Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 12, 1973 · Page 12
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 12

Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, May 12, 1973
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12 Ctatesb Register-Mail, (fcjespurg, HI. Soturdoy, May 12, 19?3 Stores Sued for Keeping Stamps SPRJNOrifiLD (UPi) *-The St. Louis-based Famous-Bafr department stores are beto| sued for withholding $10 million worth ©f trading stamps from customers Who stfliteh their payments over a period of time. Week's news: Indicts Ex-Cabinet Officers BE READY!! Beat the rush. Learn to swim at the Galesburg Municipal Pool. Located off of North Sem inary and Carl Sandburg Drive. Open: 1 to 5 p.m. & 6 to 10 p.m. Wednesday thru Sunday Adulti: $.70 Children: $.35 By United Press International For the first tim since the Teapot Dome scandal 1 50 'years ago, former cabinet officers have been indicted by a federal grand jury. • _ Week in Review Former Attorney, General John Mitchell and Former Secretary of Commerce Maurice Stans were indicted on charges of perjury and ob- 12 Noon to 5 P.M. Sunday Only Bring Mom in This Sunday to Celebrate Her Day. Something to Brighten Up Your Home is Always a Pleasant Surprise. $169.95 3 MEDIT TABLES Cocktail, Square, Hexagon. For ,95 $59.50 COMFORTABLE FIRM /_ ^„ MATTRESS or BOX SPRING *38 10-Yr. Guarantee $179.95 5-Pc. Maple Dining Room $' Formica Table Top, 4. Mates Chairs. •_ i95 $ 54' 5 *188 00 3-Pc. Corner Group 2 Sofas—Sleeps 2. Quilt- Q95 ed. Was $300. 5 Pc. Dinette By Queen City. Was $99.95. Herculon Sleeper Casters. Was $259.95 — Cord Toble Set Cushioned Seats. Was $79.95. _Mon Sized Recliner Heavy Vinyl. Was $127.95. 1 Group of Choirs Discontinued Styles. Were $100.00 -$150.00 . 7-Pc. Dinette Tall Back Chairs. / Was $179.95. Fireplace Beautiful Stone Front. $^1A °5 Was $279.95 — Al'T Strotolounger Rocker Reel. Heavy Vinyl. $| OO 95 Was $189.95 Early American Sofa Herculon Cover. Was $289.95. Crib Maple or White. Was $69.95. 199 95 $ 219 95 $ 39 95 Roll Top Desk Maple Finish Colonial. Was $169.95. 195 Crib Mattress Waterproof Covering Was $14.95. Pine Hutch Colonial Style. Was $219.95. Traditional Sofa Nylon Print. Was $319.95. Mediterranean Bedroom T. Dresner Chest & Bed. $<)7A95 Was $369.95 . A/ 7. Velvet Pop-Up Recliner Traditional Style. $170 95 Was $279.95 . : .: if* Kroehler Velvet Love Seat Recessed Caster Base. $174 .95 Was $229.95 — I / "t Stereo Phonograph 8 Track Tape: $lOQ °0 AM & FM Radio. IYO Medit. 3 Pc. Bedroom Trip. Dr. 5 Dr. Chest & Bed. Wasy$319.95 Kroehler Sofa Velvet Cover. Was $28995 Deluxe Mattress or Spring Full or Twin. 20-Yr. $XA95 Was $99.95 . •; 36" Metal Wardrobe Plenty of Storage. $ Was $49.95. ..... Hollywood Bed •• > Twin Size, w/Headboard. ^95 Was $119.95. -. *199 95 $23995 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 strutting justice. The grand jury indictment said they tried to bfock an investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission into financier Robert L Vesco's dealings. Vesco, former charman of International Controls Corp., and 41 others have been accused in a civil suit filed by the SEC of milking foreign niutual funds of $244 million. Mitchell and Stans, the indictment said, "by deceit, craft, trickery and means that are dishonest" tried to obstruct the investigation in exchange for a $200,000 contribution from Vesco to President Nixon's re election campaign. Around the World: WASHINGTON—For the first time since the Indochina War began the House reversed. its eight-year stand of unwavering support for the war and voted 219 to 188 ot block funding for the bombing of Cambodia. WASHINGTON - The Senate voted to make it illegal for any president, hot to follow congressional guidelines on spending funds 'voted by that body. PHNOM PENH, Cambodia- Communist troops continued their ^ attacks en government troops killing Cambodian sol- 1 diers in battles within five miles of the nation's capital. NEW YORK-Former cocktail waitress Aljce Crlmmins, serving time in connection with the Slaying of her two children eight years ago, had her conviction overturned by an appeals court. She is expected to stand trial again on manslaughter charges. BEIRUT — Despite three cease-fire agreements, scattered fighting continued between Lebanese army troops and Palestinian guerrillas. At the peak of fighting Premier Amiri Hafez resigned and military rule over the pivotal Middle East country was imposed. The confict is over the future role of guerrillas in Lebanon. NEW