Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 14, 1963 · Page 11
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 11

Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, September 14, 1963
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Henry County The y m Po 11 Evef y Time Gdlesbur GoWANUS THE 6REEN$K££P£B CLH* THE GOLF-COURSE 6RASS A DIAMOND CUTTER Republicans Map Frolic Two of the three Republicans seeking the nomination for governor are trying to change their schedules to attend the Henry County Republican Country Frolic Sunday in Andover. Secretary of State Charles F. Carpentier and Charles H. Percy have indicated they may attend, while the third, Hayes F. Robertson, has already said he could not attend. Main speaker at the event will be John W. Lewis Jr., speaker of the House of Representatives of Illinois. John II. Altorfer of Peoria, candidate for lieutenant governor, will attend the picnic as will two candidates vying for the secretary of state nomination. They are Sen. John P, Meyer (R-Dan- *1 A * ville) and Rep. Elmer J. Hoff- t dirtily AmVCS Four of the five candidates for At Laura FrOTll HE ALSO CUTS MIS OWM KIDS'MAIR BUT SOMEHOW HE'S NOT SO R4INSTAKIN6JS ME? 60OD ENOUGH / SCRAM / IT ALL OROWS BACK, ANVMOO.'.' N EXT.'/ eo our LIKE IUISJJ ***** sinessmen See War With Common Mart By SAM DAWSON NEW YORK (AP) - V 9-14- 7 attorney general will attend the free frolic. They are Elroy C. Sandquist Jr. of Chicago, James V. Cummingham, Peoria County state's attorney, William D. Stiehl of Belleville and Sen. Robert R. Canfield (R-Rockford). The Henry County Young Republicans in cooperation with the John Ericsson Republican League and the county Republican central committee, are organizing the event. Serving will begin at 2:30 p.m. at the park in Andover, and everything will be free. Richard Harrington, president of the Young Republicans, said more than 1,000 servings will be available. Norfolk Thompson and Warren Harshbarger attended open house at the Belwood Nursing Home near Peoria Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Watkins LAURA - Cpl. and Mrs. James visited Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mc- Storm and daughters of Norfolk, Kown in Chillicothe Sunday. Kenneth Dean attended his 1961 and Mrs. Duane Philbic and his c i ass reU nion at Jubilee State father, James Storm Sr. in Gales- p ar fc Sunday, burg. Cpl. Storm's mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hedrick of Peoria came Sunday and took their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Lumberry, for a Mr Williamsfield Class Of '34 Has Reunion WILLIAMSFIELD class of 1934 held its annual reunion at West Park, Galva, Sunday. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wilson, Toulon; Mr. and Mrs. Duane Hendricks and Anne. Oneida; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Leng, Bill and Dave, Elmwood; Mr. and Mrs. Del French and family, Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Doubet and family, Williamsfield. - U.S. businessmen arc bracing for rising barriers on their trade with Western Europe. A year ago they were hoping for lower obstacles to trade. The chicken war is only a small part of the trouble ahead. It arises because the European Common Market raised the duty on American poultry. When the United States said it would retaliate, the Common Market backed down so slightly that Washington was unimpressed. But American financial and business circles say that the very nature of European tariff policies is spelling problems for American exporters no matter how the chicken war turns out. The six Common Market nations — France, West Germany, The WHSl ltaly ' Belgium, The Netherlands, Luxembourg — are forging a no- tariff rule for themselves and a 9 READ TH 171 CLASSIFIEDS t James Storm Sr. of Galesburg recently died of a heart attack the day before the family arrived home. Cpl. Storm will report for over- drive < Tlle two couples had supper § e t Horse Show seas assignment Oct. 19. Mrs. Storm and children will live in the Forest Oakes tenant house near Williamsfield while the husband is away. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bantz and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Everette together in Toluca. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stenger and family, Kickapoo; and Cpl. and Mrs. James Storm and daughters were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Philbie. READ REYNOLDS—The annual horse show will be held here tonight at 7 o'clock. The event, sponsored by the Reynolds Saddle Club, will have prizes of trophies, ribbons and money for winners Twelve classes will be scheduled for the show. common tariff schedule on all outside goods. The same is true of the Outer Seven—Britain, Switzerland, Austria, Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Portugal. This in itself will have each of the six or the seven a better chance at each other's markets than any one outside the rival trade blocs. Until now the growing economy of Europe has absorbed a lot of American goods and materials, regardless of tariffs and other barriers. Now the market is growing really competitive. "From now on the adverse effects of the European trade blocs on our exports are likely to be much more important/' economists of the Chase Manhattan Bank, New York, assert. "The degree of discrimination against exports from outside the Common Market will increase rapidly in the period ahead. The common external tariff wall now appears to be considerably more protective than the old national tariffs/' In a study of European trade policies, the bank economists predict that there will still be a sizable demand for American products. But they say that under the proposed rates in the common tariff the rise in U.S. exports to this important market may be siowed substantially. In addition to tariffs the Common Market countries levy additional taxes on outside products. They are variously called turnover taxes, equalization taxes and surtaxes and range from 2 per cent to 25 per cent, imposed on the duty-added value of the imported goods. Bigggville Meetings Posted BIGGSVILLE - The September meeting of the Golden Circle Unit of Henderson County Home Extension Association will be held at the home of Mrs, S. W. Graham, Sept. 16 at 8 p.m. with Mrs. Phillip Bigger and Mrs. Jon Graham assisting hostesses. Mrs. Janis Fisher, county home adviser, will present the major les- School is open again. > books to buy . . . dates to be made . . . games to attend} An easy way for parents to help meet all needs Register-Mail Want Ad. Phone 342-5161 son, "Making the Most Out of Storage Space. 1 ' Missionary Class for first, sec* ond and third grades will begin their first of 10 sessions after school Sept. 18 at the Methodist Church. The study is on India. Each child was asked to collect pictures and items of interest for a display. Florence Mann Circle of the United Presbyterian Church will meet Sept. 17 at 2 p.m. Meeting date was changed. The Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church will not meet Sept. 13 as previously announced. Briefs Mrs. Kenneth Knapp, a patient at Iowa City for the past two weeks under observation was able to return to her home with Mr. Frank Noel, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, who spent the weekend in the Knapp home. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Milroy were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil O'Dean of Galesburg. Mrs. O'Dean celebrated her birthday on the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Rhoades of Burlington were Tuesday dinner guests of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rhoades. Mr. and Mrs. George Rhoades of Burlington were Sunday guests in the same home. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Epperly of Jacksonville, formerly of Biggsville, Mrs. and Mrs. were guests Saturday of James Nelson and son James and other Biggsville riends. ister-Moil, Galesburg - -*—* ^- — , . , - — - *P^J Saturda 1963 Toulon Youths Enrolled At Campu TOULON Ralph Gerard took their daughter Linda to Champaign Sunday. She will be a junior at the University of Illinois. Miss Elizabeth Haley, daughter of Mrs. Frank Mock, will enter Blackburn College at Carbondale. She will be a junior and has transferred from University of Nlinois. Mr. and Mrs. James Shearer took their daughter Anne to Dcs Moines Sunday. She will be a freshman at Drake University. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Warren took their son Barry to Elmhurst to enroll at Elmhurst College. Toulon Lodge Meets The Toulon Rebekah Lodge met Sept. 5 at the lodge rooms. Mrs. Lydia Schmidt gave a report on, training at Ft. Knox, Ky. and Mr. Association ^District^O. ^ an ,j mn Rex 0 \ m$i ^ t Tou ] dfl# i Mt™^!^ W L u-**u C i !l!i aml Wr anf ' Mrs - Qtiinton John- 19 and will include a birthday , . son, Victoria. Auxiliary Meetn The Women's Auxiliary of Peo* Chapter of Illinois Society ot <mnl Engineers met Tuesday. Members made a tour of lsncnn Woolen Mills at Lacon. party (or members having September birthdays. Home on Leave Joseph Olmsted, Navy airman r ' a Cha apprentice, is spending a leave Profcssi with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hex Olmsted. He returned with the fith Fleet from the Moditer- T,1 <-*y visits; Williams Paint and ranean. The fleet visited ports of decorating store in Toulon, where Barcelona. Spain, Naples and Gen- th cy examined the display of ar- oa, Italy, and Cannes in France. Pvt. and Mrs. Larry Johnson left last week for Ft. Lewis, Wash., where he will be stationed. He recently completed his basic tificial flowers. They later had coffee at home of Mrs. Dwain Wallace. 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