Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 12, 1963 · Page 28
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 28

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, September 12, 1963
Page 28
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28 Galesbura Reaister Effects of Tax Cut Are Under Debate Galesbun talking By SAM DAWSON NEW YORK (AP )-Wm federal, jMUarv< tax cuts be too little am to do the job original!} for them—to get the sions for more than a year now. At Uie time of the spectacular stock market crash in May 1962 many feared a recession was be* ing foreshadowed. Tax cuts were talked up big as an antidote. Business didn't follow the stock market downward and the tax cut proposals were delayed until the start of the new Congress this Thursdo TIZZY this cuts eased. growing faster? economy ^ e congressional path is still , If , t . f „ L T . . a long one. The House must act wm they take effect only in on Itg committee . g rccom menda- pains of another ^ Then the genate ^ deHb- IWE „„ W . The nttdftHnti tinw isi whath. months, if you beheve the compil- -I. _ er it will act this year or next, and whether its timing will be off. For a tax cut to have any real ers of charts on the length of bsui ness cycles. Tax cute have taken another ^ t on consumer buying-be- step in their slow-motion march d the psycho i ogical one of • administration idea toward great exp€C tations^e actual cut in the amount withheld from pay Whatever their final effect, checks for federaI texes must each step fonvard-hke their ap- ^ lace ^ checks must ac _ proval Tuesday by the House tuaU ^ k For business enactment Committee business ans _ . „ , ... cut in corporate income tax rates This usually shows up firs* *~ 1 that most mercurial spot, stock market. On schedule, committee's action with its p ise of lower tax rates in th ture for corporation earnings stock prices up Tuesday. The tax cut proposal has the the action. Hal Newhouser, the old Detroit Tiger lefthander, is now the pitching coach for the Cleveland Indians' farm system. Compliment to Your Love contemporary collection DIAMOND RINGS STUNNING I* EASY TERMS $149.50 $bolc« of 14K White or Y«!!ow < 241 E. MAIN Galesburg, ID. l JEW JEWELERS By Kate Osann | Violan Enrolls At University In Dallas. Tex. VIOLA-John Miller, son of Mr, and Mrs. Walter Miller of Viola, left Sunday for Dallas, Tex., where he will enroll in Perkins School of Theology and the School of Music of the Southern Meth ist University to work for a mas- days with relatives In Melcher, Iowa, before returning to Marsh* alltown. Mrs, Fred Lindburg and son Wallace motored to Napfefvilie and spent Friday with Mrs. Lindburg's sister, Mrs. Anna Behnke* who is ill at the American Nursing Home at Naperville. Class Has Reunion The 10th reunion bf the Viola 1953 graduation class was held Saturday at the Towers restaurant, Moline. Fifteen couples attended. Viola graduates, who, with their wives or husbands, Altona Group Plans Benefit ALTONA — United Presbyterian Women's Association of Altona held a sewing day at the church. Articles for the bazaar were the projects. During the business meeting, Mrs. Donald Erickson told of missionary work in Thailand and in the Rocky Mountains, She also spoke on the topic, "Opening Doors and Why We Worship." Mrs. Will Collinson, chairman tfir of S3crcci music decree Miller is a 1963 graduate of attended included Pauline Sfellejof arrangements for the annual MacMurray College and has been Barton, Rose Tary Powers, Mat- awarded a full tuition scholarship ilyn Davenport Smith, Roberta turkey dinner, announced It would be held Friday evening, Sept. 27. Mrs. W. A, Pyle, chairman of the ba2aar and food sale, requested that sewing article donations be left at the home of Mrs. T. W. Kelly by Tuesday, Sept. 24. Articles for the food table should be brought to the garage of Clark Main afternoon, Sept. 27. Friday Favorites won 28.8 per cent of the races at the 1963 Hollywood Park season. READ THE WANT ADS1 for his graduate study. Viola Briefs Morris Lloyd, Larry Brown and Harry Peterson. William King, a Mr. and Mrs, Charles Esslinger | high school teacher at the time, together with Mrs. King, also attended. are spending a 2-week vacation in Philadelphia, Pa., where they are guests of their son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Esslinger. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. C Terrey were Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Plunkett of Moline, Mr. Michael Club Convenes Mrs. Gertrude Morris was hostess Friday to the Viola 500 Club. Prize awards were received by Mrs. Agnes Mack and Mrs. Irene Hofer. Miss Lillian Bissell, who left three sons of Rock Island and Friday to return to Plainfield, N.­ Mr, and Mrs. Victor Terrey of J (| was accompanied as far as Monmouth. Chicago by her cousin, Miss Mr. and Mrs. George Barton Helen Frazier, who had concluded a visit with Viola and Aledo rela- computer to help me ciiuwac rn> duthes each'morning!'* and family of Sherrard were sup per guests Tuesday of Mr Mrs. Paul Barton. New Windsor Couple Greet 160 Visitors WINDSOR Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Nelson whose 25th wedding anniversary was Sept. 10, greeted 160 relatives and friends at their home at an open house Sunday afternoon and evening, Sept. 8. The guests were received by their son Larry . and daughter Susan Nelson. The guest register was attended by Mrs. William Tompson Peterson of Joy. John Martin, from the Soldiers' Home in Marshalltown, Iowa of Milan and Kay | spent four days visiting in the | and observation. home of his niece, Miss Jane Henderson. He will spend a few tives. Miss Gwen Thomas is a patient at Mercer County Hospital where she was entered Friday for tests A bowl of pink roses guarded by silver tapers in silver holders centered the serving table. Miss Alice Swanson, Mrs. William Ristau of New Windsor and Mrs. Chester Peterson of Rock Island assisted at the coffee service and the punch bowl. Serving the cake were Mrs. Edwin Nelson and Mrs. LaVern Nelson. Guests attended from Mendon, Galesburg, Rock Island, Moline, Milan, Cambridge, Orion, Ophiem, Woodhull, Alpha, Viola, Altona, Maquon, Joy, Aedo, Sherrard and Rio. READ THE WANT ADS! ictions Storting Saturday, Sept 8 fill 11 in Jungle Room of YMCA COUPLES ONLY Instructor — ORLO MOORE + PHONE 289.2821 COMPANY THURSDAY & FRIDAY, SEPT. 12-13 PREPARE FOR STARTS SATURDAY A.M See Our Advertisement in Friday's Galesburg Register-Mail. s i s i i i i r t Oldsmobile 4-Door Sedan V-8. (Automatic bad) *" Mercury 4-Door Sedan $ ?Q5 V-8, Mereomotie Mm J J Chevrolet 4-Door Sedan Straight stick Mercury 4-Door Sedan V-8, Mercomatic and radio Oldsmobile Hardtop Hydromatic. Clean " Plymouth 4-Door Sedan 6 cylinder. Straight stick — JT Nash 4-Door Sedan c *"* 6 cylinder. Straight stick Studebaker % Ton Pickup $| TC 3 speed transmission 1 • *w Ford 4-Door &Am * V8. Straight stick Mercury 2-Door Hardtop Runs good . Ford 4-Door M7C V8 t Fordomatic, radio, heater Mr I J 4 *H WHOLES PRICES JIM SHERWOOD'S r * ^^^^^^^^ \ Chevrolet 4-Door Automatic, V-8, radio Mercury 2-Door Hardtop $ A75 Mercomatic. Radio * *^ Oldsmobile 2-Dr. Hardtop Hydromatic. Radio " Lincoln 2-Door Hardtop Full power, leather seats Ford Fairlane 500 2-Door Automatic. Power steering Chevrolet 4-Door Bel Air $C7C Automatic. Sharp —' *0 m Cadillac 4-Door Hardtop $07 C Sedan Deville. Air conditioned M m Oldsmobile 4-Door $C7C Hydromatic, radio, heater *0 m *P Rambler 4-Door $C7C V -8. Straight stick >0 I J Ford 2-Door Hardtop V-8, Automatic • w Mercury 4-Door Hardtop %\ \ QC Power steering, power brakes I I # «ef 00 00 00 00 00 00 Wflty Harold Thompson Schneider Hiel t t (MEET US AT THE CORNER BROAD & FERRIS)

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