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I«ibu I 1 > F mtLIAMSfiURO, Mich. (UPt) - Oeyierllte miidhol«s padtetl with « velMil« mixture of 119 and nil threitemd^this small community today with a largftr^eitiklosion, aa tht town hall'^nk Into the mud. Dr. David H. JenklM, deputy director of the Miehi|iA De- parlHItent of Nttural Reaourcea, conceded Friday thiat even the slightest spark could set off a chain-reaction fire. "Ttie danger is that somebody's house will fill with gas and some spaiic will set it off," said Jenkins, named coordinator of the "relief effort by Gov, William G. Milliken. '*A11 the gas in the general area could be igirated.'' ''The Town Hall is still there but ita foundatk)n is sinking," aald Difii^ Beetle, Grand Traverse County sheriff's dis^ pateher. ''WeVe sandbagging it to try to keep it from sinking under." Town Is Deserted The town of 450 was deserted again as all its evacuated residents were cautioned not to return for home possessions. ''If we stay as lucky as we've bem we won't blow anybody up or anything eittier," said Donald Bateman, a gas safety engineer with the Nichlgan Public Service Commission. The quicksand-like atmosphere also caused many foun* dations on homes and buildings to crack, Bezile said. Jenkins said Williamsburg Creek and Elk Lake, noted for excellent trout fishing, were now mud canals, filed with dead fish. The gas bubbles created a "tremendous amount" of mud runoff, he said, and a lot of it into the lake. discoloration was flowing "There's some going on," Jenkins'said. Well is Suspect The escaping gas holes which began to appear seemingly from nowhere Wednesday night, were suspected to be linked with an Amoco Production Co. gas well, being drilled nearby. Amoco Woduction, which denies responsibility for the crisis, was to begin a three-part plan today to relieve the gas pressure through other well- holes outside the small village. A series of shallow wells were to be drilled east of the town some 300 feet or deeper in an attempt to vent the gas trapped underground. Two additional deep wells were to be drilled near the site of Amoco's current well. Milliken toured the cordoned off area Friday conferring with local authorities on the situation. He said officials felt there was no need to declare the town a disaster area yet. Ettster Ceasefire ritish Cauti 9 I BY COLIN BAKER The BELFAST (UPI) - miUta'rit Provisional wing of the Irish Renubllcan Army an- observe Republican nounced it would cease-fire in Catholic a Londonderry's Bogside and mUitiamen ,11 Roman Creggan neighborhoods begin- nmg Monday. British troops, and police were put on alert today in anticipation of possible violizuie during more than SO parades scheduled for Easter Sunday and Monday by Protestant and Catholic groups. F^OF^ the Catholics, Easter Sund^ is the anniversary of the 1916 uprising in Dublin which eventually led to the independent Republic of Ireland. The chief goal of the IRA is unification of the six noribern counties, now under British rule, with the republic. The Protestants vehemently Belfast Roman Catholic neighborhood in which a soldier and three local women were wounded. The women were hit by ricochets when they rushed to help the wounded soldier . An said their saved the spokesman probably oppose such a move which would makV them a religious minority in Catholic Ireland. The British Army to the announced reacted in Londonderry's cautiously IRA truce Catholic neighborhoods. ''We are highly delighted and the cease-fire is naturally weicome--if it liappens,'* a said. "It British spokesman would-be even more welcome if it were permanent. **V^e shall react to the extent that if there are no gunmen to be Seen then we Comparative peace . prevailed in Northern Ireland today in the wake of a sniper attack Friday night in a army presence soldier's life by frightening off the sniper. An army spokesman said Friday's sniper attack occurred in Belfast's Catholic New Lodge Road area. He said a first shot hit the patrolling soldier in the back and the three women left their homes to give him first aid but were injured when another shot shattered on a wall. "The women may have