Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 19, 1973 · Page 20
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, June 19, 1973
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• -20 Golesburg ReflisteNMail,, GaJesburg, III, „ Tuesday, JuneJ9, J973 Atomic Energy Specialists Seek Cooling Lake Studyf MORRIS, III. (UPI)-A law- 3£ yer representing Atdmlc Energy Comimission specialists asked Monday for two weeks to WW «» <«Ol 4WS «:»:•-• 'Sift W*r •SS <JESP !3BS» m 'Si* MS.": saw SB'S .««.' ft*..** study a" plan for management of a proposed cooling lake planned in conjunction with a nuclear generator in Brookfield Town•hip. Mrs. Louise Powers, repre- tervened In the controversy between Commonwealth Edison Co., which wants to construct the generator and cooling lake, and area farmers who protest, said the specialists needed more time to study the lake management report. The three AEC hearing officers, chaired by Commissioner consider the request today. senting specialists who have in-[Elizabeth Bowers, agreed *1Sn AW* *IUrH rtftat ton* ft 1 *'.. IMS. CD** «£*• wnft Moonlight Madness Wednesday, June 20fh—6 to 9 pm FREE PARKING DOWNTOWN FAMOUS MAKE Print Polyester Sleeveless Reg. $13 & $14 PANT TOPS *Q99 Cardiffans & J.N. ZiohapU They were expected to set a date for an environmental Im -J pact hearing—a required step in the procedure for AEG licensing of the generator. Edison proposes to build a $600 million, foUMinlt generator and cooling lake on 7,000 acres to in Brookfield Township. The lake would occupy 4,500 acres A group of area farmers and farm organizations, represented at the hearing by attorney Joseph Karagonis, has opposed construction of the lake on grounds it would disrupt the farming community. Karagonis asked Monday for permission to cross - examine witnesses and to see certain CHARGE IT - LAY IT AWAY - USE THE BUDGET PRINTED-HALTER NECK Long Patio Dresses Reg. $19 to $25 20% OFF LIMITED GROUP Famous Make PUCKERED SHORTS & TOPS 50% OFF NYLON STRETCH MACHINE WASH Shorts $ 4" 9 Colors 8 to 18 BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND Our Famous Nylon Stretch KNEE CAPPERS sooo 4f Commonwealth Edison documents. He also asked for the hearings to be postponed to allow him more time to study them. Richard Powers, a Commonwealth Edison attorney and no relation to Mrs. Powers, said the documents Karagonis asked to see had been available since Jan. 5. , Mrs. Powers said specialists found the initial plan for the lake "unacceptable as a recreational asset. The staff has been unable to complete a review of the lake management program." She said a proper review would take about two weeks to complete. 1900PENNSYLVANIA AVE. N.W. WASHINGTON, D.C, 20226 WATAGA VILLAGE ^ *n •mujjyt .pfflWML ... ' Wt »lDEBTHow will th« availability tl ravanoa ihwlrt* hum »«•« ti* (HHWMNCfMASS ISSCHDCtTWCflEASG [noimer TOO SOON TO UNTAXES In wWch of tht following mintttfi It It MpMttd that lha availability of fiavanua Sharing Fundi will aHaet thi tan l«vtl* of your Juf iMtetlon? Ch«ek If many •< •PNy. r^i WILL Rtouce AMOUNT OC BATE WILL EH A RLE HIOUCINQ Queen to Participate Homecoming Parade Is Set At London Mills on July 7 0 nruperrft LONDON MILLS - Susan Fstes of Canton, who holds the title of Miss Spoon River, will, participa/te in the annual London Mills Homecoming parade July 7 at 11:30 a.m. "I Remember When" will be the parade theme, and ail floats arc to follow the theme. Antique vehicles will be driven along the parade route, and the theme is meant to complement Fulton County's sesquicentennial. A $25 grand prize will be WED., JUNE 20th 6 P.M. to 9 P.M. ONLY LUGGAGE VACATION SPECIAL FASHIONABLE LUGGAGE ARNOLD PALMER Pro-Staff GOLF BALLS 90 