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Â·% Jitii 6,197S . State Helped by WVU Plan, Professor Says The Weather July *, 1*75 FORECAST Sugriie 6:07. ijOiei 8:55. Zones 1-2-3-4-5 (Northern Panhandle, northwest, west, southwest, north central, including Charleston): Increasing cloudiness today with highs in the low to mid 80s' Showers likely today and Monday. Lows today will Be in tne mid to upper 60s. Highs Monday in the upper 70s o low 80s. tones 6-7-8 (central mountains, south, northern mountains; . Increasing cloudiness today with highs in the mid 'c upper 70s. Showers likely today and Monday. Lows tp- cay will be in the upper 50s to los 60s. Highs Monday will Ce In the low to mid 70s. ZonÂ« 1 (eastern Panhandle): Sunny today with highs in 'he mid 10 upper 80s. Lows today will be in the mid to upper 60s. Chance of thundershowers Monday with highs in tne mid to upper 80s. VIRGINIA--Chance of showers today and Monday with highs both days in the 80s. Lows today will be in the 60s to around 70s. WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA-Partly cloudy today with highs around 80. Lows today will be in thÂ« mid 50s. Chanceo"' showers Monday with highs in the 7(h to mid 80s. " ' - Â· Â· KE NTUCXY-Showers likely today with highs in the mid to upper ads. Lows today will be in the low to mid 60s. Partly cloudy Monday iwth highs in the Ns. Â·: OHIO-Chance ot showers today with highs In the 80s.- Lows will be 1n the 60s. Chance of showers Monday with highs in the upper 70s to 80s. FRIDAY'S HUMIDITIES 5'a.m. W 1! a.m 93 5 p. m 53 FRIDAY'S WIND Maximum at 4 mph from W at 3 p.m. . TtMPIRATURtS Saturday's high M Saturday's low 63 Record high for July 5 was 100 set in 1934. Record low for July 5 was 47 set in 1968. PRECIPITATION 24-hour precipitation as of 5 p. m. . . .-0.00 . Total for the month of July . . . 0.78.' MORQANTOWN - All levels of West Virginia government have beea strengthened by graduates of West Virginia University's Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree program -- jpore than half of whom have remained in the state. Herman Merlins. WVU professor of public administration and coordinator of the MPA program, believes. Since the first MPA graduating class in 1970, a total of 77 of the program's 138 graduates have chosen to remain in West Virginia. "Of those who have stayed in West Virginia," Dr. Mertins said, "41 have taken positions with state government in Charleston, eight with county and local governments, eight in regional government, and three are working in the state for the U.S. government. The others are working in administrative positions in business and industry and in private, non-profit organizations:" BEFORE THE WVU program began. there was no institution in the state providing graduate-level, professional training in public administration. "We decided to start the program for people who wanted to make government a career and we think we've had a good deal of impact since that time," Dr. Mertins said. "We get evidence of this largely from people who have hired our graduates, Employers cite different kinds of talents and capabilities that our graduates bring to the job -- capabilities that weren't there before." The MPA program works to attract West Virginians who are interested in working for their state. "Prior to this program," Mertins explained, "many of these individuals would have a difficult time opening up channels to a state government job. Now, however, completion of this program can mean a great deal to younger West Virginians who want to remain in their state. They are finding jobs." Plastics Back-to-Nature Religious Â· Â· Â·Â· \ *-^ Cult Ends Arkansas Festival Firemen Pelted After Answering 2 False Alarms AURORA, Mo. - i.fl -- Volunteer firemen were pelted with bottles, rocks and fireworks when they answered two alarms in this southwest Missouri town late Friday night and early Saturday. Two firemen were treated at Aurora- Community Hospital and sent home. A greased pole was used for one of the events of a Fourth of July Bicentennial celebration at the American Legion Home Friday, and at 11:54 p.m. the fire department got an alarm that it was on fire. When firemen arrived, Chief John Mills reported, they were bombarded with bottle rockets, fireworks bombs, beer bottles and rocks. Fireman Gregg Mercer was hit in the eye by a bottle rocket. One of Bob Byrom's hands was cut by a beer bottle. Firemen withdrew and took the two injured men to the hospital. Bomb Blasts In Ireland Inn Hurts 6 AT 1:24 A.M., an alarm was received from a bowling alley next door to the American Legion Home in the west part of Aurora just off U. S. 60's business route. There was no fire at the bowling alley, but -firemen again were pelted with fireworks, bottles and rocks. Chief Mills described those involved as young people and said they dispersed w^en Autora policemen and officers from'the : Lawrence County sheriff's office arrived. No one was arrested. : Â·;. Aurora is about 35 miles southwest of Springfield and has a population of about 5,300. 