Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 7, 1953 · Page 16
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Of A Series | Disabled Are Employable TWO MORE DISABLED workers doing a good job for a Galesburg manufacturing plant arc shown here in connection with the cur« rent observance of National Employ the Physically Handicapped Week to promote greater employment opportunities for those with physical impairments. These two employes are carburetor assemblymen in the work force of Gale Products. They are Vern Sternberg (left), 1G5 N. Ivan Ave., and J. Julian Thomas, 1045 N. Henderson St., both Gale employes since 1944. Stomberg lost a leg in an accident, and Thomas has a leg disability. Announce Play Cast LaFAYETTE — The LaFayettc High School senior class play will be given Oct. 23 with the following in the cast: Clarence Hughes, Sandra Martin, Betty Robertson, Patsy Payne, Gene Ericson, Betty McKirgan, Mrxinc Todd, Jim Jones and Lcltoy Haraden. Diana Lynn Kennclly celebrated her fourth birthday last Tuesday. Those present at the party were Debbie Pittard, Angela Blake, Wanda Martin, Joan and Betty Simmons and Judy Woolsey. Alan Harland was honored Friday on his 11th birthday. A fried chicken supper was served by his mother to Curtiss Appcll, Gilbert White, Barry Taylor, Bill Todd, Carol Hicks and Gary Kcnnely. Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gibbs and Lyn Adcle Harland. The group attended a movie in Galva. Alan received many gifts. Thunder is heard in New Mexico 50 to 7Q days out of each year, according to the '"isoceraunic" maps published by the U. S. weather bureau. Alt KIMS Of OB PRINTING Urge or Small Black and Whit, or Full Color Work tail . 0 The Daily Register-Mall Clark Boards Plane for US; Ends Service TOKYO (UP) - Gen. Mark W. Ciark left today for the United States and retirement after 36 years of Army service, including three wars. The general and Mrs. Clark boarded a Constellation that took off from Tokyo International Airport at 9 a.m. (7 p.m. e.s.t. Tuesday). Ti.cy were scheduled to make their first stop at Hawaii later today. The moment Clark's plane left the ground his command of United Nations forces in the Far East and American security forces in Japan passed to Gen. John E. Hull. Japanese Prime Minister Shigeru Yoshida and leading diplomats were on hand to bid farewell to Clark, who served 17 months in the dual command held formerly by Generals Douglas MacArthur and Matthew B. Ridgway. "I hope and pray the armistice we have signed will bring peace and security to this part of the world," Clark said in a statement at the airport. Although Clark publicly said he was reluctant to give up the command, he made no secret privately of his relief over the prospect. A week ago he greeted Gen. Hull with "Boy, am I glad to see you!" In a farewell statement to his command Clark said he was retiring "of my own choosing" but found it "more difficult than I had expected," He urged U.N. troops to maintain "utmost vigilance and fidelity." He left to Gen. Hull a new and growing crisis in Korea where the U.N. Command, South Korea, the Communists and the Neutral Nat i o n s Repatriation Commission were embroiled in an explosive quarrel over 22,500 anti-Communist war prisoners. Clark succeeded to the post of U.N. commander May 12, 1952, when Ridgway went to Paris to become Allied commander in Europe. Ridgway is now Army chief of staff. IN RED ROUNDUP — Joseph Brandt (above), 42-year-old machinist, arrested by the FBI on a Newark, N. J., street Oct. 6, was described by FBI officials as the director of Communist party activities in Ohio. Five others accused of being second string party leaders were picked up in Ohio. *AP Wircphoto) Gilson G1LSON — Pvt. Terry Woold ridge, who has been enjoying a 21-day furlough at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Wooldridge, has returned to Camp Bliss, ElPaso, Tex. After Oct. 29 he will start his schooling in the Electronic Division of the Guided Missile Division. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Wooldridge, Seaton SEATON — Mr. and Mrs. Frank Otto entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Pat Morris, J. W Callahan, Miss Mary Ann Welch, William O'Connell, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Van Fleet and sons, Danny and Jimmie, all of Galesburg and Mrs. Mabel Howe. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kemp and son, Roger, of Rock Island, called on the Dick Douglas family Sunday. Mrs. L. E. Westlake of Quincy called on her daughter, Mrs. Glen Blythe and family, several days last week. Mrs. Kate Robb of Trinidad, Colo., and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Fox of California are visiting Mrs. Mary Bird. TROUBLE EXPECTED SOON — (,rn. Mark Clark, allied supreme commandnr in (ho Far East warned that the UN Command will not "condone the use of force or coercion" against anti-Communinst war prisoners. Three POWs were killed and 10 wounded by Indian guards during anti-Red demonstration last week. Here, an Indian soldier stands guard over Chinese at Panmunjom. (N?;A Tclephoto) ^gfsfer-Mail THE DAILY. GALESBURG, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1953 stc. a, PAOi if Sec Legislature Meet on 'City Aid' As Unlikely to Be Held Altona ALTONA—Clell Rylander went to Kcwanee Saturday and attended the barrow show. Rolland Rylander, vocational agriculture instructor from Waterman, was the judge | of the day. j Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson of 1 Moline and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. SPRINGFIELD (UP) — Chances of a special "city aid" session of the Illinois Legislature appeared extremely slim today. The Illinois Municipal League Tuesday adopted a resolution asking Gov. William G. Stratum to call a special session to pass a law making it easier for cities to levy a sales tax. A.L. Sargent, executive director of the league, had told delegates to the league's annual convention he didn't see a "Chinaman's chance" Stratton would go along with such a request. j Stratton himself had no comment but an aide said Sargent was right. He pointed out a similar sales tax bill failed to get a simple majority in the regular 1953 Legislature. In a special session, bills need two-thirds approval. Cities now may levy a half-cent sales tax but only after getting it approved in a referendum. The resolution adopted Tuesday urged passage of a law allowing a city whose government votes the tav to collect it until the next election, when it would be placed before the voters. State Sen. Frank P. Johnson (R-Kewanee) told city officials they "have fallen down on selling the people on the services of municipal government." He said a reason why voters won't okay higher taxes Is city fathers have failed to convince them they need the money to provide services which citizens demand. Hannon and children of Manhattan, spent the weekend with Mrs. Hildur Johnson and other relatives. Mrs. Mike Jones and son Larry, of Decatur spent a week recently with her sister, Mrs. Edward (Bill) Johnson. Two Events Are Set For Gilson GILSON — Events are for Gilson during the ensuing week including the Gilson Cemetery benefit supper at the Community Church Thursday evening. The Haw Creek unit of the Knox County Home Bureau will meet Friday afternoon at 1:30 with Mrs. Jack Miller as assisting hostess. Mrs. Leonard Hedbloom will present the major lesson on "Helping the Child Develop Emotionally." Minor lesson will be given by Mrs. Gilbert Derham on "Main Dish Salads." Carol and Pvt. Terry Wooldridge were entertained at dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hossler in Canton. IKE WARNS OF H-BOMB DANGERS — President Eisenhower acknowledges applause of several thousand women, members of the United Church Women of the National Council of Churches of Christ in the U.S.A., convened Oct. 6 in Atlantic City, N. J. He warned a divided world to put the atom to constructive use, or risk H-bomb suicide with "erasure of cities, windrows of unidentifiable dead." At right, joining in applause, is Mrs. James D. Wyker, Columbia, Mo., president of the United Church Women. (AP Wirephoto) Our Experienced Sales Force ere qualified to aid you in the proper selecting of paints and wallpaper to decorate your home. For Interior Painting 28 Beautiful Colors. One Coat Hiding ... Self Priming .. • Looks Like Velvet ... Scrubs Like Enamel . . . It's the Paint You Need to Do the Job You Want. Alkyd Sani-Flat Interior Paint is a Quality Benjamin Moore Product. GALES.RU RG COMPANY, Inc. Phone 4216 Name Committees for London Mills Club LONDON MILLS —The London Mills Mothers Club met recently in the school gym. The president, Mrs. lone Hamman presiding. The teachers and the principle, Mr. Schilson, were introduced and Mr. Schilson gave a short talk explaining some of the new rules and plans for the coming year. The following committees were announced: finance, Lucille Shreves, Esther Jacobs, Jane Weav er, Juanita Keener and Marie Rice; membership and reception, Mary Shortness and Bessie Colvin; program, Ollidean Timmons and Leona Buck; health, Irene Jones, Katherine Nesbit, Lois Johnson, Evelyn Grice, Wilhelmina Morey and,Doris Murphy; courtesy, Frances Overcash and Ruth Dowell. The committees for October are: entertainment, Marie Smith, Dorothy Walker and Lucille Taylor; refreshments, Dorrine Dunn, Bernadine Welch, Lois Johnson, Wilda Brown, Inda Hahn and Florence Baker. The social hour was in charge of the executive board. Games were played and prizes were won by Mrs. Grace Barkley, Mrs. Helen Timmons and Mrs Grace Johnson and the door prize was won by Mrs. Elaine Morss. Refreshments were served. 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