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   Southern Illinoisan (Newspaper) - February 15, 1960, Carbondale, Illinois                                top Fourteen Huspttal Notes Star Litter Burst ee Michael Murphysboro y Nancy De Soto AN Carbondale Mrs Paul Marion Murry Carbondale Prat Raleigh Elkville Vaughn Mrs Noblo Cambria Carol Carbondale Alvta Dongola MouteD Mrs Hada Murphysboro Sweet Jo Ann Carboadale jjnde Charles Carterville Young Virginia Cartcndal Poaock Mrs Herman Carbondale VcCutdMon Robert Carterville KSCHARGED Ftanin Carbondale Smith Mn William Vienna SJSr Joto Murphyaboro Harris Barbara Goreville Hysto Mrs Dale and ibaby CarbtmSale Adams Carl Carbondale Stump Mrs Bonald and baby Carbon 1ucini Tony Benin Allen Mrs Robert Carbondale Eadlemin Mrs Homer Anna Kennedy Mrs Alvin Herrin Spence Mrs William Carterville Banson Mrs Kenneth and baby Car bondale Walker Clarence Carbondale Belsley Mrs Donald and baby Car bondale tingle Mrs Marris and baby Carbon dale Grummon Mrs Paul and baby Car bonaale Paeth Thomas Carbondale Staggs Mrs Bobbie and baby Hurst Fanis Deunis Carterville Hoyster Mrs John Goreville Johnson Mrs William Rockwood Graves Mrs Minnie Mounds Holmes Mrs Ola Creal Springs Jobe OUie Curbondale Hospital Notes CHRISTOPHER DISCHARGED Reed Mrs Robbie Christopher Thomas Noble Sesser Walden Mrs Blanc e Royalton Allen Mrs Nora Valier Moschino Mrs Pat and baby CocUo PINCKNEYVmE COMMUNITY ADMITTED Burton Mrs Daisy Murphysboro Tatt Mrs Dorothy Oakdale Rigdon Mrs Eugene Peoria Burns Mrs Sherwood Sparta Valentine Mrs Howard PinckneYville Hurst Noah Tilfien Jones Mrs Joann Pinckneyvllle Sablensky Alfos Sesser Thimmig Mrs Carter DISCHARGED Reeder Mrs Sadie Pinckneyville Eckola Mrs Gordon and baby Nash ville Seidenstricker Mrs Willam and babj Beaucoup Thrower Mrs Martha Dexter Mo Carter Mrs Edith Ava Dycus Mrs Veronica Ashley Campbell John Frank Pinckneyville Dimitroff Madeline Dn Quoin Groennert William Addieville Pulke Shiela Tamaroa Scholebo Mrs David Jr and baby Pinckneyvile FRANKLIN BENTON ADMITTED Mils Mrs Donna West Frankfort Rayburn Ed West Frankfort Stewart Mrs Goldie Benton EhilUps Mrs Diane Valier Kays Mrs Sharon Benton Mendenhal John Benton Boughers Clyde West Frankfort Blake Charles West Frankfort DISCHARGED Bay Mrs Kathryn Benton Spears Fred Benton West Paul Benton Badgett Mrs Gulia Macedonia Broadway Mrs Eleanor Benton Garrison Mrs Tina McLeansboro Cole William Benton Bridwell Mrs Elsie Macedonia Gaddis Joseph Johnston Cilv McAfoos Mrs Margot Benton Campbell Charles West FrahKort Tate Mrs Linda Benton Williams Alvis Benton William Macedonia Guy Mrs Nettie Benton Welch Mrs Grace Benton Mrs Ida and baby West Frankfort Crider Mrs Eva and baby Whittington Whitlow Mrs Betty and baby Valier UNION WEST FRANKFORT ADMITTED Creek Mrs Lillie West Frankfort Unsworth Mrs Hanah Buckner Ward Mrs Alice Lela West Frankfott Ruscin Mrs Mary West Frankfort Baberick Joe West Frankfort Hobbs Albert West Frankfort Kilgore Mrs Blanche West Frankfort Grottl Mrs Betty West Frankfort Willis Wendell West Frankfort DISCHARGED Boyd Mrs Pauline West Frankfort Moore Audrey Benton Collier Mrs Ann Christopher Rich Mrs Susie West Frankfort McCormick Mrs Wilie Lois Marion RigEle Mrs Goldia West Frankfort Walker William West Frankfort DeMattei Mike West FranKfort Collier William Christopher HERBIN ADMITTED Bush Paul Royalton Chariet Mrs Virginia Herrin Mize Ed Hurst Chin Mrs Margaret West Frankfort Cusson Mrs Tniian Johnston City Misker Edward Herrin Camaghl Mrs Shirlene Herrin Keller Terry Cambria Boyke Andrew LeMay Mo Williams Guy Zeigler Yates Mrs Rose New Haven Hunsaker Mrs Bessie Energy Baggott Mrs Genevieve Royalton Cheathan Mrs Myrtle Herrin Alegnani Mrs Mary Herrin Newbold Mrs Nellie Herrin Cole Oscar Carterville Bearing John Herrin Mollo Mrs Pauline Johnston City Oakley John Zeigler Slack