Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 5, 1973 · Page 21
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, July 5, 1973
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12 (aatesbiirfl RegjistefrMail, (ktlesburg* III, Thursdcay/ July 5, 1973 Twigs and Underwater 'Road Signs 9 Point Way for Ren d Lake Fisherman By VIC WATTA CABLYLE LAKE, 111. (UPI) —This 26,000-acre reservoir is Illinois' largest lake, but because it is located only 50 miles east of St. Louis, it appeals as much to Missouri anglers as it does to Illinois fishermen. BUnols Outdoors Although known for its crappie fishing, this year it has taken an upswing in its appeal to bass anglers, and local residents say that during the week one has little trouble coming up with a string of largemouth bass. However, during the weekend when visitors flock to the lake, the bass become more difficult to find, often driven to deeper holes by power boat activity on the lake. More than two million people visited here last year, but high water this year continues to affect the turnout. It is impossible to launch a large boat at the West Access Marina, one of the nine boat launching sites along the lake, and some picnic grounds still remain under water. Therefore, Keysport Harbor is taking the bulk of the boat traffic on the west end of the lake until the launching ramps at West Access are able to open which is expected in about two weeks. The growing popularity of bass fishing is becoming evident by the fact that more bass clubs in the state are holding tournaments here. During the past couple of weeks, numerous' bassmen have been scouting the water in preparation for the July 14-15 two-man team tournament being sponsored by the Bass Casters Association, The BCA regional tournament is expected to draw several hundred anglers who will be competing for thousands of dollars in prize money. Joe Verbeck, one of Illinois' top bass anglers who placed second in the Kentucky Lake Invitational tournament in May, fished here last /weekend and said he limited out on "1-pound and l 1 -^-pound bass using plastic worms in six to 12 feet of water." Illinois Department of Conservation officials agree that bass fishing is on the way up at Carlyle. Although many fish still are small, V-k pounders are not uncommon and some 6 pounders can be taken, officials said. Under normal lake conditions, some choice bass fishing can be found in the Peppenhorst Branch, Coles Creek, along the Burlington Northern Railroad, the dam, and prominent points along the shoreline, such as points 2, 4, 5, 6, 15, 17 and 18. Popular lures on the lake include plastic worms, bombers, sonics, bushwackers and lucky 13s. Old roadbeds and bottomland lakes are also good bass fishing spots when the lake is at normal conditions. However, because of the high water, many bass fishermen will find themselves working to find the fish. One of the most popular fish in Carlyle besides crappie is the channel cat. It's popularity is evident on this lake by the numerous trotlines set out by anglers and marked with plastic jugs. Channel cats run most ly up to 6 pounds here, but FOLDING ALUMINUM PATIO CHAIRS ./ Ideal (of patio, s * porch or lawn ,/ Weather-res'sunt » 5x4x4 two-wn« polyp'opyten* webbing blend* With sny decor Deluxe one-inch V tquare alwunua AvallabU At *Ui «lon *l tubing Fiititon* Stoi» M.49 MCJI EACH Limit 2 per customer •t this price. firestone CAMPERS! VANS! PICKUPS! RKITONE TRANSMIT* TWCIT1IB *IA73 •.00-18 Blick Tube-Typ« Plus 12.33 F.E.T.ind tin off your vehicle, ••ply rated. the people UK people We're RADIAL TIRE Headquarters^ 