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AND DEATHS Galesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, Monday, July 9, 1973L15 WILLIAM R. PARMENTER William R. Parmenter, 76, of near Galesburg, died Sunday at 5:35 p.m. He was born Nov. 19, 1896, in Monmouth, and married Fontella West on Aug. 12, 1922, in Galesburg. He worked for Gale Products, and attended East Galesburg and Galesburg schools. Surviving are his Widow; three sons, Roger and Howard, both of Galesburg, and Joseph of Gilson; six daughters, Mrs. (Mildred) Bybee, Mrs. Joe (Kathryri) Monzo and Mrs. Lar ry (Laura Marie) Clevenger, all of Galesburg, Mrs. Richard (Evelyn) Johnson and Mrs. Bill (Carol) Cutts, both of East Galesburg, and Mrs. James (Colleen) Cochran, Peoria; 22 grandchildren, and two great* grandchildren. Graveside services will be Wednesday at 10 a.m. at East linwood Cemetery. There will be no visitation. GEORGE RAY STEVENS WILLIAMSFIELD - George Ray Stevens, 79, of near Wil^ liamsfield, died Sunday at 7:50 p.m. at Galesburg State Research Hospital. He was born April 26, 1894, in Harrison County, Neb., and married Nellie Wilson at Peoria in February 1921. She died May 19, 1939. He married Helen Sherman on Aug. 20, 1942, at Kahoka, Mo. He was a farmer and resident of Knox County for 78 years, a member of A. T. Darrah Ma-. sonic Lodge at Victoria, Wil* liamsfield American Legion Post and was a World War I veteran. Surviving are Ms Widow; two sons, George R. of LaPrairie and Holland (Pete) of Gary, ind.; a daughter, Mrs. Jack (Frances) Barton, Farmington; two stepsons, Leroy Sherman, Harvard, and Thomas Sherman, Galesburg f two brothers, Riley of Galesburg and Mervyn of Gilson;; eight grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; four step-grandchildren, and one step-great-grandchild. Funeral will be Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at Martin Funeral Home, Knoxville. Burial will be in Knoxville Cemetery. Visitation will be Tuesday evening at the funeral home. Whatever tha [Occasion WILL "SAY IT BEST" ANDERSON florists 128 N. BROAD 3424121 LOUIS M. KUDER CANTON - Louis M. Kuder, 70, of Canton, died Sunday at 10:07 a.m. at Graham Hospital, Canton. He was born Feb. 27, 1903, in Springfield, and married Louise F. Fagan on Jan. 28, 1925. He worked as an auto mechanic. Surviving are his widow; five daughters, Mrs. John (Patricia) Handtey, Coppers. Cove, Tex., Mrs. Van (Mary) Ruey, Canton, Mrs. Thomas (Kathryn) Mahr, Fairview, Mrs. Edward (Virginia) Timmons, Galesburg, and Mrs. Ted (Vera) Wright, Canton; two brothers, George of Springfield and Albert of Reno, Nev.; two sisters, Mrs. Mina Ingram, Springfield, and Mrs. Helena Baysinger, Lebanon, Mb., and eight grandchildren. Funeral will be Wednesday at 11 a.m. at Murphy Memorial Home, Canton. Burial will be in White Chapel Memory Gardens, Canton. Visitation will be Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home. mouth. The former Ginny Me Mullen was born Oct. 6,1812, in Iowa. She married Frank Meeker on March 12,1902, in Oneida They farmed near North Henderson for 10 years before moving to Alexis. Mr. Meeker died July 26, 1982. She was a member of Alexis United Presbyterian Church and the Priscilla Club. She is survived by two brothers, Guy McMullen, Pekin, and Lee McMullen, Viol^a, and nieces and nephews. Services are pending at McKnight Memorial Funeral Home, Alexis. JACK R. MILLER Rcquim Mass for Jack R. Miller, 58, of 1688 Indiana Dr., who died Thursday, was celebrated today at 10 a.m. at Corpus Christ! Church by Rev. Francis Oman. Burial was at Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were Ed Grady, Ted McCullough, Paul Morgan, Nunc Mangieri, Carl Swanson and Paul Peck. Johnson-Gill Schuster Galva - Willlamsfield Mrs. Lloyd V. Spiegel Services 1:30 P.M. - TUESDAY at the Chapel Burial Galva Cemetery There will be no