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HONOR W. H. MOON - William H. Moon, editor and manager of the Galesburg Labor News, receives American Legion certificate of recognition for providing employment for handicapped and other workers, especially war veterans. Presentation took place at meeting in local Legion Home Thursday evening. Looking on is Moon's wife Jamima. Anthony Badamo (left) of Qnincy, past state legion commander, made the presentation. At right is Florian E. Laseckl, commander of the Knox County American Legion Council. Legion Issues Recognition At County Council Session Recognition of a Galesburg employer highlighted the dinner meeting of the Knox County American Legion Council and Women's Auxiliary Thursday evening here in the Legion Home. The certificate of recognition award was sponsored by the Illinois American Legion's Employment and Economic Commission. NEED GUTTERS? CALL WHITE'S 342-0185 Recipient of the award was William H. Moon, editor and manager of the Galesburg Labor News, who was singled out for the employment of the handicapped and other workers, especially war veterans. Anthony (Tony) Badamo of Quincy, a past commander of the Illinois American Legion Department, officiated at the presentation and was the principal speaker. In his response, Moon paid tribute to the legion and employment service for the program. In refering to his service with the Labor News, Moon related that he plans to retire at BARCLAY'S BOURBON $089 Qt. fj Imported SCOTCH $039 5th fj EARLY TIMES FOUR ROSES JIM BEAM ANTIQUE Your $}98 Choice \ 5 3 for $11.50 CORBY'S M $3.19 FLEISCHMANN'S ZARNOFF GIN JV VODKA BOURBON 10 Years Old _5th $2.98 MEISTER BRAU DRAUGHT BEER 3 o,, $1 PABST BLUE RIBBON 6 ,o„ $1.19 PABST BLUE RIBBON 12 c.„. $1.79 BUDWEISER BEER 12 c.„. $2.39 GRAIN BELT 12 c.„. $1.69 BOTTLE BEER .Case from $2.49 BIG 10 LIQUOR STORE 10 WEST MAIN STREET r *HONE Dl 2-2015 the end of the year. Rev. Martin Fallon, pastor of St. Augustine Roman Catholic Church, pronounced the invocation. Carl S. Hearrington, commander of Ralph M. Nobel Post, hosts to the affair, welcomed the assembly. Among guests introduced were Melvin Koch of Quincy, and Marshall Heene of Kewanee, 15th District commander and vice commander, respectively; Charles M. Wilson of Toulon and Vinton Johnson of Cambridge, 3rd Division commander and vice commander, respectively, and "Skip" Kusling of Bloomington, organizational officer of the state legion headquarters. The assembly Included a large delegation of the Galesburg post's past commanders and their wives, headed by Warren Thomas and L. H. Cowell, president and secretary of the Past Commanders Club, respectively. Lasecki Tells of Award Florian E. Lasecki of Galesburg, commander of the county council, said the award project was designed to coincide with the annual observance of National Employ the Handicapped program in October in cooperation with and under direction of the Illinois State Employment Service. In other citations, Earl Peacock of Altona, council mem- (Continued on page 19) Phone 342-5151 PRESCRIPTIONS HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage ADMISSIONS THURSDAY Delber A. Kniss, 334 N. Cham* befs St. Mrs. Judith A. Simmons, Galesburg Route 3. Satifofd 0. Watters, Gilson. Earl S. H. North, Knoxvllle. Mrs. Christine Brannon, 557 Molton St. Mrs. Florence L. Perdue, St. Augustine. Mrs. Grace C. Fox, 1275 Spruce St. Michael D. Dixson, Monmouth, Jane S. Burnett, 938 N. Cherry St. Mrs. Delores M. Pinckney, 1860 McMasters St. Mrs. lone S. Boughton, 750 S. Farnham St. Mrs 1 . Susie M. Dunbar, Woodhull. Mrs. Barbara L. Reynolds, Cameron. Willis W. Chewning, Monmouth. Mrs. Arlene E. Nelson, 763 Franklin Ave. Roger L. Stanley, 1025 Lincoln / St. DISMISSALS THURSDAY Lawrence A. Magnison, 755 S. West St. Floyd L. Gilson, 1322 W. Fremont St. Mrs. Judith A. Carlson and baby, 154 N. Pearl St. Connie J. Erwin, Bushnell. Mrs. Dana A. Nelson, 239 W. First St. Charles A. Bridger, Aledo. Mrs. Marie J. Kronmiller and baby, 1041 Parkview Rd. Mrs. Miriam I. McNeil and baby, 1112 Jefferson St. Mrs. Judith A. Hall and baby, 725 E. Brooks St. Mrs. Dorothy V. Baird, 1692 Brentwood Ave. Mrs. Mary F. Kirkham, Roseville. St. Mary's ADMISSIONS THURSDAY Benjamin Kimble, 174 N. Kellogg St. Mrs. Frank P. Zagar, 1147 Garden Lane. Edward M. Jacoby, 651 Florence Ave. Fred Billingsley, Abingdon. Teena Thalman, Oneida. Fred Wallick, 1447 N. Kellogg St. Mrs. Beverly Compton, 1439 Summit. Mrs. Agnes Woolsey, 325 Division St. Bobbie Jean Philips, 839 N. Kellogg St. Mrs. Phillip Bobbins, Victoria. Mrs. George R. Heidenblut, Knoxville. Bernard L. Irons, 1396 Holly- crest Circle. Mrs. Lynn D. Dennis, Knoxville. DISMISSALS