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Fellheimer Scout Reserve Opened Sunday The FoilMnw Scout Roser-who will wive from the PMip-BoM/er Co., and Paul Nelson, vatlon near Glflson opened Ms pines July 1. Warren Tracy, Marlon Tracy, summer scouting season Sun- During the week At camp theftave Balnter and Dick Bred- day, with the arrival of about scouts padiielpate in swimming, bury, of Plumbers and Steam- 150 scouts and leaders. rifle marksmanship, limtlng fitters Union Local 25 have The reservation, which pro-salety, archery instruction,spent several Saturdays install* vide* tents, food, and cooking^ 0 % and compass inatruc-ing the equipment. ..i Mn .ii. IIU* t ^Jl Hon. Two highlights of the week The camp also has a swim- utensils •. tot Hhe scout troops , arc , a Wke £ lha Wotf m under construction during their one-week stay, has BfldgG and canoeing or thcand It should bo completed this a staff of 18. The staff includes Spoon River. summer, says L. D. Lundholm, two international sc outers, The oamp has also receivedof the Prairie Council. Chrtetopn Von Heydebrand, of the donation of a boiler and The camp will close after the Munich, Germany, and a scotilslhowers from the Kewaneeflrst week of August. Goles.burg Register-Mail, Ga lesburg,111. Tuesday* June M, .1973: 23 90 Hedding College Alumni Reunite at Abingdon School ABINGDON - Officers were elected Sunday when 90 alumni fitlended the Hedding College reunion at Abingdon Community Grade School, former site of the defunct college. Officers for next year will be Gene Hickto, Jacksonville, president; W. Russell Palmer, Elmhurst, vice president; Mrs. Florence Jackson, Abingdon, secretary; Mrs. Verda Dahler, Abingdon, treasurer. Rev. John Clarke, Knoxville, gave the reunion invocation and Dr. Jay Sandercock, president of the board of education, welcomed the group. After four years of compiling the Hedding roll Dr. Arch 0. Heck, Columbus, Ohio, presented copies of it to George Barr, foimer alumni president. They will be placed in the John Mosser Library, Abingdon; Illinois Wesfeyam University, Bloomington, and 1he Knox County Historical Society, Knoxville. The next reunion will be on the first Sunday in June, 1975. The Abingdon High School Band will present a concert at the Abingdon ball park Wednesday. In case of rain it will be at the Nursing Home Thursday. Thirty-five Abingdon Brownies, Juniors and Cadet Girl Scouts of the Mississippi Valley Council attended day oamp last week at the Piper Hill Campsite. Mary Tubbs and Jennifer Wilson were program aids. Adult unit leaders 1 assisting-the girls were Linda Johnson, Mrs. Max Johnson and Mrs. Ray Wilson. Four Abingdon youth left Sunday to attend music camp at Western Illinois University, Macomb. They were Diana Ginther, sponsored by the Rotary; David Jones and Laura Kirby, sponsored by the Kiwanis, and Susan Hogan. The Abingdon Garden Club will oneelt Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the John Mosser Public Library, 106 W. Meek St. Committee tor (the meeting will be Esther Fluke, Maude Babb, SEE KNOXVILLE "MONEY STORE" June 29, 1973 Galesburg Register-Mail Dorothy Ehrenlhart and Feme Oo'ok. • i Tilekefes were issued June 18 to Donald G. McCracken, 32, of 711 N. (Monroe St. liar driving too tesifc for conditions aifter his car collided win one driven by Don/aid £L Knufch, 31, of 212 W. Ann St., KnioxviMe. The incident Occurred at 3:35 p.m. on 111. 41 wd the DeLong road. Frank H. Denmger, 23, of 101 Meek Sit. was ticketed June 18 (lor driving too 'fast for conditions aifitier his car collided with a oar driven by Terry Stegall, 21, Of rural Abingdon. The acei- denit occurred in the 100 block of Western Avenue at 5 p.m. Soreaiia A. Kelso, 37, of 203 E. Sanitary St. was ticketed for improper backing June 20. Police said she apparently backed out of a driveway on West Martin Streeit and hit a car owned by Joel E. Hiell, 1155 W. Main St.. Bushnell Abingdon MRS. GERALDINE BAUFR Correspondent RFD St. Augustine, 111. Phone 462.2477 They'll Do It Every Time * Knoxville ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 