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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 29

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,; -Ma^» : _iv/« 'Sunday Gazette-Moil "~ Ctwlesfco, yy^j Yy-Qujis Quick Look at the News . ygMMM^^ /, From Wire Ditpatchef Graduation ST. LOUIS - Graduation ceremonies took place for 167 Lutheran seminarians at two sites several blocks apart. At Concordia Seminary, 58 of the-prospective ministers received their degrees Friday night, while several blocks away at Washington University 109 dissident students accepted their degrees from a so-called seminary in exile -- Seminex. | Strife between moderates and conservatives in thp Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod prompted many of the students and faculty members to leave the Concordia campus earlier this year. The dissidents formed the seminary in exile and completed the school year at other St. Louis area church schools. * * * Suit AUSTIN, Tex.-A three- judge federal court has dismissed a suit by Austin lawyer Pagan Dickson seeking to stop President Nixon from sending money to Israel under the Emergency Security Assistance Act of 1973. Dickson said he* would appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court. i Dickson alleged in his suit that aid to Israel is unconstitutional because the 1973 act violatesthe First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which says: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion. . . " * * * Hard-Core NEW YORK - Time magazine reported Saturday that a "hard-core" of 38 per cent of Americans wants President Nixon to stay in office. The magazine said in its issue that will appear next week that this compared with 60 per cent last August. The sizeable minority who want him to stay, Time said, "is solidfying into a loyalist bastion that is supporting him with growing determination." "Americans are becoming increasingly polarized," the magazine went on, "with 53 per cent wanting Nixon out of office and 38 per cent wanting him to stay." * * * Hospital BEIRUT, Lebanon-Saudi Arabia plans one of the world's most sophisticated hospitals, including heart'sur- gery theaters with computer and closed circuit television, Edward Diethrich, director of the Arizona Heart Institute, says. Diethrich has completed a study of heart-care facilities in Saudi Arabia at the invitation of King Faisal. He said the new hospital, to be named after the monarch, is scheduled to be opened within a year "with a technological standard rare even in the United States." . jf.' jf jt *-»· » *^ *^ Fire STOCKTON, Calif.-Drilling crews dug deeper Saturday in their efforts to push a pipe casing nearly a mile into the ground to stop a natural gas fire has blazed for eight days. O f f i c i a l s estimate the flames, which flared from unknown causes, may be consuming as much as 50 million cubic feet of gas per day. Abouut 9,500 gallons of water per minute are being sprayed on equipment surrounding the flaming rigging to keep it cool. * * * Ad WESTPORT, Conn.-Author Robin Moore wants Patricia Hearst telephone him in response to an advertisement he placed in a Portland, Ore., newspaper asking her to tell the story behind her alleged kidnaping and life with the Symionese Liberation Army. Moore said he had received five calls, all from cranks calling themselves Tania, the same name Miss Hearst took for herself as a member of the SLA. 1 I 1 I Hang On! Way up there is steeplejack Hubert Allen of Erwin, Tenn. Allen paints steeples and towers across the country and was atop this flagpole in Roanoke, Va., Saturday. (AP Wirephoto) ^ Ceremonies, Fun Highlight Holiday Visitor A lone visitor stands among rows of white grave markers at the National Cemetery in New York- City in observance of the Memorial Day weekend. (AP Wirephoto) The Associated Press West Virginians headed for picnic areas and swimming pools or just stayed home and relaxed during the Memorial Day weekend, the first three- day holiday of 1974. There were observances in some cities, including Grafton and Huntington, during the weekend which began Friday and continues through Monday. In Grafton, retired Col. 2 Tots Die In Similar Accidents CHICAGO ( A P ) - Two 19-month-old children have been killed in separate accidents during the holiday weekend under similar circumstances. In each case, police said, a man who wanted to move his