Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 15, 1973 · Page 13
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 13

Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, June 15, 1973
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[ 'Arab'Visitors Are at Home In Woodhull WOODHULL - Fourteen- month-old Atwteke Barlow has just traveled 12,000 miles from her homo at Juddah, Saudi Arabia, With a passport photo showing her at the age of 17 hours. Anneke, the daughter oE Mr. and Mrs. Lcland Barlow, needed a passport at that tender ago because she was born in a Lebanese hospital and needed a passport to return home when she and her mother IcCt the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Barlow have lived in Saudi Arabia for the past five years where he is an instructor, mechanic and assistant foreman for Lockheed Aircraft International. They wero married in Woodhull in 1970 and have returned to the community one other time since their wedding here. They met at a party in Saudi Arabia and dated there for several months before returning to his hometown for the wedding. MRS. BARLOW'S family comes from Holland, but she attended high school in California. Her father is employed by TWA. The Barlows reside in a 3- bedroom air-conditioned villa in a compound on the coast of the Red Sea. Air conditioning is more of a necessity than a Qotesburfl Raster -Moil, Golesbufp P 111. Theta Rho To Hold Reception for Prexy BUSMNELL - Meftitofs of LeVetd Grimm, eoffe© ritop: Emma Dimmltt and Mrs. fiet- SL WIAI^J^J?^ MM. AIVA ftunkte, glft-rtop, jy pimmttt, coffee shop and C*^^ y t,W & and Mrs. Para Lewi*, lnforl Friday afternoon - Mrs. ffi ? ( ISfffiL; w^tlon desk; ever** ~ Mrs. Georgia Crowl, coffee shop; ^J ^LSSS 'Jtfiffii' U ^ <**> ^ Mrs. Dorb Scholes, gjffc shop; the am pmldm. Tte^gmp Mr*. Edna Cooper, gift shop, " ~ MM , Clarene Sevetfts, Friday; Junt IS* 19?3 13 R M' >ii >u '>i (Mi .'winw'niimH< Mi*, and Mrs. Lcland Barlow and daughter ... from Saudi Arabia luxury, with summer temperatures soaring above 100 degrees and humidity of 80 per cent. During the whiter, the temperature will range from 70-80 degrees during the day and drop to about 50 degrees during the night. Barlow pays no tax on the' salary he makes, but he said the recent devaluation of the dollar had a definite effect on the rate of currency exchange. The Barlows say they enjoy life they lead, although Barlpw says he "loves Europe" although standards are not up to those of the United States. While in Woodhull, they are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.. George Barlow, and his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Francis Jr. Barlow is an AiWood High School graduate. met at the VtfW Park. A bake sale was scheduled for Satur* day, In front of Zook's on East Main Street. Miss Linda Reese and Gary Campbell, students at Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, Okla., gave a program to members of the Christian Links Sunday School Class Tuesday at the United Methodist Church. Both are from Bushnell. Miss Reese showed slides of the campus and Campbell spoke about life there. Also on the program was Mark Filbert, who sang "Reach Out to God," accompanied at the piano by Campbell. Mrs. Isabel Walter, the president, conducted the business meeting. THE COMMITTEE in charge included Mrs. Doris Runyon, Mrs. Mamie Kessler, Mrs. Hazel Grate arid Miss Doris Botkin. Schedule for Bushnell Eranch 3, McDonough District Hospital Auxiliary for next week is: Sunday afternoon — Mrs. and information desk; Monday morning — Mrs. Ruth Curtis and Mrs. Berrdce Wagner, coffee shop; Wednesday morning — Mrs. Grace Faynee and Mrs. Kathryn Wrestler, coffee shop; Thursday morning — Mrs. Joanne Lovejoy, and Mrs. Margo •Speer, coffee shop; Friday morning — Mrs. Okayed for Use In Tratisporatioii WASHINGTON (UPI) - The House Appropriations Committee today approved a $7.8 billion money bill to Cund the Department of Transportation and related agencies for the 1974 fiscal year that starts July The measure includes $2.7 billion In new appropriations and $5 billion of additional funding to pay off earlier contracted obigations. The