Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 26, 1973 · Page 29
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 29

Publication:
Location:
Galesburg, Illinois
Issue Date:
Thursday, April 26, 1973
Page:
Page 29
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 29 article text (OCR)

Gol6sburQ ReQi >»tf 'MqiL 6Ql <$bMfgJII. Thursddy, Apfil 26> 1973 29 Monmouth Chamber Honors Veteran Music Teachers With Annual Award Boots Not Enough With his boots a bit too short for the high water, one youngster near St. Louis gets a plggybaclc ride from a friend in a flooded residential section near the River Des Peres Wednesday. River Des Peres runs into the Mississippi and the flood conditions are the worst in over 200 years. UNIFAX MONMOUTH--Mrs. Oracle Peterson, 403 U. Second St., and Lester Munneke, 4M North G St., were honored Wednesday night as co'^recipients of the Mofunouth Area Chamber of Commerce Man of the Year award. David Turnbull, the 1073 winner of the award, made the presentation at the Sith annual meeting ol the Chamber at the student center at Monmouth College. Mrs. Peterson recently retired from teaching in the music department at Monmouth College for 50 years. In making the presentation, Turnbull said, "Gracie Gawthrop Peterson has endeared herself to MonmOuth citizens for many years and toilched the lives of most of Us with her music, shows and piano concerts." Munneke will retire at the-, end of this school year from 30 years of service as bandmaster at Monmouth High School. Turnbull said, "His contribution must surely be measured in the contributions he made to the lives d human beings. He has involved an enormous number of students in music and been an ambassador for our city through his band and orchestra students." Robert E. Shunick, executive vice president of the Chamber, introduced Rev. Paul Showalter, associate pastor of Immaculate Conception Church, who gave the invocation. Following dinner, E. J. Chamberland, retiring president, reviewed Chamber activities during the past year. He noted that one new business, the Illinois Box and Crate Corp. operated by Allan MONMOUTH Correspofident Mn^ Lorraine Sti uth For News 412 S. 10th St. Phone 734-4921 For Missed Copies Before 6 P. M. Phone 734-4)21 WaHers, had gone Into operation during the year and that Freezer Service, Inc. had made arrangements to locate here soon. Chamberland also reported that several local firms, including Wilson-Sinclair, Western Stoneware, Ralph Wells Co. Smoler, and Glastex, were in the process of expanding their operations. Lester W. Brann Jr., president of the Illinois State Chamber of Commerce, was the featured speaker and his topic was Take Part or Be Taken Apart. Brann quoted the results of several surveys and polls which showed that the image of free enterprise and the business community has deteriorated seriously during the past 20 years. "Public esteem for the business community keeps dropping and we have reached the stage where people are going to judge business on performance," he said. "The 'put down' of business is now over," said Brann, "business must now speak out and tell the true story about business." He urged all of the businessmen and businesswomen at the meeting to stand up for business. He suggested that they start by relating the true story of their operations to their customers, employes. suppliers, the clergy and community leaders. Richard McVey, 1973-1974 Chamber president, discussed the proposed program for the coming year. McVey said, "We can expect big changes within the next year." He said that with the completion of US. Bypass 34 the city will be able to get the downtown streets back. "Then we'll be In a position to begin a major downtown improvement program," McVey said. McVey also outlhied the operation of a newly formed Ambassadors Club which the Chamber is sponsoring. He said the members of the Ambassadors Club will be responsible for greeting and conducting tours for visiting groups who come to Monmouth. McVey also presented a plaque of appreciation to outgoing president Chamberland. Rapist Gets 5,000 Year Prison Term WACO, Tex. (U?I) - Willie Lee Stokes, who police said committed rape and sodomy on an 8-ycar-old girl before murdering and leaving her in a shallow grave in his backyard, was convicted Wednesday and sentenced to 5,000 years in prison. District Judge Carl Anderson praised the jury for its recommended sentence. "This is the only recourse the public has to indicate hov,' they feel about cases like' this," Anderson said. Stokes will become eligible for parole in 12 to 20 years. WANT ADS PAY DIVIDENDS! 250th Nuclear Test Announced YUCCA FLAT, Nev. (UPI) U.S. scientists Wednesday trig- giBred the 250th announced underground nuclear test explosion since the United States and Russia agreed in 1983 to ban tests in the atmosphere. The explosive device, code named "Angus," was buried 1,486 feet beneath the desert at this Nevada testing ground. The explosion was related to weapons development and had a force of less than 200,000 tons of TNT, the Atomic Energy Commission said. The AEC said no radiation leaked into the atmosphere from the test, the second to be publicly acknowledged this year. Roseville Students Campaign For Civics Day Elections ROSEVIMiE - Eighth grade students at the Roiseville Elementary School are campaigning for office this week in preparation for the annual Civics Day, Wednesday, May 2. Election will be held Friday, and those elected will join students from other schools at Monmouth to serve in city and county offices. •Members oif the Roseville Ohaipter, Order of the Eastern Star, who can, are being asked to come to Uie Masonic Hall Friday at 7 p.m. to help with painting and sewing Ciulains. Help Is needed, and will be appreciated, Mrs. Larry Boul- Try totaUydiflferentCROW LIGHT tonight Guaranteed to be the smoothest whiskey you ever tasted or your money back! *TiiA oHcr: Weil rd'unJ punhasi; prkc w purthaicr il lie is i;i ajiy maniitr dissaiisfied with CROW LIGHT. Send bottle will) utiuicd toiitems \ia Railway lixpress tolltct to: Crusv Diitillery Company, I5tli and Btrnhcim Ijiie, Luuit\ lilt, Keiituiky iOiOl - and provide yuur iiajnt, address, your comments, purchase size and price, store niine and address. Only one reluiid per customer. Void where taxed, prohibited or otherwise restricted by law. 