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1 (Safesbur isfer-Mail. Golesburg, I IF. •ffiii^iilii iilliiiiiiitlli >»ai^»^Tiiil 1 i w '>M >iiiiniin ^<iiwiiHMMiM iiiinitifrrrtnaifrHM Fridoy, June. 22, 1973 c IS — r ;» t re/a Weather and River Stages lan mmission Tt.UNOTS: Fnlr -tonight Saturday nnd wnrmer; lows 00«, high* low l)0«, nnrUy *unny north, mostly mmny Monday Partly cloudy unci hoi; south; warm. Low tonight AOs north, Iowa mostly 70s, highs low Ma. upper fins to low 60s south. High TuWdAy partly cloudy «nd A IIUI A lurclny mostly Ms. cooler with chance of | showers north, fnlr nnd hot south; lows upper AOs WESTERN ILUNOTS: Fnir tonight nnd low 70s, high* mid to upper nnd Saturday. Low tonight around AOs north, low 00s south, Saturday mostly AOs. 60. High Saturday mid 80s. I I By NORMA CUNNINGHAM (Staff Writer) MACOMB - The West Central Illinois Council of Regional Public Officials (WCICRPO) has gone on record opposing a proposed merger with the Southeast Iowa Planning Commission. Representatives of the Illinois council, at a meeting Thursday in Macomb, voted 12-1 in favor of a resolution opposing any consolidation with the Iowa gency. The action rescinded a motion adopted by the council a month ago calling for meetings between the two groups' executive The resolution not to pursue the merger was introduced by Douglas Bergmann, a Knox County representative to the council. "Knox County is not in favor of contributing funds or manpower into any merger," he said, summing up his conversations with other Knox County Board members. Canton Mayor Robert Jennings echoed Bergmann's comments. "This organization was set up for the benefit of the six counties. There are enough lowing the vote that the motion does not preclude informal discussion between the two groups, fasked. "But it does indicate that the council wants the effort directed he said. Wes seeking funds do not need this council's okay?" Bergmann problems here without going out ... , , , ,of the state for more." He said committees to explore some type the Fu i ton county Board also Of agreement. Dr. Donald W. Griffin, West ern Illinois University's representative to the council, said executive committee members met last Friday night at Keokuk, Iowa, and discussed forming a non-profit corporation. Griffin cast the dissenting vote at yesterday's meeting. would not support any merger. Speaking against the motion, Griffin said it would close the door on mutual cooperation. "That's what we want to do," Bergmann responded. Dr. Don Wills, a Warren Coun ty represen t a ti ve who chaired the meeting, said fol- toward the region/ WCICRPO includes Knox, Warren, Henderson, Hancock, McDonough and Fulton counties. Not At Present Gmiififin reported to members •iteit the coumcirs request to be designated as a clearing house lor all appiiraiUxms tor state and federal grants in the G-couaty brought a reply tat the council could mat prosenltly be given tfahait power. Rfctatti Gale, WCICRPO director, said that fohe state is resenltily itihe cfoaring house for all apipfoatais for federal funds, and sfaould She council be given the deisagraation in the future, ilt would bring (the review of applioalbi'ons to fthe local level. "Does that mean tot coun- Aifiter discussion, Bergmann isfeM he would submit Knox Ooimfty's request for (federal funds iftxr <a remedial reading program at Wre Mary Davis Home diirecfhly without going through WCICRPO to see what happens. "Even if WCtORPO were given the A195 designation -as tihe clearing house, the system isn't foolproof," Gale said. On a roll call vote, member countieis approved a $76,134 budget for the coming year. Salaries for a director, communications cofomdiniaftor, (two part-time associate planners, la secretary and research assistants total $55,428; beneiffits such as in- nd iFtt'OA -tax total in