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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, July 5, 1963
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Young G tn spite *» MONMOtlTH '4>f ft welcomed rain that continued through Thursday morning, much of the Uuly 4th celebration here went off as scheduled. At 1 o'clock church bells and art, was set off at the park, before an* dience, At 9:30 a fireworks dis* ^fffiXMJIte Auxiliary Police direction of Charles Stew- ki dreag ' were with many terming it the most spectacular ever held here. As usual the Mon- the Warren 1 4i 4th Involve Four Autos MONMOUTH — Only two minor accidents were reported in the J, th6 bell in tuc c*± x I » g i County court house pealed | ACf HieiltS Oil forth to remind all of the occasion. About noon skies started clearing and while both the afternoon and evening ball games at Monmouth Park were cancelled, the after- jtioon and evening concerts area sin<;e Wednesday , of the Monmouth Municipal At 3 Wcdnesday afternoon Mrs ;; Band went off as scheduled BeUy We]ker of rural Monmouth) who was traveling west, four miles west of Monmouth on Illinois highway 164, attempted to make a left turn on a gravel road. The Welker car slid on the gravel into a ditch. Mrs. Welker and her two children Kandi Kay and Robert Lyn received minor cuts about the face. A chain-reaction accident occurred on North 11th Street Thursday at 10:05 p.m. George Darnell, MONMOUTH-Police were kept 43, of 205 N. G St., stopped his .tfeusy the past few days making car; and following j Wm^were autos number of arrests. Rex E. Myers, 17, of 1016 E. emptied in record time. after the park fireworks, the Monmouth Shortly s. * 1 " r MS* •a Police Round Up Violators Of Ordinances driven by Howard G. Fancher, 39, of rural Monmouth and Merlin L. ::;jlth Ave., was '^TlM Ray of rural Biggsville. Panche, Wednesday night for speeding on ?lhe public square. also stopped behind Darnell; however, Ray failed to stop in time and struck the rear of the Fanch- 'Larry E. Nickols, 25, of rural er ^ whjch jn turn hit ^ Dar Monmouth was ticketed Wednes- nel , caf There was Qnl day night for a stop sign violation d to „ ^ involv _ at South Main Street and Sev- ^ b enth Avenue. Charles E. Brentise, 20, of 1015 S. Sixth St., was arrested Wednesday night at 11:50 for the illegal transfer of license plates. Clifford T. Lodwick, 37, of 509 S. Fifth St., was arrested Thursday at 12:01 a.m. for having no license plates or evidence of registration. Country Club's own showing lighted the skies, which other residents also enjoyed. Attendance at the lakes was limited due to the rain and the cool weather that followed, but the holiday ended without any serious accidents or injuries in the area. Dairy Has Minor Blaze t MONMOUTH—Firemen handled Monmouth's only excitement over the July 4tb* holiday. At 10:11 Wednesday night firemen were called to the Maple City Dairy, 110 South A St v where flames were discovered on the back portion of the roof. Firemen quickly extinguished the flames in an exhaust fan that caused the blaze*. Only minor damage was caused to the fan and portion of the roof. Band Vespers Sunday Night MONMOUTH—At the Sunday Evening Vesper Concert presented bv the Monmouth Municipal Band on the Monmouth College campus Sunday, July 7, a "Chorus In Curls" will be a featured group. The "Chorus In Curls," which is made up of girls in the 5th, 6th and 7th grades, is under the direction of Mrs. Minnie McKeown and MONMOUfM-Miss Mary Louise Booemi, daughter of Ethel M. Bootan of 110 S. Seventh St., MoflmouMt, aftd Kietefd W. Bwrtan of Little York, was selected as the recipient of the "Indian Award at the biennial National Young Republican Federation Convention in San Francisco, Calif., during the past weekend. The award is presented to the Young Republican nationally who best exhibits the qualities Of service and effort to state or local club outside the area of leadership responsibility. She wad se< lected from a field Of represents' MONMOUTH Mrs. Juliannd Pittman. They direct a group of 35 girl singers who get together twice a week to sing, learn some mush theory and other musical techniques as they rehearse Mondays and Thursdays at the Junior High School music room. The co-directors of the group are both teachers in the Monmouth public schools. night will be presented in front of Wallace Mall on the college campus. Admitted Tuesday ~ Mrs; Felix McVey, Arvid Johnson, Monmouth. Dismissed Tuesday —" Ernest tives from the fifty states. hL . Al)a Miss Boozan is secretary to Borg, Gladstone; Baby Garth Pe- Donald A. McCumber, adminis- terson, New Windsor; Mrs. Jimmie Linze and baby, Seaton. Born Wednesday —Girl to Mr, and Mrs. Richard Miller, Mon- trative assistant to Ray Page, m * • «rr * % ^ I state superintendent of public in- MUSIC W OrkSllOp I struction at Springfield. A graduate of