188 E. Simmons Ph. 343-3179 Let Us Service Your Car While You Work. Transportation Service to Your Work or Home Mon. - Fri. 8 AM-5 PM; Sat 8 AM-2 PM PLENTY OF FREE PARKING ROSENBERRY TEXACO E. Main & Line Knoxville, ILL 289-2151 JERRY'S TEXACO Martin & Monroe Abingdon, III. 462-2784 DAVE & ANDY'S 1-74 & E. Main 343-9477 TATE SERVICE STATION Seminary & Fremont 343-2018 SMITH & ALLEN 41 N. Kellogg 342-4413 BOLIN MOBIL 631 N. Henderson 343-1553 (lathead cats in excess of 30 pounds have been taken. The lake also offers bluegill fishing, and has carp, freshwater drum, bullheads, buffalo fish, walleye, sauger, skipjack herring, American eel and paddlefish. With 85 miles of shoreline, the lake Is situated in lour counties—Clinton, Bond, Fayette and Marion. It has four major public camping areas with more than 600 campsites. It also has four swimming beaches and numerous picnic sites. The most popular bank fishing area for people without a boat is the tailwater below the dam. Illinois' largest lake is the result of a $41 million project started in 1968 and completed in 1967 for development of the Kaskaskia River Basin for flood control, water supply, fish and wildlife conservation, recreation navigation and downstream water quality control. HOSPITAL NOTES Lutrell Families Hold 38th Meet At Floral Hall ALPHA — The 38th annual reunion of the Lutrell families was held July 1 at Floral Hall in North Henderson with 31 persons attending. There was a potluck dinner at noon followed by a business meeting. Larry Plunkett, Alpha, was elected president, and Mrs. Katbryn Diggs, Rock Island, was elected secretary. Oldest member present was Mrs. Ward Lutrell, Aledo, and the youngest was Michael Plunkett, Alpha. Next year's reunion will be held on the fourth Sunday of June in the same place. Mrs. Agnes Krueger and Mrs. Maxine Doxsee have returned from a week's vacation in Hawaii. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Price and family and Mr. and Mrs, David Lambin attended the wedding June 30, in Hale, Mo., of Elmer Dean Price, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Price, Alpha, and Vicki Shatto, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shatto, Hale, Mo. The couple will reside in Alpha. Mr. and Mrs. Robert WoroaU, of Pennsylvania, have purchased the home of Mrs. Agnes Krueger. Mrs. Krueger has built a new home. Mr. Worrall is em- loyed at Hynes and Howe in New Windsor. 'Charley's Aunt' Production Set For Viola Play VIOLA - "Charley's Aunt," a play by Brandon Thomas, will be given here July 12-15 and July 19-22 at the Viola Opera House. Performances each week will be at 8 p.m. Thursday and Friday and at 6:30 and 9:30 p.m. on Saturday. A special matinee w.'ll be given Sunday at 3 p.m. Dennis Hitchcock, director- producer of the Augustana Col- ege Pitchfork Players, will direct the play. Members of the cast are Jim Clark, Viola; Mike Catlin, Hoffman Estates; Peter Soderberg, Rock Island; Kim Eastland, Moline, and Steve Nelson, Viola. Others taking part in the play are Susie Holgersson, Coal Valley; Ginny Horton, East Moline; Sandy Smith, Chicago; Lisa Johnson, Chicago, and Dwight Larson, Rock Island. Auditions for "Hay Fever," the final production of the sea son for the Augustana College Pitchfork Players, will be held Monday at 7 p.m. at the Viola Opera House. The play will be presented July 26-29 at the Opera House. Cottage ADMISSION TUESDAY: James Pecsi, 766 Clark St. Mrs. Margaret E. Miller, Abingdon David Anderson, 900 E. Washington Ave. Lynn A. Luna, 727 Johnston St. Mrs. Carolyn J. Hinchee, 1423 Lane Ave. Corliss J. Oliver, 732 