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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, May 24, 1973
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- W» t *rtv«r of ft 7,000-girfkJn g«i wnk *f pul1«d into a cut- rate ssrVtei station and said, ittlMnef'* a customer," shrugged the gas station owner, Robert ft Majka. "He hap* petted to be a customer." Majka Wednesday pumped 1,000 gallons of his gat into the truck, belonging to the,F. L. Roberta Co., a British Petroleum (BP) distributor. He had adjusted his prices from 41.9 cents and 37.9 cents per gallon to tf .l and cenw for hlgh'test and regular-grade gal Me advertised the rates, with a sign in front of Ws Atlantic fticWKld station that said, "Oas sale. Lowest prices iiiyuhere." Stephen Roberts, secretary and treasurer of F, L. Roberta, saidh* couldn't get gasoline anywhere at Majka's prices, even from B!>. Majka said he makes one cent per gallon at the lower prices. READ THE WANT ADS! KIRLIN'S WHITE NMDB WHOLE ALMONDS IN DELICIOUS White Chocolate Coating SPECIAL Galesburg Register-Moil, Galesburfl,III, Thursday. Mciy 24, 1973 9 Nixon Has Positive Attitude: Julie WASHINGTON (UPI) - Julie Nixon Eisenhower said today her father is maintaining "a very positive attitude" during the Watergate crisis and said it tfoUM be "a grave error" for him to resign. Discounting any thought that President Nixon might resign, Mrs. Eisenhower said doing so would be "an admission of wrongdoing," and her father had done nothing wrong. Asked on the NBC-TV Today Show how Nixon was reacting to the steady flow of disclosures of possible involvement of former aides and others in the Watergate affair, Mrs. Eisenhower said he "has expressed frustration because of the fact that his achievements are being overshadowed." But she added, "He is not in despair ... he has a very Watergate Follows Rogers on Latin Tour Gary Watson Mark Holford Union Valedictorian Named REGULAR $2.50 Lb. LB. HALLMARK Graduation Cards, Napkins, Plates, Invitations, Place Cards and Center Pieces. Graduation Autographed Toys. GIFTS for the GRADUATE . . . $1 and up HALLMARK GRADUATION MEMORY ALBUMS Master Charge Welcome r ^ YOUR CONVENIENT HALLMARK STORE 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. DAILY SUNDAYS - NOON TILL 5:30 P.M. 221 E. Main St. — Downtown Galosburg BIGGSVILLE - Gary Watsotf and Mark Holford have been named valedictorian and saluta* torian of the graduating class of Union High School. Gary, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Milan Watson of Oquawka, has been on the football team four years and was co-captain his senior year. Other activities included student council vice president, then president; chorus; president of Madrigals; band and the annual staff. He also is a member of the National Honor Society, has won the Daughters of the American Revolution citizenship award and is an Illinois State Scholar. Gary plans to attend Bradley University, Peoria. He wHl major in electrical engineering. Mark, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Holford of Gladstone, has been on the football team, Student Council and is a member of the National Honor Society. He plans to attend Bradley University. Prisoners Stop Highway Repairs ATLANTA (UPI) - The use of prisoners to repair and maintain state highways will be discontinued July 1 in Georgia when employes of the state Department of Transportation (DOT) take over the job. DOT officials said the change was outlined in a recently signed state transportation code. Downing Musgrove, department commissioner, said the convicts "got nothing beneficial out of menial slave labor—they just became more hardened as criminals, filled with even more hatred for the law and society they had rejected." BUENOS AIRES (UPI) Secretary of State WiQiam P. Rogers flew into Argentina to attend a presidential inauguration, but found his Latin American hosts