Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 31, 1973 · Page 28
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 28

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 31, 1973
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• • r irrr * I Spur By mmM B. SULLIVAN BUENOS AIRES (UPl) Peruvian President Juan Velasco recent!? called for an end to the "Latin American arms race," but made no mention in his remarks of his country's recent announcement of the purchase of 40 military aircraft and three warships. Velasco's remarks followed an announcement by the United States that it would reverse its available to five Latin American countries, Brazil's public decision to buy 48 of them-and a report in a Santiago daily that Chile would also take advantage of the American offer. Diplomatic sources in this capital said the return to power of former president Juan Peron, once a career army officer who is how known to have differences of opinion with any deterioration of the Argentine army". In explaining the decision to the jets available to make Chile, Brazil, Colombia, Venezuela and Argentina, U.S. State Department spokesman Charles W. Bray said, "It remains our intent not to contribute to an arms race in Latin America." Me also denied there had been such an arms reverse a policy of non-sales to Latin America-Designed to discourage an arms race and encourage spending on development-was reversed because of a new U.S. American to because policy "paternalism," the jet sales were policy and make modern jetslBra2il, will "certainly not mean race. Bray said the decision to going to other countries anyway. He also said that between 1968, just after the United States decided not to sell sophisticated jet weaponry to South American countries, and 1972, total arms purchases by from non-U.S. sources totaled $1.3 billion, compared to 8281 million from the United States. Despite Velasco's Warning in a recent interview that Latin American nations "must invest more in development and not in arms," Peru's defense budget last year Was up 11.8 per cent over the previous total, according to Sweden's International Institute of Peaceful Investtga* tion. Although the Peruvian government would not announce a breakdown of the 40 military aircraft purchased, Mirage fighters and British Canberra jets, military sources estimate the price .would be between 880 and $100 Lima did not announce the price of the two destroyers and one cruiser on order. , r the brand-new defense minis­ try of Argentina said the country has "no immediate plans for a substantial re-qulprnent of forces." But one atie source in that nation's capital predicted that with the purchases of F8f3s by Brazil, and possibly "another round of buying could start, as happened when Peru bought the Mirages." BEAD THE WANT AOS! ^^^^^^^^^ By FRANCES DRAKE Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlpok is, according to the stars. FOR WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1,1993 March 21 to April 20 (Aries) A better day for your intere than you may realize. Waste time getting started, but do drive through, indifferent to 1 reactions of others. April 21 to May 21 (Taurus) Your innate sympathy for your fellowmen could lead you astray now, so take all factors into account if asked for favors — material or otherwise. Curb emotions. May 22 to June 21 (Gemini) — Do not let unexpected situations ruffle you. Study them carefully and, with your innate foresight and ingenuity, you can solve all. June 22 to July 23 (Cancer) — Your personal ambitions may be dependent on some trends indicated in the day's news. Adjustments are bound to follow. July 24 to Aug. 23 (Leo) Ideas and plans for travel may be