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   Waterloo Daily Courier (Newspaper) - March 28, 1966, Waterloo, Iowa                             Pact MONDAY MARCH WATtRLOfl DAILY COURIER WAtEHUOOIOWA More UFO Sightings Reported in Ohio and Wisconsin DETROIT weird blinking lights apparently Red China Encourages US Protests Against Viet War Delegates Ready for Red Parley So far the only authoritative analysis has been the swamp gas theory advanced Friday by MOSCOW f Northwestern University as Delegations from around concerning two made pilgrimages in the s i Michigan to tomb Monday Dr J Allen Hv Moscow prepared for the nek who also 1S an Air Force s oscow prepared or the Opening of the Soviet Commuspecial consultant has gotten partys 23rd congress aruments fr Delegations from more than 40 gJVjjJ1 Sf nrnJrrn C C UJtCLb foreign countries and 5000 So museums and went 1 More foreign delegations were 1 Arriving constantly Only the i IGommunist parties of Albania Zealand and Japan have Ijoined the Chinese Communists in boycotting the meeting Dele gates have arrived from North Viet Nam and North Korea 1 once sided with Peking in jTthe dispute with Moscow but now take a more neutral posi tion Opens Tuesday I The congress first since 1961 J opens Tuesday in the modernis tic Palace ofCongresses in the Kremlin w The chief scheduled business adoption of directives for the Unions 196670 economic Development plan The unan 2 riounced business that is expect ited to attract Uie most atten will be comment by the par first secretary Leonid I Brezhnev on his predecessors Stalin and Nikita S r Khrushchev Ji N Viet Representative Top US officials attach great Gripbrtahce to the fact that Viet Nam is being rep presented at this weeks Soviet party meeting by one of the chief policymakers Binder President Ho Chi Minh The mission to Moscow of the North Vietnamese Communists Ieader Le Duan could have a Significant bearing on the fu Cture course of the war in Viet Nam Some European Commun i s t say privately they i Vietnamese delegation to said give serious consideration to from peace moves Johnson Mrs Gandhi WASHINGTON AP Presi dent Johnson welcomed Indias Prime Minister Indira Gandhi Monday as a good and gracious and gave assurances that the United States will back her An article in the Peking Peo iull pies Daily on the weekend pro est marches in the United Slates linked them with the re cent renewal of Negro rioting n the Watts area of Los An gles The official parly news j lucwj v iuvdijueu rziuav uv j i Northwestern University al papr describefd thfese as signs of a far mystenous opments in their struggle show Ohio highway patrolman R Wright Patterson Air Force Base near Dayton He reported ly photographed the lights Wright Patterson is the home of the National Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Office called Project Blue Book Major Hector Quintanilla Blue Book Project officer said Its not unusual after incidents such as those in Michigan last week to get a lot of sighting reports Its a normal aftermath pattern Firemans Account In the Toledo area S u nday night a member of the Sylvania fire department furnished a lo cal radio station with a detailed account of his observations Equipped with binoculars the observer described four objects he said changed color from red to green to white They kind of look like a star when you first see them but they blink on and off he said Hynek said at his Evanston III home Sunday that his con clusion that two Michigan sight ings probably were swamp gas applied only to the sightings reported in the Hillsdale and Dexter area Several observers said they felt the explanation was inad equate Sheriff Douglas Harvey of Wasternaw County Ann Ar said Hynek had been in structed by Washington Thurs day to make bis report Friday although he said that same night that he had no explanation ready No Orders If I had not had an explana say pnvaieiv i n e y u i uau nor nao an expianaas rjeamnded bv believe Soviet authorities will tion I would certainly not have pvarw rip rai HP Zmake an effort to persuade the manufactured one Hynek I was under no orders produce something or else what I want The lights over Wisconsin ichigan and Ohio were d e scribed as glowing green1 red and white bright red a high rate of speed Probe Asked R Ford efforts to problems solve Indias great In a White House welcoming ceremony Mrs Gandhi re sponded that India and the Unit ed States should not take each other for granted or allow rela tions to drift Together she said we can make the world a better place in which to live Mrs Gandhi flew to Washing I ton by helicopter from