The Journal News from Hamilton, Ohio on July 1, 1971 · Page 61
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July 1, 1971

The Journal News from Hamilton, Ohio · Page 61

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HAMILTON, OHIO, JOURNAL THE DAILY NEWS Wills Board Scholarship MR. SHELLKY Bill Shelley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aurba Shelley. 141 Whil- nkor Avc.. New Miami, has received a $100 scholarship from mcmibers of the. Board of Education of New Miami Local School District. The award is made possible by personal contributions fron boai-d members, to be Used tr further education beyond higl school. Mr. Shelley plans to enroll a Miami University, in Sopfcm her. Members of the board of cciu cation arc Kenner Cook, prcsi dent, Howard Sharp, Edwii Current, John Davish and Don Mitchel. Pen Pals SELAH, Wash. (A.P) - / ScJaii man and an English co median who became pen pal; via a crate of apples some 20 years ago finally got around to seeing each other recently when the latter flew here. It started wlten Walter Carltor now 57, was packing apples in Yakima, Wash, for shipmenl overseas and "thought it would be interesting to have somebody overseas to write to." He scribbled his name, address and "Please Write" on the outside of one of the apple crates, which eventually found its way In the then 14-year-old Norman Vcrn- on in London. Vernon, a professional comedian, met Carlton when he made his first trip to this coun try. ONE OF 6 MILLION—Premier Todor Zhivkov, voting in Sofia, is one of 6 million Bulgarians casting ballots for a new 400-member Parliament and 54,106 council scats for district, municipal, town and village governments "to build up a new, advanced Communist society." CALE LOGSDON HOME — 893-0383 WANTED LISTING REWARD • THE SALE OF YOUR PROPERTY Charles C Logsdon REALTOR ft INS. OFFICE 892-7061 Wootcc- DEPARTMENT STORES fit? 11 .I! lf ••»• ?f* llnnm n**i JULY HAMILTON, OHIO, JOURNAL — THE DAILY NEWS PAGE mm THURS. FRI. SAT- 12 plrlures to each lrldKo. IMIT 1 PER CUSTOM say ''charge it" I say "charge it" . LIMIT 1 SET PUR CU8,OMBB say ^charge it" Danish Bacon 1-11). CUll Imported lean bacon sealed in n can. Delicious & already sliced! . I IM1T 2-LBS. PER CUSTOMER • • •' say "charge it' UATEX PAIN, '<>« ALL |.» 1N T»»L.« ' TOWN & COUNTRY EXTERIOR-1NTERIOR LATEX PAINT r? GAL. KEG. 13.97 GAL. Excellent for all paintable surfaces. White only. MM IT 8-GAL. PER CUSTOMER say "charge it" VALVOUNE 10 \V 40 MOTOR OIL REG. 47c CAN High detergent! Great for new or old cars! Buy & save! UM1T 6 say "charge SENSATIONAL STOREWIDE SIDEWALK & IN STORE/SAVINGS FOR YOU, YOUR FAMILY AND ladies' Antique buckle loafers \ A v * *• * * Sf >*"^ Wooteo DEPARTMENT STORES WHILE 188 PAIR LAST REG, $5.77 PR. PAIR VIVA PAPER TOWELS REG. 38c What » huyl Slrong paper towels that look dandy & are handy! LIMIT 4 PER CUSTOMER Smart antique buckle trim with popular chucky heels. Comfortable soft uppers in Brown. Sizes 5V-2 to 9. • LADIES' Square Toed LOAFERS Reg. $4.94 Soft cordovan for mighty happy feet! Handsome hand sewn vamps. Sizes 4^ to 9. Sensational!! men's dress and sport shirts SAVE ^|fc«» AM> TO %f V /O MORE! •PETITE • JUNIOR • MISSES «HALF SIZES 1 & 2 PC. DRESS CLEARANCE HOT PANT SETS •DRESSES • CULOTTES • Group features short sleeved striped dress shirts of 100% nylon. • Need little or no ironing to keep their 'Just-pressed' look. • Group Includes.short sleeve plaid sport shirts. • Sizes 14% to 17. v> Vitalis Dry Control Men's Hair Spray 7-oz. REG. $1.09 Hair stays in place — the nat-, Ural looking way. Non drying. Limit 1 Per Customer men's no-Iron walk shorts • Nationally fturnotu Lenox* label. 