Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 6, 1973 · Page 12
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 12

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, August 6, 1973
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IfJStttMbum-RjflWt^Moll. Goltsbufp, III- Monday, Aug, 6,1973 Parade Ends Roseville Celebration MONMOUTH GorotpondCfit Mfg. Lorraine Stauth For New* 412 S. 10th St. Phone 7344711 For Mined Copfei Before • P. M. Phone 7344J1 New Ambulance Service Begins MONMOUTH—United Ambu- > men on ambulance duty 24 hours lance Service of Rock Island]a day, and to provide afl per* last week started providing am- sonnel necessary to operate and bulance service to the area maintain (hem. served by Community Memorial All personnel are to be com* Hospital. petent, trained and schooled in Paul J. Penny, owner of Unit- first aid and in the handling of ed Ambulance Service (UAS)lanhulance equipment A replica of an old schoolroom that depicted life in rural America during the last century above left, was one of the attractions in the parade Saturday noting the 125th anniversary of Roseville. Miss Jeanette Birdsell, above right, Miss Warren County from Roseville, was one of the featured guests in the parade. Kep. Clarence E. Neff, R- Stronghurst, at right, in picture at left, talks with Max Lindstrom, Galesburg, who rode the antique bike in the parade. At right Angela Cox, 5, Roseville, also participated in the festivities. (Register- Mail photos by Steve Stout.) said today, "I would point out that we will be serving not only Warren County but also surrounding counties or parts of them." Discussing the extended coverage of the ambulance service now operating out of Monmouth, Lee Rodgers, chairman of the Warren County Board, said, "I feel this new service gives better protection of the lives and well-being of all citizens in this area." Warren County, the City of Monmouth and Community Memorial Hospital contracted with Penny, a former United States Army medic, and his son, are both registered emergency medical technicians. Other employes will include Jim Tucker, Larry Zryzanik, Bud Fobert, Ed Ellner and Bill Bersted. Tucker, a Davenport, Iowa, resident who moved to Monmouth last week to become a fulltime UAS employe, and Fobert, a Rock Island resident who will be working part time, are also registered medical technicians. Zryzanick, 310 E. Broadway, will complete his paramedic cr emergency medical Penny to provide the service i technician course this week. Ell for $42,000 per year. The three parties will contribute equally to the subsidy payment. The contract called for Penny to have use of the two ambulances and ambulance equipment used by the hospital and later the Monmouth Police De- ner, a Rock Island policeman who will work part time, and Bersted, who will be a full time employe, have had first aid training and Penny said they will be expected to complete further required studies. "I , 4 „ . , i , "'want complete crews of trained partment He is also to havej and ,^5^^ men » Pen- use of the garage building ***' ny. The local UAS will operate at CMH which was built for the ambulance service; water, sew- ^ am bulances-the two pro- erandelecfricalutihtiesfor the jvided mia me contract and operation of his franchise, and' Penny added to the fleet • thl 8 rsyst T He said he was making arrange- at the time ne ;ments now to ^ ^ gj^. . , bulances turned over to him by J^SfH^-fSS??! £[1*8 county and. the city recon. . « - ditioned. "I want them painted, refinishsd, and all tuned up," he/said. If an emergency should arise that would call for-more the radio which existed took over. the service are satisfied at the end of a year, living quarters for three personnel and an office is to be located in the ambulance garage for use by UAS. than three ambulances, Penny them. ack - to - School Schedule Reported : 1> rmciDai' Penny wiU operate in coopera-; has agreed to provid !!