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-.it Mr Kissinger Speech Received With Interest in Europe Golesburg Register-^Moil, Golesburg, III. Tuesday, April 24, 1973 1^. LONDON (UPl) - Df. Henry A. Kissinger's outline of a new Atlantic Charter was received with extraordinary interest today on both sides of the Iron Curtain, and Britain called it "an important speech with a constructive intent." Most European governments chose to study the speech and its implications before reacting formally, but diplomatic quarters reflected expectations of a new era in transatlantic relations—for better or for worse. Kissinger's plea for partner­ ship wds made Monday in his address to the annual meeting of The Associated Press in New York. Western diplomats said the plan was an indication of the continued American desire to stand by and cooperate closely with Western Europe. A spokesman for the European Common Market in Brussels said the speech shows that President Nixon's preoccupation with Vietnam has ended and that "we have now entered a concrete 'Year of Europe.' " Communist diplomats saw it as a blow to their hopes for a loosening of ties between the United States and European allies that eventually would lead to a gradual American withdrawal from the continent altogether. Nixon will be visiting Europe in the autumn, and diplomats said his visit is assuming considerable greater importance in the light of his new Atlantic concept. Europeans realize that what ever the new relationship with America will be under the projected charter, they will have to contribute a considerable share to defense as well as in terms of trading facilities. In London the Foreign Office issued a statement formally welcoming the idea of a new Atlantic Charter. "This is clearly an important speech with a constructive intent which we shall study closely with our allies," the statement said. Michigan 'Bubble' Town Deserted After 10 More Families Evacuated WILLIAMSBURG, Mich. (UPI) — This community was a virtual ghost town today after 10 more families were forced to leave because of the discovery of a new natural gas crater containing high concentrations of the volatile substance. "The density was so great the gas was visible,'' said Grand Traverse County Sheriff Richard Weiler after viewing the new blowhole. Drilling operations continued in an effort to relieve gas pressure which has caused more than 100 geyser-like eruptions in this tiny northern Michigan resort area. The latest exodus Monday brought to 60 the number of families evaluated since the bubbling mud and gas - filled craters began spouting six days ago. Amoco Productions, a subsidiary of Standard Oil of Indiana, completed its first shallow relief well at 400 feet Monday afternoon, but reported finding neither water nor gas. The well was drilled east of Williamsburg, and was one of a series planned by the company to find the gas formation which would ease the pressure-packed earth under the town. The gas was believed to be escaping from an Amoco well drilled four miles south of here, although the company is steadfastly refusing to accept blame pending further study. Amoco officials did reveal for the first time Monday, however, their well caved in at the 4,200-foot level three days before the eruptions began last Wednesday. They said the caver in resulted in the need for special equipment to bring the gas in the well under control, but it did not arrive until Sunday. About 250 state and local officials remained in the area to keep people out, watch for possible fires and protect abandoned homes. Most of the town's residents, who haven't been allowed to return to their homes because of the danger, were staying with friends and relatives in the area or were temporarily housed in summer resort cabins. Senators Meet Brezhnev, See Trade MOSCOW (UPI) - Seven U.S. Senators met Soviet Communist party chief Leonid I. Brezhnev and after 3% hours of talks Monday said that they were encouraged by prospects for increasied Soviet-American trade. ' The seven member delegation also reported receiving new assurances from the Kremlin leader that Soviet emmigration taxes on Jews had been suspended. The senators said Brezhnev, v/ho is scheduled to visit Washington in June, made a strong appeal for the United States and the Soviet Union to turn away from arms competition and cooperate more closely. "Mr. Brezhnev talked about how we have both built up armaments since World War II, White- (Continued From Page 1) Dean, who has been widely mentioned as having had advance knowledge of the Watergate, on Sunday to reassure him that he still was White House legal counsel. In other Watergate' developments: —The Baltimore Sun said McCord was considering filing a multimillion dollar suit naming White House chief of staff H.R. Haldeman, Dean and former Attorney General John N. Mitchell, among others, accusing them of violating his civil rights foy involving him in wrongdoing on the pretext hei ^.