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Gatisburg Registcr-Mdil. Gdlcsbufg, HI. Tuesday, April 17, 1973M[9 MONMOUTH vVUiminllKIVin Mn.UiralMSttuth fw Hm 4» S. lOtb St. phofM irnni For MlMtd Coptu Belori I P. M. Phoite 7M4121 ' Headlihrarian ^B Service Honored MONMOUTH - Miss Ca- mllte lUdmachsr was honored lliursday for 25 years of servlcf •! head librarian tft the Warren County Library. Miss Radmacher was presented with a silver tray by the members of the library board. The gift was presented at a dinner at Meling's Restaurant attended by Michael J. Hewlett, Secretary of State and State Librarian, and the members of the board and their wives. Miss lUdmicher said today, "For once I was without words but I can assure you the thoufhtfuUness of the gift wis deeply appreciated." Schedule Talk MONMOUTH - The Department of Chemistry of Monmouth College will be host for a lecture on Thermodynamics, Chance and Necessity, and the Entropy Ethic, by Dr. Henry Bent of North Carolina State University, Thursday at 8 p.m. in Room 319 of Haldeman - Thiessen Science Center. Bent is the author of an article on this subject in Chemistry magazine, October, IWl. The talk, which is sponsored by the lUinois-lowa Section of the American Chemical Society, Is open to the public without charge. Community Memorial Hospital PARALEE'S APPAREL 900 SOUTH MAIN MONMOUTH The Lorgest and Newest Selection of Better Brond Fashions in This Part of the Country At Lowest Prices Spring & Summer Coafs-Suits Ensembles-Dresses Pant Suits 2 Piccf — 3 Pitce — 4 ond 5 Piece Weekenders Sportswear SEPARATES AND MIX MATCH Long Dresses All Sizes For All Occosions WEDDING PARTY DRESSES lONO or SHORT CHARGE IT OR USE OUR UYAWAY YE5...We Have YOUR Size! Reflular Sizes 6 to 52 — Holf Sizes 12 ^2 to $21/2 — Juniors 3 to 15 — Toils ond Petites (All Sizes) Our Brand Homes Include London Fog — Smug — Abbmoor — Mary Lane — Bobby Jean — Domani Knit — Act III — Forever Young — Nellie Don — Butte Knit — Encore —• L'Aiglon — Herbert Levy — Serbin — Westover — Ample — Verona — R & K — Martee Mendels — Ton! Todd — Vicky Vaughn — Marcy Allen — Zio Sportswear. Monmouth Council Approves Funds For City^s Beautification Program Adtnlssions Sunday: George Mitchell, Miss Dawn Curry, Mrs. Rhoda Salmons, Mrs. Margaret Turner, Miss Shelly Hart, Monmouth; Mrs. James W. Delabar, Oquawka; Mrs, David J. Lenz, Kirkwood; George Smith, Gladstone; Robert B. Tinker, New Boston. Dismlfsila Sunday: Miss Piinuny Jo Garrett, Miss Kim Shelton, Mrs. Duane Simps9n, Master John Ryner, Mrs. Her* bert Likes, Carl MiUer, Mrs. Harry Owen, Mrs. John Reynolds and baby, Mrs. Mary Etta Pepper, Miss Dawn Curry, Monmouth; Everett Cox, Oquawka. Red Cross Stop MONMOUTH - The Red Cross bloodmobile will be at the First United Methodist Church Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. New donors are continually needed and a speciat plea is being made for blood for Miss Linda DeCrane, a high school student from Abingdon, who is a patient at St. Jude's Hospital, Memphis, Tenn. Blo-od may be donated specifically for Miss DeCranc. MONMOUTH--The expenditure of tip to 1500 for city beautiflcation was approved at the meeting of the City Council Monday night. David 'nimbull, a representative of the City Beautiflcation Committee, requested the fSOO for landscaping and care of the public square this summer. Turnbull said, "The appearance of our town depends a great deal on what our visitors see in the center of it." Turnbull pointed out that several shrubs planted in the past few years have died and that the public square also needs s6me re-sodding. The money for the new shrubs, sod and care was ap^ proved after it was determin* ed that all plantings would be low enough that they would not obstruct moteriits' views. Mayor George Bersted reported that the dog leash law will be in effect from April ^ to June 10. The leash law is instituted each spring to protect newly planted flowers and gardens. Bersted also noted that anyone wishing to contact the dogcatcher could do so by calling the police department or the landfill office. The week of April 23-28 was de(;lared both Chamber of Commerce Week and Clean-up, Fix- up Week. Alderman Itobert McVey said there would be some changes in connection with Clean-up, Fix*up Waek. As usual, the extra trash pickups will be made on regular garbage pickup