Herald and Review from Decatur, Illinois on June 3, 1958 · Page 15
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Decatnr, Illinois, Tuesday, Jane 3, 1958. DECATUR HERALD 15 Strife!, Burial Service Today Chicago, June 2 (AP) Hundred of church and lay cngnusnes came to Uhicago from far and wide today to attend final rites for Samuel Cardinal Stritch Tuctday. The representstive of Pope Pius All, toe Most Kev. Amlero Giovanni Gcognani,. apostolic delegate to the United States, will celebrate - the - solemn Pontifical requiem Mass in Holy Name Cathedral. The three living U. S. Cardi rials will sit enthroned beside the altar during the service. They are Edward Cardinal Moonev of De troit, Francis Cardinal Spellman of New York, and James Francis Cardinal Mclntyre of Los Ange les. - President Eisenhower sent Sec- letary of Labor James P. Mitchell as his . personal representative. Representatives of leaders' of . i dozen other nations were expect ed to attend; Cardinal Stritch died in Rome two weeks ago, on May 20. He had left Chicago only six weeks earlier, endine 18 vears as the Car dinal archbishop of Chicago and spiritual shepherd of two million Midwest Catholics. He went to Rome as the Pope's appointee to take over administra tion of the world wide missionary activities of the church as pro-prefect of the Sacred Congregation for the Propagation of the Faith. Rites will begin Tuesday at 10 . a.m. with a procession of between 1,000 and 1,500 prelates and clergymen from rectories and tem porary vestries in schoolrooms to the cathedral. ' The cathedral services, starting at 10:30 ft.ni., ire expected to last nearly two hours. The funeral sermon will be given by Bishop William Cousins of Peoria.- The absolution prayers will be offered by Cardinal Mooney, Apostolic Delegate Gcognani, Bishop Albert R. Zuroweste of Belleville, Bishop Martin D. McNamara of Joliet, and Bishop William A. O'Conor of Springfield. , , After a simple ceremony of ritual prayers, Cardinal Stritch's bodv will be entombed in a crypt of the Bishops' Chapel in Mount Carmel Cemetery near Hillside west of Chicago.' ' " - " TAYL0RVILLE PLANT PLANS NEW BUILDINGS Taylorvillei June 2 (Special) Two new buildings, each 50 by 15 6 feet, will be added to the Tay-lorville plant of Honegger's & Co. Inc. ; The announcement was made, at a meeting here today, by E. F. Dickey, executive vice president and general manager of the company. . Both buildings will be used as warehouses. iThe plant makes livestock and poultry equipment, metal grain bins and bulk feed storage tanks. "More than 600 persons. attended the meeting of sales personnel and executives. ' 50 FREE CHICKS With each 100 AAA White Leghorns you get 50 FREE Chicks of same breed, sex and trade. ' Standard Hatchery Feed A Seed 919 E. Wood Fhone 3-S623 Wrr Charleston's Top Students Named Judith, Jerints (left) has been " ton High School. Commence- naraed valedictorian and Karen ment exercises will be held at Sue Richardson salutatorian of 8 p.m. (CDT) Wednesday" in their graduating class at Charles- the high school gymnasiunt. Change Over Now COMBINATION SCREEN-STORM WINDOWS $1095 As Low As FKEB ESTIMATES -HO MONET DOWK ' Day r lTnln( AppalnUwnt Yoangstown Alum. 2218 E. Logan Ph. 3-3821 CARRY-OUT MOTOR OIL SPECIALS X-100 Reg. $12.08 Case of A FA 24 QK ?Ow(J SILVER SHELL Ret;. 12.40 Val. 2 Gal $1.49 Can Included LEIHSER'S SERVICE STATION On yoor wy to tht New Pairvlew Plua Snopplng. Center. 897 W. Grand Ave Ph. 3-9149 SIIELLJ RAILROAD HONORS ; Two From Decatur 50-Year Veterans with IC Two Decatur men will be hon ored in Memphis, Tenn.,. Thurs day for completing 50 years service with the Illinois Central Rail road. ' They are Thomas J. McLaugh lin, a conductor of 1340 N. Summit Ave. and Ernest B. Ricks, a locomotive engineer of 1313 E. Logan St. McLaughlin and Ricks are two of the 70 employes of the railroad who will be honored at the cold pass recognition luncheon in Ho tel Pea body, Memphis. At the luncheon each 50-year employe will receive an award in the form of a gold pass good for lifetime transportation anywhere on the Illinois Central Railroad. . " Free On Bond Larry L. McGlade, 23,-of 256 Longview PI., pleaded innocent yesterday toa threats charge- He was released from .county jail on $500 bond pending trial June 1 1 before Justice of the Peace Ernest Booker. 40-Year Alien Faces Ouster Davenport, Iowa, June 2 (AP) U. S. - immigration , .' officials have - begun action to . deport to Red China a nearly blind 72-year- old Davenport Chinese nearly 40 years after he entered this country as a stowaway. - Harry Lee, a retired cook who is nearly blind from cataracts, said through his I attorney he has filed alien reports for more than 10 years. . "After all these vears I don't know why they want me to leave," he said. "I haven't done anything wrong." ' . Lee has been given 30 davs to produce sworn affidavits that, he has not left this country at anv time since 1924. He said this will be difficult -because he has lived in various places and most of his old friends are dead. . Lee entered New York City as a stowaway from his native Kwangtung Province in China July 2, 1918, and registered with the Chinese Consulate in New York llll 2 LOAD DRY ) IOAD ( t v y-L .1 V7 OMN 2 HOURS City April 17, .1942, his attorney said. ; ' ' ' ' " ;The attorney, Harry Ferguson of Rock Island, LI., . said ' Lee lived in various cities in the East until 1944, when he came to this area as a cook and restaurant operator. He -receives $90 a month social security. Ferguson said an immigration official in Omaha, Neb., where Lee will get a . hearing in July, told him Lee's files were checked during "a slow period." ' ; ; Vandalia Man Sentenced .Vandalia, June 2 (Special) Delmar Alsbury, 35, of Vandalia, today was sentenced to a year at the Illinois state penal farm here on a bad check charge. ; Alsbury's request for probation was denied by v County , Judge George R. Kellv. . EIGHT STUDENTS WIN AWARDS AT LINCOLN Lincoln, June 2 (Special) : Seven girls, and a boy - won scholastic honors for being in the tori five per cent of the 1958 graduating class of Lincoln High School. , " Comnjehcement exercises were held tonight in the gymnasium. Honor students are" Sharon Huffaker, Helen Rodemer, Shar: on Ulferts, Marilyn Yeates, Tom Loobey, Karen Newman,, Margaret Moore and Linda Matthews. Mattoon House Fire Mattoon, June 2 (Special) Fire did an estimated $1200 damage , to the house of L. H. Clifton here early Sunday. : Cause of the fire is believed to be faulty wiring. The house is located at 61 Dewitt Ave.. 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