Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 13, 1963 · Page 6
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 6

Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, July 13, 1963
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(fctlciburo Reflister-Moil, Golesburei. IH, Soturdoy, July 13, 1963 Farming ton Mm Injured At Yates City YATES dltV-Doii Brennan of fumUngtofl, brother of Mm. Rodney Blodgett received bums about his face and arm when a radiator on the ear blew up in his face while at the filodgett home this week. Me received second degree burns. Mrs. Harley C. tained Mrs. Eva Puller enter* Chamberlain, Mrs. Susie SlaytOn, Mrs. Lela Webber and Mrs. Edson Bowman Wednesday. The women had dinner at Meyers near Middlegrove. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Clark left Wednesday for Ft. Riley, Kan. to accompany their daughter-in- law, Mrs. Robert Clark to Yates City. She has been with her husband, who is in the service, and now being sent to Colorado and I DRIVE-IN 1 ST Exclusive m Galesburg Showing NOW Open 7:30 Show at Dusk JOHN f m DONdV^S nooucron later to North Carolina. Mr and Mrs. Fred faylor, Susan and Sarah had a birthday supper for her father, Earl Rogers July 2. Those present Were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rogers of Yates City, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rogers of Elmwood and Mrs. Earl Richardson of Farmington. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Clark returned home Saturday after spending a week at Siren, Wis., fishing. Mrs. Robert Whitmer, Mrs. Helen Werderites and Paul of Farmington, Mrs. Leonard Skaggs of Rock Falls were recent supper guests* of Mr. and Mrs. Fred McMasters. Blllie Lischer of Macomb spent a few days with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Orin McKinty. Mr. and Mrs. Orin McKinty and grandson, Billy Lischer of Macomb, motored to Pontiac where they attended the eighth birthday of Janice Crowley in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Crowley. Mr. and Mrs. Don Trowbridge and children Sunday spent the day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Boswell in Peoria. Yansy Club Has Picnic At Toulon TOULON — The Yansy class of Toulon Baptist Church held a family potluck supper Sunday at the church. Out-of-town former members were present. They v/ere Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Pugh and children of Phoenix, Ariz., and Mr. ancT Mrs. Don Coakley and family of Kenosha, Wis. Toulon News Notes Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Miller and family spent July 4 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burford, near Monmouth. Rickie Miller . returned home with them after visiting his grandparents. Mrs. Douglas Boyd and • son Douglas of Chicago and Airman 1. C. and Mrs. Donald Hackwith are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Hackwith and other relatives. READ THE WANT ADS! SHARES HONORS—Shirley MacLalneas the Irma of "Irma La Douce," Mirisch Co. Technlcolor-Panavlsloii comedy for United Artists release now at the Orpheum Theater. She shares stellar honors with Jack Lemmon. BILLED AT WEST—"Jason and the Argonauts" sail through the Strait of the Crashing Rocks, aided by the god Triton, in this scene from Charles H. Schneer's spectacular new screen entertainment. Todd Armstrong as Jason and Nancy Kovak as Medea star in the Columbia release, in Eastman Color, now showing at the West Theater. Martie's Restaurant featuring the finest in American and Italian Foods will be Reopening Monday, July 15 CARRY-OUT SERVICE DELIVERIES 343-5513 200 Varieties of Pixzas Spaghetti & Ravioli Delicious home fried Chicken & Sea Foods Steaks 40 different Sandwiches 72 S. CHERRY ST. Open 3:00 p.m. HI 12:30 Fri. & Sat. 3:00 p.m. til 2:15 a.m. JUST AS IT US SHOWN DARRVL F. ZANUCK'S WITH 42 INTERNATIONAL STARS I STARTS Bated on lha Book by CORNELIUS RYAN Released by 89th Qantvry-Fot, COMFORTABLY COOL N. Henderson News Items NORTH