Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 18, 1963 · Page 5
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GALVA 324 Maui St RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent Phon* WE 2-2658 City Council Okays Request To Lift Street Parking Ban GALVA—After residents requested re-instatement of parking on the west side of Northeast Fourth Avenue from Northwest Fifth Street to Northwest Ninth Street, Galva City Council approved the measure Tuesday night. The parking ban was put into effect when a nursing home was located at. the end of the street, The council felt no parking on the west side of the street would relieve traffic congestion. But the nursing home is no longer at this site, and residents Thursday Nite SPECIAL! Roast Beef and Dressing Whipped Potatoes and Gravy, Buttered Vegetable, Sliced Tomatoes, Carrot Sticks. 75* Serving Starts 5:00 P.M. CARKYOUT ORDERS WELCOME! Knotty Pine Tap Phone 375-9319 WATAGA requested the parking be re-instated. City officials will take a look at a new" type of broom for the street cleaning machine Wednesday. Herman M. Brown of Milan will show the aldermen the broom at the street department shed at 4 p.m. Eye Land Annex Mayor James Young told. the council that he had received a request from the Industrial 75c Wednesday Night SPECIAL CHICKEN IN THE BASKET CLUB 34 Homer and Ruby Walker Roue 34 AIR CONDITIONED For Your Comfort ENTERTAINMENT direct from Philadelphia The Pat Booth Quartet featuring JODI JENKINS, Vocalist FRANK'S FALL FEATURE 4% 50 ssi COMPLETE STEAK DINNER Am Plaza to annex the land located west of the north south road to the city. Three conferences affecting city personnel will be held this month, the clerk informed the council. The Water Plant Operators Conference will be held in Springfield Oct. 8-9, the Sewage and Industrial Waste Works Operators Conference will be in Dixon Oct. 2, and the 50th annual conference of the Illinois Municipal League will be in Springfield Oct. 19-22. The clerk also announced to the council that oral arguments on dropping Burlington trains 36 and 12 (eastbound) and trains 11 and 35 (westbound) will be heard in Chicago Oct. 31 on the 19th floor of the Illinois Commerce Commission Building. It was reported that motor fuel tax for August amounted to $1,556.13, and the municipal tax for June amounted to $2,002.04. Bills approved by the council included: water works department, 666.67; sewer and street department, 2,197.67, and general fund, 2,623.88. Fine Is Imposed William D. Rossell, Henderson, was fined $10 and costs Tuesday night in Police Magistrate William Quinney's court for having excessive noisy mufflers. The ticket was issued Monday night. James L. Hardy, Kewancc, was ticketed Tuesday night for disorderly conduct and is slated to appear Sept. 27 at 7:30 p.m. BUNKO & CARD PARTY EAGLES CLUB N. Chamber! WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18 Price 35c — 7 'ill ?? Public Invited Beverly Callis Susan Dexter Shcryl Johnson Galva Queen Candidates Are Announced GALVA—One of five girls will become the football queen of Galva High School Friday night when the votes from the sale of season football tickets are counted. She will be crowned during the halftime of the Galva- Elmwood football game. The five girls were chosen by the members of the high school football team. The