Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 26, 1973 · Page 11
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 11

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, June 26, 1973
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GajesbuRegfstar*MQfL GdjesburHI, Tuesday, June 26, ] 97311 BUSHNELL MRS. JAY CLEMENS ~* CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 660 W. Hurst St. Phone 772*2240 Town-Country Festival Set BUSHNELL - The annual Btwhnell Town and Country Festival is scheduled Aug. 22-26 this jrear, Murrol Hollls and Dan Zook will serve as co-chairmen. They will bo assisted by a board of directors composed of David Seek, chairman, and Dale Havens, V, N. Howard, Lonnlo Parker and John Rhodes. Enter- talnort will be announced later. Bushnoll Postmaster Don King announced today that applications are being accopted for a full-time clerk-carrier, The baseball game between the old-timors and the AlVStars, postponed because of rain, has THE SWEET SELL OF SUCCESS The first sale of his life . . . and it was so easyl The electric train set he no longer "ran" was his to sell . . . and he got, his price! Sold the easy, low-cost way ... with a cash-getting Want Ad. Galesburg Register-Mail CLASSIFIED ADS 343-7181 been tentatively rescheduled for July 7. Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Reno recently returned from California, where they attended the wedding of their daughter, Carolyn Woolner and Jerry Clark, Olondale, Calif. Vows were exchanged at the Grace Presbyterian Church, Fontana, Calif. Tho couple will reside at Inglewood, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Marty Post visited Mr. * and Mrs. Walter Post last weekend at Anderson, Ind. I Boy Murdered ByTeen-Ager NEW YORK (UP!) - A giroup oif children were playing outside a housing project in Brooklyn wihen a 14-year-old toy caima by and took one of tern, 3-year-old Dan-el Boyton, to a basement. . Soon afterward Wednesday, Dowel's 9 - year - old brother cflime looking tor tho child. The 14-year-old boy, police said, came out of the basement and told the brother to follow ihim if hie wanted to find Darrel. In the basement, police said, tlhe child found his brother's ibody floating face down in a boiler room match basin. A rope was around Dairrel's neck. The 14-yeair-old was charged with homicide. His identity was not revealed beaause of his age, Zoo Chimp Bit Pitching Hand MORRO BAY, Calif. (UPI) Richard O'Tero filed a $150,000 damage suit against San Luis Obispo County Monday because o chimpanzee prevented his son from playing Little League baseball. His son, Chance, 12, was bitten on the left hand May 5 by a chimp at the Atascadero Zoo, The resultant infection in the boy's pitching hand has deprived him of his baseball opportunity, the suit maintained. New Administrator BENTON, 111. (UPI)-Robert E. Meyer, Chicago, Monday was appointed as interim administrator at Franklin Hospital where some employes have been on strike since March 29. GALYA MRS. SUSAN HEPNER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 24 NE Third St. Phone 932-2725 Lif esaving Instructions Set GALVA — Junior and senior lifesaving will be offered at the Oalva Park District pool beginning Monday were treated and released following a two-car accident Saturday at 9 p.m. south of Kewa- noe. Others who received treat- Bill Ausich, a certified watorjmcnt were Miss Parry Dile, 17, safety instructor will teach the series of eight 2-hour lessons. The course will cost $10 per person. To qualify, a person must be a strong swimmer and be 15 years of age for senior lifesaving, and 12 years for junior lifesaving. Interested persons may contact the pool office. Louis Dykeman, 60, Galva, was among three persons who Sheffield, and Jackie Mechling, 14, Buda, who were passengers in a car driven by Miss Shelia Warren, 17, Sheffield. Dykeman was a passenger in a car driven by his son Lester Dykeman. The accident occurred near the entrance to the Wanee Drive-In Theatre. Mhs Warren was cited for failing to signal when turning. Former Ball Pro Is Indicted Royal Arrival Queen Elizabeth is greeted by enthusiastic Canadian young- Prince Philip, to begin an ll-d'ay tour of the country. UNIFAX sters yesterday after arriving in Toronto with her husband, Cambodia 'To Keep Fighting' With U. S. Bombs or Not LOS ANGELES (UPI) headed Gerald E. Frkldy, a former professional baseball player, was indicted by a federal grand jury Monday for "interference with commerce by threats or violence" in connection with a $250,000 extortion plot against a cruise ship line. Priddy, who remained free on $150,000 bail, was arrested by FBI agents June 5 after an anonymous caller phoned Princess Lines, demanding $250,000 in exchange for information about where bomibs could be found on one of its ships. Authorities said the threat was directed at itihe Island Princess which was then at sea, for Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, with 850 passengers md crewmen. Priddy, who played for the Detroit Tigers, Washington Senators, St. Louis Browns and the New York Yankees in the 1940s and 50s, now operates a sales iproimioitlon business in