Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 27, 1963 · Page 3
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, September 27, 1963
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ALREADY TO GO-Thrce workers in the Knox County United Fund-Red Cross Appeal, stuff volunteer solicitation campaign kits to be used in the public phase of the campaign, which be­ gins Tuesday. From left to right arc Mrs. Robert E. Gordon, Mrs. Lou Scott and Mrs. David Patterson. Machinists Win Awards For Course (Picture on page 16) sociation of Machinists in charge P. L. Siemiller of Chicago, vice of the midwest area, Thursday president of the International As- night presented certificates of EAGLES CHICKEN FRY Sunday, Sept. 29 — Serving Starts 12 Noon Wataga Firemen Park EAGLES and INVITED GUESTS Fried Chicken Plate—Adults $1, Children 75c SILVER RIMS MOTORCYCLE CLUB FIELD DAY GAMES AND STUNTS Music by GOLDEN ROCKET PLAYBOYS achievement to 30 members of Marine Motor Lodge 1659 and Midwest Lodge 2063, both of I AM. Recipients of the certificates had completed the shop stewards training course sponsored by the international. Siemiller also addressed the group in the ceremonies at the Labor Temple following a buffet dinner. The course consisted of 10 two- hour sessions conducted by Lee Chapman, IAM international representative and midwest educational director. Qualifying for the certificates were 16 members of Lodge 2063 (Continued on page 16) ||1|#||> |lfl DISTRIBUTION WW M\* JHhJbl9 CENTER Plumbing - Heating - Electric • Lumber - Building Supplies LUMBER Ph. 342-6106 4 Miles South of Galesburg on Route 41 Hours • Mon. through Fri. 7:30 5:30 Sat. 7:30-5:00 PLUMBING Ph. 343-5018 ALUMATIC ALUMINUM COMB. DOORS SELF STORING AT PRE-HUNG jLI.JJ PREFINISHED PANELIN6S - V" - 4X8 From $3.68 ETLING PATIO DOORS : ~T . ,•• INSUL. GLASS $130.50 Prehung Doors BIRCH INTERIOR 2-0x6-8 $17.10 2-6x6-8 18.10 2-8x6-8 18.50 Many Other Sizes DAN DEE DOOR FRAMES Exterior 32" and 36" - $26.50 2x6 8 AND 10 FT. 70°° Per 1000 B-M 8'-.56 ea. IV-.70 ea. STEEL JACK POSTS Heavy Duty No. 79 Adj. 5' to TV - $5.75 Erling Windows FULL LINE IN STOCK DOUBLE HUNG - AWNING CASEMENTS - SLIDERS PICKET CRIBBING 48" - 50 ft. rolls $8.95 PAINT Full Line — Interior Exterior — Varnish Linseed Oil — Turpentine and Paint Brushes PHENIX MAGIC LITE FIBERGLAS GARAGE DOORS 9x7-85.75 16x7-142.75 3 TRACK ALUMINUM COMBINATION WINDOWS $12.50 By Order Only Yellow Pine Treated Barn Poles 7'-4" Top 1.15 12'-5" Top 3.95 16'-5" Top 5.95 Many Other Sizes GARAGE DOOR WEATHER STRIP 8' - 1.95 9* - 2.25 10' - 2.50 16' - 3.95 Financing Assistance Available Inquire At Office Birch Cabinets FRUITWOOD FINISH (ETLING) COMPLETE LINE IN STOCK Mercury Jet Water Conditioners Fiberglos Softeners Pressure tank and matching brine tank come in smooth, sturdy non corrosive natural fiberglas. All fittings are of copper and brass. All units equipped with positive, motorized transfer valves with fast rinse. Beauty, durability and simplicity of operation insure years of trouble free service. Fully and truly automatic. Regenerates while you sleep. Model JKAF 18 Only $13300 Inventory Clearance 152 36 pc 5 /a 4x8 Dubl-bilt Upson. Primed one side. Excellent for board and batten siding. Was $186.00 m NOW 486 / pc $ 00 m Golesburg Register-Maif, Galesburg, HI. Friday, Sept. 27, 1963 3_ Illinois Trade Envoys Ready European Junket CHICAGO (AP) — Gov. Otto Kerner has delivered a pep talk to officers of the Illinois Commission for Trade Expansion, which is sponsoring a state trade mission to Europe next month. The officers met Thursday with Kerner and outlined plans for the mission's 21-day trip. Its members come from more than 25 Illinois cities. Members of the consulates of the United Kingdom, West Germany and France also attended the meeting and discussed economic conditions in their countries. The commission was organized to give Illinois manufacturers an opportunity to establish effective sales representation in England and the Common Market countries through personal contact. The mission is its first venture. Potential "Tremendous" "I think the potential in this trip is tremendous," Kerner told the commission officers. "Only 15 per cent of the businesses in Illinois are engaged in export and still we are the