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Odor Complaints Are Aired at Bushnell City Council Meet Tuesday, June 3. 1973 7 BU8lWEt.li-. When ft town has ft sower disposal plant, a hog market and a feed lot In When You're ICMA PAYS YOU BENEFITS TO HELP WITH YOUR EXPENSES FOR ABOUT IT'S BEEN DOING IT FOR SO YEARS 1 WRITE FOR FACTS ILLINOIS COMMERCIAL MEN'S ASSOCIATION 100 NOnTH MICHIGAN AVENUE CHICAGO, ILLINOIS G0601 A ,„ the same area, there's bound to bo some complaints. Members of Bushnell City Council found this out at thelf meeting Monday night. Aid. Luther Klinedinst said some persons have blamed the sewer disposal plant In the west section of the city. However, Klinedinst said he thinks Hetoold Hog Market In the same area is responsible. Other city officials were not satisfied with these explanations. They fixed the blame on a feed lot in that area. A.Id. Howard Mathcwson said he lias received reports of odors coming from the Oscar Mayer Stockyards on the south side of town. Not knowing who to blame, the nldermcn directed its city attorney to send a letter to the firms Involved, expressing concern about tho problem. IN OTHER action the council bought three vehicles. A station wagon for tho recreation department was purchased from Farmers and Merchants State Bank for $2,250. Two trucks, one for the water department and the other for the street department, Some of our dumber numbers. DUCHESSH Walk on pebbles, trudge the city. Fear not, In soft leather, foam, bandy crepe, heaven and a dumb pair of Hush Puppies (R) shoes. go-almost-anywhere summer softie, the kind you hate to wear out. It's a Hush Puppies® shoe, and dumb enough to go on and on and on. Hush Puppies 0 C 214 E. MAIN ST. PH. 342-1313 will be purchased from Heath Motor Co., tiushnell for $2,790 after trade-In. Aldermen agreed to give $60 to the Recreation Center Council as a compensation for the council's bill resulting from a water leak at the center, 676'/a E Main St. Mayor Harold Fitch announced that the state has approved a grant for a summer intern program for the recreation department. The grant Is $500 with the city to pay a matching amount for the salary of Miss Sandra Fisher, Qulncy, a student at Western Illinois University, Macomb. Miss Fisher will teach tennis, help at the Prairie City playground and assist with the baseball program. Death Ruled Accidental At Inquest GALVA — A verdict of accidental death was returned by a coroner's jury Monday night at art inquest into the May 11 death of Mrs. Ebba Anderson, Galva. She died en route to Kewanee Public Hospital of injuries received in a two-car accident at the junction of Illinois 17 and U.S. 34 west of Toulon. Mrs. Anderson was a passenger in her car, which was operated by Mrs. Ruth Jensen, Duluth, Minn. Mrs. Jensen was driving Mrs. Anderson to Toulon to ,take her, drivers examination. State Trooper Jerry Altop of Wyoming testified that Mrs. Jensen apparently stopped at the junction and proceeded south into the path of the northbound auto driven bv Mrs. Margaret Goings of ke^anee. Robert Peterson, deputy coroner conducted the inquest Scientist Says Earth's Plants Like Moon Soil MOBILE, Ala. (UPI) Earth plants treated with moon soil grow better and live longer than ordinary plants, according to tests conducted by Vernon Scholes, a biology professor at the University of South Alabama. "We were looking for plant pathogens," Scholes said Monday, referring to elements that might be harmful to plant life, "but then we noticed that for some reason the plants that had been treated with lunar material grew better and lived linger than those without it." Scholes carried out the tests for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, using moon soil brought back by astronauts. He said the experiments involved single cells and entire plants. He said the moon dirt apparently stimulates the chlorophyll in the plants. Fitch said that he is now in a state of "hopeful expectancy" after his recent meeting with Housing and Urban Development officials, Chicago, where he delivered Phase H of the city's application for federal funds for a new recreation and cultural center. He said that a final decision is expected within 30 days. Aldermen voted to buy 200 pounds of pipe for $1,410 for a new water