Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 16, 1973 · Page 13
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 13

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, July 16, 1973
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Weekend Developments t a Would Subpoena • WASHINGTON (UPI) - Sen. Dahi6l K. Inouye, a Watergate committee member, believes president Nixon is in "trouble" over the scandal and should come forward voluntarily "with his papers and himself" to clear up the matter. Iriouye, D-Hiawaii, said Sunday he would vote to subpoena presidential papers if the White House continues to withhold them: kom the Senate select committee. He said he believed the American people had formed themselves into a "great jury to try the case, and he would favor-letting the people, rather than tlhe courts, sit in judgment if the White House refuses the subpoena. He said he believed a refusal Would bring a "negative response" from the public. Inouye made his remarks in a television interview. In another- interview, Sen. James L. Buckley, the Conservative senator from New York, said ha believed the "White.House ought to be leaning over backwards to cooperate" in providing documents that would be helpful to the Senate investigation. Buckley said he also felt it was important to preserve the "clear executive privilege" *hat attaches to internal presidential memoranda. Buckley is not a committee member. Sen. Lowell P. Weicker, R- Conn., who does serve on the committee i said he would vote against subpoenaing the President to appear before the committee an dagainst subpoenaing ahy documents Which had been signed or directed to the President. But he said he felt Nixon's- handling of the Watergate scandal "has just been miserable" and that Nixon "is not den,t." acting like a Presi- Kalmbach To Testify Inouye was interviewed on CBS' "Face the Nation." Buckley lanpeared on NBC's "Meet the Press." Weicker was interviewed by a New York television station. The Senate committee meets today through Friday this week. Today it was to call back to the witness table Richard A. Moore, a special counsel to the President, who last week rebutted portions of testimony given earlier by White House counsel John W. Dean III that implicated Nixon in the cover- up of the Watergate affair. After Moora finishes his testimony, the seven-memiber panel will call Herbert W. Kalmbacih, Nixon's former personal attorney, who allegedly handled payment of Nixon campaign funds to seven Watergate conspirators and their attorneys after the arrests What Do Many Doctors Use When They Suffer Pain Of Hemorrhoidal Tissues? Exclusive Formula Gives Prompt, Temporary Relief In Many Cases from Such Pain. Also Helps Shrink Swelling of Such Tissues Due to Infection. In a survey, doctors were asked what they use to relieve such painful symptoms. Many of the doctors reporting said they either use Preparation H themselves or in their office practice. Preparation H gives prompt, temporary relief for hours in many cases from pain, itching in hemorrhoidal tissues., And it actually helps shrink painful swelling of such tissues when infected and inflamed. Just see if doctor-tested Preparation H® doesn't help you. Ointment or suppositories. at Democratic national headquarters June 17,1972. Ift other Watergate develop* ments: —The New York Daily News reported today that .James W. McCord Jr., a convicted .con* spirator, "suggested" that 0. Gordon Liddy might break,his silence and talk to authorities. Liddy has been described as tihe ringleader for the break-ifi at Democratic headquarters. Cox Inquiry Expands —Time Magazine reported it had learned that Senate investigators were seriously probing the possibility that Republican campaign funds may have been used to help purchase Nixon's San Clemente estate. The magazine said investigators were eyeing a. sum of .