Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 9, 1963 · Page 18
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 9, 1963
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la ^GttliibtittlefliitifrMaH. Gafisbura, Hi. Tuesday. Juiv 9. 1^3 Shanghai Club \GayXozy\Ensy Entertained Mrs. Floyd Lynch and children and Mrs. Lawrence Peterson attended fiver Busy Club at the home of Mrs. Sewell Dlllbeek Wednesday. Rug rags were sewed for host* ess and quilt blocks made. Mrs. WHUam Peterson arid Mrs. Leon Cline were remembered by their secret pals. Miss Grace Johnson of Rio and Mrs. Leone Anderson of North Henderson were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Yarde attended her class reunion at Eldridge Memorial Park in Rose* ville Sunday. Mrs. Yarde was a graduate of 1943. Mrs. Phil Moberg, Mrs. Bob Hunt, and Mrs. Harold Noonan were among those who recently attended Good Time Club at home of Mrs. Joyce Noonen in Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lynch and family attended a family reunion at Muscatine Park Sunday. Mrs. Maurice De Buysre and Mrs. Lawrence Peterson attended the July meeting of the Altar and Rosay Society of St. Theresa's Church in the hall Tuesday. Plans were made for the annual ice cream social July 28. ARC Meeting BIGGSVILLfc-Mrs. Inet Dlx* #*, chairman and Mrs. Beulah Pendarvis, co-chairman for Biggsvllle Township, attended a luncheon and meeting at the Red Cfess Blood Center in Galesburg, pertaining to the bloodmobile slops in Hefiderson County during this year. ^fhe first' visit in the county Will be iff Oquawka at the Social Center July 31. Fifty donors are needed for each visit. Honor roll charts have been placed in most of the business places where one can sign up as a donor. This is a new project for Henderson County. The quota for the year is 500 pints, Those between the age of 18 and 60 were urged to sign up. Biggsvllle and Rozetta townships Will have the Bloodmobile visit in October. Biggsvllle Briefs Mrs. W. Kenneth Stevenson and daughter Carol with Mrs. R. H. Stevenson, spent a day recently in Macomb at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Jones. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Stevenson, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Stevenson, daughter Carol and Keith Jones were dinner guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. George Holmes, Wapello, Iowa. Other guests in the home were Mr. and Mrs. Harry White of Chicago. Stevenson is an uncle of Mrs. White's. En route home the Stevenson FLOWERS Ptrfect for every occasion! # Styled Bouquets • Foliage Planters (Our summer specialty) '# Blooming Plants Free Delivery!—Charge It! nderson florists 312 E. MAM 121N. BROAD MMIW - M - »4M1U families visited Mrs. K. Stevenson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kissinger at Sperry, Iowa. A good attendance was present at the Friendly Circle family picnic at the South Henderson Church Wednesday. Miss Edith Renken spent the 4th of July vacation with home folks from her studies at the Burlington Junior College. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilbur of Chicago are spending their vacation at the home of his mother, Mrs. Pearl Wilbur. Mr. and Mrs. William Forgey are visiting their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Forgey at Woodstock. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Milroy, with Mr.'> and Mrs. Hobart Lock Sr. of Prairie City, had dinner recently in Galesburg, and visited Mrs. Frank Danielson, a patient in the Cottage Hospital. Animals wkh backbones are called vertebrates. Charter No. 241 REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE Reserve District No. 7 First Galesburg National Bank and Trust Company OF GALESBURG In the State of Illinois, at the close of business on June 29, 1963. Published in response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency, under Section 5211, U. S. Revised Statutes. 1 5,791,663.00 13,168,600.40 2,916,265.24 ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of collection $ 2. United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed (Net of any reserves) 3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions (Net of any reserves) 4. Other bonds, notes, and debentures (including $897,414.54 securities of Federal agencies and corporations not guaranteed by U. S.) (Net of any reserves) 1,173,123.04 5. Corporate stocks (including $52,000.00 stock of Federal Reserve Bank) (Net of any reserves) 52,500.00 6. Loans and discounts (including $643.12 overdrafts) (Net of any reserves) 10,936,681.68 7. Bank premises owned $1.00 1.00 11. Other assets 239,221.62 12. TOTAL ASSETS $34,278,055.98 LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 1 14,973,957.09 14. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 8,252,061.00 15. Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) 2,052,127.76 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 4,858,311.21 17. Deposits of banks _ 789,553.77 18. Certified and officers' checks, etc 268,984.05 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS $31,194,004.88 (a) Total demand deposits 21,903,433.88 (b) Total time and savings deposits 9,291,561.00 23. Other liabilities 485,636.73 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES 31,680,631.61 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25. Capital Stock: (a) Common stock, total par $750,000.00 750,000.00 26. Surplus 1,000,000.00 27. Undivided profits 847,424.37 29. SO. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 2,597,424.37 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ... $34,278,055.98 MEMORANDUM 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes 4,520,119.32 I, H. C. Richardson, Cashier, of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this report of condition is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. H. C. RICHARDSON, Cashier We, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this report of condition and declare that it has been examined by us and to the fcest of our knowledge and belief is true and correct. R. L. STUART H. P. NICHOLS A. M. BONDI Directors NOTEi Sand pattern orders direct to New York. Welch address below. Orders will NOT be accepted at Qaleaburg newspaper office, i Family treasure 1 Take this afghan on trips, to games, or use on wintry nights. Choose a lively 4-color scheme or scraps for this afghan, Knitted shell medallions—join later. Pattern 718: knitting directions. Thirty-live cents In coins for this pattern—add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing «nd special handling. Send to Laura Wheeler,, care ol Galesburg Register-Mall, 74, Needlecraft Dept., P. O. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station New York 11, N. V. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER. NAME, AO- DRESS and ZONE. NEWEST RAGE—SMOCKING ac cesaories plus 208 exciting needle craft designs in our new 1963 Needlecraft Catalog—just out I Fashions, furnishings to crochet, knit, sew, weave, embroider, quilt. Plus free pattern. Send 25 cents now. Writer Peers Into Future And Comments By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) - Selected society and political news from space age newspapers in the year 2,163: LONDON—A government crisis was averted after all members of the Labor cabinet swore -in the House of Lords that they had never spent weekends en masse on the planet Venus. ROME - Pope Pius XV, in an eloquent appeal for universal peace, called upon all the inhabitants of the solar system to adopt eternal principles of social justice to avert the threat of calamitous skywide warfare. WASHINGTON, D.C. - President and Mrs. John Adams Roosevelt Rockennedy c e 1 e- brated their 100th wedding anniversary with their 817 living descendants. A quiet family game of touch water polo in the Potomac featured the day's festivities. MOSCOW — The new Tory government announced a 35 per cent pay bonus for everybody, the invention of a new three-pants suit, and said the Bureau of Industry had turned out 3 billion, 200 million swivel chairs during the current year. NEW YORK - One of our latest-model tourist ferryboats to Mars has been unreported for five minutes. It is feared that it was struck by an asteroid. Some 8,612 passengers — and the two crewmen — are thought lost. CORNCOB, Neb. - Jasper Y. Taller, local county agent, disclosed today the U.S. Department of Agriculture is secretly going forward with plans to store surplus corn and wheat on the planet Jupiter, Local bin owners, claiming this is a Communist plot, have called an indignation meeting. ALBANY, N.Y. - Gov. Robert Kennefeller told New York State's 512,000 hard-hit schoolteachers his econonuc budget forbade any increase in their present $35,000-a- year salaries. New Toulou Store Opening TOULON — George W. Black will open an appliance store and service shop in the building he recently purcliased from Mrs. Earl Broun, located at 119 N. Washington St. in Toulon. The showrooms will be opened in about 10 days. He will handle a full line of Frigidaire appliances. Black owns the G&F Wash and Dry laundry located in the rear room in the Rashid Store Building. He has announced he will add dry cleaning