Cedar Rapids Gazette, September 2, 1974, Page 7

Cedar Rapids Gazette

September 02, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 2, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa countries in Moscow and in his summer retreat in the Crimea. The Communist bloc is un    his policy will he as vice certain of the future policy line    president. Party Secretary Leonid Brezhnev and hope to learn the real But they worry detente may be slowed down and the SMVLEKOFF’S Immediate FREE DELIVERY and set up in your home • Always PARK FREE at Smulekoff s use our new storeside lot or the Park & Shop TAKE MONTHS TO PAY Use Smulekoff s Budget Account ever in downtown Cedar Rapids One of the most valuable pieces of advice you can get before furniture shopping is Look at Smulekoff s Open Stock collections." There's a gold mine of inspiration and ideas among them — AND a budget-pampering quality that can't be matched much less y    beat.    Proof?    Glance    below and see the prices on a chest, a desk, a wall unit — and compare. Now compare the storage value of a wall of side-by-side units versus scattered individual pieces. For most shoppers — unless money and space are no object — you can t do better, and get more, for your dollar than with thoughtfully chosen Open Stock. 0tl(*erWorkei Open Stock ‘MATCHED SETS’ what you will these are the most versatile of furniture and they give you the most for your money, too! At Smulekoff s you choose from a great selection of styles. Pine for you "Country folks. Maple for “Colonial" buffs. Oak for extra active families. Antique white for feminists. At Smulekoff s you choose from a great selection of brand name makers. Thomasville, Bassett, Singer, Desoto, Kemp...just to name a few. All have well built cabinetry, rich finishes, and matched-grain marproof plastic tops. Come see. Gather “inside" information. Check measurements. Be inspired to make wonderful, versatile new additions to your home and your living. They'll prove any room you use them in to be bigger, richer, better than you thought — and they'll do the same for your budget. SEE 14 SEPARATE OPEN STOCK GROUPS ON OUR THIRD FLOOR. EACH SET HAS BETWEEN IO to 20 PIECES TO CHOOSE FROM. Function and A Rugged Leather Look ; 4 I    4 pc. Bedroom    SC ' 1 ;. >    pictured. Move them OUT of the bedroom and into your family room, den home office, dining room, even the living room. Use in groups or individually. They do, do, do . . . do double as storage walls, desks, buffets, bookcases, chests, hutch cabinets do come in styles that make themselves at home in most settings. do cost a fraction of pieces designed similarly, but meant for other rooms. AiSO AVAUASlf Op*n CWt Op*" cwt S*ud*"> CWI Trip!* Oriental inspired    I beauty beoutiful-ly priced1 Sly*'** con# »"7 m»#»» and intricate bamboo 'nm of mold- ) ,j ed high impact poly tty r ane in ii a (ii lf retied ming yellow or I rice white hoi th Dependably I contracted of ie lee ted hord-waodt and hardwood veneert with embotied and engraved told core ndei Drowert ore center guided and doi'proot ed with brott hmthed mt*t pull*, high pretture plastic _ tops. Satanta of the mony I wayt you con arrange and * combine theta versatile piecet, they re a decorator t dream i/hr/ici'iiictol Transform any site room into o romantically feminine private world for the lody lr bolar i in your fomily These radiant white and gold french Provincial piecet ore versatile, arrangeable clutter concealing fine furniture They neitle together climb walls, turn corners, matte little rooms large and large rooms coly Organize clothes, books ond treasures beautifully Provides space for everything fits any size room or budget ORIENT YOURSELF to exotic new living with Single dresser 37x46 Open hutch Corner desk Bachelor chest 3 x44 ' Open hutch Student desk Double dresser & mirror 5-drawer chest ... Tester bed  ............ Commode Doubt* Dresser and Mirror Corner Table. 42 * 30 Bachelor Chest 30 * 18 Bookcase Hutch, 30 * 45 H Two Door Cabinet, 30 * I 8 Bookcase Doored Hutch, 30 « Student Desk, 42 » 18 ' Bookcase Doored Hutch 42 • Test Bed twin or full size Night Stand, 24 x 16 YOUR CHOICE-from only $33 DfWst’ 3 D'O’M D#*k 4 Drove#' Root cat# Hutch Cg OR BUY THIS COMPLETE 4 KT BEDROOM (.KOLP • Cep OvMi brun I. bi Ain • Ohm* 111.rn At fun Cm* Mirror • Spurn    Driver IU I    J Chisholm trail in oak CUSTOM OAK MORCOM loth p*#t# ii mmMHuWy • fMf»r<pd and w»*h ifHiitktog Hi Bt#** ut# top* ffkt*# gkm mtrtm. FuNy dust proof <kA rtt#t to* t cmd Hfjndvmr*# *oM tail h«ifdw£*r* Kl# ■jM Vtftd Bedroom Places in SOUD OAK and Selected Hardwoods • Single Dresser, 42 * 18 • Bachelor Chest, 30 * 18 • Bookcase Hutch, 30 x 46 • Comer Table, 4 2 « 18 • Two Door Cabinet. 30 « I 8 • Bookcase Door Hutch, 30 * 46 • Student Desk, 42 * 18 • Bookcase Door Hutch, 42 * 46 • Night Stand, 2 drawer, 24 x 16 • Bunk Bed with springs, mattresses guard rails and ladder CORNER CHEST    $99    43 HUTCH TOP BACHELOR CHEST    $109    STUDENT DESK 32” HUTCH TOP    $79    LADDER BACK CHAIR ALSO AVAILABLE: Spindle Bunk Bed, Drop Lid Desk Double Dre»$er & mirror, 4 Draw et Cheit, 5 Drawer Cheit, O* Bow Headboard, Spindle Head board, 2 Drawer Commode I usaw»i    r, rtesr    J Possible Detetente Changes Worry Eastern Europeans By K C. Thaler LONDON (ll I * I) - The Soviet Union and its Last European allies are concerned thai the Ford-Rockefcller team in the White House may slow down detente or change its direction, East European diplomats say of President Lord ll suspects he is less eager for detente than Richard Nixon was. the diplomats said Bul Nelson Rockefeller, who has had some business dealings in Moscow, Is respected by Soviet leaders, They are, however, unsure of what The sooner Moscow receives full clarification of U. S. policy under the Ford administration, the better. Official statements have been noted but their being carried out is another matter, diplomats said The ruling Communist leadership was reportedly sa- offers in principle the prospect of a continuing detente Hut they fear Kissinger’s wings may eventually he clipped under Ford, sources said Soviet leaders were eager for Kissinger’s planned Moscow visit next month with Soviet plans of the new ll. S. administration Communist diplomats insist detente remains the key target of Soviet foreign policy and have noted Ford's reaffirmation of American interest in detente. momentum of Fast-West cooperation curbed, which could lead to disturbing consequences for the relationship of the superpowers, the sources said. Brezhnev has consulted with leaders of the Fast European ;

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