Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 21, 1973 · Page 20
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 20

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, June 21, 1973
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20 Ga(esbura Register-Mp'l/ Galesburg, III. Thursday, June 21, 1973 Bushnell Seeks Part-time Letter Carrier * *» M BUSHNELL - Bushnell Postr toaster Dfln King announced today that he is accepting applications for a part-time carrier to fill a vacancy. All applicants, he said, will foe required to pass a written examination to be eligible for consideration. Interested persons should contact King for Jnore inforrnaM-on. Bushnell. Lions Club, will sponsor a chicken dinner Sunday at the VFW Park with serving from 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Proceeds will be used to finance community activities. Last year the money was used to help purchase backstops for the tennis courts.. Tickets for the din­ ner are available from Lions Ckib members or may be obtained at the event. Mariners Club of Bushnell Fiirst United Presbyterian Church will have its annual ice cream social June 28 from 5-7 p.m. on the church lawn. Funds f r o m previous socials have been used to decorate church rooms and support missionaries. This year the club sent $100 to young people who reside at Kemmerer Village at Assumption. Daniel Mazar, son of Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Ma2ar, Bushnell, was graduated recently from the University of Miami School of Law, Coral Gables, Fla. He is now employed by a Miami, Fla., law firm. Mazar was graduated from Knox College in 1971. Members of Lucile Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, draped the charter Tuesday night for William A. Rober, Elgin, a former grand patron of Illinois and for the late Mrs. Lou Klein, M _ T J Onil M2J JUJU MRS. JAY CLEMENS CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 560 W. Hurst St, Phone 772-2240 who had been a member of the Bushnei chapter since 1898. | She died May 25 in California. Mrs. E. Q. Lauterbach and Lyd.1 Stperry presided at the Masonic Temple. Pro tern of bull, Mervlfl Turner, Mrs. Jennie Moray and Mrs. Mary Virgin. Guest night will be observed Sept. 12 at 8 p.m. at the- temple. Next stated meeting will Two Robberies Are Reported in Galva Ificers wefe Mrs. Ruth Turn- be July 17 at 8 p.m. Mitchell Will Tell of Cover-Up: Paper s Ml » a as it «* «a A* •a m » Kit • *t f* K» M Tim Hasten Sez SPECIAL Jetzon ti 4 F78-14 & 15, G78-14 & 15 Gemini I Polyester W.W. for $9999 Plus Sales Tax & $2.00 ea. Mounting & Balancing Charge. S0UTHSIDE GULF 406 S. Chambers Galesburg ^ | ! GARDEN CITY, N.Y. , (UPI) — Former Attorney General John N. Mitchell is prepared to tell the Ervin committee that he authorized payments to the Watergate defendants in order to cover up the scandal until after the presidential election, Newsday said today in a copyright dispatch. Quoting "a source close to Mitchell," the report from the newspaper's Washington bureau said that Mitchell intends to deny flatly, however, that he approved a plan to put listening devices in the Democratic National Committee headquarters. Newsday reporter Anthony Marro, who signed the dis patch, wrote that the source said Mitchell would admit that knew about the cover-up March 30, 1972 at Key Biscaync, Fla. Sen. Sam Ervin, D-N.C, is chairman of the Senate investigating group. Magrudcr testified that Mitchell, after five of the Watergate conspirators were arrested, was a party to efforts spent by the committee on the bugging project and payments to the accused conspirators to keep them from implicating higher-ups. Newsday said Mitchell was reported to be unable to to cover up involvement of the implicate the President in Nixon