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Prexy Aide Denies Bugging During LfiJ Administration Galesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, 111, Tuesday, July 17,, 1973 7 By United Press InternaUonal A top assistant to President Lyndon B. Johnson said Monday the charge that bugging devices were used extensively at the Johnson White Mouse was "an outrageous smear on a dead President." Joseph A. Califano, a top aide to Johnson, said there was the capability to record conversations in Johnson's ofiice. But Califano said Johnson opposed all bugging. "The White Mouse was not Wired for sound," Califano said. George Reedy, Johnson's former press secretary, said he did not know if bugging devices were used by Johnson. "That doesn't mean it didn't go on," he said. "You have to realize that I was in the White House only until 1986 and that I was press secretary only until 1065." He said, "The facts are that presidents do many things which are unknown. to their, assistants." J. Fred Buzhardt, counsel to President Nixon, told the Senate Watergate Committee in a letter Monday that Johnson had installed listening devices at the White House similar to those used by Nixon. His statement came shortly after Alexander P. Butterfield, a former White House aide, told the committee about bugging practices at the Nixon White House. , A Secret Service spokesman said if the Johnson administra lion used a system for recording presidential conversations, it was hot operated by his agency. The spokesman said the agency serves as the repository for Nixon's tape recorded conversations, and the tapes are physically kept in the White House. READ THE WANT ADS! SHEER-TO-THE-WAIST PARTY HOSE (Reg. $1.19) m„2»*1.50 1st QUALITY MESH HOSE (Reg. 2 Pr. $1.00) 3 »• n.io TUMBLED NYLON SHEERS (Reg. 2 Pr. $1.19) 2 Pr 99c ONE SIZE PANTY HOSE Galva MRS. SUSAN HEPNER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 24 NE Third Ave. Phone 932-272$ Referendum Needed For Bushnell Grant PANTIES .(Reg. 79c) 1. ASSORTED SPORT . . — .. jk^jMK KMT TOPS T r -TT > MENS Reg. 2 Pr. $1.15 3pr. *1 K^Heumqde ^Cosier 247 E. Main Sh Ph. 34^-1418 Henry County Fair Judging Takes Shape GALVA — The 4 -H sections of j the Henry County Fair began to take shape today with judging of garments and flower arrangements at Cambridge Community Hall. Over 200 garments are expected to be entered. About eight will move onto state competition. The Galva 4-H clubs recently participated in 4-H judging contests at the University of Illinois. Among those who won awards were the Henry County Livestock Judging Team which wcs chosen fifth in state. It consisted of Steve Spiyey, New Windsor; Jeff Galie, Cambridge; Gregg Kipp, Annawan, and Joe Dwyer, Atkinson. The team won over 88 other teams from over the state. Roy Ball, Galva, was a member of the horse and pony team which received an "A" rating. The team won its rating based on judging techniques. Participating on the horticulture team were Jane Reseguie, Jim Barlow and Kay Cunningham, all of Galva. Miss Rese­ guie received an "A" rating, Miss Cunningham a B rating, and Barlow was given a C rating. The team as a whole re ceived a MB" rating. Also participating from Henry County were a dairy team and an entry in the automotive care and safety contest; Classes are set to begin July 19 at Bishop Hill for a series cf craft instruction sponsored by the Bishop Hill Heritage Assn. Blacksmith classes will start tonight at the blacksmith shop. Anyone interested may join tonight by calling Mrs. Mary Jane Atkinson at Galva. BUSHNELL — Members of Bushnell City Council learned Monday night that a referendum must be approved before federal funds can be provided for a new recreation and cultural center. The Department of Housing i»nd Urban Development (HUD) teouires approval of a referendum by voters of the community before federal funds are released for the