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j 6 Gptesbuta ftegister-MQij, Gdjesburg, II Architect of New Judicial Measure to Relinquish Job By BRtJCK B. BAKKB tTnUcNl Press International SPRINGFIELD tUPl) - Albert Harno, ono of the chief affchitects of the new judicinl amendment to the Illinois Constitution, will leave his job as Supreme Court administrator the day the amendment takes effect. "I stayed on (as court administrator) to see the beginning of the new system," Harno said in an interview this week. "I think now it is wise to put in an administrator who will stay on it for years to come." Harno, 74, has been an eminent figure in Illinois law circles for more than 40 years. From 1922 to 1957 he was dean of the University of Illinois law school. He has been Supreme Court administrator since 1960. "From (lie very beginning" of Harno's service as Illinois law school dean, he said, "it was apparent that the state needed a new judicial article in its constitution. The article had been virtually unchanged since the present constitution was drawn in 1870. And the judicial article in the present constitution contained the fundamental points of the former con- FREE DELIVERY Over $1.00 Chicken Fiesta 1244 Mulberry Phone 343-6915 Chicken Mon. thru Wed. 89c Thurs. thru Sun. 79e MUSIC MENU "BIG HIT" If yon want good music, "we got it." Everett's Tap WATAGA FRIDAY NIGHT Old Friends Back Again THE PRAIRIE PARTNERS DANCING 8:30 to 1 A.M. SATURDAY NIGHT Golden Rocket Boys DANCING 8:3§ to 1 A.M. No disorderly conduct tolerated EVERETT COFFEY, Owner Drive-in Window stitution, which had been adopted in 1848." Favored New Article Harno consistently urged adoption of a new judicial article. He was consulted when the new article was being drawn up and he actively campaigned and worked for its passage in the general election of 1962. After passage of the amendment, Harno worked with legislators on bills to implement the new article. "Of course, now it will be somewhat a matter of trial and error," Harno said. "As we go ahead, we'll discover what more it needs in the nature of implementation." The most important feature of the new system will be the unification of courts on the trial level, the administrator said. "Up to now we've had a multiplicity of courts within their own orbits. There was no umbrella over them. The result was much confusion and many jurisdictional disputes," Harno said. Finish Old Cases Harno said he thought the new system would be able to help clean up a backlog of cases awaiting trial in Cook County. "Now we have introduced administration into the judicial structure," he said. "This administration never was present before. This means we can operate the courts more efficiently from a central point of authority — the state Supreme Court." Under the new system, each circuit is headed by a chief judge. He must report directly to the state Supreme Court. In instances where judges have mis-conducted themselves or are unfit to hold their position, the new system provides for a commission to hear cases before such a judge. Harno will be succeeded by John C. Fitzgerald, who now is deputy Supreme Court administrator for Cook County. Fitzgerald will have the title of administrative director of the Supreme Court. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! SPECIAL! ALL THE FISH YOU CAN EAT 65c Chicken in the Basket Turtles — Shrimp Steaks — Chops Sandwiches Suburban Inn The Burkes — Jack and Ethel GLES ill! "Galesburg's Leading Fraternity" SATURDAY, SEPT. 21 Max Paulsgrove 100 at 11 180+ at 12 Louise Hollis serving best of food. COMING - The Vampers STARTING TONITE — 9 til 12 GOLDEN ROCKET PLAYBOYS CHICKEN FRY — SUNDAY, SEPT. 29 WATAGA FIREMAN'S PARK FOR •conomy-ffriiTicfed TRAVELERS Famous for Good Food Write for Folder No. 2 direct from Philadelphio The Pat Booth Quartet featuring JODI JENKINS, Vocalist _ 2" FRANK'S FAU FEATURE COMPUTE STEAK DINNER f ridgy,Sept. 20, 1963 New Laws Discussed by Safety Group Changes made by legislation during the recent session of the Illinois General Assembly affecting motorists and bicycle riders were discussed Wednesday night at the meeting of the Knox County Safety Council. Changes reviewed and discussed at the meeting in the Chamber of Commerce conference room included the requirement that motorists stop for school buses loading or discharging children on city streets as well as highways and country roads. The new law also requires that driving lights, not parking lights, be used at all times vehicles arc being driven during hours when lights are necessary. In connection with the school bus regulations, complaints were reported that some bus drivers are not using the "stop arm" as a warning to motorists that the bus is coming to a halt and during the time the bus is stopped. Attention was directed to the law change requiring that bicycles be equipped with both headlights and taillights instead of headlights and reflectors as in the past. Harry Garst, safety coordinator for Community Unit School District 205, presented a final report on the reflector tape for bicycles, provided by Knox County Post 2257, Veterans of Foreign Wars. Distribution of this tape, scheduled last spring as part of the bicycle safety program, was delayed. Distribution is now scheduled Oct. 10-14 at schools in the district. Owners of bicycles will be requested to bring their bicycles to the schools during that period. PTA chairmen and their committees will apply the tape while the owners are