Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 12, 1963 · Page 6
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, July 12, 1963
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6 Gofesbura Register>Moil f Gq[esbum> Friday, July12, 1 $63 Quotes From Todays News (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.) By United Press International LONDON — Home Secretary Brooke, commenting on the hostile treatment given Queen Elizabeth by demonstrators: "I was shocked and furious. This is the work of a handful of Communists and anarchists." DENVER — The Rev. Dr. Ben Herbster, president of the fourth general synod of the United Church of Christ, on racial integration in an address during the last day of the meeting: "Now I must call on you again to act. This is a call to a great crusade — a crusade of both men and women. Yes, and a crusade for children, too." WASHINGTON — An administration official, surveying the entangled situation of the railroads and their operating unions: "There is not going to be any easy legislative answer." Baptist Youth Hold National Conference Rockefeller- continued from page 4) zona, but if he can be made to seem a tacit accomplice of South- Some 200 high school students,*! ern segregationists, the gamble is including two from Galesburg, are spending the week at an American Baptist Assembly at Green Lake, Wis. Participating in a national senior high conference on "Witness in a World of Crisis" are Dennis Shafer of 724 Monroe St., and Frank McAuley of 792 S. Seminary St. Both are members of the First Baptist Church in Galesburg. The conference is designed to help young people understand the meaning and nature of witness in today's world. This conference is one of 33 national Baptist conclaves to be held on the 1,100-acre ground during the 1963 summer season. LONDON — Attorney Jeremy Hutchinson, who is defending Dr. Giuseppe Martelli, accused of being a "spy-in-waiting" for the Russians: "Dr. Martelli, from the Russian point of view, was totally Now You Know By United Press International The average age of the 15,115,* 000 World War II veterans still iving is 44, according to the Veterans Administration. Haiti has an estimated Negro and mulatto population of 4,300,000. expendable. It came out that they seemed to be getting fed up with him." GRAND ROLLER RINK NOW SKATING Wed., Fri., Sat., Sun. Nites Sat., Sun. Afternoon East Knox Just Off Grand 1855 East Knox Chicken Fiesta 1244 MULBERRY ST. PHONE 343-6915 SOUTHERN FRIED HUSH PUPPIES 25c par ord.r 1/2 CHICKEN, 4 Pieces -..„._.„95c Garlic Bread, French Fries and Cole Slaw 9/4-lb. CATFISH DINNER TURTLE FROGLEGS, STUFFED SHRIMP SHRIMP and RIBS—S1.30 BOXES OF CHICKEN — 8 Pieces 12 Pieces S2.25 20 Pieces 16 Pieces ._ ...$2.75 24 Pieces $1.50 -S3.25 -$3.75 SATURDAY & SUNDAY — 1/2 CHICKEN Garlic Bread — French Fries — Cole Slaw. -Me FREE DELIVERY OVER $1. CALL 343-6915 FOR SPECIAL PARTIES AND OTHER OCCASIONS. GLES Galesburg's Leading Fraternity" Saturday, July 13 GREEN RIVER BOYS ^ 100 at 11 38+ at 12 Louise Hollis serving best of food. ANNUAL STAG PICNIC SUNDAY JULY 14 AT KNOXVILLE FAIRGROUNDS 10 A.M. 'Til ? another top entertaining FRANK'S FILLET FEATURE $2.50 Ends Saturday THE GRENADIRES Martie's Restaurant featuring the finest in American and Italian Foods will be Reopening Monday, July 15 CARRY-OUT SERVICE DELIVERIES 343-5513 fj 200 Varieties of Pizzas # Spaghetti & Ravioli % Delicious home fried Chicken & Sea Foods # Steaks <} 40 different Sandwiches 72 S. CHERRY ST. Open 3:00 p.m. til 12:30 frl & Sat. 3:00 p.m. til 2:15 a.m. that the anti-lily whites among the Republicans can put Rockefeller over in a rush. In putting himself at the head of the Negroes' push for rights, Rockefeller has taken a carefully