line to the Don White Trailer Court. Miss Marianne Thrasher was installed as the new worthy adviser of Bushnell Assembly, Order of Rainbow for Girls Sunday afternoon at the Masonic Temple. Other officers installed wero BUSHNELL MRS. JAY CLEMENS CORRESPONDENT Home Address; 680 W. Hurst St. Phone 772.2240 Contractors Lock Out Striken Galva MRS. SUSAN HEPNER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 24 NE Third Ave. Phone 932-2725 Suanne Hess, worthy associate adviser; Becky Howe, charity; Linda Fayhee, hope; Deborah Cameron, faith; Pam Hensley, recorder; Janet Shanklln, treasurer; Kaylene Spangler, chaplain; Cheryl Ham, drill leader; Jolene Williams, nature; Mary Ewing, fidelity; Cindy McFaddcn, patriotism; Becky Knott, service; Kathy Thrasher, confidential observer; Deborah Taylor, outer observer; Kathy Shanklln, musician, and Mrs. WHma Hess, mother adviser. Installing officers were Su­ anne Hess, installing officer; Luan Icenogle, Macomb, marshal; Ann Webb, chaplain; Ouynne Evans, Macomb, recorder; Kathy Shanklln, musician, and Maryella Smith, soloist. Flower girl was Lisa Thrasher and Bart Rogers was the crownbearer. Serving as escorts were Charles Hess, Max Loy, Steve Hess and Scott Hess. Karen Ver- Steeg was at the guest book. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Thrasher are Mason and Eastern Star of the term. CHICAGO (UPI)-Major construction projects in an eight- county area of northeastern Illinois was stopped today as contractors imposed a lockout on striking laborers. The lockout came at 12:01 a.m. following selective strikes which began Friday in a dispute over a new contract. Mid-America Regional Bar­ gaining Association, bargaining agent for the contractors, said the workers were offered a two- year contract with wage hikes of between 60 and 85 cents an hour. MARBA said laborers earn $8.50 to $6.95 per hour and are asking for Increases totaling 63 cents an hour in a one-year pact. Police Seek Assault Suspect WEISSER UNION OPTICAL CO. MEDICARE OPTICS & OPTICAL CO. HEARING AIDS If Offering FREE HEARING AID BATTERIES at the city administration building. More than 100 persons participated in a fishing derby held June 2 at Sportsman's Lake. A total of 84 fish were caught in the contest, which was sponsored by Boy Scout Troop 143. In charge of the contest were scouts David Coad, Jeff Puckett, Bill Frisby, Bob Frisby and Jack Frisby. Prizes were donated by Galva merchants. Dale Palmer caught the biggest fish of the day, an 18-inch carp. Mike Ray had the second largest fish, a 13-inch bass. Ravmond Vincent and Scott Hulstrom also received prizes for the smallest fish and the most fish caught. Hulstrom landed five fish. The local scout troop has several hikes and tours planned. The scouts will travel June 15 to the Piasa Bird Trail near Alton, while later in the"month they will go to Hannibal, Mo., to tour caves. Nuclear Test Wednesday In Nevada LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPI) The Atomic Energy Commission will explode a nuclear device 3,490 feet below the desert at Pahute Mesa. Nev. Wednesday, requiring the removal of people for miles around. The AEC said the blast, code named "Alendro," will produce a force between 200 kilotons and one megaton—the equivalent of exploding a million tons of TNT. The shock from the explosion may sway tall buildings in Las Vegas, 110 miles away, the AEC warned. As a safety measure a building in Beatty, Nev., 32 miles away, the closest populated area to the test site, will be evacuated, and all mines within 50 miles of ground zero will be emptied of workers, the AEC said. Since underground testing began in 1963 there have been six nuclear explosions of this size and only three have been larger, the AEC said. BUSHNELL - Authorities today continued their search for a 32-year-old Bushnell man charged with aggravated assault on a police officer. Police Chief Ed Suter said First Women Yale Gracls NEW HAVEN, Conn. (UPI) —The alumni of Yale University, long exclusively male, today include 195 women. They were among 2,400 students receiving diplomas at commencement exercises Monday, the first females to receive undergraduate degrees at the Ivy League school. Yiale administrators say that a survey indicated the women worked harder and got slightly