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Eau Claire Leader (Newspaper) - July 28, 1968, Eau Claire, Wisconsin Obituaries 2a the eau Claire Leader eau Claire Wisconsin sunday july 28, 1968 Henry Huffcutt Chippewa Falls Henry Huffcutt 76, of 738 Herbert St., died Friday at St. Josephus Hospital. He was born March 23, 1892 in Waupaca county. In March of 1919 he married Jennie Vance. She died in 1960. Donald Hake Menomonie special Donald Hake 70. Former Menomonie resident died Friday night in his Home at Hayward. Funeral services will be held at 2 . Monday in the Goodrich funeral Home with the marriage licenses in Chippewa county Hay Butterfield new Auburn and Laurie j. Donahue Rev. Arnold a. Olson official or. Huffcutt was a member Jing. Burial will be in Evergreen Jjo j new Auburn of Trinity United methodist cemetery. Jim d. Hansen it. 3, Bloom friends May Call at the fuer and Darlene m. Harp it. Church the knights of pythias the United commercial travel neral Home from 2 ers and the Odd Fellows 2 . Monday. Survivors include one brother Glen Boyd and several Neil Jcharles Van is and nephews. Today5, Chippewa Falls. Joseph c. Rada and Diane m. Ruf both of Chippewa Gorder fails. Knights of pythias memorial. A a Der blot Fly service will be held at 7 30 iform1y 822 Evergreen St., at St. Josephus Hospital in service will be Beld at 7.j0ldied Friday it it Washington Chippewa Falls . Monday. Funeral services will be held 2 . Tuesday from the Trinity United methodist Church with the reverend John f. Wre Ford officiating. Burial will be in Prairie View cemetery. Friends May Call at the hog Seith Pederson funeral Chapel from 2 . Monday until la . Tuesday and then at the Church. Mrs. Mary Gaffney Stanley Mary Gaffney 71, of Stanley died suddenly saturday morning at her Home. She was born in Hecla . On Jan. 3, 1897. She graduated from the Hecla High school in 1915 and Clark College in Dubuque Iowa in 1921. She taught school in Tyndall . For two years i aug. 21, 1923 she married Arthur Gaffney. They resided in Minneapolis for one year before moving to Stanley. Mrs. Gaffney was a member of St. Mary a Catholic Church St. Theresa Scircle Catholic women a club of which she was past president and the Victory memorial Grey ladies. Survivors Are her husband five sons Joseph Sun Prairie William Delmont a. Robert Deforest wis. Arthur Waukesha and Michael. Sun Prai Rie one daughter mrs Home a Blacksmith and Wagon maker in Early life or. Van Gorder was later employed at the uniroyal Plant retiring in 1944. He is survived by his widow Pearl four sons Denzil Waukesha Clark Waukegan 111. Robert Cartersville 111. And Aaron Grover City Calif. Two daughters mrs. Arthur Hotvedt eau Claire and mrs. Cecil Pilgrim Madison and to grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 1 30 . Monday from the Prock funeral Home the Rev. Lawrence Omen of Wisconsin Rural missions Chippewa Falls officiating. Burial will be i n East Thorp cemetery Thorp. Friends May Call at the funeral Home after 3 p. In Day. Or. And mrs. Keith Baughman Sheldon a daughter july 22. Or. And mrs. Larry Brown Cadott a daughter july 22. Or. And mrs. Harry Jiskra Cornell a son july 23. Or. And mrs. Edward Potter Chippewa Falls a daughter july 23. Or. And mrs. Robert Meyer Boyd a daughter july 23. Or. And mrs. Ronald Bowe mrs. John Barber Chippewa Falls a son july 24. Adoptions or. And mrs. Gilbert Nelson 3161 Monroe St., a daughter. Tammy Elizabeth born july 24. Divorce Judith Martin 22, eau Claire from Gary a. Martin 24, address unknown on grounds of to cruel and inhuman treatment she was granted support of their child. Delegates confused popular support key to Mccarthy drive convention Hall inspected Miami Beach convention Hall the site of the upcoming Republican National convention was inspected saturday by Republican National chairman Ray Bliss. With workmen a wire photo putting the final touches on the new Structure. These men gave it their approval. From left Are Miami Beach mayor Jay Dernier Ray Bliss Florida governor Claude Kirk and Duke Duckoff convention Hall manager. Deaths Downing special a mrs., Van Gorder Charles John Barber 