Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 30, 1972 · Page 11
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July 30, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 11

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i;iA--July 30, 1972 Sunday Gaxett^Mail ChwMwi, WW ' Happiness Cynthia Lewis, 15-year- old sophomore from Houston. Tea 1 ., wears crown and holds trophy as tears of happiness stream down her face after winning the Miss Black Teenage America title. She won over a field of 34 other girls from as many states. (AP Wirephoto) 70 Pet. of Britain's Trade Traffic Halted bv Dock Strike © ,A T . Y. Times Service LONDON-tt) -Britain's national dock strike left more than 600 ships idled by Saturday and brought about 70 per cent of the nation's import-export traffic to a standstill. The massive work stoppage, in its second day, appeared like- y to continue for at least another week. Food shortages could force emergency government action, including the use of troops to move essential supplies. The nation's 42,000 dockers talked out Friday in support of demands for more job security and higher severance pay in a port industry where modern :ontainer h a n d l i n g methods lave cut down the labor force. A joint management-labor I committee meets Monday to try to work out a new formula on jobs and pay. Even if it sue ceeds, unions are not scheduled to decide until Thursday whether the progress is sufficient to call off the strike. The government is known to have readied plans for the declaration of a state of emergency to head off an economic crisis for this island nation that lives by foreign trade. Much of the country's food supplies are imported. Despite government warnings against panic buying, there were signs ihat housewives had begun loarding food in weekend buying sprees. Retail food chain stores reported there were generally enough fruit and vegetable sup- plies on hand for thi* week. They said meat shortages could develop if the strike last longer. "It's busy, but we haven't seen anyone filling out car trunks," one chain store executive said of Saturday's shopping. Fine Fare, another food chain, said store managers have been advised to start rationing sugar to two pounds a person if bigger buying waves develop. Sainsbury's, also a major food chain, said it was keeping a running count on stocks in 200 stores. In addition to the food problem, a prolonged dock strike would seriously damage the na- ion's economy by strangling export earnings and putting more downward pressure on the already weak pound sterling. PRICESEFFECTIVE SUNDAY ONLY! 1:OO P.M. TO 7:00 P M ^^^" ^^^^^^ We restmrijht to limit quantifies All items on sale while these quantities last. ·"·· rOREE ONE DAY ONLY LADIES' SLACKS INFANTS' TENNIS DRESSES 79 TERRY CLOTH Sizes 5 - 1 8 EVERYDAY 2.99 SIZES 2 to 4 1 REG. 99' SOLID COLORS 45" WIDE INFANTS' SHORTS EVERYDAY 1.69 100% ACRYLIC RUG YARN REG.59 C SIZES 2 to 4 70 YD. SKEINS LADIES' HOT PANTS SIZZLER SETS EVERYDAY 3.99 201 SIZES S-M-L GIRLS' GOWNS BABY DOLLS REG. 1.39 S I Z E S 4 - 1 4 FINAL CLEARANCE ON SUMMER GOODS' IN THE PATIO SHOP PADDED LAWN FURNITURE REDWOOD PICNIC TABLES METAL TABLES BARBECUE GRILLS PRESTO 21 QUART COOKER CANNER 25 00 MODEL CA21 FINAL CLEARANCE LADIES'SWIMWEAR ARMOUR * STAR--U.S.D.A. GRADED CHOICE CHUCK ROASTS U.S. Gem. Inspected BLADE CUTS By the Piece Only We reserve-the right to hmir quantities on atl items in this ad. Prices e f f e c t i v e thru Sat., August 5, 1972. None sold to dealers. Ib, Chuck Steaks CENTER CUTS ib. 78 Boneless Beef Roasts "ISS".... lb.M.18 (Heart of th« Chuck Rolled) ARMOUR STAR - U S Govt. Insp. WHOLE OR END PORTIONS MELOWSWEET FULLY COOKED BONELESS HAM 10 to 14 Ib. avg, wt of whole harn SOUND RIPE BANANAS BLUE BONNET MARGARINE 43 C 1 Ib. Pkg. 4c OFF LABEL SIZES 8-18 GIRLS' SLEEVELESS POLOS BLOUSES MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS TANGY LEMON FLAVOR ICED TEA MIX EVERYDAY 99' 66 Ree 299 lit £· ^.%/\j SIZES S-M-L-XL REG. 1.24 Pkg. of 10 NETWT. 17 LADIES' COTTON SHIFTS SOLD EVERYDAY UP TO 5.99 SIZES 10-20 WE HONOR master charge THE INTERBANK CARD MEN'S NYLON TRICOT UNDERWEAR REG. 1.00 (· · BOXER SHORTS / 5 T-SHIRTS INSULATED DRINKING CUPS Reg. 49' ASSORTED COLORS PKG o* 5 t 7Q7 Wt CHARGE IT! · SOUTH SIDE EXPRESSWAY at CHARLESTON (PATRICK STREET BRIDGE »nd MACCORKLE AVENUE) OPEN MCNuAY THRU SATURDAY 70 AM to 70 fM OPEN SUNDAY 1 FM /o 7 PM Everything 1 First Quality! · Money Back Guarantee? · Free Parking" · We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities! BANKAMERICARD STATE FARE SLICED WHITE BREAD 1-lb. 4-oz. Loaves BROUGHTON ICE CREAM ALL FLAVORS %-Gal.Pka. JOAN OF ARC CREAM STYLE CORN 1-lb. 1-oz. Cans BOLD DETERGENT LIFEBUOY SOAP 5-oz. Bar 25 N.B.C. FEATURES Peccin Short Bread ... ST53* Chip A Hoy *. 1 ' I

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