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WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 9, 1972 fa*gE 6, SECTION 4 (Joint Services Set Obituaries for Accident Victims BELOIT Joint funeral serv- Richard Reese, 58, ices for Mrs. William Keller, 36, Raymond Streber Dies at His Home National Hot Line for Tips on Drug Pushers Started KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. on A heroin hot line was opened Friday to take telephone calls from private citizens' with tips and leads on heroin street pushers and i the Florida White House announced. The toll-free direct telephone calls are the latest effort by the jand her mother, Mrs. Flostelle Waller, 57, who were killed Fri-I day in a car-truck accident near I Juda, will be at 1:30 p.m.

Tues day in the Rosman-Uehling-Kin- zer Funeral Home. Friends may call after 7 p.m Monday. Beaver Dam Barber Hugo Bauer, 70, Dies BEAVER DAM Hugo Bauer. 70. owner and operator Bauer's Barber Shop, died Thursday (Apr.

6. 1972 at home after an apparent heart attack, Born in LeRoy, he married iErna T. Gocker in 1928 and lived in Beaver Dam for most jof his life. He was a member of St. Peter's Catholic Church, its Holy jXame Society, and the Knights of Columhus.

ft I I I 'Vf 1 Mrs. Keller, the former Ruby Hughs, was married to William Nixon Administration to crack Keller in 1951. She was employed jas a dietician at the Monroe iManor Nursing Home and was a 1 member of the First Pentecostal RAYMOND W. STREBER down on what the President has labeled public enemy No. 1 the sale and use of heroin.

Federal narcotics experts will check out and verify the hot line tips, presidential press secretary Ronald L. Ziegler said, and Church, South Beloit, 111. RICHARD REESE Surviving are her husband: Raymond W. Streber. 54.

of! Surviving are three sons. I 5714 Tonyawatha Momma, i Fred, or 1 1 a d. Tom. Richard M. Reese, 58, of 4126 'six sons, Jay, Jeffrey, Jerred, died Saturday (Apr.

8. 1972) in ajTucson. and Norman, Ge-igj-aj poult died Satur- they will be used to "track Jesse, and Joseph, all at home; and James, Beloit; and a nr. ME 'TWWWW'y'f y- 7'Z VK I si i 1 I I 4 I' vM Afvm i rw A- )i i i A i 4 Aj 5 ft. 6 ,4 I i As hospital alter an apparent heart nesco.

a foster son, day fApr 8j 1972) at home after attack. James Raymond, Beaver Jons illness. aown ana arresi nerom rusn- brother. James Hughs, Spring ers." A retired research N.C. a uieiong lauison icMuem.

iwo sisieis, Mrs. James was an expeditor for the Wis-; berger LeRoy; and Mrs. Ziegler said the callers may pher for the Bjorksten Research Mrs. waller was born in consm suppiy worp. ne marneu nose cacnnuDer, may vine; six Laboratory, he was born iniBeauford, and was em remain anonymous and "will be fully protected" to avoid reprisals against anyone who provides information and he said "all constitutional safeguards will be followed" in verifying the infor ployed as a nurse's aid at the Monroe Manor Nursing Home.

Surviving are a son, James ine iurmer mumi nausou in Dromers, L.eo. i a 1 1 a. Madison and was a member of 1944 in Madison. He was a vet- Alex, Juneau; Victor. Lacjv Queen 0f Peace Cath-eran of World War II and wasiMayville; Roman, Waupun; and 0jjC church and its Holy Name In Pearl Harbor in December, 'X and Albin, both of Society Hughs, Spring Lake, N.C; four brothers, William Ridgeway, in Florida; and Joseph, Noah, and mation received.

The hot line telephone num Rupert, all of Georgia; and 10 ber: area code 800-368-5363. mi. Me was a memoer or inejLeKoy. He als0 was a member of the Lake Edge United Church of The funeral will be at 10 a.m.Knights of Columbus, the Elks Christ and the American Le-I Monday in the church. Friends; ciub the Society of Photo-gion, of which he was a past may call after 3 p.m.

today atj graphic Scientists and Engi-commander. (the Murray Funera 1 Home', the of Profe3. Surviving are his wife: a where a parish vigil will be at 8 sionai photographers, and the daughter. Mrs. Brian (Rae)j tonight.

