Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 27, 1963 · Page 3
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Longer Trucks May Appear On State's Four-Lane Roads SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP)-The Illinois Mouse has passed a bill to permit trucks 65 feet long to operate on four-lane highways in Illinois. The limit now is 60 feet. The House referred the bill back to the Senate Wednesday night for concurrence in a minor ' amendment. The vote was 124-29, Rep. Ralph Smith, R-Alton, said the bill restricted the trucks to four-lane highways to avoid passing problems from other traffic. Rep. Paul Elvvard, D-Chicago, opposed the bill because the trucks "would rip a lot of city and county roads to pieces" getting to four-lane routes. The House, clearing away dozens of relatively noncontroversial measures, also approved bills to create a seven-member pharmacy board in the Department of Registration and to increase marriage license fees in Cook County from $5 to $10. Crime Bill Killed Rejected by the House was an attempt to amend a bill dealing with the state criminal code to spell out syndicated crime. The House also refused to endorse two bills which Republican backers said were aimed at reducing election fraud in Chicago. The bills called for an appointive interim commission to have supervision over both Chicago and Cook County election machinery and for a permanent, elected commission to take over the duties in 1965. Rep. George Dolezal, R-Berwyn, said the bills were "not a panacea to prevent election frauds but they would help take away some of the stigma from Chicago that was created by the last two elections." Democratic leaders said the bills were objectionable because they would be mandatory in Cook County and permissive in the rest of the state. The House passed, by a 143-7 vote, a bill appropriating $500,000 for promotion of tourism in Illinois. The bills were referred back to the Senate for settlement of a House proposal to place the tourist commission under the' Illinois Board of Economic Development. Originally, the commission would have come under the Conservation Department. House approval also was voted for a bill empowering the Illinois Building Authority to consider construction of seven regional state office buildings around the state at a total cost not to exceed $8 million. FRESH ROSES Assorted Colors —50% Off Reg. Price— $050 A Dozen . FRIDAY & SAT. ONLY Free Charge and Delivery Anderson florists 121 k BROAD 312 E. MAIN 34W11* - M - 34*2101 Publishers Mail City Directory To Subscribers Including a new feature, the 1963 Galesburg City Directory is now being delivered to subscribers by the R. L. Polk and Co. The new feature is a listing of telephones by numerical progression, beginning at 342-0001 and ending with 343-9989. The new directory lists 21,046 personal and business names in Galesburg. The publisher has set age 18 as the minimum listing age. Regular features include designations of tenant • owned and rented homes, marital status, names of wives and occupations. The first name in the book is Arthur D. Abbadusky, and Homer L. Zumwalt is the last. The publishing company will send copies of the directory to Chambers of Commerce of other cities maintaining an out-of-town directory library. The Galesburg Chamber of Commerce participates in the program. US Fires Satellite VANDENBERG AFB, Calif. (UPI) — The Air Force launched a satellite, presumably of the Discoverer series, Wednesday from this Pacific missile range base. In keeping with its policy of secrecy, the Air Force said only that a satellite utilizing a Thor- Agena booster combination was launched toward polar orbit. The spokesman declined to say whether it had attained orbit. DEDICATE MEMORIAL STONE—Commander Mclvin Chancy (left), of the Knox County Post of Veterans of Foreign Wars, dedicates a memorial stone Wednesday evening in honor of Robert Dickcrson, who was lost at sea during World War II. Also shown at East Linwood Cemetery are (I. to r.) his sister, Mrs. Joanne Roellc and nephew David Roellc; his mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Dickcrson, 5.74 W. Brooks St. Dickcrson, an anti-aircraft gunner aboard the U. S. S. Hornet, was lost when the aircraft carrier was sunk during an enemy attack in the Pacific Oct. 26, 1942. Mendotans Protest 'Q' Train Change CHICAGO (UPI) - Four residents of Mendota testified today in opposition to a Burlington Railroad proposal to discontinue its trains No. 2 and 15 between Chicago and Galesburg. Mendota Mayor Louis Koopei- 6 Y' Announces 2-Week Program Camp Shaubena A two-week camping program starting July 7 at Camp Shaubena was announced today by the Galesburg YMCA. The first week is assigned for boys, 90 of them have registered so far. Ten more applications can be accepted. Girls will camp July 13-20, and 102 of them have signed up so far. This is the maximum number that can be accepted although new applicants can sign up as alternates, YMCA officials said. Boys and girls will be required to produce medical fitness certificates signed by a doctor. Bunks and matresses are furnished ut the camp, which will be under the direction of Richard Delano and John Hilford. Patches will be awarded to those campers who have gone to Camp Shau­ bena with the Y the past two years. smith said the loss of the trains would