Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 16, 1963 · Page 13
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 13

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 16, 1963
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New Jersey GOP Shaping Up far As Uninstructed EDITOR'S NOTE - pm c &\ Strategists arc still peering through the smoke of Gfcv, <el« soft A, Rockefeller's blast at the Republican right to assay the New Yorker's motives. Jack Bell, veteran AP political writer, analyzes the governor's attack-and sees a possible clue in New Jersey— in the following article. By JACK BELL WASHINGTON (AP) - Gdv. Nelson A. Rockefeller's formerly excellent chances of getting New Jersey's 40 votes at the 1964 GOP convention appear to be dissolving in a trend toward an uninstructed delegation. While New Jersey Republicans traditionally go to the convention at least nominally uncommitted, until Rockefeller's remarriage to a divorced mother of four children it was expected they would swing to the New Yorker the first chance they got. Now whom they Will support seems up in the air. The evident disengagement of New Jersey Republicans appears to be part of a pattern of collapsing strength in the Eastern industrial state complex Rockefeller had expected to form the foundation for his nomination bid. Aims to Halt Trend Rockefeller's weekend thundering at the Republican right was interpreted as aimed at halting this trend and at re-establishing himself as the candidate of the heavy electoral vote states. In his blast, Rockefeller said the strategy of supporters of, Sen. Barry Goldwater, R-Ariz., is to try to win the presidency with Southern and Western electoral votes while writing off the North —a strategy the New Yorker said "would not only defeat the Republican party in 1964 but would destroy it altogether." Monday night, at Massena, N.Y., Rockefeller said he was concerned that Goldwater might become the captive of "the extreme elements in his following." And, he added, it "should be of the greatest possible concern to Barry himself." Holds Respect "I have great respect for Barry's patriotism and dedication to political life, and he is a personal friend of mine," Rockefeller said in a question-and-answer session following a speech to the New York State Society of Newspaper Editors.'But, Rockefeller said the implications;of what he called ex- Knox County FAIR July 29 - Aug. 3 FOR INFORMATION Call 289-9215 tremist forces In the Goldwater camp' must be considered "in terms of the future of our party." Goldwater, who was not men tiottcd by name In Rockefeller's weekend, statement, denied Mon day in an interview that he ever advocated the strategy ascribed to him. And, the Arlzonan said, he regards Rockefeller's attack as "just his formal declaration of candidacy." Neither Rockefeller nor Goldwater has said he is seeking the nomination. Eyes Negro Vote Republicans have "got to go after every available vote in the big cities and everywhere else," Goldwater said. He added that he wasn't giving up on the Negro vote although he thought it would be "very difficult" for the Repub* licans to get it. The Negro vote is heavy in New Jersey but even Rockefeller's strong stand on civil rights does not appear to be offsetting the political ,'Jamage done to him there by his remarriage. Former Sen. H. Alexander Smith, the patriarch of the New Jersey Republican party, has criticized Rockefeller sharply for his remarriage. Sen. Clifford P. Case, R-N.J., Wedding Is in Arizona DALLAS CITY - Miss Jean Painter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Painter of Terre Haute, became the bride of Lynn Dougherty, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dougherty of Lomax Thursday evening, July 4, at the Davis Monthan Air Force Base Chapel, Tucson, Ariz. Rev. R. J. Weis, Methodist minister of Terre Haute, 111., officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride wore a ballerina length gown of white taffeta fashioned with a fitted bodice having a scoop neckline outlined with re- embroidered lace applique. The lace was repeated down the front of the flared skirt. A pearl tiara held silk English illusion, veil. She carried a colonial bouquet of blue tipped carnations with white satin streamers. The maid of honor, Miss Margie Kirby of Tucson,'wore a powder blue dress of chiffon over taffeta with matching accessories. Her corsage was also blue tipped carnations. Tom Dunagan was best man. . A reception was held following the wedding at the couple's- new home at 4710 E. 27th St., where they will reside after a short honeymoon trip. The bride was a 1962 graduate of the LaHarpe, 111., High School and was previously employed in the I.B.M. department of Benner- Tea Co., Burlington, Iowa. The bridegroom was a 1961 graduate of the Dallas City High School and is now stationed in Arizona. Don't Miss 'Em Sidewalk Bargain Days at BLACKS TV 19c 9 Voir TRANSISTOR BATTERIES, each One Only—5 Tube, New A Af A.M. RADIO— —Only OeYD LARGE ASSORTMENT USED TV SETS AH in working condition from 9.95 Emerson Portable STEREO PLAYERS 4 Speed Port. Hi-Fi Automatic Changer 4 Speed Port, Stereo Automatic Changer 39.95 29.95 44.95 BLACK'S TV (Aero** from the Orpheum Theatre) 62 South Kellogg Street 342-6316 R«9. 