Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 6, 1963 · Page 20
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
July 6, 1963

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 20

Publication:
Location:
Galesburg, Illinois
Issue Date:
Saturday, July 6, 1963
Page:
Page 20
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 20 article text (OCR)

20 Gatesbura fteflistef*Mol.li GolcsburQ, Sports Parade Saturday, July 6, \963 it* •» (Met. tts\ Ml. Off.) By OSCAR FRALKY DPI SpWte Writer MIAMI <t)PI) - The usually jovial Jimmy Demaret hauled off -today and gave his beloved game of golf a shot fight between the eyes. The principal reason is that the U.S. Golf Association and the "Professional Golf Association, ruling bodies of the sport in the United States, are too lenient when it comes to enforcing the rules. The second reason is that too many guys in the fairway ..business are taking advantage of this leniency. It is time, says Demaret, to -•wocall a screeching halt to such nonsense. To the amateur, if you happen to be a golfer, the rules are a >• 'joke. Take this from a guy who played in a foursome where the other members were indignant because they couldn't play "winter rules" and tee it up in the fairway. This, incidentally, was """Friday—July 5. Almost As Bad It's almost that bad, from a pro standpoint, on the tournament circuit, according to Demaret. ...^ "There was a tournament within the past month where all the so-called unplayable lies were • >» r ..circled with lime," said Demaret "It isn't really unusual. It's that way almost anywhere you go. If they'd just not buy any more •^'-'lime and save the money, at the end ol the year they could play a 'Lime Open Golf Championship' for the biggest purse of the year." Jimmy, who with Jackie Burke is a co-pro at the Champions Golf Club course in Houston, doubles "*'' in brass as a summertime pro at Kiamesha Lake, N.Y., and is a television narrator on All-Star Golf, stresses his opinion that the "'"rules should be played "hard and honest." , "We used to play it out of anywhere," he asserted. "If it was unplayable, you took the penalty. Now they are dropping. the ball ,„,,,all over the place, and some of your greatest golfing names are among the chief violators." All Do It ........ Names, he contended, such as Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer, just to make a point, although •"• •••'•they aren't doing anything all the rest aren 't doing. "In the Cleveland Open, Nicklaus was told that somebody stepped on his ball and he was •'given a free drop, although nobody ever found the person who MICROCOSM—The best things come In small packages, at least in the field of electronics today. Complicated circuit visible in viewing screen above is an enlargement of the tiny object held in tweezers by an RCA Laboratories technician. The circuit is made of "solid-state" elements, designed to combine the best properties of transistors and vacuuah tubes. This particular circuit will go in a computer. supposedly stepped on it," said Jimmy. "In the Masters, he went for a par-five green with his second shot, rolled down into a wet spot where spectators had been walking and was given a lift. For cryin' out loud, then why shouldn't you get a lift in a sand trap that somebody forgot to take and you wind up in a footprint?" Everything, he insists, is "too casual." Palmer Will Keep Trying To Win LYTHAM, ST. ANNES, England (AP)—Retire? Who? Me? That's the size of the conversa- »WP have casual trees, casual tion you'll get with Arnold Pal- , J 1 ~«««S <.1e " ~— " * hazards and casual officials. Palmer Gets Lift Palmer, he pointed out, was 0 f en u ^ c „ r L„r u ~"irT,— given a free lift from under a a |? faLS1 °^ ^ is now tree guide wire during the Thun- straight B Sh ^ derbird classic. This, Demaret week 0pen Me ne *t contends, was strictly "bush." "During the U.S. Open at Roch ester, N.Y., a few years back,' The biggest money-winner of all !" time coasted around Blackpool in CBlc ,, ~ — , 'an exhibition match Friday. he pointed out, "Henry Cotton of Bronzed and fit, he said today he England made a disgusted stab is just about ready to keep on o — at a tap-in and missed. It was a stroke but he didn't count it. Cary Middlecoff and I protested, but the USGA overruled us in the interest of international 'good will.' Later they had to lat Jackie Burke and Doug Ford off the hook, for. signing wrong scorecards which should have disqualified them, because they had opened the door for Cotton." ATTENTION FARMERS OPEN HOUSE TUESDAY, JULY 9th - 2 to 5 P.M. SEE THE NEW BEHLEN PORK FACTORY THE VERY LATEST IN CONFINED HOG RAISING. NOW READY FOR OPERATION At the Jerry King Farm located 3 miles