Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 20, 1973 · Page 35
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 35

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 20, 1973
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Council Awards Road Repair Contracts KNOXVILLE - The Knoxville City Council Monday awarded contracts to the following concerns for Hie road maintenance program: Abingdon Rock, $3,536; Gaiesburg Builders' Supply, $1,150; Guwther Construction) Co,, a .total of $12,256 for prime, seal and seal coat. Revenues for the maintenance program come from the city's share of state motor fuel tax funds.. In other business the council okayed a request by the Moorman Head Gets Honorary Farmer Degree Dean Grimes, Gaiesburg, general manager of Moorman Manufacturing Co., Alpha, received an honorary state farmer degree from the Illinois Future Farmers of America at their convention June 14 in Champaign. Tim Daugherty, national viice president of the FFA central region, presented the award to Grimes, who is director of District I. Twenty-seven individuals received the degree this year for their "outstanding service to the FFA organization and agriculture." New VP BUFFALO, N.Y. (UPI) - L. Budd Thalman, sports information director at the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, Md., since 1962, Tuesday was named to succeed the late Jack Horrigan as vice president in charge of.public relations for the Buffalo Bills of the National Football League. ANNABEL PfiTEItSON CORRBSPONDKNT Home Address: 210 N, Timber St, Phone >80-2ft1fl Knox County Fairgrounds to hook on to the sanitary sewer system at Hob Nob Acres on the Gaiesburg Road. Aldermen also approved the final plait of Hoffman Subdivision, three lots that border on South Market Street, Youth of the Christian Church will sponsor an Ice Thursday from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the park. The band will play in the park at 7:30 p.m. The program will include March of the Spanish Soldiery; Sonus Ventorum; Killing Me Softly; I Left My Heart; Salutation; Peter Gunn; Qui Vive; Bright Star; Cha Cha for Band; Heavy Band Blues; Sound of Music; The Rambler. Russell Campbell John Hennenfent Farmer Degrees Russell Campbell, Little York, and John Hennenfent, Smithshire, recent graduates of Yorkwood High School, received state farmer degrees last week at the Illinois Future Farmers of America convention at Champaign. Both Campbell and Hennenfent have been active in the Yorkwood FFA Chapter during their high school careers. Campbell will attend the University of Illinois this fall, while Hennenfent plans to go into farming with his father. Campbell is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Campbell. Hennenfent's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Nick Hennenfent. Pub Bombed After Patrons Ordered Out Abingdon MRS. GERALDINE BAUffft Correspondent RFD St. Augustine, 111. Phone 482-2477 Abingdon Hoys Attending Mini Football Camp ABINGDON - Seven Abingdon boys are attending the .'973 Illini football camp at Marmion Military Academy at Aurora this week. John Mangieri, Pat Link, Mike Simpson, Dave Hasley, Bob Shipplett, Dave Beardsley and Rod Thomas will be instructed in" football tactics by Bob Blackman, head coach of the University of Illinois football team, and three seniors from last year's team. Miss Rita Denisar, Miss Sherry Hook and Miss Debbie Hook are attending camp and conference this week at Camp Walter Scott near Effingham. Mrs. Henry Duszak, Princeton, N.J., a former Abingdon resident, is a guest at the home of Mrs. Mina Fotz and Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Benner. