Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 8, 1973 · Page 5
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W I" 'V Bushnell Students Get Honor Day Awards Galesburg Registe^Maij, Galesbura, III. , VMMrMm 1??3 3 BUSHNEUi — A number of students received recognition during an honors day program conducted recently at Bush- noll-Pralrio City High School. Award9 went to Marijo Francis, Business and Pr6fes- slonal Women's Club scholar* ship; Ralph Adamson, Swarta- baugh leadership; Kathy Dc- Witt, school spirit; Ann Adamson and Janet Serven, music; Jeff Bentzlnger, Sue Hayncs, Steve Hess and Nancy Weiss, music directors; Jeff Speer, David Nicholas, Greg Garrison, Tom Elam, Tom Shockley, Leonard Bryan and Bart Arthur, most valuable, golf lottermcn; Denis Buchen, Tim Cramer, Bill Miller, Steve Olson, Robert O'Connor, David Weiss, Steve Paul, Jeff Bent­ zlnger, Dan McGrew, Clyde Fox, Rod McGrcw, David Geer and John Banks, track lettermcn. Others were Loretta O'Connor, mathematics; Ann Adamson, Shannon Cox, Amy Dietz, Anga Ferguson, Marijo Francis, Rhonda Francis, Linda Haymaker, Linda Hlckenbot-, itom, Tom Spangter, Bambl Swcney and Betty Hinchee Vancil, National Honor Soci­ ety; Steve Hess, agriculture and Patricia. Clayton, delegate, and Connie Walters and Sabrina Sperry, alternates, American Legion Auxiliary Girls State. A total of 116 persons was tested at the Glaucoma testing site Wednesday afternoon. Four persons were urged to seek medical attention. The program was sponsored by the Bushnell Lions Club. Glenn Steelman, Herbert St. Clair and Rev. Ralph Adamson were in charge of arrangements, Mrs. Robert VerSteeg BUSHNELL MRS. JAY CLEMENS CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 660 W. Hur8t St. Phone 772-2240 was the volunteer registered nurse. Other volunteers who helped with registration were Mrs. James Walton, Mrs, Robert Cortelyou, Mrs. Sherold Brown, Mrs. Fred Brown Jr., Mrs. George Acklam and Mrs. Richard Stinson. The Bushnell Little League baseball program Is now under way at the VFW Park. Bushnell VFW Post 1422 officers will be Installed Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at the VFW Hall. Arthur Muller, Chicago, past department state commander, will be the speaker. The service will be open to the public. Bill Would Shed Light on Grain Exports WASHINGTON (UP I) Grain exporters Whose secretive tactics left the public In the dark during critical periods of last year's Russian wheat deal wouM have to report their dealings promptly in the future under legislation approved by the Sewaitc. Sponsored by Sen. Henry M. Jackson, D-Wash., whose permanent investigations subcommittee currently is conducting a The last great Indian buffalo hunt on the Southwest Plains was held in 1878. Galva Park District Offering Swim Lessons for Children GALVA — Swimming lessons are being offered to the community by the Galva Park District Toddlier classes, wall begin June 17. They will meet for half an hour on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Children as young as one year are encouraged to lieainn to siwiim by Mrs. Laurai Apfdl Orwig, instructor. The class will include children to age seven. The age 7-14 class will begin June 19. It will meet on Tuesday and Thursday. The course will include life guard lessons taught by Ann VanDe- Velde and Dottie Conwy. The lesson will run for three weeks at a cost of $5. If enough interest is shown an adult swimming class will be formed and will meet ait might after the close of the pool at 9 p.m. Senior life sawing will be offered if at least six apply for the course. Bill Ausich will be instructor with classes set to begin July 2. A morning supervised activity program wiiiH begin June 18 and meet Monday and Wednesday from 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. The activities will be open to both boys and girls •and will include softbaM, horseshoes, tennis, volleyball and possibly basketball. GALVA MRS. SUSAN HEPNUR CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 24 NE Third St. Phone 932-2725 LEAHY ELECTRICAL SERVICE COMMERCIAL — RESIDENTIAL — INDUSTRIAL Sign up is being conducted now until June 16 for a girls' softball team. The annual tennis tournament is being planned and any one interested may sign up before June 16 at the pool office. The double^&imination . tournament will include classifications for men, boys, women and girls. Gary VanHorn and Danny Hicks, representatives of Life Bible College, Los Angeles, Calif., will conduct the evening services ait Foursquare Church Sunday at 7 p.m. Special music will accompany their program. Fred Floming, Galva, underwent major surgery Tuesday at Veterans Memorial Hospital, Iowa,City. He is a' paiteit on the sixth floor, east. ' The Galva High School class of 1963 will hold its 10-year class reunion June 16 at Waunee Farm Restaurant. Social hour will be (from 6:307:30 with dinner to follow. The Galva Galavanters CB Club will meet Monday at the Galva Grange Hall. Fuel Shortage Jeopardizes Bounty Texas Wheat Crop thorough Investigation of the wheat deal, the tough new mandatory program would require reports to the Agriculture Department within 72 hours of any grain or soybean export sale. The