68. A resident of 89. It. Washington Horne. Foj Rocky May use platform hearings As Battleground Downing until moving to South Range near Superior la years ago died Friday at memorial Hospital in Superior. Funeral services will be at 2 . Tuesday from the Downing methodist Church the Rev. Earl Kammerud officiating. Moloni burial will be in the Downing Hake Donald e., 70, of r Merly of Menomonie. Gaffney mrs. Mary of Stanley. Sands or. Selmer 63, for Merly of Chippewa Falls. Huffcutt. Henry e., 76, Washington a . Troops son a. Rockefeller is expected Good to use the Republican platform 7, committee hearings As his first Battleground against the a As a sure sign of the witness list to permit personal appearances Washington a two headlines in a Boston newspaper neatly diagnosed the state of sen. Eugene j. Mccarthy a presidential Campaign one month before the democratic National convention. "4 5,000 overflow Fenway Park for Mccarthy a shouted the Banner across Page 1. Quot Mccarthy confuses mass. Delegates a whispered a smaller headline on Page 23. Delegates left cold Mccarthy had captured the crowd at the Ballpark but left Many of the delegates cold after a Brief meeting. Though pledged to him by Law on the first ballot the Massachusetts delegates seemed ambivalent about the Man and his views. Like Many around he country they will be Tom Between party loyalty and what some May believe to be the popular will when it ten county employment program set Milwaukee up a $1.2 million sub contract was approved Friday to allow the state department of Industry labor and human relations to begin an Effort to stimulate employ ment and Industrial growth in to Northwestern Wisconsin counties. The Northwest concentrate the evidence of the polls is that employment program Cep he has been unable to generate Uci Hui Uci wil1 be in aus 15 with Federal popular support especially if the two funds contained in the sub con among Urban and minority comes time to nominate a presidential candidate. Mccarthy continues to lag behind vice president Hubert in Humphrey in pre convention Delegate counts. The latest associated press tally of first ballot strength gives Humphrey 727 votes Mccarthy 416, with the rest divided among favorite son candidates or uncommitted. Nomination requires 1,313 votes. Yet As candidates presumably must Gene Mccarthy expresses Confidence that he can a capture the nomination for which he has been battling since mid Winter. Quot we re not much of an underdog and id rather be in my position than in the position of the vice president right now a he insists. A a in a say our chances Are about 50-50, maybe better at this what a keeping the Mccarthy Campaign on its feet despite a haphazard under financed organization and random plan j Ning v opposition to the Vietnam War is one prop and anti Humphrey or ant administration sentiment is another. But the strongest Reed upon a which Gene Mccarthy leans is Public enthusiasm As demonstrated at the Boston rally and More importantly in National a and local polls. It is the Gallups and Harrissey that nourish Mccarthy a Hopes. For while Humphrey has an impressive Lead in delegates Nixon convention drive the hearings opening monday in Miami Beach will foreshadow of Chippewa Falls a the sharper struggle on the con measures Are necessary Barber mrs John 68 for Ivenson a or starting one week the United states to eliminate by contrast the present re leading aspirants want them publican stance on Vietnam is quite hawkish As is that of Nixon. The gop coordinating committee the party scentral policy body Calls for Quot whatever for Sinclair Appleton 29 grand cemetery. Friends May Call at Merle of Downing in Superior later when the new York govt the Viet Cong As a military and children and six Brothers the Decamp funeral Home in Larvick Adolph. 