^ j o HTIU was working on behalf of the' ^.^-^ ^^l^h^rd S. Wilbur, T,-..-- iassistant defense secretary for health, reported the statistic and now have the possibility of destroying each other several times over," said Sen. J. Glenn Beall Jr. R-Md. "He asked why shouldn't we now convince our peoples, despite differences of ideology that probably always will remain, to worH together," he said. "That's pretty impressive stuff when you hear it from the horse's mouth." The senators said they held detailed talks with Brezhnev about an amendment submitted by Sen. Henry Jackson, D- Wash., that would block most- favored-nation trade status to the Soviets unless they remove all restrictions on emigration. Most-favored-nation status grants a country tariff treatment equal to the most favorable given to a United States trading partner. The legislators said Brezhnev repeated assurances he gave President Nixon last week that a so-called education tax on emigrants with higher education, which mainly affected Jews, has been suspended. But they declined to say more until they report to the President. Sen. Robert Griffin, R-Mich., the Senate minority whip, said he hoped "in light of these developments," that the Jackson Amendment would not be offered on the Senate floor. Sen. Vance Hartke, D-Ind., leader of the delegation, said he thought Brezhnev "is prepared to go practically an unlimited route" in developing trade with the United States. Others attending the meeting were Sens. Howard Cannon, D- Nev., Frank Moss, D-Utah, James Pearson, R-Kan. and Howard Baker, R-Tenn. GilUburC, 111. Classified Advertising Dial 343-7181 OFrtCE HOURS: Monday through Friday— 8 A.M.-1;30 P.M. Saturday „—8 A.M.-3 P.M. TRANSIENT CASH RATE Words 7-day8 •*# A»ti 4*day8 1-day 1-20 1 S.21 3.78 1 1.90 21-25 1 6.13 4.20 1 1.68 26-30 1 6.76 4.49 1 1.82 31-35 i 7.84 8.24 1 2.13 BUnd Ad Charge— 50c INDEX Card ot ThanRt — --J Bunding Lots v.«2 Aviation - - '5A Apamfents—"Furhlsiu^^^ Apartments—Unfurnished — 54 Autos—Sport, Foreign 77 Autos-New — -78 Autos—Used . Business Service .-- ,« Business opportunity — " Boats and Motors - - '0 Child Care —12 Coins — stamps — Mlsc 31 COUNTRY CCSRNER- Farm - Miscellaneous 40 Farms and Acreages—Rent -—41 Farms and Acreage*—Sale 42 Pasture for Rent --— « Farm Implements,- Servlc«s..44 Feed - Seed -^FertlllEeri 48 Poultry and Supplies —46 Livestocit and Supplies — 47 Auctions...- ™ Commercial Property -- —59 Construction Equipment — 75 Employment Wanted 14 Garages .- 59 GoocT Things to.Eat 21 Help Wanted—Male, 11 Help Wanted—Female^—---.^-12 Help Wanted—Male, Femkle —13 Household Goods 26 Home Improvement - 25 Houses for Bent 55 In Memoriam - ,» Instruction J; Insurance 20 Investments - 18 Lawn and Garden Needs — S4 l«st and Found 6 Moving — Storage 8 Money to Loan—Wanted 1» Musical 1 12 Mobile Homes for Rent 56 Mobile Home Spaces 87 Miscellaneous _—--.— 30 Mobile Homes for Sale - - 66 Motorcycles - Bicycles -74 New Houses for Sale -62A Notices - Lodge 3 Notices - OUier — - 4 Notices - Special - Personal 8 Office Space - —50 Photography 29 Pets and Supplies —-— 33 Property Management 18 Rooms iter Renf.— 31 Resorts and Cottages 61 Room and Board 82 Real Estate for Sale -63 Real EsUte Wanted -- 64 Real EsUte—Out of Town 65 Sporting Goods 71 Transportation w— 7- »s Trailers - Campers - Equip. —.72 Tires - Accessories - Parts . 73 Trucks - Truck Trailers —76 TV - Radio - Stereo --27 Wanted to Buy - Misc. 38 Wanted to Rent 58 In Memoriam—2 Indians Arrested, Charged With Assaulting Officers PINE RIDGE, S.D. (UPI) A federal official said today eight members of a "third force" Indian roadblock outside t h e government's perimeter around Wounded Knee were arrested Monday night for assaulting federal officers. Vet Drug Users Only Small Part 01 Initial Bateh WASHINGTON (UPI) - Only 7.2 per cent of former servicemen who were identified as drug users in Vietnam still have the habit, the chief of the Pentagon's drug control program reports. White House. —The Washington Star-News quoted presidential assistant John D. Ehrlichman as saying Monday and confessed it surprised him. "In medical school and