Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 23, 1974 · Page 110
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 110

Charleston, West Virginia
Issue Date:
Sunday, June 23, 1974
Page 110
Start Free Trial

Yours for 15 days FREE! Soft Handbag GREAT $15 LOOK! 2 for $11.96 You save $1,80 Makes » .wonderful lift! AM (Americana) PERSONAUZED FREE WITH YOURJNltlALS Bright and beautiful -- just in timei for spring and summer! You'll ;love Cohtessa's roomy design, and ?uper handy pockets-one'iriside and FOUR outside, to hold your most Qften-used necessities. Gonfessa is fashion- designed from super soft, leather-like vinyl.".'.'; looks like it sh.ould cost three times as much! fully |ined measures 12" high by 12" wide. Totes everything ypu;heed : ini great style. FREE! Your initials in handsome gold- tbnedeiawic Script letters l^highT; / - · ./ ^ t;Contesa it available in: CN(Oa«tk Navy) SI (Siren) · SW(Snow White) EB (Ebony) MO (Morocco) J L .,,. L -, j. \--!- detach Order Form Here--Complete and Mail Today YES! SEND MY CONTFSSA HANDBAG FOR 15 DAYS FREE! .-:.:.· 3l» REDHILtAVE., ·-·' ^^i^^^WAA«*A ;;^A-'Mt«c^KM Miss^to^volddeiw-- "Prini'Cleariy" D Mrs. D Mr. First Nam* Middle Initial LastNa me Address- City- -State- -Zip- STARCREST UNCONDITIONAL MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE If, at th* *nd of the 15-day trial period, for any reason I am not totally satisfied with the merchandise listed. I will return it and StarCrest will immediately rush a Bank of America refund check for every penny paid. Puftbase 2 for $11.96 You save $1.80 -; . '. . - . -.-··' , ·· · .'·"· - ,";'..-.'- .-···' - ! · : ··" - · · · -- y · " ·' ' ·- ' STYLE NO. 909 909 909 COLOR CODE Irt Ch«ic* f 2nd Ch*U* HOW MANY 1 Inittolf HtEE Calif, residents add 6% sates tax Postage and Handling · V Total amount enclosed OR to be charged to my bank credit card TOTAL NICE $ $ .75 i= Sif n Your Name *» it appMn on your Bank Credit Cart Soaring septuagenarian: 75-year-old Ted Mumfay shows that age is no bar to athletic success as he wins the triple-jump event in the Senior Olympics. IftOMrfllK Fw OH Mitts by James R. Hanley K : what age is an athlete all washed up and ready to be put out to pasture? .Well, you might ask Satchel Paige, who pitched baseball into his 60's. Or tennis star Pancho Gonzales, who's still serving aces at 46. At the same age, George Blanda is a deadly field goal kicker. Or better still, you might ask dozens of gaffers who right now are participating in the fifth annual International Senior Olympics, a series of athletic events, held mostly in the area around Los Angeles, Calif. The competitions, ranging from archery and basketball to water-polo and wrestling, have absolutely no top age limit. The Senior Olympics are organized by Senior Sports International with the objective of demonstrating that nobody has to be a has-been. continued G-) 22 f J974 starCmt PtWecte of Ctlifonii, IK. No portion *« ke our writt Ladies, too, have a field day in competition for sen/or citizens. Here Edith Mendyka takes first place in the javelin throw in the 60-64-year age group.

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,600+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free