54. Of Blackie nors forces try to capture political Force in South Vietnam Nicholas j. Stehly Anaheim Calif. Michael and ted Heck la . Or. Frank Stehly Elgin neb. Joseph Nueva Calif., and or. Charles Stehly los Angeles Calif. Funeral services will be held at la . Wednesday from St. Mary a Catholic Church with the Rev. Donald Berg officiating. Burial will be in St. Mary a Catholic cemetery. Friends May Call at the Plom Bon funeral Home from i . Tuesday until the time of the service. The Parish Rosary will be recited at 8 . Tuesday. Glenwood City monday evening. River Falls. Another service will be monday Dokkestul Ole. 71 422 n afternoon at the Downs funeral Barstow St., eau Claire Chapel in Superior. _ mrs. Barber born in Down a ii.i.l�. Ing in 1900, is survived by her ova Rny a s Mother husband a daughter mrs. To taken to Hospital land Rutzen. Wentworth wis. New Richmond a two grandchildren and a sister 7 mrs. Florence Mchenry of Menomonie. Delegates from former vice a appeasement merely Multi president Richard m. Nixon. Plies the risks of general War a Vietnam Issue the coordinating committee has. I tract. An estimated 1.000 will be groups enrolled in the project. A just a wis in pm Coupe celebrates Plov ment service offices in Ash 7?rr/ Anniv fir Khz to land. Superior and Ladysmith. \ the program will seek to Menomonie special a Sun place those ready for jobs pro Day dinner at the Home of a vide Basic education and Indus Nice today will Honor the 73rd rial training including on the wedding anniversary of or. And Job training and assist in mov mrs g jaco5s 1216 sixth ing enrollees elsewhere if need c. Madison up guidelines de a the dinner will be hosted by conduct code for state u. Students set some now predict that Rocke stated even though it has Given for student conduct carrying the to counties have had in Iriny Inho hmm Feller will choose Vietnam poli its Blessing to the Paris peace Penaluer up to expulsion of i employment rates of six per cent of j a Vei Aat of head predicts end of subsidies mrs. Anna Knowles 93, Mother of gov. Warren p. Knowles icy As his prime Issue hoping to talks. Ride with the tide of Public disillusionment Over the Long and bloody War. Rockefeller already has made both relations were adopted f riday or More in the last three years.,. Or ,. For the nine state 20 to 48 Der cent of t h tendm8 1 0 nieces m is. Platform foundation the system s Board of regents dp0d ii inc in the area had in Agnes Aust no and mrs. Get As a my my committee have endorsed this after a trial period. A the a k a Kwiw ot1 mrs. Jacobs who will be 94 on. A major bid for Dove for observation sat two weeks ago he or loosed a Sorne committee groups a. no. I 6 v a foreign and will re. The rules Are finalized q. Are in fact expected to be the Are the trial period foundation of the 1968 platform two regents objected to the urday in holy family Hospital four stage plan for peace. Fea i Aiea Enis a in a Quot a it in recommend any changes,.0 Etc built her physician or. Louis Weis-1 hiring a pullback of troops by do i ctr a finalized Park Falls Adolph Larvick Black River Falls special a Adolph Larvick. 54, director of the Western Dairy land economic Opportunity office for Jackson county died Friday at a Madison Hospital. Or. Larvik in failing health the past two months had entered the Hospital for a checkup and suffered a fatal heart attack while hospitalized. He had undergone heart surgery i n Madison several years ago. A native of Pigeon Falls or. Larvick had lived Here since 1933. He operated restaurants from 1944 until retiring in 1961, and had held office in the state restaurant operators association. He is survived by three sons Kenneth Madison j f f r y. Sparta and James Sheboygan two daughters mrs. Al Smith. Sparta and Kay in Illinois five Sisters mrs. Erwin Worth Madison mrs. Helmer Johnson Osseo mrs. Ole eng void Mauston mrs. Ervin Kwas. Milwaukee and mrs. Lester tomter Black River Falls and five grandchildren. Funeral services will be held monday at 2 pm. From the evangelical lutheran Church the Rev. T. A. Rykken officiating. Burial will be in Riverside cemetery. Friends May Call at the Lan Glois Galston funeral Home this afternoon and evening. Blacksburg a. A the president of the american farm Bureau federation pre for water programs dieted Friday that the governments program of Price supports and subsidies to Farmers will be discontinued within five years. Charles b. Shuman said Quot the whole Structure is