11 july 1975
lungs pressure PAGE 1C 9m flair :ity Page CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA, ^IDAY EVENING, JULY 1 1, 1975 LOCAL NEWS Hot Line Got a problem? Need on answer? Hot Line solres problems, answers questions, cuts red tape. For help dial 348 - 481 1 or write Hot Line, Doily Mail, Charleston, West Ya. 25330. Q. Why is it necessary for 1 - 64 going west to be barricaded from Montrose Drive all the way lo the end of the bridge ; over the Kanawha River, allowing only one - lane traffic, when there is no work being done? - "I a let a the to the he on A. See next question Q. On the bridge between Dunbar and South Charleston, why docs the state have all those signs up with one iane closed? You never see anyone working down there. J.W. Hurricane A. The 1 - 64 bridge contractor has had trouble getting material to repair expansion expansion joints in the new span, according to a spokesman for the Department of Highways. Highways. While the corrective measures are stalled, the barricades are left in place to avoid confusion. The spokesman said 1 - 64 westbound from Montrose Drive to the bridge has three lanes. Traffic at the two lane lane bridge converges into one lane. The spokesman said the DOH thought it wiser to have two lanes of traffic feeding into one on the bridge, rather than three feeding feeding into one. What it amounts to is one lane of the bridge barricaded, one lane of the bridge approach barricaded, the spokesman spokesman said. Q. What cm be done for a person who hat been injured by breathing fumes from A. According to the CAMC Poison Control Center, ammonia is very toxic and can burn the pulmonary lungs and change the PH of the blood, so the best thing to do is go to a hospital for an examination Q, My neighbors have thrown all their old junk and trash In their front yard. We have killed It rati and 17 mice because ol this mess next door. I have called the health department and A. James Manchin, with no results. What can I da? the in in for Falrvlew Drive A. The reason you have had no results, is, under the law, the trash condition is not a health hazard, according to a spokesman for the Kanawha - Charleston Health Department, Department, but the rat condition is, and ii you will contact Charles R. Saber a) 348 - 8050, he will send a crew to check this situation. Q. Why doesn't Watt Powell Park have outside concerts in the summer? ft.M. Charleston A. Since Watt Powell Park is used by the Charleston Charlies and the Youth Baseball Baseball Program, the schedule does not allow for much free time for other programs, says Drew Summers, of the Charleston Parks and Recreation Commission. Two upcoming Sock - Hops are scheduled for the future, one on July 14 at North Charleston Recreation Center at 7 p.m. and the other on August 8 at the Charleston Civic Center Parking Lot at 7 p.m. ^^^^^^^ ' ^ THEY'RE ELVIS FANS Elvis is hip, all right, and so are his cheerful fans who hoped to catch a glimpse of their hero today at Kanawha Airport. Tucked in the hip pocket of Bjorn Eriksen (top picture) is a photograph of E!vis Presley and the words "Elvis Fever." Eriksen, Eriksen, a member of a Norwegian Fan Club which appeared today at the airport, also is shown in the second row of pictures with his cap and Elvis button. Elvis1 name is printed on the back of % shirt worn by an unidentified fan. At lei*, is Shcrvi Hartley, 26. of St. Albans, obviously happy about the appearance tonight and Saturday of Elvis. She said she and other members oi the siafi at Ray C. Call Inc.. a die>ei distributor in Charleston, Charleston, took off the afternoon in hopes of gelling a glimpse of Elvis —Daily Mail Photos by William Tieinan.