I Wisconsin Industrial Photosra- Calls will be accepted for that grandchildren. 2 From State Die in Automobile Crash number only in the continental United States. The hot line will be manned Lerche, Waukegan. Ill; twoj Iphers and a life member sons. Timothy and Scott, both at Nathan Loplien, 64, Armed Forces Air De.

on a 24-hour basis, seven days a AUGSBURG, Germany (UPI) week. home; a brother, John. 6C8 Monroe Realtor, Dies feme Team. The United States Armv on Ziegler said there will be no In 1943 he married Eleanore Saturday released the names of Meinholz. five members of two military Dean and one grandchild.

The funeral will be at 1.30 p.m. Tuesday in church. Friends mav call from 4 to 9 MONROE Nathan B. Cop-lien, 64, a Monroe realtor, died Friday (Apr. 7, 1972) in a hospi bounty or reward money for the tipsters.

The central location of. the hot line itself will be in Surviving are his wife; a families who died on Thursday 'daughter, Mrs. Jaafar All when the car in which they tal after a long illness. Washington, D.C., where the He married Helen I. Kittle-'Abulla.

109-A Eagle Heights: ajwere riding went out of control p.m. Monday at the Gundersonj Funeral Home, 5203 Monona! calls will be screened and the information processed and snn in inn Ha woe msmWuiii Ruharrf lira Kmpra in st ana crasnen on rnp Muniph-Ma 7. "IN of Grace Lutheran Church, the i two sisters. Mrs. Gilbert Row-i burg Autobahn.

and from noon until of services Tuesdav i passed along to local law en iVaonnc iha CU. iQ 91 Cnncot Pt ond Mrc One familv Uinpd flllt in iha Mrs. Nixon ObligesYoung Admirer forcement officials for follovviip. cnurcn Burial win oe in Kose-ithe h(s rf qj, Theodore Bast, Mazomanie; ajaecident included S.Sgt. Herbert Fellows, the Green Countvl brother, Gordon, 2402 Chamber-; Home, 24, of St.

Paul, his wife, ancer Society Realtors, and the Green County' lain and one grandchild, i Donna, 24, and their son, Scott, week to help dedicate the historic Casa del Governador. AP Wirephoto Mrs. Richard Nixon uses a young admirer's back to writer her authograph while making a quick stop in Tucson last John Winkelman Law Enforcement Assn. The funeral will be at 10:30 3 Starts Fund Drive ine otner two dead were Jonn m. vwnhei- Survivine are his wife- son man, 83.

died Saturday (Apr. 8.Jerryi Monroe; a brother, The Wisconsin Cancer Society Fred Kempfer 1972) in a Madison hospital Paula M. Kablitz, 31, and her son Ronald, 7. Mrs. Kablitz' husband, S.Sgt.

David F. Kablitz, 27, of Minoc- La Crosse; and two grandchil dren. DARLINGTON Fred Tuesday in the church. Friends may call after 4 p.m. Monday at the Joyce Funeral Home, 5701 Odana where a rosary will be said at 8 p.m.

and an Elks memorial service will be at 8:30 p.m. Burial will Ineligible Cut-Rate Mailers Cost Postal Service Money kicked off its 1972 fund-raising activities Saturday and honored some 45 persons who have been Kempfer, 79, Milwaukee, for The funeral will be at 1:30 merly of Darlington, died Fri qua, was hospitalized in serious condition. cured of cancer during the year. day (Apr. 7, 1972) in a Milwau after a brief illness.

Born in the Town of Verona, he farmed in the area until 1942. He was a Madison resident from 1946 to 1956 where he was employed as a carpenter then moved back to Verona. p.m. Monday in the Stuessy Funeral Home. Friends may call after 2 p.m.

today. Masonic WASHINGTON Thelter. At another, the privilege A military spokesman said be in Resurrection Cemetery. had been cancelled for 24 of the Postal Service is losing millions teers will be visiting homes in the accident took place shortly after dusk when Home's car Dane County trying to raise of dollars each year by allowing Anthony Post kee hospital after a brief illness. Born in Lafayette County, Mr.

Kempfer was an inspector for the A. O. Smith Milwaukee, for many years. He was a veteran of World War I. organizations.

In language far stronger than is usual for such reports, the $67,635 that has been set as the services will be at 8 tonight in the funeral home. Mrs. Doris Kroening ineligible groups to mail at red uced rates authorized for non struck a center marker, skidded across the center divider, and Anthony A. Post. 68, of 418 N.

a died Saturday profit organizations, says the slammed into an oncoming car GAO said the Postal Service should act now to review its list of nonprofit groups and revoke EDGERTON Mrs. Doris! Apr. 8, 1972) in a hospital after of the 'General Accounting Office. He was a member a brief illness. He was a member of St.

