Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 18, 1973 · Page 16
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 16

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, April 18, 1973
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t f 1:4 OelesbMrfl R»oi|t#r*MoiL Oolffbura III. Wfeln»$<;l0y. April 18, 1973 iVbingdon Incumbents Win Re-Election Bids Tuesday ABINGDON - All incumbents were re -flected in Abingdon 's municlpij election Tuesday. Mayor Sam Mangielrl won a third fyetr t^mi. wttlui Wi m%mK opponent oy m vot«i, MiBgien received voteii (ortper Rldermu) J. H. Lig- ncie collected 350 and Carl ««nd tallied 189. IN THE RACE for city clerk, incumbent Wilford •^Cookie" Andrewi be«t for- mtt alderman Vernon Cooti mm !^||oger Larsen, who was unopposed in his bid for city t^asurer, received 884 votes. Aid. Doren Poland bept Eu- itnt Stambaugh in the race for First Ward alderman by a vote. Jack Heimel Sr. received 343 votes in his unopposed bid for the Second Ward alderman's race. Hollis Palmer was successful In his race for Third Ward alderman, defeating William Peterson 202-64, and Victoria Cook was re-elected Fourth Ward alderman, beating Carl DeJaynes 213-46. ABINGDON MRS. QBRALDINB'BAUKR " CORRBISPONOENT Homt Address: RFO St. AugMlUne, III. Ph. A%%2M1 A tot «l of 1,285 VQtcri went to the pollp in what city officials termed a "heavy turn* out," The total vote by wards was: First Wardi Man|i«ri, 128; Ugnese. 49, Sand, 40; An* drews, 137; Coats, 6fl; Poland. 130; Stambaugh, 82; Ursen, 170. Second Ward: Mangierl, 240; l^gnese, 125; Sand. 76; Andrews, 250; Coats, 179; Heimel, 342; Larsen, 375. Third Ward: Mangleri, 146; Lagnese, 113; Sand, 38; Andrews, 165; Coats, 128; Palmer, 202; Peterson, 64; Larsen, 230. Fourth Ward: Mangieri, 168; Lagnese, 72; Sand, 35; Andrews, 183; Coats, 74; Cook, 313; DeJaynes, 4*; Larson, 309. Glasses in Abingdon School District 217 will be dismissed for Easter vacation April 19. Classes will resume April SO, Capt, and Mrs. Jamas Bond Stockdali ware guoati of honor at a dinner Tuesday night at Harbor LighU Supper Club, Galesburg, hosted by Nunzio and Tony Mangierl. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Phil Baylor, Fayette, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. John Mosser, Montlcello; Isabelle Webb and Florence Bond, Hammond, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mangieri, Galesburg, and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bond, Mrs. Mary Bond, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mangieri, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mangieri and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Larsen, alt of Abingdon. Mrs. Carolyn Rajl, Mrs. Carol Dare, Mrs, Mabel Wilsen, Mrs. Jennie Castle, Mrs. Louise Simms and Mrs. Marilyn Wilson, all membors of the Abingdon Woman's Club, attended the I5t'h District con* vention of the Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs at Farmlngton April 12. The club was given awards for m a g a z i n e subtcription sales and environmental ra- aponsibility. Individual awards want to TilUa Mangierl, Carolyn Ray, Mary Ippollto, Ma* bel Wilson and Louise Simms. Donna Olinger gave the lesson on nutrition when Cardinal 4 -H Club met April 5 at the home of Sharon Malone. The hostess gave a lesson on decorating Easter eggs. Marlean Thielen and Debbie Landon were guests. Knoxville Picks Officials KNOXVILLE - Knoxville Mayor Franklin Burgess was re-elected to that post yesterday in uncontested vothig that earned him 119 votes. , George Moore, city clerk, also received 119 votes to be re-elected to his post. Mrs. Mary Dawson, treasurer, was re-elected witli 118 votes. Aldermanic winners were Dean Whitworth, First Ward, 43 votes; Harold Liston, Second Ward, 34 votes; and William McMillan, Third Ward, 42 votes. There were no write- in votes cast. Plans to build a new bandstand were discussed Monday at a meeting of the Gty Council. Plans were drawn up but it may be next year before construction will begin, officials said. A band committee consisting of Max Mathers, Jack Ghltalla and Charles Knapp, was present. KNOXVILLE ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Homa Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289-2816 