total is $140 million less than requested by the administration but the cuts were spread over a of line items in the Mrs. Fern Lanta, information desk, and Mrs. Vera Burke, paper and errands. Mr. and Mrs. Murrell Hollis, Bushnell, are parents of a daughter, Rebecca Lynn, born Wednesday afternoon at McDonough District Hospital, Macomb. List Services First Baptist - Virgil Kelly, interim pastor. Church school BUSHNELL MRS. JAY CLEMENS ~ CORRESPONDENT Home Address: S60 W. Hurst St. Phone 772-2240 a* 9:15. Worship at 10:30. Guest speaker. Sunday school picnic at the VFW Park at 1 p.m. Christian ~ Tom Balrd, minister. Bible school at 9:45. Worship at 10:45. Youth meeting and adult Bible study at 6:30. Worship at 7:30. Missionary offering Sunday. United Methodist - Allen Marrett, pastor. Church school at 9:20. Vacation Bible school program at 10:30. First United Presbyterian ~ Ralph W. Adamson, pastor. Worship at 9:30. Connally Reported Frustrated With Job score Probe Asked After Fireworks Bang XiudedTKm is McHENRY, 111. (UPI) — Mc- and Melrose was allowed to lo- billion to continue construction Henry County Sheriff Art Ty- cate in Huntley. _ of the Interstate highway rell asked the county board A series of explosions totally system, as well as aid for destroyed the Worldwide plant urban and rumal highway and caused heavy programs. The committee noted that about 34,500 miles, or 8' Announcement BELT0KE HEARING AID SERVICE, INC. is happy to announce the opening of their new office at 314 Bondi Bldg. — Galesburg, III. Hours 9:00 AM to 5 :00 PM Monday thru Friday FREE ELECTRONIC HEARING TEST IN YOUR HOME OR OUR OFFICE BELT0NE Hearing Aid Service 314 Bondi Bldg.,-Galesburg, Illinois Phone: 342-5166 Wm. Rover, owner Carl P. Williams, Gen. Mgr. the they will probably return to , , . , uesiruvei the United States when their Thursday to conduct a special Saturc f daughter reaches school age. investigation of zoning practices in the wake of explosions which | leveled " the Worldwide Fireworks plant and damaged neighboring homes in the residential area. Tyrell said he has shut down another fireworks plant in a residential neighborhood, Melrose Fireworks Display Co. in Huntley, because its personnel Galva MRS. SUSAN HEPNER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 24 NE Third Ave. Phone 932-2725 Huntley, Decause its personnel ~ _ m were, testing fireworks without \j £lxVcl JL OllCC McHenry County zoning ordinances do not permit construction of fireworks plants in resi- R-ilffj r T 1 *icl"li'i €V dential neighborhoods and Ty- MJMJMy XCBUXl^ re!|l said he wants the county ~ ~ " board to determine how Worldwide was allowed to locate near ihomes northwest of McHenry per cent, of the planned 42,500- mi-le Interstate system had been completed as of March 31 1973. The measure also provid funds for 686 additional air traffic controllers for the Federal Aviation Administration, meeting the agency's request in full. The committee also proposed $2.1 million for the Transporta tion Department for a study o T¥7"11 Ji * ^ow *° irop^v* • mileage in W ill i^OflQllCt automobiles, giving the depax ment three years to come up with a system that it said . , would "achieve a 30 per cen GALVA — The Galva Police reduction of fuel consumption' Department will conduct the while still not "sacrificing annual city bicycle inspection emission controls or perfor- June 27 from 9 -11 a.m. at the mance."" WASHINGTON (UPI) - John . Connally, despite White House dentate, is reportedly .frustrated and disappointed with hia new role of part-time adviser and will soon sever relations with President Nixon. Connally, a Democrat when Nixon named him treasury secretary two years ago, rejoined the administration this spring after turning Republican, but his friends and political associates were saying Thursday that the former Texas governor and protege of the late President Lyndon B. Johnson has found his position with Nixon less than he expected. The White House disputed the reports, saying that Connally and Nixon enjoy a close relationship and that Connally "never considered this to be a fulMiimc, long-term job." Connally was said to feci that