Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 11, 1973 · Page 8
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 11, 1973
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8 CsQtesbura Registef^aj!,Golesbufg, III,Wednesdoy, July 11 ,. 1973 Slate Okays MenryCounty fail Plan CAMBRIDGE - A proposed county jail building for Henry County has received state approval, according to Roland W. Craig, chairman of the Henry County Board buildings committee. ' Craig told supervisors at a meeting Tuesday that the state Department of Corrections has approved construction plans for we new facility proposed for Cambridge. It is expected that $ids will be called about Nov. 1 and construction to start about Iterch 1, 1974. \ Board members were told that federal revenue sharing funds «ould be used for jail oonstruc- £cn purposes. A civil ds&isse grant wi'<t pay a portion of the new building also. ' Rallin Sommers, Geneseo, reporting tor the Merest Home Committee, said ithe home has at balance of $14,286 which includes the $10,000 allocated by Che county board in June. > Pressure i I Sommers indicated that state pressure to phase out the old building of Hillcrest Home for 4 shelter care facility was being Applied. He also reported that after construction plans were ekayed by the state, regulations flow call for smoke detectors to $e~ installed. * Walter Pobanz, Colona, executive committee chairman, suggested that county historical booklets be offered for sale at such events as Bishop Hill activities, the county fair, the Johnson 1910 Farm and others. He said that the price should be Jeduced to $5 in order to move Jhs booklets which are now stored at the courthouse and at a Cambridge bank. J Finances, drainage and weeds r re major problems along the :!inois-Mississdppi Canal which passes along 30 miles of Henry £ounty, the board was told and members were urged to contact representatives of the district to ^et action. * Not Popular £ Oliver R. Gorham, Kewanee, member of the liquor control committee, said that none of the liquor dealers he had contacted Jn the county favored the law which permits 19-year-olds to drink beer and wine. * Craig, reporting for the legislative committee, asked that the board indicate its support io legislators for Senate Bill 362 and Senate Bill 192. ; He said that about $50,000|60,000 in new money could be expected in the county if Senate Bill 462 passes which would delegate 25 per cent of inheritance taxes to the county where Jhey are filed, instead of the present 4 per cent. The bill •Js awaiting the governor's signature. -a Senate Bill 192 provides for a Inobile home tax which, Craig Said, could result in taking up •gome of the slack of the personal property tax. « The purchasing committee, Joaded by William C. Young, dr., Orion, was authorized to •buy a refrigerator for the Jtitchen at the jail. Young said 2r »at voting machines are to be Jntroduced in the county in 1974. 4Te also asked that, in cases of a focard member being absent 5rom a meeting, that a packet |>e mailed to him including jn mutes and reports of the meeting. The suggestion met Srith approval. » Zoning Okay I Orville Bartz, zoning enforcing officer, offered a rezoning jecommendation as a result of « July 6 meeting at Hooppole, providing that former restaurant property at the Junction of fll. 92 and 78 be changed from *-2 to M-l for a motor freight germinal. The recommendation $-as approved. Bartz presented jeveral survey plats, all of •which were approved. £ Walter Nehls, Geneseo, chairman of the taxes committee, reverted that a total of $2,128.82 Sad been collected in back 3&xes during the last month. J'ihen inquiry was made on how 4png the delinquent tax depart- *hent will continue to function, He said that quite a few regained to be collected, •j Robert Tarleton, Galva, ohair- «ian of conservation