about to he declared that Quot regardless of who is elected president the Broad said he did not know both sides an International Mili How Long mrs. Knowles would tary Force to serve As a Buffer remain in the Hospital. And the withdrawal of 75.000 but Rockefeller and Nix University established penalties protectionist policy of farm sup Leonard seeks need for Revenue sharing communications to ,. N a r Hospital. Jacobs noted his 94tn birthday july 13. The two mar ried in 1895, Are lifelong residents of Menomonie. Their present Home is located a few blocks from the House Jacobs was born in while his father area schools set opening Alma Center teachers was employed by Knapp Stout United school District no. 3 and company rafting logs Down of Alma Center Humbird and the red Cedar River to Downs on have reserved the right to go saying the courts should handle a a Center beyond the committee positions Campus troublemakers. And Rockefeller in particular. Regent Allan Edgarton fond is of la Daphne United school District no. 3 and company rafting logs Down Lino is head of the 100-member handled by the courts. A a1a Center Humbird a platform committee has told a we May be dealing with i Merri iian will att a a Vork v1,. F ,., reporters he Hopes for a Quot reason those who Are advocating Vio Ishop. August 22 23 he to Jacobs a former Brick Yard ably Short platform Quot phrased Jence or the overthrow of the orientation for seventh and worker Farmer and lumber in rather pungent he said adding the Grad is scheduled aug Man retired in 1954. By United press International i a delays and fiscal Ham,.� of the hearings win last through faculty should not be involved ust 23 at students must up Nonh cd r t fiscal hangups of thursday followed by closed in emotional issues provide their own the need for a Revenue Shar this nature Are a major reason hrs aft the Hnz ii mint in Chou Jidi issues. Lounts who Roncin intr system is shown by a plans who t Helios the tyrant for sessions t0 Dratt the document. A i dont think we should try lion. A. A j. A a a a a neither Rockefeller nor Nixon to substitute any court system ji16 first Ojida it a of school for goop no Eccl a it it Wiki veto list of witnesses for the official court system of All students will be August 26 for one thing it is too Derris Leonard. Bayside said Revenue s h a ring program a Alth?.ugh of c?.l.if?r Wisconsin a Edgarton said. School will begun at 8 30 .t for a a Warren Barbers has been Shuman whose organization saturday. Leonard said. Lit re to in Mew an i Regent James Solberg me and will end at 3 30 . Our appointed eau Claire c o u n t v represents 1.7 million Farmers Leonard a Republican Candi Federal funds would thus be form or Minn Nar us do Folk to one the is 8rades l-2. The morning a Republican chairman by t h said the Hope of the Farmer lies Dale for the . Senate told returned to states without re h a to abolishment 01 a due process Sion for kindergarten starts at party executive committee to in organizing for contractual the federation of Wisconsin Lake Striction As to use he said 1itu&Quot the campuses. 8 30 and ends at 11 15 while the replace Marshall Hughes who marketing instead of raising property owners associations i which would a allow our state pop ii t reservations As to afternoon session starts at 12 45 resigned to become a candidate what the government tells him in Oshkosh Congress has approx government to determine its Hal fint of bpm a whether student rights can be and ends at 3 30. Parents of for the second District Assem what the government tens Nim la a and there Are plenty of gaps in adequately protected in a Lay kindergarten students will be Bly seat in the november elec procedure a Solberg said. T he mail in which tin he raises what he can explained sell he printed Little More than half theion priorities in the expend $600 million authorized for Fis Ture of Federal revenues collect or. Selmer Sands Chippewa Falls or. Selmer k. Sands 68. A former Chippewa Falls resident of Pontiac mich., died suddenly Friday morning in Pontiac. He was born july 26, 1900 in Chippewa Falls and attended the local schools. He graduated from