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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 18

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18 Oolesburg faflistefrMoil, Galesburg, HI. Friday, Moy 18, 1973 Electronic Device May Help Track 'Bigfoot' CARRICK LE AVITT SAN FftANCWOO (UPI) - Bigfott, the legendary ape-man who reportedly has been spotted from time to time in the Pacific Northwest for more than a century, should watch out tor ifm flying airplanes this sumHtter. 'gair of young adventurers JSan Jose claim they have ; perfected an infrared device ,„',thaV'monitors body heat and transmits an animal's image , onjo,^ tiny television screen, n They'll fly at low altitudes over the mountains with this scanning scope snooping away fromjhe side of their aircraft, and Flndley will radio their least ft Bigfoot hunters will m Biscardi, 24, and Gene 25. igfoot—also known as tch, Seeakwa or the able Snowman — is ng around down below houette will show up on een. it will be easy. Biscardi base camp, where a specialist in ESP and an expert tracker will be waiting, ready to move into action. The infrared machine really works, they say, much better than a somewhat similar device used by the military to ferret out enemies in jungles at night. Biscardi and Findley say their machine reads out the exact temperature of any animal it monitors and also indicates the general shape. Bigfoot walks upright, it is said, like a man. Biscardi has given \ip his sales job with a clothing manufacturer to devote himself to the hunt for Bigfoot. "It shouldn't take more than a couple of months," he said. "We've got everything going for us. Every angle covered." They have made a study and When the expedition begins on July 15 their task force of at 41 LOUIE'S LIQUORS S. Seminary Phont 342-4515 OPEN 8 A.M. TILL MIDNIGHT Imported —CUTTY SARK 5th $5.99 H.VY. DELUXE or OLD TAYLOR 5th $4.74 FOUR ROSES or *» ANTIQUE • 5th $3.79 CANADIAN MIST House of Stuart 5th $3.99 TBOCK BEER £6-12-Oz. NR si 99e OLD STYLE 12—12-Oz. Cans $2.09 DREWRYS 12—12-Oz. NR $1.79 PABST 14—12 -Oz. Cans KESSLER WHISKEY $3.49 FALSTAFF 24—12-Or. Cans $3.99 SEAGRAMS BENCH MARK BOURBON » h *4" ITALIAN IMPORTED ZONIN WINES All Flavors $198 iFifth 1 PABST or STAG 8 NR" $ 1 38 SEAGRAMS BENCH MARK BOURBON » h *4" ITALIAN IMPORTED ZONIN WINES All Flavors $198 iFifth 1 MICHELOB or ANDECKER 6 $ 1 69 Silver Label Glenmore BOURBON 5th $399 We Reserve the Right To Limit Quantities concentrate on the mountain with the most recent and plausible sightings. Already they have narrowed the search to three mountains, two in Washington and one in Northern California. "We can't be more specific," said Biscardi, "because 25,000 people will come if we publish the area. It'll be like a Bigfoot convention." The Bigfoot mystique began with Indian legends telling of hairy monsters roaming the North American Continent. ; A series of bizarre sightings from white men trickled in later, turning into a flood at times. A series of sightings was reported by miners camped around Mount St. Lawrence near Kelso, Wash,, in July, 1918. in 1924, another group of miners said they were attacked by giant ape-like creatures thundering down from Mount St. Helen, also in Washington. In 1M0, an American Indian family near Eraser River in British Columbia said a giant hairy ape stalked out of the woods and turned over massive barrel of salt fish in a shed. He left behind footprints 16 inches long and eight inches wide. More recently, road builder Jerry Crew told of sighting a huge creature in the Bluff Legal Question Q. After my first husband and t were divorced, I received title to our house and owned it when I married. My new husband helped with the mortgage payments, insurance and upkeep. Later, we sold the house and used the proceeds to build a new home which we own as joint tenants. Should we get a divorce, do I have any greater interest in the house man he does or does the law presume that I made a gift of half of the property to him? A. What the law presumes is that when two or more people take title to real estate as join* tenants they do so with the idea that each has an equal interest in the property regardless of who contributed what to the purchase price. Thus, when the property is sold, the joint tenant who contributed little or nothing ordinarily is entitled to an equal share of the proceeds, although that person could vol unteer to take less. — Illinois State Bar Assn Gub to Meet Knox County Home Workshop dub members will meet at H L. Hansen Lumber Co., 161 Academy St., May 22 at 7:30 p.m. Burlington Pair Visits Larchland LARCHLAND — Mr. and Mrs J. A. Siegrist, Burlington, were guests May 16 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Brown. Mrs. Mary Lair arid Mrs. Lavena Wheeler, both of Mon< mouth, had dinner here recently with Mr. and Mrs. Francis Souther. Gene, Barbara and Danny Wilson, all of Galesburg, spent May 15 with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ray. Mrs. Anna Nelson visited May 15 with her daughter, Mrs. Laverne Rowley, Galesburg. Arthur Ray spent the night recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ray. Concert and church organs may weigh as much as 150 tons and have anywhere from 10,000 to more than 27,000 pipes, ranging from % of an inch up to 04 feet in length. Creek area of Northern California in 1958. Some say that was a hoax. But workers quit their jobs after huge tracks were found five days later around machinery at a nearby lumber camp. Ron Olson of Medford, Ore., who has a steel trap set for Bigfoot in the Siskiyou Mountain range, says there have been mote than 850 sightings of the creature since 1068. "Listen, we've been ridiculed already," said Biscardi. "But they ridiculed the Wright brothers, too." 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