Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 27, 1975 · Page 5
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 5

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 27, 1975
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5A -July 27,1975 U.S. and Turkey--The Recent Breach Widens By Fred S. Hoffman WASHINGTON -?· - Turkey's renuncia- The Pentagon took no action to order tion of military treaties with the United States widens a recent breach between two countries which have been allies since the dawn of the cold war. The quarrel has its roots in Turkey's invasion of Cyprus a year ago. using American-supplied weapons to conquer much of the island whose population is heavily Greek. That invasion led to a congressionally ordered embargo on U.S. arms shipments to Turkey and to Turkish retaliation Friday when the Ankara government declared U.S.-Turkish defense agreements invalid and said the Turks would take control of U.S. bases there. The effect of the Turkish action re- any movements of the 7,000 U.S. military men or their 5,000 dependents out of Turkey, or to change any basic U.S. activities at about two dozen installations in that country. Nuclear warheads for U.S. fighter planes and Turkish Honest John battlefield missiles remained in place under strict U.S. control, Pentagon sources report. Administration officials are hoping that diplomacy and President Ford's appeal for a reversal of the close House vote keeping the arms embargo in force will resolve the dispute. * * * PENTAGON leaders are uncertain how BACKGROUND | ! 1 far the Turks plan to go in exerting control at the bases. There is some belief the Turks might be satisfied to underscore their sovereignty over the bases without actually curbing" American activity, much of which is said to be important to their security. Turkey, along with Greece, was one of the earliest beneficiaries of U.S. military aid in the post-World War II era. Back in 1947. when President Truman decided to draw the line against further Soviet expansion, he gained congressional approval of a Greek-Turkish aid program totaling $400 million in grants. Turkey got S100 million of that. U.S. military advisers soon went lo both Turkey and Greece to help train their armies, navies and air forces and to supervise the way U.S. equipment was used to modernize those forces. After the Korean War broke out in 1950, the Turks sent a brigade of 5.200 men to fight alongside the Americans and other United Nations contingents. The Turks won the admiration of U.S. military professionals for gutty fighting in which the Turkish brigade suffered heavy casualties. In 1953, the Turks joined the U.S.-sponsored North Atlantic Alliance. Several of the key Turkish bases used by the Americans now are officially NATO installations. These include the Incirlik base where a 12-plane squadron of U.S. Phantom jet fighters is stationed, the only U.S. combat unit in Turkey. The Turkish government said Friday that squadron will be allowed to continue operating within the NATO framework. Other nominally NATO installations where Americans are stationed include Karamursel, which is an air refueling and maintenance point, and NATO regional headquarters at Izmir. Apart from the NATO structure, certain bases in Turkey are operated by the United States for their direct military value to the Americans and the Turks. Among the most important are several electronic listening posts near the Soviet border from which the United States keeps track of Russian radio aad other comnmn- ications. These stations give the United States and Turkey valuable information on military movements in the. Soviet Union Also considered important are a number of radar sites which are part of the early warning network designed to detect Soviet missile launches. U.S. Air Force teams