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4 Search Team Recovers Remains of V. S. Soldiers Ute seatt* team recovered HOSPITAL NOTES Galesbufd Redlster-Moll, Gdlesburg, III. Thursday, July 12, 1973^9 ilif 1 r- t • i "if i w » • * . ~ ~" fci wiiniMwimi*inii • ^.n—• •• *»» - • -^-«# They'll Do It Every Time St. Mary's GEORGE E. McKENNA gle Snapp officiating. Burial will be Geofge E. McKenna, 85, of in Carman Cemetery. 708 S. Chambers St., died Visitation will be Thursday I covered remains of Americans Wednesday at 9 p.m. at St. from 7 to 8 p.m. at the Fiedler SAIGON (UP!) - A search team descended Wednesday by the remains from an Army URl cable from hovering tJ.S. Aif Huey helicopter that crashed in Force helicopters through a jun* the mountainous jungle along canopy in mountains about the Centitai Coast northeast of Mrs. Aletha Cosner, w TOSS ALU THE CAM UWSIpdfifHER SO WI SORT v EfA OUT J ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY: ihull • XI p.m. Mary's Hospital. He was born July 18, 1887, near London Mills, and married Delia Vin Camp on Nov. 24. 1908. Me was a rural mail carrier at Maquon for 46 years, retiring in 1956. * He was a member of Maquon United Methodist Church and served on the church board. He was also a member of the Odd Funeral Home, Dallas City. 190 miles from Saigon and re- Saigon in 1967. Gary L Dainieta, "Tte aircraft carried several % MM^Baird Ave. men who had bsen carried as Mrs. Diana L. Dress, Knoxville missing for six yaars. Brig. Canoe Races I^1?J^^L, te 12 Are Held At Gen. Robert C. King- missing in action since the ston said in a statement that c ^»^ K i^ s ^ The Army did identification laboratory many men were in I whether remains of not say how aboard or all of the Thailand, where he commands missing were recovered. Names a unit charged with accounting of the men were withheld. London Mills 1 ,or 1383 Amerlca " s listtd * It was the fifth successful LONDON MILLS — The team land 1,100 unrecovered of Bill Sanders and Gordon dead. missing in action in Indochina!recovery mission since the unitj 3 Ms monthsi Fellows Lodge and the Knox Carriers Boyer, both of Havana, won the County Rural Letter Assri. Surviving are Mrs. Lavere men*s event with a time of 36 minutes and 53 seconds in the a> daughter, , f . n Buckingham, canoe races held on Spoon River Galesburg; two sisters, Mrs. La- here Sunday afternoon. Vena Rickords, Galesburg, and The annual event drew 84 Mrs. Hilda Foster, Chicago, five Raters from as far away as grandchildren and a great- Kansas, grandchild. Other winners were Carolyn Funeral will be Friday at 2:30 Schisler and Berta Lou Wolford, p .m. at Maquon United Meth- ^th from London Mills, in the odist Church, with Rev. John , adies division; Ronald and Clarke officiating. Burial will Rust y Howell of Havana in the father and son race: Ronald be in West > Midway Cemetery, London Mills. Visitation will be Fridav after 10 a.m. at the church. Memorials may be made to Maquon United Methodist Church, the family said. known | began operations ago, military sources said. Investors Find Rules Different NEW YORK (UPI) tors who have fluttered from Wall Street "Inves • Prices Turn Mixed Today away now may begin drifting back, but may find that the rules of the they CLYDE CHAPIN OQUAWKA-Clyde Obapin, 77, Oquawka, died today at 5:20 a.m. He was bom Dec. 1, 1895, in Arkansas. He was an antique dealer and a veteran of World War I. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Ivan Hufhagel, Des Plalnes, and Mrs. Violet T. O 'Farrell, Burlington, and several cousins. Funeral will be Saturday at 2 p.m. at Oquawka United Methodist Church. Rev. Clair B. Noblitt will officiate. The family will be at the Turn-bull Funeral Home Friday from 3-8:30 p.m. Burial will be at the Oquawka Cemetery, where military rites will be held. Howell and Danny Thompson of f? me } avetr changed '» says r Alexander Hamilton Institute, MRS. GERTRUDE D. DOWELL BURLINGTON Mrs. Gertrude D. Dowall, 79, of Lomax, died Wednesday at 1:30 a.m. at Park Manor Nursing Home. She .was born April 21, 1894, in Carman, and worked as a practical nurse. Shs was a member of Carman United Methodist Church. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Ortha Darr, Oarrolton, aid Mrs. Nittie Smiddy, Lomax; eight grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Funeral .will be Friday at 10 a.m. at Carman United Methodist Church, with Rev. Marvin Mr. George E. McKenna Age 85 708 S. Chambers, Galesburg Services: 2:30 P.M. - FRIDAY MAQUON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH. Friends may call after 10 A.M. Friday at the church. Burial in West Midway Cemetery, London Mills. ROOT (funeral Oiome Havana in the under-18 group; Lynn Nuding and Mark Stephens both of Havana, in the mixed class, and Don Tice of London Mills and Dave Way of Maquon in the row boat division. In the 12-mile scramble, Dave iDuff of Pontiac and Ronald Shafer of Chatsworth were first. Bill Sanders, Gordon Royer, 36:53. Don Young, Randy Way. 41:47. Dave Duff, Ronald Shafer, 42:3*. 43-44 Gillmore ' Charles Faust. Mark Stephens, Rusty Howell 44:13. Jerome Brodine, Don Owen, 49:45. Dale Peterson. Bill Brooks. 50:20. Alan Caves. Jim Smith, 50:58. Bob Ylahovich, Rich RiccionI, 51:00. , Paul Clapue: WUliam Percy, 51:23. Patrick Breslin, Guv Vitali, 51:52. Gary Sandberg, 51:1*8. Greg Timmons, Walt Reisenbigler, 52:22. Jerry Scott, Rich Robertson, 52:43. Dana Tonelli, 53:2. Randy Powell, Steve Holland, 54:57. Mark Hinrichs, Mike Hinrichs, 55:45. Jim Matarelli. Ron Budzinski, 56:18. Norm Winich, Carl Waggoner, 1:06.43. Ladies Carolyn Schisler, Berta Lou Wolford, 59:28. Linda Deines. Rhonda Hartley, 1:06.46. Father and Son Ronald Howell, Rusty Howell, 44:25. Jay Waters, Judson Waters, 56:05. Under II Ronald Howell, Danny Thompson, 44:43. David Scharfenberg, Mike Piatt, 50:56. Mixed Lynn Nuding, Mark Stephens, 45:17. Ronald Howell, Beth Stephens, 47:10. Robert Mitchell, Vickie Mitchell, 50:56. Sandy Burns, Carol Bums, 53:46. Jim Nowlan, Jan Koran, 1:01.26. Lynn Lawvwe, Judy Toohill, 1:09.11. Row Boat Don Tice, Dave Way, 55:25. Craig Weber, Bob Weber, 1:01.13. Blair Schisler, Lawrence Hulick, 1:04.12. Kevin Brooks, John Baylor, 1:04.35. Scramble Dave Duff, Ronald Shafer, 2:01.55. Jack Gillmore,' Charles Faust, 2*13 14 'Norman Helle. Dave Riley, 2:21.13. Brian Kennelly, Phil Kennelly, 2 "34 26 "Kyle Kennelly, Harley Smith, 2*39 08 " Craig Evans, Robert Hand, 2:42.38. Kim Sylvester, Dave Griffin^ 2*44 36 Bill kehn, Jim Blosser, 3:00.39. On Exchan NEW YORK (UPI). the New York on Exchange Prices Stock Investment Chatter Inc. The firm says the disillusioned small investor may not return to the market, particularly since many of the little guys never came back after the 1970 recession. And for many small investors, the institute says, the 1970 recession resulted in sharp losses in equity holdings as well as jobs. Now many of these potential investors are committed to savings accounts and and "the stock market just so much more turned mixed in I moderate trading around noon today. Analysts said there was some concern over the renewed decline of the dollar on foreign markets, and some profit taking after a three-day rally. The Dow Jones industrial average was off 5.42 at 902.77 shortly before noon. Advances, led declines, 603 to the Mrs. Salye A, Johnson, Abingdon Mrs. Sharon J. Lamer, Laura Julian A. Mitchell, 987 N. Seminary St. Carlos Prudencio, 2405 Costa Dr. Mrs. Betty M. VanFleet, 954 Mulberry St. DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY: William E. Miller, Wataga Mrs. Vera R. Henry, London Mills Mrs. Francis E. Higbee, North Henderson Mrs. Charlotte Washington, Americana Nursing Home Frank J. Delach, St. David Mrs. Adaline O. Wcimer, Kewanee Mrs. Catherine L. Parrish, Alexis Mrs. Margaret Ycrlcy, Victoria Willis Alexander, 494 S. Henderson St. Eddie Sykes, 693 Day St. (Mrs. Grace Ginther, Abingdon I PUT 6UT AN OLD RUBBISH CAN WITH A NOTE ON IT ASKING THfiM 1© TAKE If AWAY- TH 6y TOOK THE NOTE AN O LEFT THE CAN it i HOW COMB MINE ARC ALWAYS THB ONK THEY RUM ©VSR? VOU'LL COST HAFtX PUT ZIP OX* NUMBERS CM THE dOVERS AND MAIL *EA\ SACK / Hi ••v * • i 1 4 'v>Iv rrrm _ + _ T _ * • • 4 ITS LIKE WIN' OUTVOURONVM RUBBERS A CLOAK- ROOiW" i J— •MEM Cottage ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY: 1,589 issues bonds, has lost liquidity," it adds. The dollar improvement of. the on the international monetary front and indications lift the the administration may freeze ahead wage-price schedule has of market on to a performance in recent sessions, E. F. Hutton says. "The earlier which the spurred the strong were accom- rally attempts market staged panied by some improvement in only one segment of the gloomy news background," it adds. The brighter news picture combined with anticipated good second-quarter earnings'reports bolster the odds that the upside of the market the best into momentum "could develop and longest rally of the year," according to the firm. "The Federal Reserve Board will continue its attempt to brake the economy through a policy that is neither highly restrictive nor accommodative," Dean Witter 4 Co.'s Memorandum. This however, 595, among traded. Two-hour turnover amounted to around 6,910,000 shares, compared wiitlh 7,950,000 in the same period Wednesday. Ford Motor Co., which raised its quarterly dividend, was the mosit active issue, off J /s at 56 on 110,400 sshatres. Pennsylvania Power & Light was second, off % at 22 on 83,100 shares, and Internaitiow3l Telephone & Telegraph third, off % 77,100 shares. Glamors were mixed. Schlumbergar gained 1. Corning j Glass lost 2%, Avon Products 1% and Textron VA. Electronics and computers were mixed. IBM lost 1 Vz, Honeywell 1V4 and Burroughs 1. With the price of gold rising abroad as the dollar declined, gold mining issues turned up. ASA Ltd., Campbell Red Lake and Dome Mines wens point- sized gainers. Oils moved in both directions. Getty gained 1%. California Standards lost 1%. Steels, motors, rails, airlines and aircrafts were mixed in fractions. Chemicals were frac- Norman Adams, 327 E. Second St. Miss Rebecca J. Allen, 905 E. South St. Charles B. Atchison, Avon Mrs. Connie L. Chandler, Berwick Mrs. LaNita M. Day, Woodhull Mrs. Bernadine L. Johnson, Galesburg Route 1 Mrs. Pearl P. Johnson, 835 Wisconsin Ave Mrs. Zelma M. Linder, Wataga Mrs. Barbara E. Lisenbee, Galesburg Route 1 Mrs. Zelpha M. Pendarvis, Avon Virgil F. Peterson, Altona Mrs. E. Bernice Rodda, , , 537 E. South St. at 32 A on Mrs Wendy Seward, Knoxville Mrs. Maude V. Sperry, Bushnell : Mrs. Veronica' Fleming, 900 W. Dayton St. DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY: Traffic Court L. S. Traffic Accidents Arrests mem to jail Jerry L. Jones, 31, 555 Pearl St., was sentenced seven days in the county Wednesday in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court for driving with an expired license. Three persons were hurt] Patrick L. Fegan, 19£?50 Wednesday in a 2-car collision Pennsylvania Ave., was mg$st- nt the corner of Main and Farn -jcd Wednesday by Galcsbujjhpo- Hcc for burglary after JHice ham streets. at St. ,,ast week recovered a safcCRom erwicfcSFe- Treated and released Mary's Hospital were Robert a farm pond near Avon Taylor, 43, 724 W. First 's. Purchase, 23, 556 N. Semi- gan is accused of taking thwafe St., was fined $200, and Floyd-nary St.: Katherine B. Martens,; from Sudzy s Coin-Op Laujidry, Brsnnon, 61, 557 Holton St., $150,!(, 6 , Peoria, and Marjoric L. Mc-|H20 N. Henderson bt.* JfflC 19. each for driving while intoxi-'cartney, also 56. Police said'About $240 was taken froRCthe cated. I the collision between Pur-;safc before it was dumpejfclnto E.'chases* vehicle and the one op- the pond, a police spokMjman Katherine Martens said. Other arrests arc pending. Samuel H. Johnson, 53£Jhdi- Fined $25 were Kathy Walbert, 18, 1409 E.i Main St., crated by permitting an unauthorized per- occurred when the woman al?on to drive, and Rudolph G.'tegodly ignored a stop sign. Sanburg 68, Knoxville, illegal Marjorie McCartney was a pas- anapolis, Ind., was lakegjntn tr^spwtation of liquor. senger in the Martens vehicle, custody Wednesday neajj-the Fined for speeding were Rob- Witnesses said the Martens c*»r corner of KeVogg and Tongns Canton, was traveling at a high rate of streets. He was booked foE &ub- Kathcnnc Martens was lie intoxication. MONMOUTH - ler. 37. 