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- --4 ^ 1 l* r *l 1 N 1 : Tax Cuts By 9AM DAWSON NEW YORK (AP)-Whlle busl- ticssmen-antl the rest of us— &wedt out congressional debates on proponed cuts' in income tax rates, some corporations have made a nedt saving already. Some- $2 .3 billion, the Department of Commerce Says. The cash benefits may go even higher when this year's tax bills are figured. The cut in tax payments came from new rules, on figuring depreciation the wear and tear that the lax collector denies individuals to claim, but allows on machinery and such. , The $2 .3 billion savings hopefully was channeled Into new machinery, plants or other business Galesbu Illustrating (Continued from page 5) And the Central Intelligence Agency. lit! TOLD listeners that Hoover "Was so busy chasing around after a handful of about ten communists Greet Guests From South that syndicated crime, which was eviscerating the people of the United States, was going unchecked." MAQUON — Miss Ruth Ann Moats, Newport News, Va.; Miss Ruth Good, Florence, Ala., and Miss Barbara Lovely, Sheffield, Ala. ( spent Friday at the home of Miss Moats 1 grandparents, Rev. and Mrs. Ifa Moats. The young women, all teachers, were en route to Marysvillb, Wash., where they will visit Miss He said the Statue of Liberty Moats' aunt, Mrs. Halcie Lyons, did not to him represent the Un- They also expect to visit friends Committee at Seattle, Wash., in Idaho, Sac nd San American Activities r or the CIA or any other "gum- ramento, Pine Valley shoe" organization. To Dolan, it Diego, Calif, fn route home, represents the workers, the ordi- they wHl stop at Phoenix, Ariz, nary people who want only the rights guaranteed them by the Constitution. "A$I A PRENDEMOS A HABLAR ESPANOL' "This is the way we learn to speak Spanish/' Shown above arc some of the 25 Lombard Junior in an advanced language unit at Lombard. Similar group from Churchill, Junior High will be enrolled rtcxt year. Instructor shown at labora activity. This would help the econ- Higti School students practicing pronunciation in tory console is Prof. Walter Lusctli, a native oipy to grow — and hopef electronic language laboratory at Knox College - Spanish teacher. Language institute, one of four Institute sponsored by U. S. Office of Education* jump in machinery After 7-wcck course, tho students will continue at Knox this sui school teachers. and tools orders, a slight increase in plans for more spending for plants and equipment, teamed up with general increase in business activity to lift the economy higher and faster than the government experts had expected at the start of this year. Some of this seems likely to be traceable to the tax savings of the new depreciation allowances. These are of two kinds. First, Congress voted to allow corporations to deduct up to 7 per cent from final tax bills the cost of r , new equipment. The Comrperce Department says corporations doing so saved a total of more than $1 billion in 1962 on their tax bills. Second, the Internal Revenue Service issued new rules allowing faster writeoffs for tax purposes for depreciation of machinery and other equipment, whenever purchased. This depreciation allowance reduces the gross earnings on which taxes are due. The Commerce Department thinks this increased such write- offs by $2 .4 billion last year. And corporations thus trimmed tax liabilities by at least $1.2 billion. Quilted Hits! \Hendersoii Grove Grange r Reports on Degree Work Okays New Budget PRAIRIE CITY - .At the meeting of the Village Board with president, Orrin Skean, and all trustees present, the following appropriation bill was adopted for the fiscal year, May 1, 1963, through April 30, 1964: Streets and alleys, $8,500; police department, 50; salaries of village officers, 1,750; legal expenses, 100; printing official reports, notices and ordinances, 200; office supplies, 150; labor to repair sidewalks, 250; material to repair sidewalks, 175; repair and maintenance of sewers, 1,000; new equipment for waterworks, 500; waterworks maintenance, 1,000; waterworks operation, 750; park maintenance, 550; village hall rental, 100; street lighting purchase of electricity, 400; total of $15,075. Also during the