Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 30, 1972 · Page 2
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Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 30, 1972
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2A--July 30, 1972 Sunday Gazette-Mail -O»-:,.;i.-,, WMt Virginia Dr. Benjamin Spock People's Nominee Ex-Partners Continuing Court Fight ~ A complicated legal struggle between Charleston lawyer Henry C. Bias Jr. and Hurricane businessman William A. Steele continued in Kanawha County courts last week as Steele suec a St. Albans bank and filed a lien against an Elkview trailer- office. So far. two lawsuits, an embezzlement arrest and a grant larceny arrest have been involved. THE MATTER began early in 1971 when Bias, Sleele and Dr. C. Frank Mynes became partners in a firm called Kultur Inc.. which leased truck drivers to various firms. Kultur lost $63,000 in 1971 and Bias indicated the firm was for sale. Steele says he paid Bias and Dr. Mynes $48.000 for the receivable accounts of Kultur and went into business on his own. Steele claims Bias was to incorporate his new business in the name of Diversified Personnel Inc. (DPI). Steele and his secretary, Linda Moles, opened an account in that name at Citizens National Bank of St. Albans. j DPI had its office in a trailer at j Elkview owned by Miss Mole'sj mother. However, a corporation called D i v e r s i f i e d Personnel Co. (DPC) was formed, and it filed suit in Common Pleas Court accusing Steele of misusing funds from the business. Also, Bias and Dr. Mynes swore out embezzlement warrants against Steele before Justice of the Peace H. H. Chinn. The embezzlement charges later were re-j placed with grand larceny war-! rants and the case was bound to the grand jury. The DPC firm siezcd (wo company cars held by Steele, took over the DPI trailer-office at Elkview, and took over the DPI bank account in St. Albans, which contained $45,000, according to court documents. Through defense a t t o r n e y John L. Ward, Steele filed a countersuit claiming he had been wrongfully sued and arrested. He claimed he was owner of DPI, and the DPC firm "maliciously, fraudently, and unlawfully" siezed the bank account, trailer-office and cars. Steeie asked $250,000 damages from DPC, on grounds that his DPI firm had been destroyed and his reputation ruined. Last week, Steele filed a lis pendens in the county clerk's office against the office equipment in the Elkview trailer, and also sued Citizens National Bank for turning over his DPI bank account to the DPC firm. Steele asks $195,000 damages from the bank. Halt Pickets, Phone Firm To Ask Court BLUEFIELD--iff'--Attorneys for General Telephone Co* of the Southeast are expected to seek an injunction in U.S. District Court in Charleston Mon-| day to halt picketing at their' offices here by members of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. The picketing is part of a several-state effort by the IBEW to force General Telephone to bargain w i t h the union for one: contract covering all its members in North Carolina, South Carolina. West Virginia and Tennessee. j The so-called "information- 1 a!" picki-1 lines sot up here by ! the IBK\V Thursday resulted; in some :wo members of the ' Communications Workers of America refusing to cross ! them. i Management personnel of the] u t i l i t y have been m a n n i n g key I jobs in place of operators, re- 1 pnirmen and inslallcr.s, who re-! main off the job. I Similar IBKW pickets also! have been SM up at General; Telephone offices in Charles-, town and Romnoy in the stateV eastern panhandle. j Meanwhile, members of thcj CWA have voted to go on strike; next Friday if agreement is not; reached on ttieir new contract with General Telephone. L 1 if People's Party Nominates Spock for Presidency By Andrew H. Malcolm knowledge that he had absolute-'us there." rf*miv «niw in u* =.i^»u. ,,*. «.