Monmouth High School | mouth, in 1950, Miss Boozan was legal MONMOUTH—The Elementary | secretary to the late Henry D. Lewis, Monmouth attorney, and | Carries, Mrs. Louis fiurk, Mon served for eight years as secretary to Bufford W. Hottle, State's Begins Monday MONMOUTH—The Elements . School Music Workshop will open the Mon Monday, July 8, on mouth College campus. Those interested may still register at the The "Chorus In Curls" is a new I registrar's office in the adminis- ALEXIS — A survey will be made in Alexis next Week for the Illinois Power do. to m it a natural gas line to serv^ Alexis Is economically feasible. Announcement of the lurvey came from Mayor Charles Sabbath. He said a volunteer from the Alexis Junior - Woman** Club will contact every property owner to see if they want natural gas and to answer any questions. If found economical the gas line will be constructed in 1964 so it would be available for the 1964-65 Admitted Wednesday — Baby winter. Sabbath said he hopes Sherry Logsdon, Mrs. Evvy enough residents will favor gas heating to make construction possible. Arthur Kayser, manager of 111! the rehearsals regularly just for venture, with the girls attending | tration building. The workshop, under the direc- the joy of singing. The group is tion of Mrs. Minnie McKeown, already scheduled to sing in sev- emphasizes four phases of the eral Monmouth churches this public school music program These are music in the class- mouth. Dismissed Wednesday — Leman Attorney of Warren County from Denison,. Oquawka; Mis. Robert nois Power's Monmouth division, 1952 to 1960. She also worked L. White, John Pippin, Mrs. Alva .said it would be likely the line Kilgore, Mrs. Bessie Lingafelter, In 1961, Miss Boozan joined the Roy Miller, Miss Feme Collins, | Galesburg-Monmouth line, which State Mrs. John Seats v Monmouth. —* ** ^* Mrs. 1 Broadway road straight east. for Martin Motor Sales, Inc. of summer. Starts at 7:30 For the band's vesper concert this Sunday evening at 7:30 Mrs. McKeown and Mrs. Pittman have dhosen two numbers from the Dismissed Thursday — Marvin Kaywood and baby, Mrs. Mrs, room, presentation of vocal work, singing games and appreciation of music The summer session program, including the music workshop, chorus' repertoire. The first will | will close with final examinations be "Let There Be Peace On Earth" which is featured by the International Children's Choir on TV and radio. Another number for Sunday night will be "One America" which has recently been,sung by the McGuire Sisters on radio, records, and TV. The Vesper program Sunday Enrollment for session staff of Secretary Charles F. Carpentier as secretary to Eugene O. Duban, administrative assistant, and also was Edit h Goff, Monmouth; a secretary in the Securities Di- Ear j e R Davis Seaton. vision under Thomas W. Gray, securities commissioner. She accepted her present position in SeatOIl CaiUD January of this year. Miss Boozan has taken an active interest in charitable and. church activities serving on Red | Jg Scheduled Cross, MS/ and Polio committees and as treasurer of the Altar and Kayser said this would involve construction of 11 miles of pipeline, along the township line road between Spring Grove and Kelly townships. Open House July 19 and 20. this year's' summer stands at 172, according to Dr. F. Garvin Davenport, director of the session. This does not include 1001 Rosary Society of th \ Immacu- ^ for late Conception Church. Before . _ . m .- r . , r _ SEATON Churches of the Monmouth Presbytery are invited Mary Jane Nagel, Lovell L. Green To Wed July 27 grade and high school teachers enrolled in the phonics workshop. READ THE WANT ADS! MONMOUTH Mr. and Mrs. Open using and Sunday CI sing, Public 9 s Picks in Assembly Agenda election to her present office as Assistant Secretary of the Illinois ^om 1 to 5 p.m Young Republican Organization, she held various local and county offices, including secretary of Seaton. There will be a brief the 19th Congressional District explanation of small-group camp- ap- their house Sunday afternoon, July 14, | Charles Nagel of Rural Route 3, Monmouth, announce the The camp" is located two miles proaching marriage of west and two miles north of daughter Mary Jane to Lovell L. Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Green of Rozetta. Young Republicans and Service Chairman for the state organization. Club I ing, and projected plans of the camp told. A tour of the site will follow and will include an observation of a small camp- Warren Team EDITOR'S NOTE—The following pay exorbitant prices for the limit- Also on the governor's desk is governor, ana signea, was a meas-a # Ruth A. Hull of 1239 E. Broad- is the fourth dispatch of a series ed number of available homes, a bill to hike legislative salaries ure to require seat belts on all | ^Jng RlDDOU in way was arrested Thursday at on accomplishments of the Illi- Opponents charged the bill repre- from $6,000 to $7,500. Another pro- new cars sold after June 30, 1964. 