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10 (aatesburg Register«Moil, Galesburg, III. Thufsday,JSept._S # J [963 Parade Awards Open Festival [ MONMOUTH— The 1963 Warren County Prime Beef parade held at 5:30 Wednesday afternoon heralded the I annual Festival. ; The parade started at ! West Park and went down •W. Broadway to the public square and out East Broadway, disbanding at North 11th Street. The theme "Pot 'O Gold" was Monmouth Prof jAt State [Health Meet ; MONMOUTH—Albert Nicholas, •professor of education at Mon- .mouth College, is in Chicago this ;week attending the Institute for •Education on Advances in the •Health Sciences at Northwestern ^University medical school \ Representatives from almost all •the 53 colleges and universities in *the state are expected to attend ;the institute, held for the purpose ;of improving the teaching of (health throughout the state. ' Speakers for the three-day ;meeting, which ends Friday, will 'be Ray Page, superintendent of .'the state office of public instruction; Dr. Franklin Yoder of the ^department of public health; and |Dr. Richard Young, dean o( the •Northwestern University medical (school. { Professor Nicholas was a mem •ber of the committee which iplanned the institute as a representative of the Illinois Joint •Commission on School Health. ;Roseville Bowling Results DOUBLE DOZEN CHURCH i LEAGUE » Four Squares, 4-0; Fearless Four, tS-l; Misfits, 3-1; Hits and Misses, '1-3; Four Ten Pins, 1-3; Doubtful 'Doubles, 0-4. ' High team series, Four Squares, -2056; High team game, Four Squares, 743. i High ind. series, (M) Dale Wat,son, 474, (W) Mary Fair, 404; High find, game, (M) Marvin Hawk, 173, »(W) Mary Farr, 159. \ — • DURABLE DOUBLES LEAGUE * National Cafe, 4-0; Royal Blue, '3-1; Pepsi,. 3-1; Rose Bowl, 1-3; •7-Up, 1-3; Taylor Insurance, 0-4. ; High team series, National Cafe, ,2134; High team game, National Cafe, 731. , High ind. series, (M) Al Knight, ,520; (W) Nan Gerding. 433; High :lnd. game, (M) Tim Phelps, 182; >(W) Shirley Pinney, 153. •Time Buying Grows » WASHINGTON (UPD — Installment buying in the United States ^during July grew by $501 million ,to a total of $5.1 billion, mostly I because of automobile purchases, •the Federal Reserve Board re- jported Wednesday. carried out in many clever ways on the various floats and music from several bands filled the air. Awards were presented at 7:4* p.m. last night in the following categories to parade entrants: Commercial — Model Clothing, $65; Bowman's Shoe Store, $35. Religion and Civic — Belmont Church, $65; Little Cedar Church, $50; Luther League, $35. Schools, PTA, 441 — Garfield PTA, $65; Kirkwood Brownie Troop, $50; Warren PTA, $35. Novelty — Roger llcnncnfcnt, $25. Guests Star A brilliant performance was staged at 8 o'clock by the Nee Hi's, an all-girl drum and bugle corps from Clinton, Iowa. The corps members, who wore striking blue and white satin uniforms, are girls from four high schools in Clinton. The Nee Hi organization, which is self-supporting, has won three first-place awards this year for marching and has performed at various events in Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin, under the direction of Jim Sullivan. The corps is composed of 20 buglers, 15 drummers and 12 in the color guard. The corps entertained the audience with several outstanding formations and closed the performance with "Goodnight, Ladies." The Mississippi Valley Country and Western show rounded out the evening's entertainment. The membership award' of a transistor radio was won by Dean Keithley of Little York. Plan Big Show Tonight This evening a band concert will be held at Monmouth Park at 7 o'clock followed by several acts of free professional entertainment. MAJORETTES AND BAND OF MONMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL PERFORMED IN PARADE FIRST PRIZE IN SCHOOL PTA-FFA DIVISION WENT TO GARFIELD FLOAT. BEAUTY AND THE BUMBERSHOOTS—SPECTATORS STAND IN RAIN TO SEE KAY KIRKPATRICK, MISS WARREN COUNTY. FLOAT OF IOOF HAD POT FILLED WITH GOLD \4ngry Woman Could Prosper On Golf Balls I DAYTON, Ohio (AP)-An angry woman called the Montgomery County sheriff's department to complain about golf balls from a jiearby golf driving range hitting 'er trailer home. { Later, she showed deputies the lents in her trailer, and then produced more evidence: 940 golf s she'd picked up around the Jrailer since the range opened last spring. i • jPower Company jvVill Aid Peoria Powntown Area ,* SPRINGFIELD, 301. (AP)-Cen- gral Illinois Light Co.'s request fpc permission to invest $100,000 ^n the Peoria Development Corp. was approved Wednesday by the JHnois Commerce Commission. » Packers of the request testified §i July that the corporation wants to help save the downtown area \y reversing a trend of businesses •fiftyjng