Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 5, 1973 · Page 12
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 12

Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, May 5, 1973
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12 Galcsburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, Sgturdoy, May 5, 1973 Nixon Watergate Reaction Dominates Week By United Press International President Nixon told the American people this week that is "the man at the top" he assumed lull responsibility for the Watergate twigging. Week In Review In an address to the nation Nixon said the easy way out for him could have been to blame those to whom he had delegated the responsibility of running his re-election campaign. "But that would be a cowardly thing to do," he said. He pledged he would do everything in his power "to ensure that the guilty are brought to justice, and that such abuses are purged from our political processes in the years to come, long after I have left this office." Nixon said that, in what he considered one of the most difficult decisions of his presU dency, he had accepted the resignations of presidential advisers H. R. Haldeman and John Ehrlichman, both of whom later appeared before a federal grand jury in connection with the Watergate affair. The President also announced the resignation of Attorney General Richard G. Kleindienst and presidential counsel John W. dean tit. At the end of the week Nixon Went into seclusion at his vacation retreat in Key Bis cayne, Fla., to face the task of rebuilding his depleted White House staff. Around the World: BEIRUT — Lebanese army troops and Palestinian guerrillas fought a bloody two-day battle before proclaiming a cease-fire. The last casualty figures given before the cease­ fire announcement put the death toll at more than 95 with at least another 200 wounded. HOUSTON - Former Gov John B. Connally of Texas announced he had switched his political allegiance to the Republican Party. Connally, who served as the Secretary of the Treasury in the first Nixon administration said he thought the GOP was more responsive to the needs of the people. VICKSBURG, Miss. - The flooding Mississipppi moved over more farmland erasing hopes for a cotton crop in Tennesseee and Mississippi and forcing the closing of three quarters of Louisiana's oyster industry. < . BUENOS AIRES—The Argentine, congress met for the first time In almost eight years amid loud cheers for exiled former President Juan D. Peron. WASHINGTON — Presiden Nixon said the United States would not interfere with any Communist takeover of Indochina provided it was done by peaceful methods. Nixon warn ed, however, that Hanoi risked confrontation with the United States if force was used. teAtM«MitiM *i3 School District 225 Approves A Summer Typewriting Gass ALPHA — District 225 Board of Education at a meeting May 2 approved a summer typing class. A minimum of 20 students will be needed for the class which will run six weeks. Cost per student will be $20. Persons interested may call the high school office at Woodhull. The board voted to pay all costs of fixing the drain tile at the high school, but Harold Grams, superintendent, and Maurice DeSutter, board member, will attend the next Woodhull Village Board meeting to ask clarification of such future repairs. In considering joining with five area schools to contract for phychological testing, board members agreed to first investigate the costs of hiring a psychologist for the district. Board members were told a junior college survey will be included in an upcoming Jaycee survey. In other business, the board: —Accepted the bid of Metropolitan School Supply of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, for library furniture for the new addition at Alpha. Cost was $6,121. —Approved a request for the editor of the school year- FOR PROUD MOTHERS Pendant by Beautiful, colorful, a proud symbol of her beloved children. One to six simulated birthstones, custom-set to order. Gift boxed. LEO STEIN & SONS, Inc. JEWELRY DEPT. 349 E. MAIN ST. Downtown Galesburg book to attend a workship at Northern Illinois University June 24-29. —Was told the school has been accredited by the North Central Assn. —Decided to obtain driver education cars from Bob's Ford and Moore Chevrolet at Woodhull on an alternating basis. —Okayed the position of ninth grade assistant basket- bait coach for next term only. —Set open house at the Alpha Elementary School for May 21. The AlWcod junior-senior prom will be held at The Deck at Geneseo May 12. The banquet is set for 6:30 p.m.; the dance will follow from 8-11 p.m. Juniors, seniors