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I r Qalesburg ltejfsrer«Maft - -1 GALESBUKG, ILL.. ., JtfLY 5, im S PAGE 27 afifii-lMissdufi fivers at the same ette ex* ST. LOUIS (UPI) vertaries, came .together under ume the .folfiet the Gateway Arch on the river- peditiofi did in left, front Wednesday as eight ca noeists retracing the ^^^^^•^^^p^ ^^^^ ^*e" ^em ^e^Rpngg^ ^pga ^RS "RBmi SBBh4ftv ^Bm !•••(• ^SJSS^ ^ST ^h^der SH Dean Campbell of retracing the itiaiden field, 111., said the toughest exploation of the Mississippi part of their journey so far has River 300 years ago arrived to been on the Pox River near highlight Independence Day fes- Appleton, Wis. Commenting on tivities in St. I/mis. the Mississippi, he said, "This The voyagers, reenacting the river can get very wild and historic journey of Father choppy, but the current here Jacques Marquette and explor- didn't surprise us. We utilized er Louis Jolliet, arrived at the it." ; cobblestone levee on a typically One of the many dignitaries warm July day to be greeted among the crowd, John Kyi, by a few thousand persons, the assistant secretary of the in- early arrivals among the tradi- terior for congressional relationally large riverfront crowd pons, told the crowd, "I'm sure celebrating the Fourth of July, that the reenactment voyagers A fireworks display scheduled have thought on some occa- for Wednesday night rounded sions that the first voyage was out a full day of activity. an easy one. The first one had The tanned and rugged - look- n0 deadlines, no receptions, no tag voyagers, including a Jes- dinners 8,1(1 no tugboats, uit priest and a 14-year-old boy, Another speaker, George came singing heartily down the Whitewater, chief of the Kicka- river in their wooden canoes. P°° Nation, spoke of the plight They passed close to the Illinois of the Indians on this Inde- side of the mile-wide riverway, Pendence Day. He said, My Ead s people are still asking: 'May Bridge, but paddled vigorously w e have our independence? to fight the swift current and Hav « vou live , d bv the 10 Com ' landed right at the foot of the mandments? 630-foot-high arch. They pulled The independence Day arnv- their two boats up onto sandy al at the arch came nearly sev- soil and, leaving their mocca- e " weeks after the eight canoe- sins at the water's edge, walked N^^ 3 " their 3 <)00-mile trip • barefoot to a sneakers' ros- K St / 1 «^ e ' *± J wT i:ey has taken them across Wisp nnflr „ ,consin and down the Mississip- SP fm g the^Dereons Iowa ' ^ Quad aties witn tne persons fa mtafa d fo to ^ drawn by the magic of the nv- ic ^ town u Hannibal home er They planned to camp out of Mark md Alto m under the arch Wednesday Mass Apartment Hi LONG BEACH, Calif. (UPI) i engulf the front of the An explosion apparently set building." off when a slow leak In a gas main was ignited by a passing were no reports of but four injuries were car tore a 40-foot trench in the reported, and authorities feared street and destroyed a two- others may have been trapped story apartment house Wednes- in the fire. day night, police said. r Two of the injured, Arthur Four persons suffered minor Falyer, 23, and his wife, Lana, injuries and burns in fleeing the 22, suffered burns on the lowe* building, which was demolished parts of their bodies, by a blowtorch of gas that roar- Daniel Callecod, 23, escaped ed into the sky and set it afire .with a sprained ankle at 8:45 p.m. Damage was estimated $200,000. hissing noise A man walking his dog said explosion, he saw "the gas main in the A second building was threat street explode and a wall of fire ened by the blaze. a sprained ankle after jumping from his apartment. at I He said he heard a 4 'loud, prior to the gliding under famed Voyagers Reach St. Louis Eight canoeists paddle post the famous did Bads Bridge as plorer Louis Joliet, started the four-month, 3,000-mile trip I they make their way into St ILouis to highlight Independence May 17. The eight remained in St, (Louis Wednesday, (hen Day festivities on the riverfront. The voyagers, reenacting continued their journey south to ithe Arkansas River and will the historic journey of Father Jacques Marquette end ex- return to Wisconsin by way of the Illinois River. UNIFAX INDIAN ECHOE MODERN CAMP GROUND lowers . . . Electricity . . . Water . . . Fishing & Boat Rental SUPPER CLUB South - Montello, River Phone (414) 297-9987 TISH BECKY TAC JIM Firefighters Beat a speakers' trum to greet the crowd. Camo under Arc! After One Horse Fire 9 mingled briefly they' pi ' stops at such places as PALM (UPI) SPRINGS, The "One Fire," the worst to night, a.Mass celebrated S« v *m T!f»er*iif»rl by the Rev. Charles T. McNery, lot ^ C11 A * ca >^ u ™ S.J., the modern-day Marquette, Qff Sillkill** Boat held at the nearby old cathedral. The next stop on their ST. U)UK (UPI)-A Collins- man was credited The next stop on their voyage is Prairie du Rocher, ville, with the rescue of seven