to the suburbs. Women Seek 'Post' WASHINGTON (UPD-The Na tional Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Inc., wants President Kennedy to appoint a woman to the vacant post of postmaster general. Federation president Virginia R. Allan wrote Kennedy that the "partnership of women in our economy and society will be recognized by the appointment of a woman to the Cabinet in your ad ministration." Kennedy has not yet named a successor to J. Edward Day, who resigned recently as postmaster general. People Are Stupid PHILADELPHIA (UPD - Two window washers, stranded seven stories high when their scaffold motor failed, waved at passersby for two hours Wednesday for help but got only waves in return. One man finally figured they were stuck and called firemen. nSatiLlttt KEY IDEA, BEEF IN POT, WON FOR MODEL CO. Man Dies When School Bus Hits Passenger Auto LAKE ZURICH, 111. (UPD George Bates, 26, Lake Forest, 111., was killed Wednesday when his car was struck by an empty school bus at Illinois 22 and McHenry Road. Gabriel Ponzio, 40, Lake Zurich, the driver of the bus, was charged with failure to yield the right-of-way. Red China Uses 900,000 Youths Along Border HONG KONG (AP) - Communist China has sent 900,000 stu- The men, Reginald Mason and j dents to build defenses in Sinki- '2 Copytvrongs Do Not Make A Copyright 9 SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Our copyright's been wronged, the writers of the Tom Swifty books told the court, plaintively. This was in federal court Wednesday, when they filed suit against Rust Craft Greeting Cards Inc., of Dedham, Mass. Don't use "Swiftly," "Tom Swiftly" or "Said Tom" on your cards anymore, the three said, demandingly- The trio—Paul Pease, Bill McDonough and John Larrecq— have marketed three books dealing with "Tom Swifties" under the business name of Macventures Inc. Then they glimpsed the "Tom Swiftly" greeting cards on the Two Bus Lines In State Want Fare Increase SPRINGFIELD (UPD — The Illinois Commerce Commission says it will hold hearings on applications by two bus lines in the state which want to increase their fares. Seeking the increases are Bloomington - Normal City lines, Inc.-, and Danville City Lines, Inc. The ICC suspended proposals for the fare increases and set Sept. 19 for the Bloomington - Normal hearing and Sept. 18 for the Danville company. Both lines had sought to increase their adult fares from 20 to 25 cents, along with other changes for children and multiple ride tokens. Car Hit by 2 Trains: Cause Of 2 Deaths MONMOUTH—A coroner's jury ruled Wednesday evening that Al vin M. Wall and Cleon Knoedler met death as a result of the car in which they were riding bein_ struck by two Santa Fe trains at 11:65 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 31. The medical report stated Wall' death resulted from mutilation and occurred instantly. Knoedler also died instantly as a result of brain damage from a sku fracture. John Holliday, Warren County coroner, presided over the inquest held in the Holliday & Hoover Memorial Chapel. Earl Magoon of Ft. Madison, Iowa, engineer of the westbound freight, was the first to testify. Magoon related he was traveling at 65 miles per hour when he approached the crossing. His first sight of the automobile came as it skidded into the crossing and struck the left front of his engine. Radio Warning Given Timothy J. Healey of Chicago engineer of the eastbound Super Chief, reported that he was trav eling at 85 miles per hour when he received a radio message from the westbound freight that some thing was on the crossing. He estimated his speed at 75 miles an hour when he struck the body of Wall and the automobile. Healey stated he did not see the car at the time of impact because of blowing sand released from the freight engine in its emergency stop. He too applied the emergency brakes and halted his train about three quarters of a mile past the crossing. Robert Stevens, deputy sheriff, reported receiving a radio message from Sheriff Roy Hartley at 11:10 and arrived at the scene at 11:22. He reported finding the body of Knoedler lying between the tracks 33 paces west of the crossing. Stevens, in his invest! gation of the license, found the car belonged to Donald Bothwell, 1792 Bateman St., Galesburg. It was a matter of about four hours before positive identification of the victims was made. Holliday concluded with his testimony and gave the report of the examining doctor, as to cause of death, which was accepted by the jury. H. H. Walker's Will In Probate MONMOUTH — The will of Herbert H. Walker, who died July 29, at Monmouth, was admitted to probate in Warren County Court Wednesday. According to the petition he left personal property valued at $15, 000 and real estate of undetermined value, which was placed in