Compression No Cut Cover $15.00 Doz. List $777 Train Case $500 Vanity _ $600 K Weekend $8 00 >>» Pullman $800 >>» Jumbo Pullman $900 ^3» k All Spring & Summer LADIES HANDBAGS \v#^ UNIROYAU W PRO KEDS WILSON LITTLE LEAGUE ^ BASEBALL $099 .A SHOES * $5M AJm\\ ,0" Reg. $10.45 $£77 H&B Louisville Slugger SOFTBALL BATS Sjight Blemish $|97 ••'tai,.? MEN'S & LADIES NYLON GOLF JACKETS Reg. $8.98 ^ Only awarded to the entry which best depicts the theme. Entries will be accepted in float, decorated car, bicycle, tricycle, doll buggy, wagon, novelty, horse, decorated horse, antique oar and other antique vehicle classifications. Mrs. LeVeme Young is parade chairman. Committee members are LeVeme Young and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hall. All entries will be required to register at the school before the parade. Each entry will be given a number. All entries must complete the entire parade route and remain at a designated location until they are released by judges. A feature of this year's homecoming festivities will be a queen contest for girls in grades 7-9. Contestants must reside in the former London Mills school dis -j trict, and names must be submitted at Dixie's Cafe no later i than June 23. A picture of the contestant must accompany the entry blank. Crowning July 6 The queen will be crowned July 6. She will be awarded a 3! trophy and ride in the homecoming parade. 1 Votes will be tallied by placing pennies in a container labeled for each contestant. Containers will be placed at Dixie's Cafe, Spooji River Cafe, C&R Market and Robbie's Barber Shop the weekend of the contest. Mrs. Ivan Murphy, missionary education chairman, summarized the work of Marvin Wol- fcrd, a missionary to Africa, when United Methodist Women met recently. During the business meeting, members voted to purchase a new table for the church basement and to donate a scholarship to help send a local child to a camp for handicapped children. The Gibberson cousin reunion was June 10 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sudrals of 'near Canton. The 1974 reunion I was set for the home of Ken- !neth Heikes of near Canton. Mr. and Mrs. John Craver are i the parents of a son, Richard Joe, born June 7 at Graham Hospital, Canton. Mrs. Lucille Craver, London Mills, is maternal grandmother. Mrs. Gene Montgomery has | returned home after a 2-week trip to Washington, D.C., where she looked for a new home for the* family. The family will move to Washington in the future. MATE Of A MAJOft TAX WILL PAEVtNT IN6AEASC IN RATE Of A MAJORTAX WILL MWtNf. ENACTING MtWMAJOftlAX OPERADMG/MAIMTCNANCE EXPENDITURES mown h *BUc »SAfrrv CNVt AON M ENTA L WflOTECTlON 3 PUBLIC •TRANSPORTATION! 4 HEALTH RECREATION 6 LIBRARIES SOCIAL SERVICES FORAGED 4 POOR FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION iSiJ INCfliASe OF A MAJOR TAX, (^) NO tmet OH TAX levma [x] TOO «OON TO rwwer it met Ml " I"," JAN. 1, 1973 and ending JUNE 30, 1973 IN TMJWOttOMNti *ttftNEfHMttfrU#0*AN Estimated Total $1,592 ACCOUNT NO. 14 2 048 011 Village Clerk Wataga Village Wataga, Illinois 61488 PLANMSO ExKMorruftfs HECREATION $630.00 PumtoftM •MWTBUMI •fmnw % 30% S TOTAL PLANNED OPERATING/MAINTENANCE £X?£N- oiTua;s CAPITAL EXPENDITURES MMrtNt RMMM IUMCU {% ffl id MUCH- fUHPOS6»AN0 GENERAL GOVT. % 70% i have advised a local newspaper and the news media of the contents of this report. Furthermore I have records documenting the contents of this report and they are open for public and news media scrutiny. FRANCIS W. WYNKOOP SIGNATURE OF CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Francis W. Wynkocp, Village Clerk NAME4 TITLE - PLEASE PRINT June 19, 1973 OATt PU8USHEO Galesburg Register-Mail WAME OF NEWSPAPER EXPtwomme CATEGORIES E 11 EDUCATION 12 HEALTH 13. TRANSMUTATION) 14. SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT IS HOUSING* COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 16 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 17 ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION 18 PUBLIC SAFETY 19 RECREATION CULTURE 20 OTHERS ISpfdfy) 21 OTHERS ISptci/y) 22 OTH ERS /Specify! 