2 WVU Grants total $87,541 MORGANTOWN - West Virginia University has received a $78,541 grant from the West Virginia Governor's Committee on Crime, Delinquency and Correction and .$9;000 from the American Chemical Society.- The larger grant will be to support a criminal justice legal resource and summer intern program and the smaller will be jor research on the reactions of silicon atoms and aggregates in the gas phase. Moore, Ford Talks Topic to Be Highways The Atiociated Prest Gov. Moore will discuss West Virginia's future highway needs with President Ford on Monday, the Governor's office said Saturday. Ford will meet with Moore and several other governors at the White House, the spokesman said. Â·."BELFAST, Northern Ireland (AP)-A bomb exploded Saturday in a Roman Catholic club in Larne, County Antrim, slightly injuring six people, including an elderly woman and a 3-year-old girl. It was the second attack in less than 24 hours on Catholic premises in the county. Police said the explosive had been planted on the roof of St. Congall's social club in Victoria Lane. All of the injured were released from the hospital after first aid treatment. * Â» Â« SIX PEOPLE were also injured Friday night in the bombing of the Catholic-owned Pheasant Inn at Martinstown. One of the injured was a pregnant woman still hospitalized 72 hours later. The bomb was tossed into the inn from a passing car and blew out every window and a door. Police said both attacks appeared to be the work of Protestant extremists in ' Northern Ireland's sectarian feuding. Meanwhile, in Whitehead, also in'County Antrim, three men burst into the home of an 18-year-old Protestant and shot him in both kneecaps while his parents were asleep upstairs. .-: "KJieecapping" is the usual form of disciplinary action used both by Protestant militants and the predominately Catholic Irish'Republican Army. YELLVILLE, Ark. (AP)-The Rainbow Family of Living Light annual festival ended Saturday, with just a few family members remaining to cleanup the festival site, Sheriff Ralph Lee "Cotton" Methvin said. Methvin said he doubted the long-haired youths who belong to the back-to-nature religious cult would ever return to Marion County because "there are too many squirrel hunters in this area." During the week-long fesitval, Methvin arrested eight members of the Rainbow Tribe--five for nudity and three for public drunkeness. He said he made the arrests to show the Rainbow Family that they weren't wanted in Marion'County. Kanawha Bookmobile Stops Set Four of the persons arrested remained jailed here in lieu of $250 bond, Methvin said. Methvin said about 700 persons attended the festival, which officially began Tuesday. The festival was held along the Buffalo River on land adjoining the Ozark National Forest. "I think the real reason the group gets together is for the nudity and sex," Methvin said. "If it weren't for the sex thing, I think their numbers would be a lot smaller." Methvin said he hadn't been to the site of the festival since early in the week, and wouldn't be able to assess the damage--if any--caused by the festival. '"'All I know right now is that they're pulling out, and I'm ready for it," he said. Oil Drilling Firm's Founder Dies at 81 Flyby This jet plane, heading out after takeoff from Kanawha Airport, seems to be balanced on a construction crane, but of course it isn't. It soon passed out of view, leaving the crane to its lonely vigil. (Staff Photo by Jack Kern) From Page One False oegouating with the agency he first heded about a subject as serious as polyvioyl chloride. Ruckelshaus' reputation for integrity grew, at least partly, from his refusal to obey orders from President Nixon to dismiss special Watergate prosecutor Archibald Cox. which led to his dismissal as deputy attorney general during the "Saturday Night" Massacre" of Oct. 20, 1973. "I'm personally very disappointed that Bill Ruckelshaus by'his own choosing would put himself in this difficult position," said one senior scientist involved in the polyvinyl chloride matter. "It is unfortunate." John R. Quarles, the deputy director of the EPA and a close friend of Ruckel- shaus, said in response to an inquiry that he had total respect and trust for his former boss. "One of the issues that has bothered me all along, however, is that the industrial side has been represented by far more intensive legal and technical support than the other side, and this imbalance has grown over the years," Quarles said. Ruckelshaus himself, who headed the EPA from December, 1970, -until April, 1973, said in an interview last week that he saw no problem in his representing the Society of the Plastics Industry, Inc;, before EPA. The society is the trade group that is playing the lead role in writing the proposed air control standards for the highly dangerous chemical. "I have been very scrupulous to avoid any conflict of interest and have tried to avoid the appearance of a conflict of interest," Ruckelshaus said. "I am never going to ask anyone at EPA to do something that is not in the public interest. Of course, they might not agree with my definition of public interest." Ruckelshaus, 43 years old, said