trust at the Monmouth Trust & Savings Bank to be shared by three daughters and his grandchildren. Judge Scott I. Klukos appointed Mrs. Audrey Rose Sprout and Robert Shinn as co-executors. MONMOUTH MftltytttMi CftifMpettfMil Ml It. M It. »fc*M tw-mi tot if «#t FOR MISSED COPIES PHONE 734.4121 Before 6:30 Udall Africa-Bound WASHINGTON (UPD - Interior Secretary Stewart L. Udall, an avid outdoorsman, plans to conquer yet another mountain — this time one of the most famous in the world — during his two- week trip to East Africa. Udall, who left for Africa Wednesday, plans to spend three days, beginning Sept. 10, climbing 19,590-foot Mt. Kilimanjaro, whose snow-capped peak is the highest in Africa. Runaway Boy Located With Corny at Park MONMOUTH—Arthur E. Bhje- Iow, 16, of Marshfield, Wis., was picked up at 12:45 this morning as a runaway. According to Roy Hartley, Warren County sheriff, the young man was located traveling the Blue Grass Shows, currently showing at the Prime Beef Festival at Monmouth Park. Bigelow was later released to his brother, Robert Bigelow of Chicago. Alexis School Class Officers Are Elected ALEXIS — Alexis High School class officers were elected this week. They are: Seniors—President, Daryl Dahl; vice president, Myron Simpson; secretary, Deloris Reem; treasurer, Karen Olson, and Student Council representatives, Bill Ramsey and Dixie Loveridge. Juniors — President, Marilyn Carlson; vice president, Randy Kehr; secretary, Judy Agan; treasurer, Carolyn Martin, student council, Dave Hart and Mary Ann McKelvie. Sophomore — President, Dennis Agan; vice president, Rodney Brake; student council, Marsha Harrison; treasurer, Stephen Dowdall; student council, Rodney Brake and Connie Mott. Freshmen — President, Daryl Shike; vice president, Mary Carlson; secretary, Pat Custer; treasurer, Dave Allgeyer; student council, Rodney Kehr and Pat Custer. Friday freshmen sophomore cheerleaders will be elected and freshmen stunt day will be held. MONMOUTH HOSPITAL Born Wednesday — Boys to Mr. and Mrs. William Sullivan, Oquawka; Mr. and Mrs. Clemens Waterman, Stronghurst; Mr. and Mrs. Terry Walters, Monmouth. Admitted Wednesday — Mrs. Charlie Kriegbaum, Monmouth. Dismissed Wednesday — Mrs. Psyrtle Stauffer, Kirkwood; Mrs. Truman Bell, Alexis; Mrs. Noel Grabowski and baby; Mrs. James Simonson, Little York; Mrs. Carmen Davis, Monmouth. Chicago Police Told to Watch 142 Hoodlums CHICAGO (UPI)-A "confidential" list of 142 hoodlums was distributed to all Chicago policemen Wednesday. The list, which included Anthony Accardo, Paul Ricca, Sam De Stefano, Joseph Divarco, and Marshall Caifano, was also given to the press. Sam (Mooney) Giancana, who is being watched by Federal Bureau of Investigation agents, was not mentioned. Policemen who spot any of the individuals from their cars were told to inform the police intelligence division "by the most expeditious means." Grid and Race Dates Set for Scot Teams MONMOUTH — Schedules for varsity football and cross-country have been released by Robert Woll, athletic director at Monmouth College as follows: Football — Sept. 21, Cornell at Monmouth; Sept. 28, Ripon at Ripon, Wis.; Oct. 5, Grinnell at Grinnell, Iowa; Oct. 12, Beloit at Monmouth (Homecoming); Oct. 19, Knox at Monmouth; Oct. 26, Lawrence at Appleton, Wis.; Nov. 2, Coe at Monmouth (Parents Day), and Nov. 9, Carleton at Northfield, Minn. Cross-country — Sept. 17, Knox at Galesburg; Sept. 21, Cornell at Monmouth; Sept. 28, Ripon at Ripon, Wis.; Oct. 12, Beloit at Monmouth; Oct. 16, St. Ambrose and Augustana at Rock Island; Oct. 19, Knox at Monmouth; Oct. 26, Lawrence at Appleton, Wis.; Nov. 2, Coe at Monmouth; Nov. 9, Midwest Conference Meet at Chicago. Coach Joe Pelisek will again employ a winged-T offense and a "wide tackle" 6-3-2 defense. Last season Monmouth tied for seventh in the 10-team conference with a record of two wins and six losses. Victories were over Beloit and Knox. Candidates for the team are: Gerald Allison, junior, Stronghurst; Richard Asoian, sophomore, Andover, Mass.; Daniel Biannucci, sophomore, B e r w y n; Kenneth Bielawa, sophomore, Cicero; Wayne Crum, junior, Rushville; Dennis Deegan, sophomore, Lyons and Jack Garrett, senior, Peoria. Delmar Gillespie, sophomore, St. Paul, Minn.; Frank Hopkins, sophomore, Libertyville; Lawrence Keener, senior, Kirkwood; Bryan Medford, sophomore, Homewood; Wayne Michalsk, sophomore, Chicago; James Mock, junior, Geneseo and Earl assch, sophomore, East Moline. James Pilarski, sophomore, Kewanee; Otto Stephani, junior, Villa Park; John Stergulz, sophomore, Princeton; Robert Stiles, junior, Waterloo; Ralph Summerhill, sophomore, Park Ridge; William Taylor, sophomore, Aurora; Russell Triner, sophomore, Berwyn; Robert Tucker, junior, Lake Bluff; Harold Wertich, sophomore, St. Louis, Mo.; Richard