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12 Golesbura Register-Moil,jGotesburg,JII. _Mes .dQyi -SfiPt._l6*?963 Few Lobsters Ever Reach Retirement By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) - Tilings a columnist might never know if he didn't open his mail: Few lobsters have old age problems. Only one in a million baby lobsters manages even to reach maturity. Perry Como and Enrico Caruso had this in common—both worked as barbers before becoming singers. Big earthquakes are unusual, but little ones are commonplace. Our globe has literally thousands of them every day, most of them too small to be detected except by a sensitive seismograph. Charles Darwin once said that man, with the possible exception of the elephant, is the only creature that sheds tears in sorrow. But some people cry when they eat. Apples and chocolate are among the foods that sometimes cause the shedding of tears. Attention, skin divers who wear false teeth: Your problem is discussed in a U.S. Department of Commerce publication entitled "Underwater Swimming." Here's bad news for pedestrians—The country now has 85 million motorists. Our quotable notables: "To me—old age is always 15 years older than I am!"—Bernard Baruch. Bubbly peril: Many - man thinks he is safe from becoming an alcoholic if he never drinks alone—or if he consumes only beer, and not hard liquor. Dr. Jackson A. Smith, Nebraska psychiatrist, warns that both these assumptions are false. Geographical oddity: There's a Huntley, HI., and a Brinkley, Ark. Parental puzzle: Comedienne Marion Powers says one of the great mysteries of life is how the boy who wasn't really good enough to marry your daughter CHRYSLER RETAINS BASIC STYLING - Although the lines and dimensions of the 1964 Chrysler will remain pretty much the same as last year, the grille and rear end will be changed. Top new features will be reclining seats, head rests, console-mounted automatic transmission lever, seven-position adjustable steering wheel, and a fourspeed manual trans* mission. DR. L. ERNSTEIN OPTOMETRIST CONTACT LENSES EYES EXAMINED LIVING SOUND HEARING AIDS GALESBURG OPTICAL CO. 339 E. Mala Hour-.! 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. Friday*.: 9 A.M. to 8:30 P.M. Wadnaiday'i Tl) Noon. 343-6317 or 342-3017 can become the father of the smartest grandchild in the world. Israel is one land where you can always find a doctor when you need one. It has a physician for ever 420 people the world's highest ratio. Pest population: It is estimated there are 170 million rats in the United States — not counting the ones you can probably name per sonally. Western Illinois Birth Records BIGGSVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. Larry Johnson are the parents of a son born Sept. 11 at the Burlington Hospital. He will be welcomed home by a sister. LONDON MILLS - Mr. and Mrs. Leon Tice, London Mills, are parents of a son Raymon Leon, born Sept. 11 at Saunders Hospital, Avon. He is welcomed by a brother and two sisters. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Murel Tice of London Mills, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brennan of Farmington. Maquon OES Has Session MAQUON - Mrs. Allen Pruett, worthy matron, and Floyd Mathews, patron pro tern, presided Tuesday when Goodwill chapter convened in the Masonic Hall. A communication was read from the worthy grand matron and a thank-you note from Mrs. Helen Buckman. Sympathy of the chapter was extended to Mrs. Donna Pugh. Sept. 26 was selected for go-to- church Sunday. Members will attend the Maquon Methodist Church in a group. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Mary Pruett. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! AUTUMN SALE September 16-28 Support Stockings SAVE UP TO 24% ALL NYLON $ 3.79 P^r REG, $4.95 2 pair *7.50 LYCRA* and NYLON $ 4.79 Pair REG. $5.95 2 pair *9.50 On sale for a dozen days only! Cameo Support Stock* ings really soothe and support your tired legs. Yet Cameos look so sheer, feel so soft... and wear so beautifully long! Choose the truly fashionable answer to leg fatigue.,. Cameo Support Stockings. Seamed and Seamless. Chrysler Stresses Luxury, Retains Basic Stylings New features in the 1064 Chryslers include reclining seats, head rests, console-mounted automatic transmission lever, seven-position adjustable steering wheel, and a four-speed manual transmission. Modifications have been made in the styling, but basically they retain the same dimensions and lines of their predecessors. All three series have new grille designs and new tail iamps with | rear metal sculpturing. The reclining seat has five po- 1 sitions and will be standard on the New Yorker Salon and optional on other models equipped with | bucket seats. A lever below the turn signal on the left side of the steering unlocks the tilt mechanism to allow up and down positioning of the steering wheel. The Salon also has the Auto- 1 Pilot, which allows the driver to dial the speed, then remove his foot from the accelerator. This ] feature will be optional on all automatic transmission cars with power brakes. Several engineering innovations will be available to the sports minded. The 300K has a 413- cubic-inch police pursuit type engine with four-barrel carburetor and dual exhausts. A ram induction engine, with two four-barrel carburetors, will be optional. To go with the big engines, the four- speed transmission will have these ratios: 2.66 in low, 1.91 in second, 1.39 in third and direct in high. The five-year or 50,000-mile | warranty will be continued on the New Salem School Reunion Is Recorded NORTH HENDERSON-Around 50 attended the New Salem School annual reunion Sunday at the Floral Hall at North Henderson. Officers elected were: President, Clarence Higgins; vice president, Clarence Koons and secretary, Mrs. Royal Litchfield. A musical program was given by Mrs. j Reid Carson, and Mr. and Mrs. Mauritz Hodges of Oneida. The 1964 reunion will be held the same date and place. Those from a distance were Mrs. Myrtle Ernst of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Clark Mead and Mr. and Mrs. Rollo Fritz of