west of Victoria, IV2 miles south or 8 miles north of Route 150 on Appleton Road. Plan to Attend 8 P.M. EVENING MEETING Discussions on . . . # Pork Factory # Grain Drying Systems # Wet Grain Storage # Grain Handling Method* # And Leasing Arrangements 1? TJJ "JP% fji rafrofhmontt ftoor prisos As an aid in the prevention of swine diseases, please do not wear your farm chore clothing. OPEN HOUSE SPONSORED BY Behlen Manufacturing Company AND YOUR LOCAL DEALER KIRK'S LUMBER CO. 1006 Monmouth Blvd. Call 343-2198 rner, the 33-year-old American who has spread-eagled the world going for a very long time. "I'll never stop wanting to win," Palmer commented in an interview. "I always have believed golf to be the greatest game. Once you have reached the top, that itself is enough incentive to stay there." Palmer, winner of almost a half-million dollars in purses alone over a decade and now a rich man by any standards, says he refuses to believe that security breeds comfort. His philosophy: "I love playing golf well. I hate losing. I have been lucky enough to win a lot. People now expect a standard from me. Lots of fellows wanted to beat me. My pride makes me want to beat them. It's really a matter of pride, I suppose." Palmer imposed his personality on the whole golf world assembled for the Open Friday, when he captained a "rest of the world" team against the British to please Prince Philip in a charity match at Blackpool. The Palmer team beat the others 6-3. Palmer led off by beating Dai Rees, a former British Ryder Cup captain, 4 and 3, on a course he never saw before, with a sparkling 69. A total of 120 golfers will compete in the British Open next Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. State Treasurer Saves $125,000 For Taxpayers SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - Illinois Treasurer William J. Scott has announced that he returned over $125,000 to the state from appropriations for his office. Scott said Friday that the money represented savings from appropriations inherited when he took the office last January. The bulk of the savings was from salaries, with a surplus of $107,124 in the various salary accounts. Scott said latest figures show he has 135 employes on his payroll compared to 198 employes a year ago. Nem Notes Of Berwick BERWiCK-Mr. and Mrs. fiuf ford Young and family of Monmouth called on Mr, and Mrs Leslie Eaton recently, James Hiett of Avon spent Saturday with his grandmother, Mrs. Minnie B. McMahitl. Mr. and Mrs. William Maries of Armstrong, Iowa, spent sev eral days this past Week visiting Mr. and Mrs. William Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Russel Welling ton and family have moved to the Clifford Lewis tenant house. Their address is now Monmouth, RR4. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Taylor and Pat spent Sunday with Mrs. Taylor's father, Chester Derry, of New Philadelphia. Mark Jones of Moline spent several days last week with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Claire Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carlson, Marsha and Rodney, Mr. and Mrs. Buel Mack, Ricky and Sandra enjoyed a weekend outing at St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Woolum spent several days last week at the Wisconsin Dells. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Eaton called on Mr. and Mrs. Dale Jones of Bushnell on Saturday. Susan Parkins and Connie Wilson who were injured in a car accident on Friday evening are reported to be getting along as well as can be expected. Dreamy Linens! 4 Dream linens become a reality when you make this set in easy embroidery and quick pineapple crochet! Pattern No. 214-H has hot-iron transfer; crochet directions. To order send 35 cents In coins for each pattern to: Creative Woman, care of Galesburg Register-Mail, 319 W. VanBuren St.. Chicago 7, III. Add 10 cents for lst-class mailing. Print name, address with zone, style number and size. Tabletop From Missing Ship Found in Ocean MIAMI (UPI—A tabletop from the fishing ship Sno' Boy, missing with 40 men aboard, has been found floating south of Jamaica, the Coast Guard said today. The Sno' Boy has been missing since Tuesday. Earlier reports said 55 persons were aboard the 63-foot craft, but the Coast Guard said today it has verified that only 40 persons were aboard the $25,000 vessel. The ship left Kingston Monday night for Northeast Cay, a tiny island 80 miles from Jamaica. Backyard Sale 862 FRANK ST. MONDAY 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Clothing and miscellaneous items. ATTENTION FARMERS! Back Yard Sale, 984 Willard Street. Po It Yourself Horn* Remodalars. Lots of Used Material at a fraction of their cost. 75 wood