Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 28, 1963 · Page 19
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 19

Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, September 28, 1963
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Radar Traps Speeders; 10 Fines Imposed Ten persons paid fines today in Police Magistrate Court after pleading guilty to charges of speeding. Most of them were caught by radar. They were: Chester L. Campbell, 279 Virginia Ave., $10; Richard L. Watt, 442 E. Fifst St., $10; Vicki L. Holt, Galesburg Route 2, $10; William L. Swanson, 1449 Harrison St., $15; Rollie W. Morgan, 962 N. Farnham St., $10; Raymond E. Haun, 1373 N. Farnham St., $10; Carl P. Simpson, 356 N. Chambers St., $10; Kent A. Murphy, 242 Pine St., $15; Richard L. Hartman, 242 Hawkinson Ave., $10, and Richard H. Brooks, 256 Virginia Ave., $10. All paid $5 costs also. Forrest Craig, 31, of 862 Abingdon St., was fined $10 for" disorderly conduct. Police reported he expected to marry Shirley Richardson, of the same address, Friday, but she refused to marry him. Police said he created a disturbance at the Abingdon street address and also at the police station. Disobeyed Signal In other" traffic violations, Martin N. Spencer, 144 W. Simmons St., paid $10 for disobeying a railroad crossing signal; Richard D. Powell, 704 N. Cherry St., and Susan R. Miller, 1262 Parkview Road, both paid $10 for driving too fast for conditions. Terry L. Williamson, 853 E. Fifth St., was fined $10 and costs for driving without a drivers license. He is 15 years old. Thomas E. Brown, 1196 N. Kellogg St., paid $5 for making excessive noise, and Jack R. Pearson of Oneida paid $10 for disobeying a stop sign. Bob L. Shelton, 559 N. Chambers St., paid $10 for following too close, and Marie Wood, 464 Arnold St., was fined $10 for leaving the scene of an accident. All paid $5 costs also. Telstar Topic For Speaker at \ Exchange Meet Telstar communications satellite was the topic of the program at Friday noon's Exchange Club meeting in Custer Inn. The speaker, Don Richardson, representing the Illinois Bell Telephone Company's Peoria office, was introduced by George Black, program chairman. Richardson explained how the satellite communicates, and showed color-slide pictures. Solar power is used to relay microwaves, he said, and in this way the use of Telstar makes communication between all parts of the world possible. Robert D. Peck spoke briefly in behalf of contributions to the United Fund campaign now beginning. Kenneth G. Mullenix, of the First Galesburg National Bank & Trust Co. staff, was inducted as a new member of Exchange Club. The ceremony was performed by R. D. Lucas, with R. H. Pearson Jr. as sponsor. Marriage License Robert L. Richardson and Miss Donna L. Quinn, both of Galesburg. Sherrill L. Swanson of Victoria, and Miss Louise M. Cox of Maquon. John C. Bodenhamer of Abingdon, and Miss Mary K. Smith of Galesburg. Larry E. Frakes of North Henderson, and Miss Martha R. Glendening of Galesburg. Frederick N. Hartzell and Mrs. Nancy J. Hartzell, both of Alpha. Billy L. Lindsey and Miss Shirley M. Howe, both of Canton. George L. Newberg of Moline and Miss Jeanne E. Meirhaeghe of Coal Valley. Kenneth R. Meade of Davenport, Iowa, and Miss Cheryl D. Waffle of Moline. William E. McKee of Farmington, and Miss Billie A. Treadway of Galesburg. Larry W. Hovind and Miss Phoebe Kay Hogan, both of Galesburg. Peter S. Jacobs of Metairie, La., and Mrs. Margaret E. Sawyer of Enid, Okla. Ronald E. Ryan and Mrs. Gladys J. Voight, both of Peoria. Alvie L. Louck and Miss Dina J. Melburg, both of Oquawka. Franklin D. Colwell, and Miss Cecile M. Shaw, both of Galesburg. James A. Cozad and Miss Linda R. Miller, both of Galesburg. Edwin E. Roach of Oneida, and Miss Marlene K. McMenimen of Galesburg. They'll Do It Every Tim© By Jimmy Hatlo HOWCUM? OkC?A,TME TEENA&ER, WANTS TO HIDE THE FACT SHE HAS /VBRACE ON HER MOLAR**" NEVER OPENS HER MOUTH.' NEVER GOES OUT.' WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH HER ? BUT SHE'LL APPEAR IN PUBLIC WITH ENOUGH INSULATORS IN HER _ HAIR TO GET TELSTAR-HOWCUM? New Dram Shop Act Suit Is Filed in Court Plaintiff in a dram shop damage suit filed Sept. 18 in Knox County Circuit Court, Friday added two defendants to the one named in the original suit. Cordelia Yelm, the plaintiff, named Sam Tucker of Sam's Tap at Williamsfield as defendant in the original suit. Friday's action added Ethel Kefauver, doing business as George's Place at Yates City, and Frank Coykendall, doing business as Casey's Tap, Yates City, as defendants along with Sam's Tap. It was alleged that on Sept. 29, 1962, the taverns sold liquor to Everett B. Yelm. The complaint stated that the liquor caused Yelm to become intoxicated and that while in this condition he drove his car off a country road near Williamsfield, and the car upset. He died Oct. 6, 1962, from injuries received in this accident. Each defendant is being sued for $20,000. Alpha Lodge Makes Awards In Ceremonies Two men were awarded first degrees by the Alpha Masonic Lodge Friday night, and numerous others were given pins in recognition of longtime membership. Dale Lithander and Robert Fundenberger received the degrees in ceremonies held at the Masonic Temple. Winning pins for 40-year membership were Jay S. Baker, W. Ray Cordell, George P. Culver, Charles M. Stromquist, Alex H. Telford, William A. Cole, Arthur J. Eskridge, William L. Finch, Clifford E. Obenlander, Ansley H. Tracy and Maurice C. Weese. Recipients of 25-year-membership pins were Elvin A. Butler, Earl E. Haines, Ivan E. Harrison, Harold E. Foster, Eugene S. Nelson. Charles R. Potter, Clarence A. Schriver and James B. Strong. Pakistan Will Get Big Loan To Buy Steel KARACHI (AP)-Pakistan and the United States today signed an agreement for a $70.4-million loan to be used for buying U.S. iron, steel and other material under the second five-year plan ending in 1965. This is the first loan agreement signed after the United States suspended a $4.7-million loan for developing Dacca Airport last month. This was after Pakistan and Red China signed a commercial air agreement. Talks for renewal of this loan are in progress in Washington. READ TTE WANT ADS! B58s Get Practice WASHINGTON (UPI) - Supersonic B58 bombers are making practice flights from the United States to bases in Spain and the mid-Pacific island of Guam. The Air Force said Friday the 1,300-mile per hour "Hustler" bombers were flying in groups of three or four to Torrejon and Moran air bases in Spain, and remaining there a few days to give ground crews training in support activities. The home bases of the bombers are Bunker Hill AFB, near Peru, Ind., and Carswell AFB, near Fort Worth, Tex. Surf Boards Stolen HONOLULU (UPI)—Operators of the Waikiki Beach Center told police Friday that 27 surfboards, valued at $1,350, were stolen during June, July and August. OUR ANCESTORS fry Quincy M Oh, you wanted to keep the sideburns? They're here someplace—we'll find 'em!" GHS Student Wins Award in Arc Welding Ricky Danielson, 1134 Huber Ave., a senior at Galesburg High School, won a $25 prize award in the 1962-63 National High School Arc Welding Program. Mechanically-m i n d e d boys from 34 states share a total of $15,000 in the 1962-63 school shop welding competition sponsored by the James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation. The awards list included 249 boys representing 138 high schools and trade schools from coast to coast. Danielson is a student of Art Dameron, GHS shop instructor. Korth Is Cleared WASHINGTON (UPI)—The Justice Department cleared Navy Secretary Fred Korth of any conflict-of-interest law violations in connection with the controversial multi-billion-dollar TFX fighter plane contract, it was disclosed Friday. The department investigated Korth at the request of Rep. Bill Stinson, R-Wash., who pointed out that Korth retained stock in a Fort Worth, Tex., bank after he became secretary. The bank made a loan to General Dynamics Corp., which won the TFX contract. Domingo Loses SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)—Hank Domingo, a 26-year-old clerk, Friday pushed a peanut along bustling Market Street with his nose. Mike Moros, 46, of South San Francisco watched delightedly. The two men had made a bet as to whether the San Francisco Giants would win the pennant this year. They didn't. Domingo lost. After Domingo had nosed the peanut for a half a block, he got up. "Same bet next year?" Domingo asked. "Agreed," said Moros. Birthday Marked At Henderson HENDERSON — Mr. and Mrs. Carol Aby of Knoxville came to the home of their cousin, Mrs. Evelyn Bainbridge Sept. 22 to help her celebrate her birthday. They brought her a birthday cake. Mrs. Minnie Larson entered the Galesburg Cottage Hospital Sept. 23 and remained there as a patient. READ THE WANT ADS! Home Adviser Gives Lesson AtMaquon Meet MAQUON—The Maquon unit of the Knox County Homemakers Extension met Sept. 24 at the home of Mrs. Marvin Peterson. Mrs. Helen Miller of Kankakee and Mrs. Jean Bailey were guests. Mrs. Lois Taylor, Knox County home adviser, presented the lesson on "How I Rate as a Shopper," and Mrs. Mildred Mathews gave the minor lesson on the history of our organization. Mrs. Mathews is a charter member of the organization. The special hat-making session will be held Sept. 30, at the Farm Bureau Building at Galesburg. The unit will contribute 12 dozen cookies to the Blood Center canteen. Henderson News Notes HENDERSON — Mr. and Mrs. James Carlson and family moved recently to Pekin, as he was transferred there in his insurance work. Mrs. Mae Fields is a patient in St. Mary's Hospital. She fell at the home of her son and fractured a limb, The rummage sale of the Henderson Woman's Club that was to have been held at the home of Mrs. Theresa Nelson Sept. 27, had to be postponed, due to Mrs, Nelson's accident. INSIDE Named Properly LONGMONT, Colo. (AP) - A poodle named Miraculous Michelle has given birth to a litter of 12. The dog's offspring total 32. STATE OF ILLINOIS ) ) SS COUNTY OF KNOX ) NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that on Monday, November 4, 1963, is the claim date in the estate of WILLIAM P. MURRAY, Deceased, pending in the County Court of Knox County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against, the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. GRAYCE K. SHEA, Executor. McLaughlin and McLaughlin, Attorneys, Bank of Galesburg Building, Galesburg, Illinois. Samuel H. Hinchman. Clerk of the County Court Knox County, Illinois 9/21-28; 10/5; 3T. German Unity Appears Far Off Today A historian from the University of Wisconsin sees little hope for a re-united Germany "in our time," but urged a new approach to modern unification problems. Prof Theodore Hamerow told those attending the Illinois Conference of High School and College Teachers of History today at Knox College that to understand these problems, the historical and social foundations of Germany should be studied. This should include a study of the Bismarckian period and of modern times, plus the relationships of European nationalism in general. Little n c w information will come out of approaching the German unification of the 19th Century by following the traditional aspects of Bismarck's diplomacy and the conflict between liberals and conservatives, he said. Upper Strata Scheme He pointed out that the first German unification under Chancellor Otto von Bismarck was led by men of education and means. The members of patriotic groups and state legislatures who supported the Iron Chancellor's program were lawyers, industrialists, merchants and bankers. They were convinced that unification would speed economic growth, and they were equally convinced that the masses could not be trusted. Opposition came from aristocrats, bureaucrats and clerics because they did not wish to be thrown into what they thought would be a Prussianized Germany. Hamerow also pointed out that the whole problem was of little concern to the masses. The "little people" were busy making ends meet, and this was of