Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 14, 1975 · Page 10
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Freeport, Illinois
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Livestock JOLIET, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle 4,500; steers steady to 50 higher; heifers steady in limited trading; high choice and printe steers 55.00; choice and prime 53.50-54.50; choice 49.00-53.50; good and choice 45.00-50.00; choice heifers 48.25-49.50; no canner or cutter cows. Hogs 1,200; 50-1.00 lower; No 1-2 200230 Ib 57.00-57.50; No 1-3 200-250 Ib 56.2557.00; No 2-3 250-270 Ib 55.00-56.25. Tuesday estimated receipts: 100 cattle, 1,000 hogs. PEORIA, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle 3,500; steers and heifers steady; choice steers 47.50-53.00; good and choice 44.00-49.00; good 41.00-44.00; choice and prime heifeers 48.50-49.00, few 50.00; choice 43.00-48.50; good and choice 41.00-47.00; good 33.00-41.00. Hogs 4,600; 50-1.00 lower; No 1-2 200230 Ib 57.00-57.50, some 57.75; No 1-3 200-240 Ib 56.50-57.00; No 2-3 240-250 Ib 56.00-56.50, 250-270 Ib. 55.00-56.00, 270-290 Ib 53.50-55.00; No 3-4 290-325 Ib 52.0053.50. Grain Page 10 Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard, Monday, July 14, 1975 Stock Market Report NEW YORK (UPI) - Buyers encouraged by signs of economic improvements and sellers dismayed by rising interest rates left prices little changed in active trading today on the New York Stock Exchange. The Dow Jones industrial average, a 0.70-point loser last week, was ahead 0.23 to 871.32 shortly before noon EDT. Advances barely led declines, 659 to 517, among the 1,637 issues crossing the tape. Turnover during the first two hours amounted to about 8,400,000 shares, compared with 9,270,000 traded during the same period Friday. The NYSE high-speed transaction ticker ran four minutes late at times. The market was torn between the Gommerce Department report business inventories fell a record $2.97 billion in May- indicating a business recovery was set-and news two more major banks raised their prime rate to 714 per cent from the prevailing 7 per cent level. Westinghouse Electric reported its second quarter earnings rose to 47 cents a share from 37 cents a year ago. That was enough to propel the stock to second place on the active list, up % to 18-% on 171,500 shares. Pan American World Airways led the Big Board actives, off % to 4% on 260,400 shares, including a block of 251,800 shares at 4\4. Florida Power & Light was third, up % to 25 on 157,600. shares, including a block of 134,000 shares at 24%. Among the oils and related issues, Superior Oil surged 6^ to 237^ and Mountain Fuel Supply added 1 to 42^. Halliburton fell 2 to 183. Some analysts have downgraded oil service issues. Prices were higher in fairly active trading on the American Stock Exchange. McCulloch Oil led the AMEX actives, up 14 to 5% on 24,300 shares. Syntex followed, unchanged at 39i£ on 19,100 shares. Aegis was third, up 14 to 1% on 18,800 shares. 11 A.M. Quotes Courtesy of Edward D. Jones & Co. 11 N. Van Buren Ave. Telephone 233-3118 American Motors Corp 7U AT&T ZVZ..50 Chrysler Corp 1414 Colt Industries, Inc 30% Commonwealth Edison 28% Commonwealth PFD ...'. 18% Crum Forster bid 24% asked 24y 8 Exxon Corp Ford Motor Co General Electric Co 50 General Foods Corp 2614 General Motors 51% Goodyear 193^ Gould Inc -..27% Holiday Inns -.14% Honeywell Inc 3714 Household Finance Corp 17 IBM.. 206 International Harvester 27% 3MCo ,[_62 Newell Companies 7% asked 7% Northwestern Steel&Wire.... 41 RCA : 20% Sears 6914 Sundstrand Corp 24% Texaco, Inc 27% U.S. Steel Corp 61 Westinghouse Electric Corp 18% Woolworth Daily Record Deaths And Funerals « 'i a ,Principle of American Justice that assets O f * fi n anrt ,«. , mn i ftvol1 ht VfD Mrs. Emil H BfOWn Orangeville. The Rev. Janfes Sv in Individual Is alwavs m-rsnmiri Innnnonf ass eiS 01 ?OU and is ^mplOyed by Free- ••"•"• »-" •" n- "I UVVl I nnstnr nf rVHarvillp Rvnm Produce CHICAGO (UPI) - Wheat and