Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 12, 1973 · Page 20
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, July 12, 1973
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-1 I f ) .3* as* a? C *4 «# ?* to* A* *H m sa Hi Ml ft £9 ft ft 1* to .36* A3* m r to Rise ill Silver Consumption Noted After Currency Halt Following .silver from RT REED •the removal of our circulating currency in the mid-'60s, public consumption of the precious metal became increasingly noticeable. Especially in the numismatic industry. With the unrestricted availability of silver, "private mints" cropped up all over the country. At one toe over 30 different firms incorporated the term MINT in their company name Money Clips Today that number has decreased considerably but there are still a few without so mudh as a vault in which to store their products. Their minting facilities are limited to their letterheads. Fortunately, some of the more reliable minting houses ere among those doing the •most for collectors and dealers in ingots and medals. The lunch-bucket operators are fast falling by the wayside and I doubt that there will be .more than five "mints" in existence by the .end of 1974. THE PRESSURE is too great. Either they produce a good logical collectors item or ifthey continue to produce junk and suffer the consequences. In a majority of cases most of the medals and ingots offered today are nothing more than junk. One of the top five private ts in the country is the Leitcher Mint of Lancaster, Cailif. Here the first * 'two-color" medal was created with 24-ikarat gold image fused with a .999 pure silver medal. The Paul Revere Medal. Their second two-color innovation came with the Minerva Thirty-five dollar coin in v/hich the helmeted head of Minerva was of 24-karat pure gold in a solid silver medal. BOTH PIECES were widely accepted for their originality of thought and are very popular throughout the coin and medal collecting world. The latest idea to emerge from the Leitcher Mint drawing board is the round coin- in got, weighing one Troy ounce with reeded edge and a frosted eagle device superimposed on a mirror finish surface. Up until now ingots have been more or less confined to a "bar" or "loaf" configuration with its seal and Troy ounce weight crudely stan on the top surface. One to three ounce ingots in the bar shape have been cast and-or struck with pictorial surfaces depicting some well-known historical scene or the profile of a famous person, but these pieces sell for much more than their intrinsic values and as an investment commodity they lack potential,. The Leitcher coin-ingot on the other hand, is intended for just that purpose. Investment. It makes an ideal personal gift that can only increase in value over the years. BECAUSE OF THIS unusual vatyie increasing phenomenon banks deem it a logical give-away for new accounts and deposits, and em- To WASHINGTON Sen probing of ate investigators, President Nixon's pardon Angeto DeCaf- fo, will question former White House counsel John W. Dean in it statement today said it was seeking "additional information regarding the presidential commutation from former White House counsel John W. Dean HI and others." John on Kleindienst At the same time, Chairman Henry M. Jackson, D-Wash., announced that Gerald Martin Zelmanowitz, the ment witness key govern DeCarlo'i the near disclosed t future, was It Addltk* to tfcifl understood that DeCarlo Mafia last a captain, December high - ranking was pardoned after serving less than two years of a 12-year prison term for loan sharking and extortion. The Senate permanent investigating subcommittee has been commutation inquiring into the of the sentence and in a was addition to Dean, who as Nixon's counsel cleared the proposal of pardon, the Investigators want to question Richard Kleindienst who was attorney general at the time. A subcommittee spokesman said that Dean would be in the "immediate no date has been rogated future" but in conviction, will testify ift open hearings Friday. "aelmanowitz, 36, will testify on stolen securities and related frauds involving the use of secret foreign bank accounts by organized crime figures. Zelmanowitz, who, according to Jackson, has admitted being a front man for .organized crime figures in moving money through European banks and brokerage houses, won immunity from prosecution for testifying against DeCarlo. 