Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 13, 1973 · Page 15
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Rho To Honor Prexy GalesburaRegistef*Mdil, ^te^ufg, Friday, July 13, 1973 tt Stfflmfflh Wans for a Rusiiiteli chapter wtil te M$ cetfdon in hoftflf of Miss Linda \V<*ef, Bushnc.ll, state president « Tfteta Hit!) diflb, were matte vvlieA M16 local chapter mat Wednesday nigjht at the iOOf Mall, MUs Patty Clayton presided. Tite reception will be held July 28 at 7:30 p.m. at the BushneU-^ainie City High School auditorium/ Members from throughout the state are expected to attend. be a party at tite IOOF Hall Next regular meeting of the 25 at 7 p.m. Officers' and employes of Farmers and Merchants State Bank, BushneM, hosted a retirement dinner in honor of Mrs ttorothy Walters, who served the bank for 25 years as a bookkeeper and Earl Gaff, a custodian with 24 years of service. Each Was presented with a **' Bushnefl-Praiiie• City High After the neceptoft there Win School Class of 1W will hold a reunion July 21 at 7:lS p.m at the Macomb Holiday Inn. A MIX GALLON WHITE The highest - solids latex paint made today. Covers and hides 60% better than the average paint. Custom colors to order. Slightly higher. We have everything you need! ALEXANDER LBR. CO. 212 E. South St. - Galesburg - Ph. 343-2171 potiuck dinner for ctesi mem- IbefS and their families will be served Sunday at noon at the BushneJTVFW Park. Susan, 'Steven, and Lisa BHv- en, Debbie Stambaugh and Janice artd Cheryl Weiss are attending the Nodh American Christian Convention this Week at Indianapolis, tnd. . Mrs. W a v a Edmonds, Lancaster, Ohio, and Mrs. Zola Fargusson, Sdota, were guests Thursday at the Jack Promis- son home. List Services First Baptist - Virgil Kelly, interim pastor. Church school at 9:15. Worship at 10:30. Serv ice at 7:30. Christian — Tom Baird, minister. Bible school at 9:45. Wor Lambda Nu Buys Books For Library GALVA—Lambda Nu Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority recently announced purchase of children's books and records for the Galva Public Library. The materials will be on hand in the near future for children to check out. . • . Among items purchased were five Charlie Brown books, four Barbar the Elephant books, MRS. JAV CLEMENS CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 560 W. Hurst St. Phone 772 2240 Hi ship at 10 :45. Youth meeting and adult Bible study at 6 :30. Worship at ?>». Uatted Methodist - Alien R. Marrett, pastor. Church school *t 9. Worship at 10: the Rev. Mr. Marrett WdH attend the College of Christian Life next week at Champaign. •First United Presbyterian- Ralph W. Adafttson, pastor. Worship at 9:30. Corporation meeting at 10:30. Pack trip will begin. ' GALVA Charging Illegal Drug Raid MRS. SUSAN HEPNER CORRESPONDENT ' ? Home Address: 24 NE Third St. Phone 932*2725 I three record albums, Mary Poppins, Songs from the Mr. Rogers TV show and Romper Room Visits Mother Goose. Several 45 rpm records were a'so bought. They include The City Mouse and the Country Mouse, The Lively Little Rabbits,, Numbers .and Sesame Street, Rubber Ducky and Sesame Street Sings About Things. The Bishop Hill women's softball team is seeking additional members. Anyone interested in participating in the program and over 14 years of age should contact Robert Foglesong. Larry Stewart, 25, Galva, was fined $500 and costs in Henry County Circuit Court for battery. The complaint was signed by Sandra Quanstrom. Stewart was also fined $500 and costs on a battery count by Judy Kay Horton. Both'girls are of Kewanee. Hit-Run Killer Wants To Make Deal TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (UPI)A Tenre Haute couple filed a $1 million damage suit Thursday against two Vigo County sheriff's deputies and an ex- deputy, charging they were victims of art illegal drug raid. The suit, filed in Federal Court here by Terre Haute attorney Darnell E. Felling, alleged deputies Lt. Larry Peters, currently suspended, Paul Schoffstall and former under