car a short distance backed up and rolled over his child. Luis Ibarra, 29, of Chicago Heights told police he checked carefully before he began to drive the family auto from the rear to the front of the house on Saturday. He heard a shriek and found his daughter Adrlane crushed under a right rear wheel. She was pronounced dead at a hospital. At Sterling, in northwestern Illinois, Police Sgt. Larry Mulford said James Blair backed his car slightly out of the garage Friday night so he could put away an outdoor grill after a barbecue. His son, James Blair Jr., was crushed by a rear wheel. Construction WASHINGTON - All of the municipal waste treatment construction called for in the U.S. Canada Great Lakes agreement is expected to be underway or completed by Dec. 31,1975, Russell E. Train said Saturday. HUNTINGTON Locate your business here! ADJACENT TO 1-64 DUNBAR INTERCHANGE. 5MIN.TO ANYWHERE IN THE VALLEY 1-77 1-77 1-79 · Construction starting on warehouse-office spoxe now ·Call jfoday and your business can be designed into our construction plans ·Adequate parking · Long term lease ^Prime location! DUNBAR AVE COMMITTEE OF 100 KANAWHA BLVD. · CHARLESTON, W. VA. 344-3421 Frank Phelps Jones, director of national security and foreign affairs of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, was to give the memorial address today. Grafton has the only national cemetery in West Virginia and is traditionally the site of Memorial Day observances. Also taking part in the ceremony, including a parade, was Miss West Virginia, Kim Nuzum, 20, of Wheeling. Brig. Gen. Charles E. Yeager, the first man to fly faster than the speed of sound, is scheduled as the Memorial Day speaker Monday in Huntington. Elsewhere, swimming pools were open, offices and stores were closed and state police were monitoring highway traffic in an effort to reduce the holiday death toll. The Bluefield Rescue Squad began its long weekend vigil on East River Mountain along U.S. 52. Similar civil and service groups set up stops along West Virginia highways with coffee, soft drinks, and donuts for drowsy motorists. Speed limits throughout the nation remain at 55 miles per hour. In West Virginia in 1972 there were six Memorial Day traffic fatalities and last year 11 persons died during the 78-hour period. Bernard H. Clark, acting director of the Governor's Highway Safety Administration, urged drivers to maintain a reasonable speed while on the highway. "As Memorial Day drivers take advantage of warm May weather and more plentiful supplies of fuel, they should not take advantage of the other driver," Clark said. New Poor Plan Is Abandoned By Paul Delaney (c) New York Times Service WASHINGTON - The Nixon administration has abandoned its commitment to income maintenance aid for the poor as a substitute for the present welfare system. Officials at the Deaprtment of'Health, Education and Welfare are working on alternative plans, including retaining the present system that President Nixon and others in his administration have routinely referred to as "that welfare mess" and vowed to scrap. * * * CASPAR W. Weinberger, secretary of health, education and welfare, said in an interview Friday that the administration had never been wedded to the i n c o m e maintenance plan, which would provide cash instead of goods and services, such as food and clothing, to the poor. Nevertheless, this marked the first time there was any hint that the administration was considering a plan other than a direct cash payment program. Also, it was the first indication that officials were thinking of keeping the present system. Weinberger said that HEW planners were looking into "three, perhaps four different kinds of program" .to replace the welfare system. The secretary denied that the end of total commitment to income maintenance had anything to do with the President's difficulties in the Watergate scandals or impeachment p r o c e e d i n g s . Some political sources suggested, however, that the administration would not submit such a proposal for fear of alienating conservatives in Congress whom he might need in case there are votes on impeachment. Weinberger said the only political consideration was that whatever plan proposed by the administration had enough support to get through Congress. Weinberger said that officials were considering as alternative plans a revenue- sharing plan that would send