Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 7, 1963 · Page 3
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A natlonally-known edu* cator, psychologist and a former resistance leader head the program of the Knox County Teach err Institute scheduled at Churchill Junior High School Thursday. / the program will get/tinder* way at 9 a.m. School will be dismissed Thursday, and also Fri< day, when teachers will attend a Western Division of the Illinois Education Association, which in* eludes six counties, at Galesburg High School. Mrs. Paul Whitney, educator, youth counselor, social worker and author will address teachers at the Knox County institute on the subject, "Children are Everybody's Business!" She has Visited thousands of homes in all walks of life, having served as consultant in workshops on child development and family relations. She has served as counselor in elementary schools, as well as on the college level. Directed Playground She also served as a director of the experimental playground in the slums of Milwaukee and of a child counseling center in suburban Pittsburgh. Mrs. Whitney was the former chairman of the Juvenile Protection and Youth Service, New York State Congress of Parents and Teachers. Dr. William Clyde Donald, senior minister of Bethel Evangel- ica and Reformed Church of Detroit, will deliver a talk entitled, "Make Living with Yourself a Peasure." He served as psychologist and chaplain at Deaconess Hospital, Milwaukee, from 1948 through 1955. Since February 1958, he has been a member of the part-time faculty of Wayne State University at Detroit. He is an active member of the World Federation for Mental Health and served as the general assembly speaker for the committee on religion and men tal health at the World Federa tion at Mexico City in 1951. He S °Gnnn <;0N\ftNV WArs/ ,YES, I Frank's is | QUALITY kraut, ~ delicious hot or cold. Col. J. J. Srntar has - contributed articles to 14 publications in the fields of religion and psychology. In addition to this, he has fulfilled preaching and speaking engagements in principal European countries and has done radio and television work in Milwaukee, Chicago and Detroit. Col. J. J. Sustar, foreign news analyst for WRYT radio, Pittsburgh, will be the final speaker of the day. His topic will be "Behind Today's News." Masterminded Plot In World War II Sustar masterminded the assassination by paratroopers of SS General Reinhard Heydrich, the Gestapo "butcher." He served with the Czechoslovakian military and diplomatic forces until the Germans invaded his country. He joined Yates Cityan Injured in Auto Crash A Yates City man, Ernest Sprout Sr., 57, remains in serious condition today in a Peoria hospital following a one-car accident late Saturday. Investigating officers said Sprout's car skidded through the intersection of 111. 8 and 78 near Elmwood around 11 p.m. and crashed into an embankment. The car was demolished and Sprout was rushed to St. Francis Hospital in Peoria. At noon today a hospital spokesman said his condition was serious and that he was in the intensive care ward. The extent of Sprout's injuries were not listed. Dr. William Clyde Donald the underground, was arrested by Nazis but escaped from a death cell. From exile he directed resistance operations. When the Communists took over his country in 1948, Sustar was blacklisted. He, his wife and child left the country. Sustar is now an American citizen. He has been a foreign affairs editor, columnist, commentator and diplomat. His syndicated column, "Power Politics," is used regularly by a number of newspapers in the U.S. Sustar is a member of the faculty of the School of Journalism of Point Park College in Pittsburgh. Girl Remains Critical After Fall Off Rack Thirteen-year-old Cathy King of Galva was still listed in critical condition at Cottage Hospital this morning following a hayride acci dent. Her condition was described as slightly improved but still critical. She was run over by two hayracks Friday night during a church party near Victoria. Witnesses said her foot was caught in a hayrack and she fell under the wheel. She was run over by the first and second racks before the tractor pulling them could be stopped. She was one of 42 young people" from Galva, Victoria, Peoria, Canton and Gales burg who were on a moonlight ride under the auspices of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. . Mrs. Paul Whitney Elmwood Meet To Consider New Facility ELMWOOD — A public meeting will be held Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m. at Elmwood Public Library to discuss a proposed country club in this area. The group will discuss plans to consider method of financing the cost of acquiring land, construction of facilities, including 18-hole golf course, clubhouse and swimming pool. Anyone interested was invited to attend. Oneida Meeting Held to Obtain New Physician ONEIDA — A public meeting was held at the ROVA High School Library sponsored by the Oneida Community Development Committee, to further acquaint the public with the attempts to obtain the services of a doctor for the community. Many factors of plans were discussed and questions of those attending were answered by the committee and Leo O'Brien, city attorney. In the near future, a non-profit corporation will be formed from the existing committee. Boy Scouts Attend tamp Inter-patrol competitive