saved the soldier's life," the spokesman said. "The snipers' second shot was probably meant to finish him off. But the gunmen would be frightened to fire again and risk seriously injuring the women. A hospital spokesman said today that all three women had "minor injuries" and that the soldier's condition was ndt serious. Catholics 91 were 1916 throughout Ulster preparing for Monday's uprising festivities. An army spokesman said, "We call this the beginning of the marching season. This is the first of the year." The Provisionals in Londonderry said they had decided to call the cease-fire because of requests from residents in the area. CLAIM NOnCB In the Circuit Court for the Ninth Judicial Circuit, Knox County, Illinois, In Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of ALLEN 0. MARTINi Deceased. No 73-P-96. NOTICE is given of the death of ALLEN 0. MARTIN. Letters of office were issued on April 10, 1973, to David Shreeves, S92 Walnut Street, Knoxville, Illinois 6t44B as Executor whose attorneys are Barash k Stoerzbach, 121 South Cherry Street, Galesburg, Illinois 61401. Claims may be filed within 6 months from the itete of issuance of Letters of Office and any claim not filed within that period is barred as to the estate which is inventoried within that period. Claims must be filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court, Knox County Courthouse, Galesburg Illinois, and copies mailed or delivered to the Executor and to said attorneys. Dated April 16, 1973. HOLLAND C. WISE Clerk of the Circuit Court Knox County, Illinois 4/21-28; 5/5; 3T RICHARD M. BtJRGLAND, S«Mefvisor OLOA E. NELSON, Clerk 4/21; IT Easter Man Ray Valine, a 26 year old garbage collector, has been making deliveries on his route. Wearing an Easter bunny costume, Valine hands out baskets of candy to the neighborhood children. **The kids like it, the mommies like it," he said as he gave out baskets with one hand and picked up garbage cans with the other. UNIFAX —1 Children Lose Pet Goat Despite Use of Deodorant SACRAMENTO, Calif. (UPI) Brian and Scott Arnold have lost their pet-despite a special deodd!>ant. The mother of the two small bo^'s"^said their 10-month-old male goat named Rumples was > i J ^ I purchased eight at an animal sent to the pound after a neighbor complained he attracted flies. Shirley Arnold said she used :a special deodorant to keep Rumples from becoming offensive and that he had no the family's two Irish setters. flies. "I donH undersUnd. Seme of our nelghbort have rabbits and chickens," she said. "They told me there's a city ordinance against keeping cloven-hooved animals. So I guess I have no choice." The goat, months ago at an auction, romped with the boys in the field behind the home. He slept at night with one of CLAIM NOTICE In the Circuit Court for the Ninth Judicial Circuit, Knox County, Illinois, in Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of CLAUDE D. McCONCHIE, Deceased. No. 67-P-294. NOTICE is given ot the death of CLAUDE D. McCONCHIE. Letters of office were issued on April 18, 1973, to Bessie Evelyn McConchie, 1415 Clay Street, Galesburg, Illinois 61401 as Executor whose attorney is Donald L. Stoffel, 309 Hill Arcade, Galesburg, Illinois 61401. Claims may be filed within 6 months from the date of issuance of Letters of Office and any claim hot filed within that period is barred as to the estate which is ui- ventoried within that period. Claims must be filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court, Knox County Courthouse, Galesburg, lUhiois, and copies mailed or delivered to the Executor and to said attorney. Dated April 18, 1973. HOLLAND C. WISE Clerk of the Circuit Court Knox County, Illinois 4/21-28; 5/5 3T By DONALD THORNTON SACRAMENTO, Calif. (UPI) — Bending down with an Easter basket full of candy in one hand and a grimy trash can in the other, Ray Valine, a 26-year-old Sacramento County garbageman, said to the small boy: **For real. I'm the Easter bunny." This past week to the joy of hundreds of neighborhood children, Valine, a refuse collector for nearlv three years, has been three years, between the prancing houses on his route attired in a and white Easter By GORDON F. JOSELOFF MOSCOW (UPI) - Seven American students were hours relfimi Friday eight after being arrested and ' ' 4 > * " allegedly beaten while staging a demonstration at a visa office to ^ptbtest emigration restric- tionis on Soviet Jews. American officials said the demonstration was the first in Moscow they could recall invcdving U.S. citizens. 