__.,.,.. _,..,._... .._,...·/ By Andrew H. Malcolm knowledge that he had absolute-' us there." © N. Y. Times Service y no chance of winning in Nov- As its vice presidential candi- ST. LOUIS-The People's Par- -mber. ty. a shifting coalition of radical "But that's not our left groups around the country, Saturday chose Dr. Benjamin Spock, the noted pediatrician said the 69-year-old candidate. "We're out to build a grassroots movement. Our national cam- and antiwar activist, as its pres-jpaign is not to see how many idential candidate. One of his first acts as 'official candidate was to i votes we can get, but to call the. attention to our local move- 1 clear that ac-iments and inspire some to join 'after the date, the party selected Julius Hobsoo, a 50-year-old black educator and former member of the board of education in Washington, D.C. While there was some post- nomination talk of unity, it was party, formed election, was the 1968 deeply split in Its selection of; Speck's platform called for, Spock. A number of Southern delegates wanted to support Sen. George McGovern. The nomination Saturday and the wild cheering of the 100 delegates as the television eam- among other things, the immediate withdrawal of all American troops abroad, free medical care, closure of all tax loopholes, and allowance of- $6,500 for a family of four, legalization v.v.vfi.uiv.o no me ICICVUMUI: i-aui- lor a laimiy 01 lour, legalization era lights clicked on highlighted of abortion on demand and mar- the closing sessions of the par- Gateway Hotel here. ijuana and an end to all dis- ty's four-day convention in the crimination against women and homosexuals. In its endless debates and procedural wrangles the People's party convention seemed much like any other political parley. But there were some distinct differences. It was, {or one thing, most informal. Spock was the only participant to wear a necktie. The delegates, many of whom favored long beards and bare feet, were mostly young, very earnest and dressed in btae jeans. Speeches were impromptu and I informal. At one point the acting chairman announced, "All; right All those in favor of Dan-; ny's amendment to the agenda: say aye." Sunday Gazette-Mail Enler«d «, second class matttr al the fatt Office a! Charleston, W.Va., under tti« *ct of Mar :h S, 1877. Independent newspaper published each Sunday mornini by Iht Dt-ily Gazette Company »nd Clay Communications, Inc.- formerly the Charleston Mail Associa- tioi in Charleston, W. Va. 3533C. Sundav Gazette-Mail Is » mwrbw of The Associated Press. The Associated Press is entitled to th» use of all local news for reprortuclion. Telephones: CIXHlficd Advertising J4M8-18 Circulation Department SW-5151 All Other Otptrlnwnls 348-5140 FINAL SUMMER CLEARANCE AND SALES STARTS MONDAY 10 A.M. BIG, BIG SAVINGS WHILE QUANTITIES LAST SORRY, NO MAIL OR PHONE ORDERS READY TO WEAR ORIG. SALE 47 SLEEVELESS POLYESTER DRESSES 13 .oo 5.90 20 LONG SLEEVE BLOUSES 6.00 3.90 SPORT BAR--Street Floor 17 TENNIS DRESSES 20.00-24.00 9.99-11.99 38 SKIRTS 16.00-25.00 7.99-12.49 8 LONG SKIRTS 38.00-44.00 12.99-22.99 30 SHRINKS o on in on ? Qfl · - - · · . i ·* . *i ij tj *J U SPORTSWEAR--Second Floor ALL REMAINING SUMMER LONG DRESSES 30.00-60.00 l /i OFF DRESS CIRCLE--Second Floor 7 SHIFTS 13 .oo 5.00 2 SHORT SETS 13.00-15.00 6.90 25 JAMAICAS 7 .00 % PRICE STORK CLUB--Second Floor 1 SPRING COAT 60.00 29.00 1 SPRING JACKET 50 .00 13.00 1 SPRING TOPPER 50.00 16.00 I COAT SALON--Second Floor t 70 COTTON KNIf' : ' : ' W ' W ' : ' : PANT DRESSES Reg. 6.99 2.90 care cotton pant dresses for summer :|:$ wearing. Great for lounging around the house or traveling. Assorted colors. Sizes 8 to 16. SPORT BAR--Street Floor 8.00-12.00 5.90-8.90 54 SHIFTS PANT DRESSES . 