over lie recommended last summer jt^e subsequent years in private to tlio Nixon re-election organization that "the fullest disclosure about Watergate" be made. Clark MacGregor, the campaign director, in a separate interview with the newspaper said Ehrlichman may have been "talking with some anxiety about Watergate" with some persons "but that concern was never communicated to me." —The Washington Post said federal prosecutors had decided to subpoena Mitchell's wife, Martha, to testify before grand jury. practice, I was taught that anyone who ever tried heroin was instantly, totally and perpetually hooked," he said. He said this view had been shown to be a myth. Wilbur cited results of a $400,000 study of returned GIs made for the government by Washington University of St. Louis, Mo., which involved interviews with 495 veterans identified as drug users while in Vietnam and a control group of 470 randomly selected the I veterans. The men interviewed finished their Vietnam service Richard Hellstern, a deputy assistant attorney general and chief negotiator, said the arrests came after the Indians barred the passage of Community Relations Service (CRS) workers of the Justice Department through the roadblocks. "The roadblocks no longer exist," Hellstern said. "They were interferring with federal access, suddenly backing off their commitment to allow CRS people to pass through — a problem we thought had been straightened out." He said Wayne Colburn, director of the U.S. marshal's service, and two of his men went to the roadblock to discuss the halting of CSR workers. He said there were "no fisticuffs or firing," but the discussion became "so belligerent and rough that we decided to file assault charges against them." The eight Indians were taken Company Wins Army Contract For Computers WASHINGTON (UPI) Sperry-Rand Corp. has won a $30 million contract to supply 14 data processing systems for the Army Personnel Center at Alexandria, Va., the lease for the computers to run through 1980. The General Services Administration will have the option to buy the equipment after the first year, which reduces the over-all amount of the con- to Rapid City, S.D., where they will be arraigned, Hellstern said. Dick Wilson, chairman of the Oglala Sioux, said he has called on "all able-bodied Oglala Sioux" to head toward Pine Ridge with their rifles today in order to establish another roadblock at the same site. Hellstern said Wilson and his supporters would not be allowed to establish another roadblock. "We've taken a lot of abuse from everybody around here and it's time it's stopped," Hellstern said. The Indians who established the roadblock contended they were original residents of Wounded Knee and were protesting the government's failure to end the armed confrontation that began on Feb. 27. SMITH, Mrs. Ernest C. — In loving memory of our wife, mother and grandmother who passed away three years ago, April 24, 1970. SofUy the stars are gleaming Upon a precious grave. Where sleepeth without dreaming One we loved but couldn't save. She bid no one a last farewell, She said goodbye to none, Her loving heart had ceased to beat Before we knew she had gone. Husband, Ernest C. Daughter Rosemary Johnson Grandson. Larry Johnson Notices * Special • Personal—S WEf SHOES, ONCE DRIED can be softenM with warm water and rubbing glycerin or castor oil on them. Save time and money, shop the Classified Ads often. Phone 343-7181. LEG CRAMPS — Don't lose sleep at night with leg cramps. Get quick relief with CALPLUS Capsules. CALPLUS is available on a money back guarantee at your pharmacy. fiasiness Service—7 QUALITY GARAGES Competitive prices. If you're considering a garage, consider us. Built to .vour specification or use our standard plan. Bloyd & Jones Builders, 342-3074; 3427191. Help Wanteil • Mile-^11 DRINKING PROBLEM? Want t6 do something about it? Let us help you help yourself. Phone 342-2179, 24 hours. Confidential Lost and Found—6 LADY'S black leather wallet lost Saturday, April 21, vicinity Community Bank, 1,380 N. Henderson or A & P parking lot. Small reward. Call 342-8355 or 1063 Frank St. DOG LOST: Male Irish Setter Northwest of Galesburg. Call 3434926. WHITE male poodle lost around 2nd and Seminary Sts. Name— Harry. Reward. Call ,343-0829. MAN'S brown leather wallet lost in vicinity of Grand Honda Sales. Reward. 