Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 28, 1963 · Page 5
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, September 28, 1963
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New Cigarette Production Mark Looms WASHINGTON (UPI)-The Agriculture Department indicated today that cigarette sales prospects for next year were clouded by a pending government report on the issue of smoking and health. The department said that increasing population and high levels of consumer income pointed to another increase in American cigarette production next year —another new all-time record on the heels of a record-breaking cigarette year in 1963. But the department added in a tobacco report today that the Public Health Service is currently preparing a scientific report on smoking and health. The report is scheduled for completion around the end of this year. The Agriculture Department said that until the report is made public, it will be impossible to predict whether the document will make any major change in cigarette sales. The department says it is offering plant breeders throughout the world stocks of seed for use in developing hybrid wheat. A department spokesman says this offer will be open to the Soviet Union for help in improving its lagging wheat production. The seed will be available if the Soviets ask for it under an existing Russian-American exchange program. The announcement is another long stride toward the development of practical, commercial hybrid wheats. But research experts warn that it may be four to 10 years before any hybrid wheats are proved practical for commercial production and made available to farmers. Eye Practical Place Dr. Louis Reitz, a department specialist, says it may take that long to find out if there's really going to be a practical place for hybrid wheat. Preliminary experiments have shown that some hybrids might increase wheat yields by up to 15 per cent, but no commercial varieties have yet been developed. What the department is now offering to breeders is seed of two breeding lines. Breeders now must blend these lines with wheats carrying qualities adapted to the various wheat-growing regions of the nation and the world. MERCURY ADDS TWO SERIES — For 1964 Mercury will offer two new series, the top car, Park Lane, and the Montclair, The front car here is the four-door hardtop Marauder with fast* back roofline, and the rear is one of the brcczc- way models. The move is to get a larger share of the medium-priced market. Mercury Will Manufacture Two New Series for 1964 A chocolate-sauce stain on that white tablecloth? Try dipping the cloth into hot water several times and then washing with suds. Jf traces of the stain remain, you can try bleaching lightly and rinsing well. RIB SHACK North on Route 150 Rlbi, Beet. Chicken. Fried Chicken. Shrimp. Pizza, Sandwiches. Air Conditioned For carry out lervlce Call 342-2413 Open Daily at S P.M. SATURDAY & SUNDAY SPECIAL BAKED HAM with sweet potatoes or mashed, buttered corn, salad, bread & butter. 99c SANDWICH SPECIAL HAMBURGERS 15c FRENCH FRIES 15c Large Glass of Blend 10c Wafraga Cafe PHONE 375-6515 The Mercury people will push for a larger share of the medium- priced market during the coming year by offering two new series. The new cars for 1964 are the top-of-the-line Park Lane and Montclair. The latter is between the basic Monterey and the Park Lane. A four-door fastback hardtop Marauder will be offered in all three series, and a Commuter station wagon has been added. The Breezeway design, first introduced in the 1963 Mercury, Quotes From Today's News (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.) By United Press International WASHINGTON — Republican National Chairman William E. Miller, criticizing President Kennedy's "non-political" tour of the West: "The last vestige of pretense has been removed from the tongue-in-cheek description of the President's western tour as a nonpolitical one." VATICAN CITY — Joseph Elmer Cardinal Ritter of St. Louis, attending the second session of the Ecumenical Council: "I think prospects for this session are very promising. We should make real progress." UNITED NATIONS — U.S. Ambassador Adlai E. Stevenson on accusations by Albania that the United States is openly threatening Communist China: "The tenor and tone of his (the delegate's) speech once again foretells what would happen to the atmosphere and effectiveness of the United Nations if Communist China should become a member." WASHINGTON—Turncoat hoodlum Joseph Valachi quoting gangland chief Vito Genovese, who gave him the "kiss of death": "Sometimes you buy a barrel of apples and one of the apples is touched . . . that one has to be removed or it'll touch the rest of the apples." Horse Show & Trail Ride SUNDAY, SEPT. 29 C. L. Moser Farm, first road North of Kozy Inn, Vh miles West. TRAIL RIDE __ _ 10:30 HORSE SHOW.