BUSHNELL MRS. JAY CLEMENS CORRESPONDENT Home Address: MO W. Hunt St. Phone 7721240 Bushncll Teachers Attend Conference BUSHNELL - Mrs. William Chaffee, Mrs. George Pensinger Jr., Darrell Johnson and Mike Alexander, all Bushnell- Prairie City Teachers Assn. officers, have been attending a state leadership conference at Western Illinois University at Macomb this week. Mike LaFary, 11-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Harley La Fary, Wednesday had open heart surgery at University Hospital, Iowa City. Scheduled to work mornings in the coffee shop of McDon- Tests Scheduled For August 17-18 High school equivalency tests will be administered to persons over 19 years of age Aug. 17-18, according to Robert D. Peck, Knox County Educational Service Region superintendent. Interested persons should apply in person at Peck's office on the third floor of the Knox County Courthouse. Applicants must have resided in Illinois for at least one year before tak ing the test. The tests include five parts plus a test on the U.S. and Illinois constitutions. ough District Hospital, Macon*, are Mrs. Gracie Fayhee and Mrs. Shelby Wrestler on Aug. 15, and Mrs. George Ack lam and Mrs. Dean Speer on Aug. 16. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Jontry, Chenoa, are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Curtis Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Crumm attended the Root family reunion last Sunday at Springfield. Rev. Allen R. Marrett, pastor of Bushnell United Methodist Church, will be on vacation for the next two weeks. Parlshion ers who need assistance are asked to call the church office List Services First Baptist-Virgil Kelly, interim pastor. Church school at 9:15. Worship at 10:30. Ser mon: The Big Spenders. United Methodist - Allen R. Marrett, pastor. Church school at 9. Worship at 10. First United Presbyterian Ralph W. Adamson, pastor. Vacation. No services. Christian — M. J. Brown, pas tor. Church school at 9 :45. Worship at 10 :45. READ THE WANT ADS! 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Ramesh at the TRAVELODGE MOTEL, Tel: 343-3191 I -«l«^icn* anytfma:lf notln.lssweyour nams & plione numier, Air Controller Failed To Use 'Right' Word WASHINGTON (UP!) - Tr* failure ok an air traffic controller to use one key word Ut his radioed instructions to a flight crew caused the collision last DeQtmtJtr of two Joiners It CWcago which kilted 10 persons, safety investigators said today. A North Central DC9 jet attempting a takeoff from t fog-shrouded runway at Chica go's O'Hare International Airport Dec. 20, 1972, collided with a Delta Air Lines jet taxiing across the runway. The North Central jet crashed and burned, killing 10 persona «nd injuring 14 others. Two of the M passengers aboard the Delta jet wen injured. According to the National Traiwportation Safety Board the airport air traffic controller "omitted a critical word which made his transmission to the flight crew of the Delta jetliner ambiguous." The key word omitted was "right" when the controller told the pilot to taxi to runway 32 There are two runways deeif nated "32 "-32 Right and 32 Left. Nor did the controller use "all the. available information" to determine the exact location Of the Delta jet, the board said The board's report also sharply criticized the performance of the crew of the North Central jet in evacuating the burning, smoke-filled plane. The flight crew supervised the evacuation from "outside the aircraft," a procedure tha delayed the escape of some passengers, the board said. It also said that crew members' "actions and coordi nation during the evacuation were less than adequate and probably detracted from the success of the evacuation." According to the board, the Delta plane's crew was not informed that the runway they were crossing had been designated as a takeoff runway for the North Central jet. The board said the controller must not have heard all the words radioed by the Delta pilot when he reported his position. As a result, the controller ordered the Delta jethner to holpMng "32." According to the board, the controller believed the plane was moving toward the holding area known as "32 Right," but the Delta airliner because of its position, could only logically taxi to the holding area designated "32 Left" which necessitated it crossing the runway being used by the Norm Central plane for takeoff. (Salisburg Rfflistftf'Ma j I A Galesburg, 111. Friday, ...Aug. 10,1973 13 IJ -A. MRS. SUSAN MPNER CORRSJSPONDKN1' Home Address: 24 NE Third St. Phone 932-2725 Old Settlers Day Set for Sept. 8 GALVA - The annual Old | the Settlers Day at Bishop Hill has been scheduled for Sept. 8. Plans for the event were finalized at a Thursday night meeting at the Bishop Hill Colony School. Committee members authorized the purchase of stainless steel work tables, which are expected to be installed in the colony school kitchen by Old Settlers Day. Rev. Wayne Nordstrom, president, discussed renovation plans for the kitchen. The annual meeting of the Old Settlers Assn. will be Sept. 6, at which time election of officers will be held, 11 a.m. worship service at the Assembly of God Church Byers and his family travel during the summer months pre senting musical programs. He is a school teacher during the winter months. MOSCOW (UPI) - Tha Soviet Union said today it has launched a fourth spacecraft toward Mars, setting the stage for what Western experts predict may be a dual landing on the red planet next March. Tha Tass news agency said the latest unmanned craft, Mara 7, was launched at 8 p.m. ttsjraday. "This should be the last in the series," said a Western space expert. Tha first in the series, Mars 4, was launched July 21 and waa followed July 2fl by Mars and Aug. 6 by Mars 6. They The annual Galvs Day Golf Tournament will be held Aug. 17 at Midland Country Club with more than 200 persons expected to take part. Persons who have not received an invitation should contact Willie Thomson or Don Ivie, co-chairmen. Assisting on the Galva Day committee are Ralph Olson, Joe Raley, Lee Lewin, Martin Appell, Howard Brawner, Kenneth Jones, Norm Larson, Don Pitman, Don Schuster and Harcld Smith. The afternoon will include an 18-hole golf tournament, swim mini? and tennis. Mayor James B. Young will present the Mayor's Cup at a banquet scheduled for that evening. Rich Falk was 1972 champion with a gross score of 76 and a net score of 65. Several humorous prizes will also be awarded. The Irvin Byers family of Salinas, Calif., will present a gospel music program Sunday at The public is invited to attend the service followed by a church picnic. Shower Changed ALPHA — The community shower honoring Mrs. Bruce Devlin has been changed from Aug. 16 to Aug. 14. Women of the community are invited to the event at Alpha Baptist Church. It will start at 8 p.m Russians Launch Craft represent the first Soviet Mars probe since 1971 when Mars 2 and 3 went up. Mars 3 soft- landed on the planet and sent back signals for 20 seconds before going dead. Western experts said they expect one and possibly two of the new probes to make a soft landing on Mara after a seven- month journey ending next March. "The others will have equipment for processing and relaying pictures to earth," said one source. "Most likely me Russians have put up • four spacesntps Because ney nave a lot of experiments that they could not or did not want to put in one package* One of die four may be a backup for one that is intended to land." 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