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2 Galesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, 111. Soturdoy, Aug. 24, 1963 Budgetary Commission to Guard State Expenditures New Chairman Sees Mission Tight-Fisted ROUND LAKE, 111. (UPI) Illinois House Republican Leader \V. J. Murphy, R-Antioch, said today his Illinois Budgetary Commission will watch current state spending as well as plan for the future. "We should keep track of the budget as we go along and not wait until we get into a hole," Murphy said. Murphy, serving on the commission for the first time, defeated veteran Chairman Sen. Everett Peters, R-St. Joseph, for the top position on the influential body. Murphy told United Press International by telephone from his real estate and insurance office that it would be impossible to enlarge the commission staff as he had hoped. "I examined the budgetary appropriation with an eye to enlarging our expert staff," he said. "I found that they (the legislature) appropriated only enough to pay expenses, and not enough money to go out and hire anyone else. "We'll have to take the staff we've got and get more out of them," he said. Organize on Sept. 5 The first working session of the commission was scheduled for Sept. 5 at Springfield. Murphy said he would meet with representatives of various organizations Knox College Names Three To Math Staff Three new members of the Knox College faculty have been named to the staff of the mathematics department for the college. Teaching at Knox for the first time will be Dr. Robert E. Bryan of Highland Park, N. J., Donald L. Fisk of East Lansing, Mich., and Edward L. Bethel of Austin, Tex. All three faculty members will assume their new teaching duties in September. Dr. Bryan, who will hold the rank of associate professor of mathematics at Knox, has been serving as an assistant professor at The State University of Rutgers. He has also served there as director of the National Science Foundation Academic Year Institute for secondary school mathematics teachers. A graduate of Washington and Jefferson College, Bryan holds a doctoral degree from Yale University. He has had previous teaching experience at Washington and Jefferson, Bethany College, Pennsylvania Military College, University of Connecticut and Yale. Fisk will serve as assistant professor of mathematics at Knox. He holds both an undergraduate and a Master's degree from Michigan State University, where he is currently completing requirements for a doctorate. He held a National Defense Education Act fellowship at Michigan State. He has been an instructor in statistics there. Bethel will be an instructor in mathematics at Knox. He earned an undergraduate degree at Southern Methodist University and a Master's degree at North Texas State University. He is presently working toward completion of requirements for a doctoral degree at the University of Texas, where he has been an instructor since 1957. Bethel was formerly employed in private industry. He served in the Navy during World War II. at Springfield the day before "to pick their brains, and see if we get something constructive out of them." At the Sept. 5 meeting, Murphy said, the commission will receive a report on the revenue picture in Illinois. He said he also would ask Harold 0. Swank, head of the Illinois Public Aid Department, to appear before the commission. "I want to see what the monthly payouts are now in the IPAD," Murphy said. "We have to watch our spending." Doubts 'Article' Needed Murphy said the commission would not consider a new revenue article now. Gov. Otto Kerner has said a new revenue article is one of his main concerns for the 1964 legislature. "I'm not one of these people that's convinced that we need a new revenue article," he said. "I'd like to live within our budget." Count Geese After Rainy 'Drownder' Southern country >folk call it a "goose drownder." In Galesburg it might be referred to as a creek filler. Last night's downpour brought a respectable flow of water through erstwhile dry Cedar Fork drainage channel running through the middle of Galesburg. At noon today nearly two inches of rain had descended on the Galesburg community since the heavens opened up about 1:30 this morning. Too late in the season to mean much to major farm crops, the rain nevertheless brought welcome freshening to gardens, lawns, golf courses and shrubbery, and some raising of water level in the local lakes. Today, the effect on outdoor programs and recreation this weekend seemed likely to be adverse. The Weather Bureau, however, indicated that showers would end tonight. Sunday is expected to be cooler with temperatures ranging in the 70s. Most Illinois communities had rarn or showers. Fairly heavy rain fell in some north-central areas of Illinois and along the northwest fringe above Rock Island. Peoria reported .40 of an inch by 6 a.m. and Moline had .31 of an inch. Dubuque, Iowa, caught 2.55 inches. The third annual stag fish fry under auspices of the Galesburg El Bon Shrine Club slated for this afternoon and evening at the Shelter-in-the-Woods, southwest of Wataga, was postponed because