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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 15

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 26, 1963
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16 Golesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, III. Wednesday, June 26,1963 Uncle Sam Is Protector to Arab Nation By PHIL NEWSOM UP! Foreign Sum Analyst When, last December, the United States recognized the revolu tionary regime of Yemen, it did so with both short and long-range objectives. Immediately, it hoped to give Yemen's President Abdullah-Al- SaUal the prestige needed for him to remain in. power, and to - give both Egypt and Saudi a reason to cease their outside • aid to the opposing sides in Ycm- ' en's civil war. When tin's failed to have the desired results, the United States took two more steps. It prodded the United Nations into entering the dispute in the role of mediator. And it sent one of its most successful negotiators, Ellsworth Bunker, to the Middle East for on-the-ground talks with President Abdel Gamal Nasser and with Prince Faisal, premier of Saudi Arabia. Egyptian Agreement Out of this came Egyptian agreement to withdraw its troops from Yemen and Saudi Arabia and Jordan agreement to cease FALSE TEETH That Loosen Need Not Embarrass Many wearers of false teeth have suffered real embarrassment because their plato dropped, slipped or wobbled at Just the wrong time. Do not live In fear of this happening to you. Just sprinkle a little FASTEETH, the alkaline (non-acid) powder, on your plates. Hold false teeth more firmly, so they feel more comfortable. Does not sour. Checks "plate odor breath". Get FASTEETH at «lrug counters everywhere. their aid to Yemen's deposed Imam. It also led to a U.N. decision to send a peace-keeping team under Swedish General Von Horn, to Yemen to make sure the agree ments were earned out. In the long-range, the United States also sought to cut off what rapidly was becoming an all-out test of strength between Egypt and Saudi Arabia. Direct conflict between these two held out almost limitless possibilities, and in direct notice of its own interest in the conflict, the U.S. warned Egypt that any attack on Saudi Arabia would set it on collision course with the United States. Since there is reason to believe that the Egyptians not only were flying Russian planes in Yemen but that some of them were flown by Russian pilots, there then came the possibility of another U.S. confrontation with the Soviet Union. There the situation roughly stands today. The trouble with the over-all strategy seems to be that it reckoned without the determination of the deposed young Imam now fighting to regain his throne. Anxious (o Leave Nasser is believed anxious to get out of Yemen where costs are running around a reported $1 million per day and Egyptian troops have suffered heavy casualties. But he dare not pull out until he believes SallaPs position is secure. But the power of Sallal's regime so far is confined to the cities and his hold by no means firm. In London last week, the Imam's foreign minister, Ahmad Moham ad El-Shamy told UPf correspondent George Bitar that ] the war will end immediately if the Egyptians pull out. He said the Egyptians have 30,000 troops in Yemen and that the Russians also have stepped up their aid to Sallal, including at least 600 