Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 14, 1973 · Page 5
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, April 14, 1973
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FFA Members Are Cited ^8 Dinner BtiSHNBLL ^ Tw«tve iMinlMfs o( (he BtuhncU ^ Pralfie City Future Farmers of America Ghai»ter were honored at Ihe IHiirols FFA Section 11 banquet Tluirsday at Western Illinois Univer- adty, Macomb. Jack !2immer- man, a member of the Northwestern FFA Chapter and Section 11 president, was in charge. MEMBERS OF the Bushnell - Prairie City chapter honored by the Illinois FFA Foundation included Steven Hess, third-place state dairy production winner. Section Star Farmer and district ex- temporaneousspeitog laiward; Dan Wiliams, section swine produoUon winner; Dan JMcGrew, section crop pro* duotion winner; Dwrcy Kessler, chairman of the district's winning chapter safety project; Earl Barker, section com production winner, and Jay Melvin, second place state award for sheeip pro- ducbion. Obhers from the BHPC oliap- ter attending the banquet Vere Ken Sorrels, Roger Still, Ken Curtis, Gene Sinnett, Bnshnell MRS. JAY aEMENS Correspondent Home Address: MOW. MurstSt. Phone 772-2240 Rod MoGrew, Delbert Emory and Denis Buchen. All won chapter - level foundation awards or are chapter officers. Tom Kelley, state FFA secretary • treasurer and a student at the University of U- Unols, was guest spesdcer for the evening. HAROLD CAMP, representing Wrestler's Sales and Service, Bushnell, accepted an FFA Foundation sponsor's award on behalf of Shelby Wrestler. Money donated by various sponsors is used to finance FFA awards pro^ grams. Aocompanyiinig the group to the honors dinner was SUNDAY SPECIAL — YOUR CHOICE Chicken 41. Rib Eye .$1.75 Hash Brawnc, French Fries or Baked Potato ~ Teased Salad. KITCHEN OP£N 12 O'CLOCK KNOTTY PINE TAP WATAGA, ILL. — 375*9918 HAL HOLBROOK in "MARK TWAW TONIGHF Wiesfern Illinois University Mocomb ot Western Holl Tuesday, April 17--8 P.M. Adults - $2.50 Students - $1.25 Tickets on Sale at Union Box Office Call 295^657 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. — Monday thru Friday 9 a.m. • 1 p.m. on Saturday SPONSORED BY: BUREAU OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS ' > V/ofcrgo Community Baseball Assoc. Benefif (OUHTRY MUSK SHOW Sun...^ Apr. 15 Golesburg High Auditorium Starring from Grand Old Opry Tom T. Hall Show ALSO — The Midstate Opry Show with Bill Reeves, Duane Sorrels and the Midstaters with Special GuestSy Recording Artist Helen Cornelius and 12>year'Old Banjo Sensation Monty Grover. 2 SHOWS - 2 P.M. & 7 P.M. Advonced Tickets $2.75 ot Door $3.25 Old Music Shoppe & Lindstrom's or Write P.O. Box 1303, Galesburg, 111. 61401 WILLIAMSFIELD HIGH SCHOOL PRESENTS Hedgers ond Hammerstein ll's "CAROUSEL" Fri., April 13, Sot., April 14, 1973. - 8 P.M. In The High School Gym [ Adults $1.50 —Children $.75 Directed by Roger M. McGraw Kidtard Jenkins, duipter adviser. Cliapt«f members will participate in a section livestock judging contest at Western Illinois University Arpil 27 at 1 p.m., Jenkins also reported. Mrs, Paulifie Flack, owner of a lingerie shop in Macomb, presented the program, "Underneath Everything," when 49 menHbers of the Grand- irtothers Club met Thursday evening hi Adair United Methodist Church. Gift certificates were presented to Mrs. Hazel SSuck, Mrs. Dorothy Walters and Mrs. Helen LautertMtoh. > The elub members totaled the number of grandchildren and found ttiat coUeothrdy they have 395 grandcUldfen, 72 great grandfchUdren and two great - great - grandchildren. A LETTER OF appreciation lor'dob members' help with a preschool screening'diniic was read. Mrs. Eileen Nie- stradt, school nurse, reported that 79 children were screened. Seventeen .members of the organization were guests at an Abingdon did) meeting April 3. . , Committed for Thursday's meeting induded Mrs. Leona Opp, Mrs. Ruth Rogers, Mrs. Mary Freburg, Mrs.'Merij^ Heagy, Mrs. Joyce Stambaugh, Mrs. Helen Davis and Mrs. Winona Zimmerman. Next meeting will be May 10 at the Barddph Church. In ni# AmiMl Forces (Sol<sbuffl.ftc9istef>MQii, Gotesbufg, HI. $Qturdoy, Apfll J973^5 Proiecution Pays Witness for Testimony Hines Galva MRS. SUSAN HEPNER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 24 NE Third Ave. Phone 932-2725 Open House Set For Wednesday At Gdlva School GALVA — An Open house will be held at.Galva High School Wednesday from 7-9 p.m.-Student Council members will greet visitors and distribute programs for the "Skiilo- rama." Included in the activities will be homeroom demonstrations by individual teachers with parent participation. A style show will be held, and refreshments' served by a committee of parents and teachers. Registration for Babe Ruth League players will be Monday from 7-9 p.m. in Fireman's Hall of the City Admin- ministration Building. Boys from 13-16 years old are eligible. Insurance fees must be paid along with registration fees. Registration for the Junior League Baseball program is still open. Players may register by contacting John Girven or William Patterson. Air Force T.Sgt. Ocorga L. RtfMi, son o( Mr. and Mrs. Loren E. Hines o( near Roseville, was graduated recenilv from the Air Force Cortimun- ications SerUce (AFCS) N 0 n- commissio n c d Officer A c s. d- emy, Richards- Gebaur AFB, Mo. Hines is an aircraft support equipment technician at Richards-Gebaur. His wife, Nancy, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rowlands, League City, Tex. Miss Marjorle A. Haqd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl X. Hund, 937 S. Cedar St., recently attended the 18th National Angel Flight Conclave at Salt Lake City, Utah. Angel Flight is an honorary service organization for college women and supports the objectives of the Arnold Air Society. Miss Hund is a member of the Angel FUght unit at the University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. Hund wells Airman Daniel J. Wells, whose wife, Bonnie, is the daughter of Mrs. Verna Sopher, Oneida, has been assigned to Keesler AFB, Miss., after completing basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. He has been assigned to the Technical Training Center at Keesler for training as personnel specialist. Airman Floyd K. Gray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester 0. Gray, Williamsfield, has been, assigned to Sheppard AFB, Tex., after completing basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. He has been assigned to the Technical Training Center at Sheppard for specialized training in communications. T sgt. Bernard R. Vanell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse E. Vancil, Bushnell, has arrived for duty with lln Air 'Force unit at Martlesham Heath, England. He is an electrical systems technician, assigned to a unit jf the Air Force Communica lions Service. His wife is the former Catherine A. Tyghe. Army Sgt. Dennis R. Agan, son of Mrs. Alice M. Agan, Alexis, recently participated with some 15,000 American and allied troops in Exercise Re- forger IV in Germany. Agan is regularly assigned as a per sonnel sergeant in the 1st In fantry Division's 1st