Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 17, 1973 · Page 20
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 20

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 17, 1973
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20o frilasbura Reflistgf-Mdil, GplgjMtg/ Tuesday, July 17, 1973 'Deep Throat 9 Brings Indictments in Chicago CHICAGO (UP1) «*• Six movie theater executives and (Wee Chicago theaters have beetn indicted on obscenity fcharges in connection with the showing of the movie "Deep Tnroat." Three of the men and one theater, the Town Under- r ground Theater inc. where the movie was shown last, 'Jtareh, previously had been indicted on obscenity charges, wever, the case was declared a mistrial in April. But the new indictments were returned Monday when e state's attorney's office said it presented new evidence atiowing a "financial connection" among the three theaters. The movie had been shown only at the Town Underground Theater, but the Image Theater and the Newberry. Theater also were indicted Monday . The three men reindicted were John Ablnatti of Chicago, Robert Hovey of Wilmette and Bertram Ross of Bensenville. Also indicted were Edward Ross 61, Kansas City, Mo.; David Dahl, 32, Chicago, and Paul Pompian, 30, Malibu, Calif, Four Horoscope Super Chef CARVING KNIVES Slices — Cuts Frozen Food $] 19 SIDEWALK SALE COSTUME JEWELRY Values to $2.50 NOW 39c Values to «3.fl8 NOW 59c Values to $5.00 NOW 89c Pierced Earrings Values to $1 19 $4.50 I Better Jewelry 50% OFF & More Slices — Cuts Frozen Food Reg. $10.00 (Factory Close-Out) 1973 CALENDAR PLATE 39 cl I 3 fori $1,001 I I Knives-Forks-Spoons Table Spoons 1 f\(* Serving Pes. • BILLFOLDS Values QQ^ to $2.50— oy? Values $189 to $8.00^ I Evening Party Bags 89c up Many One of a Kind Items — Below Cost / k-j DINNERWARE i J ODDS & ENDS tinner Plates in. JSalad Plates IUC Platters OyCeQ, Some Small Sets Serv. for 2-4-6 10 98 32 pc. STAINLESS Service for 4 $Z 98 Reg. $14.98 U BAROMETERS ETC. Values $ pQ to 12.98 Watch Straps Values 1o $5 39j£ Ladies Expansion Bands Val. to 10.00 198 INSIDE STORE BARGAINS 4> t 20% OFF CULTURED PEARLS Necklaces Bracelets m Earrings Rings BRAND NAME WATCHES 10% o35%of HEAHP&iJTJK in Upshot of Summit Not What Expected By FRANCES DRAKE Look in the section in which your birthday carries and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR WEDNESDAY, JULY II, tm March 21 to April 20 (Aries) ^Don't be dismayed if all does not go quite as you have anticipated. Face situatons calm*; ly and you can solve unexpected problems. April 21 to May 21 (Taurus) —Action, yes—IF that's what's needed. Where reflection, conferences and similar "waiting" tactics are needed, however, be ready to »It them out patiently. May 22 to June 21 (Gemini) i— Do not be deceived 'by higfo- I sounding premises. Study persons and situations with your usual keen perception, tihen act as your beat judgment dictates. June 22 to July 23 (Cancer) — Even if you have planned ai>ly, it may be a matter of nip and tuck for most of the day. But you won't have too much difficulty, and you should enjoy the challenge. ' July 24 to Aug. 23 (Leo)— Don't idle away precious hours on this truly auspicious day, but don't drive too hard or fast, either. Team up with those whose interests are similar to your own. Aug. 24 to Sept. 23 (Virgo)Your perceptions may need sharpening up now. Be sure to take all factors into account when evaluating unexpected situations. Sept. 24 to Oct. 23 (Libra)Hold out for the best, and give the same—as the Libra n usually does. Discuss "cloudy" situ- atiions with experts in the line. Oct. 24 to Nov. 22 (Scorpio) -<Some discussion of .travel plans indicated. You may want to take the initiative, but curb your strong drive for the moment and, at least, listen to others. Nov. 23 to Dec. 21 (Sagittarius) — You'll have an opportunity to express your ideas now, so make the most of it. Later in the week you could face oj>- position. Dec. 22 to Jan. 20 (Capricorn) —•Indications that some highly interesting news from a -professional friend could affect your own policies in the future --especially in the handling of finances. Jan. 21 to Feb. 19 (Aquarius) —Even if you have recently made some domestic adjustment, news you receive now may cause you to think about further changes. Feb. 20 to March 20 (Pisces) —Neptune highly propitious. You can now draw attention to your efforts in a very subtle way— and profit thereby. YOU BORN TODAY are a true intellectual and extremer ly conservative in all your attitudes and approaches. You have tremendous capabilities — especially in organization or executive management. By PltlLNBWSOM UPI Foreign News Analyst Just short of a month after the euphoria of the summit conference, it is apparent that for neither Prenident Nixon nor Soviet party leader Leonid 1. Brezhnev are things going exactly as they had hoped. At