Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 30, 1963 · Page 3
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, September 30, 1963
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Galesburg ReqistefMoH, Golesburq r III, Monday, Sept. 30, 1963 3 WHAT A BIG NOSE YOU HAVE—Two-year-old Ronnie Keith, being held by Miss Rose Downard, is interested in (he two camels appearing in the Black Hills Passion Play, which concludes a two-day run at Galesburg Senior High School auditorium tonight. The camels are being stabled at the Robert Thompson farm west of the school. Ronnie is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Neil Keith, 1342 N. Seminary St. Christus Role Described by Josef Meier (Continued from page 2) Near the borne of this play, a 300-foot statue of Christ is being erected. It will cost 55million, and will stand on top of Spearfish Mountain. This is about 75 miles from Mount Rushmore. This statue, the tallest one of Christ in the world, will be visible for 100 miles, Meier said, and will be completed in about 2-3 years. "It will be the shrine of Christianity, as Mount Rushmore is the shrine of democracy," he said. The same man responsible for Mount Rushmore, Gutzon Borglum, sculptured the head all you want. Only 39 calories in a whole cupful! Brass Is Cold WASHINGTON (UPI) - Pentagon generals and admirals and their secretaries will be eating cold lunches today because the huge building's steam plant has broken down. Because of weekend mechanical failure, the defense headquarters tvas not expected to have room heat, hot water or hot food and shoulders of this tremendous statue, and his son is fin ishing it, Meier pointed out. The two performances given Sunday visibly impressed the au diences, and talk could be heard around town Monday of the production's excellence. The appearances here are .under the auspices- of the Galesburg Register-Mail, and proceeds, if any, will go to charity. Voters Lose CONAKRY, Guinea (UPI) Conakry Radio said Sunday night 9fc.5 per cent of the voters in Sunday's general election approved the single list of candidates pre- s e n t e d by President Sekou ... .. W A i Toure's Democratic party. Offi service until some time Tuesday. | ^ haye ^ ^ been m READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! nounced. Ross Vainer, Ex-Bushnell Mayor, Dies BUSHNELL^-Ross Varner, 69, of 375 Crafford St., Bushnell, a former mayor of Bushnell and member of the County Council 30 years, died Sunday at 1:15 p. m. in the Iowa City University Hospital, where he was a patient 15 days. He had been ill 15 months. He served as mayor from 19521960. He was a retired grocer. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 10 a. m. in the First Methodist Church of Bushnell, Rev. Henry Cox officiating. Friends may call Tuesday from 7:30 to 9 p. m. at the Martin Funeral Home in Bushnell. Burial will be in the Bushnell Cemetery. Mr. Varner also was a former Bushnell City treasurer and served as a director of the Bushnell Savings and Loan Association. He had resided in Bushnell 38 years. In other activities, he was a member of the First Methodist Church, where he served as a Sunday school teacher many years and was a member of the Men's Fellowship. He also was a member of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. Born June 2, 1894, in Fulton County, he attended elementary schools of the county, and was graduated from Bushnell High School. Mr. Varner was married to Elva Huffman at Smithfield in 1918, and she died in 1951. He was married to Leila Warfel July 29, 1956, in Bushnell, and she survives. Other survivors arc a daughter, Mrs. Ruth Thomson, Elmhurst; five grandchildren; three brothers, Guy of Shaker Heights, Ohio, Clyde of Cleveland, Ohio, and Floyd of Prairie City, and a sister, Mrs. Mable Moore of McAllen, Tex. A brother Ralph and a sister, Mrs. Minnie Woods, also preceded him in death. Course for Credit Bureau Official Begins Douglas Bergmann, secretary- heasurer of the Credit Bureau of Galesburg. is attending the five- day North Central Management Institute which began today at Indiana University, Bloomington, in cooperation with the Assciated Credit Bureaus. o In all. 102 credit bureau officials from 10 states and Canada have been accepted for the short course, which centers on problems of credit bureau management. Conducting the program is the Indiana University Bureau of Executive Education. AT DEDICATION OF ADDA GEORGE HOUSE— Pictured in the host and hostess residence next door to the Carl Sandburg Birthplace arc from left: Mrs. Adda Gentry George of Philadelphia, Pa.; Mrs. Charles Bcdnar, president