Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 26, 1963 · Page 37
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 37

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 26, 1963
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TrttttiporMion Effective April t» ALL SCHEDULES DAYLIGHT SAVING ftttt i«tiiatt*a, Kiafciiwi i ri«t MaU .* M *^«i»*«»*3.«5 a. m, SO AkSifBefl . <t ,-..».f «liS5 a m. 10 D«Avet ztphyf -—.''••a • m. is California zephyr ^13^1 p. m. U Nebraska Zephyt p. tt. J te owiaha, Lincoln ..1 :4ft a. m §5 tn Kansas City ..^.^1 :M a. m. .7 to Denver ... ...3:58 a. m, ib to Kansas City ,a<w p. m, 11 to Omaha, Uncola -^3 .10 p. m 17 to Calif omit :32 p. m. 1 ,to Denver i « 4 .^.lfl p. m tantt r«, tastbetttia SO Chiei , ... a. m. 16 Texas Chief _6:40 a. m 18 Super Chief- El Capltaa* 11:10 a. M. a s.*\ chljf* . ——11 :48 a. m. 124 Grand Canyon — —««2ao p. m 12 Chicat, >an „_5:S0 p. m lanla Fa, Weetkovnfl 9 K. c. Chief 2 :38 a. nl. 19 Chief 12:55 p. m. 123 Grand Canyon ——..3 :20 p. m. 1 SJ. Chief* ...r-T.., 1 ""* p. m lr Teitas Chief ..—.88 p. m 17 Super Chief- El Capitan* _..10£» p. m •—Flag»top Otark, tfoflhbouna Flight 140 to Chicago* ..... 8:53 a. m. 64 to Chjcago* ^.........4:45 p. m. Osark, txtulhfcound 141 to St. Loul* 12a« •—Except Sunday ••—Except Saturday BUS SCHEDULES WeatBound To West Coast ... 6 :55 To West Coast ..«..^»..iao 1o West Coast ...0:49 Eaatbound To East Coast 12:01 To East Coast 8 *0 Southbound To St. Louis ..10:00 Northbound To Davenport - .,-..„•« To Peo fa 1:15 To Peoria . .—.828 p. m. a. m Radio Telescope To Listen in On Outer Space GREEN BANK, W.Va. (AP)A spokesman for the National Radio Astronomy Observatory says construction will begin this week on an 85-foot radio telescope to listen in on outer space. Dr. Frank Drake, chief of the observatory's telescope division, said the movable scope will be paired with an 85-foot telescope already in use. The instrument, expected to cost about $500,000, is to be completed early next year, he said. Associated Universities, Inc., a nonprofit organization of eight colleges, operates the observatory, which monitors radio emissions from the galaxies. WONDER WHERE TO.FIND ... a buyer for your car, or a sewing machine to >buy, or someone to clean your home? Just read and use our . . . • Register- Mail Want Ads Phone 342-5161 CHy Officials- (Continued from page i) t— - —.. — rl nr-Tiim* ployes who have not reached the assigned level, Lee Webber of the Firefighters Union said. Many firemen, and police already make more than tie minimum salary and would not be affected by the increase, he believes. * Webber estimated that the measure would result in an approximate $30,000 increase in the fire department's budget. Operation on Tight Budget The city's budget for this year is $2.8 million, a "tight budget," city officials have reported. To raise any added amount, taxes would have to be substantially increased or services and manpower; drastically reduced, Herring stated. A new salary schedule adopted in April, might have to be adjusted or completely abandoned if new minimums are set for starting employes of the two city departments, Herring said. "There will be no grade differential to speak of between a patrolman and a sergeant," he added, hinting that grades of all policemen and firemen may have to be reviewed if the bills are passed. The new salary schedule gave an average five per cent increase to all city employes and the wages of many would be raised by as much as 10 per cent by next April. Similar bills were approved by the House and Senate last year but were vetoed by Gov. Kerner who warned that, unless communities improved city employes salaries, he might approve such a measure in the future. Auditor, Guest Speaker at • Boys State Michael J. Howlett, state auditor of public accounts, will be the featured speaker at the annual general assembly of Premier Boys State Thursday at 9:15 a.m., in the Home Economics Building, State Fairgrounds, Springfield. Howlett's talk will be entitled "The Responsibility of U.S. Citizenship." About 1,200 boys, between, junior and senior year of high school, will attend the assembly. Chester F. Newby, department adjutant of the American Legion, is camp registrar of Premier Boys State. He said the purpose of the