cause "gross inconvenience" to his community and disrupt long-standing schedules of its residents. Koopeismith, Mrs. John Jarrell, Betty Fitch and Mrs. Alice Feith testified at an Illinois Commerce Commission hearing. The railroad asked the commission Aug. 15, 1961, for permission to discontinue the two trains, which stop at 10 Cuba Invites Goulart BRASILIA (UPD-Cuban President Osvaldo Dorticos has invited Brazilian President Joao Goulart to visit Cuba, the Foreign Ministry said Wednesday. Goulart has not yet replied to the invitation. World's Champion - RODEO June 28-29-30-8 p.m. Friday & Saturday nights Sunday afternoon - 2 p.m. • :' 150 HEAD OF Toulon Teen Finally Ends Under Lock TOULON — Larry Summy's escapades during the past two days have resulted in his being put in jail under a tight lock. The 17-year-old Toulon boy acted against the wishes of his father Monday by taking some family money and hightailing it out of town in the family car. Checking in his.son's bedroom, P. W. Summy discovered his son missing Tuesday about 2 a.m. Checking further he found car and money gone. Summy notified Stark County Sheriff Burt Eltzroth, who found the boy in Oquawka Wednesday at 5 p.m. Makes Escape Young Summy was brought to the county jail in Toulon, but managed to walk away through an unlocked door. Discovering his escape, the sheriff, his deputies, volunteer firemen, policemen and most of the courthouse employes launched a citywide search. He was finally found a short time later near his home and was brought back to jail. He is being held on a warrant for theft of car and money and will appear before a county judge Monday. communities between Chicago and Galesburg. Mrs. Jarrell, a dancing school instructor, brought 13 girls and a boy from her class to the hearing. She testified she used trains 2 and 15 to go to monthly meetings at Chicago and also used the trains to bring her class to Chicago for special events. "I couldn't come to Chicago if I couldn't take that early train," she said. Mrs. Fitch, an elementary school teacher, said she has received medical treatment at Chicago for the past five years. "I frequently use trains 2 and 15 every two to three weeks for medical reasons," she said. Mrs. Feith, a housewife and as sistant school teacher, said she uses the trains to go to Galesburg and the Denver Zephyr would not meet her needs or the needs of her family. She said the entire kindergarten class at Mendota used train 2 each year for a spring excursion. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! LADIES' STRAW HANDBAGS In White or Beige Reg. $3.00 $2 59 LARGE SELECTION Elsa Marie Hosiery Shop 314 E. Main 343-2516 150 TOP RODEO CONTESTANTS Competing on Some of ( Nation's [ Top [ Rodeo 1 Stock RODEO STOCK Parade Horses ^Bucking Horses Brahma Bulls JDogging Steers \ Roping Calves KNOXVILLE FAIRGROUNDS KNOXVIU5, IUINOIS GENERAL ADMISSION - $150 AW RfffRVf HATS ~ $1,75 CHILDREN UNDER 13 - *k AH prict« inclydo tax ANDES CANDIES WEEKtUDSPECMt SWEET'S. Salt Water TAFFY Direct from Salt Lake City! Sweet's delicious Salt Water Taffy. Assorted in 10 different flavors. Reg. 59c lb, c lb COMPLETE ASSORTMENT HALLMARK BRIDAL SHOWER and WEDDING DECORATIONS HAROLD COX Arena Pi«»c»o* Former World'* St««r Wmilf* Chtihua, lUinoU JOE PAilliri Champion Iran* Bull HIdtr YOUR CONVENIENT HALLMARK STORE Open Weekdays: 9 to 9; Sundays: Noon till 7 p.m. 221 E. Main St. — Galesburg Go tesbygQ RegistefrMai I, 'gofesburg, It I. Thursday, June 27, 1f £3 3 Filibuster Threat Dooms Birth Control Restriction SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) — Birth control, once a burning question, is about to make a quiet exit from the Illinois Legislature. An, agreement reached Wednesday ended a threatened filibuster and paved the way to pacify all sides by having a legislative commission study the controversial issue. Sen. Morgan Finley and Rep. Paul El ward, Chicago Democrats, had threatened to tie up the legislature with a filibuster in the final days because House Speaker Johrt Lewis, R-MarshaU, insisted he would not call for passage an antibirth control bill. Sponsored originally by Finley, the bill sought to restrict the Il : linois Public Aid Commission's birth control program to married women living with their husbands. Urider a compromise agreed to by Elward and Finley with Lewis and Gov. Otto Kerner, the bill Have You Heard That Miss Eloise Allen, 757 N. Kellogg St., manager of Spiegel Catalog Shopping Center, left this morning for Chicago, where she will attend a meeting of Spiegel Catalog store employes this weekend at the Pick-Congress Hotel. Approximately 250 store managers will attend. READ THIS CLASSIFIEDS! was amended to remove all provisions except the one to create a i5<membef commission to study the matter during the next 18 months. Report in 1 !H »5 Financed by a $25,000 appropriation, the commission will examine the legal, social and moral aspects of a state-sponsored program for distributing contraceptives to women receiving aid checks. A report on the findings will be made to the 1965 legisia* ture. Meantime, the IPAC will coll* fine its program to wives living with their husbands — the same limitation proposed in Fiftley's bill. Finley said that Mayor Richard J. Daley of Chicago also had accepted the compromise. 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