Whiteman, senior, Monmouth and David Yez, senior, Millers Falls, Mass. Reporting late will be Arthur Buckley, junior from Libertyville and Clark Tracy, a sophomore from East Moline. Eleven lettermen will be returning and they are Allison, Crum, Garrett, Keener, Mock, Stephani, Stiles, Tucker, Whiteman, Yez and Buckley. Drivers Arrested MONMOUTH - Philip R. Poorman, 16, of 1039 E. Detroit Ave., was arrested at 7:05 Wednesday night for speeding and will have a hearing in police court later today. David E. Dowland, 26, of Sterling was ticketed at 12:30 this morning for driving without a driver's license. He is scheduled for a hearing in police court Sept. 19, Citizens Group to Campaign for Roseville School Project ROSEVILLE — A joint meeting of the Citizen's Committee and the Board of Education was held Tuesday evening at Roseville High School. Architect Benjamin A. Horn reviewed, for the gathering, facts concerning the proposed new high school building and facts concerning adding to the present building. Comparison of these facts showed it to be less costly to build a new high school than to add to the old building. Howard Voss Jr., a financial consultant from Kenilworth, attended the meeting and explained the financing of such a proposal in relation to the assessed valuation. All members of the Board of Education were present, also all but two of the Citizens Committee. The Citizens Committee is made up of four or more representatives from the five townships in the area and eight or Preston Satterfield, also tapped ang Province bordering the Soviet j .market and filed suit, while a 1 more representatives from the on the sealed windows but the office workers inside only waved back. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! l.'nion, the Soutii China Morning Post reported today. The British-owned, English-language paper quoted a refugee from lied China. court wag observed: j Village of Roseville. "Two copywrongs do not make; Mrs. Frances Icenogle was Roseville ANN LARSON Phone 426-2671 a copyright." READ THE CLASSIFIBDSl elected chairman of the Citizens' Committee and Mrs. Maxine Felt, vice chairman. This group will meet again in two weeks at the High School, on Sept. 17, at 8 p.m., when further questions regarding the proposed new high school will be considered. Star to Dine, Elect Prior to the stated meeting of the Roseville Chapter of Order of Eastern Star the Past Officers Club will have a potluck supper to begin promptly at 6:30 p.m, on Thursday, Sept. 12, at the Masonic (lining hail. There will be an election of officers and other business. Auction Is Saturday The plans are being completed this week for the fourth annual Roseville Methodist Church auction, scheduled to be held in E1--I dridge Memorial Park on Saturday, Sept. 7. Morton Pratt of Roseville will serve as auctioneer. Tools, machinery and miscellaneous items will be in the park area; all other booths will be arranged in the shelter house. Wayne Murphy, superintendent of the grounds, and Rev. R. G. Marks, pastor of the church, have announced that any item is acceptable. Items are also being accepted for sale on consignment. Mrs. Howard Manuel, president of the Wesleyan Service Guild, asks that all rummage items be taken to the church basement on Friday so that Guild members might have the opportunity to sort and mark items on Friday evening. All church organizations are cooperating in making this annual event a success. Rachel and Esther Circles are responsible for the refreshment stand, where lunch will be served at noon. Other organizations cooperating include Ruth Circle, bakery goods; Rebecca and Naomi Circles, country store; Wesleyan Service Guild, rummage; Junior MYF, candy; Wayne Murphy and committee, hardware items. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer McCoy, their son, Herbert McCoy and daughters, Doris, Delores and Ellen, of Roseville, attended the McCoy family reunion Sept. 1 in a school just east of Altona. A dinner was served at noon with approximately 150 in attendance. Officers elected for the next year's reunion were Juanita Bylen, president; Robert Bylen, vice president; Linda Swartskots, secretary. Named on committees were Gus Swartzkots, Morris Blackledg, John Bylen and Betty Swartskots. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gray of Lebanon, III., and son, Merrill Gray and family, were guests of the L- R. Schmidts over the Labor Day weekend. Mr. and Mrs. L. R Schmidt and daughters and their guests attended the late breakfast on Sunday at Lake Warren. Marsha and Donna Schmidt returned to Lebanon with the relatives to spend this week visiting there. Triplett-Menely Wedding vows were exchanged by Miss Linda Kay Menely, (Continued on page 11)

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