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Qalesburgf lister-Matt GALESBURG, ILL., THUr , JULY 19, im SEC. 2 PAGE 11 Rogers Outlines in Asia SEOUL (UP!) - Secretary of State William P. Rogers said today U;S. military policies and relaxation of ito relations with China could mean peace for Asia for trie rest of this century. "The new Chinese-Atrterican relationship," Rogers told U.S. Embassy personnel, "will bring stability to this part of the world, possibly for the rest of this century." Safeguarding Peace Rogers also said "sacrifices" in South Korea and South Vietnam may contribute to safeguarding peace in Asia for the rest of the century and said the United States does not intend to withdraw from the Pacific. The United States, he said, will net reduce the number of troops now in South Korea before next June at the earliest. There are 42,000 men there now. "We are not going to withdraw those forces except over a period of time, in a careful, orderly way," Rogers said. , ' Second Day Rogers' remarks came at the start of the second day of a tiireenday visit to Seoul. Later today, he planned to confer with President Park Chung Hee. Rogers earlier met South Korean leaders to map a joint strategy for the first fufll-Scale debate of the Korean Question in the United Nations since the Korean conflict ended in 1953. Sporadic Shooting Erupts in Belfast Silence From White House Dims Tape Release Hopes WASHINGTON (UPI) - Continued silence from the White House has dimmed hopes of the Senate Watergate Committee for release of tape recordings of presidential donversations relevant to the Watergate probe. "My hopes are great. My expectations are small," said Chairman Sam J. Ervin, D- N.C., in explaining Wednesday he has received no word on President Nixon's decision; The committee's next step could be a subpoena for the tapes, but Ervin would say only "1 don't know when my patience will be exhausted." BELFAST (UPI) - Sporadic shooting erupted across Belfast early today, the latest in what the British army called a dramatic increase in Northern Irish violence during the past two days. Two soldiers were seriously wounded Wednesday in separate incidents, one of them the explosion of a booby-trapped mine hear the town of Cologher and the other a sniper attack in Belfast. "There has been a dramatic increase in incidents of violence over the past 48 hours," an army spokesman said. "There were four major bomb blasts in the past 24 hours," he said. "In the same period, there have been as many shooting incidents as we were recently recording in a week." ' The bar was Catlholic-owned, but it was used by both Protestants and Catholics. Derby Winners The winners of the Powder Puff Derby flash a victory sign while standing in front of the Cessna 182 that flew them to victory in the 2,542 mile race from Carlsbad, Calif., to Elmira, N. Y. Pilot.Mariam Burke of San Antonio, Tex., left, owns a flying service and has over 9,000 hours in the air. Her copilot is Ruth Hildenbrand of Houston, Tex. UNIFAX Meanwhile, special Watergaterecording devices placed ofl telephones. ; _ The Federal Communications Commission asked the American Telephone & Telegraph Cd. to investigate possible violation of telephone company tariffs requiring an audible ton* a£ 15" second intervals when a recording device is operating ofl a telephone. ; The White House has ac* knowledged that secret record^ ings were made on th$ President's telephones and ift two of his offices since the spring of 1971. * prosecutor Archibald Cox has reportedly requested the tapes. That effort could skirt the separation of powers doctrine under which the White House says it will not release presidential papers to the Senate committee. A spokesman for, the White House declined comment on whether the tapes will be given to Cox or even if Cox has made a formal request. But the White House did confirm receipt of a letter from the Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. asking it to coniform with regulations on Lone Sailor To Enter INDIAN ECHOE'S MODERN CAMP GROUND Showers ... Electricity ... Water ... .'