79.95 Reg, 49,95 Reg. 79,95 who thought In March that Rockefeller was the only serious contender for the nomination and that,he "would have no difficulty supporting him," has confined himself recently to saying cautiously that the governor- has damaged himself politically. GOP national committeeman Bernard M. Shanley, who was saying months ago that. Rockefeller was certain to get New Jersey's support, has become silent. The state's Republican county chairmen have agreed among themselves that it would be best to have an, uninstructed delegation which could look over the field at the convention before committing itself. 4»H*ers Named For Conference Ai Monticello Knox and Fulton counties have selected 4-H members to attend the 4-fi state junior leadership conference at the 4-H Memorial Camp in Monticello July 22-27. Selectee* from Knox County are Darlene Woolsey, Rosemary Seller, Mike Mennenfent and Gene Fields. The Fulton County delegation comprises Bertha Nott, Lewistown; Mary Ellen Lowary, Cuba, and Terry Lock and Robert Underwood, of Avon. Camp patlcipants are selected for the leadership roles they have taken in 4-H activities during the past year. Object of the annual conference is to further develop the leadership abilities of 4-H members who attend. The 4-H'ers wprk on committees and help guide all camp activities. Later they report what they have learned to other 4-H members in their counties. GRANDCHILDREN VISITING OVER THE WEEKEND in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Aldcrson, 1795 Indiana Drive, were from California, Peru, III., and from Galesburg. Pictured above arc Connie Peterson (top left), Galesburg, and the two boys on the right arc David (top) and Timmy Alderson who with their sister. Sherry (center, in light dress) have been visiting here from Alameda, Calif., for almost two weeks. Standing with Sherry is Cindy Aldcrson (in polka dot dress) who with her brother Mark (front, right) were here from Peru for several days. The blonde charmer (left, front) is Kelly Templeton of Galesburg. Fi-iflay Night Boxing NEW YORK (AP) - Starting in September, nationally televised boxing , will return to Friday nights instead of Saturday nights. The New York State Athletic Commission announced the switch back to Fridays when it approved Monday a contract between Madison Square Garden and the sponsoring Gillette Co. READ THE WANT ADS! Logart Meets Curvis LONDON (UPI) — Isaac Logart of New York will fight British and Empire welterweight champion Brian Curvis at Porthcawl, Wales, Aug. 20. The 10- round bout will serve as a semifinal to the British featherweight championship between Howard Winstone and Billy Calvert. (jalesburgf Register-Mail GALESBJRG, ILL., TUESDAY, JULY 16, 1963 SEC, 2 PAGE ti —— ii -n, i • i- i - i ., i i -m - !• i-i-'if -rfinrntunrHI Work Planned at Alpha ALPHA — The semi-annual business meeting was held Sunday at the Alpha Baptist Church. Dwayne Wind was the moderator, ajid ft report was given by the pastor, Rev. Harvey Preston. Committee reports were given as follows: Robert McLaughlin, chairman, Claf* ence Mason, Mrs. Ralph Spence, Mrs. Louis Browning and Mrs. Ray* Sproston form a nominating committee. Plans were made for fund raising to redecorate the church interior. A congratulatory note will be sent to Rev. John W. Patterson, a former Alpha pastor, for his 55th anniversary of his ordination to the Christian ministry, July 28 from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Fellowship Hall at the First Baptist Church, West Stale St., Jacksonville. On July 21 at 8 p.m. on the Baptist Church lawn the third of the series, the Film Festival, entitled, "Angel in Ebony," the story of Sammy Morris, who came from Africa to prepare for Christian service, will be shown. The decay of crofting, an. unusual system of tenant farming in northern Scotland, is emptying thatched cottages and driving young people to cities. ROVA