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10 <3al«sbura Reaister-Moil, Golesburg, III. Soturdo Prep Roundup SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP)-Some upsets cropped out Friday night but Ottawa and JoJiet. two of the state's high school football powers, extended lengthy victory strings by decisive scores. The Ottawa Pirates, dominant team in the North Central area, rolled over Mendota 38-6 for their second triumph of the season and their 27th in a row. Powerful Joliet, which will begin its drive for a third straight South Suburban flag next week, stopped West Aurora by a 20-7 count in racking up its 20th consecutive win. A major surprise of the young campaign was the 39-13 victory registered by Mattoon of the Big 12 over Centralia, one of the fa- votites for the South Seven title. It was Mattoon's second win over a South Seven entry, coming after last week's defeat of Mount Vernon. Another upset spilled Belleville, which posted a 10-0 mark last year. East St. Louis Assumption ended the string with a 14-10 decision. . While Centralis Orphans were bowing to a non-conference opponent, their chief rival for the South Seven prize launched league action with a lopsided win. Marion, which has never won the South Seven title but is strong this season, hammered Harrisburg 28- G for its second shutout of the campaign. Salem, the top choice to capture North Egypt honors, got the race under way by downing Bridgeport 47-0 but appeared to face a threat for the crown from Mount Car- ^ mel, 39-7 winner over Fairfield. Salem and MounUCarmel will collide Oct. 11. . In a renewal of old-time rivalries, Kewanee edged Princeton 14-12 and St. Bede of Peru defeated LaSalle-Peru 26-14. The games marked the 68th meeting between Kewanee and Princeton, and the 33rd straight encounter between St. Bede and LaSalle-Peru. Lake Forest, seeking its fourth Northwest Suburban championship in a row, began with a 13-6 Verdict over Warren. The win was the 28th straight in the league for Lake Forest, equalling a record held by Barrington. » Although the Big 12 conference race doesn't open until next week, Bloomington continued to live up to its billing as a title threat. The Raiders notched their second non- feague success in trouncing Normal University High 34-0. ! Peoria Central, which competes in the Mid-State eight, produced its second victory against an outside school with a 7-6 conquest of Maine West. Pekirt suffered a reversal of form in dropping a 14-12 contest to Peoria Richwoods. A week ago, j?ekin won handily over Argo. G«oxg« Churchill Sept. 26—Monmouth, G. Churchill field, 4:15 p. m. . Oct. 3—Kewanee, away, 4 p. m. Oct. 17—Canton, away 3:30 p. m. Oct 23*—Farmington, G. Churchill field, 4:15 p. m. •Oct. *24 — Lombard Lombard field, 3:30 p. m. ' *—G. Churchill host. Lombard , Sept. 26— Canton, home, 3:30 p. m. • Oct. 3--Farmington, away, 4 p. m. • Oct. 8—Galva, home, 3:45 p. m. • Oct. 17—Kewanee, home, 4 p. m. • »Oct. 24—G. ChurchiU, Lombard field, 3:30 p. m. r +—G. ChurchUI host. h ' 1 V^.; :-Vv PONTIAC INTRODUCES 1964 MODELS The new Pontiles arc newly styled for the coming car length has been increased by an Inch. Four series, the Star Chief, Bonneville, Catalina and year, with a longer, lower appearance. Actual Grand Prix will compose the 1964 line. p,ep Scores Pontiac Restyles Models By THE ASSOCIATED PBESS J tic 13, Westmer Morrison Cuba 13, Kewanee Orion 12, 13. 13. 0, 14, 13. 12, 7. Notre 0. 7. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Murphvsboro 14, Pinckneyvillc 0. Carboridalc 18. Metropolis 6. Herrin 14. Mount Vernon B, Anna-Joncsboro G, Chester 6 Salem 47. Bridgeport 0. Mattoon 30, Centralia 13. Flora 27, Robinson 6. Palestine 20. Cumberland fi. Morris 30. Fairbury 6. Joliet Catholic 20, Lockport 13. Davenport West 19, Rock Island 6. Dubuque, Iowa 25, East Moline 0. Riverdalc 13, Amboy 7. Galva 12, Elm wood 0. Western 21. Knoxville 12. ROVA 38, V.I.T. 7. Warren 9, Stronghurst fi. Galesburg Corpus Christ! Buda 7. 