Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 5, 1963 · Page 5
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 5

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, September 5, 1963
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•1 AtLab State Share of U. The Galesburg Trades and Labor Assembly Wednes* day night held its first meeting in the new Labor Tern* pie, 2243 Grand Ave. The building, formerly occupied by a roller rink, was purchased by the Labor Temple Association and remodeled to meet the requirements of Galesburg's central labor ( body. It replaces the former Labor Temple at 52 N. Prairie St., which was destroyed by fire nest gene Kennedy, delegate from the Policemen's Union, who has re* signed from the Galesburg Police Departm Labor progress April 4, 1962. Raymond Anderson (R-Galesburg), Clarence E. Neff (R- Stronghurst) and Dan Teefey (D Mount Sterling), 50th District rep- Stewards Training Program spon resentatives, along with Richard sored without cost by the Inter- R. Larson (R-Galesburg), 57th national Association of Machinists. District senator, have been in vited to attend the Oct. 2- meet- Weekly classes are being conduct cd and are open to shop stewards, ing of the assembly to discuss I union officials and other inter JOLIET, HI. (AP )-Hie state of Illinois will seek today $24,210.73 in inheritance taxes from the estate of a bachelor who willed his entire fortune to the United States. The federal government, at a Will County Court hearing, will attempt to claim all of $152,644.70 in real estate and bonds left by George Policandriotes to pay public debts. A machinist, watchmaker, real estate broker and lighthouse keeper at various times, Policandriotes emigrated more than 60 years ago from Mykonos Island near Greece. Policandriotes, who was 84 when United Fund President Tells Advantage of Combined Drive Advantages the Knox County United Fund offers the business community were outlined Wednesday night by two U. F. officers at a monthly meeting of the Galesburg Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors at Custer inn. Richard E. Johnson, U. F. president, said the forthcoming drive combining campaigns of 11 local welfare agencies will greatly re- mittee's organization and object duce the cost of raising money i V es. and will mean a vast reduction Mayor Cabeen a guestj M , d thc in the number of man hours re- n t move in a drive to obUlin quired. The goal is $182,300, and the drive will get under way later this month. liquor permit for a proposed motel at the present Galesburg Club site was to check the latest peti- labor legislation considered by ested unionists. Conducting thejhe died in March 1962, also had the Illinois Legislature during its classes : s Lee Chapman, IAM in- Last year about $20,000 was tion giving the assent of adjacent spent to raise some $140,000 for property owners. "We'll go on the 11 agencies, he said. This from there," he said, year it will cost less than half as much to raise the increased budget. The Chamber board has urged recent session. Committees ternational representative, who also heads the IAM education oro- Boen dent, last night announced" his list of committee appointments. Committees named included: Some unions now have taken new Grievance John McLaren, making _ Thoureen, M. A. Ashba^ ' ments t0 move into Adr s P ace and John Fairow; Education William Cecil, Frank Smead, The annex of the former roller Grace Saul, Dorothy Anderson rin k was remodeled into space and Max Boynton; Committee on f° r fteating room, two wash rooms,'and offices which have been assigned to the Building an interest in a large vegetable producing concern near his home in Joliet. The state tax claim on the estate was assessed by a Will County judge. The U.S. government, however, demanded the entire fortune, say-) mas kettle program. that the mayor, as liquor commissioner, issue the permit, formal Also important to business and 1 application for.which has not yet ft (A BP L I been made by Paul Peck, thc motel promoter. Thc mayor, how- professional mcn f he continued, is that none of thc participating agencies will be seeking operating funds if the campaign hits its mark. Exceptions are the traditional Girl Scout cookie sale and the Salvation Army Christ- Political Education (COPE) Dorothy Anderson, M. A. Ash baugh, Paul Gustafson and Bruce Trade s Council, electricians. Bishop, plumbers and steamfitters. and Union Label - Harold Heck, machinists unions, William McDermet, M. Arnot Across the front of the main Montgomery, Jack Potter and Robert Batson; Americanism — Earl Flagg, Richard Mower, M. T. Tracy, Harry Erwin, Ross Stephens and Frank Smead; Public Relations — William H. Moon, K. D. Rutledge, Harry Campbell, William Cecil and Leon Neblock; Labor Day — Bruce Bishop, who will name his committee members; Organization — Roy Delawder and Rozinah Evans, with three members yet to be named; Area Development — M. A. Ashbaugh, Ray Marquith, Bruce Bishop, John Fairow, William Moon and John McLaren. Named Sergeant-at-Arms .William McDermet was elected ing it was exempt because Po­ licandriotes' March 7, 1946, will stated: "In the case of my death all of my properties personal and real estate must and not otherwise, go to the federal government of the United States of America to be paid public debts. Leave nothing to all my relatives/* Cites Open Door Policy Johnson said the United Fund was open to all legitimate welfare organizations. Businessmen can be assured that those participating each have local, responsible governing bodies and that their budgets have been scrutinized by a team of local executives representing companies who with their structure, along the Grand matel m and it is equipped employes annually contribute a Alumna — iu 1 — ~c lion's share of welfare fund goals, Avenue side, are the quarters of the painters union, two small meeting rooms, each with a capacity of 25, and a corner meeting room which will accommodate 75. A cocktail lounge is between this series of rooms and the auditorium. Seating capacity of the auditorium was listed as approxi- with a stage. The teamsters union occupies three rooms at the northwest corner of the building. At the rear of the auditorium is a room which will serve dual purposes as a kitchen and meeting room. Two rooms at the northeast corner of the building will be used by the laborers union. Johnson said. Max Wisgerhof, campaign chairman, reported that solid progress has been made in organizing for the fund drive. In other business last night the board heard James McHood, chairman of its economic development committee, explain his com ever, has said he is reluctant to give favorable consideration. Objection has been raised by First United Presbyterian Church, which is across the street from the site. Woman Throws Brick Into Police Station AURORA, Colo. (AP)-PoIice said that a mother of three threw a brick through the plate glass window of the Police Department Wednesday night. The brick narrowly missed police dispatcher Raymond Wilson whose office was showered with glass. The children of Evelyn Dorothy Gordon, 26, were cared for while she spent the night in jail. 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