Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 25, 1973 · Page 24
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KISLER BROS *to (kliibura foflfittr«MdH, Golesburfl, HI, Widhtidav, July 211973 Rod Galloway, 1147 S. Chambers St., sits in summer and enters it in car shows during his Chevy-powered '23 Motel T Ford hot rod the winter. (Register-Mail photo by Dale built for him by Andy Brizio of California. Humphrey.) Galloway races the traffic-stopper during the Heads Here Turn To See Galesburg Street Roadster By WALT HALL (Staff Writer) Take a rear view mirror, a motor meter and a 1923 Ford auto body. Add lots of chrome, a Jaguar rear-end and a 327 cubic inch supercharged Chevrolet engine, and you have a hot rod like the one belonging to Rod Galloway, 1147 S. Chambers St. GaUoway had his car made to specifications in California by a leading builder of street rods, Andy Brizio. It took nine months to complete but only one trip to Brizio's shop to work out the plans. The details were handled through numerous telephone calls. GaUoway said Brizio himself doesn't build the complete car but acts as a coordinator and assembly focal point for the many specialists needed to do the job. The paint job, for example, took more than two weeks by an artist who used over 30 colors on the job, said GaUo­ way. The chrome work on the car was farmed out to still another shop, he said. IN ADDITION to the 327 cubic inch engine, the car has a torsion front end, brass radiator replica of an old Ford, a Jaguar rear end, and disc brakes. According to GaUoway there are only three items left of the original car — the rear view mirror, the body itself, and the engine meter, a device on the radiator car which rises as the engine heats up. GaUoway has had only two problems with the car. When he first applied for license tags the car had no identification number and the state sent out a man to stamp an ID number into the frame. After seeing the nature of the car, they decided to make a special metal tag to put on the car, he said. GaUoway also does a slow burn when people with cigarettes come around and drop aihes on it or lay cigarettes cn it. The car has won several awards including first place in an open roadster show and a best paint award at the American Street Rod Nationals in Des Moines, Iowa There were over 450 entries at the show. GaUoway, who won't disclose how much the car cost, plans to build his own street rod sometime next year. "Its a lot nicer to do everything from scratch," he said. PILLSBURY Sweet 10 Sweet-tier 12-Oz. Btl. ^„ RAGGEDY AN* / 5 «UIT COCKTAIL? North Henderson Circle, Firemen Meet NORTH HENDERSON Mrs. SeweU DiUbeck was hostess when members of the Ever Busy Club met July 18 at Floral Hall. Mrs. Frank Adams will host the Aug. 8 meeting. "Doc" Howard and Don Hall presided at a July 16 meeting of North Henderson firemen. Mrs. Jim (Mary Ann) Jones has been hired as substitute mail carrier for the North Henderson and Alexis routes. She replaces Rusty Orwig, who resigned. Mrs. Molly Koons and Mrs. Bess Cheline were hostesses when North Henderson United Methodist Church Women met July 10. Next general meeting will be Aug. 14 at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Charles Earp gave devotions when Mary and Martha Society members met July 12 at North Henderson) United Methodist Church. Pvt. Douglas Peterson has returned to California after spending a furlough at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs, William Peterson. Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Knudsen visited friends at Quincy July 12. Charlie Tornquist, Coal Valley, celebrated his 91st birthday July 17 at the Glen Oak Nursing Home. Pain Winkler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Winkler Jr., has returned home after being a delegate to the National Future Homemakers of America convention at Houston, Texas. A recent guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pruessdng was their daughter, Miss Sue Ann Finessing, Bloomington. 6V2 -OZ. TIN W STARKIST ^ / ^ CHUNK LIGHT JT f TUNA S * 49cf LIPTON INSTANT TEA ( No \ 3-6z. m A Limit 1 JAR 49-OZ. PKG. BANANAS _-_„ = .^u >J3< NECTARINK^-^Jk_39e REDfWAWK ..Ji? _M.4? A GOOD SELECTION OF FRESH FRUIT Argentine Government Vows Tree, Fair' Fall Elections KARAVIN J BUENOS AIRES (UPI) The government promised fair and free elections Tuesday and said the long-banned Commu nist party is free to nominate a candidate for president. This would allow the Communists that right for the first time in 18 years. Elections were scheduled in September after President Hector J. Campora, in office for less than two months, resigned to make way for ex-President Juan D. Peron, Peron, who returned home from exile last month after 18 years, is favored to win by a landslide. Interior Minister Benito Llambi said Communists could nominate a candidate, as could any party now in existence or formed before the Sept. 23 election date. Under . laws imposed by successive military governments, Communists were barred from political activity, Campora lifted that ban after two days in office. Llambi also appealed to Argentines to stop the bloody strife that has torn their' country for months. He spoke only hours after a leftist textile union leader, Mario Viljalba, was slain in the northern State of Resistencia, another victim of. violence between leftist wA conservative labor factions. •'Everyone will be allowed to vote," Llambli said, "Everyone will be allowed to nominate his own candidate. No existing party nor any that cares to organize, within the law, will be excluded from the exercise of their rights, with full guarantees. We will not discriminate. There will be no ideological frontiers to separate Argentines from other Argentines." One unresolved issue was a vice presidential candidate for Peron, 77, who ran Argentine for a decade until he was! ousted by the military in 1955. Conservatives say they favor | Peron's wife, Isabella, as the candidate while leftists favor Campora. In another development, five armed men invaded a textile firm in Buenos Aires Tuesday, shot and seriously wounded a female employe and kidnaped its German director, Gunter Blummer, 58. There have been nearly 100 reported kidnapings this year and about $12 million paid in ransom or charitable donations as demanded by kidnapers. MANDARIN 0RANGES4 "„r*1 CHIFFON MARGARINE... KLEEN GUARD FURNITURE POLISH Coco Colo 6!^ 49c I BIRDSEYE COOL WHIP MORTON FROZEN CREAM PIES 4 14-OZ. $| PIES *| 2 16 oz Can COUNTRY DELIGHT WHITE BREAD 2 Loavos 49* KRAFT 12-OZ. TCc 12-OZ. TCc IV# CLIP & SAVE \Vt Charge Indiana Man for Rustling WILLIAMSPORT, Ind. (UPI) Warren County authorities Tuesday arrested Walter S Thatcher, 50, Ambia, on charges of rustling. Thatcher, who was named in felony warrant issued at Champaign, 111., was held in Warren County Jail here in lieu of $15,000 bond. He said he would not waive extradition which Illinois authorities sought in connection with the theft of six head of cattle. Authorities said the cattle were identified and recovered rom stockyards at Lebanon. Owner John Buck, Penfield, 111., made the identification. Investigator Joe Brown for the Champaign County sheriff's office said the cattle were stolen during a series of live- 1 stock rustlings about the time meat prices began to increase. Also involved in the seven- month period are various quantities of hogs and sheep. Elderly Pair Die Monday TURLOCK, Calif. (UPI) ~ This farming valley has lost two of its elderly citizens—Julio Hernandez and Minnie Robinson. He was 113 and she was 100. Both of them died Monday. Miss Robinson was a native of Georgia and lived in Turlock since 1970 ex. Btl. 4 <k| KRAFT w COLESLAW DRESS. 8 . PALMOLIVE LIQUID DETERGENT V,." 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