largest export state in the union." The governor said he had obtained his passport and would accompany the mission, made up of officials of some 80 Illinois firms. It will leave Chicago Oct. 7 for Washington to meet with President Kennedy and be briefed by the Department of Commerce. William Blackic, the commission's chairman, told the group he believed there was more interest in foreign trade in the heart of the Midwest than on either coast. Blackie, who is president of Caterpillar Tractor Co., said the Peoria firm this year will export products valued at $300 million. He warned the group that the nation's share of international trade continues to decline. The trade mission plans to visit business firms and factories in Frankfort, Berlin. London and Paris. Also planned are trips to Birmingham. Edinburgh and Manchester in the United Kingdom. Galesburg Police Officers' Team Winner of Pistol Shoot A Galesburg Police Department team comprised of Capt. Eugene L. Smith, Capt. Forrest D. Hunslcy, Officers Robert Higgins and Ralph Sparling, won the team trophy in the expert division of the annual Illinois-Iowa Peace Officers Pistol Shoot Thursday. The Galesburg department's range at Lake Storey was the scene of the shoot, which attracted 138 entries. Participating in the event were representatives of the office of the secretary of state, Illinois State Police, Towa Highway Patrol, sheriffs' departments and police departments in Illinois and Iowa cities. Smith and Higgins served as two of the assistant range officers during the day. The 25 trophies presented were donated by Drcwry's Ltd., of South Bend, Ind. Food was served by members of the Galesburg police auxiliary. lowan Wins Points in individual shooting were out of a possible 600, while team shooting scores were out of a possible 2,400. Highway Patrol had a 502 score to take individual honors. Other first place winners among the individual competition were Trooper Kinsell, ISP, District fi, master, 557; J. Schaab, Rock Island Police Department, expert, 526; M. Schallberg, Rockford Police Department, sharpshooter, 487, and P. Husbaun, Dixon Police Department, marksman, 424. Rating first places in team shooting were Illinois State Police, District 6, master, 2,157; Galesburg Police Department, expert, 2,096; Illinois State Police, District 9, sharpshooter, 1,950, and Macomb Police Depart- FKKKDOM FOUNDATION AWARD—Mrs. Mary Lec Maxcy was named Thursday as a recipient of a Valley Forge Freedom Foundation Classroom Teachers Medal. She is shown above with John M. Lundquist, superintendent of Yates City School District, who received the notification. Mrs. Maxey is the only teacher from this area, and one of eight in Illinois, who was named a recipient. The award, to he presented officially at a later date, is designed to honor classroom teachers throughout the United States who nrc doing exceptional work in teaching responsible citizenship. William Strout of the Iowa I ment No. 1, marksman, 1,694. MUMS We arc now cutting the finest garden mums we have ever grown. All the beautiful fall colors. LARGE SIZE, up to 3'i in 73c Dot. MED. SIZE, up to 2!i In 50c Doz. Nicely arranged vases reasonably priced. CHAS. S. GRIFFIN Phone .143-9976 919 Brown Ave. OurInvitation MEDALLION HOME Presented by Dick Champion • - Ph. 343-3078 and Marshall Gardner - Ph. 342-6584 SATURDAY, SEPT. 28 1:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. SUNDAY, SEPT. 29 1:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. LOCATED 1164 PARKVIEW RD - NORTHLAND if This Medallion Home was wired by ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE SERVICE THIS MEDALLION awarded by the Illinois Power Company is a National Hallmark of excellence in electrical living. Full House Power A wiring system planned for present and future needs, 100 ampere service. Light For Living Well planned shadow free concentrated light for reading and working areas. Modern lighting in living areas plus path of lighting switching. Major Elec. Appliances Wiring for electric range, plus at least three additional major appliances. LIVE BETTER . . . Electrically ILLINOIS POWER COMPANY ADEQUATE WIRING BUREAU 284 East Simmons Street Galesburg, Illinois Phone 342-1141

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