Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 25, 1973 · Page 10
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 10

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 25, 1973
Page 10
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10 Galtsbura Reglstir^AAoil, Golt >burQ t HI. Wednesday, July 25, 1973 Galva Council Will Seek Guidelines for Police Hiring Planning Commission for a «p*o lit use permit fof an Illinois Power Co. substation, the council voted to incorporate a provision that underground cable be used to transmit power from the, new substation north across West Division Street. Young explained that the esthe* tic factor must be considered. The council also approved the planning commission's recommendation for a special use permit to Leon Brooks. MRS. SUSAN HEPNER Home Address: CORRESPONDENT 24 NE Third 9t. Phone 932-2715 Thirty-five young Henry County Women competed in preliminaries of the Henry County Fair queen contest Tuesday at Waunee Farm Restaurant near Kewanee. Judges for the final pageant tonight at 8 p.m. at the fairgrounds at Cambridge are Ann Cordis, PrineeVille; Dorothy Morel, Princeton, and Bill Simpson, Galesburg. In addition to the title of Fair Queen, Miss Congeniality will be named, and the winner of the swimsuit competition will be announced. Miss Congeniality is selected by the contestants prior to the pageant. The swimsuit winner was chosen Tuesday night by preliminary judges. Bob Hope Home Burns An aerial view of Bob Hope's new $2.5 million hilltop home near Palm Springs, Calif., shows damage to the structure that burned yesterday. The house was to have been completed by Christmas. Cause of the fire is not known at this time. UNIFAX Bnshnell School Penny Carnival Set BUSHNELL - Plans for a penny carnival were discussed at a recent meeting of the Bushnell East Elementary School mothers and teachers. The carnival will be held Aug. 9 from. 6-10 p.m. and will be sponsored by the recreation program and the room mothers. The Hutson reunion will be held Sunday at noon at the Newman Center east of Abingdon. The annual Yocum reunion will be held Sunday at Timber- view Lakes, east of Bushnell. Each family should bring a basket dinner, a beverage and table service. Richard A. Stinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Stinson, 610 N. Rile St., Bushnell has joined the Babcock and Wilcox Co., Barberton, Ohio, and is now in the initial phase of a company- Bushnell MRS. JAY CLEMENS Correspondent Home Address: HOW. Hurst St. Phone 772-2240 wide orientation program. Stinson, a 1973 graduate of the University of Illinois, Cham paign - Urbana, where he received a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering, is participating in a 3 -week session at Barberton before being assigned to the power generation group. Babcock and Wilcox is a major international manufactur­ er of power generation equipment for utilities and industry Stinson is married to the form er Ann Paddock, daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. Ray W. Paddock 712 N. Washington St., Bushnel The couple has two children, Sarah 5, and Jacob 1. The family resides at 4715 Boonsboro Road Lynchburg, Va. Christopher Troutman arrived recently from Boston, Mass., for a 2-week visit with his grandmother, Mrs. Nola Avery and .his uncle, Jeff Avery. I Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Stone Pontiac, visited her mother, Mrs. Agnes Mason, Saturday at [the Hays Shelter Care Home Bushnell. They also visited Mrs Lula Doan and M. B. Galloway Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gallo|way, Normal, were visitors Monday at the home of his father, M. B. Galloway. Costa Rica Nixes Vesco Extradition SAN JOSE, Costa Rica CUPI) — The highesf; court in Costa Rica rejected a U.S. request Tuesday for the extradition of fugitive financier Robert L Vesco, who was indicted in a criminal case involving money donated for the re-election of President Nixon. The ruling left Vesco, who fled to this Central American state while under a federal indictment, free to live in Costa Rica if he chooses. An appeals branch of the Costa Rican Supreme Court ruled that the extradition treaty between the United States and Costa Rica did not apply in Vesco's case. i The extradition appeal was [based on charges of attempted fraud by Vesco. The United States said he used the U.S. telegraphic system for attempted fraud by 'sending a cable in 1972 from the Bahamas ordering a New York firm then under his control to transfer $250,000 of its funds to his personal bank account. American authorities called this a fraudulent use of stockholders' money and said the cable constituted use of public communications for purposes of fraud. Vesco also was accused—but not in the Costa Rican case—of making an illegal $200,000 donation to the Nixon re­ election campaign last year while he and his business activities were under investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission. Vesco, former Commerce Secretary Maurice Stans, former Attorney General John N. Mitchell and a fourth man were indicted earlier this year in New York on charges stemming from that donation. The current whereabouts of Vesco is not known, but a San Jose newspaper said last week that he was in Antigua, in the British West Indies, and was joined by his wife Patricia and their four children, who flew there from the family home in New Jersey. it. the x-design bra that really shapes & SUDDOrlS This X-design bra is differentl Because the special X-crossing stretches all the way around and under the cups for spectacular shaping, support and separation. Backs and sides stretch, too, for fabulous freedom and comfort. Maidenform's 'Rated X' makes you beautiful on the outside ... because it's different on the inside! RATED X- |byMaidenform ASSIGN ON TV! Rated X with Band Sleek Antron® nylon tricot cups with whisper-thin flberfill. All-stretch midriff band for extra body-hugging fit and comfort. Nylon and Lycra® spandex stretch sides and back. White, Taupe. B-C cups, $5.- Pat. Pend.- *DuPont registered trademark 1 Virginia Eary's PH. 342-6912 223 E. MAIN ST. "" PRAHATTIRY GALVA - The Galva City Council last night agreed that it needed guidelines to assist in hiring police officers in the fut ure. the council will hear a representative of the Illinois Law En* forcement Agency at its Aug. 7 meeting. Aldermen were told that a group has been formed within the agency to assist communi ties In evaluating applicants for such positions. They give an impartial study of an applicant's fitness and background for a fee of $30 each. The decision was reached after John Hartman appeared p1rt .ttme he job OU on a thr ^pSlcft ^^^.fiSC fiSJ, 0 . !*. Bade Heffley, executive di- tions, he said, force. Last week LorenNel*™ ^ J ^J^ M id A spokesman for Reagan said X^SV^^ ***** persc^he wanted It made clear the that ^ttMhMH ^S*^-'^ would pay a total of about governor "is just coming to we can't hire just anybody. We Reagan waa to be "the prin- $186,000 to attend the dinner, raise money for state Senate need guidelines." cipal - and' only - speaker'' The money will later be par- candidates" and not to test sen- The council approved the re- at a $125 - a-plate dinner spon- celed out to Republican candi- timent for any campaign of his commendation of the Galva sored by the Republican State dates for the state Senate in own. Reagan Is at Chicago Fund Raiser CHICAGO (UP!) — California I Senate Campaign Committee, ithe November general elec- SALE PRICES GOOD THRU JULY 30th oiifflmeptime It takes time and effort to complete any paint job but Latex Paints offer these work-saving advantages: • Less effort with brush or roller • Faster clean-up with water • Quick drying, long lasting ROGERS* Latex House Paint Top performance _ _ at a popular price • • GALLON Colors mm Reg. 6.99 NOW 6.59 (WHITE) LAWRENCE BEST™ Latex House Paint Quality for the - — budget shopper AM GALLON White Only Reg. 5.79 u^. 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