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Red Cross Anniversary Is National, Local Occasion Knox County Chapter of the American Red Cross this week joins some 90 other national societies in marking the international group' 100th anniversary. Focal point of the centenary observance will be Geneva, Switzerland, where the Red Cross Proj. movement began in 1863. But, like the Red Cross, the ceremonies will be world-wide. Plan Tree-Planting In Galesburg the event will be marked by the planting of an an niversary tree by the local Woman's Relief Corps and collection of fruit juice cans for the blood center. The Galesburg American Legion post has already donated 100 cans of juice and other organizations have indicated they would do so too. according to Mrs. Riv ers Sullivan, volunteer adminis trator. Tours of the local chapter and the blood center will be conducted every day of the week except Saturday. Leaders of nearby Red Cross chapters will be invited to the tree planting ceremony which will honor the first president and founder of the American National Red Cross. The event is slated for Sunday at 2 p.m. in front of the local chapter's headquarters, 1640 N. Henderson St. On TV Sunday Afternoon The Knox County chapter also will participate in a TV show on channel 8, Sunday at 1:30 p.m. The Knox County Chapter was chartered in February, 1917, at the request of five registered nurses. It has subsequently grown into an effective organization with headquarters in a modern building on North Henderson Street constructed early this year. The Knox County chapter has already joined with the Henderson County chapter in bloodmobile operations and plans are being formulated for at least two other counties to join, Mrs. Sullivan, who spearheaded the move, has said. In the year the world-wide Red Cross marks its 100th anniversary the American Red Cross enters its 82nd year. Throughout the world, Mrs. Sullivan stated, citizens and governments of 90 nations acknowledge the validity of two ideals basic to the Red Cross movement preservation of human dignity and prevention of suffering. Founded By Swiss These ideals, she pointed out, were first expressed by Henri Du- nant, a young Swiss businessman Shocked by the sight of thousands of wounded he found unattended at the battle of Salferino hi 1859, Dunant described his experiences in a book published three years later. His book called for the forma tion of volunteer relief societies backed by "some internationa principle." Other Swiss citizens joined Dunant in his appeal to the conscience of the world and in February 1963 five men formed what is now known as the Inter national Committee of Red Cross Eighteen years later, Clara Bar ton, a woman who had gained fame for her work among the wounded during the Crvil War, successfully climaxed her cam paign for the formation of an American Red Cross Society. To day, the Red Cross, through its nearly 3,600 chapters and two million volunteers touches the lives of more Americans than does any non-governmental agen cy, according to Mrs. Sullivan. Temple Sholom Elects Officers New Temple Sholom officers and directors were elected for the coming year during a congre gational meeting held Sunday night at the temple. In the election of officers, Mitchell Rudman was named president; Joseph West, vice pros ident; Mrs. Mark Lawrence, sec retary, and Abe Leibovitz, treasurer. Those named to the board of directors were Max Albert, Burrel Barash, Mrs. David Gross man, Al Halpern, Dr. A. Koratsky, Mrs. Werner Michelson and Mrs. Joseph West. Other officers include Harvey Wodis, immediate past president; Fred Schubach, superintendent of the Sunday school; Dr. Lester Ernstein, president of the B'nai B'rith, and Mrs. Al Koratsky president of the Council of Jew ish Women. All officers are also members of the board. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! 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Main Street 343-5019 Oncidans Plan ject for New Doctor ONEIDA — The Oneida community has been engaged for the past year in efforts to obtain the services of a physician. A i- member group, known as the Oneida Community Development Committee, was sponsored by the Lions Club to carry out the program. This committee has been successful in contacting a young doctor who has expressed a desire to locate in a rural area. His wife also is a general practitioner. Plans are under way to raise money for an office building and the community was urged to return the questionnaire that was recently mailed, giving suggest tions and comments. A public meeting is being planned for I he near future at which time views can be aired and questions answered. Members of the committee arc Irving Shaw, chairman; Carl