Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on May 19, 1974 · Page 21
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May 19, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 21

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7B -May 19,1974 Sunday Gaxette-Mail Charltsfcu, vy«J 'Black Journal 9 Complaint Heard NEW YORK (AP) - The grievance committee of the National News Council has recommended rejection of a comolaint bv a white New York lawyer against a "Black Journal" program on public television. The lawyer, Horace P. Rowley III, charged that the program about Kawaida Towers, a black housing project proposed for a white neighbor- hood in Newark, N.J., failed to present a fair sampling of the opposition. After a hearing, the news council's grievance committee found the program "to be within the range of editorial judgment of the producers." "The committee was satisfied that the program was ad- quately researched and that attempts were made to elicit views from moderates," it ber William A. Rusher, publisher of the magazine Natioa- said ai Review, said he was not However, committee mem- f u l l y persuaded that black msK-xtfs^^ opposition to the project existed, as claimed by Tony Brown, the executive producer of the program. WISHING WELL ACCENTS YARD Pretty Accessory Also Helpful WISH Make a Well, Get Lovely Yard Piece By Steve Ellingson Everyone knows that "clothes make the man", but let's twist that time-honored saying a bit to add. . . "accessories make the yard". You don't have to be a buff of Early American antiques to appreciate the handsome wishing well shown here. In addition to its decorative and rustic charm, it can also be a very practical garden center. The bucket may be planted with flowers or the artificial variety may be used. Whenever you have an informal outdoor party, the well makes a novel and ideal centerpiece from which refreshments may be served. The old oaken bucket (pictured here with flowers) makes a dandy container for ice. The ledge around the edge may be used for hors d'oeuvres, beverages, glasses and things of that kind. The full-size pattern lists the necessary materials along with step-by-step directions and photographs showing all steps in building. It's an easy and inexpensive project, something that will last a lifetime. The well shown was made of standard lumber sizes available from all lumber dealers. Redwood or red cedar are recommended, as either of these require practically no maintenance over the years. To obtain the wishing well pattern #371, send $1.50 (add 25f for postage and handling or 50$ for airmail) by cash, check or money order to: Steve Ellingson, Sunday Gazette-Mail Pattern Dept, P.O. Box 2383 Van Nuys, California 91409 You may also enjoy our Patterns for Better Living book picturing more than 500 woodworking and handicraft projects for your leisure time... .$1. Move of U. S. Planes Off Taiwan Planned By Leslie H. Gelb (c) New York Times Service WASHINGTON - American combat aircraft will begin leaving Taiwan this summer or fall in another step designed to improve Washington-Peking relations and remove the vestiges of the Vietnam War. When these aircraft are all w i t h d r a w n , perhaps next year, the United States will have no routine combat presence in or around Taiwan. Elements of the Seventh Fleet stopped patroling the Taiwan Straits between the mainland and Taiwan on a regular basis in 1969. Secretary of State Kissinger is said to want to start and complete these aircraft withdrawals "sooner rather than later," while the Chinese Nationalist government on Taiwan is understood to be seeking delays. The full story of these withdrawals is still cloaked in secrecy, with some ranking officials stressing its significance and sensitivity and others insisting on its routine and expected nature. The aircraft -two squadrons of American F4 Phantoms -- were rushed to Taiwan shortly before the signing of the Vietnam cease- fire agreement in early 1973 in return for Taiwan's giving South Vietnam 48 F5A fighters. Under a November, 1972 agreement between Tapef and Washington, the Phantoms were to remain on Taiwan until Saigon and Washington replaced the 48 aircraft. One official said the planes "were put on Taiwan because of the Vietnam War and they're coming out because the remnants of that war are being cleared up our putting them on Taiwan had nothing to do with Peking." But this official and others also acknowledged that the withdrawal of the Phantoms is linked to the Shanghai com- munique of February, 1972, issued after President Nixon's visit to Peking. According to this c o m m u n i q u e , N i x o n made a commitment to the "ultimate objective of withdrawing all United States forces and military installations from Taiwan." The United States was to do this by progressively reducing "its forces and military installations on Taiwan as tension in the area diminishes." Two officials pointed out that the Phantoms arrived in Taiwan after the Shanghai communique and said that their ultimate withdrawal would merely bring the situation back to what it had been. But other o f f i c i a l s expressed the view that Kissin- r ger was eager for the early withdrawal