ma;, a number of radio relay stations inside Turkey Some of these are staffed by as few as five technicians. The United States at one time arrayed Thor and Jupiter intermediate range ballistic missiles in Turkey, point toward Russia. But these were withdrawn after the Soviet Union pulled its medium range and intermediate range missiles out of Cuba in late 1962. dog days! one day only 1 . SORRY, NO MAIL OR PHONE ORDERS ... HURRY IN. QUANTITIES LIMITED. SHOP MONDAY JULY 28 ONLY 9:30 'TIL 9:001 MEN'S SPORTSWEAR COSMETICS .60 Perfume trays reg. 10.50-14.00 -SALE 7.99 27 Jewel boxes reg. 15.00-18,00 SALE 10.99 NOTIONS Group of White and Tan straw sandals in assorted sizes reg. 7.00 . SALE 3.50 Great group of gingham aprons reg. 5.00 NOW/3 PRICE SPORTSWEAR . Assortment of swimwear reg. 18.00-29.00 NOW 10.99 TO 14.99 Group of sportswear separates reg. 10.00-27.00 NOW 50% TO 75% OFF Group of cotton/polyester playwear shorts and togs in sizes 8-20 reg. 7.00-15.00 NOW 4.99 TO 9.99 57 Short sleeve summer shirts reg. 8.00-12.00 NOW 4.99 to 8.99 Group of short sleeve summer sweaters in assorted stripes, reg. 9.00 NOW 5.99 Group of cotton tank tops and tee-shirtsVeg. 6.00 NOW 3.99 COSTUME JEWELRY New shipment of pierced earrings in assorted styles reg. 3.50 NOW 2/3.00 SMALL LEATHER GOODS Selection of I.D. cases, clutches and check secretaries reg. 7.50 NOW 2.49 HANDBAGS Special Grouping of Vinyl Handbags. Assorted styles and colors. Reg.--20.00 Sale 9.99 bummer clearance on special selection of canvas and leather handbags reg. 16.00-36.00 NOW */3 OFF HOSIERY Group of Mary Grey in all sheer top to toe stretch nylon, sizes S-M-ML-L in shades of Crackerjack, Misty Taupe, Black Sheep, reg. 2.00 PR. NOW 1.69 PR. LINGERIE Marvelous group of Antron 111 nylon tricot sleepwear in a discontinued style SHIFT GOWN REG. 8.00 MOW 5,99 SHORT ROBE REG. 14.00 MOW 9.99 LONG GOWN REG. 10.00 MOW 6.99 LONG ROBE REG. 17.00 MOW 10.99 36 Assorted print muumuus reg. 8.99 NOW 6.99 NATURAUZERSHOP 120 Pairs of assorted Naturalizer shoes reg. 26.00 NOW 6.99 pr. MEN'S FURNISHINGS 15 Men's gifts NOW V2 PRICE .. 40 Crepe de chine dress shirts reg. NOW 4.99 20 Night shirts reg. 7.00 NOW 1.99 30 Belts reg. 7.50-10.00 ISO PAIRS OF WALK SHORTS REG. 8.00-17.00 NOW 4.99 TO 5.99 15 100% Cotton knit golf shirts reg. 17.00 NOW 11.99 MEN'S WEAR 75 Famous brand perma-press slacks reg. 12.00-13.00 NOW 6.99 Group of polyester slacks reg. 14.00-18.00 NOW 8.99 32 Pairs of famous brand polyester cotton casual slacks reg. 12.00 ' NOW 7.99 CONCEPT SHOP Come shop our assortment of sportswear in our bargain treasure trunk, including sweaters, shirts, oants reg. 10.00-50.00 NOW 7.99 BETTER SPORTSWEAR 100 Summer coordinates reg. 18.00-45.00 NOW 5.99 to 20.99 20 Pairs of culottes reg. 16.00 NOW 8.99 75 Spring and summer dresses reg. 22.00-54.00 NOW/3 to V: OFF 45 Swimsuits reg. 22.00-40.00 NOW 12.99 TO 20.99 THE PLACE Great group of assorted sportswear reg. 5.00-20.00 NOW 1.99 TO 10.99 PIN MONEY SHOP 38 Pant suits in missy and half sizes reg. 24.00-42.00 NOW 16.99 89 Dresses in missy and half sizes reg. 16.00-34.00 NOW 8.99 DAYTIME DRESSES Group of dresses and pant suits reg. 24.00 NOW 8.99 Group of famous moke nylon tricot sleepwear including pajamas, shifts and coats reg. 10.00-17.00 NOW 40% OFF Group of 60 shifts and dusters reg. 9.00-15.00 NOW 5.99 FOUNDATIONS Assortment of name brand bros including soft cup cup contour, padded, and underwire styles reg. 4.50to7j(XJ MW 2/5.00 WEST VIRGINIA SHOP Group of assorted sportswear reg. 5.00-20.00 NOW 2.99 TO 8.99 40 Sundresses reg. 18.00-32.00 NOW 14.99 TO 24.99 BRIDAL SALON 1 Chapel length Ivory veil reg. 60.00 NOW 10.00 1 Chapel length lace edge white veil reg. 60.00 NOW 8.00 1 Group White and Ivory shoulder length veils reg. 48.00 NOW 8.00 MISSES DRESSES Group of Missy and Half-size