Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 21, 1973 · Page 15
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 15

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, June 21, 1973
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illllillfiililliiN l 1 ill l wit Amtrak's New Engine Here Friday One of Amitrek's new locamo- tives — a .OOO-hofaepower, 100 miiles-petMuouir units — will pull into Galesburg Friday at 0:26 p.m. at the Sank Fe Depot on North Broad Street. The new beomotlvea go into service tomarrow, powering the Super Ohief between Chicago and Los Angeles. The train's oasittound run is expected here Tuesday at 10:10 a.m. The new locomotives are the first of 40 coming off production lines of 'the Electro-Motive Division dt Genenal Motors. In route, trains running between Chicago-Houston, Los Angeles- San Diego and Los Angeles- Seattle will get the new locomotives In the next few weeks. Each new unit replaces two 1,500 - horsepower locomotives, averaging 20 vears old, that have been hauling the Amtrak trains on these routes. The new locomotives are the first all-naw equipment Amtrak has received. However, they are not the only items on ordsr. Four iturbotrairts — including two French models — will begin addition to the Super Chief service late this summer on h/CUlf GENERAL ELECTRO CABBY" COOL! PORTABLE IWOMARCOWmOffR HASITSOWNHWUf! . • Automatic Th»rmo«lat-Vou hi*s) • chole* of 10 cooling comfort levtli to choose from • Carrying hindlo — Paaturet • luOgaoa-typ* built-in carrying Hindi* for eaiy portability • LEX AN (ft Case - Oulitds Caio virtually unbreakable, won't rutl — •verl • Eaiy-Mounl — Comet ready 16 IniLall with eaiy-mount cloiurn panelt 4O00BTU,115.V»)t,7-Amp. JUST 43-lbt. LIGHT Carry it anywhire... Plug ft in... it YWWtlltAN'OUTDOWl CAII AteiMsMftefit Wfcrrtirty aiMftl Elcolrlo LEXAN ouldMretlMMriyi ^Wrst/m.' pim tM Mrvtot linof rft-l l IQp wirunly u »lnn v minuf.eturlnQ d.ltel*. Other Models Available Convenient Terms Arranged BLACK BROTHERS APPLIANCE DEPT. MAIN & SEMINARY DOWNTOWN GALESBURG Amtrak's Chicago - Milwaukee and Chicago-St. Louis routes. Amtrak lias also ordered 15 new electric locomotives, which will go Into service next year. According to Amtrak, a number of safety and operating features Will make the new locomotives far more efficient than ttase in use now. These features Include: — New 1 silencing devices Bankers Attend Lending School At Illinois Stale Five bankers from the Galesburg area completed a course last week in agricultural lending at Illinois State University, Normal. More than 50 bankers from around the state took part in the third annual Agricultural Lending School, sponsored by the Illinois Bankers Assn. Designed specifically for the banker pursuing the field of agricultural lending, the week-long school covered all facets of farm-related loans. The school faculty consisted of well-known bankers with agricultural lending backgrounds, as well as representatives from related fie'ds such as industry, law and education. Area bankers graduating from .the school included Raymond L. Adolphson, Avon, Tompkins State Bank; James L. Wolfe, Knoxville, Farmers National Bank; Joseph B. Cobb, Rarltan, Raritan State Bank; Dale Re- gennltter, Roseville, Roseville State Bank, and Stephen R. Morris, Viola, Bank of Viola. Committee(Continued From Page 14) Which will make them the most quiet locomotives of this horsepower In the United States. — Special engineering features which will allow the new locomotives to emit far lower pollutants than the ones they replace. — Higher fuel and water storage capacity, enabling the locomotives to operate longer distances without servicing stops. Midland Coal Production Figures Given MMtend. Division of American Smelting & Refining Co. reported today that it produced 97,138 tons of coal in May. With its processing plant located In Victoria Township, Midland mined 142,428 pounds of coal In May 107i Overfall last month, Illinois mines produced 5,243,495 tons of coal, said Russel T, Dawe, director of the Illinois Depart ment of Mines and Minerals. According to