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\1 Ggjesbura.Regisfer'MojJ./_(!klesbiirfl f ,, III, Tuesday,Sept J7* I?63 Plymouth Modifies Styles, Stresses Performance Cars Plymouth's 1964 models are designed to stress performance with a new look. y New styling and a wide choice of engines highlight the 1964 efforts for the car designers. Termed the most distinctive of the line is the two-door hardtop which has a completely new roof line. Length of all models is increased by one and a half inches, but width remains at 75 and a half inches. The six-cylinder engine has an increased compression ratio from 8.2 to 1 to 8.4 to 1. For conventional use, the standard V-8 with 318 cubic inches has a nine to 1 ratio. Three high-performance engines also will be available. There is the Commando 361 (numbers indicate displacement) Alpha Youths Join Campuses ALPHA — Young people from this community will attend the following colleges this fall: Gene Clarke, David Roller, Roger Miller, Gene Meridith, Ralph McLaughlin and Danny Carlson, Black Hawk Junior College, Moline; Sue and David Carlson, Mike Roller, Donald Johnston and Judy Bowman, University of Illinois, at Champaign. Jim Browning, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale; Clarence Nelson, Allied Institute of Technology, Chicago; Mary Carlson and Dennis Kelly, Western Illinois University, Macomb; Janet McLaughlin, Karen Bredburg, Sally Pople and Barbara Johnson, Illinois State Normal University, Normal; Diane Rice and Mike Edmund, Moline Institute of Commerce; Alice Fischer, Monmouth College and Richard Peterson, Augustana. Distinctive Flowers "styled to say it best" the new ANDERSON MAIN STREET Florist 312 E. Main Street L. E. Steller — Ted Ferris with a two-barrel carburetor and 9 to 1 compression ratio. The Commando 383 has a four-barrel carburetor, dual exhausts and a 10 to 1 ratio. The Commando 426 has a four-barrel carburetor, dual exhausts and 10.3 to 1 ratio. The top design by Plymouth for a competitive performance engine is the 426-III. This engine has two four-barrel carburetors, ram induction and compression ratios of 11 to 1 and 12.5 to 1. Other improvements include more head room, additional un- derhood splash shields, new automatic choke design and a new spark plug cable assembly. All models have a two-inch wider rear axle shaft, making the track 59.6 inches. Other new features are the four- speed transmission, which is floor m o u n t e d, an improved three-speed manual shift, electric push button windshield washer, and a remote control outside rear-view mirror. Plymouth will offer 26 models in seven body styles in its four series—Savoy, Belvedere, Fury and Sport Fury. The five-year or 50,000-mile warranty will be continued as introduced in 1963. The cars will go on display Friday. Murphysboro Party Greeted At Henderson HENDERSON - Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hawk and family and Mrs. Jake Hawk, of Murphysboro, spent Labor Day weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hawk. They all went to Oregon Sunday to visit Hawk's sister, Mrs. Arthur Lott, and family. Returning home with them was Hawk's niece, Miss Frances Lott. She had spent the past week with them and then accompanied Mrs. Hawk Sept. 9 to Jacksonville, where their son Ronald will attend the Illinois School for the Deaf. Mrs. Hawk and children drove Miss Lott to Oregon Tuesday. Frank Nelson attended the Midwest Old Settlers Threshers Association reunion at Mount Pleasant, Iowa, over the weekend. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! 1162 O.Ts Open Friday til 9 P.M. Open Monday 12 to 9 P.M. 11.99 Sizes 10-18 Terrific Tie-Up: The Wraparound And You Take ao extravagant measure of soft menswear wool- wrap it 'round into a swinging A-shape—then tie up the pretty package with a self-fabric belt. Dashingly huge patch pockets are for mad money or for just looking superbly nonchalant. Lined waist stays unrumpled all day long. SPORTSWEAR — STREET-FLOOR PLYMOUTH OFFERS 26 MODELS—Going on display Friday will be Plymouth's offerings for 1964. The designers will offer 26 models in seven body styles in four series. Increased head room, greater length and a wide choice of engines highlight the car choices. This Is the Sport Fury two-door hardtop, designed for the sports minded. Extra-Easy PRINTED PATTERN NOTE: Sand pattern order* direct to New York. Watch addrew below. Orders will NOT be accepted at Galeiburg newspaper office EXTRA-EASY! Sev this softly flared style in a lovely print to flatter the half-size figure. Add dress-up touch—pretty flower at WBiSt Printed Pattern 4521: Half Sizes 12'/ 2 , 14 VJ . 16'/ 2 , 18'/ 3 , 20i,fc, 22%. Size 16'/a requires 3'/ B yards 39-inch fabric. FlrTY CENTS m coins toi this pattern—add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, care of Gaiesburg Register- Mail. 411. Pattern Dept., 243 W 17th St., New Vork U. N Y Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE SIZE and STYLE NUMBER PATTERN • FREE I Mail coupon Inside new Fall-Winter Pattern Catalog, ready now I Over 300 design ideas, all sizes. Send 50 cents for Catalog. Ontario League Plans Activities ONEIDA—The Ontario Women's League met at the home of Mi's. Dorothy Swartout, with Mrs. Sidney Holt assistant hostess. The group finished their rugs in preparation for the bazaar. Bible study was by Leila Roberts. The treasurer, Nan Carlson, reported on the successful bake sale and ice cream social. Members are to meet at the church Sept. 19 at- 1:30 p.m. for a tour and a dessert luncheon. Plans were also made for a breakfast and bazaar at the church Oct. 3 at 9 a.m. PUBLIC NOTICE Notice of Proposed Changes in Schedule To Patrons of Illinois Power Company: The Illinois Power Company hereby gives notice to the public that it has filed with the Illinois Commerce Commission a proposed change in its rates for gas service in its entire service area and that said change involves elimination of the rate for dual fuel service. Cus, tomers now taking dual fuel service will be permitted to take full service under a new Rider B which provides the following: (1) the discount of 2c per therm on all over 30 therms per month will be continued