better grades than undergraduate men. police received a report of a disturbance Saturday at 8 a.m. at 145 S. Rile St. When Policeman John Arnold arrived at the scene, a man identified as Jim Lee Sanders of that address was reportedly standing in the front yard waving a knife and shouting at a neighbor. Upon see Arnold, Sanders was quoted as saying, "What the hell do you want." Arnold said Sanders swung at him with the knife. The officer said he fired a warning shot. Sanders flinched as though he was hit and ran to the house, police said. Arnold called Suter for assistance but by the time the police chief had arrived, Sanders had fled. A warrant for his arrest has been issued by the MeDon- ough County sheriff's office. Dressy Clothes, Sport Clothes, Robes, Swimwear, Masculine Cologne, Leather Dresser Pieces, Steins, Billfolds, Cuff-Links, Aviator Sun Glasses, Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, Holiday Hats and Caps, Belts, Sweaters, Gadgets, Blazers, Scarves, Bermudas, Shoes and, of course. Neckties. What more could Dad possibly want? Maybe a Schubach label . . . The Shop Accommodating i Woman's Faihlon* A CONSULTATION IN GALESBURG AT WEISSER UNION OPTICAL THURSDAY, JUNE 7 Mr. Art Mosley Senior Hearing Aid Consultant FREE! Batteries For 1 Year With Purchase of a Hearing Aid Mr, Mosley, A Laboratory Trained Authority with Many Years of Experience in Helping the Hard of Hearing, Will Use the New Advanced SPL Method of Analysis of Most Hearing Problems. He Will Advise You If You Can or Cannot Be Helped By THERE IS NO OBLIGATION If You Are Having Difficulty Understanding What People Say Be Sure To Come In On The Above Date To Visit With Mr. Mosley. It May Be One Of The Most Rewarding Decisions You Will Ever Make. Please Call Early For Appointment 1 UNION OPTICAL 60 S. KELLOGG PHONE 343-7410 GALESBURG, ILL. Afk About Our Medical Optics — Senior Citizen Optical Plan Legal Notice KNOX COUNTY ZONING RESOLUTION PUBLIC NOTICE State of Illinois ) ) SS County of Knox ) TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to all persons in Rio Township, Knox County, Illinois, that a public hearing will be held on Wednesday, June 20, 1973 at 2:00 p.m. in the Village Hall, St. Augustine, Illinois, relative to a request for a zoning Variance to allow a 25-foot reduction in set-back requirements of the "F" Farming district on the following described property: The East One-half (E%) of the Southeast Quarter (SE%) of Section 30, Township 13 North, Range 1 East of the Fourth P.M., Rio Township, Knox County, Illinois, as the result of a petition by Mr. William i Burford, R.R. 1, Rio, Illinois, which petition is on file in the office of the below named Board and open to inspection by the public. All interested persons are invited to attend this hearing and be heard, or they may submit comments on this matter in writing to the office of the below named Board, or both. KNOX COUNTY ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS Knox County Zoning Department Knox County Courthouse Galesburg, Illinois Ralph Hawthorne, Chairman Dated this 4th day of June, 1973, at Galesburg, .Illinois. 6-5-lt WaHli&i Fabric shop 331-337 E. MAIN ST. GALESBURG, ILL. will 05V A"' rk: Model #455 White Zig-Zag Sewing Machine With Triple Stretch Stitch Console Portable reg. $239.00 100 reg. $204.45 100 lovely . . . little lockets colorfully painted with dainty flowers . . . gold or silver finish and purrfect for gifting the graduate . . , $3.00 graduation gift certificates available calico cat monday & friday 10-9 Saturday & weekdays 10-5 The new triple stretch is great for knit and polyester fabrics. And check all the things this machine can do for you: sews on buttons, monograms, appliques, overcasts, darns, mends and sews over pins. Console model is housed in lovely walnut, finished hardwood cabinet, Portable model comes complete with case. Can't come In? Phone 343-8312 for home demonstration. Repairs and service on most makes and models. Financing available. Expert personnel on hand for demonstration. SSI I f4i ajar" \ • it 'mi 78 so. seminary, galesburg phone 342-2212 Galesburg's Only Exclusive White/Elna Franchise Dtaltrtbip STORE HOURS: Doily 9 AM - 5 PM Mon. & Fri. 9 AM - 9 PM

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