days. In the past the members of the pickup crews would remove anything people placed on the boulevards. This sometimes included large tree limbs, trees and piles of trash. McVey said that this year only tree limbs which were tied into bundles would be removed and that all other trash must be in containers or bags. He said, however, that contrary to regular pickup collections, trash could be placed on the boulevards In large cardboard boxes for the special pickup. "We just don't want anything so large the men can't handle it easily nor placed on the boulevard in such a way that they have to rake and clean up the area," McVey said. Bersted reported to the alder* men that a decision on how to use the recently authorieed grant of |484,000 from the Department of Housing and Urban Development will be delayed for a while. The grant was received in response to an application for money to construct another water well for the city. It will be used to increase the city's water supply but the possibility now exists tliat it may be more feasible for the city to tap into the Galcsburg water line rather than drill a well. Bersted said the city engineers need more time to develop their plans before making a definite decision between a well or the water line. Bersted also reported that the motor for Well 7 should be repaired and returned in about three weeks. He said the firm doing the repair work informed him this week that the only part of the motor they could salvage was the housing. Among the people attending the council meeting were Harold Hubbard and a group of students from Central Junior High School. HuHbard, a teacher at the school, annually visits a council meeting with students who will later participate in Civics Day. Young Republicans Slate Meeting :r:'';i,'l'"!lir''"!J!ir |fe •'•'•iJi|iitrf«r,i!ijj'}»l j'^'v MONMOUTH - The Warren County Young Republicans will host a 19tn Congressional District lYRO meeting at Meling's Restaurant In Monmouth Saturday. The purpose of the meeting Is to encourage a free exchange of ideas, opinions, and suggestions, concerning the roll of the active YR in their political party and their community. Rep. Thomas Railsback, R- 111., will be special guest of the YR's for the day. Several YR state officers and candidates for state offices will also be In attendance. The agenda for the day begins with a social hour. at 12:15 p.m.. followed by a dutch treat luncheon. Immediately after the luncheon, Roger H. Johnson, clerk of the Warren County Circuit Court and past lYRO downstate vice chairman, will speak on the importance of local and district organization In relation to the statewide YR organization. Curtis Johnson, Normal, present secretary of the Illinois Young Republican Organization and chairman of the Credentials Committee, will then discuss the role of the credentials committee in YR state poll- tics and the responsibilities of the state officers of the Young Republicans — from chairman of the state organization through local club presidents and • members. There will be a brief question and answer period following each speaker, with a gen­ eral discussion among all those present summing up the meeting. A reception will f61- low the meeting beginning at 4:30 p.m. until 7 p.m. Residents of the 19th Congressional District between the ages of 18-36 are urged lo contact a Republican County Chairman for Information concerning reservations for this meeting; or write Mrs. Debbie Welch, P.O. Box 177, Little York 61453, or Mrs. Jackie Speer, 401 W. Adams. Macomb 61455, before April 20. ' iiiii' -'i :"««"";• Rosevtlle School Will Host Fourth Annual County Band Festival Headed for China Actress Shu-Iey MacLaine tells a news conference in New York Monday she and 11 American women planned to leave for the People's Republic of China "to view first-hand the only successful achievement of women's equality." The group left Monday. UNIFAX Rotary Hosts Pops Concert MONMOUTH - The Monmouth Rotary Club is sponsoring a free "pops" concert by the Knox-Galesburg Symphony Orchestra tonight at the Monmouth High School. The program will include light classics, Vienese waltzes, selections from Broadway musicals and other music. There will be no admission charge. The 1850 cost of producing the concert is being shared by the Knox'Galesburg Sym­ phony, the Illinois Arts Council and a Music Performance