Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 10, 1973 · Page 19
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 19

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, May 10, 1973
Page 19
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New York Police Capture Chicken NEW YORK (UPI) - The desk officer at Central Communications was flabbergasted Wednesday when two police officers radioed that they had a "female chicken' in their patrol car, "Will you repeat the message," said the incredulous officer. Patrolmen Roland Hepburn and Gerald Cuozzo replied they Indeed had a chicken in their cruiser and brought it around to the local precinct. The errant fowl was turned over to the ASPCA. ' Sat Tht New Royal HAND-VAC With the Roller Brush NOW IN STOCK! PHNOM PENH (UPI) Military sources said today the Communists shifted the brunt of their offensive Wednesday from Phnom Penh to northern Cambodia, but fierce fightfng both north and south of the capital claimed heavy casualties. The sources said U.S. jet fighter-bombers flying through monsoon clouds in some areas flew more missions in the country Wednesday. American warplanes have been flying support for ground troops daily for.inore than two months in Cambodia, the only Indochina country with no formal truce. Military sources said the new rebel thrust was centered along two major roads, Highways 5 and 7 north of Phnom Penh. The Cambodian command said 15 government troops were killed in a Communist shelling attack about nine miles south of Phnom Penh near the market town of Takhmau. There were no reports of Communist casualties. Command spokesmen also said 11 Cambodian soldiers died and 18 were wounded in two night rebel attacks on government positions south of Tuk Laak on Highway 5 about 32 miles northwest of Phnom Penh. Military sources said the government defenders regrouped and fought back with 105mm howitzers, killing or wounding, 50 of the attackers. Sources also said at least 17 Cambodian troops were wounded Wednesday when a propelled Wednesday when a propel- Golesburg ftegister-Mdil, Golesburg, Til; Thursday, May 10> 1973 19 in Cambodia Fight OF ELECTRIC « ."1 I MAIN New Water Purifying Method Developed ler - driven government T28 bomber mistakenly struck a government position about two miles south of the besieged provincial capital of Takeo, 55 miles south of Phnom Penh. Takeo has been surrounded by rebel troops for months. Military spokesmen also reported two. Communist attacks on government positions around Kampot, 93 miles southwest of Phnom Penh near the fallen town of Kep. Spokesmen said government troops repulsed both drives but ho casualty figures were available. As part of the Communist drive, the military sources said, Communist troops Wednesday infiltrated a string of villages near the provincial capital of Kompong Cham, 78 miles northeast of Phnom Penh. As recently as last week, U.S. warplanes were bombing Communist positions only two miles from Phnom Penh across the Mekong River. The closest fighting to the capital reported Wednesday was 19 miles west of the capital around Talek. No details of this fighting were announced. Kilkenny Released CLEVELAND (UPI) - The Cleveland Indians released left­ hander Mike Kilkenny on waivers Wednesday. Kilkenny, Who had an ERA of 22.50 in five games, will be sent to Oklahoma City If no other major league club picks him up. SYDNEY (UPI) - An Australian scientist today an* nounced development of a new way of purifying water. George Cullen, manager of the metallury department at Melbourne University, said research workers discovered the process—which uses a brown coal "sponge" to remove bacteria from water polluted by sewage. Tests on a Melbourne river, he said, showed that pollution Free (hecks... Fully Personalized Free Checking. This Package Available Only At The Bank of Galesburg. "The Bank That Leads The Way" Bank of Galesburg MEMBER F.D.I.C. MAIN & KELLOGG PH. 343-4141 rated 200 times above the safe swimming limit was reduced by 99.9 per cent in two hours. Cullen said in a statement the coal also could be used to treat industrial chemical solutions and waste. "Research has shown that bacteria is easily absorbed by brown coal char," he said. After absorption, Cullen said, the bacteria can be destroyed by heating the char, which can then be re-used. He said the method was considerably cheaper than the standard method used today. Soviet Engineers Trained in U. S. BETHPAGE, N.Y. (UPI) Three Soviet space engineers are being trained at Grumman Aerospace Corp. in preparation for joint Apollo-Soyuz space flights in July 1975. The Russian men, who were not identified, are undergoing a two-week training course in the use of Grumman-made radio communication equipment which will be installed in the Soyuz spacecraft, a 'company spokesman announced Wednesday. 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