Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 30, 1974 · Page 21
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June 30, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 21

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i I FOR A STOCK OF OR A COOK OUT-WE'VE GOT IT ALL! CONTAINS: ·3LEGOTRS. BACKS ON ·3 BREAST OTRS. BACKS ON ·3 WINGS ·NO NECKS or GIBLETS BUDGET PAK FRYING CHICKEN PARTS HORMEL CANNED HAMS 5Lb CAN SAVE 5 2.00 FRESH BEEF PATTY MIX l Lb.1 SWIFT PREMIUM WIENERS FRESH WHOLE CHICKEN LECS l Liu Smoked, Center Cut Ham Slices Ib. -m Tenderbest 99*. Sliced Bacon lib. pkg. POUND [ WE ACCEPT FEDERAL FOOD STAMPS Ham Loaf Mix Tenderbest All Beef Wieners Fresh, With Ribs Ib. 1 Lb. Pkg. 89' 89 Fresh Ground Chuck Country Style Steak Tenderbest. Sliced Ib. Ib. s $ 1 1 09 49 . . _ ,, . . , ...,,.. . ,. vv ^^ ^^ I \*iiui*l UVOL, \JIIUCU Chicken Breast b 79' Lunch Meat Fresh Pork Steaks Ib. - - J - 7oz. CAPACITY STYROFOAM GUPS CUBED PORK STEAKS By The Piece Brauntchweiger Ib. $ | 29 Superior, For The Grill t. I Jumbo Franks -- A Boneless, Boston 79' Pork Roast Ib. SAVE 14' VLASIC KOSHER SPEARS SAVE 14' VLASIC POLISH SPEARS SAVE 10' GLEN OAK pkg. of 50 BROUGHTQN 1 Ib. 8oz. jar 1 Ib. 8oz. jar qt. jar vflvci TIM ^i Ar «"****«* ^ NOVELTIES \Jr FRUIT PIESll RED RIPE 12+2 llb.2oz.pkg. FOODLAND BONUS BUY! ·HOT DOG SAVE FOODLAND 27 Ib. AVERAGE WMe /2 Melon ·HAMBURGER Lb. for of 8 NECTARINES RED GRAPES M SANTA ROSA PLUMS IND ASSORTED FLAVORS ICE CREAM FOODLAND BONUS BUY! FRESH RIPE TOMATOES QUART BASKET ·WE ACCEPT THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITES ·PRICES EFFECTIVE Mon. July 1, thru Sat. July 6,1974 gallon 1 · I%^T^IBI^ · ^» SWANSON CHICKEN DINNERS Pepperidge Farm CAKES AUNT JEMIMA WAFFLES ' ^fWf 11 01. Pkg. 17 OL Size 10 01, Pkg. 1 69 98' 53 · OAKHURST FOODLAND 1504 Ookhurst Dr., Chos., W. Va. · FLOWERS FOODLAND 4110MacCorkleAve.,So.Chas. · SAULS FOODLAND Yawkey.W Vo. · CRAICSVILLE FOODLAND Craigsville, W. Vc. · CRAWFORD FOODLAND Fairleo, W. Vo. SPENCER FOODLAND PARKING PLAZA Spencer. W. V a . · CROSS LANES FOODLAND Cross Lanes, W. Vo. · VALLEY FOODLAND Scott Depot · SOVINE FOODLAND U.S. Rt. 60, Culloden, W. Vo · HALSTEAD FOODLAND Summersville, W. Vo · IK J. FOODLAND Sutton, W. Vo. Artvr hrunk Sutton, brat knou'n JVr hi* television i-olf us .Spi. (.arlvr in the "(fOtnvr l'\lf" scries, died f'rii/nv u/nn apparent hvttrt tit tuck. He iKis 51. (AT tt"irephotH) Florida To Ask For Aid TAMPA, Fla. (AP)-As the , danger of flooding from Cen'r tral and Gulf Coast Florida's rainswollen rivers eased Saturday, state officials hiked- damage estimates for the- five-day downpour and said they would apply for federal disaster aid Monday. "The rivers are going to go down a w f u l l y fast," said a spokesman at the National Weather Service in Lakeland; "The danger is just about past." Meanwhile, damage estimates for the 13-county area rose to $24.7 million Saturday, and Civil Defense officials said that figure did not include farm and crop destruction which could not be listed until the waters completely receded. A spokesman for Gov. Reu 7 bin Askew said in Tallahassee that the governor would sign applications Monday for fed; eral disaster aid. The weather bureau spokes T man said the Hillsbproug arid Alafia Rivers, swollen from the rain .that dumped almost 20 inches of water in some places, will crest within days just below the flood stage. ' But he predicted that the Withaocoochee River, which meanders through mainly uninhabited portions of-the region, would exceed its flood stage by up to a foot later in the week in Pasco, Hernandb and Citrus Counties. ; "The rivers should start declining soon, unless we get more rains which are unex- | pected at this time," the spokesman said. Officials of the Southwest Florida Water Management District in Tampa, revising ' . earlier estimates, said only about six riverfront houses in nearby Temple Terrace were endangered by the Hillsborough River. ' , Herbert W. Johnson, director of the state Civil Defense, said that almost $10 millionof the estimated damage iri- volved public property such'as governmental b u i l d i n g s , roads, bridges and culverts. The rest of the damage was suffered by private citizens:' WVU Gets $17,000 In Grants M O R G A N T O W N - T h r e e research grants have been received by West Virginia University. A S17.000 grant from the National Science Foundation has been awarded for research on the effects of vehicle characteristics on travel barriers. Edward S. Neumann of the department of civil engineering is in charge of the project. Merck. Sharp, and Dohme Co. has awarded the university a $4.200 grant to continue research studies under Dr. Richard Cenedella of the department of pharmacology on the mechanism of action of Halo- fenate. A S15.480 grant has been received from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases to continue studies on photodynamic effects of light on the common housefly. Linda Butler of the division of plant sciences is in charge. Area Craftsmen Featured at Fair RIPLEY - The Cabin Creek Quilting Cooperative and Raymond Epler of South Charleston will be among participants at the Mountain State Art and Craft Fair at nearby Cedar Lakes Wednesday through Sunday. Epler is a dulcimer craftsman.

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