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20, 1975 - $テつォiM(テつォYGテつォ**lte.JfテつォiJ Cwwifce. fttg Y*9wiテつサ A ? i i SEAT no* テつォ Oec Ko テつォetf 727- 1テつサS iQKto OdC* W VCテつォOO - * a To 3M-J30C MEMORIAL NURSING nQAAE-KU VIRGINIA ST. EAST ___ PHONE 3O-7U5 *CAPITOL ; HAVE A DRINKING PROSLEM? i NEED HELP? j Call Alcoholics Anonymous I 3C-4315 X tor more M *'''* P テつー- 3テつー* 312i - Ch " KELP ! Several garden clubs need a photo of tne Louden Heights $ione Bridge be- tore it was repaired Any information please call H2-S414 or 348-4809. HORSES STABLED year round. Mile* of riding traits. 45 minutes from Charleston. 1-4S8 1918. Low Rates All Types Of Insurance Cancelled Auto Insurance e'oXed Driver Licenses Reinstated SR22 Filings - Mobile Homei HAGGERTY INSURANCE SERV _ Phone 744-2S26. Day or Night MAKE~new"friends. Write Pen Pals C W V 8ox4l5. K..C. Mo. M141. MEN'S HAIR STYLING - J6.50. New Mai Barber -- Styling Shop, no appointments, B4 DuPont Ave., Belle. PATRlciA GA"rLE~COSMETiCS~~" Mary Wolfe 925-1394 IN THE Gazette-Mail 3484848 PERSONAL Care home for elderly ladies. Hurricane 562-5725. Saves - $12,900 テつサ onvs, car and expenses Fee Pd., Local Te*ri tor/. On*mcal Sales - SHOW plus bonus. car arid e*pens*s. Fee Pd, Eng- needing - Cne. or M.E. preferred. FieWRep. -S7-テつサ,000 plus car aafle* perses. Price. . Loan Administration Trainee -- 57-SS.WO - Local opening. Immediate need. Teller -- Evening worit -- 5 hrs. -$400. Free Parking. Automotive Adjuster - To 514,000 ex periericed. B e c k l e y Area - $10,-S12,000 - Saies'Service. テつ」*,, not required. j Bluefieid Area - Field Rep. Trainee -- S7.4-J8. 000 plus menl, co cararidexpenses. Exp. not required. Retail Asvt. Mgr. - i8.-HO.000 1 - Lo c a i -- A d v a n c e quickly to ares Sup'vr. ' "Professional Sales" - 113,500-518. (XX - Fee Pd. Chas. based opening wirr Nan. firm. Degree plus some out side sales background helpful. Programmer -- IBM System -- fc SI3.500 - Fee Pd. Call 344-9664 901 QuarrierSl ^CENTRAL EMPLOYMENT* PERSONAL CARE - HOME FOR THE ELDERLY. PHONE 1-524-2589. _ __ " SIMPsSfS ARCHERY TAXIBERMY 1220V2 Ohio Ave.. Dunbar 768-3160 Kanawha Valley's newest archery center -- Equipment for the serious Bow Hunter. AUTHORIZED BEAR DEALER Open Mon.-Sat. 10 to 6. Thursday ID to 9 -- Closed Sunday (Located between 12th 13th St. Facing Dunbar Ave.l Rescue Worker Surveys Scene After Yugoslavian Trains Collide Sixteen Killed, 37 Injured in Headon Wreck in Belgrade -APWirephoto 5--PtntMl 16 Killed In Belgrade Train Wreck Drive to Reduce Drug Cost Killed ByAMA 9 Pharmacists 9 Documents Say (CC). JV.y. Timei Service WASHINGTON-The American Medical Assn. several years ago joined the Phar- maceutical Manufacturers, Assn. in a sec- cret, successful drive to kill a bill aimed at reducing the costs of drugs for sick people, according to confidential AMA documents. BELGRADE, Yugoslavia UP) - Sixteen persons we killed and 37 were injured Saturday when an express train crashed hea- don into a local passenger train unloading at a suburban station. The casualty figures were given by Dragan Milovic, head of the investigating team. He said a preliminary examination indicated that human error caused the disaster. A railway guard at the station told authorities that he heard the station master give several orders for the standing train to leave the station but it delayed because there were over 100 pieces of baggage to be unloaded. Miladin Trkulja, a passenger on the local train, said he heard the station master shout, "Men, jump out of the train, a train is coming!" Trkulja added that he and his girl friend climbed out through a window seconds before the crash and were unharmed. According to the initial investigation, the express was traveling at 40 miles an hour when it plowed ito the local train at the Zemun Polje station six miles northwest of downtown Belgrade. Authorities said the lopal was scheduled to stop in the station for only one minute but remained longer for the unloading of baggage. The express, en route to Sarajevo from Belgrade, is allowed to pass through the station at 50 miles an hour and the investigators said there was proof that the engineer applied the brakes when he saw the other train ahead. He was detained for questioning along with a station official. Rescue workers said all of the killed and injured were on the local train and three of its cars were destroyed. It was on its way to Belgrade from western Yugoslavia. Seiler Tale of 2 Cities' Power Although the AMA had publicly declared its opposition to the legislation, the existence of the joint lobbying effort by the two organizations representing the nation's doctors and drug makers was not known. * * * THE OBJECT of their attack was an amendment to the Social Security Act offered by Sen. Russell Long, D-La., that would have established a list of approved drugs and appropriate prices that could be ,. . ,,.. T ,, ,,.