Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 16, 1973 · Page 5
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, June 16, 1973
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Woman Keeps Man Prisoner WOODLAND, Calif. (UP!) Pamela Ditttwnn Young, 42, has- begun four ycara' probation for keeping a blind, <&ycar-old man prisoner while collecting his wolfare ami Sooiial Security benefits. Mrs. Young received the probation after pleading guilty to reduced changes of false imprisonment and welfare fraud. She was arrested last June on a complaint by the daughter of the victim, Miron M. Brown. Authorities said Mrs. Young was Brown's housekeeper during his imprisonment in hiS Brodcrick home. He died Feb. 9 in Woodland. In The Armed Forces Galesbura Register-Mail, Galesbura, III. Saturday, June 16, 1973 5 Army Pvt. Paul Garza, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Garza, 263 Fulton St., recently completed 11 weeks of Hawk missile crewman training with Battery B, 1st Battalion of the 7th Air Defense Artillery, Ft. Bliss, Tex. His wife, Pamela, lives at El Paso, Tex. John H. Leflcr, 788 W. South St., is one of 66 candidates in the Illinois National Guard Officer Candidate School at Camp Lincoln, Springfield. The summer camp marks the beginning of one year of training. Those candidates who successfully complete the training will be commissioned second lieuten THE PRAIRIE PLAYERS ANNOUNCE DINNER THEATER At The SHERATON INN THE LAST TWO WEEKS OF JULY Auditions For These Shows Will Be Held At The PRAIRIE PLAYERS THEATER BLDG. 656 E. Losey St. Sun., June 17 at 7:30 P.M. ALL ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND r is KIDDIE DAY at Wo's ALL klDS EAT FOR ONLY When Ordering From Kiddie Menu and Accompanied By An Adult SUNDAYS ONLY Don't Forget to Register for Angelo's Birthday Club. <0 ANGELO'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT 1 1824 N. Henderson St Ph. 343-0213 11 AM - 1 AM j *t* *L> »1# rl* ^* V V V V Tr *V ^» * ^ *F V *** i* himi cine % -X-X- •X- POOLSIDE DINING •X- *X•X- •x* •x•x- -x*x- »x•x- •X•X- -x« COCKTAILS •x____ *x« »x* Relax poolside at one of our umbrella shaded tables „ and let Mike prepare your favorite steak or sandwich over the glow of real charcoal. Order your favorite beverage from our cocktail hostess r ^ HOURS: Daily 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. -X* and 5:00 — 8:30 p.m. RESTAURANT R^WE 150 NORTH — GAIESBURG, ILLINOIS •X-X- 'X-X- ants and assigned to units in Illinois. m T. Sgt. Dean U. Mclntyrc, son of Mrs. Russell H. Mclntyrc, Roscvillc, has received his second award of the Air Force Commendation Medal at Ft. George G. Meade, Md. An administrative supervisor, he was cited for meritorious service at Wheeler AFB, Hawaii, authorities said. His wife, Virginia, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Martin, Ely, Nov. •* Maj. Houston E. Ward, assistant professor of military science at Knox College, was recently awarded the Army Commendation Medal. The presentation was made by Dr. Lewis S. Salter, the school's dean and executive vice president. Ward has been assigned to Washington, D. C, after being a member of the Knox military science department for three years. Five Knox College seniors were promoted recently to second lieutenants in the Army Reserve at the school's annual ROTC commissioning. They are Lawrence W. Frakes, Park Ridge, field artillery; Charles ML Kernats, Oak Lawn, Quartermaster Corps; Tommy P. Kote, New Hampton, Iowa, armor; Richard C. McDugald, Clarksville, Tenn., Signal Corps, and William Stccn, Brussels Belgium, field artillery. Airman l.C George M. Fritch, son of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Fritch, Toulon Route 2, has arrived for duty at Alconbury RAF Station, England. He is art electronics warfare repairman. Airman l.C. Thomas Wiest, son of Dr. and Mrs. Harold J. Wiest, 883 N. CraiEford St., Bush- rteil, was graduated recently ait Sheppard AFB,-Tex., from tine missile electronic equipment specialist course conducted by the Air Training Command. He is being assigned to MeConndl AFB, Kan., for duty with a unit of the Strategic Air Command. His wife, J:ana, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred K. Smith, 141 W. Harris Ave., Bushnell. Airman Davey L. Lefler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adrian L. Lefler, Little York, has been assigned to Sheppard AFB, Tex., after completing basic training at the Air Training Command's Lackland AFB, Tex. Lefler has been assigned to the Technical Training Center at Sheppard for training in aircraft maintenance. KN0T1Y PINE TAP Watago, 1H. CLOSED Sun., June 17 For Remodeling Your Horoscope By FRANCES DRAKE Ixwk