Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 30, 1973 · Page 22
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 22

Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, June 30, 1973
Page 22
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22 (3alesburg RfeQJsfe^MQjI, J3alesburg, Saturdgy,June 30,1973 £7.5. Jet Makes Forced Landing PHNOM Pmm (UPl) - A U.S. Air Fofce A? Corsair flying an air protection mission for supply ships en route to Phnom Penh made a forced landing at the capital's Pochen- tong Airport today, Airport sources said they did not know whether the jet fighter-ibomber had been hit by gunfire or had simply malfuno tioned. Its pilot was unharmed they said, and was taken back to his base in 'Thailand. Both the A7 and F4 Phantom jets were flying cover for a convoy of at least three tankers sailing up the Mekong River from South Vietnam with a supply of oil for Phnom Penh. At midafternoon, pilots in the mission radioed that they were bombing and strafing rebel gun emplacements on the shore' that had hit a patrol boat accompanying the tankers. On other fronts, government troops recaptured the strategic ferry town of Prek Kdam on the northern outskirts of Phnom Penh today oho day after it had fallen to rebel troops. Field reports said two battalions of Cambodian soldiers crossed the river by sampans below Prek Kdam and marched into the town from the south without opposition. Guerrillas seized the town Friday night after the defenders ran out of ammunition ano. paddled to safety across the Tonle Sap River, fieW reports said. A field commander said 35 of the 40 Cambodian soldiers guarding the town managed to swim or row sampans to the other side of the river. He said the five others were captured by guerrillas. Prek Kdam, 18 miles north of the capital, sits on the west bank of the Tonle Sap and commands two key roads, Highways 6 and 7, closed by heavy fighting for two weeks. Bailey-Mitchell Gold Deal Reported fay Boston Globe BOSTON (UPI) - Attorney F. Lee Bailey contacted former Attorney General John N. Mitchell on behalf of unnamed clients hoping to sell 100 tons of gold buried in New. Mexico to the federal government, the Boston Globe reported today. But the newspaper said Bailey denied trying "to work out a deal under which his clients would escape prosecution on federal statutes prohibiting the hoarding of gold." Former White House Counsel John W. Dean III, in testimony Tuesday before the Senate Watergate Committee, quoted Mitchell as saying during a luncheon meeting earlier this year: "Bailey has a client who has an enormous amount of gold in his possession and would like to make an arrangement with the government whereby the gold could be turned over to the government without the client being prosecuted for holding the gold." Bailey told the Globe, hew ever, that his clients had done nothing illegal and would have no problem with the antihoard- ing law. "They can't be prosecuted because they're not holding the gold," the newspaper quoted Bailey as saying. "I'm sure that John will recollect that when I talked to him my concern was not immunity," Bailey said. • Bailey said he first contacted Mitchell in March because he was "an experienced lawyer who knew his way around the White House," the Globe said. The gold, estimated to be worth about $250 million consists of bars, coins and artifacts, some of them old Mexican, Spanish and Indian, and is buried on land leased to the Army and owned by private and public interests, Bailey, said. RAY ANDERSON CLEANERS Country Route Pick-Up Schedule For July and August (Some Day Service As Before) MONDAY & THRURSDAY ViV ^Aum Victoria Hotel VlCrCria Weedman's Restr. WilHamsfield Young's Grocery TUESDAY & FRIDAY Oneida Altona Woodhull Alpha Johnson's Restr. Nelson's Grocery Barber Shop Paul's Mkt. Bubon Drug Store k • %ki» i Anderson Mkt. New Windsor zuidema Barber Shop WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY R.IO Gullstrand Grocery NL Henderson ^l Swanson Alexis Elders Sperry Drug Store RAY ANDERSON CLEANERS Fremont at Seminary - Galesburg - ph. 343-2191 GAMBLES Ice Cream Scoop SAVE Reg, 98c Kids say that cones made with a scoop do taste better! so .tm SAVE TO 37% PAPER PLATES AO< 100 ct.