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f I HAS TWO BLOOMS— For 30 years the night blooming ccreus pictured above has been in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Wayne Smith, 257 E. Water St., and for the first time it has two blooms. The plant started blooming about seven years ago, but with only one bloom. A wax white, centered with yellow, the Woom appears at the end of the leaf at dusk, fades and drops off by m. Wednesday. The morning It started blooming at 7:30 p. flower has a sweet, heady fragrance. Engineering Society Slate Meeting Central Illinois chapter of the Illuminating Engineering Society will hold the season's first meeting Sept. 19 at Hotel Pere Marquette in Peoria. Marvin Schylling of the Sylvania Electric Products Co., St. film on Louis, will present a "Selling And Updating of Lighting." The society was founded in 1905 and today has more than 10,000 members. The Central Illinois chapter was chartered in Peoria in 1952. ,. r... : .v.v. w .-.v.v.- v:*:*:-:*:.- iW?-:^:* w ^ • i •f 4 I! - * * * - + SHOE THE SHOE THAT UNDERSTANDS CHILDREN- :•:•:•> • < **» :•:-:•> » 1 . 4 »• I t i] • J + + R _ ^ P F ' P.P * * • * j AW' 1 *!***.**!-! GREEN I HTAMP8 8' 2 Childs' 9 Big Girls pf ush and playful nylon ".V? f W: 'ft? f 58s Colorful appliques to catch her young fancy. Careful support for her Gatesbur Relief Corps \jyf ew District 205 Teachers Schedules J Tree Planting Members of the Galesburg Oman 's Relief Corps will plant a tree on the lawn of the new Red Cross building Sunday to commemorate the group's 75th anniversary. Red Cross and corps officials will participate in the afternoon ceremony, which will include unveiling a plaque honoring Clara Barton, corps member and founder of the American Red Cross. The Knox County Red Cross Chapter is observing the 100th anniversary of the International Red Cross this week. Three Woman's Relief Corps members will officiate at the ceremony. Mrs. Thomas Sepich, president, will unveil the plaque, Mrs. Leo Hausman, will make the presentation, and Mrs, C. E. Miller, past state president, will give the dedication. Oldest of Type James Shields Woman's to the The Relief Corps, auxiliary Grand Army of the Republic, was organized in Galesburg 75 years ago. It is the oldest woman's patriotic organization in existence as a national group, according to Mrs. Sepich. "We are proud of those 75 years which have been spent in service to others/' she stated. Among the group's contributions in Galesburg have been a marble bench and a bronze tablet with Lincoln's Gettysburg address at Lincoln Park, and numerous flags. The corps assisted iti placing a statue of Mother Bickerdyke in Standish Park and has contributed to charity, Mrs. Sepich said. Legislators To Examine Birth Control SPRINGFIELD,"111. (AP) — Six Republican legislators have been appointed to a committee which will examine the legal and moral aspects of a state program of providing, birth control devices to women on relief rolls. The appointments, announced Wednesday, include: Sens. Donald D. Carpentier, East Moline; Harris W. Fawell, Napervilie, Gordon Kerr, Brookport; and Reps. Robert Austin, East Moline; Frank Marek, Cicero; and William Robinson, Chicago. Four Democratic legislators are yet to be named. In addition, Gov. Otto Keraer will appoint five public members. The: 15-member commission was created by the legislature this year during a battle over distribution of birth control devices to women on public aid rolls. IT ROCKS IT SWIVELS Durable nylon cover, walnut finished wood trim. Color*! Sheriff Sti For the third time in as many days, County prepared to take custody of Lawtetice Stickelli foffiier Galesburg imey, if he is released by federal authorities In Chicago. Sheriff Max E. Jones went to Chicago this morning to await MRS. NORMAN SCHUNEMAN is teaching sixth grade at Wa* taga. She holds a B.A. degree from Knox College and is a native of Biloxi, Miss. JAMES SWANSON is a new social studies instructor at Gales* MISS JUDITH HARLAN Is a social studies instructor at School. Swanson, Lombard Junior High School. A burg High who holds a master's degree in education from the University of Illinois, resides at 1156 Florence Ave. native of Hill Point, Wis., she developments in a hearing today at 2 