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Decatur, Illinois
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Sunday, December 24, 1967
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Decatur, Illinois, Snnilav, December 21, 17 DECATUR SUNDAY HERALD AND REVIEW ii FIXLY COOKED 16-18 LB. AVG. HAMS Whole or Shank Half Lb. HCAPTIN JOHN" Standard Size ICAL NAVEL ORANGES l FANCY FRUIT BASKETS Obituaries Irwin Allspach Dies SCPER RIGHT COUNTRY TREAT DrDU CAIICA1C Whole O Lb $129 I Wll JMVJHWk Hoc S. Roll I FRESH OYSTERS 12-oz. Tin Etc I 99' SPECIAL STORE HOURS SUNDAY DEC. 24 ALL STORES OPEN 9-6 Irwin J. Allspach, 83, of 1284 ,W. Wood St. died at 2:10 a.m. Saturday in St. Mary's Hospital. Mr. Allspach was a retired farmer, moving to Decatur from rural Macon 25 years ago. He was a member of the First Methodist Church and the Macon County Farm Bureau. He was born May 28, 1884, a son of Albert and Ellen Hoy Allspach, in Mount Pulaski, and he' married Willa M. Lanham in Decatur on Dec. 31, 1907. She survives. Other survivors are sons, H. Dale and Lloyd E., both of Macon; daughter, Mrs. Dale (Iris) Shaw, Macon; brother, Elmer, Mount Pulaski; five grandchildren and eight greatgrandchildren. Two brothers preceded him in death. Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday in the Dawson & Wikoff Funeral Home, with burial in Macon Cemetery, Macon. Friends may call from 3 to 8 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. The family suggests memorials to the Memorial Chapel Fund of the First Methodist Church. Mrs. M. Cross v--- J . J a daughter, Mrs. Jack (Betty) Keown of Bethesda, Md.: two brothers. Dr. Lester A. Nowlin ot Phoenix, Ariz., and Dr. Ir-vin J. Nowlin of Dallas, Tex.; two sisters, Mrs. Harry (Beau-lahi O'Heron of Quincy and Mrs. Lucille Renner of Decatur, and two grandchildren. Arthur Erdman Funeral services for Arthur A. Erdman will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday in the J. J. Moran & Sons Funeral Home, with burial in ,.,u tr- , o m , 'officially called Citizens wt --lt uuill O IVJ J IS. HI. iUUU- ' rt . I J- ivtaan aiivi juuii. iji.i-i ikh mi.t Reagan Raids Rockefeller's Oregon Support (c) 1967 New York Times Salem, Ore While Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller of New York refuses to enter Presidential primaries next year, supporters of Gov Ronald Reagan of California are raiding the Rocekfeller 1964 Oregon stronghold. A "Draft Reagan'' movement. for For the Record Fire Calls Knday 3.01 A m. 139 Phillip. owrnT, Thorn Piop; o?rhatd dryer; $J5 damage U contents 4 34 ain.-N4W ard off N. 2ah: (iMtr ol boxcar on fur. lum undetermined; undetermined 7:3$ a m 535 E. Cantrell: owner. William F". Oliver; over h a; furnace- motor, out on ai rival ; $?5 damage to in!!injf 1010 a m. 134 . M.jruati. Nejs'er I-amu atm it-s, no fire, sprinkler alarm a. orientally artn.iird I 20 p.m. -1036 K. (irand. F. W Mean Co, no tire, sptinkkr alaim accidi-ntally .iti'd Decatur Birtht DALMARKS. Mr. and Mn. Peter. 