'LIGHT WHISKEY • tlGHrV PROOF • CROW DISTILLERY COMPANY • LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY Roseville MRS. IRA LAND Correspondent RoseviUe P. 0. Box 145 Phone 426-2642 ware, wo«rthy matron, said today. Mrs. Keith Worthmgton was installed as president of the Mutual Benefit Club, at the Thursday meeting, with Mrs. Loren Sprout as vice president, Mrs. Jule Allaman, secretary and Mrs. Kenneth Huston, treasurer. Mrs. Sprout hosted the meeting in the Rose Room. Mrs. Fanelia Watt demonstrated china painting, and had several pieces on display. Mrs. Allaman will host the May 17 meeting. Mrs. Harlan Jacobson of Roseville, and several women from the Macomb area attended the spring lunchecm of the Illinois Angus Auxiliary at the New Salem Lodge, Petersburig, Wednesday. Mrs. Freda Baker of Galesburg, sipent the weekend visiting here at the homes of Mrs. Leon Thompson and Mrs. Enos Talley. On Monday, Mrs. Talley, Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. Ralph Johnson attended a birthday party, honoring Mrs. Elizabeth Bernard of Monmouth, at her home, to join her in cele- hrating her 83rd birthday. Weekend guesits in the Harlan Jacobson home were Miss Denise Mills of Oconto, Wis., and Steven Mumma of Merrill, Wis. Guests during the week were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Adkisson of Priest River, Idaho, and Miss Kathryn Adkisson of Alexandria, Va. Mr. ^d Mrs. Melvin Miller observed their 25'th wedding anniversary Tuesday, April 24. No (special observance was planned. The Millers reside south of RosevUle, and came here in 1957 tmm the Quiocy area. They have two daughters, Dd>ra and Michelle. Mo8t GenUemanly SEATTLE, WASH. (UPI) The Western Hockey League Wednesday awarded its Fred J. Hume Cup to Andy Hebenton of ithe Portland Buckaroos as the {"most gentlemanly player" in I the league. Reeeive Chamber Award Two Monmouth residents who have devoted ttie adult years of their lives to bringing the "sounds of music" to Monmouth were honored by the Monmouth Area Chamber of Commerce as co-recipients of the "Man of the Year" award. Pictured with Richard McVey, center, newly installed president of the Chamber, are Mrs. Grade Peterson, who taught musie at Monmouth College for SO years, and Lester Munneke, who is retiring this year after serving as bandmaster at Monmouth High School for 30 years. MONMOUTH Community Memorial Hospital Masked Baiidit With Knife Takes $200,000 in Jewels Admissions Tuesday: Gary Davis Jr., Cameron; John Stanger, Mrs. Herbert Likes, Earl Heatherly, Mrs. Musick, Louis Burk, Mrs. J Wayland, James Hanley, Monmouth; Miss Nancy Tiemey, Kirfcwood; Keith Woirthington, Roseville; Mrs. Lawrence Bennett, Little York. Dismissals Tuesday: Mrs. Blanche Crouse, Mrs. Edna Allen, Mrs. Ronald Tenold bludgeon MIAMI BEACH (UPI) - A masked bandit brandishing a switchblade knife barged into Candacc Mossier Garrison's hotel suite early today and took about $200,000 worth of jewelry, the Texas bank heiress told police, Police said the 31-year-old Mrs. Garrison was not hijured fffter pleading with the bandit, "Don't hurt me, don't hurt me, I won't do anything." Mrs. Garrison has visited Miami regularly since bemg acquitted, along wi;.th Melvin Lane Powers, of : the 1966 murder of her mil- and baby. Miss Christine lionaire second husband. Hickman, Miss Roberta Tabb, Jacques Mossier.. She was Monmouth; Miss Donna Gu- defended by Percy Foreman lick, Kirkwood. during the sensatibrial trial. Births Tuesday: A s o n to Police said Mrs; Garrison Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Oliver, told them she was dozing in her Stronghurst. room on the 14th floor of the| Doral Beaoh Hotel when the door opened about 3:30 a. m. and a tall masked man brandishing a knife entered the suite and said: "I want your ring." Officers said the bandit, who was wearing a knit cap and a bandana, t o o k a diamond- studded necklace and a large drawer along with $1,000 in cash. About a dozen policemen and detectives—some with K9 dogs —searched the hotel and surrounding area, but were unable to locate the bandit. Officers speculated the bandit was "a pro" and had entered the hotel suite with, a pass key. Mrs. Garrison said the bandit told her: "I don't want to hurt you. Just keep quiet and you won't get hurt." Mrs. Garrison told police she had not been feeling well and had spent most of Wednesday night in bed reading and dozing. Before fleeing the hotel suite, Mrs. Garrison said the bandit tried unsuccessfully to rip her telephone off the wall. Mrs. Garrison phoned the police several minutes after the bandit fled and also called her daughter, Mrs. Rita Wilder, who was staying in a nearby room. A doctor was called after police arrived and he gave Mrs. Garrison a sedative. After being acquitted of the murder of her husband by a Miami jury, Mrs. Mossier returned to Houston and in July of 1971 married 32-year-old electrical contractor Barnett Garrison in a 12-minute ceremony. CLOSE OUT DUTCH BASE HOUSE PAINT COLORS ONLY Mouse' Gallon Gallon Black Brothers PAINT DEPARTMENT MAIN & SEMINARY DOWNTOWN GALESBURG •I

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page