the department's monthly coal production report, 48 mines reported 10,577 men on payrolls, an increase of 30 men over April's figures. Nineteen underground mines produced 2,857,457 tons of coal, and 29 strip mines produced 2,» 386,038 tons. Three mines In Fulton County produced 223,141 tons of coal In May, While Peoria County's three mines reported a total of 142,734 tons. Stark and Mercer counties, both with one mine, produced 36,004 tons and 5,252 tons, respectively. One fatal accident occurred in May, according to the department's casualty report, and 50 miners were injured during the month. Galesburg Register-Moil, Gqlesburg, 111, Thursday, June .21.,1373JS Summer Jobs for Young WMsh schools dm\m for the I Aeeftndiiftff tin Mm lfla .ftAt. "A I *~md\Mmt.tutiM** tM** schools closing for the summer months, thousands of young people under the »ge of 18 are looking ifor jdbs. The United States Department of Uftbor has prepared a leaflet, ouUinig «he kinds of lobs young' slers may hold. Accofditig to the leaflet, "A Message to Young Workers," a person at least 14, may work in a variety of ojbs In retail and ifood service or filling stations. Here arc some of the things ithey can do: -office and clerical work Pittsburgh Company Lands Rich Contract for Machine READ THE WANT ADS! A contract for more than $1 million to build and Install a stacker-reclaimer machine for a new power plant under cotv struction in Illinois has been awarded to Dravo Corp., Pittsburgh, Pa., -by Central Illinois Light Co. The itrench-type machine, which is primarily support of fosslMueled power generating stations, will be specially designed to handle both coal and crushed limestone. Coal will be used by the power company for its 400-megawatt unit at the Duck Creek site located In Fulton County The facility is expected to begin operation in early 1976. The limestone material, If used, will be dn slurry form to remove sulphur dioxide content from stack ©asses to meet state and-federal emission standards. The huge Dravo machine will be capable of automatically stacking incoming coal and limestone shipments and reclaiming the material from storage as needed at rates up to 2,000 tons per hour. Both coal and limestone supplies will be shipped by rail from southern Illinois and Indiana to the power station at the Duck Creek site, which is 26 miles southwest of Peoria •Mjashlertrag, eeiirtg, pries miartoiflg and fiagklng -©tearing vegeibawes and fruit —assembling orders, packing mi shelving -^bagging and carrying out orders -4M(Am work -deiafiUip work -car washing and poMlng —operaiHng am pump and other courtesy service. If you are at least 16- years old, you may hold any farm job except those itihat have been declared haaardous. At amy age, you may. —tJ&Hver newspapers —act or pediorm in motion pictures, iheaitrical, radio or television productions —4o mxfoamwkm agricultural, work outside school hours —work lor your parents In any job not obsailied as hazardous. READ THE WANT ADS1 BARGAINS ON USED Small Appliances OF ELECTRIC •M2 -MI13 129 E. MAIN LOSE WEIGHT OR MONEY BACK Odrlnex can help you become the trim slim person you want to be. Odrlnex is a tiny tablet and easily swallowed. Contains no dangerous drugs. No starving. No apecial exercise. Get rid of excess fat and live longer. Odrinex has been used successfully by thousands all over the country for 14 years. Odrlnex Plan costs $3,25 and the large economy size $5.23. You must lose ugly fat or your money will be refuncf- ed. No questions asked. Sold with this guarantee by: Hawthorne Drug Store — 15 E. Main. Mall Orders Filled. Adv. READ THE WANT ADS1 AIR-CONDITIONING 1973 FORD CARS *. WAGONS Plus An Additional Lokis Discount Read the Want Ads All Republican senators, with the exception of three who were absent, voted for >tfhe bill. The proposal fell three votes short of the number needed for Senate passage. If the bill is not voted on again, there is speculation that a bill calling for a workmen's compensation study commission will be passed. - EXAMPLE - NOW Union Optical Co. 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