Marquette University and practice density in Michigan. He is survived by his wife two sons seven grandchildren a sister Anna Sands Chippewa Falls and a brother Albert Sands Rock Island 111. Funeral services twill toe held in Pontiac monday. Venus May have Mountain chains Washington up two radar astronomers reported evidence saturday that the face of Venus May be disfigured by Mountain chains pitted by craters or pimples by Boulder Fields. Because of its dense cover of Cal 1967 and 1968 in the Federal de from Wisconsin taxpayers water Quality act. Jay Schwartz a democratic ready and Able candidate for attorney general Quot Wisconsin communities Are ready and Able to use every Penny of Federal assistance to which they Are entitled under this Law a he said. Demand for teachers High Solberg a wonder if it be in the hands of the Regent David Bennett port said saturday night the other age Faid discipline a Abas Trad three democratic candidates1 Madison a the univer a f0&Quot? ,h��,, m have not spoken about the is sity of Wisconsin s teacher a a a h it i. Black River Falls Spe placement Bureau is weathering to a Edn off Cia it heavy Rains late Fri said nothing a Rob to Heideman by it Kwi he a a Quot it a a Quot Abe Damn cry to i i Curtin a Bennett said storm damages Hurley construction project Hurley apr a senior Citi Clouds or smog Venus appears1 Zens housing project under con to Telescope viewers to be auction was badly damaged perfectly smooth Globe. Friday night during a beef but but radar pulses dispatches severe ram storm it companies from a 210-foot Antenna at by winds in excess of 50 to 60 Goldstone Calif., have penetrate Miles per hour. De the planets shining veil and most of the wooden Wall Ney general revealed three areas of rugged frames were blown Down. An i cann0j Robert Schwartz told Rock county Bureau director said Friday party members his opponents Heideman estimated the by have said nothing to show. Why they should be elected to Public office. Schwartz said he has spent notified by mail As to which lion session their child will attend. The committee also a n bounced that party Headquarters for the Campaign have i been opened at 101 s. Barstow St. The county party and the Chippewa Falls Republican club will jointly sponsor a Booth age to a building under conf. Northern Wisconsin District fair at Chippewa Falls heavy Rains damage Black River building go to the polls terrain in a Region covering Gelo Luppino whose firm is sub in november with a no plat 160.000 Square Miles of Venus a contracting the project Esti form and no candidates a he Northwest face. Mated damage at $40,000. Isaid. The discovery was reported. By drs. Richard m. Goldstein and Shal hav Zohar of the National aeronautics and space administrations Jet propulsion Laboratory at Pasadena Calif. Reau will handle about 90.000 r f h next by requests for teachers from institutions this year up engum million less than rec from last year s 74,000. Commended. More time in the state supreme the number of teachers using package which must be1 court than the three other can the Bureau is also increasing approved by the coordinating dilates combined has spent 2,700 so far this year. I Young Quot 0i higher pad cation More time in trial courts and Heideman said there is a includes faculty increases aver More time As an assistant actor shortage o applications in Spe aging 19.6 or cent or about Ciali Zed areas such As Industrial ,$900 annually per faulty Mem education and special education Ber. Universities director eur and a surplus of social studies Gene r. Mcphee said. The regents also endorsed a Striction Here. A $13 1 million faculty pay in an estimated four. Inches of by. August 4 the i minion to acuity pay rain co a d three of he four Booth will be located in the in at dust rial arts building Walls of the foundation Laid 2nd and Fillmore streets for Coop credit unions new office building. In addition dirt toe said used to Shore up the Walls was a a washed away and tons of a receives Ter flooded the completed base Durand ment. Party candidates will also appear at the fair the commit and physical education instructors. People