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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 27

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1 IB--July 23, 1972 Sunday Gtuttte-Mail --~CnerlettCfl, Wet* VlnliJe-- Tennessee Prison Guards Fired, Inmates Moved New Ware' Finishing a 10 - week course at the U. S. Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Training Institute in Washingls*, D.C., is South Charleston Police Lt. RoberHV. Parkins. His studies'covered drug identification, pharmacology, drug abuse investigative methods and drug traffic patterns. New Books At Library Among the titles received las week at the Kanawha County Public Library: Adult Fiction--Dunnett, The Ringed Castle. A d u l t nonfiction--Acheson Grapes From Thorns; Anson McGoverm A Biography; Atkin son, This Bright Land; Barnaby, Man And The Atom; Beauvoir, The Coming Of Age; Bennet, No More Public School; Berne, What Do You Say After You Say Hello?; Birley, Septim- ius Severus: The African Emperor; Boardman, America Anc The Gilded Age, 1876-1900; Caidin, When War Comes; Cohen, Black Crusader; Cooke, Modern Black Novelists; Elling, National Health Care; Frank, An American Death; Hicks, The Honorable Shirley Chisholm; Hillen, Blackwater River; Hosteller, Children In Amish Society; Howard, Sacajawea; Laver, The Age Of Illusion; Lerner, Black Women In White America;' Marty, Protestantism; Meyer, Enjoying Food On A Diabetic Diet; Pellegreno, World Flight; Pepe, Come Out Smo- kin; Pike, The Wilderness Revolt; Robinson, The Difference In Being A Christian Today; Stewart, Jazz Masters Of The Thirties; Stillman, The Doctor's Quick Weight Loss Diet Cookbook; Turnbull, Hammond Innes Introduces Australia; Witcover, White Knight. Reference--Bender, Contraception: By Choice Or By Chance; Bochenski, Guide To Marxist Philosophy; Chester, The Olympic Games Handbook Forrester, Occupational Literature; Gibson, A Bibliography of William Dean Howells; Lister, Costumes Of Everyday Life; National Directory Of Accredited Camps For Boys and Girls; Torrey, American Slave Trade. Shopping Mall Grave For Elephant P 0 N T I A C, Mich.WT--Littl Jenny, an 8,000-pound elephan which costarred with Elizabet] Taylor in the movie "Elephan Walk," now lies hurried outside the Pontiac Mali shopping cen ter. The 60-year-old beast died o: old age Friday while appearing with a carnival-circus at the nearby Waterford T o w n s h i p mall. At the order of local health officials and police, an impromptu funeral service was held and the elephant was hurried near the sopt where she breathed her last. Circus officials said Jenny became ill Thursday and a loca veterinarian prescribed antibiotics. Dr. Robert Willson, director of the Detroit Zoo, was called in for consultation but concluded there was little to be done. Jenny quietly slumped to the ground and died Friday. The death left circus and mall officials in a quandry over what to do with the carcass. Finally, after threats from the police and consultations with the mall owners, it was agreed to bury Jenny on the spot. A backhoe dug a nine-foot- deep grave, but didn't quite have the strength to push Jenny to her rest. So trainer Guy Gossing brought over Jenny's long-time companion Babe, who is now the last survivor of the 10 elephants in "Elephant Walk," and she nudged Jenny into her grave. Brandt, Followers Face Tough Election TUEBTN 7 GEN, Germany--OR --Willy Brandt's Social Democrats have less than a 50-50 chance of winning this fall's elections, according to a poll released this week, Use Want Ads. Dial 348-4848 By Lurry Hobbs NASHVILLE, Tenn.