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,10 Gajesburg _^9jste^Mo.jl r Gqle$burfl y The Almanac Monday, July ?, 1973 By United Press International Today is Monday, July 9, the 190th- day of 1973 with 175 to jollow. the moon is between its first quarter and full phase. - c The morning stars are Mars, Jupiter and Saturn. -The evening stars are Mercury and Venus. "Those born on this date are under the sign of Cancer. " Elias Howe, inventor of the sewing machine, was born July 9; 1819. .On this day in history: In 1900, Australia entered the federal British commonwealth. In 1943, American, Canadian and British forces invaded Sicily during World War II. In 1960, Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev threatened the United States with rdckets if American forces attempted to oust the Castro Communist regime in Cuba. In 1970, Maj. Gen. George Casey and six others Were killed in a helicopter crash. Casey was the seventh American general to be killed in Vietnam. It YOUR WATCH Running Out of Tim* . LET US GIVE YOUR WATCH A NEW LEASE ON LIFE! With This Ad Only Complete All Work Guaranteed for 1 Year This Includes: * Cleaning * Oiling * Timing * Regulating FAST SERVICE Rutty movement!. Chronograph* and Automatic! excepted. OTHER FRANK I JEWELERS SERVICES e Pearla reatrung, diamond set,.. ting, engraving, lilver re- plating, remounting. AAEIfa Mon - * f "- Ni,e * WEIL Til 9 P.M. Phone 343-1412 241 EAST MAIM ST. Michigan Governor Beats Drum for Trans-Canadian Pipeline RAPID CITY, S.D. (UPI)— Slope oil reserves where they would allow the oil to be de* attle, Wash., and other north* dian officials to detern^e that studies the Canadian alter- nt tvio livomH tn tho MiHwpst wifh lea* MAstfli transfer mint* in A fiovernment s attitude towara native. RAPID CITY, S.D. (UPI)Gov. William G. Milliken of Michigan Sunday urged the federal government to delay a final decision on the trans- Alaskan oil pipeline in favor of the trans-Canadian pipeline because the oil is needed most "east of the Rockies." "The Canadian route would deliver the bulk of the North Slope oil reserves where they are needed most, east of the Rockies," Milliken, a Republican, said on the eve of the three-day Midwestern Governors Conference which begins here today. Milliken said the North Slope Alaskan oil will help solve the nation's energy shortage but he added the trans-Canadian pipe would allow the oil to be delivered to the Midwest with less environmental damage and at a better price than the proposed trans-Alaskan pipeline. "The trans-Canadian pipeline would deliver relatively less ex* pensive crude oil to the Mid* west, while the trans-Alaskan pipeline would route the oil by pipeline and tanker through Se­ attle, Wash., and other north* west coastal transfer points in a way that would increase the Midwestern price," Milliken said. . Milliken said a feasibility study of the trans*Ataskan pipe* line should be conducted and that Secretary of State William Rogers should meet with Cana­ dian officials to determine that government's attitude toward a trans-Canadian route for the pipeline. U.S. senators were to vote this week on the Mondale*Bayh amendment, which would delay construction of the proposed trans-Alaskan pipeline for up to 14 months while Congress United Auto Workers Presi* dent Leonard Woodcock also came out in support Sunday of the Mondale-Bayh amendment saying it was "a sound bi* partisan solution to the energy crisis. » Board Mulls Money's Use At Woodhiill WOODHULL — Possible uses lor federal revenue (Sharing funds received by the Village of WooidhuM were discussed by members of the Viiage Board of Trustees during a meeting here July 2. Other items discussed by board members were: —Sidewalk repairs. -Installation of a tank to supply viiage vehicles with gas. —Need for a speed limit on tibe Andover blacktop east of the village. 