the re stored Colonial capital of Wil Va where she had a quiet night Johnson and Mrs Gandi were to confer at the White House on practical questions of peace friendship with Pakistan and Indias economic problems and social PUBLISHER DIES EUSTIS Fla AP George Ward Linn 82 long time pub lisher of Linns Weekly Stamp News and a widely known philatelist died Sunday MUSCULAR ACHESPAINS Take PRUVO tablets when you wont temporary relief from minor aches and pain often associated with Arthritis Rheu matism Bursitis Lumbago Backache and Painful Muscu lar Aches Relieve these dis comforts or your money back On Salt at Cal Miller Drug W 4th Waterloo their appearances into Ohio and Wisconsin The reports of sightings limited for nearly two weeks to r southern Michigan came from some 100 miles north in MichiAeeiicv fans thumb district across Lake Michigan at Green Bay Hndin J uuumg ivnitocmauveb Ul m Wis and south near Toledo and than 40 countries attended Dayton Ohio As before there explanation Swamp Gas TOKYO AP Rod China all tiie basic problems which gave encouragement Monday to plague Americanot only war he United but poverty unemployment Viet Nam inflation oppression of the Ne war paying the protests were gro people denial of intellec only prelude tc still tual freedom and total commer American cializafion of human life 0 US officials in Washington The Chinese staged their own were unable to identify the rally in Peking Sunday to supspeaker immediately port the American peoples demonstrations in States against the movements people North Viet Nam also said the struggle against US imperialrallies showed a growing anti K aggression in Viet Nam war feeling in the United States The North Vietnamese Commu list party paper Nhan Dan ipoke of a common struggle by signs of a farreaching place in the Marching Ahead that the newborn America is marching forward the article said These words echoed the line of the principal speaker at the Peking rally Liao Chengchin vice chairman of the China Peace Committee Peking radio quoted him as saying that the Chinese admire and firmly sup port the antiwar movement in the United States This once again demon strates that on the Viet Nam question the American people stand on the side of the Viet namese people and not on the side of the US government Liao said That the broad masses of the American people h a v arisen against the imperialism of their own country is some ihing unprecedented in United States history It is a new phenomenon arising on the American horizon American Friend Another speaker identified as Nancy Milton an American eral judge issued a temporary restraining order Monday pro libfting the AFLCIO Brother hood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen from going on strike Thursday T me ibi was IUL uy Judge Alexander Holtzoff said Communist terrorism Sundaj hearings will be held next Monwhen a mjne ripped apart a bu day on the firemens argument en route from Tam Kv to the that a federal arbitration award viljage of Ly Tin eliminating some 17000 jobs is northeast of Saigon Seven civil not effective after it expires at ians were killed The coasta US France Begin NATO Talks PARIS AP The United and France Mnday be the Vietnamese and American peoples to defeat the US im perialist aggressors Useless Death It goes without saying that the American people cannot fold their arms while their kith and kin are being forced by US ruling circles into a use less death the paper said Similar demonstrations were held during the weekend in sev eral foreign centers as well as in a score of cities across the United States Issues Order Prohibiting Rail Strike Viet Continued with the ouster of a junta mem ber Lt Gen Nguyen Cao Thi as commander of the northern WASHINGTON AP A lst CorPs alea 18 day ago Buddhist leaders turned the initial resentment in the northern provinces into a broad er attack on the government Terrorisms The 1st Corps was hit by nev Court Continued ix men three of them merrv ers of the Ku Kux Klan Foufr Opinions Four separate opinions were iled in the Penn case Two in olved partial dissents One was written by Justice John M Har an and the other by Justice Villiam J Brennan Chief Jus ice Earl Warren and Justice Villiam 0 Douglas joined in Brennans opinion The fourth pinion was by Justice Tom C lark who was joined in he oncurrence with the majority iy Justices Black and Fortas Ruling on Appeals In Mondays cases the cour uled on Justice Department appeals asking that a pair ol 870 laws be declared applica le in federal efforts to prose ute in instances of anticivi ights terrorism Two U S District Court midnight Wednesday The