project. Mayor Harold Fitch said the purpose of the referendum is to gain voter approval of the construction plans. Ballots, he said, will contain information stating that no special tax will be lev- ed. N9 date for the referendum nas been set. The proposed center would be financed by $224,600 in federal funds and by $92,000 in local money. The original federal grant was $184,000 but an additional $40,600 was awarded recently to the city because of rising construction costs. Aldermen pointed out that there will be funds available to operate the new center once it has been completed. What Happens? Aid. Gaylord McCance asked the mayor what would happen if the referendum is defeated Fitch said the city wouldn't get any federal money for the project. The mayor said three steps are now being taken to assure Ihe city of federal funds. They include bank deposit of the city's share of $92,000, which has been done; obtaining a deed after purchase of land for construction of a center, and voter approval of a referendum. Aldermen agreed to the Bushnell VFW's offer to sell a 4.2 acre tract of land in the VFW Park to the city for $26,000 providing that $10,000 be returned to the city for the project. The price is still in excess of the $10,000 allocated by HUD for SIDEWALK SALE! WEDNESDAY, JULY 18 BIYTHE DOLIS Reg. *5.99*2.00 Blythe Doll Accessories 50 to 75% off Assortment of Plush Toys —1.00 eo. Table of Toys At Bargain Prices O-CEL -0 SPONGES Reg. 69c -- 35c BIYTHE DOLIS Reg. *5.99*2.00 Blythe Doll Accessories 50 to 75% off Assortment of Plush Toys —1.00 eo. Table of Toys At Bargain Prices HAGERTY SPRAY & CLEAN 2 for $1.00 AUTOMOTIVE DEPT. Nylon Foam Stretch Auto S«at $J49 JET X PRESSURE WASHER Reg. $6.95 - $3.79 AEROSOL BATHROOM CLEANER Reg. *1.29 - $0c AUTOMOTIVE DEPT. Nylon Foam Stretch Auto S«at $J49 JET X PRESSURE WASHER Reg. $6.95 - $3.79 TURNTABLES-Reg. 49c --29c AUTOMOTIVE DEPT. Nylon Foam Stretch Auto S«at $J49 JET X PRESSURE WASHER Reg. $6.95 - $3.79 LAP TRAYS—Reg. $1.29 75c AUTOMOTIVE DEPT. Nylon Foam Stretch Auto S«at $J49 JET X PRESSURE WASHER Reg. $6.95 - $3.79 FREEZER CONTAINERS 10-1 PtS-lViPt^-l Qt Reg. 66c -- 2 for *1 WHILE THEY LAST PLUMBING DEPT. Drain Pipe Cleaner Reg. 98c e ° FREEZER CONTAINERS 10-1 PtS-lViPt^-l Qt Reg. 66c -- 2 for *1 WHILE THEY LAST PLUMBING DEPT. Drain Pipe Cleaner Reg. 98c e ° DISH PANS-Reg. $1.79 90c Large Assortment 3" PLASTIC PIPE FITTINGS 25c each MANY MORE ITEMS CORNING COOK AHEAD SET Reg. *12.88 CHECK OUR PRICE Large Assortment 3" PLASTIC PIPE FITTINGS 25c each MANY MORE ITEMS MAGIC PANS-Reg. $3.98 $2.00 ODDS & ENDS CLEARANCE DICONTINUED LINES PAINTS, VARNISHES & STAIN 10c, 15c and 25c con True Test CORN POPPER .$2.99 ODDS & ENDS CLEARANCE DICONTINUED LINES PAINTS, VARNISHES & STAIN 10c, 15c and 25c con BOTTLE CARS-Reg. 49c 30c ODDS & ENDS CLEARANCE DICONTINUED LINES PAINTS, VARNISHES & STAIN 10c, 15c and 25c con W.ilclock—17 J.w.l—3 Only WRIST WATCH—r«g. 32.95 Now 21.21 ODDS & ENDS CLEARANCE DICONTINUED LINES PAINTS, VARNISHES & STAIN 10c, 15c and 25c con IUy-0-V»e -l Vott H.D. BATTERY — reg. 98c Now 49c ARTISTIC DECALS Rog.-$1.30-2 for $|50 1 Only CAMP SINK * WATIR TOTE -~ rog. 14.99 Now 8.88 ARTISTIC DECALS Rog.-$1.30-2 for $|50 5 Fl»c»—un»M.mBi.d—itand up GUN RACK — rog. 16.88 Now 11.88 DUST MOPS $2,49 *| MINN-KOTA ELECTRIC FISHING MOTOR 2 ONLY .Rog. $36.88 6 or 12 Volt 19 BLACK BROTHERS MAIN * SEMINARY - DOWNTOWN GALESBURG iand acquisition. Pitch said that possibly 127,000 in a federal con* tingency fund could be used for land purchase. However, this must be approved by HUD, he said. Fitch said HUD'S target date for completion of the building is Dec. 31, 1974. Other Action In other action aldermen approved a request by C. S. Norcross and Sons, Bushnell, for temporary use of city-owned land for expansion of the plant. Authorities noted that part of the addition would extend onto a city terrace. Aldermen