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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, August 3, 1973
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DEATHS AND FUNERALS GEOftGK II. HAMMAN LONDON MILLS - George R. ttamman, $4, of London Mills, died Thursday at 4:40 p.m. at Galesburg Cottage Hos pital. He was born Sept. 5, 1888, in London Mills, and married Edna Hatch Mi May 27,1915. She died in February 1962. Mr. Hamman was a member of the Fulton County Farm Bureau. Surviving are two sons, Marvin E. of Trivoli and George K. of London Mills; a sister, Mrs. Cora Brown, Avon; four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Funeral will be Monday at 1:30 p.m. at London Mills United Methodist Church. Burial will be at Abingdon Cemetery. Visitation will be Sunday from 7:30-9 p.m. at the Corman Memorial Home, London Mills. MRS. GERTRUDE PRATT ROSEVILLE — Funeral for Mrs. Gertrude Pratt, 83, of Roseville, who died Sunday in Jefferson City, Mo., was today at 10:30 a.m. at Corman Memorial Home, Roseville, with Rev. Phillip Merritt officiating. Burial was at Roseville Cemetery. Pallbearers were Don Kirby, Rusty Hodges, James Hendel, Howard Manuel, Barnard White and Irvin Young. RAYMOND FORDYCE ABINGDON - Funeral for Raymond Fordyce, 68, of Abingdon, who died Wednesday at Veterans Hospital, Iowa City, was today at 2:30 p.m. at the Corman Memorial Home, Rose- vUfe, with Re*. Joe M. Lee, pastor of Disco United Method- 1st Church, oifidaUng. ? Burial was at Roseville Me* mortal Park Ctmetfry. Pa»bearers we re Clyde Lang, George Ltyerniore, N e a 1 y Young? C. C. Gossett, Frank Howard rand'Irvin Young. Farmers' Co-op. He retired ki 1&2 for health reasons. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Frank (Mary) Howard and Mrs, William (Mildred) Ott, both of Dahinda. Funeral will be Saturday at 1-30 p.m. at Johnson-Gill- Schuster Chapel, WiHiamsfieH, with Rev, Phillip Snider, pastor of Williamsfield United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial wil 1 be at Williamsfield Cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel Friday after 7 p. m. MISS EDITH E. PETERSON GALVA — Funeral for Miss Edith E. Peterson, 94, of near Galva, who died Sunday at the Leisure Hills Health Center, Kewanee, was Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at Johnson-Gill- Schuster Chapel, with Rev. John Hancock, pastor of First United Methodist Church, Galva, officiating. Burial was at Saxon Cemetery near Toulon.. Pallbearers were Earl Winter, William Evans, Eugene Weimer and Leonard Liljeroot. WALTER MORGAN t DAHINDA*-Walter Morgan, 60, Dahinda, died Thursday at 4:45 ajn. 'at St: Mary's Hos- i»taJ, GaieaburgV : He was bom Feb?Sy 1913, ki :Knox County. He was educated in Knox County schools and was employed at the WilMamsfield «a FUNfRM HOMI KNOXVJilf, ItUNOlS Ernest I. Piersen Galesburg Rd., KnesvUIe, 01. Funeral Services: 2 P.M. - SATURDAY MARTIN FUNERAL HOME, KNOXVILLE. Friends may call this evening at the funeral home. Interment; Knoxville Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Grace Lutheran Church, Knoxville and may be left at the funeral home. CORMAN MfMQJtIM HOMI Roseville . Avoa Mills AtHwr W, Wiher Age 17 P^PINIVill ^t Die Private Services: I pjf, — SUNDAY CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME, ROSEVILLE. There wffl he no visitation. Burial« Olive Canetery. OoorfS I. Hannnen AgeM Mills, W. Services: 1:30 PJt - MONDAY LONDON MILLS METHODIST CHURCH. Visitation Sunday evening 7:30 to g p.m. Corman Memorial Home. London Mills. Biirial in Abingdon Cemetery. MRS. LILLIAN WHITING ALTONA — Funeral