Mrs Anna Zeigler Atwood Mrs Lida Johnston City Davis Mrs Ruth Royalton DISCHARGED Gualdoni Mrs Beauella Herrin Ogden John Zeigler Smith Paul Herrin Kirby Ora Marion Childress Mrs Jean Hurst Johnson John Carterville Sweeney Sherry Herrin Aimone Mrs Domenica Coello GaiiRiati Mario Herrin Bishop Mrs Emma Herrin Stliley Mrs Norma Marion Fox Mrs Margaret Zeigler HOLDEN CARBONDAUS ADMITTED Dill Ira Farrar Mrs Pauline R Makanda Miller Janet Carbondale Brumitt Mrs Helen Carbondate Collins Risa Lynn Carterville Johnson Mrs Arinda Carbondate Chew Mrs Marilyn Carterville DISCHARGED Bennett Clarence Carbondale Rich Mrs Delores Carbondale Keller James Carbondale Bahn Rudolph Carbondale Brumitt Mrs Helen Carbondale Andolsek Anastasia Marion Rapp Mrs Rudy Carbondale Collins Hisa Lynn Carterville Miller Janet Carbondale Cavaness Mrs Lula Carbondale Wooley Debra Kay Carhondale MARSHALL BROWNING DXT QUOIN ADMITTED McCollum Mrs Gertrude ElkvUle Porter Rudolph Du Quoin Rudolff Mrs Ida Du Quoin Lashbrook Earl Du Quoin Owens Mrs Alma Du Quoin Goldsmith Mrs Ronald Du Quoin Barwich Mrs Anna Elkville Dintelman Richard Du Quoin Little Mrs Anna Du Quoin Foster Mrs Elsie Du Quoin Jones Carl Tamaroa Ray Felix Whittington Kunce Valentine Du Quoin Newborn Benjamin Du Quoin Malinsld Kenneth Tamaroa DISCHARGED Terry John Du Quoin York Ralph Du Quoin Keesee Mrs Alma Du Quoin SmithMrs Mabel Pinckneyville Rider Mrs touis Dowell Newborn Jolm Tamaroa Brock Mrs Ethel Pekin Wright Joe Royalton Davis Glen Du Quoin Heumann Mrs Wilford and baby Dn Quoin Karraker Alvin Du Quoin Rogers Grover Christopher Breed Gilda Du Quoin Justice Mrs Norma Dn Quoin Justice Clyde Du Quoin MalinsK Kenneth Tamaroa LeVault Mrs Audrey Sesser MEMORIAL MARION ADMITTED Crablree Jesse Johnston City Kelly Loren Hartford Barger Mrs Dorothy Marion Brooks Mrs Cora Marion Hancock Mrs Sharon Msnon Cauthorn Mrs Belle Marion Mrs Mildred Johnston City Lillich Mrs Roberta CarteivOle Dodd Mrs Esther Johnston City Clark Mrs Betty pittsburg DISCHARGED Linck Daniel Marion Angel Ganel Marion Wilson Billy West Frankfort Gibbs Donald Marion Corner Carl Marion gaker Mrs Helen Marion Stevens Mrs Agnes and baby Mario Null Mrs Anna and baby Marion Newbold Eart Herrin Shell Mrs Ruth Creal Springs Killman Herman Manon Mrs Mildred Anna ISunTMrs Jane Paducah Ky Davis Mrs Da Marion Edwards Robert Carbondale Mrs Thelma Marion AmaridMMrs Effie Creal Springs Greathouse Aaron Marion 55fer Mrs Louisia Pittsburg COUNTY ANA ors Pansy Anna Cranay Mrs Ruth Dongola Mrs Clara Ann DISCHARGED CroweH Ed Anna SOUTHERN ILLINOISAN MONDAY FEBRUARY 13 1350 SPARTA COMMUNITY DISCHARGED Gajewski Mrs Ray Sparta Huey Mrs Frank Walsh Ruester Martin Coulterville Miller Mrs LilUe St Louis ST ANDREWS MURPHYSBORO ADMITTED Hiller Mrs Myrtle Murphysoro Humphreys Mrs Mary Murphysboro Klawer Mrs John Murphysboro Fuller James Murphysboro Spooner Lawrence Murpbysboro Minard Nancy Murphysboro DISCHARGED Bration Mrs Joseph Murphysboro Hednour Mrs Roy MurphvsbTj Harris Mrs Effie Murphysboro Dolce Mrs Nicholas Willisvile Brouillette Mrs Mildred Murphysboro Jones Daniel E Murphysboro Births BENTON KAYS Mr and Mrs Thomas daughter Saturday in Franklin Hos pital Benton BUCKNER BURNETT Mr and Mrs Don a son Saturday In Miners Hos pital Christopher AMBRIA VAUGHN Mr and Mrs Noble a son Sunday in Doctors Hos pital Carbondale ITJ QUOIN GOLDSMITH Mr and Mrs Ronald a son Saturday in Marshal Browning Hospital Du Quoin CERBIN C ARN AGHI Mr and Mrs Louis a daughter Sunday Jn Herin Hospital HERRIN CHARLET Mr and Mrs Jer ry a son Sunday in Herrin Hospital OHNSTON CITY RAINS Mr and Mrs Jackie twin son and daughter Friday Marion Memorial Hisotal 1ABION BARGER Mr and Mrs Joyce a daughter Sunday in Marion Memorial Hospital MARION ROBINSON Mr and Mrs Paul a daughter Sunday in Doctors Hospital Carbondale NASHVILLE BARKAU Mr and Mrs Roy a son