. Fishing & Boat Rental SUPPER CLUB 2 Mi. South • Montello, Wis. on Fox River Phone (414) 297-9987 TISH & BECKY — TAC & JIM PAPEETE, Tahiti (UPI) - A lone sailor set off today in his 27-foot sailboat for a South Pacific nuclear testing site, hoping his gesture will help block a scheduled forthcoming series of atmospheric tests by France. As Robert M. Wignall sailed j for the Mururoa atoll, testing site 700 miles from Tahiti, a French warship towed away an American-registered schooner that defied orders to stay clear of the test site. 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Henderson St. — Golesburg, Illinois the latest in a series of protests against the French tests. ! He said he intended to enter the 72 : mile danger zone Franc ei ordered cleared as a preliminary to the tests. French sources said earlier the tests could start at any time. The schooner Fri, registered in Sausalito, Calif., and owned by David Moodie, 30, of Alstead, N.H., ignored the order. French sailors boarded the vessel and affixed ropes for towing it away. ;The New Zealand government said it ordered one of its I warships, also in the area on a protest voyage, not to intervene in the towing operation. But the government said it had asked Tourist Bus Plunges Into ine France to give assurances that the crew of the Fri—the name is Danish for "free" —was well treated. Prime Minister Norman Kirk of New Zealand said the frigate Otago would remain in the area and said if anything happens to the vessel or its crew as a I result of the nuclear testing, he will hold France responsible. In Paris, the newspaper Le Figaro said the Natonal Association of Research Scientists had called on the government to suspend all testing programs. INTEREST RATES ARE UP! First National Pays the Maximum! TYPE OF ACCOUNT Minimum Deposit Savings Rate of Interest REGULAR PASSBOOK SAVINGS Automatically Effective July 1, 1973 None 5% MI GOLDEN PASSBOOK SAVINGS Automatically Effective July 1, 1973 '100 5V 2 % & NEW 90 DAY CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT *100 NEW 1 YEAR TO 2Vi YEAR CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT '100 CO/ u "* ' A% • /° & v& NEW 2Vi YEAR TO 4 YEAR CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT MOO 6V 2 % Z % 4 YEAR CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT '1000 Now Is The Time To Make Your Savings Plan and Assure Yourself of High Interest Rates! Hrst National Fifst GalesburR National Bank &• Trust / Established 1863 / Mcmbct F.D.M* VIZILLE, France (UPI) — A Belgian tourist bus carrying 49 persons sped down a mountain road Wednesday, hurtled over a bridge railing and plunged 65 feet into ia river in the latest in a long series of fatal crashes at the same place., Police said at least 40 persons died in the accident. Another six were listed as definite survivors. The bus crashed off the bridge on the Napoleon Road, imfamous in this Alpine region because 36 persons had died in other accidents at *he same place since 1946. 14 -Degree Slope A 14-degree slope leads down from a plateau to a right curve at the base of the bridge crossing the Romanche River. Police said the cause of the latest crash was not known. The bus was on its way from Nice, on the French Riviera, to Grenoble, near the Swiss border, where the passengers and driver were planning to spend the night. It was scheduled to return to Belgium today. . 300 Rescue Workers More than 300 rescue workers and 50 emergency vehicles sped to the crash site from Grenoble and other nearby towns to help pull bodies from the half- sunken bus. Two of the injured passengers were thrown from the bus before it fell off the bridge, police said. Another two were dragged out of the vehicle by rescuers before it sank under water and two boys escaped from the bus and swam to shore. Come see what electric heat does for a home MBJRfW; All Electric House by Peck Realty of Galesburg Sat., July 21st and Sun., July 22nd 1973 3 pm to 6 pm Both Days 117 Prairieview Court, KNOXVILLE, ILL Visit this open house today Get a first-hand look at the features built into a home with modern electric heat. See for yourself how this worry-free system adds more livable space throughout the interior. The modern electric furnace provides 100% efficiency and opens up a whole new world of comfort and cleanliness. Stop by for a visit today. ABOVE ALL MAKE IT WHITE'S ROOFING 342-0185 Prairie View Ct. h Off Broad Aevnue Between So. Broad St. and Market Street ILLINOIS POWER IT'S OUR BUSINESS TO SERVE YOU BETTER I

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