Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 9, 1963 · Page 8
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 8

Publication:
Location:
Galesburg, Illinois
Issue Date:
Monday, September 9, 1963
Page:
Page 8
Start Free Trial
Cancel

Scientists Consider Plans After Successfill Moon Trip By HOWARD BENEDICT CAPE CANAVERAL, Pla. (AP) The United States has set a goal of landing astronauts on the moon before 1970. After this momentous achievement, what will be the course of the nation's manned space program? National Aeronautics and Space Administration planners are studying the engineering, funding and other aspects of possible programs to follow the Apollo lunar landing project. Their main interests arc in multiman space stations orbiting the earth, manned flights to Mars and a permanent moon exploration base. Eventually, all three programs may be attempted. But the costs are high and the space agency must decide which deserves priority. Because of the years required between the drawing board and the launching pad, decisions are expected within a few months. Most officials believe the space Relatives Trujillo's Hold Reunion ^ Rulcg At Oneida . His Country By ROBERT BERRELLEZ ... Oneida ' *ons Club shelter Sunday. SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican ment can operate in space weightlessness. "The main purpose of a space station/' Yarymovych said, "would be biomedical research. ONEIDA The 14th annual reunion of the relatives of the late Susan P. Miller and William Vance McKie was held at the time flying to the planets or establishing moon colonies, we must learn man's capabilities of performing useful missions in space over extended periods/' A physician, Yarymovych said, should be a member of every space station crew to monitor the health and psychological well-being of the astronauts. From their sky-h i gh rosea rch laboratory, the station team could conduct experiments in astronomy, biology, communications, weather, physics, chemistry and radiation. The men coald practice spacecraft maintenance, determine the best environmental control systems, study the reaction of possible exotic rocket fuels in space and even launch their own research satellites. Astronauts picked for planetary flights could train aboard the station. was reported that there was one death, J. Dean Bacon March 9 of this year at his home in Pasadena, Calif. Those present were Rev. and Mrs. Eldon McKie and family, Kirkwood, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Gale Johnson and family, Wheaton; Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Roberts eralissimo Rafael Leonidas Trujillo still rules the Dominican Republic. The memory of the dictator, dead two years, was a major factor in the 1962 presidential election. His shadow today threatens and Donna, Peoria; Mr. and Mrs. the stability of this infant democ- Rolland McKie and family, Rock Island; Mr. and Mrs. Hiram King and Ted, Knoxville; Mr. and Mrs. Charles McKie and Roselyn, Mrs. R, Winn Miller, Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Swanson and Bosch, a while-thatched racy. Juan author-professor was swept into office only eight months ago by a crushing national vote of approval. Now his growing unpopu- family, Rio; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn larity is one of many disturbing Clifford, Miss Joanne Clifford and Earl Sandry, Altona. Also present from Oneida were D. E. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Johnson and Kathy, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. McKie, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde McKie, Mr. and Mrs. Sam McKie signs here. "The trouble here/' says a foreign businessman, "is that everyone wants to govern, but after 31 years of tyranny nobody really knows how." A lack of distinguishable national and international policies station is the most logical next The De f ense Department is in- and family, J. Leslie McKie, Gene _ step because it would contribute terested in manned space stations McKie, Miss Ruth McKie, Mr. and springs from widespread admin greatly to Mars and lunar base am j to avoid duplication, both mil- Mrs. Glenn Reynolds, and Mr. and istrative incompetence. This has missions. Michael Yarymovych director of NASA's manned space itary and civilian needs probably will be considered when the project is firm. Reconnaissance would Mrs. Ross Reynolds. 1 V ^Vt IO kit lilt IWWIMIVUHOUIIVU Y » vuiw m m --^ station office, reported stations be a major military goal. t OmiCr LOUVlc orbiting the earth for periods up — — I to five years would help deter- Qreetlblisll Clllb Of Dahillda mine WANT ADS are WORTH GOOD LOOK! You will find hundreds of special big bargains in our classified pages that will make your bifocals blurge with the buying urge. Watch the Register-Mail Want Ads EVERYDAY for the best buys! List your "don't needs" for sale where you find a ready market. Dial 342-5161 Elects Officers GREENBUSH - At the first meeting for the coming 4-II year, the Greenbush Baste and Taste 4-H Club elected its 1963-64 officers. The 20 members present elected: President, Eileen Flanagan; vice president, Chrissie Haar; secretary, Susan Schmalshof; treasurer, Becky Kepple; reporter, Karen Lincoln; music leader, £ar- ah Jane Lincoln, and recreation chairman, Debbie Kepple. WANT ADS OPEN 7:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Monday through Friday 7:30 A.M. to 3 P.M. Saturday Personal Problems? Let Penny Help. it Write to "Penny" Care of Register-Mail Penny" Appears Every Tuesday and Friday Host Reunion DAHINDA — A family reunion' was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Bennett of Arbela, Mo. The Bennetts formerly resided in Dahinda. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. John Seiboldt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bennett and family, Debbie Bainbridge, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bennett and family, Victoria; Mr. and Mrs. Willard Hodges and family, Dahinda; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ewing and Carla Marie, Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs, Charles Thompson and Peggy Jo, Barstow, and Mr. and Mrs. Wally Bennett and family, Warsaw. Others t present were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Thompson and family, Silvis; Ruth Stillwell, Gallatin, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Harris and family, Liberty, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Everette Watson and family, and Clara Howland, ChiUicothe, Mo. READ THE WANT ADS! What happens if you don't cash in your Savings Bonds when they come due? You pay $87,60 for a Series E Savings Bond and in 7 years and 9 months it grows to $50. But what if you don't cash it in? Fact is it keeps right on growing*. At the current interest rate, when it's 10 years old it will be worth $53.66; At 15 years its value will be $64,52. And at 17 years and 9 months, ?72.50, There's no trick at all to letting your E Bonds work overtime for you this way. You don't even have to remember to renew them. The Treasury Department does it automatically. And while your growing Bonds are making you richer, they're helping keep America strong in a