Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 15, 1973 · Page 24
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, May 15, 1973
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24 (Safesbara Igflisie ^MaiLjSatesbura, III. Tuesday, May 1,5, 1??3 KnoxvillePark Will Be Location Of Flea Market KN0XV1LLE - The Knoxville Business Assn. will hold another flea market and Sidewalk Days sale Saturday. The flea market will be held in the park and merchants will set up tables on the sidewalk outside their establishments to sell goods. The market opens at 8:30 a.m. A consignment auction will be held at 1:30 p.m. In case of rain the activities will be held at the Knoxville fire station. Contributions for the spring clothing appeal must be brought to the basement of Grace Lutheran Church by Friday at noon. Sweaters, and children's and men's clothing are needed. The junior - senior high Knoxville ANNABEL PETERSON COftH ESPON DENT Home Address: 210 N. timber St. Phone m-VM school PTA will meet May 19 at 7:30 p.m. The membership and evangelism committees- will meet Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the Christian Church. Abingdon Women ImtallMfoy Seale New Officers at Banquet P^ictsUpsct Victory Today Lecture Set The sixth in a series of trauma center lectures will be held Thursday at 7 p.m. St. Mary's Hospital in basement classroom. Dr. Daniel Lew will lecture on facial fractures and head injuries. All professional medical personnel are invited to attend. Cod Crisis Leads to Oysters PORTHCAWL, Wales (UPI) — The idea may shock traditionalists, but fish and chips may give way to oysters and chips. The tradition-hallowed British snack, fried cod and fried potatoes wrapped in newspaper, may go because there isn't enough cod to meet the demand. Arnold Scholes, president of the British Fish Fryers Association, said Monday that oysters are plentiful. Most of his audience seemed to take the idea calmly. "It's just a sign of the affluent society," said one fish fryer. "Oysters and chips had to come. Maybe we'll get the toffs (society folk) queuing up at our shops now." ABINGDON - Mrs. Leo Munson was installed as president for 1973-74 when Abingdon Woman's Club had its annual May banquet at the Holiday Inn last Friday. Other officers installed were Mrs. Sam Mangieri, vice president; Mrs. Claude Rose, secretary; and Mrs. William White, treasurer. Mrs. Harold Liston, vice president of the central region of Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs, was the installing officer. Mrs. Frank Blaze, Knoxville, who has had several 1- man showing's in major cities, displayed several of her paintings. In addition to painting on conventional materials, Mrs. Blaze also uses old barn boards for some of her works. Mrs. Blaze is teaching adult art education at Carl Sandburg College. Reports were given by Mrs. Arthur Wilson, Mrs. Charles Peck and Carol Dare. Members voted a $50 donation to the bike trail the club is establishing. Mrs. Louise Simms read the poem which won awards at district and state level. Mrs. Zoe Edeklint, Karlskrona, Sweden, was a guest. Abingdon MRS. OERALDINE BAWft Correspondent RFD St. Augustine, 111. Phone 462-2477 Mrs. Gerald Bulkeley Will present the program on her trip to Guatemala when Christian Women's Fellowship haSr a salad luncheon at the Christian Church Thursday at 12:30 p.m. Tickets must be purchased in advance from members of the organization. Officers for the coming year will be elected when Senior High UMYF meets at the United Methodist Church Thursday at 7:15 p.m. The Abingdon High School golf team will travel to Aledo for a match Wednesday at 4 p.m. Abingdon police during the past week have issued tickets to Wilmer L. Taylor, 43, Roseville, illegal transportation of liquor and driving with a suspended license; Floyd A. Eddington, 24, Colchester, speeding; Lester D. Rawlins, 24, 105 S. Harshbarger St., spinning tires; Nofbert G. Smith, 45, Maquon, improper classification; Roy L. Hawkins, 19, Monmouth, no motorcycle classification; Ted M. Harrison, 23, North Main Street, driving