Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 1, 1963 · Page 12
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12 Galesburg Register«Moil, Golesburg, HI. Tuesday, Oct 1, 1963 duty with his unit. The unit Is normally stationed at Cannon AFB, N. M., under Tactical Air Command. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bloomquist of Rock Island. In Th© Armed Forces Pvt. George O. MAckey has been assigned overseas after leaving Ft. Sam Houston, Sah Antonio, Tex. His new address is EP&g Pvt. George G. M a c k e y, Hal- 6754599, 501st M. D. Co. Armored; APO 26, New , York. He entered the Army last January. H i s I parents are Mr. (and Mrs. Grant Mackey Jr., of Mackey Dahinda. Two Galesburg men are serving aboard the antisubmarine aircraft carrier USS Kcarsarge. They arc Gerry L. Carlton, fireman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carlton, 887 E. Third St., and Morton G. Shiffcr, senior chief hospital corpsman, son of Morton S. Shiffer, 1577 S. Seminary St. The ship is now in her eighth Far East cruise. PFC James It. Kovar, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milo E. Kovar, 912 McClure St., is taking part in Exercise Dusty Trail I in Hawaii. Kovar is a tank crewman in Headquarters Troop of the 25th Infantry Division's 3d Reconnais- flance Squadron, 4th Cavalry. His fvife, Nancy, lives in San Antonio, Vrex. SP5 Malcolm L. Bollinger of iClmwood, was awarded the Good Conduct Medal last month. He is • tank gunner in Troop K, 3d Reconnissance Squadron, 3d Armored Cavalry Regiment near Kaiserslautern, Germany. His wife Linda, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion E. Bollinger, live in Elmwood. PFC Rodney R. Bryan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe W. Bryan of St. Augustine, and PFC Ralph E. Ellis, participated in Exercise Lion Vert with the 8th Infantry Division in central Europe last month. It was a 10-day exercise to test communications and staff procedures - among allied forces. Ellis is a radio .repairman in 1 Headquarters Company of the division's 8th Aviation Battalion near Finthen. His wife Judith, Lives at 1233 E. Berrien St. Bryan is a combat construction specialist in Company D of the division's 12th Engineer Battalion near Dexheim. Ens. Philip Phillips Jr., of Key West, Fla., has been chosen to serve on the Fleet Ballistic Mis- "^jsile Training Team at New H L o n d o n, Conn. The couple and their four children will depart in the near future for their new home in ] C o n n e c ticut. j Mrs. Phillips is Phillips the former Opal Turner of Yates City. Lt. Harry Grossman was promoted to first lieutenant last month in ceremonies at Boston Army Base. He was graduated from the University of Miami, (Fla.) June, 1961 and entered active duty Feb. 26, 1962. He is the son of Mrs. Gladys Grossman, 1295 Park- Grossman view Drive. T. Sgt. Ivan D. Williams of Rochelle, has arrived at Scott AFB for duty after serving at McClellan AFB, Calif. His wife Priscilla, is the daughter of Mrs. Gladys Willet, 401 N. Broad St. Airman Gary W. Cook, son of Mr. and Mrs. Loren H. Cook, of Viola, is moving to Chanute AFB for training as a flight training equipment specialist. He recently completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. Airman 2.C. Terry G. Simpson, of Oneida, has arrived at Aviano ABy Italy, --'for temporary How to tell a broker from a tipster (Here are five things that give the tipster away) When you invest, it's hard to think of anything more important t'-an a good broker. Or of anything more dangerous than a mere tipster, whether a well-meaning friend or a stranger on the telephone, urging you to buy. After all, it's your hard-won money. You would like to have it bring you an income from dividends on stock. Or interest on bonds. Or to have a good prospect of increasing in value over the years. So remember these five tell-tale signs of the tipster: Tipster: "Boy, have I got a hot one!" Broker: A broker in a Member Firm of the New York Stock Exchange, for example, can tell you how badly people can get burned by a tip. And how important it is to have facts. On earnings. On dividends. On the company's financial position. Armed with knowledge, you're better able to exercise careful judgment. Tipster: "Hurry. There's only a limited amount of that stock around." Broker: He knows that people who rush you often have something else in mind than your welfare. It's wise to take the time to be careful. Tipster: "It's a chance in a million to make a killing." Broker: He meets people who have shot for the moon and missed. And people who have, instead, set long-term goals to fit their circumstances and gone a long way toward achieving them. Tipster: "You can't lose with this." Broker: He's aware that prices go down as well as up. That a company may not continue to pay dividends or interest. Tipster: "You'll be wise to put as much as you can into this." Broker: He believes your living expenses come first. Then provision for emergencies. After that, you may want to invest for income or growth of your capital. Ask him about the Monthly Investment Plan through which you can invest in stock with as little as $40 every three months. Member Firms of the New York Stock Exchange have no magic key to the future. No one has. And each Member Firm has its distinctive characteristics. But all are subject to the regulations of the Exchange. And their Registered Representatives had to meet Exchange qualifications when they became Member Firm brokers. Why not see a nearby Member Firm for more information about investing. Own your share of American business Members New York Stock Exchange SEND FOR FREE BOOKLET . Mail to a Member Firm of the New York Stock Exchange, or to the New York Stock Exchange, Dept. 3 -DE, P.O. Box 1070, New York 1, New York. 106 Please send me, free, " DIVIDENDS OVER THB YEARS , a basic gmae tor common stock investment." NAME- SSG Ralph J. Cassldy of Gilson Route 1, has been reassigned to Homestead AFB, Fla., after graduating from a course for data processing