Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 10, 1973 · Page 8
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 8

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 10, 1973
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Tuesday, July 10, 1973 ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Jtdfnt Addrets: Sid M. fmbtt it, Phone JK>-»1« BandConcert tnCityPark On Thursday KNOXVILLE - The Knoxville BaDd will present a, concert Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the city park. The program, announced by Charles Knapp, director, will include: The Rambler, Toccata for Band, Dixie Land Jamboree. Black Hawk Waltz, Our Heritage, Close to You, Citation, Golden Gate> Tropical Twi light, All I Have To Do Is Dream Gershwin Medley, March of the Spanish Soldiery and Star Spangled Banner. The Knoxville Woman's Club will conduct an ice cream social during the concert. Knoxville United Presbyterian Church Woman 's Association will hold an all-day meeting Wednesday at the church starting at 10 a .m. The meeting will be a workshop for Christmas in September project. Persons attending should bring a sack lunch. Wesleyan Service Guild members were hostesses to United Methodist Women at a meeting Monday evening at the church. The program was given by Mrs. Dorothy Senders on The Lord's Prayer, taken from the book "God's Psychiatry," by Charles Allen. Mrs. Mary McBeth conducted the business meeting, and plans for a bazaar were discussed Mrs. Mary Baughman gave a report on a School of Missions which she attended recently in Bloomington. Rev. John Clark was a guest. Dr. and Mrs. S. M. Hanauer and Jennifer have left for their home in Indian Wells, Calif., ?fter visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sherman. John Whitsitt, 13-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Whitsitt, had surgery Monday at Mercy Hospital, Iowa City. Evangelist Graham Says Pace of Stadium Crusades Too Much MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (UPI) — Age and the pace which has kept evangelist Billy Graham preaching the Gospel since 194? may finally be taking their toll. Graham told a news conference Monday that the upcoming 10-day upper Midwest crusade which begins Friday at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds in St. Paul "may be one of the latter stadium crusades. "I'm physically unable to do it," Graham said. The evangelist, who has drawn millions to his crusades for 25 years, is now 55. He said that the flamboyant style that has been his trademark takes too much out of him. He said the animated technique has got to become more can't base subdued because 1 he preach "from second anymore." The reference was to the holding of crusades in ball parks, which were frequently the only facilities large enough to hold the crowds he drew. Graham hinted some of the changes he sees in the future crusades may be initiated in Minnesota, other changes involve more use of television and a gradual tendency towards teaching and speaking in smaller groups around the country. Graham fielded numerous questions at news conference. Among them were questions about his current controversial statements in South Africa and the Watergate situation. Graham admitted he wished he had never made the remarks in South Africa which drew charges of racism from black religious leaders in the United States. Graham said that rapists should be cas* trated. He spent part of Monday meeting with black leaders who had threatened to boycott the crusade and withdraw ail support if an apology was not made. Apparently Graham was able to patch up his differences with the black leaders, because an announcement was made late Monday that leaders had called off the boycott. Referring to Watergate, Graham said he hopes the situation will be "clarified" in the near future. Graham has always been a close associate of President Nixon. He reminded reporters of a statement he made frequently in the past. Graham said there is still, in his Opinion, no evidence that the President had anything to do with the affair. Bushnell Woman Is Named Officer in Veterans 9 Group Pub Renamed BRIGHSTONE, Isle of Wight --ftfPI) — The citizens of "Brighstone decided to honor '.'three village clergymen who became bishops—by renaming the village's only pub The I! Three Bishops. BUSHNELL — Miss Christine Crook of BushmeU's Alice Carey Risley Tent, Daughters of Unton Veterans, has