of road conditions leading into the area due to the heavy rainfall. The club will announce a future date for the affair. Changes at Abingdon The doll buggy and bicycle parade of the Abingdon Fall Festival, which had been scheduled for today at 1 p.m. has been postponed until Monday at 1 p.m. due to rain. The pig scramble which was to be held today at 2 p.m. will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. Possum Holler Opry tonight at 8 and the cake auction at 9:30 will be held, Earl Day, festival association promotion chairman, announced. Today's rains also devastated events planned at Yates City and Alexis. Yates City's streets were filled with residents awaiting the parade slated at 11 a.m. But a number of the people, state troopers waiting to stop traffic, and a Galesburg Register-Mail photographer all went home when the parade was abandoned. Though the parade was cancelled, officials planned to go ahead with the program, weather permitting. Talent shows slated this afternoon and tonight both were to be held in an outside theater. The third annual Alexis and North Henderson fat stock show was postponed until next Saturday, Aug. 31. It was to be held on the Alexis High School baseball diamond, but grounds were reported thoroughly soaked this morning. Fire Damages Truck Short-circuited wiring in a lift truck at the Burlington Truck Lines, 796 S. Pearl St., caused the apparatus to catch fire Friday afternoon. Damage, fire authorities said, amounted to about $100. MEETING NOTICE Because of conflicting meetings of our Staff men, Local 1274 AFSCME will hold its August meeting on Wednesday the 28th instead of Tuesday the 27th as planned. The 7 p.m. group will meet at the Lions Shelter at Lake Storey. The 11 p.m. meeting being at the home of Mr*. Thoureen, 359 S. Pearl St. Staff men in attendance conducting a discussion period on vital and current issue* will be Jim Stevens and Roger Frazer. — Attendance Prize — GRACE I. THOUREEN, President. Coal Output Reported by Knox Mines Three Knox County mines produced 113,271 tons of coal during July, according to a report by the Illinois Department of Mines and Minerals. During this period, 276 men were employed. The production last month was a drop from the 178,893 tons in June, but was ahead of the 106,326 tons in July 1963. Fulton County, with nine mines and 695 men working, rated third in the state with 292,681 tons. Williamson County's 317,938 tons led the state production, in which Christian County, with 301,167 tons was second. Figures for mines in nearby counties included Henry, one mine and 4,166 tons; Mercer, one mine and 2,200 tons, and Stark, one mine and 18,836 tons. State Lists 84 The 84 mines reporting in the state produced 2,699,174 tons in July, a decrease from the 4,478,699 tons in June, but an increase over the 2,431,393 tons in July of last year. July vacations were said to account for the decrease. The report listed 46 strip mines, with 3,021 men working and an output of 1,462,447 tons, and 38 underground mines with 5,362 men working and production figures of 1,236,727 tons. There were 35 non-fatal accidents and one resulting in death in Illinois mines during July, with the seven-month total for this year shown as 340 non-fatal and nine fatal accidents. The Weather Key to Pag* 1 Weather Stripe Brown—Storm Yellow—Fair Red—Warm Blue—Cold NORTHERN ILLINOIS: Cloudy and cooler tonight. Low tonight 58-65. Sunday mostly cloudy and cool. High Sunday mostly in the 70s. IOWA: Cloudy tonight. Occasional drizzle east tonight. Cooler tonight. Sunday cloudy in morning, decreasing cloudiness in the afternoon. Continued cool Sunday. Low tonight lower 60s in north to middle 60s South. High Sunday middle 70s northeast to lower 80s southwest. CHICAGO AND VICINITY: Cloudy and cool tonight. Low in lower 60s. Sunday, mostly cloudy and cool. High in the 70s. Northeasterly winds 12-20 m.p.h. tonight, becoming east to southeast 8-15 m.p.h. Sunday. Monday outlook, partly cloudy. Not so cool. GALESBURG AND VICINITY: Cloudy and cool tonight with showers ending tonight. Low tonight 60-65. Sunday mostly cloudy and cool, high in the 70s. LOCAL WEATHER Noon temperature, 73; morning's low, 70. Sky cloudy, wind out of the south. (Friday's maximum, 90; midnight, 75.) Sun rose today at 6:19 a. m., sets at 7:45 p. m. Humidity, 98%. RIVER STAGES St. Louis—1.7 fall 0.1. Beardstown—9.3 fall 0.2. Havana—5.6 no change. Peoria—11.6 no change. LaSalle—10.4 no change. Grafton—15.1 fall 0.1. Keokuk—2.0 fall 0.1. Dubuque—7.0 rise 0.1. Davenport—3.6 rise 0.1. Burlington—7.2 no change. Fines Arc Imposed In Alpha Court ALPHA—Russel McGinnis, 35, of Davenport, was brought into police magistrate court of George W, Kelly, Alpha, Thursday on a speeding charge. He was fined $10 and costs. Calvin L. Schmid, 54, of Cordova, also was brought into the court of Kelly Thursday on a speeding charge. He was fined $10 and costs. Arrests were by state troopers. HIGH TASSEL—Andy Shumakcr, Register-Mail truck driver, is shown observing this 12-foot stalk of corn located on a farm about five miles west of Yates City on 111. 