with a revoked license and attempting to elude police officers; James W. McGloth* lin, 43, 400 S. Jefferson St., operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated and illegal transportation of liquor, and Randall W. Curtis, 20, 105 W. Monmouth St., spinning tires. Donna Morrison, 407 W. Martin, signed a complaint charging John Sloan with assault following an incident at Way's Dari-Bar May 9 at 9:25 p.m. Rodney Miller signed a complaint charging Francis Kendrick with assault following an incident at 800 N. Monroe St. May 8 at 2:15 p.m. William A. White and Kathy, Mrs. Chuck Armstrong and John and Mrs. Max Thurman and Ronnie and Roger bowled in a family tournament at Plaza Lanes at Washington Sunday. READ THE WANT ADS! OAKLAND, Calif. (UPI) Bobby Seale, who less than two years ago was on trial for murder of a fellow Black Panther, predicted he would win an "upset victory" today over incumbent John Reading in their race for mayor of California's fifth biggest city. Reading, a two-term mayor running for four more years in the part-time job, worried that if too many voters in the city of 362,000 "think I have the election in the bag and decide not to vote, then I could be in serious trouble." The mayor failed by 54 votes to win over seven opponents in an April 17 election, forcing the runoff with second place vote- getter Seale. Reading 55, a food company executive, has urged his re election to continue major redevelopment of the city on San Francisco Bay. He has praised Seale for "confining himself to the issues" and not turning the campaign into a black-white confrontation in Oakland, where minorities make up 51 per'cent of the population. Bobby Seale ... predicts victory He was a defendant in the "Chicago Seven" riot conspiracy trial. The charges were eventually dropped as was one of murder of a fellow Panther turned police informer after a New Haven, Conn., trial ended in a hung jury in 1971. After the Panthers laid down their guns, Seale shucked his leather jacket for business suits and began putting together a political machine based among the minorities. It has grown to seven offices and 1,000 precinct workers for the current campaign. The first great missionary was the Apostle Paul. SEI KNOXVILLE "MONEY STORE"! May 18, 1973 Galesburg Register-Mail Raw Sugar and VUamlnt Natural Foodi, OIU. Flouri, •old At ... 230 E. Main, XnoxvtU* LISTERINE Antiseptic MOUTHWASH 14 oz. VASELINE INTENSIVE CARE WIPE-N-DIPE 50 Per Pkg. wipe -Dipe Clairol Final Net 8 oz. Limit 2 $109 IRISH SPRING DEODORANT SOAP BATH SIZE 3:49 irish spring ADORN HAIR SPRAY With FREE GILLETTE TRAC II RAZOR Reg. Extra Hold Unscented & Ultimate Hold Heavy Duty Ray-O-Vac BATTERIES SUPER CELL Size D — 1.5 Volt 2 49 WESTCLOX Electric WALL CLOCKS No. 26091 & 26093 Only $479 Thermos SNACK JARS INSULATED 2° 99' Newton Master Filament FISHING LINE Test 6 Thru 20 Reg. 2.37 $188 COURT TENNIS BALLS Made In England $149 to! Tin of 3 POWER ELECTRICAL TAPE 3/4 x 60 No. 66N ASSORTMENT OF JEWELRY 49c EARRINGS, PINS BRACELETS & NECKLACES 3 Pc. Stainless Steel Set Mixing Bowl Set $3» 100% Oil Tanned CHAMOIS 3 Sq. Ft. No. GP 22F $188 JOHNSON'S LEMON PLEDGE New Enriched Formula 14-Oz. $109 Car Wash MITT Soft Pliable and Absorbent No. GP125 , I'bt./nfly' 1 45c RALLY Car Cream WAX LARGE SIZE SPIC & SPAN THE BIG JOB CLEANER Giant Size $109 Scotch Transparent Tape By 3M No. 174 INSTANT NESTEA' 100% TEA - 3 oz. size WITH THIS COUPON Expires Thurs., May 17 RE-WEB KIT For Lawn furniture No. 120 151 DuPONT COOLING SYSTEM FAST FLUSH 10 Minute Cleaner 15 oz. Size 5 ° 99 fill. 1 * O'Cedar Power Strip SPONGE MOP No. 201 $ 2 o9 Prices Effective thru Thurs., May 17 169 N. Broad St. Galesburg, III. x . - . 1— , . : ^^OjHBlJ^^ rtrilkf YOU ALWArS BUY THE BESI FOR LESS QlBSON'S HOURS: Mon. thru Sat. 9 AM to 8 PM Sunday 12 Noon to 5 p.m. Memorial Day Store Hours 12 Noon to 5 p.m. PRELL LIQUID SHAMPOO FAMILY SIZE Anchor Hocking Fire King Oven ware 2 Qt. Baking Dish V/% Qt. Oblong Baking j^TV £ IV2 Qt. Round Baking •••• _ , Dhh ^F^FEach

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