Bateman St. Charles O. Fowler, 529 E. Knox St. DISMISSALS TUESDAY: Mrs. Julie K. Hoffman, 300 E. Davis St. Donald D. Wright, 152 S. Pleasant Ave. Phillip D. Montgomery, 208 Division St. David L. Kniss, 903 Harrison St. Mrs. Jane H. Cameron, Monmouth Mrs. Deena L. Slagel, Abingdon Mrs. Patrice R. Dillard, 670 S. Academy St. Mrs. Cora L. Tune, 372 W. North St. Mrs. Nancy M. Sndercock, Abingdon Mrs. Kay L. Maertens, Galva Mrs. Martha Biederbeck, Galva Clarence H. Carlson, Wataga Mrs. Evelyn M. Johnson, Galva James Pecsi, 766 Clark St. Emerson Vail, Macomb Route 4 ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY: Mrs. Vickie Stevens, North Henderson Mrs. Amanda L. Dahlstrom, 633 Willard St. Mrs. Defara J. Thomas, Gilson Mrs. Lula A. Gustafson, 861 E. Prospect St. Toyica L. Toops, Monmouth Frank W. Wertz, Atedo James E. Roffey, Eimwood Mrs. Ma B. SLagfe, 685 N. West St. Harolyn F. Gulson, 1035 S. Farnhaim St. Travis O. Johnson, Maquon Mrs. Linda L. Lundgren, 601 Dudley St. Ronnie R. Sornberger, 705 Monroe St. DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY: Rahnee J. Westlaffl, Gdison Thomas H. Poling, Monmouth Marion H. Combs, Maquon Mary E. Combs, Maquon Miiss Florence A. Wiley, 1159 N. Kellogg St. Jack L. Swanson, Gilson •Mrs. Maxine J. Hilyer, 567 Franklin Ave. Lynn A. Luna, 727 Johnston St. Roy A. Neilson, 672 W. Grove St. Mary F. Wiliaims, Bushneii Social Security Checks Delayed DAYTON, Ohio (UPI) - A mail processing breakdown in Chicago post offices earlier this week delayed home delivery of Social Security checks to persons in 11 midwestern states, including Ohio where up to one- half of the state's 1.3 million recipients were affected. Post offices in DaytAi) Cleveand, Cincinnati and other Ohio cities remained open despite he July 4th holiday to distribute the checks, which are normally delivered on the third of each month. Bags of the Social Security checks arrived in Ohio post offices Tuesday night, but about 15,000 checks for Dayton recipi ents were still missing, as were about 10 per cent of the Cincin nati area checks. Apparently, the 100,000 checks normally delivered to the 49 Cleveland post offices were all accounted for. Fulton Society To Tour Home FAIRVIEW - The Fulton County Historical Society will tour a home built in the 1830's when it meets Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at the residence of Dr. and Mrs. Lowell B. Fisher, one mile east of Fairview. The same man who built the Dutch Reformed Church, Fairview, built the Fisher home. The Fishers will tell society members how the home was restored. I In case of rain the meeting; will be at the Reformed Church I in Fairview. Squad Explodes Homemade Bomb CHICAGO (UPI) - An Army bomb disposal squad Wednes day exploded a homemade bomb discovered inside a supermarket in suburban River Forest, authorities said. Manager Tony Malone of the Jewel Food Store said the store had received a telephoned bomb threat last Sunday. A prolonged search by police and store employes failed to turn up anything. Wednesday, Malone said, he discovered a paper bag hidden behind the bread rack which contained "what looked like two sticks of dynamite and a battery taped together." Malone said he took the bag outside the store and telephoned the police. Police called in the disposal squad from Ft. Sheridan and they exploded the bomb. "It sounded like a torpedo," Malone said. There were no injuries. St. Mary's ADMISSIONS TUESDAY: William W. Adair, 1216 Court St, Mrs. Attn Ashley, Knwtflta Robert L. Boughton, Ketthsburg William R. Bracket*, 1568 S. Henderson St. Robert E. Hickey, KnoxviHe