26 2?, St. Mary' POTATOES 7 Large Your Choice Russet or Red 24 F, 99c 5'" Small 4' 20 99c SUPER RIGHT Boneless Beef Chuck Roast LB. La KvfVl i . Z i PACKET EGG NOG COOL 'N LITE BETTY CROCKER LAYER CAKE MIXES f Buv 3 Getl I 1 Free J i uai. ne 2 Ctn. U 4 Kor 59c 3 For Mrs. Minerva Armilda Cross, 73, of 332 W. William St. died at 10:01 p.m. Friday in Decatur & Macon County Hospital. She had lived most of her life in Decatur and was a member of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ. Mrs. Cross was born June 6, Irwin J. Allspach . i 1894, a daughter of John Wesley I and Armilda Ellison Lanham, in Springfield. She married Clar ence G. Cross on May 24, 1917, in St. Louis, Mo. He died April 1, 1956. Survivors include a stepson, Ralph Cross,- Wisconsin Dells, Wis.; sisters, Mrs. Elzira Smith, Forsyth and Mrs. Lydia Morris, Fair Grove, Mo., and brothers, John and William, both of Phoenix, Ariz. Funeral services will be at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday in the Dawson & Wikoff Funeral Home, with burial in Macon County Park Cemetery. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. Carroll Nowlin Funeral services for Carroll W. Nowlin, 67, of 2073 N. Graceland Ave. will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday in Brintlinger's Funeral Home, where friends may call after 4 p.m. Monday. Burial will be in Fairlawn Cemetery. Mr. Nowlin died at 4:45 a.m. Saturday in the home of his mother, Mrs. Pearl Nowlin of 1172 N. Warren St. Born Sept. 6, 1900 in Maroa, he was a son of Silas and Pearl Rau Nowlin. He was a retired employe of Decatur Township and a member oi the Decatur Moose Lodge. On March 22, 1927 he married Theresa Estes in Peoria. Survivors include his mother; J e uay ai me lunerai nome. i All D A:I- ! AAlldl a. VVIIbUII cessful Oregon primary of three Alien d. ADe wuson, a, oi 729 S. Jasper St. died at 1:30 ji.ui. oaLuiuajr ui ma lioilic. , " ", COMP. Mr and Mr,. Danu l I. . 394? Mr. Wilson was born Sept 18.;ed last week when Robert v "'" " " IRSJl in n&nnvx W, o enn ' HaZen, a Portland Saving Hnd VERRITT. Mr. rd Mr Jam,, E.. 18H, in usKaioosa, xowa, a son , . , t, ?w x. woudfoni, jr:n, im. n. i.mc of John and Anna Martin Wil-:loa" ffic al wh. wasf M"Un,- enn Ho had livo in TWati.r , man County chairman for Rock- Central Illinois Deaths tho'nt vrc , efeller, accepted the state chair ,t .. . , . - I manship for the Reagan drive. urdav. msies H,Pitai He was a retired electrician r . - p who served as custodian for Decatur Baseball, Inc., at Fans Field for over 35 years. In 1960 he was honored as the "man who spent more hours at Fans Field than any other man alive." He was a member of Cleveland Avenue Methodist Church. He married Alice C. White; ii1ushtTi Mr John '(,n) Hrpnrr. HoiiK unod: Mm. ( imlrr (Nam I'rlri and Mm. K'ini-r Lrrinr Hruun. t, h ol llnnih'Ml: Mrv KvrMi M)jiy 1 u. ly. Kort Mwi, Ha ; Mm, V.ioa Oln. l.M.nlo I'afk. Calif. ; Mm K.nny Mar-" I'" Han f . ind .; Mm ;x,n j 'hum ouhk. SuJjan; mtvkp, 2 jj m I'f ui--Uv. Mi.Mulhn Kunnal Hoim. S it . Iiwin; hunal IckI.' ;ioe tm-t,-ry, Mjium.m; call alur II a.m. TJrulay. KNOWN. Mm P.tlte Mav. 92. An. ,la. dil 6 m. .Sril'jrdMV, hrhrl NuiMnic Home. Artola; l4-a-.i-s lu;litT Aluvta I'.ilr.dti-. XK.la; hall.ntrr Mr Krllr C iinninrliam. TuNa. okia : wnu I iPH!. Tuffcil.i. Sfitadt-r (-tmal ll-.mr. jAtcoIa; bunal Humooldt ( -nif lrr ; rail j 1 to fl 30 p m. MorvJav. 