Seiler, Maynard Adams, Gene McKie, Mrs. Cornelia Johnson and Mrs. David McMasler. They will answer any questions t h c community might have concerning this project. Announces For Attorney General Race William D. Stichl of Belleville announced Sunday night he would seek the Republican nomination for attorney general in next April's primary election. Stiehl, who is St. Clair County GOP chairman, made the an nouneement at Grand Marais State Park. The 24th Illinois Con gressional District precinct com mitteemen sponsored a testimonial reception in his honor that coincided with the announcement The candidate said. "I think it is time that the people of Illinois once again have a full-time attorney general. I think it is time that we give full-time service and full value to our taxpayers for each dollar spent in this office." Stiehl is a graduate of the University of North Carolina and St. Louis University's school of law. Since 1950 he has practiced law in Belleville, and is a member of the St. Clair County, Illinois State and American Bar Associations. He has served as president of the St. Clair County Young Republican Club and was vice president of the state Young Republican organization. He was elected chairman of his county's GOP central committee in 1960 and was re-elected in 1962. A GOP opponent for the attorney general's nomination. Sen. Robert Canfield (R-Rockford) plans four stops this week on the campaign trail. Tuesday he plans to attend the Evanston Regular Republican Organization Golf Day at the St. Andrews Country Club, Wednesday he will attend the Illinois Federation of Republican Women's dinner in Chicago with Sen. Barry Goldwater (R-Arizona) the main speaker. He will appear at the second day of the latter event Thursday when Sen. Everett M. Dirksen (R-Illinois) will speak. Saturday Canfield will attend the Grundy County Republican Organization Rally in Morris. List 30 State Troopers in Pavof f Ring CHICAGO (AP)-A state official says 30 state troopers accused of receiving payoffs for steering business to specific tow truck operators have been identified. The identifications came Sunday after state investigators questioned five tow truck operators, said Joseph E. Ragcn, state director of public safely. So far, the invcsligation has centered around District 4 located in the southern Chicago suburb of Crestwood and loll road District 15. But Ragcn said it will be expanded to include District 2 in Elgin and District 3 at Irving Park Road and Harlem Ave. Ragcn said one tow service operator confessed he had been making payments for lfi years. Others told state authorities they had been making contributions for more than 10 years. In the pursuit of the tow service inquiry, investigators found another area—credit card swindles. State police carrying vouchers for payment would frequent certain garages and service stations. The vouchers were drawn up for payment of services never actually performed and parts, lubrication, gas and oil never acquired. The amounts would cither be returned to the troopers or split with the various garages or service station operators, investigators said. Psychiatric Aide Training Class Forming The third training class for Psychiatric Aide under the Manpower Development and Training Act will start Oct. 7 at the Galesburg State Research Hospital. For those who successfully complete the training course, employment will be available at the Galesburg Research Hospital as psychiatric aides. Requirements are: Minimum age 18, eighth grade education and pass physical examination. The course will be for 14 weeks Monday through Friday. Interested persons may apply at the Illinois State Employment Service, 272 E, Simmons St. Galesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, Monday, Sept. 9, 1963 3 CORRECTION Mrs. John Griffith is n new teacher at Sunnyside School. Her name was given erroneously as Griffin in a news rtem released for publication last week, reporting starting of the new term of school. New District205 Teachers 3 MRS. JAMES BON1FIELD is a first grade Instructor nt Mary Allen West School. A graduate of Southern Illinois University at Cnrbnndnlc with n B. S. degree, she resides at 440 S. West St. MARVIN COCHRAN Is n new science teacher in the high school. He Is from Macomb and holds nn M. S. degree from Western Illinois University nt Macomb. MRS. MARION CHID ESTER Is learning English at the high srhonl. She resides at 923 N. Academy St. and holds a B. A. degree from University of Manitoba, Manitoba, Canada. Rocky Pans Kennedy in State Picnic Speech OREGON, 111. (UPD-New York Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller capped a weekend visit to what is regarded as "Goldwater country" with a call for Republicans to sweep