soybeans were substantially higher and corn mixed at noon today on the Board of Trade. Wheat Jly 3.67 up 51/4 Sep 3.74 up 6^ Dec 3.851,6 up 6% Coorn Jly 2,87 off 2 Sep 2,74% up 3/ 4 Dec 2.66% up 2^ Soybeans Jly 5.84 up 8% Aug 5.72% up 7% Sep 5.71% up 814 Chicago-Area Bank Closed; Reorganized CHICAGO (UPI) - The State Bank of Clearing, closed last week by the Illinois commissioner of banks and trust companies, will reopen today with a new name and a -new charter. Officials said it was the first such closing in Illinois in 10 years. The commissioner, Richard ,K. Lignoul, said the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. insured deposits of $40,000 or less and that a purchase and assumption agreement protected depositors with more than $40,000 in the bank. Lignoul told Cook. County Circuit Court Judge Samuel B. Epstein that effective today, a new state bank, to be chartered as the Clearing Bank, would assume the deposit liabilities of the insolvent bank. The state conducted a six-week examination of the State Bank of Clearing which showed it could not continue as a solvent institution. In response to a request for bidders, a group headed by Martin Ozinga, currently president of the First National Bank of Evergreen Park, agreed to assume the deposit liabilities. Ozinga will be the chief executive officer and president of the new bank. Lignoul said the takeover avoids having to pay off the State Bank of Clearing's 18,000 depositors. Ozinga's group is paying $3 million to purchase the bank and the FDIC is lending a five-year $1.5 million note at 8.81 per cent annual interest to enable the Clearing Bank immediately to meet its capital requirements. The bank is located on Chicago's far Southwest Side. CHICAGO (UPI) - Midwest gradable, nest-run eggs: Steady; prices unch; large 43; medium 34; small 26; breaking 37; checks 31. Weather NORTHWESTERN ILLINOIS Fair and warmer tonight. Low tonight in the mid 60s. Tuesday partly cloudy and warmer, high in the upper 80s. Official 7 a.m. Freeport weather readings are taken at the city's wastewater treatment plant on South Hancock Avenue (or the National Weather Service.) TEMPERATURE Unofficial noon temperature 71 Past 24 hours: high 71, low 50 Year ago today: high 89, low 76 Records for date: high 112, law 44 PRECIPITATION Past 24 hours 0 inches Month to date 1.06 inches Normal for July 5.34 inches Year to date 17.20 inches Normal to Aug. 1, 24.05 inches Sunrise, 5:32 a.m. Sunset, 8:32 p.m. Extended Forecast: Illinois: Partly cloudy Wednesday through Friday with chance of showers or thunderstorms north Thursday and Friday. Lows 60s, highs mid and upper 80s Wednesday; becoming quite warm with lows 65-75, highs 85-92 Thursday and Friday. Rosenberg Sons Sue To Prove Parents' Innocence WASHINGTON (UPI) - The sons of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg are going to court in their quest to get documents they are certain will prove the innocence of their parents, who were executed as atomic spies 22 years ago. Lawyer Marshall Perlin, who said efforts to get the records through Justice Department channels have failed, said • he would file suit today under terms of the Freedom of Information Act. Perlin accused Attorney General Edward Levi of "fraud" for letting the news media believe the Rosenberg sons were granted access to files in the case. CORRECTION William E. Johnson, who pleaded guilty to unemployment fraud last week, does not live at the 212 E. Winslow St. address given in Circuit Court records, according to a resident of that address. Quick, Low Coast GUARANTEED EXHAUST REPAIRS (Any Car Or Truck) Call Th« Experts 233-4889 ISCOTTii ,MUFHfR A Diviiion Of RICH ZIMMERMAN iO3^ W Gulcnn .. 