re-election committee either the planning of the which allegedly included at- Watergate break-in or the later tempts to conceal large sums cover-up. Gallo Gunning Explained Cease-Fire Violations Are Down he plan and that he approved payments to the defendants to 'keep the lid on" until after the November election. A former deputy of Mitchell, Jeb Stuart Magruder, told the Senate committtee investigating the Watergate affair that Mitchell had approved bugging the Democrats during a meeting with men close to the White House and the Committee to Re-Elect the President on NEW YORK (UPI) - The Colombo survived but suffered severe brain damage. After the shooting, Luparelli said, Yacovelli became determined to assassinate Gallo and issued an "open contract" for his killing. The government says the plot to kill Gallo was put together at Y a c o v e 11 i's apartment in Nyack, N.Y. Aloi is accused of lying to a grand jury when he said he never went there. MALES' formal wear "In Stock Rentals" PHONE 309/342-5114 After Six, Lord West. Palm Beach, Register for Fruc Honeymoon to Las Vegas 10 Wesl Main SI.. Galesburg former bodyguard for reputed crime leader Joseph Colombo testified Wednesday that Joseph "Orazy Joe" Gallo was gunned down last year because he refused a $100,000 peace offer. Joseph Luparelli, who is now cooperating with the government, testified at the perjury trial of another Colombo family member, Vincent Aloi, in a Manhattan court, the peace offer was made in -an effort to prevent a war between the twoi crime families just after Gallo \T ^f%p k - rt TVIV* was released from prison, in | VC "M -iW.OH .Cy" 1971. Luparelli testified that Gallo's refusal "•automatically started tihe Gallo-Colombo war." The offer and the refusal both came before Colombo was shot down at an Italian-American Unity Day celebration he sponsored in Columbus Circle June 28, 1971, Luparelli said. Bandit Didn't KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN quart 4.19 3 for 12.00 KESSLER 5th $3.49 JIM BEAM 5th $3.99 GORDON'S GIN Quart $4.49 GORDON'S VODKA Quart $3.99 WINDSOR CANADIAN 5th $3.99 SUNNYBROOK Bourbon or Blend 5th $3.39 DIPLOMAT GIN or VODKA Quart $3.69 TEN HIGH 5th $3.49 GILBEY'S GIN 5th $3.69 GILBEY'S VODKA 5th $3.39 BEEFEATER GIN 5th $5.29 SMIRNOFF VODKA *3.99 SO Proof Sth HOUSE Of STUART SCOTCH 5th $3.99 J & B SCOTCH 5th $5.99 CHEQUERS SCOTCH Sth $5.99 BACARDI RUM 5th $4.19 B & B or BENEDICTINE 5th $7.99 LIMIT SOUTHERN COMFORT 5th $4.89 ZONIN ASTI SPUMANTg 5th $2.99 ZONIN COLD DUCK 5th $2.69 ~~ 6 PWA £ K 99* FALSTAFF 6 cS $1.00 TWO TAYLOR DINNER WINES Burgundy, Rhine Sauterne, Claret, Lake Country Red, Lake Country White, Lake Country Pink, Rose. 5th $1.69 PABST P c^ $2.19 SCHLITZ PACK CANS 12 p C A AK ks $2.39 ANDEKER PNA B c ? $1.69 BIG CAT MALT LIQUOR From Pabst 6 as? 99* BLATZ 8 P N A H C ? $1.19 BUDWEISER PACK CANS O CANS $1.19 STAG 24 BOTTLES $3.59 Plui Deposit Ad Prices Good Thurs. Night, June 21 thru Sat., June 23, 1973. 24 BOTTLES v 2,99 TAYLOR SAN GRIA 5th $1.69 TAYLoT ^ESsiRl Wines 5th $1.79 CIGARETTES Hog. or King Size «ft CQ Carton *0.03 100 M.M. Sire «n CO Carton *O.DO 24 PABST LOOSE $Q QQ CANS *\>.33 6 OLD STYLE P ^ SK 99* 6 DREWRYS cp ££ 99* 12 HAMMS P C^ C N K S $2,29 JACKSON, Miss. (UPI) - A I robber got $35 from the manager of a curb grocery Wednesday, then changed his mind. The manager said the man— armed with a pistol—threw the money back, saying he didn't want it. I That incident and two successful store robberies occurred within a one4iour period. Police said the same man could have been the bandit. SAIGON (UPI) - The South Vietnamese command said today there were only 65 Communist cease-fire violations in the 24-hour period ending at 6 a.m., the lowest since the same number was recorded May 31. The