running into some difficulty especially if you have planned too much activity or have been too o p t i rn i s t i c about costs. There's still time to revise, however. Aug. 24 to Sept. 23 (Virgo) Indication of some disturbance in job quarters. Stubborn insistence on your own way could further complicate matters. Give a little! .t. 24 to Oct. 23 (Libra) Influences continue mixed. Some interests seem definitely "off limits/ 9 not as colorful as once deemed. Others will progress happily. Keep balance even, attitude thoughtful. Oct. 24 to Nov. 22 (Scorpio) A shifting of certain situations indicated; perhaps conditions altering. You should be in on the movements, plans. Express your opinions — but discreetly. Nov. 23 to Dec. 21 (Sagittarius) — You may trip over little matters if not watchful. Have patience and the "vagueness" or seeming inconsistency of things will clear. Manage tactifully. Dec. 22 to Jan. 20 (Capricorn) — A notable day for presenting new ideas; also o !4 ones carefully treated to get the most good still left in them. Your talents should shine now. Jan. 21 to Feb. 19 (Aquarius) — You may run into some snags, obstacles, but you can handle them — and ably. As with Capricorn, pep up an old idea, keep your vision broad. Feb. 20 to March 20 (Pisces) — Day awaits YOUR move. Study situations carefully. The wrong turn could cause a setback, but the right one could put you weU ahead of the crowd. YOU BORN TODAY are endowed with a lively mind, a dynamic personality, lofty ambitions and great dignity. You are capable of leadership in many fields, but must curb certain traits before you are able to take on such responsibilities, which require self-mastery and discipline. Haldeman (Continued from page 25) of (jbe J. Walter Thompson Co., to help direct Nixon's losing presidential race to John F. Kennedy, Since that first campaign, Haldeman had just two professional loves—the advertising business where he handled accounts for Seven-Up and Black Flag insecticide, and Richard Milhous Nixon. He joined Nixon iagain in the winning 1968 campaign. Kept Quiet Haldeman believed so thoroughly in the doctrine of loyalty tp bis President that he bore wiil silence things that other men in his position might have resented. JHe reportedly once told a close friend that he wasted hows dealing with "all the bitching and <all the demands" of Mrs. Nixon and the President 's two daughters. But he adide4 qufcfciy md cheerfully that if it made Nixon 's life any easier, he was delighted to do it. SHOP WEDNESDAY 9:00 to YOUNG MEN'S SLACKS $2.88 MEN'S KNIT SHIRTS $1.99 DRESSES 1 2 Off WOMEN'S SPORTSWEAR Vi off BOY'S UNDERWEAR $2.19 Assorted stripes and solids, sizes 28 to I Mens knit sport 'shirts, short sleeves, Dresses from our regular stock, sum- I Famous name junior sportswear includ- I pkg. 0 f 3. Boys' briefs and T-shirts, 36, quantity limited. Mens Main Level HANDBAGS $2.88 Vinyls and canvas, white and dark shades, reg. $4.88 to $8.90. Limited quantity. Accessories Main Level SUMMER JEWELRY Clearance of summer neckl lets, earrings, reg. $2 to $5. Accessories Main Level LOUNGING SLIPPERS $1.99 Choose terry scuffs or soft ballerina, pink, blue, or yellow, sizes S, M, L. Accessories Main Level MEN'S SHIRTS Short and long sleeved shirts for men sizes 14^ to 17, solids, stripes, and fancy, reg. $6 to $10. Mens Main Level SAVE ON SUITS AND SPORT COATS Special sale on now, suits $59, sport coats, $39, $43, and $29. All choosen for special values from our regular stock. BRIEFS and BIKINIS 50c to 70c A wide assortment of panties in several colors, buy several and save, mostly small sizes. Second Floor GIRDLES $3.99 to $9.99 Choose from this assortment, reg. $13.50. Second Floor 1 /3 