25. Shcrrard 7. 14, Sterling Newman Northwestern 0. 14. Princeton 12. AlWood 6. Union 19, Roosevelt M.A. Granite City 14. Madison Collinsville 32, Ouincv 12. East St. Louis in, East St, Louis Lincoln 0. Wood River 25, Roxana 6. East St. Louis Assumption Bonnvillc 10. Effingham 10, Newton Chicago St. Patrick Dame 0. Joliet 20, Aurorr West . Bloomington 34. Normal 0. Normal Comm. 33, Decatur Eisenhower 13. Pontiac 21, Bloomington Trinity 0. Lincoln ?5. Clinlon G. Farmer Cifv 40. Hevworth 19. Pantoul ?5. Oibson City 12. D^nvill^ SrW&rman 13. Paxton Snarta 14. DuOuom 13. Marion 28 Hnrrtsbitre 0. Mount Cnrmp.l 30. Fairfield 7. Pnoria Central 45. Lim«stone 6. Pirhwoods 14. Pfkin 12. F-ast Peoria 13. Washington Kewanef* 14. Princeton 12. Can+^n 45. Macomb 0. Mnnlius 25. Prinzevilie Wefhersfield .13. Toulon Bradford 27. Wyoming Tiunlau 33. Walnut 12. Warsaw 36. LaHarno 0. Beardstown 7, Bushnell 6. T^w^stown 12. Farmineton Alexis 12, Yorkwood 7. VaTlev 4fi. Industrv o. Astoria 2fi. Avon 0. Pnohpile 41, "njxon 21. Nenonset 7 Tf»mnico 6. MMamo^a ?0. Morton 0. rhiTMoofho 33. Tremont 13. Eureka 2fi. De«r Cr*»nk 0. T?o?evi)le 34, Media Wpvei St. Bede 26. T .a^alle-Peru Streator 14, Hall 6. Ottawa 38. Mendota 6. Rossville 23. Jamaica 27. Paris 26. Westvflle 6. Tuscola 20, Oakland 0 Villa Grove 32. Bement 6. Areola 13. Mnn'^ello 6. Cerro Gordo 21, Arthur 6. Sullivan 20, Atwood 7. Springfield 31. Feffshans 6. Charleston 13. Lannhier 12. Lincoln in. Clinton fi Jacksonville 95, Taylorville t ShpJhvviUe 14. r.akevi'ew 0. Auburn 32. Mt. Olive 6. Mt. Sterling 26. Ri^hvjHe 0. Pittsfield 13 Winchester 0. Virginia 18, Havana fi Carlfnvllln 7. Pana 0. .Wseyviile 19. Bethnlto 0. TTr>ity nD. Newman 0. Alton 26. Alton MaroueMe 7. Clifton Central 7, Kankakee Patrick 0. Bich Central 13, Bradley 6. Ohampa'^n 26, Kankakee 6. North Chicago 26, Rockford East 6. Rockford West 13, Rockford Boy- Ian 0. Belvidere 7, DeKalb 0. S'erlini? 19, Rork F*ll* 7. Clifton. Iowa St. Mary's 40, Savanna 0. Erie 21. Pronbetstown 7. nhari«ston 13, Springfield Lan­ nhier 12. PpriR 2fi. Westfield 6. S+or. n en Pecatur 6. St. Teresa 6. Urhana 7. MacArthur Decatur 7. Mattoon 30. Cnntralia 13. Atkinson 34, Winola 13. i Offers Aid for Long Drive 7. 0. 0. 6 12 14. The design for the 1964 Pontiacs retains the car's identity, yet the styling is new. They go on display Oct. 3. All models arc an inch longer, with the Catalina and Grand Prix sports coupe mounted on a 120- inch wheelbase and the Star Chief and Bonneville on a 123-inch base. The Catalina will have seven models, two and four door sedans, two and four door hardtops, six and nine passenger Safari station wagons and a convertible. The Star Chief will be available in four door hardtop and se- Argentinan Scores Upset Ring Win MIAMI BEACH (UPI) tine slugger Grogoria pounded through the flashy fenses of nimble-footed light heavyweight champ Willie Pastrano Friday night to score an upset unanimous decision. Pastrano quickly abandoned his showy style in the second round when the 29-year-old Argentine heavyweight champion opened an inch and a half gash under the Miami Beach boxer's left eye. But Pastrano was behind all the way and made only a brief comeback in the fourth round of the nationally televised non-title bout. "What a way to start out in America, 1 ' Peralta stammered in broken English. "I am very hap- -Argen- Peralta de- st. Wyoming beat Nebraska Wesleyan 14-7 in 1920 on an 80-yard pass interception and an 80-yard punt return. * Mon. * Tues. * Wed from The Jolly CLEAN GIANT Suits! LADIES' and MEN'S Dresses! PLAIN