Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 20, 1963 · Page 5
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, July 20, 1963
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Galesburg Register^Mqif, Galesburg, 111. Saturday. July 20, 1963 S The Almanac RECALL OMAHA BEACH—In (his scene from "The Longest Day," now ai the West Theater, John Wayne, as It. Col. Vandervoort, and Robert Ryu j , portraying Brig. Gen. James M. Gavin, are s !iown conferring with officers ot the 82nd Airborne- Division just before the asasult on Omaha llcuch. Daryl F. Zanuck's dramatization of Cornelius Ryan's best-seller re-enacts the bloody D-Day action along the Normandy beach with great fidelity. Southerner's- (Continued from page 4) tion would enable it to survive for 1 some 12 days, more or less, -in case of a strike. After that: blotto from an empty cash register — unless the federal government *or the states of Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts cared to take over the property. A strike on the New Haven could very well result in the firemen having no jobs to return to even in case the unions were to win a victory nationally. Viewed from this angle, what is the sense of including the New Haven system in any strike call? True enough, the New Haven might founder from lack of general business if no freight were being forwarded to it from a strike-bound West But the unfortunate New Haven system is entitled to whatever chance of survival it might gain in being exempted from "industry­ wide bargaining." TO GIVE railroad management its due generally, it has done its best to live up to its duty to sit down and bargain collectively over the solution of the featherbedding issue. It has been willing to "accept the bitter with the sweet" in the reccomendations of Judge Simon Rifkind's commission that 27,000 firemen with 10 or more years' seniority should be kept on the job until death or natural retirement age, and that the 13,000 firemen with less than 10 years' service should be "phased out" with at least three months' notice plus a provision for re-training and preferential re -k 'nnp for other jobs. The Rifkind commission's proposal for handling the issue of featherbedding on diesel locomotives is slightly more drastic than the provision made by the Southern Railroad for its firemen. But considering the financial problems of the generality of the railroads, the commission's approach to the problem has been gentleness itself. If the business, comes to compulsory arbitration or government seizure of the railroads, the firemen can hardly hope for anything better than has already been suggested. So why force the issue to the point of arbitrary federal action? It makes HOSPITAL NOTES STARTING SUNDAY See ELVIS in "IT HAPPENED AT THE WORLD'S FAIR" CADI THEATRE CAKL Knoxville There'll be a new view on the mighty Mississippi! the new channel ., Cottage ADMISSIONS FRIDAY George W. Adams, Bushnell. Mrs. Jahicc Rae Davis 820 Ella St. Bert W. Garrett, Galesburg Route Mrs. L. Jeannine Corbln, East Galesburg. Miss Eula F. Brock, 1478 S. Seminary St. Mrs. Helen Williams, 955 Washington Ave. Daniel J. Marier, 263 Phillips St. Mrs. Margaret L. Vestal, Monmouth. Mrs. Edith L. Standard, 3295 Lincoln Park Dr. Christopher A. Overheui, 182 N. Prairie St. Mrs. Dorothy J. Murdock, Oneida. DISMISSALS FRIDAY Cleo W. Conard, Monmouth Mrs. Ida W. Allen, 288 Fulton St. J. D. Putman, Knoxville. Mrs. Joyce Sue Lopeman, 261 N. Seminary St.- Roy A. Louthan, 1505 Grand Ave. Mrs. Ida L. Motz, Wataga. Mrs. Fern L. Law. Galesburg Route 2. L. Victor Atchison, Monmouth. Mrs. Emma Tingey, -414 N. Cedar St. Jon C. Samuelson, Cameron. Donald' Lee Zlegler, Toulon. Western .Illinois Birth Record LONDON MILLS—Mr. and Mrs. Larry T. Moore are the parents of a son, born Sunday at 12:01 a.m. in Graham Hospital, Canton. He was named Shaun Patrick, is ,a first son and joins two sisters, Dawn and Debbie. ONEIDA — Maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Anderson, have received word of, the birth of a new grandson, Tommy Alan, to Chief and Mrs. C. J. Hendricks of Newport, R.I., The baby was born July 16 and has a brother and a sister, David, 5, and Joan, 3. Mrs. Anderson left by train Wednesday for Newport and expects to be gone about two week. LITTLE YORK — Mi-', and Mrs. William Morrell have received word of the birth of a girl to their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Rhinehart of Wheaton. She is welcomed by three brothers. This is - the first granddaughter for the Morrells and she is the ninth grandchild. St. Mary's ADMISSIONS FRIDAY Mrs. Thomas A. Paradis, 1129 Maple Ave. ' Mrs. Jack A. Burke 422 Hdlton St Rodney Webster, 1014 N. Seminary StV Susan J. Sapp, 650 E. Second St. Mrs. John M. Stivers, Monmouth Mrs. Ansel E. Packer, Williamsfield. DISMISSALS FRIDAY Mrs. William Currens, 1490 Monroe St. Mrs. Virginia M. Dixon, 1132 N. Cedar St. Mrs. Wesley B. Fritz, Rio. Mrs. Larry E. Gillcnwoter, Abingdon. Robert A. Hallberg, 188 "N. Ivan Ave. Michael Wayne Jacobs, 1176 McClure St. Mrs, Axel W. Johnson. 