attending classes. Fire Chief Wayne Nelson announced that Fire Prevention Week will be observed Oct. 6-13. The slate of officers nominated Wednesday night, with election set for the October meeting included Harry D. McClurg, president; Ed Breuer, vice president, and Mrs. James Verheyen, secretary-treasurer. All are incumbent officers. DANCE TO Pleasant Valley Neighbor Boyi Sat., Sept. 21 — 9 lo 12 at POWELL'S PAVILION This is a Good Band, So Come and Have a Good Time. Ill in BALLROOM nUD Edelstein, Illinois SAT., SEPT. 21 (Music As You Like It) FREDDIE STEVENS $1.00 before 9 $1.25 after 9 Saturday, Oct. S SAMMY KAYE Rain Is 'Local 9 In Galesburg This morning's rain in the Galosburg area might well be termed very "local" in nature. A motorcycle policeman called the dispatcher at the police station and said it was raining "cats and dogs" at the Bondi Building. The dispatcher told him that not a drop of rain was falling at the police station. Anyhow you look at it, better than three-fourths of an inch of rain fell on the Galesburg area within about three hours this morning. Street department crews spent a busy morning clearing drains so that the runoff water would drain faster. Pedestrians on the corner of Cherry and Simmons streets were in a quandary during the middle of the rainstorm whether to jump over a pool of water, tiptoe through it, or just walk around. Yesterday the high for the day was 89 and by this morning the mercury had dipped lo 57. The weather Bureau said tonight and Saturday would be cool and no more rain was forecast. Autumn rains moved in successive waves across Northern Illinois today, ocasionally pressing southward to the middle of the slate. In the lower half of the state it was still like summer, with temperatures expected again to approach 90 degrees in the afternoon. Allen Park PTA Holds Potluck PTA of Allen Park School held a family potluck supper at the school Thursday evening. Following the meal, the business meeting was held and the budget approved for the year. Joyce Douglas, principal, led the group in singing and introduced the teachers. It was announced that Miss Colver's first grade class won the room count. Mrs. Harold McNeen, membership chairman, reported 65 members in the association. After the meeting a classroom visitation was held. GARDEN INN KNOXVILLE ROAD FRIED CHICKEN all you can eat 75< BANDS Friday Night — Mississippi Valley Boys Saturday Night — Prairie Partners OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK ELDORA'S SMORGASBORD $1.00 ON SUNDAY 10 diiierent salads, 3 different meats, vegetables and relishes, fish on Friday. Serving continuously from 11 A.M. to S P.M. Every Day — Open Sunday Call 343-9440 413 H. Seminary hWay Route, Detour Roads Are Listed Hie weekly bulletin from the Division of Highways, Bureau of Traffic, listed the following roads in this section of the state undergoing construction or repairs: 111. 78, from one mile north of Norris to mile soutb of Norris, road closed due to construction. Detour over 111. 116, 97 and 9. Adds 15 miles. 111. 17, from south junction of 111. 78 to Wyoming, one-way traffic due to patching and resurfacing. 111. 91, from Toulon to Princeville, one-way traffic due to patching and resurfacing. 111. 90, from three miles cast of 111. 78 to Pi'inceville, one-way traffic due to patching and resurfacing. 111. 100, from Dumfermline to Lcwistown, one-way traffic due to patching and resurfacing. U.S. 67, from Roseville to Good Hope, one-way traffic due to patching. 111. 116, from three miles south of Media to Roseville one-way traffic due to patching. READ THE WANT ADS1 MOOSE LODGE 180 Dance Party Members and Guests SATURDAY NITE Green River Boys Hunt Conducted By Meter Club Following a transmitter hunt, of which Richard Gamage was the winner, the Eleven Meter Monitors met at the Henderson Town Hall Tuesday evening. Committee reports were given by James F. Stout Jr., publicity chairman, and Lou Gamage, membership chairman, who outlined the procedure and rules to be set up by the club. Various club projects were discussed, with donations of equipment being made by Ronald McDonald, Willie Crouch, and Frank Roberson. On behalf of the Civil Air Patrol, Frank Roberson expressed appreciation for the club's help in the practice alert, during which Harold Baker guided the search party. All members were urged to attend the Oct. 15 club meeting, at which the election of officers will be held. Preceding that meeting, the club will hold a wiener roast, the date of which will be announced later. CLUB 34 North of Galesburg on Wataga Rd. SERVING DINNERS NIGHTLY Steaks. Chicken, Sea Food SPECIAL FRIDAY NITE CATFISH PLATE - $1.00 Featuring Organ Music Wed., Ttl, Sat. Nltes HOMER 8c RUBY WALKER, Owners Phone 343-9573 Rusk's Son on Job WASHINGTON (UP!) - Secretary of State Dean Rusk's son David has taken a job with the Washington Urban league, a group devoted to improving race relations in the capital. The 22 -year-old Rusk is working as an assistant to Sterling Tucker, a Negro executive director of the league's local office. SMORGASBORD Spoon Htvor Cite LONDON MILLS, ILL. — Every Sunday — Serving 11:39 A.M. to 4 P.M. 75c - Child under 12 $1.50 - Adults DRIVE-IN . . . DRIVE OUT GLASNOVICH TAVERN, INC. 714 South Henderson St. Air Conditioned—Show starts 7:30 Adults 60c — Children 25c EARL THEATRE KNOXVILLE o w OPEN DAILY AT 1:15 PJH. WEST "SUMMER MAGIC" At: 1:30 • 4:10 6:55 and 9:40 P.M. 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