Biinaoce $3,721, operating costs -amount to $11,350, «md ithe contingency- fund is $5,635. Stewart Schrodt, Department oif Local Government Affairs representative, told .the council that a cutback in federal funds will probably mean that WCICRPO will not receive the $40,000 it ted lamtidpated. In addition to that amount, contributions are apportioned 'among Fulton County md Can* ton, $4,189; Hancock County, $2,365; Mendcsrston County, $845; Knrox County and Galesburg, $6,128; MriDonough County and Macomb, $3,665; Warren County and Monmouth, $2,159; Western Illinois University, $9,063 in cash and in-kind-services, and the Depattibmemt of Housing and Urfaan Devetopmenlt, $7,720, IOWA: Mostly fair with warming ... , ^ . (rend tonight and Saturday. Low A Hancock County represents- tonight son north, around efi south, tive sadd some tenons in his gHSi m northeasl ' 80s courtly were dissaitlstied because the council failed to pass a resolution supporting Ihe eon -|J °w tinuaalce of Robert Morris Col LOCAL WfiAfHEft Noon temperature, 70; mornings maximum, 80"; minimum, SO.) Sun 57. sVcy clftar. (Thursday's rose today at 5:31 a.m., seta at 8:32 lege at Carthage. The council (P- m - _ Another Year During ithe roll call, Henderson and Hancock counties and the Monmouth representative indicated they wefle voting to continue in the organization "another year." Insurance BLMWOOD voted instead to abide by the decision of the Board of Higher Education. Speaking for Monmouth, WilbnTyi ^/^ff said that city is unalterably op- lx ' v * J * /L posed to any bi-state organization, He said the city will look for results next year at budget Ume. "There had better be concrete results, or we will take a different tack," he said. In other business, the council agreed to the appointment of a special committee to consider transportation' planning. Persons outside the council will be appointed to the committee as the fi rs t steo toward increased EXTENDED FdftfiCAST ILLINOIS; Sunday mostly sunny mvEn STAGES Dubuque— 10.0 rise 0.1 Davenport— 10.0 fall O.ft Burlington— 13,2 fall 0.6 Keokuk—ii ,7 fall o.a Quiney— 15,2 fall 0.7 Grafton— 19.7 flflft 0.1 Alton— 20.5 fall O.fl St. Louis— 26.0 fall 0.7 Cape Girardeau— 31,5 rise Lasalle— 21.4 fall 0.5 Peoria— 18.7 rise 0.5 Havana— 18,6 rise 0.3 Beardstown— 18.2 riae 0.3 St. Charles— 10.4 fall 1.9 0.7 Yiates nee Arrives Awaited A new aimibubniqe, purchased by the and ElttDWtood (BYE) Ambulance 5 step citizen participation group's activities. in the Oity Service Inc., has ainnived but-is raft yelt in use. Kiejitih Morse, Etowootd, one of. (the jiromoters otf the n«w service, said today thalt siame insurance deteiils must be wttrked out ibeitore the vefaWe can be used. He .staid the am- bulianice iwtiM probably be (put in service earfly next week. Moanutoife oailfe are being an/aide in aniolimr ambulance being operalted by Elmiwtowd firemen on a ftmpomcy basis unlder the dSiiredtdon of BYE. iRatibeirson Ir%iieriai Mame, Eton- iwoad, which operated the service tor Ithe communilbies for latbouit tour deoaideis, discontinued fthe prfogiriam June 1. •Moroe siaid ithfait so fer about $12,500 has been raisted (from vainiouis sources, indudiing a door-to-door campaign COPE Head Start Seek A new tociaifion may be in itihe otfifing tor COPE-eeiaid Start, ithe facial pre-school tor cultural- Jy ditsaidviainteiged chilidren. Pre^chfofol board miembers reported ihiave Thursday night requested use otf they two rooms at ffi'bcteock Elementary SctooJ, 683 N. Oherry'St. A tanmiai request will be considered by (the Gateburg Board of Eduaafcn alt a mieeifcg July 9, Vincent Laird, director of curriculum, staid today. "I feel sure ibhe board will approve it," Laird commented. "As oif right now I see no problem ait all." Since 1969 ifoe preschool has operated alt Oarver Community Center at Depoit and