federal f u n d s back to the states to use as they wished and a negative income tax plan that would provide tax- free money to the poor up to Degree AUSTIN, Tex. - Singer Vikki Carr and the Rt. Rev. Harold Perry, auxiliary bishop of the Archidiocese of New Orleans, were awarded honorary degrees Saturday by St. Edward's University. a certain amount. Nixon promised, in his State of the Union Message in January, to propose an income maintenance program. Officials said shortly thereafter that a plan would be ready by March or sometime in the spring. At the time, though, the administration was warned by some conservative Republicans, including Rep. Edward J. Derwinski, of Illinois, that the President was playing up to liberals with such a proposal while he should be catering to conservatives, many of whom oppose giving cash money to the poor. Weinberger explained the three options as follows: "One would provide the poor with tax-free money and when they get above a certain income, through work, they would pay taxes on it. Of course, this would depend on elimination, or cashing out, of other programs, like food stamps, and clothing allowances. The people ought to be able to f u l f i l l some kind of work requirements, and as they make more money it ought to be an incentive for them to get off welfare. The great bulk of people on public assistance want to get off, we have found. "Another option is to leave the system the way it is and try to make it better, and we've already done that. The question is whether that's all we should do. Therefore, we would concentrate our efforts on better management and continue to improve it. This option would be dictated by the fact that it isn't impossible to get support for anything else. "And then there is revenue sharing. We simply give the money to the states and let them do what they want, including keeping the present system. But a basic contingency for getting the money has to be that the states institute cash payments. We don't want to devise another system of separate categorical programs." [ANNOUNCEMENTS] 2--In Memoriam CAPPS, CECIL SR. In loving memory of our father and grandfather Cecil Capps, Sr . who passed away one year ago May 26, 1973, Dear father you are gone but not forgotten And, as dawns another year In our lonely hours of thinking Thoughts of you arc always near Nothing can ever take away the love a heart can hold so dear fond memories linger ever day Remembrance keeps you near. Friends may think the wound is healed, but they little know the sorrow that lies within our heart concealed. Sadly missed by: Children A Grandchildren Children-Cecil Jr., Larry, Sbit'ley.Bevcrly, and Dclorcs MCCLANAHAN, J«rry Keith In Memory ot Jerry Keith Medina nan who died in car accident, October 22nd, 1771 Just a token of love'i devotion That our hearts still long for you. Sadly missed by Mother, Daughters and Son 2--In Mernormn 3--Lost and Found FOUND - Black and fan German Shepherd. Marmet area Call 949-5689, or 949-2679. LOST -- Red key case. Kroger's, South Charleston, Friday_Ma_y J7.jgall 7442987. LOST: Beagle, tri-color, in lower BeiTe area. Reward. 949-5840. LOST: Boys 18" green Schv/inn bicycle at Lakewootf School. Reward for return or : nlormation. 727-6374. LOST: Brown Pekingese, near roadside park near Stonewall Jackson Inn Sunday Call collect 1-697-5122 or 1-529-3004 Huntington. LOST: Class ring. Cut band, Kanawha City at K-Mart. Initial D.R.B. 1-595-5122 346-5073. LOST: Gold rim glasses. Vicinit/of Lincoln Junior High, V a l l e y Bell. R e w a r d 768-4503. LOST: Portable black and white TV, tape recorder, binoculars. Kanawha City vicinity. 949-1706 or 925-0850. LOST: Prescription sunglasses in Puerto Rico case. Vicinity of Courthouse or Statehouse, Reward. 727-3661. DRIVERS Hiring 10 experienced drivers for combination local and short over the road hauls. Drivers must be 21 and pass I.C.C. physical. Excellent benefits. Hospitalization. Paid vacation Paid holidays Paid retirement Apply Tuesday 28th, 6 P.M.!!! Birch Moving, Corner Florida and Main Street, Charleston, West Side. LOST: Super 8 movie projector between National Guard Armory in St. Albans and SAHS. 727-3209 after 4:00 weekdays LOST: Wire framed glasses in black case VICINITY, AREA OF Heart of Town Motel. Reward Logan. 752-8660 evenings. 