Buirbank, Calif. In the 13th century, when furs were cheaper than wooil, a European housewife's daily duty included ca'johirag and killing the fleas inevitably attracted by fur bed covers. READ THE WANT ADS! PHNOM PENH (UPI) ~ The chief spokesman for the Cambodian military command said ( today his country will keep fighting even if U.S. bombing support ceases. Commenting on Monday's House vote in Washington that cut off appropriations for the Cambodian bombing — a measure that could take effect in 10 days—Col. Am Rong said: ,( As long as the North Vietnamese are here, we need the bombing, but even if It stops we will go on fighting." He echoed the words of Cambodian Chief of Staff Ma j. Gen. Sostehen Fernandez, who told UPI in an interview two weeks ago he was "pessimistic" about the Cambodian army's fighting potential without the support of American warplanes but said his country would keep on fighting. As Am Rong spoke today, U.S. jet fighter-bombers could again be heard blasting sus pected Communist positions near the capital. The raids were clearly audible overnight and today and sogje of them hit as close as seven miles from Phnom Penh, Am Rong said the air strikes AlWood Majorettes Selected WOODHULL - Lyraiette Swainaon, Domwa McDowell, Pam Hurstrom, Julia Steward and Nancy Carlson have been selected as AlWood High School majorettes for the coming year. Uremia Swanson was selected as an alternate. The girls will attend a major- e!te clinic at Klrksville, Mo., 331-337 f. MAIN ST. WEDNESDAY SURPRISE Each Wednesday, Wolfslo'i will pick one fashion item from their own stock and reduce it in price for One Day Only. The item we pick will be a current up to date fashion fabric or notion item, not a close out or any out of season merchandise. Be sure to see Tuesday nights paper to find out what "Wolfsie'fc Wednesday Surpriie" will be. Wednesday Only! June 27 LITTLE PEOPLE PRINTS 45" Wide Permanent Press 50% Cotton, 50% Polyester Good For Smocks Dresses Natural Ground Prints $139 A Yd. Reg. $1.98 Fabric & Yarn Shop GALESBURG from July 9-13. One of the lead' era of the clinic ds Ranee Studeman, a former Miss Iowa. Sponsor of the majorettes is Mrs, Judy Swanson. The Woodhull-Alpha Jaycee Women met June 20 in the Wcodhull Town Hall, Thank you notes we're read from the Clover Township Library, for the donation of a movie projector, and from the Time for Tots Committee. A $10 donation was made to 'the multiple sclerosis fund Tho organization will have an ice cream social on July 14 and 15 and will meet again on July 10. The Mothers of World War II, Unit 34, met recently at the home of Mrs. Verla Peterson The group received an expres sion of appreciation from the Iowa City Veterans Hospital along with a list of needs. It was announced that the 15th District meeting will be held July 10 at London Mills and a potffjck lunch will be hold July 11 at the home of Mrs. Eva M.'Jler, The next regular meeting and picnic will be hold July 27 at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Cliff Finjey with Mrs. Violet Johnson as co-hostess. Tho picnic is scheduled for 6 p.m. with tho meeting to follow. so close to the city were in support of government troops fighting to the northeast and south against Communist soldiers who have been pinning down small units on the capital's outer defense perimeter for the past week. He said the Cambodian air | force with its small fleet of T28 bonfoers, observation planes, gunships and helicopters could not replace American air power in Cambodia. "We-have, limited means and prisoners have said that we know that the T28's have no real effect on Communist bunkers with several feet of overhead cover," Am Rong said. "We just don't have the kind of power that's needed against them." Am Rong said another major point to consider is: "Would Washington and Saigon allow Phnom Penh to fall—could they afford to stand by and watch should that happen?" Military observers in Phnom Penh have long considered the Cambodian army "dependent" if not "saved by" American bombing. One ranking Western diplomat commented earlier this month: "One reality has to be considered. If the convoys (the 1 fuel tankers that sail up the Mekong River under heavy American air cover every 10 days) can't get in, what will happen to the hospitals? With no electricity, they won't function'.- And if the roads are cut, no rice can get in. That is the humanitarian angle alone^without even considering the political and military implications." Announcement BELT0NE HEARING AID SERVICE, INC. is happy to announce the opening of their new office at 314 Bondi Bldg. « Galesburg, III. Hours 9:00 AM to 5;OO PM Monday thru Friday FREE ELECTRONIC HEARING TEST IN YOUR HOME OR OUR OFFICE BELT0NE Hearing Aid Service 314 Bondi Bldg,, Galesburg, Illinois Phone: 342*5166 Wm. Royer, owner Carl P. Williams, Gen. Mgr. 4 Bebe' Rcbozo In Hospital MIAMI (UPI) - Doctor's Hospital early today reported C. G. "Bcbc" Rebozo in satisfactory condition with an undisclosed aillment. The close friend and Key Biscayne neighbor of President Nixon might be discharged later today, the hospital saif. 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