world where strength to stand up to the enemies of freedom is imperative. Buy Boniis where you work or bank and see if you don't feel pretty good about it. Important facts about U. $, Savings Bonds You get $4 for every maturity You can get your money anytime Your Bonds are replaced free if lost, stolen or destroyed You can buy them where you work on the Payroll Savings Plan Keep freedom In your future with U.S.SAVINGS BONDS 4B& Mraf The VJ5. Government doe* not pay for thU a&vertu&ty* The Treasury pcpartmmu kwki 2h4 Afocrtitiing Gowcti vx4 iUis *w*p*p*r jor tkwr patriotic wpporL aroused the business and professional classes and some segments of labor, and tended to alienate the Roman Catholic Church. As a result, a once-bright economic picture is dimming and the probabilities of violence are increasing. There is a growing feeling that President Bosch's government may not survive long. Prominent Dominicans regard the tenor and scope of the opposition as confirming a theory that Bosch didn't win the 1962 presidential elections, the National Civic Union lost them. This view holds that the once- powerful civic union lost out when it insisted on a pre-election policy of punishing all former collaborators and associates of Trujillo. It is said a great segment of the population—including the military establishment — felt itself threatened by such a policy and therefore came to regard Bosch as the lesser of two evils. The irony of the situation now is that Bosch, whose revolutionary party adopted a soft approach to the Trujillo issue, has asked for stiff confiscation measures against all who might have benefited—even indirectly—under the fallen tyrant. Announcement of a new confiscation law drove antigovernment feeling to its most dangerous peak. The uproar was but one of the many storms kicked up by the Bosch regime. By word and deed the president seems to have contributed to unrest that has driven investment capital away and frightened American companies whose holdings are valued at $100 million. There have been recent signs the president is softening his sometimes stubborn and arbitrary attitudes. But there are fears the situation cannot continue as it is without an explosion. Any move by Bosch to stem the tide and restore confidence in the business sector by easing up on 6ome of his reforms could be the signal for the Castroites and far left to make their move. Some 100,000 visitors usually browse at the annual Boardwalk Art Show at Virginia Beach, Va. Art from some 250 painters are displayed for six blocks against a background of sand and surf. READ THE WANT ADS! THE NEWCOMER CLUB meet at NORTHGATE LANES (Upper Room) THURSDAY at 8:00 P.M. Enjoy an evening Cards and Dancing. For further information call Hostess Mrs. Harold Canada 343-9850 Annual Feature Selling of The New Sportive Look! The New The i - F 4 w 4.4 4 # n 4 J ^ - 4 JO ' Look! 4 Bulky Look I * * * r M r ***** M.4 I v.» +1 w * r w • 1 a 4 i t * * ' * * . • * "*4 - *. J .' * * V # * « 4 F •K6 + * + + - b W t * + 1 x ri - F a # 4 f r a * + v/y- n i h • 4 * * + • * t h A, 1 4 * */ **F > * • + * H F # W - 4 * I V'Jf/t * * F>.i * v a w 4 "It -1 WW *T F 1 7+ t '•.•1 r _*_ mm § Mm - * « P m '•ox % -vs. 1 t -!: : x I F- • i + * r • ' 'H * + ' W z* * *_4 Si » T 4 Ml '.V -V-: 'it*' 5 : Si BP •J*P - | m * aw r • * * IF 5 * ¥ # # ^ J ._ • r 3 P- r B ». #n + # 4 F _".P * + >- : ^44 '•;x; _t_a F I p _ 4 4 Li p" 4 v _*_4 41_ v. 4 4 * • V. C*7H" <ix _4.4 T 4 * H *• '_p i_4 4 h - •yX 4 _i_4 *>7 4} t ft *_4 4 t: 4 * ¥_4_ * 4_ 4 41 4 4 4 P 4_*_ •M.Vi*- • "L b • ^ •,V .V' 4 F> 'I'll •i • 4* _ _*^4 ^ 4> 1 •>3 x>-xx%;w '> 4 p-V- . *_m_W •4 x-X-X' **** v.. _ #_ J *_4. • * .