in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR MONDAY, JUNE 18, 1973 March 21 to April 20 (Aries)— Be objective and watch for opportune moments to advance your Interests. Combine your best ideas with those of others — for the benefit of all. April 21 to May 21 (Taurus)— Your goal now should be to cap- lure the attention of those in a position to help further your aims, so polish up your wares — and your personality. May 22 to June 21 (Gemini)— Indicated now: Fine oportuni- ticc for advancing your status, new means toward the attainment of worthwhile goals. Stress foresightcdness and prudence, however. June 22 to July 23 (Cancer)— Fine lunar aspects. Be on the lookout for good leads, projects with substantial background. Finances especially favored. July 24 to Aug. 23 (Leo) — Aspects stimulate your knack for handling matters that involve many persons. Especially favored: salesmanship, organizational affairs, government work. Aug. 24 to Sept. 23 (Virgo)— Good influences. Occupational interests, domestic concerns, educational pursuits especially favored. Some changes in the making are for the best. Sept. 24 to Oct. 23 (Libra)— Now you have the opportunity to spread your wings a bit, to in vestigate new areas for ad vancement. But do not drop well-planned activities merely for the sake of change. Oct. 24 to Nov. 22 (Scorpio)— A top-flight day for all activities. Let your inspiration and intuition guide you in preparing for busy days ahead. Nov. 23 to Dec. 21 (Sagittarius) — A good word from the right source may enable you to gain the recognition you have been waiting for. Business and financial maters highly favored. Dec. 22 to Jan. 20 (Capricorn) — Avoid hasty judgments. Look more closely at all situations. There may be values not seen at a cursory glance. Jan. 21 to Feb. 19 (Aquarius) |— An immediate follow-up on certain plans and projects recently begun will be important now, since you have the "go" sign in all worthwhile endeavors. Feb. 20 to March 20 (Pisces) Don't block opposition that could eventually be converted into support. Work diplomatically to bring it around. Some barriers aren't as impregnable as they seem. Attend Funeral GILSON — Mr. and Mrs. Curtis McCoy and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Nash attended funeral services June 10 at Wyoming for Mrs. Mattie Poppin. Firm Buys 6 Acres for Housing Units BUSH NELL - Schol/, Homes Inc., has paid $36,000 for purchase of about six acres of land to develop 50 low income housing units at Bush- noil. The land, located at thcr end of West Hurst Street, was sold by the Spartan Development Corp., Bushnell. Earlier this week a contract was signed by representatives of the McDonough County Housing Authority, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and Scholz Homes to start the work within 30 days. The $1.2-million federal project will be financed through HUD. The charter was draped in membory of three deceased members when Bushnell VFW Post 1422 met Thursday night at the VFW Hall. Deceased members honored were Earl Raby, Ed Hartman and Charles Richard Ogle, all of whom died since the previous post meeting. Eugene McCance, the retiring commander, presided. Members voted to purchase an air conditioner for the floor level club room. New officers, who were, installed last Saturday night, will assume their duties at the June 28 meeting. The last meeting of the current year for Bushnell Grandmothers Club featured a smorgasbord Thursday night at the United Methodist Church. Mrs. Phyllis Whittier, the president, was in charge. Mrs, Margaret Kirtley reported on her attendance last week at a Camp Fire Girls tea. Members voted to use the city's proposed new recreational facilities which would be constructed at the VFW Park. The VFW Post is reportedly asking $26,000 for the land. A nominating committee composed of Mrs. Hazel Filbert, chairman, and Mrs. Mildred Winget and Mrs. Connie Aten, was appointed. Members voted to participate again this year in the annual Bushnell Town and Country Festival. A variety program was prose ntcd by a number of mem- Council Member Wins Her Protest LOWELL, Mass. (UPI) Mrs. Gail Sinicki beat City Hall Friday by keeping quiet. Lowell's newly Wed City Council member was marked absent on 30 roll calls by the city clerk at last Tuesday's council meeting when she refused to answer to her married name. She said she wanted to <be called by her maiden name, Dunfey, since she ran for office by that name and was sworn in as Gail Dunfey. Friday, the city solicitor agreed, saying Gail's official name' can't be changed unless she requests it. Rushfiell MRS. JAY CLEMENS Correspondent Home Addrest: 660 W. Hurst St. Phone 772-2240 