Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 31, 1973 · Page 21
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 21

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 31, 1973
Page 21
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Qalesburg Kgglster-Mah GALESBURG, ILL, TUES, JULY 31,1973 SEC. 3 PAGE 21 Dollar Continues/ Inching Upward LONDON (ttPl) - The dollar continued its inch4>y-inch climb today, opening marginally higher in all European money markets. "It seems finally people may be reacting positively to the favorable balance of payments report the United States issued recently," a representative of a U.S. bank said in Frankfurt. One Paris money, trader said the dollar was being helped by the current meeting in Washington of the "Group of 20" finance ministers of the Inter- Energy Reserves By the year 2000, 75 per cent of the total energy consumed in the United States and half of the electric power will still come from whatever fossil fuel reserves have not been exhausted. national Monetary Fund, who are working on reform of the international currency system. The British pound sterling fell back on foreign exchanges today, posting losses against Canadian, Dutch, Spanish, Italian and French currencies. Dealers said they did not know why a strengthening of tie pound which began last Friday and continued Monday had stopped. Gold in London opened at $115.20 per ounce, down 30 cents on Monday's closing. The price of gold continued to fall in the face of the strengthening dollar. Both the dollar and the pound moved higher Monday and bankers said one big factor was a decline in West German lending rates. Hail Damages Crops Hailstorms that hit in Wabash, Scott and Carver Counties in Minnesota Sunday may have caused more than $1.75 million in crop damage, according to preliminary estimates. James Erchul, Minnesota Civil Defense director, said the estimate of damage in Wabash County alone was about $650,000. Elmer Sylvester Jr., 16, surveyed the damage to a field of sweet corn on his father's farm near Wabasha, Minn. Damage to the crops was estimated at $10,000. UNIFAX |h««l«i»Ciie In Downtown Golesburg WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1 Y BARG 1 Group Sport Coats fo $ 69.95 Summery/eight & Knit Sport Coats $ 75 to $ 89.95 Summerweight & Knit "Sport Coats ^5 to $ 125 Summerweight & Knit SPECIAL 1 Group Sport Coats 53988 $5488 $7481 Mens Suits to $ 120 Including Knits Mens Suits to $ 135 Famous Brand -— Mens Suits to $ 100 Great Value Mens Suits to $89.95 Special Group .— S0483 $4Q88 $3988 MENS SHORT SLEEVE Sport Shirts & Knit Shirts $ 2 88 to $ 6 88 Ties to *5 50 MENS LONG SLEEVE Sport Shirts Vi Price $]00 £ $200 MENS SHORT SLEEVE Dress Shirts Were $6.50 $488 - $7.50 1 Were $8 $C88 - $9.50 3 Were $10 <788 -$12 I CORDUROY STRAIGHT LEG JEANS $ 1.00 MENS SWIM WEAR Vz PRICE MENS NYLON JACKETS $ 4°° ALL BOYS FANCY SHIRTS $2.00 1» $3 .00 $3 .50 to $5.00 $6.00 to $6.50 *l w ,*,*3» *2 M * f .,*5 so *4 M Jf „ *8 59 In Downtown Golesburg Bogside Mobs Battle Troops BELFAST (UPI) - Youths erected barricades and lit bonfires in their onetime strongholds in the Creggan and Bogside areas of Londonderry late Monday and today, then hurled bombs, rocks and bottles at troops who intervened. The mob turned out Monday night to mark the first anniversary of an army security operation that cleared away barricades and opened the two areas. Violence spilled over into the early hours today when demonstrators in the city's Bogside area hurled seven bombs, one at an army post. The army said there were no casualties, but troops reported they fired at a suspected gunman in a top-floor building window and may have hit him. An army spokesman said because of crowds in the streets, troops were unable to search for the man. Earlier, the spokesman said, British troops fired rubber bullets and tear gas to disperse about 30 youths who set fire to three cars and hurled rocks at soldiers. LEATHS DOLLAR DAY LIVING ROOM $29975 $359.95 Kroehler traditional style sofa, upholster ed in off white velvet with brown contrasting welts. $249.95 C