701 N. Keith tfSfeut- says Economic gradualism can prevent reces- J "stagflation in 1974," although by tionally lower. Richard J. Engels, Woodhull Walter I. Disbennett, 973 E. Fifth St. LaVerne Chard, Aledo Faron L. Bedenbender, Blandinsville Mrs. Linda L. Lundgren, 601 Dudley St. Mrs. Alice M. Neill, 1865 Indiana Dr. Ross L. Brownlee, Monmouth John C. Rowe, Canton Mel H. Hallock, 1165 Maple Ave. Christopher L. Reading, 21 W. Third St. erl A. Klinedinst, 31, $13; Robert L. Foglesong, 30,'speed. Woodhull, $11; Leon F. Dier- Cilcd for disregarding the stop dorff, 40, 1806 Clay St., $12;: signal. The mishap occurred Johnny W. Wells, 28, Rock about 6:30 p.m. Island, $12; John W. Sharpc, Velma L. Mead,. 46, 172 W. charged Wednesday at 7:2£B-nv CO, Silvis, $15; Mary L. Bock, Mary St., was charged with with disorderly conduct oi£ronv ,23, Maquon, $12; Richard W. fpiling to yield the right of way ph»nt of his wife. Henry', 20, Mount Auburn, Iowa, after her car hit one driven by A disorderly conduct S13, and James S. Nelson, 57,'William M. Pippis, 26, 458 E.'was also placed WedncscBS Minneapolis, Minn., $11. Fined $10 for speeding were Bahrain Massoud, 21, Peoria; Bruce G. Stout, 31, Davenport; Steven L. Coates, 17, Maquon, and Ronald C. Wirts, 27, Ana- oBargc at First St.,"Wednesday about 7:20,3:05 p.m. against Danny lj£Mc- p. m., pushing Pippis' car intx> one driven by Perry L. Paddock, 33, 1289 Beeclfcr Ave. The mishap occurred at the corner of Chambers and Mulberry sfree/ts. No injuries were re- 184; ported. Intyrc, 20, of near Monnwuth. The complaint stemmed ij$m a family quarrel. Fire Calls Galesburg firefighters were POW's Wife it 4 Fairview • Maquon Weiskopf Leader In British Open sion and the letter says warns inflation may rise per cent while real growth may log a 3 per cent advance. Cool Weather I Files Divoi Causes Rain Plains mosa, Iowa. Alice M. Terpening, 18, Garfield Ave., and Debby K .j A ticket for failing to reduce j called to the T House 89 S Patty, 17, 522 Isle Royale Rd., ' were each fined $10 for disobeying traffic signals. speed to avoid an accident wasjseminary St., today at 9:21 a.m. issued to Jean E. Cole, 23, 1228 where a deep fat fryer had ap-. E. Main St., after her car hit[ pare ntly been left on during the Fined $10 for violations of li- the back of a pickup - camper TROON, Scotland (UPI) Tom Weiskopf held off the four of U.S. Open abandoned Miller and protesting birdie Walkout Ends In Uruguay MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay (UPI) — The 500,000-member National Workers Convention (CNT) announced today it had its general strike the new government's one-man rule, but vowed charge Champion Johnny then boosted his overnight lead to three strokes with a course|the struggle will continue. record 67 today in early second the $125,000 Collanse of the walkout was By United Press International Cool weather seeped into the northern Plains today to replace a heat wave which had gripped the area, touching off widespread thunderstorms. Diaimaging winds and hail accompanied several of the more Suit Petition SAN JOSE, Calif. (UPI) The wife of a Navy captain who spent 5V& years in a prisoner of camp in Hanoi Wednesday filed suit for dissolution of their ;lil-year marriage. Joan Profilet of nearby Palo Alto cited irreconcilable differences in her petition which was on file Wednesday in Santa Clara County Superior Court. Her husband is Capt. Leo T. Profilet, 44, who returned to this country March 18 saying he cense classifications were Jerry G. Lufkin, 22, East Galesburg, and Terry A. Barnes, 18, Altona. Betty A. Kelly, 43, Peoria, and Lucille P. Sollenberger, 61, Abingdon, were each fined $10 for failing to yield the right of way. Others fined $10 Wednesday operated by Rodney E. Schultz, 46, Mobile City Trailer Court. Ti.e accident occurred at 5:28 p. m. in the 1600 block of Grand Avenue. MONMOUTH — A motorcycle