e, c nta featured the fall camporee of the Pioneer District, Prairie Council, Boy Scouts of America, Friday and Saturday at Camp Wilderness near West Jersey. Activities included competition on a rope bridge, competition on a obstacle course and number of inter-patrol competitive events including fire building, string burning contests, relays, and knot tying. Scouts also explored the Camp Wilderness area. Explorer Post 213 of Galesburg was in charge of events. Headed by Marvin Lindner, adviser and James Holt, post president, the Explorers directed the inter-patrol and inter-unit activities with scoutmasters in charge of each troop for unit activity. The Scouts returned to their homes Saturday evening in order to attend world communion services in churches Sunday. Scouts of the southwest district of the Prairie Council, (Warren and McDonough Counties), also held a similar event at Spring Lake. Scouts of the Spoon River District will hold a camporee at Camp Wilderness next weekend. Winner of inter-patrol competition at the Pioneer District Camporee was the Eagle Patrol of Williamsfield Troop 221. Richard Josephson is scoutmaster. State Realtors Slate Conclave A 3-day convention ' will be opened Tuesday in Peoria by the Illinois Association of Real Estate Boards. The 47th annual conclave will be headquartered at the Hotel Pere Marquette. Among speakers are Robert C. Mitchell, congressman from Illinois District 18; Ebby Halliday, Dallas, Tex., sales specialist, and Daniel F. Sheehan Sr., head of the national realty group. Robert Miller of Monmouth will be moderator of a panel for a farm brokers program. Gotesbura Reoister-Moil, Galesburg Monday, Oct 7 t 1 $63 I Weekend Traffic Death Toll 14 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Traffic accidents this past weekend took at least 14 lives, with a triple fatality in Southeastern Illinois counting as the worst mishap. The count was made by The Associated Press from 6 p.m. Friday to midnight READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! SHOP MONDAY 'TIL 9:00 P.M. SPECIALLY PRICED CUSTOM-DETAILED COMPLETELY WASHABLE SLIPCOVERS regular $8,99 Sofa Covers regular $17,99 Choir Covers •7.77 $ 15.77 Handsome provincial patterns on extra heavy bark- cloth with cord welting, overlooked seams, reversible cushion covers. Protect your furniture and save! Choose moss green, dove grey, burnished brown. $UMhflT NO-IRON THROW COVERS: wrinkle, spo) resistant, RavfffibU pattern puffot with matching fringe. Atsorled colors. •0x72" 73x108' *3.99 »7 99 Draptrief • 73x90" 73x12*" Fourth Floor $ 5 99 $ 899 Sunday. A Zion woman and her two children were killed When the car she was driving went out of control on U.S. 45 near Springerton and struck a tree. Four other members of the family were injured. The dead were identified as Mrs. Helen Lindsey, about 35; her daughter, Rita Kay, 4, and her son, Kenneth, about 3. Two residents of Racine, Wis., were killed and two others injured Saturday when their auto went out of control and crashed into a fire hydrant. The accident which occurred on Sheridan Road in Waukegan 20, the driver, and Lindas Thomas* claimed the lives of Joseph Ward, 18. A school teacher from Piano was killed Saturday and three others injured in a collision on U.S. 34 near Piano involving three vehicles. The victim was 11a Traubauer, 59. Hit Bridge Rail Dewey Hundley, 59, of East St. Louis was fatally injured Saturday night after striking a bridge rail on Interstate 70 near Collinsville. Avira Isaacs, 4, of Skokie was struck and killed Saturday while playing with a cardboard box in an alley, Clarence C. Edwards of Westfield was killed Friday night after his auto apparently missed a curve on a blacktop road near Westfield, in Cole County, and crashed into an embankment. Donald S. Brown, 27, of Galesburg was killed as a result of a head-on collision Friday night on Illinois 34 between Wataga and Oneida, in Knox County. He was Knox County's 18th fatality this year. Neil E. Garland, 21, of fterling was killed Sunday after his auto apparently went out of control and struck a utility pole on a country road near Dixon. Martin Minister Jr., 4, Of CWca* go was struck and killed Sunday apparently after darting between two parked can into the street. George Raska, 31, of Farming* ton, was killed when the ear in which he was riding went out of control on Illinois 116 five miles west of Fartnington Sunday and struck a tree. Joseph Cszek, 63, of Chicago, was struck and killed by an auto while trying to cross the TH-Stata Tollway near O'Hare Internation* al Airport west of Chicago. Polios said he apparently was attempting to reach a nearby service plaza. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Birth Record Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Dor* ris, 529 E. Second St., Centralia, a girl Saturday at 8:50 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Joesph West, Maquon, a boy Sunday at 10:17 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. William Whitney, Abingdon, a girl today at. 1:03 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Nelson, Altona, a girl today at 5:37 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. William E. Miles, Galesburg Route 2, a boy today at 8:32 a.m. Born at St. Mary's Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Boughton, 793 E. 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