2J3-4889 DAIRY DREEM SOUTH 1428 S. Galena Ave. Raspberry • WEST • 1264 W. Galena Ave. Cherry It Is a principle of American Justice that an Individual Is always presumed Innocent until proved guilty and a report that anyone Is charged with an offense cannot be construed as proof that he committed the offense. We rely upon official records for the Information published In this column. Accidents Cars driven by Gregory A. Sager, Freeport Route 5, and Krystine G. Batla, Freeport Route 3, collided head- on Sunday afternoon on the Van Buren Avenue Bridge north of West Summit Street. No. injuries were reported. While Steven Epping's car was parked in front of his home at 48 Pleasant Lane Saturday night and Sunday morning, it was hit by an unidentified -vehicle. John R. Doak, 1400 1/2 S. Benson Blvd., turned his car into the Brewster Avenue entrance of the Lincoln Mall Saturday afternoon and into the path of an oncoming car driven by Allen March, 37 S. Sherman Ave. The March auto skidded to avoid hitting the Doak car, but the collision could not be avoided. An Amboy, Wis. woman, Mary E. Vivian, drove her car from a stop sign at Baileyville Road and East South Street Saturday afternoon and hit the side of a passing car driven by Robert T. Peir- ine, 1401 Bolkinwood Drive. When Junior J. Lawton, Polo, slowed his car on Illinois 26 to turn onto Woodside Drive Saturday afternoon, the car was hit from behind by an auto driven •by Richard L. Bowser, Polo. Marilyn D. Vandermoon, 1550 S. Locust Ave., backed her car from a parking spot at Lee's Market Saturday morning and hit an auto driven by Leulla M. Beardsley, 718 S. Beaver Ave. A car driven by Robert L. Mac Kenzie, Cedarville, was hit from behind by an auto driven by Boyd J. Long, 628 E. Crocker St., at S. Adams Ave. and'E. Main St. Friday night. Ralph H. Stabenow, Lena, drove his car from a stop sign at Main and Center streets in Lena late Friday morning and hit a passing truck driven by Bob Hendry, rural Winslow. Richard W. Schreck, 1519 S. Carroll Ave., was slightly injured Sunday afternoon when his motorcycle went off Pearl City Road south of Van Brocklin Road. Jan E. Uecker, Lena, drove her car from a stop sign at Illinois 73 and W. Warren Road Saturday night and it hit a pickup truck driven by Steven R. Bartelt, rural Winslow. Vandalism Someone broke off a side-view mirror from a parked car owned by Ray Truckenmiller, 12 1/2 E. Main St., in the city parking lot at E. Spring St. and S. State Ave. Friday night or early Saturday. Two city parking signs were broken from their poles in front of the Eagles Club, 301 S. Van Buren Ave., Friday night or early Saturday. Arrests Clarence J. Last, Ridott, was arrested early today on a charge of possession of 30-500 grams of marijuana. Bruce Fargher, 1256 S. Oak Ave., and Larry Fargher, 205 N. Fairview Ave., were arrested early Sunday. Bruce was charged with driving after his license was suspended, a muffler violation and violation of probation. Larry Fargher was charged with viola-, tion of probation for being out after designated hours. Dennis Roderick, 441 S. Chicago Ave., was arrested for violation of probation early Saturday after he was charged with curfew violation. Circuit Court CRIMINAL CASES Randy Richart, Pearl City, paid $25 on a charge of possession of beer in a park. John W. McFalls, 502 W. Evelyn St., paid $6 on a charge of littering. Frank L. Whalen, Freeport Route 4, paid $15 on a charge of noise violation. Bankruptcies Merle R. and Lorraine L. Bardell, Elizabeth, filed separate bankruptcy petitions in Federal Court here. He alleged liabilities of $30,888.71 and assets of $7,147.07 and is a farmer. She alleged liabilities of $30,888.71 and assets of $6,569.11 and is a housewife. Randall L. and Nancy A. Nesemeier, 912 S. Blackhawk Ave., filed separate petitions. He alleged liabilities of $6,328.59 and assets of $585 and is employed by Carman Construction, Co. She alleged liabilities of $6,328.59 and assets of $60 and is ^mployed by Free port Manor Nursing Home. Harold H. and Marilyn Knoernschild, Rockford, filed separate petitions each alleging liabilities of $7,206 and assets of $1,750. He is unemployed and she is employed by Prange's at CherryVale. Kenneth L. Butler, Rockford, fUed a petition alleging liabilities of $5,692.41 and no as-' sets. He is employed by Greenlee Brothers Ruby Butler, Rockford, filed