through the 1963-1964 heating season for customers presently taking dual fuel service under Service Classifications 50 and 54. The discount will be reduced to l'/ac per therm during the 1964-1965 heating season and will be further reduced to 1c per therm during the 1965-1966 heating ing season. No discount will be allowed after the 1965-1966 heating season. (2) the limitation of the minimum bill to (a) $1.35 for Service Classifications 50 and 54 customers, and (b) $1.00 for Service Classifications 52 and 58 customers will be discontinued after the 1965-1966 heating season- The location and number of customers affected by the above change are as follows: Kewanee (1), Peru (1), Oglesby (2), Carlyie 13), Trenton (1), Highland (1). Belleville (16), Alorton (1), East St. Louis (16). Collinsville (8), Edwardsville (1), Granite City (5), Madison (2). Mt. Olive (1), Wood River (1). Cahokia (1), Shiloh (1), Gaiesburg (1) and Decatur (1). A copy of the proposed change in schedule may be inspected by any interested party at any business office of this company. All parties interested in this matter may obtain information with respect thereto either directly from this copany or by addressing the Secretary of the Illinois Commerce Commissions at Springfield, Illinois. ILLINOIS POWER COMPANY By: ALLEN VAN WYCK. President List Berwick Changes in Residence BERWICK - Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Smyers have moved to the former Sarah Neff property, which they purchased recently. Mr. and Mrs. Buel Mack and family have moved to their new home, which they purchased from Mrs. Stella Kirby. Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Jones and family of Moline, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stegall and family of Gaiesburg, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Claire Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Chellew of Taylorville, were weekend guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Smyers. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Jared and family of Moline, spent the weekend with Mr. : and Mrs. Lee Jared. Mr. and Mrs. James Conway, Rev. and Mrs. L. L. Newell, Arnold Pratt and Mr. and Mrs. Vance Eaton attended the Old Settlers reunion at Mount Pleasant, Iowa Sept. 5. Ralph Smith attended Sept. 7. David Mahoney of Monmouth, visited his grandmother, Mrs. Aleta Mahoney, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Jared and daughter of Monmouth called Sunday on Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jared. Gary Hull and Robert Newell attended the wedding of one of Hull's fraternity brothers at Kilborn Sunday. They also visited Newell's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Deener of Mason City. Mrs. Lee Jared and Terri, Mrs. John McVey, Teal and Tori, Mrs. Willard Wainman and Steve and Mrs. Lyman Inman attended a birthday party Monday for Scott Inman at his home in Gaiesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Simmons of California are visiting Simmons' brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Simmons, and other relatives. John Schisler is a patient at the Cottage Hospital. Vern Reynolds is a patient at St. Mary's Hospital. Menus Listed At Yorkwood YORKWOOD - Hot lunches have been arranged as follows in the Yorkwood School District: Sept. 18, Meat Loaf, Buttered Peas, Lettuce Salad,, Fruit; 19, Beef Stew, Golden Glo Salad, Do- Nut; 20, Toasted Cheese, Tomato Juice, Green Beans, Spice Cake; 23, Beef Noodles, Bean Salad, Peaches. 24, Maid-Rite on Bun, Buttered Corn, Butterscotch Pudding; 25, Chicken and Biscuits, Apple and Cabbage Salad, Fears; 26, Luncheon Meat Slices, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, Spinach, Fruit Cock- tall; 27, Escalloped Potatoes and Ham, Tomatoes, Buttered Peas, Jello. Bread, butter and milk are available with meals. READ THE WANT ADS! Author Only Feels Candid, Is Not Angry By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) - "I've been called an angry, middle-aged man," said Irwin Shaw, lighting up a four -bit cigar. "But I don't feet angry. I just feel candid." At SO, Shaw has made his first real change of profession since he started banging away at the typewriter when he was 13. He became a producer in self-defense after a long one-man war against Hollywood moguls who tampered with his screenplays. His first production is "In the French Style," which he wrote himself. "I also produced it myself to be sure that the mice didn't nibble away at the script," he said. "Film people get very careless of a script if the author isn 't around, or if he has no authority. Everybody can be a writer once he has a script already written that he can change." The chunky, grizzly haired author, who now lives in Switzerland, said he felt like a stranger in the big city where he first won fame in the 1930s. "I don't like cities any more," he said. "They wear me down. The city is a vast centrifuge whirling faster than the speed of sound. Everything is supersonic. "But I remember those days— the 1930s— with-a great fondness. They were years of ferment and political hopefulness. "Everybody was insecure —so everybody felt secure. There wasn't so much money around, so nooody ^ared too much about it. They didn't worry about their old age as they do now. And they seemed more generous then.'* It was in 1936 that Shaw wrote his first hit -play, "Bury the Dead." In a single week during that period, he also turned out two tales for the New Yorker magazine that gained him a reputation as a master of the short story. He has written several more plays, a number of novels — notably "The Young Lions"—and SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox "Well, I guess I 'd beter hang up, Grace. I think Tail about to be hounded for the phonei" 15 or 20 film scripts, most of which he doesn't care to remember. At present he has a travel book and another collection of short stories on the fire. Shaw is a man of tremendous gusto, and to him the meaning of life boils down to one — adventure. President Ulysses S. Grant signed the bill creating Yellowstone National Park on March 1, 1872. 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