been named a state officer in the organization. She was installed Saturday as department press correspondent at a luncheon meeting at the Taytor McGiM Hotel, Clinton. Others from Bushnell and the area attending the meeting were Mrs. Crete Cadwiaiader and Mrs. Worthel C. Parks, both of Bushnell, and Mrs. Louise Adicoick of near Galesbuirg. Mrs. Robert Newell, librarian, has announced tittles of new books added recently to the BusJmedil Pulblic Library shelves. They incCiude: Adull fiction — The Hollow Hills, Stewart; The Florentine, Shulmanj Snowfire, Whitney; Green Darkness, Seton; The Broken Key, Roby; The Seventh Sinner, Peters; A Day No Pig Would Die, Peck; The Scent of Danger, Kyle; Masquerade in Venice; The Golden Soak. Innes, and The Music Within. deTrevino. Adult nen-flcilon — Scenic Wonders of America, Reader's Digest; Ask The Doctor, Fishbein; Photographs of American Nature. Teale; A Surgeon's World, Nolen; Reptiles and Amphibians, Cochran and Goln; The Morro Castle, Burton; The Silence of the North, Fredrickson; Animals of the Arctic, Stonehouse; Octopus and Squid, Cousteau; "The Best and the Brightest, Halberstam, and The Superlawyers, Goulden. Memorial book* — History of Pharmacy, Kremers and Urdant, ?iven in memory of Norbprt L. Clash by Craig Heath; Bulbs. Crockett, given in memorv of Mrs. Lillie Jones by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gordon; Flowering Houseplants. Crockett, eiven in memory of Mrs. Jones bv Mr. and Mrs. John Norcross; Teacher and Child. Ginott. Riven In memory of Mrs. Ida Steach by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gordon, and Minetree, Cooley, given in memory Bnshnell MRS. JAY CLEMENS Correspondent Home Address: MOW. Hurst St. Phone 772-2240 of Glash by Mrs. Betty Xessler and Darcy. Mrs. Anna Graves ha® purchased a home at 932 Cole St., where she has moved from 302 Cole St. She sold the home at 302 Cole St., to Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Campbell. Attending Presbyterian Choir Camp at Oregon, III, this week from Bushnell are Bonnie Wolf, Julie Scott, Maryann Haynes and Ruth Adamson. The girls will participate in a concert Friday at the camp. A steak-iand-&fo fry was held recently at the summer home of Mr. and Mrs. Verle Howard, Pontaosuc, in honor of two env pCloyes of the Farmers and Merchants State Bank at Buslh- neil. They are Mrs. Ross Walters, auditor and head bookkeeper for 25 years who will retire Saturday, and Earl Golf, a custodian, who retired July 1 after 24 years <f service. Galva School District Ends Year in Black GALVA— School District 224 ended the fiscal year in the black and is in good financial condition, Galva Superintendent of Schools Milo Watson told members of the Board of Education Monday night. Watson said the district had about $8,000 to $10,000 less on hand than at (he same time last year. But a tighter budget and more state aid offset the loss of personal property tax revenues and cutbacks in other aid to alow ending the year in the black, he said. Balances on Hand Balances on hand July 1 in various funds were $95,207 in the education fund, $13,473 in the building fund, $2,189 in transportation, $3,153 in Illinois Municipal Retirement, and $2,142 in the bonds and interest fund. Estimated expenditures in the tentative budget which board members studded were listed at $1,135,715, and estimated receipts for the next year were put at $1,105,560. Salary increases to certificated personnel are expected to total about $31,000 and to non-certificated employes, not including custodians, about $2,000. Watson told the board that almost every budget item has been reduced. Receipts are uncertain as a result of an anticipated loss in state aid and a drop in tax levy. No Funds Yet No tax funds have been received to date by District 224, and Watson was authorized to invest them when they are re ceived. Study was given on two estimates for blacktopping and oiling and chipping part or all of the high school parking lot. Board members will! continue to study the matter. The board voted to continue the "Type A" hot lunch program in all district schools, but agreed that.a strict economy policy must be followed ait the high school, where the (greatest loss has occurred during the past few years. The board also voted a 5-cent price hike on. lunches tor grades five through 12 and for adults. Students in the middle and high school will pay 50 cents per