Trust Fund grant obtained through the cooperation of Local 78 of the American Federation of Musicians, The Rotary Club is serving as e> ordinators, The Rotary Club hopes many individuals, as well as family groups, Scout troops, church groups and clubs will take advantage of this opportunity to hear a first-rate symphany orchestra free of charge. ROSEVILLE - Carroll Henderson, bandmaster of Roseville High School, has announced that Roseviile High School will host the 4th annual Warren County Honor Band Festival, in the school gymnasium next Tuesday at 7; 30 p.m. He said that 120 select Warren County musicians under the direction of guest conductor Chris Im of Western Illinois University will rehearse and prepare a concert. Also on the concert will be the Warren County Honor Stage Band, under the direction of Dick Ballard of Washington, Iowa. The Warren County Honor Band was organized in 1970 to provide a concert band for the Monmouth College concert- lecture series. At that time, Meredith Willson, composer of The Music Man and The Unsinkable Molly Brown, both Broadway shows, was scheduled on the series. At his request, a group of select band students from each of the county bands was formed. He rehearsed these students in the afterncrw, and presented the lecture-concert that evening. The band performed many of his compositions, as well as some of John Phillip Sousa's. Roseville MRS. IRA LAND Correspondent Roseville P. 0. Box 145 Phone 42&204a At one time, Wllhon was a member of the Sousa band. The following year, the Warren County band directors formed the Warren County Honor Band. Alexis High School was host for the 1971 festival. Dale Kimpton, director of music extension at the University of Illinois, served as guest conductor. Yorkwood High School hosted the festival in 1972, with Dr. William LeJong, Western Illinois University, serving as guest oanductor. Admission for the Tuesday concert is $1 for adults, and 50 cents for students. The meeting pTace of the April 18 meeting of the Colfax Community Club has been changed to the Roseville Christian Church. Mrs. Addie Granger will host the meeting. The April meeting of the War­ ren County Sportsmen's Club will start Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the Roseville town halt. The Diaconate meeting of the Fu-st Baptist Church will be today at the church at 7:30 p,m. This is a change In date. Women of St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Raritan, will meet there Wednesday at 1 p.m. for church cleaning. Mass will be Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Holy Thursday service will be from 8 p.m. until midnight. Good Friday service will be at 8 p.m., and Holy Saturday service, at 7 p.m. Meetings scheduled at the First Baptist Church this week include the choir practice Wednesday at 7 p.m. At 8 p.m., the same day, the youth who are in charge of the sunrise service Easter Sunday, will practice in the sanctuary. There will be a potluck supper at the church Thursday evening and the Maundy Thursday Communion. CONTACT LENSES For Complete Information on Contoct Lenses Phone 343-7410 Dispensed en Prescription of DR. E. W. BEATH, O.D. DAILY 8:00 • 5 :00 • MONDAY A FRIDAY 8i00.1:00 60 S. Kellogg Golesbiirg, III. UNION OPTICAL CO. Paying money to warm up sparrows is for the birds r~i -n. ?9 and other thoughts on getting more comfort for your heating do ars if your heating bills seem to be going through the roof every winter, that's probably where most of the problem is. Because without proper insulation, you're spending money to melt snow off your roof and keep birds warm. Proper insulation pays for itself quiclcly and will save you important money every year thereafter. • Th« home needs an alKaround blanket of insulation: beneath the roof, In all outside walls and under floors over unhealed areas. An insulation contractor will recommend the proper type and thickness. Proper insulation saves on air conditioning as well as heating costs. It helps maintain a comfortable level of humidity and results in a quieter home. • Storm windov^ and weath«r>stripping around doors and windows will also help cut heating bills and increase your comfort. Providing energy is our business. Using energy wisely is everybody's business. IT'S OtJR BUSINESS TO SERVE YOU BSTTEH ILLINOIS POWSR

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