o n t e mporary style Kroehler sofa, 100% Herculon striped upholstery. Choice of &10Q95 two colors I O m $159.95 Swivel rocker attached pillow back and reversible T seat cushion. Upholstered in $Qf ?00 gold matelasse. __ m J $459.95 Kroehler traditional style sofa, loose cushion back, reversible cushions and bolsters. Imported velvet cover $29975 MISCELLANEOUS • * 1 • tinued and some CA% floor samples. - 3w OFF $39.95 Melamine Dinnerware set, 74 pes., service for 8. $Q 98 One only. m FLOOR SAMPLE Bed Spreads. / % Save 1/3. - W/3 OFF Large Group Table Lamps, Toss pillows, end tables, pictures, plaques. Discon- 50 $1716.00 DREXEL 8-pc. Dining Room Group. Save $115flM $566.00 ___ I I3U $29.95 Metal Directors chairs. $1^95 Save 50% It BEDROOM $499.75 M e d i terranean style Lenoir House bedroom set. Includes triple dresser, twin mirrors, chest and panel headboard with bed frame. $00075 Save $100.00 _ Oriw $689.95 Spanish inspired 5 piece bedroom set. Including a 72" triple dresser, mirror, door chest, panel headboard and the matching nite stand too! Save $189.00 $ 59.95 Simmons Royal Quilt double bed mattress. Luxuriously quilted floral cover and 252 innerspring coils. Two left $9975 $49975 *42 00 DINETTES $459.95 Howell contemporary style 5 pc. dinette. With a 36"x60" Smoke glass top and chrome finish base. Chairs are chrome finish with cane insert and green $QCO°5 tweed fabric O J # $119.95 Family sized 7 pc. dinette; Inlaid marble and walnut finish plastic top. Chairs feature inset floral vinyl and correlated wood- grain $0075 vinyl backs. mm $139.95 M e d i terranean style 7 pc. dinette. Black finish with Madeci oak- plastic top and 6 matching chairs in rust and black vinyl upholstery. __ $ 99.95 Chromcraft contemporary styl# 3 pc. drop leaf dinette. With AAel- maine walnut finish plastic top and 2 matching chairs in gold and brown floral vinyl $AQ95 upholstery. $233.00 Chromcraft 5 pc. dinette. With big 48" round table, black slate finished plastic top and 4 matching chairs in celery green vinyl $1 1 Q95 upholstery. — I I # CARPETING 100% $199.75 Nylon pile 12'x 15' celery green sculptured area $QQ75 rug. m T 100 $168.00 Nylon pile 15'x 12'7" sculptured green tweed area $QQ75 rug. mm 100% $244.00 Nylon pile 15'x 14'3" lipstick red sculptured area $J22^ rU ^' 100% $225.00 Nylon pile 15'x 13'6" sculptured honey beige area \ 2 *" U ^ 100% $229.95 Herculon pile 12' xl2'10" royal blue sculptured $1ACOO area rug. I W«# 100°, $200.00 Nylon pile 12'x 15' multi - colored green sha 9 $14400 area rug. I *I~ 100% $160.00 Nylon pile 12'x 12' hot pink shag $JQ95 r area rug. ALL ITEMS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE 456 E. MAIN ST., GALESBURG, ILL. Dollar Day So WEDNESDAY ONLY WHILE QUANTITIES LAST 24" TRIPOD LEG BAR-B-Q GRILL Reg. 7.97 $^| 4 ADJUSTABLE GRILL Only WAGON GRILL $24.96 1 e? Only Covered with Motor and Spit SUBMARINE SANDWICH Reg. 39c AMtallnA ^ F $f Bun aj R J[ Try One You'll like It. HEN, WOMENS, CHILDRENS THONGS Reg. to 48c 4 FOR $1 Any Thong in Stock OSCILLATING Lawn Sprinkler $ 3 Reg. $5.47 4 Position Dial Control Girls and Womcns Night Gowns Reg. Up To $2.99 Special Group — Long, Short or Baby Dolls NESTEA INSTANT Reg. 99c 3-Oz. Jar, Limit 2 Per Person FOR WINE GLASSES Reg. 3 for *1 FOR 1 l-Oz. Goblet or 8-Oz. Wine 3 Speed GIRLS BIKE Reg. $66 66 Boxed Price Girls Only Boxed Price PRINGLES POTATO CHIPS Reg. 37c $ 1 3 roR New Fangled Way to Make Potatoe Chips Reg. to $1.99 WOMEN'S BRAS Special Group of Discontinued Styles. All Sizes. MENS SHIRTS Reg. $3.33 to $3.66 *2 Short Sleeve Solids A Prints BOYS SHIRTS Reg. $2.22 & $2.33 ^ j Short Sleeve Solids I Prints Womens Purses Reg. to 4.93 s 2 Winter & Summer Styles. Special Group Priced to Sell KITCHEN TOOLS Reg. 42c FOR $ Avocado — 3 Styles of Turners, Spoons and Potatoe Masher PRE SWEETENED KOOL AID 12c EACH or 10 - n Many Flavors to Choose From. Limit 10. GIRLS SNEAKERS Reg. 1.37 $ White, Red, Blue or Plaid Womens Panties Reg. 37c 3 n>«*l Bikini or Briefs Assorted Colors. Limit 6 S. S. KRESGE COMPANY 211 E. MAIN

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