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Qalesburg fegteter-Maik ' GALESBURG, ILL,, TUES., JUNE 26, 1973 SEC, 2 PAGE 17 Church Undaunted By Court's Ruling WASHINGTON (UPI) - A Supreme Court decision that it is unconstitutional for states to reimburse parents who send their children to private schools won't bring an end to parochial 1 schools, according to an arm of the Roman Catholic church. The court ruled, 6-3, against tuition subsidies. Chief Justice Warren E. Burger and Justices Byron R. White and William H. Rchnquist dissented. An 8 to 1 vole struck down payments for non-teaching costs with White the lone dissenter. The United Catholic Conference, administrative arm of the church, said the decision was "no cause for despair. "In no case should this unacceptable ruling be seen as marking the end of Catholic schools in the United States," the conference said. Court Adjourned The court adjourned Monday until October after striking down laws in New York and Pennsylvania applying to tui- Stations Lower Gasoline Price After Complaints WASHINGTON (UPI) More than 1,000 service stations across the country have rolled back gasoline prices as a result of checks by the Internal Revenue Service on consumer complaints . A council report issued Monday said IRS agents found 741 independents and- 365 company-owned stations charging prices above the freeze level. It said the average overcharge was 2 cents per . gallon. James W. McLane, the council's special freeze director, said ITS stabilization agents would continue following up complaints to make certain the public is not charged higher prices than allowable ABOVE ALL MAKE IT WHITE'S ROOFING 342-0185 tion reimbursements, Without comment, the court upheld lower court findings that similar tuition laws in New Jersey and Ohio were unconstitutional. Justice Lewis F. Powell Jr. referred to allowable forms of aid when he wrote that sectarian schools perform secular, educative functions as well as religious functions and that some forms of aid may be channeled to the secular without providing direct aid to the sectarian. "But the channel is a narrow one," he concluded. Other Decisions In other decisions Monday the court: —Struck down unanimously a Mississippi state program of providing free textbooks to private academies created to avoid integration orders. , —Upheld 6-3 the constitutionality of the 1939 Hatch Act Which prohibits federal workers from participating actively in politics. —Overturned New York and Connecticut laws limiting the rights of aliens. The New York law prohibited aliens from holding any state civil service jobs. The Connecticut" statute barred them from practicing law. —Declared college students and members of communes were eligible for federal food stamps despite action by Congress in 1971 to exclude them. —Ruled 6 to 3 in favor of South Carolina's right to issue $3.5 million in revenue bonds to help finance construction at a Baptist college in Charleston. —Agreed to rule next term whether Ohio officials are subject to federal damage suits lfoecau.se of the deaths and injuries to Kent State University students during the May, 1970, shootings. Seas' Treasures Scattered through earth's 300 million cubic miles of seawater are an estimated 10 million tans of gold, 500 million tons of silver and 20 billion tons of uranium Explosions Shake Downtown Madrid A sm'all group of Spanish Barb Mustangs, one of the few herds of wild horses left in the U. S. is rounded up. the horses arc counted then releiased. The Mustangs run free on a 23,000 acre 'pasture west of Belcn, N. M., and are decend- Spunish Barb Mustangs ants of the first horses on the North American Continent, brought here by Spanish soldiers. The herd is about 25 strong. UNIFAX MADRID (UPI) - Explosions caused by a huge gas main leak ripped through a fashionable section of downtown Madrid Monday night, hurtling manhole covers hundreds of feet into the air and blanketing several blocks in clouds of dust. 'Police said at least eight blasts centered around Republica Argentina Square shook the area anJd injured at least 30 persons, two of them critically. La Paz Hospital reported accepting afbout 200 persons, most of Mom patients evacuated from is clinic near the explosion site. Emergency Alert Hundreds of firefighters, police and Red Cross helpers rushed to the area after authorities issued a maximum- emergency alert. Electricity and telephone service for thousands of persons living in the area was reported cut off and several buildings were cordoned off due to the danger that they might be filled with deadly gas. Police said a massive gas main leak caused the hoiff4ong series 6f blasts. Several build* ings were set ablaze, afoothef partially collapsed and the force of the eruptions sefiUroti manhole covers sailing Into the night air. The area around Republica Argentina Square was shrouded iri choking dust and smoke. A note from the Madrid provincial government safd first investigations showed that "the explosions were caused by ©as seeping into underground ducts for telephone cable and gas, water and power supply." Subway Tunnel The explosions occurred In an area where workers had been digging a new tunnel for the Madrid Metro, the city's" subway system. The blasts brought thousands of curious persons streaming to the area, causing a giant trafific jam and creating near-panic in the streets. Armed police had to cordon off the area and fcrcibily restrain the crowds" from interfering with fire and rescue work. False Wall Caused Deaths Real Estate Today By DICK ROZVNEK, GRI Realtor PRINTED FORM FOLLY In any real estate transaction you'll normally find printed forms used in the area of sales contracts, deeds, mortgages, and leases. Ever wonder why any layman can't use printed forms himself and save the fees of an attorney, Realtor, or lending institution? A typical legal stationery store will have dozens of varieties of leases, deeds, and mortgage forms, but which is the right one for your situation? These printed forms aro only a Starting point. It's what goes into the blanks, what is crossed out, and what is added that gives you the value, security, and protection that you are paying the experts for. Believe me, some of the largest financial losses and legal hassles have resulted