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HOWE EMPLOYE RETIRES — Gale Cunning* ham, center, 971 W. North St., retired Monday after 45 years , service with Rowe Manufacturing Co. Cunningham, 75, plans to do some fish* ing and root for the St. Louis Cardinals. Looking on during ceremonies at the plant yesterday are Nelson Dodge (left), personnel manager, and Dale Rowe, president of the firm. Cunningham has the most seniority of anyone ever retiring from-the company. He began work there in 1918 as a shipping clerk, and shipped over three lines, the Turlington, Santa Fe and now defunct Rock Island Southern. Tiros 6 Sets New Mark for Space Probe WASHINGTON (UPI) - The space agency has a new front runner in its weather satellite stable. The honors go to Tiros 6, launched Sept. 17, 1962 and still going strong. Tiros beat the record of its predecessor, No. 5, which went in f o orhrt on June 19, 1962 and kept functioning through May 4, 1963. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) said Monday the new champ is taking excellent pictures of the earth's cloud cover and is expected to go fight on doing just that. READ THE WANT ADS! DR. 1. ERNSTEIN OPTOMETRIST CONTACT LENSES EYES EXAMINED LIVING SOUND HEARING AIDS GALESBURG OPTICAL CO. 343-631? or 342-3017 339 E. Maio Heurii 9 AM. to 6 P.M. Fridays: 9 A .M. to 9:30 PJ*. WtdaudiT'i 'TU Moon. desired but deferred action until next spring. Aldermen complained that illumination of city streets was not sufficient for safety purposes. The city has received numerous requests for installation of lights in the middle of blocks but so far has been reluctant to grant any. Speaking on Monday's request to install a light east of 1142 East South St., Aid. Homer Zumwalt (6th) said if the council approved it, then other requests for similar installations in mid-blocks should also be approved. "This could amount to about 500 new. lights, and we will be leading the city into a financial mess," he said. Reject Light Request The East South Street request was turned down by a 5-2 vote with Aldermen Erickson and Paul Lindberg (3rd) its only backers. City Manager Thomas Herring reported on results of a suryey conducted recently on how boiit to improve the illumination of city streets. Light power can be increased from the present 250 watts to 400 watts costing the Street Light Deficiencies Under Council Discussion A request for installation of a street light brought comments from City Council members Monday night on the over-all street lighting policy in Galesburg. Most aldermen agreed with Aid. Fred Erickson (2nd Ward) that the program leaves a lot to be city about $4,000 additional in electricity bills, he reported. On a recommendation by Aid. Donald Nelson (4th) the City Council agreed to have Herring conduct a study on which streets need increased illumination most. Priority will be given to those streets when and if funds can be secured for the purpose. In other business the council approved requests for loading zones in downtown areas and removed two-hour parking zones in the 600 and 700 block of West Main Street. Mulberry Street from Chambers to Farnham Street was designated as an arterial street. The Gifted Children Funds Approved SPRINGFIELD, 111. (At 5 ) — A $6.7 million program to encourage public schools to start special facilities for gifted children has been approved by Gov. Otto Kerner. Kerner Monday signed the bill passed by the 1963 General Assembly. Ray Page, state school superintendent, at once appointed a Trip No question in our mind—the best is the only true economy.j You can depend on quality Dutch Boy House Paint to give you your money's worth in extra protection, extra service and beauty.^ fa good paint job is at four store. We have a full jline of painting tools Jand equipment, and we igtock and recommend (dependable Dutch Boy- House Paints, in handsome colors or white. WISE FOtJfS CAM, "DUTCH BOY** BLACK BROTHERS Main and Seminary Phone 342-0174 designation must be made to make it eligible for improvement with Motor Fuel Tax funds. Bids Accepted Four bids were approved, three for the purchase of materials and one for the sale -f city property. Robert Wexler was successful bidder on purchase of city property (about 68 by 200 feet) with a bid of $205 on Dietrich Avenue and $525 for five lots, about 66 by 165 foot each, at Wood and Peck's addition. Gunther Construction Co. was the only bidder for construction of a parking lot on the northeast corner of Ferris and Kellogg streets. The bid was for $4,701. Two different branches of Motorola Communications and Electronics, Inc., submitted the same bid for a portable two-way transistor radio. Bids were turned in by the Peoria and Chicago branches for $625 and the City Council approved the Peoria bid. The bid for fire hydrants and gate valves was split between two low bidders. Darling Valve & Manufacturing Co. of Williamsport, Pa., was awarded a bid for fire hydrants at $132 each for 40 hydrants. James B. Clow & Sons, Inc., Chicago was awarded a bid for two types of gate valves at $50.89 and $46.44 each for a total of 60 valves. Fast Accomplished" By Towboat Pushing two barges with 6.000 tons of petroleum, the towboat "Ned Merrick" made the trip from Quincy to Rock Island in less than 24 hours over the weekend. An average towboat with 15 barges usually takes two days to travel the 158 river miles. But this vessel left Lock No. 21 at Quincy at 8:45 a.m. Sunday and was ready to leave Lock No. 15 at Rock Island at 7 a.m. Monday, a total of 22 hours and 15 minutes. The towboat is 145 feet long, 35 feet wide and draws eight feet of water. The half of the upper gate on the land side of Lock No. 14 near LeClaire, Iowa, has been repaired and will be replaced Wednesday beginning at 6 a.m. The lock will be closed to river traffic during the operation. The spart gate section, used to replace the damaged section during repair work, will be lifted out and the repaired gate dropped back in. Commercial traffic through Lock No. 15 last week included 19 towboats and 120 