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D ix o n E v e n in g T e l e g r ap h 


Serv ing the Hea rt o f Ro ck Riv er Va lley fo r Mo re Tha n a Cenfury_______________ 


D ial 284-2222 
117th Y e ar 


DIXON, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 19 67 
Number 205 
è 
24 Pages 
PRICE TEN CENTS 
Communi sts Hi t Vi et 
ri son; 
Terro rist 
Attacks 
On Increase 
Rel ease 997 


REPORTER’S REFLECTIONS 
—On a per square foot basis the 
city has paid prices ran gin g 
from $3.25 to $5.21 for off-street 
parkin g lots. 
A spokesman for the Bean - 
blossom family met in formally 
with the City Coun cil an d said 
the $62,500 price asked for the 
parkin g lot own ed by the Bean - 
blossom family an d leased by 
the city was based on $5.25 per 
square foot. 
The spokesman reported this 
price is offered as part of a 
lease-purchase option coverin g a 
five-year period d urin g which 
time ren t of $270 per mon th 
shall be paid on the property. 
He repo rted the family has 
no t decided what price wo uld 
be acceptable as a lump-sum 
pay ment fo r the pro perty no w 
rather than after fiv e y ears 
under the lease ag reement. 
The terms of the lease-pur 
chase agreemen t the Bean blos- 
soms propose, the spokesman 
said , takes in to accoun t the 14 
per cen t d rop in the value of 
the d ollar in the past 10 years. 
In d etailin g history of the ci­ 
ty’s experien ce with the Bean - 
blossom lot, which is half of the 
Sin ow-Bean blossom parkin g lot 
located off River Street between 
Hen n epin 
an d 
Galen a, 
the 
spokesman remin d ed the city 
fathers that their cost to read y 
the lot for parkin g 10 years ago 
was on ly $1,000. 
—That the Bean blossom por­ 
tion afford ed the city 39 parkin g 
meters. 
He said ren t for the Sin ow 
portion of the lot has been the 
same as for the Bean blossom 
portion , $200 per mon th for each, 
although the city has given the 
Sin ow family an easemen t on 
the west of the lot an d that 
on ly 26 meters are in stalled on 
this half of the parkin g lot. 
The spokesman said the fam­ 
ily d esires that the city should 
have first chan ce to acquire the 
property at a price commen sur 
ate with what the city has paid 
for other d own town properties. 
The lease o n the Beanblo s­ 
so m pro perty ex pires Thurs­ 
day and it was sug g ested the 
family co nsider a 6 0 - to 9 0 - 
day ex tensio n o f the lease with 


(See TAKE IT . . . Pag e 8) 


OK Stud y o f Perma nent 
Chlo rina tio n Fa cilities 


Chicag o Firm 
Lo w Bidder o n 
Wo rk at DSS 


SPRINGFIELD - The 
R. B. 
Mon ahan Co., Chicago, was the 
apparen t low bid d er for altera­ 
tion s to four Dixon State School 
Cottages. 
The bid , 
open ed 
Tuesd ay in 
Sprin gfield , totaled $764,444. On ly 
on e other bid was submitted , that 
by the Gron ie Co., Decatur, in 
the amoun t of $860,777. 
Bid s open ed a week ago in con ­ 
n ection with the mechan ical work 
on the project were: 
Electrical—Frise Walters 
Co., 
Chicago, $173,685; Cahill Electric 
Co., Dixon , $180,9 71. 
Plumbin g—Great Lakes Plumb­ 
in g an d Healin g Chicago, $162,- 
443; an d Fullerton Plumbin g an d 
Heatin g, Chicago, $167,59 5. 
Ven tilatin g — Ad miral Heatin g 
an d Ven tilatin g, Hillsid e, $15,475; 
an d the Robert Irsay Co., Skokie, 
$158,500. 
Heatin g — Ad miral Heatin g an d 
Ven tilatin g, $104,000; an d Great 
Lakes 
Plumbin g 
an d 
Heatin g, 
$144,475. 
Pipe Coverin g — Sprin gman n 
Son s Corp., Peoria, $39 ,352; an d 
Mechan ical In sulation Co., Ke- 
wanee, $3 9 ,813 . 
Estimated completion time 
of 
the project is some 450 workin g 
d ays. 


SAIGON (AP) — Commun ist 
sold iers bold ly moved in to a 
provin cial capital early tod ay 
un d er cover of a heavy mortar 
barrage an d freed 9 9 7 prison ­ 
ers in the most d ramatic action 
of the Red campaign to d isrupt 
an d d iscred it South Vietn am’s 
presid en tial election s. 
A wave of attacks in the five 
provin ces makin g up the war 
zon e bord erin g North Vietn am 
in d icated an all-out effort to 
spread d isaffection in the sector 
which has always been the most 
politically sen sitive in the n a­ 
tion . 
Mean while, 
Chief 
of 
State 
Nguyen Van Thieu, the fron t- 
run n in g military can d id ate for 
presid en t in Sun d ay’s election s, 
said tod ay that if elected he may 
try to halt the bombin g of North 
Vietn am for more than the on e 
week he has been proposin g. 
A lon ger pause would d epen d 
on a favorable respon se from 
Han oi an d on agreemen t from 
the Un ited States, Thieu stressed 
in a talk with n ewsmen after 
campaign 
speech 
to 
more 
than 10,000 Vietn amese troops 
Thieu told the troops: 
“ We 
are 
read y 
to 
n egotiate. 
The 
problem is whether North Viet 
n am will accept. It is up to 
them.” 
The d elegation of 22 Ameri­ 
can s n amed by Presid en t John 
son to observe the election s ar­ 
rived in Vietn am tod ay. 
Lod ge, two-time ambassad or 
to South Vietn am an d n ow < 
rovin g en voy for John son , is ac­ 
compan yin g the group as guid e 
an d ad viser. 
There were 29 reported at­ 
tacks or in cid en ts in the 1st 
Corps 
war 
zon e, 
where 
the 
groun d war an d the political 
war have blen d ed in to a sin gle 
fierce struggle in the past few 
d ays. While the attack on the 
jail in Quan g Ngai was the most 
spectacular 
Red 
assault, 
the 
Commun ists also hit a power- 
station , a helicopter field , a U.S. 
military ad visory compoun d , a 
U.S. Seabee camp an d a rad io 
station . 
The 
South 
Vietn amese 
suf­ 
fered man y casualties, in clud ­ 
in g 70 killed an d 104 woun d ed in 
a combin ed mortar an d groun d 
attack on a Vietn amese army 
post an d d istrict head quarters 
at Tam Ky. 
Three American s were report­ 
ed killed an d 44 woun d ed , while 
kn own Commun ist losses were 
(See VIET . . . Page 8) 


At the in sisten ce of the State 
San itary Water board , the city in 
early August hastily got together 
a make-shift process to chlorin ate 
treated 
d isposal 
an d 
by-pass 
storm sewer water leavin g the 
sewage d isposal plan t an d goin g 
in to the Rock River. 


Commission er Walter P. Lohse 
said the chlorin atin g will be re­ 
quired un til Oct. 15. an d must be 
recommen ced on May 1. 


Emphasizin g the n ecessity of 
the city to con struct more per­ 
man en t facilities, Lohse report­ 
ed , the equipmen t ren tal an d oth­ 
er costs associated with the tem­ 
porary operation this season will 
cost the city about $5,000. 
Howard Wellman , en gin eer for 
Willett, Hofman n an d Associates. 
In c., appeared at Tuesd ay n ight’s 
City Coun cil meetin g an d explain - 


Gra d e Scho o l 
Enro llment 
Sho ws Dro p 


En rollmen t figures released to­ 
d ay by Stan ley Weber, superin ­ 
ten d en t of schools, in d icate there 
are some 1,450 stud en ts en rolled 
at Dixon High School, about 113 
more than last year's 1,337: an d 
3,081 
en rolled 
in 
elemen tary 
schools, some 9 0 less than last 
year’s total en rollmen t of 3,171. 
A breakd own of en rollmen t at 
the high school, again usin g this 
year's figure first an d last year's 
figure last, is as follows; fre-h- 
meti, 429 -376. up 53; sophomores, 
375-321, up 54; jun iors, 321-324, 
d own 3; sen iors, 314-289 , up 25, 
an d ed ucable men tally han d i­ 
capped remain s at 22. 
En rollmen t at the elemen tary 
in - schools, usin g this year’s figure 
first an d last year’s figure last, 
are; Gran d Detour, 181-176, up 
five; Jefferson . 566-562. up four; 
Lin coln , 637*670, d own 33; Mad - 


ed two perman en t plan s for chlor-, d uct could be operated to 
in atin g the effluen ce from the 1 crease the capacity of the pre­ 
sewage treatmen t plan t, both of J sen t plan t, 
which, he said , would satisfy the 
Majo r Alteratio n 
state water board . 
j Commission er 
Lyle 
Ballard 
Estimated ( osts 
expressed 
d ispleased 
surprise ison , 625-59 8, up 27; South Cen - 
Wellman d isclosed the estimated that the city should be required tral, 355-411, d own 56; Washin g- 
cost of on e plan is $81,000, an d t0 makp suph a major alteration ton , 717-754, d own 37. 
the other is $101.000. 
a pjan t which is on ly about 
At St. Mary’s Catholic School 
The en gin eer 
an d the 
coun cil ^ vp years 0)(j 
total en rollmen t this year is 435, 
d ecid ed the moio expon si\o fa- 
. 
. r n m n n v p d 
to 
l as t 
\ e ar ' s 
4 5 5 
.... 
.. , 
, 
,, 
, 
He asked , “ Should n t the en gi- tom parea lo ld Sl >cai s 4 .1 0, 
cilitv would be cheapen 
in the lon g 
. 
omp 
ipss 
qqlis ls because 
n eers have in clud ed 
this proc- sorn e -u iesi'- 
,ms ,s 
d UM 
ess for chlorin atin g effluen ce the n umber of outgoin g 
eighth wellmight have wan ted 
from the plan t in the d rawin g ^ra(*e giad uates is gteatei than 
submitted for the facility?” 
| the n umber of in comin g first 
Mayor George Lin d quist told grad ers, 
a school 
spokesman 
Ballard 
that 
the state 
water 1 sai(l. 
board 
approved 
the proposed 
A* St. An n e s Catholic School 
en rollmen t was d own on e this 
year with 187 stud en ts en rolled . 


— Nh V THrphot« 
Trio Arrested 
Nazi followers of assassin ated George Lin coln Rock­ 
well were arrested b\ military police when they in ­ 
sisted on wearin g their regalia, such as sw astika 
a r m b a n d s , in to Culpeper, Va., Nation al C em etery. 
The Pen tagon had ruled they could n 't. 


Nazi Party Muni o n 
Ro ckwell Burial Sile 


run . 
Reason s for this are that the 
operatin g costs 
of the 
cheaper 
plan will be $1.800 to $2.000 per 
year higher than for the higher- 
priced in stallation . 
Wellman also 
poin ted out the 


CULPEPER, 
was 
just 
the 
fun eral George 


Va. (AP) — It to bury Rockwell in Virgin ia, but 
kin d 
of 
n ear- would n ot say where. 
Lin coln 
Rock-. 
Rockwell’s 
followers 
refused 
to d off their Na/i in sign ia an d 


His 
small, 
fan atic 
ban d 
of 
swastika flat; behin d 
American N an s gain ed cen ter 
<» <■"*" the peaceful little Cul- 
stage 
in full glare of the n ation- 1 IM’Per 
al spotlight Tuesd ay—eon fron t- 


cheaper price solution could af- sewaEe treatmen t 
plan t 
plan s 
feet the d isposal plan t lo red uce ! without an y commen t about the 
. 
chlorin ation 
process bein g in -1 tom pa red 
la-i 
seal s 
IK. 


ed by the U.S. Army, surroun d ­ 
ed bv television cameras. 


its capacity to accommod ate sew 
a2e 
i elud ed in the plan s. 
1 
Lin d quist asserted the “ whole ! th* fiSure ,0 « ° 10 194 because; get it. 


Rockwell had cherished pub 
j School officials, however, expect licity—an d d id man y thin 
to 


The $101,000 plan as a by-pro- 
busin ess 
about 
Bo ard To Hear 
Objectio ns to 
Land Rezo ning 


The Zon in g Board of Appeals 
will have a busier n ight than usual 
ton ight as they review seven peti­ 
tion s some of which are bein g ob­ 
jected to by property own ers liv­ 
in g n ear the lan d for which rezon ­ 
in g requests have been mad e. 
Two of the petition s are carry­ 
overs from last mon th's board 
meetin g because of a stud y con ­ 
d ucted by board members in view 
of objection s raised . 
The carrryover 
petition s 
are 
from Paul F. Green an d Don ald 
Rcmrey, both of Dixon . Green is 
askin g that a tract of lan d just 
off River Road be rezon ed from 
Ag-1, agricultural, to C-3, com­ 
mercial. 
Green states in his petition he 
in ten d s to sell the lan d to the R. 
V. Mon ahan 
Con struction 
Co., 
Chicago, which 
wan ts to erect 
storage an d office build in gs. Ob­ 
jection s by property own ers were 
based on a claim that a road 
lead in g from River Road to the 
lan d is privately own ed . 
Board members tod ay revealed 
that in formation obtain ed by them 
in d icates the road 
is 
a public 
road an d n ot privately own ed . 
Remrey is seekin g to rezon e a 
tract of lan d on Cropsey Aven ue 
from R-2, resid en tial, to C-3, com- 


came up very sud d en ly.” 
Ballard d isagreed , sayin g for 
a lon g time he had heard chlor­ 
in ation talked about at every' 
mun icipal meetin g he had at­ 
ten d ed . 
The coun cil agreed to have 
the en gin eerin g firm make en - j 
gin eerin g d rawin gs for the proj­ 
ect. 
Parkin g Meters 
On an other subject Commis­ 
sion er George 
Lamb reported 
mercial, to store wrecked auto- the on e-hour limit parkin g mo- 
mobiles 
temporarily. This 
peti- ters agreed on at the last coun - 
tion is also bein g opposed . 
| cil session w i l l be in stalled as 
In n ew’ petition s to be con sid -1 soon as *br d epartmen t s meter-j 
ered ton ight, 
some 
50 person s j man return s from vacation , 
sign ed a petition opposin g a re -1 
City Atty. Ed ward Jon es was 
quest from Elwood C. an d Helen I in structed to obtain easemen t 
S. Rickard , Dixon , askin g that the !ag,pomen *s *rom property own - 
board approve the rezon in g of ers wbo W]b b(’ affected by the 
lan d they o w ti in Palmyra Town - Pr°P°sed storm sewer project in 
ship on old Alt. 30, five miles | an 
area on lhe southwest sid e 
west of Dixon , to be used as a 
quarry for blastin g an d process­ 
in g ston e. 


Other petition s to which there 
were n o objection s fill'd at this 
time arc from 
the 
Paw Paw 
San itary District; William Rein ­ 
ers, Amboy; Paul D. an d Mary 
E. Stouffer. Dixon ; an d the Chuck 
Haen itsch Truckin g Co., In c. 
The Paw’ Paw San itary District 
is seekin g to rezon e four acres 
of lan d in 
Wyomin g Town ship, 
just west of Paw Paw, from 1-1 
in d ustrial, to 1-2, for storage of 
an hyd rous ammon ia an d related 
materials. 
Rein ers is askin g that property 
he own s south of Amboy an d west 
(See BOARD . . . Page 8) 


chlorin ation lbe grad es have been exten d ed 
from 1-6 to 1-7. 
As a corpse he attain ed lus ul 
timatc publicity. 


W est G e n n a n 
D e fe n s e C h ie f 
H u rt in Full 


But at the en d of a d ay at 
times so weird it was like a had 
movie, the bod y of the slain 
“ fuerher” 
remain ed 


Nation al Cemetery an d 
bury their assassin ated chief. 
But 
those were the groun d 
rules laid d own by the Army. 
An d when it came time for the 
govern men t graved iggers to go 
home the Army rescin d ed its 
permission 
for ex Navy Cmd r. 
Rockwell to be in terred In Cul­ 
peper—or 
an y 
other 
military 
cemetery 
A short, trim, soft-spoken ma­ 
jor 
gen eral 
an n oun ced 
the 


un buried A™» "» chan « - n f hca_rt at’" 
an d the Nazis refused to reveal 
where his bod y was or what 
they plan n ed to d o with it. 


the 
hearse 
bearin j 
Rockwell 
surroun d ed by five un iformed 
mourn ers an d perhaps two d oz- 
HAMBURG, 
West 
German y Ul' ' 
1,1 uw 
“ • 
pn ¡n (-ivi)ian clothes, spen t five 
(UPI) —West German d efen se 
By n oon tod ay, party lead ers hours at the gate of the shad ed , 
min ister 
Gerhard 
Schroed er, were reported still 
d iscussin g usually 
seren e burial 
groun d , 
perhaps the most pro-American burial plan s at their Arlin gton , 
.\ chorus of booin g an d “ Heil 
lead er 
in 
Bon n , 
tod ay 
was ’ Va., head quarters. On e man who Hitler!” — arms 
upraised 
an d 
hospitalized with “ serious” head wan d ered d own the hill from all—greeted the an n oun cemen t 
in juries 
suffered 
when 
he the ramshackle house said the by Maj. Gen . Carl C. Turn er, 
slipped on a fruit peel an d fell, d ecision alread y had been mad e Army provost marshal. 
Natio nalize U.S. Oil 
Co mpanies in Alg eria 
of the city. 
Lin d quist appoin ted Mrs. Stan ­ 
ton Williams, 1210 Secon d St., 
as a member of the KSB Hos­ 
pital board to replace Mrs. For- 
___ 
____ 
_____ 
est Trautwein , 105 E. Boyd St., | tion eiized five American -operat- |lste(i lhe n ation alized com pa- 
who resign ed . 
^ 
compan ies. He ach'd as n ies as Esso-Stan d ard Algérie, 


By Un ited Press In tern ation al 
; foreign min ister to sit in on the 
Militan t 
Algerian 
Presid en t summit, Atassi sen t n o on e. 
set a recon ciliatorv ton e for the 
summit 
by 
hold in g 
han d s 
in 
Houari Boumed ien n e tod ay n a- 
Thp Algerian 
official 
journ al ; 
Public. 


The coun cil approved labor olher 
Arab 
chiefs 
an d outsid e claims amoun tin g to Khartoum 10 m aP 


N a h 2 4- Y e a r - O ld M a n 


Wea ther 


Partly cloud y an d quite cool 
ton ight. Lows ton ight 46-54. 
Thursd ay partly sun n y an d 
cool with highs 65-73. 


$34,216.09 . 


S e e I t I n s id e 


•BIG 3' OFFER - Lead ers 
of the Un ited Auto Workers 
stud y a con tract offer from the 
Big Three automakers, an of­ 
fer the un ion is almost sure to 
reject. Page 9. 
Ed itorial Features ....P age 4 
Society News .................Page 5 
Local, Area News ..Pages 8, 9 
TV Guid e ........................ Page 10 
Sports News ................. Page li 
Comics ............................Page 21 


Esso - Erica, Esso - Saharein n e. 
Mobil Oil-Nord 
Afn cain e 
an d 
Mobil Oil Fran ce. 
The summit in Khartoum was 
called to forge common mea- 


Nasser had 
sn ubbed 
Faisal 
Tuesd ay, refusin g to rid e in the 
same car with him from the 
Khartoum Airport. Faisal also 
was the target of a d emon stra­ 
tion by pro-Egyptian Arabs as 
he d rove in alon e. Police used 
tear 
gas 
to 
d isperse 
the 


met 
in 
common 
program of econ omic an d other 
reprisals again st Israel an d its 
Western “ frien d s.” 
Boumed ien n e refused 
lo at- surcs t0 “elimin ate the con se- 
ten d the Arab summit because j quen ces of Israeli aggression ” d emon strators, 
of 
the 
failure 
of 
the 
Arab an fj t() d ecid e how far to go in 
Tod ay 
Nasser 
an d 
Faisal 
foreign min isters, who d rew up ' pUn ishin g its alleged supports. heid 
han d s 
as 
they 
rod e 
the d raft agen d a, to approve in n ajs0 was d esign ed to patch up 
together from 
the Sud an hotel 
ad van ce 
his 
proposals 
for 
a imer-Arab d ifferen ces. 
' t() the Republican Palace where 
guerrilla war again st Israel an d j F.ight 
Arab 
lead ers 
showed the meetin g is bein g held behin d 
up. Tun isia, Libya an d Morocco ciosed d oors. 
Also in the car 
d rastic 
retaliation 
again st 
the 
Un ited States an d other western 
powers who backed the Jewish 
state. 
Syrian 
Presid en t 
Noured d in 
Al Atassi, an other ad vocate of a 


sen t 
high-ran kin g 
represen ta­ 
tives. 
Held Han d s 
UPI correspon d en t John P at­ 
ter 
reported 
from 
Khartoum 


was Jord an ’s Kin g Hussein , who 


(See OIL . . . Page 8) 


3 Bank Emplo y es Herded 
Into Safe; Sho t? Killed 


OVERTON, Nev. (AP — The I amoun t taken will be mad e to- 
man ager of a ban k an d his two d ay. 
women tellers were herd ed in to j \ short time before the three 
a vault late Tuesd ay an d shot to were 
slain , 
sheriff’s 
officers 
d eath. A 24-year-old man was ; said , a youn g man tried to rob a 
later arrested an d charged with 1 bait shop two blocks away. 


hard -lin e 
policy, 
also 
stayed that lon g-time en emies U.A.Il. 
home. 
Boumed ien n e 
sen t 
his Presid en t Gamal Abd el Nasser 
an d Kin g Faisal of Saud i Arabia 


Quo ta b le 


murd er an d robbery. 


The slayin gs were d iscovered 
by a farmer, Norman T. Shurt- 
liff, who had gon e to the ban k 
to talk about a loan . 


The 
ban k 
man ager, 
Larry 


A clerk, Ad ella Maxey, said 
the man asked for shells for a 
gun an d then , as she turn ed , d e­ 
man d ed that she give him all 
the store’s mon ey. 
She took about $30 from a 
cash register, Mrs. Maxey told 
Staley, 27, an d the tellers—Vera police, but the man said : “ If 
Walkin gton , 30, an d Betty Heit- that’s all you’ve got, forget it. 
man n , 40—were each shot in the It’s n ot worth my life or your 
head . Normally, two other per- life.” 
son s 
work 
at 
the 
Overton ' 
Mrs. Maxey said he then said 
bran ch of the Ban k of Las Ve- j he had been kid d in g, an d talked 
gas but both were off. 
1 with her for 10 min utes before 
^ 
T 
; buyin g beer an d leavin g. 
Terry Lyn n Con ger 
a con - 
Mrs. Maxey telephon ed Depu- 
struction worker, was taken in to 
custod y at his home in the farm­ 
in g commun ity of Moapa, about 
15 miles n ortheast of Overton . 
He 
was 
booked 
in to 
Carbon 
Coun ty Jail on charges of mur­ 
d er an d robbery. 


ty Sheriff Cleo Whitn ey, 
an d 
Whitn ey was in the bait store 
when word came of the ban k 
killin gs. 
Road blocks were set up, an d 
about an hour later Con ger’s 
car was 
spotted by a pilot, 
An aud it to 
d etermin e 
the i which led to his arrest. 


Pleasure an d action make the 
hours seem short. 
Shakespeare 


—AF ft in -photo 
Bridg e Blasted by Viet Co ng Terro rists 
Half o f the steel Phung Ho ep bridg e at Can Tho , So uth Vietnam, lies under 
water after the Viet Co ng flo ated clay mo re mines under it and deto nated them. 
Bridg e was o ne o f nine crumpled by Viet Co ng as part o f a pre-electio n terro rist 
campaig n. Pedestrians cro ss riv er o n a flo ating fo o tbridg e that halts sampan 
traffic o n the riv er. 


In Peking 
Dip lo ma ts 
’ Ex it 
Visa s Ca nceled 


TOKYO (AP) — Red Chin a to- tion s between Chin a an d Brit- 
d ay can celed exit visas of Brit- ain ?” the broad cast said , 
ish d iplomats station ed in Pe- 
There was n o immed iate re­ 
kin g, ord ered their movemen ts spon se in Lon d on , but Foreign 
con fin ed to 400-yard trips be- Office sources in d icated that the 
tween 
home 
an d 
office 
an d on ly course open to the British 
threaten ed 
further 
retaliation was to try to preven t n ew in ci- 
for clashes between Lon d on po- d en ts at the Chin ese mission in 
lice an d Chin ese mission person - ord er n ot to en d an ger the Brit- 
n el who fought them with axes ish in Pekin g further. The For- 
an d bats. 
eign Office said the Chin ese in - 
Pekin g Rad io, chargin g that stigated the clashes, 
the British govern men t “ in sti- 
About 50 police officers, with 
gated 
ruffian s 
to 
beat 
up” 40 men in reserve, remain ed on 
Chin ese d iplomats in Lon d on in j d uty n ear the Chin ese mission 
a wild melee Tuesd ay, said in a build in g on the frin ge of Lon - 
broad cast that n o British per- d on ’s fashion able Mayfair Dis* 
son n el 
would 
be 
allowed 
to trict. The police broke up a 
leave their legation compoun d crowd of more than 100 just be- 
without submittin g application s fore 
mid n ight, 
an d 
Scotlan d 
48 hours in ad van ce. 
Yard 
ban n ed 
d emon stration s 
“The 
Chin ese 
govern men t an d gatherin gs in eight streets 
hereby asks the British govern - aroun d the legation , 
men t in all seriousn ess: Where 
Two clashes jarred the area 
d o you wan t to push the rela* 
(See DIPLOMATS . ♦ . Pag e 8) 


Page 2 
DIXON EVENING TELEGRAPH 
Wednesday , August 3 0, lOni 


Peo ple in Ohio News 


Miss Nancy Sisler. DeKalb, has I 
been v isiting the p ast week with , 
friends and relativ es here and 
w as a g u est of Mr. and Mrs. Gu y 
Sisler. Walnu t, and Mr. and M rs.! 
Georg e Sisler. 
Mr. and Mrs. .Tay T>u nn took 
his sister, 
Sister Elizabeth, to 
Nau v oo, Su nday . She had been 
v isiting relativ es here. 
Mr. ami Mrs .T. R. Doran left 
Tu esday for a few day s v acation. 
Places of interest v isited were 
Iowa City . 
Iowa, 
the 
Atnana 
Colonies and Nau v oo. 
On their retu rn trip Su nday they 
stop p ed at Dav enp ort, Iowa, to 
call on their son-in-law and dau g h­ 
ter. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Zim­ 
merman 
Other 
v isitors 
weie 
Eileen, Kathy and Sheila Doran 
ami Don Bru ce They all enjoy ed 
a cook-ou t tog ether. 


Mrs. Mary Rickert entertained 
the Wednesday Clu b Wednesday 
afternoon in the 
home 
of 
her 
dau g hter. Mrs. ( lay ton (lUithet. 
Bridg e p rizes were receiv ed by 
Mrs. Harold 
Tu cker 
and 
Mrs. 
Lou is Minkler. 
Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Falev and 
family , Peoria, were g u ests Su n­ 
day of Mrs. Mike Falev . 
Mr 
and Mrs. Harold Tu cker 
and Mr. and Mrs, Jay Du nn and 
family recently attended a fam ­ 
ily reu nion at the Bob Pike home 
near Pontiac. 
Mr and Mrs. Orin Heu er and 
family , Princeton, were su p p er 
g u ests Su nday of Mr. and Mrs. 
Lester Morg ensen. 
Mrs. 
Ju liu s 
Saltzman, 
Mrs. 
Catherine VanDeMark, and Mrs. 
Harry ’ Chenneou r retu rned from 
an eig ht-day tou r to Ex p o 6 7. 


Po lo 
So cia l 
No tes 


POLO ■— Mrs. Ray mond Glorl- 
feltv . Mou nt M orns, v isited her 
mother, Mrs. 0 . M. Wolfensberg - 
er Satu rday . 
Mrs. Camilla Jones and sisters, 
M arg u erite and Irene Poole drov e 
to Harv ey Friday where Mar­ 
g u erite remained to resu m e her 
school du ties. 


Mr ami Mrs. Karl Cox and fam­ 
ily , Mou nt Morris, 
v isited 
the 
form er’s father, Henry , Su nday 
afternoon. 
Miss Shirley Ports, Rockford, 
‘ip ent the weekend with her p ar­ 
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralp h Ports. 


Mr. and Mrs E M. Ty ne and 
family hav e retu rned from a v a­ 
cation at Winnep eg , Canada. 


Mr and Mrs. Ev erett W ebster,: 
Mr. and Mrs. Pau l Schmidt and 
Dan, Mr. and Mrs. Don Shau lis, 
Janice and Dav id, were Su nday 
ev ening v isitors of Dwig ht Silv iu s, 
Milledg ev ille. 


Su nday ev ening g u ests of Mr. 
and Mrs. E v erett W ebster were 
the form er's brother-in-law 
and 
sister, Mr. 
and 
Mrs. 
WUmer 
Gerdes and Caroly n, Dix on. 


• 
* 
• 


Mr. ami Mrs. Clarence Embry 
attended the 
wedding 
of Miss 
Barbara Jean Johnson, dau g hter 
of Mr. and Mrs. 
Oral 
Johnson. 
Rockford, and Larry Rig g s, sort 
of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Rig g s. Ot- 
| tawa. at Bethel Methodist Chu rch 
Rockford. Satu rday afternoon. The 
brideg room is a g reat nep hew of 
Mrs. Embry . 
Su ndav g u ests of John Gorzny 


were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sch-1 
roder ami Kim, Morrison. Joining 
them for su p p er were Mrs. Fran­ 
ces Bohms and Barry Schu dder,! 
Rock Falls. 


Lisa, Jim and Mathew Conk 
-1 
■ lin. 
Sou th 
Beloit, v isited their j 
g randmother. Mrs. Ju lia Conklin.' 
Satu rday afternoon. The 'children 
and their p arents. Mr. and Mrs.! 
Jim Conklin, are sp ending sev - 
| oral day s w ith Mrs. Conklin's p ar­ 
ents. Mr, and Mrs. Bernard Man- 
j ning . 
• 
• * 


Mrs. Don Waters, Connie and 
Ju lis, Sterling , and Mr. and Mrs. 
Clarence Beard were Su nday din­ 
ner g u est* of Mrs. Ju lia Conklin. 


Mr. and Mrs. Don Bender and 
j family . Rockford, were weekend 
j g u ests of the form er’s mother, 
! Mrs. Lewis Bender. 


Stev e Mains who is stationed at 
Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo, arriv ed 
Su nday for a two week leav e with 
his p arents, Mr, and Mrs \ lrg il 
Mains. 
The Secret Hooters enjoy ed a 
p icnic at Camp Emmau s near 
Mou nt Morris Su nday . Those at­ 
tending were Mr. and Mrs. Irv in 


Wu bbena and Tru dy . Forreston; 
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Garber, Mr. 
and Mrs. Henry Beu lke. Mr. and 
Mrs. Jerry Pu dlas and Jalay ne 
Haldane; Mr. and Mrs. Art My ers, 


Mou nt Morris; Air. and Mrs Al­ 
v in Bu tler and Allen. LaGrang e; 
Mr. and Mrs. Clay ton Boslay and 
family , Rockford, and Mr. and 
Mrs. Joe You ng , Polo. 


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Alway s Fresh To day and 
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THE DIXON EVENING 
TELEGRAPH 
113 Peona Av e. 
Dix on. 111. 6 1021 
Entered at the p ostoffice in 
the city of Dix on. Illinois, for 
transmission 
throu g hou t 
the 
mails as second class m atter. 
2d Class p ostag e p aid at Dix on, 
111., 6 1021 
Pu blished daily ex ­ 
cep t Su nday and Holiday s. 
Bv mail in Lee, Og le, Bu ­ 
reau and Whiteside cou nties. 
$13.00 
p er 
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$7.00 
six 
months; 
$4.50 three months; 
$2.50 p er month, 
ex cep t 
in 
commu nities where Teleg rap h 
carrier serv ice is maintained. 
Elsewhere in Illinois and any ­ 
where 
in the Lnited 
States 
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p er 
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$9 .50 
six 
months; 
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$2.75 p er month. All mail su b­ 
scrip tions strictly in adv ance. 
In Dix on by carrier 50c p er 
week or $26 00 p er y ear, p ay ­ 
able strictly in adv ance. 
Sing le cop y . 10 cents. 


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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 196 7 
BUREAU COUN TV FAIRGROUN DS 
PRINCETON, ILLINOIS 
(LOCATED AT WEST E D G E OF PRINCETON ON RT. 6 ) 
11:00 A.M. RAIN OR SHINE 
SALE STARTS PROMPTLY 
Co nsisting o f the co ntents nf the Stev ens Ho use Antique 
Sho p o f Princeto n Illino is, as fo llo ws: 
Ov al marble to p table, Em pire maho gany table, china clo set 
with drawers. 3 curv ed glass china clo sets, wicker platfo rm 
ro cker, wicker baby and do ll carriages, English tea caddies 
jardinieres, pictures and picture fram es, ho o ks, plat bo o k 
o f Bureau Co unty , Harringlo n’* Bureau Co unty . Past and 
Present, wo o den cigar mo lds, granite kitchen ware, trix ets, 
“ o nio n" pattern fo o d warmer, English co pper co al scuttle, 
brass wo o d bo x . brass to asting fo rks, ink wells, iro nsto ne 
china, 
Tea 
Leaf, 
kero sene lam ps, 
lamp 
chim ney s and 
shades, stained glass lamps. “ Go ne With the Wind" lamp, 
hand painted plates, fish plates, large quantity o f pattern 
class, 
bo wl and pitcher, to y s, quimper ware, majo lica, 
co lo red glass, lustres, Teplit/ x ase. im m ense eo balt blue 
\a s e , litho phane sto v e, to o thpick ho lders. Bristo l v ases, art 
no uv eau, silv er, tea tiles, bread plates, carv ing set. candle 
ho lders. 2 po st card racks, dresser sets, mulberry iro n­ 
sto ne, pieces o f Hav iland, Staffo rdshire figures, and many 
items o f wo o d, iro n, brass, co pper, china, and glass to o 
numero us to mentio n. 
TERM S: CASH 
Lunch will be serv ed o n the premises by the ladies o f the 
l nited Penteco stal Church 
Haro ld F. Yo rhies and William Etheridge, Auctio neers 
J o hn Rev eli and Gene Ho well, Clerks 
Edward Garnet F ay , Owner 
NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS 


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PEACHES 
3 
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COCA COLA 
8 '¿2- 4 9 ° 


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SEEDLESS GRAPES ,, 2 1 ' 


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DIXON EVENING TELEGRAPH 
P a ? e 3 
Wednesda y , Aug ust 3 0 , 196 7 
Oreg o n News 


OREGON — Mrs, Mary Dellach . the Shubert Theatre, Chicago, Fri- 
ami Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Del- day evening, 
lach, Detioit, Mich., former Ore- 
Harvey Gelander is a patient in 
gon residents, left Tuesday after Rockford Memorial Hospital for 
a visit with Mrs. Frank Gecan, 
j treatment. 
Miss Jean Sweet, Nvack, N Y 
,, 
, 
, TT „ 
, 
, 
x 
, 
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Holland and 
arrived Friday to spend the week- f 
A c . 
i 
, 
. 
family spent I nday and Saturday 


The ‘Fugitiv e ’ 
Stops Running 


pense had to come from another jailed,” 
said 
Harve Bennett, 
area. 
West Coast program vice presi- 
Finding an eye-witness to the*dent, 
and then, in the last 
killing was the central theme,! SC(’ne* Judd, the lawyer in one 
hut that hardlv seemed diamat-|of our new “ ries- " ould comc 
intc the cell and prepare to de- 


almost 
every 
scene—breathed wind-up shows possible was the 
life and sympathy into a thor- fact (hat Janssen wanted 
to 
oughly implausible character. 
leave the strips and he was im- 
Perhaps 
the 
greatest 
chal-! possible lo replace ABC would 
lenge, 
however, 
was 
handed !'ave liked to continue the show, 
Barry Morse, cast a sthe police- but Janssen, fatigued, was ea­ 
ger to get into a less rigorous 
ic enough, so the climax was a 
_ 
. 
chase 
through 
a 
deserted jfend him< But we couldn 1 i,ntliman who pursued him relent- 
B y CYNTHIA LOWRY 
, toned the unseen narrator, and amusement park and a fight- anV wa>' 10 work 11 out” 
hessly, o bv io usly a neuro tic vie-jand equally rewarding mo 10 
AP Televlsion-Radio Writer 
Dr. Richard Kimble, cleared >f to-thc-finish atop a high ride—a 
One stumbling block undoubt* 
some compulsion but P1C u,( Cd!C r- 
^ 
HOLLYWOOD 
(AP) — 
"On 
his wife’s murder, smiled at the 
familiar 
pair 
of 
end -of-show ecily was Quinn Martin, c r e a 
t o 
r !w^o, 
at least once was so kind Meanwhile, 
Ihc Tugitive 
is 
Tuesday, August 
29, 1907, 
the pretty 
girls at his side 
and television cliches. 
What has and head of the production com- and trusting that the recaptured 
due to start running 
ail ovir 
Fugitive stopped 
running,” in- walked into the 
sunset, 
attracted considerable attention pany that turned out the depart-Jman (’ou^l talk him into tempo 
--------------------- 
It was Tuesday night's widely in the industry' was giving the mg show. “ Judd for the De*!,aiv freedom. 


end with her uncle and aunt, Mr. 
and Mrs. George Altenburg. She 
left Tuesday to return home. 
Mrs. Paul 
Hardestv, 
Marilvn 


at Normal visiting Mr. and Mrs. j 
Burdett Frew. 
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hooks and 


and Mrs. 
Virginia 
Bacon 
and 
L>'nchbur§' Va • «■>?» J ri‘ 
daughter, Susie, attended the pro­ 
duction of “ On a Clear Day You 


iday through Sunday with Ore­ 
gon friends. They are former 


Can See Forever” starring How". 
0ropon "»idoms a,Kl business 
aid Keel and Barbara Bang 
at pi‘ople' havlng ° " nrd an<l op<'r' 
-------------------------- ated the “ Greenhouses on the 
Hill” for many years. 


heralded wind-up of ABC’s “ The viewers a wind-up show 
u O W ip i O l l isr^ Il S 
Fugitive,” and while the final,vice 
attracted 
public 
COMPTON — Jane Norman, i,air of programs are unlikely to drew oversize audieir 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Har- 
candidates 
foi 
wilting nntmnu 
. a >en 
old Norman, spent three weeks awards, they did bieak telcvi- mating t ie sr/.t 
in Germany 
this summer visit-|s*on precedents. 
cmis, wn 
m 
tried to vvhen thp-v romo 1 
nary checks indi 


ratini 
of tl 


Mr. and Mrs. John Hughes were 


Pri ce Cut 


ANKARA (LTD — The British 
Petroleum, Mobil and Shell O il, Saturday evening dmner guests of 
Companies have agreed 
to cut Mr. and Mrs. Audley Williams, 
by 40 cents a barrel the price Loves Park. 


ing her brother and sister-in-law 
The two-part epi>o< 
Spec. 4 and Mrs. Fred Elliott, at tie up all the loose ends of four 
the cu- 'u,mes which usually turn off 
their sets for summer had them 
on for “ The Fugitive.” 


he de- fense.” the new courtroom ser*' 
and ies. is made by another produc*! 
. The or with ties to other film stu-j 
esti- dios. 