driven bv William K. Clark, 23, 312 W. Eighth Ave, overturned in the yard of his home Wednos- werc Ricky Sandoval, 25, San;day at 7:15 p.m. and injured a night, causing the building to fill with smoke. There was no fire, authorities said. MONMOUTH Firefighters hitchhiking; Diego, Calif., Claries F. Klun, 36, ColAagc Grove, Minn., illegal stopping; Gregory C. Duley, 17, Yates City, spinning tires; Shirley A. Still, 22, Abingdon, driving thejmouth, was charRed Wednesday wrong way on a 1-way street;'at 3:40 n.m. with improocr back- Debra I. Main, 20, 144 W. Sim-;'n« after he backed his nickim mons St., driving with ficticious!from a parkin* soace at Hitch's and Walter I. Disben -i Locker and struck a car oper- passcngcr, Jeanne Clark, 21, same address. She was taken in' Community Memorial Hospital for treatment, [.ester E. Innian, 37, Mon- were called Wednesday at 6:02 p.m. to the home of Corrine Stinson, 1106 E. Eighth St. An electrical malfunction in wiring burned some of the insulation in the attic. round play in generally attributed to govern- of force to evict and British Open golf championship, ment use Weiskopf had a nine-under- unionists who oar 36-hole total of 135 with a occupied plants, and to other- seized the organized five^birdie round of 33-34, while wise break up Miller had a 35-33—68 for a six- resistance to the regime. . . . .. _ ..favored amnesty for young men pomrfu ^storms which roamed |who fled the United states to the northern Plains and portions cf the Upper Mississippi Valley. The wind surged to nearly 80 miles per hour iait Livingston, Mont., during an intense storm Wednesday night and driving rain soaked International Falls, Minn. escape the draft. Wallace Mail Mostly Critical MONTGOMERY, Ala. Mail received by (UPI) Gov. under par 138 total. Miller, two strokes A tornado was sighted early!George C. Wallace since his today near Duluth, Minn., but i j u i y 4th appearance with Sen. down A union communique said the victory of j there were no reports of dam- Edward M. Kennedy, D-Mass., plmtes, nett, 22, 976 E. Fifth St., muffler violation. MONMOUTH—Fined Wednesday in Warren County Traffic Court on speeding charges were Floyd L. Hicks, 38, Roseviile, $10, and William E. Burkhamer, 46, Edgerton, Wis., $13. Pilot Errors . Caused Mexican Airliner Crash atcd by Arthur H. Hanson, 75, 321 N. A St. Hanson had stopped his car on Euclid Avenue to wait for a traffic signal. Cars driven bv William G. Gavin. 17, 604 N. G St., and Vin- cin7o Pizzo. 19, 115 S. Main St.. roin.ded Wednesdav ?at 6:14 Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY -Miss Diane r Lynn Olson and Dale Edward Stickle, both of Wataga. Mrs. Dixie R. (Smith) Gutierrez, 1191 Willprd St., and Rodney B. Rickords, Knoxville. Miss Sharon Joyce Louderman, 540 Lombard St., and William Hillier Jr., 1510 Rock Island Ave. STARK COUNTY Jeanne p.m. at the corner of Main (Marsha Ann Grunloh and Rich- Rae Crilly, TiskiUva, and Robert Harley Fulk, Wyoming; Street and Euclid Avenue. Gavin was northbound on Main Street and had stopped his car for the Euclid Avenue traffic signal when it was struck from behind] by the Pizzo car. No charges were made, as the accident was ard Lynn Smith, both of Bradford, and Joyce Lorraine Hockett, Toulon, and David Charles Jones, Aurora. Births Mr. lUlph Wm. Crafty Washington, P.C. Funeral Services: v 10 A.M. - FRIDAY ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH. Friends may call at the Foley Mortuary this afternoon and evening where prayers will be said at 8 P.M. Burial in St. Joseph's Cemetery. overnight, put the pressure on Weiskopf immediately with birdies at the 7th, 10th, 11th and 16th holes but the 30-year-old Columbus, Ohio, pro who has won $117,145 in the past seven weeks, replied with birdies of his own at the 3rd, 4th, 7th, llth and 16th holes despite a cold, driving rain which swept over the 7,064-yard Troon Old Course when he was battling the back CNT would use the small Vietnam over powerful North American imperialism" as an example for a prolonged struggle. Historic Sights Closed to Traffic ROME (UPI) - The city council decided Wednesday to of the has been mostly critica MEXICO CITY (UPI) -|rennrtcd at the police station |„ orn at Co||agc , |ogp , |a , to: Aviation authorities said todayi Mrs. Martha F. Lnvifl. 