~*l- After firing ISO striking guards, Tennessee closed its maximum security Brushy Mountain State Prison Saturday and transferred the 400 inmates under heavy guard to other prisons. James Earl Ray, convicted assassin of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., was among the inmates taken from Brushy Mountain at Petros in east Tennessee to the main state prison in Nashville, 200 miles away. Ray was transferred in a spe- cial three-car convoy that moved out of Petros before dawn ahead of a caravan carrying 185 inmates in buses and station wagons. State troopers, armed with handguns, shotguns, rifles and submachine guns, were stationed along the route as the prisoners were transferred. '"It was nothing significant," Claude Armour, state safety commissioner, said of the tight security around Ray. "But he's nationally known and we wanted to make sure there was no criticism involved in his method of transfer." C o r r ec t iens Commissioner Mark Luttrell said the decision to close Brushy Mountain and transfer the prisoners was made Friday after the guards were fired. "Due to the conditions that developed, we felt we could not get sufficient help and might as well shut it down," Luttrell said at a Saturday news conference. When the guards struck Thursday--in protest of disciplinary action taken against two of t h - e m -- s t a t e troopers were called in to man the guardposti. But, Luttrell said, the troopers were temporary replacements and could not be used to keep the prison open. "As a result, we felt we had no choice but to move the prisoners to Nashville," he added. The transfer of nearly 200 prisoners to Nashville began shortly before 3 a.m. Saturday. The rest of the 400 Brushy Mountain inmates were removed by Saturday afternoon. About 1000 prisoners, honor farm trustys, were headed for a minimum security center at Only, west of Nashville, authori- ties said. The others were transferred, at least temporarily, to the main state prison. The special convoy for Ray, serving a 99-year sentence in the slaying of King in April 1968, moved out about 15 minutes ahead of the caravan of five buses and 25 cars and station wagons. Ray was placed in a patrol car that carried two hefty state troopers and was driven by a third. That car was followed by one carrying more state troop- Wife's Law 'Appetite 9 Lost { White Dining on Parchment DETROIT (AP) -- Gloria Judge, 24, maye have lost her appetite for legal measures. Mrs. Judge said when she told her husband she had obtained a court peace bond to prevent him from beating her, he forced her to eat the 5-by-8- inch parchment document, then beat her again. Clifton Judge, 34, xvas fined $100 after pleading guilty to an assault and battery charge- ers and another carrying Armour and Luttrell. The special convoy arrived at the Nashville prison at 7:45 a.m., one hour and 15 minutes ahead of the longer convoy. Ray was whisked- into the prison as armed guards maintained tight security along his entrance path. Waiting newsmen and photographers caught only a fleeting glimpse of th« confessed slayer. 59 Brilliant Decorator LAMPS RECLINERS La-Z-Boy, Futor!an| Your Choice of Styles Was 266. 159. At l«oit 55°!. oH. Mon- sitt comfort. Modern, Trodilionol. · CEDAR GROVE'S 15 at ! /2 Price Drrne, Philmor, W,,t- «tod. . . -Slitt.l ot 25% oil FURNITURE COMPANY Unheard of Bargains! 3 sofas and 4 chairs 60% Off!!! Distinctive DINETTES at 25% and 30% off !·?;*«·»·« from 54. 5' and 7-pc. sets in Colonial, Traditional and Modern. Ma- pit, Chtrry, Metal, Plait.c. Chromcraft, Slowville, Tom* pie Stuart, T«ll City. . *·· 4 s * Mid-Year everything from top to bottom Occasional TABLES in every style 10 at ! /2 Price 40 Mor« ol up to 40% oM. Gordon, Mmmann, Hamm.ry, Broybill, Glob«. 20% to 50% off our regular original prices continuing through July 29 ·^^-^^····^^·^-^···^^^-······^-^····^^^^^·l [ /2 PRICE on 350 Items Dining Room Values: TM~^-«¥ »; MIS.MATCHED SLEEP SETS TWIN OK FULL 32. MXTTRESS OR BOXSPRIKG These ant clos» outs on Seoly Mis-Match lets. First com*, first served. Choice of odd DRESSERS, DESKS, HEADBOARDS, CHEST 50% and 6O% OFF Regular 159.95, now 64. You select from these quality name-brands at terrific savings: Upholstered: Hickory Tavern, Signature, Globe, Mammary, Broyhill, Kroehler, Hickory, Fairfield, Thomasville, Pennsylvania House, Skyline. RecliiMrs: La-Z-Boy, Futorian. Dining end Btdreem: White, Thomas, Bassett, Hickory, Consolidated, Kemp, Young-Hinkle, Century, Dixie Lea. Lamps, Accessories: Stiffel, Deena, Philmar, Syrocco, Turner. Appliances: Magic Chef, Tappan, Maytag, Frigidaire, Whirlpool, RCA, Zenith.. .and many others. 