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Dixon Evening Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 21, 1970, Dixon, Illinois Polo Church Council has annual meeting health insurance to to Dave funny Polo the annual meeting and Retreat of the Polo Community Council of churches was held sunday afternoon at peek Home with 18 in attendance from area churches. The group divided into three discussion groups and afterwards met to discuss plans for the coming year. It was suggested and decided that the projects now in operation fish the Icye and Relief time for religious education be continued. It was also planned to secure and distribute copies of modern Man a new paperback and see that each area family received a copy. Also the Unicof and Union thanksgiving programs will be continued and a big brother program is also to be instituted a working committee is planned to Greet new families moving into the Community. The youth groups of the local churches will plan programs for disadvantaged children. Another plan is for group dialogue among the churches. The business meeting followed discussion and the following officers were elected mrs. Elmer Cross president Leland Book vice president Leroy Toms treasurer and mrs. Laurence Lanne. Secretary. Officers were installed by the Rev. John Smith pastor of East Jordan United methodist Church. The next meeting will be dec. 22. Mrs. Floyd Coffman entertained in the red carpet room of the town and country restaurant mrs. C. D. Coffman mrs. Olin Middlekauff and mrs. Vernon Muller it. Morris mrs. H. O. Teigen mrs. Herbert Coffman and mrs. Ralph stuff Polo and or. And mrs. K. E. Irvin Freeport. Guest of Honor was mrs. Midle Kauff in Observance of her birthday. Peo meeting seventeen were in attendance at the tuesday evening meeting of chapter do of the peo sisterhood in the Home of mrs. Herbert Coffman. Mrs. George Kaufman jr., presided at the business meeting and mrs. Ross Hostetter gave a program on native hand Craft made in the mountains of Tennessee. Refreshments were served from a table decorated in keeping with the fall season. The Polo Woosung homemakers Extension unit met tuesday afternoon in the Home of mrs. Roy Davis with mrs. A1 Wilingham presiding. The major lesson. Selection and care of fabric was presented by mrs. Bernice Miller and mrs. John i. Gatz. Mrs. Russell Poole a member of the West Ogle Nite unit presented the minor lesson keeping up with the teenager. Instead of the regular meeting tuesday evening of the Polo Lions club members and wives also mrs. Harry Wuebben mrs. Stanley Webster amp mrs. Gavin Cross widows of former club members had dinner in Rockford. Afterwards they toured the Winnebago Center for the Blind sponsored by the Lions clubs. Special guests for the dinner were past District governor and mrs. Blaine Mcginty it. Carroll. Mrs. Nelson Bennett returned monday from Greensboro n.c., where she had been a guest of her daughter and family the Russell larsons. Sunday dinner guests of or. And mrs. Joe turek were their son and daughter in Law or. And mrs Clarence turek. Dixon. Or. And mrs. Paul Bomberger had As dinner guests sunday or. And mrs. Chris Ziolo and Mark Bellewood. Mrs. Harry Gilbert was an overnight guest sunday in the Home of her daughter and family the William cripes Sterling. Recent guests of or. And mrs. Emerson Witmer were mrs. Stanley Carter and mrs. A. J. Long Freeport. Or. And mrs. Clarence Dambman Lanka visited sunday in the Home of or. And mrs. Clyde Rees. Jolene Gorzny Linda and David Scherer students at Niu Dekalb spent the weekend at their respective Homes. To dads Day Bud Davis Hugh Cross and Wilbur Slager were among those from Polo who attended dads Day Over the weekend at the University of Illinois. Sunday dinner guests in the Home of miss Norma Poole were or. And mrs. Earl firmer loves Park mrs. Ben Bisker. Forreston and mrs. H. 0. Teigen. Mrs. Frank Binkley Forreston mrs. Ruby Moore Milledgeville and their Mother mrs. Pearle Obendorf visited Friday in the Home of or. And mrs. George Clark and mrs. Bertha Rutt Sterling. Robert Bender Rockford had dinner sunday with his Mother. Mrs. Lewis Bender. Recent visitors in the Home of or. And mrs. Joe Payne were mrs. Don Untz Nancy and Billy Oregon. Mrs. Don Waters Connie and Julie Sterling visited the former smother mrs. James Conklin saturday. Sunday guests were her son. James and family Beloit. Wis. Committee next week the . Census in 1810 showed population of 7,239.881 Washington up i it a plan to provide government health insurance covering the major medical expenses of most americans under the age of 65 will be voted on next week by a Senate committee. The Nixon administration attacked the plan and there was Little likelihood it would become Law this year. At a closed meeting of his Senate finance committee thursday chairman Russell b. Long d-la., unexpectedly unveiled his plan and said he would Call for a vote on it probably tuesday or wednesday. His a catastrophic illness insurance plan Calls for the government to pay 80 per cent of All medical costs beyond the first 60 Days of hospitalization or the first $2,000 of doctors Bills for All americans who pay social Security taxes and Are under 65. The Cost was estimated by Long at $2.5 billion a year. He would finance it by a one half of l per cent increase in social Security taxes to be shared equally by employers and employees. A few hours after Long unveiled the plan. Elliot l. Richardson Secretary of health. Education and welfare called for its rejection. He said the administration would submit an Overall health plan to the next Congress where it could receive an adequate review. 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