Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 5, 1973 · Page 15
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Supreme Court Decision Says Schools Must Pay Lawyers WASHINGTON (UP!) School boards and other official agencies lhait lose school desegregation oases must in most circumstances (pay the court costs of lawyers representing black parents and children, the Supreme Court ihas ruled. In an unsigned opinion 'handed down Monday in a Memphis, Tenn., case, the justices said "the plaintiffs in school cases are private attorneys general vindicating national policy." The ruling applies only to lawsuits begun after last July 1. The NAACP Legal Defense Fund (LDF), which handles most major school discrimination suits, argued that school boards opposing integration can finance their lawsuits with tax money, including some paid by black parents. LDF lawyers said the new ruling may discourage.frivolous defenses by local authorities. Under the decision, a judge is required to award fees to the winning attorneys "unless special circumstances would render such an award unjust." The issue arose when the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals denied attorney ifees in a 10- ycar-old Memphis school case won by the LDF. The Supreme Court look these other actions: —Agreed to examine the constitutionality of city ordinances which forbid use of obscenities against police. —Refused to hear a claim by the makers of Miltown that they should be allowed to patent their widely used product as a (tranquilizer. Lower fed 'oral courts TUled against Carter-Wallace Inc., on the firm's patent suit. —Ruled 7 to 2 that the repeal amendment to the Constitution bars stales from indirectly taxing liquor sales on military bases exclusively under U.S. jurisdiction. The case involved taxes collected by Mississippi in the form of higher mark-ups for liquor sold to four military installations. —Ruled that Standard Oil Company of California illegally conspired to monopolize the sale of petroleum products in the American territory of Samoa. —Dismissed a challenge to an Illinois law requiring specified state elected and nominated officials to disclose their professional and business interests. Peace Talks To Resume PARIS (UPI) - U.S. and North Vietnamese diplomats agreed to further preliminary discussions today before Henry A. Kissinger returns to Paris and more talks with his Hanoi counterpart on bringing genuine peace to Vietnam. Kissinger returns later today to meet with Le Due Tho. The negotiators adjourned their last round of talks with Kissinger last month, reporting "significant progress" toward ending cease-fire violations that undermine the Jan. 27 Paris agreement. Model Sailing Yacht Stanley Johnson, Bedford, England, is watch- ing yacht "Bluenose" on the Round Pond,, ed by a large crowd, as he steadies his Kensington. London prior to competing in a steam powered, radio controlled model sail- model yacht competition. UNIFAX Champ Stiltwalk LITTLE DOWNHAM, England (UPI) — Trainee farmer Fraser Gilbert, 17, beat 19 other contestants Monday to win the national stilfcwalking championship over 500 yards. WHY HAVE ONE WHEN YOU CAN HAVE BOTH? BANK AMERICARD —•— BOTH • MASTER CHARGE —•— First National first Galcsburg National Bank &. Trust / Established 1863 / Member F.D.I .C Isn't it time we met? After all, Country Life Insurance Company is almost 45 years old. And it's one of the biggest life insurance companies in the United States. . With more than two billion dollars of life insurance in force. And nearly a quarter of a million policyholders. We're big in health insurance, too. Let's get acquainted. And maybe visit a bit about your insurance program. Country Life-one of the Country Companies. We're a little different than most insurance people. Your Country Companies* , Agent COUNTRY LIFE « COUNTRY MUTUAL • COUNTRY CASUALTY MID-AMERICA FIRE AND MARINE • INSURANCE COMPANIES 98 N. SEMINARY — GALESBURG Phone 342-3168 CJalesburg Register-Mail GALESBURG, IL1L., TOES., JUNE 5, 1973 SEC. 2 PAGE 15 U. S. Reconnaissance Plane Crashes Near Phnom Penh »&5 E. Bailey, C.L.U. Manager Galeiburg Ph. 343-6715 John Sloan Yale* City Ph. 3S8-1489 Laverne Banton B.R. 1, Dahinda rh. 639-4488 F. E. (Ed) MIddaugh Galeiburg Ph. 343-4991 ~t.» i Carl J. Bland GaleMbura Ph. 343-7988 E. M. Joiei»on Abingdon Ph. 462-2174 Roberl Worlt Galeiburg Ph. 343-9814 C. Wyll» frhlmol Galeiburg Ph. ?43 33S0 t' Keith Keller Abingdon Ph. 462-2429 PHNOM PENH (UPI) - A rocket-laden U.S. reconnaissance spotter plane crashed land burst into flames shortly after takeoff today from Phnom Penh airport. Military sources said its American pilot wasj