-9" size nr" 83-3654,3458 FOAM CUPS 51 et. 7-ounce size V# REG. TO 794 GLIDE-A-ROCKER Foam Padded Bucket Seat. Mod Green Stripped Padded Back. Reg. $ 18.95 * 13 88 SAVE 56% x . , >) PRACTICE GOLF BALLS REG. 5" ':J 664 79* Perforated; box of 12 28-4679 SAVE 33% RUBBER COVER SOFTBALL REG. $1.49 99* Full size and weight 28-2681 88 m SAVE 33% COLOR FAST 3x5 FT. FLAG REG. $2.99 •With aluminum pole 28-9734 SAVE s 4 Johnson 100 CENTURY SPINCAST COMBINATION REG. $17.87 • Assortment of bass buster lures • Selectro-drag reel with 240' 10s line • 6-foot 2-piece tubular glass rod 27.7025 OPEN SUNDAY 1-5 p.m. CHARGE If. 4-WAY CONSUMER PROTECTION PLAN"* 1 . Lifetima*warranty against tread or ply separation. Tlra replaced at no charge with tire of equal quality and size. 2. It tread wears out befora specified miles, original buyer given $5 allowance on 30,000 mile tire, $10 allowance on 50,000 mile tire, otf regular price of new tire of equal quality and size plus Federal Excise Tax. 3. Lifetime* warranty against defects. Ad|ustment pro-rated on tread wear at retail pries prevailing at time of adjustment. A. Lifetime* warranty against.road hazard damage. Ad|ustment pfo-rated on tread wear at retail prlca prevailing at time of adjustment. •Lifetime refers to lite of original tread. Full 4 plies Polyester cord 1? 4 full plies of tough polyester for a smooth, "thump- free" ride Wide, low-profile 78 series design for increased stability Full 11/32-inch tread depth gives traction, top tire mileage Advanced design for shoulder to shoulder, tread to road COntaCt 2-1305,ETC. Polyester cord body for strength, ride Steel belts provide strength, long wear Wide, low 78 series design for handling Deep, 12/32" tread depth; whitewall 2-1531,ETC. 4-PLY POLYESTER 25% Oil f.E. TAX SIZE R«g. Prlc« SALE PRICE Each D78-13 - $28.95 $21.71 $1.88 E78-14 $29.95 $22.46 $2.22 •F78-14 $30.45 $22.84 $2.37 *G78-14 $31.95 $23.96 $2.53 •H78-14 $33.95 $25.46 $2.75 F78-1S $30.45 $22.84 $2.42 •G78-15 $31.95 $23.96 $2.60 •H78-1S $33.95 $25.46 $2.80 •Available in whitewall for only $3 mora per lire. STEEL BELTED 25% Oil f.E. TAX SIZE Reg. Price SALE PRICE Each G78-14 $47.95 $35.96 $2.85 H78-14 $49.95 $37.46 $2.98 G78-15 $48.95 $36.71 $2.87 H78-15 $50.95 $38.21 $3.10 178-15 $52.95 $39.71 $3.48 m p let SAVE 32% VENTILATED AUTO CUSHION REG. $2.19 99* Full 16x32-inch size 6-4535 SAVE 41% 2 "D"-CELL LANTERN REG. $1 With easy grip handle i7-8su CORONADO 7 CU. FT. CHEST FREEZER REGULARLY $169.95 $12988 • Spacious interior holds 240 lbs. of food • Stainless steel liner; interior light • Smooth rolling casters for easy mobility • With wire basket; safety lock and key 44-9022 SLIGHTLY DAMAGED 7 ONLY SAVE 44% DELUXE 30x72" AIR MATTRESS REG. $7.95 $444 beam construction 2BS2 B SAVE 26% 50-FT, V2 -INCH 2-PLY VINYL HOSE $|99 REG. $2.69 Solid brass couplings 36-43 IS 4Pc. PATIO GROUP White Wrought Iron Love Seat, 2 Arm Chairs and Round Cocktail Table. Reg. 74.95 VALUE! melnop OSCILLATING SPRINKLER Covers 2,200 sq. ft.! M -em Coronado 9000 BTU AIR CONDITIONER Reg. $2.19 Two - way design mounts easily in either standard, double-hung or sliding windows, thermostat control and push-buttons for hi-cool, lo-cool, fan and off. PRICES GOOD SUN., MON., & TUES.1 420 E. MAIN OPEN MON. & FRI. 'Til 9 P.M. OPEN THIS SUNDAY 1-5 P.M.

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