and Ifrurism, asked that the chairman name a committee of 8-15 persons to serve on a county committee to plan for the state's tji-centennial He said that state glans for the event in three jjears are already underway and the state chairman had Jjsked that county planning SCR'-'*. New Trial Date Is Expected In Wayne King Court Case GALVA — A new date is ex* pected to be set in the trial of Wayne S. King, Kewanee, Who is charged with three counts of attempted murder. An order far a new date was entered after a petition requesting a continuance was filed by King's new lawyers, according to David DeDoncker, Rock Island County state's attorney. Louis P. Walter Jr., Ohio, an attorney retained by King after the Jan. 27 shooting incident at a Rock Island bar, withdrew fmm the case last week, according to reports, apparently over a financial dispute. The new legal firm represent­ ing King is Winstein, Kavensky and Wallace, Rock Island. The case was brought before a jury at Rock Island in June. Judge Robert J. Horberg declared a mistrial when the jury's findings were inconsistent. King is reportedly free on bond. He is a former Galva Middle School teacher. The Bishop Hit Heritage Assn. wilil offer a series of coilonyioriented craft classes July 17 through Aug. 30. The classes will meet once a week at the Blacksmith Shop and will be two hours in length. Persons interested in the classes should contact craft direc- Galva MRS. SUSAN HEPNER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 24 NE Third Ave. Phone 932-2725 tor Mrs. Mary Jane Atkinson, Galva, or register at the Blacksmith Shop. Stefrart Fahnstrom will teach hlactemithing on Tuesday eve* nings at 7:30 p.m. from July 17 through Aug. 28. The 7- session course will cost $20. Orlie Chilberg will teach chair caning on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. July 19 through Aug. 16. Mrs. Vern Mount will be instructor of a spinning class on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Students must provide their own spinning wheel. David Rogers To Star at Country Show BUSHNELL—David Rogers, a country and western siger, will be the star attraction during this year's Bushnell Town and Country Festival. Festival officials said Rogers will be featured in free matinee and evening shows during fes fcivities next month. Programs will be held in the East Park. Rogers, a native of Atlanta, Ga., began his career in a night club there and went on to perform at Nashville, Term. In 1970 his recording, "I Wake Up in Heaven," won him a best new vocalist 'award from Billboard magazine. Also appearing at the Aug. 24 performances will be Sherry Bryce, a singer and composer of country and western songs and Roy Acuiff, a singer. Bonnie Ferguson and her band, "The Country Green," will en­ tertain Aug. 25. Miss Ferguson began her career singing gospel songs in church and later was a member of the WGN, Chicago, bam dance program. She has made guest appear* ahces with country music stars including Connie Smith and Roy Clark. Those present at the Tracey reunion Sunday at the Bush* nell Masonic TempHe were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Howe, Morrison; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilhelm, Industry; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Oberjohnn and Miss Linda Ewen, all of Rosevilile; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sohoiltz, Fort Madison, Iowa; Miss Edith Reiner, Montrose, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Lomax, Tracy and Stuart, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Van- Syke, Mr. and Mrs. Myrle Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Tracey, Cheryl and Kendall, Mr. and Mrs. William Heath, Mrs. Glen* rose Roberts, Mrs. Helen Lau- terhach, Steve Morey, Tarre Gantry, Mark Gantry, Craig Heath, Miss Gertrude Garretson, Mrs. Marie