4-Special Notice* ABSENT SPOUSE? Find what is happening. Call 343-0700, the "PROFESSIONAL INVESTIGATORS" C. L. CROSON DETECTIVE AGENCY POLYGRAPH SERVICE LICENSED-BONDED 343-1564 Care for elderly lady in my home Call 727-2810. Confidential Private Investigator FREE Consultations. 343-0700 DEBTS - On and after this date. May 24, 1974, I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself, Deborah K. White, Walton, West Virginia, 25286 DRINKING A PROBLEM? A.A. WORKS! Alcoholics Anonymous Information P.O.: Box 6001, St. Albans, 25177 CALL 3.43-3750 ANYTIME HARRELL MEMORIAL NURSING HOME 1514 VIRGINIA ST. EAST PHONE 343-7145 INSURANCE Low Rates All Types Of Insurance Cancelled Auto Insurance Revoked Driver Licenses Reinstated SR22 Filings - Mobile Homes HAGGERTY INSURANCE SERVICE Phone 744-2526. Day or Night PATRICIA GAILE Cosmetics - Dottie Palmer, consultant 342-0063. THERE'S A YELLOW SUBMARINE IN BERT WOLFE FORDS' SHOWROOM PATRICK PLAZA 5--Personal ABORTION INFORMATION I f you a re troubled by a pregnancy problem and would like abortion information, then call us! We can and will help you. Concern Family Planning "A Community Service Clinic" 24 Hours a Day -- Call 7 Days A Week "Pregnancy Tests While You Wait" 304-346-5363 ABORTIONS, 3IRTH CONTROL INFO 8, REFERRAL Up to 24 weeks. General anesthesia. Vasectomy, tubal ligation also available. Call PCS, 202-298-7995. ABORTIONS ABORTIONS INFORMATION PROFESSIONAL ADVISE PREGNANCY TEST CONFIDENTIAL LEGAL SAFE VOLUNTARY REFERRAL SERVICE 344-9117 -- 24 hour service. NEED a band for your June wedding? Call Carousel 344-3305. PREGNANT? And don't want an abortion Call 343-4546, Catholic Charities, office hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00-4:00. ~-Misccfl*M«its Help Wtd. AUTO MECHANIC - Paid training, noex- peri«nce needed Good ialery and many benefits Call Army Opportunities I52« Kanawna Blvd. West, Phone: 346-9*23 or Federal Building Room 1002, 500 Qoarrier Street. Phone: 343-8161. CASHIERS and concession stdnd attendant for The Trail Drive-ln, Apply Kearse Theater, between 1-4 P.M No phone calls please. CASHIERS and concession help. Apply. Kearse Theater between 1 -- 4 p. m. No _._Phoneca|ls please. CONTROLLER or head accountant for contracting company Need capable and experienced man. Salary open. Box M-1652 c/o Charleston Newspapers. COUNTER Help and a seamstress. Mound Cleaners. Apply in person. DRIVERS - Minimum age 24, local deliveries. Warehouseman, minimum age 21. Freezer and cooler work. Apply in person 3990 Dunbar Ave., Dunbar. EXPERIENCED Cook for small nursing home. Must have health card. Apply 1113 Quarrier St. 10 a. m.-3 p. m. FASHION WAGON of Minnesota Woolen has part time opening to show beautiful fashions. No experience necessary, must be over 21. If you can work 3 evenings a week, have transportation, and would like a high income and free $400 wardrobe, call 744-6770. FULL TIME caretaker and maintenance man. Property repair and upkeep skills needed. Married or single, ages 40-65, in good health. Regular salary and guaranteed work. Living quarters furnished. Reply to Box C-1654 c/o Charleston Newspapers. HAVE A NICE WEEKEND Take care and we'll see you Tuesday. 343-4821 Action Personnel HEAD VARSITY FOOTBALL COACH: For private Prep School in suburbs of Washington, D.C. Interested applicants send resume of background and experience to: Mr. John H. Dillon, Headmaster, The Bullis School, 10601 Falls Road, Potomac, MD. 20854. HELPER to work in body shop. $2.00 per hour. Apply in person, Custom Body Shop. 1243 Oakhurst Dr. HOLMES EMPLOYMENT Room 307 Medical Arts Bldg. 1023 Quarrier St. 343-4183 -- Eve. 346-3965 IF YOU ARE employed now, and would like to work evenings from 6 p.m. -- 9 p.m. at least 4 nights a week, call 768-3072 from 9 A.M. to 1 P.M. L A D I E S , G I R L S , L A DIES For telephone survey. No experience neces- · sary. Excellent pay. Apply Tuesday 28th, Wednesday 29th, between 9 a. m. to 12 noon and 1 p. m. - 8 p. m. at Smiley's Motel, 6210 MacCorkle Ave. SW. Room 107. Ask for Mr. or Mrs. White. No phone calls please. Also women with car or special delivery work. Must know city. LAUNDRY PRESSER. Apply in person, Gardner's Cleaners, 404 Lee St. East. Leading Corporation has a vacancy for Draftsman. Send resume and salary requirement to: · J. R. Ferguson FMC Corporation Industrial Chemical Division P. O. Box 8127 South Charleston, W. Va. 25303 AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER LIGHT DELIVERY You must have car and know city and surrounding area. Full or part time work. Good pay. Apply Tuesday 28th, Wednesday 29th between 9 a. m.