210 N. Timber St, Phone 289-2816 Knoxville Band Lists Program I For Park Concert KNOXVILLE - The Knoxville Community Band program for its concert Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the'park is:' The Rambler, Fantasy for Band, Three Bones, Homecoming Waltz, Washington P'o s t, By the Time I Get to Phoenix, Days of Glory, Park Ridge, Tropical Twilight, Geodyssey, Hello Dolly, March of the Spanish Soldiery. Dates for ice cream socials may be made by calling the city office, Stephen Baker, a junior at Western Illinois University, returned to Macomb Sunday to attend summer school. The Rebecca Unit of Grace Lutheran Church will meet Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at the church. The Third Epistle of John, with 294 words in 14 verses, is the shortest book in the Bible. The Red Cross Dodge Mobile Collection Unit WILL VISIT Knoxville on Weds. Date: June 27 Hours: 12 to 6 p.m. Location: Knoxville Legion Hall Please Donate & Help Others . . . ALL DONORS ARE WELCOME! Thanks to Mrs. Harold Mston, General Chairman, Mr. and Mr*. Max Mather*, Mr*. Dorothy England, Mrs. Faye Higgins, Mrs. Marie Cox and Mrs. Grace Mc| Grew. I GALESBURG REGIONAL Red Cross Blood Center WE ARE AN AGENCY OF THE UNITED WAV Mark D. Mabhte, 21, of 109 •E. Jackson St. was itickdbed for no muiflfler m he was driving on North Jefferson Streeit June 22 at 9:20 p.m. Dale DeJaynes (reported to police that someone entered his residence between 12:45-4 p.in June 22, and stole silver dollars, gioid coiims and diamonds valued at $4,500. Mrs. Richard Sherman of 207 N. Swarts reported a girl's bike was stolen between 1-3 p.m June 22. Mrs. Sandy Riggs reported that a minor child broke into her trailer through a screen window and Wiled her dog the morning of June 21. There were no formal charges made but Mr. Riggs filed a complaint with the stafte's attorney. Cold Front Causes Rain In Midwest By United Press International A cold front stretching from Wisconsin to Kansas triggered thunderstorms today from Upper Michigan into parts of the Mississippi Valley ' and Central and Northern Plains Two tornadoes struck a : resort area northeast of Brainerd, Minn., Monday night, causing three injuries and damaging 40 to 50 cabins. Golf-ball-sized hail fell at Danbury, Wis. Showers and thunderstorms continued along much of the East Coast and Gulf Coast. Rain fell in extreme southern and southeastern Texas, and widely scattered showers and thundershowers fell from the northern Rockies to the northwest Pacific coast. A stationary front lying off the Northeast coast produced heavy fog early today. However, mostly fair skies prevailed across the-nation. Temperatures early today ranged from 95 degrees at Needles, Calif., to 52 at Bradford, Pa., and Evanston, Wyo. Henderson Group Meets at Home HENDERSON - Mrs. Richard Lytle gave the lesson, "Faith and Justice," when members of the Henderson United Methodist Women met June 21 at the home of Mrs. Harold Sherwood. Mrs. Preston Horst, president, conducted the business meeting, When committee reports were given. Mrs. Jack Derrick gave the prayer and devotions. Members voted not to meet in July. Farmington BAR Installs Officers FARMINGTON - Mrs. Dean Sandidge was installed as regent of Farmington Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, during the chapter's annual picnic June 21 at Farmington. Others installed by Mrs. Wayne Taylor, chaplain, were Mrs. Lawrence Bordner, vice regent; Mrs. Rella Johnson, treasurer; Mrs. Walter Woods, secretary; Mrs. Willis Culton, historian - librarian, and Mrs. Glen Rogers, registrar. Members of the Farmington and Lewistown chapters will, host Mrs. Cleland Eby Learn of Winnetka, Illinois. state regent, at a meeting in September at- the Canton Country Club. Altona Unit Will Host Fall Meet ALTONA — Members of the Altona Unit, Mothers of World War II, will host the district meeting Sept. 20 at the Kufus Building here. The organization is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. Other future events for the Altona Unit include a sewing day July 2 and a potluck dinner July 17 at noon at the Kufus shelter. N Catholic Legislator, Woman Found Dead Outside Belfast tylesbutg ftgMer -Mad Galesburg, Ml. 