hoarding Silver Canadian Coin shortage grows Ole Dokkestul Ole Dokkestul 71, 422 n. Bartow St., eau Claire died saturday afternoon at Luther Hospital following an Auto Accident Friday. Funeral arrangements will be made by Stokes and son funeral Chapel. Senate oks measure Vancouver . A % n a i j who a hoarding All the Canadian to enlarge badlands dimes and quarters Washington apr a Bill that a what the Banks the stores and everyone else would like to know As the shortage of Canadian coins seems to grow Day by Day. Canada and Switzerland Are the Only two countries still using Silver for coins and the Royal Canadian mint in Ottawa will switch from Silver to pure Nickel coins aug. I. Can to keep up meanwhile however the mint can to keep up with the demand for Silver coins. Some people Are hoarding the dimes and quarters because of the value of the journal also quotes an the Silver in them and some a unidentified sergeant of the patently Are being smuggled to Royal Canadian mounted police to enlarge the badlands National Monument in South Dakota and resolve a longstanding dispute Over land ownership in the same Region was approved by the Senate saturday. The Bill now goes to the White House. In addition to adding 133,300 acres to the Monument t h measure makes provision for repurchase by their former government 25 years ago for a gunnery Range. The United states. It is illegal to melt Canadian coinage in Canada and there Are limits on the amount of coins that can be taken out of the country. It is not illegal however to melt the coins in the United states and the Oregon journal quotes an investigator at the Ca Nadian customs office in Vancouver As saying Quot we had reports that dealers Here had been carrying Large volumes of Silver coins into the United states and we found it was quite at Vancouver As saying there have been three recent seizures of coins with a total Worth of More than $325,000�?from per sons going from Canada to the United states. Canadian quarters and dimes made in the last year have 50 per cent Silver Content. Before that coins had 80 per cent Silver. With the Silver Price around $2.50 an ounce a Coin expert says Silver in a 25-cent piece is Worth 37.5 cents a 50-cent Coin 75 cents and a Silver Dollar $1.50. The pay hike came under Sharp criticism from Marshall Wick. Eau Claire a spokesman for the association of Wisconsin state University faculties. Wick charged the pay plan would leave faculty members near the Bottom on salary Scales in a six state area both in salaries and fringe benefits. Quot the results could be disastrous a Wick warned. Mcphee said the staff would oppose further cuts by the legislature. In other action the regents approved a $22.7 million dormitory construction program designed to fill the needs of 1970. Included in the program Are 2,350 conventional dormitory units and 5,050 apartment Type units. Dorm rooms rent for about $800 a year including meals and apartments rent for about $550, meal service not included. Father backs car kills girl in state Hancock wis. Up Linda sue Val Bede i Vernon tex., was killed saturday when a car being backed out of a driveway by her father Fili Man 36, struck her. The child whose parents Are migrant workers was killed instantly of head injuries. The Accident happened on the Howard Williams farm near this Washara county Community. Degree Cal Holland Durand. Received his master of science degree july 13 at Winona i state College. I he now plans to teach Art in the Durand schools. Bird of Paradise headdresses Are status symbols among new Guinea highlanders. Need a hearing Aid was has the Jem for information or appointment write or Call Beltane 307 so. Barstow eau Claire phone 8321181 the eau Claire Leader published every morning except monday Al eau Claire wit. 54701. Entered As 2nd class matter at the Post office. Eau Claire under the aet of Congress of March i 1879. By mail in Wisconsin within 150 Miles of eau Claire year $14.00, 6 Mon is $7.50 by Carrier in eau Claire Weic soc. Tired to Cook Chicken unlimited 1410 s. Hastings Way across from red owl phone 834-6688

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