machine operators at Sheppard AFB, Tex. His wife, Marjorie, is the daughter of Mrs. Marion Hodge of Gilson. Airman 2.C. Russell E. Fryef, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Fryer of Elmwood, departed for an overseas assignment recently after spending several days with his parents. A family dinner was held in Bloomington during his leave. Two Biggsvillc soldiers have reported new addresses. The are: Pvt. Russell Listen, ER17633438; Co. D, 1st Bn.; ard Tng. Regt. Basic; Ft Leonard Wood, Mo., and Pvt. William Adair, ER17633437; Co. D, 1st Bn.; 3rd Tng. Regt. Basic; Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Deen Gale Bycrly, son of Mrs. Louise L. Byerly of Avon, has finished basic training at the Great Lakes Naval Training Center. He is now attending a service school in Memphis, Tenn. His address is: Deen G. Byerly, 77002-15; A.D. Class A School; Memphis, Tenn. Airman Thomas C. Rusk is moving to Sheppard AFB, Tex., for training in aircraft maintenance. He recently completed his basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon C. Rusk of Farmington. David A. Baldwin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Baldwin of Galva, has been promoted to airman third-class. He is a student in the radio equipment repairman course at Keesler AFB, Miss. Pfc. Carl E. Anderson, member of the 8th Infantry Division, participated in Exercise Lion Vert this month in central Europe. Anderson is a medic in Headquarters Battery of division artillery, stationed near Baumholder, Germany. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Anderson, and his wife, Marcia, live in Galva. James E. Henry, who is stationed at Ft. Sill, Okla., has been promoted to specialist fourth class. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Henry Jr. of Keithsburg. Sgt. John H. Brasche was named Non-Commissioned Officer of the month for the 141st Signal Bn., 1st Armored Division at Ft. Hood, Tex., this month. He was selected, on the basis of appearance, knowledge and performance of duties. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brasche, of Monmouth. Ens. Robert E. Gaston was aboard the gasoline tanker USS Tombigbee recently at the Lahaina Whaler Spree at Maui, Hawaii. The event is held each September to recall the days when Maui was a port of call for whaling ships. Gaston is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Gaston, 957 Willard St. Silver wings of an Air Force pilot went to 2d. Lt. James E. Mack recently after he completed pilot training at Vance AFB, ADDRESS- are m Happiness Is hard to pin down, People look for It In every direction, but It's basically spiritual. You discover that the only real happiness comes from God — and from learning to live in obedience to His love. There's a one-hour public lecture coming on this theme by Roy J. LInnig of The Christian Science Board of Lectureship. It's titled "The Science of Happiness." You're invited to come and listen. iMilatcittcii^i Tuesday, Oct. 1 - 8 P.M. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST Broad and Losey Streets .flllii'EI 1 ' LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON-Wilbur R. Rutledge (right) of 805 S. C St., Monmouth, congratulates his son David Allen, 17, upon his enlistment in Galesburg Naval Reserve unit. At left is Lt. J. B. Dice, unit commander. The senior Rutledge experienced 30 years In the Navy, retiring as boatsman mate chief in 1952. He experienced service in World Wars I and II and the Korean con* fllct. Another new recruit In the unit is David Lee Weedman of SI N. Elm St., a Galesburg High School senior. Young Rutledge is a senior at Monmouth High School. Okla. He will now go to Perrin AFB, Tex., to fly F-102 planes. He received his B.S. degree from the Air Force Academy. The new pilot is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert L. Mack of Viola. Pvt. Oscar W. Wing Jr., of Alpha, has completed training as an artillery operations and intelligence assistant at Ft. Bliss, Tex., this month. His parents live on Alpha Route 1, and his wife Marilyn, lives in Alpha. Leonard C. Six, aviation electrician's mate third class, is serving with the attack squadron air station at Virginia Beach, Va. The unit trains replacement pilots for fleet units. Six is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Six of Dallas City. The seed of the double coconut may weigh up to 40 pounds. The seeds of the Epiphytic orchids come 35 million to the ounce. Viola Area News Items VIOLA — Mr, and Mrs. Manly Richardson attended a convention of the Netitrilito Products Co. this weekend in Chicago. Members of the Park United Presbyterian church who attended the recent all-Presbytery conference in Monmouth Included Dr. and Mrs. William Rule, Frank Boltman, Verne Kling, Berniece Forsythe, Shirley Jen* sen, Mrs. Neil Chapman and Mrs. Frank McLean. Mr. and Mrs. George Patterson and son Steve attended a Sunday gathering at the home of Mrs. Patterson's mother, Mrs. Grace Docherty, Boden, to celebrate the birthday of Mrs. Docherty's son-in-law, Dick Russell. Other family relatives present included Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Drake, Rock Island, and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Docherty, Boden. In the afternoon, the group attended the open house in the Boden church for a relative, Mrs. Nelle Huffman, on the occasion of her 90th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Curfman and family of Prophetstown were weekend visitors of Mrs. Cuff- matfs parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emery Ziegehhorn. Other recent guests in the Ziegenhorn home were Mr. and Mrs. Bern Holmes of Omaha, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Reece of Spokane, Wash., completed a visit with Reece's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Len Reece, and left Monday for a trip through the Ozarks; a visit at Tulsa, Okla.; Denver, Colo., and salt Lake City, Utah, before returning to their home in Spokane. 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