The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on September 15, 1971 · Page 18
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Hutchinson News Wednesday, Sept. 15, 1971 Page 20 EAGLE SCOUT-Creg Caller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Caller, 213 Countryside, received bis eagle scout award during ceremonies at the First Presbyterian CSiurcii. Greg is e member of Troop 1. NEW EAGLE — Jo© Stevens, son of iMr. and Mrs. Jack Stevens, 3111 North Monroe, received his eagle scoat award daring court of honor ceremonies at the First Presbyterian Church. Joe is a member of Troop 1. Diplomacy Of Soviet to Stop China? By WBLLLVM L. RYAN AP Special Correspondent Soviet diplomacy seems far from sure where it's going, but in a hurry to get there. Top leaders and diplomats are traveling in what begins to look liJce a frantic "stop China" drive. In particular the plan of Premier Alexei Kosygin to visit Canada seems part of an effort to get in Soviet llclts before President Nixon goes to Pelting. In Tough Spot The Russians are in a tough spot with regard to China. Moscow purports to speak for the Communist world. For 22 years Moscow has raised indignant protest again-st exclusion of Red China from the United Nations. Now Peking seems attout to get into the world organization and the Russians can do nothing openly but support it. What they might do covertly would be quite another question. In any case, the Russians have prepared a long bill of particulars available for anybody's use. It charges: Moscow's Contention —That Red China is against world peace. Moscow points to China's rejection of Soviet proposals for conferences on disarmament and nuclear weapons. It's alleged that China propagandizes for war at home, opposes collective security in Europe and Asia, encourages "military psychosis" in Albania and tries to create tension in Southeast Europe. —That Red China pursues a deliberate policy of hostility to the U.S.S.R. To support this, there is the stalemate in talks about the border areas where; shooting erupted in 1969. Moscow speaks of "constant hostile propaganda agakist our party and country" and "subversive activities" against other Com- munisfc-ruled nations. 'Peking A Menace' —That Peking is a menace to small countries of "the third world." The Soviet offensive has a look of emergency improvising, some thing elected because it seemed )>etter than doing nothing. Bui it could be to Moscow's profit. For one thing, it Is palpably - amied at sowing widespread 'suspicion of Red China's intentions intheUpJted Nations. For another, the' policy might lead to something like a bold bid for a Soviet'American summit meeting. Such a bid in advance of the Nixon trip might be difficult to handle. STARTS 9:30 A.M. THURSDAY! OPEN 9:30 THURSDAY! ANTHONY'S FAMOUS BRANDS! "Forever Young" Pykettes Stockton Butte Knits "First Edition" Zio Sportswear ' jane Adams Knits ' Style Row Casuals • Wrangler Sportswear ' Brooks Uniforms •Cinderella Frocks • Mary Jane Dresses • Spencer Knits • Cutler's Knits • Bates Fabrics • Dan River Mills • Wamsutta • Klopman • Lady Pepperell • Ameritex • Simplicity • Coats and Clark •Chatham Blankets •Cannon Mills •Beacon Mills • Martex • Scranton • Owens-Corning •Lorraine Lingerie Lovable Bras •Bestform Foundations • Park Avenue •Poiymide Hose • Munsingwear Knits • Golden Vee Shirts •Marlboro Shirts • Hanes Underwear • Kodel Underwear LEVI'S • Buckhide • Osh Kosh •Mr. Wrangled • Walls Casuals • Velvet Step Shoes • Hi-Brows • Kraus Originals • Missy Mates • Wee Walkers •Roberts Shoes • Kingsway Shoes • Dingo Boots •Acme Boots • Hawkeye a.m. to 8:30 o.m. FRIDAY! SATURDAY! "Grand Opening" Specials in every department Shop both floors! Convenient elevator service or