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Golesburq Register-Moil, Golesburg, III. Thursdoy, Oct, 10, 1963 21 DEATHS AND FUNERALS CAM1LLO CAORSANEGO ROMB (UPI) - Prof. Camlllo Caorwincgo, 75, prosecutor in the Vatican City Tribunal and dean of the Vatican's cttislstoria] advocates,, died Wednesday in a Rome clinic J. HERBERT RICHARDSON LISBON (UPI) - J. Herbert Richardson, 54, a journalist from Tonopah, Nev. who had lived in Portugal for the last 25 years, died Tuesday night of a hemorrhage at his home in Cascais. RENATO BARTOCCINI ROME (UPI) - Prof. Renato Bartoccini, one of Italy's leading archeologists, died Wednesday from the effects of a recent heart attack. He was director of the Valle Giulia Etruscan museum in Rome. DR. PAUL ZENTAY ST. LOUIS, Mo. (UPI) - Dr. Paul Zentay, 72, former president of the Missouri Social Hygiene Association and a researcher into sleeping sickness, died Tuesday of a stroke. He had served as an assistant federal health commissioner in the 1930's. MRS. EMILY A. EM1SON VINCENNES, Ind. (UPI) Mrs. Emily Adams Emison, 82, publisher of the Vincennes Post from 1932 until it went defunct in 1941, died Tuesday. SISTER M. DeCHANTAL Sister M. DeChantal, 89, the former JoHanna O'Brien and a native of Galesburg, died Wednesday morning at Villa Maria Convent in Erie, Pa. She had been bedfast four years. Funeral services will be held Friday morning in Erie. Sister DeChantal was a sister of the late John J. O'Brien of Galesburg. There are no immediate family survivors. Among nieces of Sister DeChantal are Mrs. Paul W. McKiilip of Galesburg, Mrs. William' Chapman of Palo Heights and Mrs. Anthony Renk of Chicago. Leo O'Brien of Galesburg is a nephew of the deceased. MRS. EDITH VEEDER NEW WINDSOR — Mrs. Edith Veeder, widow of the late John W. Veeder, died at her home in Peoria Sunday. She had been ill for some time but not considered serious. Funeral services and burial were held Wednesday in Peoria. John W. Veeder was an only child of the late Milan Veeder who died several years ago. Mrs. Edith Veeder was a niece of Mrs. H. B. Roberts of New Windsor. SUEL CARNS MONMOUTH—Funeral services for Suel Cams, 83, of 440 S. Seventh St., who died Monday, were held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Holliday and Hoover Memorial Chapel. Rev. John Collins, of the First Methodist Church, officiated. Mrs. Jeanne Swanson, organist, accompanied Herbert Levine, soloist. Pallbearers were Harry Hewitt, C. W. Smithhart, Harry Talley, Orvil and Ralph Turner and Joe Yarrington. Burial was in the Monmouth Cemetery. ELMER LEE THORNTON Elmer Lee Thornton of 3005 W. Ann St., Peoria, formerly of Galesburg, died Wednesday at 9:45 p.m. in St. Francis Hospital in Peoria. He was born in Osborn, Mo., and was married to Maxine I. Conard at Monmouth Mrs. Myrtle R. Meeker 139 N. Pleasant Ave. Funeral: 1:30 P.M. - SATURDAY FIRST & PUCKETT CHAPEL. REV. W. F. LJPPERT. COMMITTAL: PLEASANT VIEW CEMETERY, KEWANEE, ILL. Friends may call at the funeral home Friday evening. < \3wmlJloma 96 North Chambers ST. GALESBURG, ILLINOIS Dec. 26, 1940. He lived in Gales* burg a nuumber of years, Mr. Thornton worked in the tool crib of the Caterpillar factory in Peoria and was a World War II veteran. He was a member of the First Methodist Church, Peoria. He is survived by his widow; a daughter, Linda Lee; a son, Roger L.; two sisters, Mrs. Velma Dice, Hemple, Mo., and Miss Dorma E. Thornton, East Peoria; two brothers, Floyd W. and Clifford A. of Kansas City, Mo., and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William B. Thornton of Maysville, Mo. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Davison Funeral Home, Peoria. Rev. Frank Ray Doland of the First Methodist Church, Peoria, will officiate. Graveside services will be held Saturday at 4 p.m. in the Warren County Memorial Park Cemetery, Monmouth. Visitation is after 4 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. INFANT MARTIN Funeral services for Otis David Martin Jr., 19-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Otis David Martin, 203 Pine St., who died Friday, were held Monday at 10 a.m. in the Kimber and West Chapel, Rev. Donald Mace officiating. Mrs. Wayne Tryon was organist. Burial was in the Knoxville Cemetery. In a previous report on the services, the name of place of burial was incorrectly listed. MRS. WILL EGBERT ALEDO—Mrs. Will Egbert, 82, of Aledo, died today at 1 a.m. in the Blessing Hospital in Quincy She had been living in the Sunset Rest Home in Aledo since Novem ber 1956. The former Mable Nesbitt was born June 26, 1881, in Aledo, where she attended public schools. She was married to Will C. Egbert Feb. 21, 1906, in Aledo, and the couple spent their entire married life here. Mr. Egbert worked many years as circulation manager for the Davenport Times and also worked for a period with the Galesburg Register-Mail. He died Dec. 16, 1955. Mrs. Egbert was a member of the Aledo Methodist Church and an honorary life member of WSCS. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Arlene Buck - of Blooming ton, two granddaughters, and a brother, William Nesbitt of Aledo. She also was preceded in death by three brothers, a sister and one granddaughter. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at the Reiser Chapel in Aledo. Rev. Ronald Colton, minister of the Aledo Methodist Church, will officiate. MRS. DONALD E. BAUGH JOY — Mrs. Donald E. Baugh, 32, died at 2 a.m. Saturday in Mercer County Hospital, Aledo, following an extended illness. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the Olin Funeral Home, Joy, with Rev. Kenneth Goodell of the Joy Methodist Church officiating. Burial was in Peniel Cemetery, Joy. The former Wilabelle Gridlcy was born Dec. 30, 1931, in Biggs- villc, a daughter of Paul and Lydia Gridley. She was graduated from Aledo High School, and was married Dec. 14, 1951, to Mr. Baugh at Muscatine. The couple had resided in Joy the past six years. She was a member of Joy Methodist Church. Surviving are the widower; two daughters, Patricia and Tamara, both at home; her parents, of Aledo; two sisters, Mrs. Robert Nied of Aledo and Mrs. Raymond Flowers. "Nature 's most beautiful memorial" Douglaf of MoliM, and two brothers, Aldus of Aledo and Carlyle of Keithsburg. MRS. MYRTLE MtEKER Mrs. Myrtle R. Meeker, 70, of 139 N. Pleasant Ave., died Wednesday at 11 :30 p. ril. In Cot< tage Hospital, where she was admitted 7>k hours earlier. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 1:30 p. m. in the First and Puekett Funeral Home, where friends may call Friday evening. Burial will be in Pleasant View Cemetery at Kewanee. The former Myrtle R. Rogers was born Aug. 31, 1893, in Kewanee, and was married to Charles Meeker Oct. 14, 1912, in Kewanee. She worked as a saleswoman in the ready-to-wear department of Kewanee Dry Goods Co. a number of years. She was a member of the Kewanee Congregational Church. Mrs. Meeker lived in Galesburg eight years. Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Merle (Lillian) Gardner, Galesburg; a brother Clifford Rogers of Chicago; two sisters, Mrs. Hazel Duggan and Mrs. Pearl Waters, of Tavares, Fla., and two grandchildren. Her husband died in 1936. RUDOLTH B. JOHNSON BISHOP HILL - Rudolth B. Johnson, 67, of Bishop Hill, died today at the Veterans Hospital, Iowa City, where he had been the past two months. Mr. Johnson was born in Bishop Hill March 16, 1896, and attended rural schools in the area. In 1921 he enlisted in the Navy and was discharged in 1923. He was mar- ride to Louella Nelson Feb. 3, 1922, in Galva. He engaged in farming seven years before moving in 1932 to Bishop Hill, where he worked for the Rock Island Arsenal six years. He then was employed as custodian by the Biship Hill public schools until his retirement. Johnson was a member of the Hagberg-Hamlin Post of American Legion, Galva. Surviving are his widow; one daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Anderson of Marion; his stepmother, Bet sey Johnson of Bishop Hill; his stepsister, Bertha Johnson of Bishop Hill, and a brother, Carl Johnson of Oneida. He was preceded in death by a sister and a brother. Funeral services will be Satur day at 1:30 p.m. in the Johnson- Gill-Schuster Chapel, where friends may call Friday evening. Burial will be in the Bishop Hill Cemetery with military rites by the Fusiliers of the Galva legion post. OSCAR OLSON ONEIDA — Funeral services for Oscar (Buck) Olson, 72, of Oneida were conducted Wednes day at 2 p.m. at the Hendricks Funeral Home by Rev. H. Doug las Fowler, pastor of Oneida United Presbyterian Church. Burial was at Ontario Cemetery. Pallbearers were Mauritz Hodges, Lewis Coleman, Norman Woodside, Robert