services for Mrs. Lillian Whiting, 87, formerly of Altona, who died Monday, were Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Hendricks Funeral Heme, Oneida. Rev. Mason Finks of First U n i te d Presbyterian Church, Galesburg, officiated. Burial was in Oneida Cemetery -r- raiioearers > were ueonje Krans, Lawrence Krans, Duane Craig, George Spuchey, David Peterson and Pat Hickman. HUNTER C. HILL DAHIND - Funeral for Hunter C. HiU, 90, of Dahinda who died Tuesday, was Thursday at 2 pxn. at the Martin Funeral Home, Knoxviie, wWi Rev. Philip Snider, pastor of Dahinda United .Methodist Churjcltfi clfie&ting..^ Burial: was at Oak Lawn Memorial * Gardens, "Gatefcurg. Pal'bearers were Leonard Lumberry, Date Ccilkpy, Joe CoBo- py and LekwdKeneipp. ^ MRS. JESSIE FREESE KNOXVTLLE-CTOveBkie aer- vices for Mrs. Jessie Freese, 83, of' Sacramento, Cabi., who died Sunday in Sacramento, were today at 10:30 a.m. at Knoxville Cemetery, with Rev. Ralph BenneU, pastor of First Christian Church, Gatesburg, officiating' MRS. LAURA* F. BICKEL Funeral for Mrs. Laura F Bickel, 92, of 120 E. North St. -Who died Wednesday, was today at 1:30 p.m. at Hcnchliff- Pearson-West Chapel with Rev. Jcijin Lynch, pastor of Corpus Chdtsti Catholic Church,- offici aung. Burial was at Memorial Park Cemetery. -"'^ FINEST IN ^rw i Jt FLORAL $ TRIBUTES u Don 's 5 Flower Shop & O 58 KUI.TON ^J- Mausoleums and % Monuments McFAU M0NUHENTS PboatMUlU Kent State Inquiry Set By Richardson WASHINGTON (UPI) - Attorney General Elliot L. Richardson today ordered a new inquiry into circumstances surrounding the 1970 fatal shooting of four Kent State University students, but apparently ruled out an immediate federal grand jury investigation. Richardson said that he had authorized Assistant Attorney General J. Stanley Pottinger, who heads the civil rights division, to conduct the new inquiry based on a 30-day study Pottinger made of the fatal shooting by members of the Ohio National Guard on May 4, 1970 Richardson said his decision rested solely on "the need to exhaust every potential for acquiring facts relating to this tragedy. We have concluded in the light of Mr. Pottinger's review of the file that there are some areas where an additional inquiry is desirable." In a statement, the attorney general said his decision "does not mean that we have reason to believe that the prior decision to discontinue active investigation was ' wrong or made for improper reasons, nor does it mean that we think the additional inquiry is like ly to lead to a different prosecutive judgment." He said the purpose of the investigation was simply to make sure that the department knows as much as possible whether there were violations of federal law. Richardson said Pottinger would report back directly to him. The families of the four victims have gone as far as the White House in requesting a federal grand jury investigation into the shooting, . which occurred during. an antiwar demonstration at the Ohio university. Baby Modes Is Declared Okay- In Foster Home CHICAGO (UPI) - Baby Moses, the black-haired, ^brown- eyed boy who war rescued from the edge of a lagoon in Chicago's- Lincoln Park, has teen pronounced healthy and is being cared for in . a foster home. "He's probably the most popular kid in the whole City now/' a spokesman for the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services said Thursday. He said the' department gets three or four calls a day from families inquiring about adopting, the baby — described by nurses at'Columbus Hospital as "extremely handsome." The 8-pound boy was catted Moses at the hospital, like