Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 18, 1963 · Page 10
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 10

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, July 18, 1963
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TOM'': ^ J ' p 'J 'I * I • - _Lx_ h> 4 r" > - ^ * 1 t i sd him the license. him ft •ii: - f 4 (0 towef in work It will qualify control WlfHtm ftrnt left St to to Join her husband lit Frankfort, Ger many. He is a radio-teletype operator in the 32ftd Signal Battel ion. Both are graduates of Alexis Community High School. PFC Farm is the son of Mr. and Mrs. — ft* Joliesoit, son of Mrs W> Johnson, 1703 Willard William Vi Tattatt. AM hi St.; and 1245 V* TaggaH* son of Mr Mrs. William P. Clark St.. and Virgil Farm of North Henderson, and Mrs. Farm is the daughter of Mrs. Helen Powell of Alexis. Taggart. St., and Michael L. Vltale, son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy L. Vitale Sr. Johnson's wife Peggy lives at 234 N. Seminary St. in any air the United States or abfoad. He is due for discharge in September after four years of duty with the Navy. He is the son of Mrs. Blanchi? Crittendon. n S. West St. Airman 2. C; Gary M. Dooley, Son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dooley of Oquawka, has arrived at Hfck- AFROTC program at Utah State, TIZZY University where he received a 1 ***** * bachelor of science degree. His wife* Rose Mary, is living in Abingdon where they make their home. SM. Sgt Jerty ft Martin of Macomb has graduated from the Strategic Air Command Senior Noncommissioned Officer Acade- am AFB, Hawaii, for assignment my at March AFB, Calif. with a Forces. unit of the Pacific Air He formerly was stationed at Grand Forks AFB, N. D. m Lt. Col. Robert N. Ltnrothc las arrived in Japan to assume the post of U.S. Army Japan Information Officer. He arrived I in Germany. Pvt. James F. Varnolrf sailed June 26 from New York for Farm Wing Second Lt. Gary Wing is spending a furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wing, ir Alpha. He has recently been commissioned following graduation from the Air Force Officers Training School at San Antonio, Tex. He is now assigned to Chanute AFB, where he will serve as statistical services officer. Wing is a graduate of Al- Wood High School and Western Illinois University. in Japan Thurs* day with his wife Jane and three children. P r i or to this assignment, he was Industrial Liaison Officer in Chicago. He is a native of Galesburg and is a graduate of the Univ e r s i t y of Miami. A niece. Piper, lives at 680 Linrothe Mrs. Brandon W. South St. duty He recently completed baste training and three months armor training at Ft. Knox, Ky. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Varnold. John Brcribcrg, AM 2. C. ( is attending school for six weeks before leaving for assignment in Japan. His address wfll be: VAH- 123, Box 15; N. A. S. Whidbey Island; Oak Hhifeor, Wash. He the son of Mr. and Mrs is Walter Woodhull radarman the Jerry R. Noonan, seaman, is serving aboard USS Taylor which rs serving with the Seventh Fleet in the western Pacific. It operates as part of an anti-submarine hunter - killer group with the aircraft carrier USS Kearsarge. Noonan is the son of Mi*, and Mrs. Raymond W. Noon, 438 Clark St. Airman 1. C. W. C. Smith has graduated from the Noncommissioned Officer Preparatory School He will return to his permanent unit at Homestead AFB, Fla. His wife is tiie former Kaye E. Thompson of 657 W. Main St. Elmer E. Capitani of Farming- on has been promoted to airman second class in the Air Force. He is a medical records specialist assigned to the 852nd Medical Group at Castle AFB, Calif. His wife is the former Olive Rice of London Mills. Their address is 2343 M St., Merced, Calif. First Lt. Carl W. Graning Jr. is the newly appointed adjutant for the 308th Quartermaster Battalion in Geissen, Germany. He recently returned from a 2-week course in chemicals and munitions at the 7th Army Combined Arms School m Vilseck, Germany. Lt. Graning is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Graning, 1183 W. North St. Three soldiers from this area participated in the equipment display for President John F. Kennedy on his vrsit to Hanav t Ger- 1 tr ol and many, June 25. They are PFC Robert P. Ander- He is an automotive superintendent at Walker AFB, N.M. Sergeant Martin is the sort of Mrs. Flaude E. Martin of Galesburg. He is a former student of Rushville High School. T.Sgt. Irviii L. Clark has graduated from the Fifteenth Air Force Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy at March AFB, Calif. He is an aircraft maintenance inspector at Walker AFB, N.M. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Clark of Monmouth and is married to the former Jeannine L. Reid of Roseville. Richard J. Jenkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecfl G. Jenkins of Viola, has been promoted to staff sergeant in the Air Force. He is a communications operations specialist in the 641st Aircraft Conat bserved at CAMERON-David Conard celebrated his birthday Tuesday at a wiener roast. He was 2. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Young* quist, Steve, Donadene and Anne, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Curtis, Danny, Jean and Jan, Mary Sue and Mike Mayer of Chicago and Rev. Willey and Mary Elizabeth. Cameron Briefs Rev. and Mrs. Charlie Willey and Peggy and Kenney Laude of Molina were guests in the home of the Rev. Mr. Willey and Mary Elizabeth last weekend. (Continued shall know the nth shall make truth you said, "Ye and the — 4 # , free,** he was ttot only reding to the truth of the willow tree and the creek and the girt. Me wai truth of God, all of about Mrs. Stell Dollinger and Mrs. called on Mrs. Warning Squadron Melville Air Station, Labrador. Danny couldn't put the top up on hit car have a topi" son, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon E. Anderson, 1039 N. Farnham St.; PFC Eugene R. Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard 0. Anderson Neal E. Annie M. of Oquawka, and SSG Anderson, son of Mrs. Williams of Monmouth. Eugene Homer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Homer of Avon, and David G. Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. George D. Jones, 116 Bandy St., have enlisted in the Air Force for four years, have gone to Lackland Tex., for basic training. Both Airman 2.C. William M. Deen is being reassigned to Walker AFB, N.M., from Keesler AFB, Miss., following his graduation from the Air Force training course for radio equipment repairmen. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs, Lowell M. Deen of Monmouth. M. Sgt. John E. Nelson has completed the Air Force management course for supervisors at Bent- waters RAF Station, England. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arvid APB W. Nelson, 1539 Williams. St. Ser- at McCoy AFB, Fla. to his Five cadets from Galesburg will complete six weeks of ROTC training at Ft. Riley, Kan., July 26. son They are of Mr. C. and Robert Woolsey, Mrs. Charles L. Woolsey, 836 Jefferson St.; Steven M. Cox, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walker M. Cox, 13 Chestnut St.; FAT OVERWEIGHT Available to you without a doctor's prescription, our drug called ODRINEX. You must lose ugly fat in 7 days or your money back. No strenuous exercise, laxatives, massage or taking of so-called reducing candies, crackers or cookies, or chewing gum. ODRINEX is a tiny tablet and easily swallowed. When take ODRINEX, you still enjoy your meals, still eat the foods you like, but you simply don't have the urge for extra portions because ODRINEX depresses your appetite and decreases your desire for food. Your weight must come down, because as your own doctor will tell you, when you eat less, you weigh less. Get rid of excess fat and live longer. ODRINEX costs $3.00 and is sold on this GUARANTEE: If not satisfied for any reason just return the package to your druggist and get your fuU money back. No questions asked. ODRINEX is sold with this guarantee by: Hawthorne Drug Store—15 E. Main. Mail Orders Filled. Cadet Charles E. Gray, son of i Mrs. Opal S. Gray of Aledo, is participating in the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps summer encampment at Elgrn AFB, Fla. He attends Bradley University in Peoria. Vernon C. James, son of Mrs. Edna W. James, 1372 Rock Island Ave., is undergoing recruit training at the Naval Trainig Center, Great Lakes, 111. Lewis C. Shumaker, construction electricians mate 2. C, was promoted to his present rate in May while serving with the Mobile Construction Battalion Four at Argentia, Newfoundland. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew C. Shumaker. Gary L. Algren, seaman, recently received the Navy's Good Conduct Medal while serving aboard the USS Springfield, , a i guided missile light cruiser. The award rs made for high achievement in conduct and proficiency in rate during three years of continuous active service. Algren is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester A. Algr PFC Lawrence W. Adair, son of Mr. and Mrs. William W. Adair, 608 W. South St., recently reported to the El Toro Marine Corps Ah- Station, Calif., for duty with the Third Marine Aircraft Wing. lst.Sgt. Kenneth M. Brown, son of Mrs. Nrna F. Brown of Laura, was awarded the Third Award of the Good Conduct Medal in mid- The new address for Airman j une while serving with the 6th 3. C. Marvin D. Powers is: AF- 17639626; HQ AFELM; APO 616; New York, N. Y. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Powers of Ellisville. Juan, Norman Crittendon, AC-2, has been named Sailor of the Month at Roosevelt Roads Naval Air Base, located near San Puerto Rico. For the past 28 months CriUen­ don has studied for a security air control license, and recently the Federal Aviation Agency award- Ordnance Co. in Germany. Sgt. Brown entered the Army in 1945 and arrived in Germany for* his present tour of duty in September 1962. He is a graduate of Princevflle Community High School and attended the University of Illinois. Cadet Edwin F. Madigan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis P. Madigan of Galesburg, is participating in the Air Force ROTC summer encampment at Shaw AFB, S. C, He was enrolled in the geant Nelson's wife is the former Madeliene A. L. Thurm of Luxembourg. S. Sgt. David R. Lewis Jr., of Little York has completed the Air Force management course for supervisors at Hurlburt Field, Fla. His parents are Mr. and Mrs, David R. Lewis Sr., of rural Little York, and his wife is the former Sharon K. Custer of North Henderson. Aiman 2.C. Sherman E. Morlan I recently completed a special Air Force course for communications technicians at Goodfellow AFB, Tex, He will be assigned to a permanent base for duty/ He is the son A Mr. arid Mrs. Sherman Morlan of Abingdon, and his wife, Karen, is the daughter of Mrs. W. M. Argast of 333 Maple Ave. eastern states and is stationed in Richmond, Va. The family recently returned to Richmond after spending some time in Galesburg, where he attended the 25th anniversary of the Galesburg High School Class of 1938. His wife is the former Eileen Richards, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Richards, 1547 Haynor St. Airman 3.C. Gary D. Waddell, son if Mr. and Mrs. Harland W. Waddell of Monmouth, has com- the Air