Augustana Sets Sights On Expansion ROCK ISLAND - Augustana College Board of Directors has announced plans for a campus expansion program which it is estimated will cost in excess of $1.5 million. The board has approved proposals for three inter-related projects: (1) To erect a complex of new men's residence halls with a capacity of more than 300 students. (2) To enlarge the present Westerlin Hall dining facilities to approximately twice their present size. (3) To clear and develop the central ravine to provide a wide asphalt walk connecting the main campus with the Davis addition. It will be the biggest development program in the history of the college, ranking ahead of the Centennial Hall, which cost $1,150,000. Seeks Federal Loan The board authorized the college treasurer to make application to the Federal Housing and Home Finance Agency for a loan to finance the project. This agency makes loans to both public and private educational institutions for residence hall construction. The executive committee, acting on authorization of the board, voted to engage a local architectural firm, Swanson & Maiwald of Moline, to draw up plans for the new buildings. The college plans to have the new men's residence halls completed and ready for occupancy by the summer of 1965. The same timetable applies to the enlarging of the Westerlin dining faculties and the development of the ravine. Architectural plans are to be completed by Jan. 1, and bids will be received next spring, provided the government loan is approved. Dr. C. W. Sorensen, college president, stated that Augus- tana's growth in enrollment this fall creates a "critical need" for new residence halls. Students at Knox Hold Elections elections for membership in the Knox College Student Sen* ate have been completed for 34 members. Four additional district representatives are yet to be chosen for the governing board of the college's student body. Following are the "senators" elected: Sandra A. Markiewicz, Harrington; Robert A. Misior- owski, Berwyn; Larry P. Horist and Elsa A. Swenson, Chicago; Douglas B. Hunt, Chicago Heights; Nancy M. Uss, Cicero; C. James Burkhart, Dallas City; Sandra L. Weigle, Dixon; David C. Byrne, and Mary L. Murphy, Franklin Park; Michael W. Ilvoy, Granite City; Jack A. Bils and Jane A. Hebel, Lombard; Dale J. Litney and Vicki S. Walker, Mount Pros? pect; Nancy L. Grosboll, Petersburg; Judy H. Lentz, Rockford; Philip C. Bradley and William B. Dean, Springfield; Wendy J. Hummel, Mary L. Primozich and Halcyon E. Schomp, Denver, Colo.; Richard M. Story III, Mansfield Center, Conn.; Margaret F. Lindsey, Hockessin, Del.; J. William McVey, Lebanon, Ind.; Joan L. Adams, Mooresville, Ind.; Kevern R. Cameron, Saginaw, Mich.; Peter W. Carryer, Rochester, Minn.; Judith J. Sisson, Kansas City, Mo.; Theodore R. Corwin, University City, Mo.; Neva L. Willard, Skillman, N.J.; Mark W. Blair, Kenosha, Wis.; and Shripad G. Pendse, Poonaz, India. In order to elect a senator to represent a "district" at Knox, the dormitory floor, or fraternity house or other unit, must have 90 per cent or more voter participation. The "dis : tricts" yet to qualify with legal "senators" are Galesburg town students, as a group, also the second floor of Seymour Hall and Simonds House. President of the Knox Student Senate this year is Bruce R. Johnson, a senior from Geneva. Conference Off WASHINGTON (UPI) - President Kennedy will not hold a news conference this week. He met with reporters last Wednesday. Dinner for Carpentier Tabs 2,400 CHICAGO (UPl)-A capacity crowd of about 2,400 persons from throughout Illinois was ex* pected to pay $100 apiece to applaud Secretary of State Charles F. Carpentier at a fund-raising dinner Wednesday night. Members of the testimonial dinner committee said today the dinner was sold out last Wednesday. It will be held in the International Ballroom of the Conrad Hilton Hotel. Sen. Everett M. Dirksen, R- 111., will deliver the main address. Former Vice President Richard M. Nixon originally was scheduled to speak, but he said a previous commitment prevented him from attending. Proceeds from the dinner will be used to further Carpentier's campaign for the Republican nomination for governor. Stratton Scheduled With Carpentier at the speakers' table will be state Senate GOP Leader Arthur J. Bid will, River Forest; Chief Justice Ray I. KUngbiel of the Illinois Supreme Court, like Carpentier from East Moline; dormer Gov. William G. Stratton, Morris, and Albert E. Jenner Jr., Kenilworth, former president of the Illinois Bar Association. Carpentier is opposed in his quest for the governor nomination by Charles H. Percy, Chicago business executive; Hayes Robertson, Cook County Republican chairman, and two other candidates. Nixon accepted an invitation to speak at the dinner when it originally was scheduled for September but declined when the event was postponed until this month. Before the date was changed, the former vice president said his agreement to speak at the Carpentier dinner did not constitute an endorsement of Carpentier's candidacy in a primary race in which he, Nixon, would not take sides. Golasbura Register-Moil, Galesburg, Tuesdoy, Oct