bers. Mrs. Marguerite St. Clair and Mrs. Belle Lovell gave readings. A playlet, "Come Live at My House," was performed, and a kitchen band played several numbers. Others participating were Mrs. Helen Lautcrbach, Mrs. Georgia Wells, Mrs. Evelyn Kreider, Mrs. LaVeta Grimm, Mrs. Ruth - Turnbull, Mrs. Haidee Chatterton, Mrs. Daisy Strode, Mrs. - Doris Cheek, Mrs. Irene Hutchins, Mrs. Ruth Taylor, Mrs. Hazel Clary, Mrs. Dorothy Walters, Mrs. Virginia Creek and Mrs. Shirley Cortelyou. Next meeting in September will be at the Prairie City United Methodist Church. GALYA MRS. SUSAN HEPNER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 24 NE. Third St. Phone 932-2725 Galva Paper, Clothing Drive Dinner Theaters Planned By Prairie Player Groups The Prairie Players will present a dinner theater program at the Sheraton Motor Inn the last two weekends in July, members announced. Two types of tickets will be available. The first will cover both dinner and the theater performance. The second type will be sold only for the theater program and will not include the dinner. Dates of the performances are July 20, 21, 22, 27, 28 and 29. The plays selected by Prairie Players for the dinner performances are two 1-act comedies. The first is "Adaption" written by Elaine May; the second is "Next" by Terrence McNally. Director of the dinner performances will be James Calderone who directed last season's "Wait Until Dark." Open auditions for the plays are being held Sunday at 7:30 p.m. at the Prairie Players GALVA — The Galva Camp Fire Girls will sponsor a paper and clothing drive July 7 from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. in connection with Galva Scouts. The paper drive will accept newspapers, cardboard and other recyclable materials and a truck will be stationed in the municipal parking lot for the convenience of persons wishing to donate to the drive. Used clothing which would be suitable for a warm climate will be accepted at another truck also located in the city parking lot. Among the items not acceptable for the clothing drive are shoes, hats, heavy coats and infant clothing. The clothing will be channeled to the people of Thailand through a Gal- STARTS SUNDAY COUNTRY MUSIC MARTY ROBBINS ALL COUNTRY MUSIC SAMMY JACKSON One Show Each Night at 7:30 ENDS TONIGHT | CHILDREN 60 C —ADULTS SI.OO LJ #1 NO X V ILL FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Corner of Cherry and Tompkins (AN AMERICAN BAPTIST CHURCH) 8 A.M. Worship 10 A.M. 'CONFLICT AND OBEDIENCE" "A CERTAIN KIND OF MAN" Church School 9 A.M. "THK BAPTIST HOUR" RADIO U 'AIK 11 A.M. CRESTON S. KLINGMAN—MINISTER OF MUSIC MINISTERS CARLTON G. CHRISTEN'SON—J AW IES E. MILLER Casa Sierra PACKAGE LIQUOR Open 1 to 1 on Sundays Father's Day Special 4 TACOS - T° Kitchen Open 4 to 12 Carry-Outs Available Call in or Come In 1488 N. Henderson Phone 343-6313 ********************* CLINT EASTWOOD "PLAY MISTY FOR ME" „,an Invitation to tenor... * UMVEflSAl-UALPASO COMPANY PICTURE • TECHNICOLOR* (g 7:30 NIGHTLY SUN. MAT. 1:30 -PLUS- They had just 36 hours to share the lore oja lifetime. A Robert Wise Production ("Two People') A UMVEfl&Ak PICTURE'TECHMCOLOIl* ffl <Q» 9:15 NIGHTLY SUN. MAT. 3:15 CINEMA I & II Next to ARLANS N Henderson Si GAIESBURG 342 6224 A humble radiant terrific movie, Paramount Pictures Piesents A Hanna-Barbera-Sagittarius Production E.B. White's ^harlottp'^ Wph A Paramount Picture OH fAMMOUHT MCCTWt SHOWS NIGHTLY WEEKEND MATINEES WEEKDAY MATINEE 7:00 & 9:00 1:00 & 3:00 1:30 va serviceman, Bill Larson, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Larson, who is teaching in Thailand with the Air Force. He will supervise the distribution of the clothing. A new program has been initiated by the Galva Camp Fire Girls Council which will include girls who will be in first grade in the fall. Announcements will be made through the school in the fall for the first grade Bluebird Program. The Galva Council recently received its charter and plans for the fall season are well under way. Tornadoes occur more often in the United States than anywhere else in the world. READ THE WANT ADS! SUN. thru WED.! ft ALiil THEY'LL LOVE THE VERT LIFE OUT OF TODS BODY! Open 8 Shows Dusk ENDS TONITE 'Legend of Boggy Creek' "Prehistoric Women" Don't Miss the Two Big Ones Starting Tomorow Nite! ONLY THE t MONSTER SHE v MADE COULD SATISFY HER STRANGE DESIRES! "INVASION OFTHE . BEE GIRLS" WEIIAM SMITH •ANITHArOBJ) | VICTORIA VETW^MKECMS BltalilOttiUifiartaMbiucsuus ixunitmiamu NOW! ERNEST BORGNINE IN ANOTHER EXCITING FILM OPEN 7 SHOWS 7:15-9 SUNDAY TIMES—" Open 1:45 Shows at 2-3:45-5:35-7:20-9 THE NEPTUNE FACTOR WW /QOrPBNISWKLlK* G

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