calculated risk. It could take him into the convention in a strong position if he can carry the day in a few important primaries. But the risk assumes that the civil rights issue will still be the uppermost issue well into 1964. THIS MAY INDEED turn out to be the case. If President Kennedy is defeated by cloture in Congress in his hopes for an inclusive civil rights bill, and if Goldwater, along with Dirksen of Illinois, plays a significant part in that defeat, Rockefeller will be in a position to attract the support of anybody who has been disappointed by either the Democrats or the Congressional Republicans. But what if a moderately decent civil rights bill emerges from Congress for President Kennedy's signature? With the Negroes getting three-fourths of a loaf, could they make enough of an issue over the missing one-fourth to turn the Republican convention and the Autumn election into a knock-down and drag-out battle over "lily-whitism"? The marching of the Negroes is now accepted as zeal, but if it were to continue after a partial victory it could be taken as a measure of intemperance. The • whole subject is mined with unforseeable hazards. And Cuba, or Castroism in Venezuela and Brazil, could be the big 1964 issue after all. Copyright 1963 HOSPITAL NOTES Long fished profitably in the Pacific, tuna is an almost untouched resource in Atlantic waters. DANCE TO PLEASANT VALLEY NEIGHBOR BOYS SATURDAY, July 13—9 to 12 At POWELL'S PAVILION Come and have a good time! RIB SHACK North on Route 150 Now Fully Air Conditioned Foi carry out service Call 342-2413 Open Dally at S P.M. MOOSE LODGE 880 Dance Party BERMUDA SHORTS NIGHT Members and Guests SATURDAY NITE DON CLUTE BAND DANCING EVERY SAT. BALLROOM JULY 13 Bill Hardesty and His "Music Styled lor Dancing" $1.25 before 9—S1.50 after * 'Always a Breeze at the Hub' MUSIC MENU "BIG HIT" If you want good music, "we got it." Everett's Tap WATAGA FRIDAY NIGHT Old Friends Back Again THE PRAIRIE PARTNERS DANCING 8:30 to 1 A.M. SATURDAY NIGHT Golden Rocket Boys DANCING 8:30 to 1 A.M. No disorderly conduct ioleraled EVERETT COFFEY, Owner Drive-in Window Notice Friends Special Menu AT MIDWAY TAVERN (Formerly Bud & Hanks) 2140 EAST .MAIN TURTLE PAN FRIED CHICKEN INDIVIDUAL CATFISH T-BONE STEAK SHRIMP Sandwiches of AH Kinds Come in and eujoy a friendiy good time. Your friend, lucle Joe Shragal, prop. Cottage ADMtgStOttt THURSDAY Glenn U. Whalen, 1488 Conger St. Gerald T. Rogers,, 1418 Rock'Island A .VG* Miss Sandra L. Lind, Galva. Mrs. Ha2el Guenther, 245 E. Filth St. Mory V, Westerfleld, 898 E. Losey St. Mrs." Pauline 3. Rylander, Oneida, Charles E. Austin, 863 Yates St. Victor Johnson, Oneida. Mrs. Bernice M. Law, 82 Aliens Ave. Carl S. Johnson, Oneida. Cathy A. Phipps, 1176 Wlllard St. Mrs. Ila Joan Olin. Gilson. „ DISMISSALS THURSDAY Mrs. June M. Suydam, 1543 E. Knox St. Mrs. Myrtle L. Ewing, 1250 E. South St. Everett R. Shane, 1163 Lane Ave. Scott C. Norris, Galesburg. Mrs. Carolyn A. Scott, LaFayette. Terri L. Armstrong, 576 Maple Ave. Renda J. Gibbons, 364 S. Chambers St. Mrs. Connie J. Adolphson, Galesburg. Mrs. M. Mabel, Falrview. Mrs. Gloria M. Allison and baby, Rio. Bruce W. Williams, DeLong. Mrs. E. Delores Ross, 914 w, North St. Ray G. Sholl. 