Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 12, 1963 · Page 13
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Birthdays Are Observed At Shanghai SHfAMGlflAI - MFss Sharon Gilmore entertained a number 6f her friends at a party given by her sister Dianne in their home SIIOUTZ HOUSE PAINT SALE Ovsr 200 Colon to choon froms AcrlSailn Latex HOUSE PAINT $6.49 gal. HOUSE PAINT $4.98 gal. Mftiftftry Paint, Plats, and Porch b Floor Enamel all reduced for thli tale. PEOPLE'S MATERIAL & SUPPLY CO. 434 C. Berrien St. 342-8151 Saturday, honoring her on her 16th birthday. DidHile, assisted by her mother, Mi's, Ralph Gilmdre, and brother Gary served refresh* ments. Sharon was remembered with a number of gifts and cards. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Chinery of New Sostfin and Mrs. Uulda Winget, house guest of Alexis, helped Floyd Saunders celebrate his birthday Sunday. A steak cookout was served by the group. Shanghai Briefs Mrs. Howard Jackson and son Hdwfird Jr. of Galesburg called at the Jdhn White home Saturday. Mrs. Robert Hunt was a patfent in Cottage Hospital sevefal days last week. Emery Bellinger is a patient there" fof observation and treatment. Mrs. G«6rg6 Spierei 4 is a patient at Molifle Public Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Swank and son Charles and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Setterdahl, of Gilson, attended thresherman day at Mount Pleasant, lewa, Sfcttirtlay, Gary Mobefg, who had ipent several weeks at home, returned to his school work at University of Illinois Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Pheiffer of Alexis entertained in their home Sunday with a potkick dinner and lunch in honor of Mrs. Pheiffer's mother, Mrs. Lawrence Peterson. Color slides of the Pheiffers'' Various trips this summer vere shown. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Peterson and Tommy, of Monmouth; Mrs. William Peterson of Woodhull, and Mr. and Mrs. James Melleny and Lawrence Peterson. Aberdeen, S.D., in the Class A Northern League has been a farm affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles and their predecessors, the St. Louis Browns, since 1946. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! FAMOUS IfflESSON BEXEL VITAMINS OUK BOAJRDINC5 HOUSE- With MV Hoop*' fcnewea TOM MAS A N& W see TAWIN© A SUfcNEy tt^i A FANCY NiEKSH &0&UOGt>! FOLKS -THER& HAVE? , 8\S BACKYAW3S, SO SbU SUOOLt) 8£ A8L& To UNLOAO TH^se LANNM CHAIRS VOO'RE- T£V(M<3 TO SfeLL..' RATHER HAVE VflU -STAV AND CUAU THe AttlC — BUT X OOttft WANT t<2> &T&AL SOiR 6*3 CHANC& PO« • Avjpp-^irrt-Ti/* MARTHA,HOW « COULD VOL) COM- 1 FLWiB MV IMPORT BUSINESS VllTH PeDDUINO"? VW. A t-***.Ef?,AH-**»* /I t)\V Y<9U SAV . CLEAN "THE ATtlC * fAP/ r SEPTEMBER ONLY AT CLARK DRUG 755 W. Main, Galesburg, III. STEER PHARMACY Elmwood # III. SMITH PHARMACY Macomb, III. THE DOCTOR SAYS Drug Addiction Problem Through Eyes of a Doctor By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Narcotics is a subject that concerns all of us because of its close relationship to juvenile delinquency. It is also a subject 'about which there is still a great deal of confusion and emotionally charged difference of opinion. Before there can be an act- diet there must he a susceptible person, availability of an addiction-producing drug, and an environment that favors addiction. Most of the "ddicts who make drug addictron the serious problem it is are young men between the ages of 16 and 30. The chief drug of addiction is heroin. Environmental factors include overcrowding in substandard dwellings in large cities, and gangs in which addiction is accepted as a way of life. Drug addiction is a truly deplorable illness. In a well-meaning attempt to protect the potential addrct the Harrison Narcotic Act was passed in 1914. This law has unfortunately had the opposite effect. By making it a criminal offense Park Drive Dairy . • Specializing in Bottled Daily in Galesburg ALL GRADE A MILK KNOX COUNTY FARMS Processed and Bottled Daily in Galesburg To Insure the Freshest Milk Possible to the Galesburg Area. HOME DELIVERY i3W 'I Ik: Also Serving Galesburg Area PARK DRIVE DAIRY STORE Broad and Fremont Sts. Complete Line of FRESH DAIRY PRODUCTS — ICE CREAM, CHEESES/ BAKERY PRODUCTS. OPEN 7 A,M. TO 10:00 P.M. DAILY INCLUDING SUNDAYS, Park Drive Dairy for physicians to treat addicts by giving them maintenance doses of drugs it had the effect of causing doctors to stop treating addicts. The average addict who can get his drugs regularly can manage to live a fairly normal life. Many persons in high places have maintained such an addiction without even their closest associates ever suspecting that they were taking drugs. When, however, we make it hard for the addict to get his daily supply, he will suffer the extreme tortures of withdrawal. To prevent this he will steal or even commit murder., Since the doctors can no longer treat his illness he is forced to turn to the underworld for treatment. Many addicts, in order to insure their own supply, become dope peddlers and induce other susceptible persons to become addicts. Thus a bad situation not