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Qalesburg Register-Matt GALfiSBtfflG, ILL., FRI., AUG. 10, 1973 SEC. 2 PAGE ft After Cat and Mouse Search WITHEftBEE, N.Y. (UPI) Aft experienced woodsman wanted for questioning in two murders was shot and captured Thursday, ending a 12-day cat and mouse search over a wide area of the Adirondack Mountains. The suspect, Robert F. ' Garrow Sr., a convicted rapist, was under police guard at Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital Medical Center in Pittsburgh. The final capture came after troopers found the ex-convict's nephew, David Mandy, 16, walking in a wooded area with food supplies. Maj. Donald Ambler of the state police said men were dispatched along a narrow roadway cutting* through the hillside. State troopers using bloodhounds began probing the area to force Garrow onto the roadway. Garrow, 37, a Syracuse mechanic, worked his way to the road, but began:tO;f)ee back into the woods,. AmblerySaid. LaBlanc ^fr** Hillary LaBlanc;conserva tion officer, fired at .the suspect and hit him four times, but! Garrow managed > to, stumble through the thick vegetation for about 75 yards before collapsing, Ambler said. "its too bad Garrow couldn't be taken without injury, but there is no question in my mind that LeBlanc saved the lives of Itfjjl several of my men by firing," |w Ambler said. Troopers charged Mandy with hindering prosecution. For the#i^el|^y^jOf:the search, GahrW 'itfcOThV .AWlta. as a woodsman.^ search parties stalking the marshes and mountains around Speculator, about 66 miles southwest of her& Earlier this W0ek; Garrow stole a car, slipped 7 01st police surveillance and visited the Mandy house, police said. Roadblocks Set Up Up to 200"state police and conservation officers were rushed into the area. Roadblocks were,set upas far aWay as the Cahadite r border, 65, miles north! ~ - ' Garrow, described by state police as having an "extensive record for rape .and various sex crimes," served a}; seven-year tjerm in prison -ijn a rape conviction and has told members of his family, that he would never return to 1 an prison cell. LOUIE'S LIQUORS 41 S. Seminary Tnohtf 342-4515 OPEN 8 AM TILL MIDNIGHT 0#|N SUNPAY 1 to 8 Wi -' RMM^MW Right To Limit Quantities — $W£H 1 «99 5th 9 Sunny Brook K Old Thompson Blended $l}38 Whiskey V 5th — $W£H 1 «99 5th 9 4 Roses Antique Whiskey $^89 5th T J OLD TAYLOR KY. TAVERN 86 Proof f 4 Roses Antique Whiskey $^89 5th T J Canadian Mist or House of Stuart Scotch f Glenmore Vodka „ $199 Quart y NEAR BEER OLD STYLE FALSTAFF , • . 12-12-Oz. Cans 12-12-Oz. Cans 6 "fn" l 26 $2.09 $1.99 PABST or HAMMS 24cr $ 3 M ANDECKER MICHELOB PABST or HAMMS 24cr $ 3 M COLD DUCK CHAMPAGNE Chilkd J ; , / LITE BEER 6 mm.. COLD DUCK CHAMPAGNE Chilkd J ; , / Radio Is Link in Search Boy Trapped in Truck ' ALBUQUBftQUE, N.M. (tlPi)— Bouncing radio beams afra DaseieBS nimnni nainpemi the «*fth for a boy desperately pleading for help over citizens band radio since Tuesday. Search coordinator Richard Dametuw said there are no plans to curtail todays search for the boy, believed to be trapped (alongside his father in an overturned truck. Though the boy in three days has never been able to identify himself beyond saying his first name Is Larry, Damerow and other authorities agreed the search must continue on the assumption no hoax is involved State Police reported 200 volunteers on motorcycles, horses and ifour<wne«l drive vehicles ctxnbed mountains and plains and the Civil Air Patrol said six planes were in the air. The number of citizens band buffs on the airways attempting to track the child was limitless. Damerow said there Would be a meeting with as many people in authority as possible to try to filter the many stories we have" and coordinate efforts more effectively. The main focus of the search is in the area of the Sandia and Manzano Mountains in central New Mexico. However, according to state police Sgt. A. B. Whitehouse, "we're searching Alamogordo, Las Cruces and all over the state because we aren't really sure he's in the Sandias or Mannncfl. "It's my understanding.that a skip of a radio signal is possible several hundred mites. We're realty iti no better shape then we were when we heard toe boy's predicament Tuesday evening," he said. "The bouncing of radio transmitting waves oil the rolling hills, canyons and mountain tops in this area is making the search impossible." The state police man said officers aire "having a heck of a time checking down all these rumors coming from California to Ontario, Canada, concerning the boy and his father." He said all rumors had been "proved false to