Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 17, 1973 · Page 13
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 13

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 17, 1973
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Dollar's Value on Foreign Markets Slips While Gold Prices Increase Galesbuffl RMIMer*Moil, Tuesday, July i?* 1973- 13 LONDON (VPl) - The dollar opened marginally lower in light trading against major European currencies today and gold prices rose, slightly. Financial dealers attributed the decline in the U.S. currency to general nervousness in the market rather than any outside factors.' No Good Reason "There does not seem to be any reason for the decline," a Paris banker said. "The dollar is just hot stable these days." In Paris, the financial dollar used by. tourists and specula* tors dropped below four French' francs. The West German mark, Swiss franc, Belgian franc and Dutch guilder also gained fractionally against the dollar. Gold prices on the big London bullion market opened at $120.25 an ounce, up from a $119.75 «lose Monday. The British pound sold for $2.5497 versus $2.5470 Monday. The financial dollar in Paris traded at 3.96 French francs, down from 4.09 francs, while dollars traded at 13350 WMt German marks, down from 2 ,3598 marks Monday in Frank* furt. Waiting for Sipport Dealers said Monday triden were awaiting possible central bank action to support the dollar before moving Into the market in a big way. That led to a quiet day Monday on the European markets. But the dollar moved up in Tokyo Monday, demonstrating the instability of the currency, arid it rose again today in the Japanese capital. It changed hands at 2*5.10 yen today, compared with 265.05 Monday. London dealers said the official Bank of Japan had to step into the market Monday to sell dollars to prevent the dollar's price rising too much, SIDEWALK WOMENS & One Lot of CHILDRENS Woman's *V TENNIS Children* SHOES SANDELS $ 1.79 '1.79 Men's & Women's SHOES from $C79 J^GROTHE ^ Cuitom Fitttd Sho9$Jj~^ 140 E. Main — Two Doors West of Walgreens Suspect in Hit-Run Deaths Eludes Florida State Police PINELLAS PARK, Fla, (UPI) — A driver believed to be the hit-and-mn killer of two young girls in Tampa was chased by highway patrolmen Monday night but he escaped after abandoning his oar. The Highway Patrol said officers spotted the car in this community 25 miles southwest of Tampa and gave chase, but the can* eluded pursuers briefly and when police found it again it had been abandoned. Police said the owner of the car, an unidentified young woman, later was taken into custody for questioning and her husband was being sought. 'Close to Suspect' "We're close to a prime suspect in the case, and confident that the car has been identified, buit there is no suspect as yet," said a Tampa police official. State Attorney E. J. Salehines jof Hillsiborouigh County said Tampa police were "fairly contain" the abandoned blue and white car was the one involved in the deaths of Roxanne Caton, 13, and Rabyn Caton, 5, Saturday at Tampa. Curtis Caton, 12,, the girls' brother, also was struck but suffered Only minor injuries. The children, on their way to a convenience store, were All This Week ^*i4 sf. ^ 00 ' Bargains Inside The Sunshine Shop FASHION SELLOUT 2 Big Racks - - - Over 200 Garments Famous Brands Long Dresses | / Forma Is, Halters /O All Summer Stock Better Dresses ' Pant Suits PflCe Reg. '28 to '86 Sizes 5 to 22' 2 Swimwear Vi Price BIKINIS, 1 & 2 PC. STYLES Sportswear V 2 Price BIG VALUE GROUP HERE New Polyester Blazers Solids, Plaids, Patterns $ 19" (Vol. to $28) Hot Pants Short Sets Reg. to $ 22 • 1 Pc. and 2 Pc. • Colorful v Washable • Sizes 5 to 18 €0. Shorts Tops Reg. to *14 $ 4°° up • Famous Labels • Incl. Body Shirts • Cottons, Polyesters Summer Coolers Reg. to '26 10- • Shifts, Dresses • All Washable • Sizes 5 to 22 /2 walking single file alongside a road when a oar apparently deliberately swerved across the road and struck them from behind The driver was described *s about 20 with shoulder-length hair. The driver reportedly Jumped from his car alter hitting the children and