°LSH 5 ^^Hv^fl UAS is also providing a radio ^^<^^rt ^i ^^.^n to_comp i t ! City of Monmouth and the hos­ tile existing radio monitoring system. This will allow UAS to ROSEVILLE — Roseville 9-10:30 a.m. Students will be schools will open Aug. 27, at!taken on a tour of the building 9 aim. Students will be dismiss-^ ^re ^ classes F will be. The principal, Mrs. ed at 11 a.m. on that day. Eugene Tinker, principal of the Roseville High School, has^aggoner, guidance counselor, announced that all incoming jand members of the student freshmen are to have a physical jcouncil will be present, aitf dental examination before! students, new to the school, school starts, as required by'are asked to come and register slate statutes. before school starts. Mrs. Wag The freshmen orientation goner meeting will be Aug. 23, from (ginning Aug. 13, and new stu i Roseville MRS. IRA LAND Correspondent Roseville P. O. Box 145 Phone 426-2642 nifcil The hoard with the oor\- Plt31 - J!?, T; maintain radio contact with the city and county Lamb Hash, Too Teachers will attend an all-i Mrs. O. B. Bowles has receiv- son, Larry Sims, Susan Bycroft,; sent ' 0 f pg^y w yj nave ^ e day workshop Aug. 24. Girls who jed word of the death Wednesday Don Earp, Mr. and Mrs. Rayjpower and authority to agree toi* 1080 ^' want to try out for cheeriead-:of Alfred Fisher of Wappelo, Guthrie ^ ^ ^ Phillip ^modify rates, personnel, equip- !law €tbeata - lr.g should attend practice from Iowa, husbairi of a former Rose- Merritt Tay](X . an d Don'ment, and any change which in 10-11 a.m., Aug. 20, 21, 22 and v;.le resident, Edne DeVore. JohnsoIli Marla Perrine> Saraiits opinion is a reasonable 2i - . 1 , . , _ . "~, , 'Hawk, Diane Hawk and Nancy j change for the successful opera- The first day of football: The second style show spon-| s tion of the franchise practice will be Aug. 20. All sored by the Roseville Woman's i * * TY «•« i irancnise. boys must have their physical Club Wednesday evening at the! ™ina Hodges, Diane Miller| „„,.,,. ^ exam to take oart The rejmlaT' nark included styles of the early I and Scotty Ross, Nancy Gossett.same. A trip charge will be not* Falkland Islands. They can pre- freshman Dhvsicai will fulfill 1900s extending to and includ- Connie Grant, Mary Killey and 'less than $30 nor more than $35, pare infinite varieties of lamb ^ *** - mutton - »*» ^- { Some of the most imaginative Service rates will remain the cooks in the world live on the JOHN BIERMANN u 10 15 11 17 12 1) 13 22 14 7 IS 11 IS 21 17 I IS 20 IS 14 20 21 21 11 22 IS 23 to 24 M 25 as 26 27 27 21 2S 31 21 21 30 It 31 It 32 V 33 12 34 40 as 3S 2* 37 2) U — 3S — 40 WGIL-FM COUNTRY SURVEY TW TU1* AttUt 1 YOU'VE NEVER BEEN THIS FAR BEFORE —Conway Twittr 2 NOTHING EVER HURT ME (HALF AS BAD AS LOSING YOU —Caorg* Jonti 3 SUPPIN' AWAY —J«ui Shapaid 4 TOUCH THE MORNING —Don GUMOB 5 IF TEARDROPS WERE PENNIES —PorUr Wagoner Si Dolly Parton S TODAY WILL BE THE FIRST DAY OF THE REST OF MY LIFE —Lawanda Lindsay 7 LOUISIANA WOMAN. MISSISSIPPI MAN —Lorctia Lynn St Conway TwUry S THE CORNER OF MY LIFE —BUI Andarton S THE TOP OF THE WORLD —Lynn Andaraon DARLING YOU CAN ALWAYS COME BACK HOME —Jody MiUar AMANDA —Don Williams