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Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, September 17, 1963
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6 (gatesbura RgglsttfrMajl,GdlesburQ, Tuesday, Sept. 17, 1963 GALVA 324 Main St RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent Phone WE 2-2658 Board Studies Suggestions By Group for School Unit GALVA—Members of District 224 school board convened Tuesday night to discuss a tentative citizens report containing various recommendations for school system. Supt. Milo Watson said today that the school directors were 111 1 • •• "• | familiarized with the report and Horse Show Sponsored At Cambridge • CAMBRIDGE - The Rough Aiders 4-H Club Horse Show and trail ride held Sunday at the Dr. NViUiam Munson farm, cast of Cambridge, produced the following winners (in order of first three places): Pony Class — Chris Anderson, Galva and Cheryl Gustafson and Rocky Melton of Cambridge. Barrel race — Bon Porter, Tou- ioa; Tip Price, Milan; Tom Keed, Cambridge. Junior musical chair — Larry Ptahl, Kewanee, Carl and Chris Anderson, of Galva. Senior musical chair — Price, Milan; Judy Anderson, Cambridge; Harry Wallace, Galva. Junior western horse — Chris Anderson; Shirley Melton, Cambridge, and Sherry Countryman, Orion. Senior western horse — Julie Oleon, New Windsor; Marion Stroud, Woodhull, and Bill Heck, Cambridge. Flag race — Tip Price; Bill Price, Toulon, and Terry Reed, Cambridge. Junior western horsemanship — Chris Anderson; Donnie Stroud, Woodhull, and Judy and Mary Anderson, of Cambridge. Rescue race — Tip Price, Jack Tracy, Galva; Earl Tracy, Wyoming, and Bud Verscheure, East Moline. Marvin Countryman of Orion and Marvin Melton of Cambridge were the judges. New Fire Rig Is Initiated in Toulon Alarm TOULON — The Toulon Volunteer Fire Department had occasion Saturday evening to initiate its new fire truck when members were called to the home of Marion Frail on North Franklin Street. A box of trash in the basement had ignited, and, although there was no fire damage, there was considerable smoke damage. that a final draft will be presented to the board at a later date for consideration. Board members discussed the tentative report with representatives of the executive committee of the citizens group. The study, Watson said, has been in progress since last November. Such areas as curriculum, future growth of the district using projected enrollment figures, and the financial situation were studied and recommendations made by the committee. The purpose of last night's session was to make sure that the board had a clcarcut understanding of the report, Watson said. Teen Dance Slated Members of the Beta Sigma Phi will sponsor a teen record dance Friday night at the former Anderson Buildling. The dance will be held in honor of the new football queen who will be crowned at the halftime of the Galva-Elmwood football game Friday night. Dancing will be from 10 to 11:30 p.m. The sorority will present the queen a gift. MC0IY ON Motorist Arrested Eman D. Dejnozka, Galva Route 1, was ticketed Monday night for excessive speed on Northeast Second Avenue. He was ordered to appear Sept. 27 at 7:30 p.m. in police court. Plan Adult Dance The next adult dance at Lake Calhoun will be held Sept. 28. The music will be furnished by Chuck Orwig and his band, with dancing from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Clucas, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Cromein, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Johnson Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Glasnovich are in charge of arrangements. Cancerous Baby Back Home With Hopeful Mother PEORIA, 111. (AP)—A hopeful mother was back home today, her spirits buoyed by a New York doctor's report that radiation treatments may save the sight of her 10 -month-old son. "The doctors are very optimistic that he has responded to treatment," Mrs. Wade Whitten, 33, said Monday night when she arrived from New York with the boy, Geoffrey. The baby underwent three weeks treatment of his cancerous remaining eye in the Institute of Opthalmology of Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center. The baby lost his left eye to cancer earlier. Three Responses To Convention By OSWALD JACOBY Newspaper Enterprise Assn. There are two main versions of Stayman, forcing and non- forcing, respectively. In forcing Stayman the bidding must continue to two no-trump or higher. In non-forcing Stayman it may stop anywhere from two diamonds on up. Jacoby-Stayman is strictly of the non-forcing variety. The two club response is artificial as in all forms, but the opener must respond as follows: a. Two spades with four or more spades. b. Two hearts with four or more hearts and less than four spndcs. c. Two diamonds with any other Ciolding. Playing Jacoby-Stayman, North has no problem in responding to his partner's no-trump. He bids two clubs and plans to pass ir- WEST NORTH 4Q109 V 9653 • AQJfl • 74 EAST 17 *K73 *J652 VAQ7 V 1084J • 842 4>K53 + 10 8 5 3 +96 sotmi (D> * A84 VKJ 4 10 9 7 • AKQJ2 Both vulnerable South West North East 1N.T. Pass 2* Pass 2 • Pass 2 N.T. Pass 3N.T. Pass Pass Pas* Opening lead— A 3 READ THE WANT ADS! CLUB 34 North of Galaiburg on Wataga Rd. SERVING DINNERS NIGHTLY •taalu, Chickan, Saa Food SPECIAL FRIDAY NITE CATFISH PLATE - $1.25 Featuring Organ Muslo Nightly HOMER At RUBY WALKER, Owners Phone 343-S573 Former Peorian Sent to Prison At Hot Springs HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (UPI) Dr. Richard M. Rutledge, formerly of Peoria, 111., has been sentenced to five years in prison on each of two counts of abortion. He was also fined $1,000. Garland Circuit Judge P.E. Dobbs made the sentences run concurrently and suspended three years of the time, which will make Rutledge eligible for parole after 18 months. Dobbs delivered the sentence Monday after considering doctors' recommendations about Rutledge's physical condition. Rutledge's nurse, Mrs. Helen Kelso, was handed a five-year suspended sentence and fined $500. Realtors Board New Target of Negro Pickets PEORIA, 111. (AP)—The office of the Peoria Board of Realtors is a new target of Negro demonstrators in Peoria, who contend there is discrimination in housing in the city. About 20 demonstrators paraded on the sidewalk Monday in front of the building where the board's offices are located. The board also was picketed Friday, Another group of demonstrators Monday staged a sit-in at offices of the Commercial National Realty Co, respective of his partner's answer. East and West can make three clubs, but it is rather difficult for either of them to get into the bidding against the opening no- trump. There is no defense against two spades. In the actual play South ruffed the opening club lead in dummy and led a low diamond to his king. West won with the ace and shifted to a trump. East cashed the ace and led back another trump. South cashed the queen of diamonds and ruffed a diamond. He hoped to set up two diamond tricks in dummy, but when the suit failed to break South had to content himself by ruffing one more club with dummy's last trump and winding up with exactly eight tricks. Judge Denies Acquittal for Union Officers DENVER (AP)--A defense mo Hon for acquittal <A seven pres ent and former officers of the International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers was denied Monday in their trial on charges of filing false non-Communist affidavits. Two are from Illinois. The seven are accused of making false statements to the National Labor Relations Board. Judge Alfred A. Arraj of U.S. District Court denied defense lawyers' claims that evidence was insufficient to warrant continuing the trial. The motion followed introduction of all defense testimony. The prosecution rested ear- "ier. Judge Arraj ruled there was sufficient evidence against each defendant individually and as a group for the case to go to the jury. Among the defendants are Raymond B. Dennis, 52, of Chicago, and Jesse R. Van Camp, 55, of Danville, 111. ?