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Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 2, 1974
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11B --June 2. 1974 . Sunday Gazette-Mail -Charleston, West Virginia Man's Car, Wife's Crash; Rider Dies CAMDEN. S. C.-UPi- A woman driving her family's car collided headon with a van driven by her husband, killing one prson and injuring three others. The South Carolina Highway Patrol said Marvin Tennant of Camden was driving Lilly Catoe, 72, also of Camden, home from church Friday night. At the same time, Tennant's wife Elizabeth, was headed toward the church to pick the woman up. The patrol'said Mrs. Tenn a n t lost control of her car and hit the van driven by her husband. Mrs. Catoe wws killed. Mrs. Tennant and her two children in the car with her were injured, but not seriously. 9 Hurt In Wreck Nine persons were injured - one of them seriously -- in a headon collision Saturday on W. Va. 4 about three miles north of Clendenin, Kanawha County sheriff's deputies said. Listed in serious condition at Charleston Area Medical Center's General Division was Mrs. Lynn Samples, 21, of Bomont. Clay County. Deputies said Mrs. Samples was the driver of a southbound car that collided with a vehicle operated by Mayford F. Cantrell, 47, also of Bomoht at about 3:30 p.m. Mrs. Samples apparently drove her car off the highway and into a drainage ditch, lost control, then swerved into the northbound lane, striking Cantrell's car headon. Passengers in Mrs. Samples' car were her 11-month- old daughter, Lynn Christina, sister, Linda Hughart, 20, BABIES FOR SALE This is me and my Mom in happier Times It used to be this way--just the two of us. Until six weeks ago when she suddenly didn't need me anymore. She had 13 new puppies to love. To tell the truth, I'm tired of them--and just a little jealous. I'll do anything to get these pups out of my hair. Matilda might like to keep 'em, but ole' Heloise Gurly Brown says sell. Buy these babies, please. AKC Registered St. Bernards 529-3843 Huntington of 1586 Lee St., Charleston, and her niece, Yvonne Hughart, also of Charleston. Riding in Cantrell's vehicle were his w i f e , K a t y , 39, daughter, Debra, 14, and sons Steve, 17, and Kevin, 9. All but Mrs. Samples were listed in satisfactory condition late Saturday. Most of the nine were taken to the Charleston hospital by a m b u l a n c e s f r o m R i c k ' s Ambulance Service at Clendenin and Kanawha Valley Ambulance. Two of the injured were taken to the hospital in a Sheriff's Department cruiser. Deputies of the Clendenin sheriff's detachment praised residents near the scene of the accident for their assistance in applying first aid and calming the accident victims. Contractors, 21 Unions Reach Accord H U N T I N G T O N , W . V a . (AP) -- Tentative agreement on a new two-year contract was reached between representatives of about 25 contractors and more than 21 Tri- State labor unions early Saturday morning. Clyde S. Gallian. president of the Tri-State Building Contractors Assn., said the pact is the first multi-crafts agreement with the Tri-State Building Trades Council. Old contracts expired at midnight Friday. He said the multicraft bargaining approach, which at times involved 60 persons at negotiating sessions, was taken here this year for the first time after the success with the approach last year in Charleston. Sale Testing Mideast Special tt illiam A. Sullivan, assistant FKl director in charge of the Los Angeles office, says that the Fill will make no unusual attempt to take I'atricia Hearst alive if she or her comrades in the Symbionese Liberation Army fire on law enforcement officers. "/ do not consider Miss Hearst a special cose," Sullivan said. Meanwhile, the FR1 was investigating a claim by the SLA that it tens responsible for shooting flown a police helicopter on May 29. (AP if'irephoto) Nixon Visits Camp David W A S H I N G T O N ( A P ) President Nixon, accompanied by his wife and friend. C.G. "Bebe" Rebozo. flew by helicopter Saturday to the President's Camp David retreat. A s p o k e s m a n s a i d t h e y would remain at the mountaintop compound until this evening. Rebozo flew to Washington earlier Saturday from his Key Biscayne. Fla.. home, the spokesman said. Group Plans Cabell Dinner HUNTINGTON - The Tri- State section of the American Society for Nondestructive Testing Inc.. will hold a dinner meeting at the Bonanza Restaurant on U.S. 60 East here at 6:30 p.m. Thursday. Bob Holliday of R.L. Holliday Co. will speak on "Ultrasonic I n s t r u m e n t s Made Simple." Cost is $4 per person, and reservations must be made by 4 p.m. Tuesday with G l e n n Snyder in Charleston ( p h o n e 747-3293) or Janet Johnson in Huntington (phone 696-6260). Eight Soviet Jews Protest MOSCOW ( A P ) - E i g h t Soviet Jews seeking to emigrate to Israel demonstrated briefly outside a busy hotel Saturday, but police strongarmed them into a nearby office as dozens of foreign tourists and Russian passersby looked on. The demonstrators held banners over their heads, reading. "Let My People Go," "Rights of Man for Jews," "We Want to Go to Israel." and "Israel, Our Country." They popped out one by one from the crowd in front of the I n t o u r i s t H o t e l o n G o r k y Street, then jumped up on the elevated forecourt above the sidewalk and took the banners from under their jackets. They stood there silently for awhile, then police moved in. It was the first such demonstration to attract any significant amount of public attention here. In the past, protests mostly have been aimed at government offices, and in almost every earlier case hordes of plainclothes police were on the scene in advance. Trip Team At Work WASHINGTON ( A P ) - A White House advance team is rushing security and logistics arrangements for President Nixon's imminent tour of the Middle East. Indications were that the team of experts in fields ranging from communications to protocol would depart this weekend for Egypt, Israel and other Middle East countries Nixon will visit. Veterans of N i x o n ' s 1972 trips to China and the Soviet Union are part of the group, including leave from his job in private industry to aid in advance arrangements. Because Nixon's t r a v e l plans have not been officially a n n o u n c e d , W h i t e H o u s e spokesmen refuse to discuss the advance team's work. According to administration officials, however. Nixon has tentatively set the week beginning June 9 for his journey. Glorious Church To Hear Singer Harold Boggs, a Nashville, Tenn., recording figure, will perform 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Glorious Church. 412 Wertz Avenue. He will be accompanied by his group, the Boggs Special. Chapmanville Gets Woman Mayor CHAPMANVILLE. W.Va. (AP) -- Town Council has appointed Mrs. Micha Curry, elected as town recorder in 1973. as mayor to succeed Fletcher Barker, who resigned when he moved outside town limits. Mrs. Curry will serve until town elections May 1975. Cycle Crash injuries Kill Favette Man F A Y E T T E V I L L E - A 33-year-oid Fayette County man died Saturday of head injuries received in a motocycle accident near here Friday night, state police said. Hospital officials said Larry Gene Scarbrough of Rt. 2, Fayetteville, died about noon ·Saturday at Charleston Area M e d i c a l C e n t e r ' s General Division. He was transferred from Oak Hill Hospital to the Charleston hospital late Friday night. Troopers said Scarbrough wrecked his motorcycle on Old Hawks Nest Road, located off U. S. 21 about five miles north of Fayetteville. The accident occurred about 9 p. rn. Friday. Scarbrough was a carpenter and an Army veteran. Surviving: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley E. Scarbrough of F a y e t t e v i l l e ; b r o t h e r s , Charles of New Jersey. Kenneth of Falls Church. Va.. Sherman "Max", Michael. Gary and Richard, all of Fayetteville. Johnny of Oak Hill; sisters. Mrs. June Sutton. Mrs. Marilyn Richards and Mrs. Karen Price, all of Fayetteville. The body is at Todd-Payne Funeral Home. Fayetteville. WVU Gets $20,000 MORGANTOWN - West Virginia U n i v e r s i t y has received a $20.000 grant f r o m the West Virginia Department of Welfare to establish a program of educational trainee- ships, a grant of $17,000 from the National Science Foundation for the analysis of higher- phase-order electrical transmission systems and $15.323 from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases for protein research. Transit Fare Hike Triggers German Strife F R A N K F U R T . Germany ( A P ) -- Young leftists, angered by a big boost in Frankf u r t ' s p u b l i c transit fares, have turned this city's rush h o u r s i n t o a c o m m u t e r ' s nightmare and caused over $200,000 in damage. Authorities raised the fare from 27 cents to 35 cents last week to help finance the new areawide public transport system which links streetcars, buses and commuter trains in a 30-mile radius. The new f a r e s are a m o n g Europe's h i g h e s t . A ride on the Paris Metro costs 26 cents while a three-mile ride on the London underground costs 24 cents. Young demonstrators took to F r a n k f u r t ' s streets last week, demanding free rides and saying they represented t h e w o r k i n g m a n a g a i n s t "exploitive" city administrators. 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