THURSDAY Mrs. Glenn Bookout, Whiting Hall. Mrs. Lelan Brooks, 222 Holton St. Mrs. Harold Curtis, Knoxville. Mrs. William 0. Daugherty, Lake Bracken. Gerald Gruba, 1237 Bridge Ave. Mathew J. Hoben, 383 W. South St. Mrs. Ralph Laird, 1728 McMasters St. Orville Larson, 1564 N. Farnham St. Joseph E. Marshall, 185 N. Pleasant Ave. Mrs. Sheryn McCutcheon, 940 W. Brooks St. Harry J. Morris, 120 Aliens Ave. Sterling H. Pennington, Macomb. Mrs. Charles W. Reeder, Keithsburg. STUDENTS REACT—Before a Mayer explosion, Galesbnrg High School students on the left are not sure what Jerry Mayer, St. Paul fire protection engineer and a specialist in demonstrations of cause and control of fires, Is going to do next. Faces of the students on the right indicate what he did next. Mayer appeared Thursday at the high school and this morning and afternoon gave performances at Lombard and Churchill. He will complete his 2-day show tonight at a parent session at Churchill beginning at 8 o'clock. Gamble Stores To Award 24 Scholarships B. C. Gamble scholarships, worth $350 each, will be awarded to high school seniors in areas where Gamble operates a store or has an authorized dealer, it was announced today. This year the number of scholarships has been increased to 24, according to Bertin C. Gamble, chairman of the board of Gamble-Skogmo, Inc. In announcing the awards for the sixth consecutive year, Gamble said that all who hope to qualify must show an outstanding ability in salesmanship either through high school projects or part-time jobs. Stores in 23 states will compete this month for the right to award one of the scholarships, and the biggest percentage of sales increase over their October quotas will determine winning stores. Last year Miss Lenna Burkett of Monmouth won a Gamble scholarship. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Mild Weather To Continue In Galesburg Mild weather is expected to continue in the Galesburg area at least for the next 24 hours, the Weather Bureau said today. Only a trace of rain fell in the area early this morning following yesterday's downpour of more than a fourth of an inch. The mercury yesterday reached a high of 72 and the noon reading today was 66. The Weather Bureau said the mercury will range from 56-61 tonight and 76-81 Saturday. No additional rain was forecast. Spotty light showers sprinkled areas today again, but it was just token relief for some of the state's crisp-dry region. Some sprinkles Thursday gave fire fighters a bit of encouragement in Southern Illinois where field and forest fires have blackened thousands of acres since September. Chicago had its second straight morning when drizzle wet down the streets and even formed puddles; during the 24 hours ended at 6 a. m. today, about .12 inch was measured. GOP Chairmen To Interview Candidates SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) Candidates for Republican nomination for state offices will be interviewed by the Illinois County Chairmen's Association at Springfield Nov. 23. Harold "Skinny" Taylor, association president, announced the date Thursday after a meeting in Springfield of the executive board. K Cjalesburg Hegisfer-Mail GALESBURG, ILL., FRIDAY, OCT. 18 ; 1963 SEC. 2 PAGE 13 Longer on Ground LONDON (UPI) - U.S. Air Force Maj. Sid Kubesch and his two crewmen flew a Hustler H-bomber from Tokyo to Brit* ain in eigh hours and 35 minutes on Wednesday. It took them three hours to drive the 50 miles from Greenham Common Air Base in Berkshire County to London Thursday. COOKING # WATER HEATING • HOME HEATING 45 S. PRAIRIE ST. Bus Excursion ICE FOLLIES at CHICAGO STADIUM SAT., OCT. 26 - 1 P.M. Box Seat and $Q *jt A Bus Transportation #o«#V Limited to 33 Passon§ors FOOTBALL Bears vs Eagles SUNDAY, OCT. 27 WRIGLEY FIELD Grandstand Soat and But Transportation This Is A Solloutl 18 Tickets Romainingl RANDELL BUS (0. 343-9235 '10.00 A new kind of Pontiac with a new kind of Pontiac power Week-End Special |^ OCTOBER 1 LOAF of WONDER BREAD with *2.00 GAS PURCHASE 2 GAL ECON. OIL. 99c SIX-TRANSISTOR RADIOS $8.95 Plus TM RAY-O-VAC TRANSISTOR BATTERIES 39* SEAL BEAMS --— Ea plui to* 10 QT. CAN OUR. M.35 FREE TREATS FOR THE KIDS! OWENS OIL CO •31 NORTH HENDERSON ST. FOREGROUND: 'M TEMPEST CUSTOM CONVEHTIBU BACKGROUND: '64 TEMPEST 4-D00R SEDAN Its the '64 Wide-Track Pontiac Tempest with a new SIX for savers and a V-8 for swingers. Tempest's new in-line 6 develops 140 horsepower from 215 cubic inches, and it'll please everybody but the gas station man. And Tempest's optional-at-extra-cost 326-cubic inch V-8 puts out up to 280 horsepower for swingers. Do your choosing soon, okay? 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