Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 14, 1973 · Page 8
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, April 14, 1973
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jGoles^urQ Regisfer-MQil, GQlesburg, III. SdtufdQyi April 14, 1973 r hearts are full bf gratitude to the hundreds of people worked for thfe Greater 6alesburg Crusade for Christ Ith Juch dedication: committee members, pastors, church fpresentafives, counselors, ushers, choir members, fol- vy^op corps, and a host of others. Your faithful cooper- ^5^ti In this great endeavor of the churches in Knox and IVarren counties has brought spiritual renewal and hope Ib'the lives of unnumbered people. We are also grateful 3tS;Battery C, 2nd 123rd Artillery, Illinois National Guard ^<*nd REACT for parking automobiles. Thanks to all of you your help and cooperation. The Executive Committee, G. Harold Ahlberg, Chairman Week?s Headlines Cambodians Snap Communists' Hold By BOB MILLER United Press International The government of President Lon Nol this week broke at least temporarily the Commu- The Week in Review nist stranglehold on the Cam' bodlan capital of Phnom Penh. After a 19-day enrcirclement by the Communists, a convoy of HOUR SPECI Noon ^ r ^ Only Sove Now on This Great Selection of Top Quality Furniture. Only a Sompying Listed. Get More Than Your Money^s Worth Now! $169.95 3 MEDIT TABLES Cocktail, Square, Hexagon. $59.50 COMFORTABLE FIRM MATTRESS or BOX SPRING 10-Yr. Guarantee $179.95 5-Pc. Maple Dining Room Formica Table Top, 4 Mates Chairs. . 109" $3300 «119" 3-Pc. Corner Group ,-2 Sofas—Sleeps 2. Quilt- $^^A95 ed. Was $300. XIT 7 Pc. Dinette By DUCHESS. -Was $169.95 Herculon Sleeper $|ggOO Casters. 'Was $259.95 Vinyl Sofobed Tuxedo Styling. Was $189.95. -.Man Sized Recliner Heavy Vinyl. Was $129.95. 1 Group of Choirs Discontinued Styles. Were $100.00 - $150.00 . 7-Pc. Dinette -^Tall Back Chairs. Was $129.95 Fireploce Beautiful Stone Front. Was $279.95 _ — Strotolounger Rocker Reel. Heavy Vinyl. $1 ^f%9i Was $189.95 Early American Sofa Herculon Cover. Was $289.95. - . _ Medit. Vinyl Sofa Darkwocd Trim. Was $259.95. Roll Top Desk Maple Finish Colonial. Was $169.95. 379 .5 '66'"' 17995 119" '219" 179" ni9" Walnut Drop Leaf Table Formica Top. Was $129.95. Pine Hutch Colonial Style. Was $219.95. Traditional Sofa Nylon Print. Was $319.95. Mediterranean Bedroom T. Dresser Chest & Bed. $^7A95 Was $369.95 . .. . Jmi W Velvet Pop-Up Recliner Traditional Style. $1 70'^ Was $279.95 liw Kroehler Velvet Love Seat Recessed Caster Base. $17^'^ Was $229.95 I / H Stereo Phonograph 8 Track Tape. $10fi®® AM & FM Radio. IwO Medit. 3 Pc. Bedroom Trip. Dr. 5 Dr. Chest & Bed. Was $319.95 . _ Kroehler Sofa Velvet Cover. Was $289.95 .._ Deluxe Mattress or Spring Full or Twin. 20-Yr. $^ Was $99.95 . Bassett Bedroom Beautiful Medit. Style. $01 A95 Was $499.95 Hollywood Bed Twin Size, w/Headboard. $0^^<^ Was $139.95 $1P ^95 *239" '69" 319' 84' 10% OFF ALL LAMPS EVEN THOSE ON SALE IF YOU MENTION THIS AD 10% OFF ANY 3 TABLES PURCHASED EVEN THOSE ON SALE Sunday Only FEATURED PRICES ARE WAREHOUSE-WAY Easy Credit Terms Always Available Come Early For Best Selection Other Items Also At Money Saving Prices I five ships faced up the Mekong River from Saigon Sunday, carrying vital supplies of fuel, ammunition and food. On Monday, three more ships ran the gauntlet of Communist artillery fire., Also in the ne>ws this week: WASHINGTON —The automobile industry was given an extra year to meet the tough Federal emission standards to curb pollution. WASraNGTON -- Anne Armstrong, counselor to the President, said she agreed with Seh. Barry Goldwater that fundraising efforts had been affected and that llepttblican candidates could be hurt next year unless the Watergate controversy was cleared up. BEIRUT, Leba^n — Before dawn Tuesday, Israeli commandos landed near Beirut, traveled by car to a suburb, where they stormed an apartment building and killed three Arab guerrilla leaders. Only hours before, 10 Arab guerrillas in Nicosia, Cyprus, attacked the home of the Israeli ambassador with a powerful bomb and attacked an El Al jetliner at Nicosia airport. BETHESDA, Md. — Surgeons at the National Heart