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THE UNITED STATES MINT STRIKES THE BICENTENNIAL DOLLAR 'UNCIRCULATED SPECIMENS GENUINE MEMENTO OF AMERICAN HISTORY DATED ONLY $3.50 24-KGOLD* ELECTRO PLATED IN PLUSH DISPLAY CASE ACTUAL S , ZE Coins will be delivered in handsome display case of rigid plastic with a descriptive tablet Real United States Dollars authorized by Congress to commemorate our nation's 200th birthday. The obverse side with General Dwight D. Eisenhower carries the dates "1776-1976." The reverse side shows the Liberty Bell on the moon, a graphic portrayal of the nation's progress. Advance orders are now being accepted for delivery after July 31,1975. To insure that your order is properly processed, your order will be confirmed immediately by return mail. Orders are not cancellable by the purchaser, Â·by u.s. Com Co. . Limit 6 coins per person. UNITED STATES COIN CO. P.O. BOX 10113 3138 MAURY STREET CHARLOTTE, N.C. 28201 Â· MTMHIBM* 30-1P .COINS AT $4.00 EACH. ;*n ENCLOSED CK. OR M.O. $_ FOR SMEBJirtSTMIMI NAME ADDRESS CITY e STATE. ZIP SlftltS MM 1171 U.S. Coin has no Federal Agency Affiliation. FIX BROKEN DENTURES f AtkMM Fast, eaÂ»y to uÂ«e. Works every time, QUIK-FIXÂ® or your money back. Dmtmfe**i'Klt At all drug counters. WORK OVERSEAS. Australia, ^Africa, South America, Europe 6tc. Construction, Sales, Engineers Clerical, etc. $8000 to $50,000+ Expenses paid. For employment information write Overseas Employment, Box 1011P, Boston, Mass. 02103. TEETHING PAIN relief 3 ways f a s t . . . NUM-ZIT? HELP For Today HOPE For Tomorrow ... With Toirth by Pamela Swift ERWIN KOSTEDDE IN ACTION GenMflSiperstflf The most famous superstar in German football today--what we call soccer--is a wiry-haired, brown-eyed half-American of 28, Erwin Kostedde. His father is an unknown black G.I. Kostedde--the German equivalent of our Joe Namath in skill and notoriety- is the star of the' Offenbacher Kickers. When he was 20 he dropped out of big- time soccer for six months of wild living. "At the end of six months," he says, "I woke up without any money or friends." Fortunately, a football manager took charge of Kostedde, talked some common sense into him, made" him train rigorously. Today Kostedde is a member of the all-star German team, saves his money, will surely help defend the World Cup in 1977. Kostedde is not particularly popular with the German football fans; they regularly insult him. He drives a $13,000 Mercedes, collects expensive oil paintings, and lives in a handsome apartment. "People who call me a black bastard," he says, "are just ignorant or jealous. I don't resent them. I just try harder to earn their respect by playing as well as I possibly can. My playboy days are over." 12 After lying dormant for 10 years, skateboarding is experiencing a dramatic comeback this summer. One reason being skateboards are safer today than they were a decade ago. When skateboards were introduced in Southern California in 1965 they were equipped with Chicago clay wheels which did not take turns well, thus injuring many young people. Medical societies immediately denounced them as "children cripplers.'' But skateboard technology has advanced and the boards are now being manufactured with urethane wheels, which take turns exceptionally wett. As more young people skateboard, sometimes known as sidewalk surfing, local communities are enacting ordinances to protect citizens on sidewalks and parking lots from "these road monsters." Before communities kill off this sport, skateboard enthusiasts might consider asking their local govern- SKATEBOARDS ARE BACK! mental body to set aside areas specifically intended for skateboarding. To date skateboarding is most popular on the West Coast and Florida. Skateboards range in price from $8 to $60. The safest models are equipped with urethane wheels.