Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 16, 1974 · Page 38
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 38

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 16, 1974
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tC IN TROUBLE Hearing End of Heavy Lobbying, Strip Mining Bill Floundering By Be* A. Fnuklii (C) Jtoir York Times Service WASHINGTON - A House bill on federal regulation of strip mining moved toward a vote last week with a leading advocate acknowledging the bill was in trouble and a leading opponent offering his office as lobbying headquarters Personal Attention Our Personal Attention, when you are called upon to put a loved one to rest, and the burden of your grief makes attention to details d i f f i c u l t , rely upon us to carry out your every wish in the selection of a final resting place. M ONTGOMERY MEMORIAL PARK S?«# Lon*»»,W.»i.,o«lMteSO Dial 442-9212 Office, MMtfMery, VI. Yi. Dial 442-4601 against the measure. The vote, which could come Thursday, would end one of the heaviest lobbying campaigns of the congressional year. The coal and electric power industries, with Nixon administration help, are opposed to the measure, which is strongly backed by environmentalists. * * * THE BILL'S floor manager. Rep. Morris K. Udall, D-Ariz., said this week, "It's going to take a firestorm of public opinion to match the incredible pressure against the bill. The "open door policy" for coal lobbyists was announced by Rep. Craig Hosmer, a Californian who is the ranking Republican on the House Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. It was his response to his own complaint that the N a t i o n a l Coal Assn. The American Mining Congress, the National Association of Electronic Companies, the Chamber of Commerce of the U n i t e d States a n d other groups against strict strip mine reclamation controls "have not been working hard enough, or late enough, or long enough." The interior committee bill 1 would require strip mine oper- · ators to return their pits to j "the approximate original contour" after mining, would place the burden tf that laad reclanutiM is pttfi- ble upM the **i ctmpaaies, Interior Department if tie state agencies assigned to enforce reclamation regulations failed to do so. Hosmer plans'to offer a statewide measure that excludes or alters the key provisions of the committee bill. The issue is moving to a vote coincident with the disclosure of an Interior Department study that attacks the economic rationale of massive strip mining for coal both in the East and in the Far West. The 6-month-old study that was injected into the argument only this week questioned the economic, engineering and energy-planning basis of rapidly expanded surface mining. The study, "Energy Research Program of Tke Department of the Interior, " was completed in draft form by Interior energy experts last December and -- with several key excisions that softened its impact -- published with almost no public notice last month. Its findings are contrary to over-all Interior Department energy policy, which favors a rapid and large expansion of coal strip mining. Assuming a need to increase annual coal tonnage from the current level of 600 million tons to 2 billion tons by 1985, the study says that a strategy of quickly developed, massive surface mining "would cause rapid regional changes and exhaust a very high portion of reported surface reserves hi both the East and the West by the year 2000, threatening rapid decline in surface mine development after the turn of the century." The study favored more intensive development of deep-mine coal reserves instead. The initial, unpublished draft of the strategy "would cause an initial rapid transition which may be followed by "a rapid downturn." This was deleted from the published version. In another change, the strip mine strategy was described in the published version as "unlikely" rather than "unacceptable," the word used in the original draft. Both sides agree that what is chiefly at stake in the legist lation is whether the development of the vast reserves of untouched, strip-mineable coal in the Far West, under the plains of the Dakotas, Montana, and Wyoming, will be controlled, or will be relatively unfettered. Hyperactivity Tester Given $50,000 Grant 2-fc Honored The faculty at ITinfield Elementary School held a surprise luncheon to honor principal, Howard Conner, who in retiring this year after 42 yearn of teaching in Cabell and Putnam coun- tiei. 2nd Part of S.S. IncreaseSlaled The second part of a two- step increase in monthly Social Security benefits will be included in the checks delivered in July, according to Paul Jefferson, Charleston district manager. The over-all increase will amount to 11 per cent for most persons. A 7 per cent increase was included in checks starting in April. (C) WASHINGTON - A Boston psychologist has been awarded a 950,000 federal grant to test a controversial claim that artificial flavors and colors Lusk Named President Of Strippers WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. (AP)- Ben Lusk has been named president of the West Virginia Surface Mining and Reclamation Assn. at the group's annual meeting here. Lusk formerly was executive director of the organization, but his title was changed when the group was reorganized internally. Named vicepresident was Dan Gerkin. James C. Justice was chosen chairman of the board. He is president of Bluestone Coal Co. in