py. Pastrano, who weighed 179 to Peralta's 183%, just couldn't seem to avoid the six-foot Argentine's flying fists. "I don't know what happened, I was just off," Pastrano said. Peralta, a 3-1 underdog, was never in trouble. Referee Cy Godfrey gave the fight to Peralta, 98-94, Stu Wilson, 99-93, and judge Jim Ruby, 98-93. Uns Ticket Sales KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI) The Kansas City Chiefs, newest American Football League franchise, have sold a total of 15,012 season tickets for 1963 home games, it was announced Friday. The total is a new record for the AFL. Cards Buy Player ST. LOUIS (UPI) - Jim Beauchamp, a .337 hitter with Tulsa of the Texas League, was purchased Friday by the St. Louis Cardinals. Beauchamp, a 24-year- old outfielder, reported to the Redbirds Friday night in Cincinnati. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! only ONE • Overcoats LONG/ SHORT, IIGHT or HEAVY Suedes, Formats and Furs Not Included Pleats 2c Extra Jackpots • • • GALESBURG 1 HOUR CLEANERS There is only one WELCOME WAGON -v**isp»i+ T - 30 years of experience fostering good will ia business and cownunity life. For information o Welcome Wagon, phone * Mri. Audrey Nelson 400 Monroe — 343-2919 or Mr*. Pal Cage 585 Lawence Ave— 343-1024 F I 4j 931 EAST MAIN clan. A convertible, six-passenger station wagon and two and four door hardtops will compose the Bonneville series. The sports coupe, Grand Prix, has been restylecl to compete in the luxury car field. All cars will have a new grille and sculptured bumpers for the look of massiveness. Headlamps are vertically positioned and the hood curves gently over the divided grille. The Catalina sports coupe and convertible are available in the new appearance option "2 Plus 2." This includes bucket seats, all vinyl trim, floor console, premium fuel two-barrel carburetor engine, deluxe wheel discs and wood inlays, on steering wheel spokes and instrument panel. The name refers to passengers in front and two in back. Engines range from 215 to 370 horsepower V-8s, Each one can mate with either three and four- speed transmissions, or automatic transmission. For economy Pontiac will again offer a regular-fuel engine with low axle ratios and a choice of either syn- chromesh or automatic transmission. For distance driving, "Electro- Cruise** allows the driver to avoid driving fatigue and leg cramps by automatically maintaining constant speed up hill, down hill, or on the level. Thus the driver can keep his right foot on the floor. Bowling NOBTHGATE LADIES CLASSIC LEAGUE Lowrey Organs, 15-1; Frankel's, 12-4; First and Puckett, 12-4; Wong's 12-4; Hawkinson, 11-5; Admiral, 10-6; Tate's Beauty Salon, 8-8; Accounting Systems, 8-8; L. D. Johnson's, 3-13; Fleck's, 3-13; TJeLuxe, 2-14; K'vsge's, 0-16. High team series, Lowrey Organs, 2721; high team game, Low- rev Organs, 929. High individual series, Shirley Hardister, 537; high individual game, Joan Johnson, 213 PIN PAL LEAGUE Schwarz Bros.. 14-2; Orwig's Hardware, 10-6; Shangri-La Inn, 10-6; Nelson & Lindsey, 9-7; Lacky & Sons, 7-9; Elks, 6*10; Mac's Music, 5-11; Hinchliff & Pearson, 5-11. High team game, Nelson & Lindsey. 900; high team series, Schwarz Bros., 2555. High individual game, Alice Milroy, 198; high individual series, Kay Lambin, 511. CROSS-TOWN LEAGUE McCabe's Scrappers, 11-1; Angus Steakhouse, 11-1; Burlington-Chicago Cartage, 10-2; Mil-Rice's Health Club, 0-3; Weotern Zero, 8VJ-3VJ; Ann's Cafe, 4Va-7V 2 ; Knox Laundry, 4-8; Reeves Trucking, 4-8; Kline's, 3-9; Maxwell Electric, 3-9; Olson & Swanson, 3-9; Mercer County Service, 1-11. High team game, Knox Laundry, 902; high team series, McCabe's Scrappers, 2565. High individual game, Clarris Fries, 467; high individual series, Lois Olson, 178. Black Mountain Picked to Pace