Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 9, 1974 · Page 9
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June 9, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 9

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Juiie 9,1974 Sunday Gazette-Mail Charleston. Weit ViroinJa Governor to Attend Hearings Th« Associated Cress Gov. Moors is scheduled to make appearances Wednesday in Fairmont and Morgantown for hearings .on two new State Highway Department bridges. A hearing on the Westover Bridge is slated for 11 a.m. at the Hotel Morgan in Morgantown. At 3 p.m. Wednesday the department has scheduled a hearing at the Marion County Courthouse in Fairmont to for testimony regarding the new Fairmont Bridge. Dr. Randy B. Smith DDS. ANNOUNCES the affiliation of Dr. NickShalhoupJr. DDS for the general practice of Dentistry 341 12th Street, Dunbar 768-1736 Caught in Moonlight Canaeing at dusk, an Anchorage, Alaska couple moves through the city's Westchester Lagoon. Dusk in this land of the midnight sun falls at approximately 10 p.m. (AP Wirephoto) WOMEN Baptists to Deal With Quotas Issue DALLAS--l/Pl-- Preliminary meetings get under way today for the Southern Baptist Convention, concerned this year with women's rights, race and social justice. Dr. Owen Cooper of Yazoo City, Miss., the convention president, said that the issue of women serving in the clergy is likely to be one of the most controversial subjects to come up at the gathering. Although some churches in the 12-million-member organization permit women ministers, the convention's Christ i a n L i f e C o m m i s s i o n proposes that women make up one-fifth of the elected mem- Water Grant Given WASHINGTON ( A P ) - A $3.3 million grant has been made by the U.S. Department of Agriculture to West Virginia for a water and waste disposal program to be administered by the Farmers Home Administration. Rep.KenHechler,D-W.Va., said the department is also allocating an additional $112,000 to West Virginia for. a special summer food service food program for children. The funding comes in addition to $55,000 formerly received by the state to provide'meals during the summer to youngsters from low-income homes who during the school year received free school lunch- .es. Ethiopian Strike, Violence Continues ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (AP) -- Truck drivers continued their strike across Ethiopia Saturday following violent clashes with police in which one man was reported killed and several others injured. Hundreds, of trucks were left parked along the five main arteries leading into Addis Ababa. Police dispersed several groups of strikers when the drivers and students tried to smash the windows of other trucks trying to reach the capital to u n l o a d perishable goods. The strike began Thursday in the eastern town of Nazareth, with truckers seeking better working conditions, lower diesel fuel prices and standardization of tariffs. bers of boards, agencies and committees by 1980. COOPER PREDICTED it may be another decade before the convention is prepared to accept "with great feeling" quotas for women. The president noted that "The majority membership jn Baptist churches are women, but the minority runs the outfit." The Christian Life Commission urges in recommendations to the convention that agencies seek in assignment and employment "to communicate the conviction that racism is theologically untenable, politically destructive and fatally dehumanizing." The.commission calls for Baptists to work for racial justice in education, health care, housing, consumer concern and participation in politics. The commission also would have the convention support tax reforms to close loopholes for the rich and remove heavy taxes from the poor and "near poor." It wants development of a family support plan to "abolish the evils of the welfare system." Another expected proposal is to change the convention's name to something other than "southern," since it operates worldwide. Although the convention officially opens Tuesday, satellite conferences were to get under way today. Vice President Gerald Ford will address a 7 a. m. breakfast Friday. Evangelist Billy graham will attend -- he belongs to the 18,000-member First Baptist Church of Dallas. Delegates will n u m b e r 15,000 representing 12,297,346 Baptists in 34,665 churches. It is the largest non-Catholic Christian denominaton in the world. Front runners for the presidency are believed to be two Texans, although there is no . open campaigning. They are the Rev. Landrum Leavell of Wichita Falls' First Church and the Rev. Ken Chafin of. Houston's South Main.Church. WVU to Buy 500 Acres WASHINGTON (AP) -The West Virginia University Foundation will purchase 500 acres in Jefferson and Berke, ley counties for the Northeastern Appalachian Region Fruit and Berry Laboratory, according to Sen. Robert C. Byrd, D-W.Va. The cost will be a b o u t $410,000, Byrd said. Construction is set to begin April 1, 1974. DADGIVES365DAYS AYEAR- REMEMBER HIM ON HIS DAY Daddy's day. (And don't you forget it!) y imers 1 'C k V/f-i 809 Qua me r Street Purveyors of Men's Fine Clothing DRESS SHIRTS SHORT SLEEVES! Smart, new dress shirts for Dad! Choose from fancy patterned knits of 100% polyester and solid color pastels, fancies and whites in permanent press blends of polyester and cotton. All styles feature long point collars, single breast pocket and are tapered with tails. Sizes NECKTIES! Four-in-hand, ready-tied and new bow ties in 100% polyester. Wide range of colors and patterns. Compare at S3-S5 2$ 3 SPORT SHIRTS WOVENS! 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