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6 Galesburfl Reqister^Moil, Gofesburg, III, Tuesday, Sept. 24,1963 CALVA 324 Main St RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent New Doctor Begins Practice GALVA—The newest doctor to start practice in Galva is a 40-year- old man who was born in Poland and educated in Spain. Dr. Tadues Maciejczyk opened his office Friday at 325 Main St. at the site formerly occupied By Dr. C. L. Hernandez, who moved from Galva about a year ago. ' — Maciejczyk left his native Poland in 1945 and finished his high school education at a Polish institution in Gc-many. He then went to France and later to Spain, where he entered Madrid Centra! University as a medical student. Maciejczyk was graduated with an MD degree in 1955 and did a year's post-graduate work at the university. He also worked at the university clinic and at a TB sanitarium in Spain. The doctor started his practice in a small Spanish village and in June 1952 Log Fire Call at Toulon Residence TOULON — The Toulon volunteer firemen were called to the Mrs. Dora Harrington home Sunday about 7 p.m. when a skillet on the stove was on fire. The Harrington family was not home and a neighbor discovered the fire. Damage consisted of a scorched wall and from smoke RIB SHACK North on Rout* ISO Blbi, B*af. Chicken. Fried Chicken. Shrimp. Ptai, Sandwiches- Air Conditioned For carry out eervlee Call 342-2413 Open Daily at S P.M. ENDS TONIGHT! 'THE GREAT ESCAPE' CLOWN AND THE KID THEATRE Starts TOMORROW SPENCER TRACY BURT LANCASTER RICHARD W1DMARK MARLENE DIETRICH JUDY GARLAND ...... MAXIMILIAN SCHELL MONTGOMERY CUFT came to the United States as an immigrant. For three years he worked at Our Lady of Lord Memorial Hospital, Binghamton, N.Y., where he also continued his studies. He a' i worked as an intern at Youngstown, Ohio and as a doctor at Barberton Citizens Hospital. Barberlon, Ohio. Maciejczyk recently passed the Ilinois State Board Examination for doctors. Galva News Briefs The state museummobile will visit the elementary schools in Henry County between Sept. 27 and Oct. 31. It will have some articles from the new State Museum in Springfield. Cecil Mock, who had been a patient at the Peoria Methodist Hospital, was moved Monday by ambulance to the Kewanee Public Hospital. Members of the board of directors of the Galva Lions Club will meet tonight at 7 o'clock in the Camera Clubroom. JUDGMENT N UREMBERG • KIEMR> WW UNfTtD AITHTt CO-FEATURE THE EUST JAMtS BOKO FILM MVtHTtMtl IAN FLEMING'S Dr.No TECHNICOLOR UlluuUlhni UNHIDES »*1UT$ Shown At: 7:15 COMING SUNDAY 'Gathering of the Eagl lies" | Former Neighbors And Classmates Assemble at Galva Mrs. Florence E. Johnson, 1965 E. Main St., Galesburg, was honored at a get-together Sunday in the home of Mrs. Emma Morris at Galva. Former neighbors, classmates and friends attended. Guests included: Mrs. Johnson's daughters, Mrs. Letitia Benz and Mrs. How ard Morse and Mr. Morse and Mrs. Esther Nelson of Galesburg; Mrs. Willard Nelson of Victoria, Mrs. Nell Weinrich of Winfield, Kan.; Everett Bloom of Rockford, and Mrs. lone Johnson, Mrs. W. H. Larson, Mrs. Anton Johnson, Mrs. Clarence Naslund, Mrs. Edith Hilderbrand, Mrs. Floyd Bolin, Mrs. Agnes Kapple, Mrs. Signa Winter, Mrs. Elbert Kenney, Miss Pearl Collinson, Mrs. Lois McFarlane, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Larson and C. H. Larson of Galva. Hospital Notes From Toulon TOULON — Mrs. William Bruning was taken by ambulance Saturday to Kewanee Public Hospital, where she is in serious condition. Earlier in the day, Mr. Bruning had returned from the hospital, where he had been a patient a week. Mrs. Jennie Sundquist fell and broke her right wrist Thursday while returning to her home from downtown. She was a patient in Kewanee Public Hospital, where the fracture was reduced. Autumn Gets Off to Fast Economy Gain By SAM DAWSON NEW YORK (AP)-Confidence is gaining on caution as autumn gets going. Some basic industries like steel and aluminum are revising upward their performance goals. Retailers note with pleasure that consumers aren't retrenching. On the contrary they are spending a bit more and going further into debt, which spells confidence in their ability to repay. All this is over and beyond what the stock market or Congress may do. Each will put its mark on both business and consumer confidence. But at the moment Americans seem to channel much of their caution into assessing the bull market and congressional moves. They may hope for, but don't count on congressional pump priming, such as a tax cut soon or an increase