and their guests have been invited. Junior class sponsors are Fred McLaughlin, Mrs. Jane Weech and Joe Nohl. Senior class sponsors are Mrs. Willo- deane Carlson and Don Metzger. The Alexander Lumber Co. team was in charge when the Alpha Tuesday Night Women's Bowling League held its annual banquet this week at the Red Carpet in Moline. Officers elected for the coming year were Pat Moreland, president;,Kay Spicher, vice president; Marty Johnson, secretary; Mary Loving, treasurer, and Judy Muhleman, sergeant-at-arms. Alpha Ready-Mix team was named winner. Team members are Miss Spicher, Irene Lafferty, Miss Muhleman, Mim Smith and Delores Petrovich. High average award went to Miss Petrovich with 167, and Althea Stromquist, who upped her average 17 pins, was named most improved bowler. Roger Brooke Taney of Maryland was the first Catholic chief justice of the Supreme Court of Mayor Elmer Ferguson was the United States. sworn into his second term of office during a meeting Tuesday of the City Council. Madolin Stevens took office ROVA Sweepstakes Jim Scott, right, a junior at ROVA High School, Oneida, poses in front of the buffet and hutch he made and which helped the school win one of three sweepstakes awards in the April 27 industrial arts contest, sponsored by Western Illinois University, Macomb. Scott holds the outstanding individual award he received for his work in wood. The school received the sweepstakes awards as the result of the efforts of junior and senior high school industrial education students. Other ROVA students, representing the sweepstakes categories are, from left, Diane Marlow, a junior; Tim Pelton, an eighth grader, and Sara Westerdale, a senior. (Register-Mail photo by Dale Humphrey.) . Council Seated In Keithsburg KEITHSBURG - Incumbent English Teachers Plan Meet K AIR CONDITIONING "• FREE * INSPECTION & ESTIMATE WITH THIS COUPON Absolutely Na Obligation. All Work Fully Guaranteed. Our Well Trained Mechanic Does All Types of Auto Air Conditioning Work, Tune-Ups, etc. Mechanic On Duty Mon. thru Fri. 8 o.m. to 5 p.m. 1 JERRY'S Texaco ! 1672 N. Henderson St. — Galesburg for her first term as city clerk and Clifford Tured began his third term as city treasurer. All of the above were elected to 4- year terms. Councilmen seated at the meeting, and their terms, are.- , 0 First Ward - Larry Barnhouse, LeglOtt JjJanCe 3Ct four years, and Russ Downey, ONEIDA - Plans were made two years; Second Ward- Ger- f t A ican Region sld McLee, four years, and; . m ' dl t • t Lewis' Miller, two years; mri^^V.^^Ji}^!^} Ward — Clyde Cooper, four years, and John Cooper, two years. All but the new city clerk are incumbents. MACOMB — Teachers of language arts and English in the private and public schools of Knox, Warren, Fulton, McDonough, Henderson and Stark counties will meet Monday at 6:30 p.m. in the Western Illinois University Union Building. The teachers belong to the Western District of the II- Rivoli Drive MEW WINDSOR - The Rivoli Township cancer drive is in process during the first two weeks of May. Canvassers in the town and in rural areas will an envelope if residents are not at home so they may mail in contributions. $2°<> OFF ANY CLIP & SAVE SHOES Priced From $^|Q99 and UP Coupon Good SUNDAY, MAY 6 ONLY Family Shoe Store SHANE' SHOWERS 153 E. MAIN ST. Across From Walgreen's — FREE Layaway BANK AMERICARD - MASTER CHARGE sm $T ?Kff vAiuA»tt COUPON meeting of the auxiliary. The dinner will be at 6:30 p.m. May 17 at the Oneida Legion Home. Plans also were made for selling 1,000 poppies Memorial Day weekend. The next meeting of the auxiliary will be June 5 for election of officers. linois Assn. of Teachers of English. Dr. Peter Potam- ianos of the Office, of the Superintendent of Public Instruction will speak on Dr. Michael, Bakalis' plan of "action goals" for the 70's in the individualization of instruction in English and language arts. Sundae Party NORWOOD — The senior youth of the Norwood United Fresbyterian Church will have a sundae party at the church May 6 at 6 p.m. A skating party is planned for the junior youth May 7 at the Monmouth Roller Rink from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. A weiner roast will precede skating at 5 p.m at the church. Krc Sorry, VoSliei t« DMIW, roqe XTRA DISCOUNT PRICES STORE HOURS Sundoy 9 o.m. to 6 p.m. Mon-Thurs. 9-9, Fri. 9-10, Sot. 9-9 IIIIIIIIIIIIE g 7-Day Special 2 Kroger U.S.D.A. Grade A I Eggs DOZ. WITH $10 OR MORE PURCHASE EXCLUDING'COUPON PURCHASE 1-4 ExpirM Tutr, May 8-Limit 1 ^iiiiiiHiiimiTiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiihiim 1

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