dresses reg. 23.90-24.90 NOW 1.00 SHOE SALON 200 Pairs of Florsheim and Selby shoes in assorted styles and broken sizes reg. 30.00 NOW 10.99 160 Pairs of Avantique and Deliso shoes in assorted styles reg. 28.00 NOW 10.99 160 Pairs of Town Country and Life Stride shoes in assorted styles reg. 21.00 NOW 7.99 LAMPS Group of classic hurricane lamps of French blown crystal in four styles reg. 59.95-120.00 NOW 25% OFF Group of bright floral pictures approximately 28"x25" reg. 39.95 NOW 19.95 DRAPERIES 8 6-Piece glider replacement cushions reg. 28.00 NOW 18.99 2 3-Piece glider replacement cushions reg. 60.00 NOW 48.99 2 3-Piece Breeze Way glider replacement cushions reg. 56.00 NOW 44.99 144 Assorted Antique satin sofa pillows reg. 6.00 NOW 1.99 Daystrom Contemporary 7-piece dining group with large extension table and six side chairs REG. 179.95-189.95 NOW 30% OFF Group of Horner pine bookstacks and room dividers reg. 129.95-329.95 NOW 40% OFF Great group of upholstered love seats and chairs in choice of styles and fabrics reg. 119.95-299.95 NOW 25% TO 30% OFF CARPET CENTER 27" Rubber back floor runner in Green, Orange, Brown, and Rust reg. 1.35 linear foot NOW .75 linear foot Royal Kashmire Oriental Reproductions 27 x4S TO 6'x9' NOW Vi OFF TODDLER'S WEAR Group of summer sleepwear reg. 4.25-6.00 MOW 1.99 LITTLE BROTHER SHOP 70 Pairs of summer pajamas reg. 4.00-7.00 NOW 1.99 GIRLS'WEAR Group of 7-14 dresses reg. 12.99 NOW 2.99 Group of skirts 7-14 reg. 8.00 NOW 3.99 Group of vests reg. 5.99 NOW 1.99 Group of coordinated sportswear sizes 7-14 reg. 8.00-14.00 NOW 5.99 TO 7.99 JR. HIGH SHOP Assorted shorts in sizes 6-14 reg. 3.99-5.50 NOW 2.49 Group of teen T-tops in sizes 8-14 reg. 7.00-9.00 NOW 4.99 Group of skirts sizes 6-14 reg. 8.00-12.00 NOW 2.99 Group of slacks reg. 12.00-14.00 NOW 7.99 GIRLS'LINGERIE Group of summer gowns, pajamas, and peignoirs reg. 7.00-9.00 NOW 3.99 to 4.99 CHILDREN SHOES Special sale on children's summer sandals in assorted styles reg. 8.00-11.00 NOW 4.99 BOYS'WEAR Entire stock of Boys' swimwear, tank tops, cut-offs, and tennis wear in broken sizes NOW Vz PRICE f FIFTH FLOOR ELECTRONICS 1 GE maple 25" color console TV reg. 659.00 NOW 499.00 1 Soundesign compact stereo unit reg. 199.00 NOW 150.00 1 Motorola 16" table color TV with simulated walnut cabinet reg. 369.00 NOW 250.00 MAJOR APPLIANCES 6 Hoover Swingette vacuum reg. 44.95 NOW 30.00 JR.CAPSULE Assorted junior summer wear including shorts, halters and tops orig. 2.99-8.00 NOW /3 OFF JR. DRESSES orig. 11.99-28.00 NOW VsOFF DRESSES 25 Dresses and pant suits orig. 20.00-22.00 NOW 11.99 DAYTIME DRESSES 39 Wrap-around dresses in misses and half sizes orig. 8.00 NOW 4.99 COATS 13 Nylon jackets orig. 7.99 NOW 4.99 HOSIERY Assortment of hosiery orig. .99 NOW 2/1.00 Assortment of sandals in Straw and White- broken sizes orig. 6.00 NOW 2.00 ACCESSORIES Straw handbags orig. 3.50-6.00 NOW 1.75 Group of cosmetic bags orig. 1.00 NOW 2/1.00 LINGERIE Cotton gripper front dusters orig. 3.99-6.00 NOW 1.99 FOUNDATIONS 30 Better bras, regular styles and longlines in Black or White, broken sizes, orig. 4.00-12.00 NOW 1.99 to 4.99 Formfit Rogers bikini sets, assorted colors in sizes S-M orig. 6.00 NOW 3.99 Formfit Rogers bikini sets in prints, broken sizes Bra reg. 2.25, Matching Bikini reg. 4.50 NOW 1.99 and 2.99 INFANTS'WEAR 64 Tank tops orig. 2.60-2.70 MOW 1.99 32 Short sets orig. 5.50 NOW 3.99 46 Shorts oria. 3.50 NOW 1.99 18 Shorts orig. 2.10-2.39 NOW 1.49 GIRLS'WEAR 83 Halters and tank tops orig. 1.77 NOW .99 WOMEN'S SHOES 30 Dress and casual shoes orig. 11.99-16.99 NOW 4.90 45 Pairs Connie Dress shoes orig. 15.99 NOW 10.99 BOYS' WEftS 4 Boys' shorts orig. 5.19 NOW 1.79 MEN'S WEAR 26 Men's swim trunks orig. 3.99 NOW 2.49 13 Beech jackets orig. 3.99 NOW 1.99

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