The Journal News from Hamilton, Ohio on July 2, 1971 · Page 47
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July 2, 1971

The Journal News from Hamilton, Ohio · Page 47

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/"if •'•' -a '' .*•. I''' Statue Cleaned By Oxalic Acid To restore the (irigin&l whiteness to A small marble statue, wipe on a weak solution of c*- Alic acid (oYie oilftce dissolved ift I quart fif watef). Leave this on to?,,* tninute 6r twa, then rinse frith clear water. K . - «. ftepeat if needed; To prevent foiriher discoloration, brush on I thift coat of White beeswax dissolved in turpentifte. Easy Beauty Hoses have been said to be one of Alfierica-sr prettiest flowers and they are also one of the easiest to grow. ^^ • • ^^*^^^*~^*~^^~^^r^^r^^r^i UTINJ.OUNGE Mixid Driikt --Jwif d»H'rn« b»Hh»M JfiftK* fcRAMKR—your nl»ht fcatrittld PRIVATES ROOM rOR PARTIES * r BANQUETS Miir I* >o«r invitation i» vtttt Htmlttotk's Ntw.it Lotmt* MIAMI VKIVIHIITY IUMMIR tHEATRI in the Air-conditioned Center for Performing: Arts Presents Opening July Performances July 1, 2, 3 and July 7, 8, 9, 10 at 8:30 p.m. Phone 529-2247 for reservations. Life Adventures Wilt DUBtf MdtttloM World Al|h«i fcettttti New Shades For Window Room - darkening window shades are best for bedrooms and dens that must convert into guest rooms — or that house the television set — and require the blocking out of light. An important technological advance makes these shades completely light - proof with- Hemlock Helps The fine grain of western hemlock boards makes a pleasant wall backdrop for any style of furnishings. THE ''MINI CHAIN" SPEAKS OUT! Not with big expensive advertising, but with GOOD FOOD and that PERSONAL TOUCH. This is what we have to offer. Do you hare a better [idea? " . S/ncere/y CHIEF COOK and BOTTLi WASHER of a "MINI-CHAIN" out the necessity of a dark backing. They are available in a wide variety of colors am designs, with sheen, matte or textured finish. "V The so - called "duplex 11 shades feature pastels, vibran tones or patterns room - side and white outside for uniform ity from the street. During the day, they lend decorative charm to the window treatment —at night, black out service These room - darkeners can be finished with handsome hem shapes and trimmings to tie in with the decor of the room. For Brighter Hall Brighten a long, dark hall way with board paneling o western hemlock, finished clea to retain its light coloring. Christmas Now Year-Long Industry By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) - Merry What's thiS-Santa Ciatis in uly? Well, why not? Only old ogieS and Spoilsports want to ramp the jolly yuletkte season. A film so clean that my 83- year-old mother can take me to without either of us Worrying about having to explain to the other what its all about. A boy friend for my teen-age daughter whose hair doesn't look Ike a mop covered with It used to start soon after we aught our breath after cele- >rating Thanksgiving Day. Now Thanksgiving and Pilgrim fathers are only footnotes to the welling pageantry of Christmas, which is becoming a year* ong industry. The wise shopper-if he didn't buy all his Christmas >resents at the Washington Mrthday sale's last February- will be able to get plenty of ast-minute bargains over the 'ourth of July holiday weekend. It may seem odd to try to team up Santa Glaus and Uncle Sam, but, after all, odd couples tire in vogue nowadays. Anyway, what with the pop* lation explosion, the work is piling up for the Jolly Old Saint and it takes him longer to get it done. So if you want to 'be sure old Santa reads your letter and still has time to get the presents you ask for, you'd better write him now in July. Here's What I'm asking him to bring: A "not secret" stamp for government officials to mark AU Offerg E3tp | re Thurg July g At 9:M P.M. on official documents which nobody but the printer will read anyway long fishing