Galesburg. New Windsor Home Greets Dinner Guests NEW WINDSOR - Sixteen members of the Griffin Ladies Aid attended a potluck dinner Sept. 11 at the home of Mrs. Dean Friichtenicht. Devotions were conducted by Mrs. Judson Nimrick. Mrs. George Peterson reported that six members provided treats and visited the patients at the Mercer County Nursing Home at Aledo in August. Mrs. Leonard Davison spoke on "Mental Health Research" and the topic, "Remember When?" was given by Mrs. Anderson. Mrs Hazel Friichtenicht was in charge of | recreation, ELLESON'S BAKERY 144 E. MAIN ST. Formerly Federal Bakery Specializing in French Pastries, Danish Pastries, Cream Puffs, Cookies, Breads. DECORATED CAKES DAY OLD BAKERY GOODS-'/j Price 9 'til 5 — Monday thru Sat. 9 'til 9 — Monday & Friday Owners Mr. & Mrs. Richard EUeson engine and drive train components. The top Chrysler model will be the New Yorker Salon with a complete line of equipment and accessories. Everything from air conditioning to the Auto-Pilot will be included. T!.e buyer will only have to choose the color, interior upholstery material, and whether or not to buy the adjustable steering wheel and limited slip differential. C. E. Briggs, Chrysler vice president and general manager of the Chrysler-Plymouth division, feels the customers like the luxury car. In addition to the Salon, the New Yorker line will have four models, the 300 sports series will have three models and the lower- priced Newport will have six models. The 300K will come in two-door hardtop and convertible. All will go on display Friday. Rio Chapter Of OES Adds New Members RIO ~ Rio Chapter of Order of Eastern Star met recently. The pro tern officers were Mrs. Mabel Bloomer, Ada; Mrs. Mildred Hunt, organist; Miss Jean Richmond, Electa, and Cy Hammer, colorbearer. Escorted and introduced were Mrs. Pearl Duffield, grand lecturer of Nonpareil; 10 grand chapter committee members; three past worthy matrons, and Mrs. Mildred Fritz, a past worthy matron as guest of honor. Rio chapter voted to donate to the following: Committees of grand chapter, blood bank, endorsement, trust fund and scholarship, Mrs. Mildred Blomstrand, worthy grand matron, and Andrew Rapp, worthy grand patron, were elected to honorary membership. Next meeting will be held Sept. 16. Brothers night will be observed. Refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. Larry Higbee, Mrs. Leathea Tyrell and Mrs. Dale Olson. Rio chapter held initiation Sept. 6. Five new members were initiated 'nto ' '-r,-;— - j. Kao- mi Hodges, accompanied by T rs. Reid ^ ion, past v--' ,, y i.^it^ons of Oneida c 1 . - . 1~\ sar j a song of ^.'iginal words to ""s. J n e \t- de'l, a ibe- - he blood bank committee of gnnd chap 4 who also was gucs' honor. Jim Anderso" served as g ..2st w.:'hy patron for initia''-\ Tal'.cs from 'V Fast were given by ' :r. and Mrs. Royal Litchfield, Mrs. Jt Azdell, J' ' h r. and Mrs. Pearl Dufiield. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! WIN TROPHIES-Don Oftedahl, left, presents trophies to winners of various classes of model car customizing. Next is Gordon Foster, 1072 Batcman, who won the "best of show" class, dragster senior division and full custom for all ages. Next is Rod Galloway, 1091 S. Chambers St., who won the moderate custom of all ages, and Bob Schwartz, 1429 Ottoson St., for first place in senior division moderate custom. The junior division ranged in age to 14 years, and senior division all ages above. 'Light' Nuclear Blast COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP)-Engineers at North American Aviation's Columbus Division have devised a method of producing a simulated nuclear explosion wi/h harmless light waves in order to study the effects of deadly thermal radiation on aircraft. The nuclear burst simulator is based on the principle of optics. A large globe made of milk glass is used to simulate the blast. A specially designed incandescent lamp is placed inside the globe and a long glass tube-like probe is used to represent the aircraft in the tests. By raising or lowering the globe, engineers can simulate explosions at any altitude. The glass probe can be moved to positions representing various altitudes and distances from the core of the blast. The probe is attached to a re- Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With More Comfort FASTEETH, a pleasant alkaline (non-acid) powder, holds false teeth more flrmly.To eat and talk In more comfort, Just sprinkle a little FAS- TEETH on your plates. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Checks "plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETH at any drug counter corder which registers the amount of light collected by the probe. Engineers than can determine mathematically the amount of radiation experienced. The Black Hills PASSION PLAY Sept. 29 & 30 Sunday Matinee at 2:30 p.m. Evenings — 8:00 p.m. Prices $1.60 - $2.20 - $2.75 Student Matinee MONDAY —12:45 p.m. Prices 75c Call or write for tickets Galesburg Register-Mail 140 S. Prairie 342-5161 But aren't all nylon carpets alike ? f I ! I I I I I 1 I I 1 No indeed! That's why we carry LEES LASTING STAR the first and the best carpet made with DuPont 501 nylon Lasting Star not only wears better, it looks better than run-of-the- mill nylon carpets for two very good reasons. First, 501 nylon is the first ever engineered especially for carpet use, in one long, strong, continuous filament that never can fuzz up into little dirt traps or broken, matted ends. Second, Lees gives this modern man-made fiber the same respectful care that's gone into every yard of carpet they ever made. Same number of painstaking inspections at every step of the way. Every one of... those heavenly carpets by Lees is registered by number for your protection. That's why Lasting Star is not like other nylon carpets. Durable! Won't shed! Won't mat! Resists stains and scuffs! And so easy to care for, you can go wild on color—the lightest, the brightest, even white! Naturally Lasting Star is mothproof, mildew-proof and non-allergenic. Truly a remarkable carpet. \ % I I I I f I

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