- 1:00 Lunch on Grounds Sponsored by Boots & Saddle Club keeps the rear window free of ice, snow and rain by the overhang of the room, and in the summer it shades rear seat passengers. The window, which is retractable, helps control ventilation for all seasons. The car is 1.3 inches higher and is mounted on 8.00 x 14 tires. The grille, front fenders, bumpers, side trim and rear have been restyled. Six V-8 engines, as compared to four last year, will be offered. Four of them have 390-cubic inch displacement with horsepowers of 250, 266, 300 and 330. The two 427-cubic-inch engines sport 410 and 425 horsepower. Carburetion in the 390 engines has been changed to help give better cold starts, better fuel economy and smoother running. Fully synchronized three-speed manual, four-speed manual and three-speed dual range automatic transmission will be offered to go with the six engines. Some of the new features include directional signal indicators located on top of the front fenders, making them visible to the driver. These will be standard on Montclair and Park Lane models and on Colony Park station wagons, and are in addition to instrument panel indicators. A glass backlite for the convertibles allows the top to be lowered without unzipping the rear window. Options available are improved power brakes and air conditioning, swing - away steering column, power steering, seat and windows and rear seat speakers. The 1964 Mercury models will go on display Oct. 4. Correction Music for tonight's Moose Lodge dance party will be by the Max Paulsgrove Orchestra. The name of the orchestra was incorrectly listed in the ad in Friday's edition of the Galesburg Register-Mail. Larchland Group Holds Breakfast LARCHLAND - A breakfast was held at Eldridge Park in Roseville Sept. 19 by the Larchland Community Aid Society. Mr. and Mrs. William Gillcn attended a family dinner Wednesday at the Holiday Inn at Galesburg, honoring several birthdays in the Gillen family. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Carlson entertained a number of guests at I heir home Sunday in honor of I he birthday of his aunt, Mrs. Dale Salmons of Monmouth. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Salmons and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Eylor and family, of Monmouth, Mr. and Mi's. Gerald Carlson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carlson. The Larchland Community Aid Society met at the hall Wednesday for a fall house cleaning of the building. Mr. and Mrs. Zcra Hutt of Monmouth and Mr. and Mrs. Zero Hutt of New Boston were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jackson and family Sunday. Mrs. Pearl Fillman of Monmouth and Mrs. Lillie Davis called on their cousin, Jessie Bollman of near Smithshire. Their cousin, Charles Bollman, is a patient in Mercy Hospital in Burlington. Vince Raymond, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Raymond, received a knee injury in the junior varsity football game between Warren and Stronghurst Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waller of Peoria and Mrs. Alta Martin of London Mills were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schrodt Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardesty recently called on his father, Dell Hardesty, at the Heron Nursing Home in Bushnell. Miss Dee Ann Smith of Chicago visited her grandmother, Mrs. Lillie Davis, Sunday. Mrs. Chester Thrift and Cherise of Oak Park and Miss Helen Russell of Chicago called on Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ray Sunday. GUEST NIGHT $1 BUYS YOUR GUESTS' DINNER MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30 This offer good Monday, Sepl. 30. Only Buy any priced dinner at regular price and your guest may receive a meal of equal value or less for only |1.00 by presenting this coupon. HARBOR LIGHTS SUPPER CLUB Guest Nile Coupon Party Buffets served to groups of 25 or more with reservation. Phone 342-4517 Harbor Lights SUPPER CLUB Route 150 North — "On the Strip" THEATRE w Rt. 34 West • Open 6:45 P.M. Tonight Only The Story of a Girl and the Men who led Her UN JOANNE — CLAIRE • CAROL TREVORlYNLEY HMWlOPioduclion •Li CINEMASCOPE ZO -CINJlKY-fOX • PLUS FORPEOPLE WITH NERVES OF IRON ONLY!!! THE RED PHONE... HIS MISTRESS... HER RIVAL... Starts Tomorrow ROCK HUDSON A GATHERING ' OF EAGLES EiUmtn COLOR AUMVUSAt. ncnwE Jackie "PAPA'S DELICATE GLEASON CONDITION" Gglesburg Register-Mo if, Galesburg, 