Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 19, 1973 · Page 20
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, April 19, 1973
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Mi. "IS -a • «i 20 gdlisbuffl RiQistgf'MajI, GoltsburQ, III. Thunctoy* Apr 11 19^ 1973. VUM Nem dIMiilliiiiiMMIIMiliiiiifllHBMKHiik ^ Mercer County Aero Otib's Annual Breakfast Is May 6 VIOLA ^ HM Mercer CountyjLloyd, Tracey Lemon, Lora Lee Spring uieter Than Ever Aero Club will coordinate its anntMl fly^in breakfast this year with a Seout-O-tlama planned May The breakfast wlU be held May 6 — weather permitting. Serving wil^ be in the Mercer County Airport hanger from 7 a.m.-noon. There will be no aerobatics scheduled this year to allow persons attending to view the exhibits of the niowa Council of Boy Scouts. However, airplane rides will be availably. Money from the breakfast will be used to build a shelter. Future projects were discussed when Peppy Partners 4-H Club members met April 9 at the home of Tracey Lemon. Plans include a federation meeting May 2, the Heart Fund drive during April, a dress revue June 29, and a clothing school at the Mercer County Farm Bureau building April 25. Members were instructed to return project cards by May 15. Talks were given by Renee Sea Tht New Royal HAND-VAC With the Roller Brush NOW IN STOCK! C F ELECTRIC 31: 6313 829 E. MAIN Wobllem, Cbrrine Brown and hits. Gary Esslinger. Mary Ann We\ch presented a special number. The May 10 meeting will be at the home of Becky and Renee Lloyd. Members of the Winola Athletic Boosters will refinish bleachers in the high school gym during Easter vacation. Interested citizens who wish to help with the project are invited, a spokesman said. Postal Officials Discuss Service Howard Hallberg, Galesburg Sectional Center postmaster, last week attended regional and district management conferences in Chicago on ways to improve mail service. Postmaster General E. T. Klassen opened the regional conference, and Clarence B. Gels, regional postmaster gen-' eral, outlined the aim of the sessions. Sectional center managers and postmasters attended workshop groups to outline steps within their own areas to improve service and to determine other changes necessary. District meetings were designed to give local managers the opportunity to air their ideas on improving postal service. Remember Him With A Sporticoot BY // CRICKETEER" "Look for the Big Red and White Awning" JUST OFF MAIN 33 S. Cherry L ^ J l|j|j;..:,|l;j!,.,|!;,,r..;Jj«,i: Where the Girls Are College students on their spring vacation gather for volleyball near Fort Lauderdale, Fla. About 20,000 students are vacationing in the area but police call this year's migration the quietest in years. UNIFAX DAYTONA BEACH, Dla. (UPl) - Eadiy year araimd Salter when Vtk eoflen IMi come, jonn neepni' n Dauna the counter at Ma beaehUde arcade drawinf imp el draught beer and toulldlng aquishy chill dogs. "It's amazing,*' says Keegan. who has watched the annual migration close up for the past five years. "I got to say this about those college kids. They never give us any trouble. It's those that aht't in school or ain't working that cause problems." But police were a bit more skeptical today as Daytona Beach and Fort Lauderdale and points in between watched a growing tide of beer-swilling and pot-puffing students let loose for the spring holidays. "We're not expecting any major trouble here, but we're prepared for it," said Police Capt. David G. Ogle, anticipating 200,000 students on Daytona's 23 miles of beach this weekend. ' In Fort Lauderdale, police were keeping an eye on an estimated 20,000 vacationing students Wednesday. They reported few arrests and said the visitors were "the quietest, most polite group of people here in recent years." With their baehpaeka and biklBia and baggei U riM, ine mMMni nave oeen nwMuy streaming Into Florida the last few days. 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