Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 31, 1973 · Page 16
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 16

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 31, 1973
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16 ^GoliiburQ RgoistgrMqil Galesburq, Uti. Lwriine Stauth 111 8. 10th St. Phdiii 734*4711 For Missed Copies Mm I P, M, Phone imm r>5 rUMt Will Add More Space • MONMOUTH - Plant enlargement programs have been an* bounced by the Stock Land FS. More warehouse storage apace is to be constructed both at the Monmouth and Roseville plants. 'Preparation hats started at Monmouth for the construction ci a 40xl4Woot clear-span concrete floor building between the present feed warehouse and the TKtroleum warehouse. A 24x40- litf area will be used as a warehouse office and a showroom for FS products. Merlin Perrine will be the new combined feed and petroleum warehouse manager. The two Jobs are being combined into one to improve efficiency. -The new warehouse will allow more chemicals and seed grains to be stored at Monmouth.. : Construction at Roseville calls for a 50xl00-foot warehouse to be erected just north of the present petroleum warehouse. Plans call for the storing of more chemicals at Roseville, aiid to warehouse feed for farmer pick-up at this location. This will give farmers in the Roseville area better service on feed. ; Bill Robinson is the present petroleum warehouse manager lie is to continue as warehouse manager with additional feed responsibilities. Granite City Lad Is Killed GRANITE CITY, III. (UPI)A 12-year-old Granite City boy was killed Monday when a car strudr'.iim as he was riding his bicycle on Illinois 203. - Illinois state police said Joey Beasley was dead on arrival at St. Elizabeth Hospital. The driver of the car, Katherine Henrix, 17, Granite City, was injured in the crash and taken to Barnes Hospital in St. Louis, where she was reported in satisfactory condition. 'Soring' Time Acrobatics springs from prehistoric times in China. The first tumblers probably performed at primitive farm settlements to earn food and lodging with magic and sleight-of-hand stunts. Acrobats and conjurers Jater banded together and toured the country, playing to paying audiences. MRS. IRA LAND Correspondent Roseville P. 0, Box 141 Phone 42S-M42 READ THE WANT ADS! Demo Derby Main Event At Fair ROSEVILLE - The first Demolition Derby at the Warren County Fair was seen last year, and proved to be a popular event. This year, it will be the main attraction Wednesday, the last night of the fair. Activities will begin at 7:30 p.m. Fair Board Secretary Robert Cunningham said today that en- tr'es to the derby may be mailed to him at Roseville in advance. This will facilitate the speed of registering, and will shorten the time required for signing up at the fairgrounds. The August meeting of the Sunshine Club has been canceled. Members will continue to work on the float which they are sponsoring in the quasquicenten- nial parade Saturday. The parade will start at 11 a.m. at the high school. Weather permitting, a concert of old-itime favorites will be presented by the Roseville High School Band Wednesday evening at the park. Carroll Henderson will direct. The old-fashioned style show sponsored by the Roseville Woman's Club, will be seen during intermission. Local persons will model styles worn during the early 3900 era. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Purlee, Dave and Julie were in Spring field Friday, Saturday and Sunday, where they attended the Connie Mack League Baseball Tournament, in which the Monmouth VFW team played. Dave is a catcher for that team. Sunday, Julie left from Chica go for Amsterdam, Holland with her aunt, Shirley Koons, RHD, Bloomington, for the 4th International Dental Hygiene Symposium, where Miss Koons presented a paper on her recent visit to the Dental Clinic in New Zealand. They will also visit Belgium and Luxembourg. Every-Wed. 6:30 P.M. Bring In Your Attic Treasures and Backyard Sale Items — We Will Auction Them Off. All Items Must Be Brought to 561 N. Henderson St. Between 1 and 5 P.M. Wednesdays. No Food or Clothing Allowed and Galesburg Cable TV Reserves the Right to Refuse Any Item. Farm Bureau All-Star Agents Are Announced MONMOUTH - Don Stansell, manager of Country Companies in Warren County, announced at the Warren County Farm Bureau board meeting Monday night that all of the Country Companies agents qualified for All-Star. Members of the agency force are Don Tomlin, Ver* nori DeSelms, Bob Prey, Tom Casteel and Gate Parrls. This is the first year that alt agents have qualified for this contest. It was announced that the Young Farmers Committee will have an exhibit at the Warren County Agricultural Fair at Roseville next week. The exhibit will include Infromation on food prices and wilt display a model farmstead and equipment. The display is made of wooden match sticks and was constructed by Ed Powell of Alexis. The Young Farmers softball team will advance to the state contest of the Illinois Farm Sports Festival Aug. 20 at Springfield. Young Farmers and their families from Warren, Knox, Mercer and Henderson counties are invited to a picnic Aug. 21 at Lake Warren. The Women's Committee has just completed sponsoring a defensive drivers course for 40 people. They also cooperated with the Warren County Medical Society in sponsoring a program of free tetanus shots. Mrs. Wayne Sullivan, Cameron, is now instructing a Red Cross First Aid Course which is being sponsored by the Women's Committee. City-Farm Day tickets were distributed for sale by members of the board and the Warren County Extension Council. City- Farm Day is scheduled for Aug. 30 at Yorkwood High School. The tickets may be purchased from Larry Marshall, Frank Wallace, Jr., Clarence Lone. Keith Heaton, Fred D. Hall, Donald W. Nelson, Russell Steward, Howard Butler, Raymond Hutchins, Lloyd Winbigler, Murl Melton, John Ewen, Kyle Terpening, Herb Allen, David Grant, Hugh Winbigler, Jim Malley, Randy Byers, and Ben Swanson. Also selling the City-Farm Day tickets are David Armstrong. Ralph Elliott, James R. Hendel. Henry Marshall, Kyle Terpening, Duanc Torrance, Kent Willis, Murl Melton, Marvin Hawk, Don Robeson, Delbert