per­ il 1., 111., 50 miles downstream. Their arrival in St. Louis on sons,from a sinking cabin cruis- the 197th birthday of the United er in the Mississippi River States was a happy accident. Wednesday. They are sticking meticulously A Coast Guard spokesman to the schedule followed by the said Richard Long of Collins- original voyagers and came to ville took boat owners Larry the spot just south of the con- Crisman and Harry Hendricks vergence of the Mississippi and and their families off of the boat near- the McKinley Bridge oh the St. Louis riverfrortt. Hie Coast Guard dispatched a boat to the rescue scene but the boat was not needed, the spokesman said. The cabin cruiser shore. Calif. | The £ke consumed more than Horse (10,000 acres of brush and forest, strike I burned more than a million California this year, has been board feet of timber and cost declared contained after a five- about $1 million in destroyed day battle. The fire still burns timber, ruined watershed, fire- and forestry officials are still fighting funds and other ex- looking for men with both penses, according to the U.S. firefighting and mountain Fofest Service and the stab climbing experience. [Division of Forestry. The blaze Although the blaze is now ringed in, hot spots inside the One could continue to Morongo Horse begun near the was Springs on Indian Reservation perimeter burn for three or four weeks, Saturday by children playing officials said. with fireworks. Ar Wilderness Fire State y of Men and federal forestry of ABOVE ALL WHITE ROOFING 3424)185 was safely towed to KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN Quart $4.19 3 for $12 SUNNY BROOK BOURBON or BLEND $3.39 FOUR ROSES IMPERIAL BACARDI RUM WINDSOR CANADIAN uart BARTON Q.T. 5th $3.59 SMIRNOFF VODKA 10 Proof $3.99 Gilbey't Vodko BARCLAYS BOURBON Quart $4.19 77 SCOTCH 5th $5.99 Potters Crown Canadian Quart $4.49 $3.39 Pabst 12 p c *£*2 MILLERS KING GEORGE SCOTCH $3.99 CIGARETTES REGULAR or XING SIZE CARTON $3.59 100mm BIZC CARTON $3.69 ANDEKER Much of the fire is burning stands of pine trees in remote, officials fielded an army almost inaccessible, wilderness h&M men, and mounted what canyons. Even helicopters can't they described as the biggest land men in those areas, fire helicopter operation in the area officials have said..They _are to ferry .them to mopt^in canvassing the Western states areas. for seasoned rock climbers with The blaze burned through firefighting experience - the bnishland and then flamed into only men with the skills to L, h timber cotmtrv raHr* clamber hundreds of feet down !" gh r*** TOUntr y> racing sheer clififs and then cut a fire though pine trees more than break ahead of pine-fed flames. | *W feet tall and climbing to an elevation of 6,500 feet. Firefighters needed 12 helicopters to chase it as it moved higher into the mountains, snaking through isolated canyons of the Mt. San Jacinto Wilderness Area and burning to the fringes of Mt. San Jacinto State Park, a scenic camping and hiking region. Clouds of smoke (and ash hung over Palm Springs, a popular Southern California desert resort. The last link in the fire break surrounding the blaze was forged by 10 members of the Calaveras County Mountain Rescue team, the type of mountaineer-fireman the terrain demanded. They rappelled by ropes down a steep cliff to cut the last 2.5 mile line Wednesday. KESSLER GILBEY'S GIN V% Gollon $7,99 CHRISTIAN BROS. BRANDY $4.79 Seville Rum 5th $3.39 PIPLOMAT GIN or VODKA Quoit $3.69 CHIVAS REGAL SCOTCH 5th $7.99 LIMIT TWO Pabst Pack NR'i PACK NR's $2.19 PACK NH» $1.69 PABST LOOSE CANS Dollar Still Ailing OLD STYLE PACK SCHLITZ BLATZ PACK CANS PACK NB'l •1.19 Europ 1 GEMEINDE BRAU $1.39 PACK CANS $1.19 PACK CANS PABST PACK CANS MEISTER BRAU 12-Ox. BoliUs Plttf Deposit LONDON (UPI) ~ The once* almighty dollar gained a little strength markets $2.99 illness lZ-Os. BoUUS Plus D«pocil BLATZ 12-Os. BoitUi Piu« Deposit $1.99 Optn Sunday 1 to 8 p.m AD PRICES COOD THURSDAY NIGHT* JULY 5 THRU SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1973. STAG $3.59 12-Os. BotllM Plus Deposit DREWRYS 12-Oz. CA on Bottles ¥ ytsiy Plus Deposit in European money today, but was described as still sick with an economists could not diagnose. Brokers and dealers on European exchanges insisted the dollar was worth more than its current capitals. prices These in various have prices fallen day after day for more than a month. But there were fractional changes markets GALESBURG DRIVE-IN LIQUORS, INC. as European money opened today. In London, Paris and Amsterdam the dollar climbed slightly. "There's a lot of uncertainty/' a Paris dealer said as the dollar's price there bounced up and down. It opened in Paris at 4.06 francs after 1597 N.Henderson Golesburg, Illinois | Wednesday at closing 4.01. In 30 ;minutes, the dollar dropped to; U.03 francs, then bounced back! to 4.045. I Dl NO. 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