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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 12

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12 (folesbura..R(gfll»t0r*Moil # , <^ljjj>Mrfl*JII-.:. - Friday, May 11, 1973 Communists Pull Off Raids Near Cambodia's Capital J »HNOM PENH Cgnmimist forces wjat military sources called "ferfectly coordinated raids" Thursday less than five miles fr&m Phnom Penh, killing 18 CJmbodian troops in hand-to- h%\d combat at two government posts. foe sources said the attack- eft included both Viet Cong and N8rth Vietnamese commandos. least 50 more troops were reported missing and six men weunded in attacks on government outposts at Prek Taley aitd Sophan Bal around two badges' along Highway 2, the sources said. ft'he Communists withdrew atj dlwn and field reports said the (UPI) —government troops reoccupied struck in the outposts. Survivors of the attack said they could hear Vietnamese coordinating the raid on radios Some of the troops were slain by bayonets after their hands were tied behind their backs, survivors said, and at one outpost blood stains on a bullet- pocked wall indicated some victims were executed by a firing squad. Some survivors said the Communists beat some defenders to death with rifle butts in the fierce fighting. Neither of the bridges in the area was blown up. One was mined, sources said, but was only slightly damaged. Field commanders estimated the size of the Communist force at about 250 men. they slipped into the two government positions under a barrage ol mortar fire and rocket-propelled grenades, commanding officers said. Among the dead, they said was the officer in charge of the two camps. U.S. warplanes again carried out heavy bombing strikes in southern Cambodia, hitting targets northwest of the capital along Highway 5 and south of Phnom Penh until heavy rains late in the day cut short bombing runs near the capital. Military sources said the raids included strikes by swing' wing Fill fighters and strafing missions by Spectre gunships. Hawaii 'RockFever 9 Real By RUTH YOUNGBLOOD HONOLULU (UPI) - Young newcomers to Hawaii, seeking a« paradise without problems, oflen find "rock fever" instead. They come with their knapsacks, one-way plane tickets and dreams of a lush island with food dropping from the cotonut palms and maidens beckoning from the beaches. When their fantasies are shattered by the hard facts of a cqmpetitive economy, it's back to* the mainland they were so anxious to leave. In Hawaii, the disillusionment th £t often tackles new residents, particularly the young, is called. "rocky- fever." Psychiatrists also rtfer to it as the "banana and coconut syndrome." Or."'•'John- McDermott, the chairman of the psychiatry department at the University of Hawaii's School of Medicine, has found that "rock fever" is no joke. It has actually driven many to the psychiatrist's couch. "Rock fever is a local phrase for people who can't stand being in Hawaii very long, a person who has a great deal of difficulty living with boundaries," he said. "On the mainland one only has to jump into his car to go from one state to another. In Hawaii you go until the ocean But McDermott explained that the superficial symptoms usually reflect a person "who is seeking an easy escape from his problems. "Many of the young people coming to live in Hawaii today are lured by the fantasy of a that Hawaii is a land where coconuts fall to the hungry. When they find out that practically nothing is free and that their longed for paradise has pollution, a bursting population and severe big city problems, rock fever sets in. "The newcomer becomes disillusioned, disappointed and depressed," McDermott said, j This is,frequently reflected in a dislike for the smallness of the Island of Oahu, which can be driven around in four hours, or a fear of being on a place in the middle of the ocean. Water-Skiing Grandmother Is Picked National Mom of Year •iiiiiii'iiP"'" 1 " liiif ^ i. ism Ohio Tornado Bank Robber Blown To Bits Carried Duffle of Dynamite Now You Know... By United Press International The incluson of "Peeping Tom" in the legend of Lady A r, Godiva as she rode nude land with no problems and no Coventr y in protest of worries" he wid. "Theylhmk^ ^xej on the everything comes easy nere, cULienrVf neVcr &ppeaiti in print until some 600 years after the incident—which most historians say never occurred in the first place. Aerial view of a trailer park shows the result tag at least four persons and injuring 100. of a tornado that swept through the south- UNIPAX eastern edge t>f Willard, Ohio, last night kill- ThirtyTornadoes Hit Ohio, Four Persons Are Killed DEltVEft (UPI) - Ruth % Nelson, W, says motherhood is an affair of the heart. ''What's important is to be a mother of the heart, not just a mother of (he flash. Education of the heart is much more important than education of the head." Mrs. Nelson, a water-skiing grandmother of 16 children,! was named National Mother of the Year Thursday. She was awarded the honor by the American Mothers Committee, Inc., of New York. "There is something we need to be really aware of in today's world," she said. "That is that the Christian values of the home need to be emphasized. Everything begins in the home." Mrs. Nelson and her husband, Pastor Clarence Nelson, a Lutheran minister, have been married for 40 years. They raised four children of their own and three foster children. The seven children, now adults, all were raised while the Nelsons were stationed with Lutheran churches for 25 years in Washington, Saudi Arabia, Geneva and Chicago. The couple moved to Minnesota four years ago and now live in Minneapolis. Mrs. Nelson, the author of six books on how to apply religion to everyday life, is not interested in women's liberation but she believes "young people are great." -KENORA, Ont. (UPI) - A robber who said he carried a detonator in his mouth and a duffle bag full of dynamite was blown apart by an explosion Thursday when he walked out of! a bank. ^Witnesses said police were scooting at the man at the time o£ the blast at the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. It was not clear if the robber set off the explosion himself or it was caused by police bullets. fThe force of the blast tore the unidentified man apart, blew out windows in the bank and nearby stores and scattered i hOldup loot across the street. I The bank manager said the man, who appeared to be about 50 years old and was very "soft-spoken," entered the bank about five minutes before it was to close for the day. "He held a pistol and told me he had six sticks of dynamite and gasoline in a duffle bag he carried," said the manager, AI Reid, who was held hostage for an hour. "He said he would burn the place down if I didn' clear people out." The manager said the robber had called the clothespin-like device he held in his mouth a "dead-man's" switch. He's Practicing STOKE-ON-TRENT, England (UPI) - Ken Brown, 25, failed his driving test Thursday for driving too slow. Then he explained: He did not exceed 30 m.p.h. because he is an undertaker's assistant and was practicing to drive in funeral corteges. He will take the test again. By United Press International Tornadoes ripped Ohio, Tennessee, Missouri and Kentucky late Thursday night causing death, injuries and property damage. More than 30 tornadoes hit Ohio. Big Bank Mistake CROYDON, England (UPI) — A bankruptcy court was told Thursday a bank computer mistakenly credited $15,000 to the account of a man who made a $15 deposit. Witnesses said the man spent all the money, left his home and was believed in West Africa now. Kansas has elected 24 Republicans and only four Democrats to the U. S. Senate in its 112 years of statehood. READ THE WANT ADS! At least four persons were killed in the North Central Ohio community of Willard. Another 150 persons were injured and at least 10 persons were reported missing, Injuries, missing persons and extensive damage were reported in three other Ohio towns: Benton, Belleville, and Savannah, where National Guard troops were called in to prevent looting. Two tornadoes were reported in Kentucky and Tennessee, and another in the Missouri Bootheel. Three-inch hail accompanied by 66 mile per hour winds pounded Missouri and southern Illinois. "All it is is debris. That's all," said Huron County Sheriff John Borgia in the aftermath of the tornado that struck Willard. "Things are just scattered everywhere you can believe. Phones out. Hundreds of cars are torn into shreds." Early today thunderstorm activity was concentrated in the Northeast, although some activity remained in Tennessee and the Carolinas. Other showers and a few thundershowers were scattered from the northern Rockies to the Central Plains and over the Upper Mississippi Valley. 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