com* deputy Robert A. Poynter who has resigned, with raiding the apartment of Mr. and Mrs. Charfes Barth May 8 without a search \tfarrant. Capitol Called Fire Hazard BATON ROUGE, La.' (UPI) — Fire officials ordered a small section of Louisiana's Capitol cleared Thursday after declaring it a fire hazard. Reporters in the 31-story Capitol pressroom, directly above the sub-basement section which was condemned, won a reprieve. Deputy Fire Marshal Martin Fritciher gave the newsmen five days to clean up their offices before he would order them closed. CHICAGO (UPI) - Mrs. Ann Moore says a telephone caller who admits beihg the hit-and run truck driver who killed her lO-year-old dlaughter now wants to see her to discuss dropping charges. But Mrs. Moore vows she will 24th ANNUAL Heart Of ILLINOIS FAIR summer spectacular THREE GREAT FREE GRANDSTAND SHOWS DAILY At 2:30, 6:30 and 9:00 PM! July 13, 14, Roy Clark; July 15, Barbara McNair; July 16 & 17, Frank Gorshiri; July 18,19, Kenny Rogers and The First Edition; July 20, 21, Donna Fargo & The Statler Bros. AND, The Young Folk and other great entertainers at every performance! I Diving Devils e I and o I Mitchell Marionettes I 2 Shows Daily (J SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE Flower Shows / Art Exhibit / Talent contest / Share the Fun programs/ Mini Circus / Petting Zoo . Crafts Exhibits / Hobbies j 0 Display/Community J 0 and Labor Exhibits • 0 £> I GIANT CARNIVAL MIDWAY SpcQ c •a 60 exciting rides and shows for kids and adults, reduced rates on most 'til 5:00 PM, Monday thru Thursday a .0? cO r r r 2222 ACRES OF FREE PARKING Admission to Fairgrounds $1.50 before 5:00 PM $2.00 after 5:00 PM Children thru 12 Free! Air-conditioned express buses leave Lopp hourly for Fair via Sheridan Rd. keep after the man until his identity is established and he is punished for the death of her daughter, Denise, last March. "He called three times today," Mrs. Moore said Thursday. "He hung up twice. The third time, at 12:25 p.m., he said he wanted to get together. I said, 'Come on. You know where I live.' " Mrs. Moore said the harassing callls began in June after she ran a series of appeals in the personal columns of Chicago newspapers asking for McCord Letter Brings $950 NEW YORK (UPI) - A letter written by Watergate conspirator James W. McCord that revealed Central Intelligence Agency informer methods during 1956-58 was sold for $950 Thursday night at the Charles Hamilton Galleries. The letter was purchased by Alan Ackerman, of New York, a private collector. McCord was one of seven men convicted of the June 17, 1972 burglary ait the Democratic National Headquarters in the Watergate apartment complex in Washington, D.C. Felling said charges were] never filed against the Barths nor was the raid made public. He said the Bartlhs were handcuffed about five hours in their apartment and the defendants then "just decided to leave;" He said the apartment was ransacked and three door frames extensively damaged when the officers broke into the residence shortly after midnight. The FBI has been investigating the alleged incident to determine if the Bartlis' , civil rights wore violated, Felling said, and he plans to contact the Department of Justice to request a federal grand jury examine the matte - . Felling claimed one of the defendants harbors animosity to­ ward Barth, 25, an employe for the Milwaukee Railfoad, but said he could not elaborate on why. Vigo County Sheriff George Albright Jr. has requested the merit board permanently' discharge Peters and Sgt. Robert McDonald because of an investigation made of charges against theim and others. Poynter, who resigned last month, charged they were participants in other illegal drug raids. Poynter has subsequently been charged with compounding a felony for aiieged extorting $500 from a youth he previously arrested. The Barths also ask a temporary injunction be issued to prevent harassment against them and witnesses. - NOTICE ELECTRIC SERVICE INC. IS NOW LOCATED At: KNOX & S. SEMINARY