from printed forms being incorrectly used. About the only safe one an amateur can depend on is a marriage license. —o— If there is anything we can do to help you in the field of real estate, please phone or drop in at DICK ROZYNEK & ASSOC., 334 N. Henderson. Phone: 343-6167. We're here to 'help. Adv. NEW ORLEANS (UPI) Coroner Carl Rabin said today a false wall that hid windows from view in a French Quarter bar "certainly" was responsible for many of the 29. deaths in a flash fire that scorched the small lounge. The bar —"The Up Stairs Lounge" —had burglar bars on at least one window and its fire escape did not reach the ground, according to state records. But assistant Louisiana Fire Marshal Tim Driscoll, who examined the fire-gutted lounge Monday, said it was in compliance with state fire codes. Plywood Wall Bodies of the 29 persons killed in the blaze Sunday night were found on the opposite side of the room from the windows that may have had bars. The bodies were found on. the side where a false plywood wall hid windows that icould have been used as an escape if they had been spotted sooner. The 21 persons who. did escape kicked through the plywood and went through the windows. Fifteen of them were injured in the plunge to the ground and the others stood on 'ledges or fire escapes until they were rescued by firemen. Rabin said HJhe false wall "ceribainly contributed to the death toil because the victims couldn't reach the windows." Firemen have not concluded what caused the fire but authorities were investigating the possibility.of arson. Homosexual Church Ten of the victims were members of the New Orleans chapter of the Metropolitan Community Church, a homosexual church with 47 chapters in the United States and London. A service for the 10 was held Monday nightvin St, George's Episcopal Church. After the service the Rev. Troy Perry of Los Angeles, founder of the churches, said "In this gay community it's pretty well believed that it was arson. The fire spread just too quickly. But of course that's up to the firemen to determine. Supposedly, someone saw one or two persons running from there when the flames broke out." A television station received a" telephone call Monday night from a woman who said: "The fire last night was set by a vigilante group which has declared war on homos in New Orleans. The group is called 'Black Momma, White Momma," after a movie of the same name. The caller said more attacks were planned. The television station made a tape recording of the call and gave it to police. Violence Plagues Campora Regime BUENOS. AIRES (UPI) Two persons died from assassins' burets and two, executives were kidnaped Monday as the country's new president was proclaiming "violence has no place or excuse in Argentina today." Police said former Peronist Congressman Alberto Armesto, 52, was shot to death while leaving a movie theater in Campana, 30 miles from Buenos Aires. Police said if the motive proves political, it would be the first such assassination since Peronist President Hector J. Campora took power a month ago. 60 Kidnapings Two military men and two union leaders were assassinated earlier in the year before Campora took office. Since the Swedoughs SPECIAL Wednesday & Thursday Take A Break From Your Everyday Chores By Stopping At Swedoughs For Coffee 8t Donuts Swedoughs "DELICIOUS DONUTS BAKED DAILY" The Pantry Abingdon OPEN 6 AM - 10 PM 7 DAYS A WEEK Call 342-7517 For Party Orders Corner Broad & Fremont Corner Knox & Farnham beginning of the year, more than 60 persons have been kidnaped and six of them are still being held for ransom. Monday's other death was that of Argentine-born Ford Motor Co. accountant Luis Giovanelli, 34, who succumbed to bullet wounds suffered when leftist guerrillas shot him in a kidnap attempt outside the Buenos Aires Ford plant May 21. Shortly after that shooting, Ford met a guerrilla demand for payment of $2 million to Argentine charities in return for a guerrilla promise not to harm any more of the company's employes. Mario Baratella, vice president of the Argentine branch of the Bank of Italy, was abducted Monday outside his home in suburban Buenos Aires, police said. Also kidnaped was Pedro Cazachkov, head of a food products company who was taken from his house by armed men. His company reported a $700,000 ransom was demanded for his safe return. Guerrilla Groups Argentina's various guerrilla groups — some Peronist —have kept up their extremist activities under the Campora government, limiting their targets to "monopolies and the armed forces." "The time of violence lias no place or excuse in Argentina today," Campora said in his 23- minute television address to the nation Monday night, lie said groups "taking the law into their own hands must stop. This government will firmly exercise its authority to assure orderly change." C a m p o r a's words echoed those made Thursday by his mentor, former President Juan D. IVron, who returned to Argentina alter 1)J years in exile and called in a speech for! a "peaceful revolution" Ilia! "would not cost the life of i Isingle Argent inc." FREE! Two 5-Piece Place Settings When % You SavU % S Mm Get a good deal on a Gremlin. And get a good deal more. AMERICAN MOTORS BUYER PROTECTION PLAN ri 1. A simple, strong guarantee. When you buy a new 1973 car from an American Motors dealer, American Motors Corporation guarantees to you that, except for tires, it will pay for the repair or replacement of any part it supplies that is defective in material or workman- Bhip .This guarantee is good for 12 months from the date the car ia first used or 12,000 miles, whichever comes first. All we require is that the car be properly maintained and cared for under normal use and service in the fifty United States or Canada, and that guaranteed repairs or replacement be made by an American Motors dealer. 2. A freo loanor car from almost every one of our dealers if guaranteed repairs take overnight. 3. Special Trip Interruption Protection. 4. And a toll free hot line to AMC Headquarters. Buy a new 73 Gremlin from us now. Because right now, you'll get year-end savings and you'll get something nobody else can offer: the benefits of American Motors exclusive Buyer Protection Plan. 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