Administration Co., Germany. His wife, Linda, is with him in Germany. Promotions in Battery C, 2nd Field Artillery Battalion, 123rd Artillery, Galesburg's National Guard unit, were achieved by the following enlisted men: Leon C. Campbell to staff sergeant E-6; James J. Schreck to first sergeant E-8; Gerald R. Dennis to specialist 5 E-5; Rodney W. Goedeke to sergeant E-5, and Charles E. Malley to specialist 5 E-5. Battery C was awarded the National Guard state trophy for the highest standing of merit in the Illinois National Guard. Spec. 4 Robert E. Watson of the battery was given the top recruiter award for the local guard. He was also presented a savings bond for his efforts in recruiting. Air Force Sgt. James W. Maloney Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Maloney, Bushnell, is a member of ah r,iinois-based squadron which has received the Air Force Outstanding Unit Award. Maloney is a communications specialist with the 1918th Communications Squadron which earned the award for exceptionally meritorious service from a April 1970 through March 1972. The 1918th is headquartered at Scott AFB, Belleville. Maloney has completed a tour of duty ui Vietnam. CHICAGO (UPI) - Melvin Adams, the star prosecution witness in the murder trial of Silas Jayhe and two other persons, testified under - cross examination Friday that he has been paid $200 to $300 per month by the prosecution since agreeing to testify. Adams testified for the fifth straight day Friday in the trial of Jayne, Joseph LaPlaca and Julius Barnes, who are charged with the Oct. 28, 1970, slaying Of Jayne's brother, George. Adams testified under crossr examination Friday that the Cook County state's attorney's office and the Illinois Bureau of Investigation have paid him between $200 and $300 each month Since May of 1971. Adams, who was granted immunity from prosecution \n return for his testimony, has testified that Silas Jayne had hired him to murder George Jayne. Adams said he. In turn, recruited Barnes to commit the murder. The defense concluded its cross-examination of Adams, following which Adams' wife, Patricia, was called to the witness stand by the prosecution. Mrs. Adams testified she provided the rifle used to murder George Jayne, who was felled by a shot fired through the basement window of his suburban Inverness home. Mrs. Adams has also been granted immunity from prosecution in return for her testimony. Defense attorneys F. Lee Bailey, Gerald Arch and George Howard, in their cross - examinations of the witnesses, sought to discredit the Adams' testi­ mony, stressing that both witnesses had lied about theh* connection with the slayifig. The defense charged that the two were now testifying in order to receive the monthly payment from the state. The Adams have been receiving money from the state since being, placed under protective ' custody in May of 1971. ORPHEUM STARTS SUNDAY A Top Thriller . .. You'll Love My Mother Patty Duke Rosemary Murphy One Show Each Night at 7:30 Children 60c Adults $1.00 ENDS TONIGHT Ground Sfor Conspiracy The music gl ^ands of beaver are used as a base for perfume. YES! Our Kitchen is Open Monday Nights SPECIAL Rib.Eye-$1.47 Knotty Pine Top WATAGA, ILL. Gray Colclasure Airman Thomas E. Colclasure, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Colclasure, Monmouth, has been assigned to Keesler AFB, Miss., after completing basic training at Laclc- land AFB, Tex. He has been assigned to the Technical Training Center at Keesler for training Center at Kessler for training in communications-electronics systems. Air Force