of the Phantoms as a signal to Peking that Washington was interested in continued improvement in relations. Kissinger is said to be interested in doing what he can to strengthen the hands of those in Peking who feel the same way. The removal of American Phantoms from Taiwan would give that group something tangible to point to. when arguing with those who feel that Peking has gone too far, too fast, with Washington. THE ISSUE now between Tapei and Washington is over when, not whether, the Phantoms will be withdrawn. South Vietnam is ready, according to one official, to ship back 20 F5A's to Taiwan this fall. This would permit the departure of one of the two Phantom squadrons by October at the latest. Twenty-eight aircraft, designated by the November agreement to be the newer and'more capable F5E's, are presently being coproduced by- Washington and Taipei on Taiwan. Officials said these aircraft, which will stay in Taiwan, should be completed sometime in 1975. An F5E costs about $1.75 million, more than twice the price of an F5A. The American taxpayer will bear the difference in cost of the 28 aircraft. Advertising Firm Wins Five 'Addys' Advertising Inc. at 209 Broad St. has won five Addy Awards, including two for first place in the first annual .contest sponsored by the Ad Club of Charleston. The company won f i r s t place for a tour-color institutional booklet designed and printed for Kanawha Manufacturing Co. Another first place Gold Addy was won for a six-part mailing series by the company for its own advertising. Other awards were for work done for Blenko Glass in trade magazine advertising and for R C Cola on a purchase poster, each a Silver Addy, and work for the Bank of West Virginia on the West Side Story newspaper series which earned a Bronze Addy. In addition, a Gold Addy was received by the company's artist, Pat Schell, for his advertising artwork for West Virginia Tnick Sal^s. MR. HOUSE OF COMFORT Humidificatiun. Keating, Air Conditioning Get Our Proposal Before You Buy! NOTHING DOWN E-Z PAYMENTS YEARS TO PAY * DE-HUMIDIFICATION RiyW. STEP-UP TO TOTAL COMFORT WITH A BRAND NEW... AIR CONDITIONING GAS FURNACE ELECTRIC FILTER HUMIDIFICATION HEATING MEMBER OF NESCA 10-20-25 YEAR GUARANTEES CALL DARNOLD TODAY FORA FREE ESTIMATE Phone 744-1329 SOUTH CHARLESTON, W. VA. Now More Necessary Than Ever Long before the just-lifted price control program of the federal government, Lowe's had a price control program of our own -called Lowe's Low Prices- The idea was, and is, to hold prices at the lowest possible level on brand-name merchandise. And it has worked well. Lowe's has grown but our profit after taxes has always been less than 4c per dollar of sales. Last month, to prove that not all prices are soaring, we published a 36-page Un-flation Consumer Guide (free at your Lowe's store) and show verified examples of Lowe's lower prices. Another truth, and bad news, is that inflation is real and growing in labor and materials. The good news is that our policy still is to maintain our prices as low as possible. These low prices are guaranteed for the next 10 days. PRE-FINISHED NUTMEG BIRCH 5 1 /2 FT. WALL AND SINK CABINET With Custom Moulded Countertop Top is Cut Out For a 32 X 21 Sink Here's a beautiful way to start a new kitchen! These birch cabinets are pre-finished and ready to install with no additional carpentry needed. Their clean lirits and contemporary good looks will be an asset to any home. Set includes wall and sink cabinets and custom molded countertop. cut out for 32" x 21" sink. #29001. 2. 3. Reg. $184.91 SAVE $25. 2"x4"x8' West Coast STUDS .#06077 $|04 Each ASPHALT ROLL ROOFING Here's tough, long-wearing protection for your roof. This roll roofing has been coated with asphalt for greater resistance to wind ... moisture and fire. Meets or exceeds all FHA Standards. #10280 $ 8 19 ROLL STAINLESS STEEL KITCHEN SINK WITH SINGLE LEVER FAUCET, CUTTING BOARD AND STRAINER REG. $62.97 SAVE $10. $52 FEDERAL - BATH VANITY WITH LAVATORY TOP FAUCET Instant elegance for your bathroom! Replace that old wall-hung lavatory with this beautiful cabinet. It comes in white with gold trim ... a top that looks like real marble ... and matching gold faucet #20199 REG. $99.97 Save $20. Where Else But At Lowe's Could You Find A Value Like This In Housing Today? sr Rich with dignity . . . exotic designing ... with 4 classic columns ... an exciting entrance ... and energy-saving electric furnace. A complete materials package to build this home on your lot foundation This beautiful home is long, low, and impressive! It has a huge family room with patio door.. .kitchen .. .laundry facilities.. .two complete baths.. .3 bedrooms.. .and a 19 ft. living room. Lowe's Homestead package provides you with all the materials necessary to complete this architecturally designed home from the foundation up, both interior 13,086 and exterior. These materials include lumber and other building materials.. .carpet.. .paneling... pecan cabinets.. .paint.. .electric furnace.. electrical and plumbing supplies. And the materials furnished will meet or exceed the national minimum property standards of FHA. 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