only perpetuates itself but spreads. Since the number of victims of this vicious system cannot be known accurately, estimates 6f the number in the United States range from 60,000 to one million. The true figure is probably somewhere in between. A note of optimism has recently been sounded. Although most young men who are taken off drugs relapse quickly, there is growing evidence that when they reach the age of 30 to 35, many (not all), voluntarily break the habit. This fa believed to be a sign of their reaching a new level of maturity. This still does not solve the problem of the wasted years, the prevention of addiction in a new crop of youngsters, or the treatment of older persons who cannot break the habit. One of the first steps that must be taken is to amend the laws in such a way as to place treatment back in the hands of legitimate doctors. Californian Is Visitor At Kirk wood KIRKWOOD — Mr. and Mrs. Will Slagle of Biggsville and Mrs. Rose Stevens of El Cajon, Calif., spent Monday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Erik Nelson. Mrs. Stevens started home Tuesday after visiting several weeks with relatives in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith of Monmouth visited Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Swanson last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Killey and Mrs. Killey's father, Mr. McClintick of Monmouth, were Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Swanson. Mrs. Mildred Van Riper, Sunday, took her son Rodney to Eureka, where he is enrolled as a freshman at Eureka College. He will stay at the Wood while attending college. Mr. and Mrs. George Livingston of Roseville and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Livingston and David of Monmouth, Sunday, visited Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jones. The Kirkwood Brownie Scouts, their families and their leaders, Mrs. Sharon Scott and Mrs. Anna Ortery, held a picnic supper at Young's Lake Sunday. Corner Losey & Whitesboro 343*2149 for Home Delivery Galesburg, Illinois Maury Wills, the Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop, was born in the city of Washington but now makes his home in the state of Washington. Galesburg Rflfljstor'MojJ^.Golgsburg^lJi. Thursday, Sept ,12, 1963 13 New Windsor OES Chapter Greets Guests NEW WlNDSOfl - Mrs. MaM« Yerkey of New Windsor was guest of honor at the observance of friends night by New Windsor chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, Sept. 9. The.guest officers Included Lucile Tinker, New Boston, worthy matron: Robert Payton, New Windsor, worthy patron; Edith Johnson and Lyle Johnson, of Woodhull, associate matron and associate patron; Frances Hughes, Rio, secretary; Iva Kerns, Woodhull, treasurer; Gertrude Rich, New Windsor, conductress. Gertrude Warneck, New Bos- Ten National Leaguers have hit 300 or more homeruns during their baseball careers but only one of them, Mel Ott, is in the Hall of Fame. Five are still active. ton, associate conductress; C. W, Kronsted, Woodhull, chaplain; Nellie Bell, Sister Charity, marshal; Lolita Clark, Now Windsor, organist; Helen Wallin, Woodhull, Sharp Eye For Tackle MIAMI (AP) - Robert Mecks knows his fishing partner's tackle pretty well. In fact, he can spot it 10 yards away, and on a cloudy day. Meeks was fishing in the Everglades when he saw a brass handled fishing knife being used by another fisherman, on down the river. Meeks, sure it belonged to his friend, Carl Dennis, summoned a sheriff. Dennis got back his rods, spinners and tackle box, all stolen from his home. Adah; Marion Keek, New Wfftd* sor, Ruth; Ethel Benson, New Windsor, Esther; fidftfi Welch, Abingdon, Martha; (itut Brawn, Woodhull, Electa; Dale Welch, Abingdon, warder; Ward Afidef- son, New Windsor, sentinel; Clifford Slevena, Now Windsor, color- bearer. Beth Fell of Oneida and Alice Spencer of Violet Chapter were hostesses, Louise Lundstrom of Abingdon was In charge of the guest book. The local chapter has realized $30 from the bakcless hake mate, a recent project and has decided to sell Christmas greeting cards. PASSION PLAY September 29-30 TICKET INFORMATION Call or Writ* OALESfitmO REOISTEfl-MArL M0 S. PfalfU 342-Stll The Dyed to Match Look! Famous Algene PROPORTIONED FALL SKIRTS in Deering Miltiken's All Wool Flannel $ 5 98 SLIM SHEATH SKIRTS with slot front pocket, side zip and*, back kick pleat. Fully taffeta lined. Petite length in sizes 8 to 1 6 . •. Average length sizes 16 to 18 ... Tall length in sizes 12 to 20. HIP STITCH PLEAT style with side zip. Petite length in sizes 8 to 16 and Average length in sizes 10 to 18. COLORS Black—Grey— Persian Blue— Maderia Red— Vicuna— Famous Alba Classic CARDIGANS Full fashionedorlon acrylic long sleeve cardigans in persian blue, maderia red, vicuna, white, black and grey heather. Buttons to match. Sizes 34 to 40, Barringer Fur Blend SLIPONS •6" Fully fashioned! 70% Iambs wool, 20% angora and 10% nylon. Long sleeve style with crew neck. Colors include Persian blue, maderia red, vicuna, white, black and grey heather. Sizes 34 to 40,

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