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Record-Eagle (Newspaper) - December 28, 1966, Traverse City, Michigan I; RECORD-EAGLE, TRAVERSE CITY, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1966 Page 15 RE AT X. mmmm GIANTWAY SPECIALS! 5'x5' TENT CLOTH No Nuts or Bolts Goes Up In Seconds Compare at 15.90 ANCHOR HOCKING HOLIDAY GLASSES HI-BALLS OLD FASHION MANHATTANS 6-oz. 9-oz. 12-oz. Tumblers All In New Sorreno and Lido Patterns In Avacado Gold Blue Honey CHOICE YOUR If Compare to 25c COLEMAN CATALYTIC HEATERS 3500 B.T.U. 19.97 20 INCH EASY TRIP TIP-UP 79' JON-E HAND WARMERS 2.77 SWEDISH 6" Self Tracking Blade SAVE ON Ice Fishing LURES 69' 22 INCH VISTA SPRAY DE-ICER Compare at 95e Plastic Wood ICE ROD 77' GAS LINE ANTI- FREEZE CADIUM PLATED HEAVY DUTY ICE SKIMMER 49 SPARK PLUGS All Popular Sizes A.C. RIGHT GUARD DEODORANT Compare at 1.10 BRECK RIGHT GUARD Regular 2.29 Hair Set Mist Regular 1.00 LUSTRE CREAM Hair Spray 13-oz. wt. Regular 4 Hard To Held Regular 98c 12-oz. Can S.T.P. MOTOR ,6.OI ADDITIVE Can Compare 1.65 .SERVIN4 IN MICHI ALMA CADILLAC LUDINGTON TRAVERSE CITY HAIR SPRAY EN MAGIC 6-oz. wt. Size Regular 1.50 13-oz. wt. Size Regular 2.25 ORAL ANTISEPTIC MICRIN Regular 12fl OI 1.00 Btl. FAMILY DISCOUNT CENTERS Slay Retains Bank Post LANSING George Romney, making good bis pledge to stick with State Bank- ing Commissioner Charles D. Slay, named him Tuesday to another two-year term. Senate confirmation to the year job is required. Slay came under fire from several stockholders' groups in October when he declared De- troit's Public Bank insolvent, had the Wayne county circuit court place it into and supervised its sale to the Bank of the Commonwealth. Six directors of the Public Bank blasted Slay, 49, for using "insidious means" in dealing with the bank. But Roraney balked at calls for Slay's ouster. Slay had served 20 years with the Bank of the Commonwealth and was its vice president when former Gov. John Swainson named him banking commis- sioner to fill an unexpired term in 1061. Romney re-appointed him in February, 1853, and De- cember, 19IM. The post also includes direc- torship of the Financial Institu- tions Bureau in the Michigan Department of Commerce. Open Section of Freeway DETROIT Simultan- eous ribbon-cutting ceremonies along 1 73 today marked the opening of the ?40 million "Sea- way Freeway" in the Downriver Detroit area. Cutting of ribbons by State Highway Commissioner Charles H. Hewitt in Lincoln Park and by Stale Highway Director How- ard E. Hill in Southgate open- ed the 9.5 miles of freeway, the longest section of urban freeway ever opened' in Michi- gan at one time. The route, which includes the SOOth mile of interstate freeway in Michigan, extends from the present terminus of the Detroit- Toledo Freeway at the Browns- town-Taylor township line in Wayne county north to Fort Street just south of the Rouge River in Detroit. It passes through the cities of Southgate. Allen Park. Lincoln Park, and Melvindale before en- tering Detroit. It will he ex- tended to West Grand Boule- vard in Detroit late in IOCS when the million high level bridge carrying the freeway over the Rouge River is com- pleted. INJURIES FATAL KALAMAZOO B. Thompson. 6S, former main- tenance worker at Western Michigan University, died Tues- day in Borgess Hospital of in- juries he incurred when he fell from the roof of his home while putting up Christmas decora- tions Dec. 21. 690 Tops In flattery, low-cost to crochet and knrt. Accent your Winter coat with them. Crochet top tun-ban with spangle trim, knit other style of lacy mohair. Warm, soft, easy Pattern 690: sizes Small, Med- ium, Large included. Thirty-five cents in coins for each pattern add 15 cents for each pattern for Ist-class mailing and special handling. Send to Laura Wheeler, Record- Eagle, 361 Needlecraft Dept., Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York, N. Y., 10011. Print Pattern Number, Name, Ad- dress, Zip. 1067 SUCCESS! Our new Needlecraft Catalog sparkles with the Best of smartest kiiit, crochet fashions, afghans, quilts, embroidery, toys, gifts. 200 designs, 2 free patterns. Hurry, send 25 cents. 12 Unique Quilts from famous American museums. Send 50c Cor Uluseum Quilt Book No. 2. Value! Quilt Book No. 1 sli- Leeii couiplets 50c.
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