Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 21, 1973 · Page 19
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Qalesburg Register-Mail GALESBURG, ILL., THURS., JUNE 21, 1073 SEC. 2 PAGE 19 Terrorist Bombs Hit Londonderry BELFAST (UP!) - A new wave of terrorist bombings erupted across Londonderry Wednesday night and today, killing a British soldier and wounding nine other persons. . The army said the soldier was killed in an explosion at Lecky Road in Londonderry. Three other soldiers were wounded in the blast early today, but the army gave no further details of the incident. A booby-trapped bomb injured five persons, including three other British soldiers, at a Catholic War Veterans Association building in Londonderry late Wednesday night. A series of four simultaneous blasts demolished a bakery, a garage and a lumberyard. Extremists also launched two mortar attacks against an army post in the city Wednes day night, but there were no injuries. The outlawed Irish Republican Army (IRA), meanwhile, rejected an appeal, from a ABOVE ALL MAKE IT WHITE'S ROOFING 342-0185 Roman Catholic organization to lay down its guns. "There will be no end to our campaign until our demands for a British withdrawal are met," an IRA spokesman said. Five Explosions Five explosions Wednesday night injured six persons and caused widespread damage in the downtown district and Catholic Creggan residential area of Londonderry, an army spokesman said. Two Catholic civilians and three British soldiers were wounded in a bomb blast in a Creggan area house used by the Catholic Veterans Association. An army spokesman said the right leg of an official of the association was blown off and one of the soldiers critically wounded as they checked out the building after seeing two youths behaving/ suspiciously near it. Two more soldiers and a second civilian suffered lesser injuries. Another civilian, a woman, suffered minor cuts from one of five bombs that blasted the downtown area. The army also reported a mortar attack in the town of Omagh, 45 miles west of Belfast, but again said there were no casualties or damage. Peron Homecoming Marred Buried in Gravel CaveJn Rescue workers in Edmonds, Wash., use hand shovels to (move ©ravel away tfiram 14- year-old Kevin Long who was buried for an faow betore being toealbeld. A iireman administers oxygen. Kevin was playing alt tlhe jgflavel pit in Eidrmonids iwfaen he was buried. Momenite late being rescued, a second oave4n 'buried nine of iDhe men closest to ifche boy and a second rescue was made 2'/ 2 hours latef. UNIFAX Mayors Appeal for Release Of Funds for Summer Jobs BUENOS AIIIES (UPI) Former President Juan D. Peron (returned home after 18 years of exile Wednesday to a planned hero's welcome but ! bloody gunbattles between dissident Peronists moarred his welcoming rally—the largest in Argentine history. Fourteen Dead Spokesmen ait four Buenos Aires hospitals said 14 persons died and another 235 were injured in the three - hour gunfight at the rally site IVz miles from Ezeiza International Airport where Peron was supposed to arrive. Thousands of Oho nation's poor jammed railroad stations and bus terminals today for the sad trek back to their provincial homes, clutching the free round-trip tickets that the government provided so they could witness the return of the man who ruled the country for 10 years until his overthrow in 1955. Plane Diverted What was to have been a gala leelehration degenerated Into a bloodbath and (the huge crowd that gathered outslda town never caught a glimpse of the 77-yeair-old Peron. His plane carrying htm back from Madrid was diverted! to anottief airport because of the violence. Estimates of the crowd varied widely, but officials agreed there had never been one as large._in the country's history. President Hector J. Caimpora, Peron's handplcked successor who swept the elections three months ago, declared on nationwide television that six million persons were afc the site. One of his chief aides said four million attended 1 . The afternoon newspaper La Razon reported aerial photographs showed three and a half million. Crowd Hugged Ground Thousands of bystanders! hugged tho ground in panic during tho three-hour exchange of gunfire that forced Peron's Aerolineas Airgentinas jetliner to land ait a military airfield. He later went on nationwide radio and television to beg "a thousand pardons for not having greeted! pefsoftaHy" the throng that had turned out to greet him. Ho said ha did not land, at Ezeiza because) he feared crowds wffliU Invade" the runway andi cause Injury. Ho also staid he did not fly to the rally site because he feared "new disorders." As Peron's plane was touching down, shots were still being exchanged between Peronist youth marshals assigned to guard the podium, and rival groups who ./were; said to have tried' to take over guard duty. We wish to Thank a 11 our relatives and friends for the cards, gifts and phone calls we received on our 57th Wedding Anniversary. • Clara & Bill Mo ran 832 S. Academy St., Galesburg, III. "DICK" DAHL ANNOUNCEMENT We Are Proud to Announce That CHARLES R. 'DICK' DAHL Resident of Alexis, III. Hd(s Joined Our Staff DICK" will be serving the Alexis, • / * Aledo and Monmouth territory. PHONE ALEXIS 482-3891 LOIS REALTY 1172 MONROE ST. Phones 343-5416 or 342-2137 SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) The Nixon administration was urged Wednesday at the U.S. Conference of Mayors to release $265 million in federal funds for summer youth jobs. Some 100 teen-agers picketed outside the St. Francis Hotel in a demand for jobs while Mayors Theodore M. Berry of Cincinnati and Joseph N. Alioto of San Francisco made their appeal to Kenneth Cole, direc- THANK YOU Our sincere thanks and appreciation to everyone for their expression of sympathy, memorial gifts and flowers and for the many acts of kindness extended to us during the illness and loss of our loved one. These will long be remembered. The Family of GEORGE PARKER tor of the White House Domestic Council. Cole was addressing the final session of the weeklong conference and was telling the mayors that their problems were less important than President Nixon's efforts toward world peace. Berry leaped to his feet and said: "There is a group of people outside this hotel trying to embarrass the mayor of this city by demanding summer jobs for youths, and I would like to ask Mr. Cole why the BARGAINS ARE OUR BUSINESS Example: Liberty Bell Chimes 99c, Address Labels 69c, Religious Items from 12c, All-occasion Cards from 79c per package. Send for Your FREE Catalog Send to CATALOG RR 3, Box 367 Galesburg, 111. 61401 - President will not release the $265 million appropriated by Congress for summer jobs this year." Cole replied that the cities could use their Emergency Employment Act money for the jobs. Alioto replied: "Your answer just doesn't stand up to analysis. Every mayor in this room can tell you that to use those EEA funds to provide summer jobs for our youth we'd have to fire adults already employed with the same funds." The host mayor said Nixon was acting under "a false premise." He added that Cole should convey the mayors' feelings to the President. Before heading home, the mayors adopted resolutions on revenue sharing, federal budget as well as on environmental matters. One approved resolution supported the* construction of the Alaska, oil pipeline. 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