James Catholic Church. Surviving are his wife, Cath-, erine; four daughters, Mrs. Alma Bear, 1409 Pleasure Madison; Mrs. Edith McConley, 626 Pirate Island Madison: Mrs. Evelvn Wiggen, Ft.

Col- county's goal. The drive wiil last through the month. For Madison's West Side, a Crusade Day has been planned for Apr. 12. The state and county drives coincide with national Cancer United Church of Christ, driven by an Austrian.

The driver and two passengers in that car were hospitalized. the reduced-rate privileges of He was the manager of the i g. 53, died Saturday Apr. 8, 1972) in a hospital after a brief illness. The former Doris Faust was those not entitled to them.

The GAO, the investigating arm of Congress, said that in fiscal 1970 the costs of nonprofit mail exceeded revenues by $53 dry cleaning department of the Fleury's 3-F Launderrs and Theodore Walters The GAO cited the case of one unnamed educational institution Darlington. Surviving are two brothers, John and Ernest, both of Darlington. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. an Edgerton resident since 1968. Control Month.

and Mrs. aim -his. uns, wuw wa. Lieaners tor many years, from 1960 to 1968 he was associated with the engineering depart- WISCONSIN DELLS Theodore Walters. 77, died Saturday Society representatives said actually a non-eligible business league which was denied nonprofit status in 1952, granted Brum, Verona; nine grandchi -Nat-s Slper Clubi Madison Tuesday in the church.

Friends may call after 2 p.m. Monday of the State Highway! (Apr. 8, 19(2) in a Madison hos oren; ana 10 Breai-Bi cnuaui- shp wa member of this year's materials and educational instructions will focus on million. It said the Postal Service "has not collected substantial revenues to which it is entitled." AN OFFICIAL GAO report said a check of five post offices disclosed 115 organizations, pital after a long illness. it in 1955, and in 1966 had it revoked and then reinstated.

a pap test program in an ettort He was a retired custodian for at the Sharer Funeral Home, Darlington. cren- 'Trinitv Lutheran Church. retiring in 1968. The funeral wi.l be at 1:30 Surviving are two Ej. He was a veteran of World p.m.

Tuesday in St. James Lu-iward Walther. Stouehton-' andiar II and a member of St Ra- to eliminate uterine cancer. SINCE JULY OF 1966, the the Wisconsin Dells public schools. He was a member of The county crusade chairman theran Church, friends may Farris.

Madison- Cathedral and the Knights GAO said, this organization has been allowed to mail 18.1 mil whose eligibility seemed ques St. Cecilia's Catholic Church, a is James Burke, 201 Island Dr. of Columbus. Surviving are his Carl Slocum WISCONSIN DELLS Carl Slocum. 89, died Saturday Apr.

call after 4 p.m. Monday at Mrs Ha, Hendrkk. Joyce-Verona Funeral Home.j Belflit two stepdaughters. lion pieces at reduced third- veteran of World War I and a The society has put out a re- tionable. It said tnese groups mailed 71.6 million pieces of quest for volunteers.

Interested wife, the former Helen Wilson: a daughter, Mrs. Michael Crowe. Appleton; a sister, Mrs. curiai wm uc in tvWcwu Robert Brantner, Wau- mail in that period and were un 8, 1972) in an Oxford nursing monal rarK. iWha Minn and Mice rcnic class rates.

"The postage collected at the reduced third-class rates amounted to about persons should call the county unit at 2564828. dercharged at least $1.5 million. "In view of the estimated 6.1 William Endres, 4018 Lori Cir member of the American Legion. He married Clara Naber May 18. 1920, in Wisconsin Dells.

Surviving are his wife; four The family suggested lhaijKroeningf stratford; two sis- cle; a brother, August, 632 flowers be omitted and sug-fters Mrs kabdle Ndsoni New billion pieces of second-and the GAO said. "Postage at the Childhood Home of gested that memorials may be 0 n. Edward! Wilson and a grandchild third-class mail a 1 an home after a long illness. He was a retired butter maker. Surviving are his wife, Amanda; two sons, Carl and James, both of Wisconsin Dells; a sister, Mrs.