in government spending above the usual orte which the public has come to take for granted. Both consumers and business men seem to think they're going to do all right anyway, even if the market and Congress are un predictable. Caution is far from out of fash ion. It still tempers business thinking, and thus puts a brake on any urge for a full-throttle boom. But summer has been kinder to much of the economy than many had hoped for back in June. So autumn comes on stage with built- in confidence that business should see its normal fall advance and perhaps a little bit more. Steel companies are now planning production increases. Steel sales were higher than expected this summer, and orders coming in now would point to a 10 per cent rise in shipments next month. The Aluminum Association reports th at record high production in August and the strength of new orders now seem to assure that this year's output will top the high mark set last year. The Pureau of Public Roads predicts total motor vehicle registrations this year of 3,035,000 up 3.8 per cent from 1962. Personal income totals continue to rise, with monthly flustrations in the percentage of increase. Incomes rate of $464.9 billion, a record high. Issue Marriage License at Toulon TOULON — A marriage license was issued Sept. 20 in the office of Stark County Clerk James T. Jackson to James H. Reeves of Wyoming and Betty Jane Thomas of Carmen. ^ OPEN 12:45 PialSna NOW! 4 Shows Daily At :00.3:45-6:30>9:15 55 DAYS THAT STUNNED THE WORLD! AT »w»t aORAUOBSOU KHUKINIO HKWWOKWS ItOOl fSMKlflWK IWMSfltt SPECIAL WUKK rasauB «ww w&m ".DMITRI flONKN POPULAR wSSPHIUP YOROAN-KRNARO GORDON ^NICHOLAS RAY """SSAMUELBRONSION PRICE . 70UM SUPER TECKNIRAMA" TECHNICOLOR" mwrJUIDMlEB OPEN 1;1S W est DISNEY HITSI NOW! 2 A WflttDISNW*** fummerWogic •V - TpCHNICOLOR* £Jjb PLUS 2nd DISNEY HIT! UOWSTONE CUBS! MItU* *) WPt* VlSTAOainwm* U. IK. • ()IU *4t dim*, ti^xum HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage ADMISSIONS MONDAY Miss Dorothy L. Hiatt. Wataga, Lawrence E. Hatch Tr 1305 Rock Island Ave. Don R. Blncker, 228 Cedar Ave. Mrs. Esther A. Osbloom, Galva. John H. Malcolm, 1084 Bateman. Paul W. Mustaln. WllltPinsfleld. Mrs. Anna M. Larson, 481 Phillips. Mrs. .Teanet.te A. Tacobs Blggsvllle Mrs. Georgann Shreeves Knox­ vllle. Mrs. Mabel E. Craver Abingdon. Howard L. Stull, Monmouth. Michael J. Conner 749 W. North. Mllo W. Anderson, Altona. Mrs. Caroline M. Toothe, Knoxvllle. Mrs. Alice A. Grablll, 1292 N. Cedar. Charles W. Sharp, 20b E. Pearl. Mrs. Mary K. Wells, Altona. Miss Lynn C. Wtlev. 1079 Huber. Stanley J. Adams, Oneida. Mrs. Berntce Bothwell. 346 E. Fifth. Mrs. Avis C. Dunn, 564 N. Pearl. Paul C. Wllklns, 313 N Henderson. Mrs. Shirley I. Thurman, 848 E. Third. DISMISSALS MONDAY Emery E. Bellinger, Alexis. Mrs. I.orralnr J. Shover, London Mills. Mrs. Geraldlne Helmkomp and baby. Kewanee. Charity McDonnld, 375 N. Cherry. Mrs. Cora Harris, 935 Dayton Drive. Mrs. Mildred Laeky. 47 Seldon. John D. Tuthlll, Gllson Ira Stickler, 310 N. Pearl. Mrs. Shirley McBride, Monmouth. St. Mary's ADMISSIONS MONDAY Mrs. Donald Nott, 412 Locust St. Mrs. James Gunther, Knoxvllle. Donald Damitz, Galesburg Route 1. Charles A. Haskins, Abingdon. Mrs. Mae E. Fields, Rio. Mrs. George W. Mead, 1029 Monroe St. Mrs. Robert Abrahamson, 514 Hawkinson Ave. Irvin Herrin, 68 Olive St. Dennis Grlder, Abingdon. Mrs. Weldon Riggen, Prlnceville. Mrs. Berthol Taylor, 612 W. First St. O- nlon Johnson, Victoria DISMISSALS MONDAY Paul A. Felz, 555 Jeftersoh St. Mrs. Terry E. Langdon, 1108 Grand Ave. Albert Matthews, 382 N. Kellogg St. ^ , Mrs. Richard Newman and -baby, 399 W. Tompkins St. Mrs. James dinger, 126 Lincoln St James Dean O'Malley, 1399 Mulberry St. David T. Spohn. Seymour Hall. Mrs. Kenneth Watson. Monmouth. Anniversary Is Celebrated MAQUON — Mr. and Mrs. John Buckingham were honored Sept. 15 at a family get-together at the old Buckingham homestead at Washburn. The event honored the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Buckingham, which was Sept. 14. Thirty members of the immediate family were pres ent. George McKenna was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Nelson of Peoria were Tuesday callers at the home of Mrs. L. C. Davis. John Henderson Jr. of Havana spent a day with his grandmother, Mrs. Effie Stiarwalt, and uncle Monte. To scuttle a ship means to sink or attempt to sink it by opening holes in the bottom or sides. BUSHNELL 620 W. Hurst St., Bushnell. Iftttl. B«ut< itlllMtl Phdrie Bushnell 619 Bushnell-Prairie City Unit Board Approves Budget BUSHNELL—The annual school