David Janssen, who played 
“ The Fugitive” 
for four ex­ 
hausting years—he appeared in 


One 
thing 
that 
made 


again, as the four years of pro- 
; grams are sold for local station 
the reruns. 


died 


Everstadt. 
seasons an d to satisfy the cu- 
She traveled by jet over and riosity of the viewers about how 
back. Some of her time there their hero emerged from his 
was spent touring points of in- jam. It also produced the novel 
terest in the area. 


Executive 
presuma 
if the r 
wrap-up 
m 
new 
programs now' wondering 
* * * 
broadcast during the 
sum m er of new programs might 
Ruby Miller, daughter of Mr. I rerun doldrums. 
those millions w ho an 
and Mrs. Dale Miller, traveled 
The conclusion was hard to summer, presumed to 
per 
barrel 
for 
crude 
oil! 
Edgar Houpt. and Larry Davis by train for a three-week visit; pull together, so its no wonder fishing. 
¡with her grtandparents Mr. 
and I the final chapter wasn’t up to 
ABC executives tried t 
Mrs. 
L. L. Wolf, Lamar, 
Mo. the standards of the rest of the out a way to use the int 
the cut 
will be retroactive for 181 Mrs. Davis and son. Mike, are 
Her 
mother drove down for the; long- running series. No secret the end-of-show program 
months 
and will 
save Turkey 
staving with her mother, Mrs. 
i third 
week and brought 
her! was made that the one armed 
“ We thought of hav 
home. 
'man was the murderer, so sus- one-armed 
man arrest 


imported into Turkey, a Turkish are spending this week at Alexan- 
official said Monday. He said dria, Minn., at a fishing resort. 


earn 
j oil 


ire 
in 


about $10 million a vear 
Elsie Watts. 
ed anc 


Precast Concrete 
Septic Tanks 
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Sat. 8 ant - H pm 
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CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE 
WINNERS OF FREE GIFT CERTIFICATES DURING 
OUR GRAND OPENING. 


$50 GIFT CERTIFICATE 
CAROL SPROUL, 309 E. Fellows, Dixon 


$25 GIFT CERTIFICATE 
GARY SCHICK, 1003 E. Chamberlain, Dixon 


RUTH PAGE, RFD No. 3, Dixon 
MRS. CLYDE CORTRIGHT, 504 E. Fellows, Dixon 


KATHY WAKELEY, RR No. 1. Box 7, Dixon 


$10 GIFT CERTIFICATE 
MRS. W. J. McNEE, 309 S. Gelena, Dixon 
FLORENCE DEGNER, 706 Hennepin, Dixon 
AMY HAGGERTY, 807 W. Second. Dixon 


MRS. JOHN STOVER. 1017 Chestnut. Dixon 


MARIE BROADWAY. 610 Van Buren, Dixon 


MRS. WILLIAM KRAMER, 1028 Institute, Dixon 
BECKY HERZOG, 803 Madison. Dixon 


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MARGARET CLEARY, 403 Monroe. Dixon 
GRETE SEIBLE, 810 Highland, Dixon 


Economics of Red 
Trade on U.S. Credit 


Pu ll Togeth er, Man ! 
D ixon Evening Telegraph 


page 4 
Wednesday, August 30, 1 967 
Published by B. F. Shan Printing Co. 
Established 1 85 1 , Dixon, Illinois 


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and United Press Internationa! 
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service. 


The Doctor 
Savs 


By ANN LANDERS 
Betty Canary 


Intrigue, Deception 
Dominate S. Viet Lite 


By BRUCE BIOSSAT 
The secret organization, oi 


Things Dixon 
Talked About 


SHORT RIBS 


$ 1 *7 ir N U * hu. T il. fttg W.5. fat. GU. 
q 
& JT SKUNKS PONT 
LIVE ON 1WE PESERT. 
P ^ W !i$M e L L A S K U N K ! 


You mig ht b e interested to know, Son 
—we, TOO, have 
a slogan. It goes, 'Don't trust anyone UNDER 30!'" 


P t g 
t s 
DIXON EVENING TELEGRAPH 
Wed., Au er. 30, 1007 
Miss Bu rd sa ll Exch a n g es Vo ws 
With Ph ilip E. S la g le in Dixo n 


Arran g emen ts o f white shasta, 
daisies an d p o mp o n s deco rated 
the altar o f the First Metho d­ 
ist Chu rch Chap el when m ar­ 
riag e v o ws were ex chan g ed at 
2 p .m. Au g . 19 hv Miss Ly n da 
An n Ru rdsall, dau g hter o f the 
Gail .T. Ru rdsalls. Mo rriso n , an d 
Philip Earl Slag le, so n o f Mr. 
an d Mrs. Earl F. Slag le Jr., 
Dix o n . 


The do u ble-rin g weddin g was 
p erfo rmed by the Rev . Dav id W. 
Carlisle, assistan t p asto r o f the 
chu rch, 
an d 
Mrs. 
Tho mas 
Whitco mbe p ro v ided o rg an ac­ 
co mp an imen t 
as 
the 
bride's 
g reat-au n t, 
Mrs. F r a n c i s 
Sf,h\v eiss, 
Ro ck 
Islan d, 
san g 
“ The Lo rd's P ray er" an d "Re- 
cau se.” 


The bride’s g o wn , fashio n ed o f 
white lace an d sheer n y lo n o v er 
silk taffeta, was desig n ed with 
a seq u in an d p earl embro idered 
lace bo dice featu rin g a scal­ 
lo p ed n ecklin e an d lo n g sleev es 
tap erin g to wristp o in ts. Oran g e 
blo sso m lace ap p liq u es trimmed 
the g o wn ’s flo o r-len g th bell skirt 
which was accen ted by a detach­ 
able chap el train fallin g fro m 
a back-bo w, an d her bridal v eil 
o f n y lo n n et cascaded fro m a 
Chan tilly lace q u een ’s cro wn . 
A 
white o rchid 
cen tered her 
bo u q u et o f eleg an ce carn atio n s 
an d fern sp ray s. 
She was g iv en in marriag e by 
her father, an d was atten ded by 
Miss Kimberley Crete, Mo rriso n , 
who was attired in a fu ll-len g th 
g o wn o f o liv e g reen chiffo n o v er 
matchin g taffeta. Green satin 
ribbo n s with attached stream ­ 
ers trimmed the g o wn ’s emp ire 
waistlin e, 
an d 
her 
headdress 
was a ban deau o f o liv e g reen 
taffeta 
en circled 
with 
v eilin g . 
Yello w slip p ers an d g lo v es co m­ 
p lemen ted her g o wn , an d her 
bo u q u et co mbin ed white shasta 
daisies an d fo liag e. 
Ed-ward My ers acted as best 
man fo r Mr. Slag le, an d wed­ 
din g g u ests fro m Dix o n , M o rri­ 
so n , Ro ck Islan d an d fro m Clin ­ 
to n , Io wa, an d Larg o , Fla., were 
u shered by William Camp bell 
an d Eu g en e Pierce. 
Fo r her dau g hter’s weddin g , 
Mrs. Bu rdsall cho se a p o wder 
blu e A-lin e fro ck o v erlaid with 
v diite lace, an d an en semble o f 
g o ld silk crep e was wo rn by 
the brideg ro o m’s mo ther. Bo th 
selected o rchid co rsag es an d ac­ 
cesso ries to match their co s­ 
tu mes. 


MRS. PHILIP E. SLAGLE 


the n ewly weds were ho n o red at 
a recep tio n held in the chu rch 


p arlo r when the refreshmen t ta- j 
ble held bo u q u ets o f white car-i 
n atio n s an d daisies, an d was 
cen tered by a tiered weddin g 
cake en circled at the base by 
a wreath o f smilax . Assistin g 
du rin g the recep tio n were Miss 
j 
Nita An n Slag le, sister o f the 
brideg ro o m; Miss Pam ela Ru rd­ 
sall, Mo rriso n , the bride’s sister; 
Miss Jan e On ken an d Miss Lin ­ 
da Hu rley . 
Fo r trav elin g , the n ew Mrs. 
Slag le 
selected 
a 
black 
an d 
white ten t dress o f daisy -p rin ted 
n y lo n o v er taffeta accen ted by 
the o rchid co rsag e fro m her 
bridal bo u q u et. A g radu ate o f 
Mo rriso n Hig h 
Scho o l 
an d 
the 
Scho o l fo r Su rg ical Techn ician s 
at Mo lin e Pu blic Ho sp ital, Mo ­ 
lin e, she will be emp lo y ed as a 
member o f the staff at KSB 
Precedin g their dep artu re o n ¡ Ho sp ital. 


atten ded Parso n s Co lleg e, F a ir-: 
field, Io wa, where he was af-1 
filiated with Sig ma Pi iratern i- 
ty . He is asso ciated with his 
father in o p eratin g the Dix o n 
firm, Earl F. Slag le an d So n 
In c., an d they are residin g o n 
Plu m Ho llo w Ro ad. 


Dinner- Meeting 
Friday 's 8 p .m. meetin g in 
the Maso n ic Temp le fo r Do ro thy 
Chap ter, Order o f the Eastern 
Star, will he p rec eded by a (1:30 
p .m. scram ble din n er wn en bev ­ 
erag e will be p ro v ided by the 
co mmittee, Mrs. Edg ar Deets, 
Mrs. Harley Swarts, Mrs. La- 
v in a Hu g hes, Mrs. E. E Dep u ty 
an d Mr. an d Mrs. Lester Sp en ­ 
cer. 
Plan s will be made du rin g the 
meetin g fo r the chap ter’s an n u al 
"Gu est Nig ht" schedu led fo r 8 
p .m. Sep t. 15 in the temp le. 


Shower Honors 
Recent Bride 
OHIO — The fo rmer Miss Co n ­ 
n ie Phillip s who became the bride I 
o f Geo rg e Alien Au g . 20 in the 
Ohio Metho dist Chu rch, was g u est 
o f ho n o r at a 
recen t 
p ren u p tial 
sho wer in Wesley Hall o f the 
j chu rch w hen she was assisted at 
the g ift table by Miss Barbara 
Phillip s an d Mrs. James Harris. 
A p ro g ram arran g ed by Mrs. 
Ray mo n d Ho ffman an d Mrs. Ev an 
: Ewalt in clu ded readin g s by Mrs. 
Ho ffman an d Mrs. Cliffo rd An ­ 
derso n , ami a v o cal so lo by Miss 
Barbara Ewalt acco mp an ied by 
Mrs. Geo rg e Sisler. 
Mrs. Bliss Phillip s, mo ther o f 
the ho n o ree, p resided at the re­ 
freshmen t table which held y el­ 
lo w tap ers an d a cen ter arran g e­ 
men t o f y ello w g ladio li. 
Co -ho stesses fo r 
the 
sho wer 
were Mrs. Ho ffman , Mrs. Ewalt, 
Mrs. An derso n . Mi's. Dale Ric- 
kcrt, Mrs. Lero y Schu ltz, Mrs. 
Fran k 
Richards, 
Mrs. 
Van ce 
Plap p , Mrs. Iv an Reu ter, Mrs. 
Kay Hamn ett, Mrs. William L. 
An derso n , Mrs. Eu g en e Han sen , 
Mrs. Ho ward Martin . Mrs. Dewp v 
Jo hn so n , 
Mrs. 
James 
Jen sen . 
Mrs. Ro bert Ewalt. Mrs. Delmar 
Farrell. Mrs. Harry Owen s, Mrs. 
Ben jamin 
Sto ckin g 
Sr., 
Mrs. 
Way n e Jo hn so n . 
Mrs. 
Clay to n 
Gu ither, Mrs. Way n e Harris, Mrs. 
Marv in Jo hn so n an d Mrs. Rich­ 
ard Phillip s. 


Babv Shower 
MOl'NT MORRIS—Mrs. James 
Jen n in g s 
an d 
in fan t 
dau g hter, 
Stacy An n . were ho n o red g u ests 
at a recen t baby sho wer g iv en by 
Mrs. Wilbu r Nev en ho v en an d her 
co -ho stess, Mrs. Ro n ald Nev en ­ 
ho v en . 
Party g u ests in clu ded 
Staev 
An n ’s g ran dmo ther. Mrs. Richard 
Po u n d, Mrs. Llo y d Casey . Mrs. 
Do u g las 
Ran ey , Mrs. 
Darrell 
Hu rdle, 
Miss 
Shari 
Jaco bso n , 
Mrs. L. L. Behren s, Mrs. Do n ald 
McMo rris, Mrs. Dav id 
Jaco bs. 
Mrs. Larry Stev en s, Mrs. W. H. 
Bray , Mrs. Ken n eth Du n can , Mrs. 
Richard Miller, Mrs. Jerry Wal­ 
lace, 
Mrs. 
Ru ssell 
Ho ern eeke, 
Mrs. Victo r Pau ss, Mrs. Jerry 
Mey er, Miss Do n n a To n ey . Mrs. 
Charles Greatho u se, Mrs. William 
Webster, 
Mrs. 
Mahlo n 
Sweet, 
Mrs. Warren Reckmey er. Mrs. 
Melv in Bu rkhalter, Miss Christin e 
Wo rley an d Mrs. J. R. Wo rley . 
Gifts were also sen t to the sho w­ 
er by Mrs. Jo el White, Miss Mar- 
tren e Jen n in g s. Mrs. Larry Mc­ 
Kee. Mrs. Jerry Alliso n , Mrs. 
Fran k Flo ski, Mrs. Fay Jen n in g s 
an d Mrs. Ray Hu skin s. 


Potts-Anderson Weddi 
ng 


a weddin g trip to the Ozarks in 
Misso u ri an d New Orlean s, La., 
Fo llo win g his g radu atio n fro m 
Dix o n Hig h Scho o l, Mr. Slag le 


Soci 
al 
Cal 
endar 
To n ig ht 
Rebekah Lo dg e staff rehears­ 
al, I OOF Hall, 7 p .m. 
Thu rsday 
Wo men ’s 
Go lf 
Asso ciatio n , 
Plu m Ho llo w Clu b, 1:3 0 p .m. 


A white lin en weddin g g o wn t 
was wo rn by Miss Martha An n 
Po tts, dau g hter o f Mrs. W. Tay ­ 
lo r Carter an d Ro bert L. Po tts, 
when she became the bride o f 
Tho mas Lee An derso n , so n o f 
the L. O. An derso n s, Au g . 
19 in 
St. Pau l’s Lu theran Chu rch. 
Satin bo ws were attached to 
the san ctu ary p ews, an d bo u ­ 


q u e t s o f white g ladio li trimmed 
the altar where v o ws were sp o ­ 
ken by the co u p le as the Rev . 
Ju dso n So derg ren , assistan t p as­ 
to r o f the chu rch, o fficiated. 


Nu p tial mu sic fo r the 2 p m 
do u ble-rin g ceremo n y in clu ded 
the v o cal selectio n s. "Weddin g 
P ray er" an d "The Lo rd’s Pray ­ 
er" by Ro bert Fu lmer Jr., who 
was acco mp an ied by Crawfo rd 
Tho mas, o rg an ist. 
The bride was g iv en in m ar­ 
riag e by her u n cle, Martin A. 
Tay man , an d her sister. Mrs. 
Tho mas J. Beirn e. Ren o . Nev ., 
who serv ed as matro n o f ho n o r, 
was attired in a g o wn o f mo ss 
g reen saki. An o v al n ecklin e an d 
ban ded sho rt sleev es were fea­ 
tu res o f her Emp ress Jo sep hin e 
bo dice, an d her headp iece was 
a matchin g Dio r bo w. 
Iden tically 
sty led 
co stu mes 
were wo rn by the atten dan ts, 
Mrs. 
Jam es 
Kn ig g e, 
DeKalb; 
Miss Gail White, Ro ckfo rd, an d 
Miss Caro le Tay man , an d their 
flo wers were p in k g lamellias. 
The 
bo dice 
o f 
the 
bride’s 
g o wn , trimmed with ban ds o f 
Ven etian lace an d desig n ed with 
an o v al n ecklin e an d three-q u ar­ 
ter len g th sleev es, to p p ed an A- 
lin e skirt featu rin g a detachable 
lace-trimmed 
chap el 
train . 
Three 
tiers 
o f 
silk 
illu sio n 
fo rmed her bridal v eil which fell 
fro m a p lateau o f p earl an d 
cry stal embro idered lace p etals, 
an d she carried a cascade o f 
o u charis lilies, step han o tis an d 
iv y stran ds. 


Embro idered Nile g reen lin en 
fashio n ed the dress wo rn with 
matchin g accesso ries by Mrs. 
Carter, 
an d 
the brideg ro o m ’s 
mo ther cho se a p astel blu e lin en 
an d lace fro ck an d blu e acces­ 
so ries. Their flo wers were sho u l­ 
der co rsag es o f p in k cy mbidiu m 
o rchids. 


Atten din g 
Mr. 
An derso n 
as 
best man was Timo thy Clin e; 
g ro o msmen were Jam es Bu tu rff, 
DeKalb. an d the brideg ro o m’s 
bro thers. Stev en an d Jam es An ­ 
derso n . an d u sherin g was do n e 
by Terry Utz an d Ro bert Sho ­ 
rn a ker. 
The Kn ig hts o f Co lu mbu s Hall 
was the settin g fo r a recep tio n 
fo llo win g the serv ice, when Mrs. 
Fred Jo hn s serv ed as ho stess, 
an d g u ests were reg istered by 
Miss Pam ela Go ddard. A tiered 


MR. A N D MRS. THOMAS 


the 


L. A N D E R S O N 


cake, which cen tered me re 
freshmo n t table, was serv ed by 


Miss Caro ly n Scho tt an d Miss 


An n a 
Merrick as co ffee 
an d 


p u n ch 
were 
p o u red by 
Miss 


Becky Childers. Miss Ro n n ie Al­ 
len an d Mrs. Fritz Harms, an d 
p residin g at the g ift table was 
Miss Mary Slo tho wer. 
Matchin g accesso ries co mp le­ 
men ted the en semble o f fo rest 
g reen an d beig e lin en wo rn by 
the bride fo r the co u p le’s wed­ 
din g trip to Wisco n sin an d Min ­ 
n eso ta. She is a recen t g radu ­ 
ate o f the Scho o l o f Nu rsin g at 
Ro ckfo rd 
Memo rial 
Ho sp ital 
where she will be emp lo y ed as 
a reg istered 
n u rse, 
an d 
they 
j 
; will reside at 2 108 Au bu rn St., 
Ro ckfo rd. 
Mr. An derso n , who was fo r­ 
merly en ro lled at the Un iv ersity 
o f Illin o is, Urban a. p lan s to co m­ 
p lete his stu dies at Ro ckfo rd 
Co lleg e. 
Gu ests atten din g their wed­ 
din g an d recep tio n were fro m 
cities in Illin o is, Io wa, Wisco n ­ 
sin , Nev ada, Min n eso ta, In dian a 
an d New Jersey . 


Miss Bowers 
Is Honored at 
Bridal Shower 


POLO — Miss Sara Ro o k, Miss 
Do ris Ty p er, Miss Chery l 
Kan e 
ami 
Miss 
Pau la 
Sco tt 
en ter-' 
tamed 
g u ests 
at 
a 
Thu rsday j 
n ig ht p erso n al sho wer in the 
Bo o k ho me ho n o rin g 
Miss Nan ­ 
cy Bo wers, bride-elect o f Jerry 
Go rzn y . 
Miss Sco tt p resided at the re­ 
freshmen t table, which lield a 
g reen 
flo ral 
cen terp iece 
an d 
lig hted tap ers, an d g u ests in - 


Smith Family 
Annua! Reunion 


The fo u rth an n u al Smith family 
reu n io n held 
Su n day 
in 
Gen z 
Park, Nelso n , was atten ded by 5$ 
relativ es an d 
frien ds, 
ami 
in ­ 
clu ded a 12 :30 p .m p icn ic din n er 
I when the in v o catio n was g iv en 
by Karl Gen z. 


Ro y Sco u ts Michael Gen z an d 
Kev in Go dshall co n du cted a flag 
ceremo n y 
which 
in clu ded 
the 
p ledg e o f alleg ian ce to the Amer­ 
ican flag , ami a memo rial serv ­ 
ice was co n du cted fo r deceased 
family members. 


Aftern o o n g a mes fo r chiklren 
atten din g were directed by 
Susa n 
Gen z ami Gale Ca ssens. ami p rize 
win n ers in additio n al g ames were 
Mary Jo Demp sey , Ly le Bn g o tt, 
Karl Genz. Michael Gen z, Su san 
Gen z. Jean Ro g o tt. Glen Gen z, 
Jo sep hin e 
McDo n ald. E v e l y n 
Rro ckman . Marjo rie Gen z. Oliv ia 
Gen z. Sally Bo g o tt Kathv Sn itch- 
ler ami Walter Rro ckman . 


Earl Gen z an d Llo y d Geig er, 
co -p residen ts, co n du cted a 
bus­ 
iness meetin g when n ew o ffic­ 
ers 
elected were Lero y Gen z. 
p residen t; 
Glo ria 
Bu sche. 
\*-p 
p residen t, ami Gertru de An der­ 
so n . 
secretary 
ami 
treasu rer. 
Plan s were also made to ha\p 
the 19fi8 reu n io n o n the third 
Su n day in \u g u st in Gen z Park 
Prizes wo re wo n by the Ly le 
Bo g o tt 
family 
ami 
Catherin e 
Sehreiber, an d additio n al relativ es 
atten din g fro m 
Dix o n . 
Nelso n , 
Ro ck F alls . Sterlin g . Hamp shire, 
Alg o n q u in . Elg in an d Ro ckfo rd in - 
'•lu ded the 
Llo y d Geig er family , 
the Lero y Gen z family . Gale Cas­ 
sen s. My rtle Ru p iwrt. the Edwin 
Bu ske family , the Walter Bro ck­ 
man s. Mary Jo Demp sey , Haro ld 
Geig er, Gertru de 
\n derso n , the 
Claren ce McDo n alds, the James 
Bro ckman s. Mr. ami Mrs. Max 
Gen z, Helen Smith, ami the fam- 
s dies o f 
Walter 
Smith. 
Ro bert 
Smtehler, Earl Gen z an d Glen 
Gen z. 


Club Luncheon 


The seaso n 's first meetin g fo f 
the Past Matro n s Clu b o f Do r­ 
o thy Chap ter, OKS. is p l a n n e d 
fo r Satu rday at Emerald Hill 
Co u n try Clu b, an d will in clu de 
elu ded Miss An ita Kn ebel, Miss a 12 :3 0 p .m. lu n cheo n . 
Su san 
Hedrick, 
Miss 
Jo y len e 
Sco tt, Miss San dra White, Miss 
Jo len e Go rzn y , Miss Kathy Mer* 
than . Miss Elain e Geary , Mrs. 
Bo n n ie Chriss 
ami 
Mrs. Shery l 
Ho p kin s. 


Reserv atio n s 
an d 
arran g e­ 
men ts fo r tran sp o rtatio n are to 
la* made with a member o f the 
ho stess co mmittee, Mrs 
Yern 
Ten n an t, Mrs. William Nettz o r 
Mrs. Hay Kru g . 


A A 
A A 
A 
-A 


I PLAN NOW TO ATTEND DIXON'S 
% 
SIXTH ANNUAL 
ART FAIR & FLOWER SHOW 


SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 3rd 


1:00 P.M. TILL 9:00 P.M. 


NO A OMISSION CHARGE 
COOK’ S 


202 NORTH CT. 


ISept. 1 Oth in Case of Inclement Weatherl 


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'Y o u c a r it 
j u d g e a 
d ia m o n d ’s 
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c k i n 
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Yo u need « x pert 
an d frien dly g u idan ce 
when cho o sing y o ur 
diamo n d. We 
a re Reg istered Jewelers, Am erica n G em 
S o ciety. This adds to y o u r co n fiden ce. 
Yo u kn o w that o u r 
adv ice is backed by y ears 
o f ex perience, a nd 
bu sin ess in teg rity . 


Ho ur« : 
8 -5 :3 0 Da lly 
8 -9 p.m. Fri. 
Clo sed Thurs. 
Afterno o ns 
2 01 FIRST ST. 
Pho ne 2 8 4 -2 715 
Dix o n, III. 


• 
AFTER A 
BAREFOOT 
SUMMER, 
THEY’ LL HATE 
WEARING SHOES! 


We do n’t hla me them. There 
is no thing like g o ing ba re­ 
fo o t. If y o ur do cto r ha sn’t a l­ 
rea dy to ld y o u tha t, we will. 
Erzing er’s ca n a ffo rd to sa y 
this beca use 
we 
ha v e 
the 
liev t best thing to ha refeet: 
La zy Bo nes sho es—the child­ 
rens’ 
sho es 
with 
ba refo o t 
freedo m. When the ca refree 
sho eless 
sum m er 
is 
o v er, 
y o ur child isn’t g o ing to lo v e 
slipping into a ny sho es. But 
he 
will 
find 
La zy 
Bo nes 
no ticea bly mo re co mfo rta ble 
tha n 
o ther 
sho es. 
Lig hter. 
So fter. .Mo re flex ible. Mo re 
like 
g o ing 
ba refo o t. 
la z y 
Bo nes feel tha t wa y beca use 
they 
a re 
ma de 
o f 
prime 
lea thers 
fo r 
wea r 
witho ut 
weig ht. At Lr/.ing er’s we ta ke 
ex tra ca re to ma ke certa in 
tha t ev ery child is fitted a s 
perfectly a s it ca n be do ne, 
beca use y o ur child’s feet a re 
the fo unda tio n o f his future 
y ea rs a nd a n impro perly fit­ 
ted sho e ca n ca use serio us 
pro blems. 
AH 
thro ug h 
the 
child’s v ita l g ro wing y ea rs. 
Erzing er’s 
ex tra 
ea re 
a nd 
the specia l La zy Bo nes ba re­ 
fo o t freedo m 
helps pro tect 
him a g a inst the tro ubles tha t 
g iv e pro blem feet to 8 o ut o f 
10 a dults. 


St» this fa ll sea so n, send y o ur 
y o ung sters ba ck to scho o l in 
so ft, 
lig ht, 
flex ible 
La zy 
Bo nes fro m Erzing er’s. Yo ur 
child will ha rdly no tice tha t 
summ er is o v er. 


OPEN ALL DAY 
THURS. 9 AM to 5 PM 
HOSI€ IVV-SHOES-P,UBB6RS 
D I X O N , 
I L L I N O I 8 


OPEN FRI. 9 AM to 9 PM 
SAT. 9 AM to 5 PM 


A s A d vertised in S even teen 
. 


little 
leather 
s winger s ! 


fall fiinfivrs: 


These riho uhler-rbo w-o fft ma ke the scene o n ra mpo e 
o r o ff. 
Swing with 'em a nd g o , g o . g o ! Fro m o ur Co llectio n o f Littki 
Lea ther Swing er« « in Seio n g ra ined lea ther hig hlig hting bla ck, 
espresso a nd ev ery *ha <|e o f bro wn, fo rest g reen, red, g o ld ebrii 
a nd ntiv y . Fro m $ 
3.75 
% 


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DIXON EVENING TELEGRAPH 
Wed nesd ay , Au gu st 30, 1067 
Page 7 
DIXON EVENING TELEGRAPH 
Wed nesd ay , Au gu st 30, 1067 


Dawn Dew Fresh Fruits And Vegetables 


Deliciou s-Refresh in g Californ ia 
WHITE SEEDLESS 


Lb. 


Crisp Te nde r 
Iceberg Lettuce 


Cr unc hy Michigan 
Celery. • ....... 


Plu mp Ju icy 
Blueberries • . 


Mellow Green Fresh Melons 
Honey Dews 
u. 


A Prime Delicacy 


Hd. 


Stalk 


Pint 
Box 


IGE. 
Nectarines. • • SIZE 
lb. 


1 9 ' 


2 5' 


3 9 ' 


59 ' 


3 3 ' 


Tropi Cal-Lo 
Tropi Cal lo 
• 
I 
O 
Haîf Q 
O 
Orange Drink JL 
0 7 


U.S. #1 "A" SIZE 
North ern Grown 


Del farm .. . Famous For Fine 


GOVT. INSPECTED 


8-14 Lb. 
Average 
Parts 
Missing 


HARTWIGS Bonelets 


ARMOUR'S STAR 
Turkey Roasts 


4 lb. 
Avg. Lb. 88 


Canned Ham 
Potatoes 
3-lb. 
Can$ 2 59 


GOVT. INSPECTED CHICKEN PARTS 
BREASTS 
LEGS 
WINGS 


53 * 
* 49 * 
ib 2 7 * 
lb. 
QUALITY CONTROLLED 


Corn King 
CANNED HAM 
S 


Armou r's Star 


DEL FARM HAS THE LARGEST-FRESHEST VARIETY IN TOWNI 


$41* 


Armou r's Star 
£ 
EMF C O 
CANNED HAM 
S ’ * 7 59 


Mickelberry 's OLD FARM 
SLICED BACON 
59 * 


Sliced Beef. 4 SS*1" 
Corn Dogs . 6 A 
7 8 ' 


Top Taste 
jr 
Sea Breeze TAILS REMOVED 
O Q 
Sliced Bologna Vi!,: 6 9 
Breaded Shrimp cS; I 


Ru perts Fancy 
Fish Fillets C 3 9 c 


Top Toils AH Moat 
EBB gmv 
Wieners • • »«: 57 
GROUHD 3 1 b. 
Pkg*. . i i 
Or More U3*43 


Gov t. Inspected 
FRYING 
CHICKENS 
c 
Wh ole 
Lb. 2 9 


Plus Del Farms Every Day Low-Low Meat Prices! 
Picnic Sty le 
PORK 
ROAST 
3 9 ' 


Top Taste 
BRAUNS- 
CHWEIGER 
49 ' 


Top Taste 
ALL MEAT 
BOLOGNA 


Piece 
lb 


Piece 


lb. 55 


Fu lly Cooked 
SMOKED 
PICNICS 
49 ' 
Lb. 
Lb. 


lean, Meaty 
SPARE 
RIBS 
55' 
lb. 


Rou nd or Brisket 
CORNED 
BEEF 
7 9 ' 


SPECIAL BUY! 
ALL MEAT 
WIENERS 
3 9 
Lb. 
WHILE SUPPLY I.AST8 


Center Cu t 
PORK 
CHOPS 
. 8 9 ' 


Wise. 
COLBY 
CHEESE 
68e 
Lb. 
GET WEEK IN - WEEKOUT EV ERYDAY LOW PRICES AT DEL FARM... NOT JUST WEEKEND SPECIALS! 


Top Taste Stu ffed 
Manzanilla Olives 


Ma Brown PLAIN OR KOSHER 
Dill Pickles.......... 


Orch ard Fresh 
10-oz. 
Jar 


32 -o z. 
Jar 


7 9 e Fruit Cocktail 


- ^ 
Bonnie 13 EGG RECIPE 
43 c Angel Food Cake 


TOP TASTE 
WHITE BREAD . 2 


Open Pit 
Barbecue Sauce............ 


French CREAM STYLE 
Mustard......................... 


So Fresh 
Salad Dressing.............. 


TOP TREAT 


2 8 -oz. 
Btle. 


9 -oz. 
Jar 


3 2 -oz. 
Jar 


Orch ard Fresh 
Mi 0 m 
w rc n ara rresn 
49 
Bartlett Pears 


■ 
Realemon 
I V 
Lemon Juice 


Hi-C 
3 V 
Orange Drink................ 


Jack Rabbit 


ICE CREAM 


Top Taste CR EAMY OR CR UNCHY 
— _ 
Peanut Butter................ 
Jar 4 5 


Mu sselmans 
Applesauce........................................................... 
“ 
or1* 2 8 


DAIRY DELIGHTS 


G rad e "A" Medium 
So F re sh Eggs», 33 


•AMERICAN 
Bord ens 
«p im e n t o 
Lu cky Wh ip 
CHEESE 
DESSERT 
SLICES 
TOPPING 


8 -oz. 
• Pkg. 41 
10-oz. 
Can 45 


25c OFF 
FAB 
DETERGENT 


King Size Pkg. 
$ 100 


Libby 's 
Tomato Juico • • • • • ##• • • • 


Joan of Arc 
Kidney Beans................ 


F R OZE N F A V OR ITE S 
Orch ard Fresh , "THE REAL THING" 
Orange Juice2£ 29 


Ore Id a 
Sara Lee 
KRINKLE CUT 
¿ "U ftfO L ATS 
POTATOES C 


IV*-lb. 
Pkg. 31 


Gard en Fresh Wh ole Kernel or Cream Sty le 
Golden Corn. . . . 


Hu nts 
Tomato Sauce. #. 