Sgt. Craig A. Yocum, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd F. Yocum Sr., Bushnell, has ar rived for duty at Osan AB, Republic of Korea, Yocum, a construction equipment operator, is assigned to a unit of the Pacific Air Forces (PACAF) which provides tactical air power supporting the U.S. and its allies in Southeast Asia and the Far East. • Sgt. Michael A. Imhoff, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Imhoff, 769 Century Estates, has arrived for duty at Mountain Home AFB, Idaho. He is a security policeman. Top Students Are Reported At Churchill Honor roll for the third quarter has been announced at Churchill Junior High School. Students include: S*v«nth Gnda — Michelle Ackmann, Jim Bird, Linda Blythe, Kris Brackett, Angela Brock, Rebecca Curry, Margaret Davis, Jim Flater, Julie Goletz, Leslie Goudie, Laurie Hane, Brenda Hobbs, Liz Holliday. Carolyn Kelley. Lori LaMar, Karyl Lange, Theresa McKillip, Deborah Masterson, Patty Miles, Curtis Morgan, Jctf Nelson, HoUin Nordgren, Sally Shive, Mary Stoffel, Bruce Turner, Rachel Voorhees, Carol Waters, Sandv Wessels, Brian Will- cutts, Cindy Wilson, Lisa WooUey. Etohih Grade — Cindv Anderson, Susan Anderson, Jlnia Hanlon, Scott Hollmann, Robert Jewsbury David LaMar, Lyndee Nordgren, Sandy Owen, Susan Palmer, Mark Pavlat, Mark Phillipson, Sarah Pscheidt, Richard Reem, Lorl Shumard, Linda Spiker, Nancy Stephenson, Laurie Sutor, .Tane Swanson. Scott Sviranson, Angela Swedlund, Mark Tune, Kim Turney, Bob Webster. Tom Willcutts, Randy Yaw. Ninth Grade — Brad Baldwin, Jeff Baldwin. Tracey Bergmann, Kelly Boles, Mike Camnbell. Mary Cash, Tom Connell, Tiebbie Emstrom. Jeff Kneholm. Mark Evans, Lori- Gaisford, Lorl Galloway, Joan Goletz, Nancy Green, Scott Gummerson, Reginia Hartley. Mark Helvick, Amy Jacobson, Steve Johnson, Scott Kelley, Kafhy Knosher, Kevin Lentz, Sandy McKie, Sean McKillip, Kathy Miles, Sherry Nelson, Lori Patterson, Kurt Pavlat, Mary Phillis, Steve Reynolds, Melissa Smrz, Kathy Steck. Dale Teel, Roland Ward, Steve Zocchl, Zoe Urena. <=^—^CINEMA! & II • ..-I l>. ARLANS K Mrrui.r . ,n '.I CALFSBUPC • ' 1-4. ' 1 - NOTICE - "Cbrem the Cross - Eyed lion" CARROLLS CINEMA 1 & 2 Hos Been Concelled IT IS PLAYING ot the ORPHEUM THEATRE Insteod Tedoy ond Sundoy ORPHEUM OPEN AT 12:45 CHiLDREIN'S MATilNEES The roaringly funny tale of a cross-eyed lion who is almost human 1 ond 3 PM Only! ALL SEATS $1.00 CiiM6iice«. THE COUNTRY GENTLEMEN 5 Piec* Country I Western Band WILL BE PLAYING AT The Big Commando Club Inc. Sundoy, April 15 — 8 PM - 12 Mid. 04'$ MUSIC MAKERS Will be Playing SATURDAY, APRIL 14 — 8 P.M.- 12 MIDNIGHT This Band Just Finished Auditioning at tiie Grand Old Opera, Nashville, Teno. DON'T MISS THIS ONE COUNTRY & WESTERN - ROCK & ROLL MUSIC The Big Commando Club Inc. Brimfleld, III. Take 71 Exit at Kewanee & Canton Turn Olf, Go to Highway 78 — Vi mile North. formerly THE FIESTA CLUB GOOD FOOD, DRINK & DANCING F^r Reservations Call 44«-mS, Brimiield, lU. AT LAST, A COMPASSIONATE AND LOVING FILM ABOUT BEING BLACK IN ( AMERICA. - JAV COCKS, Tirne Mdfjdi'irit' T HELD OVER ..^•dalti / MATTEL ProductioM "SOUNDER'' A Botert B. Radnlts/MMttn lUlt PUn PANAVlSION»COLOR BY DE LUXE* 7:00 & 9:00 NOW SHOWING — 7:30 A 9:20 OriKL mmM. wm GATES THC TMICf W«0 cm TO PIRBte OPEN 7:15 PM NOW! RT. 34 WEST I AT 7:30 SHOW DOUBLE TROUBLE TWO FAST MOVING WITH ACTION. FILMS LOADED . RATED-R They shared more than their rooms! PLUS- THEY WANTED ITTind Thiy'd SpUl Blood To 6rt It! Botitiie^s Kids H MM I I ilM Mly I MN I Iwl

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