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May 2, 1973

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 30

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AlWood High School Play AlWood High School students rehearse for a production o! "Thq Music Man" tp be presented at the high school gym May 4 and 5 at 8 p.m. The production is being prewnt*! by the vocal music department at the school; ticket! will be available at the door, Galesbur isterMal!. Galesbur Wedntsda A CANBERRA (Uf »J) Prime Minister Gough Whltlam #n alii iwunoed today Will take legal action against France In the International Court of .Justice to block further nuclear Pacific. teats in the Whitlam told the House of Represents, wes that scientific reports established clearly that the French tests had contaminated the Australian environment with radioactive fallout. As a result, WhJtUm said, his government will Initiate legal action against France In the International Court at The Hague. M Theie reporta," WWtlam said, "establish clearly l !d 80U theast of Tahiti 8nd about conclusively that the testing of nuclear weapons In the Pacific by France has resulted in the fallout of radioactive material on Australia and the contamination of the Australian environment. "The the that reports establish people of Australia ma have been adversely affected, he said. "Therefore, we are initiating proceedings against France in the International Court of Justice." He did not say what specific action he would request. Thjf action cam* after a new furore over French plain to luot more nuclear teats at the Muroroa atoll, WO miles 2,200 miles from the Australian mainland at its closest point. Prime Minister Norman Kirk of New Zealand said last week he would order a navy vessel to sail into the test zone as a "last resort" if France did not halt its plans to conduct more tests. In Sydney, the national secretary of the seamen's Union said today th^re was now an effective nationwide ban on all French ships in protest against French nuclear tests. Most of tat Arctic's lands lose their covering of lea and anew in the summer, Temperatures can rise to as hi in some Places. llff-w W '-'4 ,*> ^ pit* - tmi •y* jar Doivn Under Doings American Nobel Prize winner Professor Linus Pauling hat announced in Sydney that he would be willing to testify against France in Australia's appeal against French nuclear testing. UNIFAX i Armed fa ttle PUEBLA, Mexico (UPI) Heavily armed students took three policemen hostage Tuesday, touching off a five-hour gunbattle that left three students dead and 20 other persons wounded. Police said six of the wounded were policemen, while others included innocejit bystanders. The students, holding a downtown university building, freed the three hwtpgeg Tuesday night after negotiating with police for the release of six students. But the students refused to end their occupation Students 9 9 lice Dead and continued to hold building today. The violence began ) 300 s in a buiMing of the Autonomous University of PueMa from joining a downtown May Day demonstration. The students fought police in the streets, overturning a police patrol car and taking the three the | when armed students took up positions on the roof and fired buUflts" into the ftneta befcw, touching oil the tettle that resulted in the deaths of the three students. efore set- lire. The policemen hostage ting the car on students then barricaded themselves in the university building. Police and army troops sealed off the downtown area Two of the dead students were taken from the roof by Red Cross workers after the shootout. A third student wounded in the demonstration died in a university hospital Tuesday night. State attorney general Ra; mundo Zamudio