the Old Testament prophet, when he was pulled from the water's edge Monday evening by a record salesman on an evening stroll. Moses, legally John Doe while police search for his parents, is being cared for by a foster family which has been taking in dozens of abandoned babies. HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage ADMISSIONS THURSDAY: Mm. Dora B. Bell, Laura Alan D. FMchpalrkk, Oneida Jknmye L. Hack, Rio Mrs. Mary jane uogsoon, 433 E. Grove St. Calven Lee Mathers, 859 E.Knox St. Miss June C. Brown, 1097 W. Berrien St. Kim R. Naslund, Oneida Mrs. Vicki A. Nelson, 514 N. Farnham St. Lauretta L. Nordstrom, Bishop Hill Mrs. Carla M. Sheppard, Monmouth Mrs. Marian A. Shoemaker, Galva Ty A. Squire, 1278 E. Main St Robert L. Tippett, Monmouth James E. Turfey, 1700 Robin Court Mrs, Letha Wise, Canton Frank W. Woods', Avon Charles W. Lazaro, Chicago DISMISSALS THURSDAY: Christine Y. Roos, Galesburg Route 2 MarceneM. Roos, Galesburg Route 2 Sheri A. Roos, Galesburg Route 2 Scott A. Reihtn, Avon Mrs. Linda M. Thomas, 130 Ohio Ave. Mrs. Amy M. Tinkham, Cameron Richard E. Cook, 1191 E. Main St. Carl L. Taylor, 1355 S. Kellogg St. Daniel L. Roche, Prairie Village, Kan. Mrs. Sharon K. Treadway, SmUhfield Mrs. Christa M. Mahaffey, Pterin nenaerson Scott E. Dab! M Jefferson St Tammi K. Smith, 1731 Robertson Ave. Mrs. Debbie L. Dennis/ KnoxviBe , Mrs. Phyllis M. ReimoMs, 300 E. Davis St. Mrs. Valerie J. HUligoss, Cameron Mrs Marion M. Buskirk, 825 N. Seminary St. Jeffrey J. Witter, Galva Mrs. Jacquelyn S. Mannon, Abingdon DISMISSALS THURSDAY: Mrs. Linda L. Myers, Avon Jack D. Harlan, Abingdon He has been the recipient of;Miss "Jennifer Stevens, Traffic Accidents No serious accidents were reported Thursday as Galesburg police investigated five mishaps. The corner of Henderson and Main streets was the scene of two accidents Thursday. The first occurred at 11:15 a.m., when a semi driven by Charles D. Larimer, 27, Monmouth, was involved in a collision with a car driven by LaRita M. An derson, 25, Catherine Club. The second occurred at 2:45 p.nv when a car driven by Catherine E. DeCounter, 57, Good Hope, hit the back of 6ne operated by Kenneth R. Hoosen, 18, of near Galesburg. No tickets were issued after either mishap. A car driven by Joann G. Dudman, 33, 580 Monroe St., backed into a parked auto owned by Lenard T. Cieslak, 54, Riverdale, at 1:18 p.m. in front of the Dudman home. There were no charges. David L. Ronk, 18, 154 Bandy Ave., was cited for a lane violation after the van he was driving hit car operated by Harry S. Weaver, 49, 982 Bateman St., at 3:40 p.m. in the 100 block of West Main Street. A ticket for failing to yield the right of way was issued to Nellie L. Johnson, 49, no address available, after he car hit one driven by Barbara J. Van Beveran, 34, 300 E. Davis St., at 7:18 p.m. at the intersection of Seminary and Fifth streets. MONMOUTH - William G. ^Solesburg Reaister-Moil, Golssbur^ HI. rVtrJoy, Aug. 3, rlS Probe Concluded Ellsberg Motivated by Patriotism' Today 9 8 Record Traffic Court KNOX COUNTY - Eight Galesburg residents were fined in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court for operating bicycles without proper wnapment (lights and reflectors). Fined were Thomas E. Lacy, 18, 1391 N. Broad St, $10; James A. Churn, 14, 348 E. Fourth St., $19; Robert M. Diehl, 15, 1025 Wfflard St, 810; Mark L. Loving, 25, erf near Galeshurg, $10; Jeffrey R Sandborg, 20, 679 WiMard St., $10; Cynthia C. Crouch, 19, 890 N. Seminary St., $10; Edward F. Greer, 20. 