calling hours. Memorials may be, made to the Messiah Luthern Church or the Heart Fund. MARTIN FUNERAL HOME KNOXVILLE, ILLINOIS Herman Godfred Swanson RR4, Galesburg Friends may call this Funeral Services ;V 2:30 P.M. - TUESDAY MARTIN FUNERAL HOME, KNOXVILLE. evening at the funeral home. Interment East Linwood Cemetery. Memorials to the First United Presbyterian Church, Galesburg. —o— George Ray Stevens RR 1 Williamslield Funeral Services 1:30 P.M. - WEDNESDAY at the FUNERAL HOME where friends may , call Tuesday evening. Interment in the Knoxville Cemetery, —o— Alpha Mae Morss 523 E. Newman St, Knoxville Funeral Services 3:30 P.M. WEDNESDAY at the FUNERAL HOME where friends may call Tuesday evening. Interment in the Maquon Cemetery. EUGENE B. CLANCY OSCEOLA —. Eugene B. Clancy, B5, of Osceola, died Saturday at 5:40 a.m. in Kewanee. Jle was born Dec. 4, 1917, in Og&l sby arid married Nita Rainier. He worked for the Burlington Northern Railroad for 32 years. _ ; Surviving ar| his widow; four sons, Thomas L. and Leonard E., both of Osceola, Daniel L., stationed with the military in Washington, D.C., and Robert W., stationed with the military in- Arizona; two brothers, LaVerne G. of Ogelsby and Blaine W. of KJrandville, and 12 grand children. Funeral will be Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at Cavanaugh and Schuneman Funeral Chapel, Ke wanee. BuriaVwill be in Osceola Village Cemetery. Visitation will be today from 79 p.m. at the funeral home. MRS. M. L MARTINEZ Private family services for Mrs. M. Luellen Martinez, 31, of 1719 W. Main St. who died Friday, were today at 3 p.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel, with Raymond Neece officiating. Burial was at Abingdon Cemetery. Pallbearers were Richard Truett, Ralph Cramer, Sid Davis and Steve Hills. MRS. LeROY SMITH Funeral for Mrs. LeRoy C. Smith. 60, of 1105 Dayton Dr., who died Friday, was today at 1:30 p.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel, with David Snyder of Bethel Baptist Church officiating. Burial was "at East Linwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Rayder Peterson, William Allison, Ken Schrader, Sherman Grimes, Robert Walters and Craig Lovitt. MRS. CECILIA HEDMAN GALVA — Funeral for Mrs. Cecilia Hedman, 97, of Springfield who died Tuesday, was Friday at 1:30 p.m. at Johnson- Gill-Schuster Chapel with Rev. Harold L. Carlson officiating. Burial was at Galvff^Ceme- tery. Pallbearers were Richard Leaf, George Swank, Leonard Liljeroot, Leonard Lindquist, C. Forrest Bailey and Morris Collinson. MRS. FRANK MEEKER ALEXIS - Mrs. Frank Meeker, 90, of Alexis, died today at 5 a.m. at Applegate Inn, Mon- P8W rar THE y FINEST » FLORAL Q TRIBUTES * Don's S Flower Sho/> h & 56 FULTON O 3, 34^-3174 -^JL CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME Roseville . Avon London Mills Dennis O, Markley 11 Years Avon Services 2:30 P.M. - TUESDAY CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME, AVON Burial Roseville Memorial Park Cemetery. MRS. BLANCHE JOHNSON Mrs. Blanche Johnson, 521 E. North St., died Saturday at 9:15 p.m. at Cottage Hospital. Mrs. Johnson was born in Cameron and lived in Kewanee, Oneida, Henderson, and Galesburg. She married first Harry Vaugn, who died in 1949, and later married Paul Johnson, who died in 1965. She is survived by a daughter, Barbara Henry, Galesburg; a granddaughter and a great­ grandchildren. Services will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Hendricks Funeral Home, Oneida. Burial will be in Henderson Cemetery. There will be no visitation. W., of Des Moines, and nieces and nephews. Burial was in Princeville Cemetery. MORGAN A,~DEVL!N NORTH HENDERSON Morgan Agale Devlin, 55, North Henderson, died today at 5:30 a.m. at Galesburg Cottage Hos pital. He was born Oct. 5,1917, and attended North Henderson and Alexis schools. Me married the former