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Mass, at which Bishop John B. Franz presided and delivered the sermon. The Mass was followed by a dinner for the clergy. Children's Night was held Monday night in the all-purpose room of St. Joseph Grade School, where a concert and pageant was presented Wednesday evening. An open house was held Friday evening at the church. "TERRIFIC VIEW OF THE ECLIPSE - The Bolar eclipse was visible in Gaicsburg Saturday afternoon right on schedule. But those who were Mot equipped with one of a wide variety of simple viewing devices may have been disappointed with the whole show. You didn't have to be a real astronomy bug to design a viewing box made of cardboard like the F. A. Borngrebes of Knoxville did. Their granddaughters, Jill (head in box) and Julie Hadzoglon of Placienta, Calif,, took turns with the box, along with the grandparents during the one hour and 20 -minute eclipse which at its maximum covered 77 per cent of the sun. Mrs. Borngrcbe reported viewing a "terrific" silhouette of the moon sliding across the sun and edging off again. The silhouette was reflected on a white cardboard inside the box through a pin-punched hole. Baptist Group Opens Meet One of the featured speakers of the 49th annual Baptist State Missionary and Education Convention of Illinois which opened today in Galesburg will be Mrs. William McMurray of Birmingham, Ala., president of the North America Baptist Union. Convention theme is "The Militant Church in Our Times." Mrs. McMurray, before becoming president, was promotion division director of the Woman's Missionary Union, Southern Baptist Convention. She will address women delegates Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at East Main Street Four Pay Fines, One for Battery Four persons were fined today by D. Paul Nolan in Police Magistrate Court, one after pleading guilty to a charge of battery. Gail Williams, 932 S. Chambers St., paid $10 and costs on the charge. Williams, owner of Williams City Service at 1032 Monmouth Blvd., allegedly struck a child when a group of them were creating a disturbance at the station Saturday. . John R. Ring, 55, 883 E. South St., paid $5 and costs for not displaying his vehicle license. James Young, 17, of Maquon was fined $10 and costs for disobeying a stop sign. Robert Fitzpatrick, 22, 1175 Court St., paid $10 and costs for driving too fast for conditions. I-- —"I i Like I to have 9 \ PLENTY Z mf mm •VACATION S MONEY I oiid your bill* paid besides I j Up to *800 • Thousands use our Go Now • • —Pay Later plan. With • | good credit and steady | | employment, you're all set. | • To arrange for money for • I vacations or to pay bills J • ... call, write or come in. • You emn depend on PUBLIC TlNANCE i C O H f O S AT I O H I 58 8. PralrU — 341*0111 y Congregational Church on the 1 subject, "Our Freedom." Sessions, which will run through Friday, are in progress at East Main Street Church and Lombard Junior High School. Additional events scheduled later in the week will be held at First Church of God. Host church for the convention is Bethesda Baptist. Register Today Delegates registered today at Bethesda and attended the first session at East Main Street Congregational Church at 2 p.m. Rev. L. W. Mingo of Chicago, convention president, presided, and Rev. Mrs. William McMurray IPC Customers Establish New Usage Record Illinos Power Co. customers established a record use of electricity July 19 for a one-hour period ending at 2 p.m., according to the Galesburg area manager J. O. McHood. He said tho demand on the company's entire system reached 930,000 kilowatt hours which was the second time customer demand exceeded the 900,000 kilowatt mark. Only a day before, on July 18, a new record of 905,000 kilowatts was set and the previous peak was on June 7 when 857,000 kilowatts were recorded. McHood said that the use of cooling equipment was responsible for the increased demand. Both temperature and relative humidity were high throughout the area served by the company. The manager said that it is not likely this new peak demand would have been broken during the weekend as many industrial plants were closed. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Ken's Coney Island 77 South Cherry REOPENING Tuesday, July 23 WECOME OLD AND NIW CUSTOMERS! F. D. Johnson of Chicago delivered the introductory sermon. In conjunction with this, the Illinois Sunday School and Baptist Training Union Congress was in session at Lombard Junior High School. Tonight at 7.30 p.m. a number of religious and civic leaders of the city headed by Mayor Robert Cabeen will extend greetings to delegates at East Main Street Church. Tuesday evening at 7:30 members of the Baptist Training Union will study the way local Sunday school teachers have contributed to religious teachings. A choral reading, "Who Am I?" will be presented by young adults of Be thesda. Host minister, Rev. Robert Morgan, pastor of Bethesda, said