The Pantagraph from Bloomington, Illinois on July 11, 1969 · Page 6
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Deterqent Factor in Accidents? tlhe Penieereph FrL.Julyll. IHt TV Production , .n ! FARMER an' (PXS) - A and Mrs. JitaBamck. .three Fanner Dty youth. K dd not " mUlka n' ts In I9ul. detergent spilled on VS. 150 onj Ward One Alderman James was reported one car tUi'"., tTl rtJmfall' acunenearWoodlawnaHintry Himnw Wormed the council' on $ikk pavement Into J" ' IN PONTIAC Club in Farmer dtj may have Monday night that a n' , 0f the other car. Three ("fT" r Hester sui-cested """"LrSr i TJ tvn a factor In a series of re- inveM.gatK revealed a sticky!, n,, je since aJ naSST of ""r ,'r-LM,."T" - We---!-. fiE - '''"Xrt?!!" v . f it f ftfi ft v a l . 1 v 4 ; r V , ; The substance as iouna i niu ui uW -" - not j,, how the substance lEmden Man $ Car the highway after a two carjvement here the deenV rot on the highway, but kakage cJllsion June 29 causing the; was touna oecomes suppery, t tnick ha, 8Ug. death of tvo and injuries toonly during rainy weather, "ip a a possibUUv. 1 Found In Mississippi LINCOLN PXS) The car of Lyle Nafzicer of Emden. ! stolen in Bloomington June 16, has been recovered in Meridian. Miss., according to Chief ncputy Sheriff Elmer Fulk of Logan County. Mississippi authorities reported that a suspect arrested in connection with the theft of the car had been turned over to the Navy, since he was AWOL. lfa CMItP paivl W TNtATRE MO INOS Mi l -tfcT tin o m Wlf t- 4 -ATTACK ON ItON COAiT- -JI04A." She eetibou Restourcnt & Cocktcil Lounge Seninf offer in merman le mmerinn food. DANCING FRI. t SAT. WHILE YOU DINE & WINE 209 SANGAMON AVE. GIBSON CITY, ILL. -h.7S4-4S16 I UITZ-Cthonoo XEffttSTi 1 I CM..304 Ad " V tor the w hole UH! Spontaneous Joy . . . A clop of joy comt to this women Thursday as she watchtd the returned veterans of the Army's 3rd Battalion, 60th In- fontry, march up rain-soakod Fourth Avenue in Seattle, Wash., in public ceremony honoring the soldiers. King Brothers I.X.I. RANCH RODEO Sponsored Bg THE IE ROY SPORTSMEN'S CIO J FRI. & SAT. AT 7 P.M. SUN. AT 2:30 P.M. Howard Virgin Park 1 Vi MILE EAST OF LE ROY ON ROUTE 1 50 Fa i-, i . I 5" 1 s fy i II Wi V : V ...:, , v - ... . . ; r V ... 1 . . . Planned Protest Holding her sign and her hand in a "V," a demonstrator stands beside men of the 3rd Battalion, first of 25,000 ordered returned from Vietnam. (AP Wirephotos) HUBBARD'S CUB0RD Corner Clinton & Locust (Subsidiary of Steik a Shake) Hot Pork Loin With Mashed Potatoes and Gravy. 90 Open htry Ooy-10 JUL it Hdnignr ANYTHING GOES SOLD OUT Call Now for Tickets to the drama . . . LOOK BACK IN ANGER By John Oiborn Opening Wed., July 16 McPhtrson Theatrt Comfortably Air-ConditloNd MtHMlNMnitlJI flfwOM-UM TWo) IN fftflfcofo ovoJtaMo IWU Summer Thoatra Take a break from cooking, Call Phone-A-Feast Phono for pick up or dolivory. 10 par dinner for delivery except single meal 25. DINNER MENU Chicken (V; cut m 4 picti) 1.30 Shrimp (6 Jumbo) 1 .75 Scollopi 1.7 Channel Catfish (Approx. 1 pound) .............. 2.00 Steak (12 ot. Sirloin) '2.30 Dinners Include - Punch bread. Cole Slow and choke French Friet or pcotosoiod SACK.O-CHieiftN In intulatad Bag Special Pickup Prkot 8 piecei (whole chkken) . . 2.24 12 piece 3.00 16 piecei (2 whole chkVent) 3.feS 20 pieces 4.40 30 piecei ... 0.4 S 40 piecet t.00 Or Amount! To Suit Tour Purpoie 23' additional for Delivery MNPWKH BASKETS Hamburger Cheeseburger . 95 Pork Tenderloin .1.00 (taiket Includes Slow and Choice of Potato) DUM1G ROOM CARRY-OUT DELIVERY V 829-9496 Phone-A-Feast 1 507 N. Main Bloomington Oftfi5:00fJLWy (lOSQMOrlOAT inity (btept Jvm, kh; I Avert OfWfi 540 PA) 829-1310N r or i IF CUYQU I'JAUT OUT Of A r."B7iI IS A CHEAT, DIG. IVOriDHIFUL TI"E-JUST F01L01V HIE RAinDOVJ-lVlIISTLE THE so::ss-ojo;:i;tj:ihi:j.- t so::ss-o jn;:i i:iti:e wilts? p2i:&v: Cainfl. f f Irir hard-working little tar r CWtJ fM Hl 4x(t M ff iWVfcip in today's j FRED ASTAIRE PETULA CLARK LWf raicks-keenan mis IsJK 42sS.. hectic world? Xc"r, j f Barbara hancock-TOMMY STEELE" !Ct!irX J r& I A LI I L THE iviuui: ounJOi'IES michele LEE oavioTOMLINSOiI buddy HACKETT f1ynn-fo1?3-6rajutelu SBILL WALSHDON DaGRADI BILL WALSH ROBERT STEVENSON TECHNICOLOR "FUNNY GIRL" is coming to the Irvin Now Open 1:00 Feature 1:25,3:25,5:25.7:25,9:25 ""' DISNEY'S GOOFY CARTOON "Olympic Champ' p i Opel Daily at 1:30 Showing! at 2:00,5:00,8:00 ol the world fo Wo for the whole family! Ride across the sea inside the iant Pink Sea Snail: ? 1 A-f h V o II Escape a Shipwreck and Travel on a Floating Island Join the MM uith the with CANNIBALS who Perform Shakespeare! I CHIT Jft .jSfS ELV i r ILearn TO TALK IN 500 ANIMAL LANGUAGES FROM A PARROT WHO SPEAKS . 1000! 20th Century fi Presents MX HARRISON. SAMAMTHA GGAR. ANTHONY NIVYUT n"OOCT0 OOUntTae Arthur ReNtsttiM tnt RICHARD ATTENBOROUGN n"lltitm". Directed by Richard Fleischer, Screenplay b; Leslie IncentlaHlesletSleriesIf Rvthlenrnf, Music end lfrir4bUtlrtlricyist,MMrrNi .'f MsrsyletMe. 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