Henderson, Frank LaDuke and George Stegall. Mrs. Mauritz Hodges sang, accompanied by Mrs. Reid Carson. Steam-Powered Train Attracts 895 Passengers A total of 895 passengers arrived at the Iowa Ordnance Plant Monday after riding through Western Illinois on an old-fashioned steam train. Most of the patrons were elementary pupils. A 12-car train left Galesburg at 1:30 p. m. and made its first stop at Monmouth, where it picked up 394 persons. It then stopped at Kirk wood and picked up 252. In stops at Biggsville and Gladstone 248 were added before the train crossed the Mississippi River and turned around at the ordnance plant. The trip was one of series designed to give students and adults a chance to ride in an old-fashioned steam train complete with wooden coaches. The excursions have ranged as far as Paducah, Ky. Anderson BROAD STREET florists 12» N. Broad J4J-H0J Attend Services Four Galesburg residents attended funeral services at Rock Island Wednesday for Mrs. Josephine Mace, organizer of the Superior Caldron of the Daughter of Mokanna. They were Mrs. Opal Lawson.Mrs. William Dutton, Mrs. Joseph E. Davison and Mrs. Helen Windom, members of the Murga Caldron of Galesburg. HINCHLIFF a PEARSON FUNERAL HOMEWCHAPH Phone MS-2101 287 N. Bread MR. BRUCE B. KELLEY - 813 E. North St. Services 10:30 A.M. Friday at the First Baptist Chapel. Friends may call this evening at the funeral home. GOING ONE, GOING TWO-The bicycle, held above by auctioneers at the city garage, was •old this morning along with many other items left unclaimed. More than 100 persons showed up for the sale and, as predicted earlier, the merchandise went like hotcakes. Mike Gravino, city purchasing agent, was delegated to do the auctioneering, but a professional, who happened to be in the crowd, took over by unanimous consent and started his chanting. It took less than an hour to sell the vast array of items all classified as "unclaimed property." Auctioneer was Dale Coffey. (Galesburg Register-Mail photo by Dale Humphrey.) Biggsville Couple Plan Trip East BIGGSVILLE — Rev. and Mrs. Walker Butler will leave Monday for Delaware, Ohio, for a vacation, returning to Bloomington for the called session of the Central Illinois Conference Oct. 15, returning to Biggsville Oct. 17. The first family night at the Methodist Church will be Oct. 17. The Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet at the Methodist Church Friday at 2 p.m. Biggsville • Gladstone Methodist Men held their September meet ing at Gladstone. Curt Eisen mayer, Henderson County Farm adviser, informed the group on services available through the Extension Service. Mrs. R. H. Stevenson and Mrs Letha Rowley with Mrs. Glenn Edwards, former telephone operators at the Biggsville office joined other operators of the Stronghurst office for their annual potluck dinner and get-together Sat urday at the home of Mrs Blanche Keener at Stronghurst. There were 30 present. Mrs. A. W. Pearson, is a patient in the Burlington Hospital where she was taken after suffering a light stroke in her home Saturday. Charles Mullin Jr. attended the wedding Saturday of his cousin, Joseph Whalen, at St. Patrick's Church in Peoria. Mrs. Letha Rowley and Mrs. Rowena Billups visited Saturday in the Frederick Gibb home in Roseville. Mrs. Pearl Wilbur has returned to her home after a 2-week visit with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilbur at Chicago. Mrs. Mark Milroy, with Mrs. Lawrence Cowell of Galesburg, recently visited Mrs. Mary Bloomquist of Altona. Mrs. Howard Mekcmson of Hamilton and her sister, Mrs. Arthur Neshit of Quincy visited several days with their friend, Mrs. A. W. Pearson. Mrs. Leonard E p p e r 1 y and daughter Mary now of Jacksonville, formerly of Biggsville, were recent guests of Mrs. Jones Nelson, James and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Curtis. Mission Field Revieived for Alexis Society ALEXIS—Rev. Daniel Driscoll, ,V.D„ of Boston, Mass., formerly „ member of St. Theresa's parish, Alexis, was present at the church's Altar and Rosary Society meeting Oct. 8 in the home of Mrs. Wayne Pheiffer. Fr. Driscoll gave a talk on the missions and told of his work in the mission fields in New Guinea and showed pictures of life in New Guinea. Mrs. Clark Vernon announced that Christmas cards and wrappers and occasional cards, are on sale at