'Problems with solicitors in the viiage. No action was taken on any of the Ateims. In other business, trustees approved a SOKsent-an-ihour raise —from $2 to $2.50-^for Randy Barton, a part-time summer employe. The raise will be retroactive to his starting date. Dr. John R. Kroger, son of Mrs. Agnes Krueger and the late Floyd Krueger, will be honored at a coffee July 8 at the toime of Mrs. Hersdhel Elliott. Krueger, who was graduated from AlWood High Srihool, recently completed his medical training at the University of Illinois, where he specialized in internal medicine. He plans to enter private practice later this month in Riooimanigton-NormaL Krueger and this wife, the for- mieir Lauise Elliott, have three sons—David, Mark and James. IllllUllillllJilllll III! •fig Women'8 Groups Protest Spending for Sterilization WASHINGTON (UP1)- Fourteen women's religious and population control organizations, most of them supporters of family planning and birth control, today called for an end of spending of funds or sterilizing minors. "We deplore the recent incidents of sterilization, an irreversible operation, of teen* age girls in Montgomery County, Alabama," the groups said. Noting that the issues in­ volved in the sterilization incidents were now before the courts, the groups said that "it is clear that neither federal nor state law and regulations took adequate cognizance of the difficult issues involved..." The Alabama case thrust the issue into prominence when the father of two teen-age black girls filed a $1 million damage suit against the government for the alleged involuntary sterilization of his daughters. While asking that Congress Ohio River Boat Accident Fatal of the re-enactment by canoe- Little York Club Sale Nets $275 LITTLE YORK - A light bulb sale held June 25 by the Little York Lions Club netted about $275, according to a club spokesman. Eighteen cartons of bulbs were sold. John Ballard, project chairman, said proceeds will be used for aid to the blind and community improvement projects. Club members still have bulbs on hand for sale, he added. Birthday Bust Robert H. Simpson, self-described "muck- job," Simpson said. "Complaining is the first raker-in-chief" of the California capitol, cele- of "your rights and you should preserve it. brated his 93rd birthday Sunday by getting When you can't complain you're lost." arrested for the 234th time. "I never stop UNIFAX because of what people think. I just do my California Protester, 93 Arrested for 234th Time CAIRO, 111. (UPI) - A boat race on the Ohio River resulted in the death of Donald Lahaie, 39, Glen Ellyn. Lahaie was killed Sunday when his boat collided with another during a race that was part of a four-day celebration ists of the journey of Marquette and Joliet 300 years ago. Authorities said the pilot of the second boat, Ray Monkie, 36, Waterloo, was treated and released at St. Mary's Hospital. Machinists. Firm Reach Accord DRY CLEANING Any SPECIAL E GARMENTS For SORRY . NO FORAAALS OR SUEDES PLEATS EXTRA No Limit — Cash & Carry Offer Good Tues., July 10 thru Sat., July 14 The CLEAN DRIVE-IN SERVICE 262 N. Prairie St. SACRAMENTO, Calif. (UPI) — State police gave feisty Robert H. Simpson, dean of the state Capitol protesters, just what he wanted for his 93rd birthday. They arrested him for the 234tih time Sunday. After a cup of coffee at the county jail, Simpson was released and returned to the Capitol rotunda to share a birthday cake with bemused tourists and enjoy a kiss from Catherine Van Dyke of Hau- burg, N.Y. "Give me a scrap and I'll be happy forever," said Simpson, Who makes it a point to be arrested feir picketing in the Cat>iitol. The airrests have occurred so often that a Capitol policeman once said, "it's like taking the caii out at night. It's something that has to be done." To Simpson, his job is to protect the people's right to complain. "Complaining is the first of your rights and you should preserve it. When you oan't complain, you're lost," he said. Reagan Favorite Target Simpson has prowled Capitol corridors since 1966 with his portable walking chair, provoking the legislature to pass a law banning his activities. The red-lettered signs of the native of Ireland—a former amateur boxer, Methodist minister and Salvation Army major —denounce officials from Presi dent Nixon on down. But Simpson's favorite target is California Gov. Ronald Reagan. "Impeach Reagan," reads one of the old man's signs. And in a letter to Reagan, Simpson has offered himself as "missionary - at - large to the SAVE LIKE A MILLIONAIRE ON AS LITTLE AS $100! ACTUAL RETURN ON 2 YR. MATURITY 5%% CERTIFICATE Of DEPOSIT Interest compounded quarterly* Automatically renewable. First