sale of tickets and the queen crowning is sponsored by the Galva Lions Club. The girls are Beverly Callis and Susan Dexter, seniors; Cheryl Johnson, junior; LeAnn Murray, sophomore, and Maty Johnston, freshman. RIB SHACK North on Roulo 150 Ribs, Beof, Chicken, Fried Chicken, Shrimp, Pizza, Sandwiches. Air Conditioned For carry out nervlce Call 342-2413 Open Daily ai 5 P.M. FOR economy-minded TRAVELERS / C H I C A C O Famous for Good Food Write for Folder No. 2 FREE BACON! FREE BACON! Bring Home the BACON from Your Own Service Station 3 BIG DAYS THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY, SEPTMBER 19-20-21 1 POUND BACON FREE With the Purchase of 10 Gallons or More of FS Gooline From Any FS Service Station in Knox County. THERE IS ONE NEAR YOU. Petcrson-Chism Galesburg Hanson's FS Ser Wataga Holmes' FS Ser. --Oneida Peterson-Chism ---.Knoxvilk Vollmar's FS Ser. Maquon Roberts FS Ser. Hermon Midway FS Ser Rio Lens FS Ser. Victoria Register for Free Hams donated by Knox County Farm Bureau, LcAnn Murray Mary Johnston HOSPITAL NOTES Cottajjc ADMISSIONS TUESDAY Mrs. Alice L. Wright, 1055 Jefferson St. Mrs. Sally A. Duncan, Toulon. Mrs. Ethel Baxter, Knoxville. Mrs. Pearl A. Moore, Gilson. Roy A. Burton, Ablnfidon. Mrs. Bertha N. Oberhtizer, Knox County Nursing Home. Chris A. Cooksey, 490 E. Second St. Mrs. Jo Ann Adams, 755 N. Cedar St . Mrs. Louise E. Swcdenberg, 1353 E. Losey St. Miss L. Frances Brockley, 350 Selclon St. Steven D. Shonkwiler, 1763 Willard St. Mark Eugene Lamb, 1019 Lancaster St. Mrs. Ruth L. Hayncs, Maquon. Paul C. Wilkins, 513 N. Henderson St. Mrs. Annnbcllc L. Van Fossen, 5R6 Clark St. Gerald W. Grimm, 1521 E. Losey St. Reed C. Kinney, Henderson. Carol L. Wilder. 144 S. Cedar St. Mrs. Bcttyc B. Munson. 1187 Park View Rd. DISMISSALS TUESDAY Gary D. Jacobs, Galesburg Route 3 Mrs. E. Lucille Conger, Maquon. Val E. Strode, Lake Bracken. Miss Charlotte Lamb, 1005 Lancaster St. Mrs. Carolyn A. Scott and baby. La Fayette. Mrs. Anne St. George, Galesburg Route 2. Mrs. Rose Marie Fay and baby, 1385 Lane Ave. David W. Anderson, Alpha. Walter E. Pont, Knoxville. Mrs. Ethel C. Kyle, Keithsburg. Mrs. M. Doris Schantz, 1008 E. Brooks St. Mrs. Fay Bolcn, Marietta. Mrs. Alice L. Wright, 1055 Jefferson St. Mrs.. Janet A. Mackenzie, Galva. Mrs. Mary K. Fox and baby, North Henderson St. Mrs. Carolyn K. Scott, Avon. Mrs. Dora L. Johnson and baby, Victoria. Sandra L. Reeves, Alexis. Don N. Zinmeister, 1661 N. Broad St. Kathy E. Fltzsimmons, lOfffl E. Brooks St. Mrs. Donald Hlndcrlitcr, Keithsburg. William J. Lcepcr, 89D Ohio Ave. Mrs. Ruth M. Cross, 163 Walnut Ave. Mrs. Glenn E. McCune, 1215 Arcadia Ave. DISMISSALS TUESDAY Alfred Button, Abingdon. John W. Cooley, R00 E. South St. Mrs. William J. Gebhardt,' Oneida. Mrs. Wayne Iccnoglc, Altona. Robert L. Kalb, Altonn. Raymond W. Lewis, Galesburg Route 3. Mrs. Ralph D. Ludlngton, Monmouth. Donald Patterson, 1264 W. Main St. Stanley C. Pumfrcy, DcLong. St. Mary's ADMISSIONS TUESDAY Steven D. Carter, 392 Columbus Ave. Mrs. Robert J. Davis, Abingdon. Mrs. Helen L. Tuggle, Knoxville. Damen Litscy, 427 N. Academy St. Mrs. Milton M. Stegall, Abingdon. Frank Stewart, Abingdon. Mrs. Louis R. Laughlln, Keithsburg. Mrs. Robert L. Thompson, Maquon. Mrs. Gunnard Swartz, 545 Churchill Ave. Mrs. John W. Martin, 849 S. Seminary St. Patrick B. Bradford, 