%Mi* <_4 :X. ; h 4_ .4 * IP P ix-: ,1 4 * t . - _ J 4 _P 4 a JO 4 4 > * * tF :XX- * ff4- -:-x P_* _*i4 _4 4 H A 4 1.4' W 1 r *'p" Cardigans :X-:- _4 ' ri V * 4> 4h 03 r *-p: .p.p 100%DuPont Orion acrylic panel quard. Blue/White and Grey/White. Sizes 34 to 40. Hand Knitted IMPORTED ITALIAN MOHAIR SWEATERS - 4 _m> 4 r F _ •i 4^ * * - - O fv-X- ; X' v :XS F:>Xv-XX;Mt v:;>x 4 4 Cardigans or V-Neck Pullovers Xvivx:^ 1 4 n 4 r - T 4 4 * 4 n "P 4 ::X':-: * 4 . »_ ¥ 4_4 4 ' * 4 •v.*; •1 4'* 4 n 4 4*1 h d 4 4! P * 4 n * 4* 4 1 . 1 F * 4 F" " ¥ 4 4 h _ 1 V h 4 fr. 4 * 4 + 4 • m 4 4.* * ' [X p * 4" Just CHARGE A luxurious blend of 60% Mohair, 35% Wool and 5% Nylon hand knitted in cable stitched pattern. Colors include white, pink, light blue, aqua and golden fizz. Sizes 36 to 42. F 4 F 4 _* 4 •VL' K_ 4- u^^AflAiAA^ek^ + • _+ - - * 1 * h * t h - 4*- *M- •V/.V-VPJ 4 • i i 4 4 + - • h • * 4 • i '1 :: : :vx. v:;::X;X^5->-: _4_h 4 4 h 4 - _4 -_• * L '4 a w • h F I • * 4-1-4 4 * h d J p 4 • 4 ri 4- * r - 4 ' 4 4 I h F 4 ¥ I H 4 4 # *_P * 4 P- + * * 1 1 • • 4 ' i H. H -P F T 4 4> F 4 P^*_' +_4 4 4 * t_# * i h ' *"4' 4 I 4 _4_* ,, i v.; a M * v a • J F r h ' 4_ _4_H • i 4 - 4 4 4 _ P _P * ' 4l _ 4 4 - 4 - 1 4 * • * P^ p- > :4 p * * - + * _ ' * 4 » i » + • i y-y *M*:>>- * 4 4 4 14 4 b 4 4 ^ + * * P ' h - 4 - 4 P 4 » - p _ • ' _*_4 4 P I- 4 h • n - - ri • r _ 4_( ' F- - h k a yy • • - * •• P r 4 4 *• .ill 4 4 " * P * ' 4 f 4 w * * • • * 4 i * # 4 4 4 i v 4 4 + m j h - r + F I r p 4 4 IOS -"p :o" _ h * "*X" F 4- 4 f •\ P 4.4* 4 4 4 - - r_ _4 - 4 - P • > • F ^ ' p-: 4 % fcP » _ * 4 4 :X'.v; * * P _P_*^* _4 * " ¥ F - '•*4 i p - i -_4 _• 4 T p 4_ F 4 m _4 T 4 : x .xX *_4 ^X'>:^ [1 4r *»1 4 4*4 F F * h 1 4 • 4 n H r 1 J i ' • F M r M I 1 x-: : : : : : : ; :s:- ** pi 4 * - - * J *_ 4 - - > P" i ' 4 _4_' 4 Fx V, 4 k P" 4'- ^ *_I_P p _4 4 •x-: m 4 4 J 4 • p] 4 T h P. T n T 4 * 4 .*_4 4_4- 4 i C ri , 4 ' 4 ^ • F" X:X:>x-. X^ 4 i Vi p-1 _+ 4 4 m v • * 1 - 4 f - ifc - L P" " 4 4i j *> h - 4 »3 * +7 'V-' + _* 4 w 4" P *> .4 + .4 -: "4 F p_ i> h 4 • - _4I • » 4 4 ;-^x>--- n a a . F ^ r" 4 f 4 # r r . •V-' - 4 4 4 , _ 'h 4 PI** 1 X . . H .P_ * 4 H r k 4 H * • -:4 t • p'* +_ 4 •>y- 'Xv I J r 4 41 4jr.fl- .P- m 4 4 *4^' _ H F •J 4 • 4 '44-' <x y> 4 4- .• ' • ¥ * ft ******* 1_ i * • * * 4* t-x * 4 r • _*_4 r n a 4_' 4 J_ % 4- 41 b ^ r 4 i F k 4j P - 4 * _ F ' P _4 ' "*4 k k.* - _4' W HP I 4- 4 * - r l> H - •J ^ > ^ P • n k 4 > x" X', s- 4 4- + • T 4 m * *.i - - >x 4 4 _P * * _ 4 4- + I 4 • h • F • • V * ^ * 4 h B " 4T P 4 ' P_4 4 i> '•444 -*4Vw* -VX-> ' 4 - f _+ 4 I v-v. * 4' _*_4 :X-X'X *Xi" 4k • ^ 4 L 4 x"ri> 4 * *V •" " 4 4 - 4 x P.* • •J ri • & 4 i. • V.' - ri I L H 4_ 4 % 4 4 P *. * _4 4 _^_p_ * i> 4 * 4 •• 4 ::XS;:^: &x H_4_ _h 1 4 F 4 4 p h * - " '*< - 4 •:X; •_"F •'_ P 4>_+ 4 • 4 i 4 . d -p _4 4 ft 4 \- P N 4 b Brushed Look Ombre Striped Cardigans ;x-x.s-. • 4 + 4-4 . 4 I - . * V •**w>x p -y* '_4 F * ^4 _4_4 4 > + • 4 4 L ' -4T 4-V4iL4 Jr - ^ * * + 4 - * *| , 4 F ' 4 _\p •>xv:v - 4 r / 4 ' • f n 4 • • - * ¥ 4- * ' 4 1 ' vV^P*. :XSx p * ' • - - 4 4- ' P * p 4_* 4 ¥ _4 •> # *"4 F Barringer 100% Shetland Wool Cardigans 50% Mohair and 50%WoolV.Necki' Slipovers 100% virgin Orion aery, lie in Ombre striped combinations of Grey/White or Gold/White. Sizes 34 to 40. As pictured in white, black, medium grey heather, red, brown, loden green, navy stone tweed, 34 to 40. Bulky knit sportive slipovers in pink, blue, white. and to 40. MOST OF OUR SWEATERS ARE DYED TO MATCH SKIRTS 4V SLACKS 1

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free