0 Ivy ityl* solid eolon of 75% oottan-25% polyester. ', '• Sizes 29 to «. SAVE TO WERE $6.97-$8.97 AND WERE $8.97$10.97 YOUR HOME! one size fits Alt 100% NYLON STRETCH PANTY HOSE save $4.60 DELUXE PADDED CHAISE 97 REG. $19.97 Sturdy metal frame for durability. Wooden handles for gripping. Spring support underneath assures special comfort. Plush fitted pad. • Vinyl Webbed CHAISE LOUNGE Vinyl & plastic stripping. Metal Irame with plastic arm rest. S positions! »97 REG. $17.97 save durable plastic. TACKLE BOX 49 REG. $6.49 Featuring two trays and a sturdy lock. Rust no more plastic 1 Any fisherman will enjoy this box! j • Game of Toss TAK-RAW Safe plastic ball included! 2 tossing holders, save 1.48 WEBBED LOUNGE CHAIR 49 REG. $4.97 "Sitting' Pretty" lawn chairs .. . . priced especially low! Extra sturdy aluminum frame. Place on the patio- around the pool or on the lawn. , • BON-BON LOUNGE )97 It's a chaise,& a chair! Stretch out it's as comfortable .as a bed! REG. 17.97 save — "— ADULT LIFE VEST 39 - REG. $3.14 A must for all safe boating! Kapoke filled and Coast Guard Approved! Buy several! • Camping; COT W/MATTRESS Great for ' overnight guest! Use for indoors or outdoors. Metal frame. SIMONIZE "VISTA" SOFT AND EASY r» REG. $1.68 Cleans-Shines & Protects in one quick easy step I Limit 1 Par Customer •NMunis r IST> FRONT END ALIGNMENT INCLUDES SAFETY CHECK Reg. $9.95 5** Includes safety check under car. Correct caster, chamber & toe-in road test. Limit 1 Per Customer REG. $10.97 save gave ^•* 120" ESKIMO IBREEZEBOX DON'T MISS THESE FANTASTIC BUYS! Most wanted summer styles in polyester/cotton, Avril® rayon/cotton', acetate jersey, cotton in prints, stripes, polka dots and solid colors. Cool sleeveless & short sleeved styles in 3-11, 715, 10-20, 14%-241/fc. • PETITE • JUNIOR • MISSES • HALF SIZES 'PANTSIJITS THURS. FRI. SAT Men's & Boy'a FREEDOM TENNIS SHOES say "charge it" REG. $16.97 2-Speed fan! 115 Volts light turquoise. ACr"- Only. A lot of,breeze for the money! - ] LAWN CHAIR «47 ! '* • Vinyl Webbed Crossed if KEG. U.4T Were 8.97-10.97 Were 12.97-14.97 \ SAVE UP TO 45%! Styles you can wear now & on into Fall. Bonded & unbonded knits in pastels & fashion colors. Hurry in NOW! lie ^ • •• Truesflell JELLIES Jolly J«llUi * Splcn •.Fruit Slices .*, Rainbow •.Fruit Slices '»'„ • Spanish Leaves « Scottit Dors • Oranf e Slices -*,-' ; > Mb. bag your choice Delicious flavors! Children*'" love them! . ' , —M A.-^- ^ ., trf* ,*U^ff UK lAWUWlO _ ^rHE"""_ ^ Snappy Snack CHEESE POPS Mb. bag Reg. 53c • DISPOSABLE — 36 Ct. Pk. PLASTIC FORKS Great for patio eating — picnics and parties. 