Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 23, 1963 · Page 10
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 10

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, September 23, 1963
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10 Galesbura -Register-Matl, Golesburg, HI. Monday, Sept 2.3, 1963 Review Festival, Elect Officers At Dinner Event MONMOUTH—Dave Edwards was elected president of the 1964 Prime Beef Festival at the annual dinner meeting held Saturday night at the Monmouth College student, center. The "Thank You" dinner was held to express appreciation to those w h o helped make the 1963 festival a success, such as the Monmouth Auxiliary Police for keeping traffic moving and parking cars. Also thanked were those who had helped erect and take down tents and do the countless other jobs. Other officers elected at the Annual Meet Scheduled by Homemakers MONMOUTH—Members of the Warren County Homemakers Extension Association will hold their 35th annual meeting Monday, Sept. 30, at the Kirkwood Methodist Church. Registration will be from 10 to 10:30 a. m. followed by a business session. The special interest feature of the morning will be a Style Revue by members in the "Designing From Your Master Pattern" class. Luncheon will be served at 12:15 p. m,, but reservations for the luncheon are a must, and unit chairmen have the tickets; or reservations may be called into the Farm Bureau office in Monmouth, phone 734-4611, no later than Thursday, Sept. 26. Mrs. Justin Wagy, president of the Illinois Homemakers Extension Federation will be the guest speaker at the afternoon session that will get under way at 1:30 p. m. Four Units During Week Events of this week on the Homemakers Extension Association calendar include four unit meetings. The Park Ridge unit will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Eyler Party House. Mrs .Charles Graham Jr. will be hostess to the Coldbrook unit Tuesday at 1:30 p. m. The Maple City unit will meet Wednesday at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Guy Fair at Lake Warren. The Tompkins Sunshine unit will meet in the home of- Mrs. Robert Scott, Friday at 1:30 p. m. meeting were David Turnbull. first vice president; Robert Martin, second vice president; Ralph Elliott, beef chairman; Scott I. Klukos, treasurer: R a e b u r n Rehn, beef treasurer and Cliff Colquitt, secretary. Directors elected for a three year term were George Bruing(on. Bufford Mottle, William Martin, Robert Linman and Robert Gavin. Calf Requests Show Gain It was announced that more than 200 applications had been received at the Chamber of Commerce office for the calves to be distributed to Warren county boys and girls Saturday, Sept. 28, which would indicate the 1964 festival will be even larger than in the past. Following the dinner Jimmy James entertained the 90 guests with an act of comedy and music. MONMOUTH Rotemary HttM Corte«pond«nt S01 N. M Si. t>hon« 734.4711 t6t turn FOR MISSED COPIES PHONE 734-4121 Before 6:30 Set 3 Policy Conferences MONMOUTH - Three policy development meetings are planned for this week according to word from the Warren County Farm Bureau directors. Kelly will hold a meeting Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the Henderson Grove Grange Hall. The Monmouth meeting will be held Wednesday night at 8 o'clock at the Farm Bureau building in Monmouth. The Hale meeting will also be held at the Farm Bureau building in Monmouth Thursday night at 8 o'clock. A director will be nominated at this meeting. Refreshments will be served and wives are invited to attend Slate Alexis Guest Night ALEXIS—The first meeting for 1963-64 year of Alexis Woman's Club will be held Sept. 24 at 7:30 p.m. This will be guest night, the teachers of Alexis School District being special guests. The Alexis Lions Club, Commercial Club and Junior Woman's Club will cooperate in this event. Rev. John H. Clarke of Knoxville will give a travelog and movie on "The Isle of Man." Mrs. William H. McKnight is chairman of hostess committee. MARRIAGE LICENSES MONMOUTH — Two marriage licenses were issued Saturday, to: Larry Lee Arch of Lomax and Donna Jean Smith of Burlington, and to Murrel L. Hollis and Mary Kathleen McKeown, both of Monmouth. Does BLADDER IRRITATION MAKE YOU. NERVOUS? Alter 21, common Kidney or Bladder Irritations