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Public Aid Department Lists Breakdown on Recipients Although the rate slowed a bit, Illinois public aid rolls declined for the fourth consecutive month in July. Harold 0. Swank, director of the Illinois Department, of Public Aid, said today there were 895 fewer persons on public aid, whcih brought the total down to 417,413 persons. This is 23,439 fewer from the July 1962 total. Expenditures in July amounted to $23,276,312, while a year ago the amount was $25,178,701, down $1,713,554. The number receiving aid to dependent children was reduced 3,213 during July also, with a to tal case load of 259,336. Expenditures in this program amounted to $10,844,827, compared to $12,043,794 a year ago. General assistance recipients in July numbered 64,750, an increase of 2,398 over June's total, but still 11,937 under July 1962. Money spent amounted to $3,257,037 for the month. Persons receiving old age assistance numbered 61,728, a decline of 314 from June and money spent was $5,308,745. Disability assistance also declined 187 to 27,894 from June. Expenditures were $2,718,239. Some 1,000 persons received a total of $422,155 for assistance to medically indigent aged. Blind assistance decreased for the sixth consecutive month to 2,756, 19 less than June, and money spent totaled $258,958. Federal surplus commodities amounting to 1,599,509 pounds of food were distributed to 110,599 persons in 36 downstate counties during August, according to Swank. The retail value of the food was $550,926. Here'? a rundown by area counties, number of persons and money for public aid rolls: Knox, old age, 528 and $41,487; aid to dependent children, 332 and $11,276; WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTiriES FREE 250 GREEN STAMPS With purchase of special item and coupon below and order of $5 or more plus merchandise coupons from booklet mailed to your home. enner^ •m PRICfiS GOOD THRU TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 Liquid Gold DETERGENT Sliced Natural Colby, Brick or Muenster KRAFT CHEESE... ft? Regular or Menthol AERO SHAVE u £ 89c White Petroleum Jelly VASELINE W49c 45c I I I I I I I I r FREE 100 S&H GftffGN STAMPS With this Coupon and Purchase of $5 or More Excluding Cigarettes This Coupon Good thru Sept. 24 Limit 1 Coupon Please ••ISiSSH 1 RIALEMON HILAND HILLS BROS. 1 Unsweetened Lemon Juice POTATO CHIPS Drip or Regular Coffee 37c I itl. # V ST 59c 2 Can ^1 e35 blind assistance, 18 and $1,674, disability, 63 and $5,722, and general assistance, 166 and $3,907. Pulton - old age, 464 and $38,017; aid to dependent children, 329 and $10,996; blind. 19 and $1,' 390; disability, 72 and $5,255; general, 231 and $3 ,199, and surplus commodities, 2.387. Henderson — old age, 82 and $6,935; do- pendent children. 84 and $3,240; blind, 1 and $102; disability, 14 and $1,140, and general, 37 and $533. Hancock — old age, 437 and $41,283; dependent children, 177 and $5,824; blind, 5 and $346; disability, 50 and $4,05)4, and general, 70 and $1 ,892. McDonough — old age. 404 and $32,585; dependent children, 14fi and $5,859; blind. 14 and $1.110; disability, 61 and $4,557, and general, 77 and $2,820. Mercer — old age, 199 and $15,546; dependent children, 127 and $4,317; blind, 4 and $311; disability, 15 and $1,013, and general, 14 and $854. Peoria — old age, 875 and $67,878; dependent children, 2,939 and $105,516; blind, 37 and $3,256; disability, 182 and $14,688, and general, 1,789 and $36,617. Rock Island — 507 and $38,527; dependent children, 1,066 and $40,427; blind, 29 and $2,326; disability, 142 and $11,070, and general, 427 and $13,582. Schuyler — old age, 194 and $16,789; dependent children, 286 and $9,509; blind, 11 and $1,012; disability, 51 and $3,887, and general, 25 and $52,142. Warren — old age, 209 and $17,340; dependent children, 164 and $5,657; blind, 7 and $729; disability, 25 and $2,044, and general, 72 and $2,645. N. Henderson FT A Organizes NORTH HENDERSON — North Henderson grade school PTA held its first meeting at the school all-purpose room Sept. 10. Neal Morgan, a Cub Scout, presented the flag. The Brownie guards were Susan Miller and Judy McCaw. Group singing was led by George Johnson Jr., accompanied on the piano by Mrs. Mary Louise Maloney. Mrs. Richard McCaw, president, introduced the new families and the new superintendent, George Zarcoff, .Ron Patterson, new Alexis high school principal. Miss Ruth Anderson, local principal; teachers room one, Mrs. Ruth Johanson; two, Mrs. Mary Louise Maloney, and three, Mrs. Florence Hart. Officers for the year are: First vice president, Mrs. Jim Choline; second vice, Mrs. William Fox; secretary, Mrs. Owen Carlson; treasurer, Mrs. Gene Carlson; program chairman, Mrs. Richard Lamkin; membership and hospitality, Mrs. Gene Mathers and Mrs. Don