Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 16, 1974 · Page 6
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June 16, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 6

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JUM*- 16. W74 Could We Want More? Otherwise. You may not believe this but t!»ere is a lot we can be thankful for. a gob of gowi ur- rouiiding us. consolations galore. The feeling of gloom and doom, of crisis and chaos, can overcome you. throw you off balance, fill your news-con- .fused brain with minus signs. · But there are plus signs, all sorts oi indicators thai things 'aren't as bad as they seem. How. for instance, can you ·'stop a country that developed · the- left-turn arrow'.' ! ; The way to get the U.S. ! - moving again, of course, is to : ", turn out more arrows. i : How -.-an we possibly lose ; ' our place on the world's stage · when we have the resources to i ·". transform the Mark Spit/es. ';· Joe Namaths and Muhammad '. Alls into actors? 9.' AND LOOK at our various i freedoms. We've got the freedom to ignore the tacos drive- ins if we wish: to shinny up telephone poles w i t h o u t our britches on; to say obscene things to the umpires; to eat, drink and smoke all sorts of weird concoctions t h a t our Big Daddy Government says are going to do us in; to call relatives and reverse the charges: to retire to restrooms during commercials; to speculate openly about what happened to Liz and Richard; to forget the names of the last astronauts we sent up \ yonder. ··· It's still a free country even though the price of freedom /ffas been inflated as badly as f everything else. ·,;/U's a country that's getting /bigger by the day, even though we're weighed down with a hundred different diet books a month. We've still got a strong Constitution, even though we're out of breath running for the school buses. We're still so patriotic that w e c a n ' t t u r n o u t e n o u g h American flags, so we get some of them made in Japan. It's a country t h a t never gives up in a fight, and if you don't believe it look down into the Grand Canyon. We've still got some I n d i a n s trapped down there. WE HAVE an abundance of everything, including advice. Men fly all over the country to tell us we might to keep our feet on the ground. And then they try to nut all of us, from Sammy Davis on up, in high heel shoes. We've got a m a g n i f i c e n t country here with a lot of signs of the old stick-to-it spirit, and we stick some of them on our bi'Tipers. others on the sides of barns, others on the walis of our birth control clinics: "Don't Litter." And versatility. We have leading politicians imperson- a t i n g our comedians, other politicians entering the ministry, and ministers entering politics, and prisoners becoming authors, and authors becoming prisoners, and women who want to be like men, and men being turned into women, and many adults who act like children. Who could ask far anything more? In fact, who would wact to? Tom Fesperman Foreclosure May Be Awkward , K . Y.-\*-AI- tea*y CGWM Y fcffeetosad«gte Slate Gwart of Appeals fawlid- ieg afid its owa eo*)rouse Friday -- to the «£Etbarrass- oeat of couEty officials. "ft'faeo i said we will foreclose even- bleeding piece of property with back taxes due. apparently somebody took me literally."' County Atty. Robert Roach said Fridav. a lax due Cor ifee Moil for the Court of Appeals build- iag "la the previous foreclosures, there was some discretion in what was to be foreclosed." Roach said. "Our orders were to foreclose everything. MQRIOKA, -Norther* Japaa - A after beiag tottee by a pig here Thursday aigte, ee said Akira Sato, a msiructkai worker. was apparently attacked bv the 55Hwund female pig wfaue be Vas replenishing the feed box and died from excessive bleeding after the pig bit his ears off. JACK PERRY JACK PERRY AGENT FOR NATIONWIDE INSURANCE ,414 DIVISION ST. SO. CHAS. has won m e m b e r s h i p in "Millionaires" Club, Nationwide's Elite Sales Recognition organization. The Company notified Per ry of election to "Million airas" Club in recognition o his outstanding performance in customer sales and service icjst year. He will receive special rec ognition for his achievement: at Nationwide's 17th annua "Millionaires" Club confe ence at Ft. Lauderdale, Flori da. Perry has been a Nation iwide insurance agent for 1C years, this is the 1st time he has won membership in th "Millionaires" Club. Nationwide Insurance *r*!* 1 Mofnjl In-nr-mr*-' «. o»M*- McTiwI Kir*- In-, * «- frnfl* iff* 1 1 .if* 1 In^nrjrrK*-* orop.»m Wrtrrn* tUftf*-f nlarnfm*. *lh»*» SEE OUR COLLECTION OF DECORATOR LOVESEATS SOFAS AND CHAIRS BY HICKORY FRY Stearns Foster bedding sale! Firm and Extra Firm mattresses or box springs featuring coil innerspring quilted cover, weight balanced center, % inch Mar-velex foam tor added surface softness. Stearns Foster seat edge, insulo-spring cushion and 100 /c inner quilt features included. 69.96 79.95 219.00 299.00 79.95 99.95 239.00 339.00 FIRM TWIN FIRM FULL FIRM QUEEN FIRM KING : EXTRA FIRM TWIN... EXTRA FIRM FULL EXTRA FIRM QUEEN EXTRA FIRM KING.. each each set set each each set SLEEP SHOP- Third Floor A special collection of quality upholstered furniture from Hickory Fry. Finest quality construction and tailoring throughout each piece. Features fitted arnvcovers, choose from damask, matelasses, velvets and Herculon Olefin fibers. Most fabrics treated with zepel or scotchgard protected. Now is the time to add those quality pieces of furniture to your rooms. You'll find many pleasing pieces to select from . . . many are sure to fit your room, mood and decor. SOFAS LOVE SEATS. CHAIRS REG. 339.00--599.00 REG. 324.00-399.00 REG. 179.00-259.00 FURNITURE-- Third Floor summer sale ,. Samsonite save now! Samsonite Silhouette, the lightweight that can take heavy weight handling. All the famous Silhouette features and exclusive lightweight magnesium frames. Matching sets for men and women. LADIES' COLORS of Sky Blue and Honey Gold, MEN'S COLOR of Olive IN THESE PIECES ... A ... Beauty Cose reg. 38.00 B . . . 21 "O'Nitereg. 40.00 C . . . 24" Pullman reg. 48.00 D ... 26" Pullman reg. 58.00 E ... Handi-Tote. reg. 30.00 f ... 21" Companion reg. 40.00 .. G .... Three Suiter reg. 63.00 .. SALE 27.98 SALE 31.98 SALE 37.98 SALE 45.98 SALE 23.98 SALE 31.98 SALE 49.98 LUGGAGE SHOP--Fashion Floor heirloom clocks by Sunbeam A ... Vermont II miniature Grandfather Clock with swinging pendulum. 20" High, the crystal encloses a bright embossed gold and silver spun dial with black Roman numerals, hands and minute marks. Traditional Tempus Fugit motto over old-world glove design. Richly detailed woodtone case complemented by heavy simulated hand carvings. 19.99 B ... Mansion cordless decorator wall clock in Early American charm and distinction. Simulated distressed wood. Detailed hand-carved effect on border. Octaqon shape with large raised Roman numerals. Delicate filigreed white hands. Choice of pecan or Antique Avocado. 26.99 HOUSEWARES-fifth floor

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