YORK—A Pulitzers Prize for public service in journalism was awarded to The Washington Post for its investigation of the Watergate case. GUADALAJARA, Mexico Terrance G. Leonhardy, the United States general consul in Guadalajara, was kidnaped by terrorists and released unharmed after 30 alleged political prisoners were turned over to Cuba by the Mexican government. In The Armed Forces Airman Charles Y. Jackson Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Y. Jackson, Bushnell, has been assigned to Carswell AFB, Tex., after completing basic training at the Air Training Command's Lackland AFB, Tex. He has been assigned to a unit of the Strategic Air Command for further training and duty in the. transportation field. His wife, Sue, is the daughter of Mrs. Edna Porter, Abingdon. Jackson Howard Army Pvt. Ronald L. Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin W. Howard, Dahinda, recently completed eight weeks of basic training at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Seaman Kenneth S. Boydstun, son of Charles C. Boydstun, 1142 N. Academy St., who has completed basic training in the Navy, is a section leader in Battalion 10 of Co. 8024 at Orlando, Fla. He will be graduated May 18 from ship identifica- Army Pvt. Keith H. Patty, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell D. Patty of near Galva, recently completed nine weeks of advanced individual training at the U.S. Army Infantry Training Center, Ft. Polk, La. Army Pvt. Rickey E. Mathews, son oif Mr. and Mrs. Judge D. Mathews, 687 E. Knox St., was assigned recently to the 3rd Armored Division in Germany. His wife, Melva, lives near Abingdon. Seaman Ret. Inez Finley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lugene Finley Sr., 507 W.' First St., was graduated. recently from recruit training for women at the Naval Training Center, Orlando, Fla. ) Eric R. McFall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. McFcll, Stronghurst, has been promoted to sergeant in the Air Force. He is an aerospace control and warning radar repairman at Port Austin Air Force Station, Mich. Sonar Technician l.C Duane E. Byerly, son of John Byerly, 215 N. Academy St., was member of the commissioning crew of the Navy's newest submarine rescue ship, the USS Pigeon. Electric Crook GRAYS, England (UPI) Alistair Geger had his electricity cut off because of an overdue light bill. Then he got a bright idea to make some cash to pay off the bill by recharging car batteries at home. He stepped outside and plugged a cable into a street lamp near his front door. He was arrested on a charge of stealing electricity. "As I pay my taxes for things like street lighting it seemed a good idea," Geger told a court Friday. The judge discharged Geger on condition of his future good behavior. Attends Meeting VICTORIA - Dr. Jerry Ra- munis, Victoria, was one of a thousand medical dectors who attended the 25th annual meeting of the Illinois Academy of Family Physicians May 5-10 in Chicago. The session offered courses in a wide variety of subjects to help physicians update scientific skills. 1320 N. HENDERSON ST. GALESBURG RABIES CLINICS For the convenience of dog owners, in complying with the annual Rabies vaccination requirement, The Knox County Veterinarians will conduct Rabies Clinics as Follows: Galesburg — All Veterinary Clinics during regular office hours. WjHiamsfield — May 15, 7-9 P.M. — Dr. Hockgraver' Office. Rio — May 17, 7-8 P.M. — Dr. Allen, Fire Station. Oneida — May 17, 7-9 P.M. — Dr. Vinson' Office. East Galesburg - May 18, 7-8 P.M. r- Dr. Allen, Fire Station. Yates City — May 18, 7-9 P.M. — Dr. Hockgraver, Fife Station. Henderson — May 19, 2-3 P.M. — Dr. Watters, Fire Station. Maquon - May 21, 7-8 P.M. — Dr. Strahler, Fire Station. Abingdon — May 22, 7-8 P.M. -r Dr. Strahler Office Dahinda — May 22, 7-8 P.M. — Dr. Hockgraver, Fire Station. Altona — May 22, 7-9 P.M. — Dr. Mills, Fire Station. Gilson — May 22, 7-8 P.M. — Dr. Hoyme, Fire Station. Knoxville — May 23, 7-9 P.M. — Dr. Hoyme, Fire Station. Victoria - May 23, 7-9 P.M. - Dr. Mills, Fire Station. Wataga — May 24, 7-9 P.M. — Dr. Vinson, Fire Station. RABIES FEE $5.00 PER DOG coram mwte jMiirtBV 1 PrlcHfo<}dtMiTu«i,Mly.ll DISCOUNT PRICES STORE Mon.-Thurs. 9-9, Fri. 9-10, Sat. 9-9 Sunday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. IIIIIIIIIIIIE S 7-Day Special 5 DETERGENT I Tide llllllllllllllfTJ c 1 QT. BOX WITH $10 OR MORE PURCHASE EXCLUDING COUPON PURCHASES M-4 Expiree Tuea., May 15-Llmlt 1 SAVE 26c

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