Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 17, 1973 · Page 21
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Oolisburo ReQister-MalL OolgsburQ, Ml. Tuesday, April 17, 1 ^^1 :21 Abingdon Awards Sewer Bid; Heavy Voting Seen Today AfimODON - The Abingdon CKy CMincil Monday award- id i contract for a project to iCptrate storm water from MWer water te lll «tler Construction Co. of Ifoiknoutli. the Monmoutk fijfiti's bid for the worlc totlMI Abingdon voters «%« year ago approvid a isaM of 1231,000 for ttit eet. Aldermen voted fco With the project are depleted. Work ii idled* uled to begin in abOUt thfte weeks. Work will start inside the city and work toward the outlying areas. Council me^n*, Mrs agreed to attcmpi'flJK easements through t&.0^^^ property in the south ptK-m^^ town rather than putting tiw-i,^! lines on railroad property. A RENTAL fee contract waa read from the Burlington Northern Railroad ABINGDON MRS. GERALDINE BAUER CORRESPONDENT HMnt Address: RFD Augustine, III. Ph. 462-2477 MP tHe mlytr 's salary. Hi ptei- cut yairiy salary ia |1,000. tJan Khthgessner ra»ia8t«d city Watif for bia^^ me^y southweik of the dty. Me was council is seated action on a policy on work on private property. - Voted to close City Hall Oood Friday and the day fol- told that his projterty cannot lowing it. All city employes be annexed to the eity sjnfi!;' (Wtlt^^be given these days as it is not contiguous to Bfiei. nmcHQfissi tbi^t he niiist parmif and I Ii4frbm1it^i|ii^^ woutd ttiM 1)0 liNliilred 10 furnish tli|l!a«»ilMit for lines and fumlah labor ibriieeded work. His fee for tiltal from road property. The contract aet a yearly fee of $375 for the rental. City Atty.,David McDonald recommended that the council take no action on the contract until he discusses the proposal with railroad officials. A raise of $5 a meeting for newly-elected aldermen, was approved by the council. The four aldermen who will be sworn into office after today's election will receive $25 a meeting. Holdover members of the council will stay at the $20 a meeting rate. Mayor Sam Mangieri told council members if he were elected to another term he would return to the city the $200 a year increase voted for of city residents, as is case with all rural users. The council approved a donation of $500 after Mrs. Doris Peck appeared on behalf of the Girl Scout bike trail project. Pemiission was also granted to place bike trail signs on Monroe and Latimer streets. Action was taken to make Col. Erwin T. Koch of St. Louis, Mo., an honorary Abingdon citizen. Koch, who has written several communities asking to be made a citizen, had requested the action of the council. IN OTHER action, the council: — Purchased a 1969 backhoe at a cost of $6,500. — Tabled until the new Wicussed a recommen- datiOfi of the Kiwanis Club to purchaiO jointly a projector and MTeen for use at the IMralng home. Adjourned the meeting to April 23 at 7 p.m. City officials after checking polling places within the city early today predicted a heavy turn-out in the election for mayor, city clerk, treasurer and four aldermen. The lesson on hanging baskets and outdoor planters was given by Mrs. Don Baughman and Mrs. Elbea Malone when Abingdon Home Extension Unit met at the home of Mrs. Charles Flint April 11. Mrs. Mary Thielen was a guest. The annual meeting of the county unit will be at Knoxville United Methodist Church May 7. Members will meet at the home of Mrs. Jennie Castle May 9 at 8 a.m. to go to the home of Mrs. Guy Petty at Niantic for the next meeting. A candlelight communion service will be held at the Christian Church Thursday at 7:30 p.m. A Maundy Thursday family "walk-in" communion service will be held at United Methodist Church from 7-8:30 p.m. Abingdon High School track team will travel to Media Wednesday for a 4:15 p.m. meet. llie Junior high track team will host Costa Catholic School for a meet Thursday at 4: IS p.m. The Abingdon High School golf team will host Lewistown for a Thursday match at 4 pm. The Abingdon High School band, mixed chorus and girls' chorus all received Division I ratings at the state music contest Saturday. Miss Barbara Strlngfield is vocal music instructor, and Edward Ray Wilson is instrumental music instructor. Mrs. Carr Ray reviewed the book "Why They Call Him the Buffalo Doctor" by Jean Cummings when Abingdon Delphian