Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 28, 1973 · Page 12
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April 28, 1973

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 12

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1 t Saturdo C/ in ic Kewanee l^lUie (to^ital. Sub Mies have been ae iNieKtay in May (i Galva MRS. SUSAN HEFNER CORRESPONDENT hour from 34 p.m. May 5 at the Oalva Public Library. A puppet show Mi be presented by Sue Howe and a variety of children's stories will be read by Vickie Barlow and M^s. JoseDhine Ouart. #111 also be a mental clinic held Friday at Hatflmohd'^HOtise, Geneseo. uent clinics will be held Home Address: Phone Thii ^d Weekly from 2^ p,m. at Gene- County Health Department Cambridge. Anyone wishing to attend the All grade school children in clinic should contact the Henry the area are invited to a story meeting, May 2, 7:30 p.m. Among the events listed <m the May calendar of Commun* ity Unit School District \th elude: Middle school concert May 1,7:30 p.m. -Bishop Hill community POW Cleared of Desertion WASHINGTON (UPI) The The Army recently similarly cleared five enlisted men of —Junior-Senior \ prom and banquet, May 5, 6 p.m. at First United Methodist Church. -Lions Club hobby show. FFA Marine Corps has cleared a f precapture charges ' * ' ^sence to First United Methodist The Ma- recently returned prisoner mother - daughter ranging banquet, May 14» 6 p.m. at war of a desertion charge. A spokesman said Friday it had been determined after a review that there was "insufficient evidence" of desertion in th case of Pvt. Frederick L. of Brentwood, N.Y., from his Elbert, who manjuana possession rine action clears all such United disappeared barracks in Vietnam Aug. 16, 1968. All related allegations are being removed from his record. charges involving POWs. However other POWs accused of collaborating with their captors could still face court- martial charges. Air Force CoL Theodore Guy of Tucson, Ariz., a returned POW, was in Washington Friday considering whether to file such charges. -^holarship banqui 21, 7 p.m., First Methodist Church. —High school commence* ment, May 24, 8 p.m. —Middle school honor program, May 24, 1 p.m —Middle School promotional program, May 25, 8 p.m. —Last day of school, May 25. Galva Queen Teresa Jones was selected queen for the 1973 Galv^ Relays held Friday night. Members of the queen's court were Brenda Larson. Marsraret Ausich and Teri Nelson. Traffic Is TUESDAY, MAY 1 ot 12 NOON INVENTORY Including: Main Store, Auto Center, Service Center Sears Telephone Sales Will Remain Open PHONE 343-7121 For Personal Shopping Service F L 1 Causing Problems BUSHNELL Bushnell motorists and pedestrians are becoming short-tempered these days if they find it necessary to cross from one side of the business district to the other very often. Waits of 15 or 20 minutes for trains to pass through town on the traclcs that cut the business district in half are common. Floods at Hannibal, Mo. and Quincy have resulted in more than 20 trains passing through the city per day, according to Bob Driffil, local agent operator for the Burlington Northern Railroad. Normal traffic is about 12 per day, he said. Driffil explained that cross- uigs are often blocked by trains because the agent here has to catl the dispatcher at Hannibal by long - distance telephone, which is often tied up because Bushnell MUS. JAY CLEMENS C!orr«spond«nt Home Address: 560 W. Hurst St. Phone 772-2240 a.m. to p.m SERVING OUR RE6UUR MENU WE WOULD LIKE TO EXTFND PECIAL THANKS TO ALL OF OUR LOYAL CUSTOMERS mmmm We Would Also Like To Thonk The Following Businesses . .. mrnmm ft i Hgehnel B>rdo«s Roger Bros. Produce Hilgenberg's Plumbing Brown Speciol^y Co. Hoskin's Electric C. & G. Meots Beotrice Foods BENC WONG, Mgr Continentol Coffee Wilson Paper Co. Higgens Lobor Golesburg Sheet Metal Pork Drive W. M. Wolker niil Accounting Systems FROM Jean - Margaret - Betty * Shirley - Susie Cberyle • Terry & Sbetry. 232 E. Simmons St. of the emergency situation brought on by the floods. He can radio ta the trains, but not to the dispatcher, and telephone bills may total $200 per day. Driffil said Illinois Bell had just completed a private long­ distance hookup with Beardstown, Hannibal and Galesburg, which should ease matters. However, it will still be three weeks btidve things ^get back to normal. Tracks will have to be cleared of debris left by the flood. Another probleni, Driffil said, was that the yards at Galesburg are full most of the time be- bause of rerouted traffic, and there is only a single track from Beardstown. Dispatching might have been moved to Bushnell from Hannibal if the river had continued to rise, Driffil said. Workers there now have to commute to the yards by boat, but the river has dropped recently, and the move won't be made. Meanwhile, the Bushnell depot is operating 24 haurs a day on three shifts. Officers were elected Thursday night when the Bushnell VFW Post met at the VFW HalL Ronnie Cassel was elected new commander. Other officers elected were Armand Havens, senior vice commander; Roy Furniss, jujiior vice commander; Gaylord McCance, chaplain; U. S. Collins, judge advocate; Dallas McCleery, quartermaster, and Leland McMahill, trustee, three years. Dr. Richard Franck was elected to the post of surgeon. The new term begins July 1, following the district convention. Walter Joseph Kaszubski is a new member. Mayor Harold W. Fitch. Rev. James Weiss and Jarl Trammell, Department of Local Government Affairs, Springfield, were present to conduct a question and answer period concerning the proposed recreation and cultural center. A proposed site for the building is the VFW Park. A trash fire at the Jerry Ruark residence in the 600 block or Cleveland Street was extinguished by Bushnell volunteer firemen Friday morning. No damage was reported, Bushnell-Prairie City School lunch menus for the week of WILMA POWIESS, Aiit. Mgr Ph. 343^3016 April 30-May 4 have been announced by school officials. Monday—tenderloin sandwiches, green beans, sliced peaches, oatmeal cookies. Tuesday—turkey and noodles, mashed potatoes, cheese sticks, fresh fruit salad, hot rolls and butter. Wednesday — hamburger and spaghetti, tossed salad, apricots, cinnamon VQHS and butter. Thursday — i barbecued sandwiches, French IVies, carrot and pineapple Jello, Boston cream pie. Friday—sack lunch Junior prom. 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