1289 Camptell Ave.. $10, and Douglas A. Patch, 18, 668 N. Broad St., $10. Anna Marie de La Cruz, 25, 517 Iowa Ct., was sentenced to 16 days in the county jail for unlawful sale of an alcoholic tiquor to a minor. The sentence is to be served on weetarids. Larry Fox, 19, 140 W. Prospect St, was fined 940 for dis- orueriy conoucx axier rniener- ing with citizen band radio transmissions of the Courtesy Cab Co. James M. Carothers, 18, 285 Indiana Ave., was given six months probation for possession of less than 2.5 grams of marijuana. Two Abingdon minors received $10 fines for curlew violations, whiles 17-year-old Ga'esburg youth received a $25 fine for curfew violation. Phil Petecs, 19, and James L NEW YORK (UPI) - The CIA concluded in August of 1971 that Daniel Ellsberg was a brilliant man motivated by "what he deemed a higher order of patriotism" when he made public the Pentagon Papers, The New York Times reported today. The Central Intelligence Agency's report was rejected by members of the special White House vinvestigating unit who later broke into the Los Angeles office of Ellsberg's psychiatrist. Former CIA director Richard Helms confirmed in testimony before the Senate Watergate Committee Thursday that the' White House had expressed disappointment over the CIA's initial Ellsberg study. Another CIA report was written later. But the first report described Ellsberg as an "extremely intelligent and talented in- MUINMUUTH — wimam G. Land"* is h^TiT J Bigger, 42, Biggsville , ^^^J^ $J^< injury Thursday at 7:30 a.m. \^ :iiT ^ ^norsZ be dividual" who "saw himself as having a special mission,,,and indeed as bearing a special responsibility" regarding the Vietnam War, the Times .said. The CIA report also said;"on several occasions he castigated himself for not releasing'the papers earlier." The CIA report said-B was based on "background material and current impressions derived from press reports, including newspaper and- magazine articles and television interviews. In addition, selected State Department and "FBI memoranda have been reviewed. "As the data base' is fragmentary and there has been no direct clinical evaluation of the subject, this indirect assessment should be -considered highly speculative^ and in no way definitive," the, report said. Cambodia Peace Agreement Snags on Coalition Talks VIENTIANE (UPI) — Com-;indicated it could be a matter munist and Vientiane govern- of several weeks after the ment negotiations to set up a signing of a protocol before coalition government hit a snag they were ready to as/urne today over the positioning of their - places in a coafition troops from Hhe two sides, government in Vientiane,.* * government sources close to the A peace, agreement signed talks said. Feb. 21 calls for withdrawal of The hitch developed after Communist Pathet Lao officials American advisers, some 17.000 CIA-recruited volunteer,, troops wlien the car he was driving struck and killed a hog. Bigger war driving north on 111. 94 about one mile north of Rozetta when the hog ran into the path of the car. Cars driven by Mrs. Phyliss ID. Walace, 23,110$ S. First St., and Larry J. Bennett, 30, of near Mnanoutti,' collided Thursday at 2:37 p.m. in the 400 Mock of North Main Street. Mrs. Wal tore was driving her car north in a public place in violation of the curfew ordinance. Mary M. Adams, 21, East Galesburg, was fined $10 for disorderly conduct. Fined for speeding were Farnsworth D. Clark, 19, Champaign, $11, and Donald G. Obermark, 48, Cahokia, $10., Larry M. Handy, 18,1068 S. Cedar St., Mand Dewey R. Wright, 25, 209 "tN. Ivan Ave., were each fined issued a declaration for the from Thailand and '^North first time during the weekend j Vietnamese forces only f after saying a peace agreement in ( the government is formed. The : A .car, driven by Mrs. Brenda BHly Lee Thurmari, Monmouth > L. Stambaugh; '64; 10W S. First Jack L. Huber, Roseville when the southbound Bennett $10 .J? r J**^"* a atop sign, atito was reportedly driven into John E- Anno, 17, LaFayette, the path of her auto. Bennett wa . s ,ined * 10 for excessive was charged with wrong lane • nd Sandra K. Gunther, usage. ! 