Berrien sitireete, but becafuse the center is used by ithe community, preschool equLpmeot had to be •moved each night. Charles Linn, president of (tihe board of COPE, said the new location was sought so draining equipment could be permianenitly ]io>ciated. Linn, in other business, informed the board he wuold obtain a legal opinion on the use of revenue sharing funds for Location Change (Midland Suit the preschool. The City Council The board Isait night also was S O iWV&llUcltC last tmondh received a legal informed Ht will receive some m Oitv A'ttv. Jack new eautomenit from federal T in 1 opinion ifrom Oity A'tfcy. Hanlon sibaifting the school was ineligible for revenue shares it had requested because it is a private corporation. Because of the legal opinion $9,000 originally allotted the pre-schod in the revenue sharp­ ing budget was listed under the heading of services tor the poor amd aged. At this point it is uncertain whether or not the council will use tiie money for the school. The board teat night also was informed ill will receive some new eq uipme nt from fed era 1 Health, Eduicafeito and Welfare funds. Among ithe materials is a 16-mffitaefcr film projector and screen, a if dais t aid kit, typewriter, iile cabinet and equipment for a toy lending library. A new member was elected Thursday to serve on the board for three years. She is Mrs. Gary 'Morrow, 612 W. Second Si. She fils the varany left by Phyiiis -Heims who is moving from Galesburg. alidate various sources, induding a and a benefit coumbry musac show, to support the new program. "We hope to reach $20,000," he said. The present BYE ambulance drivers have received defensive driving and Mt aid toaiininig. However, drivers must aiifend 'additioniail toining sessions in the Mure, (Mbrse said. Land Standard <jVot Needed 9 Knox Stockdale Mails Charge On 2 POWs WASHINGTON (UPI) Pentagon sources said they expected misconduct charges to be filed today by Rear Adm. James V. Stockdale against two fellow officers held with him in North Vietnam prisoner of war camps. Sources said the charges—the first brought against officers who were POWs — had been He re Is L is t of Graduates Sandburg College require- Fr Here is a list of the 1973 graduating class members of Carl Sandburg Junior College were awarded degrees commencement mailed to Navy Secretary John Warner from Stockdale 's home in Coronado, Calif. The two men accused who during exer cises Wednesday night at the Galesburg High School auditorium. ASSOCIATE IN ARTS Mary Ann Sullens Bailey, Gales- Michele Suzette Bailey, bur burg; Richard Lee Bhear, London Mills; Virginia Georgette Bodeen, Altona; Max Gerald Boynton, Galesburg; Lynette Kay Brooks, Galesburg; Alice June Young Bunn, Monmouth; Helen Lucille Anjal Calhoun, Monmouth; Rebecca Rae Carlson, Galesburg; Bernard Vincent Carroll, Galesburg; Richard Dean Conner, Galva; Mitchell Fredrick Cooper, Oquawka. ""Michael Max Cutler, Carthage; Thomas Lester DeMoss, Galesburg; Galesburg; Warren Joseph Bank' Neal Edwin Donovan, Knoxville; Monmouth; Kirk E. Barton, Gales- James Harrison Frakes, Galesburg; burg; Walter Alan Bettisworth, ™ Galesburg; Jerry Edward Bindel, Galesburg; Darrell Allen Black, Knoxville; Terry Joseph Bradford, Kewanee; Thomas Daniel Walker Sr., Knoxville; Mary Frances Wallick, Galesburg; Susan Elizabeth Becker Welty, Monmouth; Barbara Anne Whalen, Colchester; Leland Herbert Whitsitt Jr., Knoxville. ASSOCIATE IN GENERAL STUDIES Debra Sue Bloomer, Maquon; David Wayne Burgdorf, Biggsville; William Remley Darmer, Abingdon; Lugene Finley Jr., Galesburg; Dorothy A. Klein Flinn, Galesburg; L. Greg Florence, Monmouth; Stephen Harold Goad, Galesburg; Stephen Leroy Hoffman, Galesburg; Garry Richard Kubis, Galesburg; Marilyn Belle McKee Lehning, Galesburg; Liana Rae , Lyons, Rio; Ralph Laverne Miller, Galesburg; Randy Rae