'Cover' Exposed The Justice Department provided Zelmanowitz with a new background and credentials to prove it after DeCarlo was convicted but the " exposed and he protective custody. In a letter to General Elliot L. last week, seeking t information on why DeCarlo was pardoned, Jackson said Kleindienst and "bypassed normal proce- and safeguards" in arranging executive clemency. lu: * k - smelt* "cover" was is now in Attorney Richardson dures Something want to commented at that time. Richardson said, however, that DeCarlo was pardoned under a longstanding policy of releasing terminally ilj prison* ers. DeCarlo reportedly is suffering' from incurable can* cer. The FBI has portrayed the 70-year-old DeCarlo as a captain in the Mafia family of the late Vito Genovese, one of New Jersey's most powerful underworld figures. Nixon Tightens Perimeter In Buff Probe Defense By EUGENE V. RISHER WASHINGTON (UP I) President Nixon has drawn his perimeter of defense in the Watergate case a little tighter. The net effect of the President's action in refusing to allow Ihe Senate Watergate Committee to see presidential documents is that White House aides —current or former — may testify before the committee but they cannot document their testimony from presidential papers. Washington Window The to avoid with e 'Rise' (Continued on Page 31) committee, seeking a constitutional quarrel the President, quietly suggested that they be invited to the White House for informal talks with him and that specific documents be furnished to substantiate points in the testimony and clarify conflicts. But Nixon rejected both of these ideas as an "erosion" of presidential prerogative. Makes Aides Available With some of Nixon's closest personal and political associates coming before the committee, the President informed Chairman Sam J. Ervin, D- N.C, that he would not "under any circumstances" testify personally before the group. As for the presidential documents he refused to allow numbers to see, these cover any papers generated by the President or his aides since Jan. 20, 1969 -4he day he took office. In his letter to Ervin, Nixon said he was taking the action because of his duty to uphold the constitutional separation of powers under which each of the three, equal branches of government is not answerable to another. He pointed out that in an earlier concession to» the Senate's investigation, he had lifited the "executive privilege" of those current and former aides the committee wants to question, making them available to assist in the inquiry. Formal Forum Theory He sadd he would answer further questions about his own role in connection with Water- appropriate after the OLD TAYLOR 86 Proof KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN 5TH $3.99 LIMIT 3 Quart $4.19 FOR $12.00 ALMADEN BACARDI AZTEC A TEQUILA 5th $4.19 (in mid-August cuwent phase of ithe hearings ends, his aides said)' but gave Administrator Is Guest at Dinner no Indication of what forum it would be in. A new rumor floating through Washington is that Nixon would address a joint session of Congress on the Watergate case and then submit to questioning bv its members. The theory preferred this was that he formal more forum to a free-wheeling news conference with reporters who have not had a chance to question him since last March 15. White House officials privately are leaving doen the of possibility before open an appearance a joint session but speculate that questions from the floor would not be tolerated. They say the President has not yet made up his mind how he will respond to the various charges of wrong-doing leveled at him by his former counsel, John W. Dean III. NOW Union Optical Featuring UNION OPTICAL PLAN 75th" Ytar inc« 1898 UNION MEMBERS BRING YOUR UNION CARDS MOST FOR YOUR OPTICAL DOLLAR OVER 2000 STYLES OF EYEGLASSES PROM THI LOWEST PRICED TO TME FINEST AVAILABLE INCLUDING HUNDREDS OF NEW METAL STYLES. CONTACT LENSES Hard Soft Com plot that the ONEIDA Dr. and Mrs. WINDSOR CANADIAN KESSLER CANADIAN MIST $3.69, Gallon $8.99 JIM BEAM CANADIAN CLUB $3.99 BLACK & WHITE $5.49 BEEFEATER GIN $5.29 Lim. HOUSE OF STUART Scotch J*B SCOTCH $5.99 FLEISCHMANNS VODKA $3.39 Gallon $7.19 $5.99 Scotch $3.99 Whit« Tavern GIN or VODKA Quart $3.69 CIGARETTES REGULAR or KING SIZE Carton $3.59 lOOrnm BI2E Carton $3.69 SOUTHERN COMFORT $4.89 FLEISCHMANNS GIN $3.49 Gallon $7.89 PABST 6 PACK. QQjj NR's »KJ* PABST 12 l\Z $2.19 PABST 24 l C 0 A°N SSE *3.99 OLD STYLE 6 