42*. REG. 571 Cheesy taste that adults & children really care for! A happy fast snack! • 8-TRACK , STEREO TAPE 196 iElk Grove — 101 Strings — Th« • Bushels — Smother Brothers — * Many Great More! Girl's Fun & Sun Play Wear • Girl's Romper Suits Reg. 97c Tie shoulder with elastic waist &leg. • Girl's Swim Suits Reg. $3.97 . Asst. styles & colors. Sizes 3-6X, 7-14. • Girl's Fun Tops Reg. 77c Elastic sleeve & middriff. White & pastels. Sizes 4-14. PAIR REGULARLY 97c PAIR Your choice of our colors to match any outfit! Navy- Cmnamon-Suntan-Rosetone-Qff White & Black! LIMIT 2-PAIR PER CUSTOMER CARE FREE VACATION SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES 19"x24" WONDA MAT 61 Non-skidding bevelled edges. Non>alle- genic & long lasting.' Mat for a million uses! LIMIT 2 PER CUSTOMER say "charge it" • TWIN SHEET Reg. Sic • FULL SHEET Reg. 97c • PILLOWCASES Reg. 77c Does away with washing! Lasts a week. Comfortable. Great for Boats-Cottages- Trailers-any Overnight Company! Be smart- try them! 67* 77* 57* 30e ^m Planter'* DRY ROASTED PEANUTS 12-Oz. Jar Feg. 87c LIMIT Z PER CUSTOMER Processed without use of oil or sugar. The goodness of natural flavor sealed in a jar. • OVER 1000 LP ALBUMS Johnny Harton — Jack Jones Pety: & Gordon — Al Martins Sonny James — Roger Miller ETC. Your Choice ea. $1.57 37 ! /4"x6 Ft. ROOM SIZE Window Shades REG. $2.77 EACH say "charge It" Rtom darkening shades keeps light 4 heat outl Let's you sleep with natural ease! •46«/ 2 "x84" -Room Darkening WINDOW SHAKES 149 BEG. 5.77 35e KELY-ON CAULKING COMPOUND lor ^^ ' Reg. $1.35 'Adheres tightly to metal, wood & masonry, Keeps out cold, air, dust & moisture. White. Limit 1 Per Customer save RCA AM/FM TABLE REG. $29.88 Walnut grained polystyrene cabinet w/ white trim. Separate easy tuning AM * FM dials with AF£. Umitt4 (juantltUi. 1 per customer. ' ' REG: 59.95 21.95 • •• AM/FM FM STEREO DUAL SPEAKERS too Operate* on Battery or Built In AC Cord. Great Sound I save Reg. $1.47 PORTABLE BBQ GRILLE 13" SIZE ~"e Easy to assemble. Adjusts to S different positions! Uuili l per Customer save Reg. $3.97 18' PORT. ABLE BBQ GRILLE 9' TALL 57 3-Position. Brass finish. Extra sturdy just slip into bracelet. Umfi i Per Customer 19" ROUND 19" HIGH PATIO TABLE Reg. |1.27 Large enough to hold a full meal! Top lilts o# ff doubles «s serving trayl gave CAST IRON HIBACHI Reg, n.rr Perfect for indoor and outdoor cooking! st*ys hot lORffrJ Rwy to move! Plastic PAPER PLATED CUP HOLDER PKdi OF 4 REG. 96c Place plate 6 cup in holder for ease in eating in chairs. Conveniejil; lor gatherings! WIN $1776«»! WOOLCO'l NATIONAL SWCIMTAKIf. PILL OUT THIt MOI1TNATION FORM AND Of POMT IT IN WOOLCO MfN'* ANO ton- our. NOTHMM TO IUVI NOTHING TO WHITE) IT'S IIMPtf I ADDRESS. CITV AGE .STATE. .TEL. NO._ GMND DKAWINS FOR >I6 SI77«00 PHIJE WILL IE HELD AUG. 101k, II'!. VOID tVHEK PROHIBITED t< UW. FONDAD iPAPER !PLATES 150 Ct, PKG. $1.17 Keep a big stack in the house-in the camper-at- th# cottage. You'll need tlwtn.1 save »c A.. RED CROSS PAPER NAPKINS 250 Ct. Reg. 37c Soft, strong and absorbent! Big Pinner Size napkin*! Summer means stock up! • - • say "charge It" 9'xl2' FIBRE RUGS KEG. f$14.97 Use anywhere-Attic or Basement to Patio. Kraft fiber with bound ends. Beige-Grey or Green. •fen; STYROFOAM HOT OR COLD CUPS 51-Ct. Pk. Reg. 47c WESTCLOX TRAVEL ALARM * MM REG. •"" $2.88 * Leather case protects clock in simple styling. Shatterproof crystal-sturdy construction. Great for traveling! LIMIT 1 PER CUSTOMER v say "charge it" Holds 7 full ozs. Insulated cups for Hot or Cold drinks! Keep on hand! Limit g-Pkci. Per Customer Limit ii-Plcfc. Per Customer ''<a»% STORE HOURS: OPEN DAILY SUNDAY 1 CENTER SHOPPPG HAMILTON WEST *- *«*^*!i*ii!!ll^ say "charge it" CARTOON BEACH TOWELS REG. $1.97 Fancy fringed ends. Large 