Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 20, 1973 · Page 16
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 16

Galesburg, Illinois
Issue Date:
Friday, April 20, 1973
Page 16
Start Free Trial

on LaMaze Birth at Black Hawk 6ALVA - Black Hawk Col- l«ge, East Campus, wilt sponsor a special oourse in the La- Maze Childbiftit Technique beginning May 15. The training sessions will be held once weekly for sijt weeks and include thorough explanation of pregnancy, labor, delivery, instruction in muscle control during labor and delivery, instruction in respiratory techniques and general exercises to improve the patient's well-being and condition. The class will be limited to a maximum of 10 couples. Each couple must have the permission of their physician to attend and participate in the course. Students should be at least seven weeks into their pregnancy and no more than 13 weeks from the time of delivery. Tuition for the course has GALVA MRS. SUSAN HEPMBR- CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 24 NE Third St. Phone 932-272S been set at $20 a couple. Mrs. Robert Sipp, RN, will be class instructor. Further information on the course may be obtained by contacting the college office. A fiUn, "His Land," will be shown today at 7 p.m. in Assembly of God Church. The Foursquare Church is co-sponsor of the program. All residents of the community are invited to attend the Good Friday service. The Foursquare Church will be host to the Assembly of God Church at a sunrise secv- EASTER CLEARANCE Hurry Downtown. Great Values Like These Won't Last Long. BOn ' MEN'S "Double Knit Blazers" $3700 BOYS SIZES 16 TO 20 MENS SIZE 37 TO 46 Boys orig. $45.00, Mens orig $67.50. Greot yalues in this outstanding Collection of Men's & Boys ''Double Knit" Blozer! Wide selection of colors, Navy, Brown, Burg. Gold. MEhS 100% NYLON JACKETS $, M, L, XL, Colors Brg., U. Blue, Gold Novy, Brown. ice Sunday at 6 a.m. Worship will be at 11 a.m., with a musical program at 7 p.m. Easter sunrise service will be held at Messiah Lutheran Church at 6 a.m. The community service will be conducted by high school youth of the community. School officials have announced cafeteria menus for the coming week: Monday — no school. TuMdar —tenderloin on bun, hash browned potatoes, vegetable, spiced beets, doughnuts, applesauce and mUk. WeSoadar — fried chicken, whipped potatoes, vegetable, fruit salad, choice of pudding and milk. Thursdar — hamburgers, relishes, choice of potatoes, vegetable, celery, carrot sticks, apple crisp and milk. Fridar — fish and batter. French fries, cabbage salad, chilled fruit, homemade cake and milk. Stennis Case Guilty Plea Helps Youth WASHINGTON (UPI) - A Washington man pleaded guilty to four counts of robbing and shooting Sen. John C. Stennis, D-Miss., so he could tqke advantage of a law permitting youths under 22 to avoid sentencing as adults. John S. Marshall, who will be 22 in six days, pleaded guilty in federal court Thursday to charges of assault with intent to kill a congressman, armed robbery, assault with intent to kill while armed and carrying a pistol without a license. Under the Youth Correction Act here, a suspect under 21 may plead guilty before turning 22 and be eligible for a lighter sentence and expungement of his record if he completes a rehabilitation program. It will stiU be up to U.S. District Court Judge Joseph Waddy whether to sentence him|„ , ^, as a youth or an adult. He did i "'l.^^.e^^^^^ movement Bushnell Hotne Unit Hears oil • m • SchooVs Out With school work behind him for another day, an Amish youth tosses a wave as he shortcuts across a sun-bleached field near Morgantown, Pa. UNIFAX Spanish Trap, Kill Militant Ex-Monk BILBAO, Spain (UPI) - OHicial sources said today policemen trapped, then shot and killed tine His companion, who was not identified, forced the driver of a parked car to help him a one-time Benedic-j escape at gunpoint, the sources monk who became the i said. not set a date for sentencing. Waddy, despite government objection, kept Marshall free on $5,000 bond. Marshall's brother Tyrone, leader of the most militant; Political sources said Mendizabal, known by the alias Txikia, which is Basque for the little one," may have been THIS WEEKEND ONtV, THUR., FRi., SAT. for independence. They said Eustaquio Mendizabal, 28, chief of the military wing of the "Basque Homeland 'betrayed by other members of mmsnaus lyrone ^nd Liberty" (ETA) movement,jEJA because of a dispute over 18 and Derick Holloway 19 idied^ Thursday when he tried to'he division of $790,000 ransqm Si had previously pleaded' not^''*^' '''^ out of the police P ^fd by the family of a guilty and are awaiting trial.. *''^P- Holloway is free on bond. | He was one of Spain's most Stennis was shot and critical-wanted men and the organiza- BUSIiNfilLL Mrs. ttuth Hare, the home adviMr, gave the lesson, "NutHlional Sense and Nonsense," when members «(Biishnell Unit of Homemakers Extension met Wednesday with Mrs. Donald LahtJs. Unit officials announced that a salad bar supper for new members hi McDonough County will be held lliursday at 6 p.m. at the Macomb>H Center. A canning and freezing demonstration will be held May 1 at 1:30 p.m. The home extension's annual meeting will be held May 14 at the 4-H Center. Registration will begin at I p.m. There will be no regular^ meeting of the unit in May. The June meeting will be with Mrs. Gale Hatfner. Walt Seaman, a former Bushnell resident, is a patient in Room 226 at McDonough District Hospital, Macomb. Members of Bushnell Assembly, Order of Rainbow for. Girls, planned a bake sale when they met Wednesday night. The sale will be Saturday at 9 a.m. at l^angler's Decorating Service. Two girls plan to attend Rainbow camp in June at Lake