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Location of Interstate In Dispute SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - The governors of Illinois, Missouri and Kentucky will take a hand in deciding the route of an interstate highway that will link St. Louis.. Mo., with Nashville, Tettn. Representatives of the highway departments in each of the states have not been able to get together on the proposed location of Interstate 24. Illinois has rejected the report of an independent engineering consulting firm about where the highway should be. The Missouri Highway Department agrees with the report that the highway should bypass most of Illinois and enter Missouri from Kentucky. Illinois says it should run up Southern Illinois and then on into St. Louis. Kentucky reportedly favors the Illinois plan. Gov. Otto Kerner of Illinois met with Govs. John M. Dalton of Missouri and Bert T. Combs of Kentucky at the recent 55th annual •Governors' Conference at Miami Beach over the location of Interstate 24. Nothing was received and the governors tentatively are planning to meet again. Assistant Highway Engineer Theodore F. Morf of Illinois said the states would have to agree on a route and submit it to the U.S. Bureau of Public Roads before any work could be done on the highway. The bureau is expected to approve the route when the states concur. Wilbur Smith and Associates, a consulting firm, released a report this summer that evaluated 21 possible routes for the highway. Its choice was a route that would dip Interstate 24 only briefly into Southern Illinois before Unking it with Interstate 55 south of Cape OUR ANCESTORS tor "I atill iay, mon, that's a br-ratty aiiay way to play golf!" 0ldat40,50,60? Man, Get Wise! Pep Up Thousands are peppy at 701 So.if you feel weak, low in energy, "old" at 40, 50 or 60, quit blaming it on age. If you want to feei younger, try Ostrex Tonic Tablets at once. 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New Ecumenical Center MONTREAL, Canada (AP) — An ecumenical center "to contribute to a mutual better understanding between Catholics and Christians of other religious denominations" will be opened here this fall, Paul Emile Cardinal Leger, archbishop of Montreal, has announced. CLEARANCE SALE MEN'S SUMMER PANTS Regular to $24.95 $7 $io *12 $ 14 $ 19 Fishing With A Pick-Ax VERONA, Italy (AP) - Every morning Massimiliano Cerato sets out to fish—with a hammer, a pick-ax and a miner's lamp. He is following in the footsteps of Ws father and grandfathers who fished the same place with the same tools for many years. The unusual solid-stone fishing ground is the Bolca "pool," a petrified lake deep inside a mountain. The fish are fossils millions of years old, from the Eocene period when great floods from the Mediterranean covered much of Europe and the mighty Alps had not yet risen. Massimiliano has been at his unusual fishing for 27 years. Like his father and grandfathers before him, the catch earns him a good living. Out of the rock in tunnels cut deep beneath Monte Postale and Vallecco Peak in the Val d'Alpone, Massimiliano has picked out more- than 10,000 fossils. Two thousand of them are in museums around the world. He has found 200 types of fish, 80 kinds of sea plants, more than 100 varieties of molusks and crustaceans — and even one rare six-foot crocodile. Museums pay well for them. The petrified fish from the stone lake of Bolca are not mere skeletons. They are often found petrified whole, with their colors still showing. Scientists say the Bolca lake must have been a calm-water fish feeding paradise, 60 to 150 feet deep, close to shore and perhaps protected within an atoll. As the seas receded, it gradually silted full of mud, and then Coloradoam Are Honored At Belmont BELMONT - Mrs. Paul Fredrickson entertained with an open house for Mrs. Donald Miller and children from Buena Vista, Colo., Tuesday. Mrs. Dean Lincoln of Avon, a sister of Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Kenneth McEwen, a cousin of Aledo, presided at the punch bowl and tea service. The serving table, with a lace table cloth over blue, was centered with a bouquet of flowers flanked on either side with blue candles in crystal candleholders. Mrs. Miller and children received many gifts from those present. Mrs. Miller and children have'been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ora Melton in Little York, and other relatives the past two weeks. Guests were present from Seaton, Little York, Aledo, Monmouth, Kirkwood, Avon, Gerlaw, Los Gatis, Calif., and Rochelle. Belmont Briefs Mike Raymond of Garden Grove, Calif., is visiting at the James Martin home this week. Mrs. Donald Sprout and children of Roseville visited Mrs. James Martin and sons Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Boock and sons attended the Craig family dinner at the Virgil Boock home Sunday in Little York. Torrence Free attended a recent State Farm Service meeting at Springfield. Mrs. Gracie Peterson of Monmouth and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nevius of Galesburg were Sunday guests at the Merlin Shike home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Free and children Bruce and Carla of Madison, Wis., spent a weekend at the Torrence Free home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parks and children Dean, Diane and Denise, of Spencer, Iowa, came to the Dwight Ricketts home to attend the Fredrickson - Squire wedding Sunday. The Parks family spent an afternoon at the Everett Fredrickson home and evening at the Pete Fredrickson home. They were Sunday night dinner guests at the Paul Fredrickson home and were Monday morning callers at the Merlin Shike home and of Mrs, Clara Ryner before returning to their home in Spencer Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Torrence Free and house guests, the Gerald Free family of Madison, Wis., and the James Free family attended the Free reunion at the Longview Park in Rock Island, Sunday. Mrs. Torrence Free and Mr. and Mrs. James Free and sons spent Thursday evening at the Robert Free home in Aledo. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ranney spent Sunday at the Virgil Boock home in Little York. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fredrick son and Mr. and Mrs. Dwight TIZZY Golesburg Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. Tuesday, Aufl. 6 r 1963 o By Kate Osaim "All winter his heater wouldn't work. Now he can't shut the darn thing off!" Four Ways Smart PRINTED PATTERN was buried within the mountains as Europe rose out of the sea. What would it cost in your size? Six months in a hand-made hoot like this could Wipe put the entire family's annual shoe budget— and then some. But. medical cost is Just part of the plague of personal injury. If you have to hire a man to do your work, it could cost you more than you've got. No matter how careful you are, you can never eliminate all chance of personal injury. 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Slime Molds Show After Heavy Rains Don't be too concerned if slime molds appear suddenly after heavy rains of watering. These molds creep amoeba-like on low- lying vegetation, such as lawns, bedded flowers, mulches and strawberries, during warm weather, said Fulton County Farm Adviser Leo Sharp. The fungi feed on decaying organic matter, plus other fungi and bacteria. The mold's color may vary from watery - white, gray, cream to yellow, orange, red, violet, bluish-gray, green or brown. And though the fungi are unsightly, they merely use plant leaves and steVns for support, rather than causing a said Sharp. Slight damage occur if leaves are smothered shaded for several days to a or longer. Patches of flfald enlarge to a diameter of setttt feet. ' \ If slime molds endanger veg* tation, Sharp suggested breakiflt up the unsightly spore masses by vigorous raking, brushing or hof* ing down with a stream of watef. In the lawn, mowing the graa% usually removes them. Spraying the lawn with a turf fungicide tQ control other diseases should also control slime molds. Several good fungicides are available; follow the label directions. For more details on slim* molds, ask for Report on Plant Diseases No. 401 at the county extension office. Some good cooks like to start a turkey or chicken roasting with the breast down, then turn so that the breast is up during the last half of the roasting period. Ricketts and children spent Sunday evening at the Forrest Squire home near Coldbrook. The following young folks attended the IYF potluck supper at the Little York Methodist Church Monday, Toni and Cynthia Kauzlarich, Kathy and Kerry Smith, Trudy Hale, Bill Dreher, Mary Ann Hays, Mary Kay McNeal, Marcia Anderson, Jerry and Jimmy Ballard, Jim Nelson. After the supper hour the group went to the YMCA in Monmouth for swimming. They were accompanied by Mrs. Richard Ballard, one of the chaperones. There will be no Sunday School and no church services Sunday at Belmont Church. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fredrickson and children spent Saturday evening at the Murl Melton home home near Kirkwood to visit the Tom Polek family of California. A breakfast was held in the home of Mrs. George Kauzlarich Monday in honor of Mrs. Harold McNeal, who, with her family, later left for Colorado. Mrs. McNeal was presented a housecoat MOSCOW — Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev, after signing of the limited nuclear test ban "The most important thing now is not to rest content with what has been achieved, not to stop the struggle against the threat of an other war." CHICAGO — Dick Gregory, the Negro comedian, criticizing temporary schools set up by this city as instances of de facto segregation: "It's like bringing Birmingham up north." Oneida Mothers Plan Picnic at VA Hospital ONEIDA — The Oneida War II Mothers held their monthly meeting Rriday with Mrs. Edith Reynolds and Mrs. Mae Thalmann as hostesses. Mrs. Leota Moore was given the obligations by Mrs. Alta Olson, past president. Plans were made for a picnic for veterans at Iowa City Aug. 14. District 15 Mothers recently gave picnic for" 104 veterans of Schick Hospital at Clinton, Iowa. Mr. jnd Mrs. Orville Stickle, Mrs. Bernice Flickenger and Mrs. Alta Olson attended from Oneida. Four mothers from Oneida attended the District 15 picnic in Annawan recently. and a purse of money from those present. BUY Motherburg SALVE At your favorite drug store or drug counter. Having it on hand if your protection. AIR CONDITIONING Closed Sunday & Monday EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT j ^auiieen d lf3eautty Saton 1094 WEST MAIN ST. Phone 342-6909 Owner: PAUUEEN FIIKER Ample Parking in Rear. Early bird shoppers get a windfall of savings at our pre-season sale of fur trimmed coats. Big selection of styles and fursl Prices start at $ 75 RESERVE yours now with o smoll deposit or ARRANGE for convenient credit terms. 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