more immediately interested in the Watergate affair. He told newsmen Wednesday before he left Brazil for Argentina, the seventh of eight visits in a 17-day Latin American tour, that the Watergate affair was not a "favor- ble development," but he predicted it would not damage America's image abroad. "It will not have any effect at aiy.' Rogers told newsmen. "I don't want to leave the impression I think it is a favorable development. It will have some effects on the administration's relations with Congress on getting legislation passed on matters of foreign policy." READ THE WANT ADS! OPEN 7 A.M.-10 P.M. DAIRY Memorial Day Holiday Specials Complete Lint) of PICNIC-BAKERY and DAIRY PRODUCTS OPEN Memorial Day 7 a.m.* 10 p.m. Regular Route Delivery TOM'S POTATO CHIPS \ 59c ) 39c "ECKRICH" Whol* MM! FRANKS 12 ox. Pkg. 79c (Reg. 99c) "ECKRICH" SMORGASPAC Lunch Meat $119 Lb. I Pkg. (Hog. 1,35) "WONOfR" HAMBURGER HOT° r DOG BUNS 3 ".99c NEW "PADS" ROOT BEER 8 'S?- 59' (R«g. 89c) PARK DRIVE DAIRY STORES • East Losey & Whitetboro • Brood & Fremont • E. Knox and Fqrnham • 1290 W. Main St. • 164 S. Academy — Shea's • Abingdon The Pantry OPEN 7 A.M. - 10 P.M. — 7 DAYS A WEEK Special* Good Thru Wed., May 30 positive attitude." "I think he's been a tremendous President," she said. She said the family tells him, "We believe in you." "He hopes the American people will start focusing on other things," she said, pointing out he would foe meeting next week with French President Georges Pompidou and with Soviet leader Leonid I. Brezh­ nev starting June 18 to discuss international problems. Questioned about strained White House releations with the press, Mrs. Eisenhower said, "There's not much'you can do about it. It's a problem. I really believe in Ron (Ziegler). He's a man of great integrity. If the press is unwilling to accept what Ron is saying, there's not much you can do about it." Here comes the osco 354 E. Main Galesburg, III. 6/utd! Schick Slyler/Dryer Hamilton Beach SALON Dries Just- Walbed Hair In 3040 Minutes. • Low, Medium, High, or Cool Air One, Year Wrty. Extra Styling Power and More Air Flow For Faster Drying, Better Styling. Conies With Brush and Comb. Model 336 MEN'S or LADIES Model 338 Kodak X-15 Camera Kit Everything for taking day or night snapshots. Includes camera, wrist strap, film cartridge, magicube, and instructions. Photography has never been so simple. Don't listen to squares Listen to Crosby-Stills, The Band, BS&T, the whole AM scene. On a portable radio that's as far from square as they are. Panasonic's new "ball and chain." It may be a ball, but this radio's no toy. It's all solid-state. Has a speaker big arid powerful enough to send out a sound that'll blow your mind. And an optional earphone that lets you turn anyplace into your own personal listening room. It's Panasonic's model R-70, available in red, white, or blue. For a price that's as hip as the shape. i - • , ...sifeSfei*; , >\,;"^ . "... . '"""St;, Pi CASSETTE RECORDER Operates On A.C. or Batteries Automatic Shut-off Model R215 Push-Button Operation Built-in Automatic Level Control & Pop-Up System For Easy Cassettee Handling. NOW Reg. .$39.88 AM/FM Portable MODEL RR211 PASSPORT Recorder/Radio Solid state cassette player and recorder with AM/FM radio. Push button operation. Tone control. Slide rule dial with precision vernier tuning on radio. Built- in line cord - two way • power. Record live with £ f \ O O remote pencil-type mike « |%|JOO or built-in IC mike. Record directly from radio. Complete with batteries, earphone and pillow jack. Panasonic Portable PANASONIC just slightly ahead of our time PANASONIC CHATAIN RF-930 FM/AM Portable radio • AC/Battery Operation • Separate FM and AM antennas • Slide rule tuning • AFC on FM • Full range dynamic speaker • Sliding volume and tone control * FM-MPXJack. QQ Reg. Price $42 .98

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