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Bushnell Scout Attends Idaho Jamboree BUSHNUt, - Mark defend, gon <rf Mr. and Mrs. Eugene cWand, Bushnell, is attending the Boy Snot Jamboree this summer at ftlttagut State Park, I<tet»- prairie Council, Boy Scoot* of America, to die jamboree, cie- land is a member of ftntinett Troop 3& A reception in honor of Rev. and Mr*. Allen Marrett and ney, HiUskfe. They plan to be married Sept. 30. In addition to Walker, the Rev. Mr. Marrett, new pastor of the Bushnell church, has un* der his superviakm, Rev. Jack Ofive, intern pastor at Watwt Gmt and Prairie City United Methodist churches. He wm get [seminary credit for Ms internship. Members of Bu*nell-Prairie City High School's Class of 1*63 mtu „ observed their 10-year reunion Stan Walter, the_ new intern] Saturday night with a buffet at pastor, waa held Tuesday night at the Bushnell United Methodist Church. Walker attended Elmhurst College, Elmhurst, where he worked as a youth director and coordinator for the Berkley- Hillside Presbyterian Church for IVt years. He wilt enroll next fall at Western Illinois University, Macomb, and will later enter seminary achooL He is engaged to Miss Chariene Car the Macomb Holiday inn and a potluck dinner Sunday at noon at the Bushnell VFW Park. Attending were Mr. end Mrs Charles Campbell, Taylorvifle; Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Chsnoweth, Canton; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene (Diana Ooombs) Roberts, Avon; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald (Carolyn Howard) Stutsman, Vermont; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jansen, Washington; Mr. and Mrs. Sam McGrew, Geneseo; Miss Mar­ garet Dunavifl, Coralville, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Lyle (Kathleen Ewing) Worthington, Little Vork; Mr. and Mrs. Jim (Gave MikeseU) Garrison, Brtdgeton, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Roger (Janet Ginther) Motsmger, Canton, and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn (Diamt Moorej sKnoonoyer, MUMUOUUI. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Phiftos, Prairie City; Mr. and Mrs. Paul (Marie Rkfce) Mahoney, Paterson, N. J.: Mr. and Mrs. Larry (Roberta Roan) Smith, Spring' field; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde (Sat ly Robinson) Johnson, Streator; Mrs. Jim (Sharon Schmidt) Herman, Quincy; Mr. and Mrs. Gary Schmelshof, Adair; Mr. and Mrs. Tom (Diane Spurgeon) Wirtz, River Falls, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. John (Cindy Strode) McCbnnell, La Harps; Mr. and Mrs. John (Shan Varner) Corelis, East MoHne; Mr. and Mrs. David (Judi Wheeler) Webb, Kewanee, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles BoureM, Maine. BUSHNELL MRS. JAY CLEMENS CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 560 W. Hurst St. Phone 772-2240 Mr. and Mrs. Larry (Lana; Clary) DamiU, Macomb, and David Chambers, Mr. and Mrs. John (Dianne Harris) Gormley, Edward Hocraffer, Mr. and {Mrs. Donald (Terri McDonough) Eddington, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Raby, Richard Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Harold (Sharon Weaver) Feikert, aH of Bushnell. Robert, VerSteeg presided at the Bushnell Rotary Club 's dinner meeting Monday at the Stable restaurant. Rex Emory presented the program on McDonough PS agricultural center. William Lorton, editor and publisher of "The McDonough Valuable Stallion Rescued GALVA — Galva rural firefighters assisted Tuesday morning in the rescue of a valuable stallion at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. James Ellison, east of Galva. Firemen were called to the farm four miles east of the city about 11 a.m. to assist in pumping water from a septic tank into which the horse had fallen. Virgil Hurlbutt, Galva, was summoned to dig a trench at the site to free the horse. The horse had wandered onto the septic-tank covering which consisted of deteriorated boards and about four inches of sod The surface gave way and the horse was trapped until the res- Home Address: 24 NE Third St. cue operations were completed. The owner attached a rope around the horse's neck to as- [sist in freeing him. The owner reportedly told firemen that the animal was {valued at $5,000. The farm is owned by a Wyoming resident , „ „ „ 4 , v and has been occupied for a.and Patty Stach, Kewanee [short time by the Ellisons. Miss Susan Zamber, 19, of Kewanee, was crowned Miss Henry County Fair Queen in a pageant staged Wednesday night at Cambridge. She was sponsored by Montgomery Ward, {Kewanee. Runners - up in their order were Debbie Croneau, Kewanee; Cathy Holevoet, Atkinson; Diane Poison, Hooppole, GALVA MRS. SUSAN HEPNER CORRESPONDENT Pbone 932-2725 Miss Nancy Hartman, Annawan, was named Miss Congeniality. The swimsuit winner was Susan Zamber. Robert E. Layman Jr., 20, Kewanee, remains in critical condition at Peoria's St. Francis (Hospital, where he was taken last Thursday after a 1 -car ac cident east of Galva Layman's car left the oiled 1 self. rural road near Midland Country Club and flipped over into a cornfield. The accident was believed to have happened at [about 1 a.m. Thursday but it was not discovered until about 8 a.m. when his father found .the overturned car and his son (still in it. The young man had become entangled in his