Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 19, 1973 · Page 21
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Youth Labor Pool Formed OALVA *- Oalva youths are invited to register with Leo mtfMi at the Windish Seed Hotise tor the suftunef laWo* poo). Hie pool is being coordinated by Windish for the convenience of fawners, homeowners, and businesses looking for summer help. An annual chore on the farm thfet youths are usually called upon to do baling hay. Farm­ ers who are in need of assistance for that job, or any others, may contact the job pool. Residents who need assistance for window washing, yard work or any other household jobs ftay also utilize the job pool. Hours for the office at the A u « Windish Seed House are from The Peoria Manx Society has union Sunday at Glen Oak Park 10 a.m. until noon, Monday invited all Oalva friends to aV pavilion, Peona. The event through Friday. tend its «Hh annual potluck re* will start at 12:30 p.m. MRS. SUSAN HEPNEK CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 24 NE Third St. Phone 932-2725 WASHINGTON (UPI) - In a move potentially worth more than $200 million to American consumers, the makers of S&H Green stamps have agreed to start redeeming the stamps for $2 cash per book. Such cash redemption is currently available in only 20 states, where the amount varies from $1.20 to $2 per book. But under a consent order tentatively accepted by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Wednesday the redemption starting at 50 cents per 300 stamps will be available nationwide, except for Kansas, where trading stamps are illegal. An estimated 32 million American families collect .trading stamps.. S&H stamps alone are distributed by 50,000 retail- To Redeem Stamps for Cash ers from 60,000 outlets. S&H stamp revenue in 1972 amounted to $363 million. There were 117,359,000 books of S&H stamps redeemed last year. Had they been turned in for $2 each, they would have been worth $234,718,000. The order is the result of a lengthy case which went to the Supreme Court. The high court ruled that the FTC has wide powers to attack practices which are unfair to consumers 1 In addition to the cash redemption, Sperry & Hutchin son, Inc., New York, was ordered to drop any court injunctions it has obtained during the past 12 years against stamp exchanges — agencies that trade one brand of stamps for another or redeem them for cash. The firm was also New Fall Merchandise Arriving Daily! Devon Bradley Knitwear Brookvalley Fairfield AAarta 'D Westover Flutter-Bye Gay Gibson Momentum PLW ', USE OUR 1 GIVE A LADY BUG LAYAWAY 1 GIFT CERTIFICATE The Lady Bug Shop Open alt 9:30 a.m. Closed Wednesday PLENTY OF FREE PARKING 209 E MAIN, KNOXVILLE N»xl Doer io Ron's Supar Valu ordered not to interfere withiforcing trading stamps on the operation of such exchanges. But Commissioner Mary Gardiner Jones, in a lengthy and strongly worded dissent, said the commission should have done more. "In my judgment this settle* ment accomplishes virtually nothing for the consumer. It accepts the basic unfairness of consumers and gives them simply an option of getting cash instead of merchandise for these stamps," she said. Mrs. Jones was critical because the order does not stop S&H's practice of letting only certain stores in a given area fjuy stamps from it. Mayor Daley DeniesRequest To Boot Out Police Head CHICAGO (UPI) - Mayor Richard J. Daley says there have been no requests for the removal of Police Supt. James B. Conlisk Jr. by Chicago Police Board President M a r 1 i n W. Johnson. Johnson also denied Wednesday that he had asked for the removal of Conlisk, and Conlisk said he knew of no move under way to oust him. The denials followed reports that Johnson had asked for Conlisk's dismissal because of alleged maladministration. "Johnson has not indicated any such thing," Daley said. "The reports are a fabrication. Our police department is as good as any other in the country." Conlisk, 54, has headed the police department since 1967 when reform Supt. O.W. Wilson retired. However, he has been under criticism for alleged corruption in police ranks, brutality and discrimination by some policemen against blacks and other minorities, and rising crime rates in the city. The reports said J o hn s o n asked for Conlisk's removal last Ripe Old Age The Caucasus mountain region of the Soviet Union is home to the world's largest well-documented number of people above 100 years old. A 1970 census placed the region's