of the Carl Sandburg Assn.; Lauren W. Goff, pinning a !K»lh birthday corsage on the guest on honor; Mrs. Goff and Mrs. C. Y. Belknap, Mrs. George's daughter from Riverside, Conn. The Goffs are the host and hostess for the Sandburg Birthplace and live in the newly remodeled host house at 313 E. Third St. Jagow to Serve As Director of Regent School Elmer Jagow, business manager and treasurer of Knox Col- ege, will serve as staff director of a school for regents to be held Oct. 17 at the 41st annual meeting of the Association of Governing Boards Oct. 16-18 at Pennsylvania State University at University Park. The school is being planned by Dr. Milton W. Durham, regent of Washington State University at Pullman. This year's subject will be "Are You Planning for '73?—Long Range Planning with a 10-Year Budget Projection." The Association of Governing Boards is the only organization of regents, trustees and other board members at the college level in the U.S. It represents 84 boards governing 257 publicly supported colleges and univer sil'ies. Dedication Recognizes Work Of Sandburg Cottage Founder "What good is an idea if nobody does anything about it?" asked Mayor Robert Cabcen Saturday afternoon In speaking at the dedication of the Adda George House. He said this in praise of Mrs. Adda Gentry George for her idea and subsequent work in restoring the Carl Sandburg Birthplace at 331 E. Third St. The Adda George House at 313 E. Third St. was purchased by the Carl Sandburg Association as a host and hostess residence and named in honor of Mrs. George. Senator Presides Sen. Richard Larson presided at the event and introduced the guest of honor, various visitors and others instrumental in the remodeling project. In introducing Atty. Kenneth Peel, he noted that it was Peel along with the late Sen. Wallace Thompson who made the state appropriation possible for the build- Bushnell Man Will Attend Retailer Meet Ray Cowperthwaite of Bushnell, superintendent of the Illinois Agriculture Department of foods and dairies division, will be one of the featured speakers at the annual convention of Associated Foods Retailer's of Illinois to be held Oct. 5-7 at Hotel Pere Mar quette, Peoria. He will deliver a talk Sunday at 2 p. m. on "The New Locker- Food Plant Law." Independent food retailers from all over the state are expected to attend. All independent food store operators are invited as membership in the association is not required for open sessions and entertainment features. WI SIRVICi WHAT WI SELL WE DO OUR OWN FINANCING RINGLIEN APPLIANCES / KITCHENS 425 lust Muin Street Dial 343 9900 aF J^Sk Li LB SPECIAL Served 4:30 till 9:00 DAILY THRU SATURDAY Complete Chicken Pie Dinner only-$1,15 308 E. Main St. Galesburg, 111. Plan Rio Film Exhibit RIO — A film on "Mouth to Mouth Resuscitation" will be presented by a representative of Illinois Power Co. in Galesburg to the Rio PTA Tuesday at 8 p. m. in the Rio school. PAST 40 Troubled with GETTING UP NIGHTS Pains In IACK, HIPS, LEGS Tiredntfi, LOSS OF VIGOR If you are a victim of these gymrv torn* thon your troubles may om traced to Glandular Inflammation* Glandular Inflammation ia a con* stitutional disease and medicine* that give temporary relief will not remove the causes of your troubles. Neglect of Glandular Inflammation often leads to premature senility, and incurable conditions. The past year men from 1,000 communities nave been successfully treated. Thoy have found soothing relief and improved health. LOOK! ing of the Lincoln Room at the birthplace. Peel was then a member of the House of Representatives. In dedicating the host and hostess residence, Peel told Mrs. George, "This is done to do honor to you and to perpetuate your memory in connection with this project." The residence is to be the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Goff, official host and hostess for the birthplace, which can now be open daily. The American heritage and a sense of the import of American (Continued on page 18) RECTAL-COLON Are oftin auoelatod with Glandular Inflammation. Reducible Hernia It amenable to a mild Nan-Surgical trattmont. Any of tht«» dlior dan may ba traatad at the same tlma you ara receiving Glandular Inflamma tisn treatment!. The Excelsiot Medical Cllnio has a New FREE BOOK that totls how these trouble* may bo corrected by PROVEN NON- SURGICAL TREATMENTS. This book may prove of utmost importance in your life. Use coupon below. No obligation. NEW FREE BOOK Mull Information (Please Cheek lex) . !• Hernia Q Rectal-Colon • Glandular I l InflammatlenJ rmn's'WEAR 34 So. 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