12:30 a.m. for speeding on North nois General Assembly. It deals sented an invasion of property posal being considered by Kerner Still upon his desk are bills to would hike the legislators' salar- require annual county audits and ing group. Main St. Carl W. Linze, 20, of 820 S. with important bills not covered | rights. . _ • i J . 10 -c b y other stories on revenue, pub- Mam St. was ticketed at 12:^5 Uc ajd judicfa| refom) and ^ a.m. Thursday for a stop light administration . s progi;am . Judging Contest Settle 2 Old Disputes ies to $9,000 in the event that the to impose a statewide curfew on a constitutional youngsters under 18 years of age. MONMOUTH The Warren violation at Broadway and First St. Mason Simpson, 21, of Galesburg, was arrested on three counts Thursday night, for run- ^Siing a stop light at Main Street and First Ave,, a stop sign at First Street and Second, Avenue, and for speeding on the public square. At 12:55 this morning Gary D. Paulsgrove, 20,. of 727 E. Fifth Ave., was arrested for driving on an instruction permit without a licensed driver along. At 1:38 a.m. Fred A. Gustafson, 23, of rural Monmouth was ticketed for having only one license plate on his car. The violators will have hearings in police magistrate court today and Saturday. Wednesday, Mrs. Lillian B. Albert, 224 S. A St., and Leroy A. Harrison, 18, of 808 S. First St., were each fined $10 in police magistrate court. Mrs. Albert was charged with a stop light violation and Harrison with a speeding restriction." Newlyweds Are Greeted At Kirkwood By WILLIAM FEURER voters approve „ Al „„„ • i rtMf • amendment to allow the General Two other perennial entnes in «„„„„n„ Tf bills Assem kly to meet annually. It now meets every other year. the legislative sweepstakes to create a state crime commis- FFA livestock judging team won Await Kerner Action a blue ribbon in the state FFA Other bills awaiting action by Judging contest held at the Urn- versity of Illinois on Tuesday, SPRINGFIELD (UPI)-The pro- sion an d to outlaw the type of fessionals predictably were more p i n ball machine that allows win- sary of the intr concerned about other matters, ners t 0 win cash—received Gener- mum wage legislation in the leg but there was no question about a j Assembly approval. Gov. Otto islature. It met the same fate it what the public considered the the governor would: „ • e *u A ,n ,u . i -Increase state aid to grade June 25. Members of the team This year was tihe 50th anniver- gh schools and to junior were Steve Fillman, Charles ir>\r nt fho infrrwinr»finn nr mini-I ° " . - Wheat Marketing Cards Mailed MONMOUTH—Clark Griswold, office manager of the Warren County ASCS Office, said that the 1963 Wheat Marketing Cards have been mailed to all eligible farmers in the county. Mr. Griswold further advises that if any eligible farmer does The wedding will take place July 27 at 2 o'clock at the Grace United Presbyterian Church in Monmouth. No invitations are being sent but all friends and relatives are invited to attend the wedding and reception which will follow immediately in the church parlor. Sentenced to 7-12 Years For Manslaughter CAMBRIDGE—A Kewanee man i was sentenced to 7-12 years in open biggest issues before the 73rd Illinois General Assembly — housing and Sunday closing. The majority of legislators said that one or the other of the two big issues drew the most mail to their desks. The letters generally favored bills to close most Illi- sonable length of time, he should charge of voluntary manslaughter, contact the ASCS office at Mon- a f ter he killed his landlord over help law enforcement—bills to legalize wiretapping and to impose stiffer penalties on syndicate criminals—were killed. ; 4 Policemen and firemen were in-. . . _ . . volved in two other controversial nois businesses on Sunday and proposals t0 increase ^ ^ opposed the one to forbid discrimination in housing. uction ot mini- coll at an addit ional cost of Pierce, and John Gibson. These not receive his card within a rea- n enry County circuit Court on a hnn ,„ fh* IPC. ahw j t ^ mimon , a year vo . ag students had to place two' i--* ^ ««- ^ -i.