Heath and Mrs. Louise Heath, ai of Bushnell. Next year's reunion will be held at the same location on the second Sunday of July. An evening thunderstorm Monday left Bushnell .71 of rain and resulted in a power outage for some Municipal Utility users. Lightning caused interruption of service in the east section of the city for about IV2 hours, a spokesman for the utility said. Branch III, McDonough District Hospital Auxiliary schedule for volunteers has been announced for the fallowing week: Bushnell • MRS. JAY CLEMENS Correspondent Home Addrest: M0 W. Hurst St. Phone 772-2240 Monday morning, coffee shop, Mrs. Bernice Wagner and Mrs. Thelma Curtis; Wednesday morning, coffee shop, Mrs. Grace Fayhee.and Mrs. Kathryn Wrestler^ and Thursday morning, coffee shop, Mrs. Barbara Murffin and Mrs. Margo Speer. On this day in history: In 1864, American economists claimed that Civil War inflation had cut the value of the U.S. dollar to 39 cents. 0.7. Johnson Co., Galesburg's Greatest Store Sine* 18621 MIRRO 4 QT. PRESSURE COOKER Four only Mirror heavy aluminum cookers. Cooks food faster and retains vitamins. Saves time and money when you use it. $ 8 95 '4) MIRROR ALUMINUM PAN SETS. Heavy weight set includes: 2 covered saucepans, 10 in. skillet and Dutch oven. $19.95 value .._ $10.95 (5) WEST BEND 9 CUP AUTO. POLY. PERK. Poppy only. Makes delicious coffee every time. Buy now and save $5.97 (6) SETS OF 4 KING SIZE TV TRAYS. Four metal trays with floral design. Roll- about rack Set $5.00 DOWNSTAIRS STORE O.T.'s BURG SPECIAL PURCHASE SLACKS Pull-on style slacks in patterns and solid colors. Lights and darks. Flare and straight eg. Sizes 8 to 18. $g90 FAMOUS NAME JR. & MISSY SPORTSWEAR. This group includes: Skirts, Vests, Sweaters, Slacks and Blouses. Broken sizes. Values to $25.00 $2.00 SPECIAL PURCHASE COTTON KNIT TOPS. Sleeveless and short sleeve. Tank Tops, Cardigans, Pull-overs. Florals and solids. Sizes: Smal, Med. and Large $3.50 SPECIAL PURCHASE LONG-SLEEVE BLOUSES Prints and solids. Poly, and cotton blend. Sizes 32 through 38 -.2 for $5.00 PASTEL SKIRT & SWEATER SETS. By Organically Grown. Sizes 5 to 13. REGULAR TO $28.00 -$15.00 STREET FLOOR — WEST SHIFTS CULOTTE DRESSES Missy and half-size cotton dresses in at- tractipe summer-bright prints. From regular stock. Were to $12.90 $£00 -John Quincy Adams, sixth president of the United States, las born July 11, 1767. I ONE RACK REDUCED PRICE DRESSES. Junior, Missy and Half-Size dresses and some pant suits. You will find great bargains. Values to $28.00 $5.00 DENIM JEANS, IN THE SPOT. Hip Hugger styles with flare bottoms. Sizes: 5 to 15. Regular $10.00 $5.00 SECOND FLOOR MEN'S GOLF SHIRTS Men's Famous MakeV Golf Shirts in Cotton and Cotton Blends. Assorted colors and styles.' Regular priced to $10. 3 ,.,*10 00 MEN'S FAMOUS MAKER GOLF SHIRTS. Assorted colors and styles. Regular priced to $12.00. Now $5.90 MEN'S FAMOUS MAKER OUTERWEAR. Spring and Summer styles in broken sizes. Regular tp $20.00 - __$9.90 MEN'S SOLID COLOR WALK SHORTS. Broken sizes. Reg. to $6.00 $3.50 MEN'S DOUBLE KNIT WALK SHORTS. Solid colors. Broken sizes. Regular $10.50 _„___$5.90 MEN'S BOXER TYPE SWIM TRUNKS. Broken sizes. Regular $6.00 $6.50 MEN'S SUMMER PAJAMAS. Short sleeve and leg. Reg. $5.00 $3.50 MEN'S DOUBLE KNIT SPORT COATS. Five only. Reg. to $65.00 -$29.00 STREET FLOOR DOMESTICS CLEARANCE PERMA PRESS TABLECLOTHS Blue or green with white flocking. 8 only.' Regular $9.00 -_$3.90 ASSORTED YARN. Regular 85c 4 for $1.00 (6) QUILTED TWIN BEDSPREADS. Florals and plains. Reg. $10.88 —$5.00 (1) LINEN TABLECLOTH Prints and plains. Reg. to $12 $6.00 (4) THROW RUGS, Assorted colors. Reg. $3.00 — $1.50 WICKER SEWING BASKETS. Seven only. Reg. $4.00 .__$2.00 (8) AFGHAN KITS. Peacock Parogon, Reg. $17.00 __. .-$10.00 ASSORTED NEDDLEWORK KITS. Crewel patterns. Reg. $7.00 .