railroads asking for a permanent injunction to prohibit a strike against some 200 lines will argue that arbitration award should remain in effect until changed by agreement un der procedures of the Railway Labor Act Union attorney Joseph Rau said he will goto the Court of Appeals in an attempt to dis solve the restraining order New Turkey President Is Named 4vau ISTANBUL Turkey AP friend was quoted as saying Parliament declared the office the antiwar movement is the president vacant Monday and key which is beginning to open chose Gen Cevdet Sunay 66 to the way to clearer analysis of fill the post Sunay a political moderate who resigned as chief of the armed forces general staff and retired from the army in antici pation of his selection re places President Cemal Gursel 70 He is the fifth president since Turkey became a republic in 1923 the fourth hold the post general to He was elected by secret bal when U S forces in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization are expected to leave France Parliament heard a Tli n ns The Air Force has given me tr Ba1 told newsraen after the full responsibility to r e 1 e a s e 35minute meeting T medical report prepared by 38 doctors saying Gursel is mental ly and physically incapable of resuming his duties He is suf fering from arteriosclerosis and thrombosis and has been in a coma for 49 days after a series of strokes He was brought home Saturday from Wash ington where he had been under treatment at Walter Reed Hos We had a discussion of the pitai Doctors said there was no situation m Viet Nam and rehope for his recovery rpnt in tVia r US Undersecretary of State George W Ball met with For the Air force to eign Minislcr Maurice Couve de cnmPTninfT nr nlrrt T Murville at the Foreign Minis cent developments in the NATO alliance Asked if a timetable for with Sunay is the mold of most of his predecessors in the presi dency beginning with France had been brought up Ball said We discussed a number of only one president since then who was not a general Celal called for a congressional investigation o f the situation stating many Michigan residents feel the inci dents are sufficient to justify some action by our govern ment Speaking on the radiotelevi sion program Face the Na tion Ford said Bring out these witnesses from the Air Force and the National Aero nautics and Space Administra tion have them interrogated by members of the House or Senate committee let them put their records on the line Let the peo ple who have allegedly seen these objects come and testify BRITISH EXECimVET DIES LONDON AP Sir Rich ard Costain 64 head of a large group of British construction companies died Saturday the French government so far as the timing on the carrying out of the intentions they have expressed He declined further comment Two ExNazis Face Mass Murder Trials Bayar and he was ousted and and Mrs Fred Knudsen sent to prison after an army revolt in 1960 Gursel succeeded Sunday in a garage where h him FIREMAN DIES FORT DODGE AP Fire ucr wao man Tom Schleuger 24 died monoxide Sunday while helping battle a smouldering fire in a large old residence The four familie MUNICH Germany AP Iiving in the house escaped un Two former Nazi police officilinJured Schleuger svas overcome als went on trial Monday on bv and failed to respond charges of aiding and abetting fo artificial respiration u the 1939 mass murder of 349 Polish intellectuals near Byd goszcz Jakob Loelgen 69 a former police inspector and Horst Ei chler 55 a technician are ac cused of supervising the execu tions as part of an extermina tion campaign ordered by Hitler and Elite Guard leader Heinrich Himmler and open area is the center of widening JS Marine pacification efforts Asks More North Viet Bombings WASHINGTON AP Dormer Rep Walter H Jud alled Monday for steppedu bombings of North Viet Nam t reduce Ho Chi Minns capacit 0 kill South Vietnamese peo pie In testimony before the Sen ate Foreign Relations Comrnit lee he also urged continued iso lation as well as containment Red China Judd said that to recogniz Communist China and drop op position to its admission to th United Nations as previous wi nesses have proposed woul give it a smashing and wholl unnecessary victory fron which all free Asia would suffer Judd called for the bombir of war plants power plants o ianks and whatever is impor tant to North Viet Nams prose ution of the war Why not openly announce t North Viet Nam and the world list of military targets that ar to be destroyed sometim in the next few weeks o months he asked He s a i that Ho Chi Minhthe Norf Viet Nam leader could get hi people out of those plants an away from