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10 QaJjSburg Reflister^Mo?!, Golesbura, lit, Monday, Sepf, 16, 1963 People Are Government, McLoskey Theme at GOP Meeting in Rosevi He Representative Robert T.i McLoskey, (R.-Ill.) from the local 19th Congressional District, was received enthusiastically by over 150 ladies of the Warren County Republican Women's Club when he spoke at the Saturday luncheon at the National Cafe in Roseville. Mrs. Channing Pratt, Wan-en County chairwoman, introduced Rep. McLoskey who counseled the women to become as interested as posible about our government, because the people of the U.S.A. are the federal government, and everyone should remember that. 'Right vs. Wrong' "People are always talking about who is right wing and left wing in politics," he said. "It is high time we quit talking this right and left business and get down to right and wrong. All this nation needs to straighten our trouble out is some good common sense. It is right that we should consider what is right in the eyes of God." Rep. McLoskey touched on foreign aid, and on civil rights, and more extensively on government spending. He concluded by advising the GOP women to prepare for vigorous campaign next year to elect the right people to offices in our government, and that he was sure the Republican women of Warren County are going to do their part. Preceding the luncheon Mrs., Pearl Lincoln offered the Blessing and Mrs. George Pierce led the pledge of allegiance. Tells of Anniversary Mrs. Everett Bowman, president of the club, opened the meeting by telling of her recent attendance at the event recently held, celebrating the 25th anniversary of the founding in Chicago of the National Federation of Republican Women. Mrs. Donald Watt, treasurer, gave the yearly report, and Mrs. Clarence Gittings, secretary, read the minutes of the last meeting. Nominations Scheduled Mrs. Bowman announced the nominating committee for officers of the club for 1964. Chairman of the committee is Mrs. Charles Buchanan and assisting her will be Mrs. Donna Pierson. Mrs. Joe Simmons Jr., Mrs. John McAllister, Mrs. Pearl Lincoln, Miss Josephine Francis and Mrs. Josephine Azdell. Mrs. Bowman closed the afternoon program with a surprise. She showed a trophy that she will present in her name, properly inscribed, to the precinct commitlcewoman who signs up the most new members to the club this next year. The goal is 1,200 members. Mrs. Richard Fears gave the closing prayer. MONMOUTH Roiemary Iiraal Corieipond«nl SOI N. H St. Phon* 734-4721 lot N«Wt FOR MISSED COPIES PHONE 734-4121 Before 6:30 Horse and Car In Accident; Rider Injured MONMOUTH - Mrs. V e r n a Lee Day, 19, of 520 W. Ninth Ave., was listed in fair condition this morning at Monmouth Hospital where she was taken Saturday about noon by the Holliday & Hoover ambulance following a car-and-horse accident on South Second Street and East 10th Avenue. According to the police report, Mrs. Day and her sister, Barbara Hathaway, 1125 S. Second St., were riding horses on Second Street. While the two were racing a car driven by Mrs. Elizabeth J. Albert, 31, 1011 S. Ninth St., approached the intersection. Mrs. Day told officers she attempted to miss the car, but the horse hit it, fell down and rolled over twice. Mrs. Day was thrown to the ground and injured her back. The horse sustained minor cuts. No charges have yet been filed. Public Eating Places, Topic Of Units MONMOUTH - Three units of the Warren County Homemakers Extension Association will meet this week. This evening at 8 o'clock Mrs. Wilbur Ricketts will entertain the Little York Nite Unit. The Greenbush unit will meet Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Cleo Cannon. Mrs. Scott Shrode will be hostess at the Louise McVey unit meeting at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon. The major lesson at all unit meetings will be "Fashion and You," presented by the local leaders. The short feature will be Public Eating Places." Stoneware Co. Bomb Scare Is Probed Today MONMOUTH — Fire authorities were busy today looking for a» unidentified man who reported that there was a bomb inside the Western Stoneware Co. Marshall Romine, superintendent of the pottery plant, reported to fire authorities that today at 6 a.m., he received a telephone call ~ from an unidentified man, who told him a bomb would go off in the plant today. He told Romine that if he didn't believe him, to go to the home of John Switzer, 118 W. Fourth Ave., where he would find the side of the house scorched. The man also told Romine to check the GROUND-BREAKING ceremony at Coldbrook Christian Church, west of Galesburg, started building project (or educational unit addition to church. Pictured Sunday at this event are, left to right, Lowell E. Gardner, Hugh