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MONDAY, MARCH 30, 1961 PAGE TWELVE ' SEYMOUR DAILY TRIBUNE, SEYMOUR; INDIANA 'Answers 011 Pg. 3 ' n mow quo hutt or im IN A SPIN ABOUT SPRING CLEANING? SERVICEMASTER CAN HELP. .. We clean most everything! CALL 522-2846 GOLDEN RIPE DANAE1AS . . .3 sftk DINNERBELL ECHO TZ fresh , U i o Vtfna? m FRYERS W il l. H M-Mi.ate 0- v' ".aaw --. ""' " " ""' J fi CSH lean TUESDAY, fi 17EDIIESDAY OIILY mmm deep SEt,lon CITIZEtJS DflYS ,LBSOR $'0 29 Hi V MORE "" 0FrTOBACCO QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED (1 GRADE "A" ffe Vk Cid fifl ( EXTRA LARGE EGGS 5pfS v UJ U white ' 4nn ECKR,CH sy $189 POTATOES . . .ioiH " DOLOGtlfl jnBJGAL MApLEHURST TINY TOWN uiiEALl rGAL MAPLEHURST C0mC CHEESE $1110 24 01. 2sCjbj, cleaning people who care . lb 00c m. GORES , FRESH LEAN V 0 $ 49 j) boiled nan y21 I I I LB. f'm 'PARKAY vcrldsccpo -O points) tBI flkMfc UkMMMI flMNMMtf (MfffJOVy) 1 ThtSaMMMlwociiKmautilM09Mtlo M up wMt capsule that It orbiting the tarth. On of the cosmonauts b from (CHOOSE ON: China, Mongolia), a ntigh borinf communist satellite of tht U.1SX ' 2 The United Mine Workers called a brief coal strike Iwt week. Mod union mine workers work in the wwn haW of tht U.S., where "toft" coel k mined mostly (CHOOSI Of: - deep underground, by strip mining). - 1 True or false: Measured in teem of total, energy.expem believe rhe U.S. h more coi . In the ground than all the oH and natural get ., 4 A debate ante again over whether our government should Hmk tht number of lapanest automobile! imported Into the U.S. True or False: lapan i now a larger car manufacturer than the U.S. - ' 3 A group in Arkansas that believes the theory of CHOOSE ONE: evolution, nMvtty) " contradictt the Bible won a battle by getting the Arkansas legislature to past a new law requiring public schools in that sute to offer ' equal time to the Bible's story of creation. (10 poms H yea can lasn gilt pane m tie eawt) I am the mayor of Chicago. My husband and I announced we will move from our apartment to live in a crime--plagued public housing project. Who ami? , motchvcrds (4 potMa lor moO 1-breach ' 2-bokter 3- berate ,: 4-benevoient 5- bogus a-scold strongly b-counterfeit, not authentic c-generous, charitable d-suppdrt, prop up e-break a contract VOtM tCOKI: tt 10 IM pointt - TOP i i " mm m i -;e n. Rawsp:cturo . W eetee vwi hi Ha eeeeeae tenacty) - . ..The situation m Poland began growing mora) tenet again after police used violence to break up a meeting of farmers and leaden of the independent labor union. Solidarity. Sottoartty's national leader,'.. I... shown at right, addressed tht ptopkt of . Bydogsici after he visited biiured workers In a hospital 1 Italian (CHOOSE ONE: violinist, opera singer) Luciano Pavwottl continued hli major icriei of appearances on UA public television. . ' 1 (Playwright, Actor) Neil Simon, who won fame for Plan Suite, . The Prisoner of Second Avenue, Chapter Two, and dozens of other works, has a new play called "fools" opening soon on - Broadway. J former Governor George Wallace of ..?.., who first pined ' nationwide fame during the civil rights battles of the 1960s, announced he will get married again. j aTsei.kCeorgla-.c-Alabama- : 4 .... University d NOT make H to the final four in the NCAA college basketball competition this year. , a-lndiana b-DePaul c-Louisiana Sttte 5 National football Conference's Leeman Bennett and American football Conference's Chuck Knot were the . winners of tht .1. -Of -The-Year award at the annual "101 Banquet" held in Kansas City. a-Oefenslve Player b-Offemfve Player oCoach rcundtahb Painty ttocueelae (no. score) Do contest, such as the one to choose Academy Award winners for the movies serve any useful purpose I Beiest EiceKenl. 71 to M autnls OeeA 1 It TO tekite - Pair. ...aso-ai KOMI II It I VIC. II KEG. CH CIET DIG 16 OZ. BOTTLES CH. FErrZH CH LIHB Plus u Deposit I ; f " - ill ' V" -- I ' I ! I 1 1 if United Mine Workers president Sam Church, left, and local president Troy Dixon prepare to speak to N.J. Senator stands trial in Abscam case NEW YORK (AP) -Prosecutors beset by rulings of government entrapment face their most troublesome Abscam case today with the trial of Sen. Harrison A. Williams Jr., the most powerful politician indicted in the FBI sting. Williams was one of the first to meet with undercover FBI agents posing as representatives of favor-seeking Arab sheiks, but the 61-year-old New Jersey Democrat was the last to be indicted. "1 will survive," predicts the 22-year Senate veteran whose current term expires in 1982. The sole senator indicted in the sting maintains he is "totally . innocent." 