Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 4, 1973 · Page 7
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, June 4, 1973
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Bushnell Mutual Club Installs Officers SOSttNfMUi — Officers were InataMied whett mwihora of the BuafoncH Carnegie Mutual Club met Friday at the home of Uts. Maurice Chaitterton. They are Mrs, Phillip Wells, second vice president; Mrs. Ruth Tumbull, Secretary, and Mm. C. V. Raymond, auditor. E-Oil SPECIAL OFFER T WEEK ONLY 10,000-1.U. of Vitamin E in * b a s e of Organic Wheat Germ Oil. Excel' lent as a Dietary Supple* merit or as a Beauty Aid — Skirt takes on a New Tens after a few Treatments. 4 oz. Site Reg. $20 Value . Now! $1.99 ea. Or Any Of These Other Fine Vitamin E Cosmetics. 1. 4 b*. V.E. Shampoo $ Scalp Conditioner. 5000 I.U. 2. 4 oz. V.E. Moisturizing Base Liquid Creme. 1000 I.U. 3. 4 oz. V.E. Sun Tan Lotion Lemon Scented. 5000 I.U. 4. 4 oz. Liquid Body & Face Soap. It's Great. 4000 I.U. 5. 4 oz. Of Our Great V.E. Oil. Good Results 10,000 I.U. Special For Mail Order Customers. Only 1.99 ea. Order $10.00 Worth and Get Bonus Choice of Any One Item FREE. Mail Cash, Check or M.O. No C.O.D. Add Tax Add 25c For Postage LAZARSCOTT CO. 7905 x h Blackburn Ave. , Los Angeles, Cal. 90048 Mrs. Cowpferthwalto will servo another term as prasildcnt. Mrs. Cowpeplihiwaitc named her committees for the new year and induction ceremonies we/re held for Mrs. Elmer Strode, Mrs. PIMip Buohen and Mrs. Russell Cheek, all new members. An Invitation was extended <to the group by Mr. and Mrs. .Maurice CShatterton for Utelr 60th wedding anniversary celebration Aug. 19 at the United Methodist Church. New committees tor next year include Mrs. Lester Horn, Mrs. Kay Weaver, Mrs. Clair Curtis, and Mrs. Buchen, program; Mrs. J. C. Serven, Mrs. Ernest Gardiner, Mrs. Wells, Mrs. Oscar Grimim, Mrs. Ray Swcney, Mrs. Chaitterlon, Mrs. Bertha Nichols and Mrs. H. C. TumbuW, ways and means, and Mrs. E. G, Lauterbaoh, Mrs. U, S, Collins and Mrs. Hugh Crawford, revisions and resolutions Other committees Include Mrs, Clark Sperry and Mrs. Charles V. Raymond, flowers and cards; Mrs. Merle Bourgeon, Mrs. Ray Swcney, Mrs. Raymond and Mrs. Sperry, telephone; Mrs. Cheek and Mrs. Tumbull, publicity and press; Mrs. D. R. Daniels, and Mrs. Raymond, Park Ridge School; Mrs. Collins, Mrs. Beryl Moore, and Mrs. Viola Hageman, scholarship; Mrs. LeVcrne Hensley, Mrs. Harry Drake, N a m e q u a BUSHNELL MRS. JAY CLEMENS CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 660 W. Hurst St. Phone 772-2240 Galesburg Register-Mail, Gglesbufg/ Manday, June 4. 1973 Presbyterians Group Votes Independence 7 lodge; Mrs. Horn, Mrs. Grimm, Mrs. Crawford, Mrs. Daniel Maaar, and Mrs. Hens- iey, membership; Mrs. Crawford, Mrs. Severns, Mrs. Russell Dimmltt, finance, and Mrs. Cheek, Mrs. Crawford, Mrs. Collins, Mrs. J. B. Mc- loan, Mrs. Strode, Mrs. Chatterton and Mrs. Francis Ross, community improvement projects. There will be no more meet­ ings of the olub unit Sepiem- bef. The glaucoma testing unit, sponsored by the Bushnell Lions Club, will be in operation Wednesday from 2-5 p.m. in front of theClPS office on East Main Street. All persons, especially those over .35 years of age, sihould take advantage of this opportunity, unit officials said. Truck Overturns Near Galva; High School Honors Listed GALVA — A Galesburg man) escaped injury Saturday when his truck ouentumied on U. S„ 34 west of Gailva. Alan L. SmMi of Lake Bracken was the driver of