Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 13, 1976 · Page 137
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 137

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 13, 1976
Page 137
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SALE! *12to*17off S these 4 Craftsman tools Your Choice Each YOUR SYMBOL OF EXCEPTIONAL VALUE An Item Specially Selected | as An Outstanding Buy SAVE $12! Craftsman 3/8-in. reversible electric drill Regular $44.99. Drill has a 312-watt motor that develops up to !^-HP, and gives double-insulated, variable speed performance. B. SAVE 817! Craftsman sabre saw Regular $49.99. Develops maximum '/3 HP with variable no-load speeds of 0-3200 rpm. Double-insulated. . .needs no grounding. Edge guide. C. SAVE $17! Dual-action electric sander Regular $49.99. Develops maximum 1/5 HP, no-load speed of 4000 strokes or orbits per minute. Change function with flip of lever. Craftsman. D' SAVE $12! Craftsman 7-in. circular saw Regular $44.99. Develops maximum 1% HP. 5200 rpm no-load speed. Retractable blade guard with assist lever. Double- insulated. Cut depth 2 »/»," at 90°. Ask about Sears credit plans I). 101)2 ISAVE *2! Rrg. |J6.99 10--pc. Drill luifSet «4.99 S A V E * 2 ! - R . * . SAVE SI! K,K . $6.49 Sabrr Saw W.99 IVrman,-*© Blade P a r k . . . J 4 . W EliTtric Tool Ca»- . . . .J7.99 S A V E »S! Jl'J.'W Drill Stand \Uri\\ not inrludnil S A V K $2! M.19 fc-IV. F'nw.-r Wood Borinf; Kit Svl tt.49 S A V E »2! Id'K. SAVE J9.19 1.1-l'r. Drill *|(I.W Ilil SIM S7.I9 Portahl *l! Hi-(i. IVrnum-xO r Elrrlrir SAVK «4.49 driver H - K . SAVK «.t! I l i - K - '/. PItICK! H«- K . Wi: .11.49 CirrularSnw..19.99 (f'nr, miiliuin or SAVE *2! Craftsman 3/8-in. Variable-Speed Electric Drill Double-insulated drill has controlled speed. Choose the right speed for the job--from 0 to 1200 rpm (no load I. Motor develops a maximum 1/5 HP for licht duty. Sander is double-Insulated never needs grounding. Built-in dust collect system! I - I f P.

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