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Kussia Are By PHIL NBWSOM UPI Foreign News Analyst tt may seem curious to many that the closer relations with the Soviet Union become, the more the United States finds it necessary to spend on new and Ijggwvedweap^ni^^^^ GolesbufQ ^Qjstef^Mqjt, ^jesbura/ i(L Thursday, July ,S # , J.gjfo.. 1,7 s' But Weaponry Continues New* Commentary llie seeming contradiction was pointed up in remarks by Vice President Spiro Agnew at planeside ceremonies seeing off Soviet Party Leader Leonid I. Brezhnev after his summit meeting with President Nixon, and by Henry Kissinger in amplifying the communique signed by the two leaders at the conclusion of their meeting. Brezhnev's visit, said Agnew, has brought "all mankind closer to our shared goals of a true and lasting paace." Relations Have Improved Said Kissinger: Soviet-American relations have improved because of the U.S. position of strength. "This must remain a part of our policy," he said. Rejecting unilateral reductions in the military field, he added: "We cannot do those things that the Soviet Union will not do." It is usual around budget time for U.S. leaders to emphasize Soviet military advances, and so it was that on June 18, Defense Secretary- designate James R. Schlesinger Tito Visits Battle Site; Satch Bash By United Press International TJENTISTE, Yugoslavia (UPI) — President Tito made a pilgrimage Wednesday to the rugged mountain slopes where he led thousands of half-starved Communist partisans against 11 declared the Soviet Union to be [engaged in an "aggressive program" of weapons develop* ment. He said it posed no immediate threat to the United States but could upset the strategic balance in eight to 10 years. On June 13, Deputy Defense Secretary William P. elements Jr., had been even more specific. He said there is "good reason to believe" the Soviets were testing a "new family" of intercontinental missiles. Other administration officials described the missiles as containing built-in computers improving their accuracy to such an extent they might be able to attack American Minuteman missile slips. Defense May Be Costlier Clements said the proposed $85 billion defense budget might have to be increased to keep pace with Soviet weapons developments. Soviet military leaders have been equally outspoken. In apparent reference to improved political relations with the United States, the] Soviet armed forces daily, Krasnaya Zvezda, said: "The fact that some political leaders of capitalist countries have lately adopted a realistic approach to international problems does not, of course, mean that the military doctrines of those states have become humane. They remain aggressive and adventuristic." Besides work on 6,000-mile rockets, the Soviets in recent years have spent huge sums on building a navy capable of waging an offensive many miles from Soviet shores. Similar steps have been taken within the Soviet army'wjth the advancement of younger, men trained in the use '• of new weapons and with emphasis on the offensive. About People times as many Nazi troops in Yugoslavia's bloodiest battle of the war. < Tito reminisced with 6,000 other