Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 18, 1963 · Page 24
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, September 18, 1963
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* 20,000 MEGATONS 38,400 MEGATONS (2,000 lO-megoton bombs carried by 720 1 -47$, lift, end 80 supersonic l-58f, right.) 630 MEGATONS 680 MEGATONS 120 MEGATONS 115 MEGATONS (1,60024-megoton bombs carried by 630 l*52i.) 400 MEGATONS (126 Atlas missiles with 5-megaton warheads.) (68 Titan missiles with 10-megaton Warheads.) (150 Minuteman missiles with 800-kiloton warheads^ (144 Polaris missiles with 800-kiloton war* htodsj (400 Hound Dog air-to-ground missiles carrying 1- megaton warheads.) AMERICA'S MIC ARSENAL The atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima in 1945 was equal to about 20,000 tons of TNT. Today the United States could deliver over three million times that much destructive- power with just its strategic bombers and missiles (shown in photographs). In addition, thousands more warheads are available for field use. In all, it is estimated the U.S. has an arsenal of 33,000 nuclear warheads. Most of them—about 25,000—are tactical, designed for use in small, mobile rockets or atomic cannon with explosive potentials of one kilo* ton or less (1 kiloton equals 1,000 tons of TNT; one megaton equals 1 million tons). Girls Group At Kirkwood Picks Officers KIRKWOOD — Miss Suzie Bryant was elected worthy adviser at the stated meeting of Kirkwood Assembly No. 94, Order of the Rainbow for Girls, at the Masonic Temple Tuesday. Other line officers elected were Cheryl Pape, worthy associate advisef; Nancy Haben, charity; Mary Lynn Hall, hope, and Alice Young, feith. Installation for these officers and the appointive officers will be held Saturday at 8 p.m. Kirkwood Briefs Miss Nancy Rhinehart, who had been a patient at Monmouth Hospital, was able to return home Monday. The following relatives spent the weekend in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Easley, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Henderson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Sanberg and family: Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Easley and Mrs. Percy Engel, D u n n e 11, Minn.; Mrs. Darrell Worthley, Diana and David, Sherburn, Minn.; Miss Anita Engel, St. Paul, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Seth Easley, Inglewood, Calif. Easley's sister, Mrs. Phoebe Lawyer of Quincy, Wash., and sons, Mark of Industry and Kelly and wife of Adair, spent Sunday in the Glenn Sanberg home to visit the relatives who had all gathered there for the day. Mr. and Mrs. Seth Easley will visit in Kirkwood for the next 10 days. Unwanted Catch KEY WEST, Fla. (AP)-Gainey Maxwell's fishing technique is for the birds. The Key West fishing guide baited a hook for a customer and cast toward a school of tarpon. Before the bait reached the water, a pelican swooped down and took it. Firmly snagged, the big bird was landed, relieved of the hook and released. It has been estimated that each cubic mile of sea water contains three tons of nickel. OUR ANCESTORS by Quincy "Wouldn't you know! Just at the cocktail hour!" What's My Name? WAUKEGAN, 111. (AP)-Waukegan's first and only alderwom- an was elected as Mrs. Ann Christensen; then married Daniel L. Decar. Question! Should she answer as Mrs. Christensen or Mrs. Decar? Corporation Counsel Murray Conzelman was given time to draw up a resolution legally changing her name for council business to Mrs. Decar. READ THE WANT ADS! Jerry's Superette 8 A.M. BERRIEN OPEN 7 and CHAMBERS DAYS A WEEK 8 P.M. BOILED HAM««»««- , 89c SLICED BACON ££?.—.- ., 29c CUBE STEAK u ° n ' Tender lb 79c SAUSAGE H ° me M ° de — 3 ,b$ $ 1.09 GROUND BEEF W 3 »- $ 1.09 DRIED BEEF 4«» $ L00 HP • Red Delicious DnnlniP Ye,|ow Dtiwoyt fflDDIKS S «l BM^^P^^PSM^^Bw | n Ypg r Containtr $998 mm BU. JsVPPLcS Some as obov© 3 lbs. A ^wC m • ' m • i nsiBBiiSF mw mm -w mv We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities. IF YOU CANT FIND IT ILSiWHIRI — TRY JIRRY 'S FREE DELIVERY TWICi DAILY on $3,00 or More Order. Rioans Attend Dealers Meeting RIO — Mr. and Mrs. Beecher Sexton attended the hardware dealers show at the Burlington Memorial Auditorium. On Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. David Smith of Little York, called on their daughter, Mrs. Roger Loveridge, and an aunt Mrs. Ira Gardner of Monmouth, was a guest. Mrs. Wallace Flack held a cookout at her home for her son Bill who later left for Urbana to resume classes at the University of Illinois. Present were Mr. and Mrs. David Flack and Monty and Steven Flack. Mrs. Jennie Mae Clague and her mother, Mrs. Nettie Thorp, visited at the home of Mrs. Thorp's sister Mrs. Tillie Brown, Woodhull, Sept. 8. Biggsville Youths Advance Studies BIGGSVILLE — Young people from this community attending school elsewhere are: Carolyn Detrick, Carl Detrick, Dick Bertelson, Joan Woods, Karna Foster, Gary Meyer and Nancy Shaner, Western Illinois University, Macomb; Reed Beal and Patricia Dixon, University of Illinois; Patricia Smith, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale; Priscilla Saben, Illinois State, Normal; Martha Watson, Illinois Wesleyan, Bloomington; Harold Watson, Northwestern University, Evanston. Betty Salyers, senior nurse at Methodist Hospital, Peoria; Suzanne Danielson, nurses training at Moline Lutheran Hospital, Peoria; Sharilyn Rankin, nurses training at Burlington Hospital; Sharon Scott, Colorado State, Greeley, Colo.; James Hutchinson, Monmouth; Stephen Griffitt, Charles