worms, A def la table inflation. An official government misinformation official to weed out any unofficial information that might creep into any offfCial misinformation* 1 announce* ments. Private Crntoi Oft fhe JOHNSTON PART* BOAtS Cfil., OKlo Ctn 121-MM Choice of dates ***lUt>l« (or (font «« to 1M« people. Book your pttty tioW. Cltetttf t*« FOR FAMILY FON ON THE 4TH FANTASY FARM Tttert'ft something for tv*ryon« at Fantasy Farm. FISH! SWIM! RIDE THE RIDES! Play with the animals! Pet the sheep, feid the deer. Visit the exhibits- see Tom Sawyer's cave, the Indian Village, Grandma's House (it's over 150 years old!) and many more. .......'... ONE MICE ALL DAY CHILDREN $2,00 ADULTS $1.60 ROUTE 4, MIDDI-ETOWN, OHIO Something in metal from Ft. Knox. •A right number from the- telephone company. A pension from my draft board. A free tooth from my dentist. An interesting new wonder drug. Its called money, is guaranteed to cure most cases of depression, and has no bad side effects. A wallet that will self-destruct 10 seconds after a mugger takes it from a victim. The mugger will be turned into ashes too. Arthur Trencher's ^ _ _ ^ . _ _ HOLIDAY SAVINQS TREAT CLIP N SAVE' n Exnire Thurs. .Tulv ft At 9: JO P.M. ^^^^^^ W wM\ • $| ARTHUR TREACHER $1 BOAT PARTY OFFER TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TOWN & COUNTRY SHOPPING CENTER MAIN ST. FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG. THIRD i HIGH STS. We Serve Coca Cola HALF WAY INN On Route 4 between Hamilton It Middleiown FRI. and SAT. NITES 9:00 P.M. TILL 2:00 A.M. THE YOUNG BREEDS with BEAU DOLLAR "Soul Sound at its Best" OFFER EXPIRES JULY 8 AT 9:30 P.M. • ^L . *P't*«»fW Arthur Treacher's ..SO' OFF ARTHUR THEACHER'S THE ORIGINAL 50% OFF on one FAMILY BOAT . .. six pieces of fish and enough chips to feed 3-4 people. regular price 2.49 ' $199 ake a Dizza on a Dicnic Ask for our specially prepared Picnic Pizza at your nearby Cassano Pizza King. They're precooked a*nd ready to heat 'n eat ... wrapped in a sheet of heavy foil . . . ready to be placed on campfire or backyard grille for a deliciously different cook-out. Then, wherever you are, you'll enjoy Cassano's "old world" pizza, served piping hot! Celebrate with a difference this 4th TAKE A PIZZA ON A PICNIC! FREE! PICNIC TOTE BAG! AMBER LOUNGE (formerly Dude Ranch) 202 Riverside Dr., New Miami — 893-5015 presenting: LIVE COUNTRY MUSIC featuring: The DELTONES Fri. & Sat. 9:30— 1:30 No Cover Charge Now Appearing at: WAYSIDE INN Jet. 127 * 73 — Seven Mile — 726-4881 with: • EDDIE DRAKE — Guitarist • TIM SHORT-Drums featuring: BILL HOLMES of Midwestern Hayride — WLW-TV "The Best of Country" • • $89 Eaton Ave. OFFER EXPIRES CLIP an* SAVE THURS., JULY I, U71 AT »:M P.M. , • aai mm ^* ^m'mm'mm- : mm BONANZA SIRLOIN OPEN ALL DAY July 4th & July 5th 11-9 P.M. FIREWORKS DISPLAY! at SHvtr TH 6olf Rangt July 4th — lOiOO P,M. If Rain-July $ut-10;(M> P.M. CASSANO PIZZA KIMG F««turii»| ik« Old !Uli*» roifwi »f Mow EKmiii OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK SIRLOIN PIT RT, ff 4 HICKS MANOR SHOPPING CENTER FAIRPULD, OHIO rHONI I9I4S07 Turkey Club Sandwich ....... with Chips and Dill Spears Breaded Veal Cutlet . ... . . . Mashed Potatoes, Gravy and Slaw Chicken Croquettes . Mashed Potatoes, Gravy and Slaw l /2 lb. Chopped Sirloin French Fries and Slaw Baby Beef Liver & Onions . . . . ~. Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Slaw or Hot Apple Sauce Breaded Pork Cutlet .... ... Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Choice of Salad Chili Spaghetti .. . . ...... 85c Crackers, Onions & Parmesan Cheese J /2 lb. Chopped Sirloin Sandwich . . , 90c Onions & Tomatoes Roast Beef Sandwich ....... $1.45 Mashed Potatoes, Open Face, Choice of Salads Mini Shrimp and Chips $1.35 10 Mini Shrimp, English Style with Slaw Fish and Chips with Slaw, English Style 3010 DIXIE HIGHWAY PH: 894-5474

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