Belvidere Daily Republican from Belvidere, Illinois on November 4, 1959 · Page 8
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r.vn'r.-, "i"t . tT-r."-?""?1 v .tttt r '.' r ; ? y r r tt v y v y v i t ! H I ini ;tt H I , r ft mtft I. , 8 Belvidere Daily Republican, Wednesday, Nov. 4, 1959 Figures Given On Births, Deaths .. A total of 46 birth and 15 death certificates were issued In Belvidere during October according to a report released . Wednesday by Mrs. Marian Mason of the city clerk's office. These figures compare with the 55 birth and 19 death certificates issued in September. October's death total here was the lowest since May when 13 were recorded In Belvidere. t MOTORIST CITED Mary Ann, J. Crow, 51, route 1. Garden Prairie, was arrested by city police Wednesday on a speeding charge. Police reported -timing her car at 40 mph in a , 30 mph lone on Pearl street. I Funeral Horn I Pboa U 4-SUt LdtUST -.:SfcM---f,.-v:.. K (Standard Model $69.95) on the. HOOVER Convertible 65 (while they lost) Oitlyl Hoover ' fle the ' deep-down rug dirt that othe tleaners miss it beats, it ft Sweeps, as it cleans. KSng(itV'threwway 4(. holjilmoft dirt, 9ytf ryinyj aclie wipes 'e-leo-n wtk-a . dqmp cloth. Hew highspeed, motor 9've 50 rnqre, jiwction with.ot tachments.1 "hr ' ; , Floor ' ' List Campbell In Choral Group Gary Campbell, sophmore at Simpson college, Indianola, Iowa, is a member of The Madrigal Sing ers, college student music choral group which will start a fall tour Nov. 8. The group, directed by Robert L. Larson, specilaizes in the singing of secular music of medieval Europe and the Renais sance. The tour will open at the First Methodist church in Evanston next Sunday evening. The group will also appear at Chicago area high schools, The Normandy House and will conclude with a concert Sat' urday, Nov. 14, before the .Chicago Simpson College alumni club at the Knickerbocker hotel during the annual meeting of the group. Campbell is the son of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Campbell of 1120 Union avenue. Storks maintain their summer residence in the marshes of Denmark, and their winter homes on the banks of the River Nile in Egypt. 3 Paid On Sayings Accounts THE SECOND NATIONAL BANK Belvidere, HI. you can be LETTER- perfect "' Sullivan s by choosing your pettenallty-. perfect letter paper from 11 wide wonderful selection of modestly priced atom pins nTTnr" Robert Waifs 116 Buchanan Formerly The Ca4 Shop Hours::-5:S0 Fridays Till 9 BURGLARS HOPE YOU WONT TAKE THIS ADVICE . . . - v ,If)it hard to replace, keep " - "" ' It in a Safe Deposit Box. That means property deed or lease, birth certificate, military ,discharge, Will, insurance policies whatever might look valuable to a hurried thief. the Farmers National ; BANK OF BELVIDERE " Mwb f Otpwlt Iwwwet UttmUtm.f- '" " , v - - -V-.'. LOW COST TRANSPORTATION For Work, Hunting, What-Have-You! 1953 PONTIAC Catalina Hard Top Coupe $469 1953 CHEVROLET Club Coupe $195 1953 DODGE V8 Coronet Club Coupe $295 1953 CHRYSLER 2 Door Sedan, A Honey $269 1952! MERCURY Monterey Coupe, Radio $250 1952 BUICK Super Riviera 2 Door Hard Top $279 4952 CHEVROLET Styleline Deluxe 4 Door $195 1951 DODGE 2 Door Hard Top -$189 1950 BUICK Special 4 Door $165 1949 PLYMOUTH 2 Door Suburban Wagon $195 1949 CADILLAC 61 4 Door Sedan $279 1949' FORD 8 Cyl. Custom 2 Door $189 1948 DESOTO Club Coupe $ 99 No Money Down With Qualified Credit Open Evenings Till 9 . - - " Call Or Ask For Any Of These Salesmen Bob Brooks LI S-5391 E4 Zimmer ........ U S-2324 Bob Hirkey LI 4-7453 Frank Meyers LI 3-3636 Ma nicy Motor Sales Co. Belvidere Phone U 4-2138 DR. WILLIAM DAMDON . Slate Talk By William Da vidon Dr. William C Davickxi will be the guest speaker at the second meeting of the Belvidere Woman's club Wednesday in the First Methodist church. His lecture, "Life in the Nuclear Age" will include not only a discussion of weapons and other technological applications of science, but also the effects on our lives from some of the recent unprecedented developments of science itself. In an age where our daily living is being affected by the rapid progress of men in the atomic and scientific fields, he will outline, first - hand, what the future holds, for us. .. As chairman of the Atomic Scientists of. Oilcago, Ev Pa vidon is concerned with the'' Impact,: of science on our society aid social development -? . how scifnce affects our daily lives. His other organizational affiliations include memberships in the Subcommittee on Arms Control of the National Planning association and the American Physical society. ' He has recently cted as Sub committee chairman of a study group of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences evaluating the nuclear weapons capabilities of other countries. Educated at Purdue University and the University of Chicago, Dr. Da vidon received his BS degree in 1947. MS in 1950 and Ph.D. in 1954. all from the University of Chicago and all in physics. Preceding Dr. Davidon, Mrs. Kenneth Berkeley will present an organ recital. Mrs. Berkeley is head of the vocal music department at Washington school. Belvidere women are reminded that anyone who has not yet joined the club may still do so by con tacting either Mrs. . Harry Kopp, president, or MlV Melvin Zickuhr, club registrar. Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month with luncheon served at 12:30 p.m. in the Pine Room of the Methodist church. There will be a meeting of the executive board of the club at 11 :30 a.m. Shappcrt Firm Gives Low Bids r Two bridge contracts were awarded to the Shappert Engineering company at a special Jetting held in the. County Courthouse Tuesday. Both bridges are being bugt (as a joint Boone-McHenry county project, with Mc Henry paying about 75 per cent of, the total cost , Bidding a low of $13,952.62 for the construction of. the Johnson bridge, located about a half mile south of highway 174 on the County Line road, the Shappert firm , bid under the Lakeland Construction company's bid of $15,674.92. Also seeking the job .was Carl E. Soder-quist and Son from St Charles, who bid $18,593.15. The Yates ' bridge construction was also won by the Shappert company with a low bid $7,500. The bridge is located about three miles south of highway 173 on the County Line road. . , Other bidders on the Yates bridge construction were the Lakeland Construction company, the OLeary Construction company from Woodstock, and Wayne No- land from Harvard. . l'.-'' ',,,1 .. Mr. and Mrs. William' Cleland, route U.Capron, are the parents of a seven - pound, seven. ounce son born in St Joseph's hospital Wednesday, , . . A daughter weighing five pounds, five ounces was born Wednesday In Highland hospital to Mr. and Mrs. George Raffetty, 902 Ban croft place. Vice President Has Folksy Walk LOS ANGELES AP Vice President Richard M. Nixon took a folksy stroll around Beverly Hills Tuesday and discussed sports with construction workersi , "Visited brokerage office, kibitized with a lady supporter, joshed a waitress and ate a hamburger. Nixon also met with Republican leaders in his hotel suite and had lunch with relatives.5 Tuesday night, he told an audi ence of 1,000 mat communism' is doomed to fail. ,' "Khrushchev is wrong," he said. 