Price and Dr. William Deisher. The Viewpoint Committee plans two meetings in Warren County in September to get the thinking of Warren County Farm Bureau members. Frank Wallace, chairman of the committee, said a district meeting will be held Aug. 14. County olans will be announced following that meeting. Hospital JNotes Admissions Sunday: Mrs. Rose McMillan, Miss Carrie Paul, Mrs. Narcissus Davis, Mrs. George McKeJvey, Monmouth; Gerald Byron, Kirkwood; Mrs. Russell Johnston, Roseville. Dismissals Sunday: Page Randall, Monmouth; Miss Jana Lox, Oquawka. I Oklahoma Prisoners Refuse To Return to Cellblocks McALESTER, Okie. (UPI) Between 400 and 700 prisoners camped in a m of ntud on the grounds of the Oklahoma State Prison claim 200 persons were killed during a weekend insurrection. Prison officials said only three inmates died. The prisoners, who said they numbered ft?0, milled throughout a day of steady rain Monday within the comities of two 20-foot high chain link fences topped with- btrbed wire in the northeast corner of the penitentiary. •Won't Go Back' • "We won't go back in there," one inmate yelled, "How in the hell do they (prison officials) think it's safe for us to go in there? There are lots of dead inmates still in there." These prisoners claimed they never took part in the 43-hour, 10-minute rebellion which began Friday afternoon and ended Sunday morning. They have refused to return to cellblocks in the prison claiming the militant prisoners inside would kill them for not participating in the uprising, "We won't go back in there," prisoner yelled. "We'll live right here in this blasted water. We just want to live. We're trying to pull together and live." Wrote Names The prisoners said they dared not even yell out their names. At one point the prisoner! who talked to reporters wrote their names on a piece of paper and tried to throw it over the two fences and the 12 feet between the fences that separated the S risoners from the reporters, ut the paper fell between the fences. "They're holding the (death) count to the news media down and this thing is worse than Attica," an inmate said. "They've got 200 dead ones in there." Ed Hardy, the governor's press secretary, and other prison sources said the rioting and burning spree left three dead. Matador In jured by Bull Mexican matador Curro Rivera, 21, was he Was unable to continue. Rivera was hooked by his second bull at the Bullring by awarded both ears and the tail of the bull for the Sea, Tijuana, Mexico. Although not gored, fine work with his first bull. IMF AX Mitchell Trial: Legal Double Standard? NEW YORK (UPI) - Former Attorney General John N. M i t c h e H's argument that charges against him be dropped because of Watergate publicity shows he wants "one standard' of justice for ordinary defendants and another for the powerful and the famous-," federal prosecutors said Monday. Mitchell and former Commerce Secretary Maurice Stans are charged with perjury and conspiring to obstruct justice in connection with a secret $200,000 donation to President Nixon's re-election campaign. Fair Trial Government attorneys refuted the argument submitted by Mitchell and Stans that a fair trial was impossible because both had been maligned by the nationally-televised Senate Wa­ tergate hearings and in newspaper articles covering the hearings. "Despite the 2,615 pages of purportedly prejudicial pub licity, what the defendants Mitchell and Stans are attempt' ing to demand from the court is not equal justice but rather one standard of justice for ordinary defendants and quite another standard for the powerful and the famous," idhe prosecution's brief to the court said. Mitchell and Stans, the first former Cabinet officials to face criminal indictments in 50 years, were indicted with a third defendant, Harry Sears, a former Republican state senator from New Jersey. The three are accused of conspiring to get a federal investigation of New Jersey financier Robert L. Vesco's Health Survey Continues company called off in exchange for the secret donation to the campaign. Vesco, wfiio also has been indicted, has fled the country and is believed living in Costa Rica, where that country's supreme court has refused to extradite him. U.S. District Judge Lee Gagliardi will hear oral arguments on the motions Friday morning. The government consented to a defense motion that Mitchell and Stans be tried separately from Sears. The MitcheM-Stans trial is tentatively set to begin Sept, 11. Mitchell's motion said the publicity generated by the Watergate hearings—even if they did not concern the Vesco!] matter — hopelessly prejudiced his case. MONMOUTH - The Warren County health needs survey is progressing according to plan, according to a report today by Mrs. Marc Waggener, chairman. Interviewers, who have already called on households both in town and in the county, have been received with friendliness and cooperation, she said. It is anticipated that sometime during the summer every household in the county will be contacted for information about family health needs. There are parts of the health, questionnaire which pertain to every age group. No family surveyed will be identified on the questionnaire. AU replies will be strictly confidential. The purpose of the survey is ter. to pinpoint the health needs of the county. Results of the survey may be used in planning health service programs in the future. A number of similar health surveys conducted in other counties of the state and other areas of the country have been financed through state or federal grants. Mrs. Waggener said the Warren County survey is being made possible without expense to taxpayers through the cooperative efforts of volunteer workers. County organizations spearheading the survey include the Warren County Homemakers Extension Association, League of Women Voters Of Monmouth, and Jamieson Community Cen- PARA - LEES 900 SO. MAIN - MONMOUTH, ILL Great Savings On Freezers from HINES & McCLINTOCK IN THE CRATE FREEZER SALE CHEST FREEZERS | Hines & McClintock In the Crate Price 6 CUBIC FT. 15 CUBIC FT. 20 CUBIC FT. 25 CUBIC FT. M79" $249<s $279* $ 319" SAVE $20.00 SAVE $30.00 Beginning Wednesday, Aug. 1 lOOO »£. 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