Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 6, 1973 · Page 28
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I. 28 Galesburg Register-Moil, Goltsburg, fayourihouqh^ Dear Penny, Could you please give me some information about trying to start a youth center? Is there a committee working on setting one up? If so, would you please tell me the people involved and what their plans are? Interested Dear Interested, There have been various groups in the past few years working toward establishing a youth center in the community. The latest group is headed by Rev. James Rickey, assistant pastor at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. I do not know where the plans for the youth center stand just now, but if you want to call Fr. Rickey, I am sure he will bring you up to date. Dear Penny, I'm at my wits' end. My sister asked if she could stay a couple of days until she found an apartment. That couple of days has lasted almost four weeks. She has been asked to move in various ways, but she won't budge. She has a job and a car. We have a small house and no room for visitors. We have a 1-bedroom house. Our four daughters sleep on bunk beds, and my husband and I sleep on the enclosed back porch. My sister either sleeps on the couch or with one of the girls. How do you tell people you don't have room for them? I'm out of ideas. Help! M. F. Dear M. F., You stop telling them in various ways and tell them straight out! Start out by telling your sister that you expect her to find another place no later than the end of the week. Then when the end of the week comes you help her pack! Dear Penny, There is a frustrating problem at Carl Sandburg College that I believe could be solved. It concerns the book store. The hours seem to be rather flexible and known to no one in particular. It's time consuming to drive out there, find the store shut down, and no one who knows when it will be open again. We must have the books to study from, and the instructors are very patient because they recognize the problem, too. We have complained to the office, but no improvement has been noticed yet. CSC Booster Dear Booster, It certainly doesn't seem unreasonable to me to ask that the book store post its hours where all students will be able to see them. If the hours are not at all regular during the summer, it is still reasonable to ask that the person in charge leave a note on the door stating when the store will next be open. Dear Penny, My hat is off to a small town of only 700 population. LaMoille, HI., had a celebration called "Buffalo Days" June 22-24. There were 176 entries, and the parade was two hours long. All the surrounding towns participated, and there were even entries from Iowa and Louisiana. The parade was simply fabulous. Why can't our parades be enlivened by surrounding towns? Tom and David Perrine Parade Participants Dear Participants, Local parades are generally open to out-of-town entries, including bands. One thing you need to remember is that putting together a celebration of that magnitude takes a great deal of work on the part of some group to make it successful. It generally is not done on a yearly basis in smaller communities, but is usually on a special occasion like a centennial or anniversary of some historic event. Maybe we'll have a 2-hour parade one of these days, too. Thinking of you . . . Penny Send your questions to Penny, in care of the Galesburg Register-Mail. Penny will answer all letters to which a personal reply is desired. As many letters as space permits will be used in this column. Friday/July 6, 1973 DIDNT HIT But567is still TOPS in the automotive circuit! (And Our Best Record Ever!) We've barely missed hitting 600, but like they used to say in old Flatbush, "Wait until next year!" Excellent performances were turned in by MICK HILLIER, VVAYNE CONN, RAY McGRAW, JIM CRISMAN and PHIL LOWNEY. WITH SPECIAL mention going to JERRY SILBERER and ROBIN GODSIL. Yes folks, we didn't bat across 