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June 28, 1963

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 15

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Oregon Is First State to Toss Out Civil Defense SALEM, Ore. (DPI) - Oregon, the first state to turn its back on civil defense, closes down its 18-member organization today. A coordinating staff attached to the governor's office takes over Monday. The cutback, bitterly scored by national civil defense Director S. L. Pittman and Gov. Mark Hatfield, was ordered by the state legislature which called civil defense a "do nothing" agency and slashed its operating funds. While the legislature was in session, Hatfield waged what he termed a "bare knuckle'* fight to save the agency but was unable to muster public support. The legislature acted in defiance of Pittman's threat to cut off federal civil defense matching funds. Official notice of the withdrawal of federal funds was received here Thursday. JOHNS'MANVILLE INSULATION Your Neighbor Says Call WHITE'S - 3424)185 The state cutback spurred the city of Portland and several Oregon counties to abandon their civil defense organizations. , The state organization was dealt its fatal blow on Oct. 12, 1962 — the day of the great windstorm which thundered through western Oregon, killing more than 20 persons and doing more then $170 million damage. Legislators charged that civil defense was knocked out of operation by the storm. City's Nickname Lord Cornwallis, who held lie city for a time during the Revolutionary War, called Charlotte, N. C, a hornet's nest because the city's citizens were so active in anti-British activities. Today's slogan-nickname of "hornet's nest continues to typify activities of the community. Set Altona Benefit ALTONA — The Luther League of the Altona Lutheran Church will hold a social ice cream hour Saturday starting at 6:30 p.m. Proceeds will be used for league projects. ICE CREAM SOCIAL AT East Galesburg Rod & Gun Club SUNDAY, JUNE 30 Serving 12 Noon to 8 P.M. ICE CREAM, PIE or CAKE DONATION 25c — LUNCH EXTRA ALSO FIREWORKS DISPLAY JULY 4 Both of these events are open to the public. Qalesburg Register-Mail GALESBURG, ILL., FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1963 SEC. 2, PAGE 15 Dedication Fixed July 6 For New Avon Post Office AVON—Frank G. Sulewski, assistant to the regional director, Chicago Regional Office, will represent the Post Office Department when the new Avon Post Office is officially dedicated July 6 at 1:30 p. m., it has been announced by Postmaster Gillett. The new post office, now in use, is part of the Post Office Department's leasing plan, Gillett explained. Under this program, investment financing is used to obtain needed facilities which remain under private ownership, pay local taxes to the community, and are leased to the federal government. Sulewski is a native of Chicago and was graduated from Northwestern University, where he received his Bachelor of Science in Law and Bachelor of Laws degrees. He has had extensive administrative experience in governmental work nationally and internationally. His services included two years overseas with the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, first as chief of administration of the UNRRA Mission to Poland. He has been associated with the United States Office of Censorship and served as regional director of World University Service. He entered the practice of law in 1950, which he maintained until assuming his present duties. He has served as legal counsel for* several community groups and has been active in civic affairs. He has made an around- the-world air trip, visiting university centers. He is married and has three children. Frank'' Sulewski New Railroad NORTH FREEDOM, Wis. (AP) — The nation's newest railway, "The Rattlesnake & Northern Line," is set to begin operations soon. Actaually, the line is '4V4 miles of spur track abandoned by the North Western Road and purchased by the Mid-Continent Railway Historical Society. The museum will operate an "old time train" over the line, taking tourists on the nine-mile 45 minute trip through, the scenic Baraboo River Valley. KNOX COUNTY FAIR JULY 29 - AUG. 3 For Information CALL 343-8893 Nobel Prize The Nobel Prize for literature in 1962, for the sixth time, went to a United States writer. The award, this time, went to John Steinbeck, according to the Britannica Book of the Year. Southern Mexico's early Mayas regarded cross-eyes as a mark of beauty. Party Girl Collected for Mother LONDON (UPD - Party girl Christine Keeler testified in court today she had sexual relations with resigned British War Minis* ter John Profumo and that he paid her money "for my mother." Miss Keeler, 21, a central figure in the Profumo scandal that has rocked the British government, was the first witness called by the prosecution in the vie* trial of Dr. Stephen Ward, 50, a WJciety Osteopath and artist. One of the eight counts charged against Ward said Miss Keeler was intimate with a "number of men for pay and gave half the money to Ward." The red-haired party girl also said she had sexual intercourse "on one occasion" with former Soviet assfstant naval attache Eugene Ivanov. It had been reported that Miss Keeler carried on simultaneous affairs with Profumo and Ivanov. This had led to charges by the opposition Labor party that the ruling Conservative party was lax in leaving the way open for secur- it; risks because of Profumo's involvement. Reunion Slated The Morss and Thomas families will hold a reunion Sunday, July 7, at 1 p.m. at the Genwood Park in Macomb. A basket dinner will be served, followed by a program at 2:30 p.m. Post Victoria Meet VICTORIA-The Women's Auxiliary to the Charles A. Warrensford Post of American Legion will meet July 2 at the home of Irene Welsh. Tense Nerves Block Bowels Your colon has nerves that control regularity. When you are tense or nervous, normal bowel impulses may ba blocked—and you become constipated. New COLONMD tablets relievo this misery with a new principle— a Unique colonic nerve stimulant plut ipecial bulking action as recommended by many doctors. Result? COLONAIO puts your colon back to work—gently relieves constipation overnight. You feel great! Get clinically-proved COLONAIO today. Introductory slie 43t Testifying about gifts she received from men Christine said, "Orte of the men who gave me presents did give me some money but' not for myself." "It was for my mother," she said. "Which man?" asked the prosecutor. "Mr. Profumo," replied Christine. Christine testified that Ward, who is charged with living off the earnings of prostitutes, told her he handed the landlord of a flat she occupied a check from Lord Astor. Lord Astor is one of Britain's wealthiest men and owner of Cliveden, the estate where Christine met Profumo and where Ward had a cottage. Miss Keclet said "There was no ulterior motive behind the check that was handed to the landlord.** The party girl testified she had intercourse with Profumo ami Ivanov in Ward's flat. She saidl Profumo gave her presents al well as money. But, she said, "I did not evef consider myself a call girl of prostitute." It was Ward who introduced Miss Keeler to both.Profumo and tvanov. 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