survivors in the Sutjeska River Gorge beneath the Bosnian Mountains on the 30th anniversary of the battle in which 19,000 half-starved resistance fighters fought off 120,000 encircling Nazi-led troops for four desperate weeks. After losing 7,000 men, the partisans finally broke through the encirclement, carrying '4,000 wounded. "Our ammunition was so low that we had to think about each bullet," Tito, who wore dark glasses and a light blue marshall's uniform, told the crowd. "Nobody in 1943 sent us even one pistol or bullet." NEW YORK (UPI) - Ten thousand jazz fans and more than 50 musicians and singers were on hand for an outdoor tribute to the late jazz .great Louis Armstrong Wednesday. Mayor John V. Lindsay and Armstrong's widow, Lucille, dedicated the Singer Bowl at the 1964 New York World's Fair site to "Satchmo," who would have been 73 years old Wednesday. Armstrong died last year. Among the performers were pianist Eubie Blake, trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie and Ella Fitzgerald, who said Armstrong's life story proved "no matter where you come from, it can happen." KAMPALA, Uganda (UPI) President Idi Amin has cabled President Nixon wishes for a "quick recovery from the Watergate affair" while complaining that the United States meddles too much in the business of other nations. In a July 4 congratulations message, Amin commended the United States for defending its identity and helping countries struggling against "European capitalism." However, he said, U.S. economic might makes it "prone to interfering in the internal affairs of other countries." PHILADELPHIA (UPI) The Rev. Carl Mclntire says he will set up a radio station in the Atlantic Ocean to broadcast his fundamentalist points of view. He plans to call it "Radio Free America." OPEN 10 TO 9 FRI. & MON. INFANTS SUMMER WEAR Keep baby cool with these Sunsuits, Sundress­ es, Sunsuits/matching caps, Sunsuits/matching jackets. All especially priced for Boys and Girls through nine months. Buy and Save. Regularly priced to $5.00. 3 33 **3 50 TODDLER BOY BOBBY SUITS May be worn alone as a Sunsuit or as a suit with matching knit shirt. Sizes: 2 to 4. Reg. $7.00 $5.44 TODDLER GIRLS SCOOTER SKIRTS Perma Press of Poly/cotton in solid colors. Sizes: 2 to 4 and 3 to 6. Reg. $3.50 —$1.97 GIRLS 7 TO 14 SPRING DRESSES Sheers, Cottons, Knits and others. Regular $10.00 & $12.00 $7.00 & $8.00 GIRLS 3 TO 6X SPRING DRESSES Reg. $6.00 to $10.00 ______$4 .00 to $7.00 TODDLER 2 TO 4 SPRING DRESSES Reg. $5.00 to $10.00 $3.00 to $7.00 GIRLS 4 TO 6X SPORTSWEAR Includes Knits, Perma Press, etc. Shorts, Slacks, & Tops. Regular $2.59 to $7.00. Now only __ ____$1.97 to $4.99 GIRLS 7 TO 14 SPORTSWEAR Includes Jackets, Slacks, Jeans and Tops. Reg. $4.00 to $9.00 — $2.77 to $6.88 YOUNG JUNIOR LINGERIE REDUCED White & Pastel, Nylon Tricot *k Slips & Panties. Sizes: 8 to 14. Reg. $1.00 to $2.00 57c to 97c YOUNG JUNIOR SUMMER SLACKS Assorted styles and colors. ziSse: 6 to 14. Reg. $9 to $12 $7.00 to $9.00 YOUNG JUNIOR DENIM JEANS REDUCED Denim Jeans in Navy and colors. Were $7 & $8 $3.00 & $4.00 YOUNG JR. BLOUSES & KNIT SHIRTS Perma Press in Solids, Plaids and Prints. Reg. $8 & $9 $4.00 SECOND FLOOR BOYS SIZE 4-20 SWIM TRUNKS Regular Stock, Boy's Swim Trunks in Knit and Stretch Nylon. Most styles and colors available. Reg. to $6.00. BOY'S (REGULAR STOCK) SHORTS Plaids & Solids in good colors and styles. Regulars & Slims in sizes: 6 to 12. Regular to $5.50 $2.00 BOY'S 8 TO 20 SUMMER PAJAMAS Discontinued styles. Solids & Prints, Long & Short leg. Reg. to $5.00. __J/a OFF LITTLE BOY'S FLARE LEG SLACKS Stripes, Plaids, Checks and Solids. Regulars and Slims, sizes 4 to 8. Regular prices to $7.50 -$2.00 BIG BOY'S FLARE LEG SLACKS Stripes, Solids & Plaids, Reg. & Slim, Size 8 to 14. Reg. to $8 $3.00 LITTLE BOY'S 4 TO 7 SLAX SET Coordinated Shirt & Slacks in solids and stripes. Regular $7.00 __$2.00 LITTLE BOY'S 4 TO 6 SHORT SETS Broken sizes. Reg. to $5.00 $1.00 BOY'S NAME BRAND SHIRTS Regular stock short sleeve shirts' in solids & prints. Sizes 4 to 20. Regular to $5.00 $1.00 STREET FLOOR O.T. Johnson Co., Co/esburg's Greatest Store Since 19621 SHOP ALL FOUR BIG FLOORS SUMMER DRESS SPECIAL Junior, Missy and Half-Size Dresses to welcome the Season. Jacket Dresses in sun-catching colors. Short sleeve dresses to brighten your warm summer days. Long sleeve Dresses for air conditioned going-out-places. Town & Country Dresses of machine washable easy-care fabrics. Select yours from these values to $38.00. 00 MISSY, JR. & HALF SIZE DRESSES Special Group, Values to $28. __$7.00 WASHABLE FLORAL CULlOTT DRESSES Assorted colors and patterns. Sizes: 8 to 16. Values to $12. $11.00 MISSY & HALF SIZE SPRING COATS Values to $75.00. Now $25.00 BLUE DENIM JEANS IN THE SPOT Boy-cut, wide leg jeans in sizes 5 to 15. $10.00 values -— $5.00 SECOND FLOOR LONG LEG PANTY CLEARANCE 15 only, Long leg Panty with Satin panel back, self panel on sides and rigid front panel. Two inch soft leg band. Small ony. Reg. $9.00. Print pattern. One size fits all. $2°° (11) BRA & BIKINI SETS Regular Price $3.00 $1.00 (25) ASSORTED DISCONTINUED BRAS Long line & three-quarter length. Values to $9.00 $2.00 SECOND FLOOR FABERGE SOAP 5 BARS BOXED Woodhue, Tigress, Aphrodisia, Kiky and Fliambeau, Regular price $3.50. $950 5 »- $ 2 FABERJE HAND & BODY LOTION With deep moisturizer. Four Fragrances. Regular $3.00 $1.50 ROGER & GALLETT CARNATION SOAP Four bars per Box. $5.25 value 4 bars $4.00 CELEBRITY TRAVEL ACCESSORIES Bags. Kits, Shower Caps, etc. Now reduced from regular price 1/3. HEAVEN SCENT SPRAY MIST $4.50 value. Now ___ $3.00 STREET FLOOR ASSORTED TOTE BAGS Crocheted or vinyl stra wbags in Americana or White. Double handles, inside zippers. Reg. $7.00 & $8.00. *6°° WOODEN JEWELRY BOXES 3-drawer, Gold & White. Red Velvet lining. Reg. $7.50 ___$5.00 ASSORTED ACCESSORIES Beauty Gloves, Neck Mirror, Shoe Totes, Boot Trees, Tool Kits, ettc. Reg. price $1.00 ---88c (8) ARNEL TRAVEL DRESSES Broken sizes. Were $4.88 $3.00 LADIES MOCK TURTLE OR TANK TOPS Yellow, Navy, Pale Blue, Orange & White. M & L. Were $5.50 $4.50 BOXED STATIONERY, HALF PRICE 48 Sheets, 2 4Envelopes. $2.50 $1.25 STREET FLOOR O.T.'s BURG SWIM SUIT SPECIAL Here's a round-up of swimsuits to buy now for the hottest part of summer, yet to come. Florals and Solids in one and two-piece