stairway to our new enlarged fashion department upstairs. Grand-Opening Special! FAMOUS "STOCKTON" POLYESTER STRETCH PANTS and matching PANT TOPS Exdting Collection of "Never-Before" Fall Styles Made To Sell For now ^ $1699 Special Purchase $ ONLY ^EACH • Modified Flares " Straight Legs • All New Colors Misses and Juniors 8 to 18 • Ladies' Dress by "Forever Young" val $25 • Samsonite Tote Bag value $20 Men's Dress Shoe by Roberts" value $20 • Men's Corduroy Sport Jacket value $19 • Anco Supreme Electric Blanket value $19 • Anthony Gift Certificate value $10 • Anthony Gift Certificate value $5 C. R. ANTHONY CO. Use Your BANKAMERICARD or or I^ASTER- CHARGE at Anthony's Grand-Opening Special! DuPont Nylon "Match Mates" Tailored Pajamas with Matching Coat Thursday, Friday, Saturday 3 DAYS ONLY SET Nationally Sold for $6.99 ONE-YEAR GUARANTEE Ideal for travel! Wrinkle-shed no-iron nylon. Button front pajamas with piping trim and pockets. Elastic waist pants. Sleep coat with matched piping trims. Assortment of your favorite colors. Ladies' Nylon PANTIES Briefs—Bikinis ^ / Pr. Ladies'Nylon . PANTYHOSE Petites-Reg.-Tallg ^ Jf Pr. THANKS ... For "putting up with us" during our recent remodeling efforts! For several weeks now, Anthony's customers have been stepping around ladders and sawhorses, avoiding painters, electricians, carpenters and tolerating our general confusion. We sincerely appreciate your patience and understanding. Thanks. Golden Anniversary! This month Anthony's will be 50 years old and the Hutchinson store, opened just six years after the company's original founding, is Justly proud! Now operating 311 stores in 21 states, Anthony's is half-a-century old. but loaded with young ideas to make your living better. You're Invited! Come in and see our brand-new remodeled and enlarged department store New fixtures! New decorations! Big new enlarged departments, re-arranged for your shopping convenience. Come see everything new! 44 Years m Hufchinson! COFFEE and COOKIES! Free Balloons for the KiddiesI "BRIDAL BOUQUET" SHEETS and PILLOWCASES New No-Bron Mu,tico|or Prints ' DOUBLE OR TWINS FinED OR FLAT! for Matching Pillov/eases 2 for $2 Pepperell Dacron Polyester/Cotton A "Grand Opening" specialjust for you. Fabulous Lady Pepperell "Bridal Bouquet'* floral prints in never iron dac- ron and cotton blend. Chooss from color combinations in blue or gold. Buy several sets while you can save. Lovely choice of new fall wardrobe shades! POLYMIDEII" Stretch French Yarn Ponty IHose Regular $2.00 pair. Junior petites, regulars and out- sizes. "Golden Anniversary" Special! The fabulous sheer, snug-fitting, no-sag panty hose that can't run. Opening Speciall... Machine Washable Polyester DEEP PILE COATS Vinyl belt and trims. No dry cleaning — ever Rum! Gold! Navy! Beige! Purple! 8 to 18 Girls Sizes 7 to 14 Special Purchase! Regular 15,99 values in a great assortment of styles in an array of new fall colors. New Fan Styles JR. PETITE DRESSES Regular 10.99 Washable, Never Iron Two Beautiful New Decorator Designs IMPORTED BATH TOWEL Ensembles BATH TOWEL HAND TOWEL FACE CLOTH 3 PIECE SET Buy the complete ensemble or each towel separately: bath towels, 1.49, hand towels, 69c;' wash cloths, 29c, Plush, thirsty, cotton terry in colorful Jacquard patterns. Washable--No Iron Antique Satin DRAPES ^5 Pair Regular 6.99 pr. Choice of 63" or 84" lengths, all 48" wide in white, gold or green. Insulated foam lining completely washable. HIGH CHAIRS BABY BEDS BASINETTES STROLLERS CAR SEATS BABY FURNITURE Grand Opening Special! Big Selections! MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS and FALL Sporf Shirts each I $3.99 FAMOUS BRANDS! ALL NEW STYLES! New long-point collars! Some with 2-button cuf^s, some French