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DEATHS' FUNERALS tm&ii 6fciO (UPl) - J. M thomtMM. i^itof of this tiffin Adveftisi'itfftftttie, died ffturs> day at a hospital in nearby Green Springs after A *h6rt ill ness. 011. MAVNARD 0, WILLIAMS WASHINGTON (UPi) - Dr. Maynard Owen Williams, 74, for rner chief of the foreign editorial staff of National Geographic magazine, died Wednesday in Istanbul, Turkey, it was disclosed Thursday. ' SPENCER K. GODFREY NEW YORK (UP!) - Spencer K. Godfrey, 58, vice president and director of Frank B. Hall It Co., international insurance brok* el's, died Wednesday night sifter a brief illness. REV. THOMAS A. SHANAHAN WORCESTER, Mass. (UPD- Services will be held today for the Rev. Thomas A. Shanahan, Roman Catholic chaplain in the Philippines during World War n whom Gen, Douglas Mac Arthur once said was equal to a battalion of men. Father Shanahan, 68, died in a Boston hospital Tuesday following a cancer operation; ORVILLE DOWNARD LONDON MILLS-Orvilie Dow ard, 85, of Londdri Mills, died today at 7:30 a, m, at Saunders Hospital in Avon: \ Funeral and burial services are being arranged at the Corman Memorial Home in Roseville. RALPH PRESTON ALPHA—Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Monuments Mausoleums McFAU MONUMENTS ; Wtecoiuin Rnby Red , Phone 342-651* 1801 yt. Main St. Galesbnrg, nL;; mm u "Nature's most beautiful memorial" nderson orists 3)2 L MB 12IR.M0U M - MMIN KIMBER & WEST 36 PUBLIC SQUARE PHONE 343*5210 FUNERAL DIRECTORS : For Over' 60 Years 1 Mrs. Effio Wright Formerly of 535 W. South St. .1 FUNERAL ^2 P.M. SATURDAY AT KIMBER 4, WEST CHAPEL. Friend? may call at the chapel this evening. Preston left Wednesday for Wati kegan, where they were .called by the death 6f the ReVV Mr. Pres ton's uncle Ralph Preston. SerV< ices were to be held Thursday when the Rev. Mr. Preston was the officiating minister for his tinclft MAURICE H. SWAN GALVA — Maurice H. (Mike) Swan, 55, died Thursday morning at Galesburg Research Hospital where he had been a patient since June 14. He had been in failing health the past few years. Mr. Swan was born Sept. 21 1907, at Galva, one of six chil drett. He was educated in the Galva schools! attended Bradley University for two years and was graduated from John Marshall Law School in Chicago. He is survived by one sister! Mrs. Lois McFarlane of Peoria a brother, Max, of New Gonzales, Ariz., a niece and'three nephews He was preceded in death by, his parents, two brothers and a sis ter.. Services will be held at 1:30 p, m. Saturday at the Johnson-Gill- Schuster Chapel in Galva. Inter ment will be in the Galva Ceme tery. Rev. John S. Broeksmit Jr. j of the Congregational Church in Galva will officiate. Friends may call at the chapel this eve ning. i GEORGE HANNAM ONEIDA—George Hannam, 76, of Oneida, died today at 10:10 a.m. at Cottage Hospital where he had been, a patient since March 6. Funeral and burial arrange ments are, pending at the Hen dricks Funeral Home in Oneida ORVILLE SIMS VIOLA — Orville B. Sims, 71, of Viola,,died Thursday at 7:15 a.m. at the Fortner Shelter and Care Home, Aledo, where he had resided the past 14 months. Funeral services will be. held Saturday at 10 a.m. at the Crummy Funeral Home, Viola. Burial will be in the Viola Cemetery. Mr. Sims was born Dec. 6, 1891, in- Viola, and was graduated in 1911 from Viola High School. He was married to Helen Johnson June 22, 1921, and worked as a clerk in a local grocery for many years before retiring in 1956. He was a member of the Viola Methodist Church, and served as village clerk for a number of years. Mr. Sims also was a member of the local School Board at various times. He was a World War I veteran, having served in Johnson-Gill- Schuster Chanel Galva Maurice H. Swan Galva, III. Funeral Services . will be held SATURDAY - 1:30 P.M. I- at