•: -4''"//' /////; The hop plant is a long-lived herbacious perennial whose rough twining stems sometimes reach 25 feet in length. Young hop vines always wind in a clockwise direction, and have been observed to grow more than six inches in 24 hours. Hops have been used in brewing for over 1200 years. READ THE WANT ADS! Police Recover Coins Stolen In Tavern Theft DECATUR, 111. (AP) — George Bennett, a bartender at the El Roa Inn in nearby Maroa, supplied police with three big clues after burglars rifled the tavern cash register. Among coins taken, he reported, were his private rare coin collection he had kept in a compartment of the cash register. His collection, he said, included an 1852 dime, an 1858 penny and an 1867 nickle, semi-valuable coins. A few hours after the burglary Monday, police in nearby Clinton, 111., seized William R. Hall, 20, and Larry David Boyer, 18, both of Decatur. They said they found a paper bag in Hall's car containing $86.20 in change. The youths were charged with burglary atfer coins bearing the dates Bennett listed were found in the bag. Recognizes Malaysia WASHINGTON (UPI) - The United States has formally recognized the world's newest nation, the Federation of Malaysia. The State Department said Monday that the presence of Undersecretary of State U. Alexis Johnson as President Kennedy's special representative at the inaugural ceremonies "is an indica' tion of the importance we attach to the Federation of Malaysia and a sign of our recognition of the new government." SEA TROVE — Diver Lennart Carlbom displays a trophy from an underwater safari — a 300- pound gilded lion emblem from the hulk of the ancient ship Vasa, in Stockholm harbor. The Swedish craft foundered as she began her maiden voyage in 1628. SUSIE'S Steakhouse WILL BE CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE Due to illness of Sue T. Chin. Susie thanks ill his friends for everything. The National Restaurant In Roseville wishes to announce that we will be serving Chuckwagon Dinners on Wednesday, Friday and Satur* day evenings • •.. • All you can eat for • buck. Sunday Buffet Dinners served from 11:00 A.M. Till 8:00 P.M. Restaurant ROSEVILLE/ ILLINOIS Livestock Feeders Hear Congressman Cong. Robert McLoskcy of the 19lh District spoke to members and guests of the Henry County Livestock Feeder's Association Sept. 13 in the Gruey Memorial Library, Cambridge. McLoskey told of the difficul ties of getting legislation to limit the imports of meat introduced into the House of Representatives because of the control that van ous committees hold on such leg islation. The congressman com' mented about the exceptional work done in Washington by representatives of the National Live stock Feeders Association. McLoskcy said, "Since the rejection of governmental controls in the wheat referendum, Congress is beginning to realize that agriculture is an important part of our economy." He also said, "I think it is time politicians begin to think about what is right or wrong, rather than what is too ar right or left." Before McLoskey spoke, Dale Weber, secretary-treasurer of the HCLSFA, told the 125 present about the association's drive for new members, which will last until the end of October. Flames Damage joybean Plant At Decatur DECATUR, 111. (UPI) - Fire swept the first two floors of the Archer-Daniels - Midland soybean processing plant here Monday, causing damage estimated at $50,000. No one was reported injured. A second floor laboratory was extensively damaged and three explosions blew out a side wall of the building. Ireland Sends Gifts DUBLIN (UPI) — Irish President Eamon de Valera will present two young deer to Caroline Kennedy and a jumping pony to her brother, John, it was announced today. The deer were obtained from the Zoological Society of Ireland and the pony was selected by the Irish Department of Agriculture. BUSHNELL. 620 VV. Hurst SU Buihnell. Phone Bushaell 519 COTtMfOSdMt tt. istaart BHllfcati School PTA Meeting Fixed BUSHNELL - The Bushnell High School Unit of PTA will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the high school for its first Session of the new school year. The Bushnell Assembly of Rainbow Girls will meet Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the Masonic Hall. The Women's League of the Presbyterian Church will meet HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage ADMISSIONS MOKDAY Patty L. Hurlbutt, Gatva. Mrs. Jessie A. Nesbit, 532 Arnold St. Mrs. Edith M. Davis, Scaton. Mrs. Shirley J. Thomas, Roseville, Leonard Hoach, 243 S. Pearl. Mrs. Margaret L. McElfresh, 401 N. Prairie. Jack L. Smith. 