Reynolds Jr., George Bruington, Reginald Mustain, Everest Bruington, Mrs. Lcroy Carlson, Herbert Peterson and A. F. Bradbury. (Register-Mail photo bjy Phil Turncy.) Read the Register-Mail Want Ads Building at Coldbrook to Begin Tuesday Members of the Coldbrook Christian Church gathered around a plot of ground just west of their present building, Sunday, for a ground-breaking service in connection with the building of an educational unit. Plans for the matching one- story brick educational unit were drawn by Louis Klusmeyer of the Galesburg firm of architects, Scribbins, Klusmeyer and Mears Inc. General contractor for the $65,000 addition is Bradbury Construction Co. of Galesburg. Work is scheduled to begin Tuesday. Participating in the groundbreaking service were Reginald Mustain, chairman of the building plans committee; Lowell E. Gardner, chairman of the official board; George Bruington, Everett Bruington and Herbert Peterson, trustees; Mrs. Leroy Carlson, vice president of the Christian Women's Fellowship, and Hugh Reynolds Jr., minister. Food Donated in Year is 4.8 Billion Pounds (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.) By GAYLORD P. GODWIN United Press International WASHINGTON (UPI) - The Agriculture Department donated more than 4.8 billion pounds of food at home and abroad during fiscal 1963. The value of the food was $631 million. Donations in the previous fiscal year totaled 4.72 billion pounds worth $590.3 million. The value of foods donated at home was $354 million, compared with $365.8 million the previous year. Foreign donations in fiscal 1963 were valued at $276.6 million compared with $224.5 y.illion the previous year. Domestically, schools got 488.1 million pounds of food valued at $121 million in fiscal 1963; institutions got 165.2 million pofinds valued at $29 million; and n««dy persons received 1.2 billion pocinds valued at $204.4 million. The donated commodities ilpere acquired by the Agriculture De- on Crash Blamed On Soft Drink MONMOUTH — Miss Janice J. Ball, 16, of 114 S. Fourth St., was ticketed Sunday at 2:54 p.m. for striking a parked car. Miss Ball stated that she was turning a corner at West Second Avenue and a soft drink she had placed on the dashboard of the car started to slip. She reached for the drink and momentarily lost control of the car. The parked car, belonging to Lawrence Perrine oi 213 W. Second Ave., was damaged extensively on the rear fender. The Ball car was also damaged. Miss Ball was to have a hearing in police court today. John E. Carr, 17, of 700 S. Second St., was arrested Sunday at 12:35 p.m. for speeding on South llth Street. Carr will have a hearing in police court this afternoon. Monmouth Dog Is Winner at Show MONMOUTH-"Bluebell's Golden Light," a golden retriever belonging to Mr. and Mrs. Lester Munneke, was awarded first prize Saturday in the utility class at the tenth annual all-breed obedience trial presented by the Lakeland Dog Training Club at Cambridge, Wis. The utility class includes dog- dom's most difficult obedience exercises, and the win Saturday was the first in this class for the Monmouth dog. The local retriev er was awarded six trophies, in eluding first in utility, second in the open B class, highest scoring golden retriever in the show, and best dog in the sporting group. Munneke will show his dog in Quincy next week, at Peoria on Oct. 13, and at the International Amphitheatre in Chicago on Oct. 20. The Monmouth dog has won at Peoria and at Chicago for the past two years. REAP THE WANT ADS! Land Bank's Annual Meet Held Saturday MONMOUTH — Dr. Millard G. Roberts, president of Parsons College, in Fairfield, Iowa, advised members of the Federal Land Bank of Monmouth to be participants in anything they do and not wait for someone else to do for them, when he gave the principal address at the association's meeting. The meeting was held Saturday in the Student Center on the Monmouth College campus, attended by about 175 persons. Rev. Gary L. Reif, pastor of the First Baptist Church, gave the invocation and Mrs. Harold Pedigo played piano selections during the dinner hour. In the business meeting that followed the dinner, Robert M. Grier, manager of the local office, gave the annual report for the fiscal year from July 1, 1962, to June 30, 1963. Total income was reported at $81,180.70, total expense $26,986.06 and a net income of $54,194.64. In explaining the distribution of income, Grier said dividends of $35,757.30 were paid; $5,419.46, legal reserve transfer; $7,242, reserve for losses and $3,775.88, increase in surplus for a total of $54,194.64. The report also showed 774 mortgage loans outstanding on June 30, 1963, in the amount of $10,254,513.17, as compared to 783 on June 30, 1962, in the amount of $9,880,290. The total net