the outset the Russians had made it clear that Brezhnev's chief objective would be new economic agreements between the two countries financed in part at least by generous U.S. credits. The results fell considerably beiow expectations, creating for Brezhnev new problems at home from the hardliners already suspicious of his policy of improved relations .with the West. , The outpouring of goodwill {which both tides took pains to promote also created problems for Nixon. It added to pressures on the administration to reduce U.S. forces in Europe even without a similar reduction by the Soviets. The agreement on prevention of nuclear warfare hailed by Nixon as a landmark for the postwar era led to a suspicion among U.S. allies that the" two super powers had agreed to become world policemen, die* tating the policy of ethers. , For both leaders the fact that the U.S. administration had not yet been able to deliver ratification of last fall's trade agreement contained the nucleus of embarrassment, and for firefchhev personal disaster. He had purged two of his critics from the Politburo and clearly ma top man in the Soviet hierarchy. But there also was evidence that hardliners among the military had not been entirely silenced. An article in the armed forces' dajly, Red Star, accused some elements of the military of being inflexible in their think* ing and called them "Trot- skyites." An official spokesman accompanying Brezhnev on his U.S. visit pointed up the importance attached to the trade agreement. Leonid M. Zamyatin, director [general of the Soviet news service Tass, declared that long-term trade agreements "create a tremendous potential lof trust. "It is always easier to settle such questions," as the reduction of strategic arms, he added, "when there exists trust." Brezhnev left for home without accomplishing two of his major objectives. One was agreement for U.S. technical and economic aid in tapping Siberian oil and natural gas fields, both requiring colossal U.S. credits totaling close to $10 billion. He also left without assurance of Senate ratification of the trade agreement njfcich includes favored nation treatment for Soviet exports to the United States. Some senators led by Henry M. Jackson of Washington are attempting to block trade concessions to the Soviets until I Jews and others are allowed to emigrate freely. The administration is warning the senators their action could result in cutting off all Jewish emigration from the {Soviet Union, now running at about 30,000 a year, and could be a fatal blow to the gradually mproving U.S.-Sovict relations. SIDEWALK SANDAL SPECIALS Sidewalk Day - Wed., July 18th MEN'S SANDALS Comfortable cushion in- •olos. Asst, stylos. Closing out entire stock. Reg, to $14 $997 WOMEN'S SANDALS Casual & dress styles. Many colors and styles to choose from. Values to $13 $ 6 97 214 E. Main Gglesburg Ph. 342-1313 MAIN AT SEMINARY SIDEWALK SALE PRICES GOOD ONE DAY ONLY JULY 18 - 9:30*5:00 SHOP THE WALK AND THEN CQME IN - COOL OFF- AND FIND MORE VALUES INSIDE Housedresses *i Special Value, These Won't Last! Women's Sandals $ 4.90 Several Styles, Reg. to $10 Shoos—Second Floor Many One of A Kind Items From All Through The Store, Too Numerous To Men- tibh, Shop All Five Floors WEDNESDAY, JULY 181 Boy's Slocks $ 4.50 flnd $ 5-50 Prep Sizes 25 to 29, Many Col* ors, Great Savings. Knit Shirts For Boys >2.88 Long Sleeve, Stripes and Solids For Back-To-School. Men's Short Sleeved Dress Shirts $ 3.50 Solids, Patterns, Values To $9.00 Young Men's Flares *7.00 From Regular Stock, A Good Selection Men's Ties $ 1.25 A Real Sidewalk Value, Reg. $5 .00 Assorted Jewelry 50c ta «3 Many Items, Pierced Earrings, Gold Hoops. Dresses Choose From A Varied Assortment From Stock And Specials. Second Floor Terry Towels 50c Wide Selection Of Colorful Towels For Kitchen And Many Other Uses. Girl's Sportswear *2 Shorts And Tops, Sizes 7 To 14, And 4 To 6X, Great Values. Men's Golf Shirts $ 2.50 Hurry, Limited Quantity, Reg. $7.00 Girl's Dresses Vz off Summer Pastels In Sizes 2 To 4 Toddler, 4 To 6X, And 7 To 14. Third Floor Famous Brand Boy's Shirts $ 2.99 Boys* Short Sleeve Shirts, First Quality, Sizes 8 To 20, Hurry. Boy's Socks 70c pr. Three Sizes, Many Colors, Stock Up Third Floor Panties 50c Briefs, Mostly Sizes 5. Also A Group Of Briefs And Bikinis, Stationery 50c An Assortment Of Boxed Stationery, You'll Want Several. Assorted Sportswear $! Many Pieces From Asst. Groups, Great Values Better Dresses Vi price One Day Only Price On A Group Of Regular Stock Dresses, Reg. $26 To $44. Second Floor Picnic Glassware Sets % Off Glass Sets For The Patio, Many With Carrying Trays. Third Floor Men's Walk Shorts $ 3.00 Small Sizes Mostly, Reg. $6.00 Men's Knit Slacks '14 From Regular Stock Reg. $18 and $20 Mens—Main Level Panty Hose 59c One Size Fits All, Four Colors

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