Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 28, 1973 · Page 5
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In Th# Arm*d F orc «i r *tfks tL mm, m <* ttired Air tofes Maj. Mid Mrs. Eugene E Mitchell, Elm tdod, recently completed id Aif Force Reserve Officers Trtlning Corps Held training encampment it Lockbourne AFB, Ohio. Miteben Airman Thomas P. BargeMa aon of Mr, and Mrs. Andrew L. Burgeson, Cambridge, Was graduated recently at Keesfter AFB, Miss., from a radio equip* tnent repairman course con' ducted by toe Air Training Command. He is being assigned to Andrews AFB, Md., Car' duty with a unM of to Air Foroe OomtnunicaUons Service. Prt. Ron? M. Vtncll, am of Mrs.'EUa VancU, Wataga, was graduated receoUy from basic training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, Cat*. Airman l.C. Jonathan M. Donglass, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joyce M. Douglass, 830 Locust St., was graduated recently from the aircraft mechanic course conducted by the Air Training Command at Chanute AFB, Rantoul. He is being assigned to Offutt AFB, Neb., for duty with a unit of the Strategic Air Command. His wife, Karta, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mertyn Bailey, Cresbard, S.D. M. Sgt Dennis K. Kirkelie, whose wife, Myra, is the daughter of Mrs. Vicia Hardy, Roseville, was graduated recently from the Aerospace Defense Command's Noncommissioned Officer Academy, Hamilton, AFB, Calif. He is a protective equipment superintendent at Ent AFB, Colo. He has completed a tour of duty in Vietnam. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kirkelie, Anaheim, Calif. , Pfc. Jerry F. Main, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Z. Main, 160 Cedar Ave., was meritoriously promoted to his present rank upon graduation from basic training recently at the Mar rine Corps Recruit Depot at San Diego, Calif. His wife, Mary, is the daughter of Mrs Phyllis M. Campbe*, ill % Cedar St. . Sgt. DftvM M. 0srit» son of Mr *• and Mca. John M. Csltttj Bfimfield, is a member of the ittlst Ommtrtesttow Group which received the ftapublic of Phil^piftes Presidemial Unit Citation recently far providing flood refiief and rwovery support to the Phifippine gover ment last year t Curt it • computer maintenance technician with the group at dark AFB, Republic of Philippines. Michael J. Asher, son of Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Asher, 1M W. Third St., was promoted recent' ly to specialist fourth class in the Army at Ft. Lewis, Wish. Asher is a chaplain's assistant at the fort. Seaman Kenneth 8, son of Charles C. Boydstan 1142 N. Academy St, is home on leave until Aug. 4. Boydstun was graduated last month from submarine school at Groton, Conn. His new assignment will be at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, where he will be assigned to the nuclear-powered submarine, "Queen Fish" SSN 651 Lance Cpl. Daniel M. Mc- Laaghlin, son of Mr. and Mrs James E. McLaughlin of near Galesburg, has reported for duty at the Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, N. C. Pvt. Roy Boughton, son of Clyde Boughton Sr., 289 W. Main St., has completed infantryman raining at the Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, Calif. Coast Guard Cadet James D. Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs Edward E. Thomas, 537 N, Academy St., has departed the U.S. Coast Guard Academy at New London, Conn., for a sum mer training cruise aboard the Coast Guard sail training barque, "Eagle." Thomas will receive a bachelor's degree and a commission upon graduation from the academy. Bushndl Woman not Hurt After Her Car Strike* Beam Galesbura Register-Moil, Golesbura, Saturday,_iufc.28, 19?3 S The olA-Hangtown Bell that was used to call viigil!iantes still hangs in PlacervUle, Calif. —NOTICE— The DUCK INN is closing down August 31. We are going to tour the U.S.A.. If you have not tasted oar gourmet meals yet hurry and make reservations at least 24 hours in advance. Call day or night. Meals $3.50 and up. By the way do you want to take over? We will spend one month with you teaching you the secrets of the French cuisine. 2400 GRAND AVE. — TEL. 343-031S , COCKTAIL HOUR MONDAYS THROUGH THURSDAYS * PM. — 1:30 VM. STARTING MONDAY, JULY 30 ALL MIXED DRINKS 50c CompUmanluy Hot a Cold Hor*-d'o*urtrt SAMMY ROSE at the Piano Nightly 9:30 • 12:30 JIM'S STEAK HOUSE 051 N. HENDERSON ST. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH RY Worship CORNER OF CHERRY AND TOMPKINS (AN AMERICAN BAPTIST CHURCH) 8 AM "WHAT MUST I DO? 10 AM "FINDING OUR DIRECTION" 9 A.M. CHURCH SCHOOL CRESTON S. KUNGMAN—MINISTER OF MUSIC CARLTON G. CHRISTENSON—JAMES E. MILLER MINISTERS "THE BAPTIST HOUR" RADIO WAIK U A.M. Proirie Players AND Sheraton Motor Inn To Goltsburg PRESENTING "Butterflies Are Free 11 JULY 20, 21 & 22 DINNER f :30 p.m. 27, 28 & 20 CURTAIN 0:30 p.m. Tickets »*• »v«llahU «t O. T. JehsMn'f. Lind»ix«m«f% £ ^ _ tad Sh«r»lon QI fhon* 141-71S1 let K»nry»tlopj. ^«fS^ 6USHNELL - Deborah L. Kenny, »* •» & oabam at. e*<%j«d injur? Thtwrtay §v* tft* itm to car to was drtv struck an I-beam. She His traveling east In the 200 btock of Watt Davis Stmt when a beam hit the ear's windshield. Hie beam apparently had been left unattended by workers tmddmg an addi- fktk to the C. S. Norcross and Setts plant BoahneF Police Chief Ed Su. ter aati about $300 damage was done to the can Tr* accident is slfll under inveaUgaUon. Diane K. Hoyle, 25, 1246 N. Jackson St., last week was taken to McDonough District Hospital, iMacomb, with back injuries after the ear in which she was riding was struck from behind. Her husband, Leknd R Hoyle, 27, was going north on vow ssxeec ana awppeu w mm left at East Hunt Street A car driven by Joan L. Davis, 645 N. vranora sx., also was sjomg nonn sflo snuoK me noyie car. Pohce CUef Ed Suter estimated damage to the Davis car at $100 and to the Hoyle car at $400. Miss Davis was charged with careless driving. BushneU VFW Post 1422 mem- Bushnell MRS. JAY CLEMENS vorresponiieni Home Address: 660 W. Hurst St. Phone 772-2240 /: |||f Galva MRS. SUSAN mown OORRESPDNDKNT Home Address! 14 NE third Ave. Phone mm hers made plans Thursday evening for their annual fish fry Sept. 2 at VFW Park. Glenn McCance was named chairman of the event, and appointments were made to com* mittees,' ^ ' BushneU Public Library will close for vacation Aug. 19 • Sept. 4. Currently on display at the library an 10 oil paintings by Mrs. Harold W. Fitch, They include landscapes and still lifes. Tops Alexis Show Debbie Edelman, 15, daughter of Mr. and the fat stock show held in conjunction with Mrs. Don Edelman of Alexis, showed Friday the annual Alexis Progress Show. (Register* her 1,250 - pound Maine Anjoiu • Shorthorn Mail photo by Steve Stout.) steer "Jake" to the grand championship of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis have returned from a trip to the Ozarks, Silver Dollar City in Branson, Mo., St. Louis and Lake Geneva, Wis. Fraudulent Expenses Bring Suit NEW YORK (UPI) - Two executives of CBS' Records Division have been accused by the company of plotting to obtain more than 6300,000 in fraudulent expense reimbursements. A suit filed by the Columbia Broadcasting System Inc. in Manhattan Supreme Court charged David Wynshaw, a director of special marketing projects, and Anthony Rubino, director of marketing administration, with conspiring since 1970 to submit false and misleading invoices. Wynshaw, of New York; and Rubino, of Wyckoff,' N.J., allegedly used the funds ob­ tained for their own benefit and that of unnamed co-conspirators. They also were accused of purchasing airline tickets with CBS funds for their personal use. The suit followed similar action by CBS recently against Clive Davis, the former head of the records division, who was fired for allegedly diverting company funds for his own use. Motor vehicle registrations in California, whose population is 20 million, totaled 18,820,000 hi 1972. Galva School Classes Start On Aug. 28 GALVA — Classes In Galva School District 224 will resume Aug. 28. Teachers will attend a workshop Aug. 27. The high school office will open Aug. 6 to register new students or those who have not already registered. The Middle School office will open Aug. 13 to register students. The elementary school office will open Aug. 20. Registration may also be done anytime for elementary grades at the office of the superintendent of schools on Northwest Third Avenue. Fees for the different grade levels vary, and anyone with questions may contact the office where the child will attend school. All new students in the district are required to pay a 62 book deposit. Football practice is scheduled to start Aug. 20. Physicals for athletes will be given Aug. 4 at