18 « Abingdon, was fined $10 for improper .backing Harold D. Jenkins,-34, Knox principle had been reached and a protocol could be signed within a week. The sources said an inconclusive two-hour session was held Thursday and that government negotiator Ngone Sananikone broke off further discussions today, saying they would have to be postponed until military officials were consulted. Pathet Lao officials had no comment today other than that negotiations were continuing. Western diplomatic sources here, meanwhile, said that Pathet Lao officials have withdrawals ace to take place within 60 days. At issue currently,,, the sources said, was the designation of so-called "hot-spot" areas where the two sides' have been fighting. Under', the agreement reached so far, troops would be requjred to abandon the hot spots. ^ But the government sources said the Pathet Lao was trying to designate points where they have only a few troops as a hot spot, claiming territory to the rear of them and thus expanding their area of .control. Virgil L. Anderson, 940 Lawrence Ave. 1 St. Mary's ADMISSIONS THURSDAY: Mtas Christine A. Auatine, Carl H..Baughman, 227 S. Academy St. Mrs: Ethel A. Friend, 798 Day St. Mrs. Janet E. Green lief, Avon Miss Gladys Goodman, 1007 E. South St. Mrs; Charlotte Gardner, 2205 Daniel Dr. Miss Jacqueline Mitchell, 986 E. Knox St James W. Morrissey, 164 W. Knox St. Mrs. Karen L. Ross, Abingdon Mrs. Ethel Severns, Marion Steven L. Thurman, Abingdon Mrs. Betty L. Turner, Abingdon Mrs. Dorothy V. Wiskirchen, 994 Beecher Ave. Mrs. Sandra J. Whetsell, Abingdon numerous gifts of baby clothes sent to' the hospital, including a stuffed animal from Richard Franklini 34, the man who saved his life. Franklin -told authorities he saw a young woman pacing near the bushes, in the park where Moses was fouwf. The woman has not been located. Seek Payment SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - A suit has bean filed on behalf of the 2,000-mctnter UUnoU Association of Highway Engineers asking that the state be forced to pay $4JH million into the Illinois State Employes Retirement System. Hinnhliff- •bearflnn.. fUNHAl PIHCTOII 1070 WEST f SOUGHT ffSSST •HONE 343-7101 MRS. LLOYD E. PVPEN - 980 W. Usey St. Services 10 A.M. Saturday at Hinchliff-Pws«i-West Chapel. Friends may call this evening at the chapel. Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery. MRS. EVERETT E- CURTIS — 838 E. Brooks St Services 1:30 P.M. Saturday at Hwchliff-Pearsoa-West Chapel. Friends may call this evening after 8 P.M. at the Chapel. Burial at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. Yates City Mrs. Inez Hamilton, 1586 E. North St. Mrs. Charlene A. Schuneman, 55 W. North St. Mrs. Faye L. Morehouse, Moon Towers James C. HU), 759 Monmouth Blvd. St., and a truck driven by Har-; vllIe . was fined 810 for viola old E: MeredMh, 41, of near *"» of classification. Betty J. Monmouth, collided Thursday j Deny, 45, 246 E. Fifth St., was at the corner of Sixth Aye. and South C Street. Mrs/ Stainbaugh waa driving east on Sixth Avenue and the Meredith truck was northbound on C Street Meredith was charged with a r.