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10: tSgjesburfl fieQister-MaiI, Gqiesburg, III. Tuesday, Moy 29, 1973 Captain Sigler Not Bitter After Ordeal BUSHNfcLL — Capt. Gary SJglef, Table Grove, a former Vietnam POW, told of his 5% years of imprisonment during Birshneil WHf Post 1422's annual Memorial Day banquet Saturday night at the post hill. He noted that the first year was spent in solitary confine* ment but that conditions improved somewhat as the years passed. Sigler emphasized that he has no feelings of animosity toward anyone because of the nearly six years imprisonment. The captain told the group that he hasn't made a decision yet regarding his future. BUSHNELL MRS. JAY CLEMENS CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 560 W. Hurst St. Phone 772-2240 His wife, Pamela, a former teacher at Bushnell-Prairie City Junior High School, accompanied him to the banquet. Sigler and his wife also attended last week's party given at the White House for former POWs. Sigler was also 'Sex' Films Turn On Chimps CHESSINGTON, England (UPI) — The Chessington Zoo has come Up with a new way of increasing its chimpanzee popu lation—show some mildly blue chimp sex films. And if that doesn't work, a spokesman said, the zoo may sihow the chimps some of the hard core stuff. Zoo officials said Monday that they showed cfhimpanzees LOSE WEIGHT THIS WEEK The Odrinex Plan can help you become the slim trim person that you would like to be. Odrinex has been used successfully by thousands all over the country for 14 years. Get rid of excess fat and live longer. Odrinex is a tiny tablet and easily swallowed.Contains no dangerous drugs. No starving. No special exercises. Odrinex Plan costs $3.25 and the large economy size $5.25. You must lose ugly fat or your money will be refunded. No questions asked. Accept no substitutes. Sold with this guarantee by: at the zoo a British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC) television documentary showing other chimps kissing and cuddling. Most of the Chessington chimps loved it and copied every move, a zoo spokesman said. Especially an 8-year-old female named Cressida who the spokesman said was "turned on." "We hope to hear the patter of tiny chimpanzee feet here soon, and all thanks to the film," said spokesman Andy Bowen. "We tried it in three cages in the ape house," he said. "The orangutans were only interested in the projector. The gorillas became aggressive but Cressida was just overcome with passion." Cressida particularly swooned over the chimp male star of the film. "We are planning some replays of the film in the next two weeks," Bowen said. "Then we hope to show more explicit serf films to them." guest speaker for Memorial Day services Monday at Prairie City and Bushnell. Charles W. Gillette, 41, 280 E. Gridley St., escaped injury Saturday night when he lost control of his car during a heavy rain. State police said that Gillette was driving south and when he attempted to turn right the vehicle Went off the road, struck a tree and ended up in a grassy median area of the intersection. Gillette's car sustained major damage, He was not charged. Visitors at thehome of Mrs. Ethel Brillhart and Lillian during the Memorial Day weekend were Miss Lynn Brillhart, Denver, Colo.; Q.M. Steven Brillhart, Norfolk, Va.; Stan Brillhart, Rock Island; Mrs. Bernard Brillhart and David, Altona; Miss Lorilie Hunter, St. Paul, Minn., and Miss Trish Verbanac, Decatur. Rev. James Weiss, pastor cf Bushnell United Methodist Church, announced today that l»e and his family will move to 2 Willow Drive at Olney the week of June 11. Rev. and Mrs. Allen Marrett, Mason City, will move into the Bushnell parsonage, 348 N. Crafford St., about the middle of June. The Rev. Mr. Marrett will be the new pastor of the Bushnell church. Rocket Nearly Hits Nursery In Northern Irish Fighting Lombard Play Lombard Junior High School will present major parts in the production are Lombard "Up the Down Staircase" tomorrow and students, from left, Liz Rogers, Connie Bur- Thursday in the auditorium. Rehearsing for ges, Amy Shaw, Jim Neal and Frank Garza. Courses Will Give Students Head Start GALVA—Black Hawk Bast Coiege has scheduled several summer courses designed to give a starJenit entering college loir itlhe feit time in the feM a head s'jamt on their studies. The courses offered will include -ttoe which aire readily tnamstorralbilie t o 4-year colleges acid universities. Included in itlhe oflrerings ere ifiresihmiain-'levei general biology; freshman irhetaric and composition; (mathematics far general education; in- troducijion ito pisydhofliogy; and principles of effective speaking. Also included are comtemp- cnary social problems; educa- I'jiomal psychology; principles Of economics anid U.S. history to 1863, all sophomore-level courses. Further information on summer classes is available the college office. Early regisatraftion has already begun and wil run ittorough June Calva MRS. SUSAN HEI'NER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 24 NE Third Ave. Pltone 932-2725 Let Us Take a Whack At Your Insurance Many Times YOUR INDEPENDENT AGENT Can Give You Mere Protection At A Saving HUFF INSURANCE 407 HILL ARCADE Galesburg - Ph. 342-3414 11. Regular regiisfeution will be held June 13-14. Classes will begin the week of June 18. Illinois Sen. David C. Shapiro, R-Amboy, will be speaker &i <ine fifth annual commencement June 2 of Black Hawk East College. Commencement is set to begin at 7:30 p.m. and will end at 10 p.m. Members of the community are invited. Shapiro is a native of Men- dofta, a graduate of the University of Illinois School of Dentistry and has been active in civic and political affairs. Prior Jto election to the Sen- ate, he was a state fepresetv tiaitive in (the 76flh and 77th General Assembly and was voted outstanding freshman JegisMor during the 76TJh General Assembly. The Galva Fire Department received a call Monday to extinguish a car fire on West Division Street but the firemen were not dispatched since the fire had already been brought under control. Gus H. Interial, 21, of 208 Southeast Fourth Ave., Galva, was charged with driving too- fast for conditions or failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident, and failure to report an accident after a single- car accident Sunday at 10:30 p.m. on a township road V% mile east of Galva and Vi mile south. Passengers in the car were Frank Interial, 17, of 217 Southeast Fifth Ave., and a 15-year-old girl who sustained minor injuries. According to police, the ea'st- bound Interial car went out of control as it crossed the Rock Island Railroad tracks. It ran into a ditch then came to rest in the middle of the road. Other charges may be forthcoming pending an investigation, according to the sheriff's office. BELFAST (UPI) - Fragments from an exploding rocket aimed at a British Army post peppered a nearby Roman Catholic nursery school today but caused no casualties, the army said. An army spokesman said the Soviet-made RPG7 rocket ex ploded when it hit a fence surrounding the post, showering fragments on the Vere Foster School where 220 children were playing inside. "It was a miracle none of the kids were hurt," the spokesman said. More than 1,000 mourners attended the funeral Monday of the 806th victim of almost four years of strife among minority Roman Catholics, majority Protestants and British forces. He was 4-year-old Paul Crummey, a Catholic boy who was playing in his family's garden Saturday when he was hit by a stray bullet during an Irish Republican Army (IRA) attack on a British patrol in Belfast. A wave of bombing and shooting attacks ceased Sunday and, except for a blast in which five Catholic children suffered shock, the lull continued Monday. But British officers said they stili expected the outlawed IRA —which seeks to unite Northern Ireland with the heavily Catholic Irish Republic —to launch an offensive aimed at disrupting local government elections Wednesday. Preparing for the possibility, British commanders today mobilized the 9,000 man Ulster Defense Regiment militia to back up 17,500 troops and 4,500 police in guarding polling places and voters. The militant Provisional Wing of the IRA has urged Catholics to boycott the elections. Catholic politicians said the Provision­ als have warned some candidates not to campaign and have assaulted some campaign workers. 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