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2 GgjesburflJiteflis^ Monday, Sept.30, 1963 Ben Bella Troops Enter Mountains To Stem Revolt TIZI OUZOU, Algeria (AP) — Troops loyal to President Ahmed Ben Bella entered the Kabylie mountain town of Tizi Ouzou today to stem a revolt of Berber units. Col. Mohand Ou El Hadj, removed by Ben Bella ' from command of the 7th Stage Set For Opening United Fund Fred R. Jolly, executive assistant of Caterpillar Tractor Co. in Peoria, will be the featured speaker Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at the kickoff dinner of the Knox County United Fund-Red Cross Appeal in the ballroom of the Custer Inn. The dinner marks the beginning of the public phase of the campaign to raise $182,300. Eleven agencies are participating in this year's campaign, and the money raised will be distributed to each. Initial gifts and corporate divi- sons phase of the campaign began Sept. 17. Worked on Newspaper Jolly is a veteran public relations man and has had experience in newspaper photography and advertising. He spent three years in advertising field with Oakland, Calif, newspapers. In 1934 he joined Caterpillar as the company's chief photographer. Jolly was named assistance director of the company's newly- formed community relations department in 1944, and in 1951, its director. As director, he develop- corporate relations aimed at corporate reltations aimed at creating understanding and goodwill for both Caterpillar and the community. Hoffman Emcee Master of ceremonies for the program will be Rev. Joseph Hoffman, pastor of First Methodist Church. Richard E. Johnson, United Fund president, will speak on "Our United Fund," and Max Wisgerhof, the general chairman, on "The 1963 United Fund Red Cross Appeal." Rev. Kermit Petersen, pastor of First United Presbyterian Church, will deliver the invocation and Rev. A. B. Curran, pastor of Corpus Christi Catholic Church, the benediction. Slate Music Meet First meeting of the Churchill Junior High School Music Affairs Club will be held Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the music room of the school. The Virginian For Custom Draperies From $1.99 Yd. Labor Free Across from O.T.'s military region, left Tizi Ouzou with his staff and some troops. Algerian army officers said the dissident units set up roadblocks east and south of Tizi Ouzou but did not interfere seriously with the movement of government con voys. Government troops closed all exits from Tizi Ouzou, 70 miles east of Algiers, and searched all cars and motorists leaving the area. Armored troop carriers mounting machine guns were parked in the city. The troop commander, who declined to give his name, told newsmen, "for the time being, everything is calm. We receive orders directly from Algiers." Has Big Force Ou El Hadj commanded some 8,000 to 10,000 men, most of whom served under his orders during the war for independence. Government officers said a part of this force is forming guerrilla units in the stvp Kabylie ranges. The government officers described the movement as a putsch and said the situation was serious. Ben Bella took personal command of the Defense Ministry with the departure for Moscow of Defense Minister Col. Houari Boumeddienne, considered a strong man in the government. Previous reports said Boumed­ dienne was canceling the trip which was set up to work out details of a 50 billion franc ($100 million) loan from the Soviet Union. Berbers in the Kabylia area took to the streets Sunday shouting, "Down with Ben Bella!" Meanwhile an underground group calling itself the front of Socialist forces (FFS) proclaimed all-out war on Ben Bella's one-man rule. Mothers to Man Intersections Near Weston An adult guard program was started today to help patrol boys in guarding busy street intersections near Weston School. On a recommendation by the Knox County Safety Council, 18 parents have agreed to perform the task on a monthly basis. The intersections have been patrolled by students, but traffic was too much for them to handle alone, according to Harry McClurg, council president. McClurg said students will still assist with flags and directional signals, but mothers will patrol traffic. Intersections to be manned by parents are Grand and Mulberry, Day and South, Aliens Avenue and Main streets. Similar programs have been started at Silas Willard, Mary Ellen West and L. T. Stone schools. CHOOSE YOUR BULOVA from a special selection Siyled for young tastes, priced for young budgets. SEE A SPECIAL GIFT SELECTION of all the jewelry and gift Items you want to own...and to givel APPLY FOR YOUR TEEN CHARGE CARD so you can buy now, pay out of your allowance or budget! TEINS A BULOVA LOVE I J LOVES JJULOVAX TEENS, ELIZABETH This Is one of the best things In a small pack, age! 