Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 5, 1973 · Page 20
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1 Tuesday,, June 5, 1973 mzes 1 Am MONMOUTH ~ Authoriaabion wad given ait a meeting of the City Oouftcll Monday night lor Mayor George Berated and the members of an ambulance committee to complete negotiations for *the operation of the local ambulance service. Aldermen Donaiid Chenoiweth and Thomas Bollman are on the ambulance committee. Chenoweth, Bollman and Ber- .sted have been meeting regu­ larly with a committee from Ute Warren County Board and staff and board members from Community Memorial Hospital. At a meeting of the three groups about a week ago, CMH representatives presented a proposal for the operation of the ambulance service and the county and city officials agreed (o present the proposal to their governing bodies for action. Has Annual Luncheon ROSEVILLE — Members of the Sunshine Club held their ^iinuai June luncheon at the Holiday Inn in Galesburg last week. Nineteen members and a guest were present. The group also visited the Carl Sandburg birthplace and toured the Sandburg cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Clowers are celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary today. They were married at the Youngstown Christian Chruch in 1948. They are the parents of a daughter, Mrs. David Down of Wyoming. Mr. and Mrs. Down will host an open house in honor of her parents anniversary, Sunday, from 24 p.m., at the Sheraton Inn, Galesburg. All friends and Central States MONMOUTH Correspondent Lorraine Stauth Newi Missed Copies Phone Before Phone relatives are invited. The couple request that gifts be emitted. h - , 36 Tornadoes By United Press International > Thirty-six tornadoes were sighted from the Central Plains to the Ohio Valley Monday, but no injuries were reported. A tornado picked up a car and turned it around in Indianapolis, Ind f , Monday, and twisters caused some damage to buildings in Oilton, Okla., ,Rolla, Mo., and near Charleston, 111. * Tornado watches remained in effect early today for portions of north-central Texas, south- cast Oklahoma, northern Ar" kansas and southern Missouri. * Showers and thunderstorms were active from portions of the Central and Southern Plains r across the middle and upper Mississippi Valley in the Great Lakes, the Ohio Valley and the Middle Atlantic Coast states today. v Winds gusted to about 60 miles an hour in thunderstorms at Sedalia, Mo., and Bloomington, 111. Fair weather prevailed from Texas through much of. the Gulf Coast and into the southeastern 1 United States early today. There were a few thundershow- Cynthia Sue Meach am, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Meacham of Roseville, will graduate from the Graham Hospital School of Nursing, June 5 at 7:30 p.m. Commencement exercises will be held" at Canton Senior High School auditorium. Royal Romance Tourists Bring Unwanted Mess GREAT SOMERFORD, England (UPI) — They handed out prizes Monday to the tidiest and prettiest villages in Wiltshire County and Great Somerford (pop. 450) won none for the first time in five years. For that, the village blames the romance of Princess Anne and her fiance, Lt. Mark Phillips, whose family lives in Great Somerford. Parish T sula. around today at Temperatures early 'ranged from 33 degrees Laramie, Wyo., to 87 at Blythe, Calif. U. S. Carrier Picks Up Crew Of Sinking Ship Council Clerk Brian blamed the White, 37, warned tne poor showing on newsm en wh o thronged to the village whenever Anne visited the Phillips home, and on the curious who swarmed in whether Anne was visiting or not. "So litter many visitors brought and parking problems that we couldn't cope," White said. "This is the one regret the village has about the royal romance. Police Seize (UPI) wrestled a (UPI) The USS HONOLULU nuclear aircraft carrier Enterprise picked up iall survivors of a Liberian merchant freighter swept by fire in the Pacific Monday, the Navy said today. A Navy spokesman said all survivors of the SS Saint Constantine had been picked up by the carrier's helicopters and were safely aboard the ship. The 85,000-ton Enterprise was ; about 80 miles from the Constantino, which caught fire ^580 miles southwest of Midway i Island. The freighter carried Air Pirate PORTLAND, Ore. Three policemen high-powered rifle away from a man demanding a plane at Portland International Airport Monday. One of the policemen was wounded in the leg when the weapon fired. The man, identified as Gerald L. Beliach, 34, of Willits, Calif, was charged with attempted air piracy and first degree assault. Bail was set at $55,000, Authorities said he carried a 30-06 rifle to a Hughes Airwest ticket counter and told an agent he wanted to fly somewhere. They said he had several road maps with routes marked on them. In the struggle for the rifle, the weapon discharged four times. Lt. Larry Mishler, 52, was wounded in the leg. He was treated and released. No one else was hurt. Airport officials said Beliach appeared agitated and thro* a billfold on the counter. "You THE CMH proposal calls for he City of Monmouth to con- .Unue to operate the service. The city is also to be responsible for billing and collecting for services, paying the ambulance personnel and operational costs, CMH will manage, supervise and coordinate the ambulance program. The hospital will train the personnel, staff the service, develop the work schedule and provide communications. The financial loss incurred will be shared-by -the city, county and hospital. Chenoweth . said the hospital has budgeted $15,000 and agreed to pay toat much annually as its share of the expected loss. He said . that a cost study based on figures for the past iftwo years shows that it takes about $91,000 per year to operate two ambulances. The