Priscilla Johnson on Jan. 15, 1944, in Davenport. He had been employed at the Rock Island Arsenal, by Inter national Harvester at Moline and Olson Grain and Supply Co., North Henderson. He was a member of North Henderson United Methodist Church, North Henderson Township Board, and was a volun icer fireman. He is survived by his widow; a son, Joe, of Aurora; two daughters, Mrs. Ron (Diana) Round and Miss Nancy Devlin, at home; three brothers, Charles of Alexis, Harold of Galesburg and Tommy of Oneida; three sisters, Mrs. Lois All geyer, Monmouth, Mm. Lyle Lcasha Tyrell, North Henderson, and Mrs. Forrest (Alice) Abbadusky, Monmouth, and nieces and nephews. Funeral will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at North Henderson United Methodist Church, with Rev. Al Hilding officiating. Burial will be in Mount Vernon Cemetery. Visitation will be Tuesday from 7-9 p.m. at McKnight Memorial Home, Alexis. EVERETT EPOLLARD MONMOUTH — Funeral for Everett E. Pollard, 78, of 521 N. Sixth St., who died Thursday, was Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Turnbull Funeral Home. Dr. J. Stafford Weeks, professor of religion at Monmouth College, officiated. Burial was at Monmouth Cemetery. Pallbearers were Stanley Swanson, Earl Carwile, Harold Pedigo, Joseph Setbert, Max Fryrear and Don Kessinger. MRS. GLAINE LOFGREN MONMOUTH - Graveside services for Mrs. Glaine O. Lofgren, 67, who died Saturday at 10:10 a.m. at Galesburg Cottage Hospital, were today at 10 a.m. at Oak Lawn Memorial Garden. Rev. Ray Fortune, pastor of Rozetta Baptist Church, officiated,. :.- Mrs. Lofgren lived at 844 Arnold St., Galesburg, before moving to near Monmouth a few 3:30. p.m. at Martin Funeral Home, Knoxville. Burial will be in Maquon Cemetery. Visitation will be Tuesday evening at the funeral home. ALBERT BOWEN KNOXVILLE - Committal service for Albert Bbwen, 73, of Bradenton, Fla., formerly of Galesburg, who died Jan. 13, w?.f. Sunday at 3 p.m. at Knoxville Cemetery, with Rev. John H. Clarke officiating. The body was cremated. MRS. IDA ALLEN NEW WINDSOR - Mrs. Ida Allen, 86, New Windsor, died today at 12:45 a.m. at the Mercer County Hospital, Aledo. The former Ida Redberg was born Sept. 18, 1886, in New Windsor. She Was educated in New Windsor schools and lived ail her life in the community. She married August Men in August 1915 at Moline. He died in 1959. She is survived by a son, Fred Allen, New Windsor; a daughter, Rachel Carlson, WeodhuM, four grandchildren; six great - grandchildren and nieces and nephews. Funeral will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at New Windsor's Calvary Lutheran Church, wi!h Rev. Paul Hoilmcr officiating. Burial will be at New Windsor Cemetery. Visitation will be at the Crummy Funeral Home, New Windsor, Tuesday after 7 p.m. Fulton- (Continued from Page 3 ) Today's Record •aw Elmwood, first, Annette Meyer, sec ond. and Staci Round, third. Canoe races, Bridgeport to London Mills won by Bll) Sanders and Gordon Royer, Havana. Mixed men-women canoe class- Lynn Unci in* and Mark Stephens, Havana. Under 18 class — Ronald Howell and Danny Thompson of Havana. Men's mixed age grouo won by Rusty and Ronald Howell, Havana. Women's class — Carolyn Schister and Bertn Lou Wolford. Row boat class — Don Tiee, London Mills, and DaVe Way, Maquon, first place. 