the office of Dr. P. M. Schmidt. Upperclassmcn will report at 2 p.m. at the doctor's office, and junior high physicals will be given at' 4 p.m. Sunday is the concluding day at the Henry County Fair at Cambridge. It is designated as Galva Day. READ THE WANT ADS! Ready Exhibit Timmy Bain, 9, Rock Island, helps his load antique gas engines to exhibit Saturday grandfather, P. J. Claeys, Preemption, un- at the annual Alexis Progress Show. Read the Want Ads CLOSED Will Re-Open Sat., Aug. 11 The EARL KnoxvilU Week 9 s Headlines Topped by Nixon Tapes Subpoenas, Libyan Hijacking By JAMES R. KING United Press International The executive and legislative branches of government were locked at week's end in a rare confrontation over White House papers and tape recordings that could resolve questions raised during the Senate Watergate hearings. The Week in Review It appeared to be up to the government's third branch—the judiciary—to act as referee in the standoff. President Nixon's argument in withholding the papers and tape recordings of White House staff meetings and phone conversations is based on the Constitution's "separation of powers" doctrine. He said his office does not have to comply with the court subpoenas asking for the material. Both the Senate and special Booby Trap Injures Four British Soldiers BELFAST (UPI) - Four soldiers were injured today when a booby trap explosed in h house in the Roman Catholic Bogside district of Londonderry, the British army said. None of the soldiers was seriously injured in the blast which came as they carried out a routine search of houses in the former "no-go" area cleared by troops in a sweep a year ago. prosecutor Archibald Cox issued the subpoenas. Cox told Chief U.S. District Judge John J. Sirica that the tapes were "highly material to the grand jury investigation" because they involved individuals who allegedly took part in the Watergate cover-up or committed perjury. At Cox's request, Sirica signed an order giving the White House until 10 a.m. EDT Aug. 7 to show cause why it should not be ordered to turn over the tapes. Nixon did offer to give the Senate Watergate Committee some documents "that can properly be made public" if the committee would ask for them specifically, but Chairman Sam Ervin, D-N.C, said that was impossible. "We are not clairvoyants, since we have never seen the documents," Ervin said. The tapes sought by the committee concern conversations Nixon had with his former counsel, John Dean, from Sept. 15, 1972, through March 21, 1973. Dean alone has testified that the President indicated he knew of cover-up efforts following the June 17, 1972, break-in at Democratic headquarters. Nixon has said he knew nothing of the cover-up until March 21. The constitutional battle over the White House tapes raged while former White House aide John D. Ehrlichman, the highest ranking Nixon administration official to testify before the Watergate Committee so far, endured four days of tough questioning. He steadfastly refused to implicate either himself or the President in the break-in or the cover-up. IN OTHER NEWS: PAPEETE, Tahiti — France ignored worldwide protests and exploded a nuclear bomb Sunday. It was the 34th French nuclear explosion in the South Pacific since 1966. BENGHAZI, Libya - Four hijackers commandeered a Japanese airliner and took 137 passengers and crew members hostage on a three-day hop- AUklfeMlfO! wlun •? 4aiwf nunu *n4 •cconpMicd by SUNDAY ONLY HIKE MY AT Don't forget to rag- ister Angela's lirhv day Club . . . 'Th« pltc* to go io* • family oi fun" N. Henderson St, Phon# 343-0213 1 ESX 1 scotch skyjacking. It ended when the pirates freed the hostages in Benghazi and then blew up the plane. The demands of the skyjackers were never made clear. One hijacker was killed by an accidental grenade explosion and the rest were captured. ZURICH, Switzerland — Capt. Eddie Rickcnbacker, the World War I flying ace who later became chairman of Eastern Airlines, died Monday at the age of 82. —PLUS— . JANE iwimi siimwiimiu in an alan j oakula prodtxtion 'Mule 1 ponavision© technicolor© from warner bros., (ft) a kinney leisure service ~ "DIRTY HARRY" 7:00 "KlUTP' 8:50 THRILL AGAIN TO THE HAPPIEST SOUND IN ALL THE WORLD ^ANDREWS aiRisTtipiiER PHJ1VI1V1ER G] QOUKmtUu ONE SHOW EACH EVENING AT 7:30 SUNDAY MATINEE AT 1:4$

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