Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 30, 1973 · Page 7
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 7

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, July 30, 1973
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Five Persons Hospitalized After Crash at intersection Gojglbufg ,,ljiefli^ef*^Qil» jj3Q|c$burg#. BUSttNELL - A collisKm at an unmarked intersection sent five-persons to the hospital Sunday abottt 7;15 p.m. State police said two cars col* lided on a Wacktop mad miki south and one mile east of the Junction ot Illinois 136 and U.S. 67. The accident is still under investigation. Vivian M. Schade, 80, of m Harrison St., Bushnell, is listed in critical condition in taction* ough District Hospital, Macomb. She sustained Internal injuries and may have fractured her pelvis and hip, Carl E, Schade, 64, who was driving one vehicle) is listed in good condition at the same hospital. He sustained lacerations, contusions and abra aions. Driver of the second vehicle was Roger C. Rouse, 24, of Route 3, Macomb. He had two passengers, Dixie L. Rouse, 22; and Stacy L. Rouse, 12 months. All three were admitted to McDonough District Hospital. Mr, awi Mtt. Rouse are listed in good coftdltioft. The baby was admitted for observation. Nancy Beatty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert Beatty of near Avon was named Miss Oai- geniality at the Fulton County Fair in Lewistown Saturday night. Jill Speer, Table drove, was crowned queen of the fair by Capt. Gary Sigler, former prisoner of war, from Table Orove. Miss Beatty, a 1973 graduate of Bushnell-Prairie City High School, was chosen by the 24 other contestants for the title. She also was judged third runner-up in the pageant, on the basis of beauty, poise and per- BUSHNELL MRS. JAY CLEMENS Homo Address: 560 W. Hurst St. Phone 772-2240 Mhtllty. She was sponsored by the Fulton County Pork Pro* ducert, ' PhUathea Class of the Baptist Church wiU meet Friday at 7:30 p.m. at the home el Mrs. Pat Borders. Women of the Baptist Church will sponsor a bake sale Satin- day beginning at 9 a.m. at ftok's, 470 E. Main St. Mark Walton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walton, Bushnell, was among area high school students at the second youth conservation education workshop at Western Illinois University, Macomb, this month. The 1-week workshops are de­ signed to help students appred ate humand and environmental resources^tM .to understand their interdependence, Iowa Twister TWO 5-Piece Place Settings Beautiful Ddnish Design Stainless Every time you make one of the deposits listed below you are entitled to purchase one 8-piece place setting for only $3 or an accessory unit at a similar low price. With your first and eighth deposits you get the place setting free. Here's how you do it: Open a Regular Savings account, $25 or more. Open a Golden Passbook account, $100 or more. Purchase a Certificate of Deposit, $100 or more. Add $25 or more to your Regular Savings account. Add $100 or more to your Golden Passbook account. Open a new Checking account, $100 or more. Fifst Calesburg National Bank &. Trust / Established 1863 / Msmbu F.D.I.C Damage Done By United Press International Thunderstorms triggered tor nadoes in Iowa and Minnesota Sunday night and early today but there are no reports injuries. Several tornadoes were sight ed in N Minnesota early this morning but apparently none touched down. However, hai and high winds ravaged the tiny village of Bongards, Minn, All 30 buildings in the town suffered broken windows, and two garages and one barn were downed. High winds damaged marina and several boats in nearby ' areas. Four trailer homes also were destroyed and numerous trees and power lines were downed. There were no reports of injuries. In Iowa, the Lyon and Sioux counties sheriff's offices^ report several funnel clouds were sighted Sunday evening but that none touched down or caused damage. Hail, heavy rains and some high winds, however, lashed northwestern and west central Iowa. A few thundershowers lingered today off the south Atlantic and eastern Gulf coasts. Thundershowers also continued from the upper Great Lakes to the middle Mississippi Valley, in the high plains and in the southern plateau region. GALVA MRS. SUSAN HEPNEK CORRESPONDENT Home Address: U Nfi Third St. Phone 932-2725 Doctor Buys Patient^ Pig At 4-H Club Animal Sale GALVA - A barrow weighing 