to the laundry. • Jacobyon Bridge Setting For Whodunit By OSWALD JACOBY Newspaper Enterprise Assn. It has always been a mystery why no one has ever used a bridge tournament as the setting for a "Whodunit." Life Master Don Von Eisner finally has done it, in the paperback, "How to Succeed at Murder Without Really Trying." The book Is told in the first person by self-styled bridge bum Jake Winkman. He is not a very savory character and bears little or no resemblance to any bridge player living or dead, but in the end Winkman turns out to be a first grade hero. Searching someone's bedroom for clues, Winkman finds today's hand written on a sheet of paper. He recognizes it as one that I played in 1032 and that- Watson used in his classic book on play as an illustration of the Deschapelles Coup. The hand was played in the finals of the Summer* National knockout team and helped the team of Watson, Lightner, Gottlieb and this writer win it. I sat West and my jack of spades held the first trick. After looking dummy over carefully, I shifted to the queen of diamonds. This lead effectively killed the Bridge NORTH (D) I <M •KQJMT • AJJ *7«8 WIS* CAST *J1 4KQ109I VAtfS 91052 • QS82 •KO* • 10084 *Q3 SOUTH 4.A7S8J ¥4 • 1074 4AKJ3 No one vulnerable North East Sonth West IV U Double Pais 2«.» Pass 3N .T. Past Pass Pass Opening lead—4 J dummy's heart suit and left de' clarer with no play for his contract. I have always wondered how the defense would have gone If our partners had contracted for three no-trump, but will never find out. Lightner and Gottlieb played and made four hearts without any trouble at all. Incidentally the hand turned out to be an important clue. Winkman deducted that the occupant of the room was taking bridge lessons from someone. Teeners Are Top Problem In lob Mart By SAM DAWSON NEW YORK (AP) - Teen-age job seekers are a top national problem today, The number who can't find worK increases even though the total of employed of all ages crosses the 70-mlUion mark for the first time. Even in an expanding economy the problem may get worse before It improves, because of a still larger influx of youngsters to come. * At the other end of the age scale, union workers are centering their battles this year on schemes for job security rather than higher wage rates. This was the crucial point In the steel labor pact and in the fight between the railroads and their unions. Even so, in many basic industries the number of employes has dropped while the units of production per worker have increased. Total employment crossed the 60-million mark just 15 years ago. Since then steel production workers have declined in number by about 20 per cent, although output per worker has gone up by about SI per cent. Last year 12 per cent fewer motor vehicle workers turned oat 86 per cent more cars than In im. fn the same period, the number of railroad employes dropped 40 per cent while freight ton-miles per worker rose 40 per cent. The big gains in total employ* ment have been in the service in* dustrles, and in the technical and more highly skilled jobs in the production fields. READ THE WANT ADS1 JOHNS-MANVILLt INSULATION Your Neighbor Says Call WHITE'S - 342-0185 ilt is this accent on training and ikill which thwarts many teen-age Managers Al Dark of the San Francisco Giants, Fred Hutchln* son of the Cincinnati Reds and Harry Craft of the Houston Colts wear No. 1 on their baseball uniforms. DR. 1. ERNSTEIN OPTOMETRIST CONTACT LENSES IYES EXAMINED' LIVING SOUND HEARING AIDS GALESBURG OPTICAL CO. •43-1317 Of 142-3017 331 E. Mala Hoursi • A.M. to I P.M. rrldsys: • A.M. to StM P.M. Wednesday's TU ftooa. joj* seekers, Those who are returning to school this fall may achieve the tralnin| goals, Many of those who are dropping out of school will still have to scramble for the job opportunities open to beginners. 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Mala Oalesbnrt 3 welcome People welcome the newspaper and the advertising it carries.71 *of all' are home-delivered, guaranteeing audience continuity, ^ The readers who paid to have the newspaper delivered welcome the advertising In tts pages, because advertising is a kind of news itself about the marketplace. In fact/ after the news itself, advertising is the most popular feature in the paper, 78% say they'd prefer a newspaper with ads to one without, But 54% would rather have TV without ads; 619* would rather have radio without ads. Put your advertising message fn the daily newspapeiwnost people want It there. MORE PEOPLE 00 MORE BUSINESS THROUGH NEWSPAPERS

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