affect twice as many women as men and may make you tense and nervous from too frequent, burning or ltchint- urination both day andnight. Secondarily, you may lose sleep and suffer from Headaches. Backache and feel old, tired, depressed. In such Irritation, CYSTEX usually brings fast, relaxing comfort by turblng irritating germs in strong, acid urine and by analgesic pain relief. Get CYSTS* at druggists. Feel better fast. Homecoming At MHS to Be Oct. 25 MONMOUTH — Joseph Dickson, principal of Monmouth High School, announced this morning that the date of the annual high school homecoming has been changed. The event was to have been Oct. 10, but because of the new curfew law, the student council decided to have homecoming on Friday, Oct. 25, in order to give the students an extra hour for the dance following the football game. The team coming here to play the homecoming game with the Zippers will be from Ft. Madison, Iowa, High School. SHEER PROTECTION — Milo grain heads held by Mary Fisher s.t seed research nursery of Missouri Farmers Assn., Marshall, Mo., arc covered with nylon stockings. Twofold purpose: to protect the select heads, used in the selective grain breeding program, from birds, and at the same lime to provide adequate ventilation. Girl Scout Units Forming at Woodhull WOODHULL — Girl Scouts in Woodhull this fall will be organized into four separate groups. The Scouts are reorganizing into four age levels, brownies, juniors, cadettes and seniors. Handbooks arc being arranged for each age group. Brownies will include girls in the second and third grades. Ca­ dettes include girls in grades seven and eight. Juniors will include those in fourth, fifth and sixth grades, and Seniors will be comprised of girls in high school. Jury Indicts Birmingham Racial Chief BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - A federal grand jury today indicted segregationist leader Edward R. Fields and two other men on charges of interfering with school integration court orders. Arrested with Fields were two other members of the National States Rights party, Gerald Q. Dutlon, 25, of Birmingham, and Ralph Lewandowski, 19, of Chicago. Fields is information director of the militantly segregationist organization. The three were to be taken before a U.S. commissioner for arraignment later today. U.S. Dist. Judge Clarence W. Allgood told the jury of 19 men and a woman that he had received information that "attempts have been made to influence and to intimidate some members of the grand jury, if not all of you." "We bitterly resent any- person or persons thinking that they could successfully intimidate or influence either this grand jury or the court," he said. Allgood, who last week strongly condemned racial violence, told the jurors the attempts at influencing or intimidating the panel were a violation of the law. "I sincerely trust that you will at a time to be determined by you, make a thorough and complete investigation," he said. The jurors asked to be recessed until evidence is presented in connection with the bombing of a Negro church in which four children were killed Sept. 15. They were called into special session a week ago by Allgood to investigate possible unlawful obstruction of court orders. Desegregation of three Birmingham while schools touched off demonstrations and some disorders by white segregationists. Allgood said he had requested the FBI investigate reports of attempted intimidation of the jury. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! READ t'HE WAN'l ADS! CARNIVAL Bv Dick Turner Motor Block) Baled Hay, Thieves' Loot MONMOUTH - Joseph Gren Jr., of 1244 E. Broadway, reported to the Warren County sheriff's office Saturday that someone had entered the garage at his home and stolen 283 - cubic - inch automobile block assembly valued at $300. Gren told officers he had just had the assembly overhauled and it was in the garage a week ago Saturday when he was home. However, he was unable to put it back in the car and when he returned home last Saturday it was missing. While all members of the Lcland Allen family were gone from their home on Monmouth Route 3 Friday, someone entered their barn and took 200 bales of alfalfa hay out of the haymow window. According to the report made to the sheriff, the Aliens were gone from their home Friday from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. during which time the theft took place. Cornell Wins Game, Scots Claim Race MONMOUTH - Monmouth lost to Cornell Saturday in football 21 20, but won their cross-country meet 24-31. Steve Pettit won individual honors with a lime of 16:29.7 over teammate Doug Carlson with lfi:34 clocking. 