1 6 ' 
20' 


Corned Beef Hash 
41 ' 


DELICIOUS 


Tend erleaf 
3 03 
Can 


3 00 
Coe 


Tea Bags...,V.“. X 
5I e 


Top Treat Canned 
12 . 
Beverages . » « e I 0 Com . . 


. 
2 0-lb. 
Charcoal......................9 9 


Hersh ey 
Milk Chocolate • • . • 
Gloat 2 9 c 


So Fresh 
Saitines...................w* 21* 


Reg. VARIOUS HAVORS 
_ Ä 
ä 
ä 
Kool A id 
1 0 & 3 9 * 
HILLSIDE BUTTER 
Mb. 
G G G G G G 
G 
G Print69 C 


2-tb. 
e • e 
Bag 


Pork & Beans. . . 5 “ *1* 


2 7 ' 
T t 
2 1e 


Magic Finish 
Spray Starch . . . . . c-i 59 


Clorox 
• mm e e m 
Bleach 
............. 53 


Sta Pu l 
j r / a - 
Fabric Softener.. 
. 
S2 69 * 


Navy Pea Beans 


Top Treat 
^ 
Gelatins 
.................................... 
Pkg. 


Campfire WHITE 
Marshmallows 


SNOW CROP 
LEMONADE3 2 9 ' 


Mb. 
Pkg. 


Liqu id 
^ 
p p _ 
m i« 
Joy Detergent 
.r 55* 
Tampons 


Vets Nu ggets 
Dog Food 


Wh ite Clou d 
Bathroom Tissue 


Ch arm« n 
Bathroom Tissue 


Kotex 


10-lb. 
Beg 


Drip or Regu lar 
Natco Coffee... 


$ | 43 


2 
Roi» O T F c 
Pkg- JLÍ 


4 Ä 41 ' 


45' 
10<f. 
e O 
Pkg. 


2 -lb. 
• a 
Can 


General Mills 
_ 
iimnmrea 
■■r ■ - 
Cheerios............... TO»r 3 3 
Tide Detergent• ... 7? 7 5 


Kellogg's 
. 
a 
m m m 
Kleenex ASSTD. 
Rice Krispies 
3 7 
Jumbo Towels.• • 2 £ £ 57 


Post 
m 
jm 
Heav y Du ty 
Krinkles Cereal... 
3 4 
Reynolds Wrap . • . ** 59 


liqu id 
Bond ware 9 " WHITE 
Si mi lac.................'to 2 3 * 
Paper Plates........... C 7 9 * 


Intensified 


Family Size CREST 
Tooth Paste....... 


Broma 
Bromo Seltzer • . 


Ad v ertised Price 
Effectiv e Th rou gh 
Sept. 5 , 19 6 7 


9 -ox . 
Tuba 63 


King T f Q C 
• e Size 
m 
M 


Quantity 
Righ ts 
Re se r ve d 


All Pu rpose 
WÊÊF 
mI 
v nv mj» 
mm 
mm 
Mazóla O il................. '£ £ 3 7 Dog Food............. 6¿» 49 * 
COCA COLA 24 “ 


Ch amp 


CAKE 


1 4m . 
Pkg. 
DEL FARM 


3D STORES 


WHY PAY MORE... WHEN DEL FARM SAVES YOU UP TO 20% ON YOUR FOOD BILL! 
109 EVERETT 
Store Hours: Monday thru Friday 9 to 9 
Saturdays 9 to 6 — Closed Sunday 


Dix on Ev en in g T elegraph 


Page 8 
S eivin g th e Hea it 
o f Ro ck Rivez Va lley fo r Mo re Th a n a Cen tu iy 
W ednesday , August 3 0, 19 6 7 


Ly nda Bird, 
Hamilto n 
Ro mance Ov er 
WASHINGTON (DPI) -L yn- 
da 
Bird 
Johnson 
is 
telling 
friends it's all ov er between her 
and mov ie star George Hamil­ 
ton. 
The 
President's 
23-year-old 
daughter 
and 
the 
handsome 
actor hav e been cooling their 
romance for some time now and 
she is confiding to close friends 
that it is definitely a thing of 
the past. 
Lynda has not seen Hamilton 
since her sojourn in London last 
July. Hamilton’s press agents 
put the word around that she 
would 
be 
showing 
up 
in 
Columbus or Warren, Ohio, to 
catch 
George 
in 
a 
road 
company performance of "The 
Philadelphia Story.” But Lynda 
snubbed the show. 
The lov elight has been fliek er- 
ing low' for a long time. They 
dated 
more 
than 
two years, 


Viet. .. 


(Continued from Page I) 


six k illed at Quang Ngai and 14 
k illed at Tam Ky. 


In addition to the attack s in 
the 1st Corps area. Red mortars 
shelled a camp in the highland 
city of Dalat, and wounded 10 
Americans Tuesday night in a 
barrage on artillery positions 20 
miles northeast of Saigon. 


Ov ershadowed by the intensi­ 
fied 
Communist 
campaign 
in 
the South. American pilots k ept 
up heav y attack s on North Viet­ 
nam 
and 
flew 
151 
missions 
Tuesday. The U.S. Command 
said one Marina A4 Sk yhawk 
was lost and the pilot was miss­ 
ing. Tt was the 664th U.S. com­ 
bat plane reported lost in the 
northern air war. 
Mov ing at 2 a.m. today into 
the capital of Quang Ngai Prov ­ 
ince. some 300 miles abov e Sai­ 
gon, an ev idently large force of 
Communist troops rapidly split 
meeting in Washington, the LB.T UP« hit the prov incial prison and 
ranch. Hollywood. Acapulco and the headquarters of the South 
other places where jet-settersj Vietnamese 2nd Infantry Div i- 
gather. There ev en was talk o f » ion and mortared the Ameri- 
a march to the altar. But 
n o w can adv isory compound, 
all bets are off. 
Although some 400 prisoners 
Lynda Bird has been switch- were retak en by dawn, the dar­ 
ing her attentions to a White mg raid was a shattering blow 
House 
aide: 
Marine 
Capt. 
Charles Robb. 28. of Milwauk ee. 
Lynda 
has 
spent 
sev eral 


in one of the largest cities in the 
north. The missing captiv es in­ 
clude some criminals as well as 
week ends with Robb and other large numbers of Viet Cong sus- 
companions at their cottage at pects, the equiv alent of a full 
Rehobeth Beach. Del. He is in battalian of reinforcements. 
constant 
attendance 
at 
the 
White 
House 
and 
when 
she 
beck oned to him at the state 
dinner in honor of the Shah of 
Iran, he quick ly came to her 
side. 


At the same time Quang Ngai 
was under attack , the Commu­ 
nists hit in Thua Thicn Prov ince 
about 50 miles to the north, 
mortaring a U.S. Marine heli­ 
copter field, a radio station, a 
¥ T 
. 
U.S. Seabee cam p and a South 
Happy Birthday 
Vietnamese 
training 
center. 
To Tem Lynn Richardson. 4. ¡Thirteen helicopters were dam- 


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today. 
aged. 
MARKETS 
Sto cks 
Cash Grain 
CHICAGO (AP)—Wheat No. 2 
hard 1.48%n, No. 2 soft red 1 
The following listed on the New 
York Stock Exchange. This serv - . ... 
M 
„ 
- -• 
ice is prov ided bv the firm of 
^ \ c?.rn 
■ * yellow 1.23% 
Fahnesto ck ftH n 
IViv rm N a tion a l 1 n- oats No* 
2 heav y white 73%- 
Fahnestock & Co., Dixon National 
Bank Building, Dixon, 111. 
At 1 Prev . 
p.m. Close 
Admiral ...........................24 
2314 
Allis Chalmers ........3 8 
35% 
Amn Motors 
..................14 
14% 
Amer Can ..................... 5fi% 57 
Amn Tel & Tel .............51% 50% 
Anaconda C opper 
50% 51 
Atchison 
.........................29 % 29 % 
Armco Steel ..................56% 56% 
Beth Steel ..................... 36% 35% 
Boeing Aircraft 
.............9 6% 9 4% 
Borden 
...........................38% 38% 
Borg Warner 
................ 47% 47% 
Cities Serv ..................... 51% 51 
Chrysler 
.........................49 % 48% 
Columbia Gas .............. 28 
27% 
Comw Edison 
.............. 48% 48% 
Deere & C o ...................58% 59 
DuPont 
.........................155% 155% 
El Paso Nat G a s 
23% 22% 
Ford 
................................ 51% 51% 
Gen Elee ......................108% 107% 
Gen Foods ....................75% 75% 
Gen Motors 
................... 82% 82% 
IBM ..............................495 
491 
Intr Harv ....................... 37% 37% 
Insp Cop 
....................... 37% 38% 
I T & T ........................103% 101% 
.Tones & Lau 
.................65% 65% 
Kaiser Alum ............... -.53% 54% 
Kenn Copper 
................48 
47% 
Mont Ward 
....................23% 23% 
Natl Dist .......................44% 
53% 
N Y Central ................78% 
Radio Corp 
................53% 
Rep Steel .......................48% 
Smclair .......................... 73% 73% 
Sperry-Rand 
..................40% 39 % 
Sears ..............................57 
57 
Std N J .......................... 62% 62% 
Swift 
..............................27% 27% 
U S Rubber ................44% 
44% 
U S Steel .....................47 
46% 
Westinghouse Elee ....68% 67% 
Xerox ............................ 263% 261% 
Zenith 
............................63% 63% 
Bid Ask ed 
No Illinois Gas 
............ 34% 34% 
Tampax 
....................... 151 
153 
Western Pwr & Gas ...37 
37% 
Frantz Mfg ...................14% 15% 
Strategic Mat ..............43 
50 
Prev . 
4th Hour Dow-Jones Av . 
(lose 
Industrials ....89 5,17 up .41 89 4.76 
Rails .............259 .56 up 1.03 258.53 
Utilities ......... 129 .9 5 up 22 129 .73 
Vol. (4 hrs.) 5.370.000 
6,350.000 


%n; soybeans No. 1 yellow 2.- 
88% n. 
Soybean oil 9 .60n. 
Chicago Pro duce 
CHICAGO (AP) — Mercantile 
Exchange—Butter 93 score AA 
66%: 92 A 66%; 9 0 B 65%; 89 
C 59 %; cars 9 0 B 89 C 60%. 
Eggs 
grade 
A 
whites 
30; 
mixed large 29 %; mediums 24; 
standards 25. 


Interio r Ho g Market 
SPRINGFIELD. 111. (AP) — 
Interior 
Illinois 
hog 
prices 
(State - Federal): 
receipts 13,- 
000; 1-2 200-230 lb barrows and 
gilts 18.75-19 .50; few closely sort­ 
ed Is 19 .75-85; few Is 19 .75-85; 
1-3 230-250 lbs 18.25-19 25. 
Sows 
1-2 
275-325 
lbs 
17.50- 
18.50; 1-3 300-400 lbs 16.50-17.50; 
2-3 400-500 lbs 15.75-16.75. 


77% 
52% 
48% 


Ro chelle Market 


Chicago Liv esto ck 
CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA — 
Hogs 4.000; barrows and gilts 
steady with Tuesday’s av erage; 
U.S. Is 60 head 210 lbs 20.75; 1- 
2 200-240 lbs 20.00-25; 1-3 19 5-250 
lbs 29 .50-20.00; 
2-3 240-270 lbs 
19 .25-75; 
1-3 325-350 lbs sows 
18.00-50; 
1-3 350-400 lbs 
17.50- 
18.00; 1-3 400-450 lbs 17 25-75; 2- 
3 450500 lbs 16.50-17 25. 
Cattle 7.000; slaughter steers 
strong to 25 higher; prime 1.150- 
1,400 lb slaughter steers yield 
grade 3 and 4 28.50-29 .50; 'high 
choice and prime 1.150-1.400 lbs 
28.25-75: 
choice 1.100-1.350 lbs 
yield grade 2 to 4 26.75-28.25; 
mixed good and choice 25.75- 
27.00; 
good 
24.75-25.75; 
high 
choice and prime 9 50-1.025 lb 
heifers 26 50-27.35; choice 850-1.- 
000 lbs 25.50-26.50; mixed good 
and choice 
800-9 00 
lbs 
24 50- 
25.50; 
good 23.50-24.75; 
utility 
and 
commercial 
cows 
16.25- 
18.00. 
Sheep 400; 
spring slaughter 
lambs steady; choice and prime 
85-110 lbs spring lambs 24.00- 
25.00; 
choice 80-100 lbs 23.00- 
24.00; cull to good shorn slaugh­ 
ter ewes 4.00-7.50. 


(Continued from Page 1) 


a rent schedule of $250 per 
month. 
Informal 
agreements 
were 
that the family would reply in 
a few- days to the suggested 
short-term lease extension. 
The city feels negotiations con­ 
cerning the Beanblossom proper­ 
ty ought to be considered only 
after proposals hav e been re­ 
ceiv ed from the Sinow family. 
The city hopes to encourage the 
owners of the west half of the 
lot to submit proposals now al­ 
though the lease does not expire 
until March 31, 1968, the city 
hopes any new agreements con­ 
cerning the properties can carry 
the same dates. 
City commissioners replied v ar­ 
iously to remark s of the Bean­ 
blossom 
spok esman. 
Their re­ 
mark s. howev er, disclosed a dif­ 
ferent circumstance regarding the 
acquisition of each of fiv e off- 
street lots purchased since 1948. 
There was a span of 12 years 
between the time the first and 
second lots were purchased by 
the city. 
The first was the lot across 
from City Hall. The second was 
the small lot off Ottawa Av enue 
between First and Second Streets. 
Commissioners recalled the sec­ 
ond lot was purchased and long­ 
time meters were installed on it 
in hopes of luring "meter-feed- 
ers” off the street and into the 
lot. 
The lot off Second Street be­ 
tween Galena and Ottawa Av e­ 
nues was purchased because it 
was av ailable and near the down­ 
town area. 
The large lot southwest from 
the intersection of Second Street 
and Hennepin Av e., was bought 
with the k nowledge the Public 
Library Board would tak e part 
of the lot for expansion of its 
building. 
The lease-purchase agreements 
for the lot were entered into in 
I9 60. The library board about 
three years ago took ov er one- 
third of the lot and has been 
collecting 
rent 
from 
the 
city 
since then. 
The library will hold a refer­ 
endum on Nov . 7 to seek funds 
to extend the library building on­ 
to library-owned portion of the 
lot. 
The last lot acquired was off 
First Street 
between 
Highland 
and Peoria Av enues, and coun- 
eilmen said was purchased be­ 
cause of a need for more park ­ 
ing due to street park ing lot in 
rebuilding First Streets and the 
Second Street and Galena Av e. 
intersection. This lot was also 
acquired, 
councilmen 
said, 
in 
hopes it would bolster the com­ 
mercial strength of the western 
central business district. 
R. H. N. 


— AP W Irephoto 
Knee Actio n Against Rule 
Bruce No ttingham, 2 3 , o f Grand Rapids, Mich., will 
hav e his day in co urt. Bruce was ticketed fo r wear­ 
ing his mo to rcy cle crash helmet o n his knee, rather 
than his head. Bruce co ntends Michigan law do esn’t 
say where the helm et is to be wo rn, o nly that o ne 
must be wo rn. After being ticketed, No ttingham said 
he put the helmet o n his head and “ a few ho urs later 
I go t into an accident and hurt my knee.” 
r 
Dea ths a nd Funera ls 


Weather 
DIXON TEMPERATURES 
Official high Tuesday, 82; low 
today, 57; 12:30 p.m., 64. 
Unofficial readings ov er past 24 
hours at 4-hour interv als ending 
noon today: 
Noon 
..........70 Midnight ..68 
4 p.m. .....7 9 4 a.m 
67 
8 p.ill 
74 8 a.m 
60 
Noon 
..........66 
FIVE-DAY FORECAST 
Northern Illinois — Tempera­ 
tures Thursday through Monday 
are expected to av erage 8 to 1ft 
degrees below normal. Normal 
highs 76 to 83. Normal lows 56 
to 62. Cool until some warming 
ov er the week end. Precipitation 
expected to total less than one 
quarter inch writh chance of some 
showers about Sunday or Monday. 


KSB Ho spital 


Admitted: Miss Crystal Price, 
Master Dav id Wolf, 
Don Castle, 
Miss 
A n n a 
Lehman, 
Lincoln 
Smith. Dixon; Edmond Cashman, 
Mrs. Frances Vock , Polo; Mrs. 
Holen 
Kr« « . 
Nelson: 
W 
i l l i a m 
» I m aterials, labor and added 
Schrader, 
Walnut; 
Mrs. 
MariaI equipment for safety left manu- 


Stev enson, Ohio. 


Chry sler Ex ec 
Say s *68 An to 
Prices To Jump 


CHICAGO 
(AP) 
- 
Lynn 
Townsend, chairm an and chief 
executiv e of Chrysler Corp.. said 
today that 1968 model automo­ 
bile prices will be higher regard­ 
less of the outcome of negotia­ 
tions between autom ak ers and 
the United Auto Work ers. 
Townsend spok e to newsmen 
at the national news prev iew of 
Chrysler products for the 19 68 
season. He said the rise in costs 


Fire CaUs 


Dixon 
firemen 
were 
called 
Tuesday to the Dixon Oil Com­ 
pany to extinguish a fire in a 
car engine which started when 
gasoline leak ed from the gas 
line onto wiring. 
The car is owned by Jam es 
Nelson, 1021 Palm yra Av e., fire­ 
men said. Damage was confined 
to the engine’s wiring in the 1961 
model automobile. 


Gram Range 
CHICAGO 
(UP1) 
- 
Gram 
HOG MARKET - Top $20.00 : range: 
180-200 lbs......................$18.00-19 75 


Freepo rt Man 
Ticketed After 
2 -Car Crash 


Mrs. LeRo y Dales 


ROCHELLE — Mrs. 
LeRoy 
Dales, 71, 720 Lincoln Highway, 
died Tuesday ev ening in Ro­ 
chelle 
Community 
Hospital, 
where she had been a patient 
for nine days. 


She was born Nov . 14, 189 5, 
near Flagg Center, the daughter I 
of Douglas and Cora Orner Wor­ 
thington. 
She 
m arried 
LeRoy | 
Dales, Oct. 12, 1921, at Wood- 
stock . 


She liv ed in the Rochelle area 
all of her life and was a mem­ 
ber of the Rochelle Methodist 
Church, WSCS, Women’s Relief 
Corps, Flagg Station Grange, 
State and National Grange, Sen­ 
ior Citizens Club and the Re­ 
becca Club. 
She was preceded in death by 
a sister. 
Surv iv ors 
include 
her 
hus­ 
band. two sons, Duane, Madi­ 
son. Wis., and Donald, Chana; a 
daughter, Mrs. Howard (Phyllis) 
Gunderson, Kalamazoo, Mich.; 
three brothers. Fred, Pecaton- 
ica; William, Prophetstown, and 
Harry, Chana, and three sis­ 
ters, Miss Grace Worthington, 
Mrs. Elv v ood (M ary) Burk iand, 
and Miss Olga Worthington, all 
of Chicago. 
Serv ices will be held Friday 
at 1:30 p.m. in the Unger Fu­ 
neral Home, with the Rev . Com 
odore Chasteen. pastor of the 
Rochelle Methodist Church, of 
ficiating. 
Burial 
will 
be 
in 
Lawnndge Cemetery. 
Friends may call in the fu­ 
neral home Thursday ev ening. 


Harley J. Shaw 


POLO — Serv ices for Harley 
J. (Bill) Shaw, 45, 206 S. Ma­ 
ple, who died Tuesday in St. 
Anthony’s 
Hospital, 
Rock ford, 
will be held Friday at 2 p.m. in 
the Methodist Church with the 
Rev . Robert Holmes officiating. 
Grav eside Masonic serv ices will 
be hold at Fairmount Cemetery- 


Discharged: 
Bernard 
Moore, 
Miss 
Ruth 
Haas, 
Miss 
Diane 
Needham, Mrs. Marilyn Fetterer, 
Mrs. Anna Poe, Harold Shaeffer, 
Miss Crystal Price, Dixon; Mrs. 
Eldoris White, Walnut. 


Licensed To Wed 


County Clerk John Stouffer has 
issued the following marriage li­ 
cense: 
William L. Burk e. Rt. 1, Frank ­ 
lin Grov e, and Patricia A. Sher- 
rard, Amboy. 


Sto kley in Hano i 


La d d Receives 
Pa ct fo r Street 
Bla ck to p p ing 
AMBOY — Ladd Construction 
Co., Ladd, was awarded the con­ 
tract 
for 
blaek topping 
South 
Dav is Av enue and plans to begin 
work on the project on Thursday. 
The Ladd bid was the only one 
receiv ed at the public opening 
hold here in the City Hall Monday 
afternoon. 
Alderman Stacy Flaherty, chair- 
He was born Oct. 11, 
1921 a t , 
Bradford, the son of Clarence | man of the street and alley com* 
and Minnie Johnson Shaw. He mittce announced that the let- 
married Alma Cohrs at 
I ow a . l ^ n g of the contiact foi lesuifac- 
He was a member of the Polo; ,r>K 
some ^40 feet on Dav is 
Methodist Church, IOOF Lodge. 
Pleasant Street north to a 
Tebala Shrine. Rock ford; 
Scot- P°int near Prov ost Street at a 
tish Rites, Freeport, and the cost of $1.764 had been approv ed. 
Mystic Tie Masonic Lodge. 


Wesley Roads, 49 , Freeport, 
was tick eted for a stop sign 
v iolation today after an accident 
on Galena Av e. and Sev enth St. 
Dixon 
Police 
said 
Roads’ 
northbound car on Galena failed 
to halt for a stop sign and col­ 
lided with a station wagon turn­ 
ing west onto Sev enth from Ga­ 
lena. 
The other v ehicle was driv en 
by Michael P. McKune, 24, 217 
E. Sixth st. 


200-220 lbs.....................$19 00-20.00 
220-240 lbs......................$18.25-19 .25 
240-270 lbs..................... $17.50-19 .00 
SOW MARKET - 
350/dn 
.......................... $16.25-17.25 
375-500 lbs ..................... $14.50-15.50 
CATLE MARKET - 
Choice Sters 9 00-1100 ..$25,00-27,25 ; Dec 
Choice Sters 1100-1250 .$25.50-27.25 
Good Steers 9 00-1100 ..$23.50-25.25 
Good Steers 1100-1250 .$23.50-25.25 
Standard & Utility— 
All Weights 
............. $21.00-22.00 
All Weights ...............$21.00-22.00 
Choice Heifers 9 00-1050 $24.25-26.00 
Good Heifers 9 00-1050 .$24.25-26.00 
Standard & U tility- 
All Weights ...............$21.00-22.00 
Fat Cows ......................$15.00-17.00 
Canners & Cutters ....$14,00-16 00 
Bulls .............................. $18 00-21.00 
CALVES- 
Prime ...........................$34.00-36.00 
Good & Choice 
$28.00-34.00 
Utility & Standard ....$22.00-28.00 
Lights 
................................$22.00-dn 
LAMB MARKET- 
Choice to P rim e 
$20.00-22.50 
Good to Choice ............$16.50-18.50 
fcw es.................. ................$6 & dn 


Wheat 
Sep 
Dec 
Mar 
May 
Jly 
Corn 
i Sep 


High Low Close Prev . 


144% 143 
143% 142% 
150% 149 % 150% 149 % 
156% 155% 155% 155% 
159 
157% 158% 157% 
157% 156% 157% 156% 


121% 120% 120% 119 % 
118% 117% 117% 117% 
123% 122% 122% 122% 
126% 125% 125% 125% 
128% 127% 128 
127% 


He was preceded in death by 
his father. 
Surv iv ors include his widow; 
two sons, William, Maywood, 
and Richard, serv ing with the 
U.S. Army in Japan; his mother, 
Mrs. Minnie Shaw, Bradford; a 
brother, 
Harold. 
St. 
John, 
Mich.; two sisters, Mrs. Doris 
Howell, Irwin, Pa., and Mrs. 
Bonnie Rice. Melbum, Pa , and 
one grandchild. 
Friends may call in the Mc- 
Nabb Funeral Home Thursday 
from 7 to 9 p.m. 
A memorial has been estab­ 
lished for the heart fund. 


This portion of the street had 
been prev iously black topped but 
had been ripped up during the 
sewer installation and was one 
of the items left 
unfinished by 
the contractor. 
The cost 
of 
rebuilding 
street will lie paid from 
motor fuel tax funds. 


the 
city 


Claim Nasser 
Fo iled Co up; 
15 0 Arrested 


Mar 
May 
Jly 
Oats 
Sep 
Dec 
Mar 
May 
Jly 
Ry e 
Sep 
Dec 
Mar 
May 
Jly 
So y beans 
Sep 
2 8 0 
2 77% 2 77% 2 75 % 
No v 
2 69 % 2 68 
2 68 % 2 67% 
Jan 
2 72 % 2 71% 2 72 
2 70% 
Mar 
2 75 % 2 74 % 2 75 
2 73% 
May 
2 77% 2 76% 2 77% 2 76 
Jly 
2 78 % 2 77% 2 78 
2 76% 


70% 70 
70 
69 % 
69 % 69 % 69 % 69 % 
71% 71% 71% 71% 
72% 72 
72 
71% 
70% 70% 70% 70% 


118% 117 
117% 116% 
122% 121% 121% 121% 
126% 125% 125% 125% 
128% 127% 127% 127% 
127% 127% 127% 127% 


Mo nro e Center 
Teen Ticketed 
After Accident 


LINDENWOOD — Ronald Jue- 
ah, 15, Monroe Center, was a r­ 
rested for driv ing without a v al­ 
id operator’s license and im­ 
proper lane usage, following an 
auto 
accident 
Tuesday 
aft­ 
ernoon. 
The auto was westbound on a 
grav el road about 1% miles east 
of here when the driv er lost con­ 
trol of his auto, which left the 
road and flipped ov er. 
Jueah was admitted to Ro­ 
chelle Community Hospital with 
minor injuries and was released 
early today. Also treated and re­ 
leased was a passenger in his 
auto, Mark Wilder, 12 , also of 
Monroe Center. 
According to police reports es­ 
tim ated dam age to the auto was 
$1,300. 


Mrs. Flo rence 
Fo rdy ce 


Serv ices for Mrs. Florence For­ 
dyce, 77. East Dundee, a former 
Dixon resident, who died Monday 
night 
in St. Joseph s 
Hospital, 
Elgin, will be held Thursday at 
9 a.m. m Jones Funeral Home 
and at 9 :30 a.m. in St. Patrick ’s 
Catholic Church writh the Rev 
William Boland officiating.. Bunal 
will be in Oak wood Cemetery. 
She was born Oct. 19 . 1889 . at 
Dixon, the daughter 
of 
Daniel 
and Catherine Lov Curran. She 
liv ed in Dixon all of her life until 
mov ing to East Dundee about 
three years ago. 
She was preceded in death by 
two brothers. 
Surv iv ors include a daughter, 
Mary, East Dundee; a .sister, Mrs. 
Edward (.-Mice) McBride, Dixon; 
and two brothers, J. W. Curran, 
Dixon and Ray, Hollywood. Calif. 
Friends may call in the funeral 
home after 2 p.m. today where 
the rosary will be recited at 8 
p.m. 


Seav ey Mo eller 


Seav ey Moeller, 84. died Tues­ 
day night in Orchard Glen Nurs­ 
ing Home. 
He was born March 16. 1884, 
at Dixon, the son of Theodore 
and Ellen Seav ey Moeller. He 
was a retired watchmak er, a 
member of St. Paul’s Lutheran 
Church and the Masonic Lodge. 
He is surv iv ed by a sister, 
Miss Caroline Moeller, Chicago. 
Serv ices will be held Thurs­ 
day at 2:30 p.m. in the Allen- 
Buck ley Funeral Home with the 
Rev . Judson Sodergren, assist­ 
ant pastor of St. Paul’s Luther­ 
an Church, officiating. 
Burial 
will be in Oak wood Cemetery. 
Friends may call in the fu­ 
neral home after 7 p.m. today. 


By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 
Reports 
circulated 
in 
Arab 
capitals 
today 
that 
Egypt’s 
President Gamal Abdel Nasser 
had 
foiled 
a 
planned 
coup 
against his gov ernment by a r­ 
resting 
Marshal 
Abdel 
Abdul 
Hak im Amer, his former trust­ 
ed lieutenant, and a large num­ 
ber of senior arm y officers. 
The reports did not appear in 
print 
in 
most 
Arab 
capitals 
where the press is controlled, 
but a Kuwait newspaper carried 
an 
account 
and 
diplomatic 
sources said they had pick ed up 
v arious v ersions of it in Algiers, 
Khartoum, 
Tunis 
and 
other 
Arab points. 
Up to 150 Egyptian generals 
and colonels hav e been reported 
detained. 


U.S. Neg ro 
Sup p o rt fo r 
Red s Pled g ed 


TOKYO (UPI) -U .S . black 
power militant Stok ely Carm i­ 
chael pledged the support of 
American Negroes for Commu­ 
nist 
North 
Vietnam 
in 
the 
Vietnam 
war, 
Hanoi 
Radio 
reported today. 
In a broadcast monitored in 
Tok yo, Hanoi Radio said Carmi­ 
chael gav e his pledge of support 
on behalf of American Negroes 
in a “ recent” meeting in North 
Vietnam with Ton Quang Phiet. 
Phiet 
is 
chairm an 
of 
North 
Vietnam’s Asian-Afriean Solida­ 
rity Committee. 
Carmichael, who earlier this 
month 
attended 
the 
Cuban- 
sponsored Latin American Soli­ 
darity 
Organization 
(OI.AS) 
conference 
in 
Hav ana 
as 
a 
guest of Cuban Prem ier Fidel 
Castro, 
was reported by 
the 
broadcast to be in Hanoi. 
The broadcast said Phiet told 
Carmichael North Vietnam sup­ 
ported 
the 
‘‘v aliant 
struggle 
being waged by black people in 
the 
U.S. 
for 
freedom 
and 
equality.” 
Phiet told Carmichael Hanoi 
offered its "resolute support” 
for 
American 
Negroes, 
the 
broadcast said. 
E arlier Tuesday, Hanoi Radio 
announced for the first time 
Carmichael was in the North 
Vietnamese capital. 
While he was in Hav ana, the 
U.S. 
State 
Department 
an­ 
nounced it would rev ok e Carmi­ 
chael’s passport upon his return 
to America for trav eling to the 
Communist 
Cuban 
capital 
in 
defiance of a ban. 


facturers with no choice other 
than to hik e prices. 
“There 
seems 
to 
be 
little 
doubt 
that 
most 
automobile 
prices will be increased this 
fall,” he said. 
‘‘Ev ery company in our busi­ 
ness has been fighting for many 
years 
against 
the 
increasing 
pressures of material and labor 
costs, without fully recov ering 
these costs through any signifi­ 
cant increases in the prices 
o f 
their products. 
"A company lik e ours has no 
other choice than to mak e some 
increases in its new car prices,” 
Townsend said. 
Chrysler and the other mem* 
bers of the Big Three 
o ffered 
the UAW a pack age 
co ntract 
proposal Tuesday that 
the com« 
panies say would boost 
wage 
benefits alone by 
33 to 51 cent* 
an hour. The Big Three's 
o ffer 
was estim ated unofficially ft* 
a 
5.25 per cent increase ov er 
the 
current prov isions, 
but netthef 
side confirmed this. 
John 
J. Riccardo, a Chry sie* 
v ice president, told the newsmen 
the company is inv esting 
$300 
million 
for 
the 
19 68 
mo dels 
which include newcomers in 
the 
compact and interm ediate tmee. 


Mrs. Mabel 
Wiggingto n 


Mrs. Mabel Wiggingto n. 67. 9 17 
Lo gan Av e., died late this mo rn­ 
ing in KSB Hospital. 
Arrangements are being com­ 
pleted at Presto n Funeral Ho me. 


Und erg o es 
Surg ery in 
New Yo rk City 


Mrs. Roy H. Morton under­ 
went surgery in Lennox Hill 
Hospital, New York City, Tues­ 
day after she sustained a bro­ 
k en hip and a dislocated shoul­ 
der from 
a 
fall 
which 
was 
caused by her being struck by 
a rev olv ing door at the Commo 
dore Hotel where the Mortons 
were staying. 
Morton, recently retired ad­ 
v ertising director of The Tele 
graph, and his wife were sched 
uled to leav e New York today, 
bound for England aboard the 
Queen Elizabeth. 
Their immediate future plans 
are not k nown, except that they 
did cancel their reserv ations for 
to day s sailing. 


Bo ard . . . 


(Continued from Page 1) 


of Rock y Ford Road, be rezoned 
from Ag-1, agricultural, to 1-2, in­ 
dustrial. for use as a junk yard. 
The Stouffers want 
to rezone 
property in Palmyra Township 
about 1% miles west of Dixon, 
just north of U.S. Alt. 30, from 
A-l, agricultural, 
to R-2, single 
family dwelling, for a small sub­ 
div ision. 
The Haenitsch firm is ask ing to 
rezone a tract of land four miles 
south of Dixon on III. 26, from 
Ag-1, agricultural, to 1-2, indus 
trial, to store truck s. 


Driv ers Sho uld 
No t Sto p o n 
Peo ria Av enue 


Dixon Police Chief Earl Kelch- 
ner and Commissioner of Public 
Health and Safety George Lamb, 
today ask ed that motorists letting 
off high school children ‘‘.should 
not stop on Peoria Av enue.” 
"This is creating a traffic prob­ 
lem and causing a great danger 
to the students and to motorists 
who 
might 
cause 
accidents,” 
Kelehner asserted. 
Lamb ask ed that motorists let­ 
ting children off at the school 
either driv e into Page Driv e to 
do so. or pull into the park ing 
lot area at the east side of the 
school on Peoiia Av enue. 


Diplo mats. • 


(Continued from Page 1) 


Tuesday when 25 to 3ft members 
of the Chinese legation, some 
brandishing bats, axes, and the 
Red Book of the ‘‘Thoughts of 
Mao Tse-tung.” charged sight­ 
seers who hav e been gathering 
outside the building since the 
burning of Britain's mission in 
Pek ing last week . 
British police reported 
eight 
Chinese 
and 
three 
po licemen 
went to hospitals with injuries. 
Pek ing Radio claimed three of 
its 
env oys 
were 
‘‘seriously 
wounded from brutal 
beating* 
and more than 1ft 
o thers hav e 
been injured.” 
The brawling, against 
a back­ 
ground 
o f continuing 
Chine*« 
Communist terrorism 
in Brit­ 
ain’s 
crown 
colony 
of 
Ho ng 
Kong, followed by 
a week the in­ 
v asion of the British 
chancery 
in Pek ing by Red Guards who 
set it aflame, then heat up lega­ 
tion staff members. 
Pek ing's new restriction* af­ 
fect 54 Rritons, including wiv es 
and children. They liv e in 
a 
compound 
o f apartm ents abo ut 
4ftft 
yards 
from 
the 
fire- 
damaged legation 
headquarters. 
Informed sources in 
Lo ndo n 
suggested 
three 
possible Chi­ 
nese motiv es were behind th* 
fighting Tuesday; 
To fo rce a 
rupture of diplomatic relations, 
to prov ide an ex cuse for nen 
v iolence against Britons in Chi 
na, or to furnish 
pro paganda fa 
use against Britain. 


Card o f Thanks 
We wish to express our sincere 
thank s to our many friends and 
relativ es who made our 50th Wed­ 
ding Anniv ersary such a wonder­ 
ful success and also those who 
remembered us 
with 
beautiful 
floral arrangements, cards and 
other gifts. 
A special thank s to 
the women of Central Christian 
Church and to Mr. Ted Rhodes 
and Rev . Fraley. Your thoughtful­ 
ness will always be remembered. 
Mr. & Mrs. Fred O’Hara 


Fine Fo ur fo r 
Curfew Vio latio n 


Four of 10 youths arrested 
shortly after midnight Saturday 
for curfew v iolation appeared in 
M agistrate 
Court 
Tuesday, 
pleaded guilty and were fined 
$10 plus $20 costs each. 
Fined by M agistrate Morey 
Pires were: Chris Ames, 310 N. 
Jefferson Av e.; Lucy B. Shaw, 
Grand Detour; Teresa Cecchet 
ti, 203 Grant Av e., and Kenneth 
C. Harmon, 402 Hennepin 
Av e. 
The three girls were arrested 
at the A1 and Leda pizzeria on 
Palm yra Av enue while waiting 
for an order to 
be filled. Har­ 
mo n and six other youths, 
who 
hav e not yet appeared in court, 
were arrested at Angie’s piz­ 
zeria in Dementlo wn. 


