Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 23, 1973 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, June 23, 1973
Page 9
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Galesbur Saturda June 23. 1973 In me 9 Lacked Mi DETROIT (UP!) - Giuseppe be hospSlaliaed tor severe Pillera, 78, and his cw»»lm>irtltan ; Maria Angelo. 9S. couM haw! riltera. who was found in a starved to death, hut they wetcicwwa by polit* on Wednesday, ' had boon l<v> jiroud to ask for . ,, , , . more welfare so he and his The pair finally relented this : Jn ^ , he bnls and were found to be determined to do it with pride. and—after a second visit by city and co\m\y officials—allowed them; buv some hMllh.riilera food. Although asked if his could be increased, once he was told regulations would after the> allow no more funds. He smiled indigent. Police were first led to and never brought the subject up again, authorities said. The two had been living oft coffee, a little milk, and an occasional raw egg or piece of bread, tfieir only income is monthly welfare checks of $154, which began arriving in 1970 the house by Hudson Turner, head of a homeowners' association, who said he received call an asking anonymous phone someone to help Pillera. Turner said he often stopped in to see the elderly cousins, but they never discussed their lack of food and he had no idea they were starving. "He (Pillera) talked about how the young kids throw rocks at the house," Turner said. "He talked about four cats that had obviously been fed by the two old people. He talked about his years as a fruit and vegetable peddler from a car that traveled Detroit streets. Sotttii Korea Not Against North in IL N SEOUL (UPI) - South Korea 4 France Ign Request - r 1 J ' -I Halt Nuclear Testing "But he any never gave indication of hunger/' Turner said he only saw them at the door of their dilapidated house. "They were so dignified. I just can't believe how run-down it is inside the house and how hungry they must have been all that time." Police took the pair to the hospital Wednesday, but after Pillera regained consciousness, they demanded to be allowed to return home. The next day, however, authorities returned and persuaded them to be hospitalized or face starvation -possibly before the week was out. Authorities said the couple will remain hospitalized until they have overcome their malnutrition, and then they will either be placed in a pursing home or back in their home to ,be cared for by a housekeeper. today it does not oppose ing seated at the United Nations and dtiheir international organizations along with Communist North Korea, but this did not ttmn it was ready to recognize the North as a separate, sovereign abate. The new Slant! represented a major departure from South Korea's previous (policy act vacating that Seoul was the only lawful government in Korea and therefore the only Korean regime tfiat should be represented irt any of the world's organizations. In a radio-television broadcast to the nation, President Park outlined his new policies, mostly concerning the Communis^ruled northern half of the peninsula, in a seven-point declaration. The (president topped his declamation with a renewed call for efforts towards peaceful reunification of Korea. "Peace musJt be maintained in the Korean Peninsula by all means/' he said. "The South and the North should nei liter i n terf ere wi th each ot her * s internal affairs nor commit aggression against each other." Paric then declared that Souih Korea would not be opposed to North Korean representation at the United Nations and other such inter national bodies, I y United Press International France Friday shrugged off the International Court of Justice's request that it suspend nuclear testing in the South Pacific, indicating that it would not recognize the authority of the world court to act on the issue. M I am authorized to recall 1 he weiycnown position of France which is not to admit the competence of the International Court of Justice in this affair, which relates to a matter of national defense/' a French Foreign said. New Zealand Prime Minister his Ministry spokesman southeast of Papeete, Tahiti. "This contingency action is being taken in close consultation with the Australian government," Kirk said in a Wellington news "An Australian conference. supply the ship Norman Kirk said today with Aus- Now You Know •.. By United Press International In some parts of the world geese have been trained to tend sheep. READ THE WANT ADS! government—which tralia had requested the injunction from the Hague court—has ordered a navy frigate with a cabinet minister aboard to sail to the French test site at Mururoa Atoll, about 750 miles East Alton Field Gets Certification EAST ALTON, 111. (UPI) Civic Memorial Airport in East Alton has received an airport operating certificate from the Federal Aviation Administration, authorities said Friday, opening the way for possible scheduled commercial traffic. Airport authorities said the certificate, issued on a provisional basis and good until May 1974, is the first necessary step toward getting scheduled air service to the airport. Author- j ities said a permanent