technicians as well I as pilots and tank drivers. As for the Imam, he quoted him as saying "In the Yemen will be my throne or my tomb." In the Yemen, Nasser has a tiger by the tail. But so does the United States. Ontario League Posts Benefit ONEIDA — The Ontario Women's League met in the basement of the Ontario Congregational | Church. The afternoon was spent preparing material for rag rugs. Plans were made for the bake sale July | 3 beginning at 9 a.m. in the Anderson Building in Oneida. Mrs. Edward Blender was the I hostess for the afternoon and served lovely refreshments to those present. Mrs. Laura Framplin and Mrs. Rosenow will entertain at their I home July 18 for the next meeting of the league. Joe Gasparella, former Notre Dame football star, will coach Carnegie Tech's eleven next fall. 10 PC. BEDROOM ENSEMBLE NO EXTRAS TO BUY. 0 Double Dresser and Mirror §) Bookcase Bed # Chest of Drawers • 2 Boudoir Lamps # 2 Bed Pillows # Innerspring Mattress and Matching Box Spring NO EXTRAS TO BUY. DOUBLE DOOR UTILITY CABINET Gleaming While Utility Cabinet An Ideal Storage Space $ 7" METAL DOUBLE DOOR WARDROBE Shocking low price for this rugged metal wardrobe in handiomo walnut finish. $Q95 Just one of the many wardrobe's shown In our Budget Basement. Be sure and see the complete selection. B L MID-SUMMER S A S CHOOSE YOUR ITEM - CHOOSE YOUR PRICE Something for Everyone During This Sole L E GRASS SHEARS Pump Action. Reg. $1.49 69' WINDOW SCREENS Adjustable 12x22x33" Reg. 81c 69' DE-VO-KO PAINT Vinyl Flit Wall Paint. Reg. $1.47 Qt. Qt. •MS $4.54 Gal Gal. *3 18 DEVOE SEMI-GLOSS All Colors. THE BUDGET SHOP 429 I. Main Downstair* in Doyles Galesburg 50-FT. GARDEN HOSE 68 $6.99 Gal Gal. '4.88 Green — 2 Ply HEDGE SHEARS 8" Blades Regular $1.98 ... '1.59 TOOL BOX 8x9x18". Lift-out Tray. Regular $4.88 SUPERIOR HOUSE PAINT Reg. $4.49 Gal. Gal. '3.88 '4.49 GARDENING Buy For Less At BLS ROSETTE FLORAL DUST 12 oz. FREE Pump Reg. $1.49 Lawn Furniture '119 FOLDING CHAIR SQUARE TUB ALUMINUM TOMATO & VEG. DUST 12 oz. FREE Pump Reg. $1.49 .... Reg. $5.49 '4.99 *1 19 RAID INSECT BOMBS Insect Bomb 99c Ant and Roach 88c FOLDING CHAISE Reg. $9.95 . '8,94 DIRECTORS CHAIRS OFF Repellent .."."..".".."...99c I YOUR CHO,CE » GREEN $1A94 I or Red ..Reg. $11 .95 T I U Lawn Mowers 20" ROTARY MOWER 2 l A H.P. B&S Engine. Recoil Start. Leaf Mulchcr. $49.95 '34.95 Exch. 5-PC. DINETTE CHROME. Gray, Blue or $2988 Brown Reg. $49.95 PLAY EQUIP TRICYCLES 10" 22" ROTARY MOWER 3 H.P. B&S Engine. Fingertip Regt $5 Controls. Leaf Mulcher. 7 & 12 8" Wheels. R eg , $7,99 Reg ' $90 OC 16 " $54.95 Exch. I Reg, $18 . 95 _ CHAIN DRIVE .'5.44 7.44 '14.44 22" ROTARY MOWER 3 H.P. B&S Engine. Impulse I ATOMIC MISSILE Start. Wheel Adjustment. Oil I $1A OO Gauge. I Reg. $26.95 ITJOO $64.95 '49.95 Exch. I 10" BALL ASSORTMENT 22" HAHN-ECLIPSE Rotary 3 H.P. B&S Engine. Ball-bearing Wheels. 1963 Model. $99.95 79.95 Exch. Regular 98c 77' DAISY B.B. GUNS Eagle Model Regular $8.88 .. Exchange must be Gas- powered in running condition. Regular $8.98 7.88 $ 5.88 GIFT WARES WATER PLAY EQUIP 2 Ring Pool Reg. $3.79 Reg. $5.49 '2,99 '4.88 GIRLS' SHORTS 10" NON-STICK CAKE PANS Regular 39c 27< PLAID SHIRT- CORD PANTS 3-6 Reg. $3.49 '2.88 10' NON-STICK MUFFIN TIN 43' Regular 59c KNIT SHIRT- CORD PANTS 3 - 6 Reg. $3.49 Striped —- Plain—Dentin* -Jamacias. Regular $2.29 values. $|88 '2.88 12x16" NON-STICK COOKY PAN Regular 59c 43' STEAM IRON CLEANER Regular 79c . 