grabbed ifche body of Roxanne and sped away while a neighbor, Joe Atkins, followed in a futile barefoot chase. Trying to Help? "I saw him pick up the girl and throw her across the front seat. I think he was trying to help. I never dreamed the man would run," Atkins said. Atkins said tlhe car had been circling the area before striking the children and Curtis, who survived, said: "I've seen that oar and I've seen that man before. We didn't even hear the car coming and when be left he Was going fast. I toJd him to put her down, but he kept going." Rabyn died of heir injuries at a Tampa hospital Monday mioming. The body of Roxanne was found in a field alongside River Hills Drive, just north of the Hillsborough River. Police said the father, S.Sgt. Charles Caton, was transferred to MacDill Air Force Base from England in May. The Catons reportedly had two other daughters, Pat and Brenda, from Mrs. Caton's first marriage, who arrived in Tampa from Massachusetts after the hit-and-run incident. SIDEWALK SPLITTERS 5000 - 45 rps SINGLE RECORDS - •- 10c each 12 for $ 1 0 All Regular 45s Top Pop, Country, Rhythm Blues, Oldids 760 each Long Play Stereo Albums 39c 3<" $ 1 00 ONLY 3 CONSOLE STEREOS All With AM-FAA Way Below Cost New Reel to Reel Tape Recorder (7-inch Reels) *89.95 RUBBER BEACH BALL ($1.00 Value) FREE With $| 98 Any I KIDDY ALBUM High Quality POSTERS Close Out! 50c— 1.00 Much Equipment 1973 MODELS At Below Cost Prices! ALL REGULAR ALBUMS - TAPES KDIICED 1 PRICES! $350.00 Combination Stereo & Portable TV . . . with Garrard Changer Just $150.00 IkePlatteA 341 East Main, Galesburg REGISTER FOR FREE GIFTS We Are The Exclusive Dealer For lit Priit $25.00Merchandise WHITE* ELNASEWINGMACHIN- 2nd MM $15.00 Merchandise ES Sales & Service MACHINES & 3rd Priit $10.00 Merchandise CABINETS Specially Priced For Our 4-5-6th Prlie--$ 5.00 Merchandise Anniversary Sale NOTHING TO BUY White Portable STRETCH STITCH SEWING MACHINE with Portable Case • Overlook Stretch Stitch • Stretch Blind Hem • Stretch Straight Stitch • Sews on Buttons • Overcast • Blind Hem Galesburg's Only Authorized Dealer Model No. 477 $281.50 Value NOW ONLY $ 169" • Automatic Buttonholes • Monograms • Appliques Financing Available Upholstery Fabrics 54" Wide - Brocades Matelasses Novelties etc. Reg. to $4.98 yd. H"- $ 2 99 VINYL FABRICS For Home Decorating as Well as Garments. Reg. to $2.98 yd. 99C - *1 W Yd. Marked BETTER PRINTS Polyester, Dac/Cottons and Seer­ suckers, and Many Others. 45" Wide *- Machine Wash. Values to $8.00 yd. * I Yd. — X Yd. Marked LINEN TYPE FABRICS Plains -- Prints - Novelties - Piques. Cotton Knits & Others. Reg. to $2.98 yd. 99c Yd BETTER PRINTS Polyester, Dac/Cottons and Seer­ suckers, and Many Others. 45" Wide *- Machine Wash. Values to $8.00 yd. * I Yd. — X Yd. Marked Woven Acrylics & HEAVY WEIGHT SEER SUCKERS Reg. to $199 Yd. $5.98 yd. 1 WOVEN YARN DYED FABRICS Suits & Dress Weights --.Ginghams Checks - Plaids Etc; Reg. to QQ- yd. $2.50 Yd. OOC Woven Acrylics & HEAVY WEIGHT SEER SUCKERS Reg. to $199 Yd. $5.98 yd. 1 SIDEWALK DAY SPECIAL! J Yards ^ f B S4 T ° X ,NC,UDCD 36"-45" wide. We have cut these goods from bolts from our own stock. Mostly permanent press — prints & novelties. Grab an arm load — you will never get a greater value. CROMPTONS HEAVY RIB CORDUROY An Excellent Selection of Wide Rib Corduroys in the Finest Quality You Can Buy. 45" Wide. Many Styles to Select From. Make Drapes, Suits, Dresses etc. V\ Reg. $2.98 yd, / '•1.79- Be sure to see our new Drapery Dept. with over 7,000 yds. IN STOCK. We are stocking such lines as Waverly, Riverdale, J. Wolf, Spectrum etc. Make your own drapes and slipcovers or we will give you names of people you may contact who will make it for you. We also have on hand in stock, [ S an excellent selection of Kirsch Hard- 11/ ware. Complete personnell on hand \\ V to assist you in figuring yardage, etc. ts i POLYESTER DOUBLE KNITS Reg. SAU2 PRICE Reg. SAME PRICE $3.50-$4,98 yd. —$2.99 yd. $6.98-$8.98 yd. -.$4,99 Yd. $5.5046.50 yd. —$3.99 yd, Over $8.98 yd. —$5.99 Yd. FABRIC SHOP 331 & 337 E. MAIN — GALESBURG, ILL

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