In Galesburg, Illinois Ready to Give You "FAST" Guaranteed, Expert Service — On All or Any of Your Electrical Needs. Phone 343-9004 USUALLY SAME DAY SERVICE More than 50 million pieces of information have been radi- Gfxl back to earth by Mariner 9, the first spacecraft to orbit Mars. information on the hit-and-run driver. She said the man, who telephones several times a day, usually lasks that Mrs. Moore and her husband, Freeman, stop trying to find him because it would ruin his family. "You can't get Denise back," Mrs. Moore quotes the man as .saying repeatedly. ' "He is a malicious man," Mrs. Moore said; "He thinks he is God and can make me stop chasing him. But I itell him that I'm going to keep after him." Roman Coins Are Forgeries WARSAW (UPI) - A group of foreign currency forgers has been exposed in the Warsaw area, hut they will not go on trial—because, the Polish news •agency said Thursday, they operated 2,000 years ago. Archaeologists who studied Roman coins found last year in the village of Drzewicz near Warsaw discovered many of them were fiakes, the agency said. The , ancient forgers apparently were successful in imitating pictures of. Roman emperors on coin faces, but they failed to use proper inscriptions on the coins. The earth's magnetic field has reversed, flip^flopped north and south, many times-at least 171 times in the past 76 million years. IfYou/Miss Important Calls H/hen Youte 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. CK«rry St. Phone 343-1112 Farmers .*« Mechanics Bank AHMOUHCtS BONUS CHECKING A NEW DIMENSION IN BANKING . . FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK proudly announces a n«w dimension in Banking. Our NEW OUT LOOKS CLUB™ Join Now and For Only $3.00 a Month You Can Enjoy a Full Rainbow of Banking Services. ©10Z2 Mlrkillnj Oullookl Ire, FREE PERSONALIZED CHECKS FOR CLUB MEMBERS . . . That's right . , .' FREE personalized checks and deposit slips , , . as many as you need, Your name, address and account number printed on every one. NO MONTHLY SERVICE CHARGE ... Now you can write all the checks you want and not have to-worry about the cost. No minimum balance required. FREE TRAVELERS CHECKS ... You Bet all the tavelerg checks yon need for trips without having to pay any Issue charges as a Club Member, $10,000 ACCIDENTAL DEATH/ DISMEMBERMENT COVERAGE* Every NEW OUTLOOKS CLUB (TM) member gets $in,()i)0 accidental death/dlsmem- bcrmcnt coverage for loss of . eyesight or. limbs. PERSONAL MONEY ORDERS Another free service. FREE GIFT CARDS AND CHECKS ... Perfect for birthdays, weddings and all other- gift occasions. Again no fee. MEMBERSHIP CARD... Your NEW OUTLOOKS CLUB (TM) mem-, bcrship card makes all these services readily, available to you. Join now and get Farmer*' & Mechanics Bank's full rainbow of banking services for a fixed rate of only $3.00 a month. Don't wait. Come by today, or phone 343-7H1 and find out what other benefits are available to the New Outlooks Club members. FREE CASHIERS CHECKS... Here again . . . Farmers & Mechanics Bank Cashiers checks issued without service charge, 'Underwritten by The American Home Assurance Company. Master policy Is issued to New; Outlooks Club Trust. Jusf Fill Out The Following Eosy Application ... NAME OF POLICY HOLDER NEW OUTLOOKS CLUB TRUST MASTER POLICY NUMBER EAP 9993869 APPLICATION is hereby made to the American Home Assurance Company for accident Insurance under the tterms of the MASTER POLICY identified above. (PLEASE PRINT QH TYPE) NAME OF INSURED (Last) (First) (Initial) DATE OF BIRTH ADDRESS OCCUPATION AMOUNT OF PRINCIPAL SUM $10,000.00 BENEFICIARY DATED 19 SIGNATURE OF APPLICANT Send or bring application to our office. CUT ALONG LINE . Where Banking Comes to Life! THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK GALESBURG, ILLINOIS MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPPSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION EXPO GARDENS / PEORIA / JULY 13-21

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