the church or from members of the society. The Deanery meeting will be held in Nauvoo Oct. 15. Mrs. John Rogers, parish president of NCCW, read the President's Message. Mrs. John Elder Sr., Mrs. Emma Lee, Mrs. L. B. Shunick, Mrs. Wayne Pheiffer, Mrs. Jack Jarboe and Mrs. George Powell were hostesses. Macmillan's Operation Is Successful LONDON (AP)—Prime MiruY-r Harold Macmillan today underwent a successful operation for the removal of his prostate gland. A hospital bulletin said there were no complications after the hour-long operation and that his condition was excellent. Macmillan, 69, entered King Edward VII Military Hospital Tuesday night after experiencing severe pain during a Cabinet meeting. Word of the successful surgery was flashed to Blackpool, where Macmillan's Conservative party is holding its annual conference and discussing the makeup of lead ership to lead it into next year's general election. Well-wishers gathered around the hospital, which had a police guard since the prime minister's admittance. Messages from well-wishers had poured in all morning and more came after radio and press bulle tins shortly after noon reported the successful operation. Macmillan entered the hospital suffering from a blockage of the neck of the bladder caused by enlargement of the prostate gland, a common condition in elderly men. The operation was performed by Dr. W. W. Badenoch, a surgeon specializing in kidney and bladder diseases. A medical bulletin said the prostate gland was removed and Macmillan's condition "throughout and at the end of the operation was excellent." READ THE WANT ADS! Two Accused of Grain Thefts Are Bound Over CHICAGO (AP) — Two men charged with looting thousands of bushels of grain, in three separate Illinois thefts have been bound over to the La Salle County grand jury. Kenneth Suhr, 33, of Rock Island and Herbert Welsh, 28, of St. Joseph, Mo., were bound over Wednesday and placed under $5,000 bond on each of three counts. Sheriff James Callahan said the men may be part of an eight- state ring of grain thieves. He charged Suhr and Welsh with stealing 1,400 bushels of soybeans near Wenona, more soybeans from a farm near Streator, and 2,000 bushels of corn near Mendota. The men were seized near Oglesby Tuesday night as they approached their truck which was being watched by sheriff's deputies. Sheriff Callahan said he believed at least two other men were involved in the grain thefts. He did not elaborate. Indignant Thief Jailed ST. HELIER, Isle of Jersey (UPI) — Bernard Miller, 23, went to the police in high indignation because somebody stole his car. The police said they didn't know anything about Miller's car, but had been looking for him in connection with a $8,400 store robbery. He was jailed for eight years Wednesday. Coldbrook PTA Hears Librarian COLDBROOK — "Family Growth Through Reading" was the theme for the evening when the Coldbrook School PTA met at the school Wednesday. Mrs. Lowell Dean, children's librarian at the Monmouth Library, presented a program prepared by Miss Camille Radmacher, librarian, who was unable to attend. Mrs. Dean pointed out that "A library is not a luxury but a necessity of life." She explored the various aspects of the freedom to read. In describing the Warren County Library, she listed all the services and facilities this library has to offer. Special emphasis was placed on the services for children which included story hours for two age groups and a summer reading program. A film on "Mount Rainier" was shown to the group as an example of one jf the 131 films available for circulation. Present Faculty Mrs. Don Swedlund, president, introduced the teachers to the group. They are Mrs. Lois Terpening, principal and first and second grade; Mrs. George Peters, third and fourth grade, and James Reed, fifth and sixth grade. The budget was approved for the year. A cash donation was made to child welfare. An arrangement of fall flowers formed the centerpiece for the table as refreshments were served. The committee in charge comprised Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Shaver, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Swanson, Mr. and Mrs. Max Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Riley, Mr. and Mrs. Jay McGee and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Burkhalter. Qaleihurp tygtoterAfafl ClftittfM Adtertittng LOCAL CASK RATS Effective Apru i, IBM Wordt f-day» 4-daya 1-daj 140 | 198 | I.S4 f l* •1-25 | in 1.88 | 1.43 16-JO I 4J7 1.80 | IS) 11-36 I 8.10 | 8JB 1. »-81 M-40 , | 8.81 | 1.87 | 1.01 41-38 I 8.86 | 4.38 | 3.31 48-80 ! 