11)1(1 students said workers at the visa office, passersby and )at^ police kicked and punched them and dragged them by the hair' after they entered the building on an obscure street in central Moscow. "l^ey beat the hell out of us," claimed Yossi Klein, 19, who said he was a student at Brooklyn College. But Klein said that after the group was taken into custody, <<Th§ police offered us tea and craipkers/' Witnesses said that ,. 25-minute staging a ^'liberation Passover seder" to protest emigration restrictions. The five boys and two girls- including a 16-year-old high school student-^were all from the New York City area and said they belonged to the Soviet Jewry." said authorities They tioning had been them told ques- them they "sentenced" to an "strict unspecified "strict regime term in a labor camp but were being released on their recognizance as fenders. on meir own first-time of- The tour, students chanted Hebrew during the protest, "Liberty, group, which is on a arrived Thursday from Leningrad and is to leave Sunday for Vienna. '*We originally came to speak to Soviet Jews and offer them moral encouragement" but then ''we decided to attempt to hold a liberation Passover seder," Kiein said. The other students identified themselves as Jules Leventhal, 19, and Alan Bindinger, 18, of pink costume. "It's fun with bunny -it's good relations my customers," said Valine, who the week before Christmas wore a Santa Claus suit while picking up garbage, "The kids like it. the mommies like it," he said Friday between hoisting heavy cans of garbage into the big white refuse truck and passing out candy Easter eggs to hordes of youngsters. "They all think I'm insane," Valine said pointing to his two fellow workers. "Maybe I am. But for sure it makes my work a lot easier to come to each morning. They (the persons on his route) lUce me. They think of me as a friend and not in terms of garbage." Valine, whose thick Fu Manchu mustache gave his bunny appearance a somewhat wild look, continued: "This way I get to know people and have fun. Otherwise I'd be sitting out here complaining about these heavy cans of trash." Asked if he had any other any holiday antics coming up, Valine scratched his mustache and replied: "I'm not going to do nothing for Mother's Day." Jhe young county gart>age man, who this week passed out more than 200 pieces of candy each day, admitted to one drawback in his rabbit and Santa routines. "I've had a lot of mommies come out and tell me they're worried because all their kids want to grow up to be garbagemen like me. Think of it—a whole generation of garbagemen," he said. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON TOWNSHIP BUDGET Notice is hereby given that a tentative budget and appropriation ordinance for the Town of the City of Galesburg in the County of Knox, State of Illinois, for the fiscal year begin* ning AprU 1, 1973, and ending March 31, 1974, is on file and conveniently available to public inspection at City Clerk's Office - City Hall. Notice is further given hereby that a public hearing on said budget and appropriation ordinance wiU be held at 7:15 o'clock P.M., Monday, May 7, 1973, at The Council Chambers in this Town and that final action on this ordtaance will be taken by the Board of Town Auditors at Uie meeting to be held at 7:30 o'clock P.M., May 7 1973. ' Dated this 17th day of April, 1973. CLAIM Nonce In the Circuit Court for the Ninth Judicial Circuit, Knox County, Illinois. In Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of PHOEBE A. PUCKETT, Deceased. No. 73-P*97. NOTICE is given of the death of PHOEBE A. PUCKETT. Letters of ^fice were Issued on April 16, 1973, to Dale Puckett, 24 Chestnut Street, Galesburg, Illinois 61401 as Administrator whose attorney is Donald C. Woolsey, Knox County