«"W i u « * —Fix a ceiling of Chicago prop- rings of swine, two rings of sheep, Kerner has already signed t h e | has for the past half-century; it | erty taxeg for ^ C0llM)ra6te two rings 0 f beef cattle, grade | mouth. iL t . £ _ —Create new departments of one ring of 10 head of swine, and Two other measures sought to the current session was for a $1 public aid and ch adren's services, grade two rings of 10 head of beef .In law PnfnrPPmpnt— hills tn 1ft- an hOUT minimum Wage. r ^ _^ rtf ; rtne ftn nrnfocdnn. nafH* tn M<>1I rim commission bill. was defeated. The proposal before tent Judge Dan H. McNeal sentenced imum wages in downstate cities and to forbid any combination of The mailman woi\ a 50-50 vie- their duties unless specifically tory. Both measures were killed authorized by referendum. Both by the legislature. Many of the a re now on the governor's desk, lawmakers, in casting their votes, said they were swayed by the letters. Many also said they considered the complex issues of public aid, revenue and reapportionment Some That Were Rejected The General Assembly also turned down bills to allow larger •Put restrictions on profession al boxing, including the size of gloves, .age of the boxer and division of the profits. -—Allow Illinois students to re- cattle in each ring. Judging contests help to stimulate the vocational agriculture student's interest in learning the points of proper selection of live- Fire Loss at Bishop Hill Set at $4000 Henry Van De Mark, 63, of Kewanee to not less than seven years and not more than J2 years to the Illinois State Penitentiary on the charge. Van De Mark allegedly shot and BISHOP HILU-A loss of $4,000 killed Hartvig William Paderson, banks to open branches, to ban c ite a stanza of the Star Spangled stock, poultry, and grain. These the death penalty for a six-year Banner which includes the words contests enable the boys to put was set when fire destroyed a 50, of 203 E. College St., Kewanee. their vo-ag classroom instruction catt,e shed containing straw They had been drinking, the police Thursday afternoon near Bishop report stated, and an argument be- trial period, to outlaw professional boxing and to hike the salaries of the governor and other top state elected officials. "in God we trust/' Other proposals killed by the [into practice. General Assembly would have: —Raise the marriage age for Other members of the Warren Hill. Among legislation sent to the women. FFA Chapter that participated as individuals rather than mem- gan that Van De Mark should pay The shed was located on the I Padefson more rent. Van De Mark Eight Die in Holiday Mishaps Walter Krause farm, occupied by picked up a revolver and shot ^ «*» *-» l ^"°<" ==-'™ SET K ra =cST »t llved trict answered the call about tion of cars. —Required identification picture La rr y McMahon, on each driver's license. Lipp and Bill Robinson, grain; ultry; and By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Eight deaths marred Illinois' more important. The Sunday closing measure was labeled as necessary to en- Fourth of July weekend and con- sure "rest and recreation" by Illi- tinued pleasant weather brought nois citizens by its sponsors. It the populace out to places of re- was termed interference in a I laxation. t( fight between main street merchants and the discount houses" Two drownings were reported. Alfred Harris, 50, of Keysport, a state license inspector, was one It was voted out of the Senate of the traffic fatality victims. His with a string of exemptions—in- by opponents. car collided Thursday with an- Mr. and Mrs. | eluding food, gas, liquor, antiques other in which three Missouri res- and horses sold at auction—but idents were injured west of Pinck- traffic when he was struck by an auto driven by Paul Siron, 35, of •Allowed branch banking. —Hiked speed limits. —Created a state department of Garry Hohner, dairy; Eldon R. Aupperle, vo-ag instructor and I was believed to be a short in the He was bound over to grand 2 p.m. but were unable to save jury and waived his right to trial the structure. Cause of the fire by jury. Wellington, 111. commerce. Three persons were injured and p u t rural electric cooperatives a woman was killed in a three-car under jurisdiction of the Illinois accident south of Urbajia on Philo Commerce Commission. FFA adviser and Dave Whiteman accompanied the particinants in the state judging contest. electrical wiring. The Ray family was picnicking with the Marion Davis family a SET LECTURE TONIGHT MONMOUTH — Ruth Sheldon See also: Bakke column from Springfield, on page 4 in this issue of the Galesburg Register- Mail. KIRKWOOD — Carl Watson of Aberdeen, S. D., visited with friends in Kirkwood I was dealt a quick death in a I ncvville on Illinois 154. Tuesday. Watson and Miss Mar- House committee. tha Lois Williams of Aberdeen were married June 27 at St. The open housing . proposal lived up to its history of legisla- Mark's Episcopal Cathedral in failure by failing to get House Minneapolis, Minn. The Rev. Mr. passage. Supporters said discrim- Henry H. Hoover performed the i na tion f particularly in the Chica A man tentatively identified as Albert J. or Matthew Johnson, of Houston, Tex., was killed Thursday night on U.S. 66A near Elwood, 111., while trying to hitch a ride. State police said Johnson ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Watson g0 are3( was forcing Negroes to was attempting to wave down will live in Aberdeen. Kirkwood Briefs Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Edith