the areas We dont want to kill Nort Vietnamese people Judd said We want only to reduce hi apacity to kill South Vietnam se people There would b criticism But the cheers in ou cuantry and around the worl For such action would make th jeers sound pretty feeble FUMES FATAL COUNCIL BLUFFS AP Robert Knudsen 17 son of Mr ounci Bluffs was found dea was working on a car with th engine running and the garag doors closed Authorities sai tie was poisoned by carbo EASTER CARDS AND GIFTS WITH REAL MEANING CEDAR BOOK STORE 614 WATERUOO SICKROOM DEATHS MRS ESTHER BROWN Mrs Esther Brown 70 of Seattle Wash a former Wa lerloo resident died Sunday at her home of a heart attack Lo cal funeral arrangements are pending DANIEL L STEFFENEY Funeral arrangements are pending at Locke funeral home for Daniel L Steffcney 77 of 1103 Vine St who died of car cinoma at p m Sunday at Woodlawn Convalescent Home A parish rosary will be recited at the funeral home at 8 p m Tuesday Mr Steffeney who was i member of StJohns Catholic Church was born in Sharon Pa May 14 1888 to James am Mary Steffeney He married Bessie L Henkle in Waterloo on April 19 1919 and was engaged in farming until his retirement in 1951 Preceded in death by his par ents he is survived by his widow two sons Donald o The Weather WATERLOO Variable cloud ness Monday night and Tues day not so cold Monday night ow 24 High Tuesday 42 cloudines and warmer Mondoy night cnd In joulh portion Tues day Lows Monday night 2025 north 2530 south Hioris Tuesday In the 40s north and Ms south Outook lor Wednesday moslly sunny ond mild Sunrise Tuesday Sunstt WATERLOO TEMPERATURES Hfgh Sunday olllclal ow Sunday official 7 a m olllclal Monday 9 a m official Monday II a m official Monday 1 p m official 3 i m downtowi High year ago Low year ogo Precipitation 3UII3 UUUcUU U udges dismissed indictments Traer and Leland of 2014 cear against the 23 accused persons uling the 1870 laws may be view St a daughter Mrs lharles Tragord of 208 Rose Aiaguiu ut iUO used only in conspiracies to bud Ave 10 grandchildren and deny federally created rights two grcat grandchildren and not where crimes such as murder are involved One of the 1870 laws makes it i felony punishable by up to 10 in prison and a 5000 ine to conspire to injure or in ROBERT A LONERGAN JR Funeral services for a formei Waterloo resident Robert A onergan Jr 52 will occur a 9 a m Wednesday in the timidate citizens exercising Church of St Joseph in Wes heir constitutional rights The SL Paul MinnListoe Wald i i other law makes it a misde meanor punishable bv one vear cliarge of arrangements mirr in prison and fine for law officers to engage in such con spiracies Hughes No Extra School Aid DBS MOINES UP G o v Mr Lonergan died of a hear attack in his home in St Pau at pm Sunday He was born Jan 31 1914 a Reinbeck to Robert and Ann f ltl ni juicing bull uonergan and was graduated two brothers and five sisters rom the University of Iowa in Funeral services will be owa City He married Helen Brown of Waterloo in 1947 Mr Lonergan who served the Rt Rev Msgr John Fischer our years in the Army during pastor officiating Rosary serv World War II resided in Wacies will be at the Oppold fu erloo before becoming an acneral home on Tuesday at 3 count representative for Interpm by the Legion of Mary Harold Hughes said Monday no national Business Machines in pm by the Parish and Tnwa srhnni Hcfit Bismarck N D and St Paul Rosary guild and at 8 pm by for 20 years the Catholic Daughters of Preceded in death by a sisAmerica Iowa school district is getting more money from school aid funds now being distributed than it ordinarily would The State Department of Pub lic Instruction began distribut ing funds totaling Monday more than a month ahead of the usual mailing date State officials said the checks were being mailed out early to alleviate financial difficulties of schools running short of funds Delay in payment of property taxes which has been blamed on litigation arising from the State Tax Commissions at tempts to charge assessments has caused a shortage in some school districts Recommendation Hughes told a news confer ence the decision to pay school early was made last Wednesday at the recommenda tion of State Comptroller Mar vin Selden The governor said Selden did not specify which school dis tricts were facing financial prob lems or how serious they were Ordinarily the first half of state aid is paid to school dis tricts May 1 and the last half Nov 1 The current payment is being made on the basis of for every claimed The 1965 legis lature hiked the annual appro priation for general aid from to Payments are based on stu