1494 Mulberry, 342-5530. GIRLS Galesburg High School class ring lost. IniUals D.P. 1973. ~ ward. 342-0743. Re- Bnslness Service—7 GARDEN plowing, lawn grading, endloader work. Phone 343-3946. GARDEN TILLING Jim Kohtz, 342-0446 WOMAN Painter — 12 year A Art Student. Neat and efficient. Interior — some exterior. Removing paint, washing walls, varnishing, patching. $2.50 hr. Excellent references, 343-2796. GARDEN TILLING BlU Swank — 342-5684 HOUSE painting — interior and exterior. Free estimate. Call after 5 :30 P.M. Phone 462-3986. GARDEN TILLING — Rolling, aerating, powerr aklng and fertilizing. England Lawn & Garden Service. Phone 343-7049. SAVE NOW Roofing — New and Repairs LAST YEAR'S PRICES On Chimneys - Foundations Free Estimates G. A. Simpson, 343-0437 DYKE'S TYPEWRITER SERVICE, cleaning and repair. 1571 Beecher Ave. 342-6603. Free pickup. GARDEN TILLING Mac's Excavating. Phone 343-3382. CLEAN TYPEWRITER KEYS fast by applying adhesive tape. Press hard on each letter . . . then lift tape. Turn idle items into cash fast with a Classified Ad. Phone 343-7181. BUILDING, remodeling and all types of home repair. Phone 3433946. LAWN ROLLING E. J. MARTIN-342-0521 CARPET CLEANING. Dirt Is actually extracted, not Just surface cleaned with clean, clear soft water steam. No long drying period. Ron's Steamllner, 342- THE CLASSIFIED NUMBER 343-7181 WHITE ROCK DRIVEWAY SERVICE E. J. MARTIN-342-0521 ORDER NOW FOR SPRING Seamless Gutter Aluminum & Galvanized White Painted Old Gutter cleaned and repaired. Home Owned Machine. FREE ESTIMATE D. J. BUSSE Phone 342-6863 HOME Improvement, any type. Basement waterproofing, carpenter work, roofing, guttering, and painting. Work guaranteed. Free estimates. 343-9563. REPAIR and Remodeling contractor. Siding, carpentry, cement work, tucking, basement waterproofing, roofing, guttering, painting. Free estimates. Work guaranteed. Albert Briggs, 3421941, 342-.3426. CITYWIDE RUBBISH REMOVAL We furnish metal containers for apts., business offices, stores and factories. 1 cubic yard thru SO cubic yard sizes. We rent flatbed trucks or containers for one stop spring cleanup, remodeling or Honey Do special projects. Call low bidder Bill. 3421134. 24 years of experiences. Moving • Storage—8 STORAGE SPACE AVAILABLE NOW! Puckett Moving & Storage Grand and Penna.—343-9149 Child Care-10 BABYSITTER willing to take responsibility Friday thru Sunday. Middle-aged or older. References. 342-5389. NEED babysitter, part time, in my home. Phone 343-6962. BABYSITTER wanted for 4 yr. old boy, .3rd shift from 12 A.M. - 8 A.M. Wednesday through Sunday in my home. Must be 21. Phone 342-7220. WANTED:, Live in Babysitter for one year old child. Must like children, be of good character and references. Call 289-2443 between 8 A.M. and 10 A.M. STORY BOOK CHILD CARE CENTER 369 N. KELLOGG — 342-3060 Open 6:30 weekly — Saturday 7:30. Ages 2 to 6. Help Wanted-Male-ll CONSTRUCTION men wanted. Pole barn type buildings. Experience helpful but not necessary. Year round employment. Company paid insurance and holidays. Apply in person, Wickes Bldgs., Highway 41 South. JOURNEYMAN Experienced in all phases of maintenance work, strong electrically. ATTRACTIVE SALARY Excellent fringe benefits, steady employment. Send summary in confidence to Max Hasbrouck or contact Iowa Industries, Inc. (Champion Spark Plug Co.) Box 306, Burlington, la. 52601. An equal opportunity employer. DISHWASHER — Janitor. Nights. 6 P.M. to 2 A.M. Apply Beserra's Taco House. HONDA MECHANIC Volume dealer needs mechanic/ service manager combination. Excellent program and fringe benefits. Established dealer. Year 'round work. Call collect for interview, Harry Stein, Peoria, 692-3200. WANTED: Driver salesman fdf: Pepsi Cola Route. 52 weeks p«r, year, no layoffs. Good opportunity for man willing to work. Paid insurance, holidays and vacation. Age 23 to 40. High school or equivalent. Inquire in person G&M Distributors, " Kellogg. _ I'M STILL Inc., 343 S. LOOKING for a Management Trainee for a local giant in the finance field. This company offers a solid future to a person who Is willing to learn. Start low but salary and prestige potential are great. |6,000 or better to start. Call Rich, 342-1112, Wlttle, Pryor & Smith Peraonnel. 98% of Market Unsold! We want 10 salesmen in Galesburg area to sell home security systems. Full or part time. Earn $200 to $300 per week. Ideal for policemen, teachers, Insurance men, etc. Training program. Call collect Mr. Steward at 309-674-7618 MARRIED man for year around work on grain and livestock farm. Must be experienced. References. Marvin Setterdahl, Rio, III. 872-2775. PRODUCTION FOREMAN 1. Must have 2 years experience in metal fabrication or woodworking. 