134 S. Cedar. Mrs. Ella J. Wall, Knoxville. Kelly O. Jones, Monmouth. Mrs. Gladys M. Wherly, 564 N. Seminary. Mrs. Judith K. Pinchley, 130 N. Archer. Richard R. Doty. 641. N. Academy. John O. Talberg, Altona. Fred E. Wilkes, 182 N. Chambers. Perle L. Graham, Knox County Home, Knoxville. Mrs. Sue M. Block, Gilson. Charles R. Morrison, 688 S. Henderson. Mrs. Anna E. Cockran, Kimberly TCTTflCG John E. Loy, 871 E. South St. Emery J. Norvell, Galva. DISMISSALS MONDAY Mrs. Clara B. Guthrie, Scnrader Nursing Home, N. Cherry St. Thomas B. Johnson, 1591 Meadow Drive. Monya Sue Wade, 106 Third St. Mrs. Lois P. Greer, Seaton. Mrs. Roberta J. Lenz, Knoxville. Robert L. Lewis, Abingdon. Archie Guenther, 734 Florence. Douglas E. Stambaugh, 800 N. Washington. Michael V. Goodson, Abingdon. Mrs. Theda Hall, WUliamsfield. MOON MAN — Tabbed to head America's $20-$40 billion Apollo Project, designed to land men on the moon by 1970, is Dr. George E. Mueller, vice president of Space Technology Laboratories. Mueller, 40, will take over NASA's Office of Manned Space Flight on Sept. 1, succeeding resigning D. Brainerd Holmes. St. Mary's ADMISSIONS MONDAY Peggy Ann and Linda L. Dunn, 1246 Grand Ave. Booker L. Jackson, 936 W. Berrien St. Mrs. Harvey C. Brock, Abingdon. Mrs. Terry L. Albert, Monmouth. Nola J. Garrigan, Galva. WUliam G. < Daniels, 697 Lawrence Ave. Mrs. William T. Boynton, 1707 N. Cherry St. Mrs. Bruce B. Stuart, Windcrest Acres. Mrs. Katherine L. Taylor, Galesburg Route 1. Mrs. Richard L. Rigg, 544 W. South St. Mrs. Riley W. McNaught, Galva. Robert L. Kalb, Altona. DISMISSALS MONDAY Mrs. Serena D. Briton, Abingdon. Mrs. Roy R. Carlson, 402 W. South St. Sherman Christofferson, 1477 Moshier Ave. Robert Colwell, Abingdon. Mrs. Hester Davis, 551 Matthews St. James F. Folwy, 1518 E. Knox St Mrs. Bertha S. Garrett, 340 N. Broad St. Mrs. Bruce T. Hannam, 922 Maple Ave. Leo H: Imel, 240 S. Henderson St David A. Jenkins, Abingdon. Victor Jones, Galesburg Route 3. Mrs. Stanley R. Lewis, Abingdon. Melvin Matson, 526 Maple Ave. Frank J. Pilkington, 470 W. Brooks St. Warren Ray, 376 S. Seminary St. Pamela Sue Rowe, 46 Aliens Ave. Mrs. Fred Schulz, Elmwood. Mrs. Omer Shaw, Abingdon. Loretta A. Sweeney, 650 Monmouth Blvd. Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at the church. Worship service will be in charge of Mrs. James Walton. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Mahlon Newton, secretary of world service department in the Monmouth Presbyterial. Movie Calendar ^ TUESDAY, Sfi«»T. 1? ^ ORPMEUM; "PT 109," 1:35, 4.-00, 6:30 and 3 p. m. WEST: "Black Gold," 1:30, 4:50 and 8:10 p. rrt.; "Island of Love," 3:10. 6:30 and 9:50 p. m. DBIVE IN: "Last Train from Gun Hill," 7:30; "Gunfight at O.K. Corral," 9:10. One complete showing nightly. Bushnell News Notes The members of the Ave Maria Study Club and their husbands held a picnic supper Sunday at Argyle State Park. Upon returning to Bushnell, a social evening was held at the home of Mrs. Veronica Weber. The subject for consideration this year will be the sacramentals and the externals of the church. Ross Varner entered the University Hospital at Iowa City last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Furniss were in Monroe, Wis., Sunday to visit his brother Vein, who is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ewan have returned from a trip to Wyoming and Colorado. They visited with their son, Dr. George Ewan and family of Sheridan, Wyo. Cindy Ross, Patty Mitchell, Lynn Brillhart and Karen Aten were callers at the home of Shirley Camp Sunday. Marriage License Issued at Toulon TOULON — A marriage license was issued in the office of Stark County Clerk James T. Jackson to Andron E. Cross and Jane Louise Ogburti, both of Wyoming. RIB SHACK Notlh on Roula ISO Ribs, Beat, Chickan, ft ltd Chicken, Shrimp, PUia, Bind* wl£h«t. Air Conditioned Fo» earfy oul satrle* Call 342-2419 Open Dally ai 5 P.M. 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