Bloomington at Bloomuigton. Officers will be elected at the May 2 meeting. Bushnell Christian Church's home Bible study was held New Trial Nixed For Case Rising In Flag Charge BUSHNELL - Jeff Roberts, 21, Eureka, a farmer Bushnell resident who was convicted in March on a charge of intimidating a witness, was denied a new trial Thursday in McDonough County Circuit Court. Tom Dye, Macomb, Roberts' attorney, made a motion last month for a new trial. The case was referred for pre- sentencing investigation with a report to be made to th? court later. The charge against Roberts stemmed from an alleged flag mutilation case in which two Bushnell men were, acquitted. MRS. JAY CLEMENS CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 560 W. Hurst St. Phone 772-2240 Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. Lula Doan. Thurlo Oiler was the leader. No meeting will be held next week because of revival services at the church. Mrs. LeVeme Hensley and Mrs. Belle Lovell have returned home after spending the winter at Plant City, Pla. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Grate have returned home after spending the winter at Punta Gorda, Pla. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Sabin, Milwaukee, Ore., are visituig Mr. and Mrs. Gale Haffner. Miss Juanita Wadley, Lake Grove, Ore., is visitmg her sister, Mrs. Wayne Haffner and family. Mrs. Carl Bonnett will lead the discussion of Key 73 Bible study Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the Bushnell United Methodist Church. First Baptist - Virgil Kelly, interim pastor. Sunday school at 9:15. Worship at 10:30. Sermon: "Not Raised Up But Risen." United Methodist-R. James Weiss, pastor. Church school at 9:20. Easter services at 8:30 and 10:30. First United Presbyterian Ralph W. Adamson, pastor. Easter worship at 7 a.m. Breakfast will follow. Christian — Tom Baird minister. Bible school at 9:45. Worship at 10:45. A One application FERTILIZES NEW _ SEEDINGS and STOPS | CRABGRASS beford • It appears. • oiuLirl ^ 2,500 ^ Sq. Ft. Graenlleld?..asilr somebody who knowsl RALSTON-HANNA GARDEN CENTER PLENTY OF FREE PARKING , Phone 343-9266 2200 Grand Ave. 'I 1 I / USE YOUR Americon Express Mosler Chorge Bonkamericord Moles' Chorge Plote Prices Good On THURS., 9 TO 5 FRI., 9 TO 9 SAT., 9 TO 5 All Items Subject to Prior Sale Mfdes' Clothing 251 E. Moin St. - Downtown ly wounded outside his Northwest Washington home tlie night of Jan. 30. The three youths were arrested six weeks later after one of the most kidnaped industrialist. The sum was the largest known ransom paid in Spain. Police said Mendizabal led ETA kidnapers who seized industrialist Felipe Huarte from tion he led was blamed for dozens of bombings, kidnapings and robberies as well as illegal!his home last January. Huarte activities to win self-rule forjWas released unharmed after . ^. u X . .X n his family—one of Spams exhaustive manhunts in city Basques. 1 wealthiest-naid the —... iweaitmest-paid the ransom history. 1 ETA 13 the most militant of and agreed to end a strike in a the six organizations seeking family company on union I autonomy for the Basque terms. I regions of Spain. 1 Mendizabal also reportedly Mendizabal was described as ^ ° "^f f " Jhe guerrilla . ^ . X X , . r^„. groups that kidnaped West the most important of six ETA Q^^mm diplomat Eugen Beihl members killed in clashes with in 1970. Beihl was seized to put police since last August. pressure on a military court The sources said Mendizabal,tfy »ne ETA members for the Another 38 employes will be was cornered by police as he "'"'""^^ a police chief, reassigned or placed in jobs at and a companion left a train in a lower pay scale as a result of the chic seaside resort of cost reductions. lAlgorta, 10 miles north of Space Agency Scraps 45 Jobs SPACE CENTER, Houston (UPI) - Forty-five civil service employes' jobs will be eliminated by June 1, the Space Agency said Thursday. Your eyes deserve a good deal! And they'll get a good deal at Illinois Optical Co., the place that serves everyone^ eyewear needs with economy. Six Optometrists to serve you Eye Examinations Repairs • Prescription |||inoIS OpflCOl Co. Classes DR. PHILLIP KONECKY • Many Styles OPTOMETRIST • Fast Service r^^^^^ Contact Lenses Downtown Free Checking Free (hecks FULLY PERSONALIZED Check WITH THE ONLY BANK TO OFFER THIS EXCLUSIVE SERVICE IN GALESBURG. WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS. "The Bonk That Leodi The Woy" Bank of Galesburg MEMBER F.D.I.C. MAIN & KIILOGG PH. 343-4141 Bilbao. Police ordered Mendizabal to halt, the sources said, but instead he opened fire on police and ran. The sources said police shot and fatally wounded him during the gunfight. Texas Crude Oil Demands Down AUSTIN, Tex. (UPI) - The U.S. Bureau of Mines estimates the demand for Texas oil next month will be less than it was this month. But the State Railroad Commission said| Thursday that oil pumps can run at full capacity for the 14th consecutive month. The Bureau of Mines esti-' mate of May maricet demand for Texas crude oil totaled 3,425,000 barrels daily, down 10,000 a day from the April estimate, said commission Chairman Jim C. Langdon. Moore Sitjiis NEW ORLEANS (UPI) Derland Moore, New Orleans' I No. 1 draft choice, signed his 1 1973 contract with the Saints Thursday. Terms of the contract were not announced. How^jGreat To See The Spectator Again Just when you have a yea for a return to classics and a snappy spectator, Selby, bless their hearts, came up with this crisp, clean look. Precisely the fashion shoe to complement blazers, layered looks and white. Double Decker 314 E. Main St. Ph. 343-1313

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 9,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free