Two Cha rg d 
In Cemetery 
Va nd a lism 
Two Amboy youths hav e been 
charged with criminal damage 
to 
property in connection with 
v an­ 
dalism at the Ringhamplon Ceme­ 
tery on Aug. 4, in which sev eral 
grav estones were ov erturned. 
Court appearance dates hav e 
been set for Sept. 
7, for Dav id 
Thomas, 17, 135 S. Prospect 
St., 
Amboy, and a 15-year-old Amboy 
youth. 
Complaints 
against 
the 
pair 
were signed by deputy sheriff 
Earl Sensenig. 
Oil. . . 


(Continued from 
Page 1) 
ended his feud with 
Nasser in 
May, shortly before the 
June 
Arab-Israeli war. 
The question of nationalizing 
foreign 
oil 
companies 
was 
discussed 
during 
the 
recent 
meeting o f the Arab fo reign 
ministers along with 
an Iraqi 
pro po sal fo r a to tal three-mo nth 
embargo o n o il shipments. But 
o bjectio ns were v o iced by Saudi 
Arabia and Libya who 
warned 
such actions 
wo uld hurt Arab 
interests. 


Pa ge 9 
DIXON EVENING TELEGRAPH 
| \ . u - Tlirrn-Ypa r 
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
Wed n esd ay . Au g u st 30, 1%7 !1>eU 
1 ,ir P e 1 P 3r 
(loutra ct OK’d 
114th Ogle 
County Fa ir 
Opens Frida y 


For Milkmen 


CHICAGO (C PI) — It looted 
a s 
though 
the 
milkm a n 
wa s 
here 
to 
sta y toda y a fter the 
city's da iries tenta tively a greed 
to give him a new three-yea r 
contra ct. 


All tha t rem a ined wa s 
fina l 
a pprova l, 
a nd the 5.000 m em ­ 
bers of T ea m sters Loca l 753 of 
, 
. the C hica go Milk Wa gon D rivers 
OREGON 
The 
114th 
Ogle t time ever to 
be showm a t the Union 
w ere expected 
to 
give 
County ha ir will open its ga tes fa ir. 
tha t Frida y 
Frida y for four da ys a nd nights j 
Monda y a ftpnioon foU 
lhp • 
of enterta inment a nd exhibits with ; 
“ I’m 
sure 
m v 
m em bership 


livestock iudiin" motorcvclc 
roc I *" E- D‘ 
U n A m m « n # rta l. w ill ra tify this con lra cl.” sa id 
livestock judg g, 
r 
de 
a t- 
tro h 
Wllj bp a wa rded to the Thom a s 
H a eeertv 
secreta rv- 
ing. horse ra cing, a nd thrills on 
1 norr|a s 
u a gge r u , 
secieia rv 
... , 
hoi. o ia cini, the fa stest hea t for trea surer 
of 
the 
union 
a fter 


sta rting 
with 
the 
selection 
of 
~ 
i T uesda y 
a verted 
a 
possible 
Miss 
Ogle 
County Fa ir 
Queen ^renmims ha ve been increa sed 
third milk strike this yea r. 


Frida v night. 
I a nd a new llvestock building to 
1 a ccommoda te more tha n 200 hea d 
Frida y night will be childrens' of livestock will be in use for the 
first time this vea r. 
night with no cha rge a t the en­ 
tra nce until 5 p.m. a nd a ll rides 
will he 
opera ted 
a t 
reduced 
prices. There will a lso be no a d­ 
mission 
cha rge 
for 
the gra nd­ 
sta nd Frida y 
night 
when 
the 
Queen contest will be held. 


There a re eight contesta nts in 
the contest: Connie Nicholsen. 17, 
Oregon; Robin Hevrin, 16. Byron; 


Livestock 
Feeders Clinic 
Is Scheduled 


MORRISON 
The Chica go 


J udv Dirksen, 17, Oregon; Vicki i Stock Ya rd Founda tion is offer 
Mo rin *. 18. Forreston; Ma rta Sue I 
N orthwestern Illinois 
live 
Turner, 
17, 
Forreston; 
Ouska I s,ock f<,pdel's a n opportunity to 
La uer, 17, Oregon; 
Melody J ill 
Ridenour, 17, Mount Morris a nd 
Bonnie Ba in, 19 , Oregon. 


Livestock judging will sta rt a t j 
9 a .m. Sa turda y morning. Time 
tria ls for the motorcycle ra ces 
will begin a t 
11 a .m. 
Sa turda y 
with the ra ces getting under wa y 


look a t their m a rket system a nd 
to ta ke a look a t the future. The 
clinic will be held Sept. 6, 19 67, 
in 
the Norrish Auditorium 
in 
M orrison. 
L ivestock specia lists w ill a p­ 
pea r on the progra m . Milla rd J . 
Cook, executive vice president 
of the Union 
Stock 
Y a rds 
& 
a t 1:30 p.m. Sa turda y a t 8 p.m. 
There w ill be a gra ndsta nd show T ra nsit Co • " m ta lk on “ c<,m 
of country 
western 
sta rs with 
George 
Ha milton 
IV 
fea tured. 
Also a ppea ring will 
be Phyllis 
Ha milton a nd other western sta rs. 


A specia l fea ture for the four 
da ys a nd nights will be Colonel 
Sea bright who will perform on 
top of a 148 foot swa y pole which 
is considered one of the best a cts 
of this type in the country a nd 
seen for the first 
time in this 
a rea . 


. J udging of a ll livestock will be 
completed on Sunda y morning a nd 
a t noon winners will pa ra de be­ 
fore the gra ndsta nd a nd trophies 
will be a wa rded. Ha rness ra ces 
will begin a t 1:30 p.m. Sunda y 
a nd a lso Monda y a fternoons with 
som e m ule ra ces thrown in for 
excitem ent. 


Sunda y a t 8 p.m. there will be 
a nother gra ndsta nd show fea tur­ 
ing the “ Shindig A-Go-Go Record 
Revue” with the Fa bulous “ Ebb 
Tides” performing. There will be 
a free da nce on the ra cetra ck fol­ 
lowing the evening show. 


Monda y a t 7:30 p.m. the fa ir 
will conclude with a n RCA sa nc­ 
tioned rodeo show for the first 


m ission 
Ma n 
is Your M a rket 
M a na ger.” 
Richa rd 
Peot, a 
sa lesm a n, will spea k on “ To­ 
d a y’s Professiona l B uyer.” Phil 
Scha ffner, a professiona l buyer, 
will discuss the role of the buy­ 
er a nd his current buying pro­ 
cedures. Ha rla n Ba ne, a sa les­ 
m a n experienced in feeder a nd 
fa t ca ttle sa le, w ill spea k on 
“ Tota l Service M a rketing.” Ar- m edia te cut of milk deliveries 
lin Speckm a n, one of the young- to five da ys a week 
est ca ttle sa lesm en, w ill ta ke a 


UA W Rejectio n 
Of Big Three’ 
Pro p o sa l Seen 


DETROIT (A P ) — L ea ders of, 
—A 
pa y 
hike 
for 
skilled 
the United Auto W orkers toda y j tra desm en a bove the genera l in­ 
m a de pla ns to reject a contra ct crea se, to be worked out in ne- 
proposa l ca lled by a Genera T gotia tions. 


M otors negotia tor 
‘ the highest! 
The com pa nies estim a te tha t 
w a ge increa se ever offered the their offer would 
boost w a ge 
UAW” by the Big Three a uto- benefits a lone by 33 to 51 cents 
; m a kers. 
j a n hour. 


As the union studied nea rly j 
j j 1e 
current 
a vpra ge 
hourly 
identica l 
offers 
ma de 
Tuesda y stra ight-tim e 
pa y 
of 
a n 
a uto 
by Genera l M otors, lor d a nd worker, a ccording to the U.S. 
C hrysler, 
a 
top 
concern 
wa s Burea u of La bor Sta tistics, is 
which com pa ny to pick a s a con- 13 41 


tra ct ta rget. 
| 
Including 
w a ges 
a nd 
fringe 
The 
union 
tra ditiona lly 
fo- * benefits the a vera ge worker re* 
i cuses on one firm a nd drives to reives a bout $4.*0 a n hour. 
I a settlem ent there through n e -; 
The com pa nies’ offer wa s esti- 
j gotia tion or strike. Three yea r m a ted unofficia lly a s a 5.25 per 
contra cts covering 65,000 work-1 cent increa se over the current 
ers a t the Big Three expire a t provisions, a lthough neither the 
m idnight T uesda y. 
union or the m a na gem ent w ill 


C hrysler’s top negotia tor sa id 1 confirm tl 


the union’s reception of T ues-i 
da y’s offer 
w a s 
“ less 
tha n en­ 
thusia stic.” 


The union ha d no im m edia te 
com m ent. 


Na tiona l 
union 
negotia ting 
com m ittees 
a t 
the 
Big Three 
m eet toda y to exa m ine the offer 
a nd to forge their expected re­ 
jection a rgum ents. 


The UAW’s Interna tiona l E x­ 


ecutive Boa rd m eets toda y a nd 
(h e r 2 2 0 Ia *e County fa rmers 
__ 
Thursda y to consider 
ra tifica - a nd jheir fa m ilie s look a dva nta ge 
J ACKSON, M iss. (A P ) — Rep. | Willia ms a nd pledging “ my coop-1 N egro vote would solidify be- tlon 0f the com m ittee's a ction (rf a Conserva tion Air Tour over 
J ohn 
B ell 
W illia m s, 
firebra nd I era tion in a ll his endea vors to j hind W inter a fter splitting in the a nd 
t0 pick the ta rget. 
th(.ir fa rm s Sunda y. 
The 
event 
.. 
, 
, 
. „ ¡a dva nce our sta te.” 
first prim a ry, a nd w hether 
Wil- 
da ys a w eek to w holesa lers a nd foe of the na tiona l a dm im stia - 
Returns frQm 
q{ thp 2 12 4 < Ha ms could get the 124.000 voles 


to 
reta ilers 
on 
the 
ba sis 
of tion, won the D em ocra tic nom i-| p recin ls* ga ve Wiiha ins 348,771 of 
w hi,e 
suprem a cist 
J im m y 1 ta rget com pa ny Frida y, 
custom er need. 
na tion for M ississippi governor votes a nd w inter 29 4.109 
¡Swa n, the No. 3 ma n in the first; 
n ere 
a re 
highlights 


Dougla s 
Brown of the F ed ­ 
era l M edia tion a nd Concilia tion 
Service 
sa id 
he 
w a s 
“ v e r y 
optim istic” the contra ct would 
be a pproved. 


Union 
m em bers, 
who 
work 
for a ll the city's m a jor da iries, 
ha d rejected three previous con­ 
tra cts 
a greed 
upon 
by 
their 
negotia tors, but T uesda y’s con­ 
tra ct offer wa s different. 


Resides a ra ise, 
the 
offer in­ 
cludes provisions for m a inta in­ 
ing for 
two yea rs 
the 
present 
six-da ys-a -w eek delivery sched­ 
ule. which ha d been the drivers’ ; 
m a jor 
objection 
to 
the 
oth e r 1, 
offers. The union ha d contended | 
tha t a shorter week would ca use j 
m a ny to lose their jobs. 
In the la st yea r of the pro- 1 
posed 
contra ct, 
the 
delivery 
j 
schedule would be cut to four 


DeMola y Week Trophy to Dixon 
The Dixon cha pter of DeMola y brought home the first pla ce trophy for DeMo­ 
la y Week a ctivities from the Sta te of Illinois Concla ve of DeMola y held Sunda y 
a t Rockford College. Pictured a t the presenta tion of the trophy, from the let!, 
a re, Don Ca stle, a m em ber of the Dixon cha pter; Erie lrem ble. Moline, sta te 
m a ster councilor of DeMola y; Lyle Ba rton, m a ster councilor, Dixon cha pter, 
a nd Bra d Selgesta d. senior councilor, Dixon cha pter. During the concla ve m e­ 
moria l services w ere held for Richa rd Rhodes, a m em ber of DeMola y, who 
w a s killed in a n a uto a ccident this sum m er. 
Willia ms Wins Prima ry 
In Mississip p i Tuesd a y 


The industry offers ma de no 
mention of equa l pa y for Ca na ­ 
dia n a nd A m erica n workers or 
of a gua ra nteed a nnua l incom e, 
both dem a nded by the LAW. 


220 Attend Lee 
Conserva tion 
Tour Sunda y 


The contra ct provides ra ises jn # sm a sh¡ng conserva tive vie- 
of $5 a w eek the first yea r a nd t 
tRa t 
jpft 
$4 in ea ch of the second a nd 
third 
yea rs. 
Fringe 
benefits 
would be increa sed $2 a week. 


W a lter 
P Reuther, 
UAW 
wa s co.Spon.sored 
by 
the 
U*e 
president, will 
enter ta lks a t 
the uountv Soil Conserva tion District 
a nd J a ck Wussou, ma na ger of 
of 
the Dixon's 
Cha rles 
R. 
Wa lgreen 


Winter 
tra iled 
a lm ost 
from prim a ry. 
| com pa nies offeis. 
tory 
tha t 
left 
N egro 
voting the 
sta rt, 
indica ting ea rly 
h e ’ 
The 
Negro 
vote 
a ppa rently| 
—An 
im m edia te 
hopes w recked toda y. 
(fa iled to sha ke the libera l la bel split a ga in. 
¡hour wa ge hike 


The 48 -vea r-old vetera n of two W illia ms pinned on him while I 
The conserva tiv e surge a lso 
— Im proving the worker 


I Field. 
13-cent-a n* 
Conserva tion pra ctices were ol> 


1 served bv the fliers, 
ma ny of 
w a ge ! them ta king their first a irpla ne 


. 
t 
, 
Heea rlp<i in 
"who lost sta c k in g the J ohnson a dminis-1 ca rried 
Cha rles 
Sulliva n, 
42-1 in 19 68 a nd 
19 69 a t the ra te of n de. 


° during* tho his seniority lor supporting the 'ra tion in W a shington a nd him- yea r-old C la rksda ie la w yer, to 2.8 
per cent 
of 
his 
previous 
Officia l 


• 
< i n r > 
*‘ L A M M A r l i " I A n t i f A r t 
YYT A H f t V 
a w eek pa y ra ise 
first yea r of previous proposa ls, R epublica n 


look into the future. E d Ba rna rd, 
a hog sa lesm a n, w ill point out 
the 
im porta nce 
of 
va lue 
a nd 
price in the hog business. 
L ivestock 
feeders 
w ill 
ha ve 
the opportunity to question the 
pa nel. 


presidentia l 
ticket | inS "Kennedy-J ohnson money 


wrhieh a lso provides for a n im- j three yea rs a go, ra llied ha rd* j ba thed Winter. 
core 
segrega tionists 
a nd 
mid-; 
election 
hinged 
on 
dle-of-the-roa ders to his ca u se| P°ints from the outset: 
Whether level politic 


with a blistering a tta ck on liber- 
a lism . 


Relea se Funds 
For DSS Work 


SPRINGFIELD 
- 
Gov. 
Otto 
Kerner ha s a pproved the relea se 
of $7,362.38 to pa y for a ltera ­ 
tions to cotta ges a t Dixon Sta te 
School, including plumbing, ca r­ 
pentering a nd concrete work. 


Simon Ma y Run 
For U.S. Sena te 


TROY, 111. (U P I)—Sta te Sen. 
Pa ul Sim on, D-Troy, sa id T ues­ 
da y he w ill run for the United 
Sta tes Sena te in 19 68 if he ca n 
get 
the 
ba cking 
of 
C hica go’s 
M a yor Richa rd D a ley a nd top 
politica l 
lea ders 
in 
dow nsta te 
Illinois. 
Sim on is one of severa l per­ 
sons—including Gov. Otto Ker 
ner a nd sta te T rea surer Adla i 
Stevenson III— ta lked a bout in 
connection with the D em ocra tic 
nom ina tion to oppose incum bent 
E verett D irksen in 19 68. 
Og le Ma g istra te Co urt 


Speeding 
Cha rley E . Sea ba ugh, Rt. 1, 
R ochelle, $17; Arthur H. Eich- 
holz, 411 W. M a son, Polo, $15; 
L eslie D . Bell, 809 E . Cha m ber­ 
lin, D ixon, $23; W illie D. DeW itt, 
Box 218, C reston, $15; Lew F. 
Schm itt, 1108 W estview D r., Ro­ 
chelle, 
$15; 
Robert 
L. 
Liv­ 
ingston, Rt. 1, Reddick, $15; Ce­ 
cil H. Ha ll, Rt. 1, Lindenwood, 
$15; J ohn D. Edwa rds J r., 220 
S. 12th St., R ochelle. $15; Ga ry 
W. W illia m s, 119 1st A ve., Ro­ 
chelle, $15; J oe E . Ba rnes, Rt. 
1, R ochelle, $15. 
Disorderly Conduct 
E lenor P eters, 6341 Winthrop, 
C hica go, $35.30; 
N ea l 
Gittens, 
R ochelle, $20; J oseph Abiga no, 
Collier H otel, R ochelle, $20; Ma ­ 
rion Ra lph 
Trent, 
709 
N. 
5th 
St., R ochelle, $30; Fred Ha nson 
Turner, C. P. C. C otta ges, Ro­ 
chelle, $15; J oseph A. Tyler, 205 
Fifth 
A ve., 
R ochelle, 
cha rges 
dropped, $5 costs; J ohn L. M a y­ 
berry, Mount M orris, $37.10. 


Negligent Driving 
R oger L. Sta nley, 416 N. 2nd 


St., Rochelle, 
$15, a nd 
fa ilure 
to 
displa y 
city 
sticker 
.$10; 
J im m y B. Lowe, Box 148, C res­ 
ton, $15; J ulie A. C a se, Rt. 1, 
R ochelle, $15; 
Arthur S. Wa r­ 
ren, 839 8th St., R ochelle. $15; 
D a vid E . Ha rm on, E sm ond, $15. 


Ba ttery 


Gera ld M cCollom. 604 S. 4th 
St., Oregon, cha rges dropped, $5 
costs; 
Robert Kiene, 9 15 La ke- 
view Dr., R ochelle, nolle prosse; 
Rona ld Bushla nd, Mount M or­ 
ris, $35.30. 
Other Cha rges 
Richa rd L. Horner, P.O. Box 
68, N elson, im proper left turn, 


$15. 


M icha el K. W illia m s, Box 311, 
M illedgeville, fa ilure to reduce 
speed to a void a n a ccident, $15. 


Ra ym ond Sla ton, Ashton, theft 
of 
lost 
or 
m isla id 
property, 
cha rges dism issed. $5 costs. 
Kenneth Schra der, Lea f R iver, 
purcha se or a ccepta nce of in­ 
toxica ting bevera ges a s a m i­ 


nor, $39 .50. 


W illia m L. F ra ncis, Box 49 9 , 


of the Soil Conscrva - 


victorv of a lm ost 
12 0 .0 0 0 votes hourly w a ge. 
| tion District, encoura ged by the 
in the lieutena nt govern or's 
ra ce 
—A gua ra nteed m i n i m u m a ttenda nce a nd enthusia sm of the 
two over 
sta le Rep. Roy Bla ck of cost-of-living 
increa se 
of 
four fa nners, ha ve voted to ma ke the 
cents a n hour. 
a ir tour a n a nnua l event. 


Co ncert Pro g ra m 


DIXON MUNICIPAL BAND 
DIXON BAND SHELL 
THURSDAY, 8 p.m. 
Robert L. L’Heureux, Conductor 
Robert Fulmer, Voca l Soloist 
SPECIAL CONCERT—COLLEGE FOOTBALL SONGS 
THE NATIONAL ANTHEM 
GLORY OF THE GRIDIRON—Ma rch ....................Ha rry L. Alford 
FEIST FOOTBALL MEDLEY................................. Arr. Pa ul Toder 
BETTY CO-ED ..............................................................Foga rty-Va llee 
MEDLEY—1 On Wisconsin; Minnesota Rouser; 
Notre Da me Victory Ma rch. 
MEDLEY—2 Ra mbling Wreck From Georgia Tech; Men Of 
Pennsylva nia ; Go U Northwestern; Across The Field. 


THE HALLS OF IVY-Voca l Solo 
MEDLEY—3 Iowa Corn Song; Ha U Purdue; The Victors (Mich.) 
FAR ABOVE CAYUGA’S WATERS-Voca l Solo 
MEDLEY—4 Fight On (So. Ca l.); Mighty Oregon; India na , 
Our India na . 
SWEETHEART OF SIGMA CHI-Voca l Solo 
MEDLEY-5 I’m A J a yha wk; Dea r Old Nebra ska L. 
ILLINOIS STATE UNIVERSITY HYMN. 
MEDLEY—6 Songs of N.I.U. (Northern Dlinois University), 
Illinois Loya lty. 
DIXON HIGH SCHOOL LOYALTY SONG 
MAY THE GOOD LORD BLESS AND KEEP \O U 
Willson 
Voca l S olo— Robert Fulmer 
This is the concluding concert of the 19 67 summer series of concerts. 


Byron, deceptive pra ctice, $125, 
restitution, 
pa id 
direct 
court 
ca sts $9 .40, 
sheriff’s cost, 
tota l 
$14.50. 
G eorge P eters, 6341 Winthrop, 
C hica go, 
illega l 
tra nsporta tion 
of intoxica ting b evera ges, $55. 
D a vid P. Ga rner, Rt. 3, R o­ 
chelle, driving w hile registra tion 
suspended, $15. 
T hom a s J . Scott, 121 S. 10th, 
R ochelle, spilling loa d on high­ 
w a y, $15. 
Torrey W. K ieninger, Box 112, 
Holcom b, fa iled to yield a t stop 
intersection, $15. 
E a rl F. Norup, Box 146, B y­ 
ron, fa ilure to ha ve vehicle un­ 
der control, $15. 
Dorinda K. DeW a ll, Forreston, 
fa iled to dim hea dlights, $15. 
R icha rd W. Va nderpool, H ol­ 
com b, excessiv e noise (m ufflers) 
$15. 
Friends Sterling B urw ell, 9 22 
F irst A ve., R ochelle, curfew v i­ 
ola tion, $25. 
Berha rd J . Gilroy, Rt. 1, Cha - 
na , drove on left ha lf of roa d­ 
w a y (not overta king), $15. 
J ohn F. Howa rd, Rt. 2, B ra d­ 
ford, disobeyed stop sign, $15. 
Ruben M ueller, 103 Ave. 
H, 
R ochelle, curfew viola tion, $20. 
R icha rd W right, Apt. 3, Alt. 
30, 
R ochelle, 
reckless driving, 
cha rges dropped, court costs $5, 
sheriff’s costs $11; tota l $16. 
Terry F. R osenba um , Rt. 1, 
R ochelle, 
una uthorized 
lights 


(blue), $15. 
Steve T a m a yo, Stew a rd, d is­ 
rega rded 
ra ilroa d 
ga tes, 
$15, 
a nd no va lid driver’s license, 


$30. 
Kenneth 
Eugene Bee, Box 
92. 
Creston, deception restitution $7, 


fine $10, costs $5, tota l $22. 


With 
reports 
from 
the 
la st 
precincts from T uesda y’s voting- 
trickling in, W illia m s’ lea d ov e n 
sta te T rea surer W illia m W inter 
a pproa ched 60,000 votes. Winter, 
who topped first prima ry voting 
three w eeks a go, led this tim e in 
only 20 of the 82 counties. 


The 
W illia m s 
vote 
ca rried 
wrhite ca ndida tes to victory in 
a ll 
22 
loca l 
runoffs 
where 
N egroes 
opposed 
w hite ca ndi­ 
da tes, da shing N egro hopes for 
winning sheriff’s posts for the 
first tim e since R econstruction. 


Mobbed by severa l thousa nd 
w ell-w ishers a t this downtown 
m otel hea dqua rters ea rly toda y, 
W illia m s blurted his tha nks into 
a 
m icrophone, 
then 
issued 
sta tem ent 
through 
his 
press 
a ide expressing 
gra titude, 
hu­ 
m ility a nd hope for the future. 


He 
pra ised 
W inter 
a s 
“ a 
worthy 
a nd 
a ble 
m a n” 
a nd 
ca lled 
on 
D em ocra ts 
to close 
ra nks to defea t R epublica n cha l­ 
lenger Rubel P hillips of J a ckson 
in the N ov. 7 genera l election. 
On a sta te level, the GOP of­ 
fered only a guberna toria l ca n­ 
dida te. They ha ven’t elected a 
sta te officia l this century. 


W inter, hea d bowed but trying 
to sm ile, conceded shortly b e­ 
fore 
m idnight, 
congra tula ting 


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QUINCY, 111. (U P I) —Phyllis 
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- 
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Mr. a nd Mrs. 
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opera te 
a 
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19 67 Illinois D a iry P rincess in 
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T uesda y night. 


D ia ne H a rm s, 18. da ughter of 
Mr. a nd M rs. J ohn H a rm s of 
Fa irbury, w a s first runner-up, 
follow ed 
by 
M a ry 
Sm ith, 
19 , 
da ughter 
of 
Mr. 
a nd 
Mrs. 
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DIXON EVENING TELEGRAPH 
W ed ., A u*. HO, 19 67 
Goings-On in Ohio 


a nd Mr. a nd Mrs. Peter Spohn, !of da ys with Mr. a nd Mrs. Rioh- 
were dinner guests Sunda y of a id Sisler a nd da ughter, Elgin. 
Po lo 


¡Mr. a nd Mrs. J a mes Eva ns a nd En route they will ca ll on the 
w 
I 
, 
\rvra 
Edwa rd Sisler fa mily, Deka lb. 
OHIO — Miss J udy Anderson,! 
Mr. a nd Mrs. Richa rd Ra mos, * n a - 
p r a ncj ^jrs £ W. Newha ven, 
a ccompa nied 
by 
her 
brother.Princeton, a re the pa rents of a 
Pa ul Bloba um fell Wednesda s 
, 
dinner guests. 
,, 
, T 
¡Tom Anderson, 
left 
Wednesda y son, Micha el Sha wn, born A ug.. a nd fra ctured his leg. 
!Sunda y of Mr. a nd Mrs. J ohn M r s . 
C a l v i n H a ei en a n 
a nn . 


Mrs. Ca milla J ones a nd sis- 
ter, Miss Irene Poole, ha d a s 
dinner guests Sunda y Mr. a nd 


Roy H. De Werff, 1016 First j Friendship Lodge, A Fit AM, a nd 
St., celebra tes his 30th serv ice 1 Corinthia n Shrine, 
a n n iv e rsa ry 
with Commonwea lth 
He a nd his w ife, J ea n, a io 
Edison Co. toda y. He sta rted 
members of St. Pa ul s Luthera n 
with the overhea d depa rtment 
Church, 
in 19 37 a s a groundma n, la ter1 
—dd— 
beca me a linema n a nd is now a 
line crew lea der. 


He is a vetera n of World Wa r 
11, pa st comma nder of Dixon 
Post of the America n Legion 


Mrs. Ma ble Rippeon a nd Mrs. 
Ha zel J udge spent the weekend 
a t 
Timberla ke, 
Mount Ca rroll, 
where they were guests of Mr. 
a nd Mrs. Ozzie Nelson a t their 


Ca shion. a former Dixon resi* 
dent, a nd his fa mily were en 
route to their home following a 
trip to Ca lifornia . 


—dd— 


I to drive to 
Denver. Col., where 126. Mr. a nd Mrs. Luie Ra mos, 
Mrs. W. F. Anderson Sr. spent; 
°ca thv 
a nd 
Linda , 
to Ma rion’ Iowa - Mr. a nd J 1” - 
| she will resume her tea ching a re the pa terna l gra ndpa rents, the weekend in the R. C. Gia - ceie^,ra ie the birthda y of Linda .; se^ Boolea n 
o n, a n 
duties. From there Tom will go Kim, Brenda a nd Mickey, Ra - comelli home, La dd, a nd a ttend-1 
Mrs. Da vid I oole 
to Wa usa u, 
Wis., to visit his j mos, Princeton, a re sta ving with ed the Homecoming Sunda y. She 


a nd pa st chef de ga ie of the tra iler home. 
Lee Co. Voiture, 40 & 8. 


He 
is 
a lso 
a ffilia ted with 


brother, Ted Anderson, a nd fa m 
iiy. 
Linda McCa be celebra ted her 
Mr. a nd Mrs. Ha rley Svva rts j i 2th birthda y with a pa rty Sa t- 
a nd the N. W. Dietrichs were in ; urda y a fternoon with her pa r- 
Rock Fa lls recently for brea k-1 ents, Mr. a nd Mrs. J ohn Mc- 
fa st a t the Dutch Pa ntry. 
Ca be. 


Guests 
were 
neighborhood a nd fa mily, Wilmette, Mr. 
a nd 
Mr. a nd Mrs. Dona ld L. Volz j friends, Ca rmel Cooney, Ka th- Mrs. J oe Spohn a nd fa mily, Chi- 
a nd son, Scott. 602 Dougla s Ave., teen Ihoma s, J enny Ellen J ohn- ca go, Mr. a nd Mrs. Louis Spohn 
recently enterta ined a t a pa rty son< Ma rlene a nd Debbie Kue- a nd 
Mike, 
Ukia h, Ca lif., 
Mr. 
Cha rles C. 
Hint/, a former j |lonoring 
sixth birthda y of bel a n(* ^er sister, Ca thy Me- a nd Mrs. Edwa rd Bra dley a nd 
< a be. Ga mes were pla yed a nd fa mily, 
Mr. 
a nd 
Mrs. 
Tom 


their gra ndpa rents w hile th eir: returned home Monda y, 
mother is in the hospita l. 
Mr. a nd Mrs. Ernest Norden 
Mr. a nd Airs, Keith Stought, took Mr. a nd Mrs. Da vid Em- 
Olympia 
Fields, 
were visitors mert a nd fa mily, Mr. a nd Mrs. 


•Job-a-thon’ 
Mrs. Wa lter Supinger 
returned 
Frida y from Loves Pa rk whei e 
she ha d been a guest of her son- 
LOS ANGELES (AP) 
Ail ¿n.ja w a ^d da ughter, Mr. a nd Mrs. 
a nd 25.000 jobs promised during Kenneth Anderson a nd fa mily. 


-dd- 


Sa turda v 
of 
Mr. 
a nd 
Mr*. I George Norden a nd fa mily, a n d . tha t stood between job seeke . 
George Anderson. 
Mr. a nd Mrs. Richa rd Mueller a 19 -hour “ job-a -thon 
teleca st: Mrs Amelia La mm who spent 
a nd 
Richa rd 
out 
for 
dinner; toda y were long lines a nd red the p a s t t w o w 
e e k s with her broth- 
1 er-in-la w a nd sister, Air. a nd Mrs. 
Air. a nd Mrs. J a ck M clllwee 


LEGAL 


NOTICE 
Public Notice is hereby given 
tha t on August 28. A.D. 19 67, a 
certifica te wa s filed in the Office 
of the CountV Clerk of Lee County, 


Dixon resident, 
will 
celrl>ia te thoir* son, Ra ndy, 
his 87th birthda y Sunda y. He is 
Quests 
Were ivir. 
residing a t St. 
J ohn's Retire- Hpnry c 
y olz 
Mr 
a nd Mrs. 
mcnt Home. 39 40 Rimroek Roa d, Vernon 
Volz a nd children, 
Billings, Mont. 
j J ea nne a nd J ohnny, Polo; Airs. 
—dd — 
' Robert 
Ka la s 
a nd 
children, 
Air. a nd Mrs. Fra ncis Ca shion | Ela ine, La rry a nd Sha ron, Air. 
a nd children, Pa ul a nd Ca rol. I a nd Mrs. Robert Wright J r. a nd 


a nd 
Airs, refreshments were served. 


Wednesda y evening in observ- ta pe. 
a nce of the eighth wedding a nni- ’ 
The problem a rose a fter sta te 
versa ry tha t da y of the Em- Employment 
Service 
offices, 
merts a nd the 
birthda y 
of Mrs. j especia lly 
in 
Wa tts, 
were 
so 
Mueller, which wa s Sunda y. 
1 ja mmed by prospective workers 
Air. a nd Airs. George Sisler Monda y tha t the interviewers 
Thompson a nd Amy, E va nston,1 left Monda y to spend a couple couldn't keep pa ce. 


Iva n Miller, returned to her home 
a t Freeport Sunda y. 
Sunda y a fternoon 
visitors 
of 
the Iva n Millers were Air. a nd 
Mrs. Alvie Alyers 
a nd 
fa mily, 
Lea f River. 