Liston, James Trone, College of the Ozarks, Clarksville, Ark.; Edith Renken and Frank Jones, Burlington Business College. Midkdberrvfe PORK SAUSAGE Doggone! GRIFFIN, Ga. (AP) - A new push-button spray produced by a local firm is stopping ferocious dogs in their tracks, with no lingering ill effects. The product is composed of oleoresin capsicum, the most active ingredient of cayenne pepper, in a base of light mineral oil. It is squirted in a stream that reaches 15 feet and creates a temporary burning sensation in the eyes, nostrils or mouth. Discovered by two professors at the University of Georgia, the repellent has been recommended for anyone coming in contact with vicious dogs — postmen included. Kan smts Honored at New Windsor NEW WINDSOR - An afternoon party honoring Mrs. Mabel Briggs of Inman, Kan., and her daughter Mrs. Duane Moubray of McPherson, Kans., was held Tuesday at the home of Mrs. L. L. Wallin. Relatives of the couple who attended were Mrs. Forrest McKcy and son Tod of Woodhtill, Mrs. George Kclley of Alpha, Mrs. Paul Briggs and Mrs. Donald Gould of Ophiem, Mrs. John V. Carlson, Mrs. Vern Bangston, and Mrs. Gus Chilberg and Mrs. Elder Johnson of New Windsor. Supper Guests Mr. ami Mrs. Chester Gnbricl- son of Lynn Center, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Rilea and family were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Raymond at their home at Lake Bracken, Galesburg. Oquawkans Attend Rodeo OQUAWKA — Among those who attended the Rodeo at Fort Madison Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barron, Mrs. Maude Dav- cn|)ort, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parsons and son Shane, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tidd, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Simpson, Mrs. Betty Shinberger and family, Miss Lynn Gay and Mrs. Juanita Schmidt, of Oquawka, and Miss Ruth Galbraith of Gladstone. The afternoon Unit of Homemakers Extension Association was held in the home of Mrs. J. P. Stoneking Tuesday, with Mrs. Gilmer Bruington, assisting hostess. The major lesson on "Shoos for the Family" was presented by Mrs. Elmer Tee and the minor lesson was presented by Mrs. Laverne Slover on " Do Your children Embarrass You." Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Walker and children and Delos Morgan of Danville, Iowa spent Sunday with Mrs. Walker and Mr. Morgan's mother, Mrs. Veva Remick, and daughter Carolyn. Qalesburg Register-Mall (JALESBURG, ILL., WEDNESDAY, SfiPT. 18. 1963 SEC. 3 PAGE 21 Viola Church WSCS Reports On Session VIOLA — Fifteen adults and four young people attended the Sept. 13 meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Viola Methodist Church, and 29 calls on sick and shut-ins since the previous meeting, were reported at the meeting. The group was led in devotions by Mrs. Walter Miller. The program on "Our Missions Today," was presented by Mrs. Manly Richardson, others participating on the program included Mrs. Clarence Holdsworth, Mrs. James Taylor and Janet and David Richardson. Mrs. Roberta Thoma.son reported . on "The World Federation of Methodist Women." The fall group meeting of the district of WSCS will be held in Knoxvillo on Oct. 4. At this meeting, the Viola society will receive recognition for having completed the goals set for a superior society. Mrs. James Taylor was appointed to sell copies of "The Bible in Pictures" for the society. Persons desiring to buy a copy will contact Mrs. Taylor. READ THE WANT ADS! Kir ktvood Area News Items KIRKWOOD — The Brownie Scouts, leaders, nine mothers and 10 prospective members met Sept. tl at the Woman's Club building. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gustafson and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gustafson went to Hammond, Ind., where they attended the funeral for Mrs. John Haak. Clinton Conway and Ronald Tinkham have gone to Mount Pleasant, Iowa, where they arc enrolled in Iowa Wesleyan University. Tinkham is a freshman and Conway is a sophomore. Conway is vice president of Hershey Hall Council. The Kirkwood Woman's Club Home makers At Viola Pick Officers VIOLA — Mrs. Mary Turner, Mercer County home adviser, talked to the Viola Home Extension Unit at. the Sept. 12 meeting in the Methodist Church on "World Affairs of Interest to Homcmakers." Mrs. Turner announced the following events: chicken barbecue Sept. 21 in Aledo; Oct. 7, the annual meeting, Aledo, speaker being Mrs. Ralph Weir, who publishes a column in The Prairie Farmer. County craft, day is set for Oct. 29. The rcupholstcring school previously planned for Sept. 25-26 has been postponed until a date to be announced later. Oct. 15 was set for the local unit's tour. The Pennies for Freedom were collected and Mrs. Turner announced that for the fifth consecutive year, Illinois had given the highest amount of any state for the cause. The nominating committee announced the new slate of officers: Chairman, Mrs. Marvin Bollman; first vice chairman, Mrs. Henry Bridger; second vice chairman, Mrs. Manly Richardson; secretary, Mrs. Larry Morford, and treasurer, Mrs. Maggie Lindburg. They were accepted. Appropriate NEW YORK (AP) - They picked the right ribbon for the job when the press building at the New York 1964-65 World's Fair was dedicated. Used in the ribbon-cutting ceremony was an oversized black and red typewriter ribbon. will open its 1963-64 year with a luncheon at 1 p.m. Members were asked to take table service and contribute 50 cents toward the food. Mrs. J, D. 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