cuffs. All new fall long-sleeve styles in solid colors, stripes, bright patterns and wallpaper prints. Sizes Wh to 17. Permanent press. Shop now and save! Use liony's Layaway! Never an extra charge! Entire Stock Thursday, Friday, Saturday See our big new department of Childrens furniture and toys on the second floor. Boys Long-Sleeve School Shirts Colorful new young men's fashions Tailored-like-men's styles. Easy-care no-iron polyester/ cotton fabrics in great new colors and patterns. Sizes 8 to 18 Values to $3.99 60 inches wide!... 100% D^eifOn Polyester DOUBLE KNIT l^iRICS Grand Opening Special.... SHOP BOTH FLOORS Regularly Sold for $5.99 Yard Novelty jacquards! Tv/o-tones! Polyester crepes! Blister patterns! Co/den 4 nniversary Feature! GIRLS 7-to.14 School and Fall 1' Special from Samsonite! TOTE BAGS Reg. *i« 1388 ,2, 1 588 Assorted styles in blue, pink, green, natural. Polyester Double Knit PANT SUITS Vahies to $25. Fresh new fall styles from the Dallas Fashion Market. The greatest v lue in polyester double knit we have ever offered. N w fall colors and patterns. Buy now and save up to $2.22 »yard. 58/60" V^ide-Bonded WOVEN ACRYLICS Regular 3.99 jd. Bright new fall patterns and rich solid colors. Yard HALF-PRICE SALE! Men 's SUITS and SPORT COATS Sale of a huge current stock, to make room for more new fall and winter fashions already on the way. $35.00 Qualities now $17.50 $45.00 Qualities now $22.50 $55.00 Qualities now $27.50 $65.00 Qualities now $32.50 $75.00 Qualities now $37.50 $85.00 Qualities now $42.50 The miracle knit of Kodel polyester and cotton! MEN'S BRIEFS and T-SHIRTS Shape-retaining soft combed knits in whites that stay white! ,Comfort fit, longer wear with Kodel polyester. $1.29 Values! Boys Siies 6 6 FOR ONLY *5 FOR ONLY Shop Anthony's for complete stock of Hanes Knit Underwear and Munsingwear Knits 4 Beautiful new decorator ideas!.,. $6.99 values! Double Bed Polyester/Rayon Blankets *Charmaire! * Zodiac! * Luxury Double! * Fashionaire! Colorful Prints, solid color thermals and patterns GRAND-OPENING SPECIAL Boyi"Giris KNIT SHIRTS 1.59 Value Long-«leeve Asst. Styles Boy's Long Sleeve Sport/Dress SHIRTS Reg: 2.99 No-Iron 3 $7 Solids-Prints Ca- # Sizes 3-7 ™ ' Men's-Boy's CREW SOCKS 2 $' 79c to $1 pr. values. Orlons- Banlons. New fall shades. Stretch to fit. PR. Grand Opening Special!... Save! Boys Zip-Off Parka Corduroy JACKETS Siies ^ 6 to 16 \ 72x90 Inches EACH 80"x100"Full Bed SHEET BLANKETS Regular 2.99 ^ «K Polyester/ 4 \ Cotton m^w% White, colors. FOR Imperfects. WHITE! GOLD! GREEN! FUME! UME! BLUE! First quality fiberwovens or thermal _ nyli Full bed sizes.'poly bagged. Sale priced Compare iot $5.99!.... SPECIAL-PURCHASE SALE! 72x90 BLANKETS $11.00 knits vviSi long wearing nylon binding. 3 days only. Special from famous manufacturer. Slight irregulars of better quality blankets. Stock up now. Choose from 2 Styles Narrow wale or midwale corduroy with pile linings or puffy quilt linings. Zip^)ff hood, knit collars and cuffs. Sizes 6 to 16. Special-Purchase Sale $599 $799 Qualities! Men's Fall-1971 Style SLACKS of Double Knit Stretch Polyester $20"$22 Values! 88 Pair $ Only Modified dres."? - flare, 1 e g .styles. New popular solid colors or shadow stripes. Boys and Girls SCHOOL SHOES and New Fall Dress Shoes $^88 Slxes8V2to4 12 Styles! Pair Girls patents and krinkle patents in best teenage styles. Boy's oxfords, loafers and some in new buckle straps. All at one great low price. Snfiooth Black Leathers or Tan "Roughouts" WELLINGTON BOOTS "Opening" Special! $" Only JL 4tm m ^f* New Tapered Toe •* -1— 12. 