Illinois, setting forth the na mes 
™ 
^ 
a nd post-office a ddresses of a ll of Ha mburg, N. A ., 
were recent children. 
Tommy a nd Donna 
the persons owning, conducting guests of the J . H. Stutesm a ns.1 J ea n, a nd Mr. a nd Mrs. Nor- 
a ivl 
tra nsa cting 
thc^ 
business ^23 Third St.; Miss Lottie Heck-¡ma n W. Dietrich. 


ra w* ra w lib noise 
ma n- ,f)10 Cooper St., a nd Mr. j 
The birthda y of Henry C. Volz, 
Da ted this 28th da y of August, a nd Mrs. Norma n W. Dietrich, I which occurred Wednesda y, wa s 
A.D. 19 67. 
410 Va n Buren Ave. 
a lso observed. 
J ohn E. Stouffer 
County Clerk 
Aug. 30. Sept. 6. i3, 19 67 


IN THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
FIFTEENTH J UDICIAL CIRCUIT 
LEE COUNTY. ILLINOIS 
Federa l Na tiona l Mortga ge ) 
Associa tion, a Corpora tion > 
orga nized under a n a ct of ) 
Congress a mi existing pur- ) 
mja nt to the Federa l Na - ) 
tiona i Mortga ge Associa tion > 
Cha rter Act, 
) 
Pla intiff ) 
vs. 
) 
Dolores B. Cicero (formerly ) 
Dolores B. Da rfler). J ohn ) 
Cicero. Howa rd Horton a nd ) 
Muriel Horton, 
) 
Defenda nts ) 
IN CHANCERY 
NO. 67 C 157 
NOTIC E OF 
SALE OF REAL ESTATE 
Public notice is hereby given 
tha t, pursua nt to decree of fore­ 
closure entered in sa id CouH in 
the a bove entitled ca use on J uly 
18, 19 67. J, Morev C. Fires. Ma g­ 
istra te of this Court, a ppointed 
in the a bove entitled ca use, will 
on September 19 , 19 67 
hour of 11:00 o’clock in the fore­ 
noon of sa id da y, a t the front 
door of the T<ee County Court­ 
house in the City of Dixon, County 
nf Lee. Sta te of Illinois, sell a t 
public vendue to the highest a nd i 
best bidder, for ca sh, the follow- j 
ing descnl>ed rea l esta te, situa ted 
in Ia ;e County, Illinois, to-wit: 
The Westerly Seventy-five (75) 
feet of Lot Number Twenty-one 
(21) in Highla nd Pa rk Addition 
to the City of Dixon, reference 
being ha d to the Pla t of sa id 
Addition recorded in the Re­ 
corder's Office of Lee County, 
Illinois, in Book “ A” of Pla ts, 
oi Pa ge 52. Also known a s 322 
West 10th Avenue. Dixon, Illi­ 
nois. subject to genera l ta xes, 
a ssessed for the yea r 1967; 
or 
so much thereof a s ma y be 


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Pag « 11 
DIXON EVENING TELEGRAPH 
Wednesday , Aug ust 3 0, 1 907 
Bosox Play 29 Innings; Lead Leagu e 


Twins Are 
In Seco nd 


By SAM GOLDAPER 
UP! Sports Writer 
The nearby highway and the 
streets leading 
to the Yankee 
Stadiu m Tu esday evening were 
dogged wilh au tos bearing "Go, 
Red Sox, Go,” stickers on their 
re a r bu mpers. 
After 29 innings of baseball. 
20 in the second game of the 
twi-nighter, Boston obliged by 
taking 
over 
the 
American 
Leagu e lead, a half-game ahead 
of the Minnesota Twins. 
The Red Sox beat the New 
York Yankees 2-1 behind Jim 
Lonborg’s 
three-hitter 
in 
the 
opener bu t after 6 hou rs and 
nine minu tes of the nightcap, 
they lost 4-3. 
However, the chant of "Go, 
Red 
Sox, 
Go,” 
still 
echoed 
throu gh the stands even thou gh 
the crowd of 40,134, apparently 
dominated 
by 
New 
England 
visitors, had diminished to less 
than 15,000 when Horace Clarke 
singled in the winning ru n at 
1:58 a.m. EDT. 
In the other games involving 
the 
tight 
American 
Leagu e 
race, Baltimore edged Minneso­ 
ta 4-3; Detroit moved into third 
place, 
one 
percentage 
point 
behind the Twins, by sweeping 
a 
dou bleheader 
from 
the 
California Angels 4-2 and 2-1, 
and the Chicago White Sox took 
their second loss in as many 
nights 
from 
the 
Washington 
Senators 3-0 to fall 2 4 games 
behind. 
Elsewhere 
Cleveland 
edged Kansas City 9-8 
in 
10 
innings. 
‘‘As mu ch as T hated to lose 
this one tonight," said a tired 
Dick 
Williams, 
the 
Red 
Sox 
m anager, “ I can’t brood abou t 
it. It was ju st one of those 
things. I try to forget the past 
and 
concentrate 
on 
the 
next 
gam e. 
It’s 
this 
kind 
of 
an 
attitu de 
that tou ghens 
a 
ball 
clu b and enables it to bou nce 
back. We’ve been doing it all 
season.” 
Both 
Williams 
and 
Yankee 
manager Ralph Hou k did a lot 
of head scratching and ju ggling 
in that second game. B o s t o n 
u sed 21 players, inclu ding seven 
pitchers, 
and 
the 
Yankees 
employed fou r pitchers among 
17 players. 
It 
was 
most 
gratifying 
for 
Jim 
Bou ton 
to 
win 
his 
first 
game. Bou ton has known better 
days bu t he spent most of this 
season 
in 
the 
International 
Leagu e 
with 
the 
Syracu se 
chiefs. 
Bou ton worked the last five 
scoreless innings, allowing three 
hits. 
John 
Kennedy 
started 
the 
winning Yankee 
rally w’ith a 
one-ou t single. Bou ton was hit 
by a 
pitch by losing pitcher 
Bu cky Brandon and when Jose 
Santiago replaced him, Clarke 
ended the m arathon gam e with 
a single. 
Pitcher Helps Cau se 
In 
the 
opener 
Lonborg 
won 
his 18 th game, helping his own 
cau se by driving in the winning 
ru n. 
Denny 
McLain 
and 
rookie 
John 
Hiller 
chalked 
u p 
the 
mou nd su ccesses for the Tigers. 
McLain limited the Angels to 
three hits in the opener for his 
17 th victory in 31 decisions and 
Hiller cam e within three ou ts of 
being 
the 
first 
m ajor 
leagu e 
pitcher to hu rl three shu tou ts in 
his first three starts. 
Hiller needed relief from Fred 
Lasher before he recorded his 
fou rth 
straight 
su ccess 
since 
being called u p by the Tigers. 
The Tigers capitalized on nine 
walks in the first six innings of 
the 
opener 
and 
catcher 
Bill 
Freehan homcred and drove in 
the second ru n with an infield 
ou t in the nightcap. 
Brooks Robinson’s bases-load- 
ed dou ble in the sixth inning 
sparked the Baltimore victory 
which knocked the Twins ou t of 
the 
leagu e 
lead. 
Minnesota 
starter Dave Boswell, who took 
his ninth losss in 29 decisions, 
set the stage for his defeat by 
filling the bases with walks to 
Boog Powell, Frank Robinson 
and Cu rt Blefary before Brooks 
Robinson’s two-bagger. 
Dave Bosman, recalled from 
Hawaii 
of 
the 
Pacific 
Coast 
Leagu e three days ago, sent the 
White 
Sox 
toppling 
to 
fou rth 
place. The big righthander from 
Kenosek. 
Wis., 
scattered 
five 
hits in his first m ajor leagu e 
decision. 
Vic 
Davalillo 
scored 
the 
winning ru n for Cleveland on 
Chico Salmon’s fielder’s choice 
in the see-saw gam e in which 
the two team s scored 10 ru ns in 
the 
sixth 
inning 
fou r 
by 
Cleveland and six by Kansas 
City. 


ito k 
W isco nsin Rapnls Sco t 
Midwest Play o ff Tide 


B> tnitc d Press International i night and their 10th in the la^t 
The Wisconsin Rapids Twins 12 wilh a 5-3 victory over Cedar 
are firing u p for the Midwest 
Rapids. 
Leagu e playoffs this week with 
Holbrook 
powered 
a 
fou rth- 
men 
like 
Mike 
Holbrook and inning homer 
with 
1he 
bases 
I)a\e 
Bru ce 
fanning 
a 
late , empty and pitcher Brsce held 
season hot streak. 


The Twins, who meet Apple­ 
ton Thu rsday in the first game 
of the leagu e’s series, won their 
fifth game 
in a 
row 
Tu esday 


— 1Telegraph I’hnto 
Baseball Winners Ho no red 
Gonigam Bass Hill and Company honored (heir softball team, champions of the Walnu t Softball l.eagu e. lhe ".’lom ev"I a7 rv'w , oos n 
steak frv Tu esday, from left to right. Ronald Mu ssche, Norman Metcalfe. Walnu t, preside. I of G.B lI. - W f-' 
\V 
Be I- 
manager of the team; Ron Dyer, Bob You ng. Jim Hagen. Deer Grove. Second row. *'a r>. 
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, , , , 
ford; Gene Hartz, Gail Gonigam, and Gene Lind. Those not present for the pictu re were, Gordon Shipp, Les Atwell, Jerry Levitt, Larr. 
Neff, Stanley Hopkins. 
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Banquet 
To nig ht 
c 


The 
F i r s t 
Annu al 
City 
Leagu e Softball and slow Pitch 
softball banqu et will lu * held 
tonight at the Rrown Shingle 
Ai 8 :3« p.m. The meeting is 
open lo the pu blic. 
Clete Bo yer Belts 
Gra nd Sla m Ho mer 
.Brig ht Ag ain in 1 967 
Dix ie Fo o tball Outlo o k 


Cedar Rapids hitlers u ntil the 
fifth 
when 
Bo b 
Schaefer 
slammed a solo homer. It was 
Bryce’s ninth win against eight 
losses. 
Elsewhere. Dick Schryer and 
Ivey Armstrong led Du bu qu e to 
a 
7 • 1 
win over Clinton 
as 
Schryer drove in two ru ns and 
Armstrong three. 
Frank Mu lligan, helping his 
own cau se with a single and a 
dou ble, 
scattered 
two hits 
to 
earn Bu rlington a 
5 -8 shu tou t 
over 
Waterloo 
in 
the 
second 
game of a dou bleheader. 
Dick 
Fernandez slammed two singles 
for Bu rlington in the nightcap 
with one coming in the third to 
drive in two ru ns, 
i 
Waterloo won the first gam e, 
4-2. with Tony Mu ser driving in 
three ru ns on a single, dou ble 
and a home ru n. 
Minton White powered a three 
-ru n homer to lead Decatu r to 
a 6 - 1 
victory over Qu incy. 
Pitcher Mike Wysocki scattered 
eight hits and gave u p a solo 
homer to 
Rich 
Paldt 
in 
the 


By JO E G ERGEN 
L'PI Sports Writer 


Clete 
Boyer is one cou ntry 
boy who dislikes the wide open 
spaces. 


Boyer, born in the ham let of 
Cossville, Mo., which isn’t big 
enou gh 
to 
qu alify 
for 
the 
Almanac, prefers .to ho 
fenced 
in when performing his baseball 
feats. 
Thu s, the slick-fielding third 
basem an has been overjoyed by 
his 
switch 
from 
the 
roomy 
pastu res of Yankee Stadiu m to 


before Boyer broke the gam e infielder, drove in five ru ns with ¡n a senes sizing u p the 1987 
a triple and two singles as the c 
0u ege 
football 
season 
by 


Editors note: This is another già Tech and Larry Smith of 
(1 2 tou chdowns) last fall while eighth. 


open with two ou t. 
Cincinnati 
snapped 
Philadel- ¡ Giants 
raked 
Hi ree^ 
Dodger geographical regions 


By DAVID M. M OFFIT 


ATLANTA (UP1) 
— College 


Florida. Snow, a senior, led the 
region 
in ru shing 
and 
scoring 


Smith led the 
SEC 
in 
ru shing 
althou gh only a sophomore 


Qu ad Cities at Appleton were 
washed ou t by rain. 


phia’s 
eight - game 
winning 
hu rlers for 16 hits. Ollie Brown 


| streak 
and 
moved back 
into had fou r hits in five at bats and 
i second in the NL race w ith a 
1-0 Willie Mays hit a solo homer his 


victory, 
New’ 
York 
football 
fans 
in 
Dixie 
are 
blanked i 17 th. 
Joe Gibbon pitched 
a 
nar^ottinir St Lou is 2-0 
San 
three-hitter 
for his 
sixth 
win singinc lhal sam e sweet retrain 
Francisco shelled Los Angeles 
while 
Bill Singer’s 
winning 
again: 
"Everything s 
Coming 
defeated ' streak was snapped at seven. 
Jim Wynn’s 
31st 
homer, 
a 
Co mp uter, Bo o k ies 


11-1 
and 
Hou ston 
Chicago 5-3. 


Hank 
Aaron 


Up Roses.” 
Fresh off a season in which 


hit 
his 
32nd 
..., 
three-ru n shot, climaxed a five- seven team s were rated among 
ih thn ru n eighth inning that propelled the top 14 in the nation and 
11 n m e 
. 
. 
^ 
l.i/Jc 
(tin m i t l nnk 
Winner 


hom er for the Braves with the ^ 
^ tros past the Cu bs 
Ru n- received bowl bids, the ou tlook 
DU QUOIN, 111. (I P I > —The the pole position with Stanley Hambo record for heals driven 
bases empty 
i n 
the 
first 
and 
. 
s i n i ) , e s bv D()Ulf R ader 
f o r f o o t b al l in the Sou theast this oddsm akers say it will be a Dancer in the bike, is the 
7 - 5 with 5 3 in the classic s second 
starter Phil Niekro, with ninth 
\ l o r e a n 
preceded I fad is .iu st as rosV a tia m - 
\ Straw berry Roan bu t a cotnpu 
choice of the oddsmakers at the j beat, will pilot Pomp iiom the 
T here’s good reason to believe ter 
is 
betting 
on 
a 
pastu res ot laiiKee oiau iu iii in 
| 
i 
T 
r 
x 
c 
i 
v 
a 
v 
i 
; 
the 
cozy 
confines 
of 
Atlanta iniu n^ 
’ Wynn's clou t off reliever Chu ck 
Stadiu m. 
His 
delight 
has 
not j notche(1 hls 101,1 Vlct0^ ' a ^a 
i 
Hartenstein 
which 
raised 
the that 
Alabama, 
Georgia 
and j today’s 
42nd 
edition 
seven losses. Dennis Ribant, 1he I ou tfielder’s RBI total to 96. Don Miami will all be mighty close i Hambletonian, 
the 
"Kentu cky 


bay 
in | track w here belting is forbid-j No. 3 post position, 
of 
ihe den 


been shared by National Leagu e 
pitchers. 


"T hat wou ld have been ju st 
another long fly in New Y or k " , 
stored 
(he 
Ramt, s 
said Boyer after belting a grand 
................ 
e 
... 


third of fou r Pirate hu rlers, was 
charged with the loss. 


Vada 
Pinson 
dou bled 
and 


Wilson was the beneficiary of to the top w hen the final 19 67 , Derby of Harness Racing " 
Wynn’s homer, picking u p his rankings come ou t and Tcnnes- 
10th victory in 19 decisions. 


only ru n on Lee M ay’s sacrifice 
fly in the seventh inning as the 
Reds 
climbed 
to 
within 
10 
games of the Cards. Relievers 
Billv 
McCool 
and 
Tod 
Aber- 
r 
,r 7 r . ; v ^ k . . , s ,a di„ m |na th y preserved the victory for 
those ftelds at Yankee Stadiu m! 
r _old 
Gary 
NoUn> 
who 


slam homer in the eighth inning 
of Tu esday night's 7 -3 vic toryi 
over Pittsbu rgh. “ My power is to 
left and left-center. It’s abou t 7 0 
feet 
fu rther 
to 
the 
fence 
in 


than it is here.” 


F or the record, Boyer’s blast 
sailed over the 
loft 
centerfield 
fence, 
approxim ately 
390 
feet 
from home plate. It was his 
second grand slam hom er of the 
season and his 23rd home ru n. 
five more than he hit in his best 
year with the Yankees. 


New High 


allowed 
six 
hits 
in 
seven 
innings. 
Jim 
Bu nning 
yielded 
only two hits, yet su ffered his 
11th defeat. 
| ST. LOUIS 
Cal Koonce’s five-hit pitching i Cincinnati 


and Ron Swoboda's 10th homer 
qjji ^ aGO 
; of the season 
paced 
the 
last-1 s an Francisco 
j place 
Mets 
to 
their 
se cond! Atlanta 
I victory over St. Lou is in the last Pittsbu rgh 
three 
games. 
Koonee, 
who !los AnSc^ 's 


see, Mississippi, Georgia Tech 
and Florida cou ld all find a spot 
in the list. 
When A labam a’s Bear Bryant 


The oddsm akers pick Speedy 
D ancer has made seven tr ie s ! Streak, driven by Del Cameron, 
in the Hambo withou t a win. 
a two-time winner, for second 
The 
U.S. 
Trotting 
Associa- ai 
3.1 
art drate Speed Model, 
Bu t 
sentiment 
is 
ru nning 
_ 
strong for other entries in the lion’s IBM compu ter at Colu m- 
a{ 
3.1 arKj 
rate 
Speed 
Mod( 
closely m atched field of a dozen pu t its mou th where the money 
at 
6-1. 
3-year-old 
trotters 
and 
there and perform ance statistics and 
-------------- 
were some “ hold you r horses” 
reinstated 
qu arterback 
Kenny | rcbu ttals to the selections of the 
(Snake) Stabler who had been handicappers and the electronic 
bou nced for "non-conformity, 
railbird. 


National Leagu e 
W. L. Pet. GB 
81 
51 
71 
61 
68 
60 
70 
62 
7 0 
62 


.61 4 
.538 10 
.531 11 
.530 11 
.530 11 


he 
reconfirmed 
the 
Crimson 
Tide 
as 
the 
favorite 
in 
the 
Sou theastern Conference — re- 
i garded by m any as the tou ghest 
college 
football 
conference 
in 
the cou ntry. 
Perfect Record 


Some 40,000 fans were expect­ 
ed in the stands by 2 p.m. CD’I 


pu t its mou th where .the money 
is—on a bay nam ed Pomp. 
Pomp, a colt with a beatle- 
type 
mop, 
has 
won 
more 
money, 
$1 3 3 ,000, than any of the 
nine colts and three 
fillies in the 
post time to find ou t who is race. He is the son of Star's 
right. They cou ld be in for a Pride, who finished second in 
long afternoon. A straight two- the 
1 95 0 Hambletonian and then 


The 
compu ter, 
which 
made 
wrong 
picks 
in 
the 
last 
two 
Hambletomans, selected K r y* 
stone Pride for second, Speedy 
Streak for third. Dazzling Speed 
for fou ilh 
and 
Speed 
Model 
fifth. 


Fou rth Richest Pu rse 


At stake will be $122,650, the 
heat 
victory 
was 
viewed 
as sired five winners inclu ding the fou rth richest pu rse in Ramble* 


66 
63 
.512 134 
62 
69 
.47 3 18 Vi 
59 
7 0 
.457 20Vi 
55 
7 8 
.414 26 4 
51 
7 7 
.398 28 
^ 
— , _ _ _ _ _ _ 
, 
Thu rsday’s Resu lts 
produ ction pace to 81 with the 
the Cu bs on Au g. 2, was staked Hou ston •> Chicago 3 
which 
la a 
1 0 load in 
the fifth he A,lanta 7 
Pittsbu rgh 3 
11-, ° dL V 
* , , 
* ? 
Cincinnati 
1 Philadelphia 0 
Iito 
Swoboda s hom er off loser Dick ^ ew York 
2 St 
Lou is 0 


. 
j 
s a m c s- 
VVI*VI i Hou ston 
Boyer, 
whose 
nest 
previou s posted his third triu mph for the ^’cw York 
RBI ou tpu t was 68. hiked his Mots since being acqu ired from 


bases - loaded 
snapped 
a 
homer 
3-3 
tie. 
Francona’s single had driven in Hu ghes, 13-5. 
the 
tying 
ru n 
in 
the 
eighth 
Hal 
Lanier, 
a 
banjo-hitting 


New York 2 St. Lou is 0 
San Francisco 11 Los Angeles 1 
Today’s Probable Pitchers 
Hou ston 
(Wilson 
9 -8 ) 
at 
Chicago (Hands 5-7 , 2:30 p.m. 
Pittsbu rgh 
(Vealc 
14-7 ) 
at 
Atlanta 
(Lem aster 
8-8), 
8 :05 
p.m. 
Philadelphia 
(Short 
6-7 ) 
at 
Cincinnati 
(Pappas 
13-9 ), 8 :05 
p.m. 
New York (Fresolla 1-1) at St. 
Lou is (Jaster 7 -7 ). 9 p.m. 
Los 
at 
p.m. 
Thu rsday’s Games 


improbable. It cou ld go u p to last three. 
Ru t, Alabama, no. 3 behind j-ou r b ra {S with a one-hou r lapse 
H arry Pownall Sr., 64. Gosh- 


between each heat. 
Notre Dame and Michigan State 
last year despite being the only 
m ajor 
team 
with 
a 
perfect 
record, may have to share that 
crown again with the Georgia 
Bu lldogs (no. 4) since these two 
powers don't meet. 
Tennessee (no. 
14) 
and Ole 
Miss 
(no. 
12) 
mu st 
play 
Alabama and each other while 
Georgia plays only Ole Miss in 
this grou p. All fou r of these 
teams 
look 
so 
good 
that 
no 
m atter how their battles tu rn 
ou t it won’t really be an u pset. 
Florida (no. 11) lost Heisman 
trophy 
winner 
Steve 
Spu rrier 
and any hopes the Gators have 
of getting in to the act will 


en, N.Y., the oldest driver 
in 


Dazzling speed, the roan in the race who w ill set a new 


w 
’ 
« 
'/I 
,os Angeles (Drysdale 9 -13) deDenci u pon his replacement. 
San Francisco 
(Sadecki), 
11 Sophomorc Jackie Eckdahl is 


cast 
in 
a 
pre-season 
reserve 
| role bu t don't be su rprised if he 
j New York at Chicago 
! Los Angeles at Atlanta, night 
qu ickly becomes the Gator qu ar- 
San 
Francisco 
at 
Cincinnati, ; , 
, 
¡nb'ht 
terback. 
Hou ston at St. Lou is, night 
I 
M iami (no. 10) figu res to be 
! P h 
i 1 a d e lphia at Pittsbu rgh, the 
top 
independent 
in 
the 
night 
1 Sou theast 
with 
Georgia 
Tech 
Amcrican^t.cacuc^, 
(n() 
S) 
Ko jng wi(ho ut 
Bo bby 


Dodd as 
head coach for the first 
time in 
23 years, close behind. 
Both 
meet 
Notre 
Dame 
in 


Boston 
Minnesota 
Detroit 
CHICAGO 
California 
Washington 


Baltimore 
New Yot’k 
Kansas City 


.453 144 
ho no rs 
.447 154 ! 
" 


7 5 
58 
7 3 
5 7 
7 4 
5 8 
7 1 
5 9 
6 5 
6 5 
6 3 
6 9 
63 
70 
5 8 
7 0 
5 9 
7 3 
5 4 
7 6 
Tu esday’s Resu lts 
Boston 
2 
Now 
York 
1 (1st 
Twilight) 
New 
York 
4 Boston 
3 
night. 20 inns. 
Detroit 
4 
California 
2 
twilight) 
Detroit 
2 
California 
night) 
Washington 3 Chicago 0 (night) 
Cleveland 
9 
Kansas City 
8 
(night, 10 inns.) 
Baltimore 4 Minnesota 3 
T oday’s Probable Pitchers 


.564 
.562 
.561 
*2 


500 
8 4 November after a head-on clash 
47 7 114 °f their own so there’ll be a lot 
more at 
stake 
than 
sectional 


.415 19 4 


(1st, 


(2nd, 


2 
(1st, 


1 
(2nd, 


Au bu rn, Lou isiana State and 
Kentu cky all predict improve­ 
ment this fall bu t the competi­ 
tion is so tou gh that none of 
these three is expected to he in 
contention 
for 
the 
SEC 
title. 
Mississippi State and \ander- 
bilt, 
both 
with 
new 
head 
coaches, are slated to bring u p 
the rear again. 
Florida 
State, with qu arter­ 
back Gary Pajeic and flanker 


toman history. The winner will 
take $60,09 8 . 
second will pay 
$30.049 ; 
third, 
$14,423; 
fou rth, 
$9 .615, and fifth, $6,009 . 


Clear w eather with tem pera­ 
tu res in the low 8 0s and a fast 
track were predicted, bu t there 
were no forecasts of a record 
time. 
Leading 
the 
entries 
in 
the 
parade to the post will be re­ 
tired 22-year-old trotter Pronto 
Don, owned by the host Hayes 
F air Acres stable. 
He has per­ 
formed the chore 
10 times and 
this will lx> his last. 
John Simpson Sr., who drove 
Hickory 
Smoke 
to 
a 
Hambo 
win in 1957 and Ayres to an* 
! other in 1964 in record time of 
¡1:56 42 will drive Pronto in the 
|para de. 


Simpson, the top money win­ 
ning 
driver 
in 
Hambletonian 
I history, does not have an entry 
this year. 


Fastest Heat Tro phy 
The abo v e tro phy , the E. D. Landers Memo rial Tro ­ 
phy , will be awarded to the fastest heat winner Mo n­ 
day afterno o n at the Og le Co unty Fair. The races 
will be held Sunday and Mo nday at this y ear’s fair. 
E. D. Landers, a newspaper publisher in Oreg o n, 
was activ e fo r many y ears in the pro mo tio n o f sulky 
racing at the Og le Fair. (Pho to Co urtesy the Oreg o n 
Republiean-Repo rter.), 


Boston (Stephenson 2-0) at New Hon Sellers, and Tu lane, with 
York (Downing 12-7 ). 2 p.m. 
qu arterback 
Bobby 
Du hon, are 
Baltimore 
(B ragender 
3-3) 
at | a cou ple of independents on the 
Minnesota (Chance 17 -» ). ) p . i J . L p r l( |e Memphis Slate, which 
Chicago (Klates 2-3 
at Wash-! \ h 
. 
Vaiu v* 
ington (Pascu al 11-9), 8 :05 p.m. Pla >s 
m 
Hie 
Mis. u 
. ^ 
Detroit (Wilson 18 -9 ) at Califor- Conference next year may have i 
nia (McGlothlin 11-5), 11 p.m. 
one of its finest team s this fall j 
Cleveland (H argan 14-10) 
a ‘ bu t won't attract mu ch 
national 
Kansas 
City 
(Dobson 
8-8), 
8 | 
j(s llgtu . 
i p.m. 
T hu rsday’s Games 
weight schedu le. 
Washington 
at 
New’ 
York 
The 
brightest 
stars 
in 
the 
i>niGht) 
t 
, 
Sou theast this year shou ld be 
Baltim ore at Minnesota 
i 
... 
, 
. 
c 
. r .onr. 
Chicago at Boston (night) 
• tailbacks Lenny 


Snap That Ball, So n 
Oreg o n Hig h Scho o l Co ach Paul Ho lland tells o ne o f 
his charg es o ut fo r fo o tball this fall at the ho me o f 
the Hawks. Oreg o n will be o ut in fo rce this y ear to 
reg ain the lo st No rth Blackhawk cro wn, and to im­ 
pro v e o n its 6-3 wo n-lo ss mark set last y ear. (Pho to 
Co urtesy Oreg o n Republican-Re po rter). 


Tennis Teams 
Open To urney 


FORKST HILLS. N Y 
(LTD 
—Au stralian Roy B^merson and 
American Chu ck McKinley meet 
Eu ropean 
opponents 
Thu rsday 
in 
featu re 
matches 
of 
the 
opening rou nd program of the 
U.S. 
Lawn 
Tennis 
champion­ 
ships. 


Em erson, a former champion 
at 
Forest 
Hills 
and 
seeded 
second this year, faces George 
Goven of F rance and McKinley, 
a former Wimbledon titleholdcr, 
plays Mark Cox of England. 


Em erson is inclu ded in the 
field 
of 
talented 
Au stralians 
expected to dominate the meet 
at the West Side Tennis Clu b's 
I grass 
cou rts. 
Au ssie 
John 
Newcombe is top-seeded in the 
meet and will play Mike Estep 
of Dallas Friday. Third-seeded 
Tony Roche of Au stralia also 
opens 
Friday, 
meeting 
Gene 
Scott of St. James, N.Y. 


The entire lower half of the 
128 -man 
m en’s 
field 
is 
sche­ 
du led for Thu rsday, along with 
all the women who did not get 
first-rou nd byes. 


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D IX O N E V E N IN G T E L E G R A P H 
Wed., Aug. 3 0, 1 0 0 7 1 
Dateline: U.S. Forces 


Phalen, 713 Ottawa Av e., is a 
Scab o e with the Nav al Mo b ile 
Co nstru ctio n Battalio n 10, Po rt 
; Hu eneme, Calif. 


His b attalio n was recently cho - 
, sen “ Best o f Ty p e” amo ng the 
Pacific Seab ee b attalio ns. His 
b attalio n also recently b ecame 
the first Vietnam-dep lo y ed b at­ 
talio n to receiv e the Secretary 
o f the Nav y Unit Co mmendatio n 
fo r ex cep tio nal serv ice in p ro ­ 
v iding su p p o rt to Nav y and Ma­ 
rine Co rp s u nits in Vietnam. 


ROBERT L. RHOADS 


STEWARD 
—Airman Ro b ert 
L. Rho ads, so n o f Mr. and Mrs. 
Geo rge L. Rho ads, Rt. 1, has 
receiv ed his first U.S. Air Fo rce 
du ty assignment after co mp let­ 
ing b asic training at Lackland 
A KB. Tex . 


He has b een assigned to Grif- 
fiss AFB. N. Y., fo r training 
and 
du ty 
as 
a 
co nstru ctio n 
eq u ip ment o p erato r. 


Airman Rho ads is a 19 6 7 grad­ 
u ate o f Paw Paw High Scho o l. 


* 
* 
* 


Cadet Daniel H. Reigle. 21. 
so n o f Mr. and Mrs. Dav id G. 
Reigle. 
Rt 
1. attended Army 
Reserv e Officers' Training Co rp s 
camp at Ft. Riley , Kan., this 
su mmer. 
Reigle is a stu dent at Wheato n 
Co llege, Wheato n. Up o n gradu a­ 
tio n 
fro m co llege, he will b e 
co mmissio ned a seco nd lieu ten­ 
ant in the U.S. Army . Reigle is 
a 19 84 gradu ate o f Dix o n High 
Scho o l. 


RALPH G. GOVIG 


ROCHELLE — Airman Ralp h 
G. Go v ig, so n o f Mr. and Mrs. 
Jo hn L. Go v ig, Rl. 2. has re­ 
ceiv ed his first U.S. Air Fo rce 
du ty assignment after co mp let­ 
ing b asic training at Lackland 
AFB, Tex . 


He has b een assigned to Beale 


AFB. 
Calif., 
fo r 
training 
and 
du ty as a co nstru ctio n sp ecial­ 
ist. 


Airman Go v ig is a 1966 gradu ­ 
ate o f Ro chelle To wnship High 
Scho o l. 


* 
* 
* 


WALNUT—Cp l. Darrell Lau r- 
itzen is ho me o n a 20-day leav e. 
He recently retu rned fro m du ty 
in the Western Pacific, where 
he serv ed as 
an 
admiral’s o r­ 
derly to the co mmander o f Am­ 
p hib io u s Gro u p One when he 
to u red 
Singap o re 
and 
Jap an. 
Fo llo wing his leav e he will re­ 
p o rt to du ty at Camp Pendleto n, 
Calif., where he will serv e with 
the Fifth Marine Div isio n. 


• 
* 
* 


OREGON — Tech. Sgt. Jam es 
L. Carp enter, so n o f Mr. and 
Mrs. 
Jo hn 
A. 
Carp enter, 
204 
Ninth St., is o n temp o rary du ty 
with the U.S. Air Fo rce Perso n­ 
nel Research Lab o rato ry , Lack­ 
land AFB, Tex . 


Carp enter is o ne o f sev eral 
senio r no nco mmissio ned o fficers 
cho sen to rev ise the Sp ecialty 
Kno wledge 
Tests 
in 
the 
Air 
Fo rce fu el sy stems career field. 


Up o n co mp letio n o f his sp ecial 
assignment. Carp enter will re­ 
tu rn to Offu tt AFB, Neb ., where 
he serv es as a fu el sy stems tech­ 
nician. 


He attended Ro ck Falls High 
Scho o l. 
His wife, Jean, is the dau gh­ 
ter o f Mrs. Bertha Niedermeier 
o f Mintu rn, Ark. 


While o n the U.S.S. American, 


Eb au gh receiv ed a co m m enda­ 


tio n fo r “ p ro fessio nalism and de­ 
v o tio n to du ty du ring the lo ng 
ho u rs sp ent in the intensiv e care 
o f the sev erely wo u nded men 
[ab o ard the U.S.S. Lib erty .” 


Eb au gh receiv ed his o p erating 
technician 
training 
at 
Great 
Lakes Nav al Training Center. 


He sp ent 18 mo nths in Trini­ 
dad as an o p erating technician 
and o ne y ear ab o ard the U.S.S. 
America as Chief OR. Techni­ 
cian. 


A 19 6 3 gradu ate o f Dix o n High 
Scho o l, Eb au gh p lans to co ntinu e 
his medical training at Minne­ 
ap o lis this fall. 


Jo sep h R. Green. 28. so n o f 
Mrs. Op alt Green, Lee Co u nty 
Nu rsing Ho me, was p ro mo ted to 
Army staff sergeant Au g. 15 at 
Ft. Carso n, Co lo ., where he is 
serv ing with the Fifth Infantry 
Div isio n. 


A gu n chief in Battery A. 5 th 
Battalio n o f the div isio n’s fo u rth 
| Artillery , 
Green 
entered 
the 
Army in 19 56 and was last as- 
sgned in Vietnam. He has re- 
¡ceiv ed the Co mb at Infantry man 
Badge. 
* 
* 
* 


OREGON—Airman 2.C. Rich­ 
ard G. Rho ads, so n o f Mr. and 
Mrs. Merv in R. Rho ads, 402 S. 
Six th St., is o n du ty at Udo rn 
Ro y al Thai AFB, Thailand. 


Rho ads Is an electrical p o wer' 
sp ecialist. 


Befo re his arriv al in Thailand, 
he was assigned to the 773 rd Ra- 
j dar Sq u adro n at Mo ntau k Air 
Fo rce Statio n. N. Y. 


He is a gradu ate o f Orego n 
l Co mmu nity High Scho o l and a t­ 
tended Wisco nsin State Univ er­ 
sity , Plattev ille. 
Seaman Ret. Richard L. Han­ 
sen, so n o f Mr. and Mrs. Leo D. 
Hansen. 1009 Lo ng Av e., is u n­ 
dergo ing nine weeks o f b asic 
! training at the Nav al Training 
Center, San Diego , Calif. 
OREGON—Army Pfc. Eu gene 
R. Gann, 24, who se wife, Ce­ 
celia, liv es at 407 N. Fo u rth St., 
was assigned to the 11th Ar- 


STEVEN R. EBAUGH 
Petty Officer 3 .C. Stev en R. 
Eb au gh, 21, so n o f Mr. and Mrs. 
Do nald 
Eb au gh, 
217 
Dement 
Av e., will co mp lete fo u r y ears 
o f Nav y du ty when the U.S..S 
America do cks in No rfo lk. Va., 
the last week o f Sep temb er. 
Eb au gh sp ent the p ast nine 
mo nths in 
the Mediterranean, 
where the ship do cked in Italy , 
Greece, Sp ain, Malta and Tu r­ 
key . 


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DR. CURTIS H. MOORE, Dean 


Rockford Evening College 815/398/5880 


mo red Cav alry Regiment nea r 
Lo ng Giao , Vietnam, Au g. 11. 


Gann, a tank crewman in the 
regiment’s 2nd 
Sq u adro n, 
en­ 
tered the arm y in Ju ne. 19 6 6 , 
co m p leted b asic training at 1* t. 
Po lk, La., and was last sta­ 
tio ned at Ft. Bclv o ir, \ a . 


He is a 19 6 1 gradu ate o f Ore­ 
go n Co mmu nity High Scho o l. His 
p arents are Mr. and Mrs. Clar­ 
ence Gann, 806 W. Franklin St. 
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ROCHELLE - Pv t. Vo nda D. 
Bo u land. dau ghter o f Mr. a nd 
Mrs. Cleo L. Bo u land. Rt. 3 , 
co mp leted eight weeks o f b asic 
training at the Wo men’s Army 
Co rp s 
Center, 
Ft. 
McClellan, 
[Ala., Au g. 11. 


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DIXON, ILL 


Dix o n Ev ening Teleg ra ph 
P. 15 
Wed., Aug . 3 0 , 19 67 


Today 
Hi st ory 


T oday is W edn esday , Aug. 30, 
the 242n d day of 19 67 . T here are 
123 day s left in the y ear. 


T o d a y ’s highlight in history : 


On this d ate in 1645. a p eace 
tre a ty w as m ade by the Dutch 
an d In dian s at New A m sterdam . 
On this date: 
In 
30 B.C. C leop atra 
killed 
herself 
by lettin g 
an 
asp bite 
her. 
In 17 8 0, B en edict Arn old sen t 
a m essage to the British th at 
he would su rren d er the A m eri­ 
can fort at West Poin t. 
In 19 24, the D aw es p lan w as 
sign ed in Lon don , arra n g in g the 
W ar I rep aration s. 
In 
1945. 
Gen . 
Douglas 
Mac- 
A rth u r a rriv ed in J a p a n at the 
en d of World W ar IT an d set up 
h ea d qu a rte rs in Y okoham a. 
Also in 19 45. an in tern ation al 
co m m ittee in dicted 24 top G er­ 
m a n lead ers as m a jo r w a r c rim ­ 
in als. 
Ten y e a rs ago — U.S. officials 
said it w as kn own that the So­ 
v iet Un ion had tested sev eral in ­ 
tercon tin en tal ballistic missiles. 
F iv e y e a rs ago — P resid e n t 
Jo hn F . K en n edy design ated W. 
W illard Wirtz as se c re ta ry of 
labor. 
On e y e a r ago — F re n c h P re s i­ 
d en t C harles de G aulle a rriv ed 
in C am bodia an d w as p raised for 
his op p osition 
to 
the 
Vietn am 
w ar. 


Oregon 
Soci al Not es 


OREGON — The Oregon Wom- 
m a n ’s Relief Corp s will hold Fun d 
D ay W'edn esday at 2 p .m. in the 
Corp s home. E v ery on e atten din g 
is asked to brin g a sack lun ch 
for refreshm en ts. 
* 
* 
* 


The Pin e Creek W oman ’s Club 
Will m eet Sep t. 7 at 2 p .m. wn th 
Mrs. C. C. Sten gel, Polo. Mrs. 
H arry B aker 
an d 
Mrs. 
Albert 
S um m ers will assist. 
Mrs. 
B aker will be p rogram 
chairm an an d will p resen t Mrs. C. 
C. P halen who will giv e the p ro­ 
gram , “ Illin ois H istory ” . 


