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24* &tesbura RiaistifrMoil, Gatesburg, III. ThMfsdoy,,Ju)y ..19t_19?3. MONMOUTH Correspondent MM. Lorraine stauth Pat Newt 111 S. 10th St. Phone 9144931 For Missed Copies Before $ P. M. Phone 734-4)21 LaRue Fails To Clear Cloudy Watergate Picture Summer Jail Terms Axed By Court MONMOUTH - Two Warren County men will not have to spend the summer at the Warren County jail as a condition of their probation. The above decision was handed down by the Appellate Court at Ottawa Tuesday in connection with the cases of Steven E. Davis, 20, Smith- shlre, and David 8. Adkisson, 19, of near Roseville. The men were charged one year ago with unlawful delivery of cannabis. In October,-Judge Scott I. Klukos placed the men on probation for two years on the condition that they spend 60 days in the Warren County jail this summer. They appealed the sentence and the Appellate Court said it would be necessary to eliminate the prison time. Hardee's Going Up at Site MONMOUTH - A site has been cleared in the 400 block of North Main Street for the construction of a Hardee's drive-in restaurant. Two old houses have been razed recently and the ground has been leveled in preparation for the construction of a building by ithe hamburger chain. Announcement was made in March that a Sandy's restaurant would be located at the site but since that time the Sandy's chain has become a part of Hardee's Inc., of Rocky Mount, N.C. Gasoline Tanks Burn in Aurora, Cause Unknown AURORA, 111. (UPI) - Four tanks containing 80,000 gallons of gasoline burst into flames late Wednesday night when one of the tanks apparently sprang a leak, authorities said. The fire department said one of four tanks of a local Mobil distributor leaked gas some 150 yards. Police blocked off a four square block area and evacuated some persons living in the residential • industrial area before the gas exploded. No injuries were reported and the cause of the explosion was not known, authorities said. The explosion caused the four tanks to burst into flames and damaged two cars and a truck parked next to the tanks. A witness in a restaurant 200 yards from the tanks said he saw the gas flow from one of the tanks.. He said it looked like water. Then he said he saw something reseirfcling lightning, heard a rumble and an explosion. MONMOUTH Community Memorial Hospital \ III Alarming Find PITTSBURGH (UPI) -Firemen answering an alarm at the home of Morton Zisman, 41, found a fire alarm box, a fire hydrant, several street marker cones and city street signs, police said. Zisman was charged with receiving stolen goods. Admissions Tuesday: Lawrence Isaacson, Parker Spearman, Richard Cook, Laren Campbell, Mrs. Pearl McKelvie, Monmouth; Mrs. Hazel Barnes, Oquawka; William Sullivan, Stronghurst. Dismissals Tuesday: Anthony Stotler, William Lee Jr., Miss Elizabeth Cowden, Monmouth; Harold Allen, Avon; Mrs. C. Dean Hennenfent and baby, Alexis. Police Ticket Driver Without Wheel Sticker MONMOUTH — City police officers ticketed seven area drivers Tuesday for having invalid wheel tax stickers displayed on their cars. Although the old tax stickers became invalid July 1, city officials, as usual, gave drivers a couple of extra weeks before they started making charges. One of the seven charged, Mark D. Free, 18, 210 S. Sixth St., was fined $10 in Warren County Traffic Court Wednesday. The other liable for fines are Terrill G. Martin, 29, 317 S. Ninth St.; David L. Teel, 17,930 E. Second Ave.; James L. Ricketts, 29, 500 E. Archer Ave.; Timothy L. Bird, 17, 809 W. Broadway; Miss Eliane C. Brissey, 17, 403 S. Eighth St., and Richard D. HaU, 20, 1006 South A St. Band to Play MONMOUTH - The Monmouth Municipal Band will present a concert tonight from 7-8:30 p.m. at the 4-H Chicken Barbecue at the Farm Bureau building on North Main Street. A special feature of the band concert will be a baton twirling exhibition by Miss Linda Steward. A second concert is scheduled this week for Sunday at the Wallace Hall Plaza on the Monmouth College campus. First Round Miss Illinois Pageant Winners '•kiiif-i; •; ijliil;. •I. ' •„.< ""!«!« -ii , J- 1 - •••• ! «ii|flj|iil>i'u 'liiflll I • ;:!