Futurity Race NEW YORK (AP)-Black Mountain, unbeaten in all four of his starts, is the favorite today in the 74th running of the Futurity at Aqueduct, a 6^-furlong test for 2- year-olds. Twelve other juveniles were entered for the sprint which has a gross value of $148,460 and for years has pointed up the possible 2*year-old champion and likely favorite for the following year's Kentucky Derby. Black Mountain, who will be ridden by Manual Ycaza, has never before run in a stakes race, but two of his rivals have scored in F stakes competition. They are Mrs. Harris B. Massey's Dark King and Claiborne Farm's Duel. But the probable second choice is Bold Sultan, listed at 4-1. Black Mountain was 7-5. Duel is part of a three-horse entry along with Bazaar and Riot Squad. Others entered include Tunnel Money, Grand Central, Space Skipper, Pertinax, Supers, Count Bud and Breakspear. Lloyd Eaton, a native of Belle Fourohe, S. D., is bis iOth season as University of Wyoming football coach. His Cowboys have won 52, lost 25 and tied three. Widows Club Elects Officers Mrs. Hattie Gladfelter was elected president of the Widows Club at the meeting Friday evening in the Bamboo Room at Leath's Furniture Store. Serving with her will be Mrs. Alta Dutton, vice president, and Mrs. Dorothy Moody, secretary- treasurer. Committee appointments were made by the newly elected president. Mrs. Avis Schneider, retiring president, was presented gifts from the group. It was announced that a card party would be held at the home of Mrs. Helen Wilson, 927 N. Cherry St., Oct. 5, beginning at 7:30 o'clock in the evening. Reading Given For Vesta Lodge A special reading by Miss Lucille Taylor on the 112th anniversary of the Rebekah degree was given at this week's meeting of Vesta Rebekah Lodge in the IOOF Hall. Mrs. Mildred Oaks, noble grand, presided." It was announced past noble grands will be honored at a potluck supper Oct. 2. Past noble grands of the lodge will meet Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the dining room to organize. The District Past Noble Grand Association will meet Sept. 30 at Abingdon. Members of the committee for the social hour include Mrs. Robert Hawes, Mrs. Arthur Hendricks, Mrs. Arthur Searles, Mrs. Wallace Mundy and Mrs. Al Rowe. Entertains Class When the Sunshine Class of First Baptist Church met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Roy Bruner, 505 W. South St., Mrs. Ralph Heller and Miss Flor- Brown were assisting hostesses. Mrs. John Gillispie, president, presided. Devotions by the president was the story of Moses. Games were played with prizes won by Mrs. Homer Spilman, Mrs. Gus Pahlow and Mrs. Bessie Greear. Rev. John Kern closed the meeting. Guests were Mrs. Dorothy Mallery and Mr. and Mrs. Kern. Meet at Lake Storey At Army Mothers Club meeting Tuesday at the Lions Club Shelter house at Lake Storey, Mrs. Paul King of Kewanee was a guest. A potluck dinner preceded the meeting. Mrs. Raymond Benson conducted the business meeting. Devotions were given by Mrs. George Loibl. The next meeting will be Tuesday, Oct. 1, at the Galesburg State Research Hospital at 1:45 o'clock in the afternoon, when the club members will entertain a number of wards. New Task Planned WASHINGTON (UPI) Fifteen rescue versions of the huge C130 Hercules transport plane will be equipped by the Air Force to "recover astronauts from any spot on earth." The Defense Department said Friday the planes will cruise at 350 miles per hour with a range of 5,750 miles at 35,000 feet. They also will have an aerial delivery system to drop survival equipment into a small area. Bomber to Hang SALISBURY, Rhodesia (UPD- Richard Mapolisa, an African convicted of throwing a Molotov cocktail, faced death today as first victim of the so-called 'hanging act." The act makes the death sentence mandatory for any person convicted of throwing bombs or committing arson. Jack Hutchinson, 18-year-old first baseman from Sarasota, Fia., has been signed by the Cincinnati farm system. His father Fred manages the Reds. 