*ght of way violation. " Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY - Betty A. Madden, 275 E. Fifth St., and Marvin C. Melton, 835 Lincoln St. Patricia Louise Geef and Samuel Haroki Rubinfeld, both of Abingdon. Karen Jean Thompson, of near Maquon, and Lyle Robert Chasteen, East Galesburg. Debra Joy Hammock, 1245 Court St., and Scott C. Swigart, 712 N. Broad St. Sana Kay McGrann, Abingdon, and Frederick John Becker, Forest Park. fined tlo for failure to yield at a stop sigh. Fined for fatting to dbu headlights was James A. Atchison, 21, Mokne, $10. Randall Curtis, 20, Abmgdofi, paid $10 for spinning tires. Found guilty of improper lane usage was John F. Stoley, Madison, Ind. Deborah A. Price, 23, Alexis, was fined for disregarding a red traffic signal. Each was fined $10. Debra K. Meyers, 20, of near Galesburg, was fined $10 for failure to yield the right-of-way, and Carl B. Cain, 19, 425 Mapte Ave.; $10 for improper passing. Ethel G Nelson, 571 W. Grove St., paid $10 for an improper left turn. Air Force Resumes Liaison Flights to Hanoi After Halt Circuit Court MONMOUTH - Jeffrey R. Holeman, 18, 907 S. B St., was fined a total of $115 Thursday in Warren County Circuit Court. He was fined $100 for illegal consumption ~of liquor and $15 on a disorderly conduct charge. Beth charges were placed against him July 27. Fined $10 each were Lewis S. Peoples, 19, 1111 S. Seventh St., Suits Filed The office of the Knox County treasurer has filed suit against 15 taxpayers in a continuing program to collect delinquent taxes. Named in the suits were: Robert C. GrabUl, 548 E. Second St., $201; Harold Gummerson, 1942 Newcomer Dr., $273; Zack Gross, 883 W. Third St., $138; Russell Line, Wataga, $75; WtlUam G. Lytle, Wataga, $97; lee Folger, 1555 E. Main St., $9)1. Nathaniel Ford, 300 E. Davis St.. $155; Buddy J. Frakes, 1603 Harrison St., $365; Joseph W. Frank, Abingdon, $197; Gale SAIGON (UH) - The U.S. Air Force resumed its long- delayed liaison flights to Hanoi today, and the „ South Viet namese government reported a sharp increase in Communist truce violations. The Air Force flights have been suspended for nearly two months in a dispute over safety pledges. The U.S. delegation to the Joint Military Team (JMT) announced that the dispute has been resolved and the flights were running again today. The JMT Is the liaison agency charged with accounting for the missing in the Indochina conflict and arranging for recovery of the known dead. On the fighting front, government military spokesmen listed 87 Communist cease-fire violations in the 24 hours ending at noon today, 22 more than the day before. Dean Herrmann. WilUamsfielddumjaying a valid city sticker Miss Kathleen E. Kemper, 1829 Bain! Ave. Miss Mary A. Wagy, Avon Jamee Sparks Jr., 1456 Meadow Dr. Mrs. Nora 3. Linderholm, 81 Bandy Ave. Julian A. Mitchell, 997 N, Seminary St. GreenbushClub Hosts Guests ^24e5jNJln^3^ ^%Oa)0a ^^a ^(fi^f ^BJ^| ^flf^ J5^8jB^ ^Sa ^a ^^J ^hWjBi^ ^^8 ^^n ^8 ^fiJJn^a^g ^^^Cf^^ ffuesis when Greenbush Pitch Oufc met at the (immunity Center July 28. pitch were Mns. Helen Scfareck, Mrs. Elvis StuU, Mrs. Kathryn Daswdy, Clarence Ross, Uoyd ^^^^^^w^^?