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6 Golesbura .Reaister»Ma |l, Galesburg, III, Tuesday, June 25, 1963 GALVi A RUSSELL ALDERMAN •\ Correspondent 324 Main St, Phono WE 2-2658 Croup Galva Man Badly Burned GALVA—A Galva man, employed in Galesburg, remains hospitalized today after he was engulfed in flaming gasoline. Owen Freed, 28, of 315 S. E. Fourth St. was reported "up and around" at Kewanee Public Hospital today. Friends said he received I second degree burns on his chest, right arm and on his back down to his waist. He may possibly have third degree burns on his right hand, also. Freed was helping an unidentified friend start his car Monday morning. The car ran out of gas Sunday night and was left overnight, and the two returned Monday about 6:45 a.m. to start it. , Freed was pouring gas into the carburetor while the other man pushed on the starter. The engine backfired and threw flaming gasoline on Freed. He was taken to the Kewanee hospital by Johnson-Gill-Schustcr ambulance. Freed is employed at Gale Manufacturing Co. in Galesburg. Acts For Nation's Farm Exports WASHINGTON (UPI) — Two Senate leaders joined today in a bipartisan demand for strong U.S. action to fight trade barriers ngainst American farm products in the European Common Market. Senate Democratic Whip Hubert H. Humphrey, Minn., and Senate Republican Leader Ever- ttt M. Dirksen, HI., drafted a resolution calling on U.S. officials negotiating with the Common Market to get assurances that "access to export markets for our agricultural products will be maintained." Humphrey, in a statement issued along with the resolution, said current disputes over agricultural exports to the Common Market "will in part determine the whole future relationship of the United States and the European Common Market." Force Sharp Declines The Wumphrey-Dirksen rcsolu tion came while President Ken nedy is in Europe on a trip which includes meetings with leaders of several Common Market conn tries. The Common Market's new agricultural policies already have forced sharp declines in the area's imports of American poultry and wheat flour. It was learned that before Ken nedy left on his trip, he was urged in a strongly worded pri vate letter from 18 senators in both parties to stress the importance of U.S. farm exports, in eluding poultry, in talks with Eu ropean leaders. Signers of the letter were re ported to include such key senators as Richard B. Russell, D- Ga., J. William Fulbright, D-Ark Harry F. Byrd, D-Va., and Thomas M. Kuchel, R-Calif. Club to Seat Officers The Galva Lions Club will hold installation of officers at a meeting Wednesday night in the LeClaire Hotel in Galva. Jim Clayberg of Pekin will be the installing officer. READ THE WANT ADS! OLE HICKORY B.B.O. Chambari Ir Barries *W« Bur Th« Baft— Sarva The Beit" •43-6615 Carry Oat — Open mi 6 P.M, Wednesday Night SPECIAL CHICKEN TP** BASKET * «Ww CLUB 34 Homer and Ruby Walker Route 34 AIR CONDITIONED For Your Comfort Council to Meet Galva City Council members will hold a special meeting tonight to open bids on the new disposal plant south of town and the remodeling of the north disposal plant. The Stanley Engineering Co., which is in charge of the project, will have a representative present at the meeting to inspect the bids with the council. Fund Campaign Is Scheduled In Coldbrook COLDBROOK — A dinner Wednesday at 7 p.m. for members of the Coldbrook Christian Church will set in motion a fund drive for the church's proposed $60,000 education building. Total of 147 reservations have been made for the dinner. Church officials hope that most funds can be raised through three- year pledges to be secured during the campaign beginning Wednesday and concluding Saturday. Dr. William Pearcy, president of the Board of Church Extension of Christian Churches in Indianapolis, Ind., will be guest director for the campaign and will deliver a talk at the dinner. HOSPITAL NOTES Si. M« II V S ADMISSIONS MONDAY Mrs. Don F. Helms, Mill Washing- Ion SI. Dunns it. MrOarrv. Plnzn Hotel, ftrx T.rr Hrnslcy. 