a Western HI Ice Co. truck which traveled 363 feet after leaving the roadway, struck a guard rail and overturned' on the north side of the highway. The accident occurred three miles west of the city limits. No tickets were issued, according to the Henry County Sheriff's office. Galva Lions Club will have a picnic for members and their families at the Lions Club shelter at Galva Park District June 13 at 7 p.m. Galva High Schools officials have announced the fourth quarter honor roll: Seniors —• Alan Atkinson, Roy Ball, Robert Collister, Pat Evans Swanson, Anne Freberg, Judy Good, Margo Huber, Paul Jaquet, Sharon Raley, Dirk Hodgcrg, Carol Sawickls, Loretta Smith, Frederick Spiegel, Terl Swanson, Kathy Turner, Mlchele Van Roem- donk, Cherrl Wallace, Charles Anderson, Susan Arter, Marcla Ballard, Susan Dickinson, Alan Gartln, Charles Glrven, Breuda Hepner, Teresa .Tones, Paul Karjala, Teryl Nelson, Barbara Newell, Carol Nordstrom, Burt Stevens, Pamela Theobald, Juniors — Margaret Auslch, Colleen Clucas, Becky Dobbels, Connie Freed, .Terry Huffman, Sue Mason, Bonita Nelson, Edith Reimers, .Tamle Theesfeld, Robin Warner, Fritz Apfel, Dwren Boston, Terl Chilberg, Janet Collis- Rod Hepner, Susan Peterson, Pam GALVA MRS. SUSAN HEPNER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 24 NE Third St. Phone 932-2725 ATLANTA TUPI) Presbyterians have voted t6 remain Independent of all national church organizations. An organizing committee for churches which withdrew from the parent Presbyterian Church of the U.S. issued policy recommendations in a weekend meeting and scheduled a full advisory convention for Aug. 79 in Asheville, N.C. The 38-memtoer committee, representing churches in 11 states, proposed that "no consideration be given to affiliation with the National Council of Churches or the World Council of Churches now or at any time in the future." According to a spokesman, another resolution was adopted recommending each church be challenged to give as much money to missionary work "as it spends on congregational expenses." Dissident, The committee decided to invite all Presbyterian churches to the August advisory convention but said only churches which seceded would be eligible to vote. The seceding churches have disagreed with the parent church over liberalised Ifttd pretations of the Bible and doctrinal policies, eliiffllftg it has become too liberal on such matters as women's fights, abortion, premarital sex and other social and polltlcgj matters. I'VE GOT 25 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD BUY A SENTRY AUTO POLICY. ONE OF THEM IS THAT YOU MAY SAVE MONEY. Phone 343-0415 1088 DAYTON DRIVE SENTRY.1T1NSURANCH Rudy Aten ter, Tina Craig, Sheila Cromlen, Sage, Jim Theesfeld, Peggy Theesfeld, Rose Wheelhouse, Rnndy Whitman. Sophomores — Debbi Anderson, Susan Anderson, Tim Barlow, Melissa Campbell, Virginia Carlson, Barbara Doss, Jeff Hagaman, Sarah King, Andy Nordstrom, Mark Nordstrom, Mark Pettegrew Jane Ressegule, Tonl Thomson, Jane Van De Velde, Roger Ericson, Gladys Fischer, Rhonda Huber, Melody Nelson, Robert Nelson, Terry Overbaugh, Luclnda Splvey, Cindy Swanson, Pam Thurston, Rick Turner, Cindy Walker, Mike Wexell, Tim WiUiams, Kenneth Yelm. Freshmen — Kay Cunningham, Vickie Dowell, Debra Evans, Elaine Heiwig, Lisa Larson, Paul Palmer, Carol Schuster, Carol Werkheiser, John Arter, Pam Berg, Susan Doss, Scott Hulstrom, Mark Kelly, Desiree Luckey, Sharlene Mason, Michele Pobanz, Carlin Puckett. Former Chief Justice Praises LA Mayoi By United Press