styles. Junior and Missy sizes. Values to $20.00. $coo ASSORTED PRINT BLOUSES Roll-up sleeves. Sizes: 34 to 44. Values to $5.00 $2.50 POLYESTER KNIT TUNIC TOPS Screen Prints. Self belt. Long sleeves. Special Purchase $4.00 FAMOUS NAME SPORTSWEAR GROUP Slacks, Vests, Shirts and Knit Tops Broken Sizes. Values to $18. $6.00 STREET FLOOR — WEST Nylon Sheer Stretch PANTY HOSE One-Size-Fits-All. Toast, Brown, Navy & Off Black. Reg. 99c. Poir 00 FAMOUS NAME IRR. NYLON '4 SLIPS White & Colors. S, M & L in SS, S & A lengths. If perfect, $3 & $4 values. Now only . $2.00 FAMOUS NAME IRR. PAJAMAS Nylon Tricot. Broken styles & sizes 32 to 38. Values to $14.00 $4.00 IRR. SNAP COATS & DAYTIME SHIFTS Sizes: Small & Medium only. If perfect values to $9.00 - -$2.90 ASSORTED PRINT & SOLID BIIKINIS Lace and Embroidery trims. Regular $1.50. Now only _2 for $1.50 LONG NYLON GOWNS. EMPIRE WAIST Solid colors in Small, Medium, Large and Ex-large. $8.00 value $3.99 STREET FLOOR i>rm 4 Only GYM-DANDY CLIMBING TOWER : Eight-leg stability. Six and one-half feet high. A great buy, now. REG. PRICE WAS $21.95;, Fits on Swing Set. For Junior athletes. . J * f 16" $5.95, (4) GYM DANDY BACK BOARD AND GOAL SET Regular $10.95 GYM DANDY SWING SETS Two swings plus Swan Skooter. Regular $19.95 $15.95 6' REDWOOD PICNIC TABLE With 2 benches. Reg. $34.95 — $29.95. (3) BAD LAWN EDGER & TRIMMER Deluxe Black & Decker two tools in one. Regular $34.99 $19i99 (2) BLUEGRASS 26" BICYCLES 1 men's & 1 women's. 3-speed, Headlight, Chrome fenders. $79.99 - $59.99 DOWNSTAIRS STORB JULY SHEET CLEARANCE CANNON TWIN SHEETS Cotton & Polyester. Fancy prints & Colors. Refg. $4.25 -$1.90, LADY PEPPERELL TWIN SHEETS No-iron. Perma Press. Solids & Fancies. Reg. $4.00 -$1.90 NO IRON PILLOW CASES ' White. If perfect $3.99 2/$3.00 IRR. NO IRON TWIN SHEETS Solid colors. If perfect $3.99 $1.00^ IRR. NO IRON DBL. SHEETS » Solid colors. If perfect 4.99 __2/$3.0Cp REVERSIBLE CLOVER QUILTS Assorted sizes & colors. Reg. $9 _-$6.00 FULL SIZE HIGHLAND SPREADS Never Press. Reg. $13.50 $10.00 MATCHING HIGHLAND DRAPES 48"x36". Assorted colors. Reg. $7 $5.00 TERRY OR POLY. & COTTON APRONS Assorted colors. $3.00 value __2/$3.00 DISH TOWELS Asseorted colors. Regular $1.00 2/$1.00 WASH CLOTHS Assorted colors and patterns. Reg. to 95c 2/$1.00 DOWNSTAIRS STORE MEN'S DRESS SPORT & GOLF SHIRTS i Assorted styles, colors and sizes. Permanent; Press. Values to $10.00. $J 90 MEN'S FAMOUS NAME KNIT SHIRTS Broken sizes. Reg. to $9.00 */a OFF MEN'S FAMOUS NAME SOCKS 1 size fits all. Reg. to $2.50 99o MEN'S DOUBLE KNIT SLACKS Famous Name. Broken sizes. * Regular to $18.00 $8.00.' MEN'S OUTERWEAR REDUCED Spring & Summer outerwear in broken sizes.' Regular to $25 $9 .00; MEN'S BELT CLEARANCE Men's belts in broken sizes. ' Regular to $6.50 . $2.00 DOUBLE KNIT TRIO SUITS Jacket & two pair of slacks. Broken sizes. $100 value $59 .00; MEN'S PAJAMA SPECIAL Short sleeve and knee styles. » Regular $5.00 $3.90' WALK SHORTS & SWIM TRUNKS Men's Shorts & Trunks in broken sizes. "I':., Reg. to $6.00 $3Jfl£ MEN'S POCKET T-SHIRTS Broken sizes. $1.50 value ff^j STREET FLOOR \

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