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 Word* 7-day« 4*day« 1-day 1-20 5.21 21-25 6.13 28-30 ) 8.78 31-35 7.84 3.78 1.50 4.20 1.68 4.40 1.82 8.24 2.13 Blind Ad Charge—fide Card of Thanks, In Memorlam, Lodge Notices, Other Notlcei, 1 inch or less—12.75. CASH RATE—Appllei when ad it paid within 8 dayi from date of last Insertion INDEX In Memorlam-2 BROWN. B, A. — W« wish to thank our friends and neighbor* for the card**, floral offerings and other expression* of sympathy during, our recent bereavement Tho kindness w^AS ^eatl^anpteclated. ramn'y Notices • Special • Personal—5 REDUCE e»eesa fluids with Flul- dex — Lose weight with Dex-A- Dlet capsules — at West Drug. 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— Raw Sugar and Vitamins Natural Foods, Oil*. Flours. Sold At... 230 E. Main. Knoxville 2 FULL. TIME Watchmakers Clockmakers TO HELP YOU TONCEY'S in Abingdon WE NOW HAVE BRUCE PARRICK A Graduate HorolpgUr TO HELP US & To Help You Extension Group Selects Officers . ONEIDA — Trudy Nelson was elected president of Young Plus One, a new home economics extension unit, during an organizational meeting June 20 at the home of Mrs. Gary Haines, Oneida. Other officers are Gail Johnson, vice president; Sandy Peterson, second vice president; Pam Truelove, secretary-treasurer, and Ginger Wessels, reporter. The group's next meeting will be July 18 at Mrs. Gary Peterson's home. BELFAST (UPI) - Police found the bodies of a Roman Catholic legislator and a young woman in a quarry on the outskirts of Belfast early today and said a new Protestant extremist group claimed responsibility for the shootings. A police spokesman identified the dead legislator as Henry "Paddy" Wilson, a Belfast city councilor and a close associate of Gerry Fitt, leader of the Social Democratic Labor Party (SLDP) — Northern Ireland's main Catholic opposition party The last death was the fifth reported in a matter of hours. Late Monday night, three men died when their own bomb ripped through their car near Omagh. The British Army said that incident could mark the start of an Irish Republican Army (IRA) bombing cam paign along Northern Ireland's western border. Police officials said Wilson's body and that of the unidentl fied 21-year-old woman were found in a quarry in north Belfast. Police said the search was prompted by a telephone call they received from a "Capt. Black" saying the Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF), a new Protestant WORLD ALMANAC FACTS extremist group, claimed responsibility for the murders. "We have just killed Paddy Wilson and a girl with him," police quoted the caller as saying. Fitt, who also is a member of the British House of Commons, denounced the slayings and said Wilson "had not an ounce of sectarian blood in his body." New York Primary Is Held Today Card of Tnanxs 1 Building LoU — V M AvlaUOn 7SA Apar^entt^Furnlihed 'IIII"! —53 Apartments—Unfurnished .....—54 Autos—Sport, Foreign 7| Autos—New 22 Autos—Used 79 Business Service „ J Business Opportunity 17 Boats and Motors 70 Child Care --- 10 Coins — Stamps — Mlse 33 COUNTRY CORNER— Jfi Farm - Miscellaneous 40 Farms and Acreages—Rent 41 Farms and Acreages—Sale 42 Pasture for Rent 1? Farm Implements,- Servlc«s„44 Feed - Seed - Fertilizers 49 Poultry and Supplies 48 Livestock ajid Supplies 47 Auctions —... 43 Commercial Property 69 Construction Equipment 75 Employment Wanted 14 Oarages v -%=-7 S? Gooof 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 65 In Memorlam * Instruction J 8 . Insurance - f" Investments „....--..- J8 Lawn and Garden Needs 34 lost and Found 8 Moving — Storage—— 8 Money to Loan—Wanted 19 Musical 28 Mobile Homes for Rent 88 Mobile Home Spaces 87 Mobile Homes for Sale 66 Motorcycles - Bicycles .