Sunday in Pinckneyville Community Hospital EORIA RIGDON Mr and Mrs Eu gene a son Sunday in Pinckneyville Community Hospital FINCICNEYVILLE VALENTINE Mr and Mrs Howard twin girls Saturday in Pinckneyville Community Hospital PINCKNEYVILLE THIMMIG Mr and Mrs Carter a daughter Saturday in Pinckneyville Community Hospital PARTA BURNS Mr and Mrs Sher wood a son Sunday in Pinckneyville Community Hospital PARTA TEMKE Mr and Mrs Lester a daughter Sunday in Sparta Commun ity Hospital tVEST FRANKFORT ELLIE Mr and Mrs Fred a son Saturday in Franklin Hospital Benton WEST FRANKFORT MORGAN and Mrs Fred a daughter Sunday In Franklin Hospital Benton East St Louis Livestock Hogs 16000 barrows and gilts 180 Ib up steady to strong witb Friday lighter weights and sows strong to mostly 25 higher No 13 sows 400 Ib down 120075 over 400 b 112575 boars over 250 Ib 875 900 lighter weights 92550 Cattle 5500 calves 400 high choice 1030 Ib steers 2800 good and choice heifers and mixed yearlings 23002675 utility and commercial cows 1550 1700 vealers and slaughter calves steady and active good and choice vealers 30003600 Southern Illinois Deaths AVA McBHIDE Wendell Iran Jr of St Loyis died Saturday services Wed nesday at 2 p m at Wilson Funtra Home Ava where friends may cal after 3 p m Tuesday burial in Ava Evergreen Cemetry BUSH TR1ONI Tony 78 died Saturday in Anna funeral 2 p m Tuesday Walk er Funeral Home of Hurst wher Friends may call burial in St Carlos Ceme tery Herrin MARION TREVOR Mrs Ora Young 86 207 S Eskew St died at a m Sunday in Marion Memorial Hospital services at 2 p m Tuesday in LK Wilson Funeral Home of Marion buria in Rosehill Cemetery friends may call at the funeral home HERRIN EVELAND James Edward 35 70 Orchard Dr died o a heart at tack at p m Saturday at bis home funeral services at 2 p m Wed nesday at the Herrin Funeral Home where friends may call burial in Her rin City Cemetery MURPHYSBORO HINCHCLIFF E died Sunday services Tuesday 2 p m at Crawshaw Mortuary Chape in Murphysboro burial in Pleasan Grove Memorial Cemetery WEST FRANKFORT HEARD W B 77 Dimmick Hotel died at a m Sunday in Union Hospital funeral ser vices at 2 p m Tuesday at the Logan Baptist Church with burial in the Ma sonic and Odd Fellows Cemetery Ben ton friends may call at Stone Funeral Home after 7 p m today John T76 105 N Main St died at a m today a the Schrumm will be at 2 p m Tues Masonic rites will be at 2 o m Tues day at the Vantrease Funeral Home Zeigler with burial in Zeigter Ceme tery friends may call at the funeral home BrootaMrs a Anna SPARTA WOMAN DIES Funeral Services Today For Mrs Minnie Drewry Mrs Minnie L Drewry 90 yearold Sparta resident died in Randolph County Nursing Home at Sparta Saturday after an ill ness of six months She was born in Sparta in li She had lived most of her life in British Columbia Canada The former Minnie Hayer she was married in 1932 to Andrev Drewry who preceded her in death Mrs Drewry leaves a brother W T Hayev Sr of Sparta She was a memberof the Bap tist Church of Vancouver B C Funeral services were to be ai 2 p m today at the Walker Fun eral Home in Sparta the R e v William H Hughes was to offici ale with burial in Caledonia Cemetery Stock Prices Irrepular Trade Quiet New York Feb 15 CAP The stock market moved irregu larly in quiet trading early this afternoon Gains and losses of fractionsto about a point were the rule for most pivotal issues The market was higher at the opening in a brief follow through to Fridays advance then prices milled unevenly Weekend reports of a slowdown in demand for stainless and tool steels combined with a cutback i auto production to dampen senti ment somewhat Little group action was appar ent most sections showing a mix ture of plus and minus signs A drift to the downside was appar ent among rails airlines and air crafts A few selected issues made sizable gains The