revenue has averaged about $29,000. "Using these figures and deducting the $15,000 the hospital is willing to pay, this leaves about a $47,000 annual loss that the city and comity will have to share," said Chenoweth. Chenoweth said the figures on expected Joss from the oper- Open Discussion On Abortion F Set at College MONMOUTH - A panel discussion on the theme "Abor-> tion, What is it?" has been scheduled for June 13 at 8 p.m. at Monmouth College. Pro-life panelists will include Dr. Jack Davies, professor and chairman of the Department of Anatomy at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn.; John Gorby, McDonough County public defender and assistant state's attorney for McHenry County, and Mrs. Sandy Simmons, an Episcopalian minister's wife from St. Paul, Minn. Pro-abortion panelists will include Mrs. Carolyn Stevenson, Monmouth, a mother of four children, member of the American Association of University Women and the board cf directors of Jamieson Com- jnunity Center; George Tse- los, professor of History at Monmouth College, and a graduate of the University of Minnesota' who understudied in Zoology. Rev. James Crangle, pastor of the Kirkwood United Presbyterian Church, will act as moderator at the panel discussion which will include a question and answer session. ambiguous He said •there have been chang* es in policies of payment for ambulance services where pub* lie aid and Medicare are concerned. 'The way they are now making payments may lessen he loss of providing ambulance services for people on aid or rnder Medicare," he said. CHENOWETH TOLD the other aldermen that representar tives from the Warren County Board will also be presenting the hospital's proposal to their group when the board meets next Monday. "Then the committees from the county, city and hospital are to meet next Tuesday and negotiate further," he said. Mayor ttemted said he considered the fact that the hos* pital's proposal does not pro* vide for replacement pi worn out ambulances, one item which will have to be negotiated before a final contract of operation is drawn up. Aid. R J. Chamtoerland also expressed concern that the proposal calls for one organization to do the hiring and staffing and another to handle the |>ay- roll. Chenoweth said he thought this should not prove a problem since committees organizing the operation will continue to meet on a regular basis after the new system is adopted. IN OTHER MATTERS brought before the council, Mrs. Ann K. Smith was appointed to a 5-year term on .the board of directors proved lighting at the junction of tf.S, 34 and U,S. 8? at the north edge of Monmouth and at the junctions of North Eleventh Street Road and North Sixth Street Road with the U.S. 34 bypass. Plans call for the U.S. 34 and U.S. 67 junction do have four 20,000 lumen lights and two more lights to be add* ed at each of the other intersections. Councilman Francis Martin reported that he had received a request for the Third Avenue and E Street intersection to be made a 4-way stop. Action on the matter was delayed as the street and police committees are presently making a survey and study concerning all of the stop intersections in the city. tal. >f „ some Memorial Hospi- stop signs where we don't real_____ /_ ; _ ' ^ need others where we 'don't have them, so we want to study the matter before we do anything iclse," Bersted said. Aid.' Glenn Anderson reported that the fire department answered 19 alarms during May and i,i atari 42.790 in fire loss. Dick Gale, executive secre- ia>ry of the Western Illinois Regional Council of Public Officials, appeared before the board to explain the operation of the Council of Public Officials. Aid. Robert McVey'requestec and received approval for im Examine Remains Firemen examine the charred remains of the Astro Lounge, a tavern and restaurant in St. Charles, Mo., after an early morning fire Monday. Firemen and equipment were brought in from several townships to fight the blaze in the one-fltory undetermined. UNIFAX on enn charge it, but credit," he told Sundin. I have no agent Bill id H Youths Picket For Policemen MAYWOOD (UPI) *» knownTow many I Long -haired youths picked up and taken tojjeans have been picketing in blue the Enterprise last the fire was „„„, demand ing an end to police maltreat meat. Maltreatment of police, thai is. They pressure establish formed the to a group City Council to fund for police Admissions Sunday; Harold Atkinson, Louis Wilson Jr., Mrs. Carl Brownlee, Norman McKeown, Mrs. Fred E. Larner, Monmouth; Ben West, Gladstone; Fermin Azanar, Burlington, Iowa; Richard Bolanos, Ft. Madison, Iowa. Dismissals Sunday: None. Ilotury Award MONMOUTH — .James Foster was presented Monday with a plaque bearing the inscription "Faithful Rotarian since 1921" by Dave Turnbull, president of the Monmouth Rotary Club. Foster has served the club as secretary for many years and is a past president. The presentation was made at the regular meeting of the club. Runaway C England NOTTINGHAM, — Two security men (UPI) ; At last report, ; ravaged Liberian ship fisting at a ctegsrous angle «and was in danger of sinking. It "had been evacuated earlier and ;its men placed in lifeboats. The Coast Guard Rescue;establish a pension 'Center in Honolulu said the'policemen. The city's .Saint Constantine had left currently are not entitled Manila mi was heading for pensions. _ Baltimore, Md., via Yokohama, "Help the man in blue, the failed. Tixe cargo was notiwiay he helps you," read one; They caught up with the car chased an armored car carrying thousands of dollars in cash down a Nottingham hill Mon- jday. It was no robbery. Police to'said the guards were unloading 1 the cash when the brakes Merchandise Regular Downtown Goleiburg •J upon- ; known. picket sign. and the

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