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File Folders 
File Cards 
Paper Clips 
Paper Fasteners 


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DIXON. ILL. 


STARTS THURS. 
AUGUST 31 


TRI-COUNTY 
FAIR 
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THE WAYLORS 
MINNIE PEARL 
ROBBIE STAFF 


JULIUS LA ROSA 
THE YOUNG FOLK 
RANDY BROWN 
RON URBAN 


STATE CHAMPIONSHIP 
DEMOLITION DERBT 


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PONY SHOW 
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Aug. 31 thru Labor Day 


The Wo rry Clinic 


By DR. GEORGE W. CRANE 
CASE D-539 : 
H en ry G., aged 
38 , has m a rrie d a div orcee. 
1 


“ But, 
Dr. 
C ra n e .” -H en ry I 
grumbled, “ I thin k 
she 
is 
still 
carry in g the torch for h er first; 
husban d! 
“ Oh 
it isn ’t 
that 
she 
talks | 
about him or co m p a res me un - j 
fav orably 
with 
him 
reg ard in g 
m y in com e or education . 
“ But she d o esn 't show much 
a rd o r in the bedroom . 
“ On ou r hon ey m oon , she was 
w on derful, but 
after 
the 
first 


> ear an d the a rriv a l of our ba by 
boy , she has been diffident a nd 
in clin ed to p ut m e off or p ro ­ 
crastin a te. 


“ An d she usually stay s up late 
so I will hav e gon e to bed, for I 
thin k she hop es I will then be 
asleep befo re she arriv es. 
“ Dr. 
Cra ne, 
m a y be 
I 
a m 
just unduly jea lo us, but this 
la ck o f ea g er enthusia sm in 
o ur 
bo udo ir 
is m akin g 
nu* 
ca ustic a nd bitter. 
“ So I hav e baw led her out on 
sev eral occasion s an d last w eek 


I got so irate T stop p ed at a j 
tav ern an d got drun k. 
“ Do y ou thin k I m ad e a mis-j 
take in this m a r r ia g e ? ” 
Wiv es, if y ou hav e been m ar- ' 
ried before, by all m ean s be on 
g u ard again st creatin g the im ­ 
p ression that y ou r secon d h u s­ 
ban d is p lay in g “ secon d fiddle.” 
E v en durin g a first m a rria g e , 
h u sban ds 
often 
gru m ble 
an d 
• grip e about this sam e erotic in ­ 
ertia of their wiv es. 
But in first m a rria g e s, there 
t is n o fo rm er hu sban d who be- 
i com es this d an g erou s bugaboo. 
Most wiv es d on ’t ev en realize 
th at th ey a re diffiden t an d e v a ­ 
siv e in their boudoir behav ior. 
F o r they u su ally ju st act n at- 
I ural! 


But “ na tura l” a rdo r In the 
ma rried wo ma n who se 
busy 
da y is preo ccupied with child 
rea ring , 
co o king , 
PTA 
a nd 
church m eeting s, is fa r less 
tha n her m a te’s. 
T h a t w ouldn ’t cau se too much 
trouble 
if 
m en 
realized 
that 
w om en a re n ot born to be sex y 
c re a tu re s. 
But the erron eou s Kin sey re ­ 
p ort, p lus lewd stories told to 
teen -age boy s by salesm en who 
hav e p atron ized houses of p ro s­ 
titution , hav e sp rea d the false 
I n otion 
th a t 
w om en 
a re 
v ery 


erotic. 
T h a t’s a tra g ic fallacy of m il­ 


lion s of husban ds. 
The usual wife does n ot seek 
j boudoir in dulgen ce 
m o re than 


on ce p er w eek, 
if she 
has chil-! 
dren or is em p loy ed outside the 
home. 
“ But, D r. C ra n e ,” y ou m ay 
p rotest, “ m an y w om en a re con -J 
stan tly crav in g affairs, ev en to 
the p oin t of n y m p h om an ia. How 
do y ou recon cile v our statem en t 
with 
such 
sex y 
m odern 
fe­ 
m a le s? ” 
E asy ! 
Those fem ales a re goaded in to 
ex cessiv e in terest in sex to cov ­ 
er up in n er sex ual in feriority 
feelin gs, or fear of losin g their 
m ate. 
They are often sterile wiv es 
or 
afflicted 
with 
disfigurin g 
sc ars or social stigm as which 
m ake 
them 
sex y 
in 
their 
m in ds; n ot in their p erin eum ! 


To us doctors, they usually 
adm it that they are sp u rred on ­ 
ward by a feelin g that “ I'm n ot 
all there as a w o m an .” 
So they activ ely seek affairs 
to ap p ease their w oun ded fem i­ 
n in e ego, bu t n ot becau se of 
p ru ritic desire. (See to m o rro w 's 
follow-up ). 
Sen d for m y booklet “ Sex Dif­ 
feren ces 
Betw een 
M en 
an d 
W om en ,” 
en closin g 
a 
lon g 
stam p ed, retu rn en v elop e, p lus 
; 20 cen ts. 
(A lw ay s w rite to D r. C ran e 
in care of this n ew sp ap er, e n ­ 
closin g a lon g stam p e d , a d ­ 
dressed en v elop e an d 20 cen ts 
to cov er ty p in g an d p rin liug 
costs when y ou sen d for on e 
of his booklets.) 


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DIXON EVENING TELEGRAPH 
Wednesday . August 30, 1967 


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WITH 
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<)uantits R ig h ts R eserved 
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St. Regis Brand White 
Paper Plates... Ti£ 59* 


2 c Off Label — Lady Scott 
Bathroom Tissue 8 rolls I 


2c Off Label — Lady Scott 
Facial T i s s u e 4 Z'S, 
s I 


Rt'alemon Reconstituted 
Lemon Juice... 49° 


Armour’s 
Treet..........IVr 49° 


Sfarkist 
Chunk Tuna... 65° 


0 ° 


Domino Pure Cane 
Sugar 


-lb . 
b ag 


Kroger Vac Pac 


Limit I with coupon at 
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only 
both fresK 
b eef S'* 
and tender any 


o u rself: Th ere’s 


Y 
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Coffee 


Reg. or Lo-Cal 
Welchade 
3 
$l 
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2ic CASH OFF 
§ 
the regular price 
’ 
10-lb. Domino SUGAR 
g 
8 0c with coupon and 
g 
$5 or more Purchase 


< 5 
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F-4 
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§ 
2-lb. Kroger COFFEE 
§ 
99c with coupon and 
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Limit 1 with coupon 
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Choose Reg. or Drip Grind 


Save 20« Johnson's 
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Best Rite Notebook 
Paper 


Save 25c . Del Monte 
Catsup 


300-ct. 
pkg. 


14*ez. 
btls. 
$<fl 00 


Kraft PARKA Y 
Margarine 
28c 
Fresh Frozen for Fl avor 
Kraft 
Velveeta 
Miracle Whip 
i!'r49c 


Kratt 
Mi 
For ('« Miking and Baking 
Pet Milk 
2 
Campbell’s TOMATO 
Soup 


2 
ein.95c 


qt. 


Large 
Cans 33c 


Bet1\ Crocker 
'"c-::1- 
i 2 c 


19-Oz. 
Cake Mix 
^3 5 c 


Dog Food 
V!,n 8c 


5 £ 55c 


(¿ old Medal 
Flour 
Log Cabin 
Syrup 
Kroger MANDARIN 
Oranges 


12-Of. 
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b ä 
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Sun Go ld 
Saltili 


Embassy 


8S 


1 -lb . 


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Grape Jeüy 
ÏT 39c 


Kroger Froz. UNSWEETENED 
Orange Juice 


The ri al tiling fresh frozen 
from Florida I 


6 -OZ. 
cans 
7 9 « 


Sav e 10c - Kroger Frozen 
Lemonade 6 V;;,V 59c 


Kroger “ Frozen in Butter Sauce” 
Vegetables 4 pkgs. $1 


Kroger Reg. or Crinkle Cut 
French Fries 
10c 
Patio MEXICAN 
Dinner 


pkg. 


15 
pkg-s. 
2 
15-07 .. 


Pet Kitz Peach or Apple 
Pie........... 
ea. 


S I 


5 5 c 


Fresh from our Ovens 


Kroger WIENER or 
Sandwich Buns 


Baked light for softer, smoother 
tex ture — delicious flav or. 


5 S í * 1 


Kroger - Sa\e the 
Sandwich Bread 4 
if $ I 


R« *g. or Carmel leed 
Breakfast Rolls 3 ,‘fV *1 


SAVE 17 c 
Country Rolls 
3 12-ct. s I 
pkgs. 
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Old Fashioned 
Egg Whip Cake ZC' 5S‘ 


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D a w n Fresh 
Skim Milk, Buttermilk, 
Fruit Drinks, Whipping Cream, 
Sour Cream Dips 


Your 
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3 s * l 


Kroger Pimento - Brick - Swiss - 
Sharp - American 
Sliced Cheese.. 3 XV. sl 


Kroger'Dawn Fresh (2-lb. 5 7 c) 
Cottage Cheese ...Vf 29e 


Blue Bonnet 
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Chef Delight - 5 c Off Label 
Cheese Spread 2 
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Gillette 
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Alka Selizer... .. size 47° 


$1.15 Size 
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Rise 
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Pickles 
4 9 c 


48-oz. 
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Smoked Ham 


Whole or Butt 


Portion 


US Choice Tendoray 


CH OICE CENTER CUTS 
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Who le o r Half 
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§ 
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Ì 
Chuck 
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US Cho ice Ten de ray SHOULDER 
Grill Steak «>. 69c 
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Fo r So u p s 
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Bo n rle.s Stew Meat o r « .ro u n d 
Itn u n d o r Gro u n d Chin k 


BACON SALE 
Old Favorite 
Sliced 
£ ( 
Bacon 1:0« 


Mo rrell All Meat Nkin lc 
Wieners 
4 
SILVER PLATTER PORK 
Sliced in Chops 
i Pork A Q 
Loin . . Du 


Perch (5 -Ib. #1 .Af*> 
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Fres-Shn re Brd 
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Mickelberry (2-lb. $1.57 ) 
Sliced Bacon... 


Armo u r (2-lb. $I.B9 ) 
Sliced Bacon .. 


Calu met o r Thrift Bran d 
Sliced Bacon 2 


Hy grade E M ) CUT 
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Hy grade CENTERS 
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with p iiriha.e I-lb. o r mo re 
8 1 .If El) Rl i f o r 
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Sn o w Valley 10-14 lb. Av g. 
Hen Turkeys 
».33c 


Kay Bee 5-o z. Size 
Grill Steaks 
10i$14! 


USDA tirade A W'ishbo n e 
Ducklings 
ib. 49c 


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. . . ju st the way y o u like it. 


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All Meat o r All Brrf >ktn lr*s 
OSf AK MAYER WIENERS 
Pork Steaks 
With p u ri-lmn e 11-0/. 
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SMOKIE I,INKS 
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with p tirrh» » - I do *, o r mo re 
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ju icy . . . rich in Vitamin A. 
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3 -lh. o r mo re 
A P P L E S 


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Ev ery p ackage o f Kro ger Fresh 
Fru its an d Vegetables mu st be 
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DIXON EVENING TELEGRAPH 
Pag e 20 
Wednesday , Aug ust 30, 1967 
Bo y le Ju mp s 
To Co n clu sio n s 


Mt. Mo rris News 


Bx 
HAL 
BOYLE 
NEW YORK (A P) — J um ping 
to conclusions: 


The m ost despera te R om eos, 
a s any nig ht club chorus g irl 
will tell y ou, 
are 
middle-ag ed, 
ba ld-hea ded men who used to 
ha v e 
curly 
air. 
They 
try 
to 
hold on to rom ance harder than 
a ny one. 


Kat men ha le hot wea ther, not 
beca use it ca uses them to per­ 
spire 
so 
much, 
hut 
beca use 
tha t’s the sea son when it’s ha rd­ 
est 
for 
them 
to 
keep 
their 
shirtta il in. 


The two most inept film s of 
19 67 so far are 
“ Luv ,” starring 
J a ck 
Lemmon, 
and 
“ Woman 
T im es Sev en.” sta rring Shirley 
M a cLaine. 
Each 
makes 
the 
a udience w ince at the w a ste of 
the ta lents of a fine perform er 
hopelessly m isca st. 
You’re an old-tim er if y ou can 
rem em ber when the neig hbor­ 
hood 
beer parlor on 
Friday 
nig ht serv ed all the free shrimp 
y ou could eat. 
It is hard to whip the problem 
of inflation sing lehanded, but at 
lea st a fellow' can quit hav ing | 
lunch at restaurants that 
charg e j 
ex tra 
for 
roquefort 
cheese 
dressing on the salad. 
Some banks now g iv e y ou a 
billfold or an alarm clock if y ou 
open a new sa v ing s a ccount. A 
friend of ours, howev er, is a 
holdout. He sa y s he is g oing to 
keep on hiding his ca sh under 
the 
m a ttress 
until 
his 
bank 
sta rts g iv ing a wa y color telev i­ 
sion sets. 
Three out of fiv e people who 
g iv e up cig a rettes im m edia tely 
double the number of cups of 
coffee they drink a day . 
There’s quite a difference be­ 
tween the g uy who rolls up his 


sleev es 
before 
ta ckling a 
job 
and the g uy w ho shows up at the 
office in short sleev es. 


W e’re g etting a bit tired of 
Freudian 
sports 
writers 
who 
spend so much time a na ly zing 
the psy cholog ica l m otiv es of the 
coaches and 
the 
play ers 
that 
they don't hav e any spa ce left to 
tell us what a ctua lly happened 
during the g a m e. 


In an em erg ency y ou can a l­ 
w a y s borrow $10 from a pudg y j 
g uy 
who 
chew s 
cig a rs 
and j 
w ea rs a big g old-set ruby ring , j 
But a g uy w ho wea rs pince-nez j 
g la sses will turn y ou down ev - j 
ery time. 


There 
a re 
more 
bartenders 
who need ea rm uffs than hearing 
a ids. 


One of the rea sons w e’d hate 
to be a colleg e president is that 
the job is so dig nified y ou are 
ex pected to use both a knife and 
fork while ea ting wa term elon at 
a fund-raising dinner. 


“ P ilg rim ’s 
P rog ress” 
has 
been reg a rded a s a cla ssic for 
three centuries, but the odds are 


10 to 1 that y ou ha v e nev er seen 
a ny one 
rea ding a 
copy while 
wa iting in a bus sta tion. 


The cold winds of Nov em ber 
will do more to a ba te the mini­ 
skirt menace than all the hot air 
eng endered 
by outra g ed 
ma le 
m ora lists. 


I nev er m et a woman wrho 
wea rs conta ct lenses who hasn't 
lost at lea st one. 
An 
Am erica n 
suburb 
is 
a 
pla ce where, thoug h a man liv e 
a s 
bla m elessly as 
did 
Albert 
Schw eitzer, he would still be re­ 
g arded a s a neig hborhood bum 
if 
he 
perm itted 
cra bg ra ss 
to 
g row 
unheeded 
on 
his 
front 
lawn. 


MOUNT MORRIS - The Nig ht 
Unit of the Og le County Home Ec­ 
onomics Ex tension will meet Sept. 


6, at 8 p m ., at the home of Mrs. 
Marion 
Zumdahl, 
with 
Shirley 
Bethkc, as assistant hostess. 


The major lesson is “ Selection 
and Use of Small Appliances’’ 
g iv en by Esther Dona and Elaine 
Piepcr. 
The minor lesson, “ What’s New 
in Social Security ” will be g iv en 
by Ethel Dohlen. 
* 
* • 


The Og le County Historical So­ 
ciety held its annual picnic m eet­ 
ing at Lowden Memorial Park, 
Oreg on, at 6 p.m. on Monday , with 


68 members and g uests present. 
The business meeting was called 
to order by the president, Mr. 
Wilbur Lig ht, Leaf Riv er, who 
welcomed Mrs. Francis Burchell, 
Dr. and Mrs. Goering , and other 
g uests. It was decided to dispense 
with the reading of the minutes, 
but a brief treasurer’s report was 
g iv en. 
A motion was made to hav e a 
tour this Fall, the date to be an­ 
nounced later. 


Mrs. Horn of Dav is J unction, 
made a report of g ifts recently 
g iv en to the Society , among them 
some g oblets g iv en by Mrs. Bur­ 
chell. 
A surv ey of the cem eteries in 
the county is being undertaken. 
Mention wa s made of the Sept. 


9 parade at Stillman Valley . 
An inv itation by Mr. ami Mrs. 
Ellery Robbins of Stillman Valley , 
for their 50th wedding anniv ersary 
was read. This is to be held at 
the 
Cong reg ational 
church 
in 
Stillman Valley , Oct. 15, at 2 to 
5 p.m. 
The nex t board meeting will be 
held at King s, at the home of Mr. 
and Mrs. J oe Bailey . The annual 
m eeting will 
be 
held 
at 
Polo, 
Nov . 27 . The pla ce will lie an­ 
nounced later. 


By JTM SOMERS 
Lee County Farm Adsisei 


Po lo J Sem 


M rs. Lelah Shipman ha s re­ 
turned from sev era l d a y s’ v isit 
with her son-in-law' and da ug h­ 
ter, Mr. and Mrs. La Verne E d­ 
wa rds, Lanark. 


The U niv ersity of Illinois will 
offer a course 
in Ornamental 
Ga rdening at Rock Fa lls Senior 
Hig h School beg inning in Sep­ 
tem ber. 


• 
* 
• 


We ha v e had sev era l inquiries 
about the Corn Yield Ca lcula tor 
which 
wa s written 
up in 
the 
P ra irie Fa rm er. We now ha v e 
a supply of these a v a ila ble in 
our office for 50 cents ea ch. This 
little slide rule w a s dev eloped by 
U niv ersity of Illinois Colleg e of 
Ag riculture eng ineers. 
* 
* 
* 


Lee County w ea ther notes—the 
a v era g e da tes of the first killing 


j frost in the fall is Oct. 1-5 in the 


'north ha lf and Oct. 10-15 in the 


south ha lf; the a v era g e da tes of 


the 
la st 
killing 
frost 
in 
the 


spring is April 30 to May 5 with 


! the ex ception of an a rea consist­ 


ing of about one-third of the 


south and southw est parts of the 


county w here it is April 25-30, 


the a v era g e precipita tion from 


April 
throug h 
Sept. 
is 
22-24 


inches with the ex ception of the 


southea st corner of the county 


w here it is 20-22; 
the a v era g e 


a nnual precipita tion is under 34 
inches. 


* 
* 
* 


If y ou put y our foot in a hot 
ov en and y our head in a deep 
freeze, on the a v era g e y ou ’ll be 
com forta ble. 


• 
• 
D 


About 200 a ttended 
the 
Lee 
County L iv estock F eeders A sso­ 
cia tion Tour Thursda j ev ening . 
Irv in Arne, 
Ken J ohnson and 
J im W illrett w ere a ll doing a 
g ood job 
of 
feeding and had in­ 
teresting 
stories to tell. 


Many of the thing s w hich E x ­ 
tension Specialist 
Harry Russell 


had to sa y is printed In two Uni­ 
v ersity 
of 
Illinois 
circula rs 
which w ere handed out. These 
a rc a v a ila ble from our office. 
They 
are: 
19 67 
Beef 
Cattle 
Feeding 
Sug g estions 
and 
19 67 
Beef M a na g em ent Sug g estions. 


Pla n to attend the Fa ll L iv e­ 
stock Outlook M eeting at the 4 H 


'Center at fi p m Sept. 8. 
Get entries in for the Sept. • 
Barrow Show. It is sponsored by 
the Lee County Pork Producers 
A ssn. and will be held at the 4-H 
Center. Write for rules and en­ 


try blank. 


R eserv e Sept. 13 to attend the 
Dix on E x perim ent 1* ield Day . 


IT ’S EXAM T IM E FOR 
YO U N G STERS’ EYES! 


Have Their Vision Checked 
Before They Go Back to School 


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DIXON EVENING TELEGRAPH 
Pag e 21 
Wednesday , Aug ust SO, 1967 
MR. TWEEDY 


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ALLEY OOP 
By V. T. Hamlin 


AWRIGHT, TURN ME 
LOOSE AN'I'LL TAKE 
YOU WITH ME... 


...BUT THAT MOUNTAIN i OH, I'LL GET 
COUNTRY'LL BE 
YOUR AX 
PRETTY DANGEROUS , FOR YOU.. I 
WITHOUT A 
WEAPON* N 


THE BORN LOSER 
HEY, You'Re ROT SUPPOSED TO 
SIT IM THAT 
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B y A rt S a n son i 
- a 
RI66 YOUtóSTER, 6UT HE HAS A 
<=r) J o 
OEPIMTE PERSONALITY PROBLEM/ „ 


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CAPTAIN EASY 


THE 
BIRD AMP 
30TTLE INM 
IN THE 
ENGLISH 
COUMTRy - 
6IP&... 


By Leslie Turner 


i t h o u g h t v d u ’d A v o l r G P A M P M O T H SR ; 
RE,,.ER....OLDER ! J WA5 RIGHT, CAM,.. 11 
AW OLP...I'LL NEVER 
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ABBFK an* SLATS 


NOT A PEEP OUT OF 
YOU. THERE MAY 
BE SOME ROUGH 
—T STUFF 


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By R a eburn V a n B n ren 


I'LL LET VOU KNOW AFTER L 
I EXAMINE THE PACKAGE . 
NOW INTO THE CAR - BOTH 
OF YOU. 


BUGS BUNNY 
By Leslie Turner 
y 
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'I N s , INVITED TO 
A COSTUME 
PARTY AND I 
W ANT TO SO 
A S A TRAMP! 


LOOK,KiD/WHAT^ 
GOOD IS A SCARE­ 
CROW WITHOUT 
CLOTHES? TW' 
BIRDS’LL EAT ALL 
TH' SEEDS I 
PLANTED! 


WELL, GOSH/ 
I CAN TAKE 
CARE OP 
THAT/ 


EEK & MEEK 


MEEK, CAM I TALK TO 
VOU FOR A M1KJUTE, 
OLD BUDDV ? 


I ’M A BIT SHORT THIS 
MOMTH, SO I'M AFRAID 
I'M 60MJA HAVE TO 


LU1TH THE USUAL 
THREATS,OF COURSE! 


By Howie Schneider 


IT'S TRUE/ CRIME IS 
CSIWG THE SOFT-SEIL 
TECHNIQUE THESE 


Official 
1967 
FORD 
AND 
MERCURY 
CLEARANCE 
SALE! 


EVERY NEW 1967 
FORD and 
MERCURY 
NOW AT 
REDUCED 
PRICES 
EXAMPLE- 


1967 
MERCURY 
( A P R ! I DOOR 
|V /8 . 
auto m atic. 
w hitew all 
j tirus, ratlin, tinted windshield, 
deluxe wheel enxers. A heau- 
I tiful w hite color. 
List $2930.15 
DISCOUNT 
*4 3 0 9 2 


Sale Price $2500 


NOW ON DISPLAY 
1967 
American Motors 
Quality Safety Built Cars 
HKMMINGER RAMBLER 
“ Dixon’s Only Authorized 
American Motors Dealer’’ 
316 Hennepin Ave. Phone 288-1139 


CAR engine need fixin’ and parts 
are missin’? Smitty has parts to 
fix any 
engine 
Smitty s 
Used 
I Cars & Parts. Phono 284-6673 


AUTOMOTIVE 


i Z Ê S l I 


HZmir 


H B X 3 
Sto uffer’s 


(°)nr$top 
$ to rt 


108 f’eoria Ave. 
Ph. 284-6643 
Display I,ot 
Phone 284-3973 


(J/i Mile West on Freeway ) 
After 5:30 p.m. Phone 288-3269 


ALL USED 
CARS REDUCED 
TO CLEARANCE 
ALSO 
EXAMPLE- 
1966 FORD 
¡G alaxie “ 500” 4 door sedan , 
IV-8, 
pow er 
steerin g, 
a uto ­ 
m atic, 
radio, he a te r, wheel 
| covers, w hitew all tires. Only 
7000 ac tua l m iles, just like 
new. 
MAKE US AN OFFER! 


BRING y our car in now for an 
early fail check-up. Specializing 
in tune-ups. 
Reasonable 
rates. 
Baker’s Mobil, Peoria & Everett, 
288-9337. 


“ BRIGHTEN y our day in a l^ ee 
Chevrolet’’. Still have a few new 
Chevrolets and 
Oldsmobiles 
at 
Year End Savings. I^tce Motor 
Sales, Oregon 732-6161, 


1965 R \MBL1 R Classii 770 sta 
tion wagon. Six cy linder, auto­ 
matic, 
radio and 
heater. True 
economy , real shai*p car. Ennen 
& Weishaar Rambler, Ashton 453- 
2315. 
» 


TUNE-l’P: 
A smooth motor is 
what y ou have when y our engine 
is turn'd up at .h>e Tully Auto Re­ 
pair, 1114 S. Galena, Phone 288- 
5342. 
i 


Rrake Service, Truck Repairs 
Quality Work, Reasonable Rates 
Thompson’s Garage 
Rte. 26 <v City Dump Rd 288-1012 


1965 ECONOLINT' 
station 
bus. 
Standard shift, six cy linder. Make 
ideal 
cam per. 
Low 
mileage 
i original owner. Give me an old 
ear and take over pay ments. In­ 
quire SOI West Second. 


1901 CADILLAC hardtop sedan 
Full pow er equipped. Only $119 0. 
HARRISON’S “OK” CORNER 
Phone 288-4448 


VOLKSWAGEN 
Dixon Terminal Sales. Inc. 
Across from High School 
Dixon, 111 
I’hnne 2X4 224« 


1901 CHEV11« «1 ET l 2 ton pickup; 
GMC 1 2 ton pickup 
Santleman 
Motors, 
“ Since 
1920 ’ 
1021 
N, 
Galena. Phone 288-1717. 


CHEVROLET’ 
four 
door. 
Automatic, 
very 
low 
mileage. 
Phone 208-3435 
______ 


I960 FORD Sunliner convertible: 
352 Y/8, automatic, four barrel 
S carburator. Very good condition. 
Phone Sublette 3758 


1954 CHEVROLET 1 2 ton pickup 
truck. Fair condition. Phone 288- 
4.'>7(i from x to 5 


Dixons Nicest Lsed Cars 
Are Found At 
C. Marshall Oldsmobile 
800 N. Galena 
Phone 284-2917 


1965 FORD 
four 
door 
custom 
“ 500" sedan. Six cy linder engine, 
standard transmission. 
A 
one 
owner car ami a real buy . Shafer 
Motor Sales Amboy 857-2521 


I 1963 FORI) Custom 
four 
door. 
White with red upholstery . Good 
and clean inside. Phone 288-2042 


Every body Reads Want Ads 


1961 
CLASSIC 
Ram bler 
station 
wagon. Radio, heater, stick shift. 
Runs good. $265. Phone 354 7323. 


196.3 CHEVY II Nova four door 
sedan. Six cy linder 
engine with 
automatic transm ission. This fine 
car is a local Datsun trade-in. 
Only $795 
Don 
Rich 
Motors, 
“ Your Friendly Datsun D ealer” , 
1009 N. Galena, phone 284-6891. 


1962 CHEVY 11 two door. 
29.000 
miles, automatic. Private owner. 
$425. Phone 288-1972. 


LAUER'S 


BARGAIN CENTER 


Day svile Rd. 
Oregon 7.32-2000 


1964 Ford V 8. power steering 
four door. One owner. 
$1050 


1963 Mercury ' four door. 
$79 5 


1964 Chevrolet station wagon. 
Power steering. 
$9 9 5 


1961 Chevrolet two door, 
six 
evlinder, standard trans. 
$49 5 


1961 A 1962 Fords, Ramblers, 
Chovy s. 


Open Wednesday and Friday 
evening 


BODY SHOPS 


Glass Replacement 
I/Ct Us Give You An Estim ate 
Autobodv Clinic 
1104 E.River Rd., G. Miller 288-2722 


KEN NELSON’S BODY SHOP 
FR E E ESTIMATES 
1967 Rental Cars Available 
$4 per day while in our shop 
1000 N. Galena, Phone 2884455 


DIXON BODY SHOP 
\ an Buren & Ninth St., 284-7616 
Complete Body Work &• Refinishing 
Fast Service Glass Installation 
“Still Going Strong’’_____ 


^ T ah T X ^ rT ( XS LEASE 


HERTZ Rent-A-Car 
or pick up. 
$1 50 per hour or less. 1410 S'. 
Peoria, phone 284-7471. 


Cars For Rent 
Day , Week, Month. Year 
As Low As $1 Hour 
Campbell Motors 
905 N. Galena 
Phone 284-3945 


1965 CHEVROLET 


C o n ve rtible . P o w er steering, 
Y-8 engine, auto m atic, w hite­ 
wall tires, wheel covers, ra- 
! dio. A sha rp car. 
169 5 


1965 FORD 


G alaxie “ .» 00” t door sedan. 
|V-8 , 
auto m atic, 
w hitew all 
tires, radio, viny l roof. S harp 
c ar. 


$ 129 5 


MECHANIC’S 
SPECIALS! 


1957 CHEVROLET 


Station Wagon - V8 
A utom atic 
1959 FORD 
2 Door - Y8 - A utom atic 
1957 PLYMOUTH 
4 Door - Y8 - A utom atic 


ALL NEED SOME 
REPAIR WORK 


SPECIAL PRICE 


$ £ 0 9 5 
69 
EACH 


TAKE YOUR PICK 


1964 FORD 
HANK’S 


Country Sedan 
W agon. 
Six 
I passen g e r, 
Y-8, 
a uto m atic, 
radio. 
*995 


AUTO BODY 
PHONE 288-1159 
1410 W. 9th 
DIXON 


Auto & Truck 
Rebuilding 


Dixon'» M ost C om plete 
Body Shop 
METAL 
SPECIALTIES CO. 


212 H ennepin 
Phone 288-4401 


$ FREEWAY $ 
MOTORS 
< 
I 
I Y I U I O 
B 
J 
A 
è CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH J 
\ USED CARS g 


1965 
CADILLAC 


F ully L oaded 
F a c to ry Air 
l/ow M ileage 
E xceptional Value 


1966 PLYMOUTH 
Station W agon 
(Nine P assen g er) 
P o w er Steering A B rakes 
One O w ner 


1966 PLYMOUTH 
F o ur Door H ardto p 
Air Conditioned 
Like New 


Open D aily ’Til 9 p.m. 
(S aturd ay ’Til 5 p.m .) I 


New 10-Wide, Low as $3295 
New 12-Wide, Low As $3995 
Hughes Mobile Homes 
1651 S. Galena, Freeport 232-31X3 


CUSTOM 
built 
Hilton 
mobile 
homes built 
to 
y our 
specifica­ 
tions. 12’, 20’ and 24’ wide. We 
have two 
12 x 60s 
in 
stock. 
Moore's Mobile Home Park and 
Sales, four miles west of Dixon on 
Freeway . 


HONDA 305ce Superhawk cy cle. 
Two y ears old. For more infor­ 
mation phone Polo 946-24.31. 


19f» 6 YAMAHA 90 cc trail bike. 
$200. Phone Ashton 453-9275. 


b u s ih e s T) PPORTUNITIES~ 


DOUGHNUT shop serving dough­ 
nuts, coffee, sandwiches and ice 
cream . 
Profitable 
for 
middle- 
aged, aggressive couple. Small in­ 
vestment. Inquire E. L. Fazzi, 
288-4439. 


BUSINESS SERVICES 


LAWNS mowed, cellars cleaned, 
• rubbish removed, leaves raked, 
¡windows washed. Odd jobs. Satis­ 
faction guaranteed. Call 288-5250. 


CESSPOOIS septic tank 
< at i -1 
and installed. Back Hoe work of 
all 
kinds. 
Roto-Rooter 
sewer 
i service. Kemp Bros. Phone 284- 
7295 or 652-4434. _____________ 


FOR sale. New truck bodies and 
| hoist. See us for prices before 
! y ou buy . .T. L. Bonneli Welding 
i Service, 284-3819, 


METAL fabricating and 
repair 
welding, 
all 
metals. 
Portable 
welding. Red White Iron Works, 
Dixon 
Airport 
Entrance, phone 
288-1127. 


»FREEWAY MOTORS, INC.» 
P 
P H O N E 288-5333 
K 
P 
*2 Mile Went on F re e w a y P 


1 9 6 3 f o r d 
HURRY! HURRY! HURRY! 
G alaxie “ 500” two door ha r d ­ 
top, V-8, sta n d a rd tr a n s m is ­ 
sion, w hitew all tires, radio, 
wheel covers, viny l roof an d 
viny l interior. 
109 5 


SEE OUR LOT FULL OF 
A-1 USED CARS 
READY FOR YOU 
TO DRI VE 
DON 
MULLERY 
FO R D , INC. 


OPEN 8 :30 A.M. - 9 P.M. 
MONDAY thru FRIDAY 
SATURDAY ’TO. 5 


PHONE 288-3366 
1300 N. GALENA - DIXON 


Hurry up to the BRIGHTEST SPOT 
IH TOWN and pick out either a new 
1967 Buick or Pontiac while the selec­ 
tion still is good! 


The trade prices are exceptionl now 
and you can save many, many dollars 
over what next year’s models will cost 
— both in list price and because of the 
fact that your present car will never 
be worth as much as it is today. 


Stop in today and see your favorite 
sales representative. 


— SALES REPRESENTATIVES — 


• DEAN KNESS 
• RUSS HAHN 


• BILL REMMERS 
• RED IUNNELL 


KEN NELSON BUICK PONTIAC 


REMODELING? 
For free esti­ 
m ates on y our 
plumbing needs, 
phone 284-2831. Thomas Plumbing 
& Heating. 1300 W. 4th Dixon. 


CESSPOOL, septic tanks cleaned 
and installed Sewers cleaned by 
Rota-Rooter 
Bob Hazelwood. 832 
I Chestnut Avenue, Dixon 288-4514. 


K 9 0L“ °SmJG 
AW N IN G E WINDOW CO 
1217 WALNUT AVENU* 
0"* 
d i x o n . I l l in o is 


al um i num 
W IN DO W S 
£ D O O R S 
1 rjl bcr.GC 
At^JLA ojtjX -w v. 
PATI° IftffauV» 
M EEZiW W lU ^ 
DO0CHES/ 
alum inum room 
a d d i t i o n S 
, 


Fly & screen tim e is here. 
We have all kinds and price* 
to choose from . We special­ 
ize. 


EXCAVATING 
Back-Hoe & End Loader 
—Experienced Operators— 
* SEWERS 
* DITCHES 
* BASEMENTS 
* WATER LINES 


R. E. HARDEN 
Phone 288-5382 
Evenings 284-3501 


l(HH) N. GALENA 
P H O N E 288-4435 


TREE k YARD SERVICE 


WILL do tree 
work; 
trim m ing 
and removal. 
Prompt 
service, 
reasonable rates, free estim ates. 
Insured. Phone 251-4477. 


Advertise Or Be Forgotten 


t 


Dixon Evening Telegraph 
P. 22 
Wed., Aug. 30, 1%7 


EMPLOYMENT 
HALE ITEIJP 


WANT men 
with 
farm 
back­ 
ground to help set up, recondi­ 
tion. dean, paint, deliver farm , 
equipment. 
Will consider fann­ 
ers who are not busy until har­ 
vest. Applv in person Stouffer’s ! 
One-Stop Farm Store, 108 Peoria 
Avenue, 
Dixon. 
No 
telephone 
calls. 
______ ...— 
t 
N E E D good 
mechanic. 
Good 
working conditions, 
top salary. 
Boehle Implements. “ Your Mas­ 
sey Ferguson Dealer." Amboy, 


WE have an immediate opening 
in our appliance department for 
the right man. This is a perman­ 
ent salaried position with com­ 
mission and bonuses, liberal com­ 
pany benefits 
Prefer applicants 
21 or older with some retail sell­ 
ing experience Apply in person at 
Brown Lynch Scott. 


