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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 5

Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, June 22, 1973
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Lawmen Attend Police Association Meet Golesburg Register-Mail, Galesburg, Friday; June 21, 1973 5 BTjRJttMSLTi — Western lilli- Wcclnastlay nfght far members nois law enitorcemcnifi officials fwvm a fl-cotmty area Aittended a mooting of the Frontier Division, IililJnois Police Assn. Wednesday - ait B ushnolil. from Bushncll, Quin- oy, Mount Sterling, Barry,-Macomb, Carthage ami Bland!ns- vllilc gathered, at the VFW Hall ifor the 1-day event. Sixty-nine persons were present Including McDonouigih County Circuit Count Judge U. S. Collins, Eugene McCance, past command-' er of Bushnell VFW Post 1422 and Ronnie Cassclil, the present commander. George Kinigery, Macomb, the chairman, conducted the meeting during which the results of a pistol shoot were given, Trophies were awarded. Other division officers include Kendall Hcaton, vice chairman, and Theodore Harrison, secretary- treasurer, both of Macomb. The division, which includes McDonougih, Hancock, Solium ler, Brown, Adams and Pike counties, is a fraternal organization with 300 active and associate members. Ms purpose is to help improve working conditions and department relationships. Next month's meeting has been tentatively scheduled in Hancock County. Final plans were made of BuishneM Assembly, Order of Rainbow for Girls, who will attend the Grand Assembly July Jr2 at Chicago. Marl anno Thrasher, worthy adviser, presided at the regular meeting at the Masonic Temple. Miss Thrasher and Su annc Hess will be members of the grand choir at the assem bly. Becky Howe and Cheryl Ham will be co-editors of the Rainbow News. Others planning to attend include Pat Nelson, Mrs. Nancy Weaver, Miss Mae Muilr, Mrs. Janet Thrasher and Mrs. W i 1 m a Hess. The group will meet June 30 at a.m. at the Masonic Temple for departure. Pat Nelson, grand service in Illinois, attended the Missouri Grand Assembly last week and reported on activities there. Kathy Thrasher and Debra Taylor gave reports on the Rainbow Camp they attended and prospective members has been scheduled July 10, Final details Willi be announced later. After the meeting, a parly was held for fathers and other guests. Games were played and Melvin Weaver led the group in square dancing. Kathy Shanklin provided piano music. Refreshments were served •by Debra Taylor and Becky Knott. Work schedule for McDonough District Hospital Branch III Auxiliary has been announced for the following week: Monday morning—coffee shop, Miss Kathy Fayhec and Mrs. Thelma Curtis; Thursday morning—coffee shop, Mrs. Doris Chaffee and Mrs. Dolores Smith; gift shop, Mrs. Jeanne Rhodes; mail and flowers, Mrs. Kathy Stinson and Mrs. Bessie Payne, and children's services, Mrs. Betty Theobald; aftcrnoon-igift shop, Mrs. Ruth Turnhull; imfor- BUSHNELL MRS. JAY CLEMENS CORRESPONDENT I Home Address: 560 W. Hurst St Phone 772-2240 With Friends Like This Who Needs Enemies? maition desk, Mrs. Lula Black; paper and errands, Mrs. Alice Grabcr; evening — information desk, Mrs. Vcima Miller, and Friday morning — coffee shop, Mrs. Mary Crcasey and Mrs. Betty Walton, and afternoon— coffee shop, Mrs. Kathryn Acklam. List Services First Baptist — Virgil Kelly, interim pastor. Church sohool at 0:15. Worship at 10:30. Sermon: "With a Great Sum Obtained I This Freedom." Serv ice at 7:30. Sermon, "Old Shoes." Christian—Tom Baird, minis- Iter. Bible school at 9:45. Wor­ ship at 10:45. Youth and adult Bible study at 6:30. Service at 7:30. United Methodist—Allen Mar rett, pastor. Church school at 9:20. Worship at 10:30. First United Presbyterian— Ralph W. Adamson, pastor. Worship at 9:30. Corporation meeting at 1.0:30. Pack trip orientation at 3 p.m. POINT MUGU, Calif. (UPI) — Two civilian test pilots flying a $20 million Navy jet fighter shot the aircraft down with one of its own missiles, according to the Navy. The Grumman F14 Tomcat crashed in flames into the Pacific Ocean Wednesday about 70 miles southwest, of the Naval Air Station here. The crew, Grumman em­ ployes, parachuted safely and were picked up from the water by a Navy helicopter. A Navy spokesman said Thursday that while the Tom­ cat was test firing an unarmed Sparrow missile "the missile did not clear the aircraft sufficiently and struck the bottom of the fuselage." A Grumman spokesman noted that Grumman did not make the missile or its firing system. The Navy has suspended firing the Sparrow missiles from F14s until the cause of the accident is