budget for the 1963-64 school year was adopted Sept. 19 by the Board of Education, Bushnell-Prairie City School Unit, and the tax levies for the year 1963, payable in 1964, determined. No patrons of the district appeared at the public hearing to question or obtain information —— prior to the adoptions Anticipated receipts are: Educational fund, $601,169; building and bond funds, 137,224; Illinois Municipal retirement fund, 7,875; and, transportation fund, 36,000. Allowances for the issuance of anticipation warrants for 5,000 in the educational fund and 13,000 in the building fund were included. While allowances for anticipation warrants have been in previous budgets, it has not been necessary for the board to resort to this method of financing since the formation of the district in 1948, and it does not appear likely Movie Calendar TUESDAY, SEPT. 24 ORPHEUM: "55 Days at Peking," 1:00, 3:45, 6:30, 9:15. WEST: "Summer Magic," 1:30, 4:10, 6:55, 9:40; "Yellowstone Cubs," 3:2C, 6:00, 8:45. DRIVE-IN: "Clown and the Kid," 7:15; "The Great Escape," 8:30. One comp: te showing nightly. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! to be necessary during the present year. Expenditures anticipated are: Educational Fund, $598,280.07; building fund, 56,561; bond and interest fund, 80,275; municipal retirement fund, 7,875; and, transportation fund, 36,000. Tax levies approved for 1963 were: Educational fund, $330,000; building fund, 70,000; retirement fund, 7,000, and, transportation fund, 5400. These levies are essentially the same as last year, as the district is levying the full amount permitted by law. However, an increase in the total tax rale of approximately 5 cents per $100 is expected because of the increase due in the payment of outstanding bonds. The rate for the present year is $1.8737. Bond and interest payment will jump from 80,920 to 99,570. As soon as the auditing firm completes its work for the past year,/ a complete financial report will be made to the citizens of the district. Payment of bills for August were approved, as well as plans for an intra-mural program during the winter months for high school boys. An intent to participate in the NDEA program for 1963-64 also was declared. The next regular meeting of the Board will be Oct. 24. Bushtiell Neva Notes Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ames, Lyn and Clark were Sunday callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Camp and family. The Mound Homemakers Club will have its first fall meeting Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the home ot Mrs. Katie Beal. Mrs. Doris Cheek and Benny Monday were in Carbondale, where Benny enrolled for the winter quarter at Southern Illinois University. The WCTU will hold a county convention Thursday at 9:30 a.m. at the Assembly of God Church in Macomb. Rev. Perry Bishop of Avon Methodist Church will be guest speaker at 1:30 p.m. Conduct Bike Hike The fifth grade group of Camp* fire Girls met Monday at th« home of Mrs. Pat Lafary tor a bike hike. Seventeen girls fode to the country home of Mrs. Betty Tracey, where games were played and treats served by thi guardians, Mrs. Tracey and Mrs. Frances Magnuson. Nancy Thurman and Susan Ruark were in charge of games. Wednesday Night SPECIAL CHICKEN IN THE BASKET 75c CLUB 34 Homer and Ruby Walker Roue 34 AIR CONDITIONED For Your Comfort ENTERTAINMENT FOR •conomy-mrncM TRAVELERS Famous for Good Food Write for Folder No. 2 MILITARY RESERVATION Largest military reservation within a city's limits in the United States is San Francisco's • Presidio. First selected as military headquarters for the soldiers of Spain's Charles III in 1776, it covers 1,540 acres. NOW PLAYING The Days of Wine and Roses STARRING — JACK LEMMON and LEE REMICK SHOW STARTS — 7:30 P.M. ADULTS 60c :: CHILDREN 25c CADI THEATRE CAlxL KNOXVILLE Starting Friday, Sept. 27 — "THE LONGEST DAY" it The National Restaurant In Roseville wishes to announce that we will be serving Chuckwagon Dinners on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday evenings • • • All you can eat for a buck. Sunday Buffet Dinners served from 11:00 A.M. 'Till 8:00 P.M. Notional Restaurant ROSEVILLE, ILLINOIS '-•X»V"%v The Pat Booth Quartet featuring JODI JENKINS, Vocalist FRANK'S FALL FEATURE COMPLETE STEAK DINNER e cwsujets FROM FIDELITY FEDERAL One of Fidelity Federal's many services is educating families about home financing. If you have any questions, why don't you take advantage of our home loan experience and knowledge . . . and see us soon. 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