Johnson-Gill-Schuster Chape] in Galva Visitation this evening at the Chapel. HENDRICKS FUNERAL HOME Oneida, III. Mr. George Hannam Oneida, III.. , Services pending. , Larson Funeral Hbrne 206 N. Washington St. Abingdon, Illinois Mrs. Lena Robertson Marks of 400 W. Martinson FUNERAL SERVICES SATURDAY AT 2:30 P;M. AT THE LARSON FUNERAL HOME IN ABINGDON. Where friends may call this evening. Burial in the Abingdon cemetery, HINCHLIFFe-PtARSON FUNERAL HOME WCHAP& *t?.JI» Iml ~ Pkoat W-2111 MRS. PALE R. PALMER-125 S. Pleasant Ave. Services 2 p.m. Saturday at Hinchliff & Pearson funeral chapel. Friends may call this evening at the funeral home. (the 4th Infantry Division in France. Survivors include four sons, Melvin and Charles, of Visla, Calvin of: Joliet and Marvin of Columbia, Mo.; two daughters, Mrs! Catherine Kramer and Miss Victoria Sims,.of Galesburg; four grandchildren and one brother, Archie Sims of East Molfne. He was preceded in death by his wife in 1951. DALE ft. PALMER Funeral services for Mrs. Dale K? Palmer, 38, idf 125 S. Pleasant Ave., who died Thursday at 10:10 a.m. at Cottage Hospital, will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Chapel, where friends may call this evening. Burial will be at East Linwood Cemetery. Mrs. Palmer had been ill the past five years and had been hospitalized since April. The former Carolyn B. Clark was born Aug. 29, 1924, at Monmouth, where she attended public schools. She had been a Galesburg resident the past 23 years and was a member of First Christian Church. The Palmers were married in Burlington May 25, 1940. Mr. Palmer survives with a son, Larry R. of Galesburg Route 2;. two daughters, Judith Ann and Cheryl Jean, at home; Mrs. Palmer's mother, Mrs. Ann Clark of Monmouth; a sister, Mrs. Kathleen White of Antioch, and one grandchild. FRANK PEGG VIOLA — Frank Pegg, 81, of Milan, died Thursday at 2:34 p.m. at the Comfort Harbor Nursing Home in Milan, where he had been the past four weeks, after an extended illness. Funeral services will be Saturday at 2:30 p.m. at the Crummy Funeral Home in Reynolds. Burial will be in the Reynolds Cemetery. He was born Dec. 7, 1881, at Bebee, W. .Va., where he made his home with his grandparents. He lived in West Virginia and Ohio until 1911, when he moved to Mercer County and farmed at Preemption about 20 years.. Then he moved to Alexis, where he lived for 10 years, and moved to Viola in 1947. Mr. Pegg lived in Milan since 1954. He was married to Louise Arman Dec. 8, '1901", in German Ridge, W. Va. Surviving are the widow; four sons, Elra of Rock Island, Carl of Reynolds, and .Charles and Thomas,' of Milan; a daughter, Mrs. Hazel Jackson of Morrison; 12 grandchildren, and 40 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by one daughter, one grandchild and two great-grandchildren. {{earing Ends On Dropping Two Trains CHICAGO (UPI) - Attorneys representing interests for and against the discontinuance of two Burlington trains between Chicago and Galesburg prepared today to file written briefs with the Illinois Commerce Commission. A hearing on the discontinuance before hearing examiner Robert Heinecamp concluded late Thursday. The Burlington Railroad asked the ICC for permission ,to drop the trains nearly two years ago. The railroad contended it was osing $65,000 to $70,000 per year on the trains. Heinecamp said attorneys for the railroad, railroad unions and communities involved probably will ask for an opportunity to deliver oral arguments before the full commission. The trains invilved, Nos. 15 and 2, make 10. local stops between Chicago and Galesburg. Heinecamp has said that if the ICC approves the discontinuance, it also will hold the Burlington to its pledge to halt the Denver Zephyr at Mendota, Princeton and Kewanee. Before the hearings ended, attorneys cross » examined Leo J. Meyer, assistant general