killed. Sources said the pilot jumped or was thrown 10 feet from the twin-engine OV10 spotter plane as soon as it sliaimimed into the ground. Pilot *Died The badly burned pilot, not imimiediately identified, died of burns shortly afterwards, they said. The cause of the criash was not known. Witnesses to the crash, the third 1 within. a month of an American warplane in' Cambodia, said rockets the ohaft was carrying exploded on impact, spewing white phosphorous and istapnel into the air. Initial reports said the plane | crashed laway from any dwellings or supply sheds and that there were no other casualties. Peace Talks On the diplomatic front, President Lon Nol's cabinet directer, Neang Chin Han, left for Paris on what presidential palace sources said was a mission to explore the possibility of eventual peace talks with exiled Cambodian leftists. Palace officials said Han's "sounding out" assignment would include 'attempts at holding talks with Ohau Seng- exiled Prince Norodom Siha­ nouk's minister in charge of special missions. Mission Approved Sihanouk, based in Peking, has said he will not participate in negotiations with the Lon Nol regime. But the palace sources pointed out tfhat Han could not be considered an official government emissary even though his mission had the approval of Lon Nol and the country's ruling High Political Council. The sources pointed out that Han's trip was not officially announced and that he is not a minister and therefore no 1 strictly a member of the Lon Nol government. Payroll Includes Famous Names BURBANK, Oalif. (UPI) William Shakespeare and Jesse James both work for Lockheed Aircraft Carp. So do Christopher Columbus, Robert E. Lee, John Hancock, John Calhoun, Daniel Webster, Henry Clay, Cecil Rhodes, and Bill Bailey, who says, "Yes, they keep asking me why I don't come home." Kilroy is there—an engineer named James Kilroy, who said he never went anywhere with the military in World War II But his brother did. Nixon Meets President Of Liberia WASHINGTON (UPI) President Nixon scheduled discussion of world and African affairs today with Liberia's President Robert Tolbert Jr. The African leader had a late morning White House appointment with Nixon, and he and Mrs. Tolbert were to be guests tonight at a black tie White House dinner. Tolbert, 60, who heads the government of the West African nation founded in 1822 by freed American slaves, is on a 30-day tour of the United States designed to promote business investment in Liberia. Tolbert was expected to ask Nixon to increase U. S. assistance to Liberia. Their negotiations were scheduled to resume on Wednesday. Key Officials Negotiating Key officials from the two sides have been negotiating in a Paris suburb for the past two days to smooth the way for the next round of the talks between the higher-level envoys. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State William H. Sullivan and Nguyen Co Thach, the North Vietnamese deputy foreign minister, met for five hours Monday at an American villa in the Vesinet suburb and agreed to hold more talks today. U.S. officials said technical experts from both sides met at Communist villa in suburban Gif-Sur-Yvette at 10 a.m. In 1933, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed a bill abolish ing the gold standard. Sullivan and Thach scheduled their third meeting of the hew round of negotiations at 8 p.. In addition to Sullivan and regular members of hia National Security Council staff, Kissinger will be accompanied for the first time at the talks by- White House Press Secretary Ronald L. Zieglcr. Kissinger and Tho f| -j the architects of the Jan. 27'cease­ fire agreement, last rfiet in Paris from May 17 to MaJ£22. ABOVE ALL MAKE IT WHITE'S ROOFING 342-0185 Real Estate Today By DICK ROZYNEK f GRI ; Realtor TAKING OVER A CI VA loans are partially guaranteed by ifche Veterans Adminii- stralt/ion and hence, like FHA loans, involve less risk tor the lenders ittnan conventional toans and carry lower interest rates. Many How-Merest VA loans have been made with little or no down payment, which makes ftem real bargains to 'assume when buying a home financed in this manner. A vetenan can mow normally transfer a GI ban with no airings aitiiadhed if ithe VA approves the new owner's credit, and itohe new owner assumes the veteran's toan obligations. Bdt ibhere are legalities to ob­ serve and pitifialls ito avoid. For example, shifting the debt to the new owner doesn't'auto- maibioaUy erase the seller's responsibility for repayment of the claim in case of default. But this can be arranged with just a ilitible extra effort. 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