President Kennedy from office in 1964. Rockefeller, who made a special trip here with his wife Saturday for a GOP picnic speech, sharply criticized the Kennedy administration and said he was confident that whomever is nominated by the Republicans "will be elected" president. He said Republicans would "re- I concile our differences" by the start of the presidential campaign. Asked by a reporter if he would support Sen. Barry Goldwater, R- Ariz., should he be nominated, Rockefeller said "I think I've already answered that." The New York governor said Republicans would pick up votes in the South because "the Democratic party is to blame for civil rights problems." Rockefeller also said the Kennedy administration was responsible for "the high unemployment rate, failure to resolve farm problems, a deteriorating climate for independent businessmen and a fi- Attends Meeting Miss Florence O. Johnson, assistant superintendent of Galesburg State Research Hospital, is attending the annual meeting of hospital business administrators and business managers at Illinois Beach State Park today. PORK CHOP REVUE principals at Bushnell Saturday entertained festival patrons. Talented porkers could sing, shoot the chutes, sing and play "music," push baby carriages, and other unexpected tricks. Dallas City Posts Bloodmobile DALLAS CITY — The Red Cross bloodmobile will be in Dallas City Tuesday under the direction of Mrs. Nathan Hendricks of Dallas City and Mrs. Leslie Smith of Colusa. Blood donations will be received at the American Legion Hall, where the unit will operate from 12 noon until 6 p.m. A quota of 100 potential donors has been established for this visit. READ THE WANT ADS! R :i H \i k " H A ': TO KEEP YOUNG STAY HEALTHY Anyone who lived to be fifty about a hundred years ago was considered very fortunate. Few were actively healthy at forty. Now, average life expectancy is in the seventies. You are young as long as you have good health. New medical techniques assure more accurate diagnosis. New drugs, hormones and vitamins are positive acting. Go to your physician quickly when sick. He can help you to stay healthy and young. YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US when you need a medicine. Pick up your prescription if shopping nearby, or we will deliver promptly without extra charge. A great many people entrust us with their prescriptions. May we compound yours? HAWTHORNE DRUG CO. 15 E. MAIN ST. if your Doctor Prescribes It — Hawthorne Has It Copyright 1961 LEONARD and DONALD ANDERSON FLORIST — 2 Locations — 128 N. Broad St. 312 E. Main St. Announces the New Floral Credit Plan EASY - CONVENIENT - 30 DAY OPEN CREDIT ft Place your flower order at either Anderson Florist location , . . BROAD STREET FLORIST — 128 N. Broad St. or MAIN STREET FLORIST — 312 E. Main St. | Whether by phone or in person . . . your purchase may be charged to ONE FLORAL CREDIT ACCOUNT. | Purchase from either or both shops during month- receive ONE floral statement. | Payment conveniently remitted with our self- addressed return envelope, paying both accounts together. | Cash payments made at either shop regardless of which store the order made. We Welcome YOUR Floral Account ^Anderson BROAD STREET florists I2S N. Broad 343-2103 ['Anderson MAIN STREET florists 313 E. Mala 342-61S9 nancial crisis in the transportation industry." lie said U.S. world leadership is "bogged down" and criticized the administration for events in Laos, South Viet Nam. Pakistan, Europe the Atlantic community, Berlin, and Cuba. Many of Illinois' top elected officials were not present but Rockefeller said he was not offended. "There arc some important Republican events going on in my state," he said, "and I'm not there." State Sen. Robert Canfield, R- Rockford, said Rockefeller's appearance in northern Illinois was "a bold venture, coming into "Goldwater country." Fined at Alpha ALPHA — James N. Lovcridgc, 20, of Little York, was brought into police magistrate court of George W. Kelly, Alpha Friday on a charge of driving too fast for conditions. He was fined $10 and costs. Arrest was made by state troopers. Wasp Stings Fish LOUTH, England <UPI) — A wasp found its way into a goldfish bowl here Sunday and stung one of five fish to death, the Daily Express reported. School Roll Is Down in Stark County TOULON - Enrollment in the Stark County schools is down 18 pupils for the 1063-64 year. Enrollment for 1002-63 was 2.1.41 for both grade and high schools, and for 63-64 year is 2,125. The It grade schools have a total of 1,405 as against 1,443 last year or a loss of 38. The four high schools have a gain of 22 with this year's enrollment, 720, and last year's figure was 608. 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