dent average daily attendance A total of 458 districts which In addition 505 nonhigh school ADVERTISEMENT 301 WZST FIFTH IOWA Hours 2333002 ASK FOR FREE CATALOG Call Us for Hospital Equipment Rentali for Your Home Well Hospital RETAIL STORES OPEN TONIGHT TIL F M BtLTONE The Way to BETTER HEARING Is Through This Door Priceless Protection tor Your Most Precious Possession YOUR HEARING See HOVT or DOROTHY Certify coring Aid Audiologisti EELTONE Hearing Aid Center 700 Block Bldg Waterloo Iowa 2324646 1 WE ARE LOCAL Been wailing winter to beautify your home with new siding and roofing Then see our vinyl plastic tiding complete with aluminum trim for the whole house NffVFR PAINT AGAIN ASSOCIATED HOME IMPR 1000 Jeffenon phont 2340989 MEMBER BLACK HAWK COUNTY SIDING ASSN Worry of FALSE TEETH Slipping or Irritating by loose false teeth slipping dropping or wobbling when you eat talk or laugh Just FASTEETH on your pleasant Powder givds a remarkable sense of added comfort and security by holding piatcs more flrmly No ummy gooey pasty taste home of St Paul is ii THE DAILY RECORD IN BRIEF 43 46 34 39 Trace CEDAR RIVER STAGE Mondoy noon 3795 Normal fii owo Public Service Co gagge Illinois She was married Frank J Weber on April to 29 Fire Alarms Sunday o m lo rear of iycomore on fire had been removed from Apt 2 D H Anderson occuponf Caused by cigarette Total o mallrcss no loss to building Sunday p m Inhalalor and boot o east end ol Park Avt bridge Molor on boal ovvticd by Dennis Emery lilO St slolled above dam Boal from shore by ski rope unlll pulled isnortt by molor boat owner unknown Births Reported Allen Metntrlal LENTZKOW Mr dnd 31S Vinton a boy TJABERLING Mr and Mrs Richard Apllngton o boy FOLKERS Mr and fffi Woyru 2H9 Independence Ave a boy St Francli MILLER Mr and Mrs Christopher K R Mo 4 Independence a girl SANDERSON Mr and Mrs Gordon E 2230 Temple a girt THEISEN Mr and Mrs Jcmei Rush a boy Scholtz Mtmorlol SHAW Mr ond Mrs Loren 3740 Bar ton Ave o boy ROSSIN Mr and Wri Hubert ffll Forest Ave a boy PALS Mr and Mrs Bruce 2121 West 3rd St a boy Divorce Petitions Filed FERCH Judy Aliens vs Dennis Al len married Jon 29 In Preston Minn She asks decree alimony ond S3 500 properly settlement Charge Cruelly end adultery DRAGOJEVIC Ella Johanna vs Slevo married Feb 10 1940 In Aujusburg Ger many She asks decree custody of one minor child ond other rellel such 01 the court might grant Charge Cruelly DENTON Eddie L vs Yvonne mor rlcd Sept 3 1955 here He asks decree and or the court to determine proper custody ol tour minor children and divi sion of property Charge Cruelty BENEDICT Rose M married Jan 29 vs WUIord G here She asks 1903 at Gilberlville They farmed in the Gilberlville and Eagle Center area until retire ment in 1941 when they moved to Waterloo She was a member of St Edwards Catholic church its Rosary guild the Catholic Daughters of America and of the Legion of Mary She is sur vived by her husband three sons Paul of Route 1 La Porte City Bernard H of 407 Bour land Ave and John P of 5911 Kimball Ave five daughters Mrs Lucille Curran of 21C Palmer Drive Mrs William Vo gel of Rt 3 Cedar FallsMrs f 1WJ4 ne oromea occree Charge Cruelty Margaret Bovy of Rt 4 Water NEUENKIRCH severiy 23 irom Louie loo Mrs Vic Gearhart of 203 v im here She Hawthorne Ave and Betty a home 28 grandchildre 24 great grandchildren She was preceded in death by her parents one daughter Monica in 1949 an infant son decree custody ol two minor children household goods 1940 mode car such olher property as Ihe courl may grant and an restraining defendant Irom molesting her Charge Cruelly Divorces Granted McCALCUM Clarence 58 Irom Nora 58 Married Dec 12 1943 in Raymond He ti granted decree Charge Cruelty children S25 o custody of two minor week child support and nn household goods Charge CrueJty 28 giandcmldren and FREDERICK Frances E 37 from Ken 1 nclh F 39 Married May 14 19J9 In Vumo Arlzono She is granted decree custody of two minor children 5200 o month child support cor and household goods Charge Cruelty Wednesday at am at St Edwards Catholic church with ter he is survived by hi widow two sisters Mmes Dean Noland of 1720 Hawthorne Ave and Robert Wallace of Cedar Rapids and his parents and a brother George F Lonergan all of Reinbeck ROSEMARY KRUCHEK Funeral services for Rose mary Kruchek 16 of 622 Lake side St will be at a m Tuesday at St Marys Catholic ChurchThe Rt Rev Msgr Ernest P Ament pastor will officiate Burial will be at Spill ville at 3 p m Tuesday Ro sary services will be at 8 p m Monday at the Oppold funeral home Surviving are her parents Mr and Mrs Jerry Kruchek 622 Lakeside St one brother Jo