assembly is to teach young men constructive attitudes toward the American form of government. NEA Conclave To Be Held In Detroit Vernon Broadhead, principal of Galesburg Senior High School, and his wife will attend the annual convention of the National Education Association, June 30 through July 5, in Detroit. For the 6,000 official delegates and some 5,000 other educators in attendance, it is both a clearinghouse and workshop where participants can exchange views and gain insights into current educational practices and policies. Rev. Eugene Carson Blake, stated clerk of the General Assembly of the United Presbyterian Church of the U.S., will be one of the featured speakers. Besides a number of talks, there will be panel discussions. Wataga to Entertain at Homecoming WATAGA - Colleen Wilson of Beaver Valley, Pa., will be the star at the Wataga Homecoming Saturday afternoon and evening. A vocalist, Miss Wilson has been featured on the WLS Radio Station's National Barn Dance and also on other radio and television programs. She will appear at 3 p.m. and at 8:15 p.m. Concession stands will be open Friday and Saturday by local organizations. The American Legion Auxiliary will serve free coffee at the Wataga Legion Hall. Wataga's annual parade will begin Saturday at 10:15 a.m. Forming at the grade school on Sparta Street, it will proceed through town past the judges stand at the Congregational Church and disassemble back at the grade school. Rebels Won't Give Up Century After Conflict WINCHESTER, Va. (AP)-Two Civil War shells lay among the books for years, fused and ready. Civil War buff Manuel Sempelcs discovered a 5-inch navy shell in the basement of Handley Library and a smaller shell upstairs in a storage room. Librarian David Roland remembered how the shells had been tossed around during a recent cleaning and a changeover. Two Ft. Belvoiir Army specialist? came Tuesday, defused the shells and carted them off. Roland made a quick check of the library—no more shells; only books. Government Has Taken 1st Step To Delay Strike WASHINGTON (UP!) - The government has taken the initial step to delay a threatened nationwide strike July 1 by the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters. The National Mediation Board, acting under the Railway Labor Act, certified to President Kennedy that the walkout would create an emergency and substantially interrupt interstate commerce. Kennedy now is expected to name a three-man emergency board to look into the dispute and recommend a settlement. This action, would have the effect of postponing the strike at least 60 days. Bobby Could Leave Brumis At His Home . WASHINGTON (UPI) — A conspicuous and uninvited guest nearly broke up a ceremony in the attorney general's office Tuesday when Robert F. Kennedy met with eight District of Columbia school teachers. Brumis, Kennedy's huge black Newfoundland dog, failed to heed his master's command to sit down, and refused to be escorted from the room by an aide. "Shall we go on with the meeting and act as though he's not here," the attorney general said. Case Cortlifiiicrl A case ift which Joen JoArm Jefferson, 20, of Gilson was charged with adultery was continued for 10 days this morning in the court of D. Paul Nolan, police magistrate. The defendant was released on $500 bond. Golesburg, Refljsie^Mqii JSqlesbufg,,,,!,!!. Wednesday, June 26 t 1963 39 Recovery Teams Drags River for Body of Youth Pittsburgh Cafe Serves Turkey For 30 Cents PITTSBURGH (AP)'— A downtown Pittsburgh cafe observed its 30th anniversary Tuesday by cutting back some prices to what they were 30 years ago. You could get a turkey dinner with potatoes, vegetable, pie and coffee for 35 cents. Beer was a nickel. The owners said about 1,500 dinners, or approximately a half ton of turkey, were served. Plan Inspection of District Budget Tentative budget and appropria­ tion'ordinance for School District 205 for the fiscal year beginning July 1 will be on file and available for public inspection at the Board of Education office, ,590 N. Prairie St., beginning Thursday at 8:30 a. m. until Aug. 12. A public hearing on the budget and ordinance will be held Aug. 12 at 7:30 p. m. at the board office. Treated, Released Following a fall from a ladder which slipped as he was working on an outside fan at the rear of the DeLuxe Cafe, Tuesday about 4:25 p.m., Steve Gianakis, 71, of 491 E. North St., was treated and released at St. Mary's Hospital. He was taken to the hospital in a squad car, according to the police report. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Coin Box Taken From Machine Police received and investigated a report this morning that a coin box, containing approximately $4 was missing from a soft drink machine at Mosher's Standard Station, Main and Henderson Streets. The theft took place some time after 10 p.m. Tuesday and there was no evidence of the box having been pried loose, the report stated. Mayor Gardner 'Comes Clean' And Pays Fine WELLSVILLE, N.Y. (AP) Mayor Robert Gardner and his police chief cleaned out the police files on unpaid parking tickets Tuesday. They found 176 unpaid tickets. One ticket, two years old, belonged to the mayor. He paid a $2 fine. OTTAWA, 111. (UPD-Recovery teams again today dragged the Illinois River for the body of an ll-year-old boy who plunged from Starved Rock. The boy, John Kruse, Homewood, was seen floundering in the river Monday night after falling about 90 feet into the water. He had descended from the 125-foot summit when he slipped. Named Teacher Jerry Diesron, 157 S. Farnham St., has been employed at Glenview Junior High School in East Moline as an industrial arts teacher and coach. Diesron was graduated from Western Illinois University at Macomb in June. Honored at Tucson WILLIAMSFIELD - Miss Valory Rice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Rice has been named to the dean's honor roll at the University of Arizona in rucson. She will begin her junior year at the school this fall, and is a former Knox College student. Volcano Erupts JAKARTA, Indonesia (\JP\) — Anlara, the official Indonesian news agency, said today that Mount Buntu Karawa in the central Celebes erupted violently on June 6 and has been spewing lava ever since. Four people were killed and six injured in a lava- destroyed village six miles away. Earlier this year Gunung Agung erupted, killing more than 1,500 people. Strike Closes Port BOMBAY, India (UPI) - A strike by tugboat crews paralyzed this port today as 16 ships, mostly bringing grain from the United States and military equipment from Britain, were scheduled to dock. The crews struck for more pay and a permanent agency to settle disputes with port management. Jose Prefers a Sunny Day to Make Death Leap GUATEMALA (AP) - Jose Lucas Carney waited for' a sunny day to leap 150 feet to his death from the Belice bridge outside the Guatemalayan capital Tuesday. Carney, an unemployed handyman, left this note: "This accident was to take place June 22 at 5 p.m. But it was raining, so I postponed it until today, Goodbye, friends." Man Keeps Trying TUCSON, Ariz. (UPI) - The wife, daughter and son of Samuel Martinez are American citizens and live in San Francisco. But Martinez is Mexican. Monday he was sentenced to 18 months in prison for illegally entering the United Stales—for the 44th time. He will be deported again after serving the sentence. D VR Denies Charge WASHINGTON (UPI) - The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Tuesday called "misleading" charges they are using their tax exempt status to issue right-wing political propaganda. Sen. Maurine Neuberger, D- Ore., in a Senate speech Monday, asked the Internal Revenue Service to look into possible abuses by patriotic and other tax exempt organizations to make sure they are not distributing "political propaganda." Korea Honors Dead WASHINGTON (UPI)-The Republic of Korea paid tribute Tuesday to the 33,620 U.S. servicemen killed during the Korean War. Korean Ambassador Kim Chung Yul, a former air force general, laid a wreath of carnations on the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery to honor those killed in combat, 20,517 dead from other causes, 5,178 listed as missing and 142,091 wounded during the three-year conflict. NottcR or PUBLIC mtAMsn NOTICE is HERESY mm by the Board of Education Of Community Unit Schedl Dfstrtet No. 205 in the Cbufltfes Of tflfo* and Warren and State of Illinois, that a Tentative Budget and Ap* propriation Ordinance for tRe said* School District for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1963 will b« On file