worth of the association as of June 30, 1963, was $842,704.58. Directors elected at Saturday's meeting were: One-year term, Mercer County, Melvin Truman, Seaton; two-year term, Henderson County, J. Marshall Spears, Gladstone; two-year term, Mercer County, John C. Pinkerton, Aledo; three-year term, Warren County, R. A. Burford and H. B. Mills, both of Monmouth; three- year term, Mercer County, Wilbur Guthrie, Aledo. O. W. Lauver of Stronghurst remains as the other dirertor from Henderson County. H. S. Whalin, associate regional manager, spoke briefly in a message from the Federal Land Bank of St. Louis. Following the annual meeting, the board of directors met for reorganization at which time R. A. Burford was re-elected president, and Wilbur Guthrie vice president. Robert M. Grier was re-hired manager of the local office and Mrs. Theodore Clarke and Mrs. Earl Bennett assistant managers. garage at the Wilbur Romine house at 428 S. Sunny Lane for fire damage. Investigation by fire authorities showed that both structures were slightly damaged as was indicated by the telephone caller. Authorities surmised that the damage could have been caused by either a blow torch or a fusee, a color flare used as a railroad signal. Company officials and fire authorities checked throughout the plant in search of a bomb. Although nothing was found the search is continuing. Walter Parlier, deputy state fire marshal, is checking with local authorities into the matter. Prior to the bomb scare, a series of events at the plant seem to indicate that someone has a grievance against the company, authorities believe. A fire, at the company Sept. 9 was investigated for arson. At this time no evidence could be found that would indicate arson. That same morning John Sheridan, a local contractor, had his men cover the burned out area with a plastic material to keep out the rain until the roof could be repaired. When the carpenters arrived Sept. 10 to repair the roof, they found that a fire had been started in the plastic material. Fire Chief Dale Moore said the evidence of a cardboard box which had contained the plastic, some scrap lumber and scrap roofing indicated that these materials were probably used to start the fire. Some of the tar roofing and the plastic material were melted. That same night fire authorities were informed of a fire which occurred in a clay storage room at the company. Officials said this blaze apparently was started by some paper' bags and oil. The only damage done was slight scorching to the side of the building. Moore said through the cooperation of the company, an around- the-clock watch of the premises was organized. During the watch, conducted for six days, no suspicious persons appeared on the scene. MONMOUTH HOSPITAL Admitted Friday — Mrs. Arthur Rosenbalm, Kirkwood; Mrs. Charles Boughton, Monmouth. Admitted Saturday — Mrs. Vera Gibson, John Carlson, Mrs. Verna Day, Leonard Crosier, Mrs. Delmer Wheetley, Miss Mabel F i n d 1 e y, Mrs. Minnie Sprague, Monmouth; Mrs. Lawrence Fredrickson, Seaton. Dismissed Saturday — Robert Kidder, Roseville; Mrs. Arthur Rosenbalm, Kirkwood; Master Matthew W i I s o n, Monmouth; George Bratton. Little York. No admissions Sunday up to 4 p.m | f w if TWO HONORED. (L. to R.) John Larkin, faithful navigator of the Monmouth Fourth Degree Assembly of the Knights of Columbus was one of the local officials honored at the testimonial dinner held Sunday evening in the Prime Beef Room of the Colonial Hotel. Harold Hurst, master of the Central Illinois District of the Fourth Degree organization, and Victor N. Cardosi, state deputy of K. of C, were guest speakers. Lee Lohaus, grand knight of the Monmouth K. of C. Council, was honored with Larkin for service as an officer. (Register-Mail photo by Wilson Isreal.) Testimonial Dinner Givetn K. C. Leaders MONMOUTH — A testimonial dinner for Lee Lohaus and .John Larkin, held Sunday evening in the Prime Beef Room of the: Colonial Hotel, was attended bj/ 140 friends of the men. Mr. Lohaus has served for the past 15 months as grand knight of the Monmouth Council olf the Knights of Columbus and Darkin has served the same lengjth of time as faithful navigate" r of Monmouth Fourth Degree Assembly. Hors d'oeuvres preceded the smorgasbord dinner served at tables profusely decorated with autumn flowers. Miss Jewell Payne and Mrs. John Slusser wt;re in charge of the decorations. Following the dinner Victor N. Cardosi of Kankakee, staie deputy of the Knights of Culumbus of Illinois spoke to the group. Also attending last night's dinner was Harold Hurst, . master of the Central Illinois District of the 4th Degree of the Knights of Columbus. AUDUBON CAMP-OUT AT GREEN OAKS Saturday and Sunday brought nature study enthusiasts from many parts of Illinois to enjoy