. Surviving are two sons, Byron Pinson Jr. and Ronald Pinson and two granddaughters, all of Monmouth; his father, Joe Pinson of Novelty, Mo.; three brothers, Lloyd of La Plata, Mo., Russell of Stronghurst and Stanley of LaBelle, Mo., and a sister, Mrs. Archie Jones of Edina, Mo. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2:30 at the Holliday & Hoover Memorial Chapel, with burial in the Warren County Me morial Park Cemetery. The family will be at the chapel this evening from 7 to 8:30. Mrs. Howard Voorhees 1368 N. Broad St. SERVICES 8:30 A.M., WEDNESDAY, IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY CHURCH. Friends may call at the Foley Mortuary Tuesday afternoon and evening where prayers will be said at 8 P.M. Tuesday. Burial in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Foley MOtTVAtY |1* 3434913) PERRY SERVEN AVON — Perry Serven, 80, died Sunday morning at his home near St. Augustine. Born June 28, 1883, at Prairie City, he was married in 1903 to Stella Wheeler in McDonough County. She preceded him in death. Surviving are four sons, Ercell of Avon, John of Galesburg, Perry Lee of St. Augustine and Larry Amen of Morton; three daughters, Mrs. Doris Ethington of St. Augustine, Mrs. Alberta Bryant of Wilmington and Mrs, Juanita Zuck of Galesburg; two sisters, Mrs. Pearl Hornbaker and Mrs. Emma Buchan of Prairie City; 16 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. He was a member of the Christian Science Church. Funeral services will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Brand Funeral Home in Avon, and burial will be in the Prairie City Cemetery. Visitation will be Tuesday afternoon at the funeral home. GILLEN INFANT MONMOUTH — Mass of the Angels for Mathew Thomas Gil len, infant son of George E. and Mary Olin Gillen of near Mon mouth was said today at 10 a. m. by Rev. Harold F. Prendergast of the Immaculate Conception Church. Burial was in St. Mary's Cemetery. The baby, one of twins borri Saturday at Monmouth Hospital, died at 12:32 Sunday morning. Surviving with the parents are a twin sister, Mary Sue; two E. Galesburg News Items EAST GALESBURG — The Pea Pickers Bunco Club met at the home of Mrs. Harold Bramlett In bunco, prizes were won by Joan Knutson, Cricket Gooley, Rose Mary Wagher and Dorothy Mack. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hamline are visiting Hamline's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Springer of Gardner, Kan. and AnnaBelle Bruce of Kansas City, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Poul&on have moved to the Gilson area. Recent visitors with Willie and Jean Crouch were the Verle Hecks from Chillicothe, Mo. Visit Kin in Iowa Mrs. Harold Gooley and children visited Mrs. Gooley's mother, Mrs. Alice Brookshier, in Sid ney, Iowa. While there they attended the rodeo. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tolbott, Des Moines, visited at the home of her father, Herman Myers, and her aunt, Charlotte Mates. Rex Lufkin and family have moved into the Carl Kennett property. Charles Bybee, Muskogee, Okla., visited at the home of Sam Bybee. The elder Bybee returned home with him for a week's visit. William Corbin and family are spending their vacation in Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Don Knutson have been entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rohm and family and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Knutson of Chicago. Joey Knutson has returned home from a visit with the Rchm family. Set Inquest Into Death Of Man, 79 An inquest will be conducted this evening at 7:45 o'clock into the death of Joseph A. Franklin, 79, of 364 N. Academy St., who was found Saturday about 2 p.m., hanging in the garage at the rear of his residence. The inquest, at the Kimber and West Mortuary, will be conducted by Dr. Richard H. Bick, deputy Knox County coroner, who went to the scene Saturday afternoon and pronounced the man dead. As he went to his car, near the garage, Maurice C. Norton, who resides upstairs in the Franklin residence, observed the body and notified police. Norton told the officers he saw Franklin sitting on the front porch some time between 12 noon and 12:30 p.m., as he went to the corner and also saw the man go into the house as he was returning. Officers were told that Franklin had suffered two heart attacks and was very despondent. Investigating the case were Officers Lester Freeman and Kenneth Harding and Sgt. Donald Butler. The 2-strand rope around Franklin's neck, the report stated, was tied to an angling brace and then over a straight brace in the garage. A bucket, on its side, was found a short distance from the man's feet and he apparently stepped from this bucket, officers reported. Arrange Funeral Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 10 a.m. in the Kimber and West Chapel, where friends may call tonight. Graveside services will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Mount Sterling Cemetery. Mr. Franklin, who retired from farming in December 1951, was born July 22, 1884, at Pittsfield in Pike County. He resided the past 10 years at the North Academy Street address. He was married to Nettie Boulton Oct. 4, 1939, in Burlington. He was a member of the First Baptist Church. Survivors are the widow; a son, Murray L. Franklin of Galesburg; a daughter, Mrs. Glenna Lundquist of Galesburg; five grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Coatsburg Family Visit At Little York LITTLE YORK - Mr. and Mrs. Loren Dickhut and daughter Nancy of Coatsburg, spent a few days with her brother-in-law and sister, Rev. and Mrs. Stanley Rapp. Gary Melton of Seaton spent several days recently with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Boock. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Dunn of Ohio have been visiting her brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. James Connell. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson and family have returned from a vacation trip to Colorado. Mrs. James Kirby entertained six guests at a surprise party and" breakfast for Mrs. Rodney Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Raes and son Albert and their daughter-in- law visited their son, brother and husband, Edward Raes, who is in training at Ft. Knox, Ky. Mrs. Richard Edmonds and children of Muscatine are visiting her parents and assisting them move into the house on the farm of Mrs. Mary Wiley in the Ceday Creek area. Mrs. William Donaldson has left the Monmouth Hospital and is now at the Colonial Nursing home. Mr. and Mrs. James Brasel have returned from Des Moines where he was assistant pastor at the Westminster Church this summer. They will live this fall at Pittsburgh, Pa., where he will attend seminary. James McKelvey reentered Monmouth Hospital Aug. 19 for treatments for the injured foot which he sustained lately. Paul Gene Talbott of Orion came Wednesday to the home of his grandparents for a visit. Mrs. Arthur Means has been dismissed from Monmouth Hospital. She is recuperating at the home of her daughter in. Monmouth. Mr. and Mrs. James Garland and daughters Jackie and Jeannie have returned from a vacation in Wisconsin. Flowers.. "Nature 's most beautiful memorial" nderson florists 312 f. MAM MM. BROAD t4M\» .III > MttlM Radiation Blamed WASHINGTON (UPI) - The Public Health Service reported Sunday that radiation apparently caused a high rate of fatal lung cancer cases among uranium miners in seyen western states. The service said a 12-year study in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Montana, South Dakota, Wyoming and Utah showed 11 cancer deaths among 768 uranium miners who worked underground for five years or more. This is 10 times the normal lung cancer death rate. FBI Captures Man Wanted in Dixie States CHICAGO (UPI) — John Ross, 22, was arrested in suburban Forest View Sunday night for fleeing North Carolina after allegedly assaulting a 75-year old grill pro prietor and stealing $1,730 last July. Ross, formerly of Charlotte, N.C., wa/arrested in the parking lot of the East Texas Motor Freight Co. in Forest View, where he had been working for the last week, Federal Bureau of Inves tigation officials said. Ross was accused of assaulting Victoria Ballingcr, Charlotte, and stealing the money from Bailinger's grill in Charlotte, authorities tries. CHICAGO (UPI)—George Lawton Manus, 45, was scheduled to be arraigned today on charges of unlawful flight from Georgia to avoid prosecution on forgery charges. Lawton was arrested Sunday by Federal Bureau of Investigation agents at his residence. The FBI arrested him for allegedly fleeing Macon, Ga., where ho faced charges he forged at least nine payroll checks May 4 at Monti cello, Ga. Twt>Day Street Closing Is Put Off Two Weeks The Santa Fe Railway has postponed repairs on Its track-highway crossings in Galesburg to Sept. 10, it was announced today. Originally scheduled for this week, the repairs were authorized by the City Council which agreed to close the street crossings during the operation. George A. Cridland, the railway's agent hers, said it would take a day or two for the signal department to change to a different type of circuiting system at the 18 sets of highway crossings in Galesburg. Streets barricaded during the one- or two-day operation will be Phillips, Pearl, Whitesboro, Peck, Chambers, Kellogg, Prairie, Cherry, Cedar and West. Flagmen will be used during operation at other streets. Church Auction Receipts Pass Half-Way Mark A midyear high was reported for Lutheran World Auction receipts which have passed the halfway point toward a $4,450,000 goal. Rev. Rollin G. Shaffer, assistant director of the National Lutheran Council's financial appeal, said that campaign receipts at the end of seven months were $2,233,309. "It is very encouraging' to note," he said, "that the response this year is considerably higher than for similar periods in any of the past 10 years." Funds received will be used to support Lutheran World Auction programs, including refugee aid and expansion of ministry to United States military personnel, the Rev. Mr. Shaffer said. News Notes Of Wataga WATAGA — Mrs. Maebelle Brown entertained her two out- of-town sons recently. Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Brown and sons of Milwaukee and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell K. Brown and Tom of St. Louis, visited with Mrs. Brown. The Wendell Browns continued on to Winona, Wis., to visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald McCabe. Several Wataga residents celebrated birthdays recently. Mrs. Francis Wynkoop noted her birthday on Aug. 18, while Paul Kaufman became seven years old on Aug. 19. Paul's parents, along with his sister Pam and other guests, held a party for him. Attending the celebration were Mrs. George Bacon and Gregg, Mrs. Bob Fundenberger and Ann, Mrs. Charles McCullock with Evelyne, Tom, and Mike, Mrs. Clarence Johnson and Mary Jo, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Smith, all of Galesburg. Mrs. Mable Shreeves of Knoxville, was there, along with Mrs. Benny Maline, Carl and Tommy of Wataga. DeMolay Picks Rainbow Girl As Sweetheart MACOMB, III. (AP)-Tho Illinois Order of De Molay has named Gary Lawler, Freeport state master counselor. Lawler was selected Saturday night at the group's 35th conclave. A ball on the Western Illinois University campus wound up the conclave. Kent Trimble, Moline, was named state senior counselor, and Harry J. Sterling Belleville, was chosen slate junior counselor. About 600 youths attending the meeting voted Barbara Hoops, a Bloomington Rainbow Girl, the De Molay state sweetheart. O'Connor Is 111 RIVERHEAD, NY. (AP)-Basil O'Connor, president of the National Foundation - March of Dimes, remained in fair condition today at Central Suffolk Hospital where he is being treated for an acute heart condition. O'Connor, 71, suffered a heart attack Saturday. READ THE WANT ADS! Forest Blaze Spreads Across Wide Expanse GARDINER, Mont. (AP)—Forest service officials said a spreading forest fire in the rugged Cinnabar Basin near Yellowstone National Park swept through 700 acres of heavy timber Sunday night. Smoke jumpers were dispatched by airplane from Missoula, 100 Indian firefighters traveled to the fire from Billings and hull- dozers were moved into position to build fire lines. List Corporation A corporation charter has been issued to Cedar Rapids Bakers Dozen, Inc., address listed as 5,J7 N. Kellogg St., Galesburg, according to a report from the office of the Illinois secretary of state. Stock was listed as 20,000 shares, common no par value. Incorporators were shown as Richard E. Davison, N. Frances Davison and Bernard G. Maxwell. Purpose of the corporation was for the -sale of and manufacture and distribution of doughnuts, bakery products, foods, beverages and other allied products. Greet Visitors From Urbana At Maquon MAQUON — David Peterson and Tom Haimline, of Urbana, spent the weekend at the rural home of Mr! and Mrs. Ralph Gullett. Mr. and Mrs. Garry Cowman left Tuesday to return to their home at Mendota. They were called here by the death of their 2 -year-old nephew, Douglas Todd Cowman. They visited her mother, Mrs. Lucretia Myei's, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Cowman. John Van de Loo left Monday to return to his home at Wauwatosa, Wis. His wife remained at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Cowman, for a visit. They also were called home by the death of their nephew, Douglas Todd Cowman. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Mitchell and Jerry were hosts Aug. 17 at a birthday dinner to note the birthday anniversary of their mother and grandmother, Mrs. Edna Harper. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Rose and Mrs. Catherine Clayton and children, of Galesburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goudy, rural Macomb. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Murphey of St. Louis, Mo., spent the weekend at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gullett. They attended the wedding Saturday evening of Miss Shirley Hughbanks and Larry Lowe. The Gulletts and the Murphcys recently returned from vacation spent driving through Canada to Lake Lonne, British Columbia, then through the northwestern states. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wilson and children, Galesburg, and Airman and Mrs. Harold Howater of Denver, Colo., were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Clark Monday. Howater is stationed at the Lowry Air Base near Denver. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Booz entertained at a dinner Aug. 15 to note the birthday anniversary of the hostess' uncle, Bert Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dixon and children of Galesburg and Orin Smith were also guests. Rae Heck of Roseville is spending the week at the home of his sister, Mrs. Dolph Clark, and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gooding and son Drew of Canton were Sunday dinner guests at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Gooding. Traffic Toll Of State Light In Weekend By the Associated Press The death of two joyriding youths when their auto collided with a train was the only double fatality during the past week end as traffic accidents took at least 12 lives. The toll was about half the normal number of deaths for a summer week end in Illinois. The Associated Press made its count from 6 p.m. Friday to midnight Sunday. The two youths were killed Saturday at an unguarded rural crossing near Spring Grove in McHenry County. They were Christopher G. Kyalla, 18, of North Chicago and James D. Rompasky, 19, of Waukegan. Police reported there were