Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 20, 1973 · Page 10
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10 Golesbur June 20, 1973 if • L * - 4 V if i 4 WiASHlNOTON (UPI) *- AlAgriculture Department econo-face of diminished stocks and flew Agriculture Department mists had raised their estimate uncertainty over the extent of survey predicts grocery prices of this year's increase in food increases in 1973 crop produc- this year will average about prices. tion." 12.5 per cent above 1972—the Last fall, economists predict- The report said that largest one-year increase in 26 ed 1973 retail food prices would present demand and supply years. ~ be up only 3.5 per cent from forecasts prove accurate, "little One department expert said 1972 \ Earl y this vear ^ if any further price increases Tuesday the gain would have rais . ed «je estimate to 6.5 per wi u lbe forthcoming after the be* as much as 14 per cent ttbtottJSS^ Tf* p0ftaL " President Nison had not put the ^g prices, econo-L If weatl f r ^ current 60-day price freeze into mists said, "reflected unprece- me re P° rt said > fa ™ers effect. dented domestic and foreign harvest record crops this year time I demand for commodities in the I with marketings up 5 per cent from 1972. But department economists said the boom in livestock feed will It was the third Senate Okays Space Budget, Most Austere Since 1962 prices many poultry apparently livestock, producers has forced dairy and to cool off expansion plans and is "preventing much easing in prices Elks Fight Whites Rule By MICHAEL V. USCttAN KENOSHA, Wis. (tM) -iproperty. The Benevolent and Protective to its charter. It won a n-A » i i»it u i ut i The club went to court Order of Elks has troubles In, Wisconsin. Lodge NO. 750 off ee P , !n)llM , inn flI1f , .«, Kenosha could lose its charter S ^^WSnStoi because it has two members af J* * f^T\ /an in 19 who are not white. " We ? ur , fSwrirL T rt „ 4n „> lt , , and we still feel the restriction Since Jan. 27, 1971, the lodge is long out dated and conflicts here has been on record in w ith accepted moral and legal opposition to the national Elks' principles of the year 1973," rule admitting only whites assays John Malloy, spokesman for the Kenosha Elks. That stand put the club at the ™ e lod » ^'L^fLiih forefront of a fight to allow cmtu ™ e J, cm \lffL^ilf non-white members. It was the P«Wbite the na tional .organ.za- a tion from any interference with continued operations of the the charter and the other Elks'|dcclsion to oppose the exclusionary rule in 1971, Malloy the membership was members. first such Wisconsin statement by Elks club and approved by thle Senaite. for to WASHINGTON (UPI) — The|maintain a balanced, program; most austere space budget Sen. Frank Moss, D-Utah, m ,™ese markets. since 1962-$3 Mm »Ljniteu chairman of the Senate Space The report said red meatl LaVerne Weidlor, left, executive director of- P Committee, said any further production is running below last 'Senate T members voted 90-5 cuts would tad £ cance^ ^ ^fjjj"^ •JSS n\«**A a v or deferring indefinitely of « a f of the would about program Tuesday, . ^-Jfg balance out the firaHialf- losses, turning down an attempt byFf^ . !. • It said hieh feed costs are sTj. Willito Fulbrieht, D- induded in the au homation ^ ™ Ark., to cut tflio figure another are $233.8 million for the Skylab production and that broiler $121 million. program, $475 imiUion for the chicken prices will remain near The $3 billion authorization, controversial space shuttle pro-ceiling levels at least through which is for the 1974 fiscal gram, and $90 million for a summer, year, was $30 million more than | joint exi the administration requested and $27 million Jess than the House approved. The two versions will Wave to be reconciled in a conference committee. The Senate was warned in debate the tight budget meant there would have to be tighter funding in future years to rimenta! flight of U.S. and Soviet spaceships. The beef ELLISVILLE — A pet parade survey predicted prices in the next few months Contrary to past years there would not change much from highlighted the Junior Modern was no attempt to cut off the recent levels. By fall, however, Woodmen's meeting here June sp 2** fU2ldS( ^ . « the report said > " beef prices Although the heat prevented Fulbnght s amendment wouM may weaken" if production an outdoor parade, prizes were have reduced the budget by gains as expected. It said pork awarded for the largest, small*£ 1 . , ? on,J ™ l0W1 ^ s P^ ce Prices probably will decline this est and most unusual pets, officials to decide where the fall from their summer season- Treats were distributed both to cuts should be made. It Was al peak but will remain above club members and theirs pets, defeated, 69-27. Positive Help itive Attitudes, Inc., receives a $1,500 check from Kayo Norris, vice president of Protextall, Inc., yesterday at the Positive Attitudes office at 876 W. Main St. Norris presented the check on behalf of Protexall employes who dbnated the money to the workshop for the physically handicapped. Protexall is among employes who have provided placement for Positive Attitudes clients after they have completed work adjustment training at the workshop. (Regigter-Mail photo by.Steve Stout.) Pet Parade Held By Junior Group perhaps the first in the nation. Issue Grows Volatile Since that call for elimination of the all-white rules, the issue has grown more volatile. Last July, at a national convention, the Elks voted to crack down on local lodges