and conveniently available for public inspection from and after 8:30 o'clock A.M. on the 27th day of June, 1963, at the Board of Education Office, 590 North Prairie Street. Galesburg, Illinois, in this School District. NOTICE IS FURTHER HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing on said Budget and Appropriation Ordinance will be held at 7:30' P.M. on the 12th day of August, 1963, at the Board of Education Office, 590 North Prairie Street, Galesburg, Illinois, in this School District. DATED this 26th day of June, 1963. Board of Education of Community Unit School District No. 205, Counties of Knox and Warren, State of Illinois. By Robert J. Kirkpatrick, Secretary. 6/26; IT. Kennedys Move Again WASHINGTON (UPI) —" Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy and her two children were scheduled to leave Thursday for Newport, R.I., where they will spend a long weekend at her mother's estate, Hammersmith Farm. The First Lady and Caroline, 5, and John Jr., 2, were expected to leave from the farm July 2 for Cape Cod to spend the summer. Con Sets Fires POMONA, Calif. (UPI) - A rookie policeman was sentenced to six months in jail Tuesday for setting fires and then reporting them to impress his superiors with his alertness. Frank Harding, 21, who pleaded guilty to two counts of arson, also was ordered to pay for the damage he had caused. Named Song Leader Beverly Joyce Moore of naar Wataga, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Moore, has been chosen song leader for freshmen camp at Millikin University in Decatur. Miss Moore is song leader for Zeta Tau Alpha, her social sorority. She is a sophomore majoring in music. REAP THE CLASSIFIEDS! Per Annum Payable Stmi'Annually IrtYtitmtntf by tht 15th Earn from tht Firtt with Inmrtd Softty CASH DISCOUNT 10% OFF • • • P,CKED UP AT 0UR D0CK DeForest Pride Pig Creep $108.00 50 GRAM LEVEL AUREOMYCIN Less 10% $ 10.80 Pellets in 50 lb. paper bogs. Y OU ~~ Vi ton or ton lots only. PAY 20 DeForest Pride Custom 40% FOR PIGS ON PASTURE Pellets in 50 lb. paper bogs. Vi ton or ton lots only. $111.00 Less 10% $ 11.10 YOU $ ( PAY * |90 DeForest Pride Custom 35% FOR SOWS AND PIGS Pellets in 50 lb. paper bags. Vt ton or ton lots only. $106.00 Less 10% $ 10.60 YOU $| PAY ^ 40 DeFOREST FEED & SEED (0. GALESBURG/ ILLINOIS ABINGDON, ILLINOIS Floods Hit Assam CALCUTTA, India (UPI) — Heavy rains continued today in the Kamrup district of Assam state, where the Brahmaputra River already has covered seven villages, leaving three persons dead and 15,000 homeless. State authorities ordered emergency relief measures for the area and sought to prevent furth- Mac Irks Tailors TOKYO (UPI) - Communist China's English-language Peking Review took note today that British Prime Minister Harold Mac- miilan's troubles include criticism from the tailoring industry. The Peking Review said London's Savillc Row resents Macmillan because "he always wears the same suit and has even been known to wear patched pants." Pope Staying Home ROME (UPI) — Vatican sources know nothing about a published report Pope Paul VI may make a trip to the United States, the Italian news agency Ansa said Tuesday. "Regarding stories from Wash ington reporting Paul VI might take a trip to the United States next year, Vatican sources say they know nothing about it," Ansa said. Ansa did not say who pub lished the original report. Warren C. Giles is serving his 12th season as National League president. er flooding by the famed "River of Sorrows," IVicc Wars on Pigeons NICE, France (UPI) — In an effort to cut down the pigeon population, Nice issued a decree Tuesday forbidding citizens to leave crumbs or grain on balconies, window ledges, beaches, garden or courtyards. READ THE WANT ADS1 WATAGA Homecoming Sponsored by American Legion Pest No. 1178 JUNE 28-29 FRIDAY PROGRAM: 2:00 P.M.—Games & Contests for children. 2 to 3.P.M.-Registration for Baby Show. 3 P.M.-Baby Show. 8 P.M.-DeWeese Trio- Variety Show. CARNIVAL ON GROUNDS BOTH DAYS Lunch Served by Local Organizations. THE New York Stock Exchange Cordially Invites THE CITIZENS OF GALESBURG to Attend a Showing of The 17 Million (FILMED ENTIRELY IN GALESBURG) WEST THEATRE Thursday, June 27, 1963 8:00 P.M. NO ADMISSION CHARGE

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