Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 17, 1963 · Page 12
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Gofesbur Ga fesbur Thursday, Oct, 17, 1963 Clubs Combine i ??. usln reunion ,n E11,svU,e Sun -, CARNIVAL For Program In Fairmew FAIRVIEW - The of Fairview, Sunshine Circle, Western Star, Friendly Circle and Friendly Neighbors, met Oct. 10 in the Methodist CI Fairview, for their annual picnic. The tfas host. Guests were Mrs. Cora Daley and Mrs. Vera Rock, Yates City; Mrs. Karen Wheeler, Canton; Ada Hagaman, Juanita McMahon and Brenda, Hazel Anderson and Esther Wright, Ipava; Elma McDonald, Farmington, and Emma Sherman, Dorothy Locke, Helen McMi and Neomi McMahon. Program was arranged by Friendly Neighbors and Western Star, with Betty Erickson as chairman, and Mary Lou Anderson assisting. The program included a dancing demonstration by boys and girls and various games and contests. Mayme Groom presented a reading, "Tomorrow." Fairview Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Galen Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Abbadusky attended the Mitchell- day. Mary Ludwig, Eileen Slater, Marie Mitchell, Hazel Shell- crosslee and Eva Frame attended the district auxiliary meeting Kewanee Oct. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Mrs. Florence Mary Stout Melick spent the Ozarks. White, Alpaugh, Mrs. and Mrs. Luella the weekend at Noted Dunfor First Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Mazier entertained Sunday their son Allan Bret, who was 1 year old. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Armstrong, London Mills, and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dunblazier and Keith, Bill Morse, Abingdon. Mrs. Ethel Schafer, Margaret Dunblazier and Sally Armstrong baked the cakes. Ross Mitchell of Hales Corner, Wis., is visiting relatives and friends here. By Dick Turner Return From Postal Conclave GILSON Gilson Mrs. Earl and Snell, Mrs. EASY TO TAKE TABLETS TRIMUDEX WITH VITALON MONEY BACK GUARANTEE WEST DRUG CO. 324 East Main postmaster, Gwen Osborne, East Galesburg postmaster, have returned from 9-day trip to the Hawaiian Islands which was the scene of the 59th annual postmasters' convention. Their activities included a tour of Oahu Island, an all-day tour of the Island of Hawaii, a cruise to Pearl Harbor and an tiian Luau Feast. The trip was made both ways by jet passenger liner. IVatio 9 Best(Continued from people who can afford a mi are the breed that has been newspapers THIS WEEK 1 whipped mind back over the the I my years to have read think allowance Illinois Tax Facts (Continued from page 4) ed upon by the Board of Review, and shall show the amount of the assessment as changed by r i Be Sure HER Diamond Is An Outstanding Buy FRANK JEWELERS Breathtaking beaut/ and elegance! A rare buy at • low price! Superbly styled with 8 gorgeous diamonds. Both engagement ring and wedding band in rich 14-kt. white or yellow gold. EXTRA VALUE SPECIALS 1/3 CARAT r WtflM $00 1 CARAT T «t«l DUMMIMI Wti «M 2 CARATS BtlMHTAKtNG DIAMOND CRIATIONI AT PRANKS Only a v«ry ipecial import pyrcha»« mak»» it poitibU to oH»r »uch •xctptionally RIM quality diamonds at th«*« «xtra low tale prices. 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Also, changes in individual assessments, which are the result of the action of the Board of Review in raising or lowering the total assessed value of property in any assessment district on a percentage basis, do not have to be shown on the list. Within 30 days after the Board of Review has adjourned the Board of Review shall, in each year, publish by township, if the county is so organized, a complete list of its changes in assessments. This publication is made in some newspaper or newspapers published in the county in which the assessment is made. If there is a newspaper of general circulation in a township, the list of such township shall be in said newspaper. QUESTIONS like the following are bothering Board of Review and county officials: If the local assessor omits the assessment of an automobile and the Board of Review puts such automobile on the assessment books, does such omission have to be published? In other words, has the Board of Review made a change in an assessment? This bill, as well as other changes in taxation made by the last General Assembly, will be discussed at the Taxpayers' Federation of Illinois 9 8th Biennial Tax Clinic, to be held at the Illinois Building Auditorium, newspapers regularly — in Alabama, Mis* sissfppi, California, Illinois, New York, Australia, Philippines, and Japan. In those places I caught the spirit and mood and values and standards of those places. I never felt at home until a news* paper in the locality was dropped on my porch. Newspapers — I must say — are better teachers than colleges and schools. Not that I would do away with colleges and schools. Newspapers have furnished the ideas and stimulation and in* spiration which put into the hearts and minds of young people and older people the absolute need for education. The newspapers whetted the appetite that sent the kids to school. Oh, we cuss the newspapers — berate them* Wonder about why something was or wasn't printed. We say a newspaper ends in the garbage — it is sensational and ephemeral and light and aims at the common denominator. BUT WE ALL KNOW this week — and all weeks — that the newspaper is as essential to our whole being and happiness and good citizenship and political and social and economic effectiveness as the classroom. We could do easily just as away with a smelly garbage can as we can do away with our newspapers — unless we are nonpeople. I suppose millions feel as I do — and I read scores of newspapers. Each morning I climb out of bed all trembly inside with anticipation. I plug in the coffee pot, brush the uncombed hair from my forehead. I feel as if I have a date with an exciting girl and I am 17 and there's a big party and it is nearly Christmas and there's a surprise package behind the screen. I feel that way — and wonder a few minutes later why in the heck can't they agree with me about Goldwater and Rockefeller and Kennedy and the wheat deal and the tax cut? THOSE PAPERS - just like a dame. Can't ever figure them out! And for me and millions like me the mystery and the daily and weekly excitement never palls. Somehow fresh newsprint has eternal youth. Syracuse University lists 15 All - America football players over the years but only two have been backs. They were Jimmy Brown and Ernie Davis. L State Fairgrounds, Springfield, Oct. 30,1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. WANT FOUR POINT VALUE SHOES for CHILDREN Poll-Parrot shoemakers have taken into consideration children who are "hard on their shoes' 9 and now present these with the genuine Goodyear Welt construction. This means four values: 1. Longer wear despite hard play 2. Longer shape retention 3. Better fit even after weeks of wear 4. Longer lasting new look AND ONLY 99 Poll Parrot Sizes m to 12 - 12Mt to 4 A To E Widths BLOOM • ALES0UR3. 't UNO 'S UIST 228 E. 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