Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on May 12, 1974 · Page 154
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May 12, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 154

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Sunday, May 12, 1974
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Can you spot the Camel Filters smoker? m Everybody aboard this jet plane has .a gimmick... almost everybody. Pick the one who doesn't. 1. Nope. He's Hugo Siavia, impoverished secret agent. Gimmick: Sells "hot" watches as a sideline. His cigarettes smoke even hotter. 2. Mike.L. Angelow. Gimmick: Artist who draws everything but attention. At last sidewalk exhibition he got a ticke't for littering. Smokes decorator pack cigarettes. 3. No. Ralph Knoshow (not pictured). «1973 R. j. Reynolds Tobacco Co. Transistor radio salesman. Resigned when given new territory... Japan. His cigarette's taste is missing too. 4. Right. Wherever he goes, he leaves the far-out gimmicks to others. Likes his cigarette no-nonsense too. Camel Filters. Honest. Good tasting. 5. Charles Chizlar. Gimmicks: 5 overcoats, 4 sweaters, 3 pairs of pants. Saves on overweight luggage. Drains tap in men's room for his water-filtered cigarettes. 6. He's Vaseli Overaidt, wrestler. Gimmick: Demonstrating arm wrestling techniques to strangers. £^- ^"^^ 7. Helen Back, stranger. Also black belt karate expert. m Camel Filters/ CAMEL They're not for everybody (but they could be for you). Warning: The Surgeon General Has Determined That Cigarette Smoking Is Dangerous to Your Health. 19 mg."tar;'1.3 mg. nicotine av. per cigarette. FTC Report SEPT.73

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