off TODDLER GIRLS SPORTSWEAR Fall and winter groups of slacks, skirts, and jumpers, sizes 2 to 4, assorted colors. Third Floor KNIFE SETS $6.88 and $10.88 Choose one or both of these sets, 8 piece steak set or 8 piece utility kitchen set, both have attractive wooden cases, reg. $10.95 and $14.95. Fourth Floor QUILTED TABLE CLOTHS $2.50 Floral print table cloths in 72" round, many designs to choose, both quilted and unquilted, reg. $5.00. Fourth Floor BATH MAT SET $2.00 Two piece bath mat set, nylon pile, nonskid back, several colors. Fourth Floor GIRLS' TIGHTS 4/$5 Choose four pairs of tights in red, white, navy, or gold, perfect for back to school. May be purchased singly of course. Third Floor GIRLS' KNEE SOCKS 79c Nylon stretch knee socks, in red, white, navy, or gold, sizes 8 to 11. Third Floor reg. $5 to $10. Mens mer sleeveless, cottons, sizes 8 to 20, I ing slacks, blouses, vests, shorts, tops, Main Level 12^ to .24%, 5-15, reg. $14 to $46. reg. $9.00 to $16. stock up for back to school, sizes 8 to 20, 100% combed cotton. Second Floor Lower Level Boys Third Floor WOMEN'S SUNGLASSES $1.50 BLANKET SLEEPER $1.00 BATH TOWELS $1.00 DECORATOR PILLOWS $3.99 Many shapes and styles, pick up an extra pair. Infants blanket sleeper, colors for sizes M, L, XL, limited quantity. Accessories Main Level Infnats Third Floor First quality towels, reg. $2.75, $1.00, hand towels reg. $1.75, 2 for $1.50, wash cloths, reg. 75c, 3 for $1100. • r Fourth Floor Choose frbm a variety of pretty pillows P reg. $8 to $10. Fourth Floor FAMOUS BRAND JEWELRY Vz off Special price on name brand necklaces, bracelets, earrings, rings, reg. $2 to $25. Accessories Main Level SMALL LEATHER GOODS Vz Special price on billfolds, french purses, key cases, cigarete cases, etc. reg. $3 to $10. CHIFFON SCARFS $1.29 FABRIC GLOVES $2.22 Choose from a variety of patterns and colors, oblong chiffons. Cotton stretch crochets and nylon gloves, several colors. PANTY HOSE Stock up on these sheer panty hose in beige to sunny spice tones, heights 411" to 511". Accessories Main Level Accessories Main Level Accessories Main Level STATIONERY 2 for $1.00 PLAYING CARDS 3 dies. $1.00 MILK BATH $2.00 Accessories Main Level Boxed stationery, notes, greeting cards. Main Level Variety of attractive decks to choose. One-half gallon plastic bottle of our own Milk Bath. MEN'S SLACKS $3.88 Main Level Cosmetics Main Level Dacron® polyester and wool blend slacks, great values in this final clearance group, reg. $16 to $26. UNDERWEAR pkg. of 3 $2.99 Save on the^e men's briefs and T-shirts. $1.50 SOCKS 99c Mens Main Level Mens Main Level v r SANDALS $4.90, $6.90, $8.90 Special Dollar Day prices on our sandals, many styles, great values. Second Floor ! r J . i A wide assrotment of men's ties in many patterns and colors, choose several, reg. $5 value. Your favorite 100% Orion socks, choose from assortment of colors or black, stock up, reg. $1.50. NYLON SLEEPWEAR Bargains in baby doll gowns and short gowns, sizes P, S, M, L, colors, reg. $6 and $7. WOMEN'S SHOES $10 and $12 Wide variety of shoes, save on these Dollar Day specials for all occasions and for all seasons. Second Floor Mens Main Level Mens Main Level WOMEN'S COATS Vz off DRESS SHIELDS $1.00 A wide assortment of coats including pant coats, and rainwear, great values, polyesters and wools, reg. $30 to $70. Protect your clothing from persperation stains, larger sizes, black only. reg. $2.50. Second Floor SLIPS $2.99 and $3.99 Famous brand slips, some nylon tricot, some non-cling tricot, sizes 32-38 short, 32-40 ave., reg. $6 and $7. WARM SLEEPWEAR $2.34 & up Choose from this group of clearance sleepwear and save for the upcoming months, colors, sizes P, S, M, L, reg. $6 