number of attacks has dropped steadily since the second cease-fire ^went into effect June 15. However, there was no indication the fighting would stop altogether. A similar drop in the number of incidents followed the original cease-fire on Jan. 28, but the fighting picked up again just before the second truce. Command spokesman Lt. Col. Le Trung Hien said the latest incidents included a battle near Kontum, 260 miles north of Saigon, that left seven Communists and one South Vietnamese [soldier dead. Two government troopers were wounded. There has been heavy fighting reported in the Kontum area of the Central Highlands for the last several days. Twenty-seven Communists and two South Vietnamese were killed and 58 government troopers listed as missing after a battle in the same general area just a few hours after the truce started last Friday. OFF On Chain Link Fence Fabric when you buy posts, top rails and fittings at Sears regular price OLD STYLE 12 P c^ K8 $2.19 NEW GEMEINDE BRAU The Special Beer ul the Am;in;i Colonies. 6 Pack $«|39 Cans „..._!! *DRE ~WRY5 24 BOTTLES $3.29 Plu» Deposit OPEN " SUNDAY 1 to 8 PM GALESBURG DRIVE-IN LIQUORS, INC. 1597 N, Henderson St. —- Galesburg, Illinois 11 gauge fabric galvanized to resist rust and damaging weather, your choice of 36, 48, 60 or 72 inches high to surround your family with protection. Ask for a free home estimate today. A Sears expert will measure your property and tell you exactly what it costs for a quality chain link fence for your residence. Guaranteed Insfallatoin Available ... Sears Authorized Installers j„ s t a || a jt 0 i, Guarantee ; will provide low cost in-, „ dfl , cU , hould appt „ ,„ j stallation of your Chain Inili nation workman- Link Fencing. Sears Guar-' shi P w » HLN «»• Y«« °' j . u . |, .• r siallolion, Sean will, upon ; antees ihe installation fori nollce Uom yoU( cauM ,* ch I one full year. j cUfoci* to be cori«ci«d. «t no j art for shrdlu cmfwyp vbgv additional co»». I Use One of Sear* Convenient Credit Plant GALVA — Two robberies Were reported in the Galva area last night. 'dice are investigating a bfeak4n At the A & W foot beer stand whefe a screen was ptiffoed 1ft it© gate entry. Among the items listed as missing arc $25 in cash, cigarettes, candy, fruit and cake. A' $200 robbery was reported at the White Wing Stables, north of (kite, this morning, A variety of small items were taken in the tiieit. The Henry County Sheriff's, Department is investigating the incident. Several new stop signs have been erected in Galva by the state. The new signs are located at Chester and Front streets, Southwest Second Street and Southwest Fourth Avenue for southbound traffic, and at Center Street and Southwest Fouth. Avenue for northbound traffic. Galva city officials were not notified prior to the posting of | the new signs. Winners in the sidewalk day pet parade included entries in the dog class by Sue Howe, first place, Megan Libby, second place, and Diane Mason, third. Winners for their entries in the cat division were Mary Ken- Galva MRS, SUSAN HEPNER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 24 NE Third Ave. Phone 932-2725 dall, first place, April Lander, second, and Jim Hardy, third. A boa constrictor won first place in the miscellaneous category for Rob Lander. Angie Segura won second place for her goat "Billy/' and Dawn Abbott won third place with her guinea ipjg. There were 28 entries in the three categories. Airs. Duane Sternberg was recipient of the microwave oven presented during the afternoon by Galva merchants. Popular Returns With the popular return of saddle shoes and brightly colored oxfords, look for the return of angora bobby socks. This time they come in anything but white. 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