^ ^^^^J 4 ^^0 |^i ^S^a ^D^^^^Ja ^a ^Ja^* A iwllupk darner nreceded the games. Mr. and Mrs. E2za StuJi will be the committee when the olub meets next S^>t. 22. Wiuola Football- Practice U Set VIOLA - AM Winoia High School atMeta* who plan to piay footfaag must have nbysicai examinations and oarents' sazna- tores granting permission be- *5oj^ ^ b © y jaj43aj*t Cototfaa^tt practice. Practice, is scheduled to bajin Aug. 20. Physical 4tt ^^l^^a^aV m\; Darlene Fisher, 345 UU- noii Ave., $176; Ulysses Flowers, 566 W. Tompkins St., $225; Helen May Fogarty, Hotel Custer, $126; Clarence Ford, 171W Tompkins St, $131, and Richard A. Fox, 755 Locust St, $118. Births Bora at Cottage Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis 6. Jones, Gilson, a boy Thursday at 12:01 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Nelson, 514 N. Famham • gai Tbwsdiy at 5:4$ p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Robert U Nord- rtrom, Riabps Hill, a girl Thursday at 7:35 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. James Jacobs, 1328 E. Lossy St., a girl today at 4:47 a. m. A homemade ice cream social wiH be Aug. 4 on the lawn of the Viola United Methodist Church. In case of rain the so* cist will be held inside the church. Serving begins at 5! / Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. U >v QJtn. jett. 1639 Willard St., a girl to- Restdea's in the Winoia!day at 9;09 a. m. School District or surrounding — areas are asked to help newjBore at St Mary's Hospital to: teachers find housing. Anyone Mr. and Mrs. Gary Greenlief, who has information on rentals !of near Avon, a boy today at should call the unit office. 1 1-'22 a. m. Market Rally Wasn't Flash In Pan: Firm NEW YORK (UPI) - E. F .I Hutton & Co. does not believe; the July rally in the stock! market was a "flash in the pan." The firm says in "terms The South Vietnamese , command reported a flurry of fighting and shellings' north, west and south of Saigon, the closest of the battles ossu.—'ns 18 miles south of the capital. In seven skirmishes M and (shellings in the Saigon mgfo, the command said, eight Communists were killed at a cost af six government soldiers dead? and 24 wounded. * Liaison flights to Hanoi "were supended June 8 wheir an incendiary device explodSd in the luggage of a $orth Vietnamese officer aboajjd a U.S. Air Force C130 en roate to Saigon from the North -Vietnamese capital. Seven poisons were injured but the plane completed its flight. Sources said the lOrtforth Vietnamese who bo|rded today's flight to Hanoi were not required to sign individual pledges that their luggage contained no explosives, a| the U.S. delegation had demanded following the June incident? However, the sources safi, all chiefs of the four delegations to the JMT agreed to complyjwith standard U.S. Air Force safety procedures for today's fligat as well as all future flights, Z Iaveshaeat Chatter rally, unlike its predecessors this year, had definite substance and also succeeded in breaking a six-month downtrend which is viewed as a siginficsnt technical accomplishment." Wright Bankers' Service says it would recommend a "cautious and selective" approach in ''making new comnutmsnts, Evacuate Residents MITCHELL, 111. (UPI)-More than 100 persons were evacuated from their homes early today after a propane gas leak was discovered at the Progas Cq. in the Madison County community of Mitchell. Legal Notipc NOTICE FOR BIDS 2 The Salary and Instance Committee of the KnoxCgunty Board will accept bids'far insurance coverage for ,K3pox County. • Specifications may be obtained at the office of Yvongs B. O'Brien, County Clerk. £ Bids will be accepted^uM 11 Friday, September 7, 19ft, at 4:00 p.m. and should be delivered to the office of the "County Clerk, Courthouse, Galesfurg, Illinois. * The Committee reserveg; the right to accept or reject* any and all bids and waives ani formalities in bidding. Z Dated this 2nd day of August, 1973. • " SALARY AND INSURANCE COMMITTEE J >F THE KNOX COUNTY- BOARD, KNOX COWTY. ILLINOIS ! I By: ' r Cieric 8/3-|D-i7: 3T

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