204 pounds and Selling for $1 a pound was sold last week at the 4-H animal sale by Carl Bates, of Galva, to his doctor, Robert Hart, of Peoria. Young Bates, son of Mr. and s Uts. Eddie Bates, of near Galva, was ©tit* ically ill jryear and a half ago and the doctor has treated the boy each week since. Eddie Bates is a co-leader of the Sodbusters 4-H Club of which his son is a member. There were 60 animals sold at the 4-H sale held Wednesday night at the Henry County Pair- grounds, Cambridge, netting a total of $9,500. The championship barrow sold by Greg Nelson sold for $2.40 a pound, netting the young 4-H Club member $480. The Heinold Hog Markets purchased the animals at the sale. , The fall semester at Black Hawk Cellege East will begin Aug. 20, with a faculty orientation. Student orientation for Net $200,000 Led Zeppelin Is Victim ofRip'Off the campus has been set for Aug. 22-24, With classes to begin on Aug. 27. The college, operating under the early calendar system, will end the first semester before Christmas break. The second semester will begin in January and end in mid-May. Registration will continue through-Aug. 24. Registration at the college has reached 219 full-time students, and 49 part-time students, totaling 3,600 semester hours. Evening registration will be held Monday through Thursday evenings Aug. 23 to accommodate persons wishing to register for the fall semester. The office will be open until 8 p.m each evening. Persons wishing an appointment to register may call the campus office at Ke wanee. All individuals registering will be billed for tuition and fees after registration materials have been processed. The office at the college will also be open each Friday from 8 a.m. to p.m. through Aug. 24. NEW YORK (UP1) - More than $200,000 in cash was stolen from the hotel safety deposit box of the Led Zeppelin, a British rock group, police said Sunday. Officers said Richard Cole, the group's tour manager, told them the money was in the box when he opened it about 1:20 a.m. Sunday morning but ail there was left when he checked it at 7:30 p.m. were five passports, Between $203,800 and $220,000 was missing, he said. Detectives who Went to the Drake Hotel on Park Avenue said* there was no indication the box had been forced open. They said one key, kept by the desk clerk, was needed to remove the box from the safe and another, which Cole had, was needed to open it. The locks were removed for analysis by police technicians. The group's managers told detectives they kept the cash on hand because they have "a lot of expenses to pay." Hotel detectives declined to comment on the theft, but Michael Stiller, the asssistant manager, said the hotel does not keep records of the contents of its safety deposit boxes. When he was asked if the Drake knew how much money had been deposited, Stiller said,; "No, we do not." Police said Cole told them the money came from the groups concerts in its current tour o{ the United States. Guitarist Jimmy Page,.bassist John Pau^ Jones, drummer John Bonharrt and singer Robert Plant gave? the last performance m. theirf three-day engagement Sunday! night after learning of the theffy About 85 young fans, eager ta catch a glimpse of the group when they returned to the hotel, were gathered in the lobby! after the concert. One of the? group's managers struck a photographer and knocked a camera out of his hand. The Drake management said! the group would be checking out today. ; Ups and Downs The bladderwort, a plant that lives under water most of the; year, rises to the surface when it flpwers. At blossoming time, the bladders fill with air and the plant rises to the surface. EXPLOSIVE INTERNATIONAL RODEO ASSN. WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP PROFESSIONAL KNOX COUNTY Best Buys For Dollar Day DURING OUR ETHAN ALLEN SALE NOW IN PROGRESS 248 |. SIMMON* ST. Across From New City Parking Lot FIRST TIME IN KNOX COUNTY WED.-THURS., AUGUST 1 & 2, 8 P.M. WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP RODEO America's roughest sport at its rugged best with cowboys and cowgirls competnig for world championship points on the West's toughest, double rank livestock, RESERVED GRANDSTAND SEATS Phono 289*2714 for Advanced Tickets UNRESERVED BLEACHERS Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Only Main Gate Admission *1.00 A Cor Load Before 4 PM

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