Niebuhr, Wil- 'Teresa Ann Engholm, Galesburg; Jerry Lew Friend, Galesburg; Mark Dennis Georges, Camp Point; Alfred Allan Hayden, Galesburg; Hel- Galesburg; Roger Michael ~ Butler' 1 en Catherine Harris Helgeson, i Abingdon; Charlene Marie Carlson Yates City; Steve Lee Hildebrand, M . cl _ „ _ 4 . by i CarbSnda e; Charlotte Ann Carlson' Gillespie: Roselea Lillian Tate ^msfield; . Susan Renee Potts, cu t i i A it * TI n iMGalesburg- Sandra Evelyn Carlson Hoane * Knoxville; Mary Frances Camp Point; Ronald Edward Wil- S l OCkdale Were Marine Lt. Col. loneida; Cwci!L Lou G^dln ffl'iHutchlson. Galesburg; Elaine Ro- *™ : Edison Wainright Miller, 41 f |Gaiesburg. ' iSe R Sif hn cokheff a: judZ Tustin, Calif.; and Navy Capt.|c5SS? ^ a rKS- ^^£il^n ft . S ^^.leSuffi Hopkins Walt E. Wilber, 43, Columbia Pa. Both, like a- Cross Roads, Pa. Both, Stockdale, were pilots. Sources said Stockdale's for- Wavne Deal n.a1#»«hnrtf Aj J f,l,lc niLK5 ivxiian, L *aiesourg E S^nlnnfhffi Mary Boberg Mitchell, Galesburg. Ronald James Edmonson, Abingdon; Shirlev Ellen Egbert Strong-' J* 1 "*^ /vrtnur ivioore, uaiesourg hu"st; L. Greg ^or^n^ce, Mon- Ij 0 ^?^ 1Morss ^ Washington; mouth; Kenneth Robert Bloomington; Mildred Louise Carr Galesburg; Joel Wright Jr., Toulon. COSMETOLOGY Shirley Ann Pettus Bledsoe, Galesburg; Elouise Luann Boo ton, Ford, Knoxville; LouAnne Friich- mal r *har0P<? wprp pxnprtpd tn! tenicnt - ^ ew Windsor; Christine! mai tnarges were expeciea 10 Sue Frltz§ Ga i eS burgr; Robert Brett reach the Pentagon late this af- Goad, Galesburg; Henry Eugene Garrison, Marietta; James Edward Gilson: Carol Ann Craig, LaFayette; Cheryl Elizabeth Davis Dagan, F %° kn "! Roger "Bert Nelson, North Hender- £ a3esbur & : ^? ne T Louise Eyler, P^^son; Mary K. Shunick Niles, Alexis; Monmouth; Betty Lou Clark Holt, Beverly Ann Nolan, Colchester; Oneida; Patricia A. Johnson, Mon- Caroi Lorraine Hill Ohier, Oquaw- ternoon. Wait-See Gustafson, Galesburg; Thomas David Hepburn, Galesburg, John Jay Herbst, Macomb; Norman L. Hollenberg, Galesburg; Charles Robert Hutson II, Galesburg; Charlene Marie Hyman, Galesburg; Michael E. Johnson, Galesburg; Paula J. Johnson, Galesburg; Charles Lee Landon, Galesburg; Michael Thomas Mackey, Galesburg; Patrick Lyle Galesburg; Elmer James Mason, Galesburg; Robert Leon Mason, Gaiesburg; Patricia J. Clark Mathers, North Henderson; Ann Eileen Matthews, Tennessee, III. John Stanley McNaught, Galesburg; William Everett Mettler, Monmouth; Thomas Lynn Miller, Monmouth; Anita Kay Olson, Altona; Larry Wayne Peck, Galesburg; Gary Lee Pierson, Monmouth; John Michael Pogue, Galesburg; Philip Lee Polite, Galesburg; I Mary Ann Rice, Cameron; Anita ! Fay Ohren Romlne, Monmouth; Gary Keith Romine, Monmouth; •. y~% „ i mu « rt j rt «A (Dolores Irene Anderson H o w e, Air Force Col. Theodore j Galesburg; John Patrick Shea, "Until we actually receive the material Stockdale mailed, we won't know what his charges are and whether they are in a legally acceptable form," one source said. "You can't really say charges have been filed until they are received and examined." It was the second time released POWs had been accused of misconduct while captives. The first charges were brought May 29 against eight enlisted men — five from the Army and three from the Marine Corps— by Guy, also a released POW. [Knoxvuie. J . i 1U , , ,i I Kim P. Stamper Lyon, Ga es- S5UrC«S Said they expected the burg; Karen B. Stokes. Galesburg; rhareps bv Guv and bv Stock- Eu 8 en e James Sullivan, Galesburg; cndifcea uy uuy dim uy DIULK George Michael Terry, Kirkwood; dale to be the Only Ones filed. Louise June Clifton Wilietts, Gales- Who Else? bure ka; Cynthia Sue Olin, Galesourg; Janet Eleanor Peterson, Galesburg; Alice Lorraine Root Rice, Williamsfield; Betty J. Overmohle Schmltt, Monmouth; Connie Ann Desollar Seaborn, Knoxville; Katherine