-12 noon and 1 p m. - 8 p. m. at Smiley's Motel, 6210 MacCorkle Ave. SW Room 107, Ask for Mr. or Mrs. White. No phone calls please. LOCAL COMPANY HAS OPENING FOR TWO PEOPLE TO LEARN ENGRAVING PAID WHILE YOU LEARN. $2 HOUR. WRITE BOX M-1662 C/O CHARLESTON NEWSPAPERS. 7--Ctnuttry Lots/ Monumtnts FOUR Cemetery lots in Last Supper section, Tyler Mountain Memory Gardens. 5225. each or all for S850, 768-7359. TWO grave lots received in trade. Sunset Memorial Park. Sacrifice $400. Phone 343-1838 after 5 p.m. EMPLOYMENT "BLIND BOX" SERVICE An additional charge is made on all ads using a Gazette-Mail "Blind Box" si. Pickup; S2. Mail Service. 8-MIsielloneaui Help Wtd. AL'S BARBER Shop needs Master Barber -- Sissonvillc Drive. Full or part time work. 984-9928. 8--Miscellaneous Help Wtd. SHIPPING AND RECEIVING Immediate opening, warehouse experience helpful. Cal Lloyd D. Jamelt. 75541 f 1. JEFMRDS ft MOORE MC. ST. ALBANS, W. VA. M EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER 9--Administrative 9--Administrative MANAGEMENT TRAINEES COME GROW WITH BURGER CHEF Due to our expansion we are seeking qualified people to enter our MANAGEMENT TRAINING PROGRAM. We want to interview high school or college trained people (preferably married) who are mature enough to realize that a successful career will come only through hard work and dedication. We are looking for potentialMANAGEMENT people who want to succeed and who are willing to share our high standard in MANAGEMENT, food quality and customer satisfaction. We are willing to teach you a high demanded profession and skill--RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT--Providing you are willing to apply yourself and learn. This is a ground floor opportunity to join a fast growing company. For appointment, caH any day 9-11 a.m. and 2-7 p.m. James Cowie-- 768-617.1 WANT AD INFORMATION THIS ., -- RATES-Effective Jan. 28, 1974 INDIVIDUALS Minimum--2 Lines--$1.92 Consecutive Line Days Run Rate 1 or 2 days 60' 3 Days 54' 4 Days 425 Days 36' 6 Days 32' 7 Days '. 30' (Exceptions: All Business, Employment, Instruction, Rentals, Financial, All Services--See Commercial Rates) Count 5 Words Per Line To figure cost of your ad, count words, divide by 5, multiply by number of days to run, multiply by rate. COMMERCIAL RATES IN WEST VIRGINIA For All Business, Employment, Instructions, Rentals, Financial and Services 1 time 66 line 4 times 60 line 7 times 54 line Above Rates For Consecutive Issues Please Read Your Ad Advertisers should read their advertisements the FIRST DAY THEY APPEAR AND REPORT ERRORS in time for the next insertion. The Charleston Gazette and Daily Mail are responsible for only the first incorrect insertion and no allowance will be mode tor more than incorrect insertion. CASH WITH ORDER For oil ads originating outside Charles- tons local telephone service area. Please use the following rate guide to compute the cost of your ad. DEADLINE FOR LEGALS. 4:00 P. M. Two days prior to publication for both Gazette Doily Mail. 4:00 P. M. Friday for Monday Gazette Daily Moil. Over 4 cols, by prior agreement. CLASSIFICATIONS ANNOUNCEMENTS--1 thru 7 EMPLOYMENT-- 8 thru 16 INSTRUCTIONS 17, 18 MERCHANDISE--19 thru 35 BUSINESS SERVICE-36 LIVESTOCK--37 thru 40 MOBILE HOMES--41,42 TRAILERS--42-A.42-B REAL EST. SALES--43 thru 52 REAL. EST. RENTALS--55 thru 65 ROOMS FOR RENT 67 THRU 70 FINANCIAL--72 thru 78 AUTOMOTIVE--79 thru 89 DEADLINE FOR WANT ADS MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 8 a.m. to 4 P.M. SATURDAY FOR SUNDAY And MONDAY 9 A.M. TO 1 P.M. CLOSED SUNDAY DEADLINE FOR CANCELLATIONS 4:00 P.M. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY I P.M, SATURDAY CLOSED SUNDAY Important after an ad is ordered, it cnnnol be cancelled or changed prior to the first insertion. The Charleston Gazette and Daily Mail will accept your ad over the phcne but subject to poyment within 7 days after cancellation. Business Service advertisements accepted on a charge basis only where the advertiser has n phone listed in his name. RENTALS REAL ESTATE Housing purchases, rentals, and leasing violations because of race, creed, color, sex, or age, should be reported to the Charleston Human Rights Commission, phone 348-6880

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