barges northbound, and 15 towboats and 125 barges southbound. They carried 259,775 tons of cargo. A total of 204 recreational boats passed through the lock over the weekend, and 300 went through the LeClaire lock. Bishop at Henry HENRY — The Most Rev. John B. Franz, bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Peoria, will officiate at dedication ceremonies on Aug. 22 for King's House at Henry. The newly-completed retreat center serves all parishes in the central-west area of Illinois. STOMACH TROUBLE? Ulcer pain, gas, bloating TAKE HARVEY TABLETS The Harvey Stomach treatment has given relief to thousands. Our medicine U designed to form a coating on your stomach, thus to allow healing and protection against excess stomach acid. Ulcer pain, gas, bloating and stomach distress are mostly the result ot too much acid secretion You will be so pleasantly sur- nnseri when in Just a few days you will find yourself sleeping much better, having more pep and energy and won't have that feeling of exhaustion due to stomach distress. This doctor's formula is sold on a money-bade guarantee. 48 tablets—full size is only $1.85. Accept no substitute, demand HARVEY TABLETS. Mail orders filled. Sold only WEST DRUG (0., INC. — GO WEST — We CtllTti 924 St Win Gtteabwrg Midland Sells 7 Coal Mines To Peabody Four mines in this area were sold this week to Peabody Coal Corp. by Midland Electric Coal Corp. along with three other mines. Charles German, general superintendent for Midland, said the Victoria mine was sold in addition to two near Farmington and one near Atkinson. All four'are strip mines. Two shaft mines in Indiana and one near St. Clair were included in the sale. Sale price was not disclosed. German and Jim McDowell, general superintendent for Peabody's Illinois mines, declined to divulge the sale price. The officials said the personnel change and management have not yet been decided. Peabody is one of the largest coal-producing / firms in the nation. Last year the firm mined 30 million tons. The Midland mines sold four million tons of coal last year. seven - member advisory council to meet Wednesday to start work. Page said the plan would make Illinois a leader in the field. It includes reimbursement of local districts for services and materials, demonstration centers, experimental projects, training programs and a state staff. The advisory council appointed by Page is made up of: Dr. J. Murray Lee, chairman of the elementary education department at Southern Illinois University; Miss Pauline Meyer, Menard County superintendent of schools; Ivan Garrison, director of special services for Jacksonville public schools; Milton J. Cohler, assistant superintendent of Chicago schools; Dr. J.J. Gallagher, education professor at the Institute for Research on Exceptional Children at the University of Illinois; Charles O. Austin Jr., Rock Island Senior High School principal, and Dr. O.M. Chute, superintendent of Evanston schools. Other Bills Signed Other bills signed by Kerner included those: Permitting referenda in certain commission cities, especially Springfield, on whether commissioner candidates would file to run for specific offices. Requiring voters in township elections to be registered. Removing the state parks su perintendent from the list of officials who must be appointed by the governor and confirmed by the Senate. Appropriating $73,350 to the Emancipation Proclamation Centennial Commission. Adding these to the official lists of state parks, lakes and conservation areas: Sam Dale Lake in Wayne County, Rock Cut State Park, Stephen A. Forbes State Park and Hamilton County Conservation Area. Authorizing a conveyance of land from Massac State Park to Metropolis. Red Cross Seeks Four Types of Blood Wednesday The Red Cross Blood Center officials issued a call today for four types of blood, O and A positive, and O and A negative. The center is using emergency supplies of these types now. The center will be open for donations Wednesday from 11:30 a.m. until 6 p.m. on N. Henderson St. Rides can be obtained by dialing 3420126. Galesburg Register-Moil, Gqfesburq, IK, Tuesday, Aug, 6. 1963 3L Imagination OfPupih h Aided by Toys One of the objectives of Sunny* side School for retarded children has been given a boost recently by a contribution of toys from the Civic Welfare Committee of the Welcome Wagon organization, an announcement from the school said today. The objective is to foster mental activity by the retarded children, and the toys do this by causing imagination — such as pretending to have-tea parties, using a toy tea set. Several other toys were also included in the Welcome Wagon bestowal, including wheel vehicles and additional kinds. The Civic Welfare Committee used a trading stamp collection project to obtain the toys. The accompanying photo shows Joyce Anderson and Johnny Coughlin, of the trainable primary class, pretending a tea party with the little set received from Welcome Wagon, which is an organization that welcomes newly arrived residents of Galesburg. Sunnyside School is operated by the Galesburg Council for the Mentally Retarded, at 175 S. Cedar St., in a building that formerly housed the Galesburg High School home economics department. Have You Heard That Mrs. Betty Day, 755 N. Cedar St., has returned home after spending her vacation in Mesa, Ariz., with Mrs. Donna Greenstreet and son Richard, and Mr. and Mrs. Millard Holder, former Galesburg residents. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! •Ethan Allen EARLY AMERICAN SUMMER SALE SOLID CHERRY BEDROOM FURNITURE Regular $620.00 NOW $ 00 499 VICKROY'S 342-2331 r auAe 248 E. Main St. an ~^ruen Galesburg Second Door East of Ukraine's Restaurant READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! TEA FOR TWO—Joyce Anderson and Johnny Coughlin enjoy tea party at Sunnyside School, using toy tea set recently presented to school by Civic Welfare Committee of Welcome Wagon organization. CLEARANCE SALE MEN'S SUMMER SUITS All brands Included. 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