Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 29, 1973 · Page 13
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Bushnell Teacher Plans Up for Final Okay golesburgRegister-Moil, Galesburg, Fridgy, JUM 29, j9?3_ 13 BlJ®HNiE'L'L*-8oiTOnal toucher Mrs. Robot-it a Vandcrberg, wellaiPe popofeails arc up ifar final apipraviai by Busbnell- PraMe OHly School District 170*3 Board of Bdooaition. The B-fPC's teadhor lassociia 1 - fciwi approved the ptem, baim- meired out by board iamd teach-, or rtagatiatkMi roprevSenitalives, ait a mieeiblnig Tuesday at East Klemefitory School. Derails of the ipJan were not revealed. OMeeirs for 1973-74 are Mrs. Doris Ohaiffee, president; Mrs. . Oajrolyji Pemsliniger, president- elect; Steve Russell, vice prcsi- demit; Ura. Elizabeth Scott, secretary; Mrs. Hazel Hopkins, treasurer, amid Richard Jenkins, regional council representative. Comrnitltee chairmen include membership, artd Mrs. Nancy Heron, fall festival •floaK, cwri- mMhcc. A'SsocJaUon officials announced fchat a leadership con- foronce tor officers will be held Aug. fi-B ait Western IMinosi University, Macomb. Mombers of 'the Busilincll VFVV Auxiliary heard a report Wednesday night by Mrs. Betty Ford, hospital committee chairman, who told about'Me members' top Sunday to Galesburg Slate Research Hospital. The group conduciled games and served reilreshirnenits to 17 veterans. Auxiliary oflfcials reported that ifihe poppy sale was a success. Details of the next social, scheduled July 11, will be ammounced 'later. Next regular mreaMrog will be July 25. Members of the Wcsleyan Service Guild of the Bushnell United McifihodiiSt Church held ihclr final meeting Wednesday in the garden ait 'the home of Mrs. Maurice Chattarton. A potluck dinner was served. The group wlIJ take a new name under the merger of the Methodist and Evangelical United Brethren churches. List Services First Baptist—Virgil Kelly, in- Union Barber Shops WILL BE OPEN Monday & Tuesday JULY 2 & 3 Barbers Local 289 INTERNATIONAL BUSHNELL - •"• - -- - - • • MRS. JAY CLEMENS CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 500 W. Hurst St. Phone 772-2240 tarim pastor. Church school at 9:15. Worship at 10:30. Sermon: "Proclaim liberty." Service at 7:30. Sermon: "Are You Accepted?" Christian — Tom Baird, minister. Bible school ait 9:45. Worship at 10:45. Youth meeting and adult Bible study both at 0:30. Worship at 7:30. United Methodist - Allen R. Manrebt, pastor. Church school at 0. Worship at 10. First United Presbyterian — Ralph W.. Adamson, pastor. Worship ait 9:30. Widow of Former POW Blames Military for Suicide DHJNVP^R (UPI) - The widow of Marine Sgt. Abel Larry Kavanaugh, a former POW who apparently killed himself Wednesday, blames the military for his death. F our- (Continued From Page 6) Galva Park Will Host Legion Tourney GALVA - The Galva Park District will host the district's American Legion baseball tournament July 27-29. The Galva team, coached by Leonard Quanstrom, will play the opening game July 27 at 6:30 p.m. against Kewanee. The second game will pair off Gcneseo against Farmington at 8:30 p.m. The first game on Saturday will be Lewistown versus Green Rock at 6:30 p.m. The second game will see Canton face Quincy at 8:30 p.m. The winner of the first and second games Friday night will play Saturday at 3 p.m. The winners of the Saturday night contests will meet Sunday at 5 p.m. The championship will be decided in a nine-inning contest Sunday at 8 p.m. Rev. Allan Mason will speak Sunday at the 11 a.m. service at First Baptist Church. Services at First Congregational Church where the Rev. Mr. Mason is pastor arc at 9 a.m. The annual Sunday School picnic of Foursquare Church will Galva MRS. SUSAN HEPNER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 24 NE Third Ave. Phone 932-2725 be held Sunday at 12:30 in Washington Park. Those attending are asked to bring a covered dish, a meat dish and their own table service. If you're planning a driving vacation this summer, the gasoline shortage has to figure in your plans. Different areas of the country will experience different degrees of shortage this summer. Just as they are now. From mild to fairly severe. So, depending on where you are at any given time on your vacation, you won't know what the situation is up the road. Some stations may have all the gasoline you can take on. Others may be limiting the number of gallons they will sell to each motorist And still others may be out completely. Some stations may close early to stretch their supply—or not open at all on some days. Others will be running at their normal hours. We're producing more gasoline than ever before but there's just not enough to go around. So w$ are allocating our supply to our dealers on a monthly basis as fairly aswe'knowhow. We will be delivering gasoline to our dealers all summer long but to stretch their supply, they may find that some of the above measures are necessary. But all this doesn't mean the situation is so unpredictable that you should give up your trip. We do urge you to exercise a little consideration when you choose a vacation spot though. And a little care in getting there. Here are some tips we suggest: Fill your tank in the morning. That's when stations are most likely to have gasoline. Some stations will sell only so many gallons per day, and then close early. Also try to be off the road early. You don't want to be on the road late at night if the stations in that area have shortened their hours. Think about keeping your tank at least one-quarter full. That way, you'll have a reserve in case you come across a station that can't supply you. There are also many things you can do to conserve gasoline along the way, and get more miles to the gallon. Make sure your car is in tune before you leave. A tuned car will get about 10% better gas mileage than one that is out of tune. High-speed driving is hard on mileage, so slow down. If you drive 50 mph instead of 60 mph, you can save about one gallon in ten. Try to maintain a steady speed. You'll get better mileage than