8. Two other stalks almost as high can be seen to the left. Those attending final activities today of the Yates City Homecoming (sec story on page 10) may sec this unusual sight on their way. (Photo by Register-Mail photographer Phil Turney.) Scout Leaders To Gather for Training Event More than 3,500 professional leaders of the Boy Scouts of America will gather at the University of Illinois for their 12th National Training Conference, Aug. 29 through Sept. 4. Dr. A. L. Knoblauch of Macomb, president of Prairie Council, announced that Lawrence Lundholm of Galesburg, the council's scout executive, will head the Prairie delegation. A number of speakers will be on hand for the event and each has been chosen lor his background of experience in the fields of education, religion, business, finance, labor and government. Chief Scout Executive Joseph A. Brunton Jr. will deliver the final address on "Strengthen America—Character Counts." Ford Workers Are lie turning CHICAGO (UPI) - Workers started back to their jobs today after negotiators settled a weeklong "safety" strike by the United Auto Workers against a Ford Motor Co. suburban stamping plant. Nearly 27,000 workers laid off by Ford in six states were scheduled to be called back by Tuesday. Negotiators announced satisfactory disposition of 74 health and safety grievances Friday. Birth Record Born at St. Mary's Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Dean J. Ishmael, 200 N. E. St., Monmouth, a boy at 9:27 p. m. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Campbell Jr., Wataga, a boy at 12:01 a. m. today. Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Moore, RFD, Maquon, a boy at 4:05 p. m. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard D. Fugate, Dahinda, a girl at 12:26 a. m. today. Mr. and Mrs. DeWayne L. Magnuson, 1035 W. Main St., a girl at 6:25 a. m. today. 'Demry- JL for yowrikouqMfr Appears Every Tuesday and Friday FOR PERSONAL ADVICE WRITE TO PENNY" c/o Galesburg Register-Mail. Roy H. Pearson Jr. Receives Diploma Roy H. Pearson Jr., vice president of Fidelity Federal Savings & Loan Association, received the American Savings & Loan Institute's graduate school diploma and key Friday at Indiana University. He was among 76 students who were awarded keys and diplomas. Pearson completed a three-year course of study at the Graduate School of Business at the university. Subjects studied were Great Economic Issues, Administrative and Organization Behavior, Architectural Approach to Home Design, Business Research and Reports, Economic Growth and Public Policy and others. The school is designed as a training field for savings and loan association and cooperative bank executives. Will Study River SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP)—Gov. Otto Kerner has signed a bill appropriating $250,000 to study the Illinois River Waterway from Lockport downstream. Sen. Harris Fawell, R-Naperville, said the study which was approved by Kerner Friday, will include flood control and low flow surveys. It will be the first complete study of the waterway downstream, he said. NEW BARBER SHOP 68 S. Seminary NOW OPEN A Farmer Galesburg Barber Chester Bell Tools, Nickels Unusual Loot In Theft Cases Tools were the loot in the prowling of two garages at residences within a short distance of each other on Lawrence Avenue, according to reports filed Friday evening at police headquarters. First report, at 6:10 p.m., was by Dale Sundberg of 910 Lawrence Ave., who told police that a tool box containing a set of socket wrenches and other tools, valued at $50, was taken from his unlocked garage. Ten minutes later, at 6:20 p.m., John Brandon of 899 Lawrence Ave., in his report, listed a power saw, a drill, a tool box and a storm window as having been taken from his garage, which also was unlocked. Although no report was filed at headquarters, police indicated that a set of golf clubs had been taken from another garage in the same area. Collection Lifted A collection of Canadian nickels, from 1922 to 1962, and a U. S. penny, 1924 D, were reported missing by Jerry Shafer of 436 Locust St. In 1 is report, fried at 5:45 p.m., Shafer said he had the coins July 18, the date of a coin collectors' meeting here, but they were gone when a check was made Aug. 15. He told police several people customarily come to his home to buy and sell coins. Police investigated a report received Friday at 9 p.m. that a money bag, containing $261.91, in cash and checks, was missing from a counter in the basement of the Carson Pirie Scott & Co. store. This morning, a call was received from the store stating that a Dahinda woman had called to report that when she returned home Friday night, she found the bag in one of her packages. A clerk hi one of the basement departments related to police that she had taken the money and checks from a cash register and placed them in the bag, which then was covered and left on the counter near the cash register, to be turned over to the department manager. Hold Crusade For Children Children's crusade at Evangel Temple was concluded Friday night under the leadership of Evangelist Gordon White. A missionary story