meeting, a general discussion was held by the board with Atty. T. Otis Brown, regarding street work and cleaning up the streets and vacant lots. HENDERSON GROVE Hen Complete Training WINDSOR Miss Bar bara Shull, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Shull, New Windsor, was graduated as a United Air Lines stewardess at Mount Prospect, III, Training Center July 4. Miss Shull will be at O'liare International Airport in Chicago. She was employed as United Air Lines reservationist in Chicago for one year prior to her graduation. • Mr. and Mrs. Shull were present at the ceremony and returned home July 5. NOTE: Send pattern orders direct to New York. Watch address below. Orders will NOT be ac- 'cepled at Galesburg . newspaper office. Just straight stitching! Whip up these luxury pillows in vivid taffeta or cotton. New! Easy quilted pillows—stamp design on back, stitch by hand or machine. Pattern 735: transfer; directions, 2 quilted pillows. Thirty-five cents in coins for this pattern—add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing una special handling. Send to Laura Wheeler,, care of Galesburg Register-Mail, 74, Needlecraft Dept.. P. O. Box 161. Old Chelsea Station. New York 11, N. V, Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, NAME. ADDRESS and ZONE. NEWEST RAG&-SMOCKING accessories plus 208 exciting needlecraft designs in our new 1963 Needlecraft Catalog—just out! Fashions, furnishings to crochet, knit, sew, weave, embroider quilt. Plus tree pattern. Send 25 cents now. Bishop Hill Church Group Helps Campen BISHOP HILL The Ladies Aid met Thursday at the church and donated $15 to missions and $10 toward expenses of young people attending MYF camp. Plans were made for a bazaar Nov. 7, at the church basement. Mrs. Orlie Chilberg and Mrs. Alice Alstrom are general chairmen tor the bazaar. Other chairs men are: Fancy work and aprons, Mrs. Orlie Chilberg; rugs, Mrs. Fred Johnson and Mrs. Albert Florine; bakery, Mrs. Clifford Litton; luncheon, Mrs. Alice Alstrom. Thataway MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP)-~ Police came upon Albert Ballentine as they chased a burglar. Ballentine told the officers, "He went that way." The police weren't convinced. They arrested Ballentine, 41, on a charge of larceny and breaking and entering. derson Grove Grange met Saturday. Third and fourth degrees were conferred on Mr. and Mrs. Rex Johnson of Oneida. Christine and Donnie Nelson have returned from attending Grange youth camp. Donnie reviewed some of the activities and highlights, at the camp. Coming events planned are the annual ice cream social July 25. Guests Dine at Henderson Home There will be a potluck picnic supper Aug. 17 at „ Lake Storey. There will be two cleaning days at the hall, July 19 and 24. Mrs. Rollo Fritz, lecturer, had charge of the literary program. The Juvenile Grange children presented a display of handmade posters with the theme of "Breakfast on the Farm,*' each One explaining their idea of a well-balanced breakfast. The theme of Mrs. Fritz's program was "Your State." Christine Nelson read some facts and figures about the State of Illinois. On his Veterans Day broadcast of November 1962, Dolan insisted that war was useless. He said the U.S. government is engaged in a "ridiculous contest with Russia simply to prove who is right." He declared the United States is obsessed with "the idea of com Maquon Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Gerald E. Gooding and son John of Mount Pleasant, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gooding and son Tommy of Evanston, and Charles F. Gooding and son Drew spent Sunday at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Gooding. T. F. /Gooding was .brought Foster. Mrs. Helen Strode, Mrs. Mary Brown, Mrs. Ethel Conger, Mrs. Hazel - Bowman and Mrs. Isal Turner. George McKenna spent Sunday with hte daughter, Mrs. Hal Buckingham, and daughters at Gales* burg. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Snow, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Harler, of Galesburg, and Mrs. Minnie Harler were Sunday callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Gooding. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mathews returned home from Peoria Saturday. They had spent since Wednesday attending the state convention of Rural Letter Carriers and auxiliary. Mrs. Mathews was installed as state president for the second year Saturday. Mrs. Bertha Ratcliffe, Mrs. Cleo Daley and Mrs. Hazel Bowman held guest tallies Friday, when Mrs. Homer Foster was uon F h it 1 r. X hostess to her bridge club. Mrs. Viola Widmef held score; Mrs.- Bernice second high, and M^s. * Floyd Bond, low. Mrs. Spilman artd Mrs. Daley held game prize. The July 19 meeting will be with Mrs. Robert Spilman. Donald Swearingen came home Saturday from St. Mary's Hospital, where ho had been a patient since Wednesday. John Henderson of Havana spent Saturday and Sunday with his grandmother, Mrs. Effie Stiar- walt, and uncle Mo'ntejay. ' * • • J - J*J i • J rj munist aggression." ONE MONTH LATER, Dolan was rapping J. once again, saying the nation's top G-man was spreading hys home Saturday from St. Mary's Hospital in Galesburg, where he „, .had been a patient since he suf- Ldgar Hoover | fcrcd a hcart aUack June 3 . Mr. and Mrs. Richard LeaC- nists at large in the nation. Dolan has demanded freedom for Morton Sobell, convicted espionage artist, on the grounds that "as far as atomic • secrets are concerned there just is no such thing any more. Scientists in any country can easily assemble atomic weapons. There was nothing for Sobell to reveal. green of Rio and Mr. and Mrs. commu-1 Robert Sheridan of Monmouth were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Peter- Now You Know By United Press International The land-locked Caspian Sea is in reality a lake and its area of J43, 550 square miles makes it the largest lake in the world, according to the National Geographic Atlas of the World. % son. E. B. Walker of Chicago spent with his Friday and' Saturday Mrs. William Holm, and niece, Mr. Holm. Sally Dee Leffingwell, member of Demming's accordion band, entertained at the Galesburg Therefore, he should never have state Research Hospital July 4. Dan Hanna of Orlando, Fla., came last week for an indefinite visit with his grandmother, Mrs. been sentenced at all." In a speech earlier this year, Dolan spoke on world affairs during which time he attacked, respectively, the FBI, the CIA, President Kennedy, the State Department, the Defense Department, the Pentagon, the House Un-American Activities Committee, former President Eisenhower and various assorted aircraft companies. Copyright 1963 at the Grace Morgan. Potluck supper guests home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hall were Mr. and Mrs. Homer ***** * HENDERSON Mr. and Mrs. For the next meeting, it was DuWayne Gerdes gave a dinner suggested that members think of Sunday at their home after their ideas and ways to help the youth baby was baptized. Guests we^e Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Holmes of CLASSIFIEDS IN JUST 15 MINUTES IF YOU HAVE TO SCRATCH YOUR ITCH, Your 48c back at any drug store. Quick-drying IT,CH-ME-NOT deadens the itch and burning. Antiseptic action kills germs to speed healing. Fine for eczema, insect bites, foot itch, other surface rashes, NOW at Osco Drug, Wesfe Drug. son and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nelson. program. Committee serving lunch corn- near Wataga; Mr, and Mrs. Ralph (prised Mr. and Mrs. Bentley Wil- Gerdes of Milledgeville; Mr. andj Mrs. Walter Hinrichs, of Sterling and Swan Johnson of Galesburg. Each one brought gifts for the new baby. Bernard Baint)ridge of Park Forest, son of Mrs. Evelyn Bainbridge of Henderson, attended the 1943 high school class reunion and banquet at the Custer Inn June 29. now associated with Patterson Privacy LAS VEGAS, Nev. (NEA) Floyd Patterson's quarters are at the Hidden Wells Guest Ranch, a desert hideaway six miles south of Las Vegas, where he boxes Sonny Liston July 22. r •m Arcade Barber Shop You get maximum coverage for each advertising dollar in the daily newspaper. A newspaper is read in 86.4% of all homes on an average day, by 80% of all adults and 72% of all teenagers — almost everybody who buys anything. Trouble with competitive dragons? Cut 'em down to size with newspaper advertising. 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