Agriculture Department would be required to make the information public "promptly." Jackson's amendment was inserted by voice vote and without argument Thursday into the Senate's omnibus farm bill. The measure, which sets up a now "target price" income protection plan for major crops, was scheduled to reach a final vote this afternoon. Unlike a looser, voluntary export reporting program, which the Agriculture Depairt- ment will launch lit eifrly July, the Jackson amendment pre-* vides penalties of one year In il, a $26,000 fine, or both fof "exporters failing to ifile reports. AMERICA J Visit our Cosmetic Depart* ] i mentforfamousbeautyalds, j CLARK DRUG 1440 N. Henderson 342-4169 BURKBURNETT, Tex. (UPI) — This year's wheat crop has the potential of being the third best in Texas history—a crop that could revive the sagging economy in the wheat belt. But because of the nation's fuel crisis, that wheat may whither in the fields. "This is our peak period," Wanda Young, the manager of the area's biggest grain elevator, said Thursday. "We have great looking crops. All we got to do is get them in. If we have a fuel shortage this grain is left in the fields—period. "Consequently it affects ev- eryfoody -Heverybody that buys I a loaf of bread, a box of cereal Women, Drugs Alleged in DJ Payoffs PHONE 343-2050 Emergency Service Jim Leahy, Owner Four men testified Thursday 1 before a federal grand jury that some record companies provided women and drugs to disc jockeys to play their records, and used mobsters to deal with recording stars. "We believe that almost every major record company in Limit one 99c Special per family—Limit one 8x10 per person. Additional individual persons 4.95 each — Groups 99c each person—Adults & Children SITTINGS START JUNE 14 Hours: Daily 10 AM to 1 PM & 2 PM to 8 PM Sunday 10 AM — 6 PM the country is involved,'.' a federal official has said. Sources said the four men who appeared before the grand jury Thursday were questioned about record companies that reportedly channeled funds into phony firms, which in turn supplied fraudulent invoices so payments used in the "play for pay" scheme would look legitimate. The sources said that the grand jury is looking into information found by the Organized Crime Strike Force. That information includes charges that disc jockeys have been supplied with narcotics, money and women to play new records so as to push them to the top of the charts. In addition, the grand jury reportedly is looking into Long Lake? When a Minnesotan says he is going to Long Lake for the weekend, try and find him. There are 156 different "Long Lakes" in the state, and some of them aren't even long. Minnesota also has 122 Rice Lakes, 83 Bass Lakes, 72 Twin Lakes, 70 Round Lakes and 91 whose names are Mud. charges, that some record companies used mobsters as "muscle" to keep recording stars in line. ~' The inquiry grew out of wiretap information received by federal agents investigating Pasquale (Patsy) Falconio, whom federal officials describe as being connected with associates of the old Vito Genovese crime family. Clive Davis, fired last week from his post as head of Columbia Broadcasting System records, was questioned by federal investigators while the grand jury was at lunch. CBS fired David Wynshaw, director of artist relations, April 10. Later that month Anthony Rubino, director of marketing for its records division, was dismissed. A civil suit said the three misused thousands of dollars in Columbia funds. Most of the money was said to have gone to redecorate Davis' New York apartment. Wynshaw reportedly told investigators that promotion representatives had paid as much as $250,000 to various' radio stations with music programs aimed at black audiences to encourage them to play records produced by Columbia. or hamburger meat. Wait 'til it hits the supermarket." The crop is predicted to reach 83.2 million bushels and its predicted value is $208 million. The largest crop in the state's history was the 116 million bushel crop of 1947 and the second largest was 84 million bushels in 1961. The last two years yielded very poor harvests and Bill Nelson, executive director of the Texas Wheat Producers Association, said if this year's crop can be harvested it would be an economic boost for the area. He said much of the money generated by the crop would go into home repairs, new cars, pickup trucks and major appliances. But because of a shortage of fuel oil to power combines that harvest the wheat and diesel oil for the trucks that take the wheat to market, this economic shot in the arm may never be realized. Already, the company that supplies 85 per cent of the fuel sales to farmers and combiners in the area, has closed because of lack of fuel. "We're closing the doors and going home," said Mrs. Harlan Mullins of Mullins Butane Co. "It don't seem like anybody cares. We don't have any (fuel). This is it. Nobody cares, nobody will believe me." 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. ITlNSURANCB Rudy Aten With The Bank - "That Leads the Way. II Monthly Income Checks Invest As Little As $5,000 and Receive an Extra Check in the Amount of $20.83--or More! 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