'Communism is not the way of the future. Man needs freedom and a Supreme Being." The vice president said recog nition of the power of prayer was basic concept on which the United States was founded. He em phasized that the main defect of Soviet philosophy was its depend ence on materialism. Nixon spoke at a banquet hon oring the 18th anniversary of the "Rosary Hour" radio program which seeks world peace through prayer. It was all part of his six-day vacation, which his aides say is nonpolitical. " ,v Searchers Find Airman Alive K Rinqlinq Sells Winter Quarters SARASOTA, .Fla. AP The 157-acre winter quarters of Ring-ling Bros, and Barnum & Bailey Circus has been sold for $340,000 to a real estate development firm. A spokesman said the circus is seeking a smaller tract on which to locate its winter quarters. Much of the equipment and many, of the animals were sold last year following the change from the big tent to the present more compact format. READ THE ADSI IT PAYS- TV STEREO REED'S APPLIANCES North State Shopping Center COME IN AND SII THRILLING COLOR PICTURES THAT IN AMAZING 3 DIMENSIONS ft lf NIJ mm III ia alilliiliatf.l VIHIIiJIKiKIil r STIBIOfCOFIC HICTVRIS BINGHAM, Maine AP Searchers In a wilderness area of western. Maine seeking wreckage ott two" air " force Jets which collided in the air Tuesday, oiqht said weanesaayrtney nad.iound one or the three missing airmen alive. They refused to give the name of the man, details about his con dition, or where he waft found There is still " no trace of the two planes. One of them was armed with missiles. One plane was a T33 trainer, carrying the two men, the other a supersonic F102 Delta Dagger car rying only the pilot. The planes were from Ethan Al len Air Force base, Burlington Vt. The air force said one of the trio of missing men is Lt. Alfred L. Williams, 26, a native of Manchester, Conn., who lives with his wife "at South Burlington, Vt Tne nra was armed with six Falcon air-to-air guided missiles and 24 rockets. Noting that the missiles could be touched off by short - wave radio, the air force warned police to keep their sets turned off within a quarter of a mile of the wreckage when and if they find it. Mr. and Mrs.' Bernard Gustaf- son, 406 East Locust street, are the parents of a son born in Highland hospital Tuesday. The-baby weighed nine pounds, 15 ounces, t n Parker Lynchihsi 4 Goes Unsolved POPLAR VttJLE, Miss.. AP The April lynching of Mack Charles Parker apparently will go unsolved in the current Pearl River County grand jury investiga tion. Speculation and street - corner talk in this small southeastern Mississippi farming community indicates the grand jury did not consider the lynching, did not read the FBI's 378 page report of its Investigation, and will not return any indictments in the grand jury report' to circuit court. Federal action still could be taken .in the 'lynching vf the 28- year-old Negro truckdrtver as a- result of the month long FBI Investigation. The grand Jury recessed Tuesday afternoon after a day and a half of investigation of crime and conditions in the county. IFire Department Called To Farm BY MBS. WILLIAM PURVIS Repablleaa Stall Oorreapeadeoi CAPRON The Capron fire de partment was i called to. the Jennings Anderson farm Monday afternoon to extinguish a fire in a tractor and corn picker. : ! Mr. and Mr. Jerry G rover and son of Wabashv Ind.j' were guests Sunday at the Ivan R. Grover home. . , , Kay Harris and Donna Grover spent the weekend at Janesville, Wis. Mr. ; and. Mrs. Kenneth George-son and Iamflywere guests Sun-, day in the home of Mrs. George-son's parents,. Mr. and Mr& Tom Davidson, Brodhead, Wis. ' HOSPITALS SCOUTS " TROOP' 124 We opened our meeting by play ing "Elephant." We discussed our Chicago trip and our first class rank. We received our Girl Scout calendars. We closed with Taps. Myra Martin, scribe. TROOP S07 We opened the meeting by saying the Girl Scout promise. We re viewed the Girl Scout laws and then had the secretary's report and collectd dues. We voted on the troop crest which is the narcissus and the scarf, which will be green. We played musical1' ' chairs