Band concert dates thia summer have been changed from Fridays to Thursdays. In other business, Jerry Carlton, president of the Community Action League, and Mrs. Harold Liston were on hand at the session to discuss a proposed swimming pool project. Possible site, financing and volunteer labor were reviewed but no decision was made. Chuck Peterson of the recreation committee said completion of the tennis court project should be made in time for the summer season. Al Hillemeier of Weber, Hillemeier and Fisciier, Galps- burg, has been hired as city engineer. David Shreeves and Ralpii Stone were appointed to the planning commission. Union Good Friday services will be held Friday from noon to 3 p.m. at the United Methodist Church. All five of the churches will be participating and special music will be provided by representatives of the churches. Communion service will be held Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at tlie United Methodist Church. Communion at the Christian Church will also be Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Richard Henderson has returned to his home in Houston, Tex., after visiting with his mother, Mrs. Hazel Henderson, Knoxville. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tate, Mrs. Mabel Yerby, Knoxville, and Mrs. Frances Fryman, Peoria, attended the funeral of Mrs. Yerby's brother, Edward Laswell, in Lima, Oliio. He was a former Knoxville resident. Pistol Packing Brennan Hires Five Labor Guards CHINA SMILE - An advance group of 10 Chinese diplomats arrived in tlie United States yesterday to open Peking's liaison office in Wasliington, D.C. The leader of the group, Han Hsu, above, has a smile for welcoming officials on arrival at San Francisco Airport. UNIFAX WASHINGTON (UPI) Labor Secretary Peter J. Brennan, who sometimes carries a pistol, has hired five special guards to provide security around his Labor Department office at a cost to taxpayers of $60,000 a year, department officials report. The guards are Labor Department employes and have been added to supplement the regular uaiformed General Services Administration (GSA) guards, who provide security for most federal buildings. Labor Department officials said Tuesday five young Vietnam war veterans had been hired as the new special guards. The statement said the hiring of the guards gave Brennan "his first opportunity after taking office to to something for veterans of the Vietnam era and minorities, for whom he has deep concern." Three of the guards are black, department building. Brennan, a former leader of New York City construction unions, became President Nixon's labor secretary after the inaugural this year. Tom Costigan, Brennan's press secretary, was asked why the Labor Department needed such special guards now when it did not have them under previous labor secretaries and when most other departments did not have them. Costigan said the hiring served two purposes—giving "gainful, useful employment" to returned veterans and strengthening security in the OUR OWN RECIPE FOR EASTER — Bountifully filled ond decoroted Eoster b<itk«fi. Toys and nov- |ti«s By Our Own Bunny, Wonttfo, In Her Own Workshop. These Are Exceptionol Volues—Pleose Compore With the Com* merciol Foctory Made Items. BEAUTIFUL UVE EASTER LILIES MUMS — HYDRANGEAS Moderately $199 And Priced I Up All Your Eoster Needs Here CANDY — TOYS — NOVELTIES PARTY GOODS — CARDS FASHION APPAREL BEN FRANKLIN "Secretary Brennan was concerned over the shortage of protection he found when he first m a d e a preliminary inspection of the department installations shortly after he was confirmed by the Senate," Costigan said. Costigan said there had been 21 thefts reported in the department since the first of the year. On Monday, Brennan decluied to confirm or deny reports he regularly carries a gun at his waist, but Costigan later said Brennan has carried a gun for years and has done so on some occasions since becoming labor secretary. Chavez Seeks Congress Aid In Feud With Teamsters WASHINGTON (UPI) Cesar Chavez, president of the United Farm Workers Union (UFWU), has called for congressional investigation of charges that California growers made illegal payments to the Teamsters