Mrs. Frances A. Houlihan, 989 E. Fremont St. Neia R. Johnson, Galva Theodore A. Linze, Galesburg Route 4 Ted A Renter, 1477 Florence Ave. Robert D. Sandercock, Abingdon Rodney Lee Tucker, Victoria Mrs. Nancy L. West, Abingdon Danny G. Whitjaotnb, North Henderson DISMISSALS TUESDAY: Mrs. Alice E. Baldwin, Abingdon Mrs. Sandra K. Lovitt, 186 Indiana Ave. Miss Dim Rae Lox, Gladstone David E. McCune, Abingdon Michael A. McCune, Abingdon Miss Kathy J. Corbin, East Gaiesburg Mrs. Diane Marie Howard, Abingdon Mrs. Joan D. Portiio, 663 Holton St. Mrs. Judith A Morse, Abingdon James E. Wison, 873 . W. Main St. Curtis N. Barton, Alpha James H. Benson, St Augustine Miss Marajaleen Bell, 1373 Grand Ave. Bernard Drake, 959 N. Broad St. Ford B. Perry, Abingdon Todd J. Hayes, 964 Pine St. Earl L. Pont, 2401 Grand Ave. James R. Blackburn, 561 S. Chambers St. Miss Katrina Washington, 507 Iowa Ct. ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY: Daniel J. Connelly, 1185 N. Broad St. Gary Els, Knoxville Mrs. Elizabeth J. Gones, KnoxviHe Kenneth W. Hodges, Macomb Mrs. Frances E. Higjbee, North Henderson Terry P. Hannam, Galva Jerome T. Main, 517 N. Cedar St. Ford B. Perry, Abingdon Mrs. Aleta Stotler, Abingdon M. Neil Spencer, 1368 N. Kellogg St. Trent D. Tucker, Abingdon Mrs. Mary J. Wagher, Dahdnda Eugene B. Wal, Avon DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY: WMam R. Neilson, 384 S. Seminary St. Ralph Y. Hoippuig, Knoxwile Mrs. Terri O'Brien, North Henderson Mrs. Phylis A. Black, Victoria Mrs. Shirley Combin, Gailesburg Route 2 Miss Mary Emminger, Abingdon Mrs. Hazel V. Pinkston, 146 Silver St. Allen D. Mahnesmath, Wataga Mrs. Lois M. Jordan, Knioxvile James M. Verheyen Jr., 208 Ohio Ave. Miss Sherri Kane, Knoxvdlle Mrs. Helen M. Irons, 1396 HoUycrest Dr. Mrs. Margie L. Hennenfent, Cameron Charles R. Wessels, 845 W. Grove St. Mrs. Cheryl E. Durbin, 460 Iowa Ave. London Mills Homecoming GetoUnder Way LONDON MILLS — Parades, programs and canoe races will highlight the 64th annual London Mills homecoming which began today. Among the events during the 4-day celebration will be a com* edy performance tonight by the Spoon River Drama Workshop which will also present a children's participation play Fri* day afternoon. Other local groups and individuals will also perform during the ceremonies. A parade will be held Saturday, its theme, "I Remember When." Featured in the festivi ties will be Miss Spoon River and Miss Teen-ege Queen of London Mills. Bonnie Ferguson and "The Country Green" will perform Saturday. Canoe races will be Sunday afternoon at Maquon Open Casting NEW YORK (UPI) - The producers of "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart's Club Band with the One and Only Billy Shears" issued an open casting call today for seven bearded ladies, roller-skating dancers, baton twiriers and "greaser - type stomp dancers." The musical Will be directed by Tom O'Hofgan. Rivers annually carry some 4 billion tons of dissolved salts to the world's oceans. LOSE WEIGHT OK MONEY BACK Odrlnex can help you become the trim slim person you want to be. Odrlnex is a tiny tablet and easily swallowed. Contains no dangerous drugs. No starving. No Special exercise. Get rid of excess fat and live longer. Odrlnex had been used successfully by thousands aU over the country for 14 years. Odrinex Plan costs 13.29 and the large economy size $5.15. You must lose ugly fat or your money will be refunded. No questions asked. Sold with this .guarantee by: HAWTHORNE DRUG STORE 15 E. Mala MAIL ORDER! FILLED I H! 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