>" X A Martin Marietta technician carefully lifts a sample of minute particles of space contamination collected from outside Skylab during the first mission. Technician, Ronald Duncan, left, and Dr. Joseph A. Muscari, head investigator for the project conduct the Space Particles By MIKE FEINSILBER WASHINGTON (UPI)Frederick C. LaRue is the first major figure in the Nixon re election committee and in the Watergate cover-up to plead guilty, seek mercy and offer testimony for the prosecution in the expected trials of his former associates in those enterprises. But, peering through thick lenses at the select Senate Watergate Committee Wednesday, the Mississippian offered recollections just as imprecise as those who preceded him He did implicate his old friend and colleague, John N Mitchell, mere deeply than Mitchell admitted last week. And he pointed to lawyer Charles W. Colson as applying pressure from the White House staff for getting the Watergate wiretapping approved. Colson has denied that. While LaRue was questioned the committee awaited President Nixon's response to its request for the secret White House tape recordings which would show- what his closest aides were telling him through the months Nixon insists he was in the dark about his administration's involvement. In his letter to Nixon Tuesday, Chairman Sam J. Ervin, D-N.C, asked for a meeting "within the next day or two." So far he has heard "not a word," he said Wednesday. Presidential Press Secretary Ronald L. Ziegler said the request was under study. He said "not to my knowledge' when asked if anyone at the White House was reviewing the tapes. He refused to say if Nixon will continue taping conversations in his offices and over his phones. LaRue, a social friend of Mitchell and his right-hand man at the Committee to Reelect the President (CRP), told of Mitchell's reaction when, for at hird time, G. Gordon Liddy's bugging plan came up for review at a strategy session March 30, 1972. ^ As 'La Rue * recalled it, Mitchell said, "Well, this is not something that will have to be decided at this meeting." Mitchell, last week, said what he said was: "This again? We don'i. need this. I'm,, tired of hearing about it. Out! Let's not discuss it any further." And Jeb Stuart Magruder, deputy campaign manager andj the only other person there, has testified that Mitchell at that meeting gave his approval to the plan—albeit "reluctantly." LaRue's testimony also involved Mitchell in the payment of $220,000 in "hush money" to assure the silence of the seven original Watergate defendants. Mitchell had said he had nothing to do with that. LaRue and Herbert W. Kalmbach, Nixon's personal lawyer, handled those payoffs. LaRue said he participated because he was sure "someone" had made a pre-arrest "commitment" to the defendants to pay their legal expenses and support their families if something went wrong. But under questions from Sen. Herman E. Talmadge, D- Ga., he said he had "no idea" who made the "commitment" or how much money had been promised. Earlier, Anthony Ulasewicz, the former New York City detective who delivered the cash, told how the requests from Mrs. E. Howard Hunt, wife of one of the defendants, snowballed into insistent demands for more and more money. They reached 1450,000 last summer, he said. experiments. Different materials were used as optical surfaces in space sensors and were exposed to the atmosphere around Skylab by using the extendable array in the background of the photo. UNIFAX Gunman Seizes Hostages Portuguese Prime Minister Promises Massacre Inquiry AURORA, 111. (UPIWuanita M. Leanna, Miss Carpentersville, and Patricia Werner, Miss Glen view, won preliminary events Wednesday night in the opening round of competition in the Miss Illinois Pageant. Miss Illinois, to be chosen Saturday, will represent the state at the Miss America Pageant at Atlantic City, N.J., in September. Thirty-three contestants are entered in the state pageant, with Phyllis George, Miss America of 1971, serving as mistress of ceremonies. Miss Leanna, 21, was a preliminary winner in swimsuit competition. Miss Werner, also 21, won the first night's talent competition with her singing in Italian of an aria from "The Marriage of Figaro." 1 LONDON (UPI) - Portuguese Prime Minister Marcello Caetano today ended a protest-marred official visit to London, promising an inquiry into charges that Portuguese troops slaughtered 400 villagers in Mozambique. More than 40 uniformed police and plainclothesmen ringed the Heathrow Airport departure area barred to the public as Caetano stepped onto his plane. Police with binoculars lined rooftops for half an hour before Caetano arrived. He boarded his plane after chatting briefly with Foreign Office Minister of State Julian Amery and shaking the hand of every motorcycle policeman in his escort. Protesters Picket There were no incidents such as those that marked his four- day visit. Noisy protesters picketed and demonstrated over Opera Singer Dies Of Pill Overdose MIAMI (UPI) - Opera singer Saflwa