S. Morse Sharpshair, London Mills; William Raymond Sheppard, Cameron; Michael Stephen Shragal, Galesburg. Anthony Louis Singer, Galesburg; Joseph M. Spencc, Galesburg; Sandra Kay Stephenson. Alexis; Peggy Arlene Stevens. Galesburg; Sandra Maritz.'F. Waldeck Stratton, Indianapolis, Ind,; LouJse Horner Tomlinson, mouth; Jean Jean Frank Kostelecky, Galesburg; Margaret Ann Mc- KilUp Kostelecky, Galesburg; Eileen Mary Van-DeVoorde Mahany, Willlamsfield; Roberta Teresa Rodgers Martinson. Galesburg; Cheryl Darlene Derry Martz, Abingdon; Katherine Yvonne Mattson, Monmouth: Betty Carole Rittenhouse Pearce, Mon- Attonieys for Midland Coal Co. today filed suit in County Circuit Court against the county and its zoning Board of Appeals, asking the court to declare invalid parts of the coumty's reclamation ments for mined- land. The court action climaxed a series of unsuccessful attempts by the coal company and the Krox County Board to come to terms on how the mining company would leave strip-mined land when it was finished. The coal company, which owns -the Mecco Mine near Victoria, the only mining operation, in the county, has called the county's requirements for land reclamation "unreasonable." The coun- to relax the ap- ty board has refused the standards set by peals board. The requirements, included in a conditional use permit issued by the county, are more stringent than land reclamation requirements outlined in Illinois statutes, which the coal miners say they will meet. John J. Sense, Midland president, said today in a press release that the court action was taken after the county failed to relax the standards despite at- to talk at dinner!tempts at accommodation with county officials. Heart Association Jjf lng the reclama ' i011 sla *>- County Tax Fee Gone for Good? Illinois counties lost the right to charge other taxing bodies for collecting their taxes when the'state adopted a new constitution in 1970. And in now, Knox County town- told ship supervisors were Thursday night, legisMon that would have reinstated that power "is gone," at least during the current General Assembly session. P aul Bitaciienaur, executive secretary of the Illinois Assn. of County Boards, said another 'bill may be introduced when may the legislature re "I convenes next Richard A. Koebler have talked to the governor about collection costs, and he said it wasn't needed — that coun ties could use revenue sharing funds instead," Bitsdie- naur told the supervisors. "There are a lot of legislators against such a bill, but they iare associated with school boards of school districts." Knox County lost some $360,000 a year when the con- install voting machines, but no money," complained Roger Sei- boildt, Copley Township supervisor. Bitsohenaur said that if the legislature enacts a property tax freeze at the 1973 'level, counties would lose more money. He told the group that a bill which would require mining firms to pay taxes in the county in which minerals were extracted, rather than at the point of sale, had been passed and was now waiting the governor's signature. The bill could give Knox County as much as $70,000 for coal which is mined in the county, according to one supervisor. Other pending legislation reviewed included a provision to extend the term of supervisors from 1975 to 1977; redistricting townships of less than 126 square miles or valuation of less than allow 41 Annual Meeting Is Set June 27 The Knox County Heart Association's annual meeting and vounteer awards dinner will be held at Club 19 June 27 at 6:30 to Mrs. Vernon See 'Graduates "unreasonably necessarily said they ' and un- stringent," Sense conditions 9 (Continued on Page 13) impose not reasonably required for effective reclamation of the mined lard.'' Sense particularly objected to a clause calling for removal of the top six feet of earth before mining operations, $6 million; provision to the collecting county to keep m , r , u . uu . , ,some portion of an inheritance stltutional prohibition on charg- tax; and ing for extending and collecting taxes became effective. By comparison, the county received $260,000 in f e der al re ve n ue sharing funds during the first year of that program. 