window sash; 35 wood door*; 1—20' Hand Derrick, new Steel Cable, Ladder*, Bolt*, rod*. Angle Iron*. Glaxed Brick, mUcel- laneou* bldg. material. Monday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Telephone 342-1710. CHECK and CORRECT ALIGNMENT — BRAKES NOW AUTO BODY KJ^OX AUGNMENT 39 North Cedar — Galesburg, lllinoi* BOTH DOING: FINE-Paralysed 11 years by polio, MM . John F. Sands, of Parma, suburban Cleveland, Ohio, admires her recently born 8-pound son. Mrs. Sands was In an Iron lung or respirator during much of her hospital stay. One of the young fellow's two sisters, Joan, 7, is also an "Iron lung" baby. Parks Named By Aiinawaii State Bank Edwin D. Parks, a former Knox County resident, was recently appointed as vice president in charge of the Commercial Loan Department at the State Bank of Annawan. Parks was born and reared in Knox County and currently resides at Kewanee. He began his banking career with the Annawan bank in January 1955 as a customer relations consultant. He was appointed assistant cashier in October of the same year and later was named assistant vice president in charge of the installment loan department. The bank's board of directors also approved the appointment of Mrs. Bertha White as cashier and Ronald V. Corwin as manager of the Installment Loan Department. Mrs. White has been employed by the bank since 1946 and Corwin was previously employed by the Financial Security Life Insurance Co. of Moline. S. F. Dividend The board of directors of the Santa Fe Railway has declared a quarterly dividend of 30 cents per share, being dividend No. 2}2, on the common capital stock of the company payable Sept. 3, to stockholders of record at close of business July 26. READ THE WANT ADS! PORCH SALE 876 W. BERRIEN TUESDAY — JULY • — » to T In caie of tain held July 10 WANTED CUSTOM COMBINING Carroll Graves, Altona, HI. _ 4846495 FOR SALE 1960 Fleetwood Cadillac Lew mileage, lull powtr, air conditioned. Can be *een CITIES SERVICE STATION Henderson ft Dayton St*. 1956 New Moon Mobile Home With attached 10x20 doted in porch on 196x212 land* scaped lot. 2 car garage with cement floor. 6 mi. I. of Victoria. Will *ell all together or separate. CAU 342-0849 after 6 P.M. FBI Arrests Crime Playboy In Los Angeles LOS ANGELES, Calif. (AP) Marshall Caifano, 52, also known as John Marshall, has been arrested in Los Angeles, Calif., on a charge of conspiracy to commit interstate extortion. Caifano, known as the playboy of the Chicago crime syndicate, had been sought by FBI agents in Los Angeles since Tuesday. He was picked up Friday as he was about to enter an expensive Hollywood hair-dressing salon that caters to male movie stars. Caifano, of Oak Park, 111., is accused of attempting to extort $60,000 from Ray Ryan, California hotel and oil man. Accused with Caifano are Allen Smiley, 56, of Los Angeles, and Charles Del Monico, 37, of Miami Beach, Fla. Smiley,' and Del Monico, were arrested Tuesday. READ THE WANT ADS! TOMPLETE TREE REMOVAL Fully Insured — Free Estimates POWER STUMP REMOVAL OLSON'S TREE SERVICE Call CoUect — Trojan (-2101 Gllaon, 111. Galesburg. 111. — 842-8234 Backyard Sale 377 HOLTON I to S MONDAY — Julr • TUESDAY — July I Children's clothing. Men's large 17-171/2. Furniture, misc. BIG YARD SALE 320 N. CEDAR ST. SATURDAY, 9 to Dark SUNDAY • to S Men 's, women's, chlldrens clothing. Lawn furniture, tables, lamps, chairs, lcnlek - knacks, dishes and misc. items. WANTED New Wheat & New Oats FOR NEW ELEVATOR IN DOUGLAS, ILL. LOPEMAN GRAIN (0. PHONE 358-1439 Backyard & Rummage Sales, etc. Must tw in our efftc* 12 noon day before) ad runt. Call 342.5161 Galesburg Register-Mail Display Advertising Dept. OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY, JULY 7 1 TO 5 P.M. 154 BANDY Newly Decorated 3 Bedroom Split-level $18,000 Trtm$portrtton Departure* iftMtlft April fl AIX SCttKDlTLK* DAfLIOITf SAVING TTMl AkiarMfi .**MM tv Denver ZtWft A to Denver itt{±-*"*~**2&! £' Oms'na, Lffieoui P CillfofAia .-.—-«:«|. •MYaVe7¥«ibo** !,,U *t!&. H.ioa. 134 Grand Canyon p. IS Chlcit, an ^.^atto P. Santa Fe, Westioiind • K. C. Chlei .2:85 a. 19 Chlel ^. 13:89 p. 123 Grand Canyon ......3 :gQ p. 1 S.F. Chief* 7^8 p. lr Texas Chief ~——-9:86 n. 17 Super Chief- El Capitan* _.io*» p. n flaffstop Otark, Northbound riight 140 to Chicago* ..... .-8:53 a. m 64 to Chicago* ....4:48 p. m Otark, Southbound 141 to St. LOJIS •*. .12:2a p. m v '—Except Sunday ••—Except Saturday •OS SCHEDULES _ Westbound To West Coast . 6:88 a, m. To West Coast —-150 p. m 1o West Coast _. ......0:48 p. m Eastbeuad To East Coast . ...12:01 p. m. To East Coast . 