13 LONG EVENING HOSTESS DRESSES 12.00-28.00 7.90-18.90 DAYTIME DRESSES-Street Floor INFANTS-TODDLERS ORIG. 20 BOYS' JUMPALLS 2 .90 INFANTS AND BOY'S--Third Floor SALE 1.25 GIRLS-TEENS 41 PRETEEN SCOOTERS--SKANTS-- SKIRTS 3.99-9.00 70 PR. PRETEEN SHORIS 4.00-6.50 6 PC. PRETEEN RAIN SLICKERS 24.00 18 PRETEEN SHORT SETS 9.00 12 PRETEEN SIZZLER DRESSES 12.00 THE CAGE--Third Floor 1.99-4.49 2.90-3.90 7.90 5.90 6.90 MEN-BOYS 30 LONG SLEEVE SPORT ORIG ' SALE SHIRTS 10.00 3.90 14 PR. KNIT SLACKS 22.50-25.00 9.90 9 SPORT COATS 60.00-85.00 39.90-49.90 88 pr. SLACKS 12.00-14.00 4.90 45 SHORT SLEEVE DRESS SHIRTS .. 6.00-7.50 2.90 MEN'S WEAR --Street Floor 200 KNIT SHIRTS 4.00-6.00 2.99-4.99 10 DOZ. FAMOUS MAKER 5HIR TS 6.50 3.99 TREND SHOP/BOYS' WEAR- - T h i r d Floor LADIES'ACCESSORIES ORIG. 37 SCARVES 1.50-4.00 32 HANDBAGS ASSORTED STYtES 9.00-26.00 21 PASTEL SUEDE BELTS 5.00-6.00 70 GOLD FINISH ADHESIVE INITIALS 50= SCARVES/HANDBAGS--Street Floor SALE .90-2.90 5.90-16.90 3.90 5' NOTIONS- NEEDLEWORK 34 CHINTZ JUMBO GARMENT ORIG. SALE 5.99 3.90 2? BEACH BAGS ............... 1.50-6.50 1.00-490 37 TERRY ROBES .............. 8.00-9.00 4.90-5.90 1 COPY MATE MACHINE ........... 29.95 15.90 NOTIONS STATIONERY-. Street Floor 16 BABY QUILT TOPS ............... 4. OR 2.98 27SK.SCANDIA ................... 1.19 jg ART NEEDLEWORK-- Third Floor 75 PR. POLYESTER PANTS Reg. 11.00-26.00 5.99-13.99 Easy care polyester pants that wash and dry in a wink. Assorted colors and sizes, so be here early. SPORTSWEAR--Second Floor SUMMER FORMALS Reg. 34.00-60.00 V2 PRICE Elegant summer formals for all your summer entertaining. Assorted styles and colors, so be here early. Broken sizes. STARDUST ROOM--Second Floor JUNIOR SPORTSWEAR Reg. 4.00-20.00 1.99-9.99 Tops, skirts, pants and shorts in a variety of styles, fabrics and colors. Stock up for summer fun. Broken sizes, so shop early. JUNIOR COLONY--Second Floor :S 310 PCS. | DRESSES PANTSUITS ?·: Reg. 13.00-34.00 | V2 PRICE ;X; Dress and casual dresses in long and s h o r t s t y l e s . :·;·: Assorted fabrics and colors. Also some panhuits in *;j the group to select from. Long dresses and pants in I;:-: missy sites and dresses in missy and half. BUDGET CORNER--Second Floor JUNIOR SUMMER DRESSES Reg. 16.00-32.00 5.90-8.9011.90-14.90 Cool, easy care summer dresses in a variety of fabrics. Assorted styles and colors, so shop early. Sizes 5 to 13. JUNIOR COLONY--Second Floor 12 SPRING COATS Reg. 40.00-44.00 36 SUMMER DRESSES Reg. 8.00-28.00 4. GO. 14.00 Select your favorites from a variety of colors, easy care fabrics and styles. But be here early for the best selection. Broken sizes. DAYTIME DRESSES--Street Floor 20 PRS. GIRLS SANDALS DRESS SHOES Reg. 3.99-15.00 1.00 Final clearance of sandals and dress shoes. Shop e a r l y . A s s o r t e d s t y l e s a n d c o l o r s . Broken sizes. 17 Pr. Fashion Boots. Reg. 12.00 .. 1,00 CHItDREN'S SHOES--Third Floor 18.00 Wool and nylon blend spring coats in two colors. Select either yellow or beige. Shop early for next spring. Sizes 10 to 16. COAT SALON-- Second Floor 28 INFANT AND TODDLER SWIM SUITS Reg. 2.00-4.50 .50 »o 1.00 Get them ready for the beach or pool with these swim suits in a variety of styles. Both boy and girl styles. Shop early, broken sizes. INFANTS/TODDLERS--Third Floor 300 PCS. GIRLS' i SUMMERSPORTSWEARJ Values to 13.00 ·: 1 1/0 /2 PRICE 50 SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS Reg. 5.00-7.50 1.50 Easy care sport shirts with cool comfortable short sleeve