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Top Pentagon Jobs Empty, Sign ofBugPreoccupation? By WARREN L. NELSON WASHINGTON (UPI) - One- third of the top civilian posts in the Pentagon are vacant as the Defense Department continues to flounder in a transitional period since Melvin R. Laird vacated the post of secretary more than four months ago. Washington Window the job a month ago but only now are Senate hearings starting on his nomination. Six other posts are held by men who have announced their intention to leave in the near future. Eight are held by new appointees, leaving only eight occupied by holdovers from the Laird days. The turnover is not a result of Watergate, according to officials. They say most of the vacancies opened up before the case broke open. Approval Awaited But some blame the length of the vacancies -nthe comptroller's post has been empty five months —on White House -CIA Director James R, preoccupation with Watergate. Schleslnger was nominated for They say many names have The top 33 jobs in the Pentagon are all presidential appointments. Eleven are vacant, including the post of Defense Secretary. It was held briefly by Elliot L. Richardson before he became Attorney General last month. been sent to the White House over the past few months. "The senior staff obviously had other things on their minds," one official said. "We didn't know what it was then, but it's obvious now." One official said protocol allows each of the assistant defense secretaries to have a say in naming -or at least a veto over —his counterpart in each of the three services. Many selections for service posts have been tentatively made but are held up awaiting approval by an incoming assistant defense secretary, he said Four nominations that will begin to break the logjam have finally been taken up by the Fabric Shop 331-337 E. MAIN ST. GALESBURG, ILL. Model #455 White Zig - Zag Sewing Machine With Triple Stretch Stitch Console . , reg. $239.00 |J ^00 Portable reg. $204.45 j29°° The new triple stretch is great for knit and polyester fabrics. And check ell 'the things this machine can do for you: sews on buttons, monograms, rfpplicjues, overcasts, darns, mends and sews over pins. Console model is housed in lovely walnut, finished hardwood cabinet, Portable model comes complete with case. Can't come in? Phone 343-8312 for home demonstration. Repairs and service on most makes and models. Financing available. Expert personnel on hand for demonstration. C ' vtf » \i*. '''"mm Galesburg's Only Exclusive White/Elna Franchise Dealership Moonlight Madness SPECIAL! WED., JUNE 20th 6 p.m.-9 p.m. Only! With Any ELNA MACHINE (Except the lotus) Purchased Between 6 P.M. & 9 P.M. WED., JUNE 20th JK^* W ^^K "^You'll Receive a $50.00 Gift Certificate or a _ V jJReduction of $50,00 from the Purchase Price >->:.:i of An ELNA MACHINE. FABRIC SHOP STORE HOURS; Daily 9 AM-5- PM Mon. & Fri. 9 AM-9 PM Senate Armed Services Commit- ee but there remains a dearth of top management for the military's bases. Air Force Hit The assistant defense secre ary for installations and oglstlcs quit four months ago. His deputy, who became the acting assistant secretary, has ust retired, and the assistant secretary posts for installations in all three services arc vacant. The Air Force is the worst hit of the services. Of six presldenfially appointed posts, hree are now vacant, including the secretaryship, In addition,; two other officeholders, have said they,will be departing. That will leave only one ! of the six posts filled. On the military side, the term of the Air Force chief of staff is up July 1 and no replacement has been named, the Air Force vice chief of staff is already serving beyond his normal 30 years, and the post of Army vice chief of staff has been vacant since Gen. Alexander Haig went to the White House. Extension Group At Alpha Names Slate of Officers NEW WINDSOR—Mrs. Grant Hughes, New Windsor, was elected president of the Rivoli Homemakers Extension Unit at a meeting June 13 at the home of Mrs. Robert Shutwell. Other officers elected for the | coming year were Mrs. Douglas Mankell, first vice president; |Mrs. Lyle Brown, second vice president; Mrs. Wayne Hickok, secretary; Mrs. Shutwell and Mrs. David Roberts, 4-H chairmen, and Mrs. Dean Friichte- niciht, gifts. During the business meeting, members made plans for a local 4-H Achievement Night at the American Legion Hall July 16 at 8 p.m. Mrs. Shutwell gave the major Jesson on health care facilities. There will be no August meeting. Next regular meeting will be Sept. 12 at the home of Mrs. Lyle Brown, Viola. Program Is Set At New Windsor NEW WINDSOR - Plans for an achievement day July 7 were made when Hayburriers 4-H Club members met recently. The achievement day is set for the Joe Hennenfent farm at 1 p.m. Jay Nimrlck, Lori Olson and Coylie Nicholp will give demonstrations at the next meeting at the Hennenfent farm July 5. Talks on projects will be given by Lisa Benson, Lori Mital, Debbie Detoy, Joyce Hajostek and Janet Benson. COPE-Headstart Gives Diplomas Charles Linn presented certificates to 29 4-year-olds who completed the COPE-Headstart pre-school program in a ceremony at Carver Center June 8. Linn is president of the board of directors. The children presented a program of songs and dances reflecting various cultures. Betty Beck, R.N., volunteer nurse for the program, presented the children with immunization certificates. A gift was presented to each child on behalf of the PTA by Mary Smith, president. Antelope Valley on the western edge of California's Mojave Desert boasts of nearly 300 days of sunshine a year. Galesburg^ Tuesday, June 19, 1973 7 MAIN AT SEMINARY MOONLIGHT MADNESS Prices On All Items Listed Good for Wednesday Night Only ... 