Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 6, 1975 · Page 155
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July 6, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 155

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During our between-seasonlull 3 kmds of discount savings for people of different speeds DISCOUNT 901, IF YOU ORDER BEFORE SEP. 30 DISCOUNT I IF YOU ORDER f .. , f I BEFOREOCT.15 «·" TM DISCOUNT IF YOU ORDER BEFORE OCT.31 KDSMKADS Normally, buying direct from Ronnie, you'd save up to 40% on Bedspreads and Draperies. Right now--is our between-season lull and our workrooms are at their slowest pace. By acting now you can save an additional 20%. Procrastinate a fortnight --when we start to get busy-and you earn .only 15%. Stall for a whole month and yon pick up a mere 10% savings. Be quick, be alert Get that coupon in the mail now! Send for FREE CatalotOrder before Sept.30-save a full 33%% Ronnie Drapery Corp., Dept. 40K18145 Broad Ave., Fairview, NJ.07022 RONNJE DRAPERY CORP, Dejit 40K18 145 bread ave., feinriew, n.j. 07022 Please rush me, absolutely FREE, the Ronnie Bedspread-Drapery Catalog that offers me additional discounts of 33^%, 20%15% during your between-season lull. NAME ADDIESS CITY until SEPT. 30th 331/3% Discount STATE until OCT.15* 20% Discount - until OCT. 31st 15% Discount ZIP Keeping Up ^With* Sivift They are abo unionized and have won the right to stage political meetings and discuss their grievances m barracks meetings, their latest demand: overtime pay for extra There are 8000 Dutch sokKeis, part of the NATO forces, stationed in West Germany today. And a more slovenly, unkempt, longhaired bunch of scraggly-beards you've never seen. Although they are the highest- paid conscripts in Europe--$250 a month and up--Holland's soldiers look like an army of hippies. They don't press their uniforms, shine their shoes, salute their officers. Explains one Dutch politician: "Our soldiers merely reflect the socialist views of their Defense Minister Henk VredeKng." Says Vredding: "My whole life I have been against dbdphne... I do not have a f eeHng of solidarity with respect to military people. I am in fact absolutely allergk to uniforms." One high American official, when asked to classify the armies of the various NATO partners who are to help us defeat the Soviets when and if they invade Europe, describes the Dutch army as "an unknown quantity, very intelligent, except that you have to give them a rational explanation for every order. In time of war there's frequently no time for explanations. Orders must be obeyed at once. Explanations follow later." AwltaKr J»tar IftrCUf Get the audience involved. The new gimmick is entitled "total the- N ater." A group of youngsters hav introduced it in Londqn'sTara Hotel. What they do is to stage a play, "Another Bride, Another Groom," a comedy about a wedding reception. The play is acted out in the hotel's banquet room, and the audience is invited to eat and drink as wedding guests. They join Jn toasts, sing songs, and end up dancing with members of the cast, one of whom, Seretta Wilson, who plays a bridesmaid, delights the audience with a revealing striptease. .Says director Eleanor Fazan: "We experimented with a theater- restaurant production in Melbourne, Australia, where it was boozy and ribald and wonderful. In London, it's been equally successful. Now we're thinking of bringing it to the United States. 'BRIDESMAID' IN ACTION

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