if you constantly speed up and slowdown. For example, passing a line of cars on a two-lane highway may get you there a little sooner, but the extra acceleration means your car is going to gulp a lot more gasoline. If you tow a boat or trailer, uphill climbs cut into your gas mileage heavily. Build up your speed before you reach the hill, so your engine doesn't have to work as hard on the way up. Use your air conditioner sparingly. When it's running, you get less mileage per gallon. All of us at Standard Oil hope these tips will be helpful to you this summer. And that your vacation is an enjoyable one. @ Standard Oil Division of Amoco Oil Company reptiles. Moore is a new type of Bond, playing the role with a wry smile that says "I don't believe it either — but it's a great sight gag." The plot concerns an island of opium being grown to produce [enough heroin to feed several million junkies. Bond's job is to destroy the crop and devious ringleader. His love interest is a [Tarot fortuneteller with weird eye make-up. High point of the 'film is a chase — as usual. This |time it's molorboats and a red­ necked Louisiana sheriff. Rated PG, at the Orpheum. Same Old Story "Pat Garrett and Billy The Kid" deals with the same old story of how Pal Garrett shot his friend, Billy the Kid, but, under the direction of Sam Peck- inpah the dry plot is transformed into a beautiful, exciting film. Peckinpah turns the two friends into touchy antagonists who test each other with every meeting. Billy is played by Kris Kristofferson, while Garrett is portrayed by film veteran, James Coburn. The two performances, Peckinpah's direction, plus good music by Bob Dylan (who also (makes his screen debut in this, picture) gives the whole film an eerie realism that makes a good movie. At Cinema I, rated R. Flipped "The Poseidon Adventure" •won the Academy Award Oscar -for special effects and it was •well deserved. If you have ever 'wondered how it felt to be in a ship flipped over by a tidal wave—doesn't everybody?— ifobs is the film to see. This film contains an unusually strong cast with such notables as Gene Hackman, Ernest Borgnine, Jack Albertson and an exceptional performance by Shelly Winters. Second feature, The Hot Rock, is a Robert Redford crime comedy. At the Galesburg Drive-in, both rated PG. "The Emperor of the North Pole" is set during the Depression, and the film deals with a train-hopping hobo, Lee Marvin, and a mean conductor, Ernest Borgnine, who each try to beat the other's braiins out in a very sadistic climax. Without the acting talent of Marvin and Borgnine, the film's plot •would be a dull, uninteresting story. It is another case where pure acting ability has saved the day and the picture. Now playing at the West, rated PG. She says she will take legal' action against the colonel who accused her husband of collaborating with his North Vietnamese captors. Sandra Kavanaugh, pregnant with her second child, said Thursday she believed the charges, filed against Kavanaugh, 24, and seven other POWs, sent her husband over the edge. "He went to Vietnam and the North Vietnamese kept him alive for five years. Then he came back to America and his own people killed him," she said, looking exhausted at a hastily arranged news conference at the home of her sister- in-law. The former prisoner's death followed by several weeks the suicide of another POW, Air Force Capt. Edward Allan Brudno, who took an overdose of barbiturates in Harrison, N.Y. after being in a North Vietnamese camp for eight years. Mrs. Kavanaugh said she hoped the government would now drop the charges against the other seven brought earlier this month by Col. Theodore Guy, who was a high-ranking officer in their Hanoi prison camp. She and her stepfather were sitting in the living room of his home Wednesday when they heard a shot. She ran into the next room and found her husband lying on the floor, a single bullet through his temple and a .25 caliber pistol lying underneath his body. A doctor who examined Kavanaugh the morning of his death said he seemed "pretty depressed," and he reportedly had told friends days before "You won't see me again." Coroner's officials said they thought it was a suicide but Adams County District Attorney Guy Marks said Kavanaugh could have been killed trying to fix a jammed pistol. "I blame Col. Guy and the Pentagon for his death," said Mrs. Kavanaugh, who has a five-year-old daughter and is expecting a second child in January. "Without their insistent pursuing of these fictitious charges, my husband iwould be here today. "I do not intend to let this end with his death. 1 plan to start legal action against Col. Guy and others in the military for causing the death of my husband." She said her husband was to have returned to the base at Pendleton, Calif., today after a 30-day convalescent leave. She said he was worried about receiving fair treatment there because of the accusations against him. Dr. John Bolin, who examined Kavanaugh Wednesday, said the sergeant was afraid the Marines were going to hold up his discharge until the investigation initiated by Guy was completed. DeWayne Swanson I am happy to announce that I am now Associated with FESLER OLDSMOBILE, Inc., 120 N. Chambers, Galesburg, Illinois. I wish to invite all my good customers in for the best in Service. Please see me for a new Oldsmobile or a previously owned car of any make. FESLER Olds, Inc. Ph. 342-4148 APARTMENT HOUSE INSURANCE PACKAGES CALL US FOR A QUOTE TODAY 3 UNITS TO 300 UNITS SAVE — SAVE — SAVE ROBERT MILLER AGENCY CHERRY, & SIMMONS 343-1168 Prompt Local Claim Service PAY YOUR REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX at THE BANK of GALESBURG Payments Can Be Made In Our Bank Lobby, Drive-Up and Walk-Up Facilities or By Mail. 1st Installment Real Estate Taxes Will Be Delinquent at Midnight July 2nd. Payments Will Be Accepted thru Mon., July 2nd at the Bank of Galesburg. 'The Bonk That Leads The Way" MAIN & KELLOGG Bank of Galesburg MEMBER F.D.I.C. PH. 343-4141

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