a petititon alleging liabilities of $5,692.41.and no assets She is employed by Rockford Bolt and Steel. Traffic Cases The following cases in the traffic division of Circuit Court include fines and costs: STATE POLICE CASES Patricia D. Croft, Belvidere, speeding, $23 paid; Clayborn Sailer, Rockford, parking on roadway, $6 paid; Roger D. Nims, Port Byron, pushing a vehicle illegally, $15 paid; Duanne A. Schumacher, Winslow, violation of registration, $15 paid; Leighton J. Bennett Jr., Glen Ellyn, no lights, $15 paid; Cheryl J. Folgate, 1648 S. Locust Ave., speeding, $15 paid. Arthur A. Heinze, Rock Falls, speeding, $23 paid; James L. Johnson, Mount Carroll no valid safety test, $15 paid; Williamae Versetto, Chicago, speeding, $20 paid; Valerie H. Tucker, St. Charles, speeding, $25 forfeited; Jacquelin M. Dillon, Waukegan, speeding, $25 forfeited; John P. Bride, Utica, Mich., passing in a no-passing zone, $15 paid. Carl W. Dach, Rockford, speeding, $25 forfeited; Jerry D. Shipman, Marietta, S.C no taillights, $15 paid; Ralph Tsch'abold, Dakota, stop sign violation, $15 paid. COUNTY CASES William Hill Jr., Red Oak, no drivers license, $25 forfeited; Benjamin J. Leahy, Gratiot; Wis., speeding, $25 paid; Gregory L. Gill, 201% W. Broadway, stop sign violation,'$15 paid; Mark E. Piper, Dakota speeding, $25 paid; Richard G. Dietz, Lanark, violation of classification, $15 paid; Terry F. Kerlin, 307 W. Galena Ave., speeding, $20 paid. LeRoy L. Prinkey, 888% W. Galena Ave., expired drivers license, $25 paid; Lona M Fritzenmeier, 904% E. Shawnee St., improper lane usage, $15 paid, failure to wear glasses, $15 paid; James S. Bond, Orangeville, 'violation of classification, $15 paid; Ricky L. Baber, Stockton, stop sign violation, $15 paid; Ronald A. Zettle, Monroe, Wis., no valid safety test, $15 paid; Dalon K. Tielkemeier,-Davis, stop sign violation, $15 paid. Edward A. Walz, 1372 Empire Court, stop sign violation, $15 paid; Michael A. Boomgarden, German Valley, stop sign violation, $15 paid; Linden J. Feller, 1732 S. West Ave., driving off the roadway, $15 paid; Dennis M. Miller, Davis, stop sign violation, $15 paid; George C. Brock, 525 S. Benton Ave., noise violation, $6 paid; Richard C. Lehman, Lena, driving too fast for condition's, $15 paid; John F. Roth, Freeport Route 4, improper lane usage, $15 paid; Raphael E. Miles, Chicago, allowing an unauthorized person to drive, $25 paid. FREEPORT PARK DISTRICT CASES Nancy C. Phelps, 428 S. West Ave., speeding, $15 paid; Melody A. Kruse, Orangeville, negligent driving, $15 paid; Murray A. Leerhoff, Leaf River, speeding, $15 paid; Ronald A. Stykel, German Valley, speeding, $15 paid; Mary K. Schultz, 2552 W. Stephenson St., speeding, $15 paid; Andrew Mantua, 1140 S. Adams Ave., speeding, $16 paid; Roy A. Sanders, 1208 LaCresta Drive,'speeding $15 paid. Derrick J. Tolley, 1747 W. Laurel St., speeding, $15 paid; Karl F, Stocker, 9% E. Washington St., disobeying a barricade, $15 paid; Douglas L. McWilliams, 617 W. Ordway St., disobeying a barricade, $15 paid; Vera J. Euell, 110 N. Sheridan Av'e., no drivers license, $25 paid; Allan I. Newman, 1649 Hilltop Place, speeding, $15 paid; Reginald V. Cross, 1106 E. Stephenson St., violation of classification, found not guilty, no glasses while on a motorcycle, found not guilty. CEDARVILLE CASES Jennifer J. Hoskinson, 2027 W. Laurel St., speeding, $18 paid. WINSLOW CASES Phyllis J. Marian, Orangeville, speeding, $15 paid; Yuso M. Chino, Chicago, speeding, $17 paid; Russell R. Weston, Lena, speeding, $15 paid; Terry L. Koehn, Winslow, speeding, $15 paid. Reports Conflicting On Injury Accident Two drivers told police two different stories following a two-car crash at S. Carroll Ave. and E. Iroquois St. Saturday afternoon. One of the drivers, Bertha M. Tri- plettj 633 E. Park- St., was hurt in the crash. She was taken to Freeport Memorial Hospital and was treated for a contusion on her left ankle and dismissed. '• She told police that a car, driven by George H. Masterson, Sheboygan Falls, Wis., proceeded