prime importance to them, not the political mancuverings or constitutional organization. Thus the whole movement was a minority, upper-directed scheme, he said. Gofesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, IK, Saturday, Sept. 28, 1963 19 OUT OUH WAY-By j. R. WilHartii ACLU Petitions Court WASHINGTON (UPI) — The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) petitioned the Supreme Court Friday for a ruling on whether police can hold arrested persons for a long time without arraignment. The question arose in the ACLU's petition for a i*eview of the conviction of John J. Holt on drunk driving charges at Richmond, Va., May 10, 1962. Holt said he was held nearly nine hours before arraignment although a justice of the peace was present nearby. Airman Is Honored by Relatives SWAN CREEK - Relatives gathered at Glenwood Park in Macomb recently for a picnic supper in honor of Airman 3. C. James Mecum, who was home on furlough. Those present were Mi*, and Mrs. Bud Martin and family, Ricky Donclson, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith, Elmer Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Damon McCord and Don, of Colchester; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mecum, Mr. and Mi's. Bonnie Mecum and family, Mr. and Mrs. ThelberL Mecum and family, of Swan Creek; Mr. and Mrs. Red Smith and family, Monmouth; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Usery and family, Tennessee; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mecum and family, Rockford. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. George Landon and family, Abingdon; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Trulson and family, Maquon; William Johnson, Dean Fry, of Roseville; Mrs. Mamie Kirch and grandson, Macomb, and Mrs. Opal Goodale and Zclphia, Little York. Airman Mecum is a honor graduate of the Air Foi'cc course for inventory specialists at Amarillo, Tex. He was trained in the use of punch card accounting machines and electronic data processing equipment. He is to be stationed in Korea. READ THE WANT ADS'. WANTED DRY WALL TAPING Experienced Work PHONE 343-7448 MIXED HAY WANTED Can OT *ae—BUI Bowen, ear* CBfcO STOCKYARDS Weriheimer Cattla Cc Inc.— Galeiburg. 111.—TaL 343-5612 LARGE Garage Sale Sunday, Sept. 29—Ait. and Eve. Antique book«, furniture for cabina or recreation roomi, dozen* of other items. Lois Smith, Corner Meek and Ohio St., Abingdon, Illinois. ANNUAL FRIED CHICKEN SUPPER Dahinda Methodist Church WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2 Serving Starts S P.M. Adulln S1.25 Children S .75 BAZAAR Sponsored by W.S.C.S. Basement Sale 1951 Washington St. Sunday, Sept. 29 — 10 'til ? Lots of antiques, dishes, clothing, misc. i!ema. Not Responsible For Accidents. LADY TO PREPARE EVENING MEAL, Do laundry, and light housekeeping for one In my heme. Silas Wlllard School area. Write Box 828, % Reg.-Mall. EAGLES AUXILIARY Backyard Sale 219 S. CHAMBERS MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 30 9 till ?? Clothing and Misc. Items. ANN XL MEETING KNOX COUNTY FAIR ASSOCIATION The Knox County Agricultural Board and Fair Association will hold their annual meeting at the American Legion Hall in Knoxville on Saturday, October 5, 1963 at 1:30 P.M. Officers and Directors for the coming year will be elected as well as reports rendered of the 1963 Fair operation. W. L. FARRIS, Secretary Dig 'em Yourself Sale 1200 Field Grown Hardy Chrysanthemums NOW IN BLOOM 75c each Bring your own spades and containers. La Fayette Greenhouse On The Home Nursery Grounds LaFAYETTE, ILLINOIS Open Sunday While Sale Lasts! Moh a ir Flattery! 173-N SIZES 12-14-16-18 So soft, and feminine looking, thin c-is.v knit mnhnir chanel-type jiickcl will complement your costumes! No. 17.1-N lins knit directions for sizes 12, 14. IK and 18 inclusive; stitch Illustration.'