Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 2, 1973 · Page 10
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Golesbur ister-Mail, Golesbur Thursdo Bushnell Hotel Is Bought BUSHNELL riuSHNELL < - The Bushnell over management of the hotel. Hotel, 3tt W. Main St., has MUfef gpent the last 2d years II Home Address: 660 W been purchased by Date Milter, in the Navy and has retired. He a former Bushnell resident, tvho is the son of Mrs. Goldie Miller returned Wednesday to take 243 S. Front St. MRS. JAY CLEMEN CORRESPONDENT Phone 772*2240 At Watergate Panel Members WASHINGTON (UPI) - The,his usual humorous monologue man at the witness table In the saying the hearings were th< Senate Watergate hearing room "longest running quiz show or household name to millions [ TV." The District 224 Staff Vacancies To Be Considered by Board died earlier this summer business formerly was Mr. end Mrs. Joseph Calian, oi Amencara -iooirea squareiy He compared them to the owned by Dennis Larson, who Jeff, Mark and Scott of Sidney, into the television camera and television show "To Tell Mr. end Mrs. Earl Cramer have returned home from Great Lakes Naval Hospital their son, GALVA — Several recom- mendaitans will be made to fill School District 224 vacancies during a meeting Aug. 13 of the Board of Education. )ack surgery July 26. „, . Cramer has been hospitalized Superintendent of Schools Mito ^ the ^ M» ^ks. His Watson said he expects ait toast until mid-August before is to in Coadi Date Liesman who Miss Belinda Biggins will be having the coaching field f^ommended to teaich first <W*p « insurance office grade at (he Bishop Hii Ete- (Mes&wg. mentary School A tearijer had ^ lncalMfl ^ „. previously bom hired for f*J*t^^ n but chose to trice a Job« www fees bafve been atv he Kewanee Schppl Dto- by mm In District address is Ward 3, Great Lakes . . .Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, aplaoement Ohio, ttttflday visited Mf. and said Mrs. Francis Boss in Bushmtl. "I have no knowledge Truth'' where he said, "Two ever about the Water- out of three neoole are gate-" lying." Mr. and Mrs. Harold Weir of The "witness" was showman His auestioniito of the Sena where I Phoenix, Ariz., are visiting Dick "* * Randy, underwent friends in Budhnell this week ife into a the tables and for the next hour hearings. Baker was asked if and a half, with suitable he Home Bible study for the (interruptions for commercials, rose bush (He did). Inouye was ushnell Christian Church will . . ; at the home o* Mr. and Mrs. committee members present. (In Italy during World War II). km Stambaush Jr.. Wednes- The May at 7:30 p.m. GALVA and Sens. II.S'I T'' I with (net. Mtas BJrita b a recent i 224 MRS. SUSAN HEPNER CORRESPONDENT the school Room Wednes-size of his high day night was special taping of graduating class (300). commit- At some points, however, the Vice Chairman Howard senators' humor was better than Cavett's. Fees at the high school In- Home graduate of Auguatana OoTtege Miss Lynn SchatfCer will be dude: Activity, $B; insunance recommended for an art teach- $5; lode deposit, $1; industrial ing position. She would teach arts, $5; drafting. $2; art, $5; n # j - A np 1 grades K-8. She is a native of sAodtowned band instrument "rCSlU6llt ASSUFCS 1 BIlclKcl Peoria, a graduate of John rental, $12. i m Brawn University in Arkansas Imsoirance for grata 5-6 is Q£ (^QHtjniiGO Jjf lllt &I 'V AlQ tee Vice Chairman Howard l senators' humor was Baker. R-Tenn Herman Talmadge, D-Ga., Lo- "By sitting in that witness well Welcker, IWJonn., and chair I felt guilty." Cavett Daniel Inouye, D-Hawaii, as his joked at one point guests. * "You may be Cavett opened the show i Senate Panel Approves Train As New EPA Administrator taught art tor the past $3.50; gpadas 7 -8, $5; consum WASHINGTON (UPI) two years ait Houston, Mo. aihle books in grades W5 Miss Sally Ripka will betook deposit, $1; hardbound President Nixon told Japanese reccimtmended for a teaianieir s textbooks are furnished free; prj me Minister Kakuei Tanaka into'iriail art fee, $4. who will be mov-l Fi6es kr xrfiM'e -and Wednesday that the United h':igh states would maintain military event in Asia. Northern I (knots Umveraty and pSt p l3rs and other consumable -* t *'~ J teacher. A~^A A « M,« A joint communique , . maiteriails depend on the studies , Jptamews are still being con- Al hardbound text- the end of two days of talks ducted tor the posjtoon of bas-j^g are fm >. between the twto leaders said, ketbaM coadh qualified to teach Eiemen^y school, grades 1- 11h Ppes ident confirmed the earns, hLStary and economics. 4 . insni™^ W cunts- con- fresiiww comirmea ine t ^ « ... l 'm.2S^5Sr« tiTihJE intention of the United States to Don 't Scratch That Itch! surname books, $10; student ... .11* lunches, 40 cents, and for maintain an adequate level of 65 cents: consumable deterrent forces in the region." the exploration and develop- WASHINGTON (UPI) Rus igs Randolph, D-W. Va., ment of new energy resources, sell E. Train, approved by the said he would seek Senate their Senate Public Works Commit- 'action cm the nominee to be administrator of (the Senate adjourns Friday for countries would "assist rehabilitation of Indochina ITCH-ME-NOT cc Contains 6 ITCH-STOPPERS to aiflttftS, 65 CSMS; .siurarcfiiias for kfaden „ , i for eczema, foot itch, insect bites, poison ivy, other surface rashes. In 15 MINUTES the itch is GONE or your 59c back. Ask for ITCH- ME-NOT. NOW at OSCO DRUG. A:II students new to instrao' 224 pay a $2 book deposit fee whiidi is refunded when the stu dent leaves the district. Nixon and Tanaka also agreed to study the possibility of sharing oil during severe shortages and to cooperate in Both leaders said IA the I tee the Environmental Protection Agency, says he will make his Nixon agreed to visit Japan decisions "free" of any White before the end of 1974 and House pressures, reiterated his previous invita- Train, whose nomination was tion for a visit from Emperor approved 13 -1 Wednesday, Hirohito and Empress Nagaka pledged during his confirmation the near future at a hearing to "maintain at all mutually convenient time." times a strongly independent "in Tanaka was to leave Washington today for sightseeing in New York, Chicago and San Francisco. He is scheduled to return to Tokyo Monday. A CHARGE IT From separata purchase prica role" for the agency. Dissenting Vote Sen. William L. Scott, R-Va., cast the dissenting vote and said he would hold up consideration by the full Senate until he has had a chance to review Train's testimony. But Committee Chairman s August recess. Scott, who believes tar EPA's ad- HOUSE PAINTING WAS powers are too- broadly ministered, said Train was 4 'unqualified" for the post. iportance During more than four hours of questioning from Scott and other members of the committee, Tnain said it was 1 ' of crucial importance that EPA establish and maintain at all r times a strongly independent role." THE WANT ADS! LATEX HOUSE PAINT 4 i 100% pure acrylic latex unexcelled durability non-fade colors colors stay brighter PAINT DEPARTMENT MAIN A SEMINARY DOWNTOWN GALESBURO SCHOOL SALE Regular purchase price of separate items: Tuner, changer, and twin speaker system $159.9S Component cart $14.95 Stereo headphones $13.95 TOTAl REG. PRICE $188.85 43-2383.2557.7526 SIX-PIECE COMPONENT STEREO SYSTEM STEREO HEADPHONES AND MOBILE CART ALL PIECES! fir'* Superb stereo reproduction with solid state amplifier, 3 -speed changer, and 6 1 / 2 " cylindrical speakers. AM/FM/FM stereo with AFC for non-drift FM! 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