1. Pettit (M), 2. Carlson (M), 3. Creighton (C), 4. Whalen (M), 5. Blake (C), 6. Jamresong (C), 7. Berdoll (M), 8. Ziek (C), 9 Brown (C), 10. Stimpson (M), 11. Garom (C), 12. Hehn (M), Brinning (M). Blame Failure Of Brakes as Cause of Crash MONMOUTH — A brake failure was blamed for a truck-car accident Sunday at 4:15 p.m. two miles west of Monmouth on Illinois highway 64. Ralph B. Eckley, 62, of 607 N. Fifth St., was traveling on a gravel road in a pickup truck and when he approached the highway, applied his brakes but they failed to function. According to the accident report, Eckley went onto the highway into the path of an automobile driven by Mrs. Lyle D. Austin of 1152 E. Sixth Ave., and the vehicles collided. There was damage to both machines, but no injury was re- Monmouth HOSPITAL Born Friday — Boy to Mr. and Mrs. Jan Sorenson, Monmouth Admitted Friday — Mrs. Lillian Shawgo, Master Timmy Loveless, Miss Mary Ann Ekstrom, Monmouth. Dismissed Friday — Otto Reischling, Monmouth. Born Saturday — Boys to Mr. and Mrs. Claude Brown, Oquawka; and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bayles, Monmouth. Admitted Saturday — Danny Rohr, Miss Joyce Crain, Donald Shawler, Mrs. LaVern Ross, Mrs. Donald Birkstrand, Miss Bessie Carlson, Joseph Gummerson Jr., Monmouth; Mrs. Helmer Gustaf son, Alexis; John T. Bowman Jr., Fairfield. Dismissed Saturday — Mrs. Lottie Knox, Master Scott Smith Mrs. Joe Williams, Miss Cassandra Wallace, Mike Wheetley, Mrs. Eva Stull, Monmouth. Admitted Sunday — Miss Linda Cook, Mrs. Maude Brock, Mon mouth; Mrs. Annie Jensen, Little York. Dismissed Sunday — Mrs. Ralph Hildreth, Miss Joyce Crain, Mrs. Delia Richey, Monmouth; Mrs. Robert Hamilton and baby, Kirkwood; Lonnie Leinbach, Stronghurst. ported. No charges were filed pending further investigation. TIZZY By Kate Osann Roseville ANN LARSON Phone 426-2671 P. O. Box 397 MELON-CHOLY PAY — Jerry Adams of Ontario, Canada, holds a $5 check, made out on a watermelon, which had been sent to his wife as part of an $18 judgment awarded her for baby sitting fees. Bank of America cashed the melon, but discourages use of such novel checks. Court Gets Driver Cases MONMOUTH — Ambrose Buster, 22, of 705 W. Harlem Ave., was arrested Sunday at 6:35 a.m. for reckless driving on the public square. Buster will appear in police court Saturday. Bert M. Landenberger, 39, of 65 W. Losey St., in Galesburg, who was ticketed Sept. 17 for a stop sign violation, appeared in police court Saturday and was fined $10. Glen D. Holland, 23, of Rock Island, who was arrested Sept. i4 for driving while his license was under suspension, was arraigned in police court Saturday, was sentenced to seven days in the county jail and costs of $12.30 were assessed. Former Roseville Man Given Regional Revenue Dept. Post ROSEVILLE—James Houtchins, son of Mrs. Emma Houtchins of Roseville, has been promoted to the staff of the Assistant Regional Commissioner of Internal Revenue in Chicago. Mr. Houtchins has been chief of the Returns and Receipts branch in the office of the district director of Internal Revenue in Springfield. His new duties will consist of management and procedure evaluation in a nine- state area which includes Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota and Nebraska. His headquarters will be at 35 East Wacker Drive in Chicago. Roseville Announcements Willing Workers Class of the Christian Church will meet at the jhome of Mrs. John Rodgers on Tuesday at 2 o'clock and each member will tell about a trip taken this summer. Mrs. Eve Clark and Mrs. Blanche Adkis son will be assistant hostesses. Mrs. Walter White will lead de votions and Mrs. Harold Carr will present a program. The Anti-Can't Class of the Methodist Church will meet in the home of Mrs. Charles Mc Murry on Tuesday at 2 o'clock. PNG Club Elects Officers were elected at a re cent meeting of the Past Noble Grand Club as follows: President, Mrs. Reah Beasley; vice president, Mrs. Nellie Taylor; secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Eyleene