771 Mulberry St. Mrs. Etta M. Walsh, 1007 Grand Ave. Illlf W. Simkins, AhlnRrion. Mrs. Howard K. Baldwin, 1105 Monmouth Blvd. * Maurice L. Clacys Jr., 1527 E. Main St. Raymond D. Fuller, 263 Cottage Ave. Charles L. Splcer, Galesburg Route 1. 1 Glenda G. Gardner, Gflson. Mrs. Eskel F. Carlson, 1428 Conger St. Mrs. Cheryl Schneider, 1159 Arcadia Dr. Mrs. John W. Hlce, New Windsor. David L. Lawrence, Knoxville. Enil P. Roberts. 704 Wisconsin Ave. Mrs. John L. Pillman Willlnms- fleld. DISMISSALS MONDAY Charles C. Collier. 393 S Prairie SI. Thomas Collopy, Knox County Home, Knoxville. Ralph J. Smith, Rcrwick. Cottage ADMISSIONS MONDAY Oral R. Clino, 1710 W. Main St. Miss Krlsl.y Roynton, 704 Pine SI. Harvey I.. Adair. Berwick. Mrs. Nydia M. Morris, Maqunn. Mrs. ,1. Lorene Camp, l.nnra. Rav A. l.oulhan, 1505 Grand Ave. Mrs. Georeia W. Ellsworth, 540 N. Prairie St. Mrs. Linda F. Genisio, 011 E. Main St. Miss Connie S. Stevens, Knoxville. Mrs. Eleanor H. Hamm, Ipava. Mrs. Esther A. Ditto, Scaton. Roscoe H. Simkins, Ahlnednn. William W. Peterson, 381 N. Pearl St. Mrs. Joyce A. Daniclson, Galesburg Route 3. Mrs. Lottie T. Gay, Fairvlcw. Mrs. Elizabeth P. Jones, Monmouth, Miss Hattic L. Samuclson, 747 W. Loscy St. Donald B. Hardin, Kcllhsburg. Mrs. Blanche C, McCullough, 40 W Second St. Altic I. Webber, 230 Berggrcn Ave Mrs. Dorothy M. Hendrick, 747 Jefferson. Mrs. Charlene L. Moc. 711 Johnston Robert W. EnRle, Galesburg Route 3. DISMISSALS MONDAY Mrs. Thclma Whiteman. Abingdon Mrs. Marcclla C. Wilson and baby 07(1 S. Henderson St. Mrs. Sydney Moon and baby, 375 Illinois Ave. Mrs. Minnie L. Ring and baby. 883 E. South. Jnmcs L. Swanson. Walaga, Mrs. Dorothy K. Anderson, 1105 Lincoln St. Mrs. Bonnie Detwller, 1027 N. 1 Cedar. Robert Charles Purcell. Gilson. Mrs. Ruth O. Blaine, 155 Bandy Ave. Dale E. Reisenbigler, 386 W. Tompkins. Mrs. Dixie I. Schwartz, 23 Chestnut, BUSHNELL ftawt Comtpondani MM. Bttafttd BrilUwi 620 W. Hurst SU Bushnell. Phone Bushnell 519 Bushnell Area News Items ROVA Teacher Gains Award Glen T. Moore, vocational-agriculture teacher at ROVA High School, received a 25-year service plaque from J. B. Countiss, assistant marketing director, Pfister Associated Growers, June 19 at the conference of the Illinois Vocational-Agriculture Teachers Association in Champaign. Pfister is the sponsoring organization for these annual awards. Seven other vo-ag teachers also w ere presented with 25-year plaques. READ THE WANT ADS! The National Restaurant In Roseville wishes to announce that we will be serving Chuckwagon Dinners on Wednesday, Friday and Satur­ day evenings - - - All you can eat for a buck. Sunday Buffet Dinners served from 11:00 A .M. 'Till 8 :00 P .M. National Restaurant ROSEVILLE, ILLINOIS Wedding Is at Cameron Miss Patricia Trout and Sam Fox were married in a June wed ding ceremony at the Cameron Christian Church., Rev. Floyd Case, assisted by Rev. Faye Wil- lcy, read the ceremony. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Trout of Cameron, was given in marriage by her father. She wore a wedding gown of white satin with an overdress of white chiffon. Pier veil of white nylon net was held by a crown encrusted rn pearls. She carried bouquet of white carnations. Miss Linda Connett of Peoria, maid of honor, wore a pale blue taffeta dress with royal blue ac ccssories. She carried a bouquet of pink flowers. Cynthia Trout, niece of the bride, was flower girl, and Ray Olson, a nephew, was rrngbearcr. Miss Margaret Murphy played nuptial music while the guests were seated by '"'nomas Trout and Jim Loath. Miss Linda Morrissey of Chicago was soloist. The reception was in the church basement immediately following the ceremony. Sewing honors were accorded to Mrs. John Watt and Mrs. Bill Olson, sisters of the bride, and Mrs. Walter Trout, sister-in-law. Serving at the gift table was Mrs. Jim Lcath, sister of the bride. Mrss Connie Leath presid ed at the guest book. The couple left on a wedding trip to Prairie Du Chien, Wis. They will reside in Cameron, where he is associated in carpentry with hrs father. ROCKY'S MAID-RITE 2250 GRAND AVE. Hours — Tusi., Wad., Thurs., Frl„ Sat.