date." Dollar Is Gaining Value On European Exchanges Genial Greeting Trudeau, the 20-month-old son - of Military Government of Nigeria, as his. mother Margaret Trudeau, right, looks on, at a garden party held yesterday at Government House; Ottawa. UNIFAX Justin Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, gets a handshake from H. E. General Yakugu Gowan, left, head of the Federal Is Taking Day Off HOUSTON (UPI) - While ground controllers consider feeding Skylab spiders Arabella and Anita a drop of astronaut blood to keep them healthy, the space station crew takes today off to relax, clean house and shower. Alan L. Bean, Owen K. Garriott and Jack R. Lousma were given a "shopping list" of scientific and housekeeping chores to do if they wish, but Mission Control recommended they take it easy for the day. The crewmen each had 90 minutes set aside for a shower and could do some sun observation through their powerful telescopes if they wished. Feeds Spiders The astronauts gave a fly-size bite of rare filet rnignon 'toj KNOX COUNTY REPUBLICAN CREAM SOCIAL their space pets Thursday to keep them alive for the rest of the record two-month flight in the 'hope tho spiders; will continue spinning webs in weightlessness. Arabella has already learned to weave a web without the help of gravity, and backup spider Anita was to be given a chance later in the flight. Flight Director Donald R. Puddy said if the skylab mascots are finicky eaters and don't like steak, the crew might be called on to use a little leftover blood from a biomedical experiment to provide a meal. Household spiders like Arabella and Anita usually eat only live insects, like flys, and rare filet was the only food item aboard Skylab close to the little creatures tastes. "In the continuing saga of Arabella^... we're considering using a little MHO (experiment) blood," Puddy said. "We're continuing on with the AT Park Drive Dairy LOSEY and WHITESBORO Monday experiment with vigor." Arabella's gravity-defying feats each day have interested mission science-pilot Garriott, and Thursday he commended the high school girl who thought of the experiment, Judith Miles, 17, of Lexington, Mass. "She is to be congratulated for a very outstanding concept, a very interesting idea and one that might very well have some application in studies of how animals and even men think and behave when placed in a brand new environment," he said. Puddy said there were no medical reasons for mission control giving the three space voyagers the day off after they had volunteered to work a full schedule ior the 14th day in a row. "We just think we're coming up very fast on that efficiency curve," he said. "It was more or less a ground-elected decision." LONDON (UPI) - The U.S. dollar gained in value on most European exchanges today and the price of gold sank again. The price of gold on the big London bullion market was set at $107.50 an ounce, $2.50 lower than Thursday's close and nearly $ft> lower than its record price set earlier this summer. The < dollar, which showed strength all week, made its strongest showing against the German mark in the past month. It was traded for 2.3930 marks in Frankfurt at the start of trading, the highest value since July 11. In London, the British pound' sterling was ' worth $2.4740, against $2.4820 at the close of trading Thursday night. The dollar gained a quarter of a per cent against the Dutch guilder, trading for 2.6210 guilders in Amsterdam. It also gained against the French franc, selling for 4.224 francs for the tourist financial dollar and 4.1925 francs for the official commercial dollar. The dollar also gained fraction in Zurich, where traded for 2.915 Swiss francs compared to 18875 Thursday,,said and it opened unchanged in Milan against the Italian lira. Gold dealers said trading was unstable on the London market and gold showed similar price swings in Zurich. Shortly after the morning fixing, gold dropped another dollar, to $6.50, then climbed back to about $107 an ounce. At the beginning of the week, gold sold for $115.75. In Zurich, gold was priced between $105 and $108 an ounce in opening trades, down from $109-$111 when the market closed Thursday. One trader at the Paris branch of a New York bank he thought the French liberalization of restrictions' against taking currency out of the country would aid the dollar's value in France. Divorce Lawyer Confers With Parting Liz, Dick ROME (UPI) — The lawyer but has handling divorce proceedings evenings for Elizabeth Taylor and Pontis. Richard Burton arrived to confer with the estranged couple today. 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