Foltz; guardian, Mrs. Opal Carlberg and conductor, Mrs. William Riggins. Installing officer was Mrs. Beu lah Parks, assisted by Mrs. Sadie Bower. Hostesses were Mrs. Mil dred Riggins and Mrs. Bernice Schoonover. The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Fern Perrine with Mrs. Beasley as as sistant hostess. S and A at Nielsens' The Science and Art Club met on Friday afternoon in the home "A Mr. Melvin. He asked if I baby-sit and how much I earn. Then he tried to sell me shares in a mutual fund." Attend State Red Cross Meeting MONMOUTH — David Turnbull, chapter chairman of the Warren County Red Cross, and others attended the annual state conference of the Red Cross in Aurora Friday. The speaker was Ramone S. Eaton, national Red Cross vice president. Training sessions were attended in the afternoon by Turnbull, on fund raising; Dr. James Woolsey on public information; Mrs. Stanley Merion and Mrs. Del Orhen, on blood program. Woman Injured In Fall on Steps KIRKWOOD — Mrs. Roy Hensley of Good Hope, formerly of Media, fell and sustained severe injuries. Mrs. Hensley was going down the basement steps at the Good Hope Methodist Church Sept. 10 when she missed the last step, causing her to receive a broken kneecap and leg, breaking a blood vessel in the other leg and bruising the leg badly. Mrs. Hensley is the moth er of Mrs. Bernard Mahr of near Kirkwood. Mrs. Hensley is a patient in Room 202, McDonough District Hospital, Macomb FFA Plans Trip KIRKWOOD—The FFA is sponsoring a bus trip to the Farm Progress Show at Morton, Sept. 24. There is room for 10 or 12 more people. Anyone interested was asked to call Mr. Harold Huber at Phone 3524. This is a 1-day trip. Seeks Degree in Military Science ALEXIS — Maj. W. E. Caslin, son o£\ Mrs. William Caslin of Alexis has been detached from Marine Corps Schools, Quantico, Va., where he had been stationed since June 1959. Maj. Caslin has registered at the University of Maryland, where he will attend classes full time during the fall semester to complete a degree in military science. Alexis Man Faces Disorder Charge MONMOUTH — Patrick E. Boozan, 37, of Alexis, was arrested Sunday at 9:50 p.m. by State Trooper Don Gibbons on the blacktop road at the east edge of Alexis. Boozan was walking at the time. Boozan was fined $15 in police coiu't this morning on a charge of disorderly conduct. of Mrs. Gala Nielsen with Mrs. Dorothy Taylor as assistant hostess. Nineteen members and one guest were present and during the program period each one present reported briefly on their summer's vacation. Mrs. Rudy Corman, president, conducted the business session at which time the October meeting was set for a dinner meeting, when husbands of members will be guests. Roseville Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Smith of Garden Grove, Calif., and Mrs. Zella Adair were guests Saturday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson. Mrs. William Bell of Rutledge, Mo., is visiting her niece, Mrs. Charles McMurry. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hartsell spent the weekend visiting Hartsell's father in Windsor, 111. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jan Sorenson on Friday at the Monmouth Hospital. The Sorensons have a daughter and another son. The Smooth Freez refreshment stand which was a popular place during the summer months has closed for the season. Traffic Toll Cut in First Fall Weekend Recommend Conti nuing Revisions Of Feed Grain Production Program m.Mt I i c T»O* ntt \ wu~ Km* ...... - - "On the contrary, I was NOT conceding defeat when 1 said that next year things should get better!" (Reg. U.S. Pat. Oft.) By HERNARD BRENNER WASHINGTON (UPU—The National Planning Association's Agriculture Committee says that government programs designed to curb surplus feed grain production should be revised and continued indefinitely. The NPA committee says that even after present feed grain surpluses are liquidated, feed grain acreage will have to be kept about 15 to 17 million acres below the 1959-150 level to prevent a new surplus buildup. The private, non-profit research group recommends continuation, with one major change, oi an existing program under which farmers are paid for voluntarily idling feed grain acreage on an annua! basis. But the group says this should be supplemented