10% Off on Appliances 6x9-ft. BRAIDED OVAL RUGS 49. Other ova) ond area rugi up to 9x12 for only 69. Or l«t w t*rgt a remnant (or 26. PICTURES, Accessories Cedar Grove has a variety of pictures in -many styles of frames. Also many wall hangings and statuary. Every accessory at least .... '/J O ; FF! ^-i -y Regular PRICES RESTORED July 29! Name-Brand SOFAS, CHAIRS-V2 OFF! Only at Cedar Grov* could you expect to buy Thomasvill., [?«* Bassett, Broyhill, Century, Consolidated at these clot.-auf prices. Over 1O suites at 50%, 40% and 25% oHI Broyhill. 9-pc. Mediterranean. M *%*% Pecan Was 575.1 \ + e Consolidated. 9-pc. Early Amer. M: JL if Pine. Was949.OO3« Consolidated. 8-pc. Spanish. jf fL^f% Pecan Was 679.95 9 O W e Tell City. 7-pc. Early Amer. ·· ^r f^ Mdple Waj 759.95 *} O.IF e Bassett. 6-pc. Spanish. . ft O O Pecan Was 409.95 O A O · White. 9-pc. Colonial. 4% ^ O C Suite Was 3.080 A /%! 7 h) e Consolidated. 8-pc. Early American. Jl A ^1 Maple Was 555. ft ·*·! . Bed Room Bargains; Hickory, Kemp, Lea, Iroyhill, Dixie, White--all the fine names in bedroom furniture at a fraction of retail cost. Hero are iuit a tow: Link-Taylor. 5- pc. Country French. £L m f\ Whita/Gwn Woj816.95 O I We Thomasville. 5-pc. Italian. / *L ·^·4 PeckyiPecan Wa*89995O/VI* Pennsylvania House. 4-pc. Early Amer. / J| «·%»·% Ch"ry Was 545.95 *IVlF« Broyhill. 6-pc. Twin bed. Spanish Wai495.95 Broyhill. 5-pc. French Provincial. Fri'itwood Was 449.95 Thomasville. 5-pc. Spanish. Pecan.- .. I Was 1049. Broyhill. 5-pc. Italian. Pecan Was 564. 839. Imagine! a 669.95 sofa for 334 a 181. chair for 90.!! If you've been putting off buying upholstered furniture, don't put it off any longer. . . .for search as you may, you will not find these prices duplicated anywhere! Check just a few of these bargains: Chair Loose-pillow. Cotton. White and Gold Pattern Was 379.95 Chair High Back w/curved arms. Cotton. M Q White, Navy, Burgundy. Was 307.95 I ·# T· Chair. Accent. Loose-pillow. "· 4 tL Rayon. Turquoise. .... Was 232,95 I I O* Sofa, Tufted back w/wood trim. Turquoise pattern Was 699.95 Sofa 85" Tradit. Loose cushion. Blue, Green Pattern Was 549.95 189. 339. ALL Patio Furniture-30% off La-Z-Boy Recliner Only o few pieces left, but you can really pick it I i "i: U P 50m * bargains from our remaining slock. *-"*- ; !.«"»'::: Qr you can special order from Homecrest, Carolina Forge, Bunting at 30% o f f . . . Close-outs on Outdoor Cedar Grove has about 12 collapsible outdoor chairs with basket weave straps. These were formerly 17.9_5,and 15.95 each. During our sale...-.'. Drive 18 miles and buy a sofa, two chairs and two tables for only 683. This it not promotional, gimmick furniture. It's high-quality, name-brand upholstered for which you would pa/ twice this amount anywhere else. Sofa, 2 chain, 2 tables Was 1139. 683. CARPET Installed with PAD from 7.45 M Nylon: Green, Blue, Red, Gold. You choose from 150 Rolls of Lees, Cults fan, Mohawk You call. Wo bring samples and measure. You select. Next week wo install... ireen Gulistan Here. Was 7.55 . .. 5.25 Q Blue or Orange Lees nylon shag. Was 7.40 ... 5.40 Q Green Mohawk poly, sculpt. Was 9.50 ... 7.80 f~J And many more! REMNANTS: 52.,29.,26., 13. nnants in 12' and 15' widths, just four low' ut the ones you want. We'll serge or bind. 12. Why Clearance NOW? Cedar Grove is an unusual store. We sell the best lines of furniture, carpeting and appliances. . .and we sell in big quantities. But we have limited space. We're expecting big shipments of furnishings in August and September. You profit from our crowded conditions. Take advantage of these many buys offered through July 29! 35 Beautiful Bedroom and Dining Room Suites on Sale... Sometimes it's hard for newcomers to the area or newlyweds to realize that Cedar Grove stocks the finest furniture available: Our prices are always 10% to 30% lower than market. ANP DURING OUR MID-VfARUEARANCt we hevi «»tr 350 ittms n! half price. Every piece «f Furniture in Ike store if mirked 4*wn el tott 20%. YM »w« il U *M» kudflet t« drive !· Ceder 6nve md IM f er year* $*lf. Was 999.95 695. Ask about Tremendous Savings on APPLIANCES Decorator Servicts of Kenneth Brown ore Free FURNITURE COMPANY « I OPEN THURSDAY «». FRIDAY NIGHTS FREE DELIVERY Factory Service Bank Financing Ce4«rCrove,W.Va. 949.3103 595-111! 442-4532 Clearance SALE positively ENDS on July 29! X 1 .

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