1831 E. Main St. Rolland L. Kaser, DeLong. The Washington Senators have topped the million mark in attendance only once. They attracted 1,027,216 fans to their home park in 1946. THEATRE w ||Allf Rt - 34 West • Open flUwf 7:00 • Show at Dusk Jew Lewis MONEY Who's Got Action" at 7:30 "It's Only Money" at 9:10 MARTIN • TURNER WHOSGOTn THE ACTION- Solesburg Kegister-Mqtl, (jglesburg, III. Vy.ednesdQy l ,^pt^L8/J-9.63;.._.3_ Joe Grha, athletic tralnef at Ttardin-Simftions University for the past 15 years, fs the fathef of one-time big league pitcher Eli Gfba. 4 Golden Lion The Crystal Band PLAYING WEDNESDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 18. The Beck Bros. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS. GRACE and EARL Announcing Two New REAL ESTATE COURSES Course No. 1 Starts Monday Evening, September 30. A state-approved course. For men and women of all ages. Contains everything needed to become a successful real estate sales person. Sessions held every Monday evening for 16 weeks—from 7 to 10 o'clock. Real Estate Appraising Course Starts Wednesday Evening, October 2 This course contains sufficient subject matter to qualify men and women for the real estate appraising profession. Sessions will be held every Wednesday evening for 16 weeks. Ellery E. Lay, a prominent real estate broker and appraiser will teach these courses. Mr. Lay has taught our real estate courses for the past 8 years. Ask for course brochures giving information. Midstate College of Commerce 240 S.W. Jefferson Avenue, Peoria Pnoue 673 -125« Movie Calendar WfiDtttSDAY. tttt. tl OR*»H£UM: PT 109," 1:33, 4.00, 6:30 and 9 p.m. WEST: "Black Gold,' 1:30, 4:80 and 8:10 p.m.: "tstand of Love," 3:10. «:30 and 0:80 p.m. tJRtVfe -m: "Wh6's Got Action," 7:30; "ffs Only Money." 9:10. On« Complnto Showing Nightly. Ted Williams of the Boston Red Sox was the first batter to hit a ball over the right field pavilion at Tiger Stadium in Detroit. He did it in 1939 as a rookie. The fife ana drum were used to furnish music for the Continental Army. Everybody's Choice Par A Great Big Wonderful Time BOB HOPE LUCILLE BAIL "CRITIC'S CHOICE" SHOW STARTS 7:30 Adult* flflc Children 2S« THEATRE KNOXVILLE EARL OPF.N 1:15 HURRY ENDS THURS. The true story of Lt. John F. Kennedy's Incredible adventure in the South Pacific! CUFF ROBERTSON^ year's mo«t talked ibout rota! TYMARDIN-JAMES GREGORY- ROBERT CUIP-GRM WIUIUMS ^=»JACKLW «NR icSSYI5o5Jvw ^irsmTTBSfwsoH • mcharol mm • mifiRSi • rancour- nuvOT*S378& Starts PPinAYf 55 DAYS OF FLAMING ACTION, TITANIC ADVENTURE AND EXOTIC LOVE..: A SMASH! says famed columnist HEODA HOPPER SAMUEL BR0NST0N PRESENTS CHARLTON #fc AVA II OAVM) l.K »IMICD .r SUPER TECHNIRAMA TECHNICOLOR • StMMC FLORA ROBSON • JOHN IRELAND • HARRY ANDREWS • IE0 GENN • ROBERT HEMI • KURT MS2HA8 PAUL LUKAS-ELIZABETH SELURS - JACQUES SERNAS • JEROME TKOR-«aoDIM!TRI TIQMKIN PHILIP YORDAN«BERNARD GORDON • KVENIERO COLASANTItJOHN MOORE HOUR NICHOLAS RAY * twain SAMUEL 8R0NSI0N • m*™ AWED ARTISTS OPEN 1:15 W est HURRY ENDS THURS !2 BIG I HITS ! deadliest oil empire of all? LACK* ofimeT Starts FRIDAY!== DISNEY'S CREATEST HITS... 4 ? ; wait DiSNevr •Hi 'i Ma WHtWtt OotHkixMSa.il*. PLUS DISNEY FEATURETTEI TWO PRANKSTERS HAVE A FIELD DA Yl *8«sf Watt Disney YELLOWSTONE CUBS

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