by an expanded, long-range cropland con-1 version program under w h i c h ; growers would get federal aid for converting- feed grain acreage to other uses. I The NPA committee says in creased emphasis should be given to the longer-range cropland conversion phase of the program. Under the existing annual land- retirement program, farmers who voluntarily idle feed grain acreage get two separate benefits. First, they get rental payments on their land. Second, they are eligible for price supports on their crops. The NPA report recommends that the land rental payments be raised and direct price support payments eliminated. The re- continuing government feed grain program, producer income would drop and the livestock industry would lose a major stabilizing influence. The Agriculture Department has proposed a regulation requiring livestock buyers to make prompt payment for meat animals purchased from farmers. The proposed rule would be part, of the livestock market regulation | ° conducted under the Federal Packers and Stockyards Act. The ports that the volume of 1963-crop wheat moved into the government's price support through the end of August was the smallest since 1957. The department said that as of Aug. 31, farmers had put 79,436,976 bushels ot 1963 wheat under price support. This compares with 100,563,834 bushels under support at the same time one year ago, and nearly 200 million bushels two By The Associated Press Absence of major traffic accidents and coming of fall, which cuts highway travel somewhat from summer months, may be credited for a relatively safe past weekend on the state's roads. The Associated Press from 6 p.m. Friday to midnight Sunday counted only 11 traffic deaths in Illinois. Four of the deaths occurred in two accidents late in the weekend. Two persons were killed Sunday when their foreign made sports car was hit in the rear and thrown into the path of an oncoming bus on Illinois 78 near Havana. Passengers Injured The dead were identified as Frances L. Vohlken, 23, of Rural Rt. 1, Tamalco in Bond County and Rodney Lou Rule, 25, of Greenville. Three bus passengers and the bus driver suffered minor injuries and were hospitalized in good condition. Just before midnight Sunday, a head-on collision on a curve of Illinois 2 near Hillsdale, in Rock Island County, took the lives of two youths. Dead are Gerald H. Gottschalk, 20, of East Moline, and Manuel P. Mondragon, 24, of Sterling. State police said two passengers in Gottschalk's car were hospitalized in fair condition in a Morrison hospital. They are Wayne Settles, 22, and Judith Ward, 19, both of East Moline. Others who died Sunday include: Peter Garcia of Sterling, fatally injured in a collision on a new overpass near Sterling. A passenger in Garcia's car was injured. Lon Ballestrin, 28, of Staunton, killed after being struck by an automobile as he crossed U.S. 66 near Livingston. Robert W. LeTourneau, 28, of Belleville, fatally injured after he lost control of his car on a county road near Columbia and struck ' tree. search committee says feed grain j rule would require payment be- price supports should be kept at j fore the close of the business day a moderate level—about $1.10 a j following the sale unless some bushel in the case of corn. other agreement between buyer By next October, teed grain I and seller was made before the surpluses will be down to about ; sale READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! 55 million tons. The NPA committee says government programs should be aimed at keeping production below demand until this stock is down to between 30 and 40 million tons. The report says that without a t The department says the proposed new rule would formalize existing custom on livestock markets. The Agriculture Department re- Worry of FALSE TEETH Slipping or Irritating? Don't be embarrassed by loose false teeth slipping, dropping or wobbling when you eat, talk or laugh. Just sprinkle a little FASTEETH on your plates. This pleasant powder gives a remarkable sense of added comfort and security by holding plates more firmly. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. It's alkaline (non-acid). Get FASTEETH at any-drag counter. ( Phone 342-5151 PRESCRIPTIONS • IN QAlfSIURG HAWTHORNE paw COMPANY |^JW «M*THOtM1 DAVl IT

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