600 sales tallies but we certainly made our old records look sick by comparison and we thank you one and all! (456 was our best record to date). If You Mss Important Calls l/l/hen You're In Your Car You need a car telephone.,. It works like your phone at home and at your business, just pickup the hand set when that important person calls. Get all the facts today. INTRA STATE TELEPHONE CO. 100 N. Cherry St Phone 343-1112 . ior 4 very good reasons!! (1) To say "Thank You!" (2) To give all who missed out a second chance! (3) To correspond with Chevy's sale nationally. (It runs through the 20th). (4) To pursue the Grand Awards and prizes from Chevrolet. (Something we got a late start on). Over Loaded Used Cars .» 400 SMS'- With As '73 Chev, Monte Carlo V8, Auto., P.S., P.B., factory Air. Buckets. Silver- %A7 AA Black Vinyl Roof - *t# **** '71 Chev. Townsman SW All Power, Fact. Air Light Blue, $JQAA Matching Trim •»» ' ~™ '72 Gran Torino 4-Dr. Red, Full Power %*\AAA Factory Air *3 '72 Ford Torino 2-Dr. H.T. Automatic, P.S., P.B., K Ai '....._ $ 3244 '70 Nova 2-Dr. 6 Cyl. Auto. Trani. $<B QAA Beige, Black Trim- 1044 '70 Buick Skylark 2-Dr. HT Automatic, P.S., P.B. Factory Air $' Vinyl Roof '71 Vega Kammback S.W. Automatic P/Steering. New Tires, Green %^1AA Green Interior. Xl 4 T fi T '71 Impala Kingswood 9 Pass. Wagon, Automatic, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Factory Air, Luggage Rack, Dark Green Vinyl $%9-dL& Interior W*^" '71 Vega Kammback S.W, Auto. Fact. Air. Blue A A Blue Bucket Seats. — A -2L *T*T '70 Dodge Super Bee All Power, Factory Air, Solid Black, $0 ^1 A A Black Bucket Seats- f -fc «3 *T , T '72 Plym. Valiant Scamp All Power, Factory Air, Gold Black Vinyl Roof, 13,000 Miles. '70 Torino 4-Dr. Sedan 6-Cyl. Straight Stick. 20,000 Miles. Green. $1 IZAA With Black Interior. + l«# fc f i T 72 Chevy 1 Ton Truck 350, 4 Speed, Power Steering, Dual Wheels, Radio, & £.._. $ 3944 '72 Ford Galaxie 500 2-Or. Hardtop, Dark Green. Green Vinyl Roof, %%AAA Full Power, fac. Air *?*f '71 Ford Ranch Wagon All Power, Factory Air- 36,000 Miles $OAAA Solid Beige £.**HHt '72 Grand Torino 4-Dr. V8, Auto. All Power, Factory Air. Solid $<kAAA Brown, Clean. —| ,l, f""f '70 Fiat Convertible 4 Speed. $«• CAA Solid Black •__ I '72 Vega Hatchback Cpe. Automatic trans. t!L.A A Factory Air ____ A^HTH" '69 Chev. Impala 4-Dr. Low Mileage, All Power Factory Air $17 A A Green Gold • * I i 71 Maverick 4-Dr. Automatic, P. Steering, 19,000 »«,?':---- $ 2244 71 Chev. Impala Convert. Drk. Blue/White Top, Full Power, Factory Air -L — l""T 70 Torino GX V8, Three in the $17 A A Tree, Drk. Green - I / "1 1 1 Just one example*.* Brand New 1973 Chevelle Malibu 2-Dr. H.T. With Turbo-Hydramatic transmission, power steering, radio, outside mirror, 307 V-8 en* gine, back-up lights, disc brakes, windshield washers . . . everything you need and want in a new car. This is not a stripped down model, at this low low price, it's a beauty. • U L 1 Mi .ill It's Weaver-Yemm for WINNEBAGO MOTOR HOMES SAVE 50% MORE ON WINNEBAGO, TOO! You can get the best deal of the year on a Winnebago Motor Home during the "600" time, tool Like this Chieftain, Winnebago's top of the line motor home, offering as standard equipment what you'd pay extra for on ether prestige motor homes. Get more with Winnebago , . . save more now at Weayer-Yemml 1973 IMPALA 4-DR. SEDAN List Price $4,468.90 Discount $ 780 90 DELIVERED PRICE Remember FREE VegOYou still have a dtane« to win a new Vega. Simply be 18 or over, register. Nothing to buy. You must be s licensed driver. Winner to be drawn Saturday, July 21st at 10:00 A.M. You need not be present to win. Price Includes: Factory Air Conditioning, Turbohy- dramatic Transmission, Power Steering, Power Disc Brakes, Radio, White Walls, Wheel Covers, Tinted Glass and 350 Engine. ( »197) DPC, INC. ©1971 by Dombroiky/'P«ck Coplitign, Inc. 2195 N. HENDERSON JT./GALE5BURG/PH. 343-7101 •

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