1169 Florence Ave. Roy C. Majors, 123 Michigan Ave. Harold D. Arnold, Galesburg Route Mrs. Kay M. Stevens and baby. 1076 N. Cherry St. C. Herman Johnson, Victoria: Ralph E. Hensley, 1060 E. South St. Mrs. Johanna 3. West, Victoria* Burlington Triumphs in 12-11 Battle By United Press International Amazing Tom Reynolds played superman for the second game in a row Thursday night to spark Burlington past Dubuque, 12-11, and lift the Bees into first place in the Midwest League. Reynolds, the league's leading hitter, went 5 for 5, including a two-run homer and a solo home run that won the game in the 12th inning. Dubuque probably will be glad when Reynolds, leaves town. His performance gave him 9 hits in 10 trips against the Packers in the first two games of the three- game series, plus 8 runs batted in. Reynolds drove in 4 runs and scored 4 more himself Thursday night. In other action, Clinton stopped Decatur 4-1 to drop the Commodores into second place, Wisconsin Rapids shaded Fox Cities 7-6, Cedar Rapids topped Waterloo 4-2 and Quincy blanked Quad Cities 2-0. The- same teams meet again Friday night to complete three- game stands. Dubuque's Doug Crawford and Paul Dicken almost halted Burlington's leap into first place. Crawford smashed a bases-loaded homer for the Packers and Dicken pounded a pair of round-trippers. But the Packers gave up 16 hits to the Bees and committed 9 errors. St. Mary's ADMISSIONS fHUMSDAY Mrs. Donald R. Larson, 843 Ella St. Tannic Williams, 269 W. Brooks St. Mrs. Scott G. Brady, 566 Monmouth Blvd. Wilbur L. Wilson, 928 Maple Ave. Mrs. Jessie P. Longcof, 259 W. South St. Mrs. Mabel S. Oakes, 67 E. Simmons St. Mrs. John L. Pittman, Williams- Mrs. Charles F Abramson, 339 W» Losey St. _ ^ Mrs. Henry L. Moore, 1232 E. Berrien St. . . . John J. Grawey. Galesburg Route 2. Vivian B. Laswell, 508 Jefferson St. Howard A. Sampson, Abingdon. XTobert L. Sampson, Abingdon. Mrs. Angeline A. Pica, Jersey City, N. J. DISMISSALS THURSDAY Mrs. Donald L. Britton, 791 Abingdon St. Mrs. Clyde S. Brown, Avon. Mrs. John Duane, Monmouth. Leslie R. Everett, 446 W. Sixth St. William R. Felz, 1053 S. West St. Fred Flagg, Hawthorne, Calif. Terry E. Miller. Washington, 111. Mrs. Lyle E. Pinckney. 246 N. Academy St. Mrs. James R. Sparks, 704 Wisconsin Ave. James R. Snodgrass, Galesburg. Mrs. Joseph B. Tucker, Dahlnda. Mrs. C. E. Weir, Abingdon. Tannie Williams, 269 W. Brooks St. Jillayne, Patrick, Jacqueline and Josanna Zeltner, 158 W. North St. New Windsor Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Blade of Monmouth and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brandvold of Owatonna, Minn., spent July 6 with Edwin, Harry and Miss Alice Swanson. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Blade of Moline were evening callers in the Swanson home. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Movie Calendar FRIDAY, JULY 12 ORPHEUM: "Irma La Douce," 1 :30, 4:00, 6:30 and 9:00 p. m. WEST: "Mothra " 1:30. 4:50 and 8:10; "Jason and the Astronauts," 3:10, 6:25 and 9:45 p. m. DRIVE IN: "Mystery Submarine," 8:50;- "Donovan's Reef," 10:30; one complete showing nightly. Weather scientists say that at any given moment some 1,800 thunderstorms are occurring somewhere in the world. NOW PLAYING DOUBLE FEATURE Jessica a most mischievous girl! nciHuim' ""mar •Mta .iMTaBMiro Plus filmed In VMIIUMMII M. Mtitedthru rMwisioN' TcCnnlCuLun ma go wai SHOW STARTS 7:30 Air-Conditioned Adults 65c Child 25c THEATRE KNOXVILLE DRIVE-IN ST Exclusive I Galesburg Showing GANGWAY... YEAR'S J OHN WAYNE L1EEF T ECHNICOLOR S»* OPEN 7:30 Show at Dusk o N O W 3 Lemmons hit the Jackpot N O W ...In the adults-only everyone EllRtSCH COMPANY- EDWARD l-ALPERSON <jaeK LEMMON most Impudent, comedy since liked it/hot!* , 8HIRLKT 6 ' MaelBlNE it BILLY WILDER'S *JRM$l Ut I>0U6E •Irem th» Mm* Preduc»rOlr«cier who B«v» »ou "torn* UWII Hot* MIIAM* TM*W wont* tmitn FEATURES SHOWN DAILY AT H ?L^S^ 1:30 4:00 6:30 9:00 P.M. „ <,„.**.. IXT .» SUNDAY AT 7 P.M. ONLY KT«A HOLLYWOOD SNEAK PREVIEW Come as late as 7 P.M. and see. a bursting with life best seller in beautiful color with a host of stars. It's the picture of the year with a complete showing of "Erma La Douce." Sneak at 7 P.M. 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