Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 30, 1972 · Page 4
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 4

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 30, 1972
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4A--July 30, 1972 * Sunday Gtuette-Moil CMrlHten. Wai Vlr»liUl-- 0*f* From NATIONAL WEATHER SEKVICf. NCAA, U.S. Deal, ol Commtrct Figures Shew High T*mp*rotur*s Expected For Ooylim* Sundoy lielef*d Prtcipitolion Not Indicated-- Co The Weather Sunrise Sunset Sunday, July 30, 197} FORECASTS 170s. Probability of precipitation 40 per «:26|cent and 30 percent at night. 8:39 i Zone 7: Mostly cloudy and cool - chance of occasional rain, bows at in the low 60s. Highs near 70. Warm weather is expected in the area today with showers due in the southern part of the state. A cold front is heading down from C a n a d a while mild weather is sweeping in from the Gulf of Mexico. (AP Wirephoto) WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA: Mostly Sim- ny *nd warm with a chance of showers in southeast sections. Highs in the upper 70s to tow 80s. Partly cloudy at nlsh with lows near 60s. OHIO: Mostly $unny with hishs In tti upper 70s to lower 80s. Fair at nigh with lows In the mid 50s to the lower Ms , KENTUCKY: Decreasing cloudiness east wtn an( j c i far ( 0 partly cloudy at night. Lows percent WEST VIRGINIA: Mostly cloudy and Zones 1-2-9: with lows at night near 60. Highs the mid 70s to rear 80. Probability of precipitation 20 percent and 10 percent at night. Zones 3-4 (Charleston)-5: Mostly cloudy and mild with a chance of occasional rain at night. Lows a) night in the low to mid 60s. Highs in the low to mid 70s and near 80. Probability of precipitation 50 percent and 30 percent at night. Zones 6^: Mostly cloudy and mild with chance of occasional rain at night. . , . Lows at night near 60. High in the low tion and mid to upper 70s elsewhere. mild with a chance of occasional rain west, central, and southern portions a night. Lows at night In the low to mid 60s. Highs in the low to mid 70. with showers six in the southwest elsewhere, heavy VIRGINIA: Cloudy thunderstorms likely portion, rain likely at night. Lows in th« mid to upper 60s at night. Highs around 80 southwest por- in the 60s east. Highs in the mid to higher 60s west. SATURDAY'S HUMIDITIES 5 a.m. . . 100 11 a.m. . . 9 3 S p.m. .. 97 SATURDAY'S WIND Highest 7 mph. from NE at 3 p.m. Saturday's high Saturday's low Temperatures Record high for this date was 99 in 1929. Record low tor this date was SO in 1925. Precipitation 24-hour precipitation as of 7 p.m 29, Total for the month of July 1.891 SWITCH Eagleton's Medical Records Moved at Tune of Nomination No effort is made to keep such charts "off-limits," officials said, because to do so would challenge the very basis rf teaching and research hospi- als--to leap as much as possi- )le about disease and to develop more effective therapies as well as to teach future practi- tioners. Eagleton's pleas to respect the confidentiality of his records comes at a time when there is growing concern among many hospital officials, doctors and patients about the consequences of breachs of confidentiality of the patient-doctor relationship upon which all hospital records are based. A number of factors --such as company policies toward ill employes, computers, and the rising costs of medical care--have put added pressures on confidentiality and the traditional way that records are handled. New Books at Library Among the titles received last. Reference--Arellanes, B o o k - t i o n ; Leaf, Who Cares, I Do; Two Jail Escapees Captured Two escapees, from the Kanawha County Jail neither of From Page 1 Woman Monroe and the sister were missing. Burdette said the only reason jhe knew that Monroe was stay ing with the sisters is because Iraq-U. S. Relations Still 4 CooF BEIRUT, Lebanon--W--Th status of relations between Irar. and the United States, severet since the 1967 Middle East war las not changed, the Iraqi For eign Ministry said Saturday. Baghdad radio quoted an Iraq Foreign Ministry spokesman as saying the five-year break ir diplomatic whom was armed, were captured by authorities Saturday evening at Amandaville. They were Michael Wayne Grubbs, 21, of Wyoming Street and Anthony Ward Carte, 23, ofl n °Peful about finding the sister Nitro. They escaped from jaillof Miss Burdette alive. Thursday night or Friday morn- j ing by prying loose some ply-: | after he got out of prison. Cpl. Epling said police are nol Blanche Burdette's body is at wood which sealed off a constra-i the Combs Funeral Home, in tuction area in the jail kitchen. Gauley Bridge. Kanawha County Sheriff E.