Courthouse, Galesburg, Illinois 61401. Claims may be filed within 6 months from the date of issuance of Letters of Office and any claim not filed within that period is barred as to ttie estate which Is inventoried within that period. Claims must be filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court, Knox County Courthouse, Galesburg, Illinois, and copies mailed or delivered to the Administrator and to said attorney. Dated April 16, 1973. . HOLLAND C. WISE Clerk of the Circuit Court Knok County, Illinois 4/21-28; 5/5 3T CLAIM NOTICE In the Circuit Court for the Nhith Judicial Circuit, Knox County, Illinois, In Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of ELVA P. McDERMET, Deceased. No. 73-P-71. NOTICE is given of the death of ELVA P. McDERMET. Letters of office were issued on April 16, 1973, to Rebecca L. Whitenack, Conunercial Drive, Abingdon, Illinois 61410 as Executor whose attorney is Bernard G. Stutter, 141 N. Side Square, Knoxville, Ilinois 61448. Claims may be filed within 6 months from the date of issuance of Letters of Office any any claim not filed within that period is barred as to the estate which is inventoried within that period. Claims must be filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court, Knox County Courthouse, Galesburg, Illinois, and copies mailed or delivered to the Executor and to said attorney. Dated April 16, 1973. HOLLAND C. WISE Clerk of the Circuit Court ' Knox County, Illuiois 4/21-28; 5/5; 3T County, Illinois, in Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of ALBCaitA MtimeLL, Deceased. No. 73-P^. NOUCe is given of the deith of ALBmtA M. MITCHBLL. Letters of office were issued on April 9, 10^3, to Bank of Galesburg, Qatesbiifg, Illinois, Main and Kelloig Streets, Galesburg, Illinois 61401 as Executor, whose attorneys are StuirtK Neagle & West, 58 South Cherry Street, Galesburg, Illinois 61401. Claims may be filed within 6 months from the date of issuance of Letters of Office and any claim not filed within that period is barred as to the estate which is inventoried within that period. Claims must be filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court, Knox County Courthouse, Galesburg, Illinois, and copies mailed or delivered to the Executor and to said attorneys. Dated April 9,1973. HOLLAND C. WISE Clerk of the Circuit Court Knox County, Illinois 4/14^21-28; 3T officials arrived to Pe- open king's liaison office. PHNOM PENH-The cabinet of President Lon Nol resigned. U.S. B52s struck Communist suspected positions near Phnom Penh, but the port city of Kep fell to the Conununists. UNITED NA-nONS - The Security Council debated the Middle East crisis with Britain and France resolution attacks submitting a Israeli Boy Killed By Robbers In Grocery Store Holdup liberty/' lang fnd raided a banner that said | Robin Schwartz, ' People Go" in Queens College; Touro College; Philip Pulver, songs 18; Harvey Friedman, 19, and all of '%et: My flebrew» Russia f^^ jitudents said and English, they were 17, and Rivkie Fogel, 16, of Yeshiva University High School for Girls. PHILADELPHIA (UPI) was Good Friday and 8-year-old Derrick Barnes and his buddies had no school. They were playing in their West Philadelphia neighborhood when Derrick became hungry and he decided to buy something to eat. He entered a small neighbor- where he and a hood grocery store bought a small cake doughnut. Two armed men entered the!was began shooting at the burglars. Police said from two to five shots were firec}. One bullet struck young Barnes in the head and he dropped to the floor, dead. The two gunmen fled on foot. "We don't know which shots hit the boy/* a detective said. **There were anywhere from two to five shots fired and we don't know if the (storekeeper) hit the gunmen." Police said Derrick's mother condemning against Lebanon, but not condemning the earlier Arab terrorist activities. Dip- V>matic sources said the United States might veto any such resolution. NEW YORK - One of the FBI's most wanted men, Mace Brown, was killed in a shootout with police hi an attempted bank robbery. Two accomplices surrendered after holding hostages for about two hours. Brown was placed on