BAD. BAD LEROY BROWN —Anlhlny Armstrong Jonas I CAN'T BELIEVE THAT IT'S ALL OVER —Skeaiar Davis YOU REALLY HAVEN'T CHANGED —Johnny Carvar SOUTHERN LOVING —Jim Ed Brown SHE'S ALL WOMAN —David Houston TIL I CAN'T TAKE IT ANYMORE —Andra Willis MR. LOVEMAKER —Johnny Paychaek THE GOOD OLD DAYS —Buck Owans St Susan Raya KEEP ON LOVING ME —Jamay Ryan YOULD YOU WALK WITH ME JIMMY —Arlana Hardan DON'T FIGHT THE FEELINGS OF LOVE —Charity Prida A WOMAN WITHOUT A HOME — Stailar Brothers SPOKANE MOTEL BLUES/WATERGATE BLUES —Tom T. Hail SUNDAY SUNRISE -Brand* Laa KID STUFF —Barbara FaixckUd —Jerry Read —Penny Dehaven —Tanya Tucker —Charlie McCoy —Diana Trask —Connie Smith —Roy Drusky —Kent Gordon —Ray Stevens —Porter Wagoner LIFE DOWN LORD MR. FORD THE LOVING OF YOUR BLOOD RED AND GOUT SHENANDOAH ITS A MAN'S WORLD DREAM PAINTER SATISFIED MIND HELLO TROUBLE NASHVILLE WAKE UP JACOB CAN YOU KEEP A SECRET —Linda Cassady St Mark DaUon YOU WERE ALWAYS THERE —Donna Fargo rTLL BE HER —David Rogers LOVE AWT WORTH A DIME UNLESS IT'S FREE —Wynn Stewart PICK HITS OF THE WEEK FROM STEREO 15 BID IN' MY THUMB TO MEXICO —Johnny Rodrigues FEATURED ALBUMS OF THE WEEK FROM THE COUNTRY GIANT I LOVE DIXIE BLUES —Merle Haggard St The Strangers JUST THANK ME -David Rogers John Bifrmonn It Your Host For Country Mutic Monday Through Friday 6.30 P.M. Till Thf Midnight Hour. registered lastly ft intend to play who have a good reason J e J following days Students who spring to want to change their schedule, are to do so the week of Aug. 13. Senior pictures will be taken at the high school Aug. 21, starting at 9 a.m. Sers should inform their doctor era foot- Both men's and women's ball, Tinker said today. World War II uniforms were The Roseville women's soft- shown, also men's World War I ball team lost their game with uniforms. Monmouth Thursday, 14-8. \ Mrs. Robert Crosier narrated The Sunday tournament loca- the show and models were Lynn tion has been changed from and Lyle Conway, Jill Carlberg, Lenox to Little York. 'Jooy Johnson and Kent Hender- a mileage charge of Jclece Sprout, Sandy Ross, 'least 75 cents per mile one way. I the "365 diet," the meat is eat- Orma Jean Kirkpatrick, Jule Penny will work here part:en almost every day of the Ailaman, Janet Miller, Chris,time and his son, Dave Penny, Banner, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Mc-jwill manage the local operation year. Sheep outnumber people 300 to 1 on Britain's bleak col- Farland and Bernice Peoples. He has agreed to have three ony in the South Atlantic Find Drunken Parrots in Bed The Almanac ; City Auctions i Today is Monday, August 6, 1 11 TowaWaVS CAM vctrvnn « i-r , TTT^— the 218th d*V ©f 1973 With 147 to' J SAN YSIDRO, Cahf. (UPI) — follow ; NEW YORK (UPI) - The Customs agents have two dozen' mnrnina cfa „ -city Tuesday auctions off 11 cars drunk parrots on their hands. 1 *™' and Saturn by scofflaws who owe The parrots apparently were M ™ and Saturn. , more ^ mm ^ aJd given tequila to keep themi The evening stars are Venus {ines and pe na i tieS- quiet while they were smuggled' 3 ™ Jup'ter. ; fines and penalties, into the U.S. ' Those born on this date are Customs inspectors found the m(ier tne si Si» of L eo- parrots, barred from the United American actress and come- States because of the danger of dienne Lucille Ball was born disease, hidden in a box-spring August 6, 1911. beneath a mattress in a Also on this day in history: northbound van at this border! In 1926, Gertrude point. Authorities said the!New York became All the oars had been towed away from illegal parking