Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 13, 1973 · Page 18
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 18

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 13, 1973
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11:iSfltolbufp Register-Mai f, Gafesbim HI., Wsdmsday,. . JH^J-lr-,1 973 Value of Dollar Seesaws As Nixon Talk Awaited - LONDON (UPI) - The value 'Bf the dollar seesawed marginally at the outset of trading across Europe today and gold prices were unchanged as dealers waited for President Nixon's announcement of anti- inflation measures. The dollar rose marginally in •Zurich and Frankfurt, but lost some ground in Paris and London. Today, however, dealers predicted trading would remain light throughout the day because Nixon's speech was not Seafarers With a population of less than 4 mjllion, Norway owns the - fourth largest, merchant fleet In the "world. The United States, -with almost 208 million popula* tiori; • ranks fifth in wor# ship- Ping. t The onfy crime defined in the 'U.S. Constitution is treason. expected to be aired until after the European money markets close. "Traders are cautious," one said. "They don't want to do anything until they hear what Nixon has to say." At mid - morning, gold changed hands on the Important London bullion market at $117.50 an ounce, unchanged from Tuesday's close but down Nursing Students To Be Graduated Sue Carlson, North Henderson, and Cynthia Meachiam, Roseville, are among nursing studante who will receive diplomas during the 63rd annual! graduation exercise of bhe Graham Hospital Assn., Canton. The ceremony will be June 25 at 7:30 p.m. in the Canton High School auditorium. Dr. William Carper will be speaker. from an opening at $118. In Paris, the financial dollar —that used by tourists, specula* tors and dollar-paid persons living in France—opened at 4.2850- 4.2925 francs, down slightly from Tuesday's closing price of 4.3050- The commercial dollar, used in foreign trade, also opened lower—4.30-4.3050 francs compared to Tuesday's closing price of 4.3125. In Frankfurt, the dollar opened fractionally higher at 2.6080 German marks, then moved up to 2.6120 by midmorning. This compared with a Tuesday closing of 2.6060 marks. The M. franc also opened Ufofej.g CotHe Florida Bones Linked to Mastodon Hunt Jack Powell Charity Bike slightly higher today, selling at 3.0710 francs per dollar In Zurich versus a Tuesday close of 3.070. In London, it cost a trifle more today to buy a British pound—$2.5765 versus $2.5746 Tuesday. TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UP!) — An archeologist Who recovered the bones of Florida's flffit residents from an underwater cave said today the relics are proof that primitive man lived with—and probably hunted— mastodon and saber-todth tigers in North America. Dr. Wilburn S. Cockrell, the! bearded young scientist who recovered the bortes Fefo. from the warm mineral springs of North Port Charlotte, said the bones are about 10,280 years old-give or take century. That would put the early Florida Indians In the late archaic or early paleo- Indlan period on the areheologl cal timetable. Such "megafauna" as the saber-tooth tiger, mastodon, mammoth, cave bear, . and Fremont at Henderson mBSBm Portrait Special Color Portrait Limit one 99c Special per family—Limit one 8x10 per person. Additional individual persons 4.95 each — Groups 99c each person — Adults & Children SITTINGS START JUNE 14 Hours: Daily 10 AM to 1 PM & 2 PM to 8 PM Sunday 10 AM — 6 PM To Galesburg "We're riding for the lives of children," was Jack Powell's explanation for pedaling in'a transcontinental bicycle relay that is raising money for St., Jude Children's Research Hospital, Memphis, Tenn. Powell and three other members of the group rode through Galesburg yesterday with Philadelphia as their final destination. They left from Beverly Hills, Calif, on May 7. Powell, a 22-year-old Memphis pre-med student, campus editor and cycle enthusiast, said: "Our goal is to help raise one million dollars for the children's hospital." The team hopes the relay will capture the imagination of people everywhere so they will contribute generously to the cause. Traveling through mountains and plains, heat and rain, the riders have pedaled more than 3,700 miles in 35 days. By the time they reach Philadelphia, they will have ridden 4,700 miles on a course that will take them through 15 states. Powell said contributions may be mailed to E S A Milr lion Dollar Bike Ride, P. O. Box 359, Loveland, Colo., 80537. Doris- (Continued From Page 6) READ THE WANT ADS! limelight. How the Manson family had originally intended Terry and his friends < to be murder Victims. Received Bad Press She could also describe the tragedy of husband Marty Melcher's death in 1968 and the subsequent financial and legal •problems which assailed her. Doubtless she could provide good reading about her costars, who included Clark Gable, Ronald Reagan, Rock Hudson, Frank Sinatra, Jimmy Cagney, James Stewart and Richard Widmark. She could write on the vicious press she received and the murderous reviews once the pinnacle of her career had been reached. The whispering y campaigns and gossip also might make for interesting reading. Doris may or may not write about those chapters in her life. But you can count on at least one chapter dealing with Actors And Others For, Animals, an organization she helped establish. The freckle- faced star devotes most of her waking hours trying to improve animal regulation laws in Los Angeles, helping find homes for stray dogs and cats, raising money for humane treatment of pets. ground aloth were bowing out between 10,600 B.C. and 1,000 B.C-and tHe warm .mineral springs bones date right to the middle of that period, Coekfell said, "There's no question about that flow," he said. "We knew the megafauna were aftfund 10.000 years ago, but we didn't know the people were around— we suspected thoy were around 10,000 years ago,- but we didn't know then." Some "projective points" found at the same strata^but not in the same burial cave— Indicate the early man was a hunter. Cockrell said the bow North Henderson lions Host'Fry' NORTH HENDERSON - A Jarge crowd attended a pork chop fry June 10 sponsored by the North Henderson Lions Club. Mrs, Janice Hiett of Mississippi and Mrs. John Humes, Lombard, have returned home after being called here by the death of their grandmother, Mrs. Tillie Humes. Stanley Tyrell, Joliet, Was a guest June 10 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Tyrrell, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swanson and Mr. and Mrs. Luther Nihv rick and Todd visited the Am ana colonies in Iowa June 7. and arrow was not Invented 10,000 years ago but pieces of Ihand'hold spears and a "dart thrower" ware found in tho area where the Indians lived. The dart thrower, ho said, was an arm extension which could triple the hunter's leverage, thereby boosting the velocity of his throw, Cockrell said the Indians looked Just like modern man. He said the human race has not changed physically In 20,000 years. Filmmaker Trier! For Propaganda BELGRADE, Yugoslavia (UP!) — A prise-winning filmmaker went on trial Tuesday for making a movie that student sources said showed satirical scones aimed at President Tito. Laawir Stojanwlc, 20, was charged with "hostile propaganda against the state" for his film "Platte J«sus," which won the highest mark as diploma work In 1971 * at the Belgrade Academy for Theatre, Film, Radio and Television. From •weet Undiscovered placed Oils of the Sweet Earth byCoty Rich, Mntuoui, long-lasting enance*,,, it natural and real aa you want to ba| smgla Iragraneaa In lender llowara: Hvaclnlh and Ylang Ylang. In rata woodaj AmbarwMd and Patchouli. In aromallo herbs: Chamomile and Saga. Fill your world wllh tha aweolnesa and Ihaaplca ol lilal In allvary parfumara' vlala-Jutl $2.50 L I want the convenience of two bank cards! 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