Merrige-Abrams died early today without regaining consciousness from an overdose of pills she took Saturday after killing her former husband and two children. Mrs. Merrige-Abrams, 43, died at the South Miami General Hospital at 1:25 a.m., just hours after her pilot ex- husband, James Abrams, and children, Jack, 14, and Melisa Ann, 10, were buried. Shooting Saturday Abrams and the two children were shot to death in the couple's fashionable southwest Miami home last Saturday the day after the couple had been divorced after 19 years of marriage. Mrs. Merrige-Abrams had been performing locally for more than a decade and was rated by the directors of several South Florida opera companies as one of the best mezzo sopranos in the nation Mrs. Merrige-Abrams had turned down a number of offers to join larger opera companies that many people believe would have vaulted her to national stardom. But the attractive singer said she preferred to remain close to home to be with her husband, a National Airlines pilot, and help raise her two children. Divorce Final Mrs. Merrige-Abrams and her husband separated about a year ago and the tall, hand some aMine pilot filed for a divorce. The divorce became final last Friday despite the opera singer's claim she still loved Abrams and did not want the divorce. The day after the divorce was final, Abrams went to visit his children. Several hours later, police were called to the house and found Abrams and the two children dead and Mrs. Mer­ rige-Abrams unconscious. Mini-Airplane Show Scheduled Sunday at Roseville ROSEVILLE - Another activity of the quasquicentennial celebration of Roseville will be a mini airplane show here, Sunday Beginning at 2 p.m., at the fairgrounds, the members of the Peoria Radio Control Modelers will demonstrate model plane racing and other aerobatics by scale models of regular planes. The show will be held in a clearing at the east end of the fairgrounds,. There are no bleachers in this area of the grounds and no admission charge. Dogs, cats, kids, lambs and even a pet goose paraded Saturday, in the quasquicentennial pet parade. A total of 130 youngsters participated in the event. I The top three winners in each! categojjy were: j Nurfery Rhymes — Cindy I Ross ); Debbie and David Patch' and'Michelle Miller. j 1 Most Unusual Pet — Chris Eerp, Candy Scott and Tony McCleary. Floats and Wagons — Holly, Shelly and Timmy Bycroft, Jackie and Hallie Ingles and! Julie Ferguson. Tricycles — Susan Perrine,, Julie Shrader and Craig Monroe, i Bicycles — Tricia and Tracy Nelson,- Janelle Chipman and Tcdd Adkisson and John Mon- Roseville MRS. IRA LAND Correspondent Roseville P. O. Box 145 Phone 426-2642 Auxiliary Tuesday evening. Mrs. Edythe Johnson, Mrs. Chris Balmer and Mrs. Ralph Volk were installing officers. The new slate includes Mrs. James Adkisson, first vice president; Mrs. John Ockert, i second vice president; Mrs. R'rtiard Icenogle, treasurer; Mrs. Harry Thurman, secrete tary; Mrs. Iva Sanderson, his' 'torian; Mrs. Cecil Hollenberg, chsplain; Mrs. Milton Gibb, sergeant-at-arnis, and Mrs. Gerald Thompson, assistant ser- Church for members of community choir which will roe sin 8 at the united church serv- Horses and Ponies - Steve' ices at the Park, Aug. 5. Becraft, Donna Schisler and! All persons from high school! ^-^X. Jane Icenogle and Lori Schis- age up are urged to take parti 8 317115 ler, Barbara and Sandra Smith, in this activity, which is a part !r Miss Jane Bacon and Miss:contract Wednesday does not the massacre allegations throughout his stay. Wednesday, Caetano said his [government would investigate the charges but told a news conference that from facts already gleaned from a preliminary inquiry, he could "most formally state" that the alleged massacre of 400 villagers in December "could not have taken place." Spanish missionaries returning from the area last week reported the massacre and said they would provide documented evidence later that it took place. Caetano did not elaborate on the nature of the preliminary evidence garnered by his government but said Portuguese authorities were pursuing the inquiry. Weaken Defense In a statement issued later, Caetano said protests that accompanied his visit were aimed at weakening Portugal's defense of its overseas territories and to force the Portuguese government to change its colonial policy. He rejected the idea that the white man should leave Africa and that the African continent should be reserved only for black Africans. "The idea that the white must leave southern Africa cannot, therefore, be accepted," his statement said, "And, today, this