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New District 205 Teachers JAMES REED is a new teacher of fifth and sixth grades at Coldbrook School. He attended Eastern University at Charles* ton, and is working toward his degree. He b a resident of Galesburg. MRS. JAMES REED Is teach, lag physical education at Lorn* bard and Churchill Junior high Schools. She holds a B.S. degree from Northeast Missouri State Teachers' College at Kirksville, Mo., and Is a native of Mattoon. MISS SHELIA GRONE is a new third grade instructor at Allen Park School. She holds a B.S. degree from Western Illinois University at Macomb, and is a resident of Galesburg. Reapportionment Chances Better, Commission Says SPRINGFIELD (UPI) — A commission to reapportion Illinois House districts may settle a controversial issue of "overlapping" districts in Cook County next week, its spokesmen said Tuesday. The question of Cook County districts has been a major area of disagreement among Democrats and Republicans on the-reapportionment commission. Republicans hold for the "one, two, three" re­ map formula. They claim the constitution clearly divides the state into three separate areas — the city of Chicago, the rest of Cook County, and the rest of the state. These areas may not overlap, Republicans say. Democrats have wanted a map that would allow some districts in Cook County to overlap to include sections of Chicago and of the suburbs. Would Cut Loss • Because of a population shift to the suburbs, the city of Chicago probably will lose two districts. Democrats feel they could cut their loss of seats in the House by offsetting heavy Republican suburban areas with heavily Democratic areas in the city. George Dunne, spokesman for Republicans on the re-map commission, said he thought the issue could be settled next week. "Personally, I can buy a map with this one, two, three plan," Dunne said. ' Dunne, a member of the Cook County Board of Commissioners, was asked if Chicago Mayor Richard Daley would accept such a map. Dunne answered, "I think eventually Mayor Daley will accept a map that is one, two, three." > Republican spokesman Fred Gurley said he felt "considerable optimism" that the remap group would succeed in its task of redistricting the state by constitu­ tional formula. Both spokesmen agreed that the meetings must remain closed to the press and to the public. If the discussions were open, Dunne said, members would be swamped with "letters, requests, phone calls and everything. We'd never get anything done." The two spokesmen said Tuesday that the discussion centered around downstate maps submitted by each party. Neither would say if the proposals broke Lake County into two districts or left it as one. Gurley said discussions so far had been about southern areas and had not progressed to consideration of Lake and Du Page counties. Could Be Split Each county now is only one district. However, both counties have large enough populations to allow them to be split into two districts under the constitutional reapportionment formula. Gov, Otto Kerner vetoed a Republican reapportionment bill that made two districts out of Du Page County but left Lake County as one district. In Kerner's veto message, he cited the Lake County situation as a major "inequality" in the GOP bill. He pointed out that several districts in Southern Illinois had less than half the population of Lake County. Neither man would comment on a plan by House Speaker John Lewis for a special legislative session to pass a law allowing the commission to go directly to the state Supreme Court for rulings on constitutional questions The proposed overlapping of Cook County was one of the ques tions involved in the Lewis plan. Appoint Indiana Man Social Security Head at Galesburg Bill D. Tipsword has been appointed Social Security district manager in Galesburg, effective Sept. 30. The announcement was made by Melville H. Hosch, regional director of the U. S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Chicago. Tipsword has been assistant manager of the Bloomington, Ind., Social Security district office the past three years. He has also worked in the Joliet and Peoria Social Security district offices. Native of Decatur He was born in Decatur, HI., and is a graduate of Asbury College, Wilmore Ky., with a degree of bachelor of psychology. He has continued his education in the field of business administration at Indiana University. Tipsword and his wife, Virginia, have a 16-month-old son, Douglas Scott. In Succeeds Hutchison coming to the Galesburg office, Tipsword succeeds Arthur H. Hutchison, whose advancement to the district managership at Quincy was announced last week by the HEW department. Mr. and Mrs. Hutchison expect to move their household effects next week to Quincy, from their present residence, 579 W. Losey St. READ THE WANT ADS! 1c SUNDAE SALE BUY ONE At REGULAR Price end GET ONE FOR lc THURSDAY & FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 19-20 4 Dairij Queen AS LONG AS SUPPLY LASTS Henderson and Losey Grand and Farnham Tipsword Fined at Alpha ALPHA—Herbert W. Dillon of Tecumseh, 57, was brought into police magistrate court of George W. Kelly, Alpha Tuesday on a charge of speeding. He was fined $7 and costs. Arrest was made by state troopers. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! SUGAR FREE less than PER 6 Ft. OZ. Knox County Coal Tonnage Hits 157,119 Knox County, with three mines in operation during August, produced 157,119 tons of coal or nearly 44.00Q tons more than for July. Pulton County led all area mines in production for August with 468,595 tons. Knox County during July recorded 113,271 tons mined, and 200,315 during August a year ago. Fulton County with 11 mines in operation, recorded 292.681 tons for .Inly and 463,70" for August a year ago. In July, nine mines were operating, and during August a year ago, 10. Henry County, with one mine operating, recorded 8,168 tons for August, 4,166 for July and 8,311 in August a year ago. Mercer County's one mine recorded 4,500 tons for August, 2,200 for July, and 5,009 a year ago. With three mines operating in August, Peoria County recorded 71,481 tons, during July with four mines, 50,171, and with five mines a year ago, 76,547. Stark County's one mine excavated 27,287 tons during August, 18,836 during July, and 42,758 during August a year ago. Williamson County, with 16 mines, lead all counties in the state in production for the month with 561,477 tons of coal excavated. Fulton County was fourth in the state in production. A total of 44 strip mines during August recorded 2,289,009 tons of coal as compared to 38 underground mines with 2,116,880. Total production for the month was 4,405,889 tons. Enrollments Increase at Universities Enrollment at the University of Illinois for the 1963-64 year has already reached a record high, and it appears the same thing may occur at Western Illinois University at Macomb. At the close of regular regis tration Saturday, Dean C. W. Sanford said 25,175 students had enrolled, the first time the 25,000 figure had been topped at the U. of I. This is the fifth con secutive year the enrollment has set a new record. At the same time last year, the number of students totaled 23,760, thus the 1,415 increase amounts to 5.96 per cent. San ford expects late registration to swell the final count to about 25,600. Official total last year was 24,169. At Macomb, Western Illinois University expects more students than ever in its 63-year-old his tory. Already 1,500 freshmen have registered, and another 1,000 were formally accepted by the school. President A. L. Knoblauch addressed a gathering of new stu dents and parents Sunday and Monday he spoke to the incoming students alone. He said that some 4,200 1963 high school graduates applied to the University for acceptance. Quincy Chamber Group Confers In Galesburg A 5-man delegation from the Quincy Chamber of Commerce met with representatives of the local Chamber at the Custer Inn Tuesday to learn business promotion techniques and problems in Galesburg. The Quincy group is spending three days meeting with Chamber representatives in half a dozen downstate cities of comparable size. Heading the local representatives was Leo Stein, chairman of Downtown Retailers Association steering committee, a Chamber affiliate. Thomas Herring, city manager, participated to answer questions concerning traffic and parking. &o lesbu rg Reg i ster-Mo i f , Go fesburg, f ff. W <3efrt #sdby, Sept. 18, 1963 3 [Kennedy GoCSlTraWk Toll in Bottled by CANADA DRY BOTTLING CO. Galesburg, 111. ELLESON'S BAKERY 144 E. 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Seven of the victims were killed In three separate collisions of automobiles with trains. There have been 1,323 fatalities so far this year. At the same point last year, traffic accidents had taken 1,235 lives. Cook County had 10 deaths last week and (here were 4 in Coles County. Pulaski County h a d 3 deaths and there were 2 each in Piatt and Will counties. Counties with one death each were Boone, Fayette, Ford. Green, Hardin, Jefferson, Kankakee, McLean, Mercer, Montgomery, St. Clair, Scott, Shelby and Winnebago. Larson Named To Four State Commissions State Sen. Richard R. Larson (R-Galesburg) has been notified by Sen. Arthur Bidwill (R-Rlver Forest), president pro tempore of the senate, of his appointment, to four commissions, Larson was reappointed to the Wealth Not All LONDON (UPI) - The marquis of Aylesbury was reported today to have rejected a bid by an oil firm that wanted to drill wells on his land in the Savernake forest at Marlborough. 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