Associated Press average of 60 stocks at noon was off 10 to 21630 with the industrials un changed the rails down 20 cents and the utilities unchanged Corporate bonds advanced U S government bonds were steady to a shade higher HERRIN MAN DIES Rites Set Wednesday For James E Eveland James Edward Eveland 35 70 Orchard Drive Herrin died of a heart attack at p m Satur day at his home He had been under a doctors care Mr Eveland was born Aug 30 1924 in Carterville His parents are Mr and Mrs Henry Guy Eve land He was employed at the Herrin Norge plant Mr Eveland was a Herrin American Legion post member and a past worthy pres ident of the Carterville Eagles lodge Mr Eveland went with his wife and some friends to the Carter ville Police and Fire Dept bene fit dance earlier in the evening He complained of indigestion and was taken home He had recently had the flu and his illness was attributed to that Later his wife called a physic ian Mr Eveland was dead when an ambulance arrived He leaves his wife the former Violet Perrine his parents sis ters Mrs Augusta Hess of Pe waukee Wis Mrs Obie Burgess of Sesser Mrs Rilla Eichorn in Florida Shirley Woodward at home Mrs Frances Register ol Clovis N M brother Henry of South River N J and severa nieces and nephews Funeral services will be at 2 p m Wednesday at the Herrin Funeral Home where friends may call The Rev Deniss F Lyerla Herrin First Apostolic Church pas tor will officiate Burial will be in Herrin City Cemetery Chicago Produce Butter steady receipts 1083 000 wholesale buying prices un changed 93 score AA 92 A 90 B 89C 56V4 Cars 90 B57V4 Eggs steady receipts 13900 wholesale buying prices un changed 65 per cent or higher rade A whites 27Vz mixed 27 mediums 25 standards 25 dirties checks 22 Live poultry Fridays receipts were 6000 Ib wholesale buying rices unchanged to 1 higher roasters white rocks 23 INFANT DIES Funeral Services Wednesday For Son of Former Resident Wendell Irvin McBride Jr 2 monthold son of Mr and Mrs Wendell McBride of St Louis was found dead in his crib Saturday night The father was formerly from Ava An inquest was scheduled today in St Louis The child was born Dec 5 1959 at Booth Memorial Hospital St Louis Besides his parents he leaves a half brother David Mitchell of St Louis grandparents Mr and Mrs Frank Mitchell of St Louis and grandmother Mrs Minnie Mc Bride of Ava Funeral services will be Wed nesday at 2 p mat the Wilson Funeral Home Ava where friends may call after 3 p m Tuesday The Rev W W Thur man will officiate Burial will be in Ava Evergreen Cemetery RITES HELD TODAY FOR CLEVELAND SCHNEIDER Funeral services were today at Russell Funeral Home Christoph er for Cleveland Schneider 68 ot Du Bois Mr Schneider died of a heart attack at p m Saturday ir Christopher He and his wife were visiting her sister Mrs Atlantic Williams of Christopher Mr Schneider was born Feb 5 1892 in Tamalco His p a r ents were the late John and Sar ah Schneider He was a retired plate maker and hadmoved to DuBois from Chicago three years ago x He was a member of the Cen tralia Christian Church He leaves his wife the former Opal Compton son Cleveland D of Chicago sisters Mrs Leota May of Centralia Mrs Minnie Reich and Mrs Jessie Summers both of California and two grand children The Rev John Nail Methodist minister officiated Burial was in Harrison Cemetery RITES SET TUESDAY FOR WEST FRANKFORT MAN W B Heard 77 Dimmick Ho tel West Frankfort died at a m Sunday three hours after arrival at Union Hospital He had been in ill heath several years Mr Heard was born June 10 1882 in Hamilton County He had lived in Logan most of his life and was a deacon of the Logan Baptist Church His parents were Mr and Mrs Mont Heard His wife Anna died in 1957 He leaves sons Ross of West Frankfort and Wilburn of Chica go daughters Mrs Kathryn Mood of Louisville Ky sisters Miss Lula