and Lung Institute installed American-developed nuclear- powered pacemaker in a 39- year-old woman. MOUGINS, France - Pablo Picasso, the Spanish-born titan of 20th century art, died of a heart attack Sunday at his hilltop villa. Picasso, 91, lived the last 10 years a virtual recluse. His extraordinary talents were as diverse as they were bold, and he changed from style to style as the mood hit him. He was entombed without ceremony at one of his French homes. He left a vast estate worth millions but no will because of a superstition about death. One of his great legacies, a priceless collection of works by other artists, was, donated by his family France. WASHINGTON - the administration proposed raising the Federal minunum wage to $2.30 an hour from the current $1.60 by 1976. WASHINGTON - President Nixon proposed Federal standards that would increase unemployment benefits and extend coverage to 635.000 farm workers. The proposed legislation, which would give most workers at least half their regular pay when out of work, would also prevent states from extending benefits to strikers. HOCHWALD, Switzerland-A chartered British airliner car- ying, 144 people, many of them women on a one-day shopping trip, crashed into a hillside in a blizzard, and 105 persons died in the worst Swiss aviation disaster. Many of the victims were members of a women's club in Axbridge, England, where mourners began calling the community a "town without mothers." fiy FRANCES £)RAKE Look in the section in which your birthday comes md find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR MONDAY, APRIL II, 1I7S March 21 to April tl (Aries) ^Demonstrate your talents In the areas where they will do the most good, and don't become unnerved or distracted by stubborn opposition. Originality and diligence will net big advantages. April 21 to May 21 (Taurus) —To understand those with whom you are involved, as well as the needs df all, will be half your battle Won. Meetings and discussions should be conducted with this in mind. May 22 to June 21 (Gemini) —You can achieve much it you go about things in the right wayr^nd with optimisni. Hiere may be a hitch occasionally but, generally,.you can streef things in the way you wish. June 22 to July 23 (Cancer)— Liinar aspects auspicious. Put your mind and keen powers of observation to work, but DON'T make impulsive decisions. A good day for accompli^ment. July 24 to Ang.:23 (Leo)-Not all you look at will be as you see it. Ask someone else what he thinks of matters and you will view a whole iiew picture. the first!Invite cooperation. You get a real shower of results when you use classified ads regularly! Aug. 24 to Sept. 23 (Virgo)Recall an old tack or maneuver that could inspire, invigorate this day. Not everything new is THE thing. Planetary influences generous. Sept. 24 to Oct. 23 (Libra)Ease up on striving, expansion soending, if you have been in high gear. But, otherwise, an extra spurt here, a wise penny spent there, can be time- and money-savers.- Oct. 24 to Nov. 22 (Scorpio)Try to put over your ideas but not too hard, or you may lose the attention of others by seeming to dictate. Let your willingness to cooperate dominate. Nov. 23 to Dec. 21 (Sagittarius) — Enthusiasm j as well as to j competence, must be properly channeled to be effective. Do not go to extremes on this generally stimulating day. Dec. 22 to Jan. 20 (Capricorn) —Control emotions, a desire for luxuries. Don't shift from one plan or activity to another without reason. Don't make promises you can't keep and don't aim for the unreasonable. Jan. 21 to Feb. 19 (Aquarius) —Not a spectacular day, but friendly for educational and individual advancement; also for experimenting, straightening out complications and making long- range plans. Feb. 20 to March 20 (Pisces) —Search for a more distinctive, more helpful way to push your interests. They can be handled with greater ease if you depend on your own judgment. YOU BORN TODAY are an extremely outgoing, person, energetic and full of ei)thusiasm for life in all its infinite variety. You are endowed with a brilliant imagination and would make an excellent inventor. 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