'But No Money' a provision which would allow townships to contract with each other to use revenue sharing funds for a common goal. There are a lot of things in the hopper, but it will all take Si "We don't know of anyone else who is seriously considering j ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE Charles Joseph Allarding, Knoxville; John Arnold Ballentine, Galesnurg; Timothy Joseph Coley, bringing Charges Of pi'lSOn Camp I Galesburg; Roit Mark Oillett, Avon; mi«nnrwWt '» nno cnttpno «aiH i David Prult Higbee, Biggsville; miSCOndUCt, One SOU -lCe Saia .iR 0se lea Lillian Tale Hoane. Knox- SfOCkdale, 49, brought his 'V* lle ; Robert A Moore. C.itU^mn': . ' . ° . Daniel Lee Parke, Galesburg; Gert 'hargCS against Senior career aid Dean Pica. Abingdon: Charts officers. Miller has 21 years in Conspiracy Scott County, Iowa, Sheriff Files Charge Against Agent DAVENPORT, Iowa (UPI) - Scott County Sheriff William Stout Thursday filed a ctarge of conspiracy against Iowa Bureau of Criminal Investigation agent Michael Marlon, who led the probe ttefc promoted cnmiml charges filed sigainst Stout in Arkansas. Stout owns a farm in Arkansas and was oha/rged May 3 wiSh possession of a laiwn tractor and rental (trailer that were allegedly stolen in Iowa, The charge against Martin now is based on < ! he filing of the charge against the sheriff of holding a stolen rental trailer, according to Stout. He maintains he has a renOal contract for the trailer. Officials said it R. Plympton, president. A dinner wiljl precede the meeting, and reservations shouldjh^rt be made with Nancy Shover, R.N., at the Cottage Hospital's coronary care unit no later than , - , th e cooperation of township su- c*™. ueiuru ujmmuiMui, \ A 2\*± the|pervisors and county hoard and. its replacement when min-i State to d ° * cse l*e memhew," the speaker said, in^ is completed. Sense claimed the company t( made every effort to ful- i-ts obligations as a good corporate citizen." fill Dividend Ceiling Is Relaxed WASHINGTON (UPI) - The administration has relaxed its June 25. Persons interested in i>' zoning administrator, today ithe work of the organization or!said he could not comment on the evening's program are in- Robert Masterson, Knox Coun-.voluntary ceilings -on dividend Ivited, Mrs. Plympton said. r Richard A, Koebler of Springfield, Illinois Heart Association the suit until he had a chance to study it and confer with Re­ payments. It said the restrictions worked a hardship on the nation's 31 million shareholders, especially older persons torneys representing the county, who depend heavily on income Masterson, however, pointed if rom common stocks and other out that if the courts ruled in iboard of directors chairman, \villj f „, t *u i J ;be featured speaker. He is ^oroMhe coal company and 1 1 a, sfmck down the local reclama-l tion requirements, the scheduled to discuss a plan for Heart Fund volunteers both in j the area of fund-raising and programs. securities. The liberalized Under the previous guideline, a part of the economic stabilization program, corpora- liens were asked to limit the increase in dividends each year to no more than 4 per cent above the previous year. Now, the CID says companies requirements, the county announced could appeal the decision to a (Committee higher court. Midland Coal Co. is a division mjirlPlinpq ma y choose bet ween this rule burnetii!!