meail and adults will pay 65 cents. Watson said a sandwich bar or canteen was not advisable because of costs. He said the present program could be dropped and students asked to bring lunches, or the program could continue under the "Type A" system. He suggested that a lunch count be taken daily at the high school and relayed early each day to lunchroom personnel. Approve Contracts Four persons were approved for teaching contracts for the 1973-74 school year, inclucMng: —Miss Beth Entes, Kewanee, who will teach first grade at Bishop Hill. She wiftl replace Miss Pat Colgan, who resign ed. Galva MRS. SUSAN HEFNER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 24 NE Third Ave. Phone 932-2725 —iMrs. Jean Achterfoof, Galva, who wltt teach sixth grade in the Middle SchooL She replaces Miss Vicki Carlson, who resign)ed. —James H. G umbel, Mankato, Minn., who will teach high school industrial arts and be assistant basketball and track coach. — Mrs. Barbara Hammen, Rock Island, who will be speech therapist in District 224. She will commute from her home and be employed on a full-time basis. She will also work with the pre-school children who have, speech difficulties. The district received a total of $10,584 as a result of the rec ently settled tax collection suit in Henry County and paid its share of $1,162 toward legal fees, Watson reported. No action was taken on increasing supplemental fees for teachers who assist in athletic and other school activities. Watson explained that head coaching supplements were, in some cases, under those of some other schools, but supplements for assistants were compared favorably. Coaching Assignments Coaching assignments approved include Dick Martogolio, head football, and Dale Liesman and Charles Ault, assistants. Dale Liesman, head basketball coach, and James H. Gumbel, assistant; Don Kord, head track coach, and Gumbel, assistant. Martoglio head wrestling coach, and Ault in charge of the intramural program. Watson said he will attempt to arrange for vocal music instruction in the elementary and middle schools, and attempt to secure instruction for the high school. The board was told that it will receive funds from the estate |of Mrs. Grace Yocum Miller, but no definite amount will be See 'Galva'- (Continued on Page 13) Raw Sugar and VUtmlm Natural Foeda, OUa. Flouri. Sold At... 230 E. Mala. Xnoxvllle Abingdon 4 -H Clubs Schedule Areola Tour, Program ABINGDON—Members of the eligible to attend. Cardinal 4-H Club will travel by Registration blanks may be bus July 20 to Areola, where obtained from Jennifer Head, they will tour Rockome Gar- who will be assembly registrar. READ THE WANT ADS! SEE KNOXVILLE "MONEY STORE"! July 13, 1973 Galesburg Register-Mail dens. Reservations, due July 11, may be made with Joan Malone or Deannia dinger. The group's bus will leave the parking lot at Abingdon High School at 7 a.m. Abingdon-area 4-H Club members will display projects at an achievement day program at Sacred Heart Catholic Church Wednesday starting at 1:30 p.m. A Christian Church regional youth assembly will be held Aug. 3-5 at Eureka College. Youngsters in grades 7-12 are Abingdon Christian Church will pay half of the $25 registration fee for youths from this year who attend. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bulkeley and children, Red Oak, Iowa, Mrs. Nancy Davis and daughters, Lexington, Ky., and Mrs. David Butler, Chicago, visited last week here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bulkeley. Mike Pruett, Phoenix, Ariz., is spending two weeks at the home of his father, Dale Pruett. on MRS. GERALDINE BAUFR Correspondent RFO St. Augustine, 111. Phone 462-2477 SALE NATURALIZER SHOES FOR WOMEN Choice - All - Spring - 1973 Styles - Values to 21.95 Robert Fox, Tacoma, Wash., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Fox, last weekend. He a'so attended a high school reunion. Tickets have been issued by Abingdon police to: Edward R. Draper, 45, 800 N. Front, July 2, impersonating a police officer. Edward F. Dvorak, 78, 503 S. Main St., July 3, improper backing. He allegedly backed into a car driven by Delbert L. Smith, 24, 110 E. South St. Wayne H. Hillman Jr., 27, of near Avon, July 6, operating in violation of a restriction on| North Monroe Street at 7 p.m. Richard,G. Erwin, 26,,610 S. East St., July 7, no muffler. Gregg F. Sebben, 18, 200 N. 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