'Poor Circulation 9 Covers Multitude of Ailments By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Q—My doctor says I have poor circulation. What do you recommend for this? A—Since there are several forms of poor circulation, this is a rather vague term. I would assume, to begin with, that you do not have the extreme form which your doctor would have called heart failure, but rather that your hands and feet are cold at times when other people's are warm. This could be due to neuro­ circulatory asthenia, a very common ailment that goes under many other names such as "effort syndrome" and "chronic vasomotor instability," This condition is often due to unwarranted worry about the heart. Another cause of poor circulation could be one of the so-called vascular diseases of the extremities. These include localized hardening of the arteries, and Ray­ naud's disease and Buerger's disease, in which both the arteries and the veins become obstructed. Because causes are widely Birth Record Born at St. Mary's Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. William L. Wessels of Oneida, a boy at 6:35 a.m. today. Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Tracy, RR 2, a boy at 7:15 p.m. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. James Wirt of New Lenox, III., are the parents of a son, John Sidney, born Sept. 4 in a Joliet hospital. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Wirt, 215 N. Academy St. Mrs. Sidney Wirt has returned to Galesburg after spending the past week in New Lenox. Mr. Wirt is an attorney for a law firm in Chicago. A Girl Teen-Ager Is Sentenced To Jail Term ST. CHARLES, 111. (AP) justice of the peace has fined an Aurora teen-ager $481.80 and sentenced her to 10 days in jail for 10 traffic violations during a high­ speed chase Sept. 13. Justice Albert Gleason found Judith Britto, 18, guilty Friday and ordered the fine and jail sentence, to be served in the Kane County Jail. She was apprehended by Geneva police after a 10-mile chase that began when she was seen calling from her parked auto to an inmate in a second-floor cell at the jail. varied, the proper treatment of one cause would not benefit the others. When your doctor has determined the type of poor circulation, he will be able to re- commertd appropriate treatment, but very often these conditions are hard to cure. Q—I have rheumatoid arthritis for which I take Plaquenil, Dex- amyl, and aspirin daily. If I become pregnant, would these affect the unborn child? A-—Since the discovery that thalidomide taken in the first three months of pregnancy can cause tragic malformations in the fetus, the whole subject of drugs and pregnancy has come under close scrutiny by the medical profession, the drug manufacturers, and the Federal Food and Drug Administration. There is at present no evidence that hydroxychloroquine (Pla­ quenil), dextroamphetamine with amobarbital (Dexamyl), or aspirin in the amounts usually prescribed would be harmful to the developing embryo, but it is a good rule to cut the use of all drugs to an irreducible minimum in the early months of pregnancy. Your doctor should supervise your prenatal care and help you to regulate the amount of these drugs that you should take. Can a person take too much rutin? Are there any bad side effects? A—Rutin is a form of vitamin P. No deficiency of this vitamin in human beings has ever been reported. This makes me wonder why you are taking it. Vitamin P has the same effect as the vitamin C found so abundantly in tomatoes and citrus fruits. A