International LOS ANGELES (UPI) Former Chief Justice Earl Warren Sunday praised Tom Bradley, who will be the city's first black mayor when he takes office July 1. About People He called Bradley "a man who earned his position through years of faithful public service, and a man who hias had placed in his path all the obstacles that could be placed in front of a man who is advancing in the public service." Good, Margo Huner, .faui jaquei, i , u nniwn » Mary Melton, William Oberg, yet KWJfWn. Warren said Bradley would give Los Angeles "one of the greatest administrations it has 1 Annum summsn IPICSAI LOSE YOUR AtFigu EXPENSE.«. 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"Within the last two or three years, this nation has shifted from a have to a have-not nation with regard to its energy supplies, and we've gone from 10 to 20 to 30 per cent of our oil coming in from overseas," he said. KAHANE RE-ARRESTED JERUSALEM (UPI) - Rabbi Meir Kahane,' leader of the militant Jewish Defense Lea gue, was arrested Sunday for the third time since he (arrived in Israel two years ago. Police said Kahane was taken into custody for questioning after police searched his apartment for letters urging Israeli Arabs to leave the country. The Ameridainnborn rabbi is currently standing trial before a Jerusalem district court on charges of inciting to rebellion for mailing letters that offered the Arabs help in selling their property if they leave Israel or its occupied territories. MUSKIE IN JAPAN TOKYO (UPI) - Sen. Edmund S. Muskie, D-Maine, arrives here today for a series of meetings with top governmental leaders. Muskie was invited to meat Prime Minister Kakuei Tanakia, Foreign Minister Masayoshi Ohira and Minister of International Trade and Industry Yasuhiro Nakasone during his one-week stay in Japan. In addition, Muskie will lecture on environmental preservation in Tokyo and Osaka on Tuesday and Thursday. He was invited to Japan by Deputy Prime Minister Takeo Miki, director-general of the country's Environmental Agency. Antioch Is Back in Business YELLOW SPRINGS, Ohio (UPI) — Classes were held on the campus of Antioch College today for the first time since April 20, when students demanding that the school guarantee continuance of financial aid went on strike. Greene County sheriff's deputies, acting on a court order, reopened the campus last Friday and students who said they would attempt to "retake" campus buildings today called off the action until Wednesday. The first few scheduled classes this morning were poorly attended, as were classes held off campus by some of the school's 140 faculty members during the strike. Strikers picketed the main campus building but did not block its entrances. ^Ladies Day" Cleaning Special Every Tuesday b OFF on All Ladies Cleaning Received In Either of Our Two Stores On Tuesday. No Fteu Pick-up and Dulivury i uiid Duliv Suedes & Furs Excluded LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS 332 E. FERRIS «— 1472 N. HENDERSON Now's the time to replace your old kitchen stove • . . add a new dimension in style & cooking convenience with a HARDWICK GAS RANGE from HINES & McCLINTOCK These quality features in all Hardwick Ranges: LIFT-UP/LIFT-OFF COOKING TOP Cleanup's a breeze. Burners and grates lift out for quick dishwasher sudsing; the smooth burner box wipes clean with a damp cloth. EQUATEMP® BURNER With insulated oven bottom. Gives amazing baking results every time with completely balanced heat. 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