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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, August 24, 1963
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Theft Charge Dropped; Costs Are Assessed MONMOUTH - Robert P. Johnston, who was returned to Monmouth this week from Charleston, appeared in police court Friday. Johnston, who nad worked here for a time for Art Balding, was held in Charleston recently at the request of Warren County authorities after Balding said Johnston had taken a stump shredder from him and he had failed to keep in contact with Balding. Yesterday, Balding withdrew his charge, but Johnston had to pay court costs amounting to $78.10 before being released. Also appearing in court Friday was John Brashe of Cooper Core, Tex., who was arrested Thursday night at the Anchor Inn on Market Place and charged with disorderly conduct. Yesterday, he mas fined $20 and John W. Servine, Moline, who was arrested at the same time on the same charge, had charges dismissed against him. Robert Cook, 1020 E. Fifth Ave., and Thomas Wade, 915 E. First Ave., who were involved in a traffic accident Tuesday morning on West Eleventh Avenue, appeared in court Friday. Cook was fined $15 for driving too fast for conditions and Wade was fined $10 and $5 for failure to yield the right-of-way. Michael J. O'Brien, 18, of 417 N. H. St., who was arrested at 12:07 Friday morning after he took a Prime Beef Festival banner from a light pole on the public square was fined $20 and assessed $5 costs Friday afternoon. Raymond T. Toal, 21, 821 W. Broadway, who was arrested for a speed restriction after he was involved in a minor traffic accident Thursday noon, pleaded not guilty to the charge in police court Friday, and a hearing will be set later. Glen J. Desmong of North Pekin, also involved in the accident, will have a hearing at a later date. MONMOUTH _ to* IflWI Untmeff lttMl CtttMpMIMnt Ml II. H tt. ttlOfl* »M-4ttl FOR MISSED COPIES PHONE 7344121 Before 6:30 Achievement School Moves MONMOUTH — Moving was under way today at the Warren Achievement School in preparation for the school's opening Sept. 3. The school had been holding classes in the Law School building north of Monmouth but will this year open in its new quarters in the former Morfield Nursing Home on West Eighth Avenue. The building has been remodeled and redecorated, suitable for classrooms. With the beginning of school only a little over a week away, there is still more room for youngsters, school officials aaid. Sarcasm Wins Day ALGIERS, Algeria (UPI> -Regarding the arrest of anti-government rebels in Eastern Algeria, Premier Ahmed Ben Bella said today: "It was thought at first they were boy scouts on a holiday, but when we discovered otherwise they were captured in one after* noon." Parents with mentally and physically handicapped children were urged to contact Dr. Glenn W. Chamberlin, president of the board of directors, in order to get their children screened for possible admission to the school. YOUNG ARTISTS HONORED — Students participating in the National Library Week Poster Contest held in April were awarded books Friday at the Warren County Library for their winning entries. Those receiving books are pictured here with Mrs. Lowell Decn, who presented the awards: Left to right, seated: Debbie Wentrcek of Lincoln school, who received the grand award; Pearl Meridith, Cameron school; Mrs. Deen, children's librarian, and Debbie Danforth of Willitts school. Back row, left to right: James Ross, Kirkwood grade school; Cynthia Whiteman, Garfield school and Phil Kuhnkcy, Warren school. Not present when the picture was taken was John Lundeen of Harding school. (Register-Mail photo by Wilson Isreal.) A&P'S SUPER-RIGHT QUALITY Chuck Steaks Hankering for really delicious meat? 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JTBE CHUT Aiuunic t FACIHC IU " AMERICA'S DcPUOABU lOOO MERCHANT SWCE llilf Courtesy Box Looting Nets Meter Thief $30 MONMOUTH — Lloyd Hillman, city meterman found Friday someone had beat him to the job. When making his rounds yesterday Hillman discovered someone had looted the metal boxes placed on various meters throughout town provided for motorists to place fines for overparking. It was estimated damages and loss of fines would amount to about $30. MONMOUTH HOSPITAL Born Thursday — Girl to Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Lox, Oquawka. Admitted Thursday—Mrs. Truman Bell, Alexis. Dismissed Thursday — Mrs. Robert Strange and baby, Kirkwood. Born Friday—Boy to Mr. and Mrs. Philip Steele, Little York. Admitted Friday — Arthur Hogue, Kirkwood; Charlie Rixie, Monmouth. Dismissed Friday—Mrs. Lawrence Frederickson, Seaton; Master Kent Merrill, Mrs. Arthur Richardson, Joseph Young, Mrs. Bessie Stotts, Monmouth; Glenn Jackson, Little York. MARRIAGE LICENSE MONMOUTH —A marriage license was issued Friday to James Bradley Gregory and Joanne Charlotte Henderson, of Lewistown. Judge Releases Negro Comedian Until Hearing CHICAGO (AP)—Negro comedian Dick Gregory, who spent 12 days in jail because he refused to sign even a free recognizance bond, has been released pending a hearing Oct. 10. Gregory, who was arrested for disorderly conduct Aug. 12, was freed Friday by Judge Ben Schwartz of Municipal Court. The 30-year-old comedian and two other men were arrested near 73d St. and Lowe Ave. where Negroes and whites were picketing the site of mobile classrooms. ALL PRICES EFFECTIVE MON. THRU AUG. 28, 1963 Meter Cemented GLASGOW, Scotland (UPD — Police Friday found a parking meter which had vanished a week ago cemented into the pavement in Newcastle-upon-Tyne i about 160 miles ^way. Held in Auto Case Inquiry MONMOUTH - Rodney Nyline, 20, who has been living In Rock Island, is being held in the Mercer County jail at Aledo for Investigation regarding a car stolen Wednesday in Davenport. Rev. Stanley Rapp, pastor of the Methodist Church at Little York reported a car had stopped In front of his home late Thursday night and a young man walked away from it. Robert Stevens, Warren County deputy sheriff, was notified of the car abandoned in Little York and found it had been stolen in Davenport from Donald H. Harksen. Golesburg Register-Merit, Gafesburg, Saturday, Aug. 24, 1963 9_ Finds Ear MELUN, France (UPD -Roger Zanoni found a human ear under the floor rug of his secondhand automobile Friday. He rushed to police who learned that the previous owner of the car was a medical student who used the ear in his studies. Volunteers Fill MHS Faculty's Three Vacancies MONMOUTH—Monmouth High School's teacher problem has apparently been solved with assistance from three Monmouth residents. Dr. Rupert D. Boswell, head of the mathematics department at Monmouth College, and Dr. Lyle Finley, head of the physics department, have agreed to share the job of teaching advanced math. Mrs. Gertrude Price, wife of Dr. Roy Price, Monmouth veterinarian, is also willing to accept the position of girl's counselor, which would complete the staff for this year. Mrs. Price is a graduate of Iowa State College at Ames, la., and taught at Whiting, Iowa, prior to her marriage. The acceptance of the three teachers is subject, however, to confirmation at the Sept. 9 School Board meeting. Reports Theft At Little York MONMOUTH — James Damewood of Little York reported to Warren County sheriff Friday that sometime early Friday morning a 1947 half-ton pick-up truck had been taken from the yard at his home. The truck had not yet been recovered this morning, according to a report from the sheriff's office. In Traffic Court MONMOUTH - Alan M. Sage, 16, of 716 S. 6V4 St., was arrested two times on three charges within an hour late Friday night and early this morning. At 11:25 p.m., Sage was arrested for speeding on South Main Street and at 12:26 a.m., he was stopped for a stop sign violation and reckless driving. He will have a hearing in police court later today. READ THE WANT ADS! Parent Firm Of Form!it Buys Stores MONMOUTH - All Bonwit Teller stores, an eastern and mid* west group of specialty stores, are now owned by Genesco, Inc., of Nashville, Tenn., which operates the Formfit garment plant here among numerous other manufacturing and selling establishments in the clothing and footwear lines throughout the United States. Genesco's newsletter circulated this week contains the announcement that the big concern acquired the three Philadelphia stores of Bonwit Teller for cash on Aug. 1 from the stockholders. Other Bonwit Teller retail stores, and which are being continued under their traditional name and policies, are located in New York, Chicago, Cleveland, Boston, Palm Beach, Manhasset (L. I.), Short Hills (N. J.), Oakbrook (111.) and White Plains (N. Y.). KROGER Priced means... Open Sunday 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. Prices Effective Sunday thru Tuesday, August 27. thanks to KROGER Volume! Kroger Frozen ORANGE JUICE 500 Count Pkg. FILLER PAPER 6-oz. Cans Loose Leaf Punched Pkg. € ~* SAVE ^ 10c per fb. Breasts, Legs, Thighs TURKEY PARTS SAVE 30c per lb. Ground Round Kroger's Finest Quality lb. 49 California White SEEDLESS GRAPES

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