-74 New Houses for Sale «2A Notices - Lodge 3 Notices - Other, .. — J Notices - Special - Personal 8 Office Space - SO Photography 29 Pete and SuppUes — 33 Property Management 16 Rooms f.ov Bent si Resorts and Cottages 61 Room and Board 52 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 TraUers 78 TV - Radio - Stereo 27 Wanted to Buy - Misc -33 Wanted to Rent 88 Miscellaneous —30 CHILD'S GLASSES Found at Lincoln Park. Owner may have same by calling at Register-Mall Want Ad Dept. and Identifying. BLACK Toy Poodle lost Wednesday evening, has coUar. CaU 3433558. Business Service— 1 ALL TYPES Home Repair — Carpentry, cement work, tucking, basement waterproofing, roofing, guttering. Free estimates. Work guaranteed. Albert Briggs, Contractor, m-muMz^i^^ STEAM Cleaners and Pressure Washers. R. G. Hanson Company, Kewanee. Phone 309-853-810C. Bus Riders Miss Bundle DETROIT (UPI) - Riders on an airport shuttle bus who ignored an old, wrinkled plastic bag on one of the seats are sorry now they failed to look inside. The bag contained nearly $17,000. It remained all day last Friday on a shuttle bus running between Detroit and Metropoli­ an Airport. At the end of the day, driver Roger Doering dumped it on the desk of the Greyhound ticket agent, saying "somebody left this garbage on my bus." The Wayne County Sheriff's Department said Monday they were searching for the owner. Celebrant Hit Wrong Button CINCINNATI (UPI) - John Parker of North Carolina heard more than wedding bells last April, and the incident cost him 360 days in the workhouse and a $1,000 fine. Parker, 52, in town for his daughter's April 14 wedding, told Municipal Court Judge Donald Monlfort Monday he was celebrating the occasion and thought he pushed a traffic crosswalk button as he walked down a city street. instead, Parker set off a fire alarm. There was a total of 31,947 E ost offices throughout the nited States and its possessions on June 30, 1972, The World Almanac says. Of this number 5,162 were First Class, 7.S95 Second Class, 12,551 Third Class and 6,838 Fourth Class. The U.S. Postal Service employed a total of 694,238 persons as of June 30,1972, according to the U.S. Civil Service Commission. Copyright •© 1973 Newspaper Enterprise Assn. a Now You Know .., By United Press International Some crickets have legs a foot long. The Almanac By United Press International Today is Tuesday, June 26 the 177th day of 1973 with 188 to follow. The moon is approaching its new phase. The morning stars are Mars, Jupiter and Slaturn. The evening stars are Mer eury and Venus. Those born on tiiis date are under the sign of Cancer. American novelist Pearl Buck was born June 26, 1892. On this day in history: In 1900, Dr. Walter Reed led a medical team formed to wipe out yellow fever in the Panama Canal Zone. In 1917, first troops of the American Expeditionary Force reached France for World War I action. In 1944, Cherbourg, the third i largest poirt in France, was liberated from Nazi occupation in World War II. In 1948, the United States began operation of the "Berlin Airlift" to bypass a Soviet road and rail blockade of the divided German city. NEW YORK (UPI) Today's Democratic primary run-off election offers New Yorkers a choice between Puerto Rican liberal and Jewish middle-of-the-roader for mayor of New York City, a job that has been called the second toughest in the United States Democratic voters expected to total 600,000 will choose between Rep. Herman Badillo, 43, and city comptroller Abraham Beame, 67, to carry the party's standard in the November mayoral election. Since the city's Democrats outnumber the combined total of registered Liberals, Republicans and Conservatives by nearly a 3-1 margin, the winner will become the odds-on favorite to succeed Mayor John Lindsay. Reame has the backing of many labor unions, county Democratic leaders, and service organizations. Badillo, the favorite of Liberals, is supported by two of the, city's three newspapers and the outspoken congresswoman, Rep. Bella Abzug, among others. The candidates debated on television Monday night at the end of a campaign marked by personal invective. Badillo has accused Beame of "malicious" attempts to discredit him and of "mortgaging" himself to real estate interests. Beame has charged Badillo with appealing to ethnic prejudice of black and Puerto Rican voters and of using numbers runners to get out the vote. The two were thrown into the runoff when neither won more than 40 per cent of the vote in the June 4 primary. B&R CARPET SERVICE New & Used Installed. Repairs — All Kinds. 