Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 15, 1973 · Page 14
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 14

Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, June 15, 1973
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Correspondent Mrs. Lorraine Stauth For News -112 S. 10th St. JPhone 734-4721 14 Safesburg : Reaister^ajf,,GQJjsbuf9i, 11,1. DARChapters Celebrate Flag Day at Meeting MGtMOlfM — Flag Day was celebrated Ifttireday by ithe two Montttoutli chapiters of the Daughters of the American Revolution at a break* fast at Meling's Restaurant. Mrs. Theodore Clarke, regent of the Puritan and Cavalier Chapter, presided. Guests were members of • the Daniel McNeil CAR Society. Mrs. Clarke introduced Mrs. Boyd Wilkin, new regent of the Mildred Warner Washington Chapter and Mrs. Fred Taylor, program chairman of the Puritan and Cavalier Chapter. Martin Litvin, Galesburg, was the featured speaker and his topic was "Historic Galesburg." litvin, a speaker and writer, is the author of "Voices of the Prairie Lands," published in 1972 and "The Black Angel" published in 1973. Friday June 15,1973 MONMOUTH For Missed Copies Before 6 P. M, Phone 734-4)21 Area Students Gym Program Earn Honors For Boys$ Girls For Third Term At County YMCA Red Cross Visit MONMOUTH - The Red Cross bloodtnobile will make its last visit for this fiscal year in Warren County Wednesday. It is scheduled to be the First United Methodist Church from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. A total of 125 pints is needed from this visit to make the goal for the 1972-1973 year. Appointments may be made by calling the Red Cross office. MONMOUTH - More than 150 students were named for scholastic honors at Monmouth College on the Honor Roll and Dean's List announced by Dean Ron Van Ryswyk. The Honor Roll lists students who have achieved a grade point of 3.5 or better out of the 4.0 grading system. Those students achieving 3.667 average or better receive the added distinction of being placed on the Dean's List and receive a certificate for their achievement. Those named to the Dean's List from the Monmouth area are: Linda Johnson, Kevin Kacer, Carl Shaub, Rod Davies, Mrs. Verna Davies, Mrs. Laura Smith, Mrs. Judy McCrery, Eugene O'Connor and Frank Pekera, all from Mon- month; Cynthia Hart of Stronghurst, Sandy Wilson and Deborah IsherwOod of Galesburg, Ronald Phillips of Little York, William Taylor of Aledo, Mary Ann Armstrong of Cameron, Barbara Anderson of Oneida, and Debbie Allison of Woodhull. MONMOUTH — A gymnastic program for boys and girls nine years of age and older Will be conducted at the Warren County YMCA from June 23 to Aug. 18. There will be classes for beginners and an advanced class. The beginners class will meet on Monday and Tuesday from 10-11 a.m. The advanced class will be on Monday and Tuesday from 5-6:30 p.m. Saturdays are open for both classes from 3-4 p.m. On Saturdays those in the beginning class can be tested for acceptance in the advanced class. Instructors for the classes are Randy Harmon, Miss Patti Ross, Miss Mary Ross and Miss Debbie Hastens. The program consists of all gymnastics events or apparatus: parallel bar, tumbling, trampoline, rings, balance beam, and floor exercise. Participants may train in any or all of the events. Registration for the gymnastics classes is now under way at the YMCA. Mayor Daley Unveils Plan Mayor Richard J. Daley unveiled a sweeping $5-billion proposal Thursday to revitalize downtown Chicago. Enhancement of the lake front would include expansion of park areas and beaches, and convert Meigs Field into a public recreation area. Plans also call for reactivation of the Navy Pier as a major tourist attraction. UNIFAX Chicago 21 h Plan To ) Develop City CHICAGO (UPI) - Mayor Rfehard J. Daley was presented Thursday with a 15-year $5 billion development plan that called for vast new family-size housing for 60,000 persons by 1985 and 120,000 persons ultimately in railyards south of the Loop. The Chicago Central Area ' Committee, a private group, .presented the .plans to Daley after a two-year study. Daley, emphasizing that the City Council had to approve the plans, hailed them as "one of the great plans in the history of a great city." The plan, called Chicago 21, calls for Meigs Field to be converted into a park; for housing to be built on vacant railroad land south of the Loop; for Loop traffic to be restricted, allowing for more pedestrian walkways, and development of many parks along the Chicago River. The plan covers an li-square- mile area bounded by North Avenue, Ashland Avenue, the Stevenson Expressway and the lakefront. Leonardo Again Leonardo da Vinci probably invented the first mechanical air conditioner, a 12-foot waterwheel that scooped river.icooled air into a conduit that eased the heat in the pailace of the Duke of Milan.. Report: No Evidence of Fraud SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - The Illinois Board of Governors of State Colleges and Universities said Thursday a report prepared by a Chicago accounting firm showed no direct evidence of fraud by university personnel or vendors during the move of Chicago State University to its present campus. The report did, however, recommend further study to determine, whether there was evidence of collusion between vendors and employes. The report, prepared by the firm of Peat, Marwick, Mitchell and Co., recommended that "an individual outside the university, possibly the attorney general, review the records of selected vendors to determine whether there is any evidence of collusion with university em­ ployes." The board had asked the accounting firm to make a review of expenditures in the physical plant accounts at Chicago State between July 1, 1972, and March 31, 1973. Most of the expenditures were related to the physical moving of Chicago State to its new campus at Martin Luther King Drive and 95th Street. Administrative members of the board of governors had received information indicating possible irregularities in the moving expenditures and an apparent over-expenditure of the 1973 budget ending June 30. Also Thursday the board awarded construction contracts of approximately $3.2 million for a commuter center-addition at Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago, contingent upon the sale of revenue bonds in July. The apparent low bidder for general construction was Alden Bennet Construction Co. of Chicago. Board member Charles A. Davis of Chicago resigned at the close of the meeting rather than dispose of his economic interests in the Independence and Seaway banks of Chicago. Davis, who had been a board member more than six years, said an attorney general's opinion had shown there would be a conflict of interest if he were to continue to serve on the board. CLIP&SAVE 2°° Off Any Shoes $1Q99 or Up With This Coupon Good Friday & Saturday, June 15 & 16 SHANE 'SHOWERS^'" 153 E. MAIN ST. Across From Walgreen's — FREE Layaway BANK AMERICARD - MASTER CHARGE VALUABLE COUPON Roseville Church Will Run Food Stand at County Fair ROSEVILLE - The Roseville Christian Church will be in charge of the food concession stand at the Warren County Fair in Roseville Aug. 6 -8. The Christian Church and the United Methodist Church alternate responsibility for food and staff each year at the fair. A new building is currently under construction on the park grounds and will house the facilities for a dining area. At other times of the year, the building will be available to the public for use. Free movies for children, were shown at the Roseville library today and will be shown at 3 p.m. on alternate Fridays throughout the summer. All children of the community, are invited to attend, Mrs. Kate Efaw, librarian, said today. For answer to roll call, each member of the Colfax Community Club present at the June 20 meeting, will describe her wedding dress. A book review will be given Roseville MRS. IRA LAND Correspondent Roseville P. O. Box 145 Phone 426-2642 by Mrs. Alberta Bacon. Devotions will be by Mrs. Warner Ford, and Mrs. Ed Logan will be in charge of recreation. Hostesses are Mrs. Raymond Milliron and Mrs. Glenn Hall. Mrs. Walter Beard will host the meeting of the Mutual Eenefit Club June 21 at 2 p.m. at the Roseville Christian Church. The Win-One Class of the Christian Church will have a hamburger fry at the park June 22. Co-hosts are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ruble and Mr. and Mrs. James Willis. Devotions will be by Mr. and Mrs. Herman Steele. Debra Miller and her mother, Mrs. Melvin Miller, enter­ tained at a brunch at the family home June 7 for friends who had hosted pre-nuptial showers in honor of Miss Miller. Guests invited included Jonna Kirkpatrick, Paula Diers, Mrs. Rhonda (Marston) Brown, Cindy Meacham and Mary Carlson. Others attending were Mrs. John Doole, Mrs. Clark Griswold, Mrs. Donald Meacham, Mrs. Les',ie Marston, Mrs. Carl Carlson, Mrs. Kenneth Diers and Mrs. Charles Kirkpatrick. The marriage of Miss Miller and Donald Flatley has been set for June 23, at 5 p.m., at the Roseville United Methodist Church. Due to the time element, gifts cannot be opened at the reception, and all friends are being invited to the Miller home to view them, June 25 and 26, from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Johnson Sec 'Roseville'(Continued on page 23) Not Everyone Shops at Schubach's But For Father's Day Everyone Really Should, Hospital INotes Admissions Wednesday: Mrs. Olive Thomas, Oquaiw- ka; Steven Sinnot, Kirksville, Mo.; Mrs. Raymond Hays, Ralph E. McMahon, Baby Regina L. Peterson, Miss Patricia L. Appleby, Monmouth; William Sullivan, Stronghurst. Dismissals Wednesday: Ben West, Gladstone; Mrs. Everett Baldwin, Jeffrey Heatherly, Mrs. Daniel Merry, Mrs. Timothy Mooney, Mrs. Robert Bennett and baby, Mrs. Carl Young, Mrs. Dennis Wallace, Mrs. Margaret Beckman, Mrs. Estelline V. Gunn, Earl Leroy Ross, Monmouth; Mrs. Raymond Saville, Roseville; Bruce Albert, Kirkwood. KEUOGG & MAIN STREETS, GALESBURG SHOP MONDAY & FRIDAY TIL 9 DeWayne Swanson I am happy to announce that I am now Associated with FESLER OLDSMOBILE, Inc., 120 N. Chambers, Galesburg, Illinois. I wish to invite all my good customers in for the best in Service. Please see me for a new Oldsmobile or a previously owned car of any make. FESLER Olds, Inc. Ph. 342-4148 Life Holds A Little More Because Of Electricity ... It's Too Good To Waste! Repair your leaky hot water faucets. One drop every second adds up to nearly 200 gallons each month. That's a lot of hot water down the drain. Another way to save money and electricity is to use a vacuum cleaner to clean the coils behind and under your refrigerator. When coils become clogged with dust, the compressor motor must work harder and longer. The Electric Cooperatives of Illinois are interested in guarding vital resources.. .and in saving you money. Savings begin with attention to little things. Saving energy saves you money. Little things do count. Additional money-saving hints are available from the Illinois Electric Cooperatives, Remember.. .electricity is too precious to waste. ELECTRIC COOPERATIVES OF ILLINOIS GOOD FOR ALL ILLINOIS

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