Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 27, 1973 · Page 31
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 31

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 27, 1973
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4v (kifesbur fster*Mail Wednesday. June 27 I. t ANNABEL PMEftSON COftRBSPONDENT Hom6 Address: 216 N. Tlmbet St. Phone 280-2819 Holds Initiation In KNOXVILLE—The KnoxvUle Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star held initiate! ceremonies Monday during a special meeting. Grand lecturers Mrs. James Hackett, Morton, Mrs. Harold Goff, Yates City, and Mrs. John Thurman, Knoxville, were escorted. chapter committee members, two past matrons and a past patron were introduced. Thomas Mrs. social hour. • and Rev. and John r officer's night Tuesday at the Stark Chapter, LaFayette. They were accompanied by Mrs. Mary McBeth, Mr. and Mrs. James Woolsey, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stone and Mrs. Lucille Turner. Women of the Grace Lutheran Church will hold a baby shower Thursday at 2 p.m. at the church for Mrs. Mitohell Kittlaus. Her husband is the son of Rev. and Mrs. Lloyd Kittlaus. The Rebecca Unit will not meet Thursday as was announced. York Demo Race NEW YORK (UPI) - City Comptroller Abrtahafit D. Beame* 67, capitalizing on solid from twhite, middle the Demo- BiUppOf t class voters, won cnatk* mayoral nomination Tuesday and became a hdavy itevodte to become chief executive of the Nation's largest city. Beame, a political middle-of- the-roader, scored, a convincing 61 per cent runoff victory over Rep. Herman Badillo, ]>N.Y M a Puferto Rican liberal whose voting from power blacks came and mainly Spanish- speaking minorities. Mayor John V. Lindsay has announced he will not geek rejection to a third term next November. Beame, txirn and reared in New York and educated in its City College, would be the first Jewish mayor of New York. He he would predicted November win Seven Cents a Pound Kevin and Bonnie Ketchum weigh-in at the McCormick Inn yesterday in Chicago under the watchful eye of a room clerk. During the summer months the luxury hotel will bill guests according to their weight. On a double occupancy basis the rates will be 7 cents a pound for adults land one cent for children over 14. Younger children sharing their parents' accommodations will be free. UNIFAX T 1 Cub Scout Pack 248 will conduct a nature hunt Thursday at 7 James Knox Park. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Palombi and family, Oak Park, were visitors over the weekend in the home of Mrs. Marie Cox, Mrs. Palombi's mother. Mr. and Mrs. George Iken and children, Green Bay, Wis., and Mr, and Mrs. Charles Donaldson, Tuscola, were recent visitors in the home of Mrs. Ruth Donaldson. Abingdon Schedules Sewer Improvement Hearing Friday ABINGDON — A hearing on an Abingdon sewer improvement project will be held at City Hall Friday at 7 p.m. Detailed information about improvements proposed for the sewage treatment plant and sewers will be presented, and the alternatives to these plans will be discussed. The environmental impact of the proposed plans will also be discussed. A report on the proposed pi ans compiled by Anderson and Associates of Canton, an engineering firm, is available at the office of the- city clerk, and residents are invited to inspect the report prior to the meeting. Brad Larson and Michael Lewis were the most successful fishermen at the Kiwanis family wiener roast and patluck at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Jay Bowman Monday. Brad caught the most fish in the Bowman pond, and Michael had Television Violence Down But Not Out the when largest catch hooked a 2-pound bass. Rev. Frank Deninger attended the meeting of the Central Illinois Board of Ministry at Bloomington Tuesday. Recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bulkeley were Mr. and Mrs. Arch 0. Heck. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Gabbed; 1 he I have returned from a trip through the South visiting relatives. .They visited her aunt, Mrs. Roxie Pennington, Houston, Tex.; her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Car­ roll'Spencer, Biloxi, Miss.; her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams, St. Louis, Mo., and her brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peck, New Orleans, La. in even if Lindsay changes his mind and seeks reelection. Lindsay could, conceivably, run as an independent. Aided by a surprisingly large turnout—larger than that of the main primary June 4—Beame led Badillo 548,353 to 354,581, and outpolled him in four of New York City's five boroughs —the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Isliand. Only in Manhattan, where the voting power of blacks and Spanish-speaking minorities is Abraham Bcamc ... convincing victory concentrated, did Badillo win, taking 59 per cent of the ballots cast. In (the general election in November, Beame will face Conservative Party nominee Rep. Mario Biiaggi, D-N.Y., Liberal Assemblyman Albert H. Blumenlthal and Republican John J. Marchi. But since registered Democrats outnum­ ber all other registered voters combined three to one in New York City, Beame is the odds- on favorite. ABINGDON MRS. GERALDINE BAUER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: RFD Augustine 2477 Bandits Rob Wrong Truck ROME (UPI) - Last February a Sicilian gang robbed the wrong train and stole mailbags containing checks they could not cash. This time the scene was • Rome and it was the wrong bank truck. Police said bandits who held up the van Tuesday made away with three bags containing treasury bond coupons stamped.