in an effort to destroy his union, The Teamsters Union is battling with the UFWU to sign up itinerant lettuce and grape harvesters in California. Chavez and his general counsel, Jerry Cohen, told a press conference here Tuesday that "$5,000 packages" were turned over to the Teamsters by growers during the UFWU lettuce strike in 1971. It is illegalfor employers to make payments to unions. Cohen said he did not know how much had been turned over to the Teamsters but contended the "payoffs" had jbeen made at Salinas, Calif., over at least a four-month period in late 1971. Chavez said evidence of the payments was in the hands ofj the government but he did not know why no action had been taken. "We're calling for a congressional investigation of a con- jspiracy between the Teamsters and growers to destroy our union," Chavez said. HEARING AlOS RENT ^ciy BUY SEE WITTE HEARING AID CENTER 41 SO. KlUOOO n. 94S49Sf GAIESIURO, KUNOIS FREE HEARING TEST AUTHOHIKED PEALER RADIOEAR HEARING AIDS jjijl! Thoutuiods At Wounded Knee; 1 Critical f] %t ,ii PINE RIDOB, (UPI)^ M«fnbtri of th« INitin force oooupyini Wwndid Km en- ehinfftd ''(houiMidi of roundi" of gunfire with federal aitnts Tuesday and at leant two persons from inside the village were wounded. One of the injured wa$ hospitalized in Rapid City, S.D. in "very critical condition," Hospital officials said tha man "apparently white," underwent surgery for a head wound. The second injured man, shot in tha hand, remained in Wounded Knee. Neither man was identified. There were reports that there might have been other injuriei. Tuesday's eicbange of gun* I''' j||''|K|iPi~iiil " ''''''iiiiilll'illliiiiiw' iiiilBi : ' •'t 'tiii'lilHilllffifillliiil iiP'' 1 illllllliliiiiii I 'liiiiKlilllli'iltiii I 'if iiim '•-1 m wSliipi i W ''' ii *"'iaiplili :!i' illdnSliiiiiiiJ!*. Bill,, Interrogation A Communist suspect Is tied to a tree with rope and a' bicycle tube during questioning yesterday by Cambodian troops 15 miles southeast of Phnom Penh. Some 1,500 Communists overran the central market place at Tran Khnar just south of the capital and fought hand-to-hand with government defenders. UNIFAX fire ended an uneasy, three- week truce at the tiny hamlet on the Oglala SiavK reservation. Although Tuesday's firefight was the first announced violation of a three»weak daaae*fire, government $mm aald there had been unannounced sporadic gunfire almost every night during the truce. The levernmant said the ahoetini, whieh went on for hours, started when Indians fired on an FBI helicopter. The shooting began about two hours after three small planes dropped supplies into the besieged hamlet by parachute at dawn. IVie shooting stopped, government sources said, at |;«) p.m. MST. naturals . . . hemp covered wedgies are here with a crepe sole and criss-cross sandal upper . . . comfy, clunky, and cute ond the thing for spring . . . $21.95 calico cat monday & friday 10 -9 we*kd«y« & Saturday 10'5 78 ipufh seminary, galeeburg phen* 342-2212 At Special Introductory Savings of $7.50 to$15.50per tire! NEW! 4Hilies of toigh ^niNllif Idni poUidMr ml NEVyiDNiiwldi ,nid- hoidlRo Imd. NEWS Sawi-iiioiiiiliiid dnion. NEW! Snvt, widir NMnmii. . iluiF.E.TlX "of$1,4S-$1.74 atlrs. Will be regularly priced $22.45 toS23.95l SIZES:A78-13, 5.60-13,6.50-13, 5.60-15 SAVIMORISKO 0N4F0R ?W Plus F.E.Tw of$1.92.$2.42. a tire. Will be regularly priced $24.45 to $28.45! SIZES; 7.00-13,6.45-14, C78-14, E78-14, F78-14,6.00-15, 6 .85-15. F78-15 0N4F0R WV 'PlutF.E.Tax or$2.S3-$3.13 a tire. plus F.E,T, If w«'r« twnporarlly out of your ste« in the new polyester cord Air Float D«luxt« wt'U gtvtyou • "rain chaefc"! BuyonQaleaCredttPian/BanMnwricvd^Maig^^^ Wed.. April 25. Will be regularly priced $29.45 to $36.45! SIZES: G78-14, H78-14, Q78.15, H78-15,L78-15 SAVEMOmlTQ 0N4F0R gW Bargoin Box FRONT END ALIGNMENT Precisien - adjust am' steer: only ber, set' toe-in. rlni (ystem. caster and Inspect Reg. $12.95 Price tot most U.S. cars. (Cars I wlUi alr-condltioning or tor- lion bar* slightly more.) Needed parti extra. GUAIUNTEEO I MONTHS OK »,QaO MILES GATES TIRE CENTER 1233 N. HENDERSON ST. PH. 343.6196 - 343-6197 Hrs: MoD .-Fri. 8 p.m.; Sat. 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