1 Prosecutors face an uncertain task in the courtroom this time since a federal judge in Philadelphia last year threw out the convictions of two Philadelphia city council members on grounds of governmental misconduct and entrapment. The convictions were overturned based on the' most controversial Abscam evidence: tapes of a June 28, 1979, session involving the council members and Williams. The-government is appealing the reversal. . . The 13 other Abscam convicts are appealing on similar grounds. Barring success ' of last-minute maneuvers to delay the trial before U.S. District Judge George C. Pratt in Brooklyn, jury selection was slated to begin today from a panel of several hundred people. The trial is expected to last up to two months. The Williams' case has "been the most troublesome for the Justice department. Like six House members who have preceded him to the Abscam courtroom, Williams is accused of agreeing to introduce a private immigration bill on behalf of a phony Arab sheik. Both sides acknowledge it is radically different than those before it, if for no other reason than the conduct of Mel Weinberg, the convicted con man hired by the FBI to help set up the sting. . Lawyers for many of those already convicted have used tapes of early meetings in vol v-. ing Williams and Weinberg in efforts to prove entrapment and governmental misconduct In their clients' cases. .., Williams, chairman of the Senate Labor ' and Human Resources Committee until the Republicans gained. Senate control in January, la accused-of bribery and conspiracy involving an alleged promise to Introduce an Immigration bill to allow the purported Arabs to stay in the United States. Talking about contract I ; Ob j.; X .. 'H - v y U iV 1 v As Uetrgaett ' N.J. Senator Harrison Williams, Jr., the seventh and most powerful political 'figure indicted in the Abscam influence peddling scandal, goes on trial today in Brooklyn. . Standing trial with Williams is Alexander Feinberg, a 72-year-old lawyer from Cherry Hill, N.J., and longtime Williams' associate. - Mayor Angelo Errichetti, of Camden, N.J., was severed from the trial because the Justice Department agreed it would not further prosecute those convicted in earlier Abscam cases unless they won appeals. Retired contractor George Katz of Fort Lee, N.J., was said to be seriously ill and. also was severed. In addition to fhe charge Involving the private immigration bill, Williams also is charged . with agreeing to accept a concealed 18 percent interest in a Virginia titanium mine. In return, he allegedly agreed to do everything in his power to obtain military contracts for the mining venture. The supposed Araba were going to finance the deal with a $100 million loan at favorable interest rates, the federal Indictment charges.- The charges further allege that as part of the conspiracy, Williams and the others agreed to later sell the mining company to a group ofToreiga businessmen for 170 million. Prosecutors say tht senator would have stood to maka IS percent of the sal price, or $1X6 million, minus expenses. APLeeertbete members of a union in Benham, Ky., about the proposed contract. Like the Abscam defendants before him, Williams faces a series of government-made videotapes showing numerous meetings with undercover FBI agents posing as frontmen For the sheik and with "Sheik Yas-sir Habib" himself . The other congressmen or former congressmen convicted here and in Washington include former Reps. John Murphy, D-" N.Y.; Frank Thompson Jr., D-N.J.; John Jenrette, D-S.C; Richard, Kelly, R-Fla.; Michael Myers, D-Pa., and Rep. Raymond Lederer, D-Pa.. Lederer was the only implicated member of Congress to win re-election. Asteroid named after Grissom BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) A minor planet discovered by astronomers at Indiana University nw bears the name "Grissom," in honor of Hoosier-born astronaut Virgil I. Grissom. The name was approved by the International Astronomical Union and. published this . month in its newsletter. Grissom was the second American launched into space. The number assigned to the small planet 2161 commemorates the date when Grissom made his first space voyage July 21, 1961. - In 1965, Grissom commanded the first manned Gemini flight ' He was the command pilot of -Apollo I when he was killed in a fire in the spacecraft in 1967. The asteroid Grissom is five -to 10 miles in diameter, with an orbit between Mars and Jupiter. Bomb explodes, at Ball State MUNCIE, Ind. (AP) A bomb that exploded on the Ball State University campus was an artillery simulator, 1 a "c-ksely controlled item" used In army field training, authorities: said. The bomb was tossed at a vacant attendant's booth in a , campus parking area Saturday night. Police said the booth, was destroyed, but there was no ' other damage and no injuries. , Federal Investigators Joined : state, city and campus police In probing the bombing on Sun-. toy. ' . ;. . Henry VUJ divorced j his jwu,Aiwcawes,to

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