and Miss Griffie Heard both ot Chicago Mrs Lura Neal of Grosse Pointe Mich and half sister Mrs Alice Stone of Harris burg Funeral services will be at 2 p m Tuesday at the Logan Baptist Church with the Rev Harvey Kimmel officiating Burial will be in the Masonic and Odd Fellows Cemetery Benton Friends may call at Stone Funeral Home after 7 p m today RITES SET WED NESDAY FOR FLORA WHITTINGTON Mrs Flora Whittington 83 N Ida St West Frankfort died at a m today at her home She had been ill five years Mrs Whittington was born June 16 1876 in Marion Her parents were Mr and Mrs John Sanders Her husband C C pre ceded her in death She was a West Frankfort First Methodist Church member Mrs Whittington leaves a son Wilson of Granite City daughter Mrs Annettie Junkins of West Frankfort and sister Mrs D o u g Abney of Marion Funeral services will be at 3 p m Wednesday at Stone Funeral Home where friends may call af ter 4 p m Tuesday The Rev Edgar Purdy First Methodist Church pastor will officiate Burial will be in Rosehill Ceme tery Marion Phelan Seen Police Head Chicago Feb 15 AP Kyran Phelan Chicagos acting police commissioner says that he thinks the bulk of the wrongdo ers on the citys scandalscarred police force have been weeded out Phelan mentioned as a strong possibility to succeed the resigned Timothy J OConnor as perma nent commissioner made the re marks Sunday as he ordered mass lie testing of policemen in the Summerdale District to resume today Summerdale is the North Side district where the police scandz first broke Jan 15 Burglar Rich ard Morrison 23 charged that eight policemenhelped him com mit burglaries there Since his accusations 48 police men have been suspended as a re sult of criminal or civil service charges and more than 190 have been given lie tests OConnor re signed shortly after the scanda broke Phelans strong actions during his intrim appointment have many City Hall speculators guessing that Mayor Richard Daley will ap point him the permanent head ol the 10575 man force Meanwhile charges of police dishonesty popped up in a seeonc Chicago suburb Skokie Village Manager Bern d March disclosed Sunday t Police Capt Arthur Hennig hac been suspended because he refus ed to take a lie test Hennig hac been accused by an unidentifiec motorist of taking a gift for reducing a drunken driving charge to reckless driving Another suburban policeman Lt Sigmund Wroblewski chief ol detectives in Evanston was sus pended Friday as the result ol more charges by Morrison who touched off the Chicago scandal JOHN T DIXON DIES IN BLUEFORD John T Dixon 76 105 N Main St Zeigler died at a m today at the Schrumm Nursing Home Bluforfl where he had been a patient five months Mr Dixon was a member of the Zeigler Masonic Lodge His wife Edith died in 1952 Masonic rites will be at 2 p in Tuesday at the Vantrease Fun eral Home Zeigler with burial in Zeigler Cemetery Friends may call at the funeral home RAY FRICK SERVICES SETINJONESBORO Funeral services for Ray Frick 58 a former Jonesboro man who died in Chicago Friday will oe Tuesday at 2 p m at the First Baptist Church in Jonesboro The Rev Charles Mayberry and the Rev John Whitlow will offi ciate Burial will be in Jonesboro Cemetery The Norris and Son Funeral Home is in charge RITES IN ARKANSAS FOR ARLEYC DALE Funeral services were at 10 a m Sunday at the Heath Funeral Home in Paragould Ark for Ar ley C Dale formerly of Dongo la who died Friday Mr Dale 77 had been a pa tient at St Bernards Hospital in Jonesboro Ark for two weeks He moved from Dongola about 45 years ago He was a member of the Don gola Masonic Lodge He leaves a son Jack Marma duke Ark Mrs Bert Cruse of Jonesboro Ark sister Mrs Lula Rupper Monrovia Calif and one grandson His wife the former Bertha owr diedKlct 91958 The Rev James Weatherford pastor of the Marmaduke Metho dist Church officiated at services