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Democrats Rally at Fair To Return GOP's Barrage SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) —Illinois Democrats, led by Gov. Otto Kerner and Mayor Richard J. Daley of Chicago, followed on the heels of, Republicans today and staged a Democratic rally at the state fair. A parade and speeches highlighted the Governor's Day program. Special trains brought party followers from Chicago for the event. About 2,500 GOP party faithful cheered predictions by Republican leaders Wednesday that Kerner would be swept out of office next year. Charles F. Carpentier, secretary of state and one of four announced Republican candidates for governor, said, "We shall restore the governor's office to the Republican Party. Candidates Present "We will make our primary decision, close ranks and in the first few days of 1965 install new Republican officeholders who will restore fiscal sanity to the state." The get-together served as a sounding board for more than a dozen Republicans who are seeking state offices next year. All were present. Gov. John Anderson of Kansas, Midwest Grotto Leader Calls on Murga Officers Alfred Trautner of Louisville, Ky., first vice president of the Midwest Grotto Association, recently visited officers of the Murga Grotto in Galesburg, The group convened for a luncheon session at Custer Inn and discussed membership activities. Trautner drew attention to the association's convention Sept. 2021 in Davenport. Trautner is calling on the 20 affiliated groups of the association, according to Lyle L. Miller, monarch of Murga Grotto. Fridoy and Saturday ONLY Odds & Ends 9x9 FLOOR TILE EACH GOOD SELECTION OF COLORS 343-9260 r uuUe A 132 E. Simmons St.—Across from large City Parking Lot who gave the main speech, criticized President Kennedy on the Communist settlement in Cuba and for proposing a domestic peace corps. Anderson said the corps would have the federal government paying citizens for work which the states now do. He said a Republican adminis* tration in Washington would provide a "firm hand and decisive action to put a stop to further encroachment" by Communists in Cuba. Water Works Pickets Are Disbanded PEORIA, III. (AP)-Seeldng of arrest warrants by Peoria Water Works Co. officials has disbanded pickets who tied up the firm's fleet of maintenance trucks. As the company president, J.B. Murphy, was signing 16 "John and Jane Doe" warrants Wednesday, some 50 pickets were led away by John Gwynn, president of the Peoria branch of the NAACP. The pickets, many of them teenagers, arrived before working hours Wednesday and stretched out on the ground blocking the only two truck exits from Water Works Park—where the vehicles had been parked the night before when pickets kept them from the company garage. The 10 maintenance and service trucks were bottled up in the park all day, although one truck was allowed to leave when the pickets were told it had to make an emergency call. For 10 days pickets have demonstrated against the privately owned firm. They say the company has hiring practices which are discriminatory. The Water Works Co. says it hires any qualified person applying for a job opening. No Negroes are among the nearly 100 persons employed. OFF TO Sti/OOL with feet happily fitted In CHILD LIFE shoes... the finest start, underfoot, any child can have, The best footwear need not be expensive — because shoes that hold up longer and provide extended wear pay back for you... match your pride in your child's appearance. ^^^^^ Large selection for boys' and girls' from $6.95 to $10.95 • good fitting practice • smart young styles • finest quality shoes these fundamentals have made mothers our best salesmen. Just unpacked large assortment of prescription shoes fur your children. We Give Gold Bond Stomps J^GROTHE ^""f Custom Fitted Shoes\*y 140 E. Main St. P. *S 4 Kerner Cites Gains During His Tenure SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP)-Gov. Otto Kerner said today his administration has pushed forward in areas of civil rights and economic growth despite Republican efforts to "throw stumbling blocks in the way." Kerner told a Governor's Day throng at the Illinois State Pair the creation of a Fair Employment Practices Commission and Board of Economic Development are two major accomplishments of his administration. "We have shaken Illinois loose from the apathy of the past" in civil rights and economic development, Kerner said in an address to a Democratic rally. The governor charged that a "callous group of Republicans" tried to undermine the Fair Employment Practices Commission and the Board of Economic Development by cutting their funds in the 1963 legislature. "While racial unrest seethes in our state and country, this callous caucus (of Republicans) sought to undermine a measure of our efforts at peaceful conciliation of this unrest," Kerner said. The governor said his administration has scored gains in areas of fiscal matters and public aid. For the first time in 10 years, he said, Illinois has adopted a 24- month budget without raising taxes. "What a far cry from the days when Illinois was made to live beyond its means, and those means were being dissipated in a fiscal orgy that still makes one shudder." Bensenville Witnesses Happy Burial BENSENVILLE, 