Club met at the home of Mrs. Carl Johnson at Galesburg April 10. Members were reminded to make reservations for the May 8 dinner at Abbe Lanes by May 1. Aibingdon police during the past week have issued tickets to Jeffrey M. Smith, 22, 124 S. Main St., undue noise; Paul H. Strungys, 29, Chicago, overtaking on the right; Danny L, Batson, 23, 305 N. Harshbarger, failure to yield the right of way; Danny L. Simpson, 22, 408 W. Adams St., attenrnpting to elude a police officer and two counts of reckless driving; John W. City Park Gets New Trees KNOXVILLE - Nine trees Were planted during the past week in Knoxville's city park on the Public Square. Two trees, a yellow wood and a Marshall ash were set along the boulevard down the middle of the park. Two sugar maple trees, a northern red oak and a larch were placed On the north side and on the south side a western blue ash, KNOXVILLE ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289-2816 tttW flugar and VUamint Maittral Foods, Olli. Flours. Sold Al ... smts 230 E. Main. XnoxvUla hackberry and a red oak were planted. The work was done by the Alpha Nursery, Alpha. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Dexter of near Knoxville noted their 20th wedding anniversary April 25 when relatives Available ior Ages 1 thru 85 Imagine getting up to $12,000 in Whole Life Insurance with no physical examination POLICY BUILDS CASH VALUE AFTER A FEW YEARS ... YOUR FIRST MONTH COSTS ONLY $1 Send for free facts Unbelievable but true. You can actually get from $1,000 to $12,000 of life insurance (depending on your age) without taking a physical examination if your application is approved. Even if you are 85 years old, there's no physical examination to take! You get whole life insurance—the kind that builds cash values after a few years. Cash value that's like money in the bank. Cash values that you can accumulate over the years as an estate for your family. Or that you can borrow later, if the need arises. And here's an important point for people who have had insurance for years. Chances are that inflation has made the face value of your life insurance worth much less today than when you bought it. Now you have a golden opportunity to replace that loss with inflation-fighting insurance that builds cash value without taking any qualifying physical exam! The cost is low. JFor example, at age 20, premium payments are only $5.60 a month for $4,000 of insurance. At age 40, the rate is only $5.00 a month for $2,000 coverage. At age 60, the cost is only $6.20 a month for $1,000 coverage. (Rates depend upon age and amount of insurance •elected). And, unlike term insurance, your low premium can never be increased as you grow older! Whatever coverage you choose, your first month costs only $1. Get all the facts free, without obligation. Mail the coupon today. No salesman will call. FREE FACTS > NO OBLIGATION • NO SALESMAN Physicians Life Insurance Company 2919 Post Office Box 3272 Omaha, Nebraska, 68103 Please send me the facts on low-cost life insurance that builds cash value. No obligation. No salesman will call. Dateof Name Birth and friends attended a reception in their honor at the Galesburg Holiday Inn. Rona Davis, Knoxville and Ron Fowler, Monmouth, presented piano selections during the afternoon. Also on the program were Rev. and Mrs. John Hollis, Princeton, who sang songs dedicated to Mr. and Mrs. Dexter. A rcadini; composed by Mrs. C. J. Lee, was presented to the couple. Mr. and Mrs, Foster Auliff and Cecil Fletcher, LeClaire, Iowa, also presented musical selections. Mary Dexter, daughter of the honored couple was at the guest book. Other famliy members present were Dan, Dennis, and Mark, all of Knoxville. Their daughter, Mrs. Rodger (Janet) Greuel, Favetteville, Ga., was unable to be present but sent a floral arrangement. Guests attended from Neponset, Princeton, Monmouth, Victoria, Avon, Williamsfield, Aloha, Hampton, Moline, East Moline, Mineral, Henry and Cambridge and from LeClaire, Argo and Bettendorf, Iowa. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Braden, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Davis and Dr. and Mrs. Dale Glendenning. Mr. and Mrs. Dexter were married April 17, 1953 at Galesburg. Communion services will be held Thursday night at the Knoxville United Presbyterian Church. The program will follow a salad and sandwich supper at 6:30 p.m. Each person has been asked to bring his own sandwiches and a salad. Coffee and paper plates will be furnished. Communion will be observed Thursday at 7:30 p.m. .at Grace L u t h e r a n Church. Theme will be "We Have Seen the Lord." Little League participants and managers will meet Thursday at 7 p.m. at the junior high school gymnasium to kickoff the league's candy sales pragram. Circle I of the Knoxville United Presbyterian Church will meet Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Richard Yemm. There will be no PTA meeting this month at the high school. Next meeting will be in May. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Baker, Knoxville, and son, Steve, Macomb and Terry Syrcle, Pittsfield, were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tucker, Prjnceville. DeLong Models 4 -H Club met Saturday at the DelXHIg church. Talks and demonstrations were given. The shar^ the-fun skit was rehearsed. i Cook County to Investigate Killing of Woman by Police Address^ City CHICAGO (UPI)-Cook County State's Attorney Bernard Carey said Monday his office would investigate the fatal shooting of Mrs. Gertrude Winston, who was killed by police in what authorities have termed "a tragic accident." Carey said the police investigation of the Thursday night shooting was "inadequate and incomplete." Police Internal Affairs Division Director Alfred Conrad, however, said his office had not yet completed its investiga- _State_ -Zip_ SEE KNOXVILUI MONEY STORE"! April 20, 1973 Galesburg Register-Mail lion. He said the final report of that investigation would be turned over to Carey. Mrs. Winston, 48, was shot and killed by investigator Daniel Fitzgerald after she had telephoned police to report that her husband, already wanted by the police, v.as coming to her apartment with a gun. Mrs. Winston's death culminated a bizarre serie^ of events which began when Fitzgerald and two other policemen arrived at the apartment building where Mrs. Winston lived. As the policemen entered, one of Fitzgerald's companions drew his gun. The weapon slipped through the officer's fingers and discharged, wounding the third policeman. Rice, Id, 103^ S. Main St., Undue noise, feckless driving and diMTdefly conduct; Arlin E. Harrison, 27, 802 Fearing St., obstructing a police officer; and Stef)<ien P. Fordyce, 23, 306 N. Carlylse St., failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident. No tickets were issued after cars driven by Donald D. Nor- vjlle, 28, London Mills, and TimoUiy D. Sherman, 18, 207 N. Swartz St., collided at the intersection of Western and Monroe streets April 14 at 1 p.m. No tickets wtire issued when oars driven by Mn^. Elizabeth Howard, 407 Memorial Drive., and Mrs. Max Johnson collided as Mrs. Hoiward was backing from her drive April 11 at 4:10 p.m. Sue Bowers reported to po- Itee that a sf^eo player and equipment weri MOtMl'mm her residence «t SU S.'Atkln St. during tfM tm 11. Joe Huston, 181% S., Main St., reported to lMlk:#:that thieves had broken into his residence and stolen H'April 9. AN EASTER WONDERLAND OF is Easter Wonderland for children and grown-up children, too SOUD CHOCOLATE EASTER BUNNY BIG FRESH FRUIT and NUT CREAM EGG ALSO VANILLA and CHOCOLATE in pretty Easter Box lb. 1.30 14oz.>l. : M r ;• ) '11 f-. PECAN EGG — a whole half t J A5 pound of pleasure in gay ^ 1 Easter Box ¥i lb. | Cream Eggs 20c-30c Vanilla Butter—Cherry—Maple—Cocoanut Chocolate, Fruit and Nut CHOCOLATE Coconut Nest 29c-39c Bunny Pops 29c-35c CHOCOLATE Bunny On Stick 19c HOLLOW CHOCOLATE Bunnies , 39c to $1.29 Pecan Nougat Itfg ..-59c JELLY Bird Eggs . 49c J^lly Rabbits ^ 39c PASTEL Candy Corn 49c EA8TEH Suckers 5c49e Popcorn Rabbits ^, 19c MALTED MILK Eggs :, ». 8ie CMSIP Your Cofivfntoiit Halfm «rfc U^m * Be Sure to Chwk Our PlUill TOyi' MARSHMALLOW Eggs with tender, . fluffy centers and crisp "sliells" of fragrant chocolate . . either milk or dark • 5*...h SSc • OOZIN WHEN YOU :, CARE ENOUGH, TO SEND THE ^ VERY BEST SEND i EASTER CARDS BY 'Cmil»^ Sunday, April 22 l«tuMfflil f lush Toys Easter jBasket ^^43.00 to $800 FOIL EGGS lb $£50 BOXED m lb. 3.7S PICANITTES... lb AMKS NXED (HOC. I'JH^WI lbf l ^^j^^ ———-—————EASTER limOAY ir Open 9tof l «fNf«y Noon to 5 p.m - Cudly and LoveaUe from |2.g5 to $15.00 I

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