is the aim proposed: by the movements which are! calling for the immediate independence of the territories with the handing over of government to the natives." Referring to Portugal's war against African guerrillas, Caetano said: "It is much more important to win souls than to kill people" and added: "Therefore the Portuguese government rejects accusations of genocide or of methodic cruelty in military operations. Condemning all needless violence in a struggle the aim of which is to defend territories and peoples from insidious guerrilla activity, the Por-j tuguese government vigorously, denies that it has ordered on tolerated. recourse to inhuman! methods." Suake Wius Movie Role HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - The winner of a movie studio ATHENS (UPI) - A Palestinian Arab armed with a submachine gun and hand grenades today seized 15 hostages including an elderly American, barricaded himself inside an Athens hotel and threatened to kill them one by one unless a Greek minister met to negotiate with him. The minister refused. Amalia Hotel Police said the gunman, who identified himself as a member of an "anti-Zionist group," was holding the American, a Greek Orthodox priest, three children and three policemen and other hostages in the Amalia Hotel on Constitution Square in the heart of Athens. The gunman, a submachine gun in one hand and a grenade in the other, ran into the nearby hotel where he herded the hostages together after failing to break into the Israeli El A\ Airlines office, police and an El Al spokesman said. Threatens American The gunman threatened to kill first the American and then the priest unless First Deputy Prime Minister Stylianos Pat- takos came to the hotel to negotiate with him. "I will kill everybody if Pattakos doesn't come," wit­ nesses quoted the gunman as saying. Libyan Ambassador Ahmed Ragab Feitur went to the hotel to negotiate with the Arab after Pattakos said he would not meet the terrorist in person. A spokesman for the ambassador said he was extending a Greek government guarantee of safe conduct to the gunman, barricaded on the mezzanine floor of the hotel.. On Bunker Hill, "Don't fire till you see (he whites of their eyes," was an order aimed at saving gunpowder as much as assuring a telling toll among the attacking Redcoats. Super Sale on Brunswick Tires Every Tire in Stock Reduced! Come To Gebbarts Before You Buy turtle wax® THE DO-IT-YOURSELF LINE OF FINE HARD SHELL PRODUCTS - UNEXCELLED. CHROME ilT^ CLEANER V* pt. *l /fG TRANSMISSION Reg. AA . SEALER $1.29 70£ EXCALIBUR WAX THE KING Reg. $«J29 OF WAXES $3.88 3 Self-Polishing CAR WAX LIQUID Reg. $«27 $1.59 I UPHOLSTERY CLEANER Pint Q«J . Size D££ Tool-Aid PENETRATING OIL Reg. QA . $1.19 00£ THRUSH — A RESPECTED NAME IN HI-PERFORMANCE MUFFLERS $749 For Most Cars Installation Available Heoders-Outsidtrt & Duol Kits — ALL REDUCED Miscellaneous — Lisa Carr, 0i " the 125th Amy Hunter and Jacquie Alla-iR°se vil le man. Mary Felt was the parade c.'cwn. anniversary of Li la Kneen, delegates to Girl's ! State at Jacksonville, were the ; speakers and told of their ex- The LaMoine Area Men's Fellowship will meet at 7 p.m., perience as delegates. The past president's pin was have good legs. In fact, no legs at all. About 175 snakes were entered in a snake beauty! contest, sponsored by Universal! CHROME REVERSE WHEELS ChevFord ti Jflg Plym. *I4 E«. POWER MOWERS 22 in. Self Prop. *59 $ 69 8 TRACK TAPE PLAYERS Other Models $AAg0 Reduced Aw Polaris Summer Coolant PERMANENT Anti-Freeze $149 Gal. 1 Can Trailer Mirror TRAIL-VIEW Fender-Hood $"V49 Mount § Exhaust Extension Scavenger tw $988 Bazooka m 3 Sections AERIALS High $|49 Quality 1 TRAILER HITCHES Custom Fit AS WW $|2 95 Transmission FLUID Quality 24£ AH-O00 Gah HORNS Car or $1149 Beat I 1 FLAT FIX Inflates J> Fixes Tiros A Vacation AA^ Must 7Q? Sale Thro Monday Use Your Bank Card The parade was sponsored by (Monday, July 23, at the Chris- Presented to Mrs. Watt. Reports! Studios, which is promoting a the Roseville PTA and Bob Pur-'tian Church. were given by Mrs. Sanderson'movie about snakes. il }ee acted as parade marshal. \ — a''d Mrs. Ruth McCullough. j Tulip, a python owned by — j Mrs. Evalyn Watt was re-in -i Plans were made for enteringjJacky Grundman, won the: Choir practice will be held;.stalled to serve as president of a float in the Yesteryear pa-'contest and a $50-a-week! this evening at the Christian! the Roseville American Legion rade, Aug. 4. contract. I GEBHARTS TIRE & AUTO SUPPLY 587 East Main Sr., Galesburg — Ph. 343-4216

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