Lon Farnham, Sun City, and one grand regular third-class rates would sisters Mrs. William Martz, Mil-I made to the ch building Schroeder, Edgerton; two broth-! The fulleraI w'" be at 10 a.m. fund. ers. Jack Faust, Madison; andiTuesday in the a dra 1.

have been $660,000 a differ waukee; Mrs. Robert Perling, nually nationwide, and in view of the lack of adequate criteria for determining an organization's eligibility for reduced ence of $399,000." The GAO investigation in and jirnenos may can aner 4 p.m. I Monday at the Joyce Funeral Mis. McIpress Rites Milwaukee; Mrs. Colonel Cook, Longwood, and Mrs.

Stan- child. cluded probes at postakservice a EDGERTON The funeral: The funeral will be at 540 W. Washington jiey Ho I berg, Alma; and for Mrs. Nellie Maltpress, Tuesdav in the church the rosary wil1 be recited, brother. Al.

Princeton. centers in Chicago, New York, The funeral will be at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Fedderly postage rates, GAO believes that the amount of lost revenue could be significant nation- I at 8 p.m. Monday. Burial will Indianapolis and St.

Louis, and at a post office listed by GAO formerly of Edgerton. who diedjpriends may call after 4 p.m The funeral will be at 10 a m. Funeral Home, where friends Helen Keller Burns TUSCUMBIA, Ala. Ivy Green, the historic childhood home of Helen Keller, was heavily damaged by fire Saturday. Officials said that only a few of the furnishings were saved.

The cause of the fire had not been determined, but firemen said they believed it started in the attic of the two-story frame house. Thursday, will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at 'the Brum Funerallbe in Resurrection Cemetery. may call after 3 p.m. Monday.

wide," the report said. DESPITE POSTAL Service Monday in the church. Friends may call after 3 p.m. today at Monday in tne united Meinoaisi and after noon Tuesday only as Bloomington. It said the 115 groups found to be ineligible amoung 1,135 non Church.

Mrs. Mary Jambura PRAIRIE DU CHIEN Mrs. Mary Etta Jambura, 87, a life-! the Fedderly Funeral Home, where the rosary will be recited at ft tnniaht at the church. Burial will be in Highland Memorial Gardens. Madison.

profit organizations checked in Henry Klassy BELLEVILLE Henry P. Klassy, 56, died Friday Apr. 7, promises, the report said last month 27 organizations which GAO had questioned were still authorized to mail at reduced cluded 84 business leagues, 21 civic-improvement associations, 1972) at home unexpectedly. i long Prairie du Chien resident. died Friday (Apr.

7 1972) in StrOSeski RiteS hncnrtal nFtpr a Inner lllnpsQ i Born in Green County, rural a' one postal-services cen-and 10 social clubs. Sydney Gilbertson TOMAH Sydney Gilbertson, The fnrmpr Marv Sonhrart.i KKAVEK DAM The funera wiureu. JjQ lil 1115 JUUUI CUIU C1HCI 1115 llltti-! was married to John Jambura. Robert C. Mraseski, 21, 47, died Friday (Apr.

7. 1972 11 in a La Crosse hospital after I riage to Martha Nevel, rural iiQ WW in iooq idied Fridav. will be at 2 i Surviving are'five sons, John.1 Monday in the Briese Funeral Brooklyn une mi. "I ri- rwlHome a retired employe of a long nmess. He was born in the town An Important Seminar on MIND CONTROL ESP FOR EVERYONE INTERESTED IN DEVELOPING MENTAL POWERS the1 Northfield and married ern To r1it Hoesly Lumber Co.

here, and Friends may call from 4 to 8 tonight at the Ellingson Funeral Home. The former Nellie Anderson was born in Beloit and wasi married to Robert C. Maltpress, 1 who died in 1948. She was an-Edgerton resident for more than 50 years until moving to; Stoughton in 1965. She was a member of the United Methodist Church.

Surviving are three sons, Sey-1 1'iour. Madison: Cedric. Ox-: nard. and Richard. Pomona, Cahf.

Harold Kranz COLUMB Harold J. Kranz. 59. Hampton, died Satur-; day fApr. 8.

1972 in a hospital Tomten in 1958. He farmed uu4uc, a 7 haa worked at the Sprague and Earl. Ephrata. and, today and until the time of serv-i Rocoarnh the lomah area and was also Richard, Shreveport. a sis-ices Monday.

He retired in 1969 because of ill ter. Mrs. Grace Cardin. Prairie He was born in Juneau du Chien: several grandchildren was a resident of Beaver and great-grandchildren; since 1970. He was em- health.