accept the rule. This soring, the that didn't spring, revoked national the Kenosha group club's membership and sent a representative to bring back lodge. Was "Virtually Unanimous'' When the lodge took the Overtime Out MANCHESTER, England (UPI) — Tom, Costello, a 50- year-old bus conductor today received a check for $1 million he won on a soccer pool bet of $1.60. "I can tell you one thing," he said. "I'll not be working any more overtime for a while." said fi t "virtually unanimous" In agreeing to it. The lodge how has some 900 members and Malloy said there "are four or five non-whites in the club." "I took some courage, sure/* he said. "Look at the trouble we're facing now." He added, "In Kenosha more than two years ago the Elks determined that racial discrimination was wrong. Further, they determined that such a practice was a violation of the letter and spirit of the Constitution." He also noted that if the club had kept up the policy of restricting its membership, its liquor license would have been endangered. Recent court decisions have given the states the right to take away licenses and tax exemptions from private clubs if they practice discrimination in their membership. last year. Members of the junior and Days Left AVE During Our Big adult Modern Woodmen camps will have a family picnic July 15 at Big Creek Park, Canton. Deadline for reservations for the Ellisville High School alumni banquet June 30 is June 25. To date, 118 reservations have been received, according to organizers of the event. Guests June 17 at the home J" J of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Howerter were Mr. and Mrs. Roland Howerter, Quincy, Robert HoJlis, Sterling, and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Howerter, Cuba. Comic Thief Skips Disneys SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) - A has struck THE BANK of GALESBURG Payments Can Bank Lobby Made Our rive Walk Facilities Mail •in i "superhero" thief twice at a local comic shop, taking 350 comics worth behind $3,200, valuable •but leaving Walt The Bonk That Leads The Way Disney of PLY POLYESTER 1 - i early "animal funnies." J on Campbell, co-owner the Golden Gate Comic Art S tore, said the burglar is obviously a collector interested only in the superhero comics of the 1930s 40s and 50s. "They're almost impossible to fence," he said of the old books. Galesburq MEMBER F.D.I.C. MAIN KELLOGG PH. 343-4141 4 » THIS PORTION TO BE RETURNED TO DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY OFFICE OF REVENUE SHARING 1900 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. N.W. WASHINGTON, D.C 20226 THEGOV£RNMENTOF PERSIFER TOWNSHIP Check this block ""V ^ an executive proposal How wul the availability of ravenua sharing funds affect borrowing requtrementsof your jurisdiction? AVOID DEBT INCREASE LESSEN DEBT INCREASE NO EFFECT TOO SOON TO PREDICT EFFECT / C78xl4 WHITE TUBELESS Plus Fed. Excise Tax $8.32 (M} TAXES In which of the following manners is ft expected that the availability of Revenue Sharing Funds will affect the tax levels of your jurisdiction? Check as many as apply. PLANS TO EXPEND ITS REVENUE SHARING ALLOCATION FORTHE ENTITLEMENT PERIOD BEGINNING JAN. 1, 1973 and ending JUNE 30, 1973 IN THEfOLLOWiNG'-MANNERcBASED^UPON-AN ESTIMATED TOTAL OF $3,177 ACCOtfNTWO 14 3 048 014 • WILL ENABLE REDUCING RATE OF A MAJOR TAX. • ,W1LL PREVENT INCREASE IN RATE OF A MAJOR TAX WILL PREVENT ENACTING ANEW MAJOR TAX • WILL REDUCE AMOUNT OF RATE INCREASE OFA MAJOR TAX NO EFFECT ON TAX LEVELS SIZE Price for 4 \ Fed Twin Whitevvalls iKxrise h OPERATING/MAINTENANCE EXPENDITURES Persifer Township Supv Knox County son, 61436 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES PRIORITY J EXPENDITURE CATEGORIES (A) PLANNED EXPENDITURES (B) PUBLIC SAFETY E-78-14 F-78-14 G-78-14 H-78-14 J-78-14 G-78-15 H-78-15 J-78-15 L-78-15 85.60 89.20 91.40 95.60 99.60 93.60 98.20 103 .60 105.20 &.U8 9.48 10.12 11.00 11.56 10.40 11.20 11.04 12.52 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 3 PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION! $3,177 PtKtHT PUNNfO FOR MAINTENANCE ofuisrwa " ««V1C£S >fQ PEHCENT nAHNia FOR A twos EX? AM Of 0 if BVICfS % 100% 4 HEALTH RECREATION UBftARJES SOOAt SERVICES FORAGED* POOR EXPENDITURE CATEGORIES E 10 MULT1- PURPOSE;AND i GENERA L»GOVT.* 11 EOUCATION PLANNED EXPENDITURES F 12 HEALTH % FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION G TOTAL PLA.'i.'^O TcNAWCE UL?Vi - S 3,177 Price* Plu« Tax and Old Tire» Oil Your Car Ends Sat, June 23, 1973 13. TRANSPORTATION IT SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT * PERCENT PLANNED FOR: LAND DEBT EQUIPMENT COM5TRtOON|ACQUI$inON |Rrn )nair G H 1 1 I J 16 HOUSING*^ COMMUNITY , DEVELOPMENT 16 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 17 ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION 18 PUBUC SAFETY I have advised a local newspaper and tha news media of the contents of this report. Furthermore I have records documenting the content* of this report and they are open for public and news media scrutiny. % ROBERT H. HUMPHREYS Supervisor - Persifer Twp 19 RECREATION CULTURE 20 OTHERS (Sp0CJfy) OTHEHS /SperiwI* Phone 343*4174 Mon. thru Fri. 7:30 am — 5:30 pm t Sat. 7:30 am — 4 pm 244 South Chambers, Galesburq, Illinois NAMSft TITLE - r'LEASE PftINT June 20, 1973 OTHERS (Specify) 23 OTHERS/Sp#o/W OATE PUBLISH Galesburg Register-Mai NAME OF li{W5?A?£H 24 OTHERS (Spteify) 25 TOTAL PLANNED CAPITAL WPWOI- TUAC5 >>>

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