to $10. Second Floor Second Floor 4 Second Floor ROBES $7 to $12 $2.99 and up Second Floor Terry robes and cover-ups, long and short lengths, reg. $14 to $24. Second Floor Save on this special group of assorted bras, reg. $4 to $8. . Second Floor GIRLS' DRESSES 1 3 off GIRLS' SLEEPWEAR $3.00 Clearance special on these fall dresses I LITTLE GIRLS' DRESSES 1/3 off I YOUNG JR. SP'TSWEAR 1/9 off Fall and summer sleepwear clearance for girls 8 to 14, assorted styles and colors, reg. $5 and $6. Third Floor for girls 7 to 14 and young jr. assorted colors and styles, reg. $10 to $18. Third Floor For back to school savings, fall dresses I Solids and plaids, skirts, vests, jumpers, in sizes 4 to 6x, reg. $7 to $18. h Third Floor slacks, sizes 6 to 14, reg. $8 to $14. Third Floor BOYS' SHIRTS $2.99 CHILDREN'S TUMBLE TABLE Both knit sport shirts and cut-and-sewn 1/3 to 1/2 off BOYS' SHIRTS $2.99 BOYS' JEANS $2.99 shirts perfect for school days ahead, I Assorted tops and bottoms. sizes 8 to 20, variety of styles. Third Floor Third Floor Special values on long and short sleeved | Toddler boys' sis&es 4 to 7, assorted shirts for boys 4 to 7, ester and 50% cotton, all are 50% poly- a back to school group, great value. KITCHEN TOOL SET $12.88 Dollar special JEANS By Ekco this set has seven pieces including spoon, spatchula, fork, etc., reg. $16.95. Fourth Floor $3.88 Third Floor Third Floor Famous brand jeans at a savings for boys, sizes 8 to 14 and 26 to 29, solids and stripes, hurry, these won't last. Third Floor SOCKS PERCOLATOR West Bend 25 cup perc, perfect for office, work, or wherever people drink a lot of good coffee, reg. $9.99. Fourth Floor EGG BEATER $3.88 3 pr. $1.99 Stock up on this favorite sock in a multitude of colors, sizes 7 to 13, acrylic blends. TEDDY BEAR $1.99 A charming 16" musical teddy bear, a best friend for any child. t Third Floor Sturdy beater with dual rotors, by Ekco, reg. $4.95. Third Floor POPCORN POPPER $8,99 Fourth Floor WHISTLING TEA KETTLE $3.99 I Buttermatic Popper by West Bend, four ASSORTED HAND TOWELS A wide assortment of.discontinued styles, reg. $1.29 and $1.89. PILLOW PROTECTORS $1.29 Fourth Floor Pillow protectors with zipper closing. 4 2% quqrt stainless steel, whistling stopper in sqout, by West Bend, reg. $4.95. Fourth Floor quart, fully automatic, great gift, perfect for social get-togethers, reg. $11.95. Fourth Floor Fourth Floor QUILT ENDS $2.49 Many uses, bunk beds, compers, many other uses, all bound on all four sides. Fourth Floor HOUSEDRESSES $7.00 CRIB AND MATTRESS $42 & $15 Great value in sturdy six year crib, stablizer bars, teething rails, $42. Save on six year mattress too, only $15. Third Floor Choose for this group of sleeveless or short sleeved daytime dresses, pastels, plaids, sizes 12 to 20, 14& to 24V£, reg. Third Floor HOT AND COLD SERVER $7,88 West Bend Penguin server, double walled insulation keeps foods hot or cold for service, reg. $9.95. Fourth Floor CARSONS WHITE SALE IS IN FULL SWING With values in linens and accessoreis for the bath, bedroom and kitchen, don't miss it! Fourth Floor SHEETS Twin $5.00 FOLDING CHAIRS $5.00 STROLLERS Famous brand infant stroller with Cases 2 for $6,00 QUILTED BEDSPREADS $2 $8.00 Your choice of patterns, slightly irregu- Sensational value on these folding chairs by a famous maker, padded seat, choice of colors, limited quantity. Fourth Floor canopy, swivel front wheels, sturdy con-_ I Many patterns, cotton/polyester blends, I lar, quilted to the floor and flounce struction, blue plaid or green floral patterns, reg. $25.00. Third Floor flat and fitted styles. Fourth Floor styles, reg. $20 if perfect. Fourth Floor

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