person can get too much of any good thing, so my advice is: Get your vitamins at the grocery store and not at the drugstore. Please send your questions and comments to Dr. Wayne G. Brandstadt, M.D., in care of this paper. While Dr. Brandstadt cannot answer individual letters, he will answer letters of general interest in future columns. Turning NEW YORK (AP) — Proper signaling for turns marks the courteous driver. Since almost every car on the road has mechanical turn signals, the motorist need only make sure they are in adequate working condition. Changes in the speed of your directional flasher are an indication that your bulb has probably burned out. Keeping close tabs on turn signals assure your safety and that of other motorists. The 1963-64 Na tiona 1 Hockey League season will run through Sunday, March 22. A total of 210 games will be played. Californian Is Killed in Crash In Illinois GREENVILLE, 111. (UPI) — A Compton, Calif., man was killed and a youth injured early today when a pickup truck went out of control and overturned on U.S. 40 near here. Killed was 41-year-old Donald Henry, Compton, Calif. Injured was 16-year-old Mike Rader, of the same address. Rader was listed in "fair" condition at Utlat Memorial Hospital in Greenville. Police said Henry's pickup truck apparently went out of control and overturned when he tried to jerk it back onto the highway. Quits Under Fire TOKYO (UPI) - Indonesia, under fire from the International Swimming Federation for permitting teams to compete in Communist China, withdrew Friday from the federation, it was announced by the official news agency Antara. Greenview Family Visits At Shanghai SHANGHAI Mr. and and Mrs. of the family weekend Omer Mumey Greenview spent with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lynch and children entertained Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lynch and their house guest, Lynch's sister from Montana at supper Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lynch entertained relatives in their home Sunday for dinner, honoring their guests. Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Peterson joined other members of th« Ever Busy Club and their families for a picnic dinner Sunday at Floral Hall in North Henderson. Emery Bellinger, who has been ill for some time, re-entered Cottage Hospital last week for treat* ment. Mrs. Robert I-Iunt attended the recent silver tea at Methodist Church in North Henderson. Sunday dinner guests in the Harold Noonan home were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Noonan and baby and Mrs. Thomas Kenney and children of Peoria. They also visited their grandmother, Mrs, Vera Gibson, at Monmouth Hospital. WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen. McClellan Hasn't Revealed Stand on Treaty - Only one of the Senate's 18 southern members remained undeclared today on the nuclear test ban treaty, which is headed for certain ratification next Tuesday. Sen. John L. McClellan, D-Ark., whose colleague, Sen. J. William Fulbright, D-Ark., is leading the fight for the treaty, is one of three sena tors regarded as definitely uncommitted on the vote. The others are Sens. Margaret Chase Smith, R-Maine, and Edwin L. Mechem, R-N.M. The southern senators now line up at 11 for the treaty and 7 against it, with McClellan still doubtful. The opposing southerners are led by Sen. Richard B, Russell, D-Ga M chairman of the armed services committee. Over-all, a continuing United Press International survey shows 82 declared for or inclined to vote for the treaty, 15 announced against it and 3 undecided. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! THE BIG QUESTION ON HEALTH INSURANCE FOR SENIOR CITIZENS; IS IT AVAILABLE? 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