4.),; Mr. and Mrs. David E. Bloom- boy Wednesday al aides : Pilot errors caused the crash of^onmoufh, and Doak I, Davis,! * Tou| a b( ' an Aeromexico DC9 airliner,16- Cameron, were involved in,J t (H7 / shared ^ne 20 that killed 27 persons, !;i 2-car accident Wcdncsdav at, m |nd ' Mrs age or injuries. Other thunderstorms lingered sa id Wednesday. oyer the Atlantic seaboard and; Wallace and Kennedy shared,--- m T mpricans ' the j3:45 p.m. on U.S. 34 about three along the Gulf Coast early to-the platform at the Spirit of)« 0 hem Americans ne .^.. l " e! 1 11 tourist resort of Puerto Vallar- Dennis L. day. Fair skies and mild temperatures reigned from the middle Mississippi Valley to the Appalachians today. America billed it Festival. Both men as nonpolitical, 'but party leaders said it was an indication that rifts in the Democratic Party ; patched up. in were being ta. Civil aeronautics Torres director said miles east of Monmouth. The drivers were eastbound and Chandler, Berwick, a Wednesday at 11:31 p.m. boy BOSSIER CITY, La. Mr. area congested including close a historic Rome, TVevi fountain, to most private automobile ttfaffic effective and July 28. In addition to noise pollution caused by the traffic, experts have warned that its vibrations endangered the Colosseum and more recently the nearbv Arch of Constantine. Excluded from the ban are public and tour buses and cars driven by public officials, doctors on duty and residents lor persons employed in the area. Canned Ice Tea Sales Booming COLUMBUS (UPI) Bever- Inc. said age Management today consumer acceptance of the recently introduced canned iced tea bolstered its Lipton sales the quarter ending a record of more Mirisch Elected HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Producer Walter Mirisch was elected president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the academy an* nounced Wednesday. Mirisch, who won an Academy Award for his 1967 production "In the Heat of the by the 35 Jose Rodriguez studies showed the plane was (traveling too fast and was off i course when it hit a mountain- Iside. , The plane was found south of' Puerto Vallarta after apparently wandering off course during routine landing operations on a flight from Houston to Mexico City. in June 30 to than $12 million. Officials also announced Night/' was elected agreement in principle acquire Bottling companies at Colum- Taradash, bus, Cincinnati and Lexington, past three years, who declined Ky. I to run for a fourth term. were Mrs. Lovitt was slowing her car for a flagman when it was, . w ^ „. n . ., struck from behind by the Davis and Mrs Gary Billjngs are the 1 parents of a son, Jason James, born July 1 at Bossier City General Hospital. Maternal grandfather is Leo Bybee, 325 N. Prai- St. Paterial car. Romberg Named LOS Found Dead SFSU Prexy ANGELES (UPI) Trustees of the 19-campus California State University and Colleges Wednesday appointed ne &t. ratenai grandparents are Lee Billings and Mrs. Jean Billings of Galesburg. Divorees Filed KNOX COUNTY Lewis C. Paul F. Romberg to succeed S. I. Hayakawa as president ofjRosenberry against Phyllis F. ELBURN III. (UPI) -- Marci San Francisco State. jRosenberry, Clifford W. Sexton Libanoff 22 Skokie. a student 1 Hayakawa. a semanticist,(against Emma Gene Sexton, and a ' t Northern'Illinois'University.<won national fame for his hard Richard K. Sloan against Teresa toother members of the board of vvas f ounc i ( i ea d Wednesday inline stand against student J. Sloan; succeed Daniel | an auto parked in a rest area'radicals and demonstrators, president for the |at Illinois 38 and U.S. 47 near-Romberg was appointed found- Royal Crown; governors to this Kane County community, state police said. ing president State College in 1967. of Bakersfield READ THE WANT ADS! • ^ i

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