seat belt and was unable to free him- Relief Planes Pick Up Hijack Victims ATHENS (UPI) - The first! of two Japan Air Lines relief planes flying the passengers and crew of a hijacked jumbo jet to Tokyo arrived here today from Benghazi, Libya, and the victims were treated to free shoes, cigarettes, whiskey and a buffet of Japanese food. A DC8 arrived, here-at 2:20 p.m. en route to -Tokyo via Karachi and Bangkok. A second DC8 left Libya's Benghazi airport today for Tokyo via Amsterdam, and Anchorage, Alaska, the same polar route being flown by the 747 when it was hijacked last Friday |hijackers whose motives were! still clouded in mystery. In Tel Aviv, the newspaper iMa'ariv reported that Israeli intelligence learned of the hijacking attempt several days before the plane was hijacked lover Europe last Friday but that the Japanese and their security services ignored war nings. JAL President Shizou Asada was the first off the plane and [was followed by the crew of the 747 and then by the passengers. They smiled and waved their hands to waiting newsmen and photographers. Most of the The olane arriving here passengers were in short brought 10? of tta 3r passen- sleeved shirts and some were in gers and crew of the JAL their stocking feet, jumbo jet that was^blown up at The four hijackers-three the Benghazi airport by four Arabs and a Japanese-were remaining in Benghazi where a special Libyan government commission was investigating them with a view to possible trial. Their action has been denounced by a number of Palestinian organizations as harmful to the Arab cause. The plane arriving in Athens was the same DCS which flew Asada to the Persian Gulf sheikhdom of Dubai, where the hijackers held the jumbo jet for three days under the blazing desert sun with a threat to destroy the plane and all aboard if there was any interference. JAL officials in Athens worked through the morning to prepare supplies of everything from overnight bags to new shoes, socks, stockings, whiskey and cigarettes for the arrivals. The passengers fled the plane by emergency chutes only a few minutes before it was destroyed, leaving all their possessions aboard. The unsourced report on the front page of Ma'ariv, Israel's No. 1 circulation newspaper, did not say who delivered the warning to the Japanese but left the reader to draw conclusion that it was Israeli secret service. Democrat,'* Bushnell's weekly [newspaper, was inducted into the membership. Markham-Hawkins Co., Bushnell, received the agricultural engineering mechanization appreciation award at a recent agricultural awards banquet at Western Illinois University, Macomb. The award recognizes the agriculture equipment company's support of the university's academic program in agricultural engineering mechanization and support and promotion of the school's annual agricultural mechanization show. 430 Farm Hands Are Arrested, Chavez Backers FRESNO, Oalif. (UPI) Police arrested 430 striking farm workers in South Fresno County Wednesday. Farmers armed themselves with clubs and sticks in anticipation of fights with the protesting I workers, but none occurred. The latest arrests of demonstrators supporting Cesar Chavez' United Farm Workers Union at the Song Ranch near 1 Reedly, Calif., brought to more than 2,100 the number arrested since picketing of area ranches began one week ago. 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Tass gave no specific details of the joint mission, but indicated that the first Soviet Mars shots since 1971 would try o put life-seeking electronic gear on the planet's surface. "Simultaneous scientific research by the two stations will make it possible to obtain fuller data about the planet and the dynamics of physical processes that occur in space," Tass said in announcing the Mars 5 launch. Earlier, Tass said Mars 4 would continue the scientific exploration of Mars and space near it that was started by | launches of two earlier vehi-j cles, Mars 2 and Mars 3, in ; 1971. i Mars 3 successfully soft-: landed an instrument package that transmitted video and, other signals for 20 seconds before falling silent. Tass said Mars 4 was 868,000 miles ahead of Mars 5. Both probes are scheduled to go into; orbit around Mars in mid- February. "Mars 5 is similar in design and purpose of Mars 4," Tass said. "By means of the! scientific equipment aboard the station, Mars and its environs are to be explored and the characteristics of the interplanetary medium along the flight path are to be measured." Workmen Injured WHEATON, DL (UPI) — Aj| pipe carrying natural gas ex-i ploded and started a fire at a j home construction site here Wednesday, injuring four workers at the site. SPECIALTY OF THE HOUSE Don't buy any luxury car till you compare with ours. CIDAA Chrysler Newport 4-Door Hardtop 73 Chrysler. Luxury that's affordable, too. "We Invite you to compare Chrysler find, tor all its elegance, a '73 with any big car around. Compare Chrysler is surprisingly affordable it for beauty, ride, comfort, features, —especially at our year-end prices. And, yes, compare the price. You'll See us now. (P. S... runs on regular gas.) 4b CHRYSUER All the movie theaters in Buenos Aires are located on one street, the Call a Lavalle, says Argentine Airlines. It's year-end prices at: GOTTENBORG-HILL, Inc. 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