PACK QQ4 BLATZ 8 »1.19 OLD STYLE 12 CANS $2.19 SCHLITZ 12 CANS $2.39 it | mm** • * + ^ __ HAMMS 12 p cl cNK s *2.29 UuJOTHES ' Taint' Blufcfiibbo ANDEKER 6 »1.69 PABST MICHELOB 6 P N A R C £ $ 1.69 i \ James Enrws and family were welcomed to (he community at a recent pOtluck dinner attended fey more than 80 persons. Ennis is new superintendent of ROVA School District 208, a post he assumed Jttfy 1. The Ennis family moved here from the Jaliet area. He previously was elementary superintendent at Mokena. Six Oneida-area youths were among 35 4-H memlbers wjio recently attended a 9-day citizenship short course in Washington, D.C. They were Randy DeSut- ter, Woodhull; Lory Ring and Sharon Frediickson, both of Victoria; Ronita Nelson, Altona, and Marlon Olson and Diane Erickson, both of Oneida. The youths, from Knox, Hancock, Henderson, Warren, Henry and Mercer counties, par- ttcipated in workshops and as* s&mbttes and also met with Rep. Thomas Raitebaiek, R-1'll. Tivo Will Direct Breath Campaign Mrs. David A, Anderson, Fairview, and Mrs, Gerald R, Kleine, Maquon, have been named area chairmen for the Breath of Life Campaign, according to Robert J. Wiesen, president of the Northern Illinois Chapter of the National Cystic Fibrosis Research Foundation. The women will lead local volunteers in a house-to-house fundraising campaign to help support research and care programs for children with lung - damaging diseases, Clearly, he hopes testimony from John N. Mitchell and White House loyalists John D. Ehrlichman and H. R. Haldeman will counter some of the damage from Dean and create a better climate in which to respond, Htoring Aid Service Full Line of Batteries PHOTOvRAY & PHOTOSUN LENSES They Darken'and Clear Automatically With The Changing Light Contact Lens & Glasses Dispensed on Prescription of Everett Beoth, O.D. 'Gold Carpet Service" Gives You A One Year Warn , Eyeglass Repair and Replacement Eyes Examined. Special Attention Given To Children Glaucoma Test No Appointment Necessary Largest Most Scientific Optical Laboratory in Downstato Illinois Finest Union Craftsmanship American Optical: Bausch A Lomb, Shuron and Many Other Lenses and Frames Prescription Sunglasses Safety Glasses • CHARGE IT ONLY 100% UNION OPTICAL MIDWEST" SEE OUR FRAME CONSULTANT LEAH GOULDING Dispensing Optician Mon. TUES.-WED.-THURS. SAT. F Jffisser Union Optical Co , r M 8. Kellogg, Galesburg PH. 343-7410 Wickes Lumber 5 PIECE REDWOOD GROUPING A Clearance Sale at the peak of the Summer Season! SAVE NOWon this beautiful Lawn Furniture fashioned from America's own Redwood; use it all this Summer! MKM Reg. $69.95 BIGGSVILLE Plus Deposit MEISTER BRAU 6 PACK QCrf CANS sJO* PACK CANS $1.99 FALSTAFF . 6 ^ NI »1.00 STAG BOTTLES Plus Deposit *3.59 UTS 6 CAN* ^ 1 • 1 5 BLATZ u-oz. BOTTLES *2.99 Plus Deposit MEISTER BRAU 12-OZ. BOTTLES Plus Deposit *2.99 DREWRYS BOTTLES *W»fl^ Plus Deposit OPEN SUNDAY to 8 AD PRICES GOOD THURSDAY NJOHT, JULY 12 THKU 8AT„ JULY U. 1973 GALESBURG DRIVE-IN LIQUORS, INC. 1597 Henderson Galesburg/ Illinois Honolulu Woman Visits lUggsvillo Miss Linda Sederwall arrived here July 1 for a 3*week visit with her par* ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Seder* wall. Miss Sederwall is a nurse at the Kaiser Foundation Hospital, Honolulu, Hawaii. Henderson County 4-H Federa* lion will sponsor a pre-fair church service July 15 at 7:30 p.m. in the Allison Memorial Building on the fairgrounds at Strong-hurst, Teachers are needed for the Vacation Bible School sponsored by the Biggsville United Presby* lerian and United Methodist churches, according to church spokesmen. The 5-day Bible school will start Aug. 13. Sessions will be from 9-11 a.m. ALL PRICES GOOD THRU JULY 19th AMERICA 3 3 CU. FT. GARDEN WHEELBARROW v simplest laborsaving devices ever. Lightweight and correctly balanced- One STORAGE BUILDING This attractive, watertight unit will easily store every item listed in this ad plus much, much more! fin BELTED RADIAL RUBBER HOSE Reg. $11,59 Reg. $9995 Reg. $6.99 5' REDWOOD PICNIC TABLE BENCHES This highest quality Picnic Set will maintain its natural Redwood beauty for years to come. installed service r PUT WICKES TO WORK FOR VOU READ THE WANT ADS! Reg. $24,97 TIME RAYMENT PUN FOR ALU HOME NEEDS IM Wickes Lumber Monday - Friday Saturday Phone 342*6106 8:00 - 5:00 8:00 - 4:00 4 Miles South of Galesburg on Route 41 ft 4J A.

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