Force technical pleted training course tors at Keesler for. radio opera- AFB, Miss. His of wife, Vicki, is the daughter Mr. and Mrs. Maxin E. Cald) of Monmouth. The Doctor (Continued Forrest Barton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee S. Barton, 1074 E. North St., was promoted to the rank of major in the Air Force July 15. Major Barton began as a private in World War II and flew 30 missions as a radio operator on B-I7s with the 8th Air Force. He was discharged as a technical sergeant. While living in Streator he studied for a commission and became a second lieutenant. He was called to actiye duty during the Korean War, and remained in the service. He is presently the recruiting officer for several ly caused by excessive amounts of some of the clotting elements. Then heparin may be given to stop the bleeding. That should give you some idea of what a complicated mechanism blood clotting is. The other unexpected use of anticoagulants has to do with the spread of malignant tumors. Plasmin and heparin have been shown to reduce spreading by keeping the tumor cells circulating in the blood rather than coming to rest in a small clot. While still circulating they were more readily reached by drugs that slow their growth. If drugs that not only slow them up but kill them can be found^ anticoagulants may be a valuable adjunct to such treatment; Meanwhile many doctors are convinced that the dangers of giving anticoagulants far outweigh any theoretical advantages. Dr. D. A. Rytund, of Stanford University, believes 'hat many of the favorable reports of the use of anticoagulants in the treatment of stroke and heart attacks are based on statistical errors. If after 20 years of use a large part of the scientific world is in doubt about the value of these drugs, it is highly improbable that they are of any worth, claims Rytand. Quotes From Today's News (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.) By United Press International WASHINGTON-President Kennedy, indicating he did not much care which bill, civil rights or taxes, Democratic leaders scheduled first for legislative action: •'What I am interested in, is both bills enacted before of the year." seeing the end LAS VEGAS, Nev.-Singer Ed die Fisher, denying would marry New Renata Boeck: rumors he York model « i are: I don't know what my plans . it MIAMI BEACH, Fla. U.S.A. Marifca — Miss Ozers, recalling that she was runnerup in a Chicago beauty contest two years ago: "I now. guess I'm getting better CHICAGO—The Rev. Elton Cox, a CORE field secretary, charging that the city Board of Education broke an agreement with racial demonstrators by blocking a sit- in at a conference room: "They tricked us. If necessary, we will picket the homes of individual board members. We'll follow them to follow them to dinner and church.' 1 •11 READ THE CLASSIFIEDS on Galesburg Rose Youngquist BerniCe Dollinger of Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Curtis attended the Schrock meeting July 11 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Dick Higbee returned home for the weekend. He had been in Metfiodist Hospital, Peoria, two weeks. He will return for a couple more weeks at the hospital. The Russell Murphy family turned home after spending a week in Sautt Ste. Marie, Mich., with relatives and friends. speaking of the which gives meaning to these. To know the truth life, and to see his purposes in one another, id to discover a reality among realities, lt Is the knowledge of this fact that could make it possible tot ua to see th# meaning of our facts. What did the young man in the story really do? Mow would you finish the story? Jesus told of healing the blind them to see. He and and bling shattered see. illusions en rudely compassionately pointed men to the truth. And all who found sight in their minds and hearts could answer simply, "Whereas I was blind, now I see." THERE IS no joy comparable. It will be a different creek, a different willow, and, perhaps, a different image of the girl. It will have truth, the freedom to choose, and the liberty to love. There is sight for the inwardly blind. Army Cancels Employe Picnic At State Park GRANITE CITY, 111. (UPI) The commanding officer of Granite City Army Depot postponed an annual picnic soldiers and civilian employes cause of pickets protesting leged racial policies at the park where the outing was to be held. The picnic was scheduled for the Chain of Rocks amusement park, one of two in St. Louis County being picketed by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. • The park has refused to admit Negroes to the swimming pool but has allowed them to use other facilities. Col. John M. Ansley said, "I could not use my personnel, either white or Negro, to go through the embarrassment of crossing such a line." There are about 700 soldiers and 1,300 civilian employes at the installation, and about 20 per cent are Negroes. Last year 3,000 persons attended the Ansley said. Open House Planned ALTONA will hold The fire department house at the fire open station Monday at 8 p.m. Refreshments will be served. IN JUST 15 IF YOU HAVE TO SCRATCH YOUR ITCH, Your 48c back at any drug store. Quick-drying ITCH-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 Oico Drug, W «tt Drug. MILEAGE MONEY! F That extra sewing machine, or any other about useful no longer needed item provide extra money for your vacation if you sell it with a Register-Mail Want Ad today. Call 342-5161. HSG'2 / STORE HOURS: Monday Noon to 9 P.M. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday — 9:30 to 5 Friday 9:30 to 9 Saturday — 9:30 to 5 SECOND FLOOR J 1 r

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