Wetander were Mrs. Mary Ackerman, Mrs. Catherine Bowker, Mrs. Lula Hutchinson, Mrs. Carolyn Wetander, of Monmouth, Lane just one block from the highway on West Broadway. Plan Revival for July 7-21 MONMOUTH—Special evangelistic services will be held in a large tent, July 7 through 21 at Monmouth, on a 5-acre plot on North Sunny Moline Plane Crash Kills 1 and Miss Francis Seldon of Smithshire. The Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist | the speaker. These tent meetings are again sponsored by Immanuel Baptist Church of Monmouth. Rev. Willard Wyatt, from Atlanta, Ga. t is Services will be Church is sponsoring a rummage le to be held at the South oide Center in Monmouth, July 13 at 9 a.m. Anyone having articles to contribute for the sale may leave them at the bell room of the church. Nancy and Noralee Larson of Joliet are visiting in the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Larson and their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Larson and family. held every evening at 7:30. A large volunteer choir will sing each evening and there will be special numbers in song. These five acres of land just across from the west boundary of the city will be the location of a new church some day. There will be plenty of parking space and a trailer for nursery. Victor O. Erickson, the pastor, may be contacted for further information. In 1844, the first major study of the Gulf Stream was begun by Brashar's doubloon, issued by Benjamin Franklin's great-grand- Ephiram Brasher, goldsmith, and ton, Alexander D. Bache, for the dated 1787, was the only coin United States Coast and Geodetic struck in New York state during Diirvey, the Confederation. Road Thursday night. The woman was Sylvia Hassler, 30, of Urbana. John Nalley, 36, also of Urbana, driver of the car that struck Miss Hassler's, was charged with involuntary manslaughter and driving while intoxicated. Lauren Kay Barnett, 17, of Decatur, was killed Thursday when the auto in which she was riding left Illinois 48 northeast of Decatur and overturned. MOLINE. 111. <AP> - A para- A collision on Illinois 18 east of c j, ute j um pe r was killed and the Streator Thursday took the life of pi i ot an( j tw0 ot h er jumpers were a man named Charles Conway, injured in the crash of a light who was about 25. Authorities p j ane in a cornfield shortly after said they were unable to deter- takeoff Thursday, mine where he lived. The victim was John Talbot of Newberry Saylor, 50, of Fair- Iowa C j ty> a gra duate student find bury, died Thursday night on a teaching assistant at the Univer* road two miles southeast of Anch- sity 0 f IoW3( w j, 0 was to j ump or in McLean County. A 'motorist j at a Fourth of July celebration short distance away when they Knowles, petroleum expert and m # T . spotted the fire. journalist, will give a lecture at Marriage .LlCeilSe Equipment from the Galva fire 7:30 p.m. this evening in the MONMOUTH — A marriage li- P r °t ection district was also on Monmouth College Theater, which cense was issued Wednesday to the scene - to the public free' of James Blair Brasel of Marion and Carol Virginia Clark of Little York. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! is open charge. Mrs. Knowles will lecture on ''Petroleum Peace Corps" in con- lination, including alfalfa, sweet I junction with the American clover, watermelons, apples and Studies program now under way About 50 cultivated plants in the United States require insect pol- cucumbers. on the campus. drove over Saylor's prone figure, blinded by another car's headlights. at East Moline. The craft fell into a field near the cast-west runway at Quad- D r a w n c d at Lawrenceville | City Airport. Thursday was Danny Parriott, j Others Survive son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Par- The survivors, listed in fair con- riott. He went under while swim- dition at Moline Public Hospital ming with friends in Lake Law-1 Thursday night, are Dwight Mar- rence near the Indiana state line. A fisherman identified as J. D. Rush drowned in the Calumet River today when he tried to retrieve a reel that had fallen into the water. Billy Ray Jennings, 23, Pomona, Calif., was killed Fridav in an automobile mishap on Illinois 43 southeast of Sparta. ti, 30, of Muscatine, Iowa, the pilot; Francis P. Melroy, 27, and Kenneth Riedsel, 28, both of Dac- enport, Iowa. The men, members of the Hawkeye State Parachute Team, were trapped in the wreckage of the plane. It did not burn. The plane took off in light rain, Dave Jahns, a farmer who lives Rev. WiUard Wyatt In Chicago, Michael Ordrajka, near the airport, said the pilot 80, was fatally injured by a mo-; told him he experienced a power torist who failed to stop after the : failure and was trying to return ident. ' to the airport,

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