Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 23, 1963 · Page 12
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 12

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, September 23, 1963
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12 Golesburg Register-Mall, Golesburg, lit, Monday, Sept. 23,; 1963 Tempest Offers All New Models in Three Series The 1964 Tempest will be completely new car for 1964 with many basic changes, and in addition a new series has been added. The cars go on display Oct. 3. The new car will be 8.7 inches longer than previous models, with a wheclbase of 115 inches and overall length of 203 inches. The basic changes arc headlined by a perimeter frame and Toulon Couple Return Home From South TOULON - Mr. and Mrs. William 0. Turnbull of north of Toulon have returned home from attending the National American Legion convention in Miami Beach, Fla. They also took a short trip to the Bahama Islands. Toulon News Notes Mr. and Mrs. Christian Chris- t.insen and Mrs. Martha Herblom of Neponset were Sunday guests at home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Schmidt. Elwin Fortman was taken to Kewanee St. Francis Hospital Sunday after he suffered a heart attack at his home. George Ham Jr.. rural Toulon, has entered Peoria Methodist Hospital for observation and treatment. Mrs. George Rodney and son John of Littleton, Colo., are visiting her mother, Mrs. J. C. Williamson. Mrs. Marshall Bernard, Bonnie, Joanie and Debbie of Douglas visited Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Jennie King. Mrs. Carolyn Wallace, Stark County circuit clerk and recorder, and Mrs. Dorothy Schmidt, deputy, attended a meeting of Illinois Association of County Circuit Clerks and Recorders Saturday in Springfield. Dorcas Class Meets The Dorcas class of Toulon Methodist Church recently met at the home of Mi', and Mrs. J. E. Richards, with Mrs. Clara Geach and Mrs. Bertha Morse as hostesses. Mrs. Ada Black gave the devotions and Mrs. McMillan presented the program. King Has New Duties Mrs. Jennie King has received word from her son, Pfc. Jack H. King, that he is now driving a Jeep for Lt. William A. Reynolds who heads S-4 Supply. His address is Pfc. Jack H. King (RA 55724436) HQ Co., 3rd Bn., 35 Armor, APO 139, New York, N. Y. This post is in Bamberg, Germany. 'It LOOK 1 to the Give-A-Gift VEBERS 149 E. Main St. for Fine Dinnerware $1 Down - $1 Week new six in-line and eight cylinder engines. The grille is divided, with the LeMans series having its own grille treatment and rear end design. Nine models in the three series. Tempest. Tempest Custom and LeMans. will be offered. The bodies are mounted entirely on butyl rubber "to cancel out road noise." To make more hip room, curved door window glass was used, which permits a thinner door. The doors are also larger for easier entrances and exits. The front and rear suspension systems arc new to provide better stability and easier handling. The self-adjusting brake system has larger brake drums for better performance, linings arc longer and wider, and the master cylinder is hermetically scaled against contaminating factors. Optional equipment with the 19fi4 Tempests include power window controls, p o w c r tilt front seat, rear seat speakers, Safc-T- Track differential, tilting steering wheel, breakerless ignition, back window defoggcr. dual exhausts and a custom sports steering wheel of './ood grain finish with stainless steel spokes for the sports car lover. Other special equipment include retractable seat belts, an electrically operated tail gate window, floor console and luggage racks for station wagons, power brakes, automatic and four-speed synchro- mesh transmissions, power steering, rally clock and wheel discs. Bucket seats are standard in the LeMans convertible and sports coupe. Four interiors are available in the standard Tempest; LeMans buyers will choose from six interiors, and four will be available in the Custom. Stronghurst Homecoming Plans Fixed STRONGHURST - Theme for the 1963 high school homecoming will be "Proverbs and Familiar Quotations." The annual snake dance and bonfire will be held. .Thursday, Oct. 3, at 7 p.m. The parade will be Friday at 2:45 p.m. and the football game with RMA Saturday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. The dance, sponsored by the senior class, will be held in the old gymnasium from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. Candidates for homecoming king are Larry Jacob, Glenn Fort and Steven Andrews. Queen candidates include Peg Peasley, Ruth Ann Fox and Jean Wetterling. Attendant candidates from the junior class, include Phillip Malcolm and Margie Burrell. From the sophomore class, attendant candidates: John Yale, Margo Meek; from freshmen class, Junior Cargill and Sherry Johnson. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Pr $matic — distinctive — dashing — fur felt fedora and profile cloche — so versatile — tremendously chic to wear right now, in town, for travel. Effortlessly sophisticated in fall's richest colors. Milliner/ — Second Floor TEMPEST GOES ALL NEW FOR 1964 - The Pontiac Tempest has new styling, engines, frame, body and interiors for 1964, and a new scries has been added. This is the two-door sports coupe in the new Custom line. (24) The Natural Sciences By The Reading Laboratory, Inc. Written for Newspaper Enterprise Association THERE'S no need to consider physics and chemistry separately because the method of physics is the same as that of chemistry and their subject matter is the same. You might ask then, what difference is there between physics and chemistry? As a matter of fact, there really isn't any. Chemical reactions can now be understood in terms of molecular and atomic reactions. For instance, a common chemical reaction is when an acid and a base neutralize each other. We know from modern physics that electrons and protons are atomic particles- that balance each other, that complement each other. When an atom has an equal number of electrons and protons, it's in balance, or .it's stable. But the atoms of an acid have an excess of electrons, while a base has an excess of protons. When they neutralize each other, all that really happens is that the excess electrons in the acid balance with the excess protons in the base. So actually the study of chemistry is just one branch of the larger science physics. (It's still useful to retain the different names, however. For instance, it's useful to you when you pick your courses. For the purposes of this article, however, we'll use the word physics to include chemistry). When you study physics, realize it is a science which attempts to explain the physical universe by constructing as few laws as possible. Ever since the ancient Greeks, scientists have been trying to .find the one law that would explain everything that we. observe. It's good to keep this in mind as you wade through a physics course. Although you may feel buried under a mountain of laws, if you think long enough, you'll see that they can all be understood in terms of a few basic concepts. for example, is based in the concepts of mass, velocity and force. If you always keep these three concepts right in front of you when you study, say, the laws of motion, you'll have no trouble understanding why Newton formulated his laws as he did. And if you get into the habit of trying to find the why behind each physical law, you'll have learned to get the most out of a physics course. Physics will be a lot less work, too, because it'll be interesting. Don't work up a sweat memorizing the formula for Boyle's Law; you'lljust forget it anyway. Spend your sweat to understand what Boyle's law means, and you'll probably be able to figure out the formula. If you still want to memorize the formula, it'll be easy to memorize because it'll make sense. Physics is a logical science, a building process. As a rule, you need to know everything in the first chapter before you can get much out of the second. So it's really foolish to let yourself fall too far behind your study schedule. It's not as to catch up as it is in some other subjects. To sum up: Don't get gonfused by a pile of laws. Think about them, understand them and try to break them down into a few simple concepts like mass, velocity and force. Don't memorize until you understand. That's usually' fatal. (If you can't understand something, ask your teach- Group Honors Rioan on 86th Birthday RIO—Charlie Melton was honored in his home at a potluck dinner Sept. 15 for his 86th birth- clay. Others celebrating their birthdays were Mrs. Walter Melton, and LeRoy Melton. .Others present were: Mrs. John Melton, Kim and Tami, Mrs. Bruce Stuart,. Mrs. LeRoy Melton, .Vickie, Sherri, Mark and Christine, of Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Adams, Judy, Cathy and Richie, Oneida; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Melton, and Mr. and Mrs. James Hensley, Debbie and Roxane, Abingdon; Walter Melton and Dale and Mrs. Charlie Melton, Rio, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson of Green City, Mo., a nephew of Mr. Melton, who was visiting at the Charlie Melton home over the Weekend. FORT FOR OLD SOLDIERS DODGE CITY, Kan. (AP) Established in 1864 to protect settlers and travelers from bands of maurading Indians along the Santa Fe trail, Ft. Dodge is still in use. The ancient stone buildings five miles east of Dodge City now house the Kansas State Soldiers Home. course; don't let your studying fall behind. (NEXT: The best ways to study mathematics). Newton's view of the universe, er for help). Keep up with the PASSION PLAY September 29-30 TICKET INFORMATION Call or Write GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL 140 S. Prairie 342-5161 Slip into weightless sensation . . . 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Three births, three deaths and no marriages were reported. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Carlson and Bruce, Mrs. Letha Hutchinson, Mrs Gladys Vincent, Mrs. Albin Lun dell and James, Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Fickling, Cambridge; Da vid Lundell, Lincoln, Neb.; Mr and Mrs. Walter Olson, Andover; Mr. and Mrs. George Lundell and Ronald, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bradford and Debra, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lundell, Kewanee; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Conrad, Woodhull; Mr. and Mrs. Willard Palmer and Robert, Galva; Mr. and Staircase Mystery EXETER, England (UPI) — The Theater Royal today offered a $70 reward for the recovery of a spiral staircase' stolen during the weekend. Mrs. Richard Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Barnard Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Almquist and Bar­ nard. Marsha Copeland. Arthur W. Almquist, Beatrice and Karleen Johnson, Altona, and Dorothy Johnson, Galesburg. 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