111. Saturday, Sept, 28, 1 963 S_ Mrs. Carrie Whitney and Mr*. Jennie Flefsher of Elmwood. GREET NEWCOMER—James Darren and newcomer Cindy Carol have a lovers' quarrel in the new Jerry Bresler production, "Gidgct Goes to Rome." now showing at the West Theater in color. Miss Carol plays Gidgct, the exuberant teen-ager who finds Rome is a great place for romance. Jessie Royce Landfs, Cesarc Danova and Danielle de Mctz also star in the film. HOSPITAL NOTES Co loltagc ADMISSIONS FRIDAY John E. Pates, SR5 E. Berrien SI. Mrs. Norma C. Davis, 10(34 Johnson St. Marjorle G. Harding, 1C88 N. West St. Forrest Bonham, Galosburg Route 1. Mrs. Joyce A. Allrcd. East Galesburg. Mrs. Lorrce M. Eaves, 1171 E. North SI. Mis. Bonnie .T. Cowlev, Dahinrla. Thomas Wl. Larson. 15fi0 N. Cherry St. C. Wavne Corhin. East Galcsburg. DISMISSALS FRIDAY Walter G. Swanson, 242 S. Seminary St. Cathy L. Nelson, HOI Pine St. Rnndcll D. Frcy, 1490 Meadow Dr. Mrs. George Ann Shrceves, Good Samaritan Home. Lawrence E. Hatch Jr. 1206 Rock Island Ave. Mrs. Beverly J. Scott. 1719 Rock Island Ave. Don R. Bluckcr, 228 Cedar Ave. Mrs. Ina M. Checsman, 955 Dayton Dr. Mrs. Betty J. Johnson. 17M Harrison St. Mrs. IWable E. Craver, Abingdon. Mrs. Olga L. Hamlin. Abingdon. J. Arthur Bloomer, Rio Robert A. Longco.-, New Boston. Mrs. Bettye Munson, 1187 Park View Rd. Arthur Strom. Victoria. Henry County Home Aide Resigns Job Homemakers Extension Council representatives in Henry County recently accepted the resignation of Mrs. Donna Kay Elliott, assistant home adviser. Mrs. Elliott has been employed by the University of Illinois Extension Service in Henry County since July 1961. Her resignation is effective Oct. 31, according to Mrs. John G. Johnson, organization president. A 1961 graduate of Iowa State University at Ames, Mrs. Elliott has applied her professional training to all phases of home economics. Her primary responsibility has centered around the development and expansion of 4- H Club work in Henry County. St. Mary 's ADMISSIONS FRIDAY Miss Phyllis Curtis, Knnxvillc. Miss Antonlca M. Cambicr. Knox College. Mrs. Raymond L. Boyd. 122 Sumner St. Jerry E. McCutchcon, Dahlnda. Gary Lee Yelm, LaFnyettc. Miss L. Elaine Woods. Avon. John K. Byland, 4fil N. Academy St. Jacqueline Ann Colvln 600 Flfer St. Mrs. Paul J. Rupert. 1415 Conger St. Mrs. Roland W. McDnugald, 696 Hoi ton St. Miss Eleanor K. Canflclcl. 491 N. Broad St. Mrs. Gerald C. VanVclsor, 793 S. Seminary St. DISMISSALS FRIDAY Ira Andrew Asbury, 802 E. South St. Fred J. Brown, Har\*y Nursing Home. Jill E. Hagerty, Knoxvllle. Michael Kendrlck, Abingdon. Kirs. Harold Mahar, WllllamsfIcld. Everett Todd Nylin, Kelthshurg. Mrs. Rodney W. Price, 1752 Baird Ave. Mrs. John L. Rogers, 486 E. Second St. Robert .1. Sanrlcl, Abingdon. Mrs. Dclmcr Simmons, 188,1 Clay Dr. Mrs. Ethel M. Stanforth, 574 N. Prairie St. Mrs. Robert L. Thompson. Maquon. Edward D. Wordcn, 452 E. Third St. Birth Record ELMWOOD - Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whitney of Urbana are parents of son born Sept. 23. He is their first child and has been named Robert Mathew. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. C. E..Chapman of Peoria. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. L. Richard Whitney of Elmwood. Great-grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fergu- ELMWOOD - Mr. and Mrs. Dean Gletin of Salina, Kan., are parents of a girl born Sept. 21. She is welcomed by a brother. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Howard Barber of To* neka, Kan. Paternal grandpar* ents are Mr, and Mrs. Leonard Glenn and paternal great-grandmother is Mrs. Milo Glenn, all son of Green City, Mo., and of Elmwood. NOW SHOWING THE LONGEST DAY THE PICTURE OF THE YEAR ADULTS $1.00 - CHILDREN 50c SHOW STARTS 7:30 THEATRE - KNOXVILLI Movie Calendar SATURDAY-SUNDAY, SEPT. 28-29 ORPHEUM: "Beach Party," 1:30, 3:35, 5:40. 7:45, 9:50. WEST: "13 Frightened Girls," 1:30, 4:45, 8:05; "Gidgct Goes to Rome," 3:0:, 6:25, 9:45. Ad Correction BLACK & WHITE or TEACHERS SCOTCH BIG 10 Liquor 10 E. MAIN OPKN DAILY AT 1:15 F.JM. WEST NOW! 2 SMASH FEATURES r §50GETTnhe ,.iw COLUMBIA PICTURES PRESENTS A JERRY BRESLER PROOUCIKW STAOnmo JESSIE ROYC6 CESAflK OAfujuG WM&^mfl^W^\.*Mto*im Brooks Flip M n,Kjth«rine ind OtleEuns* PLUS — 2nd HIT film* h Scenic- COiOR 13 INTERNATIONAL BEAUTIES * THE CANDY WEB I FEATURES SHOWN DAILY — AT — 1 :30 • 3:35 - 5:40 7:45 and 9:50 P.M. NOW SHOWING Dueled by PATHEC0L0R PANAVISI0N WILLIAM ASHER • LOU RUSOFF • JAMES H. NICHOLSON iOU RUSOFF • SAMUEL Z.ARKQFF • LES BAXTER (*cculive Productr Mus.c by

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