61 /a to 12 B-D Widtiis Regular 14.99 Acme Hawlceye. T9P quality construction throughout. Page 21 y.j^^ The Hutchinson News Wednesday, September 15, 1971 Slate Moves On Economic Plano£U.S. NEW YORK (AP) - The new U.S. international economic program which was decided upon swiftly and unilaterally depends now for its success upon a series of bilateral agreements that may be painfully slow and knotty. The shock of the announcement Aug. 15 that the United States was floating its dollar and imposing a 10 per cent surcharge on imports left almost every foreign nation unable to react in word or deed. Now, while the United States may retain the initiative it has lost the momentum, and foreign governments are developing a counterattack. Canadians Angry Canadians are angry and intend to subsidize exports. Tlie Japanese decline to revalue their Yen. The Latin American nations fear a falloff in Western Hemisphere trade. The Common Market nations propose a dollar devaluation. By embarking on a new course of economic self-interest, it is entirely logical to assume that the United States could cause a readjusting of foreign policy and economic sympathies and even alliances. At that time the new program was ordered, optimists saw it this wav: The United States was sick of being discriminated against. It asserted its power by unilaterally floating the dollar. If other countries were reluctant to revalue their currencies the United States would blackjack them with a surcharge. Some Doubts Here But now even some American businessmen have doubts about using the surcharge as a club and fear that retaliatory measures could be imposed by other nations with a resulting decline in world trade. John Carroll, president of American Hoist & Derrick, which does a big export business from St. Paul, Minn., expressed last week the mixed feelings of some businessmen who see immediate benefits and long-term drawbacks. "As the dollar becomes worth less In relation to other currencies the export job is easier," said Carroll. "I have to see It that way." But, he added: "They will reciprocate. Retaliation is coming. This will boomerang ter- rifylngly." The American problem, Carroll insists, is not to reduce imports but to increase exports. Tile task is not to make it harder for other nations to export to the United States, he said, but to make it more profitable for American companies to send their goods abroad. How to Do It? And how is tliat to be done? By bringing labor costs into line with productivity, by developing a competitive American merchant marine, by providing insurance to lessen risks, and by developing export incentives, Carroll said. The voices now rising from both domestic and international sources are bound to somewhat change the original plan. The United States may have to make some accommodations. The question is, to what extent? The European Economic Community, for example, has proposed a devaluation of the dollar to go along with the revaluation of other currencies. While such a suggestion may bo too extreme for the United States to accept, it seems certain that other proposals—and even some exemptions from the surcharge—may get serious consideration. Some Dlllies WASfflNGTON (AP) ~ Ornithologists searching for precise nomenclature have devised many colorful bird names, the National Geographic Society says. Among them are the great racket-tailed drongo, yellow-bellied waxblll, black-spotted bare-eye, red-whiskered bulbul, turquoise-browed motmot, ru­ fous-browed pepper shrike and blue-faced booby. Children Are Gen^ NEW YORK (AP) - Young- sten between the ages of S and 10 took part in ^ rc<»nt survey by a bank hero wii^ a plastic dog bank as the/prij^;f(^;tt)e i best' aii ^woff Here/ ^ yW of /,. the g^ms from;Citibank Magazine:' '''' '' ' ' "A bank Is a place robbers Ike." "A bank Is a place where my aunt work*.'*

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