no skid marks at the unguarded crossing. Wreckage from the crash with the. Milwaukee Road mail train was strewn one-half, mile down the track. Listed on Sunday Those who died Sunday included: Rudolph Carmona, 24, of Fairmont City, killed in a head-on crash on a highway north of East St. Louis. The driver of the other car was hospitalized. A 24-year-old Binghamton, N.Y. co-ed at the University of Illinois was killed and two companions injured after their car went out of control and overturned on Illinois 47 near Yorkville. The victim was Anna Dmitrenko. Mrs. Rosemarie Stelling, 20, of Belleville, killed in a collision on Illinois 159 near Smithton, in Southern Illinois. Four persons were injured. Otto Kelley, about 60, of Wilmette, killed after being struck by two automobiles on Chicago's Northwest Expressway. A. motorist told police that Kelley ran in front of his car. The • uto struck the man and knocked him into the path of a second car in another lane. Reported Saturday Those who died Saturday included: Georgene Robieson, 28, of Lena, killed and her husband seriously injured in an auto-truck collision on Illinois 26 near Freeport. Lorenz Halbner, 79, of Chicago, killed after being struck by a car while walking to work. Ernest Halquist, 68, of Chicago, struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver while crossing a street on the city's North Side. Orville D. Nees, 35, of Charleston, killed when the semi-trailer he was driving swerved from U.S. 150 near Champaign and struck a culvert. A head-on collision at 59th Street and Ingalton Road near West Chicago claimed the life of John D. Muth, 36, of Park Forest and critically injured three others Frank Robinson, 53, of Edwardsville was struck and killed Friday night by an automobile as he crossed the street near the place where he worked in Granite City Have You Heard That_ Mrs. Ruth Smith, 912 Maple Ave., is in St. Mary's Hospital at Rochester, Minn. Her. room number is 2-137. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Fulton and family have moved to 2819 Jasmine St., Denver, Colo., where Fulton has employment in a bakery. Don Alberti, formerly of Springfield and Galesburg, has employment in Denver, Colo., as an assistant manager of a store. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Satellite Sails VANDENBERG AFB, Calif. (UPD — The Air Force launched a secret satellite Saturday — probably of the Discover series — toward polar orbit. In keeping with its policy of more than a year, the Air Force did not say what type of satellit it was or whether it attained orbit. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! CAPT. DOROTHY C. CALVERT (above), will be at the Air Force Recruiting office Wednesday. Any one that might be interested in talking to Capt. Calvert is being asked to call the local Air Force Recruiter Sgt. Brown by writing the Air Force Recruiter, Post Office Bldg., Galesburg. Capt. Calvert interviews and advises nurses and medical specialists on the procedure for receiving a commission in the Air Force. Nurses, medical specialists, dietitians, physical therapists and occupational therapists are assigned to duty at Air Force hospitals and bases throughout the world. Former WGIL Announcer Now Iowa Pastor Robert Karl Miller, former announcer for WGIL, has accepted the pastorate of the Stanhope Christian Church in Stanhope, Iowa. Miller resided nine years in Des Moines, Iowa, where he was a salesman. Until July of this year, he worked as a pharmaceutical salesman for Lederle Laboratories. He will enter Drake University in September as a student pastor. Miller was graduated from Knox College in 1949 with a BA degree, majoring in speech and music. While at WGIL, he .had a program called "Curbstone Comments." Mrs. Miller is the former Suzanne Bulmer, daughter of Fred Bulmer and Mrs. Maurice Alters. She was graduated from Galesburg Senior High School in 1948, and was awarded a scholarship to Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism. She also was employed at WGIL as a continuity writer. The couple has two children, Roger, 12, and Karla. 9. The family's new address is Box 296, Stanhope, Iowa. Newcomers: Your Newcomer Greeting Service Hostess not only brings you valuable free gifts and services from civic-minded sponsors, but a neighborly service that will help you get started in your new community. MR. BUSINESSMAN: The Newcomer Gr e e t i n g Service can help you win new customers. There's nothing like a personal contact to introduce your business to the newcomers in your area. For complete information call Hostess Mrs. Harold Canada 343-9850 TIME BOMB! A cigarette carelessly cast aside in a forest... a few sparks kindle dry brush... a raging forest fire breaks out. This is not a unique case. Last year more than 100,000. forest fires were kindled by carelessness throughout the United States. You and your family can help save our valuable forest lands. Follow Smokey's ABC's. Always break matches in two. Be sure all fires are out. Crush all smokes dead out in an ash tray. jg|L ,Please_ Jf omyvoucan PREVENT FOREST FIRES! rjjy Published as a public service in cooperation cooperation with The Advertising Council and the Newspap«r Advertising Executives Association.