30x60 inch! Colored pictures on white background! LIMIT 1 PER CUSTOMER VASELINE INTENSIVE CARE LOTION 6-OZ. REG. 67c Pertorms miracles on sunburns ft any dried skin! Non-greasy! Softens skin on contact! Takes.burn away! LIMIT 1 PER CUSTOMER Glads Need Lot Of Water During Summer To get the most out of gladiolus in your home garden, give them proper care during the summer, says James Caldwell, Extension floriculturist at Ohio State University. Glads need plenty of watef iduring summer. Give them ons heavy watering each week during dry weather. Be sure to water enough to penetrate to a depth of at least six to eight inches. Cultivate once every seven to 10 days to control weeds and prevent soil surface crusting, says Caldwell. To avoid injuring the roots, cultivate only two inches deep or mulch plants. A summer mulch of lawn clippings or other organic matter will conserve water for the glads. You can still make a planting of glads fa June, says Caldwell. If you haven't made any plantings at all, plant large corans (IVt indies in diameter or larger) six indies deep and six inches apart; medium corma (% of an inch to 1 1 A inches in diameter), four to five inches deep and three to four inches apart; small conns (% of an inch or less), three indies deep and two inches apart. To produce glads with large spikes, plant corms in a location that receives full sunlight. Avoid planting in the shade of a building or near trees ami shrubs. Protection from strong winds is needed, but be sure to select a location with good air circulation. Fertilize when leaves are up eight to 1)0 inches high. Apply a complete fertilizer such a 5-2020, 540-5, 540-10, or 4-16-16 at the rate of three to four pounds per 100 square feet of area. USDA Issues New Handbook On Sweet Potatoes Of approximately 40 varieties >f sweet potatoes grown in the Jnited States, only a few have >een important commercially, eports the U. S. Department of Agriculture. A new 74-jpaige roundup of sweetpotato culture and diseases by USDA's Agricultural Research Service begins with a i >rief history of the vegetable, and then looks at its role from >oth the food and economic standpoint. There is also a sec-: ion on its botany. •> Of importance to growers is a large, detailed section on the; many .different varieties grown n this country and the aigron~ omic characteristics of each. The major portion of the handbook is devoted to up-to-date cultural practices, curing and toring, marketing, and diseases and their control. The appendttx includes a list of names by which the sweet wtato is knkown universally and statistics on worldwide sweet potato production. Copies of Agriculture Handbook 388, "Sweet Potato Culture and Diseases," are available for $1.25 each from the Superintendent of Documents, J.S. Government Printing Of- ice, Washington. D.C. 20402. Include zip codes. At the state-owned Palace of Weddings in Leningrad, mar- lages are performed ten hours a day, seven days a week. The change is $1.65 for the eight- mirtute ceremony. Flowers, photographs, and champagne reception are optional and cost extra, National Geographic says. SANDWICH AND PEPSI IMMEDIATE SERVICE New Location HOOVER CO, Authorized Sales t Service KREBS Furniture & Interiors 118 IROOKWQOD AVE HAMILTON WEST SHOPPING CENTER PH. 163-6400 or 169-6996

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