| ---- -- - M. Johnson said Charleston pc-icul one of his feet, which were and gave up, the sheriff said. Carte continued to run and jescaped for a while. But a close Isearch of the area turned him ment both received information that the two young men were hiding at Amandaville. A search was organized. At about 4 p.m., Grubbs and Carte were spotted as they walked across a yard hi the community. When challenged, th* two begirti to run, Johnson related. Grubbs stepped on something, up at about 5:30 p.m. Grubbs has been sentenced to 1 to-10 years in prison on a forgery charge. He was awaiting transporation to prison wfaen he escaped. Carte faces a one- to-15 term for burglary. and economic ties between the two countries is still effective. The spokesman was comment ing on speculation or improve ment in relations following re ports that Washington is sending diplomatic personnel to Baghdad for the first time since June, 1967. "What happened is no more than the American American assignment diplomats of at two the interests section of the Belgian embassy in Baghdad and the assignment of Iraqi diplomats at the Iraqi interests section of the Indian Embassy in Washington," the radio said. A U.S. State Department spokesman said Thursday the assignment of diplomats did nol mean a resumption of forma' relations, but Iraq's willingness ,o accept them was viewed as another sign of a gradual im roVemenl of U.S. relations with he Arab world. North Yemen and Sudan re iumed diplomatic relations wit] week at the Kanawha County ublic Library: Fiction-- Atkinson, The Re- koning; Bloch, Night-world annuzzi, Sicilian Defense; Jen- tins, The Hollow Sea; Moun- zoures, The Bridge; Ogilvie /eep and. Know Why; Thorpe, lizabeth, Queen and Woman; Wambaugh, The Blue Knight. Nonfiction--Alley, So Help Me God: Religion and the Presidency; Bramsted, Germany; Brandon, Traditional Asian Plays; Businessman's Travel Guide to Appalachia; Campbell, White Attitudes Towards Black Peo- traordinary Guide; Co'ob, How to Paint Anything; Crockett Evergreens; Curry-LindabX Conservation for Survival; Dedek, Human Life: Some Moral Issues; Dubkin, My Secret Places; Eisenson, Aphasia in Children; Everhart, The Nation- plates; Bartholomew, Significant Decisions of the Supreme Court, 1970-71 Term; Bartholomew, Summaries of Leading Cases on the Constitution; Businessman's Travel Guide to Appalachia; Centre for Information on Language Teaching, A Language-Teaching Bibliography; Cole, Emergency Surgical and Medical; mings, A Dictionary of Contemporary A m e r i c a n Artists; Drake, Dictionary of American Biography; Emanuel, Israel: A S u r v e y and Bibliography; rant, Ancient History Atlas; Guernsey, Directory of the American Theater, 1894-1971, Care Cuin- Luzzati, Punch and the Magic Fish; Marx, The Protected Ocean; Moore, Seeing Stars; Muhlahuser, Sew It Yourself; Simon, Dragonflies; Stepp, The Story of Radioactivity; Walton, Canada and the USA; Ashe, King Arthur in Fact and Legend. Woman Free On Bond In Shooting The 25-year-old estranged wife of Paul Lee Waugh of Mammoth, is presently free on $1,000 x)nd following the wounding Saturday of her husband, state police at Chelyan said. Trooper C. R. Martin said Donna Gay Waugh is reported :o have gone to her husband's Vfommoth residence and asked lim to come out to her car. She is accused of having shot him in the abdomen when he did so. She was brought before Squire E. Enicks Saturday by Cpl R. L. Gates and Martin. Waugh is listed in fair condition at Charleston Memorial lospital's intensive care unit. Use Want Ads. 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