- * v i テつキ prescribed for persons receiving medical (Continued from Page ZD) him know "if I can do anything to help in ^ through the Medicare or Medicaid your efforts for employment." A copy of DroErams a handwritten draft of a letter by Heiskell A * tho j, the use of the National Drug to a Washington contact last November Fomulary wou i d nave been required only also was made available which said we for medicare and Medicaid pat ients, the are literally poised to make the move to backers of the proposal believed it would Washington" have been adopted by group health insur- Capitol Parking Attendant Fred O'Con- ance across the country and would ner and his wife, who works at the Cover- have led to a substant i a i decline in the cost nor's Mansion, were both bitten by the of d テつォ. {or all America n S . same dog last week, O'Conner said ... The i eg i s i a tion to create the formulary, Deputy Atty. Gen. Frank Ellison has a pn- {irgt introduced i n 1%?, is still pending and vate law office in Madison and he uses an- supporters b^eve it has a chance of win- nual leave time that he accrues to man the in T approval in the present Congress. office on Wednesdays ... Tax Commis- * TM -テつキ sioner Richard Dailey and two staff members attended the Wharton Econometric Forecasting Associates Inc., course on interest rates and revenue forecasting last week in Philadelphia. It's considered a [ANNOUNCEMENTS) fF - ABORTIONS ABORTION INFORMATION Professional Advice CONFIDENTIAL, LEGAL, SAFE Voluntary Referral Service 344-9117 24 hour service ABORTIONS 1 to 24 weeks pregnancies terminated by licensed physicians. Arrangements made. Serving greater W.Va. 1-800-321-1682-24 Hrs. ALCOHOLISM PROBLEM? WANT HELP? NEW HOPE CENTER, INC. 1447th AVENUE SO. CHARLESTON, W.V. 25303 744-5974 ELECTRICAL ENG., exp J'20,OOC SALES REP., sott goods to JI2K TECHNICAL SALES REP JI6-I8K + bonus profit snaring, engineering degree, college chemistries, car, tee pd. *テつサ~ SALES REP , BS mature Sl^OOC + bongs to banks only, light tuvei WAREHOUSE SUPV EXP SIO'COC IND. CLERK. GENERAL S5200 RETAIL CREDIT, Beckley S450 MACHINIST TRAINEE, exp $3.25 BANK AUDITOR, exp to S800 CUSTOMER SERVICE REP J7800 Bank or finance exp., 40 hr., co. car I FIELD SALES ENG SI6.0M 2 yrs. college chemistry, exp., co. car, fee pd. MACHINE DESIGN DETAILERS15K 1033 QUARRIER ST. (Bldg). 343-5113 CONCESSION STAND help needed Apply in person, LyricTheatre,any- time a f t e r 12 noon. Must tie over eighteen. Executive Director The region for Planning and Development Council is seeking a qualified person to coordinate 5 county'pran- ning and Development Agencies. Applicants should have knowledge and/or experience in public administration and related fields. Send resume and salary requirements to: Region 4, Planning and Development Council. 717 B Main St. Summersville, W. Va. 26651. An Equal Opportunity Employer EXPERIENCED SURVEY interviewers. Call 768-1810. AVIS, Charles Joseph The family of the deceased wish to express our sincere thanks to the many friends, neighbors, pallbearers, the Rev. Ted Baker for his comforting message, Cooke Pauley Funeral Home, the nice young men at the United Ambulance Service tor their courteous service, those who sent the beautiful floral offerings and the many kind deeds in the loss of our dear Husband and Father. Wife. Daughters and Son. Deputy Highways Commissioner Pete Zannoni while he was also a member of the Calhoun County Board of Education, the three Republican members present opposed. But when the committee voted to have the attorney general collect under ex-Treasurer John Kelly's bond for interest lost on $3 million that wasn't reinvested, the vote was unanimous. Kelly is a Democrat... When the Purchasing, Practices and Procedures Commission was first