1 HI NVAHI). Mi r li.rlll . U. ruinl , Towi r Hill. d.Hl 30 p m. siuid..v in h.-nic nl l.lod Smith. Hrrnrk: l-a suns tMil. limir IIjIi: lia'. nioi,.!, v.. mi. micciin ic u'Aiinft mnn fif Mirt.il.. lunu.-. i i.. o " " ' J st: fctM.-m Mm Karh lhlm. u...ih stature from Rockeffeller's sue-. . "lwlN- Vr " Mr ''M'n. Jmi , Mr. .v-iiw iwr,n. !,:; broths.' cW i.r. ,., lm. ,.. H. ur-n and Altx rl Morkman. l.!(i o (Uk'l.rV Ur arul Ur. 0..., iMl'klor.: Hllhurlt fi:kmn U..l..m years agO tO run Reagan'? pii-' 4766 Tnt-n. boy rvi-. II. St. M.,ry' Vrwn ll am Wln.Klay. lyK-kart L mary campaign in this state !MS--- - Im. "i It first coup was accomplish-1 .., . s. ' 1.. 9 P m iu.a. , , .1 n . COMP. Mr and Mrs. Danu-I I... 397 t-.wtv ,. ... . ed last week when Robert H. : x. gmms. . !. n. imc V N-.J"r " ru,i1'.. .-xiiuiujy ill I'lH' KIH'M : H' ! rl :! Klvalteth. Vandal. a; dai?ht-rs Mrs. June M'thr , Pinrknr.mil; Mr H Wn .iM. Navh : Mrs InuiC'-n' WiCiarr.s, Huts: Vis I'rcua Rndlcman and V?. Hair:! !i M..th. Utth 'it Mariinswllr; 11 ir I --,(jrt H- hn-, limmtur. ; --on J-.hn. Vand.ilia; brother ( t.ji-ncf. p:n k-m-vvjlle; si-ters Mi. K'i Wiitf.n. Km k Island; Mrs KIsm Mii'hn. I)u g:i(.in; Tiff 130 p m. Sur!a. Cd um Pr-, bueiian Church, war Pin km-y ilk-; hur- :a t-ii jr h f.-fini-(fi ; -..M an unif , I Paii r um ral H-.rn-. Pinrkrwyx ill. UW'KK, Mis. T:iu, 0. Ch aco. fT-meriy .f Areola, died ? 30 p m. hatur- tii in honie of daughter Mrs. Kied j S-rlir.an. 'hica!n: ltaev M,n Wil:am I Ir.(!:af,aj..h: Jhn. Detroit. Mich; ; d.-.uhieis, Mm. Maizaret fnnlin. Anrrur; ( M- Kina Math t'y. I-tjOit M:rh : Mr. S;ee!man : serv ires ? p in. Ttiif-d.iV. BSH M. Mr. K1U. 8?, !m vm.J. formerly ol Mat toon, died 1-3C am. Sat- Harey ; leaves Mayor Cites Problem Of Hard-Core Jobless Washington (AP) "We have to tackle the Drob- the National Avisory Commis- on June 15, 1910, in Oskaloosa, j em 0f the hardcored unemploy-! sion on Civil Disorders, appoint Iowa. They celebrated t h e i r ed " said Los Angeles Mavor by President Johnson to OUU1 weuuiiig diiiiivcisaijr ui v,arn w. YOrtV. "I think 1960. She survives. ,0f their problems would He leaves two daughters, j solved if the unemployed Mrs. Ernest (Ethyl) Matherly ; jobs." and Mrs. Roy (Lucille) Tom-j baugh, both of Decatur; one; c i-.iU-son, Herbert O. of Decatur; I U. O. Vweuiner three brothers, Thomas M. of Hign Low pr Decatur, Herbert E. and Harry Aban coud 33 2? A., ootn ot maianapons, ina.,'Alb doud 41 three grandchildren and twOiAt,or,t, great-grandchildren. Nine broth' YortV Wa.S tPStifvinB hofnre !"r''r .funrral Home. Areola bunal . " . Areola I mi. !.