342-4680 TREE haulim cutting, ng. Call rates, insured roofing, general Call 343-2906. Reasonable MAUREEN the MAGICIAN will enchant your children. Give a party they'll never forget. CaU 343-9322 for Information. Available anytime. ROOFING and chimney repair. All work guaranteed and Insured. 20 years experience. 342-0247. KNOX Summer painting service, professional experience, low prices. For free estimate call 3430865. CAT AND HYPRO PUMPS Sales—R. G. Hanson Co.—Service Kewanee — Phone: 309-853-5109 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. WaUpaper hanging, airless spring farm buildings, fences. Insured. Free estimate. Call after S, 3422574. HOUSE Painting, Interior and exterior. Barns and buildings. For free estimates call ^42-3996 anytime. TYPEWRITER REPAIRS Cash & Carry C. J. Stoltie — 343-5851 ELLISON'S Refrigeration & Appliance Service 342-2567 Seeding & Sodding E. J. MARTIN - 342-0521 Card of Thanks—1 MY SINCERE appreciation to Drs, Malstrom, Douglas and Kamp, and to the nurses on third floor of the Cottage Hospital for their excellent care. My deepest gratitude to my frlenda and relatives for the beautiful flowers, 'cards, and visits while a patient. Mrs. Jack (DoUy) Johnson CARPET CLEANING. Dirt is actually extracted, not just surface cleaned with clean, clear soft water steam. No long drying period. Ron's Steamliner, 3424232. . Boa Constrictor Finally Found SPARTA, 111. (UPI) - It took two weeks, but a hot summer day finally drove a shy boa constrictor out of hiding. Rudolph Schuessler of St Louis had transported the snake in his car to a friend's house in Kansas City, Mo. But the six-foot reptile disappeared en route. It surfaced in the trunk of Schuessler's car Monday as the temperature neared the 90-degree mark. Nothing to It SANDPOINT, Idaho (UPI) Tom Moran completed his solo flight for his pilot's license Monday and said, "There was nothing to it—I just relaxed." Moran, a retired electrical engineer, is 78 years of age. c _ CONFUSED? LOST? A _ S _ ASPIRING? SEEKING? WEED MOWING E. J. MARTIN — 342-0521 C1TYWIDE RUBBISH REMOVAL We furnish metal containers for apts., business offices, stores and factories. 1 cubic yard thru 50 cubic yard sizes. We rent flatbed trucks or containers for one stop spring cleanup, remodeling or Honey Do special projects. CaU low bidder Bill, 3421134. 24 years of experience. DYKE'S TYPEWRITER SERVICE, cleaning and repair. 1571 Beecher Ave. 342-6603. Free pickup. Moving - Storage—8 STORAGE SPACE AVAILABLE NOW! Puckett Moving & Storage Grand and Penna.—343-9149 Child Care—10 STORY BOOK CHILD CARE CENTER 369 N. KeUogg Hours: 6:30 to 6:00 Air Conditioned 342-3060 Help Wanted - Male—11 SELLING? INVESTING? F _ FOUND? — INVESTIGATING? EXASPERATED? D DIAL WANT AD 343-7181 Number ' iyi George Washington, a giant of his time, stood six feet two and weighed 200 pounds. WANTED Truck Salesman Young, Nice, Personable. May Be Truck Driver, Will Train. SEE CHET SPENCE SALES MGR. Rctndell GlvIC 1652 Monmouth Blvd. SALES SALES For a rewarding and secure sales career with a National Corporation manufacturing essential lighting products. We need a neat appearing, honest, sincere, non-pressure, career minded go-getter. Liberal training compensation, unusual high commissions. Build a secure future with advancement opportunities, hospitalization, group insurance and retirement programs. WE HIRE SALESMEN NOT RESUMES FOH LOCAL INTERVIEW Send Po&lcard or Note: MR. PATRICK DURO-TEST CORP. 2321 Kennedy Blvd. N. Bergen, N.J. 07047 An Equal Opportunity Employer WORK for a year 'round home manufacturer. Cur pent* r crew* and carpenters wanted. Alto can use apprentice carpenters. Call 310-355-8379. (Continued on page U)

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