spots by the city. Alexander McFerran, direc^ tor of the Parking Violations Bureau, said Sunday that three 1 Ederle of 0 f the oars were registered! the first locally, four in New Jersey, two! SUMM (Any day through Labor Day) SALE ^fl^k IB per person, per night, I ^^^PJ^^ two to a room. No charge '^^^r^^H for child sharing same room. Additional family rooms only $13.00 each. (Marn'mum of 3 children in second room.) Get into the Great Indoors this summer in Chicago. Enjoy it all, museums, theatres, shopping, and night life. Outdoors, Chicago has it too — beaches, parks, concerts, boating and sightseeing. And most of all, enjoy Sheraton's special brand of hospitality at either of these two downtown hotels. parrots were worth about $2,400' American to swim the English ^ Florida and one each in on the pet store black market. ; Channel. Pennsylvania and New Hamp- The driver of the van, Donald! In 1940, the Battle of Africa shire. Milas Head, 51, Santa Susana, started in World War II as Italy ^ At the invaded British Somaliland. Senior Citizens Wed In 1945, President Harry, There are some 35,000 mar- Truman announced that an riages every year in the Unit- atomic bomb had been dropped e( j states of persons above the Japan. Japan | age 64. Reasons given for tak- later jng the step include love as — - to an W ell as companionship and ™ end. economy. In 1968, former President •his sixth heart attack. He died!yellow and blue — cannot be 'produced by mixture of others. ! was charged with smuggling. Doctor- (Continued From Page 6) ; on Hiroshima him nuts, fruits, even honey j surrendered eight days {from wild bees and m infinite ^ world . War II came I variety of different kinds ; vegetables. Well-known natur-; jalists consider that early man, L , ™ , , ! particularly those from warm Dw, « ht D Eisenhower suffered The primary colors - red, land jungle-type climates, re- . tncn iceived a major portion of bis on March 28, 1969 ifood from carbohydrate sources. |Early cave drawings of file most primitive type demonstrate acquiring honey from wild bees, and the northern European primitive men mixed honey with fruit juices into a form of mead. Both books then erroneously begin with the theme that mar! is not naturally a carbohydrate eater and, indeed, contain many similarities. I cannot recommend either diet to the general public. (Newspaper.Enterprise Assn.) i Located on Michigan BtSCtf StOnC Avenue overlooking Grant Park at >d the Lake. Convenient to museums, theatres and downtown. Enjoy gourmet cuisine in the Blackstone Grill and Dixieland and blues music in our Flaming Sally's Nightclub. Indoor parking available at extra charge. At the $h«r«ton- Lo ^ t ? don M^M ^ Michigan VtlWB|^p Avenue's "Magnificent Mile." Great shopping. Great night life. Great sightseeing. Enjoy the famous Kon Tiki Ports Restaurant, Klip Joint Lounge and the Blacksmith Steak House, plus Chicago's largest hotel indoor pool. Indoor parking available at extra charge. INSURANCE. BONDS Jock Fischer • Jim Lillie McGrew & McGrew Agency, Inc. An Agency That Service Built 3$ S. Proirit St * G«lt«bur 9 - Phont 342-4153 Reservations must be made in advance. Plan is not applicable to convention groups. Rates quoted do not include local taxes. For information and reservations for either Sheraton Hotel call toll free: 800r32$-3636. Or call your travel agent SheraioivBlaekstone Hotel MICHIGAN AVENUE AT BALBO 8heralon*Chieago Hotel 506 NORTH MICHIGAN AVENUE SHERATON HOTELS AND MOTOR INNS. A WORLDWIDE SERVICE OF ITT

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