-! ; c all Monday. all 7 to 8 30 p m. Atlanta, clear ntr-.tnwr wneinnAfni Vi J m in ! ' ci a anu sisicia yievcucu mm m goise Cloudy death- : Boston, cloudy Funeral services will be at j Boston, cloudy 10 a.m. Wednesday in Dawson j Buffalo, clear & Wikoff Funeral Home, where Chicago, cloudy friends may call after 4 p.m. - Cincinnati, clear Tuesday. Burial will be in j Cleveland, cloudy t airiawn cemetery, HARDLY SCRATCHED Alamogordo, N.M. (AP) This item for sale appeared in the Holloman Air Force Base post bulletin: Stereo record player, used only on Sundays by a little old lady to listen to hymns. A&P TOMATO JUICE 27e GRADE A HEAVY DUTY REG. 59c WONDERFUL ALUMINUM FOIL SUNNYFIELD FLOUR V I IBBV'S TOMATO JUICE 1 5100 O For I 5 Ba: 35c 46 & 29' IS A&P COTTAGE CHEESE 2 45c Large or Small Curd JANE PARKER WHITE BREAD Xl'TLKY MARGARINE JANE PARKER POTATO CHIPS 4 99c 4 J WIN UP TO $1,000.00 PLAY . . . ft FINAL DAY TO PLAY! SHADY LANE MARISCHINO CHERRIES JAAP WHOLE OR STRAINED CRANBERRY SAUCE INSTANT COFFEE 3 10'i-oz. $100 Jars I 0 16 -ox. QQc ! i. Tins tl l-oi. OOe 77 Jar SHOP iht Store Thai Cares About YOU PRICES EFFECTIVE SIX DAY, DEC. 24 WE 12 MM ll For That Last Minute Gift Item! AREA THROW RUGS $900 tip!ijiif This Is a repeat of a 4 time sell out. Large size 24 x 45. 100 Rayon Chenille. Assorted designs. Skid proof backing. Washable. Fringe or plain edge. Home fashion color tones of Brown, Green, Blue, Red, Pink, White and Gold. Shop Linn & Scruggs - South Shores For all those last minute gift ideas! 34 36 32 32 32 29 25 25 23 60 35 23 -19 59 47 82 24 24 41 79 37 72 22 27 48 34 59 44 41 66 24 30 58 49 32 34 Salt Lk. City, cldy 29 Denver, clear Des Moines, clear Detroit, snow Fairbanks, clear Fort Worth, cldy Helena, cloudy Honolulu, cldy Indianapolis, cldy Juneau, cldy Kansas City, clear Los Angeles, clear Memphis, clear Miami, clear Milwaukee, cldy Minneapolis, cldy New Orleans, clear New York, clear Okla. City, clear Omaha, clear Philadelphia, clr Phoenix, cldy Pittsburgh, snow Ptlnd, Me., cldy Ptlnd, Ore. cldy Rapid City, clear Richmond, clear St. Louis, clear San Diego, clr San Fran., clr Seattle, rain Tampa, clear Washington, clear Winnipeg, clear T Trace 9 62 53 55 33 6 12 21 5 29 29 29 23 11 18 20 32 7 15 -27 26 27 75 14 17 14 50 21 55 7 -2 35 30 22 10 30 47 19 26 39 20 23 14 10 44 48 49 49 26 -5 LUC VS. Mrs Hawl, 73. Lim-oln. dl 5:-5 p m. Saturday. AhuhaTi Lincoln V.mnr;al M.,tiil-.l I in.'.. l.. ... 3 lot lV(.-sUKaie lal summers riois Marin- ami tA, both ol Linoln: be land how to prevent or control , , J . nn; ,:V",r u- r !r. Ktni'l Jone. Iim-Hr: b"rtv in Hil- na(J future Outbreaks. la) Barry Funrral Home. Lincoln; The Commission made public vkrh. m. Vlia i . m. woia. Saturday excerpts from tes'imo- ,Vr 7 Krtcay. rmrna .uim: ny Yorty and four other may-T'TJ. ors gave at closed hearings in' ,,"a' Kueeiai Hm. tum-ai. chai. October ! NA-H- "aphiW.-i I . Kl-inhin. .ind :? a.m. SatiiTay at tl honn- ot a -on Yorty's emphasis was on pro-!l,!'"'",'-v ,Kr"7- tV1,"non': '''yrs ... r ... ., . Hancy; (.hark K.IVr. Mama; Joe Krl- viding jobs for ghetto residents. ir. siC,i: (ttiutht.-rs mi. Man ,,,., Mayor Henry W. Maier of Mil- :nciLj ri .i.