MAN to work at grain elevator 
Prefer some experience but will 
tram 
(»roup hospital 
insurance 
and paid vacation. This is a per­ 
manent position Contact (»eorge 
R 
Funk Manager, Herbst Crain 
Company, 
Franklin 
(»rove, 
Il­ 
linois. 2214 or 5531 evenings. 


WANT tractor - trailer drivers. 
Health, 
welfare 
arid 
pension. 
Schwerman 
Trucking 
Company, 
Rt. 2. north of Dixon. 


EMPLOYMENT 
FEMALE 


HOSTESS for 6 a m. 
to 
? pm . 
shift. 
Apply in person, 
Lincoln 
Manor. 
j 


LADIES earn IS to 15 per hour, 
fifteen hours per week 
Pick up 
and deliver Fuller Brush orders. ! 
Interv iew bv appointment, write j 
Box 799, c/o Dixon Evening Tele- 
j 
graph. ______________ 
■ 
j 


WANTED at once, waitresses for 
day or night shift No experience 
necessary. We will train. Cood 
salary. Apply in person Galena 
Trail, H7 South G a l e n a ____ 


WOMAN wanted for general of­ 
fice work, 37'a hour week (»roup 
insurance. 
Write 
Box 
328, c o 
Dixon Evening Telegraph. 


WANT girl or middle-aged woman 
for pressing clothes. Must have 
s o m e experience 
ami 
be good 
worker. Apply in person Deluxe 
Cleaners ami Laundry. 


FULL or part 
time 
waitresses 
wanted at the Chuck Wagon. Ap­ 
ply in person. 


BROWN 1 yn<h Scott ha< an im­ 
mediate opening in our women's 
ready-to-wear 
department. 
E x­ 
perience helpful but not required. 
Excellent earnings, group insur­ 
ance. 
liberal 
merchandise 
dis­ 
count« Apply tn person. See Mr. 
Bleistein. 


EMPLOYMENT 
rEMALE 


WAITRESS wanted, apply in per­ 
son White House, Palmyra Ave­ 
nue. 
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
____ 
CTRL for days in local night club. 
Write Box 330. c o Dixon Evening 
Telegraph 


WANT lady to dean house one 
day per week. 4 to 6 hours. Phone 
288-5479 after 6 p m. ____________ 


PART 
time 
adult 
salesladies 
wanted for mornings and after­ 
noons. Apply in person at Kline's. 


FARMERS TRADING POST 
FARM SERVICES - SUPPLIES 


Livestock Hauling 
Chuck Haenitsch 
i Call Collect 284-2925. Home 288-3244 
1107 Henderson Ave., Dixon 


GET fast, efficient 
gains 
with 
! Kent’s new NRB 
cattle 
supple­ 
ment. Custom 
oat 
hulling and 
gram rolling. 
Lahman Feed k 
Milling, 
Franklin Grove, 
phone 
• 456-3071. 


FARMERS TRADING POST 
POULTRY & SUPPLIES___ 


YEAR old hens 5<)c 
each. 
Mrs. 
Robert Fisher, Rt. 3, Dixon, phone 
284-7960. 


FUEL______ 


COAL, Fuel Oil, Furnace Cleaning. 
Place Orders Now. Beat the Rush. 
Rosbrook Fuel. Co. 
716 Brinl on 
284-6019 


WAITRESS 
and 
kitchen 
work. 
Call in person at Diamond Cafe, 
311 West First Street 


IMMEDIATE 
opening 
for 
part 
time saleslady. Sewing experience 
preferred. Apply in person to Har- 
l Ian's, 117 Peoria Av enue. 


BABY sitter wanted in South Cen­ 
tral School area. Phone 288-3297 
after 5 p. m. 


WANT paii time worker in hish 
school cafeteria. Apply in person 
at cafeteria between 1-2 p.m. on 
weekdavs. 


PERMANENT 
ROUTE DRIVER 


(DIXON A RFA) 
N’n experience necessaiy. good 
«tarring salan 
Fringe bene­ 
fits include paid v acation, paid 
holidav*> 
attractive insurance 
program 
CULLIGAN 


Soft W a te r S e n ice 
Phone 284-7161 


MOTHERS!! 


Earn extra money demonstrat­ 
ing toys. Either’ full or part 
time for Playhouse Co.. Inc. 
\o experience necessary. No 
initial investment. Good com­ 
mission. We are training now 
for this season August through 
December. Call collect. Walnut 
379-2819 or write Mrs 
Sally 
Carstensen, Route 2, Walnut, 


111. 


$26 5 
That j*, what our men aveiage 
per week Good men over age 
21 will exceed $15.001) the first 
year. 
Prestige sales position 
with 37 year old 
company. 
Fringe benefits. We will pro­ 
gram vour dav with quality 
leads Weekly salary and com­ 
mission to staii If this sounds 
interesting, sec Mr 
YanLan- 
ingham at Lneoln I/xige. 
Thursday. August 31 
from 9 
a m to 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 
9 p m. 


IMMEDIATE opening for switch­ 
board operator. 30 hour week. 6 
a m until noon Will train. Phone 
Answer Dixon, 284-6052. 


W'p are adding to our food 
preparation 
staff 
and 
are 
seeking women to work ap­ 
proximately 25-30 hours per 
week 
Steady 
employment, 
morning 
work, 
five 
day 
week. Work consists of pre­ 
paring and packaging sand­ 
wiches. 
salads 
and 
other 
foods 
Phone 288-2128 nr ap­ 
plv 
in 
person 
between 
10 
k 12 a.m. 


CANTEEN FOOD & 
VENDING SERVICE 
1118. E. River Road 
Dixon, Illinois 


IM M E D IA T E OPENING FOR 
W OOSUNG AREA 
FERTILIZER PLANT M ANAGER 


TT L O M \ ch em ical fertilizer* are helping the nation * f a r m ­ 
e r * m eet the challenge of feeding an e v e r exp an d in g world 
population. B e a part of this growth industry. You mav be 
qualified to beco m e m a n a g e r of a T u lo m a fertilizer plant, 
kn o w led g e of fertilizer blending arid handling helpful, but 
not required. M e will train you if you a r e the m an we want. 


CVEN F.ROI * B E N E F I T P U N P R O G R A M 
GO OD S T A R T I N G S A L A R Y _________________ I 


Write 
TULOMA GAS PRODUCTS CO. 
P.O. »OX 73, MT. CARROLL, ILL. 


“ An E q u a l Opjm rtunity E m p lo y e r ” 


EXPERIENCED 
HELP WANTED FOR 


• WELDERS 


• LATHE OPERATORS 


• DRILL PRESS OPERATORS 


APPLY IN PERSON 


WOOD BROTHERS MFG. CC. 


TWO MILES SOUTH OF OREGON, ILLINOIS 


ON STATE ROUTE 2 


The “ AGRICO” Way 
Builds Hay Profits 
Don Jones, Woosung 
Phone 284-6252 


" T n r s T o ^ 
fo r salje 


MR FARMER: Do you need feed­ 
er pigs? Contact us for quality 
Purina started pigs. Would you 
like more information on soiling j 
your hogs on futures ' 
Contact J 
Chuck Strong at C. H. Strong Ele­ 
vator, Nachusa 354-7345 for latest, 
information. 


PURE fuel oil is crystal clear. 
Cali Harold Johnson for summer 
fill up. S k II Green Stamps, too. 
Carls Quality Oil, 288-3377. 


GOOD THINGS TO EAT 


LOST AND FOUND 


LOST in Dixon, man's glasses in 
black case. 
Finder please con­ 
tact 
C. Rosse, 
Dixon 
Trailer 
Court, Reward. 


US 1C AL T nSTRMHEHTS~~ 


BACK to school. Select the band 
instrument of your choice. Rental 
plan available on all instruments. 
; Westgor 
Music 
Center, 
“ The 
area’s leading music store.” 212 
First Street, phone 284-6935. 


PIANO tuning, any make and any 
model. The tuner alone preserves 
the tone. 
Ralph Cronk, 1015 Pal­ 
myra Ave., Ph. 288-1111 after 5. 


PERSONAL 
1 SALE - HOUSEHOLD GOODS 


SWEET corn, tomatoes and cab­ 
bage. Five miles west of Rain­ 
bow Inn on old highway. 


K E LLE R ’S. Red potatoes, 20 lb. 
bag, 69c; bacon ends and slices, 
3 lb. bag, 99c; 
Hey Bros, ice 
cream, 
12 gallon 69c; Coke, 8 
half-quart l> ottles, 49c. 


BEGINNER guitar with ease. $25; 
Ludwig snare drum with stand 
and case, also practice pad, $65. 
Phone 284-2920. 


CUSTOM 
slaughtering 
on 
the 
farm. Will deliver to plants. Lee 
Countv Freezer & Locker Serv ice, 
Dixon 288-1019. Amboy 857-2411. 


HELP wanted. 
Case 
aide with 
college degree for a residential 
small group home for children op­ 
erated by Lutheran Welfare Serv­ 
ices of Illinois 
Position provides 
excellent 
consultation, 
supervi­ 
sion. and oportunity to work vyith 
competent enthusiastic staff Chil­ 
dren in care vary from latency 
through 
adolescence. 
Excellent 
salary. Location four nules east 
of Dixon, Illinois. Contact TV E 
Ham, ACSW. Director. Nachusa 
Home. Nachusa, Illinois. 61057. 


WILL babv sit in niv home Phone 
288-5186 


i W ILL care for children in my 
home, days only. Ages 2 4. Phone 
284-6745. 


WILL do ironings in ntv home. 
Phone 288-8231. 


WILL do baby sitting in my home 
for three or four vear old boy. 
Phone 284-7121. 


WILL baby sit in my home One 
child. North Dement. Phone 288- 
3749 


FARMERS TRADING POST 
FARM SERVICES - SITPI.IF.S 


TWINE, see us tor Red Mule 
haler 
and 
roto twine 
Rhodes 
Feed Service. 925 Depot Avenue, 
phone 288-2726. 


Fence Controls*Hi lin e 
Batterv— Insulators—Wire 
MASSEY'S ACE HARDWARE 
“ Dixon s Complete Hardware” 


TRUCKING, spreading bulk ferti­ 
lizer, phosphates lime; road rock, 
black dirt. O. A. Fick. dealer of 
phosphate k fertilizer, Franklin 
Grove 3703 or 3704. 


Feeder Cattle 
North Forreston Stockyards 
Hilbert Haaek, Forreston 938-2319 
Ray Gieseman, Rep., 938-3231 


REGISTERED 
Polled 
Hereford 
hulls and heifers. Champion sired. 
Glick 
Farm , 
southwest 
Rock 
F ills airport. 
j 


k Rarnrk Cattle Co. 
STO C K ER Sk FEED ER S 
930 Depot Ave. 
Dixon, RI. 


TWO yearling Yorkshire boars. 
Don Fbersole, East Lincolnway, 
Sterling, phone 625-1905. 


MACHINERY 


SENSATIONAL new terms on new 
and used tractors, new and used 
combines and 
other 
machines 
void with a tractor. No interest or 
finance charge until 
March 1st, 
1968 
on tractors and April 1st. 
1968 on combines. Come in and 
a> k about this new plan. Stewart I 
Truck and 
Equipment Company, t 
1204 S Galena, phone 288-2721. 


HAVE 2000 used tires for wagons. | 
tractors, implements and trucks. j 
Low as $1.95. Bob Logan Tractor j 
k 
Implement, 
Franklin 
Grove 
456-2554. 


j USED machinery. 
One No. 503 
I Combine with four row com head, 
completely overhauled. One No 
101 combine with 10' cutter bar 
and new style corn head 
W 
G. 
Leffelman & Sons, Amboy 857- 
2513. 


ENJOY your favorite sandwich & 
beverage 
without 
leaving 
your 
car. Open daily 11 A.M. to 9.30 
P.M. Fridav k Saturday ’til 11 
P. M. A k W Drive-In, 1135 North 
Galena, Dixon. 


HAMBURGER. 
Also 
sausage, 
fresh link or bulk and old fash- 
ioned hickory vmoked link. Guar­ 
anteed.. Lee County Locker and 
Freezer Service. Dixon, Amboy. 


CORN fed beef quarters fed in our 
feed lot. Zimmerman Meat Plant, 
phone 288-1623. 


IINCOIN W ENUE M \R K E T 
i * New Potatoes. 20 lb. bag. 79c 
* Home grown melons. 3 for 89c 
* Large Bologna, 39c lb. 
Money Orders 
Open Daily 6:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. 
Free TV Dial 
316 S. Lincoln Ave. 
Dixon 


UW nT 
g ARDEN 


ROE S CONSIGNMENT SALE 
CHANA, ILL. Auction Every Tues. 
11 a.m. 
A Good Market For All 
Livestock And Machinery 
Roe, Krug k Gentry, Auctioneers 
Call Oregon 732-2555 For Truck 


ART JOHNSON 
AUCTIONEER 
118 E. EVERETT, DIXON 
PHONE 288-1340 


WE clean Furrier Method, your 
fur trimmed or fur fabric gar­ 
ments, insuring lasting wear and 
beauty. Graeey Fur Shop, 212 N. 
Hennepin, phone 284-278Y 


SPECIALS: $2 50 off all perman­ 
ents, $15 for $12.50; $12.50 for $10; 
$10 for $7.50; *7.50 for $5. Pnlly 
Prim Beauly Shop. 813 South Je f­ 
ferson. Phone 284-6858. 


ANYONE with average income 
can 
own a 
Perma Steel 
pool. 
Easv terms. Don W. Untz. Dealer, 
Oregon 732-2995 or 732-7256, 


SALE •• HOUSEHOLD GOODS 


FOR sale Philco refrigerator. 14- 
eu. ft., six years old and in good 
condition, $75. Phone 284-6365. 


SAVE big! Do your own nig and 
upholstery 
cleaning 
with 
Blue 
Lustre. Rent electric shampooer, 
$1.00. Preston Paint & Wallpaper. 


POURED 
seam less 
floor? 
Of 
course. Do it yourself or we in­ 
stall. “ Monozzo.” See us for this 
new inovation in flooring. Werm- 
ers. 420 W. First. 


ELECTROLUX Sales k Service. 
Thone Bert Willis 288-3687. If no 
answer call after 4; 30 p.m. 


run,co s a l e 
Portable Television 
Sale Priced From $17 
(Free Stand With Purchase) 
KOHLS 
607 Depot Ave. 
Phone 284-3017 


ELIMINATE 
rusty 
water 
per­ 
manently. Install 
an 
Aquadene 
feeder right into your inlet wa­ 
ter. U.S. Public Health approved. 
Call us today. Dawson's Soft Wa­ 
ter, Inc., 288-1475. 


SAVE now during our Early Fall 
(Jean-Out Sale. New Wheel Horse. 
Reo Riders, 
Bolens 
ami 
other 
tractors all on sale. Several used 
tractors. Killmer 
Motor 
Sales. 
2330 W. Fourth St 
Phone 288- 
1957. 


EAST CHANCE 
Bargain wind-up Thursday. Sale 
prices slashed on all items in our 
pavillion. 
COOK'S 
202 North Ct. 
Phone 284-2244 


WHEN you’re entertaining, see us 
for napkins, candy and flowers. 
Clayton s Floral and Garden Shop 
1102 N. Galena Ave. 
Ph. 288-1641 


CENTURY WATER 
CONDITIONERS 
! Self contained and automatic. In 
stock for immediate delivery. See 
us for complete installation and 


1 details. 
i Farley's Furniture &- Appliance 
“ We Service What We Sell'' 
610 W. Second St. Phone 284-2052 


MONEY 
ORDERS 
up 
to 
$100 
available 7; 30 a.m. 
’til 10 p.m., 
seven days per week at Dave’s 
Grocery, 210 College Ave. 


WE are headquarters for Mosaic 
tile table tops, counter tops. We 
have do-it yourself kits. 
Goral Pros. 
121 Galena Ave. 
Phone 284-2923 


ELECTRIC pump and water heat­ 
er. both new 
Heavy duty Oliver 
wood lathe. 10"’ Delta saw, tools, 
ladders, etc. Drive in alley by 
High School, 348 Everett Street. 


19”~PORTABLE 
TV, 
like new. 
Rutherford TV k 
Refrigeration 
Service, 
208 
Lincoln 
Avenue. 
Phone 288-2511. 
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T sE D FURNITl RE BARGAIN 
Five piece ensemble includes two 
piece suite 
in turquoise 
nyfon, 
two walnut step tables, walnut 
cocktail table. Less than one year 
old. Complete for $129.95. Strato- 
lounger recliner in heavy beige 
plastic cover, $49.95. 
AMES FURNITURE CO. 
Phone 288-2244 


ANTTQUES~ 
WANTED TO BUY 


WANT anything old. Glassware, 
dishes, magazines, toys, stam ps, 
postcards, 
Victorian 
furniture, 
dolls. 
Anything unusual. 
Phone 
288-2183. 
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ELIM IN A TE 
costly 
cleaning. 
Golden Star Shampoo brightens 
carpets economically. Rent elec­ 
tric sham pooer, $1.00. H am id's. 


PARTS and service for all makes 
electric shavers. 
Yenier's Jew- 
elrv, 
117 
First 
Street. 
Phone 
284-3034. 
____ 


DAVENPORT; lawn mower; por­ 
celain top kitchen table; two lawn 
chairs 
Verv reasonable. Phone 
284-3218. 


ONE TH -101 combine with two 
row com head. 
Waiver 
of in­ 
terest on both new and used com­ 
bines and tractors. See us for 
d e t a i l s . 
Boehle 
Implements. 
S “ Your M assey Ferguson Dealer,” 
Ambov 857-3716. 


Custom Oat Combining 
Edward C. Shippert 
Phone 284-6805 
If No Answer Call 284-7275 


CORN cobs wanted. I'll load them 
from the sheller 
or 
from 
the 
ground Norbert Brachle, Amboy 
857 3712 or 857-3929. 


TRACTOR TTRE SERVICE 
For Fast On The Farm Service 
Phone 
284-6653. 
T. 
M. 
Peters 
Fire st on _ 


USED M \CHINERY 
-TRACTORS— 
3010 Gas 
4020 Deisel 
4010 Gas 
60 With power steering 
A with power steering 
—MACHINES— 
Letz Mill with elevator 
R.W. 13’ disk 
LundahlJ Chopper 
A-C Chopper 
J. D No. 8 Chopper 
S. W. NAYLOR & CO. 
Dixon. III. 
Phone 288-27 19 


Evergreens Now’ On Sale 
Myers Nursery 
219 Fells Ave. Dixon 284-2739 
Block West Of Memorial Pool 


T osT ahdI 
ound 


LOST dog. Yiszla pointer, male. 
Reddish 
brown, 
white spot 
on 
chest, short tail. Wearing collar 
and tags. 
Last 
seen 
between 
Dixon and Polo. Reward. Phone 
Polo 946-2311 or 946-2631. 


HAVE beautiful rugs and carpet 
now with Lustre Foam shampoo. 
Cleans and beautifies. Rent sham ­ 
pooer with purchase of Lustre 
Foam at Ford Hopkins System 
Store. 


S-T-R-E-T-C-H 1 
YOl'R d o l l a r s ! 


C all : D a rre ll W ebb j 
Phone Î84-6883 
j 


1966 MODEL Ifi-ft. Span American 
boat 
with 
110 
h.p. 
Mercruiser 
drive with power lift. Automatic 
ski rope pulls and trailer in ex­ 
cellent condition. Phone 288-1113. 


m u fu n nsTVAi “ 
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W ANT ads offer the greatest se- 
rrr» a » » g L - » *» « • r » rm A* * n ,I ; Ipcction of homes. Check the Real 
______________________ .'ilr.'I'-' 
Estate columns every day. 


Confidential Investigations 
Civil, Criminal. Domestic 
Mohawk Dctectn 
Agency 
Thone Polo 946-3215 


Want Ads Work Wonders! 


Move First Class 
Shippert Moving 
And Storage 
Agent 
Allied 
Van Lines 


NOTICE! Effective this date Aug­ 
ust 30. 1967. I will not he respon­ 
sible for ariv debts other than my 
own. Signed: 
Pvt. Roger Arend, 
US 554818349. Co. P.., 2nd Bn. 2nd 
BDC. Fort Leonard Wood. Mo., 
11st Pit. 


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GRAIN 
storage. 
Complete 
line 
Lnico grain storage and drying 
systems. All sizes available. See 
or phone your FS salesman to­ 
day. Lee County Sendee Co., Am- 
hoy 857-3535 or 857-3538. 


RESERVE storage space now for 
your 1967 soybean crop; also corn 
storage. Ohio 
Grain 
Company, 
phone Ohio 376-2411 


Want Ads Work Wonders! 


6*> G 
We Have a 


Storage 6» Drying Bin 
tor Every Size Operation 


NEW Holland 717 chopper; Kools 
blower with 
6ft' of 
pipe; 
John 
Deere chuck wagon; two Farm ­ 
hand power boxes: John Deere 
8ft' bunk feeder; Starline 18' silo 
and loader. Rosengren Bros . Rt. 
2. Rock Falls, phone 625-4074 or 
626-1565. 


PO C LT R lT l^ 


STOUFFER'S have Kimber pul­ 
lets 2ft and 21 weeks old for im- 
; mediate delivery: also some Cor­ 
nish 
Rocks 
in 
our 
brooders. 
St ouffer- Jones 
Hatchery, 
inc., 
Lena. 111. Phone 369-4266. 


CHICKS! Babcock R 300 PuU ots- 
dav old to 2ft weeks 
Broilers— 
day old. Phone 734-4010. 
“ Stouffer's at Mt. Morris” 


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Short of Grain Storage? 
TRY OUR GRAIN BANK PROGRAM 


?. Use your own groin. 
2. Complete rations ground and mixed with 


Supersweet feed. 
3. Put in your feeders or bins by our trucks, 


cuts your labor cost, 
4. Records kept so you know exactly what 


your feed costs are. 
5. New roller and crimper service. 


< , R M N B A N K ( A N r t : I 'S E P F O R C O R N O R O \ T S 
R Y R E E F , HOG, D A I R Y O R P O U L T R Y F A R M E R S 


FOR M O R E I N F O R M A T I O N C A L L C O L L E C T 
EL0ENA-0IX0N CO-OP 


624 DEPOT AYE. 
PHONE 288-1457 


Contact Chuck Koch, Rep. Amboy 857-1457 


I Powerful 38” and 48” fan?, plu s 
[.scientifically design ed air-entry 
[sy ste m in su r e f a s t , u n ifo rm 
[drying. 
[A utom atic supplem entary7 h e at 
ju m tco n trols hum idity. L ets you 
iry safely ...ev en un der high 
|h u m id ity , low te m p e r a tu r e 
ren d itio n s. 
j \ i r pressu re gau ge provides 
h ccu rate check of dryin g 
p ro cess. Com plete dry­ 
ing instructions. 


Engineered SPECIFICALLY! 
for Drying 
• Botch dry up to 4,000 Bu. 
a day 
• Or Dry in layer until tank 
is filled 
• Automatic Grain Leveler 
• Heat units deliver up to 
6,000,000 BTU's per hour 
• Automatic unloading 
equipment 
11 Sizes: from 1,620 bu. 
to 26,000 bu. 


BRESSON BROS. 


1 MILE WEST OF JCT. 51 & 30, COMPTON, ILL. 
PHONE WEST BROOKLYN 2163 


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Bigi 36 ft. diameter bins with 
capacities up to 3 5 .0 0 0 bu. 
Drying by powerful 7-1/2 bp 
fen end heaters — up to 1 800 
bu. 
per 
day. 
Unloading 
by 
LONG bin unloader. 


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SEWING MACHINE 
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OPERATORS 


EXPERIENCED or NON-EXPERIENCED 
S 


LONG Twins 
with 
capacities 
up to 12 ,0 0 0 bu. Dry up to 
1,000 
bu. 
per 
day with 
a 
single fan and heater. 


SAVE YOUR CORN PROFITS 
STORE YOUR CORN 
. . . IN A HARVESTORE 


• Save Drying Costs 
• Save Moisture Docks 


6300 BUSHEL 
HARVESTORE 


With Sweep Arm Unleader, 


Motor, Freight & Tax Included 


(L e a * C on crete & B a ck fill) 


THE BEST INVESTMENT YOU CAN MAKE 
IN GRAIN STORAGE AND DRYING SYSTEMS 


$5909 


IMMEDIATE OPENING 
FOR PERMANENT POSITIONS IN ALL TYPES 
OF POWER SEWING. WILL TRAIN HIGH 
SCHOOL GRADUATES OR ANYONE SEEK- 
ING A NEW SKILL 


Up to 8 Twins with central 
loading and unloading dum p 
pit. A single portable power 
unit and bin sw eep used for 
unloading bins. High voiume, 
economical operation d n es up 
to 4 ,0 0 0 bu. per day. Stores 
up to 4 8 ,0 0 0 bu. 


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EXCLUSIVE FEATURES 


FREEMAN SHOE CO. 


1201 W. FIRST ST. 
DIXON. ILL. 


“ AN E Q U A L O P P O R T U N I T Y E M P L O Y E R ” 


G ov ernm ent L o a n * at 
4% A R E A V A IL A B L E 
F O R F A R M S T O R A G E 


Stouffer’s 


6n*Siop ÿ é m , tton 


S 
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Peoria Ave. Ph. 2S4-6643 


Siies to 25000 Bushel 
— Financing Plans Available— 
CADY IMPLEMENT CO. 


P.O. TAMPICO, ILL. 
PH. 438-5678 
ALPHA M. BELLOWS — PHONE POLO 944-3178 


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P le a s e nend m e free in fo rm atio n : 
[ J F a r m P r o fit P la n Rook 
H as lä g e B oo klet 
□ R evolution in B lue B oo k 
Q C'ornlage B ulletin 


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• Largest selection of bin sixes in the industry. Diameters available are: 
15', 12 1' , 
24', 27', 30', 33', 36', 39', 42', 45', and 48'. Heights 


range from 10' • " to 48' high. 


At ioast 2 ox. zinc coating on all shoet stool used In 
construction-assuring long lit«, loss maintenanco and 
bottor appearance. 


[• Clear-span roof dosign foaturing Pennington’s “Super-ribs.” 3 times 


greater strength. 


e large center root ©penings-from 29 " to 60", provide greater exhaust 


efficiency. 


W R I T E O R P H O N E F O R C O M P LE T E D ET AI LS t 


ALL UNITS COMPLETELY INSTALLED ON YOUR FARM 
FOR FREE QUOTATIONS SEE OR CALL TODAY 


FARMERS LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. 


CO N TRACTIN G — ALL TTPES OF CONSTRUCTION 


COMPLETE PLANNING AND DESIGN SERVICE 


PHONE 946-2331 
POLO, ILL, 


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Dix on Ev ening Telegraph 
P . 23 . W ed., A ug. 30, 1907 


SALE •• MISCELLANEOUS 
BOATS & MOTORS 


LATE 
season 
bargain s. 
All 
in 
stock boats an d m otors to be sold . 
In board s an d outboard s, n ew ami 
used . See us 
tod ay. 
Wood lan d 
Shore M arin a, phon e 251-4748. 


B u i u M N c T s u p ^ ^ 


LUM BERMAN G eorge Sez: See 
us for solid vin yl sid in g. No rot, 
rust, n ever n eed s pain tin g. 
I,ee Coun ty G rain Association 
L ee C en ter 
Phon e 857-3522 


NOW is the tim r 
to ad d 
beauty 
to your home. 
In stall 
awn in gs 
m ad e by N avaco. F ree estim ates, 
call tod ay. 
F a rm e rs Lum ber & Supplv Co. 
Polo, 111. 
948-2331 


USED lum ber for 
sale. In quire 
R ustic Drive-In . W est Boyd . 


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AUGUST SPECIALS 
T rad e 
Win d s 
Con tin en tal 
with 
table, 
cushion 
an d 
spare 
tire. 
Will 
sleep 
six 
ad ults. 
R egular 
$1145, n ow on ly $895. 
W arn er’s T railer Sales & Ren tals 
L an ark, 111. 
Phon e 493-2379 


E-Z 
C am per-T railer 
R en tals 
By The Day Or Week. 
Special 
Sale 
A fter 
Labor 
Day 
320 E lm St., Fran klin G rove 5835 


SALE - MISCELLANEOUS 
______________ PETS______________ 


ARC registered purebred St. B er­ 
n ard s. Phon e E lm er Bun ger, Ash­ 
ton 453-9158. 


GERMAN 
shorthaired 
poin ters 
for 
sale. 
Good 
hun tin g 
stock. 
Phon e 284-7584. 


R um m age 
s al e 


GIRL'S clothin g, sizes 12 through 
Jun ior size 
7. 
in clud es 
coats, 
d resses, skirts, blouses ami stretch 
pan t; also 9 x 12 rug. like n ew. 
Phon e 284-2095 


GUNS & AMMO 


Open Sun d ays 
Startin g Septem ber 1 
C a rte r’s Gun Shop 
Shabbon a, Illin ois 
#S A A A A A A /V V S » ^ S A ^ S ^ \^ 
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____________GARAGES___________ 


GARAGES custom built tc fit your 
n eed . No m on ev d own , 5 years 
to pay. Bullock Build ers, 288-3687 
or 625-8009 (Collect). 


GIGANTIC household an d rum - 
rage sale at 815 Assem bL Place 
Thursd ay, Frid ay an d Saturd ay. 
New 
ami used furn iture of all 
kin d s. E arly A m erican . Mod ern . 
Bed s; three TVs in excellen t con ­ 
d ition ; an tiques an d plan ts; baby 
equipm en t; 
m en ’s, child ren an d 
wom en ’s d o ti n g sizes 7-17; m is­ 
cellan eous item s. 


SALE - MISCELLANEOUS 
WANTED TO BUT 


WANT to buy a 10’’ tiltin g arbor 
table saw with m otor. Phon e 284- 
2128 after 5 p.m .s 


WE buy used furn iture, an tiques, 
sportin g good s. On e piece or a 
houseful. E isen berg Trad in g Post, 
Amboy. Phon e 857-2622 


RENTALS 


— We R en t — 
•F loor an d Han d San d ers 
•R ug Sham pooors 
•U pholstery Sham pooers 
•P asteb o ard T able (com plete) 
Preston Pain t 
W allpaper 
324 F irst 
Phon e 288-1138 


' 
RENTALS 
WANTED TO RENT 
SALE •• REAL ESTATE 


RUMMAGE sale 116 E ast Eighth. 
Tuesd ay, W ed n esd ay ami T hurs­ 
d ay after 4 p.m. on ly. Mostly girls 
item s. 


AUGUST 30. W ed n esd ay; August 
31. Thursd ay 9-5. 1216 f e e S treet 
(southeast section ). Also con ven ­ 
tion al w asher. 


GROUP 
sale. 
Man y 
child ren ’.* 
an d in fan ts’ clothes; baby equip­ 
m en t: 
various sizes m en 's an d 
w om en ’s 
sum m er 
an d 
w in ter 
clothes. 
Tuesd ay. 
W ed n esd ay 
T hursd ay 9-8. 925 Assem bly Place 


G ET 
in to the 
W an t Ad s help 
ren t quickly. 


Wan t 
Ad 
habit, 
you sell, buy or 


WEARING A PPAREL 


SUMMER clothin g arrivin g w eek­ 
ly. Men ’s, w om en ’s an d ciild ren 
Save m an y d ollars. Good will Cen ­ 
ter, 303 W. F irst 
S treet, 
phon e 
284-6010. 


TWO 
bed room 
hom e 
close 
in 
n orthsid e. G as heat, carp et, ga­ 
rage. $115. A vailable n ow. Call 
Plow m an Agen cy. 284-3391. 


NEWLY d ecorated two room furn ­ 
ished apartm en t, with TV. Utili­ 
ties furn ished . P riv ate en tran ce. 
R eferen ces. Phon e 284-6239. 


R ET IR E D 
Arm y 
p erately n eed s a 
bed room furn ished apartm en t or 
house. P lease call Mr. B erger at 
284-1811 exten sion 303. 8 a m. to 
5 p.m . or call N achusa House 
after 6 p .m ______________________ 


OLDER 
w orkin g couple 
w an ts 


Sergean t 
d es- \ BEAUTIFUL three bed room brick 
two or th ree hom e located 
four 
m iles 
from 
Dixon 
mi 
blacktop road . 
Close 
to G ran d D etour. This home is 
! seven years old an d has h ard ­ 
wood floors 
throughout. 
Livin g 
room eaipeted . fireplace, oil heat, 
! n atural gas n ow 
available. 
Air 
, 
, 
, 
„ ‘ con d ition er. 
This home has just 
two bed room hom e 
ei 
g<xx i ln >en com pletely red ecorated . Lot 
referen ces. 
W rite 
Box 331, 
c /o sizo jjq x ^ 
j^ rg e garage. Ad - 
Dixon Teleg rap h . 
d ition al lan d available. Will fin - 
FAMILY d esires house or apart- an ce. Total o n c e $23,800. 


FU RN ISH ED apartm en t for ren t. 
In quire at R ustic Drive-In , W est 
Bovd . 


CLEAN pleasan t room in freshly 
red ecorated hom e 
Shower facil­ 
ities. P re fe r m id d le aged m an . 
Phon e 288-1895. 


m en t 
in 
Dixon -Sterlin g 
area 
Phon e 284-7213. 


WANTED TO R E N T -FA R M S 


WANT 200 or m ore acre farm to 
ren t for 1968. P refer d airy but 
would con sid er other. H ave full 
lin e of m achin ery. 
H ave refer­ 
en ces. 
Phon e 
Ashion 
453-2752, 
Raym on d An kn ev. 
SAtF^REATTsTATE 


MODERN th ree bed room custom 
built home. N orthsid e 
Large lot. 
A vailable n ow. Cost $17,500, ren t 
$140 Call 288-2411 


28 x46’ FULL basem en t Two car 
garage. V ery good location . 
NORTHERN COMMERCIAL 
C. W. W oessn er, R ealtor 
P.O. Box 10. Dixon 
284-2733 


WALTER R(X)S AGENCY 
“ It’s R esults That C oun t" 
Phon e 288-1616 d ays or even in gs 
I.avin a Hughes 
288-1241 
K atherin e G. Witzleb 
284-6073 
Ellen C 
M ead e 
284-6415 
Harold T. Cross, Ashton 453-9363 


SALE « REAL ESTATE 


NEW 
FOUR BEDROOM HOME 
On e car garage, 
cem en t 
d rive­ 
way; curb, gutter an d sid ewalks; 
1 4 bath with van ities, ceram ic 
tile, show er d oor; 
full 
poured 
basem en t; 
large 
kitchen —d in in g 
room com bin ation with vin yl roll 
floorin g; 
slid in g d oor to patio; j 
plen ty of cupboard s; d ouble basin 
sin t.. F orm ica top electric stove, 
ran ge hood , 
g arbage 
d isposal; j 
gas heat an d w ater heater; storm 
win d ows an d d oors; well in sulat- j 
I ed ; 12 x 24 carpeted livin g room; j 
i bed room s an d hall hard w ood ; ves­ 
tibule closet; 80-ft. fron tage. Lo­ 
cated in M an or H eights, 
a n ice 
place to live". Call us tod ay. W. 
E Ilubbcll, phon e 284-2860 or 288- 
1208 


SALE - REAL ESTATE 


l-ARGR HOME IN NELSON 
Four bed room s up an d either on e 
or 
two 
d own . 
Large 
kitchen , I 
large bath, fam ily room an d en ­ 
closed 
porch. 
This 
hom e 
d oes 
n ot'd som e red ecoratin g an d fix- : 
in g up. how ever it is basically 
soun d 
an d 
d oes 
have 
its own 
charm . 
Located 
across 
from | 
school on large d ouble lot with 
play 
area, 
shad e 
trees 
an d 
a 
gard en . Priced at $9,500 
Exclu­ 
sive listin g. Call for appoin tm en t. 
School starts soon . 