with Brenda Weld as the accompanist, wif , talked over what badges we wanted to earn. The meeting Closed with the Wishing Well. 1 J - Debbie Hennessey, secretary. SCOUTS DEN . PACK 431 We met at Mrs. Loren Mills' home, collected dues and pledged the flag. We varnished our wooden plaques to finish them. We played a came with marshmallows. We had an Orphan Annie poem,- cut out paper jack-o-lanterns, cats and a witch. We closed the meeting with the living circle. Robin L. Martin, scribe. Larry Kleber's WALLPAPER IN STOCK SWIFT PAINT ST0R5 403 S. State TROOP 324 We met St the home of Mrs. Buck. We started the meeting with the Girl Scout promise. Calendars were given, to each girl. We decided what crest we wanted. We also spoke about the Chicago trip. We closed the meeting with the Wishing Well. ' Barbara McGraw, scribe. DEBT 1. PACK 560 We met at Mrs. Carlson's home and opened with the pledge of allegiance. Then we did the Bobcat requirements. We played "A Handful of Trouble" and "Earth, Air, Fire and Water." After that, we had a birthday treat. We closed with the Living Circle. Mark Silver, scribe. Cites Readiness Of Atlas Missile LEWISTON. Idaho AP An Atlas missile can be hurled up to 6,300 miles on 15 minutes notice from Vandenberg Air Force base. Maj. Gen. David Wade, com mander of the 1st Missile Divi sion, said this in a speech to the Inland Empire Waterways asocia- tion Tuesday. An Atlas unit is the first inter continental ballistic missile squad ron to reach combat readiness, be said, and has been integrated into the Strategic Air command emer gency war plan. The Atlas, Titan and Minuteman programs at the California base, the general said. A'repressot SAC'a nrst step into tne return or space. As the' springboard for that "step, vanaenberg is becoming an aer ospace center of the nation." ' The average Atlas squadron consists of nine launching pads. But only three are ready to fire at Vandenberg and six other pads are under construction. Wade conceded that America's missile progress, compared to the Soviet Union's, has lagged m the past decade. ' Offer Van Doren California Job STOCKTON, Calif. AP- Cheer up, Charles Van Doren. There's a job waiting for you in this cen tral California city. Ralph Ring, manager, of the Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce, said Tuesday. 'A sampBng'of conknuni opmton indicates Mr', Van Dorn is an. honest uiqrr si Tiwn'iinn wouia De mosi welcome in Stockton." Until a teaching vacancy opens at College of the Pacific or at Stockton1 CoUege,. Ring said, ' Van Dorfen could work a. Industrial research-manager for the Chamber of Commerce at the same- salary he received aa assistant professor of English at Columbia Univer sity 15.500. . BROWNIE TROOP 80 We met in Washington school cafeteria Monday. Girl Scouts from Troop 352 came" and taught us two songs. We then elected officers who are Stephanie 'Kbkenes, trea surer; Mary sue Newman, scriDe, and Barbara Tate, scrapper. We played the game, "Streets and Al leys." Kathy Gorman brought cup cakes for a treat. We closed with the Wishing Well. Mary Sue Newman, scribe. DIAMONDS LEAR'S JEWELRY - DIAMONDS Coroner Favors Accident Theory KENOSHA. Wis. AP -' The Kenosha County coroner says he "leans toward" the theory that Mrs. Virginia Krafft Dora's death seven weeks after her marriage was accidental. Coroner Ed Wavro said, how ever, that "The whole picture" could be changed if a toxicology report establishes that she was under considerable sedation at the time of her death. Mrs. Dore, 39, wealthy manager of the Honey Bear farm near Genoa City was found dead of carbon monoxide poisoning in the bedroom of her home Oct. 24. The engine of an automobile In a garage underneath the room was running. - v ' Mrs. Dore's husband, Francis, 38, is vice president of the Stevens Candy Co., Chicago. ' NO HUNTING . Or Tresspassing Signs . 