the most wanted list after escapbig from a Washington jail last fall. -WASHWGTOn^iJfiaac Chavez, leader of the United Farm Workers Union, said Teamsters officials had received illegal cash payments in a conspiracy to break Chavez* union in negotiations with California grape growers. CLAIM NOTICE In the Circuit Court for The Ninth Judicial Circuit, Knox County, Illinois, in Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of HARRY EUGENE LOGAN, Deceased. No. 73-P-92. NOTICE is given of the death of HARRY EUGENE LOGAN. Letters of office were issued on April 6, 1973, to J(*n A. Logan, 805 Lawrence Avenue, Galesburg, lUinois 61401, as Administrator, whose attorneys are Mc- LaughUn and Hattery, 304 Bank of Galesburg Building, Galesburg, Illinois 61401. Claims may be filed within^* months from the date of issuance of Letters of Office and any claim not filed within that period is barred as to the estate which is inventoried within that period. Claims must be filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court, Knox County Courthouse, Galesburg, Illinois, and copies mailed or delivered to the Administrator and to said attorneys. Dated April 6, 1973. HOLLAND C. WISE Clerk of the Circuit Court Knox County, Illinois 4/14-21-28; 3T CLAIM NOTICE In the Circuit Court for the Ninth Judicial Circuit, Knox County, Illhiois, hi Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of MARGARET E. ANDERSON, Deceased. No. 78-P-79. NOTICE is given of the death of MARGAREn* E. ANDERSON. Letters of office were issued on April 5, 1973, to Roy H. Pear* son, Jr. 122 Lakeview Drive, R. R. No. 4, Galesburg) Illinois 61401 as Executor ivhose attorneys are Sluart, Neagte & West, SB South Cherry Street, Box 1425, Galesburg, Illhiois 61401. Clahns may be filed within 6 months from the date of issuance of Letters of Office and any claun not filed withhi that period is barred as to the estate which is inventoried withhi that period. Claims must be filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court, Knox County Courthouse, Galesburg, Illuiois, and copies mailed or delivered to the Ex* ecutor and to said attorneys. Dated April 5, 1973. ROLLAND C. WISE Clerk of the Circuit Court Knox County, Illhiois 4/7,14,21 3T Claims may bi filed within 6 months from th« d«t« of is- suaoMi of Lttters of Office and any d«tm not filed within that period is barred as to the estate which is inventoriod within that period. Claims must be filed in the office of ttM Cferk of this Court, Knox Cottnty Courthouse, Galesburg, Illinois, and copies mailed or delivered to the Ex« eeutor and to said attorneys. Dated April 5, 1979. HOLLAND c. wijse, Clerk of the Cirdult Court Knox County, 4/7.14^81 3T CLAIM NOTICE In the Circuit Court for the Nhith Judicial Circuit, Knox County, Illuiois, in Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of MYRTLE F. ELCOMBE, Deceased. No. 73-P-74. NOTICE is given of the death of MYRTLE F. ELCOMBE. Letters of office were issued on April 5, 1973, to First Galesburg National Bank and Trust Com- CLAIM NOTICE In the Circuit Court for the Ninth Judicial Circuit, Knox County, Illhiois, in Probate. In the Matter of the Estate o( CHAS. BRUNIGA, Deceased. No. 73.P-83. NOTICE is given of the death of CHAS. BRUNIGA. Litters of office were imfd on March 30, 1973, to William Braniga, Knoxville, Illinois 61448 as Executor whose attorneys are Baudhio & Potter, 165 E. Fort Street, Farmington, IlUhois 61531. Claims may be filed withhi 6 months from the date of issuance of Letters of Office and. any claim not filed within that period is barred as to the estate which is inventoried within that period. Claims must be filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court, Knox County Courthouse, Galesburg, Illinois, and copies mailed or delivered to the Executor and to said attorneys. Dated March 30/1973. ROLLAND C. WISE Clerk of the Circuit Court Knox County, lUhioft 4/7,14,21 3T pany, a Bankhig Corporation 2 East Mam Street, Galesburg, Illinois 61401 as Executor whose attorneys are Nelson, Gustaf^n & Blake, 3014 Hill Arcade BuildUig, Galesburg, Illuiois 61401. Claims may be filed within 6 months from the date of issuance