Surviving besides his wife are three sons, Richard, Denver, employed as a truck driver. Surviving are his wife: two daughters, Lou Ann and Shelly, both at home: a stepson, Richard Lasiter, Tomah; and two sisters, Mrs. Palmer Klomsten, Hixton: and Mrs. Clarence Lewis. Whitehall.

one great sreat-erandcniid. Dloved as a oainfer. Joseph and Robert, both Surviving are his father and.of rural Belleville; a daughter, stepmother, Mr. and Mrs. Rob- Mrs.

David Judd, rural Belle- The funeral will be at 1:30 p.m. Monday in St. Peter's Lutheran Church. Friends may call after 2 p.m. today at the Beaver Dam; Pptpr Diianp ert Xehme r.

seven brothers. The funeral will be at 2 1 Ti i i I ville; eight grandchildren; and two sisters, Mrs. Harold Bergen, rural Brooklyn; and Miss Anna Klassy, rural Belleville. The funeral will be at 1:30 after a long illness. Tuesday in the Gloria Dei Lu.

David. Norbert. Paul, He was an area farmer al! his theran Church. Friends mav 1 i is 'and Kenneth, all of Beaver A rihur ff'rfico and ''7' c-rTrv Dam: six sisters- Mrs- Michael Arth.ur,Wendt. Mrs.

Donald Kraetzner. adult life. He was a member of call after 3 p.m. Monday St. Joseph's Catholic Church.

until 11 a.m. Tuesday at p.m. Monday in the First United Km el. OJ. Cied irhtiwh nf rhrict horp Fripnde Recently, many national publications, such as Glamour, Life and the Wall Street Journal featured articles titled "BRAIN WAVES" and "BRAIN TRAINING." These articles discussed a fantastic break-through, a new science dealing with the conscious control of brain waves.

This new science is called Al-phagenics and concerns itself with the Alpha rhythms of brain. Noted researchers discussed how any person can learn to control broin waves and revealed some of the phenomenal capabilities of man with self-control of his brain Waves. Exploration of this almost unknown continent the human brain has been pioneered by a soft-spoken para-physcholcgist, Jose Silva, of the Institute of Psychorientology in lore Texas. This sincere dedicated scientist has been training people to control their brain waves for many years. ALPHA BRAIN WAVE CONTROL Twenty-six years ago Silva and his associates began their research in Mind Control to see if it was possible to increase a person's IQ factor.

Amazingly, Silva discovered that not only could IQ be increosed, but a person trained in this technique could even control certain areas of the autonomic System heart beat, respirotion, blood pressure, (See articles in March Modemoiselle etc. regard to health and disease were staggering. With Mind Control a person could banish pain, accelerate healing, eliminate insomnia, migraine headaches, as well as untold psychosomatic problems. In depth studies also revealed that anyone with a normal brain ond sufficient training could develop so-called ESP and clairvoyance. 50,000 GRADUATES coast to coast 5 years ago the institute decided to release their findings to the general public.

Techniques had been refined to where only a few hours of class time were oil that wos required to become a truly effective person. On Aug. 23, the National Observer discussed Silva Mind Control in a lengthy article. It described how once you have mastered Alpha Wave Control you can totally relax anytime you desire, banish insomnia, anxiety, tension, eliminate pain, enhance your learning capacity ond memory. Eliminate bad habits, create good habits; control weight and smoking.

RESULTS GUARANTEED By learning to simply control your Alpha waves you will easily develop psychic power and learn practical applications of ESP. lecome a better student, parent, employee or employer and more effective problem solver. m-o, i-'uncc, ucv ci ij. and the 8. i3.ii in a imauiianj ji nrv, Imsv pa I after 3 tnriav at onu v.u i i it.

ait vi ua ci ucil il after a long illness East Bristol. Nir.neman Funeral Home Surviving are his wife, the af.er 1 p.m. Tuesday at former Beatrice Lucders: a' church, daughter, Mrs. Carlyle Wake, i Sun'Prairie; a sen. Donald, at Mrs.

Ella Williams and Mrs. Kenneth Amdt. Ra-jthe Becker Funeral Home here, Born in Kingston, he married erne: and his grandparents. Mr. nere a prayer service wm ue the former Margaret Moehrlej 'held at 7:30 tonight.

and Mrs. Charles Nehmer. Bea on May 30. 1958. They farmed in ver Dam: and Mr.

and Mrs. the Rio area. He was a member iPof, n' Vin home: a sister, Mrs. OUo An-dler. Columbus: two brothers.