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Clark's Galesburg doctor told authorities the dead man was from Keokuk, Carlson added. This led to getting in touch with relatives from Warsaw, 111., who made positive identification, the sheriff said. Leo Staff and Floyd Lewis, Burlington, discovered the body near Shokokon landing, about a half mile below the tip of Big Island on the Illinois shore, Carlson reported. Staff and Lewis were hunting and fishing in the area. Clark apparently had been in the water for a couple of days, Mellor said. Drowning appears to have been the cause of Clark's death, Mellor added. He was wearing a shirt and slacks when he was found. Survivors include two daughters and one son. The Weather Key to Page 1 Weather Stripe Brown—Storm Yellow—Fait Red—Warm Blue—Cold NORTHERN ILLINOIS: Fair and warmer tonight and Tuesday. Low tonight 47-54. High Tuesday in the 80s. IOWA: Fair and wnrmer tonight. Continued warm Tuesday. Low tonight near 50. High Tuesday low 80s. CHICAGO AND VICINITY: Fair and warmer tonight. Low in the 50s. Tuesday fair and warmer. High In the 80s. Southwesterly winds 5-10 m.p.h. tonight increasing to 10-18 m.p.h. Tuesday. Wednesday mostly fair ana warm. GALESBURG AND VICINITY: Fair and warmer tonight and Tuesday. Low tonight in upper 40s. High Tuesday in the 80s Illinois 5-Day Extended Forecast NORTHERN ILLINOIS: Temperatures will average 2-4 degrees above normal. Normal highs 68-74. Normal lows 45-50. Warmer Tuesday, then only minor temperature changes until it turns cooler about Saturday. Little or no precipitation. LOCAL WEATHER Noon temperature, 88; morning's low, 43. Sky clear, wind out oi the northwest. (Sunday's maximum, 64; minimum, 45; Saturday's maximum, 85; minimum, 56.) Sun rose today at 6:54 a. m., sets at 6:45 p. m. Humidity, 40%. State Hospital Plans Lectures A lecture-seminar on "Brain Activity and Human Behavior" will be featured at Galesburg State Research Hospital Thursday at 3:30 p.m. in the medical library. Lecturer will be Dr. Robert G. Heath, chairman of the department of psychiatry and neurology, School of Medicine, Tulane University, New Orleans, La. Dr. Johannes P, Schade, associate director of Netherlands Central Institute for Brain Research, Amsterdam, will conduct a lecture-seminar Friday at 3:30 p.m. '•• the medical library on "Water and Ionic Movemfints in Neurons and Glial Cells." Resident of Gilson Sent to State Farm Willard McLaren, 33, of Gilson was sentcncfd to 60 days at the state farm in Vandalia today after his probation Was revoked for his part in damaging properly. McLaren appeared before Knox County Judge Daniel J. Roberts With his attorney and acknowledged he was involved in the acts. He said he watched two accomplices slash two tires and throw rocks through the house of his sister-in-law after bringing the two men to the house about 3 a. m. Aug. 8. He was previously granted probation after he pleaded guilty to damaging the house where he lived in Gilson. McLaren and his sister-in-law had argued earlier the previous day about some tomatoes. Gives Bond on DWI Lewis Stewart, 3:, of the Arlington Hotel, was released on $1,000 bond after he entered a plea of not guilty to driving while intoxicated. He will appear in the court Oct. 7. Frederick Harold McCarthy, 35, of 60 W. Fourth St., also entered a plea of not guilty to a similar charge and was released on $1,000 bond. He will appear later this month. Robert H. Crouch, 19, of 1608 Rock Island Ave., pleaded guilty to a charge of contributing to the delinquency of a minor female child. Bond was set at $1,000, and a motion for probation was entered by Stale's Atty. Donald C. Woolsey. The 15-year-old girl is in custody at the Mary Davis Home. Charge Car -Radio Theft In the final case handled by Judge Roberts this morning, Wayne Staats, 35, Plaza Hotel, pleaded guilty to two counts, criminal trespass of a motor vehicle and petty theft. Police nabbed him as he was leaving the Galesburg Lincoln-Mercury used car lot Sunday at 3 a.m. with a car radio. Bond was set at $1,000 and a plea for probation was entered. Birth Record Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Niles, Abingdon, a girl Thursday, at 10:17 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. George Inness, Galesburg Route 3, a boy Sunday at 8:18 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. McKinley Tinned, 243 Pennsylvania Ave., a boy Sunday at 2:21 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Smith, 842 S. Elm St., a girl today at 12:45 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Henley. 126 Silver St., a boy today -t 3:49 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Harris, Ophiem, a girl today at 5:47 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Herrin, 661 E, Grove St., a boy today at 9:27 a. m. Born at St. Mary 's Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. John W. Molar­ ity, 231 S. Exchange St., Galva, a girl Sunday at 4:58 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Singleton, 150 Maple Ave., a girl today at 8:37 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Soderstrom are the parents of a son born Thursday at the Jane Lamb Hospital in Clinton, Iowa. Mrs. Soderstrom, the former Jeannine Graf, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Graf, 925 Dayton Dr. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Soderstrom of Clinton, Iowa. This is the couple 's first child, READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! A REPUTATION OF DIGNITY A good reputation has to be earned. We are proud of the high esteem in which we are held by the thousands of individuals, friends and members of families whom we have been able to serve in their time of need. PI/ • • lift 96 North Chambers St. GALESBURG, ILLINOIS ESTABLISHED 1922 SILVERSMITHS #8 North Prairie Street BEHIND THE SCENES—Black Hills Passion Play make-up artists prepare local extras for appearance in production which ends tonight at Galesburg Senior High School auditorium. Two dozen local men and women rounded out the cast of 41 professional Role of Christus Has Side Effect By ROBERT LeMAY Josef Meier, who plays the role of the Christus in the famed Black Hills Passion Play, finds the philosophy of the actual story plays a large .part in his private life. "I like to think it has a beneficial effect," he said in an interview this nro r n i n g. "I find it tempers one's character, and makes me ~~ realize how much humanity needs this philosophy for a full, productive life." He has taken this role about 7,500 times during his life, beginning when he was 28 years old in Germany. He is the seventh descendant of his family to play the part. Two presentations were given at Galesburg Senior High School Sunday. There was a student matinee this afternoon, and final performance will be tonight at 8. Tickets may be obtained at the door. The history of this play begins in 1242 when a tableau wass tag- ed on Easter Sunday morning. As the years passed, more were added, including the Crucifixion on Good Friday, t h e Triumphal Entry on Palm Sunday, and the trial scenes. Dialogue Added Then in the 17th Century the dialogue was added in Low German, the villagers took the parts and the parts were combined. An ancestor of Meier took the Christus role, and tradition had a father teaching his son the part. A mother also taught her daughter the part of Mary. Meier brought the play to this country in 1932, translating it into English. But this was not the only difficulty he faced. The original version takes some six hours in Germany, but Meier was aware that American audiences were not acclimated to such a long r.er- formance as Europeans are. Thus he cut it to 2¥i hours. In the six-hour performance, the play moves from the fall of Adam and Eve, through highlights of the Old Testament pointing toward the coming of Christ. Whenever a prophecy is made of the coming, this is stressed, and the New Testament fulfillment is shown. Passion Week Remains But in the American production, only the final seven days of Passion Week are shown. This fits nicely into the overall plan, Meier said. The group presents the play every day in the Black Hills from mid-June until Labor Day. The elevation there is about one mile above sea level, which makes the weather ideal for such an undertaking. Meier said the troupe averages one missed performance every three years in the Black Hills. Winters are spent in Lake Wales, Fla., with the play given en route there at various towns and cities, such as being done in Galesburg. In Florida, the vegetation (palm trees and more tropical plants) gives a more authentic setting for the play, but Meier admits his heart is really in the summer home in South Dakota. The turnover is very small. His wife has played the part of Mary since 1937, and other members of the cast have long tenures also. He gets applications during the years from prospective players, and when a vacancy does occur, he then contacts them. Next year he will travel to Blood Center Operates Wednesday, October 2 REMEMBER THE DATE October 2 THE TIME -1:30 to 6 p.m. THE PLACE 1640 N. Henderson St. Galesburg, III. AT YOUR RED GROSS BLOOD CENTER THE NEED FOR LIFE GIVING BLOOD GROWS EVERY YEAR ARE YOU DOING YOUR PART????? Phone Today — 342*012$ — and make an appointment to make this community a better place in which to live, YOUR RID CROSS BtOOD CENTER IS PART OF THE UNITED FUND-RED CROSS APPEAL See the World Series on our TV. KNOX COUNTY REGIONAL BLOOD CENTER actors who depicted the last seven days of Christ on earth. Community Chorus members under the direction of Creston Ming- man performed the choral works. AUTOGRAPHS PROGRAM—Josef Meier (right), who plays the Christus in the Black Hills Passion Play, autographs program for Dr. Kermit Petersen, pastor of First United Presbyterian Church. Meier is the seventh generation of his family to play the role and made the translation of the U. S. play from the original German. Germany to select one of several nephews to understudy him, with the thought that this nephew will someday take the Christus role. Meier has a daughter, a dramatic soprano, who is studying opera. But the daughter is also being groomed for the role of Mary. (Continued on page 3) THE EVER POPULAR Patchwork Quilt SWIVEL ROCKER It Rocks It Swivels It's Adjustable And the Rocker-Swivel Bote Is Guaranteed for the Lite of the Choir Now '88 88 I A SPECIAL PURCHASE Enoblat Ut to Giv* Thit Outstanding Valu* at JASPERSON'S Colonial iSomz Open Mondoy Nights 7 • 9 p.m. I

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