15c Each berg" printing Opposite The Post Office "y" . ' f . HIGBLArfD ' - f . ,.: - Mrs. Jane Beggs, Marengo, and Mrs. Lucille Wright, Union, under went minor surgery Wednesday. Admitted Tuesday were 'Joseph Galloway. 1202 South State' street; Rex Jacoson, one-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. - Vtnce Jacobson, Genoa; Mrs. Eleanor Kolberg, "Mar engo, and Lester Schilling, Marengo. . . : Admitted Wednesday werie Virginia Hart, five-year-old daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Vere Hart route I; Mrs; Cella Cesar, Poplar Grove, ind Mis Patricia Dolan,"' Poplar Grove..?! -.:- Mrs. Hattie Johnson, Poplar Grove, was dismissed Tuesday. Mrs. Charlotte Shaw, 1406. South State street, ' 'and 'Kathryri, Anil Willis, three-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Willis. Mar. engo, were dismissed Wednesday. A. Grace Gay Will Probated The will of A. Grace Gay, who died October 1, 1959, was probated in Boone county probata court Tuesday morning before Judge Laurie Larson. . Named sole heir and executor of the will was Grace Gay Schnell, daughter of the deceased. The will, which was filed for probate October 29, left a personal estate valued at $200,000. There was no teal estate involved. Rockfdrd ClubV Slates Seminar ! 'i : r. v-'i: -.- :mT : Ozan Marsh,' who appeared last spring In a Belvidere: Community Concert aeries program, will bt l Rockford for a three-day seminar Nov. 15-17. The seminar la . sponi sored by the Rockford Mendelssohn club, 5, w i, ( yj,,' ,- While sessions are primarily, to piano teachers, the Sunday even-' ing session, Nov. 15,' and the Tuesday night session, Nov. 17, will be, of interest to all music lovers. 's Registrations will be taken and information given on the semlna at the Mendelssohn office or by thf program ' chairman for thel?eventi-Mrs; dune Biesterol Belfidere. ;I WINTER FUELS Williams All Powerful Stoker Low Ash And Very Little Clinker Terre-Haute Solvay Coke Range Size For Furnaces Berwind Pocahontas Briquetes Briquetted At Mines No Mixture Eastern Kentucky Block Top Fuel For Furnaces Priced Right And . r sold By-Farmer's Cooperative Elevator Co. 218 Buchanan Dial U 4-2711 POLL $ BELVIDERE MATINEE SAr8. :M SUNDAY'S CONTINUOUS 9 8BOWS NITELT TONIGHT TOMORROW THI. SCRIM'S MOST HOItNO, , PINITR4TINO POtTIAIT 09.,., 4 10ltj P in 1 i.I Kind Of I numan i 1 r J'l nAnim 1 nnni Tir tun rrr-rs w uww inJffllA LUKUi I Ad null I tK WARDENNICHOISWYNM ULUIVUL OrU1UUJiM MiOHMiai .mmw WUUI-WWttAi'WiriW. . . ALSO NEWS, - CARTOON ELECTRIC "REPAIR Servtea On Haagee, Waafcera Dryer A Small Appliances h6leWbea!k FOR' SALE WELL LOCATED BUILDING LOTS SEWER AND WATER nr. Robert G. Blake Real Estate Agency 314 V, Whitney Blvd. Dial LI 4-1903 or S-4331 rxJutoMaAwSfiN Monroe Center ' j IindenwoodlM,. ,. .ft: MUKSINGWEAR MEANS COMFORT Wears Longer f -Costs Less To UNDERSrIIRTS ? i i 69e fo $1.50 i SHORTS 89e to $U0 $1.00 & $1.50 Union Suits Sox Thermal Underwear Boy's Underwear And TShirto Best Selection Id Northern Dl. GRADY & i sin 1 lUAri e iym ism u um-ubu Balvidera'a Largast , ,' Clothing Store) . Dr. Laddie F. KorescH - optometrist 'rv.-i'r ,.,rajctice,LimitedTo ConUrtLeusea jt. fc AnnouHcesThe Open& Of if'Offjce Aji ThW BelTidero Medjcal & DeataLAssociatej! BuU North State Street Shoii&ig'CM 4 JMvidere. Itl&oll T eri By Antotstmaas Oajy Phone LI 4 3111 DON GRIMM AGENCY formerly Jdmes F. Whalen Agency, Phone U 4-3721 ; ) 51 T S. istate St. r.0. liox , 03 , Belvidere, Illinois Last Payments On All 1959 CHRISTMAS SAVINGS CLUBv AVVMIkITC Must Be Made ?n Or Before -; '.'T, Monday, November, 9th ' J V ' ' . ...' . ; " I No Payments Will Be Accepted After ', v. 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