$1.6 million left over from the 1968 presidential campaign and."the secret Public Institute funds" raised by Kalmbach as "possible sources" of money used to buy the California property. —Sen. Jesse Helms, R-N.C, said in a speech Saturday night at Springfield, Mo., that he had teiked to Nixon the night before the President was hospitalized and ithat Nixon had told him' "the Watergate thing will pass" and that he was not going to be deterred in his efforts to get "the economy of the country straightened out." — Special Prosecutor Archibald Cox officially expanded his Watergate investigation by appointing two men to pursue related inquiries into 1972 election campaign "dirty tricks" and the White House security squad known as the "plumbers." Part-Indian Veep Charles Curtis, elected vice president under President Herbert Hoover, was of Indian ancestry. -His mother was a full- Wooded member of the Kaw tribe. , 3 HOURS ONLY! Tuesday, July 17th TO AM to 1 PM r BRING, THIS AD & SAVE •| UP TO 117.51 | : With Matching Expansion Band : 2 Year Guarantee! — Best Value in U.S.A. Bring this advertisement with $6.99 to our store and receive one of our genuin $24.50 Value, new Swiss import jeweled quality wrist watches. Keeps correct time, glows in the dark, beautiful luminous dial, with second hand, life-time mainspring. Shockproof, dust-proof, anti-magnetic, brilliant stainless steel back and stainless, steel expansion band. Never before has such a low price brought such'high quality and so smart a watch. The price of this watch after the sale is $24.50. Come Early + Supply Limited! You must have this coupon. Now you can own a fine jeweled timepiece with precision accuracy and longtime quality craftsmanship at a lew price. All sales final! Sorry; no phone or mail orders! Only $6.99, no fed. tax. The Economy-Priced Watch. Limit 2 watches to each ad. Cash remittance required . LADIES SIZES! MEN'S-GIRLS and BOYS! NURSES STYLES I DIEHL'S PIPE SHOP 62 SO. SEMINARY ST. Around the Corner from Osco Drug Galesburg, 111. z o o u Hours Only 11 This watch must he seen, to be appreciated. Compare wilh any watch selling for $24.50 for durability, accurapy, appearance, beauty and style. A 2 year written guarantee. TUESDAY, JULY 17th a.m. Till 1 p.m. Bring this coupon and $4.99 and receive a LADIES' Sterling Silver or 10-Kt. Gold Filled Ring with a 1-Kt. Size IMITATION KIMBERLY DIAMOND REPRODUCTION. SPARKLING, FLASHING WITH RAINBOW FIRE! *—So Beautiful and Attractive your, friends will never know! Millionaires, Socialites, Movie Stars w ( ear these and keep their genuine Diamonds in Safety Vaults. Compare, see if you can tell the difference! Limit 3 to an ad. This is your opportunity to own a fantastic creation that would cost $100 to $200 if set in Genuine Diamonds. Other styles not shown $4.99 to $9.99—none higher. Illustrations shown for comparison. Fill In Name & Add. ess BeJov None Sold At This Price If Name & Address Is Not Filled In. o c 3 z Diehl's Pipe Shop 62 So. SEMINARY ST., GALESBURG Arouud the Corner From Osco Drug S100 .QO Flash! Men's Ring 54 .99 I I Please Print or Write Clearly Ring Size If Known | NAME —— ADDRESS | CITY STATE ZIP RON'S Go tejbu r9_feQistef *Mai I, Gqjesburg, III. Monday. July 16, 1973 13 SUPER V/iftLUI 9 The Independent Store Owner Who Tries to Give You More for Your Food Dollar! i How Con One Supermarket Hove The Lowest Prices in Town? Quite frankly they can't. Prices fluctuate from day to day. Therefore, no one can make that statement and Joe 100% right. It is also