west from a stop sign and hit her car. Masterson told police that the Triplett auto was driven from a stop sign into the path of his car. Business Briefs, Harold A. Gutzmer, Stockton, attended Lutheran Mutual' Life Insurance Co.'s central regional conference July 6-9 at Arrowwood Lodge at Alexandria, Minn. The conference, devoted to management and marketing techniques, was attended by 113 agency managers and district agents. Gutzmer, selected to participate in the conference on the basis of his 1974-75 sales effort, is an associate of the Robert W. Bush Agency of River Forest. J Orange Blossom Party . . . July 17th 8 p.m. until closing Includes: all the screwdrivers you can drink, Hors d' oeuvres, Dancing to the "ELECTRIC BOX." $3.00 per person Come Casual — Bring A Friend Regular Bar Open Dinner Menu Available Jack's Restaurant and Lounge Atop the State Bank Center. Mrs. Emil H. Brown Mrs. Emil H. (Margaret) Brown of Phoenix, Ariz., formerly of 606 S. Blackhawk Ave., died Friday evening in Phoenix after an extended illness. She was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church here. Born March 28, 1902, she was the daughter of William and Mary (Martin) White. She was married to Emil H. Brown on June 22, 1922, in Muscatine, Iowa. He died Jan. 6. Surviving are a son; Willard of Freeport; two daughters, Mrs. John (Inez) Baker and Mrs. Duane (Peggy) Tegeler, both of Phoenix; a brother, Charles of Muscatine; a sister, Mrs. Leo (Marie) Steele of Huntington Park, Calif.; 11 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. She was also preceded in death by a daughter, four brothers and a sister. Funeral services will be at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday in Schwarz Funeral Home and at 10 a.m. in St. Joseph Church. The Rev. Albert Rennell, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in St. Joseph Cemetery. Friends may call from 4 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home where the Rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. Michael P. Stocks LENA-Michael P. Stocks, 1-month- old son of David and Janet (Deets) Stocks of Lena, died Saturday in St. Mary's Hospital, Madison, Wis., where he had been a patient about three weeks. He was born June 9 in Freeport. Surviving besides his parents are his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Deets of Milledgeville and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Stocks of Freeport. Private graveside service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday in Chapel Hill Cemetery, Freeport. The Rev. Charles Allen, pastor of Bethany United Church of Christ, Freeport, will officiate. There will be no visitation. Burke- Tubbs Funeral Home of Freeport was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. John Ritenour SAVANNA-Mrs. John (Patricia) Ritenour of Savanna died Sunday in Mercy Hospital, Clinton, Iowa, after an extended illness. She was a member of St. John's Catholic Church here and Catholic Daughters of America. Born Dec. 21, 1926, in Savanna, she was the daughter of William and Joanna (Smith) Doherty. She was married to John Ritenour on June 8, 1947, in Savanna. Surviving are her husband; two daughters, Mrs. Larry (Paula) Schnorr of Silvis and Mona, at home; her parents of Savanna; and two brothers, Gervase of Perry, Iowa, and William of Bettendorf, Iowa. Funeral service will be at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday in St. John's Catholic Church. The Rev. Henry Weckerle, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in Savanna Township Cemetery. Friends may call.from 7 to 9 p.m. today at Law-Jones Funeral Home, here where the Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. A memorial fund has been established for the Cancer Society. Harry P. Paul Sr. STILLMAN VALLEY-Harry P. Paul Sr. of Stillman Valley Route 1, died Saturday morning in his home after an extended illness. Born Oct. 10, 1908, in Lena, he was the son of Peter and Margaret (Nichols) Paul. He married Arvilla LaBar on May 9,1933, in