Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 16, 1972 · Page 28
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 28

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 16, 1972
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-July 16, 1972 Sunday Gtutette-Mail Charleston, Wttt Vlrtlnl*---- SAVE WITH US AND GET 2 THINGS FOR A RAINY DAY. YOU OET HIGH DIVIDENDS ON SAVINGS AND YOU* CHOICE OF A WOMAN'S BUBBLE UMBRELLA OR MAN'S COMPACT UMBRELLA. [ [ I would like a free (choose one) D woman's, ID man's -- umbrella; OR D Shaeffer pen and pencil set; OR D electric alarm clock. Enclosed is a check for S100 or mor«. Pl«ose op»n a Regular Passbook Account earning 5%. | | I would like a free (choose one) D woman's, O man's umbrella; OR D Shaeffer pen and pencil set; OR D electric alarm clock. Enclosed is a check for SI00 or more. Pleast open a Golden Harvest Passbook Account earning S%%. Q Pl«os« s«nd me your Free SAVE-BY-MAIL KIT. Your savings are insured up to 520,000 by on agency of fne U. S. Government. Consumers Union Head Quits In Protest of Award Winner NAME. CITY. ADDRESS . STATE. .ZIP. Where service has been a tradition -- for over 65 years. IILCHNGLOANASSN. RAVENSWOOD, WEST VIRGINIA 26164 P'VFS"- K, PARK II. PfilSiravr »')0 MANAGER PROTECT your HOME or BUSINESS WITH AN ALERT-ALARM your ultrasonic PORTABLE PLUG-IN POLICEMAN WASHINGTON-w-The executive director of the Consumers Union announced Saturday he has resigned from a government advisory council to protest the panel's designation of General Motors President Edward Cole for an auto safety award. Ralph Nader, head of consumer research groups, also criticized the award, to be givon by the National Motor Vehicle Safe ty Advisory Council, which ad vises the Department of Transportation on auto safety. Walker Sandbach of Consumers Union said the recipient of the award should be someone who has been truly outstanding in the effort to develop safer cars. "By no stretch of my imagination could that person be Edward Cole," Sandbach said. Cole was general manager of GM's Chevrolet division when the ill-fated Corvair went into production. It was discontinued , WIST VIRGINIA'S OLDEST ANPLAMEST NOME-OWNED KREDIT JEWELERS DERMflNS SPECIALS LARGEST SELECTION Of LAMPS AND LICNTINC FIXTURES IN W. VA. FREE PARKING NEXT TO STORE SEE Mr. Brightwell our expert Security fire alarm salesman--and let him lay out a security system for you. Hours: Man. 7:30-9 pm Tn«. thru fri. 7:30-5 pm Sot. 7:30-12:30 YAG IMITATION DIAMONDS WE ACCEPT BANKAMERICARO-MASTER CHARGE GOLDFARB ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. 106 Virginia St. E. Phone 342-2153 LLOYD'S DEPARTMENT STORE SHOP "LLOYDS" MONDAY AND FRIDAY NITES 'TIL 9 P. M. r/ ·vsJ\ .·SSW =^-«*^£ J : ''o,' m #i f£ r-ttv-' ·\ FAMILY SHOES LADIES' SUMMER DRESS HEELS, OXFORDS, SANDALS, BOWLING SHOES, v CLOGS, TENNIS OXFORDS. · GIRLS' DRESS SHOES, SANDALS TENNIS OXFORDS AND OTHERS · MEN'S SANDALS, TENNIS OXFORDS. · BOYS' TENNIS OXFORDS. · VALUES TO $5.99 MEN'S AND LADIES' ZORIES * ASSORTED COLORS · SHOP AND SAVE AT LLOYD'S mm* RIG. 29' 11' Value I I SPORTSWEAR SALE · Summer Skirts in Plaids, Solid colors, Striped knits, · Jomaicas and short shorts · Slacks and Capris · Tank Swim suits, Racing Style 100% Nylon. Values to $5.99 V r \ $166 "·: \ Each \ Reg. $3.99 Boys' All Leather SANDALS SIZES ·S.V S|8« MEN'S SUMMER SUITS Values to'29.0O · 65% Dacron 35% Cotton · Dacron and Wool · 75% Dacron 25% Cotton · Asst. Patterns and Solid Colors. Shorts Longs and Regulars · Sizes 35 to 44 · Take advantage of these great values. Values to 8.99 MEN'S DRESS SHOES SIZES 6 ' / 7 l o 1 1 Assl.Slylct C and "^ Colors YARDAGE VALUES TO 50 Yard WASH-N-WEAR PRINTS · SOLID COLORS! FLORALS, STRIPES,CHECKS. PATTERNS, · 100% COTTON COLOR FAST, FASHION PRINTS, DOTTED SWISS. PUSSES, ORGflND' AND MANY OTHER ^ ^ A|* 3 YARDS Save! MEN'S, LADIES' GOLF SHOES VALUES TO ; 20°° MEN'S SIZES 6 Vi to 8 LADIES' SIZES 7Vito lO'/a ,, 10 EDWARD N. COLE Award Protested after relentless criticism of its stability and handling by Nader. "The naming of Cole, known in the automotive industry as toe 'Father of the Corvair,' one of the most dangerous cars produced in recent years, makes mockery of the council's efforts to stimulate the development of