12 mile scramble, Maquon to London Mills — Dave Duff, Pontine, and Ronald Shafer, Chatsworth, first place. Totie Fields' Condition Good NEW YORK (UPI) — ToUe Fields' condition improved Sunday and her agent said he was hopeful the popular comedienne could leave., the hospital by Friday. ". v />.':' '*' ' ' vears aao - mss Fleld9 ' ^ ^ been in The former Marian ElizabethjPoWnfc Hospitd wiih a Duke was born Oct. 27, 1905, i n l C0,,a P se d le « and three Traffic Accidents Eddie Lee Syk«, 19, 693 Day St., was in St, Mary's Hospital today in fair condition after he was hurt Saturday when the motorcycle he Was operating was hit by an auto at the corner of Kellogg and Tompkins streets. Police said SykeV motorcycle was struck by a car driven by Catherine A. Vitale, 63, 1196 N. Kellogg St. A passenger on tire motorcycle, Bruce S. Marshall, 19/ also of 693 Day St., was treated at St. Mary's Hospital's emergency room and released. Witnesses told police the car passed completely over the motorcycle and stopped about 40 feet .away. The driver of the car Was cited for failing to yield the right of way. The mishap occurred about 1:30 p.m. Charts E. Stotlcr, 18, Mon mouth, was treated at St. Mary's Hospital and released after his motorcycle was involved in a collision with a car driven by Ethel G. Nelson, 63, 571 W. Grove St. at the corner of Main Street and Dietrich Avenue. The accident occurred Saturday shortly after 9 a.m. Driver of the car was cited for a turning violation. Police investigated four other traffic mishaps Saturday. A car driven by Robert Marion Gibbons, 67, Knoxville, Iowa, struck one driven by Susan Nicholas, 24, 1258 N. Seminary St., at 12:03 p.m. at the corner of Main and Cherry streets. NO tickets were issued. An auto operated by Jon K. Rybarg, 29, 942 Dayton Dr., hit one driven by Susan M. McGuire, 19, 1731 N. Broad St., at 12:13 p.m. in the city parking lot at the cornier of Kellogg and Simmons streets. There were no charges. Cars driven by Mark A. Rooney, 18, 1115 Pine St., and Carolyn K. Vest, 27, 1451 Ocngar St., collided at 2:36 p.m. at the intersection of Pearl and Berrien streets. Police staid the drivers' views were blocked by a pile of dirt from nearby construction. There were no charges. Ivan K. Line, 22, London Mills, was cited for driving with unsafe. »tires 'after lie lost control of his car" at, 5:53 'p. m. in the 600 block of South Chambers Street and struck a street sign and telephone pole. MISS MARIETTA YATES BUSHNELL - Funeral for Miss Marietta Yates, 82, of Bushnell who died Saturday at McDonough District Hospital, Macomb, was today at 1 p.m. at the Martin-Hollis Funeral Home, with Rev. Ralph Adamson officiating. She was born Dec. 28, 1890, at Princeville, where she was educated. She lived in Bushnell for 17 years and was a memger of Bushnell United Presbyterian Church. Surviving are a brother, David Mausoleums and Monuments HinchlifP 1 FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1070 WEST FREMONT STREET PHONE 343-2101 6ALES8UR9 MRS. NANNIE W. VEDELL - 505 Holcomb St., Knoxville, 111. Services 10 A.M. Wednesday at Hinchliff- Pearson-West Chapel. There will be no visitation. Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery. MR. WILLIAM R. PARMENTER - RR4, Galesburg. Graveside Services 10 A.M. Wednesday at East Linwood Cemetery. There will be no visitation. McF'lt MONUMENTS 1801 W. Main St /BflnN Galesburg. III. I t* J p ho»e 342-I512 HENDRICKS FUNIRAl HOMI Ontida, HI. Mrs. Blanche Johnson 521 E. North St., Galesburg Services 2 P.M. - TUESDAY at HENDRICKS FUNERAL HOME ONEIDA There will be no visitation. Burial in the Henderson Cemetery, Henderson, 111. Henderson County. She was reared and educated in the Rozetta area. She attended Monmouth College and was graduated from Iowa State University, Ames. She married Glaine Lofgren on Oct. 5, 1940, at Auxvasse, Mo. She taught home economics for , 14 ' years in schools at Alexis, LePere, Mioh., Galesburg and Downers Grove. She was a 50-year member of Pi Beta Phi and was golf champion of the City of Galesburg for a number of years. Surviving with the husband arc a brother, M. Earl Duke, Galesburg. and other relatives. MRS. LLOYDSPIEGEL GALVA — Mrs. Lloyd Spiegel, 65, of near Galva, died Sunday at 4 a.m. at Galesburg Cottage Hospital. The former Marie Sundberg was born Nov. 19,1907, in Knox County, and married Lloyd V. Spiegel on Dec. 14, 1930, in