Arthur, Sun Prairie: and Youth, 18, Critical After Crash i of St. Patrick's Catholic Surviving are his wife: four Infant BEAVER DAM Mrs. Ella Williams. 88. died Friday (Apr.

7. 1972) in a Juneau nursing home after a long illness. The former Ella Roder was sons. Bernard. John.

Kaymond Elmer. Columbus; and two grandchildren. The funeral will be at 10 a m. LAKE MILLS Calvin Thomas B. Pinter.

18, Waterloo, was listed in "criticar con- and Roger, all at home; and of Mr. and born in Tomah and was married tw0 daughters. Barbara and w'Ike. infant son tts. A.

WEke. died Fri- to James WUuams. Mr. DarIene th at home. Mrs.

Larry Tuesday in the church. Friends may call after 4 p.m. Monday fsms AfA in 19C8 She was a ti i tn.m Mot- i inr 7 lar-n in a Mad-son j. Vlr.r.a ti- di quires i uiKioi ii i.iiii.. sirrp 1S21 ft.j.

piial after a brief illness. JU'C f.s in if ut rr iito The implications of this breakthrough with 'tm-hnc nhcpA fhp TCiCai-T will and a member of the urace (SEE ARTICLES IN MARCH MADEMOISELLE CORONET) aiz ilia ydicuia. iiis wav TT in the Town of Sun' at tne welder funeral Home, sranca rents. Mrs. Freda pM; i be recited at 8 p.m.

Monday. Cody Kidd Presbyterian Church. i There are no immediate vivors. sur- where a prayer service will be Tucker. Waterloo: and Mr.

and SUNDAY, APRIL 9th or MONDAY, APRIL 10th held at 7:45 p.m. Monday. Mr3. Wilke. Waterloo: and' i A said that the accident was not' LAFARGE Cody Kicd.

73.: The funeral will be st 2 p.nv NATIONAL MOTOR INN 350 W. Wosh. Madison. Wi. TINE: 7:31) P.M.-TUITI0N: $2.03 died Saturday (Apr.

8. 2972) in Monday in the Murray Funeral William Conlm RlteS Tht; 1 until about 5 a.m.; a Viroqua SPal after a brief Home. Fnends may caH from 7 Tne funeraI or Winiam yin-iiand Cente-" Mr and Mrs Vic Satlda-v' war; 9 Con I in, 57. Washington 'X TA CiS'- V'J hearuii 3 Born in Richland County, Mr.L, -DC. who died Friday, wiil be! A'ftJJ Mrs.

Hart Funeral WiIke' MarshaIL Et a Monday in St Ra-'Mrs- told police they looked out and Kidd was self-employed as a Graveside funeral services didn't see anything. BELOIT Tne funeral for phael Cathedral. handyman. SALESMAN "The frit won offer mind control my sole mcreowd by 75V I ottributt my continued business otd personal success fo te course." Milwaukee, Wis. BUSINESSMAN th fre- There are no immediate survi-(Mrs.

William Hart, 73, who died, Friends may call after 4 p.m.iiH be at 10:30 a.m. Monday in! Pinter was alone in the car HOUSEWIFE: "Had I learned Mtnd Control when I was 1 4 years old, I would haire never suffered 50 years of tortwe wfih migraine head--" Mrs. AnWo, G. COUECE STUDENT "Mind Control fos enabled we to concerstrote better, solve problems and hove tnore retentive V. lallma Meadows.

ID. For Further Information Col, or Write SILVA MIND CONTROL 5032 N. 60th St. Milwaukee. 532 18 464-0610 vers.

nfiay, wui De ai p.m. Aion- locay at me Joyce Cemetery, Town of "ai wuwuy uuieu maKe a turn ana two trees, a The funeral will be at 2 p.m. day the taivary uutaeran Home, 40 w. wasaington Waterloo There will be no visit-Tuesdav at the Johnson Fu- Church. where the rosary will be recited mail box, and a post before mendovs weose my business to tKe tecMiaues i learned in M'fid Control.

II neral where friends mav Friends may call after 7 to-tt 8 tonight. aun u-'stopping. Mr A C. Deerfield lit. rail ar.er I pm.

a a y. nipt ai ine iwisman-i ouiiat a ue in neurnm- --'6- ne suiisrea aeaa mjunes, a Burial will be in Bloom Citv Kinzer Funeral Home. -Cemetery. hospital spokesman said. i.

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