Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 11, 1973 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 11, 1973
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Board Hikes Driver Pay WILLtAMSFIELD-A rww lalary schedule tor bus driven was approved Monday night by WilllMrafield School District 210s BoVd M Education. Drivers will receive a $75 increase In pay, according to Thome* Collopy, board secretary. In Other action, the board authorised purchase of additional liability Insurance to protect the board and the school district, and approved a tentative budget for the 1973-74 term and posted it for a 36-day inspection period. A hearing on the budget will be held at the board's Aug. 13 meeting before final action is taken. John Pratt was employed a* a vocational agriculture instructor at the high school, tte replaces Michael Nordstrom, who resigned last month to take a similar position In Roanokt*Benson School District 60. Lynn Curtis, Wapcila, was employed ae tha new high school varsity basketball and baseball coach to replace Dave Whitman, who plans to go to graduate school. Tha board directed Larry MJppen, superintendent of schools, to seek a full* time custodian for the middle and grade schools. Williamsf ield Board Rejects Sunday Liquor Sales Plea WILLI AMSFIELD - Wil Uamatirid's Village Board of Trustees has rejected a request by owners of Hodges Supper Club here to operate their bar Sundays from 14 p.m. Willard and Kathleen Hodges, owners of the establishment, sought approval, for Sunday opening at board's July 2 meeting. Trustees, in denying the re quest, said by allowing it the only other bar in Williamsfield would also have to be permitted to open on Sundays. In other business, the board awarded a $3,122 contract to Gunther Construction Co., Galesburg, to resurface Kentucky Avenue. William Bycroft, a trustee, was authorized to purchase a new police car radio. Trustees instructed the village attorney to warn alleged violators of (he community's Junk and nuisance ordinance, and Voted to hire' Victoria auxiliary policemen to patrol here while Williamsfield's officer is on vacation. .The board also granted Tim Deubet permission to erect a steel bin near the Williamsfield Farmer's Elevator at the end of the alley behind the Town Hall. Mrs. Irene Branny and Christopher attended a dinner June 29, at Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry, honoring Nicholas Copernicus, a native of Poland who is known as the father of modern astronomy. Funds raised from the event will be used to build a Copernicus Center in Chicago to help increase knowledge of Polish culture in America, Mrs. Branny explained. Members of Williamsfield High School's Class of 1968 held their 5-year reunion June 30 at the Huddle Inn, Galesburg. A class picnic has been scheduled for Aug. 26. Alvina B. Ensley, postmaster at Laura since 1947, retired June 29. Mrs. Ensley and her husband will continue to live in Laura, where he is caretaker for Millbrook Grade School. Mrs. Myrle Loranoe has been THE GALESBURG CLINIC ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCES THE ASSOCIATION OF MADAN L. GUPTA, M.D. FOR THE PRACTICE OF INTERNAL MEDICINE < AND CARDIOLOGY DIPLOMATS, AMERICAN BOARD OF INTERNAL MEDICINE D. WILSON TAYLOR, M.D. FOR THE PRACTICE OF FAMILY MEDICINE DIPLOMATE, AMERICAN BOARD OF FAMILY PRACTICE 3315 NORTH SEMINARY STREET GALESBURG, ILLINOIS 61401 appointed officer-in-charge at the post office. Sugar 'n' Soke 4-H Club's achievement night will be held July 13 at 7 p.m. at WilHams- field United Methodist Church's Fellowship Hall. Williamsfiekl'4-H Club members will meet July 30 at the Little John Conservation Club. A potluck supper starting at 6:30 p.m. will precede the meeting. Capt. and Mrs. Royce H. Coe are the parents of a daughter, Margaret Elizabeth, bom July 3 at Del Rio, Tex. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Howard Coe, Laura, and maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Wolfe, Rockmart, Ga. Bids Are Sought For Bag Supply ROCK ISLAND - The Rock Island District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is seeking bids to supply 50,000 sandbags to replenish the district's supply used during this spring's. Mis sissippi River floods. Bids will be opened July 19 at| 10:30 a.m. in the district's headquarters at Rock Island. A Corps spokesman said only small firms will be allpwed to bid under a government policy of providing work for smaller companies. Attends Conference WATAGA - Dave Steck, Wataga, was one of Illinois' two official delegates to the National Shorthorn Youth Conference June 29-July 1 at Oklahoma City, Okla. He was elected a director of the American Junior Shorthorn Assn. and placed second in an individual showmanship contest. 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