said he woi take court action against student leader; he called ^Instigators," Addict Cure Pain in Ear FRANCISCO new "cure" A for heroin and opium addiction: Stick a needle in your ear. The needle ip an acupuncture implement attached to an electric vibrator, wbjch produces a "sensation just below that of pain,' 1 when Stugk in the ear. Dr. Donald I Kubit* of 8m ^ Now You Know,. • By United Press International Chauvinism, a term now widely used tp denote excessive devotion to an idea, derives from the name of Nicolas Chauvin, a soldier in thp Napoleonic wars who indulged in exaggerated expressions of ultranationalism and loyalty to Napoleon. Francisco, who just returned from a trip to Hong Kong to see the treatment developed byPr, H. L. Wen, described the method and said it appeared successful qn 40 addicts, Kubltz, who is associated with a foundation doing medical and psychic research, said 10 heroin addicts and 30 opium addicts appeared to give up their eravings without withdrawal pains after five dflys frf treatment. The physician said the Hon metho AlWood Grad h Given Promotion QPHIEM Ander* Kong must under conditions, acupuncturist's fee researched further controlled Tl ut he added that he tried the vibrating needle in the ear treatment himself and it felt "apod." son of Mpline, whp wa» grad= uated from AlWood High School and the University of Jllinoli, has been promoted to international vice president of Eagle Division of Gulf Western Co, Archie Samuelson has pur- ghased a ISO-acre farm near here from R. D. Miller. Samuel- pon owned land adjacent Miller's. Out of Hospital NEW WINDSOR ~ Fred At ten returned heme April from Moline Public Hospital, wtyere he had been a patient \ three weeks following an automobile acqidept. • • 8 Next To Arby Open: Wt£ Thi"«. NeW* aw; Fri. Noon-8 aw; Sat. 9 am.5, fun. 10 am-3 pm THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL! (THURS,, FRI., SAT. ONLY) NEW YORK STRIP STEAK STEAKS Save ••una 1 ! Piecei NEW YORK STRIP STiAK $1.49 lb, 7 Per Box $7.45 SANDWICH $1,59 lb. • SIRLOIN TIP BUTT STEAKS _ $1-59 lb, • PEPMPriTIAKS _ $119Jb. ~$1.94 lb, 5 5 6 1 4 te 14 10 $7.95 24 "RIB EYE STEAKS 4 $7.34 ; PORflRHOUSE STIAKS ; T-BONllfiAKS $1.59 lb. 4 4 $6.36 $199 lb. $7.93 FILLET STEAKS $1.79 lb. 5 10 F - - * MARK ANTHONY CHOPPED SIRLOIN 1 - _ ~| • • ™^ Hamburger PeHie* $1.6 fib. $1.14 lb. 4 6 89c lb. 30 to 94 t • NEW YORK OLD MIHION ± SPICIAL * SPE6JAL OOPP THRU THURS., FRI., B*T. OW.iV STEAK FRANK! BREADID BREADIP PORK WIENIM Ordtr $(taks 1 PORK SAUIA0E PORK CHOPS ^ WIINIRS, OLD FASHIONIP FRANK!, POLISH SAUSAOE, ITALIAN SAUSAOE SUM, 20 Pel. $6,20 box 5 lbs. 20 Pci. $680 bo _____ 79c |b. _ 9 _ • F #IVttV p * . 4 * • M 7m * h • • 1 * - 4 W 4* h r' Greenhouse EVERY MAY Anothe r Truck Load Arrives 10th RE-JOYCE j m • m ^ RE-JOYCE rapefruit Sections 901 RE-JOYCE Green Lima Beans .... 303 RE-JOYCE Peas ____„__^„-„ = „--. v— w —303 F RE-JOYCE uit Juice --46 n T« RUOYCE Stuffed Olives .... #8 DEI. MONTE j Catsup . 14«. i MUSSELMAN Apple Butter -28 mi, KRAFT Bar-B-Q Sauce „ ,.n ^ ut- r^i. 12" Sirloin if Dubuque or Kom Top m. ONIONS Bun«h DISHES Cfllo MARS CANDY MftM, SNICKERS Cello MILKY WAY MARS THREE MUSKETEERS — i T ~ —LB. MOTHER DAY Redwood Buckets Jerry Pots ^ m ^/m^^/m ^4 ^/m^m^m^m^m^^ m ^ m ^ m beautiful Hanging Baskets Flowers, Rose Bushes. MEMORIAL DAY flowers Jerry largest selection wrea ths flowers plants artifi Waste r n Illinois COU PON Northern ToiUt Tissue Maxwell House Coffee TIDE Flaecy White Giant Oianf Paks With Coupon JERRY'S May 2 - 6 mmmm C «in With Coupon JERRY'S May % - 6 Coupofl JERRY'S May 2 With Coupon JERRY'S May 2 - 6 With Coupo JERRY'S May 2 • 6 mmmm m i mmmmi m mmmm i i

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