Galva. She was a member of Messiah Lutheran Church, Galva. Surviving are her husband; two sons, Dale of near Galva and Roger of Washington, D.C.; a sister, Mrs. Loren Morley, Pekin, and three grandchildren. Funeral will be Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at Johnson-Gill Schuster Chapel, Galva, with Rev. Harold L. Carlson officiating. Burial will be in Galva Cemetery. There will be no visitation. Memorials may be made to Messiah Lutheran Church, or the Heart Fund, the family said broken ribs since a midtown auto accident Thursday night. Her husband, George Johnston, and upstate resort owner George Gilbert; were also injured when their taxi slammed into another automobile in Manhattan. Johnston was in good.. condition . and expected to leave the hospital before Friday. Gilbert, owner of the Raleigh Hotel in j South Fallsburgh, N.Y., was still in "poor" condition in the intensive care ward. pifal for treatment. Loving told police he was driving east on U.S. 34 just east of the 111. 94 junction when the steering mechanism in his car failed. The car swerved off the road and came to rest in a ditch. Fred J. Hager, 21, 1019 E. 10th Ave., was charged Sunday at 1 a.m. with having unsafe equipment on his car and failure to report an accident. Hager wrecked his car on the Young's Lake Road about two miles northwest of Klrkwood. The acceleration bar in the carburetor reportedly got stuck on a makeshift coif mounted on the motor. The Car went off the west side of the road, iiit a mailbox, and came (0 rest against an embank ment. A truck driven by George Har rison, 47. 1043 E. First Ave., and a car driven by Donald L. Wills, 47, 1048 E. Euclid Ave., collided Saturday at 11:30 a.m. on North Sixth Street Road about one mile north of Monmouth. Wills reportedly turned south from Sixth Street extended at the Y-intcrsectioh and collided With Harrison's truck, which was eastbound on the blacktop. There were no injuries and no charges were made. The intersection of U.S. 34 and U.S. 67 north of Monmouth was the scene of a 2-car accident Saturday at 5:59 0.111. Brent C. Armstrong, 20. 1015 W. Broadway, was driving his car south on U.S. 67 and Mrs. Nellie Petentler. 44. 1379 E. Knox St.. Galesburg, was westbound on U.S. 34 when the vehicles collided. Mrs. Petentler was charged with a right of way violation. Cars driven by Mrs. Mary N. Brooks, 50, 802 E. Sixth Ave, and Louis I. Wilson. -30, 1420 S. D St., collided Saturday al 1:29 p.m. at Ninth Avenue and Second Street. Mrs. Brooks was driving her car cast on Ninth Avenue and Wilson was southbound on Second Street. Wilson was cited for a right of way io'ation. Births ;: Born at Cottage Hospital to: M*v and Mrs. Paul Douglass, 597 Johnston St., a boy-Sunday at 3:36 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Steven D. Harden, 1638 Baird Ave., -ft boy Sunday at 2:24 p.m. Born at St. Mary's Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Danny Cooper, 1572 Modifier Ave., twin girls Sunday at 4:05 and 4:08 p.m. Mr. and. Mrs. Bernard Terwilliger, 1464 Russell Ave., a girl Sunday at 10 a.m. Mr. and Mw, Stanley Davis, 486 E. Second St., a girl Monday at 1:10 a.m. PEORIA - Mr. and Mrs. Kent10t.l1 Knowles, Peoria, are 11.e parents of a daughter born Wednesday in Peoria Methodist Hospital. Paternal grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Knowles of Toulon. Maternal, grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. James Cruse of Kewanee. Paternal great; - grandmother is Mrs. Hazel Allen of Kewanee. TUCSON, Ariz. - Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Thompson, Tucson, arc the parents of a son, Zach- cry, born July 2. Paternal grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. Donald Thompson of Park Ridge. Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Doris Obery of Dunlap. Great-grandmother is Mrs. Stella White of Toulon. Fire Calls MONMOUTH - Firefighters were called Sunday at 2:46 p.m. to extinguish a fire in the men's ostroom at the Western Store, 605 N. Main St. The fire was discovered by a traveler who opened the door to the restroom and found it filled with smoke and the roller towel burning. Firefighters also answered a cal' to the "Wild Bill" Logsdon residence at 1101 S. 9te St. Saturday at 7:30 a.m. to put out a fire which had started in a trash pile in the back of a truck. READ THE WANT ADSI James L. Matthews, 18, Altona, was uninjured Sunday about 5 p.m. when a tire blew out on his car on a rural road near Knox County Highway 3, causing the vehicle to overturn several times. The vehicle clipped off a power pole as it rolled, deputies said. No tick- els were issued. MONMOUTH - Roger L. Loving, 18, Aledo, and a passenger in his car, Miss Mildred L. Strange, 18, Monmouth, were injured Sunday at 2:40 a.m. in a 1-car accident. They were taken to Community Memorial Hos- Circuit Court OQUAWKA - A Henderson County grand jury last week indicted Timothy L. E n n i s, Oquawka, for,robbery and theft stemming from separate incidents that allegedly occurred last year. Ennis and Roger Steen, Hartsville, Tenn., were both charged with robbery after they alelgedly took some money from a young Burlington woman last Dec. 25, then forced her out of a car in rural Henderson County. Steen was also charged with battery after that incident. He plead- dtd guilty to the battery charge last week and was fined $500. The robbery charge against Steen was dismissed. Ennis was charged with robbery in the same incident, and theft on a complaint signed by his father. The alleged theft incident occurred in February 1972, according to authorities. Ennis Is currently free on bond. Arresls MONMOUTH - Daniel R. Hays, 16, 67 Lincoln Homes, was charged Sunday with disorderly conduct. The Charge was filed on complaint of Stanley R. Lodwick. ' Larry E. Miller, 24, Macomb, was charged Friday at! 12.19 p.m. with reckless driving. A disorderly conduct charge was placed against William R. Cooper, 38, 524 W. Clinton! Ave., Saturday at 2 a.m. \ Service Stresses Modern U.S. Managerial Knowledge By J. PAUL WYATT PANAMA CITY (UPI) - The International Executive Service Corps (IESC) invests old- fashioned Yankee ingenuity and modern managerial know-how instead of dollars in the future of developing countries- Business Today MRS. ALPHA M. MORSS KNOXVILLE - Mrs. Alpha M. Morss, 83, of Knoxville, died Saturday at 4 p.m. at her daughter's home in Brownsville, Tex. The former Alpha Mae Turner was born Nov. 8, IW, in Orange Township, Knox County, and married Bert Hoxworth. He died in 1019. She married Elery A. Morss at Peoria on Oct. 7, 1916. She was a member of Orange Chapel United Methodist Church. Surviving are two sons, Elmer and Ralph, both of Knoxville; a daughter, Mrs. Leon (Mary J.) Barton, Brownsville, Tex., a grandchild and two great­ grandchildren. Funeral will be Wednesday at This no-strings-attached aid appears to be paying off with returns that money can't buy. "If I were to choose the best vehicle the United States has for relations with the rest of the world I would choose the IESC," said Guillermo Tribaldos III, assistant general manager of a Panama liquor concern which has benefitted from nine IESC projects. "From what we can observe we're sure the (IESC) project will work out with complete success," remarked Francisco Wong Chang, owner of a chain of Panama discount stores and another IESC beneficiary. Local Ownership Stressed Last year U.S. executive volunteers,- mostly retirees from general management, production, personnel, marketing and finance fields, took part in more than 600 projects in 52 countries. Most foreign firms received IESC assistance enjoyed Increased production, efficiency, sales and profits. "We assist only those indus­ tries we feel will be helpful in a country's development," said J. Leonard Lelahd, director of IESC operations in Panama and Costa Rica; Companies requesting IESC help must have,at least 51 per cent local ownership, a growth potential, and management that can profit from IESC assistance and, if possible, be willing to make a token contribution to the cost of the program. In Panama, firms are asked - to contribute $1,000 a year. Leland said, "The firm requesting assistance fills out an application which is used for recruiting the executive in New York. Biographical data on a volunteer is sent to the field Office from New York and the field office then decides whether this is the right man for the job." Rockefeller idea The foreign firm pays the executive's plane fare and a per diem in accord with the prevailing'cost of living in the country. The executive's tour averages about three months. The IESC is based on an idea put forward by David Rockefeller, of the Chase Manhattan Bank, at the International Management Congress in 1963. that Its first overseas project was launched in Panama in 1965. Among Panama's quota of 35 projects this year are the following: Traffic Court: Five persons, were fined Saturday in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court. Fined were Clifford H. '< Teel, 60, 410 Burgland Ave., $U for speeding, and Samatha L. Young, 54, near Galesburg, Mary L. Clark, 37, 1048 McClure St., and Caul C. Salmuel- son, 29, LaFaycttc, $10 oafch for speeding. ; Patricia R. Moslhicr, 18j 1518 N. Broad St., paid $5 few hav- iing no valid wheel tax sticker. Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY-Mss ."Frances M. Smith, Lake Brleken, and Tyrone Tinkhaim, Cameron. Steele Executive, Wife, Found ; Dead in Home —Willard H. Hauser, formerly chief engineer 0! WBZ-TV, Boston, examined the installations of Televisora Nacional, S.A., of Panama City, and made technical recommendations for the station's planned! „„„ mr . production of live color pro-' CORTLAND, Ohio (UPI) - gr &m I An elderly steel company -Dr. George I. DeBecze ,l cxecutivc and hls w ' fe wero former manager of research I[ ound sho l to death at their and distillery control fori" 0 ™ m northeastern; Ohio Schenley Distillers, Inc., helped j community Sunday. • Guillermo Tribaldos Jr. y Cia! Killed were C. Walter Holm- to double processing capabili-:°l uist . 78 - a "d his wife, Dorothy, ties of its fermentation station,! increase yield and reduce the consumption of steam, energy and water per unit of its product. He also showed the client how to produce its own neutral spirit (pure alcohol) instead of buying it. —Howard L. Dayton, owner of the Howard Dayton hotel chain, which operates in 12 States, helped prepare a master plan for a complete resort complex at Coronado Beach, about 50 miles west of Panama City. -Herbert W. Whitaker, former assistant to the president of the Concorde Yacht Division of the Brunswick Corp., showed Astilleros de Chiriqui, S.A., a small boat-building firm, how to construct the molds for 62- foot fiberglass shrimp boats. Three months later Astilleros turned out its first batch of 60 big boats. also in her 70s. Holmquist was former president of Copperweld Steel .Corp. and s-arved on its board of directors. The Trumbull County 'sheriff's department said tha! two were found in the basement recreation room and had;been hit by rounds fired from a shotgun at very close rangie. Holmquist had been shot once in the head and his wife had b"e.. -iot twice in the head and chest. Investigators said robbery was the apparent motive, and although the house had been ransacked, nothing was believed taken. The bodies were discovered about 10 a.m. Sunday by a neighbor. Deputies said; the shootings apparently occurred very early Sunday morning. READ THE WANT ADS! f

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