Burial was in the Dongola IOOF Cemetery conducted by the Rev Edward A Johnson of the Dongo la Lutheran Church Khrushchev Crowd Slim Calcutta India Feb 15 AP Soviet Premier Nikita S Khrush chev arrived today in this Indian city where he receive 1 his great est welcome on a visit to India four years ago The crowds that welcomed him were only a fraction of the two million that turnedout in 1955 Calcuttas large Communist party called for a big turnout but there were many vacant stretches along the 15mile drive from Dun Dum airport to the Governors Mansion Four years ago a police van had to rescue Khrushchev and Niko lai Bulganin then premier from adoring crowds The motorcade bypassed some of the main shopping areas Along the downtown route itself there were many places where specta tors stood only two or three deep His relatively quiet arrival was in keeping with an earlier three day visit to New Delhi Khrush chev has appeared somewhat sub dued since reaching India Feb 11 Khrushchev is spending his last night in India as guest of Padmaja Naidu governor of West Bengal CORRECTION Every Purchase Guaranteed Country Club Frozen Apple Or Cherry Pie JJpes Compact Car Causes Auto Revolution By Ben Phlegar Of The Associated Press Detroit Feb 15 The compact car boom has ex oded into a fullscale revolution the auto industry Falcon Corvair and Valiant us their slightly older cotnpan ns Rambler and Lark accounted r almost 25 per cent of all do estic cars sold hi January This figure has added signifi ance since January was the only onthin the entire first third of e 1960 model year in which sup ies of all cars were reasonably ood Everything is changing says en Mills Ford vice president hose LincolnMercury Division is Producing still another compact e Comet next month A revo ition is underway Nobody knows here it will end The 1960 model year was bound be confusing with the entry of jur new three new corn acts and the Dodge t the start It became even more as steel shortages curtailed reduction and compounded dis ribution problems Who Will Be Hurt Many of the longrange ques ons such as who will be hurt nd whether foreign cars will windle into oblivion remain un nswered The only thing definite o far is the new size cars are elling The five compact lines sold bout 101500 cars in January gainst an industry total of 455 00 Ramblers total of 34949 put third among all cars with Fal on fourth only about 2500 cars ehind Among the five compacts orvair ran a distant third with nly about half as many sales as alcon Lark was fourth and Val ant fifth Last August Ramblers George iomney who finally convinced le Big Three that compact cars ere profitable sized up i960 as year in which theindustry ould sell 1750000 smaller US uilt cars including 500000 Earn ers Right now his figures look ood Romney also predicted the me iumprice lines would fall on leir faces and the tide of imports stemmed In January le mediumprice lines dropped 5 er cent from yearago sales totals while the lowprice lines even nth the addition of Dart were 10 er cent below last year One month doesnt make a year owever and when the medium rice lines bring out their own ompacts such as the Comet lings are sure to change Lin olnMercury expects the 0 cut into Mercury sales but de lines to estimate to what extent Compact cars from Buick Olds mobile Pontiac and probably odge will be along in the early ill Does all this mean standard ize cars are doomed Nobody in letroit thinks so although Rom ey says compacts will make up 1 per cent of all car sales by 963 ORA TREVOR DIES Rites For Marion Woman To Be Tuesday Mrs Ora Young Trevor 86 207 S Eskew St Marion died at a m Sunday in Marion Memorial Hospital where she had been a patient six days She was born in Marion April 22 1873 the daughter of Georgf and Martha Spiller Young Her services Sunday One Boy Killed In Bus Crash