!. To order send 35 cents In coins for each pattern to Creative Woman, care of Gale-short; Reals- tcr-Mnll. :\IU W. VanBuren St.. Chl- cnRo 7, III. Add 10 cents for first- class mailing. Print name, address with zone, stylo number and size. FOR SALE 150 ACRES NEAR AVON 115 tillable with house and adequate buildings. Contact SCHNEIDER HIEL—Avon, or LEWIS HIEL—Buihnoll DOUBLE Garage Sale 1660 Jefferson (Fair Oaks Addition) Monday, Sep. 30—9 to 5 Sponsored By Phi Mu Sorority Alumnae Backyard & Rummcge Sales, etc. Must be in our office 12 noon day before ad run*. Call 342-5161 Display Advertising Dept. Galesburg Register-Mail MARKET REPORTS MONDAY'S ESTIMATES CHICAGO (API - Estimated" livestock receipts for Monday are 12.000 cattle, 3.000 hop ami 700 .sheep. Galesburg Hog Market Galesburg Order Buyers C. B. & Q. Stockyards Market steady to 23 cents higher. Quotations: 2lW -:m TM-2W 2 «0 -:VM) Packing sows .$!<}. 75-$ 11.25 $14.50-$l.VI5 $!4.2.->-SI4.75 $12.00-$14.00 Transportation Departures Effective April 28 ALL SCHEDULES DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME Burlington, East bound H Fast .VI^11 .10S a. 5:35 a. 7:52 a A P .10 AkSarBen in Dcnvnr Zephyr ?. (.oral —~-« ™ lH California Zephyr - 12:31 12 Nphraska Zfphyr 1 <IJ Burlington. Westbound 3 to Omaha LlncoUn — 1 48 a. 35 to KnnsflS CttV — 1:86 a. 7 to Dmver . 3 55 a IIS to Knn.onr City .100 D 11 to Omaha, Lincoln ...3:10 p. 17 to California 8:.12 p 1 to r>nvrr 8 22 p. Santa Fe, Eastbound 20 Chief *:« n « 18 Chlpf .6:40 a. 18 Supor Chief F.l Cfipitan* 11 :10 a. 2 S.F Chlnf* 11:45 a. 121 Ornnfl Can von 2:20 p. 12 ChlcMRoan ... 5:50 p. Santa Fe, Westbound 0 K. C. OnW 2:.19 A 1!) Chief . . 12 55 p. 12" Grand Canyon 3:20 p. 1 S.F Chief 7:05 p. 15 Toxns Chief 9:55 p. 17 Super Chlef- F.l Cnpltan* 10:25 p. Flight •—Flnjjstop Ozark. Northbound m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m, rru m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. 140 to ChiciRo* ... ..nm a. !I0H to Chlcitfo 1 * 4-45 090 to Chicago*" . ... ..8:30 p. Ozark. Southbound 111 to St. r.oiils** 8:.->!) a. 691 to St. Louis'*" B;44 p. •—Except Sunday "—Except Saturday •*•- Saturday only "•-•Sriturdnv onlv STJS SCHEDULES „ , . Westbound To West Const . 8 -.if) a. To West Const 1:20 D. To West Const 9:45 o. Eastbound To K ;iMt Const 11-55 p To Rnst Coaat BOO o To Peoria I jo p To Peoria "II 8^25 p. Southbound To St. Louis io,00 a. Northbound To Davenport 920 p War Veterans Meet United Spanish War Veterans and auxiliary members will have a politick dinner Tuesday noon in the community lounge at the YMCA. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. COMPLETE TREE REMOVAL Fl 2?i?'..Ji;' IUI9d — Estimator POWEH STUMP REMOVAL OLSON'S TREE SERVICE Call Collect — TTo)an 3-2103 GUson, IU. Galesburg, 111. ~ 342-6234 BACKYARD SALE SUNDAY, SEPT. 29 For people who work all week. 12 noon 'til 7 P.M. 172 MADISON ST. TODD'S ANTIQUES GENERAL LINE Of GLASS, CHINA, ETC. SMALL GIFT ITEMS By appointment or chance We buy and sell good antiques. I blk. North of LaFayette, 111. Elevator RED 8c H.O, Proprietor! SALE of FARM LAND (80 Acre Improved Farm) PUBLIC AUCTION On Saturday, October 12, 1963 AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M. At premises located about 2 miles North of Maquon, Illinois, and about Vs mile East of Highway Route 8 & 97. landlord's share of growing crop — about 50 acres of corn-"looks good"—will be included in sale of farm. Purchaser shall pay 1963 general real estate taxes due in 1964. Abstract will be furnished. This is a good eighty, all tillable except approximately 10 acres in extreme north part of farm, with one story frame dwelling, bar*), garage and combination storage shed, corn crib and machine shed combination, and hen house. It is most desirable for people working in town and living in the country. Description: John E. Barber Farm, part of Sections 20 and 29, Haw Creek Township, Knox County, Illinois. Terms: 25% of bid on day of sale, balance on or before Nov. 15, 1963. Possession: March 1, 1964. HOLLAND W. LINDSEY, Auctioneer JOHN J. BLAKE, Master in Chancery PEEL, HENNING and MATHERS, Attorneys for plaintiff LLOYD HARM1SON

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