—10 a.m. to 12 Mldnlte. Sunday — 5 p.m. to Mldnlte. Closed Mondays. W PLAYING NIGHTLY THE GRENADIRES DON'T MISS THIS EXCITING GROUP Frank's Fillet Feature STEAK AI ^O DINNER £, s teeciae 1 CORRAL Formerly Jack's Supper Ciub SPECIAL DELICIOUS PAN FRIED CHICKEN All You Can Eat 79c PER PERSON SF.RVING FROM 6 to 10 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2o No Carry Out Orders Bring Your Family Out For An Evening BUSHNELL - Frank Jackson and daughter Betty returned home Sunday, after spending the winter in Florida. Sunday afternoon callers at the M. B, Galloway home were Leon Preston of Smithfield and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Head. Corda McNaughton returned home Sunday from the McDonough District Hospital in Macomb. Rollo Opp of Los Angeles, Calif., spent the past week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Opp. Miss Doris Putnam as a counselor is attending a Methodist Church Camp, Camp Quest, south of Clinton this week. Others from Bushnell attending arc Greg Yo cum, Steven and Stanley Brill hart. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Murray and twins of Brookficld visited in the M. B. Galloway home last week The Men's Fellowship of the Assembly of God Church met at the home of the retiring presi dent, La Verne Campbell, Saturday. New officers elected were President, Fred Smith and see retary-treasurer, Marvin Stewart The Friendly Circle concluded there activities until fall with a basket dinner at the VFW Park Sunday. Eleven families were represented. Lucile Chapter of Eastern Star will meet Friday at 8 p.m. at the Masonic Hall. Initiation has been postponed until July 12. Quell Grass Fires The Bushnell Fire Department was called Sunday afternoon to extinguish a grass fire south of Bushnell along the highway. Firemen were called twice Monday at which time four grass fires were quelled south of Bushnell. Yorkwood Hires Four New Teachers KIRKWOOD — At the b o a r d meeting of the Yorkwood Community Unit School District Wednesday board members approved contracts for the hiring of the following new teachers for the coming year: Robert Henry, who will teach mathematics and physical education in the Kirkwood Grade School; Mrs. Robert Henry, language arts in the junior high school at Kirkwood. Henry had been teaching at Wil ton Junction, Iowa, and Mrs. Henry had taught in Abingdon The Henrys, who have three chil dren, now live in Galesburg but will move to Kirkwood soon. James Plack of Brimfield was hired to teach general science and biology and also to coach in the seventh and eighth grades at the junior high school. Plack is a Western Illinois State University graduate. Miss Nancy Housh of near Abingdon will teach elementary music. She is a graduate of Knox College. With the hiring of these four new teachers, all the district's vacancies have been filled. The board approved the tenta live budget of $415,687 and expects to operate in the black during the 1963-64 fiscal year for the first time since the district was consolidated four years ago. Members of the Parents Committee met with the board and asked for financial help in getting the band uniform problem settled. It was agreed that the board would have 55 uniforms dyed black and help purchase 37 new uniforms and 40 new caps, thus enabling both the junior and senior high bands to wear the same color uniforms, j The board asked Edward Jolui- son, superintendent, to ask bids for approximately 20,000 gallons of gasoline and 29 new tires for tlie Yorkwood Distinct buses. Burch-Phalen Contracting firm of Galesburg was authorized to install monopanel type insulation on the ceiling of Kirkwood Grade School's Butler-type addition, used as an all-purpose room. Statistics given the board showed that buses, trucks and car of the district used 22,690 