Hinsdale HI Feb 15 AP An auto ran a red light police said and smashed into a small bus carrying eight children to church father was one of the firsl prai ticing attorneys in Marion She ras formerly a circuit court re porter Mrs Trevor Mrs Clarence leaves daughters Cox of Marion Mrs Paul Grady of Greenwich Conn sister Mrs Eva Young of Chicago four grandchildren arid six great grandchildren Services will be at 2 p m Tuesday in the Wilson Funeral Home of Marion The Rev John Foster First Christian Church pastor will officiate assisted by Rev Everett Lynch United Church of Christ pastor Burial will be in Rosehill Cemetery Friends may call at the funeral home MRS LILLIE ROBERTS DIES RITES WEDNESDAY Mrs Lillie Mae Roberts 70 1107 rush St Johnston City died at a m today in Herrin Hospital fter an illness of several years Mrs Roberts was born April 1 1889 northeast of Johnston City nd was a lifelong resident of the fohnston City area She was member the Harmony Free Will Baptist Church She leaves laughter Mrs Marion sons Vard Roberts and aul Roberts both of Johnston City John C Roberts and Leo Roberts both of West Frankfort Funeral services will be at 2 m Wednesday at the B o ne Cemetery Chapel south of West frankfort with burial in Boner Cemetery The Rev Cecil Walk er Harmony Free Will Baptist Church pastor and the Rev Mrs Ethel Hoffard Gospel Mission hurch pastor will officiate Friends may call after 6 p m oday at ftie Murman and Wilson Funeral Home Johnston City MARION WOMAN DIES Mrs Cora Brooks 81 306 N air St Marion died at m today in Marion Memorial Funeral arrangements reincomplete The Mitchell Fun ral Home of Marion is in charge GE APPLIANCES Sales and Service EATON BROWN 205 East Main CARBONDALE boy was were in dlled and 11 persons jured The children all sons and daughters of missionaries abroad were being driven by two adults o church in Racine Wis when the accident happened a mile north of Downers Grove a west ern Chicago suburb Killed was David Babcock 15 an eighth grade student at Whea fon Junior High School and a resi dent of MidMaples an interdeno minational home in Wheaton for children of missionaries His par ents live in Fortaleza Brazil The other children also lived at the school The Rev Virgil Moneysmitfy 49 who operates MidMaples and who was a passenger in the bus was reported in critical condition in Hinsdale Hospital The bus driver Don Money smith 20 the son of the minister suffered a broken leg and a pos sibleconcussion The seven other children ranging from 14 to 17 were treated for minor injuries The driver of the auto Donald W Bark 19 of Sandwich suffer only facial lacerations He was larged with reckless homicide husband Otto Lloyd Sullins of GRO0 USED TRUCKS Largest Selection OD Display 13 North Counttj Lot ROUIL MURPHYSBORO MARION CAR STOLEN A 1959 model Chevrolet station agon was stolen at the home James Clarida 809 W Maple ood St Marion between 11 p i Sunday and 7 a m today olice believe it was taken by wo Marion youths 18 and 23 n routeto Chicago The 23yeai Id served a threeyear sentence or car theft 3 4 Bryan Marion COMPLETE ROOMS FURNITURE DOLLARS PER WEEK FURNITURE STORE West Frankfort FOR SALE Electric Craftsman Hand Sander New Value Sale Electric Tilt Saw Delta Value Complete Sale Electrolux Deluxe Vacuum Cleaner Sale Electric Heater New Kenmore Automatic Value Sale Rollaway Bed with Mattress Electric Stove and Refrigerator GE Pull Drapes by Grandma Moses 7 Windows Length Value Sale Also Tier Tables Lamps Etc Hugh Grimes May Be Found at One of the Following Herrin Clubs Elks Eagles Legion or V F W TUESDAY RECHTERS DISCOUNT CENTER SPECIAL Training Pants 3 for 50C Sizes 2 to 6 Regular 39c Value HERRIN CARBONDALE MURPHYSBORO Vote Yes On Fire Station Issue FOR TRANSPORTATION TO POLLS Phone GLenview 74971 or 75414   

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