HENDERSON—Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shepherd of North Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shepherd of Galesburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Carter helped Mrs. Frank Shepherd celebrate her birthday in Burlington Saturday. Frank Shepherd left Sunday for Denver, Colo., where he will be employed for a few weeks. Shepherd and his family, along with Mrs. Jennie Hawkinson, spent July 4 with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Carter in Burlington. Mrs. Glen Crafts and her son Brian of Davenport, visited recently with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swanson. Brian remained for a visit of a few days. Rev. and Mrs. William Palmer returned Saturday from East Bay Camp after serving as counselors for the junior high group. Frank Adams took cattle to Ottumwa, Iowa, Monday, by truck Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nelson along with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lo quist returned home Sunday after a vacation trip to Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Devlin and family have returned home from a fishing trip in Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Wolfred Swanson and their children Kay and Paul left Monday for Strandquist, Minn. They will visit relatives there. READ THE WAN1 ADS! RIB SHACK North an Route 150 Now Fully Air Conditioned Fof c»rij out wrvlc* Call 342-24 U Open Daily at I F .M WATAGA CAFE SUNDAY DINNER Pon Fried CHICKEN 89c CATFISH $100 T80NI STEAK —- $150 C*rry Out Orders Welcome PHONE 375-65IS Other Editorial Opinion (Continued from page 4) days." Thousands of people put millions of dollars into Pond's scheme, How did it work? Simple. He just paid off the claims of the first'investors with the money being put into the "plan" by the newly-minted suckers. Everyone wanted a piece of the get-rlch* quick opportunity — and for a while it worked. Then volume caught up and the whole house of cards came down. Ponzi lost his mansion, the five banks he had bought, his yacht and his freedom. He went to jail and died a pauper, But, JFK has revived Pond's scheme. The taxpayers are the suckers, He is paying $10 billion annually just to keep the huge 9300 billion-plus public debt afloat and has added $27 billion on his own to the total tab. He calls the debt the "floating balance" and his annual deficits "minus ad' justments." But it all smacks of the old Ponzi plan — and it could well bring the Nation to the same end. — Republican CongreMton* il Committee Newsletter, READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Movie Calendar •ATUM>AY -itmt >At, jvtr mi OftPHCUMt "irm* LH bonce," 1:30, tJM, 8:30 Jtntt 9:00 p, ffi. ^ 8:10} "Smn and the Aeronauts," 8:60; "Donovan's ttcef," 10:30» one complete showing nightly, Now Yon Know By United Press # International The first newspaper printed in the American colonies was the Boston News-Letter, which John Campbell, a postmaster, started publishing on April 24, 1704, ao cording to Collier's Encyclopedia. READ THE WANT ADS! ...unless shs, too,digs the world of fommos for Francs. GREAT FUN I" - Gilbert, Doily Mirror "NAUGHTY l§ A NICE WORD FOR 'IRMA LA DOUCE'I FUNNY IT ISI'° - Hole, Daily Ntwt "THE FUNNIEST COMEDY SINCE WILOER'S LAST FILMI WACKY...STUDDED WITH BAOSI NOT EXACTLY FOR CHILDREN I"» - Peper, World Telegram "WILDER'S GONE AND DONE IT ...A BRISK AND BUBBLY FILMI" - Crowfher, N.V. Timu MIRISCH COMPANY.;.EDWARD L ALPERSON™, <jaCK I SHIRLEY LEMMON MaetaiNE "BILLY WILDER'S iRMa*iK >ueE rot ADUITS ONLY— ftllttMD THRU UNITIO AUTIfttft TECHNICOLOR * PANAVISION* 17 yMn «f •ft will k« „ ^^ Saforday at | s30f 4-00, 6:30, 9 P.M: \^^mm '£^MM •XT«A SUNDAY AT 7 P.M. ONLY HOLLYWOOD SNEAK PREVIEW Com* 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." "La Douce" at 1:45, 4:25, 9:10 Sneak at 7 P.M. Only on Sunday — itoHmgTODD NANCY co-siarnng GARY LAURENCE "MGTHR4" St UW • i'M "JASON" at 1:10 - «:2* •44 9:41

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