auditor for the Burlington, about the railroad's cost study, New Officers Named for Bakery Firm Wbuf j. Walcfc, m te. Knox St., was appointed general manager and secretary of Lucky Boy Bakery, and A. Wadsworth Appl* bee of Jacksonville was named president at a special meeting of the board of directors Wednesday. They succeeded Robert J. Conover, former president and general manager, who died June 18. Walek was promoted from auditor and assistant to the president. He is a graduate of the University of Illinois College of Commerce, and .began his career with the firm as a bookkeeper. He will divide his time between the local bakery and the Ideal Baking Co. of Jacksonville. v Applebee, attorney and executive vice president of the Jacksonville Savings and Loan Assn., has.been affiliated with the company since 1946, and has been an officer since 1952, Follow Same Policies Walch and Applebee stated they would pursue the policies set down by the company's founder, James N. Conover, and his son, R. J. Conover. Other officers and staff of the company include Mrs. J. N. Conover, chairman of the board; George L. Vieira, vice president and production manager; Mrs. R. J. Conover, treasurer; Robert Walters, sales manager; Clarence Brewster, consulting engineer, and Adelaide Vatthauer, office supervisor. Directors are Mrs, J. N. Conover, Applebee, Vieira, Mrs. R Conover and William Townslay. Walck is also an associate director. Galesburg Register-Mail, Golesburo Friday, June 23, j H% 1 23 Train Clips Feed Truck ALPHA-'-An Alpha man was not believed seriously injured after a train clipped the feed truck he was driving this morning and turned it over. Reported in "good" condition at Cottage Hospital was Harry Lelaind Paul, 45, of Alpha. But hospital authorities said he was still in surgery shortly before noon today after being admitted VA hours earlier. The accident occurred about 10 a. m. nine miles north of Galesburg on U.S. 150, where the North Henderson blacktop joins the highway. • , Paul was southbound with a load of feed, headed for Quincy, when the truck's left rear, was struck by the westbound freight. The truck turned over at the edge of the pavement, coming to rest 78 feet from the tracks and spilling its load of feed into a ditch. The truck, owned by Moorman Manufacturing Co. of Alpha, was extensively damaged. Paul was taken to the hospital by an unidentified couple who came upon tr~ crash scene shortly afterward. State police are investigating the accident. (liteibufj R^hjr^fall OttMiHtd Advertising LOCAL C ASH RATE iffeetivt Aprti i, us* ffofdft t-davi 4-dayt l*da» i»» J M *M S.M i i .w tl'BB M -S0 1 .W .I 8 .W | 1.43 lin | i.io L>»j a.90 i IAI a .3» i.si mm 41-38 JM \ 4.88 | 8.M Five Families Are Homeless Following Fire MOLINE, III. (UPP-Five families were left homeless this morning when fire gutted a three story brick building in downtown Moline. The blaze was fought by all available fire-fighting units from Moline. They were assisted by additional units from neighboring Rock Island and the Rock Island arsenal. The building also housed an old labor union ballroom and several small businesses. Two unidentified boys turned in the alarm- Tax Discounts Graduated for Cigarette Sale SPRINGFIELD (UPI)-A measure setting up a graduated system of tax discounts for dealers who stamp cigarette packages and collect taxes from retailers passed the House Thursday. The present system allows for a flat 5 per cent discount as reimbursement for ^collecting the state taxes on cigarettes. Under the legislation passed and sent to Gov. Otto Kerner, the 5 per cent discount would be offered to dealers who collected less than $700,000 in taxes a year but dealers who collected $1,400,000 would get only 4 per cent. A 3 per cent discount would be allowed on succeeding $700,000 amounts collected after $1,400,000. Sponsors said the smaller discounts for ^collecting the larger amounts of taxes would keep large cigarette dealers from getting a competitive advantage over their smaller distributors, _J6-M | 7,88 ! 