number of centenarians at 4,500 to 5,000. Thursday because Conlisk had failed to take aggressive action against high ranking police officials reputedly involved in tavern shakedowns. Conlisk said he knew nothing about, the reports that Johnson had pressed for his removal. "There is no rift between myself and President Johnson and members of (he police board," he said. "We have always worked on a cooperative basis." Slides of Holy Land Shown To Bushnell Business Club BUSHNELL — Slides of Israel, Jerusalem and the Holy Land were narrated by Rev. and Mrs. Loren Holt arid their daughter Ann, Stronghurst, Monday night for the Bushnell Business and Professional Women's Club. dub members met for a dinner, followed by a business session and program at the Bardolph United Methodist Church. Mrs. Virginia Creek, the new president, was in charge. Mrs. Hildred Thompson reported that the club books should be ready by next month's meeting. Mrs. Velmia Miller and her committee will select a queen candidate to represent the club in Bushnell Town and Country Festival. The finance commit tea announced that the club's annual picnic will be held Aug. 20 at the VFW Park. Each member should bring $1 and a covered dish, club officials said Members of the Bushnell- Prairie City High School Class of 1958 held their 15th-year re union last weekend with a smorgasbord at the Holiday Inn, Macomb. A family picnic was held Sunday at the Bushnell VFW Park, Attending the reunion were Mr. and Mrs. Jim (Gail Faulhaber) Fleming, Fort Madison, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Curfman, Scottsdale, Adz.; Mr. and Mrs. James Rule and Bonnie, Shawnee Mission, Kan.; Mrs. Jim (Karen Pliul) Evans, Diane, Tony and Eric, BilOxi, Miss.; Mr. and Mrs. Larry (Karen Trout) Moore, Lori, Lisa, Susan, Karri and Kristi, Milan, Mo Mr. and Mrs. George Mason, Ken, Greg and Mark, St. Louis, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Paul (Sandra Young) DuiT, Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nunn, Rock Island; Dr. and Mrs. John (Virginia Orwig) Reyrter, Oak Park; Mr. and Mrs. Howard (Alma Sue Craycraft) Johnston, Pam and Faith, Monmouth; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry (Evelyn Sto\ler) Zuspann, Springfield; Mr. and Mrs. Jim (Nancy Dimmitt) Butler, Galesburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Zuck and'Mr. and Bushnell MRS. JAY CLEMENS Correspondent Home Address: 560 W. Hurst St. Phone 772-2240 Mrs. Jerry (Christine Friend) Shugart, all of Abingdon. Mr. and Mrs. Gary (Ruth Ann Stambaugh) Formhals, Gary and Cathee, Smithfield; Mr. and Mrs. Harold (Marilyn Conner) Palm, Terry and Tammy, Ipava; Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Howe, Colchester; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald (Dorothy Chambers) Chenoweth, Gene, Darrell, and Rodney, Macomb; Mr. and Mrs. Frank (Linda Strode) Woolam, Susan, Steve, Mark and Greg, Good Hope, and Mr. and Mrs. Greg Leigh/Kilie^ and Edward, Avon. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Payrte, Christine and Larry Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Gerald (Dorothy Chenoweth) Dean, Diana, Duane, Delbert, Kathy ~%M Kenneth, all of Mariettj^Mr. and Mrs. Jan (Pat Schmalshof) Hensley, Pam and St&fe, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wal^J Kevin and Kimberly and Mr. arid Mrs. Ralph (Carol Markley) Simmons, all of Prairie City, and Mr and Mrs. Dale .CJeyeland, Kevin and Bruce, Mr: arid Mrs. James (Roberta Wallers-Miller, Tim and Pam, Mr. arid Mrs. Eugene McGrew, Ellen ^and Dan, and Mr. and Mrs. " k Richard (Evelyn Hart), ROCK,. Debbie, David and Katrina, all of Bushnell. Peruvian Indian shepherds of the high country smear an infant with vicuna borie-marrow "so he will run like ithtt vicuna." COMING TUES., JULY 24 8x10 OOc Full Color Portrait WW YOUR CHOICE Age Limit to 12 Years FIRST PRINT Unit 2 Per Family Plus 50c Handling OPEN A.M.-10 P.M. PAST! JULY FLAVOR OF THE MONTH BAHAMA SWT KECMEAI Gal. CASH-N-CARRY SWIFTS PREMIUM BACON FOR HEALTH YOGURT (7 Flavors) | "TALLY-HO" | I ICE CREAM I | SANDWICHES | | GINGER-ALE | j yp PARK DRIVE Half & Half GINGER-ALE OR | SQUIRT QT, 12 OZ. am. * PINJ_ £Q |__ BUS, li | JPlus DepesH^ PARK DRIVE DAIRY STORES • lost Losty & Whiteiboro • Brood & Fremont • E Knox and Farnham • 1290 W. Main St. • 164 S. Academy Shea's • Abingdon — The Pantry OPEN 7 A.M. -10 P.M. -- 7 DAYS A WEEK Specials Good Thru Wednesday, July 2$

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