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Lhlfa league tournament Won by Bmhnett AlkStars Gqlesburg Register-Moil, Ggjesbufd, Monday, July 16, 1973 7 6USHNELL - The Bushnell Ail-Stars won the third annual Little League Tournament Saturday at Bushnell by defeating Hamilton, 6-0. VlT took third place by winning over Avon, 4-0. Members of the championship team are Mike Koontz, Gary Smith, Kerry King, Bill Miller, Steve Hensley, Jerry Simmons, Kap Parker, John Bucher, Dave Billingsley, Timmy Faught, Kelly Simpson, Gary Ackers, Chris Wilson,' Mark Fisher, Steve Hopkins and Dave Koontz, an alternate. During the ceremonies between games, Monica McGinnis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marlen McGinnis, 1015 Rile St., Bushnejl, was crowned queen of the tournament by last year's queen, Teresa Bearce. Other candidates were Cheryl Brooks, Kathy Long and Linda Zook, all of Bushnell. All the girls received gift certificates and the queen was given a crown and a trophy. Bushnell City Council will meet today at 7:30 p.m. at the City Hall. Bushnell-Prairie City School District 170 Board of Education will meet today at 8 p.m. at the board office. Miss Deborah Elam, who was graduated this spring from Illinois State University at Normal, Bushnell MRS. JAY CLEMENS Correspondent Home Address: M0 W. Hurst St, Phone 772-2240 Queen Hopeful Make First Appearance has accepted a kindergarten teaching position in Bock Ridge School District 300. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Elam of near Bushnell. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Aldrdch, Springfield, were visitors Friday at the M. B. Galloway home. Mrs. Aldrich is a daughter of the late Mrs. Sadie Kolb, Bushnell. Virginia Prison Inmates Barricaded in Cellblock POWHATAN, Va. (UPI) State police using tear gas and dogs regained control of two of three cellblocks seized by inmates at the Virginia State Prison Farm for Men early today, but about 30 inmates, armed with pipes, other makeshift weapons and scalding water barricaded themselves inside Cellblock 3. "That's the one that's going to be rough to get," said Wayne Farrar, a spokesman for the Virginia Department of Welfare and Institutions. About 125 police officers stood outside, and about 100 state police cars were seen inside the prison. About 200 inmates seized control of three cellblocks and WATER WEIGHT PROBLEM? USE X-PEL Excess water in the body due to build up of premenstrual perwdcan be uncomfortable, X-PEL.. a mild diuretic, will help you lose eicess body water weight. Only $3.00. We recommend it. osco two dormitories at the medium security facility, about 30 miles west of Richmond, late Sunday night after a day of tension and minor incidents. Farrar said two cellblocks were secured by state police and prison guards by 5:46 a: m. today and another dormitory was secured later. Tear gas was not needed when police swept through Cellblock 1, but it was used to rout inmates in Cellblock 2. The inmates were forced into a yard behind the building before being placed in other facilities. Police officers were able to regain control of one cellblock without the use of tear gas but tear gas was used as officers moved into a second cellblock. Inmates in both those cellblocks were forced into a yard behind the buildings and were placed temporarily in a recreational dorm. Police officers were moving into cellblock C-3 at dawn with the dorms still under inmate control. "The administration can only guess at the cause of the thing," said the spokesman. "There was trouble brewing all day yesterday." The spokesman said trouble apparently began at the noon meal but order was quickly restored. At dinner, two men attacked a guard and the incident erupted into the takeover. GALVA-A field of 35 candidates for the title of Henry County Fair Queen mades their first public appearance Sunday night at an ice cream social and band concert by Kewanee High School at Kewanee's Northeast Park. The 1972 Queen, Miss Eileen Heck of Cambridge, was on hand to reign over the promenade of the pool area by the contestants. Each candidate appeared first in street apparel then in a swim suit. Their next appearance will be Tuesday evening at an ice cream social and concert in Geneseo Park by the Geneseo Senior Band, to benefit youth baseball in the community. The young ladies Will appear at about 8:30 p.m. in the band shell. The semi-finals will be held on July 24 at Andris Waunee Farm Restaurant near Kewanee with judging to begin at 10 a.m. Luncheon will be served at noon and contestants will be judged both in street dress and swim suits by a panel of judges yet to be announced A second set of judges will decide the queen and her court on Wednesday, July 25, opening day of the fair. The entire field of 