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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 20

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, May 17, 1973
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f0 Gofesbuna Rcaister-Moii, Golesburo, IH. Thureday, May 17, 1973 Manse Opening: Duke h Honored By United Press International SANDS POINT, N.Y. (UPI) — Charles A. Lindbergh revisited the 28-room mansion K ednesday where he wrote his ok, "We," in July, 1927, two ftiontns after his historic goto flight from New York to Paris. About People The occasion was the formal announcement of the opening of the 80-acre estate of the late Harry S. Guggenheim to the public. Guggenheim, a finan cier, publisher and scion of copper millions, deeded the estate to Nassau County upon his death in 1971. Lindbergh and his wife, Anne, made a 20-minute tour of the Normandy-style home where they had been the guests of Guggenheim during the late 1920s and 1930s. Following the kidnap-slaying of their infant son, the Lindberghs stayed for several months at the Guggenheim home. NEW YORK (UPI) - Edward "Duke" Ellington received an honorary doctor of music degree from Columbia University Wednesday. Shortly after, the composer-pianist sat down and played a medley of some of his famous hits. "I think this is it," Ellington said. "This is the plateau of civilization." ' The university cited him for being "a major influence upon generations of composers and musicians." PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Mayor Frank L. Rizzo is still in the market for a new house, even though' contractors have been building a $140,000 home for him since last year. The mayor said Wednesday he was going to sell the home, \ Gold Price Sinks, Dollar Regains Value LONDON (UPI) - The price of gold sank again today in London and the dollar regained more of its lost value. At the opening of the London geld, market, the world's biggest, the yellow metal sold at an average of $104 ah ounce $1 drop from the price at the close of business Wednesday. In the foreign exchange market, the dollar showed more strength against the British pound with an opening price of $2.5375. At one point Tuesday it took. $2.57 to buy a pound. Markets were still cooling off from the gold fever that sent prices soaring to historic highs Monday and Tuesday and gave the dollar a beating—by mak* ing it more expensive to buy foreign currencies. The price today was $10 lower than its highest peak in London and $20.12 lower than the price reached in Paris this week. But it was still more than twice-the official U.S. price of $42.22 an ounce. However, dealers said the great gold rush could resume and that the dollar Was still not in the clear. "Nothing is certain," a London dealer said Wednesday. "It is difficult to know which way things will move. It could be quieter, but..." Charles Lindbergh which stands on the highest point in the city, before his family had a chance to move into it. Rizzo said he and his wife, Oarmella, were "heartsick" over abandoning plans for the house but were forced to VACATION SPECIAL AUTO LOAN No installment payments for 90 days! Finance charges apply from date of issue. We want you to have fun this summer! Hrst National Firtf Cilctknr* National Bank A Trurt / Established 1863 / Member F.D.l.C. because construction costs had climbed by another $70,000. SAN DIEGO, Calif. (UPI) Capt. Robin L. Quigley, 43, took command Wednesday of the San Diego Navy Service School, the largest command ever given a woman Navy officer. Berwick Soldier Visits on Leave BERWICK- PFC Donnie Tofflinger, who is stationed with the U.S. Army in South Carolina, recently spent several days with his wife, Teresa, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Penn. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Eaton went to Des Moines, Iowa, May 7. Rev. and Mrs. Darrell Hendrickson, Villa Park, recently spent several days at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Parkins. Mr. and Mrs. Claire Walker spent last weekend at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Troop, Rochester. Duke Ellington The center trains 30,000 sailors a year. The officer introducing her to a gathering of subordinates, by a slip of the tongue, called her Oapt. Robert Quigley. "I think they can tell I'm not a Robert," she said. Elevator Falls OAKLAND, Calif. (UPI) "It was a hell of a ride," said unflappable, bank messenger Russell Baker. Then Baker shrugged and walked away, apparently unharmed, from a City Hall elevator which dropped four stories, hit bottom and then bounced back to the first floor Wednesday. NOTICE We would like to express our Thanks for all the letters, cards & gifts and all those attending our 50th Wedding Anniversary reception. We appreciate all the good wishes. A Special Thanks to our children. Portia and Howard Davis 16" CONVttTttl* SftfWAlK ItCYCU With MMOVAM TMMIft WHIM • •IRMCT to* THAT FIRST IIKl • FULL ItNfJtH CHAIN GUAM • ADJU1TAILI lUCKtrilAT CONVENT! |i FROM IOYI If •Ik! 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