started, House Minority Leader George Seibert, R- Ohio, reportedly was all for going to the grand jury with investigations. Those under investigation then were mostly Democrats. Now, a member of the commission says, Seibert has lost his appetite for grand juries. There are also more Republicans involved in the investigations since they're in power . . . Gov. Moore joked about his losses in the State Supreme Court when he told a news conference last week it was his distinct privilege to ask Chief Justice Charles Haden n to administer the oath of office to new Treasurer Ron Pearson "even though I have problems with them occasionally..." Del. Jackie Withrow, D-Raleigh, has been honored by the National Order of Women Legislators. Her bill which requires health insurance coverage immediately for newborn babies under a family policy was one of six selected from 89 that will be presented at the organization's convention in Kansas City ... A copy of a letter from U.S. Sen. Lowell Weicker Jr., R-Conn., to former Secretary of State Edgar Heiskell has turned up in Charleston. Sen. Weicker wrote that he wasn't going to be an independent candidate for the presidency, and told Heiskell to let model and the best in the nation. Wharton is sponsored by the University of Pennsylvania's Graduate School of Economics. . . Gazette Publisher W. E. Chilton III and the Gazette aren't going to be listed in the Copies of the confidential AMA documents describing the joint effort of the doctors and drug companies to kill the national formulary in 1970 have been given to several news organizations, the Internal Revenue Service and congressional offices by a source with access to the association's files. Other articles based on other documents from the files have described how the AMA permitted the salesmen of a drug -Card テつキ Thanks YOU Have singing talent Nashville テつキecord producing company holding free auditions. 404-132-4641. NE'ED~RIDE North Charleston to South Charleston and return, weekdays. Must be in South Charleston by 7:30 a.m. 744-2056. PREGNANT? AND NEED HELP RIGHT TO BIRTH CALL 755-1103, 24 hours E M P L O Y M E N T ] HOOD, James (Johnson) We would like to thank the friends who sent cards and showed their sympathy in any way during our bereavement. Sister and family. I--In Mtnwriam 8--IRIiullanoiH Hrip Wtd. FULLER BRUSH Representatives needed -- full or part lime, earn $4 to 56 per hour commission. Manage- men! opportunity. Phone 342-0952. GOOD SECOND income, applications now being accepted for mature, part lime evening janitors. Transportation necessary, no phone calls. Apply 504 Capitol St. An equal oppor- lunity employer. HIGH P A Y I N G JOBS-Companies with overseas operations employing engineers, teachers, construction, clerical, sales, etc., expenses and t r a v e l paid. Europe, Africa, S. America, Australia, etc. Many thousands have used this service already. W r i t e TODAY to Over seas Employment, Box 1011, Boston, Ma. 02103. RAY, WILLIAM D. My son William D. Ray died July 17th, 1961. $685.66 PER MONTH GUARANTEE NEED 6 men women who are willing to work. Must like to make above average income. Opportunity to travel (all expenses pd.) 744-6368 A.C.E future in Dun and Bradstreet, a credit re- compan y to use a letter written by the as- porting service for businesses. sedation's executive vice president min- Chilton kept getting calls from Texas i m i z i n g questions that had been raised from salesmen who wanted him to buy an a bout the dangers of a drug. Another arti- oil or gas well. After repeated calls, he reached the boiling point. テつキHe asked the salesman why he was repeatedly being called. The man from Texas replied: "Don't blame us. Blama Dun and Bradstreet. You filled out their questionnaire and they sold us your name and address." . . . Kacie Mullins, daughter of Billie Mullins who is Senate President W. T. Brotherton's secretary, won the beginners tennis tournament for 10 and under in Charleston!. . . . Kathy Shiftlet, dqughter of House Majority Leader Marion Shiflet, D-Monroe, won the semifinals in the Fredericksburg, Va., tennis tournament, and is teaching tennis at the Stafford County, Va., Recreation Association, while going to college this summer . . , The wife of John Spec, project director for special programs in the Department of Mental Health, died last week . . . Why custom-build? "Our $45,000 home COSt US $26,500 to build! Robert Ciswwfki Grayling. Mich. cle described how the AMA is under investigation by the postal service and may lose its cut rate mail rate. Last Thursday, Sen. Abraham Ribicoff, D-Conn., called upon the IRS to make an immediate investigation of the association's "possible abuse of the tax system." In yet another development, a knowledgeable congressional staff member reported that the staff of the Senate permanent subcommittee on investigations is examining the documents as the possible starting point for public hearings. * * * THE DOCUMENTS about the 1970 effort to kill the Long amendment demonstrate the careful coordination between the AMA and the PMA and also show the AMA's desire that this relationship be kept secret. On Aug. 13,1970, David W. Powers, then a Washington lobbyist with the AMA, instructed several members of his staff about what he called the Long amendment "action program." "It is your responsibility to work with the state executive to see that a contact is made by a physician-constituent of each senator expressing his concern over the national formulary," Powers wrote. "Also--and finally--while you already have certain PMA background material, this is to be an AMA project with no reference to PMA's interest," he added. a eaceful be thy sleep dear Son t's sweet to breath thy name n life we loved you dearly V n death we do the same テつキ' Often we think of you dear Son And our hearts are sad with pain Oh this would be a heaven lould we hear your voice again You are gone but not forgotten Never shall your memory fade Sweeter thoughts shall linger Around your grave where you are laid Sadly missed by Mother, Son, and Friends. The problem: career advancement The answer: A.C.E VP of operations, mining 540,000+ DIVISION CONTROLLER mining.... S22-33.00C Senior acct mining Houston, TX.S17I Industrial Sales 520,00 Mining sales car and exp 515,00 Systems analyst supv $20,000 Entry level mgt. oppty. Mach operator, mechanical ability... S520C DEALER SALES REP. car and exp SUOO 344-9841 816 Quarrier A.C.E May Bldg HIGH SCHOOL GRADS LOOK! Are you somebody stuck in a nobody job? (which are even hard to find these days) If so, check out these important features: -5344 monthly starting pay; 5383 after just 6 months, plus... -- Free room and board, plus. .. - Valuable technical skills training, plus.. . --30 days paid vacation per year, plus -- Advanced education opportunities, plus .. . -- Free medical and dental care. For more information on these and other valuable benefits, call your local Marine Corps Representative today! 1304) 744-6461. HOUSEWIVES-ATTENTION-Want part time evening work? Telephone appointment clerk. Call 344-1551. IMMEDIATE OPENINGS Male or female. MustbeoverU. Hourly rate to start. Apply Sunday between 12 and 3 p.m. 5529 McCorkle Ave. S.W. South Charleston. JOB OPENINGS NOW DRY CLEANING Counter plant positions. 404 Lee Street, East. MAID-for 12 unit motel. Weekends off. Experienced only. 768-9664. TILLES, MADOLYN FBESHOUR In memory of Madolyn Freshour Tilles who departed this life July 19, 1973. $$ ACTION PERSONNEL $$ ADVERTISING SALES OPEN Excellent local opening, must hav previous media exposure. CUSTOMER SVC to $6S Sharp, motivated, exp. w/bankin or small loan. Pd. benefits. i MANAGEMENT TRNEE S600; Strong local opening for aggressive individual willing to learn earn. SALES TRAINEE $5200 Start inside, move outside when you are ready. Excellent potential. 343-4821 922 Quarrier -- Suite 506 MALE OR F E M A L E - o v e r 18, bright, neat in appearance with car or van to establish and service their own advertising route. No sales involved. No experience necessary. Call Toll Free (800) 638-0540. Equal opportunity employer. 4-Special Nolicti BACK-UP Band wanted for 2 vocalists. Call 346-8107 after 2. BEST JOBS Controller - cost accting exp -- degree, i mm. opening, fee pd518,000 to 520,000 VP of Mine Operations, So. W. Va. location, fee pd 540,000 plus cat Auto sales mgr for large northern W. Va. Dealership, fee negotiable.$14, 400 Holmes Em p. Associates Room 307, Medical Arts Bldg. 1023 Ouarrier St. 343-4183 Eve. 346-3965 STATE AMBULANCE SERVICE Will replace Ace Ambulance Service. Under new management. 24 hour emergency convalescent service. Charleston 343-6378 So.ChaifcstM744-2537 St. Albans 7274127 The Cisztwskis custom-built home Custom .