safer cars," Sandbach said in a telegram to the council. "THIS OUTRAGEOUS award is more serious than a mockery of justice," said Nader in a statement. Sandbach beads the consumer jroup based in Mount Vernon, N.Y., which publishes Consumers Report. He has been a nember of the council for near,y four years. It ws* wated by congress to advise the Department of Transportation and Auto Safety. The advisory council is slated to present its first annual "Excalibur" award for contributions to highway safety a,t the First International Congress on Automotive Safety in San Francisco Monday. St. Albans ets $600,000 HUD Grant The city of St. Albans wiH receive a $600,000 grant from he U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for the first phase of its downtown urban renewal project, Mayor Averil Ramsey said Saturday. Ramsey said 1 he received a call Friday afternoon from Sen. Robert. C. Byrd's office telling him of the grant. He said the first year's budget for the project, will he approximately $940,000, with the remainder coming from grant-in-aid credit. Urban R e n e w a l Authority Chairman AI Shepard said the authority will appoint a director, relocation officer and a secretary. Alcohol, Drug Treatment Grants Made The alcoholism and drug! abuse division of the West Virginia Department of Mental Health has received two grants totaling $335,760 to further its statewide alcoholism program. A formula grant, awarded un: der the Comprehensive Alcohol a n d Alcoholism Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation Act of 1970, will be used in planning, establishing, maintain- ling, coordinating and evaluating development projects. It is in the amount of $285,760. I An occupation grant of $50,'000, awarded by the Community [Mental Health Center Act, will !be used for staffing, develop- 'merit and training. i Cop Can Hear Praise on Radio HUNTINGTON, W. Va. (AP) i City patrolman Ronald 'Campbell should be in for some (words of praise from his boss. i Campbell recovered some re!ported stolen property Friday 'night, an eight-channel radio! monitor valued at $300. The monitor is owned by Huntington P o l i c e Chief G. H. Kleinknecht A KARAT UNMOUNTED OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNTl ROUND, MARQUISE EMERALD CUT, PEAR-SHAPE] SEI OUR LARGE SELECTION OF UK COLD LADIES' OR MAN'S MOUNTINGS. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY FROM OUR OWN WORK SHOP. HIDDEN NAME WATCH SALE ASSORTMENT OF LADIES'FANCY WEDDING RINCS W jjm IBIRTHSTONE MYSTERY BAGS You can find a Diamond or a Watch or Many Other Valuable Items in T h e r e Mystery Bags. Money W o r t h Guaranteed. Values to $50.00 LOOK! SUNBEAM You'll Be SURPRISED AT NATIONALLY ADVERTISED NAME WATCHES AT REDUCED PRICES COMPARE TO $49.95 $1095 19: EXTRA SPECIAL! UMBRELLAS AND PLASTIC BAGS WALL PLANTERS UTILITY BAGS YOUR CHOICE 97' EACH CANISTER TYPE VACUUM CLEANERS CAN BE USED INDOORS OR OUTDOORS VALUES TO $44 29 CHARGE IT. RECORD CABINETS Almost HOLD OVER 300 RECORDS !..OR so MANY OTHER THINGS! Smartly styled... and so versatile! An exciting, practical addition to your home. Will hold your record collection so neatly... right at your fingertips, Us« it (or bar or beverage supplies... extra dinnerwareand tableware... linens... or anythingyou want to keep out of sifiht, yet have easily accessible. The attractive, carved-effect doors slide to provide an opening almost 2 feet hiflh. Choose the style... Contemporary or Mediterranean... to complement your decor... they're both so handsome... so easy to keep clean... just the wipj of aclotndoesit! Suchwonderlul, low-cost, home space makers«, t start enjoyingyours today! CONTEMPORARY REDUCED FROM REG. $29.95 CLOSE OUT DISHES AND GLASSWARE 10'-15' 20-25 EACH YOUR CHOICE WHILE THEY LAST CHOOSE FROM 2 LOVELY STYLES · CONTEMPORARY · MEDITERRANEAN YOUR CHOICE ODDS ENDS DINNERWARE SETS COMPUTE SERVICE . FOR from VALUES TO S49.9S $ 10 PHONE ORDERS FIUEO PROMPTLY PHOHE 343-9544. 727-J131. 4 4 2 - 2 3 1 2 TOOHY West Virginia's Oldest A Largest Home-Owned Dif count Krvdit Jtwalen ERMflN 128 CAPITOL ST. 64 Main St., St. Albans Ferry St., Montgomery Main St., Oak Hill · Neville St. Beckley · Stratton St., Logan « Market St., Porkersburg

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