Anderson; publicity, Mrs. Oscar Miller; legislation, Dean Morgan; publication, Mrs. Tom Cappel and Mrs. William Peterson. Auditing, Jim Choline; recreation, Mrs. Robert Lair; scholarship, Mrs. Walter Mcdhurst; music, George Johnson Jr.; child welfare, Mrs. Florence Hart; ways and means, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Swanson. List Room Mothers Room mothers are: Mrs. Eugene Brown, grades one and two; Mrs. Owen Nail, two and three; Mrs. Dean Morgan, one and five. Mercer Area Council delegates are Mrs. Dean Morgan and Mrs. Floyd Lynch. Mrs. Lamkin introduced the speaker for the evening, Dr. James Wang of the Galesburg State Research Hospital. He spoke on "Mental Health." Mrs. Sam Swanson announced that an ice cream social will be held Sept. 26 at 5:30 p.m. Tickets are now on sale from the children and all ticket reports are to be in Sept. 23 to Mrs. Swanson. School pictures will be taken Oct. 3 at the school and all preschool and family groups Oct. 11 at Floral Hall, starting at 8 a.m. Potluck lunch was served. Committee in charge comprised Mr. and Mrs. Richard McCaw, chairman; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cheline, Mr and Mrs. Owen Carlson, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Carlson, Mr. and Mrs. William Fox and Mr and Mrs. Richard Lamkin. Next meeting will be held Oct. 8 at 7:45 p.m. Program will be Gordon Cleland, Safety Officer, District 7, State Troopers. OPEN SUNDAY 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. Reprieved GLOBE, Ariz (AP) — Superior Court Judge E. R. Thurman was locked up — in a bus. Accompanying the jury to a murder scene, the jurist was busy checking notes when jurors climbed out of the bus. As soon as all were out, the driver locked the door. Then someone saw the judge and he was released immediately on his own recognizance. IS. Henderson Couple Visit In Missouri NORTH HENDERSON - Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Choline visited the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Higgins at Kno.v City, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Chct Hiet of Mo- linc visited Wednesday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Humes. Mrs. TlUle Humes was an evening visitor. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Crafts and son Brian of Davenport were supper guests of her, parents, Mr. Galesburg Register-Mail, Gatesburg, 11 f. Saturday, Sept. 21, 1963 11 •von and Mrs. Carl Swanson Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Johnson and family, who lived in the ffnns Nelson house on South Main Street, have moved to Georgia where he has employment. Mrs. Raymond Cheline was hostess for her afternoon bridge club Wednesday at picnic at Lake Storey, followed by bridge. Those receiving favors wore Mrs. Harry Johnson. Mrs . Bess Newcomer and Mrs. George Edgar. Mrs. Charlotte Wilson of Galesburg was also present with others from North Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Higbec and daughter of Yuma, Ariz, are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Higbec. REAT) P-E vANI ADS! A Slates Tea AVON - Lihhie Brook Gaddis Alumnae Club of Pi Reta Phi held its first meeting of the season at Iho homo of Mrs. ('.. W. King Fri- flay. Assisting hostesses wore Miss Evelyn Frederick and Mrs. Talent P. Bro'vn. Proanim booklets, the work of Mrs. Walter Hatch, were distributed to those present. The chief item of business was the completion of plans for the settlement school tea Oct. 12 from 2 to 5 p.m. at the homo of Mrs. Karl Rauschert in Bushncll. Articles of hand weaving and other Beta Phi Fraternity maintains settlement school. * This began as a l-room schmf 50. years ago. There are now 13. buildings where education ia pro* vided for grades one-12. There*, are va.iotis craft workshops which give economic independence to local people. t ; Mrs. King, magazine chairman,-j gave a report which showed thlft.* club to bo third .r per capita sales?, in this province, and second it\j commissions earned. The next;' meeting of the club will be Oct. > 12, Former major league pitcher' Kay Scarborough now scouts talent for the Baltimore Orioles irt" North Carolina. OPEN SUNDAY 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Kroger customers have already won over 42,500 FREE Playing SAGA-DOUGH! NO OBLIGATION NOTHING TO BUY PRICES EFFECTIVE SUNDAY THROUGH TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1963 SAC-A-DOUGH WINNERS GERTIE COLWELL Fairview ANNIE LARKINS 594 Marston STUART CARTER 49 Circle Drive VIOLA STOUT 1267 S. Cherry DON MARSHALL Knoxville MRS. EDGAR ELAM 566 W. Tompkins New! Improved With This Couponf COUPON COUPON WORTH 16c Cash off iho regular price TIDE large size 19c Sundny-Monday Exp. Tuti., Sept. 24. Limit 1 Armour Star Sliced BACON • • • • 4* lb. U.S.D.A. 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