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Galva MRS. SUSAN HEFNER CORRESPONDENT Mora* Address: U NE Third Ave. Phone mmS Galva Panel Will Consider IPC Request GALVA — A public hearing has been scheduled July 23 at 7:30 p.m. by the Galva Planning Commission to consider a request by the Illinois Power Co, for a special use permit for a power substation. The real estate representative of the power company, who met wMh officers of the planning commission last week, explained that IPC has taken options on two residences located on the south side of West Division Street and plans to construct a power substation on the site. He explained that the homes would be razed and the power company would extend properties already owned at the rear of the present homes to include a substation. The areas are now zoned B-2, business and general services. Golesburq Register-Mail, Golesbufg, 111, Monday, July 2, 1973 S No One Injured in Area Accidents BUSHNELL — Two minor traffic accidents occurred in the Bushnell area during the weekend but state police said no one was injured. A 2-car mishap occurred Saturday on U.S. 67, three miles north of Good Hope. Hazel Keys, 73, Macomb, was driving her car north and when she started to turn left her vehicle was struck from behind by a car driven by Virgil Keithley, 73, Good Hope, authorities said. Police charged Keithley with failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident. Also arrested on the same charge was Greg Luster, 17, Elandjnsville, who was driving a pickup truck south on a road three miles west and two miles north of the junction of 111. 9 and the Sciola Blacktop near Blandinsville. When he approached a curve, Luster applied his brakes and skidded into a ditch. Bushnell City Council will meet today at 7:30 p.m. at the C;-ty Hall. Home Bible study will be conducted Wednesday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Stambaugh for members of the BUSHNELL MRS. JAY CLEMENS CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 560 W. Hurst St. Phone 772-2240 Hurricane Season Opens Presents Grant Quinten Appell, center, Galva, winner of a 1973 Ford Motor Company Farm Efficiency Award, presents a check for $2,000 to D. H. Baker, left. University of Illinois swine researcher. The grant will aid Baker's research on protein alternatives in swine rations. Dr. D. E. Becker, head of the U. of I. Department of Animal Science looks on. By winning the award, Appell earned the right to select the educational institution or organization to receive the Ford Motor Company Fund grant. Appell, vice president of the Illinois Pork Producers Association, operates an 1100-acre cash grain farm in Knox County and raises 6,000 pigs — farrow to finish. Plans call for a 100-foot frontage, fence and landscaping. If the special use permit is granted by the city council, work on razing the homes and construction will begin immediately. Two Galva women and three .tional Queen went from over 400- Kewanee women were among some 6,000 men and women from all over the world attending the silver anniversary convention of the International TOPS organization in Milwaukee, Wis., June 28-30. Mrs. Donald Doubler and Mrs. Willard Bevans, both of Galva, and Linda Vincent, Connie Eatwell and Connie Peed, all of Kewanee attended the session. Mrs. Vincent is president of Kewanee TOPS 767. Others in the group are members of the club. Mrs. Bevans and Mrs. Eat- weM participated in a TOPS ceremony Friday night for having been in the club for three years and having kept off the pounds they set as their goal. The delegation entered the club banner, which won a third in the district at Peoria recently, but failed to place in the international competition. Reports were heard on the Dfaconess Hospital in Milwaukee, Wis., where a weight-loss research and diagnostic center is located, funded in part by donations from TOPS International. Last week was designated by the governor of Wisconsin as TOPS Week and the mayor of Milwaukee designated June 2830 as TOPS Days in the city. International! King is a resident of Skokie who went from 330 pounds to 210 pounds. He is a member of a club of 500 men from the Skokie area. Interna- pounds to less than 200. She is from York, Pa. MIAMI (UPI) - The 1973 hurricane season's first tropical disturbance sprang up far out in the Caribbean Sea Sunday and forecasters said there was "maybe a 50-50 chance" it would become a tropical storm. "The position and the time of year show it is statistically unfavorable for intensification," said hurricane forecaster Joe Pellisier late Sunday night. "It's a wait and see situation, and I'd say maybe a 50-50 chance of it becoming a'intensification. storm," he added. The "small low pressure system," was located about 500 miles north of the Dominican Republic, or more than 700 miles east of here, early today. Highest sustained winds were about 35 miles per hour, or gale force. In tropical storms, or their forerunners, the water temperature and moisture are often an important contributing factor in Bushnell Christian Church. Women's Auxiliary of the Christian Church will meet Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Doris Bliven. The annual Tracey reunion will be held Sunday at the Masonic Temple. A basket dinner will be served at noon. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Robinson, Bushnell, are parents of a bey born Sunday morning at McDonough District Hospital, Macomb. There was no fire when the tfefpt Sofvo 3 Btggett FALSE TEETH Worries and Problems Consider » denture -adhesive. FAS* TEETH* Powder docs all of this: 1) Helps hold uppers and lowers longer, firmer, steadier. 2) Holds them more comfortably. 3) Helps you est more naturally. Why worry? 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