^~== building (we erect your home on your lot, you do the finishing work or subcontract it) gave the Robert Ciszewskis an opportunity to save a small fortune. "I did all the finishing work . . . quite simple, really, .^f| everything comes all precut and ready to fit in. You just read instructions," said Ciszewski. The result: "I wouldn't sell my home for less than $45,000, knowing the market and this area. And we have just $26,500 in it!" Consider our custom way of building-it could be yourway into a new, affordable home. Financing? NO problem: bank on Kaufman and Broad to handle it . . . at the lowest possible rate. We even custom -design your home for you-- no charge. Send for the complete story and perhaps we'll build something good together. Soon. Your nearest KB man is: KAUFMAN AND BROAD Custom Homes of MinnesotaJnc. Jones (Continued from Page 2D) Ruinous fiscal schemes, ostensibly to meet "human needs," can end only in managed austerity. The idea that labor unions should have limitless, unaudited power will result in the state-controlled union which is no union at all. The idea that crime is the fault of society, not the fault of the criminal, will bring on such dangers in the streets that the man on horseback will be wlecomed with garlands. * * * DISCIPLINE OP the press can be used, |j| Ethiopia of course, for its destruction. But an irre- * Two years have passed and gone, dear niece Since God has called you home. To dwell up there with him on high Around his great white throne I've prayed to God so many times For a vision so my mind can rest Just why you were called so suddenly To your loved ones you were only the best. Sadly missed by Aunt, Evelyn And all'who loved you. WANT AD INFORMATION phone 348-4848 or Write Charleston Newspapers Classified Oept. P.O.Box2993,Charleston,W.Va.25330 : 3--Loit and Found UO"ST -- S100 reward for information leading to recovery of 1975 400 MX Yamaha, white, missing from Lens Creek, Marmef. 949-3190. LOST - Black female poodle, vicinity Sugar Creek Drive. Answers to "Susie/ Reward. 343-3661. Two Americans Among Hostages LOST - Brown Chihuahua, Kanawha City vicinity. Brown collar. 346-2345. LOST -- Brown, with white paws, female part wire Hair Terrier and Cocker. In vicinity of Edgewood. Reward. 342-6945. LOST -- Male cat. Longhaired butterscotch-colored with white flea collar. Lost in vicinity of Big Star at | Cross Lanes. Reward. 776-4960. | LOST - Male St. Bernard, long hair brown, black, and white. Full mantle and white face. Lost in vicinity of Big Star at Cross Lanes. Reward. 776-4960. FINANCING If runaway interest rates forced you out of the new home market: welcome back! 8% annual percentage rate financing is now available with no closing costs ... no hidden surprises'. Kaufman and Broad Homes NW Financial Center I 7900 Xerxes Avenue South Minneapolis. MN 55^31 Please send me your FREE Home Cfi7/?i/7S 1 Planning Catalog. AHrtrp^l PhQno Pitv O 1 own a lo!. O ' Courtly State Zm (J 1 plan lo build soon テつキ I i sponsible press is also self-destroying. When the Warren Supreme Court hamstrung the libel laws in order to get The New York Times off the hook in the case brought by the Birmingham police chief, it opened the way toward the safe calumny of public figures that could help wreck representative government. For good men will not present themselves for public office if that which is mere abuse is unchecked, and bad men will not preserve our liberties. As long as free television in its rush for ratings focuses its cameras on the violent and the irresponsible to the exclusion of the calm and constructive it puts out, in effect, commercials for riots. These could produce the rea tion which could end free television. What is there Uiat is "liberal" about fashions of thought that will produce an unworkable society and standards of permissiveness that will bring on a chaotic one? For the end result of both will be the cry for order uber alles, and the jackboots pounding on the pavements will pat us all iテつ」 rhythm -- at the price of everything that freedom-lovers cherish. ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (AP) - The Ethiopian government announced Saturday that kidnapers have seized two Americans and four Ethiopians in the northern provincial capital of Asmara. A government spokesman said the men were captured last Monday and no word has yet been heard from their kidnapers, believed to be members of the secessionist Eritrean Liberation Front. The two Americans were identified as Steve Campbell of San Leandro, Calif., and Jim Harrell of Milwaukee, Wis., both civilian technicians at a U.S. military communications relay station in Asmara. In Washington, a State Department spokeswoman said they were abducted about 10:45 in the morning and were driven off in a company truck which security forces later found abandoned 17 miles west of Asmara. No messages or clues were left in the truck, she said. The State Department said the men worked for Collins International Service Co., of Richardson, Tex., near Dallas. Colling is a subsidiary of Rockwell Interna- tiroal. LOST - Sunday night. West Side Male Siamese cat. A n s w e r s to "Poo"; needs medical attention. Call 345-8117 or 342-8668. LOST - Irish Setter, black collar, (Barney) Institute area. 768-0198. REWARD. LOST: Man's glasses in vicinity of Rose Shopping Center and Alum Creek. 756-3076. LOST: Set of keys - Vicinity Campbells Creek area or construction site. Please call 925-4688^ LOST-Collie, male. One year old. Named "Scrappy". White with brown head. Long bushy tail, long legs. East End. Reward. 343-1519. LOST--Diamond wedding band. Reward. West Side. W-2370. LOST-Grey, black male poodle. Ar- morview vicinity of South Charleston. Reward. Answers to "Rusty". Child's oet. 768-1888^ CROSON DETECTIVE AGENCY POLYGRAPH SERVICE LICENSED-BONDED 3J3-W DEBTS - On and after tOisdste, July IS. 1975.1 will net be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone oth- I er than myself, Edna E. Molotrey, 133 Riverview Drive, St. Albans. ] WV. $50 REWARD METAL $TATUE Of Baftoa holding a | street marlser has disappeared. Fo return call 3(2-189?. テつキCLASSIFICATIONS* ANNOUNCEMENTS- 1 thru 7A EMPLOYMENT--8 thru 16 INSTRUCTIONS-17. 18 MERCHANDISE--19.hru 35 BUSINESS SERVICE-36 LIVESTOCK-37 thru 40 MOBILE HOMES--41,42 TRAILERS-42-A. 42-B RENTALS--55 thru 65 ROOMS-67 thru 70 FINANCIAL-72 thru 78 AUTOMOT1VE-79 thru 89 DEADLINES テつキ line Ads to start Tues. thru Sat. 4 p.m. previous day. line ads to start Sun, o r Mon. 1 p.m. Sat. Classified display 1 1:30 a.m. two days prior to publishing. [CLOSED SUNDA? テつキCANCELLATIONS* AD O R D E R E D CANNOT be changed or cancelled pnoi to first insertion. テつキCANCELLATION DEADLINES 4 P.M. Mon. thru F". | 1 P.M. Saturday Charleston Newspapers will cc cept your ad over the phone but subject to payment within 7 days after cancellation. Business Ser vice advertisements occeoted on a charge basis only where the advertiser has o phone listed his name DEADUREFORLEGALS, 4.00 P.M.. Two days prior to publication fo' bolt: GozeKe Doily Moil. 4:00 P.M. Friday for Mo-day Gorette Daily Moil Over 4 cob. by prio- PLEASE READ YOUR AD A d v e r t i s e r s should reod their advertisements the FIRST DAY THEY APPEAR AND REPORT ERRORS in time for the next insertion. Charleston Newspaper^ore responsible for only the first incorrect insertion and p o allowance will be made ;c' nore than one incorrect inse'tion. テつキ RITES テつキ' -- Effective Dec. 29, 1974 MDIVDUALS : Minimum Charge--51.92 ' Consecutive Line Days Run Rate, 1 or 2 days 60 1 3 Days 54"' 4 Days 42' 5 Days 36' 6 Days 32' 7 Days 30^ (Exceptions: All businesses, indi-. vidual and corporations, ern-テつサ obyment, instructions, rentals,', financial, all services--see Cora- ^ mercial Rates). To figure cost of your ad, countテつサ words, divide by 4. multiply by" number of days to run. multipiyj by rotes. 2 line minimum. COMMERCIAL RITES ', MWESTVIRGWJ fv AIL Business. Individual arid' Corporation, Employment. Instructions, Rentals. Financial and. Services テつキ I Day 7CC line' 4 Days 64 : line: 7Days 58' line- 30 Days 52'line^ Above Ro;es For ConsecuW issues " ' , For o'i ocis ongmonng Charleston s loco* telechone ser- v:e crco ?lecse use the obcvS rote gvdes to cc"ouテつサテつサ )Sテつサ cost of yo-jf od. FORMER Golden FlaVe Emotoyeei " jwimming Picnic. July 27!h. If inter- kfed contacl 0. L. Truman 3テつォ*-71テつサ ^f rancej Parsons, 3M-293S. Hoc-sine puTchoWs, rentob. and leasing motet-ons becous* of roje. raced, cotef. sen. or oge. should be reported to 'he Chor'esJon Hurrxjti xrvvit. phone 3*8-6880 "

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