F. X. NEWCOMER AND CO. 
284-2241 
M arge M ercer. 284-6740 
E arl Tippy, Rock Falls, 625-4978 
For Farm s, Phon e 
Pieschel. 284-2703 


SA LE-R EA L ESTATE 


FOR sale by ow n er. Will sell on 
con tract to qualified buyer. N orth­ 
east location . T hree bed room bi­ 
level. C arpeted livin g room an d 
d in in g area, fin ished 
recreatio n 
room , 
alum in um 
sid in g, 
h o u r 
years old Full price <17.500. $1,0(J0 
d own . Phon e 288-2662. 


NEW d eluxe on e bed room ap a rt­ 
m en t. N orthsid e in Dixon . Sin gle 
or m arried couple. 
Phon e Am- 
bov 857-3916. 


MOTEL room s by week or mon th. 
R eason able. 
No cookin g. 
Phon e 
284-7332 n oon or after 6 p.m . 


JOIN the hun d red s an d hun d red s 
of people who use classified ad s 
to 
ren t 
property. 
A partm en ts 
an d houses are in d em an d . Phon e 
284-2222 to place your ad in the 
Telegraph 


BRADY VILLAGE 
KITCHEN WILL BE 
CLOSED EVENINGS 
AT 11:00 P.M. 
STARTING SEPTEMBER 


HAVE a few ap artm en ts avail­ 
able at Dixon M an or A partm en t 
Build in g. Ren ts ran ge from $74 
to $93 p er m on th. W ater an d heat 
furn ished . F or appoin tm en t phon e 
M rs. Cole. 288-3285. 


FIV E room secon d floor un fur­ 
n ished apartm en t in G ran d De­ 
tour. H eat furn ished . Phon e 652- 
4428. 


PARK 
PHONE 284-7613 


SANDERS, ed gers, polishers, roll­ 
ers an d d o-it-yourself equipm en t. 
G oral Bros. 
121 G alen a Ave. 
Phon e 284-2923 


T Îf f Îc e I 
p ac e ^ 


O FFIC E space 
on 
first 
floor. 
T hree room s, good location . Also 
suitable for sm all busin ess. Im ­ 
m ed iate possession . 
In quire 
at 
F a r l e y 
In suran ce 
an d 
Real 
E state, 288-4431. 


WANT ad s work Like a com puter, 
seekin g buyers for you in record 
tim e. To place your ad just phon e 
284-2222 an d 
ask for Classified 
1 ad s. 


AN AMAZING 
VALUE 
We are proud to be the first 
to offer you this real hon est 
bargain in this beautiful th ree 
bed room brick ran ch. Spacious 
livin g room , colored bath fix­ 
tures, hard w ood floors through­ 
out. two fire places, full base­ 
m en t, 
large 
en closed 
heated 
porch. G arage. This hom e is 
situated in a park like settin g 
on a n ice quiet street. South­ 
east. O urs exclusive. 
Only $23,000 
A. J. TEDWALL 
AGENCY 
E d d ie an d lon e An d erson 
Office 288-3941 
Res. 284-7032 
R evn old s 288-3093 
B ryan t 288-1141 


A d vertise Or Be Forgotten 


Yo u Are Invited 


to Senrs Ex citing 
Wig Ba za a r 


THURSDAY, AUGUST 31 
FRIDAY & SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 & 2 
Co me in a nd Meet 
CARALE HOLTZ 


Nation ally famous ^ ig Con sul­ 


tan t an d Fashion Authority. Sho 


will be happy to give you a FREE 


^ ig con sultation . Let this pro­ 


fession al ad vise you on the style 


an d color best for you. 


Yo u’ll Feel a s Ex citing a s Yo u Lo o k 
In a Sea rs Fa shio n Wig 


• Sears wigs are crafted of quality human bair, 
in d ivid ually styled to en han ce your beauty. 
• Each wig is custom-fitted to feel as comfortable 
an d n atural as your real hair. 
• Choose from d ozen s of shad es to match your 
h a ir. . . or co lo r a n ew yo u ! 


Go ahead —Try on a Sears wig 
New v istas of beauty w ill open for y on 
Co me with yo ur friend s . • . Ba za a rs a re FUN 


SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE 
Sa tisfa ctio n Gua ra nteed o r Yo ur Mo ney Ba ck 


319 W. Is* ST. 


PHO N E 288-2251 


DIXON, ILLIN O IS 


SXA1S, ftOUUCK AND OO. 


NORTH DIXON 
N ear Jefferson school. New three 
bed room 
ran ch 
home. 
Built-in 
kitchen , 
carpeted 
livin g 
room , 
hard w ood 
floors 
in 
bed room s, 
ceram ic 
tile 
bath. 
Alumin um 
storm an d screen s, 
steel 
sid in g. 
Sin gle car attached garage. N ear 
com pletion . 
Call 
H am pton 
Con ­ 
struction Co., 
502 
M aple 
Lan e, 
Sterlin g 625-7043 


RIVER VIEW 
from this two story. 3 b<*d - 
room . Lovely large livin g room 
with fireplace, sep arate d in in g 
room , 
large 
screen ed 
porch 
overlookin g 
beautiful 
lan d ­ 
scaped lot. 
N ear n orth—n ew- 
on m arket. Call for appoin t­ 
m en t. 


CONVENIENT NORTH­ 
WEST LOCATION 
A good th ree bed room , h a rd ­ 
wood 
floors throughout. 
G as 
heat, garage, n ice lan d scaped 
yard —very con ven ien t to Super 
M arket, High School an d close 
to town . P rice on ly $14.250. Be 
first on this on e an d call us. 


SCENIC SETTING 
Q uality th ree bed room brick 
ran ch, full basem en t, attached 
garage. Spacious livin g room 
with fireplace, m od em kitchen , 
ceram ic 
bath, 
good 
closets. 
P leasan t 
ru ral 
n eighborhood 
on hard road 
5 m iles from 
Dixon . 
Low 
tw en ties. 


BRAND NEW 
T hree lied room ran ch house in 
n ortheast location . Full base 
m en t. gas heat carpeted livin g 
room ; 
ran ge, hood an d ven t 
fan . A ttached garage 
Can be 
all yours for on ly $18,500 


CARL E. PLOWMAN 
AGENCY 
120 G alen a Ave. Ph. 284-3391 


EVENING S 
M arg Kerz 284-6862 
Walt M ueller 288-1893 
Don Raym on d 284-6876 
W ayn e H ershberger 288-2171 


LET'S TRADE 


Mov e up to a new Fam ily 
Tailored H om e by trad­ 
ing 
in y our old house 
now. It’s the easy way to 
get rid of all the “ old” 
house problems and en­ 
joy the m aintenance free 
features of a new home. 
Call now. 


FAMfor lAHOPrp 
n ó vcs 
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W. N A H O N A I 


BEELER 


\M > 
BEELER 
28 S-4444 


SOUTHEAST 
Big 
beautiful 
three 
bed room 
ran ch home. 26 livin g room , g al­ 
ley kitchen with eatin g space a t 
either en d . 
Full basem en t, gas 
heat, large 
shad ed 
lot. 
fen ced 
backyard . Fin an cin g can be a r ­ 
ran ged . 


C. REU TER. REALTORS 
112*2 First St. 
Phon e 288-31(4 
Chuck R euter. 288-1335 
D elores N agy, 288-1674 


FOUR bed room house for sale in 
Fran klin Grove 
Full liason ien t. 
city gas heat Phon e E lm er Bun g- 
er. Ashton 453-9156 


NEW 
TH R EE BEDROOM HOME 
Two car garage, cem en t d n ve- 
|w ay; curb, gutter an d sid ewalks, 
twn full Iwuhs, ceram ic tile, van i­ 
ties, show er d oor; 
large livin g 
room , pan eled family toom with 
slid in g d oor to cem en t patio; util­ 
ity room , 11 closets an d storage, 
total 
electric heat, 
ater heat­ 
er. stove an d ran ge hood 
beauti­ 
ful 
cupboard s, 
stain less 
steel 
sin k, garbage d isposal; all floors 
in clud in g kitchen an d baths have 
Vikin g carpet: brick fron t, steel 
sid in g 
ami Corn ish com bin ation 
d oors an d win d ows; 8n -ft fron tage 
Located 
in 
M an or 
Heights, 
"a 
n ice place to live". Call us tmlay 
W 
E 
Hubbell, phon e 284-2860 oi 
288-1208 


ROCKYTEW ESTATES 


RIVERFRONT LOTS 


10'( D o w n —6 'r Balance 


CALL TODAY 


C. REUTER. 


112*2 First St. 


r e a l t o r 


288-3174 


READY FOR YOU 


T hree 
bed room s 
in 
this 
ran ch hom e, 2*2 baths (cer­ 
am ic tile an d large m irror 
over 
5’ 
van ity). 
Pan eled 
“ re c " 
room 
(super sized ). 
C arpetin g 
an d 
oak 
floors. 
Rrick 
trim 
an d 
alum in um 
sid in g. 


K 
I N 
t 
C 
H 
W R Y 


H O M E S 


Bv Rock Riv er 
414 FF.RRIS ST. 
Builders 
284-6925 


EDGE OF TOWN . . 
Approxi­ 
m ately 
10 
acres 
with 
m od ern 
th ree bed room home. Several out­ 
build in gs 
Located 
on 
blacktop 
road with 660’ of fron tage zon ed 
for busin ess. 


FOUR BEDROOMS . 
. South­ 
east. This two sto n 
home has 
been 
com pletely 
refin ishod . 
It 
has a 20’ lon g iivin g 
room 
all 
carpeted , 12 x 12 d in in g room, on e 
large 
bed room 
d own with 
full 
bath. 
C arpeted 
d en 
or 
stud v 
room. H ere is a home you would 
en joy livin g in . Call for appoin t­ 
m en t n ow. 


GEO RGE BISHOP 
R ealtor 
119*2 Hen n epin 
Phon e 284-3397 
Doris Miller. 284-6541 
G eorge Bishop. 288-1880 
A E. M arth. 284-3968 
M ild red Reed . 288-3863 


REPAIR SERVICE 
THE HEATING 
SEASON IS 
ALMOST HERE! 


W ards 
will 
check 
and 
i n s p e c t 
your 
heating 
plant 
at 
your 
conven­ 
ience for . . . 


ONLY * 9 § 5 


PHONE 
288-4461 


For Prompt Courteous 
Service by Qualified 
Servicemen 


LIKE CINDERELLA'S 
SLIPPE R 
This house won ’t fit everyon e, 
but 
it 
could 
be 
just what 
you’ve been lookin g for. Main 
house has large, gracious liv­ 
in g d in in g 
room , 
two 
bed ­ 
room s. bath an d kitchen . Low­ 
er 
level in clud es glassed 
in 
porch an d beauty shop. Then , 
as a bon us, th ere is a com ­ 
pletely 
self-con tain ed 
stud io 
ap artm en t with kitchen , bath, 
livin g bed room an d a sun d eck 
with a trem en d ous view. Huge 
basem en t could l>e m ad e in to 
recreation room . It’s close to 
town location is id eal for peo­ 
ple with tran sportation prob­ 
lem s. As we said , it’s n ot for 
everyon e. T ry it on an d if it 
fits YOU call us for an ap­ 
poin tm en t. T erm s can be a r­ 
ran ged . 
IF YOU HAVE SCHOOL 
AGE CHILDREN 
This two year old tri-level is 
m ad e to ord er for you. Ixrcated 
in 
Jefferson 
P ark 
just 
on e 
block from Jefferson School. 
It 
has three bed room s, c a r­ 
peted 
livin g 
room 
an d 1*2 
baths. 
Fin ished 
recreation 
room for the kid s to play in 
on rain y d ays. P riced in low' 


“ S LARGE FAMILY 
If you’re tired of lin in g up in 
fron t of the bathroom d oor, 
take a look at this four bed ­ 
room . two story house on the 
N ortheast sid e 
It has three 
baths — n o w aitin g. The huge 
backyard is your own private 
park. P riced in ’teen s. 
R. L. Farley, Realtor 
119 E. First 
28 8 -4433 
“ Phone 24 Hours 
A D av ” 


U R EE room m od ern home an -1 
garage. At ed ge of town 
Priced 
at $3500. Good term s. 
TWO acres with 
set 
of 
farm 
build in gs 
an d 
four 
bed room 
hom e. 
10 
m iles 
from 
Dixon 
$11.000 on con tract. 
H. E. G ERD ES. Real E state 
Office Phon e 288-2745 
L auren ce M orris. 288-3192 
O rlan d o Span gler, 2 4-6744 


1 0 % DOWN 


Will buy this n ew con ven tion al 
hu.lt three bed room ran ch, lull 
p o u r e d con crete basem en t, 
arge 
kitchen 
with 
built-in 
an ge 
an d 
oven , 
hard w ood 
floors, carpeted livin g room , 
attached garage 
N ear Jeffer- 
on School. $tS,ooo. 


JUST OFFERED 


The ow n er has ad d ed every 
con ven ien ce to this 1*2 story, 
three bed room hom e, an d n ow 
his work 
has taken him 
to 
an other state All the im prove­ 
m en ts like a n ew kitchen two 
full 
baths, 
separate 
d in in g 
room 
n ew d rapes throughout 
are passed alon g to you P ric­ 
ed at $18,000. 


If 
A tlN fiV 
R E A L T O R 


1254 N. G alen a 
Dixon 
Phon e 284-3040 or 288 5387 
A cross from Lin coln Man or 
M arge Corn well 284-3986 
John Rich 284-3040 


liste n 
to 
our 
hom e 
buyers 
guid e every Saturd ay m orn in g 
at 8 05 on WTXN, 


FRANKLIN GROVE 


* Beautiful five bed room home 
with two car garage. Com ­ 
pletely rem od eled . Must be 
seen to be appreciated . 
1 Ixiwer priced two bed room 
hom e "Right Down town ”. 
’ C ottage plus tw en ty acres. 
In 
iK*aceful 
surroun d in gs. 
Priced 
below' 
$10,0tK). 
Low 
taxes. 
* 1964 
Mobile home. 
Hooked 
up to city w ater an d sew er. 
Nice location . 
* Several 
n ice 
build in g 
sites 
for you hom e build ers w 
i s h ­ 
in g to situate perm an en tly. 


AMBOY 


* Several low priced but very 
n ice hom es in real good lo­ 
cation s. 
Our salesm an will 
be happy to show an ytim e. 
Call for appoin tm en t. 


TOWN & COUNTRY 
REAL ESTATE 


FRANKLIN GROVE. ILL. 
Hen ry A. Duller Phon e 456-2244 
R. L. F arley, R ealtor 


W ANTED TO Rl V 


WANT to buy 1, 2, or 3 acres on 
m ajor highway in to Dixon . On e 
to two m iles outsid e city lim its. 
Sen d price an d d etails to Box 332, 
i/o Dixon Telegraph. 


IN 
MOUNT MORRIS 
Two bed room hom e, in good con ­ 
d ition . with garage an d basem en t. 
In clud e 
location , 
price, 
n am e, 
phon e n um ber. W rite Box 329, c o 
T elegraph, or call 284-7958. 


n E s m n i i r i >p u r r \ ~ 


1 ACRE of n in es 
for 
cam pin g, 
cabin or home, 
easy d rive 
in 
Southw est 
W iscon sin . 
Has 
over 
150 big pin es, w on d erful Jrin kin g 
w ater, electricity 
on road , hun t­ 
in g an d fishin g. Will sell $19 50 a 
mon th. 
For free m ap. wr i t ' J . 
M cKen n a, Box 64. Mad ison ,' Wis­ 
con sin 


R E A T T i ^ T E n j ^ A > ^ 


ASK alxRit our Home Loan w ith 
the prepaym en t privilege that can 
save you m an y d ollars in in ter­ 
est costs. F irst F ed eral Savin gs 
&• Loan , 105 W 
F irst, “ A frien d ly 
place to d o busin ess."P hon e 288- 
2713. 


Dog's Life 


Prev ious Puzzle 


ACROSS 


PUBLIC SALE! 
■ ■ ■ OF ■ ■ ■ 
REAL ESTATE 
327 ACRES, More or Less 
THURSDAY, SEPT. 7, 1967 


COMMENCING AT 1:30 P.M . SHARP 


To settle the estate of Charles' F . W elty , Sr., de­ 
ceased, the heirs will offer for sale- this 327 acre farm 
located 10 m iles south of D ix on, Illinois on Highway No. 
26 to W arners’ B.S.A. Sign then east 1 m ile and south 
to farm , or 9 m iles north of Ohio, Illinois on H ighway No. 
26 to W arner’s B.S.A. Sign then east 1 m ile and south to 
farm . Signs w ill m ark farm . 
B uildings include an 8 -room m odern hom e (oil h eat); 
large liv estock barn or dairy barn with 28 stanchions — 
G rade A equipped with hulk tank (could easily be con­ 
v erted to liv estock b arn); double corn crib (4.0(81 bu. 
cap acity ); additional corn sto ra g e ; p ractically new m a­ 
chine shed 9 0’\36 ’ and other sm all buildings. 
300 A cres of tillable and m ostly black m ix ed loam 
soil. V ery productiv e and lev el. B alance good pasture 
with s c a tte re d tim ber. Well located being only 1*2 m iles 
from sm all town and 10 m iles from D ix on, the County 
Seat. 
This farm has been in fam ily nam e for ov er 100 
y ears. Until this y ear, has alw ay s been farm ed on a liv e­ 
stock basts and is in a v ery high state of fertility . Has 
been classified as one of the good farm s in Lee County . 
ASC rating of 9 1 bushels per acre. 
TER M S: 10% down day of sale, balance on the 1st 
of M arch 19 68 when possession w ill be giv en. A bstract 
furnished 
show ing 
title 
to 
be 
m erchantable or Title 
P olicy at option of sellers. 19 67 tax es to be paid for by 
sellers. 


Owners: Heirs of Charles F. Welty Sr., Deceased 


F or further particulars contact auctioneers. 
A uctioneers: E V E R E T T and ART J OHNSON 
Phone 28 8 -1340 D ix on, Illinois, or 37 6-49 11 Ohio, Illinois 
A tty s.: D ix on, D ev ine, R ay , & M orin, D ix on, 111. 


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Pag e 24 
DIXON EVENING TELEGRAPH 
Wednesday , Aug ust 2ft, 1 967 


G o in g s-O n in P o lo 


POLO — M r. and M rs. Elwo o d , 
H anso n, Ro ckfo rd, w ere Su nday 1 
afterno o n v isito rs o f M rs. Bert i 
Bo wen. 
Mr. and M rs. William M ax ey ,I 
who hav e been gu ests o f the fo r­ 
m e r ’s 
paren ts, 
Mr. 
and 
Mrs. j 
W alter M ax ey , retu rn ed to t he i r 1 
ho m e 
at 
Liberty v ilie 
Su nday , j 
M rs. G eo rge K ru ger, a d a u gh-! 
te r o f the M ax ey s, a rriv ed Su n-1 
d ay fro m F a rgo , N. 
D. 
Mrs. j 
W alter M ax ey is co nfined to her 
ho m e by illness. 
* 
* 
* 


M r. and M rs. R o bert Yeakel, 
who hav e been v isiting the lat- 
ter's d a u ghter and fam ily , the 
R ichard W eav ers, left Mo nday 
to retu rn to their ho me in Twin 
Falls, Idaho . They w ere T hu rs­ 
d ay lu nch gu ests o f Mr. and 
M rs. P au l R o m berger. 
W ednesday 
lu nch 
gu ests 
o f 
P a u l B o m berger u e r e M r. and 
M rs. R o bert C o penhav er, Halls- 
v ille, Mo . 
Mr. and Mrs. P au l B o m b er­ 
ge r entertained Miss M ae Fau l- 
ha b e r and Miss Ann F au lhab er, 
M rs. M ary T im m er an d Mrs. 
E m ily Bu rto n, Pine C rest M an ­ 


o r, Mo u nt M o rris, at lu nch Su n­ 
day ev ening. 
Su nday ev ening lu nch gu ests 
o f M r. and Mrs. Clarence E m ­ 
bry w ere Mr. and Mrs. Orv in 
Schaefer, Jo hn, To m and M ary , 
Madiso n, Wis. 
Mr. and Mrs. H a rry Wu ebben 
retu rn ed Su nday fro m a weeks 
v acatio n 
with 
their 
so n 
and 
dau ghter-in-law , Mr. and Mrs. 
Haro ld 
Wu ebben 
and 
family , 


D ay to n, Ohio . 


SAN DIEGO. Calif. 
(API — 
Bo nnie Jo Bily eu —fo rm er m a n ­ 
aging edito r o f San Diego State 
Co llege’s 
n ew spaper—w as 
sen­ 
tenced to six y ears in federal 
priso n fo r sm u ggling m a riju a ­ 
na. 
Miss 
Bily eu , 
21, 
was 
sen­ 
tenced 
by 
U.S. 
Dist. 
Ju dge 
J a m e s C a rte r M o nday despite a 
paro le b o ard 's reco m m endatio n 
fo r pro batio n. She w as arre ste d 
last 
J a n u a r y 
at 
the 
M ex ican 
bo rder, attem ptin g to sm u ggle 
4 4 po u nds o f m ariju a n a into the 
co u ntry . She pleaded gu ilty . 


Blev ins Family 
Reunio n Held 
At White Pines 


MOUNT MORRIS - Six ty -eight 
families were 
present 
fo r 
the 
Blev ins reu nio n which was held 
recently at the White Pines State 
Park. Thirty -o ne o f the gro u p had 
breakfast at the park. 


Mr. 
and 
Mrs. 
E arl 
Blev ins, 
Mo u nt Mo rris, receiv ed the prize 
fo r the largest family 
present. 
Mr. and Mrs. H arry Lingel, Ore­ 
go n, was the o ldest co u ple pre­ 
sent. 


Mr. and Mrs. G ary Co lt rain o f 
Rv ro n w ere the newest m arried 
co u ple. The y o u ngest present was 
Darcy Co ltrain, dau ghter o f Mr. 
and Mrs. G ary Co ltrains, By ro n. 


Ro th the y o u ng gro u p and the 
adu lts play ed gam es with prizes 
being aw arded 
to the 
winners. 
The pie eating co ntest was wo n 
by Mark Blev ins. 


Mrs. 
H ester Smith and 
Mrs. 
E dgar Wells w ere in charge o f 
this y ears reu nio n. 


Mrs. Ellswo rth Kno dle, By ro n 
and Mrs. Ada Wells, Egan, will 
plan the 39B8 reu nio n. 


Ou t o f to wn family m em bers 
were present fro m Leaf Riv er, 
By ro n, Egan, 
Sterling, 
Dix o n, 
So mo nau k and Eu bank, Kv . 


HomcwutosNcws 


FRANCES G. REEVERTS 
Lee County Home Adviser 


U niverw ty of tllinoi* C o lle ge e< A gricu itvre 
C o o p e ra ti«* E xte n sion S * r v it * 


Fo o d 
sto res 
and 
ro adside 
stan ds hav e an a sso rtm e n t o f 
su m m e rtim e v egetables no w. 


F re s h v egetables a re gro w ing 
m o re co lo rfu l as they beco m e in­ 
creasingly av ailable these day s. 
Sweet co rn, cu cu m b ers, su m m e r 
squ ash, to m ato es, ca rro ts, and 
eggplant help to m ake this ra in ­ 
bo w o f co lo r. 
The grad e m a rk o f the U.S. 
D epartm en t o f A gricu ltu re m ay 
a ppe a r o n canned, fro zen, and 
dried 
fru its 
and 
v egetables. 
When y o u see it, it m ea n s go o d 
qu ality pro du ce that w as packed 
u nder the su perv isio n o f an o ffi­ 
cial G o v ernm ent grad er. 
Altho u gh m o st fresh fru its and 
v egetables a re so ld at who lesale 
o n the basis o f U.S. grades, no t 
m any a re m a rke d with the grade 
when they are so ld in the gro ­ 
cery sto re. 
The ty pical ra n ge o f grad es 
fo r fresh fru its and v egetables 
is U.S. F a n c y , U.S. No . 1, and 
U.S. No 2. F o r so m e pro du cts 
there a re grad es abo v e and b e­ 
lo w 
that 
range. 
Apples 
are 
I grad ed as 
U.S. 
E x tra F ancy , 


j U.S. Fancy , U.S. No . 1, and U.S. 
I Utility . 


The grades are based o n the 
pro d u c t’s co lo r, size, shape, m a ­ 
tu rity , and n u m b er o f defects. 
The lo w er grad es a re ju st as nu - 
! tritio u s as the higher grades. 
The difference is m ainly in ap- 
I pearance, waste, and preference. 


Is the to m ato a fru it o r a v e g­ 
etable? This qu estio n has been 
: debated fo r y ears. 
B o tanically , the to m ato is a 
fru it, m u ch like a b erry . It is 
a m e m b e r o f the sa m e fam ily 
as po tato es and is also u sed as 
a v egetable. It has, in fact, been 
legally ju dged a v egetable. 
Call them w hat y o u will, to ­ 
m ato es o ffer palate-pleasing and 
| ey e-appealing go o dness to any 
meal. They are a rich so u rce o f 
v itam in C. 
Ripe to m ato es will keep best 
if held u nco v ered in a re frig­ 
erato r. 
If y o u 
prefer to 
bu y 
green o r u nripened to m ato es, do 
NOT try to ripen them o n a 
! w arm , 
su nny 
windo wsill. 
The 
heat m ay tu rn them y ello w in- 
i stead o f red. Ripen to m ato es in 


go o d light at ro o m te m peratu re. 
Do NOT re frigerate u nripened 
to m ato es as they m a y beco m e 
pale, w a te ry and so ft. 
T o m ato Tips 
Kno w’ 
ho w to 
peel 
to mato es 
qu ickly and easily ? 
T ry any o ne o f these three 
m etho ds to m ake the jo b easy . 
—S tro ke the skin with the du ll 
edge o f a knife blade u ntil the 
skin is lo o sened, o r 
—Dip 
the to m ato in bo iling 
w a te r fo r o ne m inu te, then co o l 
a t o nce in co ld w ater, o r 
—Ru n 
fo rk 
into 
to m ato 
and 
ro tate it o v er he a t o f co o king 
u nit u ntil the skin is b right and 
shiny . Co o l at o nce in co ld w ater. 
The peel will co m e o ff easily 
a fter an y o ne o f these tr e a t­ 
m ents. 
The ten d e r-ea red hy brid pro d ­ 
u ct we kno w as sw eet co rn to day 
is the resu lt o f tho u sands o f m u ­ 
tatio ns 
and cro ss-breeding e x ­ 
perim en ts. P len ty o f fresh-fro m - 
the-farm co m 
is 
no w 
waiting 
y o u r selectio n a t pro du ce co u n­ 
ters an dro ad side stan ds thro u gh 
the M idwest. 
Be 
su re 
y o u 
kno w 
ho w 
to cho o se 
qu ality 
ears. 
Snu g, 
bright 
green 
hu sks 
indicate 
freshness, and shiny d a rk bro w n 
silk is a sign o f well-filled ke r­ 
nels. K ernels m a y be la rge o r 
sm all, y ello w o r w hite, d epen d ­ 
ing o n the v ariety . They sho u ld 


be in ev en ro w s, bright, plu m p ^ 
and milky inside. 


K eep co o l—tha t’s the m o d e r n ; 
passw o rd fo r keeping co rn fresh | 
fro m field to fire. N atu ral s u g-; 
ars in co rn 
begin 
changing to 
sta rc h within 20 m inu tes after 
it is picked. The so o ner y o u u se j 
it, the sw eeter and ju icier it will 
be. Av o id keeping it in y o u r re­ 
frigerato r fo r mo re than a day , 
ev en if y o u w rap it in a dam p 
clo th o r keep hu sks o n to co n­ 
serv e mo istu re. 


B u ttery -Y Spreads F o r Co rn 
My fav o rite spread is plenty 
o f m elted bu tter, salt and pep­ 
per. 


Select o ne o f these spreads 
fo r v ariety . 


we care 
Enjoy The Guaranteed Taste of “Super-Right" Meats 
It isn't 
easy to 
bo y bean co ffee! 


No waday s, v ery few sto res o ffer y o u bean co ffee. 


Why do es A&P still o ffer co ffees in the bean ? 
Basically , because “ We Care.” 


Specifically , because we kno w these facts: 


The co ffee bean is nature’s seal that ho lds the flav o r. 


Once that seal is bro ken by g rinding , flav o r fades... 


NO MATTER HOW ITS PACKAGED. 


The sho rter the time betweetrg rmding the beans 


and brewing yenr co ffee, the g reater the flav o r. 


ip T 
pA COFFEE ^ 
MILL 


So if y o u want the finest cup 


o f “ The Think Drink” y o u’v e ev er tasted, 


buy and brew o ne o f A&P’s three Bean Co ffee blends... 
Eig ht O’Go ck, Red Grde or Bo kar. 


No t ev ery sto re can o ffer y o u custo m-g ro und bean co ffee. 
A&P can and do es. 


Sho uldn’t A&P be y o ur sto re? 


\ 



r m . -rag q u e s t a tv a w w c * p acific r g * c o , inc. 


J 
A&P's Su per Right 
FULLY COOKED 
HAMS 


BUTT PO tTIO N 


, 4 
9 e 


SH ANK 
PORTION 
lb.3 9 


A&P's Super Right 
Fully Cooked Ham 


14 TO 16 LB. AVC. 


Who le o r 
Shank Half 


Popular Brand 
Conned Hams 


8-lb. size 
$6 .49 
4 


lb. 


lb. 
size 
55 
5 05 9 


CENTER RIB 
PORK CHOPS 


LOIN PORK CHOPS 
* 89e 7 9 


A&P's Super Right 
FUU 7 RIB 
PORK ROAST 


lb.4 9 


Tender, Tasty & Meaty 
COUNTRY 


lb.5 9 


A&P's Super Right 
FULL LOIN 
SPARE RIBS PORK ROAST 


lb.5 9 


SUPER 
RIGHT 


FRESH o r 
SMOKED 


2 1 * 1 1 5 
All-Meat Franks 
Liver Sausage 
Swift's Beef Burgers 
Shrim p "ir-S S “ 
Peeled & Deveined Shrimp’^ 
*249 


pkfl. 
*4 9* 
99* 


„ si» ’ 


FRYER 
LEGS 


BREAST 


„ 5 V 4 9 
lb. 


A&P BAG COFFEE 


8 O'CLOCK 1 


RED CIRCLES^#® 


BOKAR 
I-LB. BAG 73c 
bag 


Holiday-Quality Groceries! 
AcPCHARCOAL 
BRIQUETS 


FOR YOUR 
HOUDAY 
COOK-OUTS 


Egg Noodles 


Tea Bags 


A&P Coffee 


— 
H 


r 
Jane Parker Holiday Favorites! ] 


APPLE 
PIE 
Do ted Fo r 
» . 
Freshness 


Jane Pai 
8 inch 
size 


REG. 
49c 


•ker3 9 


Sandwich Bread 
Z Z . 
4 £ g 8 9 'X 


Sandwich Rolls 
- ' f l 
2 *„£ . 49e 


Angel Food Cake 
’ZZZ 
^ 491 


Potato Chips 
¿ t Z L 
£ 49’^ 


3 * * 1 “ 
Preserves 
Sultane 
Strawberry 
”~5 9 c 


3 ^ * 1 “ 
Grope Jelly 
Aim 
Pa«. 
3 ¿ 6 9 ‘ 


V 5 9* 
Skim Milk 
A4 P 
Brand 
3 £ 38* 


2 » * i » 
Syrup ANN 
p a g e 
Pancake A 24-ox. O Q ® 
Waffle 
Bfl. 


Fine Quality Dairy Features! 
* 
j 
M el-O -Bit 
CHEESE 
SLICES S' 


American o r Pimento5 9 


A&P Cream Cheese 


A&P Longhorn Cheese 


Soofhem Delight Biscuits 


Potato Salad 


Chunk 
Sty le 


r. 35 - 


». 85' 


M* * t * 
& 
j A c 
J e n 
® Wbee 4 7 


a**» ku •« 
Multa rd 
2 ‘ 59’ 


EXCEL BRAND 
Mixed Nuts^ r 


Handi-Wrap 
7 9 


r 


4 *1 
Tasty Choice! Frozen Foods! 
I* 


IDEAL FOR 
100 Ft. A P ( 
SANDWICHES 
Ro ll AJ 


itGlad" Sandwich Bags 
33( 


FOU. 


Bennetts Prune Juice 


Reynold's Wrap Al— 


French's Mustard 


Kool-Aid 


Roast Beef Hash 


35- 


* 
A&P Top Quality 
ORANGE 
JUICE 
The Real Thing 
Fro m Fio nda6™SS* 


L Otbee 


• Beef • Terlcey 
11-«*. 
Libby's Lemonade 


Sultana Dinners • 
LJ 


Devils Food Cake 
* * 
ST 55* 


Ice Cream 
.•££ ; 
If * 75* 


A&P - SALTED IN SHELL 
Roasted Peanuts bag 


Robin Hood Flour 


Gold Medal Flour 


Instant Fels 
10c 
OFF 


3 9c 


5 £,63* 


25 £.*2" 


5 1.5 -o z. 7 7 c 
pkg. 
/ / 


Ro ll 31e Realemon Lemon Juice 


£M 9 C Bonesse Shampoo 


Quart 
BtL 49« 


39- 


MARY 
KITCHEN 
15-o z. 
can 


Swift's Roast Beef 
^ 
79* Safeguard Soap COMPLEXION 2 Size 45* 


Fould's Macaroni 
££ 13* Curad's Adhesive Bandage ’¿,* 45* 


Superóse Sweetener so asnru TE 
m 1 69c Johnson's Pledge "ÍS S " ’tT *127 


49c Supreme Cookies m ocS 
49« P.D.Q. Instant Chocolate 
49* Strongheart Dog Foodv£.3,5£w 29* 


2 Ov arii 6 pkg» - 29* Sunshine Orbit Cookies CrMms pkg. 49« 


IT SAVINGS 
OLLARS 


HUNDREDS OF CASH PRIZES 
nils product prizes oaiore! 
INSTANT PRIZES-UP TO * 100" S 


' 4 
* KR" K ™ ' 
ITCU M «™ 
ONE MINK STOLE S S ’500“ 


■eCnkTfwñ iíieM 
Vu Im ' 


NEW F RO M A&P 
A&P HAIR 
SPRAY 


Reg. or Hard to Hold 


14 ox. 
can 7 9 


Fresh Fruits and Vegetables! 
I*;:- 
RED POTATOES 
20 89* 


OR WHITE 
NORTHERN 
GRO W N NO. 1 


ITALIAN PRUNE 
PLUMS 


lb.19* 


BARTLETT PEARS 
.29» 


CALIF. GRO W N 
SWEET A N D 
JUICY 


WATERMELON 


RED RIPE 
WHOLE 


Mo re fo r Yo ur Mo ne y at A*P! PLAID STAMPS TOO! 


The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co., Inc.—These prices effective thru Sept. 2, 1967. 
lim im i Ä .im 


SEASON-AL B U T T ER : 
Spice 
melted bu tter with cay enne, chi­ 
li po wder, paprika, o r o nio n salt. 


CRUNCHY B U TTER : To m elt­ 
ed bu tter add grated o nio n, pa rs ­ 
ley 
flakes, 
salt 
and 
cheese 
cra c ke r cru m bs. 


C H ILD R EN ’ S 
C H O I C E : 
Spread co rn o n the co b with 
peanu t 
b u tter 
— 
cru nchy 
o r 


c ream sty le. 


Vegetables M o re A bu ndant 


Yo u will find lettu ce, fresh li­ 
m a beans, green peppers, d ry 
o nio ns and po tato es appearing in 
fo o d sto res and ro adside stands 
in m o re abu ndance and with lo w­ 
e r 
price 
tags 
in 
the 
co ining 


weeks. 


First Sho w Starts 8 p.m. 
SHOWING ALL W EEK 


Don Knotts in "The 
Ghost and Mr. Chicken" 
CO-FEATURE 
.„John Kirk 
Wayne do uglas 
"t he War 
Wago n " 
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Invitatio ns 


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S t a r t s T H U R SD A Y ! 


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were done! 


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Students $1 .00 
Kids 5 0c 


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