certificate will be sought when the provisional certificate expires. would sail with the frigate, Ota go, ••In Canberra Friday, Australian Prime Minister Gough Whitlam said in a statement: "It is my firm hope and expectation that the French government, mindful of France's long tradition of respect for international law, will act in accordance with what the court has today ordered." Kirk said that an as yet unnamed cabinet mi n i s t c r would sail on the Otago with seven other persons, including a number of New Zealand journalists. No foreign cians had been invited. had sent messages to more than 100 nations lading every member of the United Nations, calling on them to urge France to follow the decision of the world court and withhold their nuclear tests. French government sources said there would be no other comment on any aspect of the tests issue. Last never summer's officially politi He said New Zealand also blast were announced, The international court voted U to ask France to avoid atmospheric atomic blasts that might cause radioactive fallout on New Zealand and Australi. In addition, the court's communique said: "The governments of Australia and France should each of them ensure that no kind is taken ^^^^•fl ^^^H^H ^^^^^ action of which any might aggravate or extend the dispute/' pending final settlement of the issue. Announcement BELTONE HEARING SERVICE, happy to announce the opening of their new office at Bondi Bldg. -- Galesburg, Hours 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday thru Friday E ELECTRONIC HEARING TEST YOUR HOME OR OUR OFFICE BELTONE Hearing Service 314 Bondi Bldg., Galesburg, Illinois Phone: 342-5166 Wm. Royer, owner Carl P. Williams, Gen. Mgr. Survivors Describe Ordeal in Minisub Scientists Decided Against Sub Bailout' Escape F rom By DAVID L. LANGFORD VERO BEACH, Fla. (UPI) Two scientists who died in a minisub trapped 360 feet under the gulfstreatm off Key West decided not to risk a "bailout bottle" escape because they believed a Navy rescue iust hours away. was pair, were eulogized in funeral { Menzies said he didn't believe } services as men who died in the)"we could make the Sea-Link habitat they loved while serving!any safer. But maybe we could mankind. the submarine discussed the two "When became fouled, we the situation with divers in the after compartment," Menzies said. "We Qiffreed to wait on the boat until have a better rescue operation," he staid without elaborating. ths Navy divers arrived. Archibald ' 1 Jock'' Menzies told of the fateful decision mads by E. Clayton Link, 31, Dr Ro bert Meek, who sur- and Albert Stover, 51, Friday yive ^ the 31 . hoUir entrapment in afternoon just hours after the {he Jctason Sea-Link wife Menzies, said the Navy rescu Meek said breaks" operation, believed the "went about there "no good during the But he rescue said he efforts rescue as well as they could witih what they had." At funeral services Friday | morning in nearbv Fort Pierce, Dr. Fred W. McClellan, pastor of the First Presbyterian ship USS Tringa arrived on the church, advised 500 mourners 1 scene seme six got stuck. about 4 hours p.m. after Sunday j to the sub the "ifs" of the But, t) ignoire tragedy and instead remember .that Link and Stover "left a Meek said, "thellegacv to the world—a great irescue by ig-eat d?al the Navy took longer than we a ! legacv." Father Jon Jordan, who : thought Lt would. It was a long, conducted the Catholic portion before the cf the services for Stover, said ;th3 men "died in the habitat tedious process divers got into the water." The medical examiner in Key with which they were used to West said Link and Stover died and loved 50 much of carbon dioxide 15 hours poisoning before the A. B, Wood FTC Charges some j research ship (arrived on the scene, lowered a T?i BVr% ~ TVT 1 * television camera and guided a : jT II1X1 IvlclKlllff ! grappling hook into place so the j-, . ^1 # ™ sub could be hauled to thej^alSe LiailTlS A little girl . . . using little words to a small friend . , . and communicating in a way that's difficult for adults to understand! surface at 4:45 p.m. Monday. To STEIN'S For Ct A NEVER BEFORE DIAMOND VALUE Diamond Solitaire 1 $ 149 50 14 K White or Yellow Gold Leo Stein & Sons, Inc JEWELRY DEPT. 349 E. MAIN ST. Downtown Galesburg WASHINGTON (UPI) - The Federal Trade Commission (FrC) Friday accused the Fedders Corp. of making false, misleading and deceptive statements in advertising its air conditioners. It was the second formal complaint in an FTC campaign to make advertisers back up their claims. The complaint cited statements by Fedders such as *'reserve cooling power —only Fedders has this important feature." The FTC claimed that this was "not a unique feature of Fedders ACL room air conditioners." In a previous action, the FTC challenged claims by General Motors that its Chevrolet Vega was the host handling passen- liuv car ever built in the United States and that the Buick Opel had a chassis that never needed lubrication. That's the way Want Ads are • . , small ads in the back of your newspaper . . . which communicate in a way no other advertising medium can match. 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