6:00 to 9:00 P.M. WOMEN'S SHOES 55.00 Shoes and sandals in many styles and colors, broken sizes, originally priced $16 to $18. Shoes —- Second Floor HANDBAGS ?5.99 Both shoulder and handbags, some convertable, in white vinyl, smart bags at a smart price. Handbags — Main Level PANTYHOSE 69c Several brands and styles, many from regular stock, some originally priced $1.75 and $2.00, choose several and savel Hosiery — Main Level CPS MILK BATH 2/$4 Our famous soothing bath additive in Vi gal. bottles, your favorite regularly priced at $4 each. Cosmetics — Main Level SHAMPOO AND CRIME RINSE 99c EA. Our own shampoo and creme rinse, a great hair care pair, value priced. Cosmetics — Main Level WOMEN'S SUNGLASSES 51.50 A wide assortment of sunglasses in several colors of fashion frames, priced so you can afford to keep an extra pair. Accessories — Main Level JEWELRY You may choose necklaces, ropes, bracelets, pierced or clip earrings from this assortment for yourself or for that extra little gift for someone special. Jewelery — Main Level BRIEFS AND BIKINIS 2/*l Stock up and save on these briefs and bikinis in broken size range, white and colors. Lingerie — Second Floor SLEEPWEAR 53.99 A pleasing assortment of gowns and baby dolls of nylon and cotton blends, sizes small, medium, large, formerly $5 to $7. • Lingerie — Second Floor LINGERIE SCRAMBLE TABLE 50c TO $ 1 Here you'll find slips, foundation and panties priced for final clearance. Lingerie -— Second Floor FAMOUS BRAND SPORTSWEAR *5.88*I0.88 514.88 The co-ordinate group includes shorts at $5.88, slacks at $10.88, and jackets at $14.88. Sportswear — Lower Level NYLON JAMAICA SHORTS *3.19 Seyeral colors, sizes 12 to 18 or 32 to 38, your choice while they last. Sportswear — Lower Level TANK TOPS 52.99 Assorted collection of tank tops perfect for your plan­ ned'summer activities, sizes small, medium, large. Sportswear — Lower Level NYLON WINDBREAKERS 53.99 Pick a sporty windbreaker with zip-oway hood, zip front, in blue, white, or navy, small and medium only. Sportswear — lower Level HOUSEDRESSES Don't miss this value Wednesday night, shop our second floor and choose a new housedress at this "madness" price, sizes 12 to 20 or 14Va to 24 '/2. Ready to Wear — Second Floor GIRLS' SHORTS AND TOPS 52.99 and 53.29 All cotton shorts and knit tops for girls 7 to 14, sleeveless and tank top styles, shorts '$3.29, tops $2.99 Children's Wear — Third Floor GIRLS' NYLON BIKINIS 67c A wide assortment of colorful, fancy girls' bikinis, stock up. Children's Wear — Third Floor LITTLE GIRLS' SPORTSWEAR 52.44 Shorts and tops for 4 to 6X girls, mix and match tops and shorts in a variety of patterns and colors; Children's Wear — Third Floor BOYS' JEANS 52.99 Denim and fancy jeans by a famous maker, sizes 4 to 7, stripes and plaids too, originally $5.00. Children's Wear — Third Floor MENS'S SOCKS 51 His favorite 100% Orion sock in many colors, one size fits all, regularly $1.50 pr. Men's — Main Level TIES 2/*3.50 Be sure to see these fine mens ties in an array of stripes and patterns, something for everyone here. Men's — Main Level MENS KNIT SHIRTS 54.50 Short sleeve knit shirts in an assortment of styles and colors. Slightly irregular. Men's — Main Level IRREGULAR BEDSPREADS 511.99 Choose an extra spread from this group of irregulars in a variety of prints and colors. Linens — Fourth Floor PILLOW SHAMS 51.19 Protect your pillows with these colorful covers. Linens -— Fourth Floor IRREGULAR BATH TOWELS 51.00 Save on these name brand bath towels with slight irregularities. Linens — Fourth Floor YOUNG JUNIORS GIRLS SPORTSWEAR 53.60 TO 57.20 Famous name brand sportswear in shorts, tops, slacks, sizes 6 to 14. Regularly $6 to $12. Children's Wear — Third Floor PLACESETTINGS 53.55 Five piece setting including cup, saucer, salad plate, dinner plate, and soup bowl, attractive place setting at a very attractive price. Housewares —« Fourth Floor STEAK SET 56.88 Famous brand set of eight steak knives in stainless steel, fitted wooden storage tray included. Housewares — Fourth Floor SAMSONITE FOLDING CHAIRS *6M Take advantage of this special savings on folding chairs with padded seats by Samsonite, often necessary for parties and get-togethers. Housewares — Fourth Floor $3.00 PATIO FURNITURE While on our fourth floor be sure to see our charming patio furniture, including tables, folding chain §nc} lounges, grills, hammocks, all at SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES. That's not all. You'll discover many unadvertised values throughout Carsons tomorrow night during Downtown Galesburg's MOONLIGHT MADNESS. J,

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