rambling through Knox College's "outdoor laboratory" tract. Scene pictured, in the Green Oaks barn, or rustic assembly hall, was re-enacted at meal times the two days when Senior Girl Scouts of Galesburg served appetizing meals 7n camp style to Illinois Audubon Society members and guests. Field trips about the wooded lake tract, and the society's annual business meetings and programs took place during the two days. (Register* Mail photo by Phil Twney.) Crowd Greets Premier NAIROBI, Kenya (UPI)—Tens of thousands of Kikuyu tribesmen gave Premier Jomo Kenyalta a tumultuous welcome when the former Mau Mau chief addressed a rally Sunday at Kiambu. ~. . , „ , ... Ker.yatta warned against secret Dismissed Sunday - Mrs Lura societi manufacture and Sloan, Biggsville; Mrs. Eventt ... , ,. . . . ., ( . •- b ° . . illegal activities in the forests. Hardin and baby, Lester Paulsgrove and Mrs. Eunice McCoy, Monmouth. READ THE WANT ADS! Organization Is Formed to Aid Sen. Goldwater AURORA, 111. (AP) - A nucleus for an organization to boost Sen. Barry Goldwater for the presidency in the 15th Congressional district was formed Sunday night at a meeting of conservative Republicans. Some 30 persons from the dis­ trict's five counties — Kane, Kendall, De Kalb, Grundy and La Salle—approved a motion by Wil- Couple Gulps Beer BALDOCK, England (UPI) — liam Damish of Elgin to work for | Mr - and Mrs - :3rian Robinson are election of Goldwater - pledged, the fastest beer drinking couple partment in its price support and surplus removal operations. They were made available through the direct distribution program to schools, needy families, and charitable institutions in the United States and to needy persons and school lunch programs abroad. The department said that in June, 1963, 5.5 million needy persons in family units in the United States received donated foods This was a decline of 900,000 from a year earlier. The Crop Reporting Board said U.S. hatcheries in August produced 202,016,000 chicks, 3 per cent more than in August, 1962. Broiler chicks totaled 177,306,000, an increase of 2 per cent. During the first eight months of 1963 there were 1,559,627,000 broiler chicks hatched, up 2 per cent from the comparable period of 1962. Egg-type chicks hatched in August totaled 27,710,000, 13 per cent more than in August last year. Alexis PTA To Convene ALEXIS — Parents were urged to attend first meeting of Alexis PTA at 7:45 p.m. Sept. 17, in all- purpose room at Alexis Grade School. Teachers will be introduced and conference will be held in pupils' rooms. Mrs. Maurice Flaherty is president of PTA. Alexis News Briefs The Mothers of World War, II will meet in home of Mrs. Arthur Sharp Sept. 19, at 7:30 p.m. Gary Moberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Moberg, left for Champaign to enter the University of Illinois. Mrs. Clara Ryner and Mrs. George Lafferty Sr. attended the Illinois State advisory council meeting of War Mothers Monday and Tuesday in Peoria. Mrs. Clara Ryner of Oquawka entertained at a dinner in her home Thursday. Those attending were Mrs. Kenneth Patterson, Mrs. George A. Sharer, Mrs. Howard Sperry, Mrs. John Elder and Mrs. Beulah Nelson of Alexis and Mrs. Robert Kilgore, Mrs. Beth Bailey and Mrs. Larry French of Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. John Denton are on a 2-week vacation in Marengo, Ind. They were accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Kathleen Poe, who has been visiting here. Mrs. Lottie Lucas accompanied her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Tomlinson of Swedona to Roanoke, Va., where they are visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hofer, Cassandra and Lisa Marie, returned to their home at Ames, Iowa, after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lee and his parents in Seaton. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Davis and his sister ,Mrs. Orville Agan, returned home from a visit with their sister, Mrs. Charles Elliott and brother Harry Davis, and wife, at Hartford City, Ind. delegates to the national GOP convention. The group voted to back Dr. Michael Saxon of Aurora for one of the two delegates from the district. READ THE WANT ADS! in North Hertfordshire. Robinson w(|oi the men's division of a charity beer drinking contest Sunday when he downed three pints in 28 seconds. His wife w«on the women's division by fhttslung off a pint in 16 seconds. Fire Damages Auto MONMOUTH — Firemen were called to 717 E. Archer Ave. today at 5:25 a.m. when a carburetor on a car belonging to Michael J. Lovvorn overflowed and caught fire. There was damage to the motor wiring and paint on the hood and front fender. Amount of damage was undetermined. READ THE WANT ADS! I A

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