8 AO p. m. _ Southbound To St. Louis .10300 a. m _ _ Northbound To Davenport ....930 p. m. To Peo 'a ., 1:18 p. m. To Peoria 82a p. m. MARKET REPORTS MONDAY'S ESTIMATES CHICAGO (AP) - Official estimated livestock receipts for Monday are 12,000 cattle, 7,000 hogs and 500 sheep. Galesburg Hog Market ' Galesburg Order Buyers C. B. A Q. Stockyards Market active. Best eastern hogs, $17-$17.80. Top, shipping $18.25. 200-220 220-250 250-300 Sows: 300-500 $17.50-$18.25 $17.00-$18.10 $16.00-$17.50 $12.50-$15.25 READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Backyard Sale 1396 MOSHIER MON. at TUES — July • fc 9 9 till Dark A Little Bit of Everything FOR SALE Dictation Equipment 2 Portable Units—1 for DICTATION, the other for TRANSCRIPTION. BOTH UNIJS $275.00 (A Real Bargain) Cost over 8750.00 new. May be seen and operated by you. Phone 342.2321 after 8 or 342-1101 before 8. Former Champ Is Against Black Muslim NEW YORK (UPI) — r<*»cf heavyweight boxlni champion Floyd Patterson said Friday night he thought the Black Muslim movement was "like* the Ku Klux Klans, and two wrongs don't make a right." Patterson, appearing on a television program, said* "I disagree with their move wholeheartedly, and just like the Ku Klux Klans, 1 hope that they are eventually banned." The Black Muslims, a militant Negro movement, advocates racial segregation. Patterson, who visited Birmingham, Ala.—scene of violent integration riots—with former baseball star Jackie Robinson, said that city had impressed him as a jungle. "I felt like an animal," he said. I've always felt that (police) officers were to protect the citizen,, and there (in Birmingham) the Negroes were . . . trying to get away from them, actually hiding from them." Yesterday's Stars By The Associated Presi PITCHING - Johnny Podres, Dodgers, allowed only two hits, did not permit runner to get to second base in 1-0 victory over Cincinnati that boosted Los Angeles' National League lead to three games. BATTING — Vic, Power, Twins, stroked six hits in doubleheader as Minnesota took second game from Baltimore 7-5 after losing opener 4-3. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! YARD SALE 1 Mile West on Route 34 Right side of road ' MONDAY, July 8 — 10.?f Clothing and Misc. From infants to adults. Not Res. for Accidents ARE WE GOING YOUR WAYS We will have space In Furniture Van (or part loads to and from Peoria, 'Champaign, Danville. 111., July 1 & 2 Chicago, Aurora, Joliet, July 2 ft 3 Denver, Colorado July 5 - IS Chicago, III. July 6. 7 ft 8 BE SURE AND CALL THE MAN WITH THE BIO VAN The Only Owner Operator on the Job In Galesburg With Over 35 Years of Experience Nuway Movers Phone 343-1159 18317 MCC SALE OF REAL ESTATE RE: ESTATE OF MAY McMASTER, DECEASED. I, the undersigned, Executor of Estate and under Will of said decedent, will pursuant to terms of Last Will and Testament of said decedent, sell at public sale to the highest and best bidder or bidders therefor the following described real estate to -wit: Tract No. 1 Southeast Quarter'of Sec. 28, Twp. 13 N.R. 3 E. of 4th P.M. excepting east 79 acres thereof, containing 80 acres, more or less, situated in Knox County, Illinois. Said lands are an A-l small farm in high state of cultivation and well improved. Tract No. 2 The Northeast corner of Lot 6 in Block Two of Daniel Allen 's Addition to Willage of Altona, Knox County, III, described as follows: Beginning at southeast corner of Lot 5 in Block 2 in said Daniel Allen's Addition, and running thence W. 8 rods, 10ft feet, thence S. 4 rods, thence E. 8 rods 10ft feet, thence N. 4 rods to place of beginning, situated in Village of Altona, Knox County, 111. Said Tract No. 2 is a fine residence property in the Village of Altona, in an excellent location. Sale of said Tract No. 1 will be commenced and held at lOo'clock A.M. JULY 16, 1963, at the residence on said Tract No. 1, being 1ft miles South of Altona, 111., and said Tract No. 2 will be sold at premises described, being residence owned by May McMaster at her death, and sale thereof will commence at 2 o'clock P.M. JULY 16, 1963. Terms: As to Tract No. I Ten per cent of purchase price to be paid on date of sale and balance on March 1, 1964 when good Executor's deed will be delivered and possession given. As to Tract No. 2 twenty per cent thereof to be paid on date of 6ale by purchaser and balance 30 days from date of sale, when possession will be given. Said Tracts Nos. 1 and 2 will be sold free from taxes for the year 1963. Both of said tracts will be sold subject to the approval by the County Court within 30 days after date of sale. For further particulars contact the undersigned. W. A. THOMPSON, Executor of Eft, of May McMaster, deed Nelson, Gustafson ft Blake, Attys. for Executor

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page