determined. Galva MRS. SUSAN HEPNER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 24 NE Third Ave. Phone 932-2725 Announcement BELT0NE HEARING AID SERVICE, INC. is happy to announce the opening of their new office at 314 Bondi Bldg. - Galesburg, III. Hours 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday thru Friday FREE ELECTRONIC HEARING TEST IN YOUR HOME OR OUR OFFICE BELT0NE Hearing Aid Service 314 Bondi Bldg., Galesburg, Illinois Phone: 342-5166 Wm. Royer, owner Carl P. Williams, Gen. Mgr. Post Office May Be Closed During Evenings, Remodeling GALVA—The Galva Post Office may be closed some evenings during the current remodeling program, Postmaster Raimason Smith has announced. Remodeling plans call for expanding the lock box department to a total of 202 boxes and moving it toward the front of the building. The service lobby will be at the immediate front of the building and letter drop boxes will also be located at the front. The postmaster's office will be moved to the rear of the department and new floors and lighting will be added. E. W. Houghton Lumber Co. in Galva holds the 90-day contract for the work. Smith said that lock box rents are now due and asked that customers rent ithem for one recently at Sunrise Lodge, Lake Blopminigton at Blooimington. A party for Rainbow girls quarter year rather than for a whole year. He explained that after the renovation of the lock box department different sized boxes at different prices will be offered. The Galva Park District has initiated a girls' softball program. About 25 girls from 12 to 35 years of age have already signed up for the program. Rev. Allan Mason will manage .the program which will begin .with several intra-squad games. Opponents from other towns may be played later. The annual Grace United Methodist Church Sunday School picnic will be held July 1 at noon in Washington Park. Plans were made at a recent meeting of the United Methodist Women of the Grace Church for the annual ice cream social July 6 to be held on the church lawn. Mrs. Joe Collinson and Mrs. Henry Erwin were named co-chairmen. There will be no meeting of the women's group July 6 due to the planned event. The Illinois Division of the See Tost'(Continued on Page 13) LOUIE'S LIQUORS 41 S. Seminary Phone 342-4515 OPEN 8 A.M. TILL MIDNIGHT OPEN SUNDAY 1 to 8 P.M. READ THE WANT ADS! tFOUR ROSES or ANTIQUE 5th $3.98 IMPORTED BALLANTINE SCOTCH FIFTH $ 5.99 CANADIAN MIST House of Stuart 5th $3.99 Imported CUTTY SARK or J. B. RARE SCOTCH 5th $ 6.19 Just West of Sears Open Fri. & Mon. Night's Till 9 ORHAIil Annual Carpet G KESSLER or BARCLAY Qf. — $3.99 M & M OLD THOMPSON 5th $2.99 GE has a freezer to fit your needs, your budget In The Crate Freezer SALE! CHESET FREEZERS 6 Cubic Ft. 15 Cubic Ft. 20 Cubic Ft. 25 Cubic Ft Suggested List Price $189.95 249.95 299.95 349.95 HINES & McCLINTOCK IN THE CRATE PRICE $159.95 $219.95 $249.95 $289.95 UPRIGHT FREEZERS 10 Cubic Ft. 12 Cubic ft. 15 Cubic Ft. $199,95 229.95 279.95 $169.95 $199.95 $229.95 WE WILL DELIVER FOR A SMALL CHARGE Hines & McClintock 138 E. MAIN ST. •• Phone 342-7714 LITE OLD STYLE DREWRYS LITE 12-12-Oz. NR 12—12-Oz. NR L 12-Oz. 137 0 Cans 1 $2.09 $1.79 Every Carpet on Sale Over 15,000 Sq. Yds. in Stock All Ready to Install PABST or FALSTAFF ANDECKER MICHELOB 24 "e£ $ 3" 6 $ 1 59 Just Received GEMEINDE BRAU In The Amana Tradition STAG or Just Received GEMEINDE BRAU In The Amana Tradition BLUE RIBBON 8 12N £ $ 1.38 INDOOR-OUTDOOR CARPET Sq. Yd. Reg. $3.95 $188 EMBOSSED and VINYL LINOLEUM REMNANT I Reg. $4 to $6 Sq. Yd. SPECIAL PURCHASE HAMMS ^ J 12 oz. Cans YOUR CHOICE FINE WOVEN NYLON TWEED With rubber backing. Ideal for basement room, bath or family rooms. Available in a large selection of colors ... a real bargain. CONTINUOUS FILAMENT NYLON In random sheared H-Lo tweeds ... a number of rolls in stock all priced for quick sale. CONTINUOUS FILAMENT NYLON 2-level sculptured random sheared patterns in stock ready for immediate de- and $4.99 Sq. Yd. Save 25% To 60% LUXURIOUS SHAGS Over 20 Rolls Save to 50% AS LOW AS $5 99 Sq. Yd. SPECIAL | Tight Woven Rubber Back KITCHEN CARPET Reg. 10.95 Sq. Yd. SPECIAL ARCYLICS Reg. $9.95 $ 5.99 s "- Yd - Beautiful and Long Wearing In A Tip Sheared Scroll. Many Rolls in Stock. | Wide Selection Carpet REMNANTS *5 * $10 From 20" by 12' up to 36" by 15. Many large enough to Cover Good Size Hall or Stairs. ONE GROUP RUG REMNANTS Reg. $39-$49 ONE GROUP RUG REMNANTS Reg. $49-$59 ONE GROUP RUG REMNANTS Reg. $59~$69 39 OPEN DAILY & SATURDAY 9:30,5:00 P.M. FRI. & MON 1 . NIGHTS TILL 9 •lis- 441 E. MAIN — JUST WEST Of SEARS

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