Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 31, 1973 · Page 15
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Faulty fail-Safe' System Kills Miners Gdjesburg ReQistf.frMoi! ,J&6 les butfl, Tuesday, July 31,1973 15 CHESTERFIELD, gflgififki (UPi) — Investigators of * coal mirw etevatof crash that killed 14 men tentatively blamed it on a faulty eteetrOftie'"failsafe" system today. The crash s Monday also injured 15 other workmen on their way to work at the Markham colliery. Investigators said the elevator's winding gear broke despite a safety system using 14 separate emergency procedures, each of them backed by two "fail-safe" devices. Engineers who designed the system tailed it the safest such transport in the world and said disaster was impossible. "Even if a man fell asleep at his job," said Dttek Ezra, the chairman of the National Coal Board, "any men in the cage should have been perfectly safe.*' Investigators said they wduld try to discover exactly what went wrong. Overcoming Cancer si Women Help Each Other To Heal the Scars WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1st 25 SUITS v"»» *"* $ 36°° 25 SPORTCOATS Values to $65 $ 00 13 SUITS v ° iuM *° * m i00 10 SPORTCOATS Values to $45. $C00 1 GROUP PANTS Values to $16. LONG SLEEVE DRESS SHIRTS Solids ft Patterns. MEN'S and BOY'S SWIM SUITS PRICE WALK SHORTS Balance of Stock. $100 40 BOYS SUITS $45.00 Value .00 25 BOYS SPORT COATS $C00 LADIES ODDS & ENDS l RACK ONLY $ 3 00 TERN & WELD DOWNTOWN GALES BURG By JOHN HENfcY JONfeS Susan Shack had been pregnant for four months with her second child when she noticed the lump in her breast. "I could feel that the lump had begun to grow. My doctor decided I'd better have a biopsy. That's when they take out a small piece of tissue Second In a Scries 1 went into the Jewish Memorial HoapM and when I woke up they had removed my left breast. The lump had been cancer," recalls Mrs. Shade, who was 24 at the time. "My first reaction was hysteria,'' said Mrs. Shack, a Bronx housewife. "But I knew it had been a life and dealh situation. My husband's sympathy and understanding helped a lot. Besides, I still had to have my baby." Five months later, Mrs. Shack gave birth to a five- and-a-half pound girl, Stacy. That was seven years ago. ALTHOUGH TENS of thousands of American women undergo breast removals every year, the subject has only recently received national publicity since Shirley Temple Black underwent the same surgery earlier this year. Previously, women like Mrs. Shack have had to deal with the emotional and physical problems resulting from breast removal in the privacy School Secretary Workshop Staged At Carl Sandburg Forty-three area secretaries attended a workshop for educational office personnel July 25 at Carl Sandburg College. The program was sponsored by Sandburg and ithe Warren" County Association of Educational Secretaries (WCAES). Mrs. Doris Galusha, administrative secretary to the superintendent of Yorkwood School District 225, discussed professional standards for educational secretaries. Mrs. Galusha is also chairman of the Professional Standards Program Committee for the Illinois Association of Educational Secretaries and a member and past president of; WCAES. I An afternoon session included; a talk by Dr. F. William Kelley ; Jr., Sandburg's vice president for instruction, and a discussion of the metric system by ames Macdonald, chairman of the math and science division at the college. In addition to Sandburg, representatives from 23 other educational institutions and districts attended the workshop. Coordinator of the workshop was Mrs. Marylynn V. Allen, secretary to Sandburg President Eltis Henson and vice president of WCAES. want to know? "MaMy (jjey're anxious abaut how their children, their friends or relatives w'ill react, or hofttfVtheir clothes wilit look on them.'' Mrs. Shack recaps t how quickly she worked her'.Way back into a fully active .'jou- tine. "As soon as I got home, I began doing the reaching exercises my doctor recommended, like the 'wall climbing' exercise with my left arm. If there Was any limitation on my aotivities, I guess (he natural one of getting back into everything after childbirth was the one t felt the most." Susan Shack: She Helps EaseTrttuma of their own families. But two years ago the American Cancer Society sponsored a program called Reach to Recovery which provides emotional counseling and practical suggestions for exercises and John Henry Jones is a science writer with the American Cancer Society grooming that helped speed patients' lives back to normal. Recently, Mrs. Shack appeared on a nationally aired TV panel show, along with Mrs. Terese Lasser, coordinator of Reach to Recovery, and several cancer qpeaaiists. THE SHOW focused on the Campaigns For Topless Clubs SAN FRANCISCO <UPI) - A 35-year-old piano tuner announced Monday he is organizing a drive to gather signatures for a ballot petition to make topless and bottomless entertainment legal in San Francisco. "I don't like to see censorship of any kind except for national security," said David Carlptro- em, who also announced his candidacy for the city's Board of Supervisors. However, Carlstroem said he doesn't like the nudity featured in North Beach nightclubs. "I don't waste my time going here," he said. public debate about whether or not the more extensive breast operation, called radical mastectomy, which is favored by many doctors, is necessary since, according to some reports, similar results are possible with less extreme procedures. Both Mrs. Lasser and Mrs. Shack vigorously defended their "radicals." Mrs. Shack, herself, became a Reach to Recovery volunteer last year. "When I read Mrs. Lasser's book (Reach to Recovery), I knew it was what every woman who's had breast surgery would like to know and I wanted to help." Last year, Reach to Recovery volunteers visited with 27,000 patients who were recovering from breast surgery. WHAT DO THESE women Next: The Problems o(^V|ctory PRICED FROM Timex WatchSs for Bock-to-Schiil and Vacation! Select Now . . . UsdfflDur Convenient LayawayjTJKIan f ,icd *.m 7,951 0 $2435 TlMEX ELECTRICS '25.00 to *125;00 Over 90 Models to Choose From. Sec Our Large Display. Berl Nord Jeweler! Oliiclal Burlington Northern uid Santa Tu Tim* In»p«cW£ located El»a Marie Shop — 314 E. Main.,*, save up to 75% downtown on dollar day discontinued items ond many one-of-a-kind closeours THE TOP DRAWER pocket your savings for our soon-to-arrive holiday decor open 9:30-5:00 433 east main . i 11 i e i n • . i > i k I t % n » •» « m t * I * > * DOLLAR DAY SHOE BARGAINS 10 DAYS ONLY CASH & CARRY SPECIAL ANDERSON HICKEY DESKS Walnut Tops with Stool Bin. Center Drawn with lock in. Black or Tan. DRESS STYLES CASUALS SCHOOL STYLES 30x60 Size Rtg. Price $147.90 CASH & CARRY PRICE 55x24 Six* Reg. Price $138.48 CASH & CARRY PRICE S gg 9 5 STENO DESK with 30x16" Return and 55x24 Regular Top Regular Price $17804 $19050 CASH & CARRY PRICE - lw V BUY NOW & SAVE Prices Good till Aug. 10 From Our Regular Stock School Types WOMEN'S - GIRLS SHOES $ TO PR. PR. WOMEN'S CHILDREN'S ODD LOTS A CLEAN UP BARGAIN'S - BARGAIN'S $*f $ TO PR. PR. CASUALS — STRAPS WING TIPS Black's — Tan's MEN'S - BOY'S SHOES TO PR. PR. CASUAL and LEATHER STRAPS OXFORDS CHILDREN'S SHOES PR. PR. WILKINSON'S Office Supply Company BLOOM GALESBUR6, ILLINOIS QUALITY IN FAMJtr SHOES UIST SHOES 107 I. MAIN ST. Downtown Galesburg

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