Freeport. She died in 1961. Surviving are 11 sons, Harry Jr. of Forreston, Richard of Evansville, Wis., Robert of Okinawa, Japan, Jim, William, Wesley, Thomas and Charles, all of Janesville, David of Byron, and Ricky and Randy, both of Richland Center, Wis. Also, three daughters, Mrs. Stephen (Shirley) Molnar and Mrs. Clinton (JoAnn) Himes, both of Byron, and Mrs, Randy (Patricia) Davis of Lancaster, Wis.; three sisters, Mrs. Ernest (Mary) Walters of Stockton, Mrs. Christine Mellen of Freeport and Mrs. Evelyn Woodley of Rock City; 28 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. He was also preceded in death by a sister, two brothers and two grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in Cramer Funeral Home, Orangeville. The Rev. Janfes Swindle, intern pastor of Cedarville Evangelical Congregational Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Orangeville Cemetery. Friends may call after 3 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. A memorial fund has been established. George H. Heather OREGON-George H. Heather of Oregon Route 1\ a molder at Paragon Foundry for 21 years until his retirement, died Sunday evening in Oregon Care Center after a brief illness. Born Feb. 16, 1891, in Vandalia, he was the son of Jasper and Sarah (Swassord) Heather. He married Pearl Paul on Nov. 30, 1926, in Rockford. Surviving are his widow; four; daughters, Mrs. Virginia Grove of Wilsonville, Mrs. Harley (Maxine) Helle of Kahului Maui, Hawaii, Mrs. Everett (Sylvia) Early and Mrs. Gerald (Wanda) Merrill, both of Oregon. Also, three sisters, Mrs. Maggie Daniels of Coffeen, Mrs. Viola Shipman of Hillsboro and Mrs. Erma West of West Terre Haute, Ind.; 24 grandchildren; 27 great-grandchildren; a step-great-grandchild; and a step- great-great-grandchild. He was preceded in death by three brothers, three sisters, three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 2 p.m.. Wednesday in Farrell Funeral Home. The Rev: Gordon Landry, pastor of Oregon Church of God, will officiate. Burial will be in Daysville Cemetery. There will be no visitation. Mrs. Arthur Tipton STOCKTON-Mrs. Arthur (Louisa) . Tipton of Stockton died Friday evening in Freeport Memorial Hospital after an' apparent heart attack. Born July 22,1897, in Carroll County, she was the daughter of Jacob and Marie (Krohmer) Streicher. She was married to Arthur Tipton Dec. 27; 1917, in Galena. Surviving are her husband; two daughters, Mrs. Clarence (Florence) Wickler of Lena and Mrs. Clara Endress of Stockton; three sons, Carson, Harry and Earl, all of Stockton; two brothers, John of Mount Carroll and Albert of Rockford; two sisters, Mrs. Ted (Clara) Miller of Mount Carroll and Mrs. Tillie Justus of Stockton; eight grandchildren; and 12 great- grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a son, two brothers and three sisters. Funeral service wfll be at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Hermann Funeral Home here. The Rev. Richard Burrack, pastor of Christ Lutheran Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Ladies Union Cemetery. Friends may call today at the funeral home. (More obituaries on page 17.) FUNERAL DIRECTORY BURKE-TUBBS FUNERAL HOME Cor. N. Walnut and W. Galena Phone 232-0613 TUESDAY STOCKS, Michael P., (infant son of Mr. and Mrs. David Stocks); 10:30 a.m. Graveside Service at Chapel Hill Cemetery. No visitation. SCHWARZ FUNERAL HOME 816 South Galena Avenue Phone 232-9017 G. t. Schwarz, W. R. Cramer TUESDAY BROWN, Margaret, (Mrs. Emil H.); 9:30 a.m. at the Funeral Home; 10 a.m. at St. Joseph Catholic Church. Rosary, 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Funeral Home. Friends may call from 4 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday. WALKER MORTUARY 321 West Main Street i\ Phone 232-2136 SOCIAL ACTIVITIES St. Joseph School Hall EVERY TUES NIGHT Open To The Public ST. JOSEPH SCHOOL HALL T. JOSEPH SCHOOL HALL Corner S. Galena and W. Pleasant 7:30 P.M. ST. JOSEPH SCHOOL HALL

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