35 will appear before the grandstand that night in formal attire. The semi*finalists will again appear in swim suits. In case of rain the event will be moved to the Cambridge Community Hall. Escorts for the queen contestants are Bill Feldman, Stocks Best For Criminals WORKSOP, England (UPI) — Dr. Malcolm Haydon-Baillie told union leaders here Sunday that the best way to deal with violent criminals is to place them in stocks in public places and let passers-by insult them. After that, he said, should come court sentences of work "to bring them into the community spirit." READ THE WANT ADS! Geneseo; Paul Hultgren, Cambridge; Mike Heiwig, Galva; and Gary Teerlinck, Lynn Center. Attendant to Miss Heck is Don Gleason of Atkinson. About 35 Rotarians and their wives are expected to attend GALVA MRS. SUSAN HEPNElt " CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 24 NE Third St. Phone $32-2725 'the longest hair; Keith Manning 1 —- 1 — " 1 Conlis Ingels Jr., of La fay- cite, will present the program on "One of Our Most Valuable riinois Natural Resources." Ingels is associated with the LaFayette Nursery and will speak on the Illinois Prairie. There will be no noon meet- L»{j of tlie club on Monday. Members of the Galva High School Class of 1948 celebrated their silver anniversary July 7 pt the new American Legion Hall in Galva. There were 64 class members and guests present. Each member present was asked to tell something about himself and how he spent the past 25 years. Prizes were awarded to Harold Ericson for having the least amount of for the most grandchildren; Mary Jane Hartzell Lundecn for the shortest dress; Mary Lou Kerner Landwehr for the most recent surgery; Richard Lmdahl of Falmouth, Me., for traveling the farthest; Dr. Dean Larson for the largest waist, most children. Bernard Cro* mien presented a special gift from the committee to Bea Haines. • Former teachers in attendance were M. H. Robertson, Mrs. Grace Christianson, both ol Galva, and Mrs. Lena Nash of Versailles. wall to wall to wall to wall pictures, prints, mirrors and everything in vertical decor at THE TOP DRAWER 9:30-5 daily 433 east main Traiii Plunges Into River BIRMINGPORT, Ala. (UPI) I've ever seen," said C.R. Blue, — A heavy weekend shower left a railroad track "just hanging in the air" 40 feet above a ravine and stream. Several hours later a freight train plunged through, the' tracks, killing all five crewmen. "It's the worst train wreck SPEED QUEEN Quality ^costs Jess secretary-treasurer of the Birmingham - Southern railroad. "The engines were pretty well piled oh top of each other." The wreck happened Saturday on an isolated section of track six miles from the nearest access road. The site was in Jefferson County about 15 miles west of Birmingham and 5 miles east of Birming- port.. Blue said heavy rains a few hours before the train of five engines and 65 cars came along washed out a roadbed supporting the track. He said the accident happened around noon but it took nearly 12 hours to recover the bodies. Newton Resident Victim of Crash NEWTON, III. (UPI)-Charles Duckworth, 38, Newton, died Sunday when his car skidded into the path of another car. Authorities said the driver of the second car, Bruce Fisher, 27, Effingham, was in serious condition at St. Anthony Memorial Hospital in Effingham. His wife, Sandra, 27, was in fair condition at the same hospital. The couple's two children, Chad, 10 months, and Shawn, were treated and released. Model DG6181 RUST-PROOF, CHIP-PROOF, CORROSION-PROOF, SMOOTH STAINLESS STEEL DRUM Sanitary, easy to keep clean and ideal for durable press fabrics Enjoy the convenience and special fabric care of drying indoors in a Speed Queen dryer, no matter what the weather outside. Multi-cycle timer and five drying temperatures for all- fabric drying, including Durable Press. Easy to clean, "In-A-Door" lint screen. Q SPEED QUEEN \ Galesburg Appliance 258 East Simmons St., Galesburg, ill. Phone 343-9805 DeWoyne Swanson I am happy to announce that I am now Associated with FESLER OLDSMOBILE, Inc., 120 N. Chambers, Galesburg, Illinois. I wish to invite all my good customers in for the best in Service. Please see me for a new Oldsmobile or a previously owned car of any make. FESLER Olds, Inc. Ph. 342-4148 TKE FASKION COAT CCNTER ADVANCE SAVINGS PANT TOPPERS 'Versatile' is the word for our shortcoats. With pant or skirt they make the casual scene all over town, country 'n campus. Choose a couple for your wardrobe. Styles? Brimming with Fall excitement! A small deposit will hold your coat in "LAY AWAY til needed. Come and see our tremendous collection of pant- coats in a variety of styles, colors and fabrics, many with sherpa or fake fur trim. Sizes 5-15 pr 6-18. 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