was dramatized throughout the campaign with the use of puppets. Awards for those participating were given to Beverly Williams, Tommy Asbury and Terry Hillier. Herb Williams also received an award for taking 40 persons to the crusade. It was also announced that the new Sunday school rooms will be completed soon. Crash Injures 3 TUSCOLA, 111. (AP)—A Chicago and Eastern Illinois Railroad freight train smacked into a switching unit Friday night, injuring three crewmen and derailing three diesel units and several freight cars. One of the diesels flipped into a ditch and several feet, of track were torn up. ' hWay Route, Detour Roads Are Listed The weekly bulletin from the Division of Highways, Bureau of Traffic, listed the following road9 in this section of the state undergoing construction or repafrs: [11. 78, 97 and U.S. 136 one-way traffic on Illinois River bridge at Havana due to bridge repairs. 111. 61, from Bowen to 111. 61-9<*. one-way traffic due to patching and resurfacing. 111. 94, from Bowen to 111. 61 -94, one-way traffic due to patching and resurfacing. U. S. 34, from one mile north of Altona to Wataga. one-way traffic due to patching and resurfacing. 111. 78, from one mile north of Norris to mile south of Norn's, road closed due to construction. Detour over 111. 116, 97 and 9. Adds 15 miles. 111. 17, from south junction of III. 78 to Wyoming, one-way traffic due to patching and resurfacing. 111. 78, at % mile north of Havana, one-way traffic due to bridge repairs. 111. 61, at two miles south of Colmar, one-way traffic due to bridge repairs. 111. 91, from Toulon to Princeville, one-way traffic due to patching and resurfacing. 111. 94, from Stronghurst to 111. 96, one-way traffic due to patching and resurfacing. 111. 90, from three miles east of 111. 78 to Princeville, one-way traffic due to patching and resurfacing. New Windsor Group Names New Director NEW WINDSOR—At a special meeting of the New Windsor Cemetery Association Aug. 20, Vernon McNeil was appointed to serve as a director to fill out the 3-year term of the late H. B. Shroyer. Max Streeter was elected vice president of the association to fill the unexpired term of the late Mr. Shroyer. The association hired John Burgess to serve as custodian of the cemetery for the remainder of the year. Kin of Raritan Couple Hurt In Accident RARITAN—Word was received here by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cook of the serious injury of their niece, Carolyn Cook, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cook, of Chillicothe, Mo. She was injured in an automobile accident near her home. Miss Cook suffered a broken neck and other injuries in the accident. Telephone Program Ends At Knox Summer sessions ended Friday for 115 Illinois Bell Telephone Co. officers and employes who participated in intensive training programs at Knox College during the past six weeks. This year marked the eighth time that Illinois Bell has brought its development conference and business training school to Knox. The management school involved three sessions of two weeks each, with 96 employes enrolled for the course of instruction during each period. About 310 people, including conference leaders, teachers, technical experts and guest speakers, took part in the management school during the summer. The project was under the general supervision of Frank W. Braden of Chicago, general personnel manager for Illinois Bell. Trains Personnel The rigorous business education program is designed to provide company personnel with training in solving managerial problems and thereby improve service for the company's customers. Business executives, officers of the Illinois Bell System and Knox College professors made up the faculty for the discussions, lectures and research embodied in the school program. Neiv Windsor Physician Is Honored NEW WINDSOR - Dr. George L. Rathbun, 79, of New Windsor, has received a gold pin and plaque signifying 50 years' membership in the Illinois State Medical Society. Dr. Rathbun also received a plaque from the Medical Alumni Association of the University of Chicago for being a member of the 50-year graduating class— 1913. Dr. Rathbun, who has practiced medicine about 50 years, has resided in New Windsor for the past seven years since his retirement. He has also lived in Galesburg and Oneida, and at one time worked in the Student Health Service at the State University of Iowa. Johnson Named on Knoxville Faculty Robert Johnson, 409 Monmouth Blvd., a graduate of Western Illinois University at Macomb, has been employed at Knoxville Senior High School as a geography teacher. ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF DARLENE MEYER'S BEAUTY SALON MAQUON, ILLINOIS - RR 2 Phone TR 5-3758 Open 8:30 to 6:00 — Closed Wednesday MRS. ROLLAND MEYER, Operator MON. . TUES. - WED. LAST WEEK BEFORE BACK TO SCHOOL SKIRTS SLACKS SWEATERS TROUSERS SUITS TOPCOATS PLAIN DRESSES LONG COATS PLEATS, 2c PER PLEAT. SUEDES, FORMALS AND FURS NOT INCLUDED OUR JACKPOT IS NOW WORTH $75.00 Qalesburg One Hour Dry Cleaners EACH 331 E. MAIN 343-8608

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