344 Locust St. Constance M. Klsler, 983 N. Cherry St. Lewis Powers, 169 -S. Academy St. Donald R. Swearingen, Maquon. Deborah J. West, 277 Lincoln St. Edward L. Windom, Baltimore, Md. By United Press International Today is Saturday, July 20, the 201st day of 1963 with 164 to follow. The moon is new. The morning stars are Jupiter and Saturn. The evening star is Mars. On this day in history: In 1917, the Secretary of War, Newton Baker, drew the first draft number for World War I. In 1940, Congress approved a $4 billion appropriations bill mak­ ing possible a two-ocean U.S. Navy. In 1894, federal troops were withdrawn from Chicago as the country's most bitter labor dispute of that day, the Pullman strike, was broken. In 1945, the U.S. flag was raised over Berlin and the first American troops prepared to participate in the occupation government. A thought for the day—Historian and author Mark Van Doron said: "Wit is the only wall between us and the dark." Movie Calendar SATWB d' AY, JULY 40 ORPHEUM: "Irma L» Douce," 1:30 4:00, 6:30 and 9:00 p m. WES1 1 : "The Longest Day," 1:30, 4:50 and 8:10 p. m. DRIVE IN: "The Choppers," 8:50: "Eegnh," 10:15; "Day of the Trifflds, 11:50; one complete showing only. SUNDAY, JULY 21 ORPHEUM: "Irma La Douce." 1:30, 3:55 and 6:20 only: sneak pre- Vuc at 8;. r i0 p. m. only. WEST: "The Longest Day," 1:30, 4:50 and 8:10 p. m. Only those redwood trees growing on the California coastline survived the Ice Age. ALL GALESBURG WANTS TO SEE IT . . . H-E-L-D O-V-E-R It's the 'Must See' Entertainment of the Year. FEATURES SATURDAY AT 1:30 - 4:00 6:30-9 P.M. Lemmons Assumes Position H. Willard Pearson, 1157 Dayton Drive, has been employed at Allen Sales & Service, near Galesburg. He recently attended the national sales meeting in Kansas City, Mo*, where new products for farm trade were introduced. He was . formerly associated with Butler Manufacturing Co., where he was employed for 10 years. hit the Jackpot FEATURES SUNDAY At: 1:30 - 3:55 - 6:20 • Sneak Preview At 8:50 P.M. Only most impudent, comedy since liked it/hot!* SHIRLEY MaeLaiNE ...In the adults-only everyone mi MIRISCH COMPANY... EDWARD LALPERSON " <jaeK LEMMON BILLY WILDER'S '']|*MSl ul l)OlJPE TECHNICOLOR* PANAVISION* ^ MIUMP THUU UNHID *«rtt» *lrom th« urn* Produeer-Olfeclor who 0»v» you "Somo Llko It H< EXTRA SUNDAY NIGHT AT 8:50 P.M A Great Hollywood Sneak COME AS LATE AS 6:20 P.M. ON SUNDAY AND SEE "IRMA IA DOUCE" PLUS A GREAT SOLID - SUSPENSEFUL HIT IN COLOR WITH TWO GREAT STARS IT CAN'T ESCAPE BEING A GREAT HIT. COME EARLY. "IRMA LA DOUCE" AT 1:30 - 3:55 - 6:20 ONLY - SNEAK AT 8:50 P.M. ONLY 11 ONLY no sense eluded. for anybody, labor in- Copyright 1963 RIB SHACK North on Route 150 Now Fully Air Conditioned For carry oul servica Call 342-2413 Open Daily at 5 P.M. WQADTV limps SUNDAY SPECIAL ROAST BEEF, BAKED HAM, or SWISS STEAK COMPLETE DINNER 1.00 Hill Arcade Cafe WATAGA CAFE SUNDAY DINNER ROAST TURKEY and DRESSING 99c Also HAMBURGERS 15c FRENCH FRIES 15c 16oz Dad's Root Beer 5c Carry out orders welcome Phoue 375-6515 Now Showing! NOW YOU CAN SEE THE ACCLAIMED HIT JUST AS IT WAS SHOWN IN THE MAJOR CAPITALS DARRYL F ZANUCK'S THE WITH 42 INTERNATIONAL STARS I DOORS OPEN DAILY AT 1:15 P.M. 3 SHOWS DAILY AT: 1:30 - 5:00 • 8:20 P.M. eased on the Book by CORNEL/US RYAN Released by 20th Century-Fox SPECIAL POPULAR PRICES BARGAIN MATINEES DAILY MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY Daily Matinees Adults 90c 'Til 6 P.M. STARTS SUNDAY; ENDS TONlTfJ It Happened In Athena" awin©\n lit 6TEO RICHMOND SHOW STARTS 7:30 Adults fi5c HappEned VWoRLPs Air Conditioned Children 25e EARL THEATRE - Knoxville DRIVE-IN TONIGHT ONLY-l sc Z 'r THE TRIFFIDS ARE COMING! :p / /THE TRIFFIDS * /ARE GROWING! THE TRIFFIDS ARE KILLING! the DAY OF THE TifFIDS CINEMASCOPE COLOR jar««! I From the greatest allied n ' .science-fiction novel of all time! THRILL HITS! OPEN 7:30 — SHOW STARTS AT DUSK CRAZED LOVE OF A PREHISTORIC GIANT FOR A RAVISHING TEEN-AGE GIRL! Starts TOMORROW 0 S ?iBobHOPe/ Anita EKbefS Call- Me Anna Sworn} ; by oathv >v i torn Ay desire- these are the )foung doctors with v " nq masks to hide behind! ' CO-FEATURE f% FREDRIC MARCH BEN GAZZARA DICK CLARK INA BALIN EDDIE ALBERT THH08 _ HOUNS Doctors COMING SOON COME BLOW YOUR HORN Starts Tomorrow M THEATRE w Frank SINATRA

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