Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 4, 1963 · Page 24
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 24

Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, October 4, 1963
Page 24
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84 SolWburo Rtoi»ter-Moil, Oolesburg, Friday. Oct. 4. 1963 Blue Cross Boosts Rate i In Illinois CHICAGO (VP1) - The Illinois Insurance Department has approved plans calling for increased policyholder charges for benefits received under certain Blue Cross hospital insurance programs, it was revealed today. The new plan will not affect persons covered under group insurance and premiums will re­ main about the same for the others, the department said. Insurance Commissioner Richard O, Hershey said the depart* ment approved a Blue Cross proposal whereby holders of certain types of insurance will pay the first $25 of hospital bills plus 25 per cent of the remaining total bill. Affected are persons who have converted from group policies when leaving the group and those now enrolled in so-called "open enrollment" plans. Under the new plan, charges of $2.50 a day in Chicago or $1.50 in downstate hospitals toward the cost of hospital care will be eliminated. Persons over 65 years of age CUB. ANCESTORS FAST SERVICE This includes: _ Cleaning • Oiling w .t -ii -is # A d| ust i ng # R e0u | a t mg ALL WORK GUARANTEED FOR 1 YEAR Chronograph! — Automatic! — Special Purpoia Mor.mtnls and Vory Rutty Movamania Excepted. FRANK JEWELERS 241 East Main Street Galesburg, III. Ad Must Bo Presented with Watch. "A sleeping bag! Rip Van Winkle, I think you deliberately PLANNED to bo away from home all thl» tlmel" may switch to a special over-65 plan already in effect for that age group. Those under 65, however, must accept the change or cancel their coverage. Hershey said the deductible plan applies to about 20 per cent of Blue Cross members. It is aimed at preventing over-use of hospitals by people who don't need hospital service, he said. Per capita consumption of peanuts in the United States was about 5 pounds in 1962, according to Britannica Book of Year. Johnsons Move To Henderson HENDERSON - Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson from Geneseo and their three children moved to the Phillip Homer property on Monday. He is employed at the White Roofing Co. Ronald Hawk, who attends the Illinois School for the Deaf at Jacksonville, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hawk. Mrs. Hawk drove Larclilancl Unit to Meet LARCHLAND - Mrs. Carl Schrodt and Mrs. Richard Ray' mond will entertain the Larchland Community Aid Society at the hall Oct. 9 at 2 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lightner of Davenport spent several days last week visiting their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Hopkins. Mr. and Mrs. Lindell Dunbar, Douglas and Susan of St. Louis spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Carl, Schrodt spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Elliott of Canton. Mr. and Mrs. William Gillen and family were supper guests him back to school on, Sunday afternoon. THERE'S NOTHING LIKE SOFT WATER o For Lain dry • For Bath • For Kitchen With an WATER ' SOFTENER Galesburg Soft Water Co. Phone 343-9068 175 N. Cherry Galesburg, III. Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Mills of Avon. Mrs. Olive Britt spent the weekend with her stm-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Young of Peoria Heights. Mrs. Ruby Fryrear of Monmouth entertained a group of women at her home Sept. 27, honoring the birthday of Mrs* Clara Hines. Mrs. Era Johnson was among the guests. Mrs. Minnie McVey, who resides at the McVey Nursing Home in Roseviile, is a patient in Monmouth Hospital. She fell and broke her hip. Young crows may eat an amount of food equal to their weight in a day. Smithshirc SMIfttSHIRE <~ Albert Hilten, accompanied by his sister, Mrs. Ruth Coey, and her daughter, Miss Ruth of Grisham, Ore., spent Sunday with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Romano at Joliet. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Miller of Macomb and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Slankef of Monmouth, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hilten and niece, Miss Vicki Carlson, visited Sunday with the former's son Roger, wife and baby at Normal. Mrs. Rachel Bratton of Wever, Iowa, is visiting at her daughter's, Mrsi Kyfe Hilten. Mrs. Ethel Rice of Monmouth, who has been quite ill and in Monmouth Hospital for the past two months, is recuperating at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stewart. Mrs. Clayton Kerr of Middle* town, Iowa, and daughter, Mrs. Wesley Mellinger and Scott of Burlington spent Wednesday with the former's mothef, Mrs. Orilla Anderson. Verkhoyansk, a city in Soviet Asia, has an average tempera* ture in January of minus 59 degrees Fahrenheit; HUNTING EQUIPMENT WEAVER B-4 Telescope Sight (rag. 9.75) .$6.60 Wllh tip-oil mount, rife all rlflM with grooved racal-ar. GAME CALLS ______ -HALF PRICE! Lohman,*, Lacy. Cajuit, Oct. MAGNUM SHOTSHELLS .........75% OFF! 20—It—12—10-Gau«a 'X 410 SHOTGUNS - New! ..$18.87 Prices good thru Oct. 10th Gil Hebord Guns t_2§tiHP? Knoxville Illinois |T #g *V* Open 1 -4 :M p.m. dally. MOB . nltaa 7 to I p.m. (Cloaod Sua.) NOW SHOWING THE TOTALLY NEW COMET 3 EXCITING MODELS * COMET 202 * COMET 404 COMET CALIENTE . . . NEW STYLING THE ELEGANT NEW MERCURY jti J \ J , m •••••y •iiifjiujjii .iiLJ .11— n jt i .t -.n-w-fintii -itiiifnii 3 LUXURIOUS MODELS * MERCURY MONTEREY * MERCURY MONTCLAIR * MERCURY PARK LANE NEW FEATURES . . . NEW SIZE JIM SHERWOOD'S RCURY 120 NORTH I ROAD

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