4.84 i 8,88 BLIND AD BOX RENTAL tneplitt Mailed Out-of-town) 80s Card ol fhanka In MemoriaiA* Lodga Notices ^ 1 -Inch et > im J ts.oo DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. Card of Thanks S H^H^ H ^ t0 thank my mends for the cards and tilts noMi.™ while 1 Was " n George Crosier* Galva, 111. In Memoriams JOHNSON, Charles H. — In Memory of our father and grandfather who passed away 8 years ago June 28th, 1955: Our Hps cannot say how we miss him Our hearts cannot tell what to say God only knows how we miss him In cur homes that are lonely today. Children and Grandchildren Lodge Notices MASONIC NOTICE Alpha » Vesper Lodge £\ Lodge No. 584 No. 584 Annual Masontc Picnic, Lions. Shelter, Lake Storey, Monday, July 8, 6:00 P.M. All Masons families and friends cordially invited. Bring covered dish and table service. Meat and drinks furnished. Entertainment. Harry M. Price, W. M. M _Clarence_W._Spilman, W. M.^. Lost and Found—1 GONE FOR GOOD? Not If you ,_.quickly place a LOST AD. Phone 342-5161. Business Service—2 PEARL'S TV Em's Radio TV, 1146 Court St. Phone 343-5891. Auto TV, Hi-Fi, Stereo. Graduate National Radio Institute. Guaranteed Serv- lce. 8 a.m. to midnight. A Beautiful Lawn Makes the overall beauty of any home. Grading — fertilizing — seeding — sodding. Free estimates. Martin Lawn Builders • 342-0521. REFUSE SERVICE Pleasing you pleases us. WE APPRECIATE your business. Call us anytime. Citywlde Rubbish Removal. 343-8665-or 3434136. DKYWALL installed finished and textured. Sprayed on accoustic ceilings. Free estimates. Call Phillip's Drywall, 5153 Elmwood, 111. Box 834. CUSTOM COMBINING Wheat, oats, beans, and corn. Also bailing. Eph. Hughes, Gilson, 111. Trojan 6-2412. • Auto & Small Engine Repairs Reasonable prices. All work guaranteed. Call 343-3801 after 8. • WRIGHT'S HEATING / Thermo-Products, Gas - oil furnaces. . sheet metal, gutterwork. Free estimates, 1-5 year, payment plan. 29 Publio Square. 343-6535., Nite 343-5404. For AU PLUMBING NEEDS call Youngren Plumbers 1327 Brown Ave. - 343-6813. Windows Washed Upper 40c: down. 3 for $1. Eaves cleaned, flushed. AU kinds cement work. 343-8771. 342-6923. Weed Mowing E. J. MARTIN-342-0521 ftrolneii Service—* NELSON'S Bryant fas furnaet and tmnett, Vm ttoker*. futter WOrlt 1« N. Seminary. 84M3H. Personal-Special Noticed Atm AUCTION 100 CARS AND TRUCKS Car Sale Starts at 4 P.M. SAT. NIGHT, JUNE 2ft Truck Sale From 8 P.M. to 1 HENDERSON FORt) SALES Aledo, 111. Personal-Special Notfce^-4 FOR easy, quick carbet clean* lng, rent Electric Shampooer. Only $1 per day with purchase of Blue Lustre. Kellogg Drake & Co. BE SURE to tiitt the Salvation Army Red Shield Store at 16 Public Square. Bargains in clothing, appliances end rural- Male Help Wanted—5 NATIONWIDE manufacturer of Potato Chips, Pretzels and other party items, selling direct to the home wants distributor for Galesburg area, Write to 3, M. Clark, Calhoun, Ky. WANTED! A MAN WITH A PLAN We are looking for a man .with a plan to set ahead in the car busi ncss. Likes to make money, not afraid of hard work. High school graduate, neat appearing, selling experience essential. Car, gas and plates furnished. No limit to your earnings. Work with a leading new car dealership. Experienced salesmen preferred. Write Box 615 cure Register- Mail. Our salesmen know of this ad. GATES RUBBER COMPANY NEEDS TIME STUDY MAN TIMING and RATING Experience Required. Permanent Top Wages. Apply Illinois State Employment Service 272 E. Simmons St. WANTED: Bookkeeper. New car dealer. Well esablished in community. Steady employment if qualified. Paid vacatiori**and insurance. Write Box 618, % Register-Mail; PART TIME ROUTE MAN 1 Man needed part time to handle -established route In this area, some selling experience necessary, chance to be self- employed. NO INVESTMENT. Must-be 25 or over, neat appearance. Call 343-8386 Saturday 12 noon to 2 P.M. SALESMAN wanted for full or part time work. Must travel and be away from home some. A new product in this area. Work on 40%-60% of profit basis. Repeat business. Call late afternoon or evenings. 