of Letters of Office and any claim not filed within that period is barred as to the estate which is uiventoried within that period. Claims must be filed hi the office of the Cldrk of this Court, Knox County Courthouse, Galesburg, Illhiois, and copies mailed or delivered to the Executor and to said attorneys. Dated April 5,1973. ROLLAND C. WISE Clerk of the Circuit Court Knox County, Illinois 4/7,14,21 3T at work at a nearby store behind young Barnes. The laundry when the shooting storekeeper grabbed a gun and occurred. The fairy basslet, a fish common to the West Indies, swims with its belly close.to protective, overhanging ledges of reefs, even when this necessitates swimming upside down. CLAIM NOTICE In the Circuit Court for The Ninth Judicial Circuit, Knox County, Illinois, in Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of FERN BRIGGS, Deceased. No. 73-P4J7. NOTICE is given of the death of PERN BRIGGS. Letters or office were issued on April 4, 1973, to Louise Wilder, 717 West 1st Street, Qalesburg, Illinois 61401, as Executor, whose attorneys are Hanlon & Ruedig, 318 Hill Arcade, Galesburg, Illinois 61401. Claims may be filed within 6 months from the date of issuance of Letters of Office and any claim not filed within that period is barred as to the estate which is inventoried within that period. Claims must be filed in tbej ^ffisi of the Clerk of this Court, Knox County Courthouse, Galesburg, Illinois, and copies mailed or delivered to the Executor and to said attorneys. Dated April 4, 1973. ROLLAND C. WISE Clerk of the Circuit Court Kpox County, Illhiois 4/14^21-28; 3T CLAIM NOTICE In the Circuit Court for the Ninth Judicial Circuit, Knox County, Illinois, in Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of RUTH CARLEY EDDY, Deceased. No. 73-P-91. NOTICE is given of the death of RUTH CARLEY EDDY. Letters of office were issued on April 5, 1973, to Joan Pogue, Dayton and Sage Streets, Oneida, Illinois 61467 as Executor whose attorneys are Barash & Stoerzbach, 121 South Oierry Street, Galesburg, Illinois 61401. CLAIM NOnCE In the Circuit Court for the Ninth Judicial Circuit, Knox County, Illhiois, hi Probate. In the Matter of tiie Estate of ANNIE BOWTON, Deceased. No. 73-P-85. NOTICE is given of the death of ANNIE BOWTON. Letters of office were issued on April 2, 1973, to Kenneth £^ Bowton, 835 Wisconsm Street, Galesburg, Illinois 61401 as Administrator whose attorney is Charles A. Wesner, 108 North Mahi Street, Abmgdon, IlUnois 61410. Claims may be filed withhi 6 months from the date of issuance of Letters of Office and any claim not filed within that period is barred as to the estate which is mventoried ;within that period. Claims must be filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court, Knox County Courthouse, Galesburg, Illuiois, and copies mailed or delivered to the Admmistra- tor and to said attorney. Dated April 2, 1973. ROLLAND C. WISE Clerk of the Ciitttlt Court Knox County, Illinois 4/7,14,21 3T CLAIM NOTICE In the Circuit Court for the Ninth Judicial Chrcuit, Knox County, Illinois, hi Probate. In the Matter of tlie Estate ol HOWARD E. GRAHAM, Deceased. No. 73-P-44. NOTICE is given of the death of HOWARD E. GRAHAM. Letters of office were issued on April 3, 1973, to Cecilia K. Graham, 10336 Cameo Drive, Sun City, Arizona 85351 as Executor whose attorneys are Stuart, Neagle & West, 58 South Cherry Street, Galesburg, Illinois 61401. Claims may be filed within 6 months from the date of issuance of Letters of Office and any claim not filed within that period is barred as to the estate which is inventoried within that period. Claims must be filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court, Knox County .Courthouse, Galesburg, Illinois, and copies mailed or delivered to the Executor and to said attorneys. Dated AprU 3, 1973. ROLLAND C. WISE Clerk of the Circuit Court Knox County, Illhiois 4/7,14.21 3T Message Pretflnfcd Tht CLAIM NOTICE In the Circuit Court for The Judicial Circuit, Kno* Ninth GALESBU RG lesburg CABLE TELEVISION i$ Local sion Local PpopI 1 istgf-Moil Golcsburg, 111. Soturday, Apr i 121,1973

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