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Brock spent Monday in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Benjamin, Rusty, Lorie and Susie of Houston, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Sex and Martin of Evanston and Mr. and Mrs. Don Chaplain and John of Gaies­ burg have spent the past two weeks at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Martin. Professor Joins Math Department Faculty at Knox Appointment of Dr. Dennis M. Schneider to the Knox College faculty was announced today by Dr. Lewis S. Salter, Knox dean and executive vice president. Schneider will hold the rank of assistant professor in the department of mathematics. Schneider earned his B.S. degree at the University of Michigan in 1965, where he also re ceived his M.S. and Ph.D. de grces in 1966 and 1973. The Detroit native has served on the faculties of the University of Toledo, Eastern Michigan University and the University of Michigan. He is currently a member of the Kalamazoo College faculty. His primary research interests include complex variables and functional analysis. He is a mamber of the American Math ematic Assn. Schneider and his wife Jean wii'l move to Gaiesburg this summer. Gaiesburg Register-Mail, Gaiesburg, III. Wednesday. June 20, 1973 :35 cm ol Tfianks- BELFAST (UPI) - A bomb demolished a pub in Londonderry Tuesday night only minutes after two armed youths fired four shots in the air and ordered the patrons out, the army said. An army spokesman said three bombs in all were planted in the city, but two of them were found and defused by ordnance experts. One was in a Chinese restaurant and the other was hidden in a tailor shop. The spokesman said the two armed youths set their bomb in the doorway of the pub in Londonderry's downtown area just before midnight. They fired their guns into the air and screamed at everyone to run. The bomb exploded and destroyed the building, but those inside had escaped. There were no injuries. In Belfast, newspapers received a telephoned warning that three more Roman Catholics have been kidnaped by Protestant extremists who killed two Catholics over the weekend. "We've got three more Fenians (Catholics). They will get the same as Rouse and Kelly," the caller said. SAVE 16! Dust Storms Cause Crash In Arkansas Qatabuig Register-Mall Gaiesburg, 111. Classified Advertising Dial 343-7181 OFFICE HOURS: Monday through Friday— 8 A.M.-4.-30 P.M. Saturday 8 A.M.-3 P.M. TRANSIENT CASH RATE Effective March l, 1971 Three Sharp Clashes Reported J5. In Vietnam SAIGON (UPI) - Ground battles, shelling and terrorism dipped to the lowest level in nearly a month in South Vietnam today but three sharp clashes were reported in the Central Highlands, in the central coastal regions and in the Mekong Delta. A rocket grenade was fired into a militia position near the big government infan/try training school -st Thu Due, barely five miles northeast of Saigon, wounding three government troops at noon Tuesday. The South Vietnamese com- ma.nd listed 73 truce violations in the 24 hours ending at noon •today, lowest noon to noon total since May 26, when there were 59. It brought the total since •last Friday's Phase II cease­ fire to 470 and the total since the Jan. 28 cease-fire to 17,349. Martha Says Nixon Knew Of Cover-Up WASHINGTON (UPI) - Martha Mitchell said today President Nixon knew all about the Watergate cover-up 'and the White House won't be able to discredit John W. Dean's testimony on the scandal. In a telephone call to Peter Hackes of NBC News, Mrs. Mitchell said Dean was a Smart lawyer whose services her husband John "very sincerely didn't want to lose" when he was attorney general. But she said the White House insisted that Dean move from assistant to Mitchell at the Justice Department to he a counsel to the President. Dean scheduled to testify next Dinosaur Park in Alberta, Canada, has the largest collection of dinosaur remains in the world. READ THE WANT ADS! is week at the Senate Watergate hearings. "The President knew everything about the cover-up," Mrs. Mitchell was quoted as saying. "I don't eare what anyone says, this President knew. It's only natural tliait Mr. President who worked so closely every day with assistants like (H. R.) Haldeman and (John) Ehrlichman was awaire of what was I going on. Equestrian Gets Special Award RICHMANSWORTH, England (UPI) - Jane Wade, 9, fell off her horse and broke her arm at a horse show. She quickly had her arm encased in a cast and was back ih the saddle within two hours. She won no prizes for horsemanship, but the judges gave her a special award for bravery. By