IS. 1963 3 READ THE WANT ADS! Pilot Club •» Ga,e$bu '* ANNUAL Stuie ow Thursday, Oct. 17,1963 8:00 p.m. George Churchill Junior High School Auditorium FASHIONS BY Burgland's Youth Fashions O. T. Johnson's Stern & Field AH Proceeds to Benefit Local Youth Activities and Civic ond Service Or^oniiatioru TICKET DONATION $1.00 DOOR »IIIf$ MEN WfiCOMf PLAN PRE-CANA CONFERENCE - These four persons will lead the Pre-Cana Conference beginning Sunday at Immaculate Heart of Mary School. They are Mr. and Mrs. William Polillo, (left), Rev. Thomas Kimball and Dr. Morton Willcutts. The sessions are design ed to help newly-married or engaged couples find success in married life. The series will run for four consecutive Sundays from 2 to 5 p. m. at the school, and will be open to couples of all faiths. Salvation Army Aide Tells Busy Schedule Capt. Howard Pettys, commander of the Galesburg Salvation Army, had a busy evening during his normal off-duty hours Monday night and this morning. In the evening, he attended the monthly meeting of the Advisory Board. Later he went to Monmouth to help provide coffee and sandwiches for the firemen and law officers at the scene of the three fires. Capt. Pettys also alerted the Salvation Army in Macomb, which also provided personnel for Monmouth. The Army is one of the United Fund-Red Cross Appeal agencies. At the board meeting, Capt. Pettys told the members of the added emphasis he is giving to family problem consultations in the city. He presented new members, George Warren, Richard Cox and La Verne Yaeger, plaques which tell of their service on the board. The fourth new board member, Thomas Herring, is attending the city managers convention in Denver, Colo., and was not able to attend. Shape Committees Board Chairman J. J. Herron appointed Warren, Cox and Herring to the new facilities committee, while Yaeger was appointed to the Christmas welfare committee. Representatives of the service and civic clubs who aid in the Army's bell-ringing drive each Christmas will be guests at the next board meeting Nov. 11. Martin Lauerman is chairman of the Christmas committee. The resignation of Miss Olive Bendlage from the board was accepted. Talbot on Tour ISTANBUL, Turkey (UPI) U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Philip Talbot arrived here Monday to start a week-long meeting of American ambassadors in the Middle East. They are scheduled to discuss the political and economic problems of the area. Mississippi River Level Below Normal Deficient stream flows have been reported from the entire upper Mississippi River valley, according to a weekly summary today by the Army Corps of Engineers, Rock Island District. Mississippi River and tributary stream flows in the district were less than half of normal this week, the lowest since 1956, engineers said. Lock and Dam 22, at Saverton, Mo., reported a flow of 22,000 cubic feet per second Monday as compared to 50,00 normal flow during October. Engineers predicted that the river will be fairly steady in the district this week with ground water flows providing the only water for low tributary streams. One towboat, the "John Morrow," was expected to make its first trip up the river this week while two made their maiden voyages in the Rock Island District last week. During the same week, 293,510 tons of cargo passed through Lock 15 at Rock Island with northbound cargo totaling 253,500 tons, including 122,200 tons of coal, 96,000 tons of petroleum products and 34,000 tons of miscellaneous items. Southbound cargoes totaled 40,010 tons and included 38,610 tons of grain and 1,400 tons of miscellaneous traffic. Clear, warm weather continued the recreational boating season in the Quad-City area last weekend when 87 small boats and 584 passengers made 50 lockings at Lock 15. Recreational boating at Lock 14 near LeClaire, Iowa, totaled 108 small boats and 384 passengers. No totals were available for other locks. Race Barrier Is Rapped By Baptists PEORIA, 111 (UPI) - Del* gates to the Illinois State Baptist Convention Monday adopted a resolution calling on member churches to accept persons of all races as members. Another resolution was adopted which asks the individual churches to study the economic and personal needs of persona who lose their jobs because of technological advancements. Churches should be "prepared to lead the way in creating an atmosphere of understanding among people and in ministering to the economic and spiritual needs of those who in advertently become victims of mechanical progress," the resolution said. The convention asked all member churches to adopt and implement the national Baptist organization's racial brotherhood program. It especially urged compliance with part of the program under which all churches should "accept and welcome persons of all races as members." Dr. W. L. Reppenhagen of Decatur was elected president of the state organization. O. G. Leach of Jerseyville was elected vice president, Rev. Sam Wilcoxen of Decatur was elected recording secretary, and Harold Howard of Mount Vernon was elected historical secretary. Named to the board of managers were Rev. 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