23 OTHERS ISpteUyl 24 OTHE*S/Sp«c«W MANNED EXPENDITURES F STREETS $962.00 PERCENT PlANNfDJKHfc % % % % % % % % % % % 20% /o 80% % % 94 % % % % % % % % % TWS PORTION TO B£ RETURNED TO DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY OFFICE OF REVENUE SHARING 1900 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. N.W. WASHINGTON, D.C. 20226 (K)n EXECUTIVE PROPOSAL Check this block if this plan is based on I—I an executive proposal ' (L) DEBT How will the availability of revenue sharing funds affect the borrowing requirements of your jurisdiction? AVOID DEBT INCREASE LESSEN DEBT INCREASE X • NO EFFECT TOO SOON TO PREDICT EFFECT TENNIS CARRY-ALL Holds Everything Reg. $ $5.98 * 3.77 (M) TAXES In which of the following manners is it expected that the availability of Revenue Sharing Funds will affect the tax levels of your jurisdiction? Check as many as apply. Leo Stein & Sons Inc. • Sporting Goods • Luggage 345 E. MAIN \ • Purses V I GALESBURG 00 s IS warn • WILL ENABLE REDUCING RATE OFA MAJOR TAX. • WILL PREVENT INCREASE IN RATE OF A MAJOR TAX • V/ILL PREVENT ENACTING ANEW MAJOR TAX • WILL REDUCE AMOUNT OF RATE INCREASE OFA MAJOR TAX. I ) NO EFFECT ON TAX LEVELS fX) TOO SOON TO PREDICT EFFECT OPERATING/MAINTENANCE EXPENDITURES PRIORITY EXPENDITURE CATEGORIES'(A) 1 PU8LIC SAFETY ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 3 PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION 4 HEALTH PLANNED EXPENDITURES (B) RECREATION PERCMr PUNNED FOR MAINTENANCE Or EXISTING SERVICES | C ; % % % % % PERCENT PLANNED FOR NEW OR EXPAN0E0 SERVICES (0) % % % % LIBRARIES SOCIAL SEfT/ICrS 1$ FOR AGED tt POORj FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION 3 TOTAt ?UAVi:9 % ..% % % % % THE GOVERNMENT OF SPARTA TOWNSHIP PLANS TO EXPEND ITS REVENUE SHARING ALLOCATION FORTHE ENTITLEMENT PERIOD BEGINNING JAN. 1, 1973 and ending JUNE 30, 1973 IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER BASED UPON AN ESTIMATED TOTAL OF $3,569 ACCOUNTVNO 14 3 048 019 Sparta Township Twp. Supv. Knox County Wataga, III. 61488 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES EXPENDITURE CATEGORIES E 10 MULTIPURPOSE AND GENERAL GOVT. 11 EDUCATION 12 HEALTH 13. TRANSPORTATION! 14. SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT 15 HOUSING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT I have aovised a local naw»pap«r and th» naws madia of the contents of this raport. Furtherrnora I hava racords documanting the cortents of report and ihey an open lor public and news media scrutiny. JOHN G. SUTOR S IGNATURE OP c«itf f/tcuTiviOFficE 'n John G. Sutor, Supv. NAME 4 Tiru _ r-UAli HUNT June 19, 1973 DATEFUSUSrUQ Galesburg Register-Moil UAMiOFNC/SfASta I 16 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 17 ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION 18 PUBLIC SAFETY 19 RECREATION CULTURE 20 OTHERS (Spicily) 21 OTHERS (Sptcily) 22 OTHERS ISptcily) PLANNED EXPENDITURES F $3,569 Gravel for Road Improvement 23 OTHERS tSpteify) 24 OTHERS (SpttHyl 25 TOTAL WANNID CAPITAL [XftNOI- ruats PERCENT PLANNED FOR: EQUIPMENT G % [CONSTRUCTION! H % % %l % /o % % % % % % % %l 100% % % LAND ACQUISITION % DEBT RETiREMarr J % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % %

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