styling. Assorted styles and colors, so be here early. Broken sizes. MEN'S WEAR--Street Floor 17 DIFFERENT SHADES Reg. 40.00 WIGS 15.00 The Beauty Port Stretch Wig wns made for the gal on the go. We have 17 of the most gorgeous shades for you to select from but in some shades there is only one. So be here early for the bes! selection. WIGS/COSMETICS--Street Floor S e l e c t f r o m s h o r t s , t o p s , t e n n i s dresses, scooters and shortalls. All in a variety of colors, fabrics and styles. Shop early Sizes 4 to 14. GIRL'S WEAR--Third Floor 150 PR. BOY'S STRIPED JEANS Reg. 3.99 1.50 100% c o t t o n j e a n s w i t h f l a r e b o t t o m s . Select from 4 handsomely tailored colors. Shop early and save. Sizes 8 to 20. BOY'S WEAR--Third Floor 206 PCS. m ASSORTED JEWELRY 1 Reg. 2.00-4.00 '· 4/1.00 | Select f r o m pins, e a r r i n g s , dog c o l l a r s , W necklaces ond pierced earrings. Assorted :*·:· colors and gold and silver finishes Shop : : : S early. ^ gg JEWELRY-Street Floor M GROUP | BETTER SUMMER DRESSES | Reg. 24.00-40.00 £ 13.00-17.00 I Shop early and pick your favorites from $ our group of famous name styles. All in a # variety of colors and fabrics. Missy end « half sizes. :*: DRESS CIRCLE--Second Floor · I DOWNSTAIRS STORE FOR LADIES ORIG. 3 POLYESTER PANT SUITS 14.99-17.99 61 SUMMER DRESSES ...'. ·. 9.99-14.99 14 JR. SIZZLER DRESSES 11.99-13.99 31 COTTON DRESSES AND DUSTERS 3.99-5.00 42 2 PC. PLAYSUITS AND ' ' DRESSES 6.99-8.99 10 HALTER HOSTESS DRESSES 9.99 39SWIMSUITS 6.97-11.97 27 TANK TOPS--PANT TOPS 3.49-4.49 9 JR. BEAN BAG SHIFTS 6.99-7.99 120 PR. OVER THE KNEE HOSE 1.00 60 PCS. JEWELRY 2.00 80 PCS. JEWELRY ] 00 25 ORLON SHRINKS 4,99 35 SKINNY RIB TOPS 3^49 23 PR. TENNIS SHOES i' 29 66 PR. MESH HOSE .... . 69 . 54 AGILON PANTY HOSE 1.59 20 HALTER TOP BODY SUITS 3.99 FOR BOYS 77 PR. SHORTIE PAJAMAS 2.49 135 PR. WALK SHORTS ..; .'. 2.49-2.99 75 PR. SUMMER PAJAMAS ... IF PERFECT 2.49 FOR MEN ortg. 9 PR. FAMOUS BRAND SHOES .. 17.99-23 99 4 PR. MEN'S SANDALS 7.99 35 KNIT SHIRTS, SHORT SLEEVES 6.99 175 PR, SUMMER PAJAMAS 3 3 9 162 KNIT SHIRTS, SHORT SLEEVES .... IF PERFECT 3.99 64 PR. WALK SHORTS 3.99-4.99 12 SPORT COATS 2 4.00 35 PR. SUMMER PANTS 6 99 FOR THE HOME 5 CHAIR THROWS 11 BATH SETS 52 HAND TOWELS 4.99 5.99 69 ·|| 24 SCATTER RUGS 1.99 HOME FURNISHINGS SALE 8.90-10.90 5.90-11.90 2.90*10.90 2.90-3.90 3.90-5.90 5.90 3.90-8.90 2.40 4.90 30' 2/1.00 3/1.00 2.40 2.00 75' 40 C 1.00 2.40 1.25 1.25 75 C SALE 5.90-8.90 1.90 2.90 1.50 1.50 1.90-2.90 12.00 3.90 1.00 2.00 .25 .50 ': ORIG. : 28 PEPPER MILLS 7.99 41 WEST BEND OPEN STOCK PIECES 7.95-17.95 14 BARBECUE GRILLS 7.95-39.95 30 WESTCLOX DROWSE ALARM CLOCKS 6.98 3 WESTINGHOUSE DELUXE FANS 27.95 HOUSEWARES--Third Floor 2 BITTER BOTTLES i . 90 41 PCS. STEMWARE 3.50-7.50 32 TUMBLERS 29-59 73 PCS. FLATWARE SILVERPLATE , 2.00-5.25 S GALLERY TRAYS 14" 19.50 103 CHIN A FRUIT/SOUP BOWLS 1.10-2.00 HOSTESS SHOP--Mezzanine 5--60x70 CHAIR THROWS 8.00 25 PR. SATIN LINED DRAPERIES 13.00-53.00 70 NOVELTY CURTAINS 4.50-11.00 50 FOAM ALL PURPOSE PADS . Compare 12.00 22 QUILTED TWIN SPREADS ] 2.99 7 QUEEN QUILTED SPREADS 18.99 4 KING QUILTED SPREADS 18.99 17 FULL SIZE QUILTED SPREADS ] 2.99 DRAPERIES/BEDSPREADS--Fourth Floor 2 LOUNGE CHAIRS 79.95 2 LOUNGE CHAIRS 19800 1 LOUNGE CHAIR '....'.'.'. ] 59.00 1 LOUNGE CHAIR . . . 17600 2SOFAS '.'.'.'.'. 349'.00 1CREDENZA 17995 6--34x56 AREA RUGS 1 0 .98 2--26x45 AREA RUGS 5 . 98 8--21x36 AREA RUGS 3^93 FURNITURE/CARPETS--Fourth Floor SALE 5.00 PRICE PRICE 3.00 24.00 .50 1.50 .20 .25-J5 12.50 .25-.7S 2.00 40% OFF 2.70-4.70 4.99 9.99 15.99 15.99 9.99 44.00 S8.00 69.00 79.00 1S9.00 69.00 1 A OFF J /2 OFF % OFF

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