Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 16, 1963 · Page 17
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 17

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Viet Nam Outpost Provides Many Unusual Diversions A com§ AJVfi iieng WffffE ^fofjuwjh J« the headffliltte* tallying Ot thfe Mil- post defending this village degp in the Mekong Delta are* bf South Viet Nittit 1H dh« cofnef 8f (he rww Is a two-way raffld embedded lh a concrete Will 1A art effort to keep it ffttfft teN §e4*ed By Gdfflfrtu- nlst Viet eohg attaekcrs. to ah- other txmt is a boa ebnstHetbf. The snake l« I batty; IbOttt tour feet UJHg, 8 pet kept By the meti of the Unit. The food for lynch, a blend of Vietnamese and Chinese, is good, there are chicken, beef, pqrlc and vegetable* in various mik- tures, and. boiled dry rtee. TH«j local beer is served with cracked ice. The conversation is interest- A Wedding In Your tfutttfef Be sure to see the China and Crystal and register in our "Bridal Bftdk." VOB Receive A ¥m oiti Toe Give-A-Giff WitttittS ill i> Maia ing, The province chief tells ydii thai every night to* ou'tpmt sends most members of Us t#o 3f>man platoons out on natt against Communist guerrillas. The men of the post, Who gravely salute every visitor, cl V Uan and military* proudly d play their weapons and equ, ment. Many of them have tarn lies here With 'them, living with in the circle ot barbed wire, earth embankments and shifp- fchefl baftboo stakes Ifiai sub round the poSt, Pictures of. President Ngo Dinh Diem and members of his family and government hang On the wails of the headquarters, but the talk is of the tight against the Viet Cong, the trading in the market, the rice crop— not of politics or high polity matters. Outside the headquarters hazardous wooden Stairs lead to the watehtower. There a yoUng Vietnamese clutching a carbine and another with a portable field ra dio look out over the flat, wet land of the delta. A couple of visitors decide to take a walk. 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(tig. 24c _l4e Thermos Bottle Fllltn (1 lot) ________30c Rooster* _— 47t Leef Rakes ____ 66c Spfciol Vi Mee or Lower Counter C0R0NAD0 HI-FI STEREO Dramatic Coffee Table Styling! • 8 "Speaker** Beth f Nets • Walnut Verteer Cabinet^ • Deluxe VM Changer the SAXONY No MdHty Dewn 95 Superb combination of living stereo sound and new, functional cabinet cleslgn! 4-speea* aTutdmdKc cfianger has a lightweight tone arm, 11" padded turntable. Changer, controls and handy storage space are easily octisslbli through the itamprosf sliding" top. 48'W.. UUY OH THRIFTY PAY PLAN corpi Uteft with rifles ta$ e8§d_i* ly along, they wade through the tnud p_st i rJhlMsfe Hielrtjhiht's shop, where a surprising finely of household anielei, clothing and sundries MM be fohhU. A narrow foothrldge taws (he strollers teres*« m»\. Suddenly A machine gun opens up ifong the river. Ffiendty Or unfriendly? No one seems to know, but the province chief hurriedly suggests that the route Of* the walk be changed. It is, back along I path that lead! tO tn§ outpoSt. Inside, the boa Stirs Sleepily in the midday heat. ¥hf watehtoWer guards took Out dvef the hat, wet land Of the delta. Couple Greeted On Anniversary 8)AST OALESBURG -*Mh and Mrs. Hoyt Elmhre Celebrated their 19th wedding anniversary Sunday St their home. Gueils Wfcre Mr. and Mrs. Bud Templetdn and Cathy, Knoxyille, Atr. and Mrs. Lawrence Car^ehtCr and Mr. and Mrs. tilt! Lundein of GalegbUfg ahd, Mr. M Mrs. John Long of Macon, Ga. Mfi. Long, is Elmore's daughter. Refreshments were served by Kathryn and Mary; daughters of the Elmores, assisted ay MISS Msry Fero, daughter bf Mr-, and Mrs. nebert rero. Mire tne handicapped todsy and help the Amerifcah of tbmbrBw. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Last Laugh MffiDLEBMY, CoriH. (AI») -Ih 1919, while students John Coe and Bob Brahdegee were living in the Phi Sig house at Williams college^ Coe decided lb play a practical joke oh his friend. Brandegee was going to New Jersey for the weekend. 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