111. (AP)-Susan Anderson buried one of her recent constant companions Wednesday—to the joy of herself and 100 friends and neighbors. Susan, who is eight, arranged the neighborhood party to celebrate the burial of a cast she has worn on her right leg since an operation May 3. The mock funeral represented another big victory in the campaign against illness Susan has waged since birth. She is afflict ed with a muscle deficiency. "They said she wouldn't be able to walk until she was 5, but with determination she learned to walk at 20 months," said her father, Clarence W. Anderson. Susan also managed to learn to swim and ride a bike. The happy cortege was led by a clown and a magician. It led from Sunsan's home to the yard of Mrs. Norene LeVey, a neighbor who suggested the party to Susan soon after the operation. As friends and relatives cheered, the cast was laid to rest in a marked grave beside a flower bed. Livestock Competition Nearing End SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP)-Major livestock competition at the Illinois State Fair neared its windup today. Most of the big prize events were completed Wednesday, as more grand champions in various breed divisions were selected. Mathers Brothers of Mason City picked up two awards in short* horn judging by showing the grand champion shorthorn bull and shorthorn female. The reserve grand champion shorthorn bull was entered by John Alexander and Sons of Big Rock. Malcomb B. Tucker and Son of Chrisman had the reserve champion shorthorn female. Robert Bidner, 15, of Mahomet, stole the junior department barrow show in winning both the grand champion single barrow and grand champion pair of barrow honors. Reserve laurels went to an animal exhibited by Kenneth Urban, 16, of Hooppole. John Huston, 18, of Roseville, was crowned junior department champion in sheep blocking and trimming. He bested a field of 26 other youths. The milking derby, which ends today, put Robert Ellinston. 16, of Poplar Grove, in front with 67.08 points. Nancy Theis, 16. of Batavia, was second with 61.99 points, followed by Keith Funk, 14, of Gridley, with 55.68. The contest is based on amount of milk and its butterfat content. Other winners in livestock judging included: John Taft and sons, Mechanicsburg, grand champion Percheron mare; G. Sherman Reed, Richland, Mich., grand champion stallion; W. E. Weidener, Dalton City, grand champion milking shorthorn bull; Walter W. and J. D. Proehl, Manito, grand champion polled Hereford female, and J.C. McLean, Quincy, grand champion milking shorthorn heifer. Golesburg Regisfef'Mgi!, Galesburg, HI. Thursday, Aug. 15, 1963 3 MOTEL OR HELITEL?—Inns first served horsemen, then motorists, now airmen. This helicopter literally dropped In at the TravcLodgc on West Main Street Wednesday evening, and its pilot, Dennis Maloney of Mission, Kan., regis­ tered for the night. Maloney and other representatives of Panhandle Eastern Pipeline Co., who arrived by conventional auto, are here in connection with a test of a pipeline between Galesburg and Bartonvilte. W. Berliner Visits GHS Alma Mater Nine years after graduation from Galesburg High School, a German student is back to visit his alma mater. Randolf A. Granzer received a diploma from GHS in 1954 and left for his native West Berlin that summer. He returned to Galesburg Wednesday night along with his wife, Josianne, and their son Edgar. Granzer, 27, will spend several weeks in the United States doing research for a master's degree thesis for the University of West Berlin. The Granzers will spend most of their time in Galesburg. Their hosts here are Mr. and Mrs. Homer Brown, 684 Olive St., who also were the student's hosts when he attended GHS. Granzer's one-year study in this country was sponsored by First Christian Church with the aid of the church's national headquarters and missionary society. READ THE WANT ADS! Toll Commission Shelves Plan to Extend Route HINSDALE, 111. (AP)-The Illinois Toll Highway Commission has decided against any extension of the East-West Tollway without increased revenue. The decision was reached at a commission meeting Wednesday, at which increased auto and truck rates were approved for the Tri- State and East-West toll ways and the Northwest Tollway east of Elgin. A proposed extension of the East-West Tollway from Aurora to the Mississippi River near Clinton, Iowa, is unfeasible for revenue and bond financing, Chairman Charles M. Burgess said, unless additional sources of income can be found to supplement tolls. Visit Galesburg Home Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Mills a/id family of Albuquerque, N. M., are visiting at the home of his mother, Mrs. Madge Mills, 136 N. Pleasant Ave. THE BIG QUESTION ON HEALTH INSURANCE FOR SENIOR CITIZENS: IS IT AVAILABLE? YES!/ Mutual rom OF OMAHA' Mutual o( Omaha Inturanet Co, Call me for full information on the variety of plans for people 65 and over, offered by Mutual of Omaha, the company that insures more than 1 million 200 thousand senior citizens. |R. 1. THOMAS, MGR. 309 BOND1 BLDG. PH. 343-8583 MOORE'S REGAL WALL SATIN 9 Goes on smooth as satin # Dries in less then en hour % Cleans up with soapy water ALESBURG 85 n BROAD Professional Glass Distributors FRIGIDAIRE 1963 DRYER CLEARANCE Model . 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