- - "paid." They said the coupons were worthless. ALL STAR Frozen Dessert Cream PHILADELPHIA (UPI) less r i i I i p r > T Television viewers saw violence in 1972 than in the year before, but violence was still shown in eight of every 10 programs and nine of every 10 cartoons, according to a University of Pennsylvania study. Dr. George Gerbner of the university's school of, communication said in a report released Tuesday that of the three major networks, NBC programs increased in violence and were most violent last year. ABC programs also increased in violence, and CBS programs showed the least violence, Gerbner said. His report found that women and nonwhites increasingly were being portrayed as victims of violence, leading to what the report termed "an invidious pattern of fear and power. "Those who see-themselves in this role are likely to feel victimized also, for the way they see themselves is the way they will think of themselves," Gerbner said. and As a result, women nonwhites were encouraged to feel fear and panic, he said. The findings were the fifth in a series of television violence studies conducted by Gerbner and Dr. Larry P. Gross, assistant communications professor,. They were based on an analysis of a sample week of network dramatic programs telecast in evening prime time and Saturday daytime during the fall. The study was sponsored by a grant from the National Institute of Mental Health and was of part of a larger study television's power to cultivate social and cultural values. Gerbner and Gross used a "violence index" to measure the over-all level of televised violence. It was based on the percentage of shows containing violence, the nuntfoer of violent episodes per show and the percentage of leading characters involved in violent activities. Gal. Cottage Cheese EVERY DAY JUNE 27 JULY Cnt. 4 i Dean Debate Heated Fruit Cocktail Grapefruit Juice r Blue Lake Green Beans ReJoyce -(303) ReJoyce .(46 oz.) 49c ReJoyce (303) HOMINY 4 * ReJoyce -(303) (Continued from page 1) came in, iney saia 'we've got +UrtW , to get out of here. We can't be been able to recall them geen together . » Dean sai(L trathfiffly to tos committee. Provides Documents "Who set the policy on the coverup?" Gurney asked, I don't think the policy was " Dean replied. "There just alternative at that April 30 as was no time." Dean, fired White House counsel, conceded again that he never tried to warn the President what the White House staff and campaign officials were doing. Didn't Have Access "You must have realized this cover-up business was pretty serious," Gurney said. "I didn't like it from the outset," Dean replied. "1 don't think anybody liked it." As Gurney pressed for an explanation about why Dean did not talk to the President But despite Nixon's assertion last Aug. 29 that a Dean investigation of the Watergate affair had cleared White House and campaign official^ of any involvement, Dean said "there was no investigation." Dean provided the committee a dozen documents —mostly internal White House memos — on a "Political Enemies Project," designed to keep track of and cause problems for people list" i ra­ the White House considered to be its foes. Though the "enemies was not made public mediately, Dean mentioned the names of Harold J. Gibbons, a Teamster Union vice president and a supporter of Sen. George S. McGovern; columnist Jack Anderson and former NBC newsman Chet Huntley. One memo from then presidential adviser Charles W. Colson dated Sept. 9, 1971, Dean said, "Colson checked in blue those he would give top priority on the enemies list." SPINACH ReJoyce -(303) 23c 1 -Jim Holiday Deaths May Hit 240 CHICAGO (UPI) The himself National Safety Council estimates that up to 240 persons could die in Fourth of July traffic accidents. The council said Tuesday , „. i( ,three factors—excessive drink- have access to Nixon directly ing( sp8e ding and failure to but reported to Nixon's two top use seat belts _ will be largely aides, H.R. Haldeman and Johnj responslble for the f atal f fcie s would contribute to speeding to reach thei] social drivers tions, heavy that would and up to 12,000 injuries on the nation's highways. "The rush of activity in the short, one-day holiday period drinking impair driving ability and neglect to fasten! safety belts," a Safety Council spokesman said. The council estimated that between 180 and 240 persons | could be killed in traffic during the period between 6 p.m. Tuesday, July 3, the start of the holiday, and midnight Wednesday, July 4. CATS U P Sweet Pickle Chips ReJoyce Olives Regis White Plates Page Napkins Scott Asst Towels ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Kraft Jellies Kraft Macaroni Dinner Ideal (26 oz.) ReJoyce .(16 oz.) (Stuffed Pail No. 10) 1 ... (100 Cnt.) (200 Cnt.) 23c (Jumbo) (Apple Bate 18 oz*) ,~{7Yi oz,) Moshe Dayan Ties the Knot D. Ehrliehman. "I assumed that what I was reporting to Haldeman and Ehrliehman was being reported to the President/ 1 he said. He said he met "in a lot of unusual places" with Haldeman and Ehrliehman to report on I TEL AVIV (UPI) — Israeli, ago. His new wife, 47, is the how things were going— Defense Minister Moshe Dayan;mother of two daughters by a including a motel patio near and his long-time companion,!previous marriage. Nixon's San Clemente, Calif., Rahel Korem, were married i One of the Three witnesses estate and at Andrews Air|Tuesday in a private ceremony; said that the marriage contract Force Base near Washington; at the suburban home of Chief i provided that Dayan pay her after the President had flown j Army Kabbi Mardechai Piim -$24,000 in the event of divorce. ln - i Dayan, 58, was divorced from' The two have been friends for his first wife, Ruth, 13 months! 18 years. COUPON BETTY CROCKER CONCENTRATED 3/89* (#MC 78471) With Coupon Jerry** June 27-July 1 Wh ite ALL With Coupon Jerry'* June 27-July 1 n Giant With Coupon Jtrry'f O.M. Wieners "Lt * 89c OM. Smokies — , ( i 2 89c Ham Steaks $139 O.M. Braunschweiger 8 oz. Sandwich Spread 8 oz. Ham Salad 6 oz. mm ^ Ea. * TJX ' ' —"' ^gHiHKWMHewaZCMdHVlM* O.M. 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