343-8386. Male Heft Waited • t wririfiagu 'no i. y ag-ai .^WftttM you want. Married terV&iU* °* f * R * i "* Attention Mefcfjf County Men If you are willing te «rorK 84 heuri every #eek it tsis pet hour. Write Box 951, ?t Reguter- Mall tor intemew aopointtnent at your home. We want local aepefidabla man wim feed ear. MAN - To Hrvie* route In aaieabtiri focal, Home every nIthOi-40. martiad. Phone 848- NEED HELP? rind the^ beat through a wider choice. Phone 342-8161 to plaee your WANT AD. GUARANTEED WEEKLY SALARY We are ready to interview men, in and around Galesburg. These men must be neat appearing, average intelligence and family men. Age limit 25 to 88. This could mean very rapid advancement for those who qualify, our company Is 28 years old and growing rapidly. Men selected will be company trained at our divisional headquarter* ttt Peoria, 111., and will be given the know how to do this Job properly. No experience necessary. Ring for appointment only, 8883632, Monday thru Friday. Female Help Wanted—* WHITE, mother's helper, live in • or out-^prefer drivers license. Children,, dishes, ironing. No heavy housework. 918 No. Prairie St. Dial 343-9856. . WANTED — Young woman for housework 2 or .1 hrs. in a.m. 6 days a week. In city. Own transportation preferred. Write 617 care Register-Mall. YOU can bo a fashion counselor, must have use of car. Call Galesburg 343-0378, Queen's-Way 383 Marmac Dr. BABY Sitter wanted Immediately. 6 nights a week. 4:30 tiU 1:30. 2 chlldren._Ph. 342-1231._ Male, Female Help Wanted— 7 ALL jobs filled at the present. Buy broasted chicken at The Huddle Drive-In. Henderson St Dayton. EXPERIENCED shoe salesman - , Gaiesburg's leading department store, permanent employment. Good opportunity for * jly Mr. Hawley, ihoe Dep^ tfartructlotwf right party. Apply O. T. Johnson Sh Employment Wanted—8 GALESBURG COLLEGE i, BASEBALL PLAYERS Need Employment Will accept any kind of work including general labor. These students are studying in the field of chemistry, public relations, bank financing, physics, landscaping, math, law and accounting. Available 32 hours per week, more if required. Monday and Friday available all day. Phone Bob Frank, 342-1454, or write P.O. Box 663, Galesburg. Your help will be appreciated! QUALIFIED carpenter. Guaranteed work. Cabinets, stairs, etc. Very reasonable prices. Free estimates gladly given. Ph. 342^0012^ Male Help Wanted —5 , MECHANIC WANTED! CAN YOU USE $150 PER WEEK? ARE YOU AN EXPERIENCED MECHANIC? ARE YOU WILLING TO WORK 8 HRS. PER DAY? IF SO, CONTACT Russ A'Hearn at • McCREERY MOTORS Your Ford Dealer Kellogg & Tompkins, Galesburg, 111. Only Experienced Mechanics Need Apply. BIG PUBLIC AUTO AUGfKWf IM CARS_AND TnUCK* Car SaM> Stafctt *fs P\M»'.. SAL NtGirf, jvtmh ' Truck Sale From 2 P.M. to* f HENDERSON FORD SALES Aledo, 111. Bfltftfisi 6pfMftimlt ?''lft- itMM fen tntMtf nmeiriaAfti TM OaMtftWf NeftstM * MtH •ttesapte te Atemtae Ms* #•> ilafentty ol M M eatefisttt tt ell a* ftejalflfli a* tnvetMMM. fj •aaaef, However, tmareate* «U web oHefi. We ttcewMetMl Mat re* IRVtlTlOATI tallf before RESTAURANT fn Oquawka for sale or rent, Doing good business. Inquire Bern ice's Snack Bar. NEW country steak house, on Main U.S. Rt. Close to town it junction of 4 State Rt*. Mod* em equipment, doing good busi* ness, room for expansion. Plui both, 3 bedroom family horn* St single living quarters. 