common practice ior supermarkets to advertise "Loss Leaders." This means the advertised special,is being offered less than the grocer pays for it from the manufacturer. How much the grocer can afford to lose On the product will determine how low he can go on the advertised price to attract customers. At Super Value, we follow the accepted way of doing business. Our advertised spedials may not always be as low as our competition on some items. However, we do not believe in raising other prices to compensate for the loss. We strive for the lowest possible prices on all food items that will still provide a profit. No family could eat well balanced meals on just the advertised specials from all the local supermarkets. Most housewives do not like to waste time and gasoline traveling to 3 or 4 supermarkets for advertised specials. We believe our policy of keeping oil food items at their lowest possible prices fills the need of most food shoppers. Try shopping our Super Valu for the total food value^ I n addition to low prices, we try to be the friendliest folks, USDA CHOICE 7-B0NECUT Register For This Week's USI iA Chen, » Boneless Chuck Roast II. nli Genii""' Dried Beef Smokee Links >, ,r ' Conmioduro Brunei Pio Coukod ,^'69^ -Breaded Perch *' '"' Oscin-Mayoj -Thick .R*)g. .Thin ' &*-99 c Sliced Bologna.:: I2OI 00* . |ik u V J SWEET, JUICY WASHINGTON BING CHERRIES • •••or*... Someone Is Going To Win And it Might Be You! Yen need not be present to win — we have a customer draw a name out of the barrel at 4 p.m. every Saturday — That person has (til 10 a.m. Monday to show (hat their card has been punched.) No purchase is necessary. Vacation Clause Please leave your card with us. You can win while you're away. Mrs. Milton Davidson, Knoxvillc, III. did not have card punched, so this week $400. HAl/OKIIf FROIEN VVH/Jfor I'INh LEMONADE Plump, Juicy CALIFORNIA White Grapes..... ib.49 c Firm. Rlpt CALIFORNIA Nectarines «>. 49 Flavor Packed CALIFORNIA Tender, Ripe CALIFORNIA Apricots tb. 49 Peaches MNT71L0UPE Itf .lb. 49« Dishwasher Detergent Thrill Liquid ........'.s .%39^ f COLGATE > TOOTHPASTE ORINKf f* % 25* 7 VV 'tin 10* KAV U Kill I ROZtN STRAWBERRIES REAL WHIP MAVOFIIt ( HlNKlF CU l< French Fries 3 io$ I pKg • Heavy Plastic Trash Can, Waste Baskets and $149 Laundry Baskets . . ea. I < VAN CAMPS PORK & BEANS WEWS GRAPE JELLY 3 DIAMONDS 32 or ....Jar 29* 59* 35« 5 r M Ban quel tiu^vii . {. l.oc • t eriipi; Cream Pies irr 1' 29' (ViaJ inui t IUXUI i Fish Sticks 3 80/ $1U0 tAy» A FLAV-O-RITE CHEESE SPREAD 890 CLEARFIELD OO^ Midget Horns.. £*'0Vv LAND 'O LAKES ORANGES. /1 or. cons tl Kraft Ajst'd. Squeeze-A-Snacks .J 6 02. • Stivp • H«ko>y • Carlic • J.liinno • Fimanto • 0<cwl 39' Flav-o-rite Ind. Wrapped Cheese Spread £39' V ALUA Bit 'CQUPO W U'y, J;-' l}utter-Nut Reg. - Driu - Herk Coffee. 25c 040 f£ DKWrgeiit 3 lb. can OFF REG. PRICE Oxyclol. King % < Sua lis: Si WITH THIS COUPON :; Liinil One CLHJIMJII Pnr Family. 2 S Value. O.Ier txpiiei 2 WITH THIS COUPON July 21, 1973 WITH THIS COUPON yAtOAflJLtCOUPp N ^ Limit Oin Coupon Per Family. ^ S .j tiooil Ot.iy at Hon's Sup«* g • Value. OSfer £xpir«» <€3B S. v-, - „-',:gJulv 21. 1973 pM9 9W9090900 0399 9M ( )3WStM MW " Wmn »'•' I) 1 9!) 9 f ? OJ. Q wsvPft'ft __. _ 003 r-:.-: Cisco _ *w a :I Bisquick r55* : i ? Salad ^r59* : 1 I 1 ^5 Limit One Coupon For Family. fe ,Good Only at Ron's Super Oil WITH THIS COUPON Value. Oiier Expires July 21, 1973 Csl Limit Ons Coupon Per Family. .Cioocl Only at Ron's Supetf Value. Offer Expire* • ... - .--.CS July 21. 1973 STORE HOURS: Open 7 Cays a Week Including Sundays 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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