—$3.00 NEDDLEWORK KITS. Regular $4.00 „ _ _ - $2.00 DOWNSTAIRS STORE TIE HOUSE SLIPPERS Crepe soles. Nailhead trim. Brown and gold or navy and red. Broken sizes. Regular Price $6.00. Now only, $2|oo (15) WHITE, BLACK * RED SANDALS. Broken sizes. Reg. $4. to $5 __- $3.00 EXTRA LONG PANTY HOSE. Fits I8V2 to 241 /2 dress size. Taupe, toast brown. Reg. $1.29 99c STREET FLOOR MEN'S & WOMEN'S FAMOUS NAME WATCHES Ladies 17 to 21-jewel movements. Men's 17 to 25-jewel movements. Many sizes and sytles. Metal or leather straps included in this low price. Nationally advertised values to $140. $29 9 ° (10) LADIES' SWEATERS Assorted sizes. Values to $9 $3.00 (30) IMPORTED VINYL STRAW BAGS. White and natural. Reg. to $4 $2.25 (3) LARGE CANVAS TOTE BAGS. Lower compartment. $10 value -$4.00 (3) CUT VELVET BAGS. Inside zipper. Reg. $16.00 -_$9.00 (19) ONE SIZE STRETCH SUN TOPS. Red, black or blue and white. $2 $1.50 STREET FLOOR COSMETIC SPECIALS (5) COSMETIC TRAVEL BAGS. Assorted styles and colors. Original price $4 to $8 - $1.50 to $3.00' (9) HAND & BODY LOTION. Name Brand. Reg. $2.50 $1.00 (5) TRAVEL ORGANIZERS. Holds every day necessities. Regular price $13.00 $7.00 STREET FLOOR . 1 J) BOY'S COLORED JEANS REDUCED Twenty-seven pairs of colored jeans for boys in broken sizes, 8 to 16. Regularly priced to $6.00. Now, V2 Price (18) BOY'S 4 TO 7 WHITE SHIRTS. Short sleeve : 50c BOYS 8 TO 20 UNDERWEAR. 30 T-Shirts, 18 Briefs 3 for $2.00 (IS) BOY'S 8 TO 20 SPORT COATS. Regular to $25.00 $15.00 BOY'S 4 TO 20 SWIMTRUNKS. Assorted colors. Reg. $6.00 -$1.90 BOYS 8 TO 20 SUMMER PAJAMAS. Long and short leg styles. All from regular stock. Regular $5.00 $1.90 LITTLE BOY'S 4 TO 8 SLACKS. Regular and slim styles. Regular to $7.50 2 pair $3.00 BIG BOY'S 8 TO 14 SLACKS. Regular and slim styles. Regular to $8.00 2 pair $5.00 BOY'S 10 TO 16 KNIT SHIRTS. Short sleeve. Reg. $4.00 $2.00 STREET FLOOR SHOP O.T.'s 10 To 9 FRI. & MON. OTHER DAYS 10 To 5 GIRL'S SWIMWEAR TODDLERS TO PRE TEENS $544 $700 12 00 Good assortment of colors in 1 and 2 piece Toddlers 2 to 4. $^44 Were $3.50 to $6.00 dL to Girl's 4 to 6x. $0 44 Were $5.00 to $7.50 O to Girl's 7 to 14. $A 00 Were $8.00 to $10.00 W to Pre Teen 8 to 16. $C00 $ Were $3.00 to $17.00 to GIRL'S FAMOUS NAME KNIT SPORTSWEAR Size: 4 to 6x. Shorts and tops. Good assort ment of styles and colors. Were $3.50 to $6.00 ___.$2.77 to $4.77 GIRL'S 7 TO 14 KNIT SPORTSWEAR Great buys for now and later. Tops and slacks. Not all sizes. Were $6.00 to $10.00 1__$4.44 fo $7.44 GIRL'S SLEEVELESS TOPS & SHORTS. Great assortment of Knits and Perm. Press Wewe to $3.50 ____$1.77 to $2.77 GIRL'S DRESS & PANTY (SIZZLER) SETS. Cotton prints or seersucker. Size 4 to 6x. Were $4.90 -$3.77 Size 7 to 14. Were $5.90 - $4.77 RACK OF YOUNG JUNIOR SPORTSWEAR. Jeans, tops, shorts, etc. Drastically reduced. Were to $10.00 $3.00 GIRL'S WHITE SLACKS & JEANS. Size "3 to 6x. Were to $5.25 $3.77 Size 7 to 14. Were to $7.50 $4.77 Young Jrs. Were $12.00 : $9.44 GIRLS SUMMER SLEEPWEAR & LOUNGEWEAR Shorty Pjs., Long Pjs., Gowns, Robes and Culotte Pjs. Were $5.00 to $7.50. Now reduced to - $3.77 and $5.77 GROUP OF CHUBBY GIRLS WEAR REDUCED Includes dresses,, shorts and tops. Formerly priced to $10.00 -$4.00 SIZES 2 TO 4 TODDLER BOY'S SUITS. Long and short pant styles. Were $7.00 to $9.00 $5.00 and $6.00 INFANTS & TODDLERS TERRY PLAYWEAR. Sunsits, Hooded Tops, 2-Pc. Sets. Were $4.00 to $6.00 $2.77 and $4.77 SECOND FLOOR J 10 ONLY ROBES & GOWNS Two $28.00 Perma Press Print Robes size 12 and 18. Six $27.00 Sleeveless Print Hostess Gowns with Mandarin collar, sizes 8 to 16. Two short sleeve Print Hostess Gowns sizes 14 and 18, $27 $|g00 (2) DOT PRINT LONG DRESSES. Sizes 11 and 13. Reg. $25.00 $15.00 DISPOSABLE BIKINIS (5 IN PACKAGE). Great for travel. Reg. $1.25 20c pak. STREET FLOOR

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