-Jr: jwaukee said suburban areas i-'unnai h-i. Kfimcham: ouriai ihh .04 must share the burden of im- tm: "ff ';" 7 u- ,. . . lAGtV. Mrs Sophia A.. 71. Alta- 04 proving me in me inner ciues. mom. died 9:20 p h Friday, st. An. co Thpndirp R IrKp1H;n u-'nn vips tn"nv H,"'"tal. Ei:!nah.-im: Iraves hus-.63 ineouore n. .Mcrveia.n, wno as band K1;i.d F. vin ,,fIM) ,,tv)- at mavor of Baltimore, cautioned home; brothers Martin and Gustav Ba i momot t M t.;i;..nl nil""- 0"tn tt Mtamont; otto !tar..1elo. t"6 iiiiifi m ou pusiutiriv Mom u!a,ki: s,urs. Mrs. John HI- 0i for fear of appearing to rewird w M"i". Aiiamnm: Mrs. Liiiy Ader- ' , r;Atprc mar. St. Elmo: Mrs. Lydia ncii. Mount .04 """" Pu.aski: services 1 p m. Sunday. 1m- Jersey City Mayor Thomas J. manwl Lutheran Church. Altamont; bur. Ti-i nl . u -u ,a' church cemetery: call after nooo Whelan told the Commission Saturday. Hull Funeral nome. Altamont T that "riots are caused not by so-! zumwalt. Mrs. Isabel. 73. Farmer cial conditions but by agitatore.-.XTe Who hate OUr COUntry." He Said !. : James. Farmer City: dauehter pffpftivp nqp rf fnrcp U tht wav' Mrs- l!el,n R'c"- Hopkins. Wis.; sis- eiietiue use 01 iorce is me way ter Mrs Elta Simnsonf peo,one: ser- I tO prevent Or Control riOtS. I vices 1 r m. Tuc-rfay. Stensel Funeral .01 iTn..n Alf t nt "omc. rainier I ny; nuriai "") nuuiiai- o . Li-i values ui Cemetery; call 2 to 4, 7 lo 9 p m. ,23 St. Lousi said urban problems are a nationa' problem "and this national problem is going to have to be solved with national financing and national legislation, and until Congress EelliWer .Monday. .01 .06 .20 .96 The Decatur Herald and Review RATES BY MAIL In Trading Area Ffoilv nnH QlllMav Hailv ovosr CitnHs. 1 . 1 . .1 , li . " ' - ' - unuersianus ine real prooiems,; i year jiboo i year ji6 0o mere isn t mucn we can ao. Yorty, who told of jobs provided in the Watts area of Los Angeles by private industry, said "I think that eventually facts are going to force us to provide employment for every person who is willing to work and .15 10 .20 .02 Local Weather Saturday Temperatures 7 a.m. 11 7 p.m. 26 Noon 25 10 p.m. 24 High 30 Low 11 Precipitation: None Sunday sunrise: 7:15, set: 4:35 Motors STILLS Electric CO. 9 W Eldoradr Ph. 428-2723 and f iry 3,1 1 l . L Nik Our wish is V that you may know all the joys of Christmas. WEAVER BROS. VAN & STORAGE INC. Decatur, Illinois 6 months 9.50 6 month 8-50 3 months 5 00 3 months 4.50 1 month 7 CO 1 month 1.75 1 week .55 1 uet-k .45 Sunday (mly a Year S8 00 Outside ot Trading Area Daily and Sunday Daily except Sunday I year 26 00 1 vear $24.00 6 morths 1 00 6 montris 12-50 3 months 7 50 3 mi nth& 6.75 1 month 3 CO 1 month 2.90 1 week .60 1 week .70 Sundav Onlv 1 Year $10 00 if they Can't be provided Carner rates apply on subscriptions b . - . man in any iowti or territory naviug car Wltn employment Ul Uie private, her semce. Remittance should be bT Sector I think theV OUffht to beicneck or money order. The Herald and V ' j " !V y.V- x .. Renew cannot assume responsibility or emplOyea Ul the pUbllC Sector. ; currency or stamps. Foreipn rates juot- RATES BY CARRIER In M aenn Count y