Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 26, 1973 · Page 40
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sburfl ltefijstef*Maif> Qallsbtirg, III, Thursday, July 26, 1973 We Want This Tote The Best Summer tfau've Ever Had! LATE MODEL REDUCTIONS 1972 FORD GALAX IE H.T. Popular lime gold finish with-ct&rkvgreen M interior/ 351 V-8, CruisematJc,,,P.S., P.B .,S brand new WSW fires, In fine' crfhdition throughout-—Steal It at Sumiher Older But Gooder 1967 OLDS 88 Cf>E. 1971 FORD LTD BROUGHAM - Has Fords nicest interior and fully equipped with P.S., P.B., air conditioning, decent unit arid very attractive inside — Lots of car for only. Looks and Drives as Well as many '70 Models. Jn decent condition. Good Tires, Factory Air Conditioning. P.S., P.B., Hydramatie. A GOOD VALUE AT S1050 1965 MUSTANG 2-Dr. H.T. We have overhauled this one so this economical 6 cylinder is ready for much more use. Candv Apple SC7^ .lied finish—WELL WORTH. O / v? 1963 CHRYSLER 4-Dr. H.T. Not quite a. Collectors Item hut in Solid shape, runs well and looks real good and &AQ £ Full of .Equipment. CLEAN OLD CAR. 1966 CHEVELLE MALIBU 4-Dr. HT Doesn't have too manv miles; equipped with Small 28.-I V-R Engine, Powerplidc, P.S.. Rei , fmsh with Black Vinyl interior. SCQI -v GOOD TRANSPORTATION FOR ONLY v OOO 1 079 PONTIAC VENTURA II SEDAN. XO/Zi Bright Blue finish with complimenting white top. Has 350 V-3 engine, P.S.. .Hydramatie. 4 brand new WSW tires; casv to drive and can park in tight spots RIGHT SIZE. 1 Q7D CHEVY NOVA — It you desire I / U economy look no farther, has economical but powerful 6 cylinder engine. Automatic trans., power steering, radio and 4 brand new WSW tires. Condition is above average. PERFECT FOR IN TOWN USE. 1 Q7D CUTLASS SUPREME 2-DR. H.T. J .C //U —One of our most Popular Models and this clean j-owner is sure to please, near New WSW Tires. Factory Air Conditioning:. P.S., P.11.. Hydramatie — NICE CONDITION THROUGHOUT. 1972 VEGA Only 12,000 miles on tills popular compact and condition is near showroom new. Has ladio, WSW tires, automatic trans., lime green with black bucket seats. The best of the economy cars. 1971 CADILLAC Sedan DcVillc OiVek this our ihonuiuhly, tall; to the lonni-i- OWIIPC if needed, it';, the most immaculate 71 wr had in sometime. Full power. AM-FM Stereo, new WSW I ires. Full service file for examination. Ultimate in lu.xurv. SEE: Bill Pcrtit Bill Richardson Jim Fineran ^ i - HI 1968 MERCURY MONTEGO M-X HARDTOP— This coupe has- been completely reconditioned with major tune-up, exhaust, brakes, tires;.etc., throughout and will deliver many more miles, 351 V-8, automatic, P.S. — AT THIS PRICE YOU CAN'T LOSE CHRYSLER ROYAL SEDAN — Been Looking for a Bigger Car? Examine this* Sedan and .talk to the Former Owner, has Factory Air Conditioning, P.S.. P.B., Regular Gas Engine, and is Exceptionally SQARfi Clean — WE LOSE AT •s.'.... *«TtvU ] QPQ CAMARO RALLY SPORT—Here li?Oy is the real performer—327 V-8. Factory 4 speed, Raily Sport Package, Console, Bucket Seats, Power Steering. Tire.s are near new; Mos* Green finish with Park Green Top -- IN SHORT SUPPLY. 1 QCQ LEMANS COUPE — Economy lcJOy and an intermedin.' size plus low mileage. Make this G cylinder sharpie a real attractive purch'ase. Has new- WSW tires and light green finish - LADY OWNED. 1 QCQ OLDS DELTA l!f! SEDAN — IJOcJ Sovereign Gold color with White Vinyl Top. gold cloth interior, P.S., P.B., laclory air conditioning. Has had the lies! of cai'o, sold M-rviced nince new onlv l.v us. VERY NICE. 1970 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE 4 DR H.T.—As Clean as; any '70 Model' on any Lot, has Full Power, Factory Air Conditioning; Barque Gold with Luxury Gold Cloth Interior and Beige Vinyl Top — VERY CHOICE, I0Q7I; PRICED LOW AT , , v ZiO /0 1970 CHEVELLE MALIBU H.T. Real ' Cold Factory • Air Conditioning, P.S., Hydramatie, ;;27 V-8 Engine; Copper color with Matching Vinyl Interior,- Fully .Conditioned — SCARCE SUPPLY SO/IQC ON THESE. . , "£t t xDO LOW MILEAGE SPECIALS 1970 MAVERICK Lir.lit blue color. 1 Economical (i c y Under. Standard shift, low n SAVER. lileage, good .tin •S. GAS 1971 MONTE CARLO r-.:>.-.'o|i ; ne Chevies finest mod -1 h.'