Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 27, 1975 · Page 123
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July 27, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 123

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Free-spirited lack Ford, 23, is the most independent of the Ford children, also the most politically conscious and ecology-minded. CONTINUED jobs at the White House, where the latest movies are available. The Presidential yacht Sequoia is also available for sailings down the Potomac. .. The Ford children, however, have something substantial to contribute to their father, and that's the viewpoint of American youth. "I honestly believe," says Kevin Kennedy, a friend of Steve Ford, "that the Ford kids keep Mr. Ford in accurate touch with the nation's youth. They experienced what most kids in this country did during the late 1960's and early 1970's, and they can express a point of view with an honesty and frankness that perhaps the President can't get elsewhere. Time to speak out "We'll be upstairs in the White House," he points out, "and the President will have finished a speech on TV. He'll come upstairs and ask us kids what we thought of his talk. And all of us, especially his own kids will tell him the truth even if we disagree with him, which is frequently the case. Mrs. Ford and some of his advisers are more interested in how he looked and whether his tie was on straight and how he pronounced certain words. But the President doesn't care about that stuff. He's interested in the substance, and whether or not he got it across." To date, the Ford kids are a credit to a patient, considerate father and a loving, industrious mother as well as to a former neighbor, Harriet Thorne, who looked after the Ford children all the many times their parents were out of town. Women all offer Amenca said: DOW cleans better. DOW preferred 7-1 DOW preferred 24 DOW: Overnight. over the cleaning performance of this new high temperature oven cleaner? over the cleaning performance of this new overnight oven cleaner* still the next best thing to a self-cleaning oven. Michael Ford,25atiKesorn Michigan with his wife Cayle, whom he married last July. The eldest child, he is introspective. Recently, TWO groups of homemakers from all over the country tested well-known oven cleaoers. One group tested DOW Oven Cleaner overnight and the new high temperature cleaner in their own oven's. They were not told which was which. Many preferred DOW because it didn't dry out, because it required less scrubbing and because it didn't need high heat. And when it came down to cleaning power which, after all, is what oven . cleaners are all about, it was seven to one in favor of DOW using the overnight method. The second group tested DOW Oven Cleaner and the new overnight cleaner in their own ovens. They also were not told which brand was which. Many said they preferred DOW because it dried out less and because it was easier to wipe out. And when it came down to cleaning power this time, it was two to one in favor of DOW for overnight cleaning. Use DOW in your oven for either daytime or overnight cleaning. Here is 20 cents just to try it. DOW: Still the next best thing to a self-cleaning oven. *T«t ramta avalabl* en reqwrt. DCW Oven Cleaner TO OEAiat Ita L0.po« «* b. c«di«md for foot rokn pta. S liB»ilfci| proykM t«mt of offer han k*M CWBIM wtfc. AIT oHw oMicotioa-coilNMii fronl. hwko prowi) pur. dwH of »iffci«« wck to conr uii)a«i prm^i for HhM« ***!*, fcrofcm, Mb, «* m* b* tonn uapt wfera tptcMcaty mftoriud · wriHuf ky Hw Dm Qwrical | VoM if praWiml. tax4. or rwtrictW- t pay off Mte »*. MoJ ai uainm MI HM Daw fti»icd irmprnr. P.O. le 1370, C**m, tan 52732. CMhr «oa4 oriy In U^A. C«* rW~vti~ »*«· 1 /20 of 1 i- Offtr MM to OM cowi pw «*··. Offit EXFMS JUIT 31, 177o. 6668 STORE COUPON

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