United Press International Thunderstorms continued to highlight the nation's weather picture early today, and in Bassett, Ark., powerful, dust- blowing winds Tuesday night sot off a chain reaction highway accident that resulted in five deaths and eight injuries. ' A deep storm system drifted from North Dakota into southern Manitoba while slowly weakening Tuesday. The cold front trailing across the nation's midsection maintained an active thunderstorm pattern in the East, however. Severe thunderstorms struck widely separated portions of the eastern half of the nation Tuesday. Tornadoes touched ground in Ohio, Missouri, Arkansas, Tennessee, Mississippi, South Carolina and Florida. In Sumner, Miss., a tornado touched down only hours after the end of a ceremony expressing thanks that 800 local school children were spared when a tornado destroyed their school April 24. The twister's path matched almost identically the one of the more severe April tornado that killed some 100 persons but Tuesday's storm caused significantly less damage and no injuries. The mass collision in Bassett occurred when drivers along an interstate road were temporarily blinded by a swirling, blanket of dust. Six trucks and 12 cars were involved in the pileup and five of those vehicles burned when a truck carrying tires caught fire. "It looked like hell," said Sgt. Bill Crowell of the Arkansas State police. Four of the victims were burned beyond recognition. The only one able to be identified was Carl A. Clayton, 46, Memphis, Tenn. Early today, skies were generally partly cloudy in th Northeast and the Northwest Clear skies over the Southwes allowed for nighttime cooling to relieve the hundred-degree heat reported in much of the area Tuesday. Rain showers were reported scattered from the Mississippi and the Southern Plains to the South Atlantic coast. Temperatures around the nation early today ranged from 36 at Evanston, Wyo., to 87 at Blyth'e, Calif. Words 7-days 4-days 1-day 1-20 I S.21 I 3.78 1.80 21-25 i 6.13 I 4.20 1.68 26-30 i 6.78 I 4.40 1.82 31-33 1 7.84 1 6.24 2.13 '1 Blind Ad Charge—80c Card of Thanks, In Memoriam, Lodge Notices, Other Notices, 1 inch or less—$2.75. CASH RATE—Applies when ad Is paid within 8 days from date of last insertion. INDEX Card of Tnanks - - \ Building Lots -62 Aviation — - ™„ A Antiques Ji Apartments—Furnished 53 Apartments—Unfurnished 54 Autos—Sport, Foreign -77 Autos—New 1° Autos—Used ™ Business Service 7 !"7(l ...10 ...32 Business Opportunity Boats and Motors Child Care Coins — Stamps — Misc. COUNTRY CORNER- I WOULD like to thank fflt «| our friends, relatives and busineft associates for the flowers, -Sifts, cards, visits, telephone calls and offers of help to my family and me during my stay at St**Kiancls Hospital fn Peoria. All was deeply appreciated. Ted Putnam «* _ Knoxvilte, III. BLUST,"~Vcrn A. — We wish to thank our many relatives, friends and neighbors lor the cards, foot! and flowers, also for the many other acts of kindness extended to us during our bereavement, All was greatly appreciated. The Albert Sorenson Family The Miles Donavon Family Brothers, Sisters,'Nieces and Nephews In Memoriam—2 CRULL, Gene E. — In loving memory of our husband and father, who passed away three years ago, June 20, 1970. Sunshine passes, shadows fall, Love's remembrance outcasts all. And though the years be .many or few, They are filled with • 1 •• remembrance of you. Sadly missed by, "' Wife, Betty, and.,,. Daughters Elizabeth, Jacqueline and Klmberly Farm - Miscellaneous 40 Farms and Acreages—Rent 41 Farms and Acreages—Sale 42 Pasture for Rent - 43 Farm Implements - Servlces..44 Feed - Seed - Fertilizers 45 Poultry and Supplies 46 Livestock and Supplies 47 Auctions . —48 Commercial Property — 59 Construction Equipment 75 Employment Wanted 14 Garages — 60 Goocf Things to Eat 21 Help Wanted—Male 11 Help Wanted—Female . 12 Help Wanted—Male, Female 13 Household Goods 26 Home Improvement 25 Houses for Rent 55 In Memoriam Z Instruction - - 15 Insurance *o Investments — i; Lawn and Garden Needs 34 Lost and Found 6 Moving — Storage 0 Money to Loan—Wanted 10 Musical ... - - 26 Mobile Homes for Rent 56 Mobile Home Spaces 57 Mobile Homes for Sale 66 Motorcycles - Bicycles .74 New Houses for Sale 62A Notices - Lodge 3 Notices - Other ..... 