he has not "played a popular Picasso Drawing Taken by Waiter AUSTIN, Tex. (UPI) - An unemployed waiter walking down a street carrying a 66- year-old charcoal drawing by Pablo Picasso under his arm was arrested Thursday and charged with stealing the $20,000 drawing from a University of Texas gallery. The drawing was ripped from its frame last Friday. Officers said it appeared the drawing "Torso of a Man" had been folded but not otherwise damaged. role" with Nixon and that he has had to talk to the President "like^a w Dutx?h ~uTicTeT*l , l1s friends said he has described the situation at the White House as a "screwed-up mess" as a result of Watergate and ao Inflationary economy.. "I've done all I can at the moment," Connally was quoted as saying. Snake Shocked LANCASTER, Pa. (UPI) - A foot-long black snake slithered into a Pennsylvania Power and Light Co. generating station Thursday and became wedged between two switches causing a short circuit which cut off power to 2,000 customers. The snake was electrocuted a spokesman said. rear of the city administration building. All bicycles must have reflectors, brakes, brake pedals, and, if to be used at night, headlights. Bicycles passing inspection will be issued a license. A children's pet parade will be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. Winners in the cats, dogs and a miscellaneous category — turtles, birds, hampsters — will receive cash awards. No horses or ponies will be allowed in the parade. Entries will be judged on grooming and performance. Lee McNaught, 9, son of Mr. and Mrs. Riley McNaught of Galva, is a patient at St. Louis Children's Hospital. Receiving treatment for rheumatoid arthritis, Lee is in room 301-B. The Altar and Rosary Society of St. John's Catholic Church will sponsor a parish picnic June 24 at Washington Park. The Lutheran Church ice cream social will bo Saturday night on the church lawn, while the annual First United Methodist Church ice cream social will be held in conjunction with sidewalk day Tuesday. Serving will be 5-9 p.m. at the church. Ice Cream Social WOODHULL - Bethany Lutheran Church Luther League members will 1 sponsor an ice cream social at the church Sunday from 5-8 p.m. HEAD THE WANT ADS! kL) DEStHow will tha availability of ravanua sharing fund* affect the borrowing requirements of your Jurisdiction? (Mf TAXES In which of tha following manners i» It axpacted that the availability of Revenue Sharing Funds will affect the tax levels of year JoriadfctJon? Check a* roan*** apply. • WILURSOOCEAMOUajTOPRWrE tMCREAS€OFA>MAJORTAX [1 1 VrtU ENABLE REDUCING I J | RATE OF A MAJOR TAX For The Most in Complete Insurance Protection SEE YOUR INDEPENDENT AGENT TODAY INSURANCE 407 HILL ARCADE Galesburg Ph. 342-3414 THtspomtotrroBe fterunHBDio DEPARTMENTS THE TREASURY OFFICE OF REVENUE SHARING 1900 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. N.W. WASHINGTON, D.C. 20226 (K)i—| EXECUTIVE PROPOSAL Cbeckthie block if this plan is based on I—I an executive proposal AVOID DEBT INCREASE LESSEN DEBT INCREASE NO EFFECT TOO SOON TO PREDICT EFFECT • WILL PREVENT INCREASEM RATE OFA MAJOR TAX WILL PREVENT ENACTING ANEW MAJOR TAX [ | NOEFfCCf OnVtRXLEVELS [ | TOO SOON TO PHEPKrr Ef PKT THE GOVERNMENT OF GALESBURG CITY PLANS TO EXPEND ITS REVENUE SHARING ALLOCATION FOR THE ENTITLEMENT PERIOD BEGINNING JAN. 1, 1973 and ending JUNE 30, 1973 IN THE FOLLOWING WmxSI0B *5 *D4iKMJM ESTIMATED TOTAL OF $307,072 ACCOUNT** 14 2 048 004 GALESBURG CITY DIRECTOR OF FINANCE P. O. BOX 1387 GALESBURG, ILLINOIS 61401 OPERATING/MAINTENANCE EXPENOITURES CAPITAL EXPENDITURES SOCIAL SERVICES FOB POOR FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION . TOTAL PUA.NNEO OPERATING/MAIN, TENANCE IXMN- PERCENT PLANNED FOR; 7 have i advised a local newspaper arid the news media of the contents of this report Furthermore I have records documenting the contents pf this report and. they are open for public and news media scrutiny. ^ SIGNATURE OF CHI Ef EXECUTIVE OPRCEB DR. ROBERT P. CABEEN, Mayor NAME 6 TITLE - W.EASE W June 15, 1973 DATEPUSUSHcO Galesburg R GL, : -Mdil [*A||»OFNEW»rAttit

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