343-7207 - 343-7468. JOHNSTON REALTY 661 Monroe - 343-5071 SALE Neighborhood Tavern and building with space to expand. - —-':lng probler ~ " 1 MlSSllSi apt Tap, Andalusia, 111. No parking probfem. Good bust* Mississippi River. Mod* Write Mlckey'i ness. On em apt above FOR sale or lease — Well known restaurant In the most thriving small town In the Galesburg trading area. Fully equipped, good going business. Now gross* ing $2,200 per month under par* ttal operation due to poor health. Great potential. Must be financially responsible. Write Box 611 Register-Mall. ^ WELL EQUIPPED Service station at intersection west of Alexis. With 5 room modern dwelling, 1 acre landscaped grounds,. 1 tourist cabin ? ilus trailer accommoda- lons. Will consider of- fcrs or trade for Galesburg property. $12,600. DEETS REALTY CO. 177 E. Simmons, 343-21S1 741 N. Henderson. 343-2118 FOR tale or lease. Commercial building with parking lot. Suitable for restaurant or small business. Phone 342-4453. Wanted to Buy—II USED chest, type deep freeze wanted. Phone 342-4212 or 3437044. 5 ROOM spacious lower apt with Small Office Safe Wanted Write Box 608 care Register-Mail GUNS, GOLD COINS. Cash for pistols, rifles, shotguns (modern or antique) and gold coins, Gil Hebard Guns, Public Square, Knoxville. 289-4556. Afternoons 1 -4 :30, WANTED TO BUY — Tractors, trucks and cars for parts. Galesburg Tractor Lug. Co., Knoxville Road. Galesburg, 111. Ph. 343-1914. Rooms for Rent—12 FURNISHED sleeping room on first floor, outside entrance, near bath, closet, utilities furn- lshed. 643 N. Prairie. SLEEPING ROOMS Convenient downtown location to stores, theatre, restaurant. All utilities furnished, maid service, air conditioning. See Mr. W. H. Robertson CUSTER INN NICE sleeping room, large closet, close to bath. 657 W. Main St. Phone 343-3052. UPPER 2-room furnished apt. Newly decorated; also 1 room kitchenette. Inquire 283 W. Tompkins. 2 .ROOMS and kitchenette furnished, private bath, close in. All utilities furnished. Call 3421292. 3 ROOM upper furnished apt.. Private bath and entrance Utilities furnished. TV antenna. Adults. 343-6094 after 4:30 p.m. UPPER furnished Apt. Newly decorated 3 rooms, private bath, separate entrance. AH utilities. 697 W. Berrien, Phone 3424002. < Continued on Page 24) Japs Buy Scrap TOKYO (UPI) « The Yomiuri newspaper said today the Soviet Union has contracted its first postwar sale of scrap iron to Japan, undercutting American prices by f?-$3 per ton. The newspaper said the firm of Tokyo Boeki Ltd. has agreed to purchase 30,000 tons of scrap from the Soviets at $39 per ton and that the Russians were sounding out Japanese traders on the possibility of selling them as much as 600,000. tons next year. World's Moslems number «tout 430.3 million. Bids Opened On Mississippi Timber Harvest- ROCK ISLAND—Thirteen firms submitted bids to the Rock Island District, Corps of Engineers, Thursday afternoon for the sale and removal of approximately 5,235,000 board feet of marketable timber from government-owned )and along the Mississippi River. Among them: The W. H. Arnold Log and Lumber Co. Inc. of Hannibal, Mo., apparent high bids for three different tracts—$32.50 per thousand board feet; $31,40 per thousand board feet and $27.50 per thousand board feet for three areas at the mouth of the Fabius River, lVt miles downstream from Lock and Dam 21 near Quincy. Kendrick Timber Products of Abingdon, $42 per thousand board feet for timber on Ward Island, \Vt miles downstream from Lock and Dam 21 near Quincy. Swords Veneer and Lumber Co. of Rock Island, $34.01 per thousand board feet for timber on Blackhawk Island across the Mississippi River from Keithsburg. Crandon Forest Farms of Fort Madison, $24 per thousand board feet for timber on an area on the north side of the mouth of the Jowa River, lhi miles north of New Boston- ( Driver Made Choice KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI)~ Judge Eugene Bourse listened «:arefully while the defendant explained he had two choices: Hit n dog or a parked car. Hans R. Lorscb chose the car. The judge explained that the court also had two choices. Lor&ch was fined. Compromise Reached on Birth Control SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) - A compromise of the Illinois legis lative birth control controversy was passed by the House today 109-27. Under the plan, sent to the Sen ate for approval, the Illinois Pub lie Aid Commission would limit birth control advice and materi als only to married women who request it. The commission would suspend such service to unmarried mothers and those not living with their husbands pending a commission study of the legal, social and moral aspects of state-supported birth control. The commission, with five Senate, five House and five public members, will report March 1, 1965 when the legislature will be in session and can act again on the question. Steel Firm to Share Savings With Employes FONTANA, Calif. (AP) In the month of May, automation saved $1,080,000 for the Kaiser Steel Corp. Because of this, the firm announced Thursday, 4,400 workers will share $339,000. Kaiser and die United Steelworkers of America last year worked out a profit-sharing plan designed to offset the problems of automation. Under the scheme union employes get back 32.5 per cent of any savings in steel production COotS. Citadel Leaders Honored, One Gets Promotion Maj. Violet Hasney and her recently promoted assistant, Capt. Mary Postma, were honored Thursday night by the advisory board of the Galesburg Salvation Army. The ladies will transfer to a newly-built Citadel in Sterling July 1, The board learned last night that Capt. Postma had been promoted from the rank of lieutenant, which she has held the past four years, earlier this week. Major Hasney has been commander of the local Citadel the past three years, and Captain Postma has been her assistant the past year. Board chairman John J. Herron presented the women with gifts on behalf of the board. Henry Marshall, John Ankersen and Jake Syrkel also gave speeches of recognition to them. Capt. and Mrs. Howard Pettys, who have been at the Citadel in DeKalb the past three years, will assume command of the local unit July 3. North Henderson 4-H Tour Planned NORTH HENDERSON - The North Henderson Handy Helpers held their meeting recently at the home of Donna Medhurst. • The main discussion was about their annual 4-H tour. Giving demonstrations were Patty Johnson, and Donna Medhurst. Talks were given by Nancy Humes and Sue Ann Pruessing. Debbie S w a n s o n and Nancy Humes gave a special demonstration on first aid. A special number was given by Donna Medhurst, Roberta Johnson, Laura Mathers and Betty Carlson, accompanied by Mrs. Walter Medhurst. Lunch was served by Terri McKeague. Linda Crocker and Susan Medhurst. Red* Nab Elephants TOKYO (UPI) - Communist guerrillas in South Viet Nam captured two of their biggest war prizes last week, it was reported today. The Viet Nam news agency said the Communists seized two tame elephants trained for transport duty. St. Louis was the scene of th# Stainless steels are the largest i first opening day baseball gam* single market tk nickel, I to be played at night in 195Q, Truck Driver Is Charged With Pocketing Cash CHICAGO (AP) - A Illinois truck driver indicted in Hartford, Conn., for allegedly pocketing $280 paid him for furniture he delivered, has been ordered held for an extradition hearing in U. S. District Court. Hubert Wheeler,*21, of Jojiet, 111., was ordered held Thursday by U.S. Commissioner CS. Bentley Pike. The FBI said Wheeler confessed to stealing the money while de» livering furniture in Connecticut. He surrendered to the FBI June 12.

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