4 Notices - Special - Personal 5 Office Space -50 Photography . —-23 Pets and Supplies 33 Property Management — 16 Rooms for Rent - 51 Resorts and Cottages 61 Room and Board - oz Real Estate for Sale 63 Real Estate Wanted —-64 Real Estate—Out of Town 65 Sporting Goods 71 Transportation » Trailers - Campers - Equip. ... 72 Tires - Accessories - Parts 73 Trucks - Truck Trailers 76 TV - Radio - Stereo 27 Wanted to Buy - Misc go Wanted to Rent 58 Miscellaneous 3" Card of Thanks— 1 Notices - Special - PerdoWal—5 LiiLU PREGNANT and NEED HELP? Call Birthright 343-4913 DRINKING PROBLEM? Want to do something about it? Let us help you help yourself. Phone 342-2179, 24 hours. Confidential. • > Lost and Found— 6 2 HORSES and 1 pony lost-In the Victoria area, In Saturday's storm. Phone 879-2487. " '• KEYS lost downtown vicinity. Ph. 343-2728. Business Service—7 KNOX Summer painting ^service, professional experience, -low prices. For free estimate call 3430865. ROOFING — The personal touch given to all your roofing problems, shingles, leaks, repairs. Free estimates. Call 343-6446 or 343-3592 PAINTING—Exterior and Interior. Wallpaper hanging, airless 1 Spring farm buildings, fences. Insured. Free estimate. Call after 5, 3422574. Lawn Building and Grading Steve Wilson—343-3948 PAINTING — Interior and Exterior. Yard work — major and minor, odd jobs. Reasonable rates. Call Greg, 342-6277, before 3 P.M. HOUSE Painting, interior and exterior. Barns and bulldlhgs. For free estimates call 342-3996 anytime. TYPEWRITER REPAIRS Cash & Carry C. J. Stoltle — 343-565 i. THANKS to all: Ministers, Priests, Sisters, nurses, aides, doctors, relatives and friends for their help at the time I was in St. Mary's Hospital. Also for the cards and gifts that were sent me. May God bless you aU is my prayer. Edith R. McGee Abingdon, HI. J- Boy's and Girl's Matching Models in Glowing Bronze 26-INCH 3-SPEED BIKES 99 Your Choice Regular $ 66,66 4 Days Only Bikes have 3-speed shimanogear... you'll go like the wind or you'll cruise a< long at a comfortable country pace! Both bikes have clicker shift, chrome fenders and circular chain guard, side-pull caliper brake and reflectorized pedals. Girls' has 19" diamond frame, boys' has 21" frame, and they're color-coordinated so they make a handsome couple everywhere they go! Copyright <i 1373 by S. S. KHESGE Company ESGE COMPANY ORDER MOW Michigan Fresh Chilled Fruit Orders Must Be In By June 23 Delivery June 28 ALL FRUIT PURCHASES CASH ALL PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE UPON DELIVERY STRAWBERRIES 30-Lb. can, sugared, whole or sliced $15.95 15-Lb. can, sugared, whole or sliced $ 9.9S 12-Lb. straight pack whole -$ 8.50 v25-Lb. straight pack whole SI5.95 PINEAPPLE 30-Lb. can Chunk Tidbit, sugared 15-Lb. can Chunk Tidbit, sugared 30-Lb. Crushed Pineapple 15-Lb. Crushed Pineapple Straight pack Chunk, Tidbit straight pack Crushed 28-Lb 28-Lb 10-Lb. 30-Lb. II 30-Lb. 15-Lb. 9-Lb. 30-Lb. APRICOTS Halves and Sugared JONATHAN SLICED APPLES can; syrup pak can; syrup pak CAL HAVENS PEACHES Syrup Sliced Syrup Sliced S 6.50 $17.25 $11.95 $ 7.50 $ 5.50 $14.50 Straight Pack Is No Sugar For Diabetics and Special Diets Other Fruit Will Be Available as the Season Progresses PROCESSING SERVICE Abingdon, III. Ph. 462-3321 After 5 :30 BERNARD L. FEY, Owner Ph. 462-3244 Rescued Pig Killed Because Of Diseases MIAMI (UPI) — A pig whose fortunes soared when he was rescued from certain drowning in the ocean was killed by U.S. Department of Agriculture agents who feared he may have oairried a dangerous disease. "It was an agonizing decision nnd I'm sure it was made h'gheir u.o, probably in Washing- Ion," said Dir. Jim Camiobsll of the USDA's Veterinary Services Division here. Ha said the pig was "put to sleep humanely" Tuesday night because the animal had no markings indicating where it oamie from and authorities had no way of knowing whether it might have carried foot and mouth disease or hog cholera. "Any animal of unknown origin and