directed City Atty. Gordon Hunt to draw up an agreement which would permit construction with the stipulation that the city could, if necessary, have access to the land. Repairs to utilities that could be made without regard to dam age to live building will be included in the agreement. Couneilmen pointed to the im portance of the industry in Bushnell as the reason for approving the request. Hunt reported that the new zoning ordinance for Bushnell is more than half completed and should be finished by September. The city has no zoning ordinance at present. He also noted that the tax levy ordinance should be ready by the next meeting. .Aldermen agreed to compensate Steve Russell, the city recreation director, for duties beyond his contract. Delbert Emory and Dan McGrew of the Bushnell-Prairie City High School FFA Chapter learned recently that they were blue ribbon winners in the state livestock judging contest held at the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana. As a result of their efforts, the local chapter placed eighth in the livestock contest. Emory placed seventh over -aH in individual competi tion. He tied for fifth in the beef judging while his teammate Mc Grew took sixth in swine judg ing. Denis Buchen, a member of the team, received a red rib bon. BUSHNELL MRS. JAY CLEMENS ~* CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 560 W. Hurst St. Phone 772-2240 Scott Hess placed in the upper third of the dairy judging contest and won a blue ribbon. Rick Ferguson received a red ribbon in grain judging. The local chapter's livestock team will compete in the national contest next fail in conjunction with the national FFA convention. Com© To Bill Poyner Carpet Sale At 639 S. Chambers for the Viking Tweed Kitchen Carpets THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL 8 COLORS IN STOCK. Only 1100 Yards Left $3 99 PER YARD 342-4949 FREE ESTIMATES CAU — OPEN 9-5 - SAT. 9-1 Evening By Appointments. Police Seek Frisco Treak' For Murders SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) - A "freak" roaming San Francisco may be responsible, police say, for the deaths of four young women whose nude bodies were found in school yards or parks. Homicide inspectors noted Monday that all four had been strangled within the past six weeks. The most, recent victim, found Sunday behind a high school gymnasium, was identified from fingerprints as Miss Nancy Patricia .Gidley, 24, an X-ray technician from Mountain Home, Idaho. Officers quoted an aunt of the victim as saying she came to San Francisco last Thursday to attend the wedding of a friend. The identification was possible because motel employes told officers the victim's description matched that of a guest who hadn't been seen since spending a night there Thursday. Fingerprints on the luggage matched that of the victim. Miss Gidley was wearing only a fish-shaped earring when her body was found. The coroner said the discovery was less than 24 hours after she was killed. Homicide inspector John McKenna said none of the victims lived in the same area, and all had different backgrounds, j "The only way to connect this is if we have some kind of freak who travels the whole city," he said. BEAD THE WANT ADS! TAKE TIME to READ Twice Weekly in the Galesburg Register-Mail mm HURRY IN FOR BEST SELECTION' SAVINGS UP TO On Our Regular Prices ON ALL RED TAGGED FABRICS Choose from a timely collection of 100% polyester double knit solids and fancies, exciting screen prints, blended sports­ wear, sunny cottons, dainty flocked dots, playtime prints, polyester and cotton knits and more .... just in time for last minute summer sewing! Mens Wear Knits. ALL ON BOLTS ALL FIRST QUALITY ". . . where fashion begins and savings never end." fashion fabrics OPEN SUN. 12-6 WEEKDAYS 10-9 SAT. 10-6 1055 N. Henderson., Galesburg "Next Door to Mr. Steak"

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