-- popular ,",.V.) V f. onumo. faclory air < onrjitionlng, l'.S., PI'', r.illv wheels, light 1 lue finish, dark . ' blue vinyl l"P. luxury clot h interior, olcm condition 'throughout --• SH •\RP LOOKER. Earl Shay — DeWayne Swanson Mike Fesler REASONABLE WHEELS '59 Chey. Impala Cpe —. $100 '61 Olds F-85 Wagon 150 '63 Olds Sedan -'_ 125 '63 Olds 98 Sedan 350 '64 Buick 2 H.T. _ _ 195 '64 Chev. 2-Dr. 195 '65 Olds 4-Dr. 350 '66 Buick 2-Dr. H.T. ____ 375 '66 Chrysler Wagon „. 495 '66 Buick Special Wagon 325 '66 Olds 4-Dr. H.T. 300 '67 Plymouth 375 '67 Chrysler -i 695 '68 Mercury Wagon 700 By FRANCES DRAKE Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what youf outlook is, according to the stars. FOR FRIDAY, Maw* 21to April 20 (Aries)Break your day down to definite essentials and eliminate the unimportant. Do not engage in un* ttied ventures except where "dry runs" seem feasible. April 21 to Miy 21 (Taurus)Some explications indicated in personal and money matters. Don't let pride keep you from cohsulting others as to how to cope. May 22 to Jane 21 (Gemini)— fine Mercury influences. Fervor and ambition should mark the day. Especially favored: Aviation interests, written mat' ters, communications generally. June 22 to July 23 (Cancer)— Differences of opinion rieed not result in rifts. Get together with those concerned and, with calmness and your innate sense of hdmor, iron things out. July 24 to Aug. 23 (Leo) A problem now may be in handling activities smoothly, without t uffling tempers or leaving yourself open to misinterpretation. But forewarned is forearmed! Aug. 24 to Sept. 23 (Virgo)— You will face competition now, but it won't stymie you. Rather, it will prove a pleasing challenge. Get in there — and win! Sept. 24 to Oct. 23 (Libra)Aspects are not entirely friendly, but instinctively you should be able to adjust. Compare all offerings discerningly. Weigh opinions, decisions carefully. Oct. 24 to Nov. 22 (Scorpio)— You may face some resistance, blockades to progress that you did not anticipate; but you can find ways to skirt them. Use your deep perception and willpower. I Nov. 23 to Dec. 21 (Sagittarius) — It may be difficult for you to put over your ideas and opinions but, in discussions, do not be''fanatical and, certainly, start no disconcerting arguments. Dec. 22 to Jan. 20 (Capricorn) — Merely "minding the store" wiLUnot be enough now; you must pay closer attention to trends, study the attitudes of others and don't make promises you can't keep. Jan. 21 to Feb. 19 (Aquarius) — Better than average planetary aspects but your set-up calls for more reviewing, reconstruction. Keep things in proper focus: Feb. 20 to March 20 (Pisces) — Great activity indicated in your area— which should prove highly stimulating. Especially favored: Outdoor interests, community projects, cultural activities. YOU BORN TODAY are endowed with a dynamic personality and have a natural gift for leadership. In business or in the field of salesmanship, you could carve an outstanding career since you are competent, self- assured and gifted with fine executive ability. In the world of art, you could excel at literature, painting or in the theater. Yen are a generous individual, strong, determined and proud but, in the latter connection, be sure that your pride does not develop into arrogance — a typ- ic?l Leoite failing. Birthdate of: Leo Durocher, baseball manager and coach. Physician Joins Cottage Hospital Department Staff Dr. J. John Loesch has started work at Cottage Hospital as director of the cardio-pulmonary department and as an associate with Dr. Robert Nelson, in the {practice -of anesthesiology. Loesch formerly held a staff position at Bess Kaiser Hospital, Portland, Ore. Before that he held staff appointments at Southmore Hospital, Pasadena, Tex.; Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, Miami, Fla., and Miami Heart Institute at Miami Beach. A graduate of the University of Wichita, he earned his medi- Ical degree from St. Louis University School of Medicine in 1961. His continuing education in his fields of specialization [was obtained at medical, schools in Colorado, Oregon, Washington and Utah. He is certified by the American Board of Anesthesiologists, 'the American Thoracic Society and the Oregon Thorasic Society. A native of Kansas, he is married and has four children. His family plans to join him in Galesburg soon.

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