2. Day shift, 7 to 3:30 p.m. 3. Salary position with excellent fringe benefits. Apply Personnel Office ROWE MFG. CO. High School Student 18 Years old, immediate openings for production work. Second shift. 3:30 to 11:30 P.M. Apply personnel office, Rowe Mfg. Co. SALES — EXECUTIVE TYPE Ideal quaUflcatlons, chUdren, own home, five years in area, college graduate, outside sales, earning over S7,500 a year. How do you measure up? Starting salary plus plan to pay substantial extra income as earned. Two-year professional training program. Rapid advancement for industrious, ambitious individual. Lifetime Income after 20 years. Family group benefits. Write Box 817, care Galesburg Register-Mall. An Equal Opportunity Employer—M&F. WANTED: Experienced livestock trailer driver, if not experienced need not apply. See CecU Miller, Alexis or caU 482-3919. SELL test equipment to engineers. Will train person •with •?«»«. college, «9,000. CaU.Jlm Scattergood 342-1112, Wlttle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. , LOCAL manufacturer of l"ge oM highway equipment has openings for experienced Mig and flux core WELDERS and TURRET ^o^nTA«"3»« ^•^^ ^'X^isS CORP. Illinois St. Brlmfield, 111. . APPUANCE serviceman wanted. Krlence not neceMary. Must be eager ^ le""-?.'. ^"wrlS? ISx retirement benefits. Write BOX 824. care Galesburg Register-Mail. (Continued on Page 20) Help Wantetf - Male, FemaIe-13Help Wanted - Male, Female-lSHelp Wanted • Male, Female-13 Help Wanted • Male, Female~13 J. I. CASE GO. Fishermen Snag VIoney Bundle . KELSO, Wasli. (UPI) - Two teen-aged fisliermen snagged a counterfeit wliopper at tlie moutli of tlie Coweeman River. Jim and Jeff Jolinson, 15 and 16, pulled up a bundle containing 37 copper plates for printing bogus bills, mostly $100. Tiiey turned them over to tiie Secret Service, wliicii said tiiey were probably several years oVd since most counterfeiters now used litliograpiiy instead of I copper plates. —McCord, only one of the in September 1971, which was seven Watergate defendants, believed to be the high point of j tract substantially. free on bond, was given;the Vietnam drug epidemic. permission by Judge John J. Wilbur said he believed the, LAWRENCE, Kan. - Her- -pw . ci^:«« Sirica to take a three-day,study siiowed only from 2,000 tojcules, Inc., has obtained an $8.9 A^eieCIIVCS ^eii>G family vacation at Ocean City, 3,000 former GIs were still on million contract to modernize W,.^„jy Pot Plant Md., but was denied permission:drugs at the present time. part of the Sunflower ammu- " » "WJ^ JTOl I Ictni to go to London for a television! "This is a far cry from somelnition plant in Lawrence. HENFIELD, England (UPI) interview. of the more frightening esti-l !— The drug squad swung into —Federal court testimony;mates with guesses as high as BOSTON — American Ex-faction Monday after it received showed Glenn J. Sedam Jr., 200.000," Wilbur said. press Co. Chairman Howard lawyer for the Nixon campaign! But Wilbur said an estimatedjClarlc told the annual meeting organization, was told after the 35 per cent of the former Watergate arrests occurred last June not to do anything about it, and instead a Mitchell ally, servicemen who had been identified as drug users in Vietnam were unemployed- Robert C. Mardian, was made more than double the rate for ••project officer" tor the mat- the men who had not been on ter. ! drugs. Monday the company plans to redeem its $2.30 and $1.50 annual dividend convertible preferred stock next year. The shares can be converted into common any time before ,end of the year. a tip that someone was growing cannabis plants—rows and rows of them. Detectives raced to the Sussex Naturalist Trust headquarters. All they found was a 5-foot- theihigh plant icannabium. called eupatorium; Needs ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS Production Hochine Operators • CHUCKER LATHE • TURRET LATHE • HONES • MILLING MACHINES • SURFACE GRINDERS • RADIAL DRILLS IMMEDIATE OPENINGS On 2nd and 3rd SHIFTS for Operators on any of the Above Machines, Plus a number of Similar Machines. THESE JOBS OFFER TOP INCENTIVE EARNINGS (PLANT AVERAGE CURRENTLY $5.40 per hour) Excellent Vacation Plan Benefits Include: Paid Absence Allowance 12 Paid Holidays — Excellent Group Insurance and Retirement Benefits. Will Be Interviewing in the GALESBURG SHERATON MOTOR INN Located on 1-74 at E. Main on MONDAY, APRIL 23 and TUESDAY, APRIL 24 IFrom Noon until 8 P.M. Ask at the Desk for: MR. R. S. LEONARD ^Sheraton Motor Inn AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

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