Theater Announces Stage Creiv ALTONA — The stage crew has been named for the ROVA Summer Theater production, "Blithe Spirit," by Noel Coward. Diana Martin is in charge of makeup, Janice Norene will handle costuming, Sam Hannam is in charge of lighting and Rodney Myers and Brian Norene will provide sound effects. Pam Morris, Bob Klinefelter, Ann Pogue and Becky Turner will work on properties. Assisting the business manager, Ardythe Bjorling, will be Judy Collinson, Diana Gale, Margaret Gerth, Fran Main, Judy Main and Janet Roy. The production will be given in August. HAVE ARMY, WILL TRAVEL — Trained to conduct prc-assault and distant-post assault reconnaissance in support of a landing force, members of the Marines' Force Reconnaissance Companies don't travel light. Above, a Rccon Marine at Camp Gciger, N.C., leans against a man-size bag in which weapons, food and vital equipment have been tightly packed. A mixture of paratrooper, frogman and Indian scout, the Marine will jump with the bag behind "enemy" lines. Once on ground, he will bury the parachute and proceed with the mission. Information gathered will be transmitted back by radio, also carried in the bag. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Yesterday's Stars By The Associated Press PITCHING - Gary Peters, White Sox, hurled a one-hitter with a 4-0 shutout against the Baltimore Orioles. Robin Roberts the opposing pitcher, got the hit, a single with two out in the third inning. Peters fanned 13. BATTING - Dick Ellsworth, Cubs, won his own game by driving in both runs with a single in Chicago's 2-0 victory over St. Louis for his 13th victory against six defeats. Pulls Double Duty PHILADELPHIA (UPI) - End Pete Retzlaff, purchased by the Philadelphia Eagles from Detroit for $100 in 1955, will serve as a player-coach for the National Football League Eagles next season. JOHNS MANVILLE INSULATION Your Neighbor Says Call WHITE'S - 342-0185 Garages by BULLOCK 30 DAY SPECIAL— $ 2 CAR GARAGE ERECTED 1070 00 NO MONEY DOWN F.H.A. FINANCING 5 YEARS TO PAY $21.50 PER MONTH Belter Buildings Being Built by Bullock # 8" Overhang All Around Building # 16" O.C. Storm-braced Studs # 4" Concrete Raised Curb # 4" Reinforced Concrete Floor included in above price. # Berry Steel Overhead Door FREE ESTIMATES - COURTEOUS SERVICE DISPLAY AT 1075 N. FARNHAM Ph. 343-2818-If no answer Call 343-1769 Investors Security Life Insurance Company Investors Security building * Arlington Heights, Illinois m STATEMENT OF CONDITION ASS€TS as of December 31, J 962 Bonds $1,847,391.29 Stocks 188,300.00 Mortgage Loans on Real Estate 38,889.01 Policy Loans 1,157.43 Cash and Bank Deposits . 226,790.32 Time Deposits 357,000.00 Life Insurance Premiums in Course of Collection 406,097.90 Interest Due and Accrued 23,137.19 LUES TOTAL Reserve to Guarantee Policy Obligations Dividends and Endowments on Deposit, Policy and Contract Benefits in Process ' of Settlement Policyholders' Dividend Aetumtffatton ; Provision for Policyholders' Dividends Payable 1963 Premiums Paid in Advance General Expenses Due or Accrued Taxes, Licenses and Fees Due or Accrued Amount Held for Agents' Account Remittances and Items Not Allocated Amounts Withheld or Retained by Company Agent or Trustees Mandatory Securities Valuation Reserve TOTAL LIABILITIES $3,088,763.14 $1,423,309.00 50,870.92 68,614.52 1,207.21 137,314.00 17,955.09 18,665.69 1,470.37 63,328.16 28,273.82 as 9,815.20 5,913.83 1,826,737.81 CAPITAL E SURPLUS Capital Paid Up $ 286,794.90 Unassigned Surplus 975,230.43 TOTAL CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $1,262,025.33 TOTAL $3,088,763.14 HIGHLIGHTS OF THE YEAR INSURANCE IN FORCI 1*0 MILLIONS Company Show* Profit from Operation* before Dividend Reserve for future payment of Policyholder Dividends Publicly Owned legal Reserve Company Imagfneered For Growth INSURANCE IN FORCE $155,302,781 INCOME ACCRUED BASIS $2,889,68149 $16,558,440 $336,800.19 I I I9J9 I960 1961 1962 l»J9 I960 1961 196? $M8I,76114 ASSETS CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $215,845,75 $125,674.38 19*9 I960 >I96I 1962 1949 1*60 1961 1961 Facts often speal* louder tnan words. We are sure that our 38 home office employees, our 200 field representatives, and our 15,000 policyholders and stockholders are as pleased with the {acts as we are. President Board of Director! Garry F. Cornell, Jr. H. E. Garrett Dr. Frank Gosntll Jamei H. Hall Jack Ross Dr. Robert Koih Dr. James W. SefttkOfn Pr. Allen T. Smith Edward W. Terrell George H. Weiner Executive Vice-President Co-Founders

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