seph at home the paternal grandparents Mr and Mrs Joseph Kruchek of Ridgeway the maternal grandparents Mr and Mrs Frank Samec Sr of Ridgeway and several uncles and aunts PETER ROBERT Peter Robert 86 of the Ellis Hotel formerly of Dunkerton died at a m Monday at St Francis Hospital of heart trouble Funeral arrangements are pending at OKeefe Towne funeral home MRS FRANK J WEBER Mrs Frank J Weber 83 of 1325 Kimball Ave died at am Monday at her home of operate fourjear high schools complications incident to ad will receive general state aid vanced age Elizabeth Nisius was born on RAY R DESERANO Funeral services are planned for a m Wednesday at St Marys Catholic Church for Ray R Deserano 71 of 750 Ansborough Ave who died at p m Sunday at University Hospitals in Iowa City of uremia and complications of a stroke He had been a patient at the hospital for three weeks and ill for some time Friends may call at Kearns Dykeman Chapel after 2 p m Tuesday Mr Deserano was born on May 7 1894 in Dyngine Bel gium He came to the United States and settled in Michigan in 1914 He moved to Waterloo in 1930 He was employed as a ma chinist for Woodring and Wise Machine Shop until illness forced his retirement Mr Deserano married Verne M Miller on September 14 1953 in Clinton Surviving are two sons Ray mond Deserano 520 Grand Blvd Evansdale and Arthur of 420 Gilbertville Rd Evans dale one daughter Mrs Ra chael Launsberry of Michigan two stepsons George Miller of Phoenix Ariz and Cecil Miller of 1308 Riehl St three step daughters Mrs Betty Gonzales of 1610 State St Cedar Falls Stokes of 161 Falls and GOP Raps Hughes on State Funds DES MOINES Hi Republi cans snapped back Monday at Democratic Gov Harold Hughes assertion that talk of surplus state funds was a tempest in a teapot State GOP Chairman Robert D Ray said it was no minor matter that lowans must pay lump sum 1965 state income taxes while having 1966 taxes withheld from their paychecks He said Republican legislators tried to stop increased taxes in the last session but were stopped by the Democratic ma jority Joseph G Bertroche Des Moines lawyer seeking the GOP nomination for attorney general criticized Hughes for not adopt ing Bertroches plan to recoup expenses of a special tax refund session by raising the 4 per cent ceiling on interest paid for state bank deposits He said the governors refusal to call a special session to re turn part of collected income taxes should clearly demon strate to lowans that the Demo crats in state office subscribe to the position that the state no longer exists for the people but that the people exist for the state Kathleen Olson of 645 Kirk wood Ave Also surviving are 24 grandchildren and two great grandchildren He was preceded in death by his parents Gold has not usetf In Uriled SlolM coins since 193J ADVERTISEMENT districts and 16 public commuApril 20 1882 the daughter of nity or juniorcolleges quality Frank and Margaret Nisuis in for the aid LEV1 BROS DIAMONDS WATCHES Finest QuatityNewesf Sfylcs of WHOLESALE PRICES to MOOO Fully Guaranteed LEVI BROS 306 East 4th St Since 1908 Beautifully Appointed and Air Conditioned annmg develop he utmost Keeping always in irt the moans of oii A wonder drug for heartburn A stomach specialist has tested a tablet so effective it can well be called a wonder drug No bigger than a penny this pill will neutralize Ihe hot acid that causes heartburn better even than leading prescriptiontype antacids In tests at a famous medical center it beat every leading antacid tested What is this wonder drug tor heartburn TUMS The penny tablet you think is a candy mint really is best medicine you can buy for heart burn TUMS The medicine hard to believe till you take i ANNIVERSARY CORNER March 27 Mr and Mrs Martin Schweer Rcadlyn 11 vr Mr ond Mn Lyle Waterloo 25 yten March 28 Mr and Mn George Plotf Eldoro 49 ytaft March 29 Mr and Mrs Affrcd Meyer Parkcrsburg 31 v Mr and Mrs Henry DC Berg Grundy Center 27 years March 30 Mr and Mrs Ernest Neuendorf Woverly 34 Mr and Mrs Cloir Rau Oclwein 34 Y Mr and Mrs Roland Siefkens Wctlsburg April 1 Mr and Mrs Rucl Shepord Waterloo 26 Mr and Mrs Emil Stumme Waterloo 10 April 2 Mr ond Mrs Edmund Ommen Sumncr35 n H your anniversary date is be tween April 3 ond April 9 inclusive mail us your card to reach us by Thursday March Jl Winners will be announced Monday April A Previout Not yean yean are couplet whole anniversaries occur on above dotes ond who have been morricd the greofest number of veors They have won an 8x10 Autumn Gold print bv Don Lohnet 720 WEST FOURTH ST DrAJJ 23477 IS PHOTOGRAPHY   

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