Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 23, 1973 · Page 11
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 11

Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, June 23, 1973
Page 11
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12 Golesburg Reaister*Moil, Galesbur TIRE ROUTINE June 23, I$73 Headlines Wont Find OFFICE WORK? Meet People Real Challenge? v Find Accord my Limits 2fl. Sorry, No Sales to DOM- Want Advance By MATHIS CHAZANOV United Ptess Internationa! Based on Your Ability? Excellent Opportunity For Pleasant, Intelligent Secretary to Learn the Insurance Business. Send Complete Resume P.O. BOX 29, GALES BURG, ILL. ed by volleys of gift-giving and (failed mission into success, highlighted by the' announce- Washington — The Supreme ... * ment thatt the United States and Court established a, new set of <^m almmA the Soviet tJn,on had agreed 00 guidelines Mat will allow states tmA *S the " basic I» lne W«i of negotia- and communities to ban books, "Wte moving forwSd " tim m fufther limitation Soviet Brezhnev put President Nixon leader his The Week in Review It was Brezhnev's first visit another visit. plays and films. of strategic offensive arms." The filling eliminated "iredeem- President Nixon said he will H social importance" as a return ito Moscow next year for defense in obscenity cases. The court a'lso ruled that intentional to Washington, a visit punctuat- Brezhnev called for increased ra f ial , discrimination in ai city & FW ,L 0 school system would subject the mat tne "all-out Save Now on This Great Selection of Top Quality Furniture. Only a Sampling Listed. Get More Than Your Money's Worth Now! $149.95 LARGE COMFORTABLE RECLINER Heavy nylon cover. Armcaps & headrest $59.50 COMFORTABLE FIRM MATTRESS or BOX SPRING 10-Yr. Guarantee $219.95 5-Pc. Maple Dining Room Formica Table Top, 4 Mates Chairs. 3~Pc. Corner Group 2 Sofas—Sleeps 2. Quilt- $ ed. Was $300. 5 Pc. Dinette By Queen City. Was $99.95. Medit. Curio Lighted Glass Shelves, Was $167.95. __1 Card Table Set Cushioned Seats. Was $79.95. 3 Medit. Tables Cocktail, Sq, Hexagon. Was 169.95 1 Group of Chairs 8 Discontinued Styles. Were $100.00-$150.00 „ 7-Pc. 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Was'$169.95. 119 95 Plenty of Storage. $ Was $49.95. Hollywood Bed 95 Twin Size, w/Headboard. $ Was $119.95. 34 95 67 95 10% OFF ALL LAMPS EVEN THOSE ON YOU MENTION 10% OFF TABLES PURCHASED THOSE Sunday Only! FEATURED PRICES ARE WAREHOUSE-WAY Come Early Best Selection Other Items Also Money Saving Prices t, 1320 N, HENDERSON $T. , A GALESBURG entire system to trade and urged question of Soviet Jews who , „ want to leave the Soviet Union desegregaUon. stand in the way of Fort Pierce, Fla .-Two crew not men survived but two died in a try and the United States. In other developments: that cooperation between his coua-^ wbmar|ne became entangled in a manmade reef 360* feet under the Washington -The Senate Wa- surface of the Atlantic. They temgtate committee put oifif for a were stranded for 31 hours. Week the testimony of former presidential counsel John Saigon — Sporadic fighting W. | continued in South Vietnam but Dean IBT, who was expected to there were no tuports of major tell about wtet were said to be .attacks from either side as the 35 meetings with Nixson to talk new cease-fire went into effect, about covering up administra- Two peace commission heli- fcion involvement in the Water- coptens were fired upon, but gate effair. they landed safely and no one The committee wall look into was hunt. the finances of those involved Brazilia The miljitary men Brazil named Gen. in the Watergate affair to see who rule whether large amounts of Ernesto Geisel to be president, campaign contribution money The 64-year-old head of the were misused. The Committee state oil monopoly will be the to Re-Elect the President was I third military chief of state found guilfty of concealing a $200,000 cash contribution from financier Robert Vesco, who has since left /the country. Houston — The three Skylab astronauts closed their space station and returned to earth after 28 d'ays aloft. The aistronauts fixed ftheir craft after it was crippled during •I takeoff and turned a possible since it/he government of Joao Goulart was toppled in 1964. Washington — John Connally denied at a news conference that ha is out of touch with President Nixon. He 'admitted, however, that his job as unpaid adviser to the White House leaves him time to catch up on his readnig. He said he would be leaving soon. Hi scope By FRANCES DRAKE (which your influence wiil be Look in the section in which (strongly feilt. your birthday comes and fdnd what your outlook is, according to the stars. . M 1 , , . tellectual and creative pursues should be -stimulated. Do no-t Dec. 22 to Jan. 20 (Capricorn) •Good Saturn influences. In- FOR MONDAY, ft* * r JUNE 25, 1973 March 21 to April 20 (Aries) ^A day for POSITIVE action! With you innate foresight and With your innate foresight and far now. April 21 to May 21 (Taurus) —Neither expect nor demand too much and you will be surprised at your all over returns. Avoid putting aside "musts" for nonessentials. overestimate your set-up, however. Ail gains wion't come at once. Jan. 21 to Feb. 19 (Aquarius) -nSome dubious schemes may — and avoid ex- be suggested-. Be alert reject promptly. Also, unconventional behavior, fcremes in word or deed. Feb. 20 to March 20 (Pisces) One of those mixed periods May 22 to Jane 21 (Gemini) whfo* can bring bath the every- ReconsMer a preposition which dai y and the unusual. Seek ex- you did not think so attractive P er?t a*** md opinions to cape at first. Could it now hald more with *e latter. interest in the light of recent developments? Probe deeply. YOU BORN TODAY are quite a serious individual, a deep June 22 to July 23 (Cancer)— thinker and scholarly in your Some precautions needed. Be inclinations. You should strive especially careful with figures, for an excellent education since, accounts, estimates, handling with At, you can achieve the the affairs of others. lofty goals you set for yourself. July 24 to Aug. 23 (Leo) — A You are never satisfied with the good period for planning expan- mediocre, so could never be sion of ail your interests. A lit- happy in inferior positions in tie more research Mo a proj- We. Properly trained, however, ect you may be considering!you could make a great success in literature, journalism, playwrighting, aviation or as a you may could prove beneficial. Aug. 24 to Sept. 23 (Virgo) The give-andrtake spirit must dealer in art objeats. You are prevail now or you will distcov- a true conservative, highly con- er that you have plenty of ap- ventional and endowed with a portion — much of it needless, g^at love of heritage and the Tact! traditional; would make an ex- Sept. 24 to Oct. 23 (Libra)— cellent educator, historian or Branch out to some extent. Re- archeologist. Birthdate of: Gen. aiize your limitations, however, Henry ("Hap") Arnold, U.S. so that you won't overreach ^ r Force leader; George Ab- your mark. Some complexities bott, theatrical director, possible. Oct 24 to Nov. 28 (Scorpio) OeLong Farewell --Curb emotions and a tendency DeLONG Friends of toward eccentricity. Tighten reins on spending but don't land Mrs. D, Recce Jones scrimp unwisely and lose out (host a farewell potluck dinner in the long run. Nov, 23 to Dec. 21 (Sagittari- ]U3j — When you believe in anything, your enthusiasm is so intense it is contagious, so make sure you are correct. A day in for the couple at the DeLongl Church dining room June at fi :30 p.m. The couple recently moved from the DeLong area to a new home in Abingdon. Call For A Quote Today! 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