gallons of gasoline; cost of the hot lunch program was $25,143.16; that 194,753 half pints of milk were consumed and 58,965 lunches were served to the students. Cost of heating the buildings in the district totaled $7,692.98. Next board meeting will be July 11. RIB SHACK North on Route 150 Now Fully Air Conditioned Tot carry out aarvlcs Call 342-2413 Open Pally at 5 P .M. THE GOLDEN LION Couple From West Honored At Bushnell BUSHNELL —Lt. Cmdr. and Mrs. Gale Watt of Oxnard, Calif., and Mrs. Watt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Owens of Memphis, Tenn., arrived .Friday for a visit with his mother, Mrs. Ben Watt of Bushnell. On Sunday, a picnic was held at Roseville park, with the following relatives present: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Worthington, Nancy, Hope, Susan, Tracey and Kendra, Mr. and Mrs. John Worthington, David, Mike, Brenda, Carolyn and Melinda, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Day, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Watt, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Irvin, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Watt, Robert and Sandra, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Adkisson. Mrs. Leona Blevins, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Day, Steven, Susan, Sharon, Sharla and Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Bruning and Bambi Sue, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wolf, Bob, Linda Jean and Danny, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Gillam, John, Russell, Ronald and Jane, Mrs. Evalyn Watt, Vernon and Carol, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bagley, Mrs. Myrtle Atchinson, Mr. s and Mrs. J. R. Owens, Mr and' Mrs. Gale Watt and Mrs. Ben Watt. 58 South Cherry Wednesday, I THE Featuring LIVE ENTERTAINMENT ridoy, and Saturda BECK BROTHERS Tom Powers on th« EARL and GRACE yNights. sax. Magazine Lists Major Corporations Fourteen industries with interests in this area are listed among the 500 largest U.S. industrial corporations of 1962 in the current issue of Fortune magazine. Swift and Co. ranked 10th in the listing. Heading the list, as it did in 1961, is General Motors. It had a sales^ volume of $14,640,241,000 and a net profit of $1,459,077,000. Others in the top 10 in terms of sales (net profit the second figure) include: Standard Oil (N. J.), $9,536,877,000 and $840,903,000; Ford Motor, $8,089,617,000 and $480,702,000; General Elec- trict, $4,792,733,000 and $265,844,000; Socony Mobile Oil, $3,933,346,000 and $242,339,000; U.S. Steel, $3,468,000 and $163,680,000; Texaco, $3,272,136,000 and $481,671,000; Gulf Oil, $2,836,292,000 and $340,091,000; Western Electric, $2,761,609,000 and $135,216,000, and Swift, $2,494,553,000 and $16 ,314,000. Firms with Galesburg ties include: Borg-Warncr, sales of $658,924,000 and net profit of $33,004,000; Coca-Cola, 567,687,000 and 46,736,000; Beatrice Foods, 539,192,000 and 11,824,000; Rexall Drug, 280,850,000 and 6,318,000; Avon Products, 210,818,000 and 25,364,000; Pepsi-Cola, 191,630,000 and 15,412,000; Admiral, 183,186,000 and 1,966,000, and Outboard Ma- •ine Corp., 151,861,000 and 7,036,000. Other companies with interests m this area are: International Harvester (Moline), $1,837,468 and $60,227,000 to rank 21; John Deere Moline), 541,533,000 and 36,317,000; Caterpillar Tractor (Peoria), 826,993,000 and 61,993,000; Keystone Steel and Wire (Peoria), 24,131,000 and 7 ,032 ,000, a n cl Briggs and Stratton, 101,796,000 and 11 ,650 ,000. Combined sales for the 500 firms were a record $229.1 billion, 9.5 per cent higher than 1961. Eight more firms joined the "Billion Dollar Club," making 49 firms with sales over a billion dollars. These 500 account for over half the sales of all U. S. manufacturing and mining companies, and for more than 70 per cent of the profits. Profits were up more than sales. For the 500 in 1962 the figure was $13.5 billion, up 16.1 per cent from $11.6 billion in 1961. The list does not