National Fiist Galesburg National Bank & Trust / Established 1863 / Member F.D.l.C. heathen in control of the state of California." For Simpson's birthday party, Dr. John Summers of Sacramento provided a cake decorated with the inscription— "Happy Birthday R. H. Simpson, Fighter for Freedom." Mrs. Van Dyke, who happened along as the festivities began, cut the oake and gave slices to curious tourists. Official Praises Simpson Some warily eyed the Wispy old man, but Simpson didn't care. "I never stop because of what people think. I just do my job," he said. Simpson's 234 arrests, by his own count, have become nearly ritualized. He is taken into custody, escorted to jail and then released. Once Simpson was brought to trial and sentenced to 60 days in jail. The sentence has never been carried out. During the trial, public defender Kenneth Wells said, "There's something very, very American about this little old man ... daring to prick the consciences of people who are power of the state. And that very big people. "He is fighting against all the Reunion Is Set By Winola Class VIOLA - Winola High School CJass of 1958 will hold its 15th- year reunion July 14 at O'Melia's Supper Club. A social hour will begin at 7 p.m., and a buffet dinner will follow at 8 p.m. Class members should make reservations with Mrs. Gary Frenelj! of Alpha, Mrs. Joyce Garrett of New Windsor or Mrs. Robert Kirwin of Viola. Boston Bay Conservation Club and the Department of Conservation Game Bird Propogation Division released 360 pheasants June 28 at previously selected places throughout Mercer County- It was the third time club members have particpiated in a project to build up pheasant population. The club will release several hundred quail in August. power is directed at silencing Mr. Simpson." A move is underway in the legislature to repeal what is now known as the "Simpson Law" which bans him and other picketers from the Capitol. CAIRO, 111. (UPI)-A tentative agreement has been rejected by striking machinists at the Burkart-Randall Co. Lodge 1076 of the International Association of Machinists voted Sunday 208 to 72 against a contract reached Saturday following a 13 - hour bargaining session. The contract would have provided a 73 - cent raise over three years. "We would have accepted the economic package," said one striking machinist, "but not the language of the contract. The confusing part was that they could shift people around. to different jobs." The sovereign of Great Britain still holds the power of absolute veto but no British king or queen has Used this power since 1707. READ THE WANT ADS! amend the Family Planning Services and Population Research Act to prohibit the use of funds for involuntary sterilization of minors, the groups said: "We strongly support the right of any mature, informed adult to choose any available method of family planning, including sterilization. We believe that sterilization should continue to be available as a method of family planning but we urge Congress to draft strict, comprehensive statutory prohibitions on the use of federal funds to refer minors for sterilization or to perform sterilization on minors," the groups said. They also said the Alabama case illustrates "the dangers inherent in federal funding pf programs with inadequate federal supervision." Joining in the statement were the American Ethical Union, American Humanist Association, Church of the Brethren, Church Women United, Citizens Committee on Population and the American Future, National Council of Jewish Women, National Council of Negro Women, National Organization for Women, National Women's Political Caucus, Unitarian- Universalist Fellowship, the United Church of Christ's Division of Health and Welfare, United Methodist Board of Church and Society, Women's Equity Action League, and Zero opulation Growth. GREAT 1 FOR LOW LOW COST AUTO INSURANCE Contact: Tony Lischwe MILLERS MUTUAL INS. 411 BANK Of GALESBUKG BI.DG. 343-1166 or 343-6986 * , I All Spring & Summer Styles SANDALS 20% off Come help yourself to big, BIG savings at O.T.'s Mid-Year Shoe Clearance! All styles are sized on racks and tables for easy viewing. Each shoe is priced and sized for maximum convenience. HURRY while selections last!

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