p.m. before C. S. Bentley Pike, U. S. commissioner. Should Stickell be released following this hearing. Jones said he will return Stickell to Galesburg. Two sheriffs deputies drove to Chicago Tuesday after it was learned that Stickell could he rc-| leased to them if he posted the $10,000 bond set by Pike at a hearing Monday afternoon. The bond was ready, but Deputy Hugh Allison reported Stickell's attorney indicated his client would not be posted, it appeared the attorney did not want Stickell returned here. Jones went to Chicago Wednesday to be ready to pick up Stickell if his release on bond was effect- Veteran Marine Visits in City Gunnery Sgt. Arnold iifiel, noncommissioned officer in charge of the Marine Corps recruiting office at Tampa, Fla., is visiting hid parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo imel, 240 S. Henderson St. The senior Imel is a patient in St. Mary'* Hospital. Sgt. Imel, a veteran of mora than 18 years of service in the Marine ranks, is marking his first visit in Galesburg since 1961. He formerly was stationed at the Marine barracks at Annapolis, Md. He expects to return to Tampa next week. holds a B.S. degree from West- *d, but returned home last night Id water Urges Rep ublicanUn ity CHICAGO (UPI) Sen. Barry M. Goldwater, R.­ Ariz., urged fellow Republicans Wednesday night to direct their anger toward the New Frontier—"rather than chew on members of your own party/' Goldwater, speaking to a friendly audience that included Illinois' top Republicans, pleaded for unity against President Kennedy and what 'the senator called 11 a 'daddy knows best' attitude toward the American people." The speech, delivered before the National Federation of Republican Women, marked a key appearance by Goldwater during his current cross-country swing. own party, Goldwater, Gubernatorial can d i d a t e s Charles H. Percy, who was chairman of the 1960 Republican platform committee, and Hayes Robertson, Cook County GOP chairman, were in attendance. Another GOP gubernatorial candidate, Secretary of State Charles F. Carpentier, titular leader of II- Republicans, showed linois up later at a reception given by Republican women for Goldwater. Had Ignored Rockefeller They were not present last weekend when New York Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller and his wife, Happy, went to a fair at Oregon, 111. In his speech, Goldwater did not mention Rockefeller by name or refer explicitly to the Rockefeller attack recently on the "radical right* f of the Republican party. "I would remind you that there are many New Frontiersmen to direct your anger toward—rather than chewing on members of your Goldwater said, who along with Rockefeller is expected to be a top contender for the presidential nomination next year, refused to be labeled. "I am a Republican, pure and I hope not too simple," Goldwater said. "I accept that designation with pride and I.wear the mantle with honor. 'Confusion' in Washington "I do not accept any gradation with my Republican label. 1 am not a Fifth Amendment Republican, nor do I know any," he said. "And if you are a Republican, that is good enough for me." Goldwater said he could summarize the situation in Washington by saying that "all is confusion." "It may be there is a master design buried somewhere amidst the confusion that will emerge in time," he said, "When and if it does, it will be a plan conceived by the Kennedys, dedicated to the Kennedys and operated by and for the Kennedys." He said if the New Frontier has a purpose, "it is to expand the federal government to the point where it can regulate, not govern, the individual lives of all Americans." cm Illinois University at Ma* ' comb. Redevelopers Slate Parley Delegates from throughout the state are expected at a workshop Sept. 18-19 at Peoria, sponsored by the Illinois Association of Redevelopment Authorities. Conference Chairman W. Wilson WhiUicr, who is community relations supervisor at the Peoria Housing Authority, said representatives from housing authorities, urban renewal agencies, city officials and planners and redevelopers will be present. Speakers will include Gov. Kerner; Mrs, Marie McGuirc, Public Housing Administration commissioner from Washington, D. 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