Per eek Hei aid daily only except holidays 40c Revieu daily only except holidays 4Cc Su.wia.v and Herald 55c Sjmlav and Review 55c Surwia and Herald am Review 95c Outside Macon County Herald daily only except holidays J5c Review daily only except holidays 35c Sunday and Herald 50c Sunday and Review 50c Sunday and Herald and Review B5c Greek Junta Plans Release Of Prisoners Athens (AP) The Greek regime, in a sweeping amnesty, announced Saturday that all persons arrested after the April 21 coup will be released immediately. j The amnesty frees the mili-j tary junta's most famous pris-i oner Andreas Papandreou, a: former American citizen and composer Miki Theodorakis, plus 2.600 other political detainees held on prison islands. From his refuge in Rome, exiled King Constantine welcomed the amnesty. j "I hope this is a sign that all I Greeks soon will have the op-' portunity to express themselves ! freely and participate fully in the political life of tne country," he said in a statement. In London, Mrs. Helen Machos, the newspaper publisher who said she escaped from house arrest in Athens, expressed the view the new moves by the government did net mean a return to democracy. But U.S. State Department officials in Washington said they were encouraged on the basis of press reports of the amnesty. The amnesty was coupled with presentation to the government of the text of a revised constitution. Premier Georee PaoadoDou- los announced the amnesty and! also declared that a national referendum on the new constitution would be held next April 21, the first anniversary of tie power seizure he led. But it appeared unlikely that the referendum would be held on that date because it is Greek Orthodox Easter. Sources said the government will probably announce a new date for the referendum after taking the Easter holiday into consideration. CALL CLASSIFIED TODAY! 429-4353 CLASSIFIED INDEX An Index to Classified Group Title Antiques-Collertor Items Apartments (or Bent Ares Houses for Sale Articles for Sale. Trad Auction Sales Automotive Anto rrir A Part Boats and Arrestorles Business. Office quipnient Business Opportunity Business Personals Boviness Places Sale. Rent Business Service Camping;. Campers' Need Card of Thanks Cemetery Lots , Monuments Decatur Houses lor Sale Does. Cats. Other Pet Farmers' Markets farms for Sale r Rent Financial Foods. Food Markets Funeral Directors Foneral Flowers Funeral Central Illinois Funerals Decatur Garages tor Rent Garden. Lawn. Nursery Help Wanted Home Improvement Household Goods Houses for Rent In Memorlam Insurance Lost Lots and Found for Sale Masonlr Tempi Activities Mrrltne iitir Mobile Homes Motorcycles, Bicycles Musle. Radio, Televlsloa fersonau ' Rummage Sale Salespeople Wanted Situation Wanted Sleeping Rooms Srorllng Goods Trucks and Trailers Vocational Training H anted-Real Fstat Wanted To Buy Wanted to Rent Wearing Apparel W ber I G N. 1 7 90 SI M U 11 fl M 34 12 M 14 M OS 07 J 40 n M 34 03 01 7f 44 04 oi o IS JJ 70 n 30 74 it JJ 44 71 n 54 14

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