that the society was only one of his clients with matters before the agency and that about 50 per cent of his law firm's current business concerned legal problems involving EPA. Swim Class Begins July 21 in City Sheriff's Camp Open to Girls For First Time For the first time in its 19-year history, the Kanawha County Sheriff's Youth Camp will be open to girls. Half of the program's 200 campers from 21 County junior high schools will be female, according to a camp spokesman. Located at Camp Virgil Tate, the program starts at 2 p.m. Monday and ends next Saturday. The campers -- all ninth graders -- were selected on the basis of academic achievement and leadership potential. Participants will hold a mock election for county offices and take part in workshops led by county officials. Logan Reunion Signup Deadline Is Aug. 1 LOGAN -- Reservations must be made by Aug.. 1 with Vendetta Beckett Macpherson, 667 Stratton St., Logan, for the reunion of the Logan High School classes of 1930 through 1935. The reunion will be held'Aug; 15-17. The Kanawha County Public Library bookmobile will make these stops this week: Monday--Emerald Heights at Shamrock and Londonderry, 9:20-10:05 a.m.; Sherwood Forest at top of hill, 10:15-10:50 a.m.; Rock Lake Village at Village Drive and Woodmont, 11:10-11:50 a.m.; Alum: Creek at Rose Shopping Center, 12:55-1:30 p.m.; Tornado at ball park, 1:55-2:45 p.m.; Miracle Acres, 3:05-4 p.m. Tuesday--Rand at Church Drive and Davidson, 12:55-1:50 p.m.; Witcher Creek 1 at mouth of Dry Branch, 2:10-2:50 p.m.; Mammoth at Advent Christian Church, 3:20-4 p.m.; Ward, 4:10-4:35 p.m.; Cedar Grove near post office, 6:25-8 p.m."., Wednesday--Tad at school, 1-1:40 p.m.; Coal Fork at United Methodist Church, 1,50-2:35 p.m.; Maiden near underpass, 2:45-3:20 p.m.; DuPont City at Fourth and Main, 3:304:10 p.m.; West Belle at 17th Street, 4:20-5 p.m.; Belle city building, 5:50-8 p.m. Thursday--Charleston Second Avenue, Recreation Center, 12:45-1:25 p.m.; Woodward Drive near Stanley Products building, 1:45-2:30 p.m.; Little Tyler at school, 2:50-3:20 p.m.; West Dunbar at Shawnee School, 3:40-4:10 p.m.; Brookhaven at W. Va. 35 and 40th Street, 4:35-5:25 p.m.; Cross Lanes at school, 6:20-8 p.m. Friday--Orchard Manor at office, 9:20-9:50 a.m.; Kanawha Two Mile at Rich's Fork, 10:05-10:40 a.m.; Sissonville at school 11-11:40 a.m.; Sissonville at Big Star, 12:30-1:30 pjm.; Big Tyler at Nazarene Church, 1:55-2:55 p.m.; South Charleston at Kenna Homes, 3:15-4 pm. . Practical Nurses Group To Meet Tuesday Night District One of the Licensed Practical Nurses Assn. will meet at Thomas Memorial Hospital's family practice facility at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Â· Three physicians will discuss family practice and the nurses will be given a tour of the facility. TYLER, Tex. (AP)-Joseph Zeppa, who rose to head the world's second largest oil drilling business, died here Friday. He was 81. Zeppa, founder, president and chairman of the board of Delta Drilling Co., came to America from Fubine, Italy, at the age of 12, and grew up in New York City. He died at his Pine Hurst Farm retreat near hers. .The Texas Legislature recently honored Zeppa for his many contributions to the oil and petroleum drilling industry. In 1971 he was named the "grand old man of drill- .4hg"':at the International Petroleum Exposition in Oklahoma. first-hand knowledge of Holystone operations in late 1969 were unable to provide any evidence that details of the collision had been fully provided to appropriate members of the National Security Council and the State Department. In addition, a former official of the Central Intelligence Agency, who said he knew of other incidents involving the Navy's Holystone operations, also said that he.had not been informed of the Gato's collision. And a well-informed official of the Ford administration, who has access to intelligence information, said in the last week, after conducting a check of White House files, that he was unable to "find any record of any such thing (the coilison) having taken place." He added, "And I'm reasonably confident that we"would have found it." A swim class for youngsters from 3 to 5-years-old will be given by the Charleston YMCA, beginning July 21. The four-week class will be held from 1:30 to 2: p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays. The cost will be $15 for the first child and $10 for each additional child in the same family. Contact the YMCA to register. Phone Rate Cut PRETORIA, South Africa UP) - The Post Office said charges for telephone, calls from Pretoria to Canada have been reduced to about $11 for the first three minutes and $3.70 for each additional minute. The charge previously was $14.85 for the first three minutes. ; make a statement in your new Wild Wonderful West Virginia tie simply beautiful and priced to please ruby ... the birthstone for July Here's a little something with lots of style! Sleek and shiny 14K gold accented with a dash of dazzling diamonds and rubies. A smashing understatement of unquestionable taste. 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