without papers could be a carrier," Campbell said. And if one of these diseases, like cholera, got into this courtry it would run rampant through our hog papulation, which is not immune. "If you think there are high meat prices now, they'd go sky high if that happened." Price Freeze Booklet Sells WASHINGTON (UPI) - The Government Printing Office reports heavy initial sales for a booklet on the price freeze and will increase the number of conies it will print. The 63-page booklet, which details the rules and regulations of the freeze President Nixon ordered last week, first became available last Friday, and the printing office sold 3,700 copies. Tuesday, the office said it had decided to print 20,000 more copies. The original press run was 7,500. The booklet sells for 90 cents by mail and 65 cents at government book stores. I WISH to express my heartfelt gratitude to all my relatives, friends and loved ones for the beautiful flowers and cards I received while in the Cottage Hospital; also the nurses, nurses' aides and my doctor for their wonderful service and kindness. Ira W. Horn ROOFING Roofs, new and repairs, exterior painting, chimneys, foundations. Free estimates. G. A. Simpson, 343-0437. • ' r ' ELLISON'S . . Refrigeration & Appliance Service 342-2567 ROOFING and chimney repair. All work guaranteed and insured, 20 years experience. 342-0247..,,, CAT AND HYPRO PUMPS Sales—R. G. Hanson Co.—Service Kewanee — Phone: 300-853-5109 B&R CARPET Service — Installation (new and used), Restretch- ing, Repairs (cigarette b'.yjrns, seams, reweaving). Reasonable rates. Call 342-4650. Seeding & Sodding E. J. MARTIN - 342-0521 GET LOT OF READERSHIP FOR PENNIES WHEN YOU USE A CLASSIFIED AD STEAM Cleaners and Pressure Washers. R. G. Hanson Company, Kewanee. Phone 309-853-5100. DYKE'S TYPEWRITER SERVICE, cleaning and repair, 1571 Bqecher Ave. 342-6603. Free pickup. CARPET CLEANING. Dirt Is actually extracted, not just surface cleaned with clean, clear soft water steam. No ldjig' drying period. Ron's Steamliner, 3424232. ' ' "' WEED MOWING E. J. MARTIN - 34&0521 CITYWIDE RUBBISH REMOVAL We furnish metal contalrierfc for apts., business offices, stores and factories. 1 cubic yard, thru 50 cubic yard sizes. Wq.-rent flatbed trucks or containers for one stop spring cleanup, remodeling or Honey Do special projects. Call low bidder Bill," 3421134. 24 years of experience. Moving - Storage-8 STORAGE SPACE AVAILABLE NOW! Puckett Moving & Storage Crand and Penna.—343-9149 Child Care—10 LICENSED babysitter would like one more pre-schooler to eare for In my home. Best of references. Northeast part of town. Prefer _ full time job. Phone 342-3406. MATURE babysitter needed immediately for one child, age 4. Five nights Including weekends, in my home. Grand Ave. aroa. 342-3802. STORY BOOK CHILD CARE CENTER 369 N. Kellogg *' Hours: 6:30 to 6:00 ( Air Conditioned ; 342-3060 ';. Help Wanted - Male-~11 INDUSTRIAL SALES: Fait moving line of hard goods to purchasing agents. Some business s4'«V s experience, $12,000. Call Jim Seut- tergood, .'142-1112, Willie. Piyur & Smith Personnel. STOCK BOY needed for summer and when school starts. Apply J. C. Penney's. . PLANT MAINTENANCE MAN With experience In hydraulics, electrical and welding for plastic injection molding plant. Apply in person at the personnel office, II. O. Cunfleld Co., Inc., Linwood lid., Malesburg^ III. ARE You over 30 and now working on large livestock farm? We ure looking for a married man with at least 5 years, full lime experience on a cattle and grain farm. Nice 2 story house. State nume and address of each employer in the past 0 years. Write Box 899, care Gaiesburg Register-Mall. SALESMAN - Married man, preferably with agricultural background, sales dealing with fanning and agricultural construction. Your salary will be detmnltied by a commission base. Your am hit Ion Is your limit, Phono 217833-2359 evenings. WORK for a ye;ir 'rountJ*"'horn* manufacturer. Carpenter crew* and eaiwntcrs wanted. "Alio <* M us>' aorn •enticw e .i rpcnterT" Call .) 19-355 5.179 >4> yam'"" (Continued on Page 3fi) t

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