Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 5, 1973 · Page 7
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 7

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, July 5, 1973
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&k Galtsbuta Register-Mail, Galesburg, III. Thursday, July 5, 1973 Additional $40,600 Available for Center I feUSHNELL - An additional ; M0,M0 In federal money has Keen made available for development of a community reefe* , ttoftal and cultural center at ftushnell. =, Mayor Harold Fitch said that 1 Rep. Thomas Raiteback, R-Ill., notified him of the amount this #eek. The mayor said that C. ; «|. Tiernan, Macomb, BushneH's city engineer, requested the ad* dUional amount because of rising construction costs, t Along with this city officials plan to use $184,000 from an earlier federal grant and $92,000 in local funds for the project. Officials are still awaiting approval of Phase If of its original application for funds which must show need for such a fa Marianne Thrasher of the Bushnell Assembly, Order of Rainbow for Girls, has been installed as grand representative to Ohio for 1973-74. The installation took place at the 42nd Grand Session of the International Order of Rainbow for Girls June 30 - July 2 at Chi* cago. Gretehen Furstenau, grand worthy adviser in Illi- Karen Neudecker of Alton As* semhly was installed as the new grand worthy adviser. Attending from Bushnell were Miss Thrasher and Suanne Hess, members of the Grand Choir; Becky Howe and Sheryi Ham, co-editors of the Rainbow , ^ t -,^„^__i i ., ! __ News, and Pat Nelson, Who? :4 - 5 served as grand service for 1972-73. Others attending were MRS. JAY CLEMENS CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 860 W. Hurst St. Phone 772-2240 1 Mrs. Janet Thrasher, Mrs. Nancy Weaver, Miss Maude Muir and Mrs. Wolma Hess. A party Will be held July 10 for Rainbow Girls and prospective members. The group will nois, was the presiding officer. |meet at the Masonic Temple at HOUR SPECIAL CLEARANCE An of filiated store has lost its warehouse. Doyles is helping them reduce their inventory during this crisis. All prices slashed. You can really save! Come Early? SET OF 3 TABLES Medit. or Colonial Hexagon Square & Cocktail $249.95 MODERN WALNUT DINING ROOM 32"x48" Table & 4 Tall Chairs __$449.95 4 Pe. CURVED SECTIONAL Choice of Velvet or Herculon Plaid. Casters $1 Velvet Love Seot Traditional Style $1 EQ95 Was $289.95 le? 7 Rocking Love Seot Stripe Velvet $1A7 95 Was $219.95 I - */ Sofa & Swivel Rocker Traditional Style $0OO 95 Was $479.95 AVWW 4 Drawer Chest Modern Walnut Finish $*) A95 Was $.59.95 — 3* Sofa & Chair French Prov. Fruitwood $^ J |A°5 Trim. Was $519.95 - OH 7 Simmons Queen Hide-A-Bed Herculon Cover $^ A A95 Was $479.95 r Kroehler Fun-Fur Sofo Plush Comfort $4) M £}95 Was $329.95 MBHJF Mirrored Shodow Box Curio Display Shelves $<>A 0 5 Was $38/5 _ 4mW Colonial Open Hutch 36" China Cabinet $m f£ A95 Was $229.95 137 Modern 36" China Glass Top $1 C A95 Was $239.95 1^7 Broyhill Ook Bedroom 64" Dresser & Mir. 5 Dr. $ M J£ A95 Chest & Bed. Was $569.95 *fW7 79 ,s Contemporary Desk Micarta Walnut Top $ Was $119.95 Early American Sofa Herculon Cover $1Q0 9 ^ Was 8269.95 177 Kroehler Traditional Sofa Nyion AAatelosse $1QA95 Was $289.95 177 5 Pc. Medit. Dinnette Wrought Iron Look $QQ95 Was $139.95 OJF Modern Liquor Closet Formica Serving Top $^gfl95 Was $139.95 r W7 5 Pc. Maple Dining Room 36"x48" Table & 4 Tall $1^A95 Chairs. Was $219.95 — tHw Early American Rocker Padded Seat & Back $9095 Was $5995 *5 T Glass Enclosed Bookcase Colonial 3 Shelves $AA95 Was $99.95 — 07 Maple Secretary Drop Desk. Glass Top $1 QQ95 Was $249.95 I ©7 Modern Tub Chair By International. Herculon $Q^95 Was $169.95 OH Anniversary Deluxe Bedding 15 Yr. Guarantee. Box or $>|A95 Matt. Was $79.95 10 YEAR GUARANTEED BOX or MATTRESS *38°° Was $59.50 3 Pc. BEDROOM COIONIAL STYLE Wat $219.95 $ 139 95 FEATURED PRICES ARE WAREHOUSE-WAY Easy Credit Terms Always Available Come Early For Best Selection Other Items Also At Money Saving Prices IE I 1320 N HENDERSON ST. — GALESBURG Haven near Lake WiMwood Bushnell. Rev. and Mrs. William Rail, Mike and Sue Ellen, will be in Bushnell Friday to visit friends and attend services at the United Presbyterian Church where the Rev. Mr. Rail was pastor 12 years ago. The family now resides at Rogers, Ark. to a home at 524 W. Hurst St. purchased from Mr, and Mrs. Darel Zook. Mr, and Mm. Zook and family have moved to Btoomington where he has been transferred by Funk's Seed Co. Harold Rasmussen, Beth, Ann and John are visiting his moth* er, Mrs. Myrl Rasmussen. She will accompany them to their An open house will be held in j home at Mount Clemens, Mich, their honor Sunday from 1:30-5| p.m. at the Ray Cowperthwaite home, 975 N. Washington Blvd. Scoutmaster Ronnie Cassell and scouts Steve Bliven, David Hartwig, Kevin Steelman, Michael Stinson and Bradley Ver- Steeg of Bushnell Troop 343 are attending Felfceimer Scout Reservation Camp (his week near Gilson. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Mcdusky have moved from 456 N. Rile Galva Okays Appropriation Ordinance Galva MRS. SUSAN HEPNER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 24 NE Third Ave. Phone 932-2725 GALVA - The Galva City Council dfltt^afl annual ap- pnoprlattMi ordinance of 1845,100 at a meeting Tuesday night In the city adntiflistfattoti building. The amount does hot include $920,050 appropriated in the combined water and sanitary sewer departments. In commenting on the appropriation, Mayor James B.Young stated (hat the funds appropri* ated do not represent the amounts which vm be spent. 'The appropriation ordinance is not the levy, and considerably in excess," he said. The appropriation ordinance increased considerably over past years because of the $516,400 in sewer bonds, principal and interest, which will be needed to upgrade the city's sewage system to meet state standards. Action was aken by the council to purchase two nieces of road equipment for $5,250 in preparation lor the city's participation in the street improvement program. Young explained that the equipment includes a used roller for $2,500 and a used pulverizer for $2,750. Young said he and street su petifttendent Sherman Raley hid inspected both pieces of equipment last week at East Mofcne and considered both to be priced fairly in vlow of the price of a new roVer—$8-10,000 and that of a hew puGverteer— $2045,000. The council learned (hat recent federal and state commu locations indicate a grant may be awarded for the sewage treatment plant improvements. Nio confirmation could be obtained at this time that the igrant had been made, but the federal Environmental Protection Agency had accepted ail papers on the project «Jid the state had issued a construction permit for the treatment plant. An ordinance amending the city's law on the sale of alcoholic liquor at the retail level was approved. The amendment provides for a class B license tor sale of liquor at clubs. The annual license fee was set at $100. The amendment was mode for 1he American Legion CM). The street superintendent met briefly with the council to discuss plans for street work to be done this summer which will incOude. about 25 city Wocks. Loren Nelson, 23, a resident d Knox County, met with the council and requested that he be considered for a job on the Galva Police Department. He was advised he will be notified of the munciil's decision. Approval was given for a contract between the city and RatDlifif Construction Co., Kewanee, to dig sewer extensions east of S.E. Eighth Ave., for a new building, and som!h of Galva Eastgate Lanes to the site where the new oitv ga *R #e •will be constructed. The firm will also dag trenches on tha sauith side of the city's landfiilil. The council agreed to hire Mascal Nursery to provide spraying service for about 200 flowering crab trees planted by the city a few years ago at a cost of about $3 per tree. It was explained .that a fungus developing on the trees was caused in part by the wet spring and spraying was the only means of saving the trees. HIGH YIELD-NO RISK INVESTMENT HOME STYLE SAVINGS CERTIFICATE Give You With A - Check - A - Month People with $10,000 or more to invest these days, are looking at stocks and bonds, treasury bills, and bank certificates in a new light. More and more investors are finding that none of these ways to generate income can match the 6% annual yield and convenienco of a Homo Stylo savings certificate. Make your investment give you the highest possible return and assure a monthly income. Invest in a Homo Style savings certificate today, and you can have your first interest check next month. Hero are some examples of how much you can expect to receive: Invest'20,000 And You Receive A 100.00 Check-a-Month Invest 15,000 And You Receive A * 75.00 Check-a-Month Invest 10,000 And You Receive A s 50.00 Check-a-Month Your Checks-a-Month Are For Interest Only — You Receive Them As Long As You Want — Your Original Investment Remains Intact. Your investment in a Home Style savings certificate starts you select from two to five years unaffected by market flluctu- earning for you from the day of deposit, You may leave your ations. Your investment is insured for up to $20,000 by the interest to compound or we will automatically mail you a Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation. Check'A'Month. We guarantee the 6% rate for whatever term IMGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 50 EAST MAIN STREET PHONE 342-4145

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