include large privately-owned companies such as Hughes Aircraft, Gates Rubber Co. or Deering Milliken. These firms do not publish financial results. ^ GETS EYEFUL—Joan O'Brien gets an eyeful of Elvis Presley in one of the comedy moments of "It Happened at the World's Fair," new Mctio-Goldwyn-Maycr attraction in Panavision and color, filmed largely On location at the Seattle World's Fair. Gary Lockwood also stars in the song-studded romantic comedy. The co­ feature is "Swordsman of Siena" starring Stewart Granger. Both shows start Wednesday at the Galesburg Drive-In Theater. ROVA Posts 2nd Semester Honor Roll ONEIDA—The second semester honor roll at ROVA High School has been announced by the school office. Tiie roll follows: Seniors — Ellen Crowell, Robert Mnln, James McGaan, Janice Nor- one and Carolyn Pitman. Juniors — Janet Dexter, Jerry Hrynes, Vicky Nelson, Charles Olson and Patsy Spring. Sophomores — Kathy Johnson, Brian Norenc, Hebccca Petterson, Kay Pitman, Darla Rehn and Winn Wikoff. Freshmen—Jean Bjorling, Cheryl Eaglye, David Holmes, Nancy Holmes and Frances Main. Reception Set at Oneida Church ONEIDA — Members and friends*- of Altona and Oneida Methodist churches were invited to attend a reception and pantry shower for Rev. and Mrs. T. Wayne Biehl and family <at the Oneida Methodist Church Thursday from 7 to 10 p.m. Hostesses for the event are the Woman's Society of Christian Service of both Altona and Oneida. READ THE WANT ADS! LAST TIMES TONIGHT FIRST-RUN HITS gf V\fond©rfu! in TECHNICOLOR THEATRE w Starts TOMORROW Mf/ThO GOLPWYM MAYER ELVIS Siv /ngio' 4 Happened t a heWoRlPs a TED RCHM0N0" Hear Elvis _ smg W yr 10 new hits f pahaviSion* MetrbCOtOR DOORS OPEN 7:30 Show Starts at Dusk BODYGUARD TO A BEAUTY!,^ O STEWART V SY: (iRANGER-MS Swordsman K CHRISTINE — AHCMUM! CINEMASCOPE ^ N iUTMAl\lN EASTMAN COLOR SOON GIANT FIREWORKS SHOW Death Sentence PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) — A Phoenix couple sued Arizona Public Service for $2,500. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Lubeck charge that 16 of their shade trees were put to death by gas escaping from one of the utility's pipelines. • Movie Calendar fOEfcfJAV, sum « . ORPHEUM: "Tammy and th«. Doctor," 1:55, 3:55, 5:95, 7:55 and 6:53 wle 'ST?" "The List of Adrian Messenger," 1:45, 3:45, 5:45, 7:45 and DMVif 1 ' ift: "Wonderful to Be Young," 0:00; "Duel of Titans," 10:45. AHL Elects Officers HEitSHEY, Pa. (UPI) - The American Hockey League's board of governors has re -elected James G. Balmer of Pittsburgh as league president. John B. Sollenberger of Hershey, chairman of the board of governors, and James Ellery of New York, secretary-treasurer and publicity director, also were re-elected at the board's annual meeting Monday. READ THE WANT ADS! ClNFMA i ; r nPf I MMtRI t MMMMTtRISl —I AIR CONDITIONED SHOW STARTS 7:30 Adults 60c Children 25« EARL THEATRE KNOXVILLE IBSSd. NOW . A ;.:^ 55 55 A UNIVERSAL PICTURE COMING SOON Walt Disney prtsanta TECHNICOLOR* turn visu pwii»t»» c».ht»o WM w* 9mm fw*mk« . At 1:45-3.45 5:45-7:45 9:45 MEXSEWER* starring GEORGE C./DANA / CLIVE SCOTT / WYNTER / BROOK co-starring HERBERT MARSHALL GLADYS COOPER «»J0HN HUSTON Screenplay by ANTHONY VEILLER Produced by EDWARD LEWIS A Joel Production - A Universal Releas* /s. Rote they COMING SOON! = TRUE.. .TURBULENT... TREMENDOUS! METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER PRESENTS THE NEW MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY FILMED IN ULTRA PANAVISI0tLIQ !^-TECHMICOLOR» . AM AREOLA PICTURE Friday Morning GRANDPA HAPPY'S Summertime Fun Show 'oVfS \t 's Party Time £ Fridqy EACH & EVERY Difttnnt Each Wk IN PERSON GRANDPA HAPPY TV SUr Q | Chtnnsl 4 —ON THE SCREEN—? Chap. 2 of THE UJST PLANETS" Csxtoont Galoia SPEIDEL LP. BRACELETS FLASH CAMERA TOYS. PASSES. POPCORN FREE to EVERYONE A Mat -Donald's Hamburger — A&W Boot Beef A Free Bide At Galesburg Amusement Park and A Free Game of Putt-Putt Golf

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