b& tween 800 and 1,000 persons from throughout the state are expected to attend sessions throughout the week. Week-Long Celebration of Church Centennial Ended A weeklortg celebration of the 100th anniversary of St. Patrick's Church was concluded Sunday with a Solemn High Mass at 11 a. m. in the church and a dinnerama Sunday evening at Harbor Lights Supper Club. Rev. John Horan, pastor, was celebrant of the Mass, with Rev. Francis Oman, a former assistant pastor and now pastor of Sacred Heart Church, Abingdon, and Rev. Joseph Mac Poland, present assistant, as deacons. Serving as master of ceremonies was Rev. A. Curran, pastor of Corpus Christi Church. More than 200 parishioners, former parishioners and friends of the parish were present Sunday evening for the closing event of the celebration. O. R. Haptonstahl was master of ceremonies for the program which followed the dinner. Selections by a combo comprised of Eddie Padilla, Joe Padilla and Vance Williams opened the program. Present Selections Also on the program were vocal selections by Mrs. Shirley Stiles, with Mrs. Michael Gravino as accompanist; songs by the Hagerty Children, with Reese Elliott as accompanist; a pantomime act by John Tolle, John Carr, Gary Hund and Rudy Busch; tap dancing by Mary Beth Stiles; a comedy act by Alberta Saucon; instrumental selections by Ed Fritzel, Cyril Butts, Joe Padilla and Vince Williams; selections by a girls chorus of Corpus Christi High School; a reading by Michael Godsil and songs by Tom Lacey, who also led the group singing at the close of the program, with Mrs. Gravino as accompanist. Fr. Horan spoke briefly and expressed appreciation to all who assisted in the centennial plans and the activities connected with it. Introduced were Mayor Robert P. Cabeen and Mrs. Cabeen and members of the clergy who were in attendance. Benediction was by Rev. P. J. Convery of Seymour, former St. Patrick's pastor. The celebration opened a week ago Sunday with Solemn High Gajesbura Regjster*Mail, Galesburg Dealers From Italy, Mexico Visit Admiral More than 80 Admiral Corp. Dealers from Italy and Mexico will visit Galesburg next month as winners of expense-paid trips used as sales incentives. The dealers from Italy will fly from Milan to Chicago Aug. 6 and Will be in Galesburg Aug. 8. They will also tour Admiral's electronics plant at Harvard and visit Washington and New York before returning to Italy. Seventy dealers from Mexico will arrive in Chicago Aug. 26 and will be in Galesburg Aug. 28 Their two-week tour will take them also to France and Spain. Plans for the tours were an nounced by Norman E. Johnson, president of Admiral International Corp. ICC Approves Underpass for US 34 Bypass Among highway projects authorized by the Illinois Commerce Commission last weekend was the extension of U.S. 34 bypass as a dual highway under the main line of the CB&Q tracks. This will be done by means of an underpass about a mile north of Galesburg. U.S. 34 bypass will eventually run south of Lincoln Park and Lake Storey, joining the present highway west of Galesburg in the vicinity of Linwood Cemetery. The program should not be confused with the interstate highway system, under which a four lane superhighway, Interstate 74, will relieve U.S. 150 between Rock Island and Danville. It will run north and south past Galesburg on the east. State highway authorities report that no contracts have been awarded yet for the U.S. 34 bypass around Galesburg, and no timetable has been announced. Red Cross Issues Urgent Plea for Blood The Knox County Red Cross blood center issued an urgent plea this morning for O and AB positive blood. Donors who have this type of blood were urged to be present at the center Wednesday noon. The frozen plasma is needed for a number of young hemophiliac patients in the county, according to Mrs. Rivers Sullivan, administrator, READ THE WANT ADS! BERMUDA SHORTS In Ivy'» Conti nental and top pocket*. Solid* pl«ld», liripei, »U«* 29 to $0. $ 2" "0»l«»burj*» stylt Center" w. H f» f inlwHf (lb Income Increases WASHINGTON . (UPI) — Per sonal income in the United States reached a record annual rate of $462 billion in June, an increase of $2 billion over May, the Com merce Department reported Sun day. Wage and salary increases contributed $1.2 billion toward the June hike and the remainder re suited from a rise in corporate dividends, the report said. Area Students Honored for High Grades Galesburg students at Colorado and Knox colleges have been named to dean's lists for outstanding achievements, the two institutions announced today. Named to the list for maintain- ng a second semester grade point average of at least 3.4 out of a possible 4 at Colorado Col- ege, Colorado Springs, was Lesie E. Wood of 1796 N. Broad St. To qualify for the academic recognition at Knox College, students had to earn a grade aver- ge of 2.35 out of a possible 3 uring the 19(53-64 academic year. A total of 99 Knox students were