7J8 1 4.84 (Rcpliw Malicalhit-ot'town) 60s Card oi Ttamka In Memoriun* Ledge Notices DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. } l*lnch e MM 82.00 SATURDAY 9:15 A.M. Card of Thanks WE WISH to thank our neighbors, friends and relatives for cards, flowers and expressions of sympathy at the time of the loss of our loved one, infant Otis David Martin. Also, the doctors and nurses at Cottage Hospital, Reverend Mace for the comforting service, the Thomas Plumbing and Heating Co. Employer and employees. To all of those who have given so much help in our sorrow, God bless you all. Mr. and Mrs. Otis David Martin, Grandparents, Uncles, Aunts and Cousins. I WISH to thank all my friends, neighbors and relatives for the lovely flowers, cards, and gifts, and a special thanks to my doctors, nurses and nurses' aides during my stay in St. Mary's hospital. All was greatly appreciated. Ethel Masterson. I WISH to take this opportunity to thank the many friends who remembered me with flowers, gifts, cards and visits while I was a patient at the Cottage Hospital. Special thanks to Rev. Johnson and Don Fultz the Intern, for their many calls, Drs. Wyrens and Behrents, all the nurses and nurses aides. Again, I say thank you. Mrs. Geneva Lundeen, Wataga. 111. In Memorlami RIPPEL, Frances — In loving memory of our wife and mother who passed away October 10, 1961. There is a sad but sweet remembrance, There is memory fond and true; There is a token of affection, mother, And a heartache still for you Husband and Children. Leaf and Font*- 1 GLASSES Lost — Piir Of fold rim bi-focals, in black cm, vicinity of West North and Highland. Finder please return to 178 Highland-****'' »• — LAWN BUILDING Now is the time to do SOMETHING about your lawn. Grading — Seeding — Sodding — Whiteroek E. J. MARTIN—341-0531 RUBBISH REMOVAL "Double your trash back If not satisfied.'' Celebrating 18 yean of service to Galesburg real* dents. Call Citywldt Rubbish Removal, 342-1134. SEARS Services all Sears Ap* pliances. Phone 342-6141. WRIGHT'S HEATING Thermo-Products. Gas 6c oil furnaces, sheet metal, gutterwork. Free estimates. 1-5 year payment plan. 29 Public Square. 343-6538. Nltc 343-8404. For All PLUMBING NEEDS call Youngren Plumbers 1327 Brown Ave. 343-6813 NELSON'S Bryant gas furnace and burners. Used stokers, gutter work. 138 N. Seminary. 343-2318. MUSIC - stringed instrument repair. Also will buy old guitars, banjos and mandolins. L. A. Ir- wln. Bushnell. 111. Ph. 399K. . Transportation—3 WANTED: ride to Moline for second shift at John Deere Plow Company plant. Call 3423368. _ Personal-Special Notice—4 BE SURE to visit the Salvation Army Red Shield Store at 16 Public Square. Bargains in clothing, appliances and furniture. AVON PRODUCTS If interested in buying or selling, call 342-0360. 342-1622. Male Help Wanted—S MAN to service route in Knox County area. Home every night, 22 through 35. married. 3118 weekly. Phone: 343-9342. NEED HELP? rind the best through • wider choice. Phone 342-8161 to place your WANT AD. Lodge Notices Sac-Fox Scouts Prepare for Webelos Day Final plans are now completed by the Sac-Fox Scout Council for Webelos Day, Saturday at Camp Mansur, according to M. W. Faust, chairman of the event. Camp Mansur is the training center for the council and Webe los Day is an outside event previewing scouting activities for 10- year-old Cub Scouts and their fathers. Approximately 100 Cub Scouts and their fathers are expected to register at camp and they will participate in a junior leaders instructor training program. Kirk wood Vote Canvassed at Board Session KIRKWOOD — No change was found in the tally produced in a vote on a proposed sewer project Saturday at Kirkwood Monday night when the vote was canvassed at the meeting of the Village Board. The proposition was defeated. The vote was 132 no and 109 yes. Six ballots were spoiled. Verne Conway, board member, was authorized to contact the Illinois State Health Department for added consideration of the proposed sewer project. The water committee was authorized to clean and repair the water pumping system. Bills were paid. The next board meeting will be held Nov. 4 at 7:30 p.m. ILLINOIS COUNCIL NO. 1 R. & S. M. Knoxville. 