Bill Would Keep Debt Ceiling WASHINGTON (UP!) — The «- -* — Mouse has approved and sent to ithe Senate a bill to continue the $465 billion debt ceiling frofn its June 30 expiration to Nov. 30. The 261-152 roll call vote Wednesday had the effect of denying an administration request to raise the debt, ceiling $20 billion and extend that $4(15 billion limit to July 1, 1974. In procedural maneuvering, the House ruled out the offering of an amendment to require Senate confirmation of the director and deputy director of the Office of Management and Budget. President Nixon May 16 vetoed a bill requiring their confirmation. When Democrat Calvin L. Rampton took the oath of office on New Year's Day, 1973, ho became the first governor in Utah's history to begin a third term. ... as seen on TV... LOVE YOUR ^HOME Protect it from everything that doesn't love it (sun, rain, snow) with LATEX HOUSE PAINT it's more than paint it's PROTECTION! BLACK Bros. PAINT DEPARTMENT Main & Seminary Downtown Galesburg Steelworkers Plan Vote On Sunday GALVA — Members of United Steelworkers Union Local 3067 will meet Sunday to vote on a new contract being offered by the Galva Foundry. The present contract expires Sunday at midnight. Several negotiation sessions have been scheduled before the Sunday vote meeting. Union members recently voted to strike the plant If an agreement is not reached. Galesburg Register-Mai 1^Ga ljgsburg > 111, Thursday/ June 14, 197321 GALVA MRS. SUSAN HEPNER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 24 NE Third St. Phone 932-2725 Flagpole Repair May Take Some Daring Miss Kae Stcgall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Stc gall of near Galva is a contestant in the Henry County Pork Queen Contest sponsored by the county pork association. The judging will be held Monday at the Deck Plaza, Geneseo. Salmon Anglers Get Help From Unlimited Organization By VIC WATIA WAUKEGAN, 111. (UPI)-Ken DuLong shook his head in disbelief, then shrugged his shoulders as if to say, "I hope you know what you're getting into." Illinois Outdoors Naturally what he saw was enough to give any coho fisherman nightmares — two anglers armed with ultralight rods and another with a fly fishing outfit. My 5-foot Shakespeare rod looked like a bladie of grass alongside Ken's Lake Michigan trolling gear, and Merritt Brown's 9-fooit Heddon fly rod was anything but standard lake tackle. flt was about then that Lou DuPre, the final member of our fishing party, tucked his ultra light gear out of sight and declared he had changed his mind and wouldn't use it. It's no wonder that Ken, who is president of the nonprofit Salmon Unlimited, was skeptical about our gear. He's seen many 20-pound salmon come from these waters, and knew if we tangled into any, we'd probably be kissing them goodby. But the majority of the fish taken this time of year are young coho in the 3- to 4-pound class and catching them on light tackle is a ball. There was little doubt that Merritt, who prefers to be called Brownie, was a capable man behind the fly rod. The day be fore he had boated a steelhead weighing more ithan 9 pounds on the same tackle. The light tackle I was using /had proven itself capable of handling the younger fish earlier that day when I was fishing with Ken's brother, Dan, and landed a syz^pound coho. Lou, a member of Salmon Unlimited's board of directors, probably backed down because he knew Ken would have his hands full with Brownie and me animals if either of us tied into any fish of decent size. Salmon anglers in the Illinois See 'Salmon'- (Continued on Page 22) your Burnt LIVING FURNITURE STORE Mon. thru Fri. 9 AM - 9 PM Wed. 9 AM to 1 PM Sat. 9 AM - 5 PM Klincks Phone 289-2226 Open: ROCK-A-LOUNGER SUA: Of Knoxville The Friendly Town CONTEMPORARY RECLINER Soft Vinyl Coverings 8995 THE MODERN ROCKER RECLINER 159 95 Berkllne® INNCVORS ' Deluxe 3-Way Action Mechanism for sitting, .rocking, lounging or full reclining, Handsome stylIng..,superIor construction.,* the ultimata in comfort. Choice of vinyl, vinyl-fabric combination or decorator fabric, Miss Stegall will be a sophomore at the University of Illinois. The annual Collison School reunion will be held June 24 in Wiley Park with a potluck at 12:30 p.m. Ray Whitman, a graduate of the Galva High School, Class of 1965, and son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Whitman, Galva, graduated on Saturday from the college of veterinary medicine, University of Illinois. He has taken a job with the Glasgow Animal Clinic, Glasgow, Ky. in the field of large Whitman and his wife Carol moved to their new home this week. He is a member of the student chapter AVMA, Omega Tau Sigma, a professional fraternity, and Phi Zeta, honorary fraternity. BUSHNELL - Repairs to a 60-foot high flagpole at the Bushnell Post Office may have to be done by someone with a little daring. The United States Flag has not been flying over the Post Office for the past six months because of a broken rope, said Don King, the postmaster. King said the rope is stuck in a pulley high above the ground. Someone, he said, must either scale the pole or reach it by other means for repairs. Trucks used by the municipal utility, Central Illinois Public Service Co. and fire department here lack the equipment to reach the rope. Dr. Daniel Mazar spoke on his World War II experiences in Yugoslavia at a dinner meeting of the Bushnell Rotary Club Monday night at the Stable Supper Club. Dr. J. B. Mcloan was the program chairman. Robert and Terry Morrow, new owners of Glash Drug Store, were his guests. Students of Mrs. Christine Ryner will present a piano recital next Sunday at the Bushnell MRS. JAY CLEMENS Correspondent Home Address: 860 W. Hurst St. Phone 772-2240 First United Presbyterian Church. The Old Timers baseball team has challenged members of the men's fast pitch softball league to a baseball game Saturday at 8 p.m. at the VFW Park. Donations will go to the Bushnell Recreation Department. On the Old Timers' roster are Don King, Robert Cortelyou, Robert McElvain, Francis Kerska, Merlin Raymond, Warren Sperry, Lylc Webb, Gene Smith, John Geeves, Tom Wilson, Skeet Myera, Jake Lovell, Don Smith, Kap Spangler and Lyle Walters. The league's all-star lineup will be announced later. Michael Fayhee, son of. Mtv and Mrs. Raymond Fdyhee, Bushnell, has accepted a post' tion with McDeffflotf, ,Wllt and Emery law firm at Chicago. Fayhee was graduated in May from the University of Michigan Law School. He and his wife, the former Janice Martin, Bushnell, and their son Deon, will reside at Evan* ston. Steve Holland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Holland, Bushnell, received his bachelor's degree Saturday at Monmouth College. Ted Collins, son of Judge and Mrs. U. S. Collins, Bushnell, received a bachelor's degree Saturday at Illinois State University, Normal. ADVERTISEMENT Lose Ugly Fat Start losing weight today OR MONEY BACK. MONADEX is a tiny tablet that will help curb your desire for excess food. Eat less— , weigh less. Contains no dangerous drugs and will not make you nerv- >us. No sf your life ous. No strenuous exercise. Change your life . . . start today. MONA DEX costs $3.00 for a 20 day sup- ly and $5.00 for twice the amount dse ugly fat or your money will • " 'th. ,no_ questions be refunded v/i' asked by: North Side D*u«, 11 N. Seminary. 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