honored this year by having their names placed on the dean's ist for the forthcoming term. Six Gaicsburg Students Galesburg students were Michael G. Baylor, 1187 N. Cherry St., Mrs. Ann Kamane, State Research Hospital, Mrs. Barbara E. Watson, Lake Bracken, all seniors; Stephen M. Baylor, 1187 N. Cherry St., Robert T. Boynton, 1563 N. Broad St., K. Teresa Hurt, 145 W. First St., all juniors and sophomore Michael L. Denniston, 250 N. Pleasant Ave. Area students honored were juniors James P. McCurry, Wataga, and Clifford A. Pence Jr. Abingdon. Boynton, Denniston and McCurry are graduates of Galesburg High School. Miss Hurt and the Baylor brothers are graduates of Corpus Christi High School. Mrs. Watson and Pence are Abingdon High School grad udtes and Mrs. Kamane was graduated from Macomb High School. Monday, July 22 1963 I; Weekend Traffic Toll Totals 14 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS At least 14 persons were killed in Illinois traffic accidents between 6 p.m. Friday and midnight Sunday. Four of the victims died in two crashes. An auto which crashed through a guard rail and plunged down a 35-foot embankment on Illinois 78 near claimed the ^ " Queen Cancels Visit LONDON (UPD—Queen Elizabeth canceled her visit to the Royal school irt Windsor Great Park Sunday because of an out break of chicken pox among the pupils. The Queen, who was to have presented prizes, called off the visit on advice of her doctor, palace announcement said. Chandlerville lives of two men Friday night. Killed were Leroy Newberry Jr.. 79, of Arenzville, and Arthur E. Hoena, 40, of Beardstown. Three others were seriously injured. A collision between a passenger car and a truck on U.S. 6 east of Princeton Friday killed two Chicago men. The victims were identified as Arthur II. Sanborn, 7n, and Carl Wilm, B2, both occupants of the automobile. Artie Cotton, 15, of rural Victoria in Knox County was killed Friday night near his home after he was struck by an automobile on Illinois 67 while crossing the road. Those killed Saturday included: Joan Cameron, 29, of Chicago, after her car struck a tree in suburban Morton Grove. Three-year-old Scott Lorcnzen of Chicago, as he darted into the path of an oncoming car. The Rev. Henry J. Wichterich, 34, of Litchfield, when his auto struck a slow-moving truck on U.S. 66. The Rev. Mr. Wichterich was pastor of the Trinity Lutheran Church in Girard. He was returning home from a meeting in Granite City. The driver of a station wagon, who drowned after her vehicle plunged into Wolf Lake on Chicago's South Side. She was Mrs. Opal L. Mason, 43, of Chicago. Sunday's deaths included: Miss Addie Maxwell, 61, of Farmer City, who was struck by a car as she crossed U.S. 54. Emmet Kruckenberg, 64, of Freeport, after his automobile plunged down a 25-foot embankment on Illinois 26 in Stephenson County. Three-year-old Susan Clark was fatally injured in Carpentersville, a Chicago suburb, when she fell beneath the wheels of her parents' auto after releasing the emergency brake. Police said the girl was apparently playing in the front seat. Huberta Flenoy, 16, of Chicago, was struck and killed as she crossed the Dan Ryan expressway on her way to a bus stop. The ReV. Fr. Richard Smith Buchanan, 40, assistant pastor of Our Saviour's Roman Catholic Church in Jacksonville, was killed when his auto hit a culvert two miles south of Jacksonville and overturned. He was a native of Robinson, 111. Father Buchanan had served for 2Vz years at the Jacksonville church. Eskiesehir, Turkey, is the center of the world's meerschaum mining. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! ENDS WEDNESDAY See ELVIS in "IT HAPPENED AT THE WORLD'S FAIR" THEATRE Knoxville EARL Knox County FAIR July 29. Aug. 3 FOR INFORMATION Coil 289-9215 VffTrftftttfrffffet.f*.e*f.t**4fiet. , 1 PENNEY'S TREMENDOUS SELECTION! ITS BIG! IT'S VARIED! OVER 160 NEW FALL COATS TO CHOOSE FROM. SHOP EARLY! DON'T MISS THIS TRAVELING SHOW! WE WILL HAVE THEM ONLY 10 DAYS! SELECT ON LAYAWAY NOWI £ : Now the fashion way to shop early comes to our Girls' Coat Department! Get the same better selections, better values you get for yourself! Come see the bright pile linings, the stitch new trims, the zingy young furrings, the flashing colors, the great classics! Come see quality standards we've set to set us apart! Come see the low, low prices, we insist on for the youngest fashionables in your family! A. All wool tweed chesterfield with lush, warm acrylic pile lining. Rust, blue. 7 to 14. B. Wool and cashmere luxury blend for this stitch-detail classic. Camel, red. 7 to 14. C. Wool and orlon acrylic tweed with smart nylon velvet trim. Light grey or beige. 7 to 14. D. Wool 'n camel's hair fleece, warmed with acrylic pile and natural raccoon collar, 7 to 14. E. Reprocessed wool 'n other fibers makes this polished zibe- line. Acrylic pile lining. 3 to 6X. 17.95 22.95 24.95 28.95 15.95

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