111. Reservations for the Grand Masters Banquet and Reception, Saturday, October 19, 1963 at the Galesburg First Methodist Church must be in the hands of the Recorder by October 15, Tickets $2,50 per plate. Reservations must be accompanied by check. Admission by reservation only. Greet our own Glyn C. Stewart as Most Illustrious Grand Master. Knoxville, 111. C. H. Toothe. Recorder. Lost and Pound—1 GONE FOR GOOD? Not If you quickly place • LOST AD Phone 342-8161. WANTED PIPE FITTER for Local Industry Maintenance Experience with Hydraulics Pressure systems Permanent Top Wages Apply ILLINOIS STATE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 272 E. Simmons St. MAN wanted for year round farm work. Modern home. Phone Farmington 245-2513. SHOE Salesman Wanted — Experience preferred. Age 21 to 35. Opportunity for advancement for neat and reliable person. Paid vacation and insurance. Father & Sons Shoe Store, 336 E. Main, Galesburg. WE are looking for a married man between ages of 23 and 40 who is dissatisfied with his present income. This is a full time position in your local area, with an outstanding future. Average monthly income of $500 plus bonus. Small town inquiries invited. Write William Bevens, Box 250, Avon, 111., or call 465-3496 for appointment. (Continued on page 22) State Check-up Nets One Driver Lacking License MONMOUTH - Rodney W. Storruston, 19, of S o s s t o n, Minn., was arrested by State Trooper John Simonson last night at 8:30 and charged with driving a car while his license was revoked. State troopers were making spot car checks on South Main Street last night when he was stopped. He appeared in police court this morning and was sentenced to 30 days in the Warren County Jail, also to pay court costs of $10.30, by Police Magistrate Dale T. DeVore. Kelly 4-H Group Elects Officers MONMOUTH—The Kelly Boosters 4-H Club met and elected officers in the home of Charles Earp Oct. 3. Those elected were Steve Higgins, president; Dean Reem, vice president; Dennis Noonan, secretary-treasurer; Bobby Yarde, reporter; Steve Higgins and Dennis Noonan, federation members; Billy Gustafson, recreation chairman; Larry Wolford, safety chairman; David Wolford, song leader and Billy Gustafson and Larry Wolford, junior leaders. COSSACKS ENTERTAIN MONMOUTH — The Monmouth College concert-lecture series opened Wednesday night in the college auditorium. The Don Cossack Chorus and dancers presented a program of songs and spectacular dances to a standing- room-only audience who were enthusiastic in their praise of the company of 25 men. Tickets for the remainder of the series may be obtained by contacting Don Kettering at Monmouth College. The next program will be presented Nov. 19 by the Iowa String Quartet. Business Is Poor SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) — A burglar took $29 worth of phonograph records, coins and a table radio from a San Francisco flat Tuesday night and left the following typewritten note for his victim: "In all my 30 years as an honest, hardworking burglar, seldom have I cam (sic) across as miserable a haul as this. You people ought to leave some cigarets around for guests. You ought to be ashamed of yourselves. Meditate on this, friends: Everything which I leave behind isn't even worth stealing. "Til later, Sydney the burglar." Revenue Man Faces Sentence On Bribe Charge CHICAGO (UPI) - William Robatzek, a 20 year employe of the Internal Revenue Service today faced a year and a day sentence on charges of taking a $700 bribe from an Elgin man. Earl Cremeens testified before U.S. District Court Judge Joseph Sam Perry in a bench trial that he gave Robatzek, 57, of West Chicago, an envelope containing $700 in marked bills while four hidden Federal Bureau of Investigation agents watched in his home. FBI agents said Robatzek admitted taking the money but said it was a loan and not a bribe. The government said Robatzek demanded the money to "fix" Cremeens' $1,200 tax debt. Robat zek had been exaimning Cremeen's returns for 1958 through 1960. Imposed Fine CAMBRIDGE—Rollin Walline, Lynn Center, was fined $10 and costs by Police Magistrate W. E. Klawonn on a charge of unnecessary noise. The arrest was made by Cambridge Village Chief of Police, Albert Pbillipi.