63' PAPER TOWEL HOLDER Regular 98c # # DON MOOR T-SHIRTS '2.88 BANLON SHIRTS W/COLLAR WOMEN'S DRESSES 6-18. '2.88 Juniors — Misses between sizes Maternity Dresses — Pick your dress—Pick your price. V-neck Knit Sleeveless. Sue Brett Pinstripes. Regular $17.98 Values. SALE PRICE FOLEY SCRAPER SPOON 77' BOXER SETS 3-6x, 2-4 Reg. $2.29 .... 14.00 '1.88 Regular 98c FOLEY MIXING FORK SLACK SETS 3-7, 4-7 Reg. $4.98 ... Knits Sleeveles Cottons- Maternity — Checks—Patterns. $12.95 to $14.98 values. Sale price Regular 98c 77« STEAM IRON WATER FILTER Regular 93c 77' TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE COOL SAVINGS AT B-L-S '3.88 s 110Q IRON SOLE PLATE CONDITIONER Regular 93c 77< Baseball Suits S.S. JUICE SAVER PIE PAN 2-4, 3-6 Regular $3.49 '2.88 WA" Regular $1.29.. 99" BASEBALL CAPS Reg. $1.00 79" IRONING PAD W/SILIC COVER This Sale features brand name Dresses, Nationally advertised Stacy Ames, Berkshire, Nancy Greer, Youth Fair, Kay Windsor, Sue Brett, Serbin. OPEN YOUR B-L-S CHARGE ACCOUNT Stripes — Solids — Prints —Checks — Jersey-—Linen. $10.95 to $14.98 values. Sale price Regular $1.29 99 < MEN'S WEAR HOBBY JEANS HANDY STEP STOOL Regular $1.46 A^c* Reg. $2.94 .... '2.27 UNIFORM PANTS NYLON DUST MOP REFILL Regular $1.34 ' '2.66 99" BACHELOR FRIEND SOCKS METAL VEGETABLE BINS 3-Tier Reg. $1 .59 .... '1.00 Now. 37^ and 33' CLOWN METAL COOKY CAN Regular $1.59 '1.19 SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS $1.57 to $1.98 Values BUY NOW DURING THIS MID-SUMMER SALE AT B-l-S COTTONS % Sleeves Maternity* — Prints — Checks —Rayon. $7.95 to $10.95 values. Sale price '1.47 $ MR. BIG SPONGE MOP Regular $1.99 '1.57 BLUE CHAMBRAY SHIRTS 99' ,»d '1.37 GLASS HURRICANE LAMP Regular 66c 49" WOOD KNIFE RACK Regular 98c 77' STORE 'N' SERVE CAKE COVER SET Just Say CHARGE IT! B-L-S THE EASY WAY TO BUY! WHITE T-SHIRTS Regular 2/$1.18 2/88' SEERSUCKER Denim — Stripes — Drip- Dry. Regular $4.98 valuo $**88 TOYO CAPS 16 , [SPORTS GOODS Regular $1.29 99' 3-RING POOL Reg. $7.79 '6.44 DECORATED APOTHECARY JARS -Am $1,57,«'» Reg. $1.98 Boxed MILK GLASS CRUET SET '1.79 Regular $2.25 STAINLESS STEEL FLATWARE 50 Vc. Svc. for 8 Keg. $13.95 '11.47 72x31" AIR MATTRESS Reg. $3.98 . '2.99 ROLLER SKATES Reg. $3.29 '2.44 CROQUET SETS 6 & 4 Player 6 Player. Reg. $12.47 $8.88 4 Player, Reg. $149 $3.14 6 Player w/Rack $7.77 6 Player on/wheels ... $9.88 DECORATED PAPER DISPENSER 3 -Way Regular $2.44 OMBRE TOYO CAP •1.99 Reg. 98c 77' ZEBCO 66 Rod, Reel and Line Regular $10.95 "'8.76 O'CEDAR DUST MOP W/ENDUST Reg. $2.49 '1 99 LAUNDRY CART Regular $3.98 '3.27 GIRLS' DRESSES Cottons — Prints—Sleeveless — Dacron, Regular 3.49 values. CASTING ROD ft REEL Regular $2.98 '2.39 BADMINTON SET 4 PLAYER <A AA Regular $4.95 A*7T *2«s BATHROOM SET Hamper - Brush - Wastebasket Th «" Dresses are all sizes. Bowl Brush tM 77 Some Dresses have a lim- Regular $5.95 4*// ited stock, so hurry! FIBRE GLASS TV TRAY SET 5 Pc. Reg. $15.95 . '12.77 TERRY WASHCLOTHS 6 ... 79' 15x26" TERRY TOWELS 8-14 3 lor 88* BROWN » LyiSICH^-ggOTT KNOWN BRANDS COST NO MORE 244 I. Main Phon« 343*8414 G«ltiburg, III, BADMINTON BIRDS Can of 3 *%At Regular 44c Can -^Mr CAR COOL CUSHIONS Regular $1.96 '1.42 BUY NOW PAY LATER 4 DIFFERENT CREDIT PUNS AT B-l.J

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