*, and another that aHows djvi _ Thursday by . the Interest Street ( II OMM I on interest and Dividends (CID), are expected n , „ ,to snap the stock market out of at American Smelting and Re -j a five-month dend payments up to the average of the payout ratio on the five-year periods 1968-1972. firing Co. (ASARCO). slump. The administration also hopes they valid • Stockdale' (Continued on Page 13) , Louiso Knohler Srnont, Galcjsburjr, IKnbttrt Ku«ene Wilson. C;alcsl)ur« IASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE | Carl LeHoy Adolphson, Knox- i villc; Marcus Hnymoiul Barber, •Galesburg; Larry P. Benson, Galcs- vv; r i.s ropori- ed s\o\an May 2, toe day before BCI agents executed search warrants and charges were filed. S:rc-ul also has filer! a $500,000 suit a'gaimj presiden-t of the U-Haul Trailer Renlal Co. of Ka.siem Iowa, copending that Morrow filed a falsa stolen report of the trailer to police to "invoke criminal charges" against Stroul. , Galesburg dc-| Jhe land m question Jnvolves ;wi| , hfi , attract more Jt , { e works, an.;h 0 acres-500 which are tillable,! Wa „ Slrcet and t ^ t nit South Men-'-M ^re.s currently m pasture, Hl(l Trfi;isnrv fhliq hr «nr/!nrr *hn , \iV.v. Morrow, Ka.siem James Morrow i : rector of publi nounccd (oday that aouin nen-- u " «w «-•••> ^uuvuuy m IMMUIV^ Treasury thus bringing the derson Street wil.l be closed be- ? » nd 40 acres in roads and ditch-; federal twecn Accommodation and Sixth - c * s - 4 streets beginning Monday, street will be closed weeks for balance. budget closer into ARE YOU UP TO A BENELLI FULLER CYCLE SALES 021 S. Chambers Si. 342-15H or 343-3595 faring, ho said. se vei «i | widening and resur-' HOI. iUi\t\ SpOlH NEW YOIIK (UPI) 1'he Two More School Districts May Join CSC ! higliest temperature reported to . Ihi* National Weather Service Thursday excluding Alaska and Hawaii was 116 Palm dogr Calif. ' at The boards of education of Dallas City School District 336 and Carthage School District 338 have passed resolutions indicating a desire to annex to Carl Sandburg Junior College District 518, Sandburg President fiJtis Henson announced Thurs- 4ay- The two school districts bring to 11 the total number of high school districts recently favoring annexation to Carl Sandburg College. The resol utions of Hi e t wo boards follow closely the recom­ mendation of the Hancock County Junior College feasibility study committee which recommends that Hancock County school' boards pass resolutions showing their preference for Carl Sandburg College. '' We have been impressed with the scope and quality of the program offered by Carl iSandburg College and feel that a union with them would be in 'he best interests of the students of the Hancock County school districts." the committee ojjimendation reads. rec- Kesolutions requesting annexation must be forwarded to the Illinois Junior College Board for approval. The Hoard of Education of La- Harpe School District 335, also in Hancock County, passed a resolution favoring annexation to Sandburg prior lo the Junior College feasibility study committee's recommendation. Other h.jih school districts in Hancock CVwUv are Hamilton 3'2U, Nauvoo-Colusa 325, Plymouth 3i'J, low Southeastern 337, and Warsaw Other high which have resolutions was Springs, Calif. Today's! was 37 degrees at Laramie, school districts passed annex a- recently requesting tion to Carl Sandburg are: ilose- v'lle District 200 and Alexis District 400, both in Warren County; Bushnell-Prairie City District 170, Colchester District 180, industry District 165 and Northwest District 175, all in McDonough County, and Southern District J20 and Union District 175 County. Oquawka b'jlh in Henderson To STEIN'S For SOMETHING TO FILL THE EMPTYNESS PIERCED EARRINGS In Your Ears. All Colors All Shapes. Large Selection. FROM All Styles 1.00 Leo Stein & lions, In JEWELRY DEPT. E. MAIN ST. Downtown Galesburg V

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