Beckley. can cause kperactiviiv. Dr. C. Keith Careers, director of the Human Resource Institute of Boston and an associate professor of psychology at Harvard University, said: "We should have results in six months." If the study validates the claims of Dr. Ben F. Feingold that artificial additives can trigger the symptoms of hyperactivity, it would, Conners aid. "have revolutionary effects on the food industry and the drug industry." The food industry would be hard hit because many foods contain artificial additives. The drug industry would feel an impact because drugs are often prescribed for hyperactivity. an increasingly diagnosed behavioral disorder affecting young children. Artificial Heart Implanted in Doi I id* ** at ou fcxtex. i And f«catt Me MMW kourx ! *i*w* M»M ow noeoncirx tecfe i And *aaoug» *e oniss xx M j we ve Ukit«s fcU i*e. *iio. I Leave (bis *or od svife «M woe. SadSy cnissed £x cixiWreo gr« FOUMO -- Irish SeHtf Male. tdeoSf y ana FOUND: SrnaU fcSac*, bro»n i white lenv ale iO9 with tvown collar. Vicinity ot Eleanor. Stt-24M. _____ FOUND: Two sleeping bags «»a brown ba; on 1-61 near White Suiphw Springs. June 7. Ca» Huntinglon 523-2173. FOUND: 1 ring o* 17 keys. Vicinity of Park Ave and Washington Streets. 342-6C95. 342-8182. LOST -- 2 red tool boxes with tools and 2 power saws. Ordinance Park Vicinity Reward. 316-«2«, 755-7704. LOST: Clendenin -- Doctors Creek ares Snow White Russian Samoyed Husky 009. Reward. 1-S41-S4U LOST: Gold religious medal of great sentimental value, on chain. Civic Center Little Theater dressing area June 7. REWARD. 344-«M. LOST: Gray male cat wearing clear flea collar. Answers to "SmoKey". Superior Avenue. 744-2490. ZURICH. Switzerland W An artificial he.'.rt was implanted successfully in a dog at the Zurich Cantonal Hospital, researchers reported. Doctors hope to implant such hearts temporarily in humans when human hearts are not immediately available for ELKINSi*- A 20-year-old tnui " plint 'Parkersburg woman, Jane . t Carle Richardson, has been Kailieiie LlllilC selected to reign as queen of the 38th Mountain State Forest Festival here. Forest Festival Queen Selected LOST: In Charleston, new multi-colored 2 piece swim suit in Stone Thomas bag. · Reward, 514. Call collect; 1-675-1131. LOST: In or around Rock Lake Pool Monday. Partial plate with 3 teeth. Reward. 76J47J6. LOST: Irish Setter dog at Blue Creek. 965-18511 alter 7. LOST: on Capitol St. white miniature poodle Reward. 507Vi Capitol St. or call 346-M33. LOST: Reward. Blue secretary billfold -Keep money, return contents. D. Jones 343JI521. _ LOST: Small brown and tan Beagle with brown and white pup. Pup wearing green studded collar. Missing from Scott Depot area. 755-5*54. LOST: 1974 Charleston High class ring. June 10th, InitialsTDH. Vicinity Kroaers. while loading cars. Reward. 925-1370. 9^*vVWMM Miss Richardson is a sophomore at Radford College in Virginia. The festival will be October 2-6. To Be Opened RAINELLE - The $530,000 new Rainelle Medical Center will be dedicated during a ceremony at 2 p.m. Saturday. The new clinic contains offices for doctors and consultants and a large treatment room. In addition, the facility has a number of examination- treatment rooms and X-ray and laboratory departments. Hygeia Facilities Foundation Inc. contributed $400,000 for the construction of the clinic, which began a year ago. The West Regional Medical Program gave $40,000 and the Appalachian Regional Commission $90,000. CHARGE IT! NO MONEY DOWN 1st PAYMENT DUE 30 DAYS 3 MONTHS WITH NO INTEREST CHARGE USDA CHOICE BEEF SIDES SALE LIMITED ^« Fii.'s itoV 8We ®Q) CHUCK ALL CUTS ON CHART EXAMPLE 250 lbs.( ? 89Mb. fQO AWN, FUUPRKI 13 WHS. SAME AS CASH SIDES 250 to 500ft JVC. VARYMG ON SUPPLY YIELDS USDA CHOICE RIB CHUCK pelwico lb fjt) feist, lie". ViM. f*f Teitoloin Sluit (ilw liW S : ; : oin 1, ?. 3 JHOTTiOIN A'tCj'?-'!''-^^!'. ·SIRLOIN 'I ItP 5C.«i l!!i\* '· S'8 tt P.orsz; U.S.D.A. PRIME CHOICE YIELD 2 3 P "felt! kid .HOUND trn».0:ttin'tiaK ALL PRICES INCLUDE: · CUTTING ·WRAPPING · LABELING © to ALL BEEF SOLD HANGING WEIGHT SUBJECT TO AVERAGE CUTTING LOSS CALL NOW FOR APPOINTMENT RAINCHECK GUARANTEE Wf i VHKMvCH yBQTflN^* ttti tlMt ym mm n- ctive 3 ORDERS TO CHOOSE FROM NOW ONLY *» ran wit ·! M *4- virtiiwl iptcM it wiH bt btMrid within 15 days at prk*. 3 MONTHS NO INTEREST Month USDA CHOICE LOIN RIB CONSISTS df «'ClUB]i*i( ··MUTE STEMS · RIB S T E A K S · CIIBCI( S T { » K S CONSISTS OF: (,,, 3 B O I , ·CLUBSKJH · T - B O N E S T E M S»ME JS CASH NO I N T E R E S T · RIBSTEM ·SIRLOINSTEIK EKMPLE j · NLNOmCO ·FILET mi kl 95 J USDA CHOICE LOIN ROUND CONSISTS OF SIRLOIN TIP T o W P r K . S 1 0 S . 4 0 · PORTERHOUSE R01ST STEM -...- · RI8ROIST GROUND · MINUTE STEM BEEF T o l a l P r . c f S 1 0 9 2 5 «»? fttllS ? 2 5 l b s , · T BONE S T E M · ROUND S T E M · P O R T E R H O U S E SHJK , 1 0 . 1 2 % GROUND BEEf ·SIRLOIN TIP DOiST ·MINUTE S T E M S · R U U P R O t S · E U R O J S T »ROJND « 0 » S T NO HONE? DOWN S S M E 1 S U S H N O I N T E R S S T EU«?IE HOIbs SI 05 T o t a l P r i c p S l l S 5 0 «»g *t 110 225 ibs "held 5 GUARANTIED TOSATISfr If not completely sot- isfied with Hovor and tenderness your order w ill be replaced package for package within 30 days- SISSONVILLE RD. 2 MILES NORTH OF CHARLESTON HOURS 10-8 MON.-FRI. 10-6 SAT.-SUN. MEAT CUT BY APPOMTMDiT ABSENT SPOUSE? Find what is happening. Call 343-0700, the "PROFESSIONAL INVESTIGATORS" C. L. CROSON DETECTIVE AGENCY POLYGRAPH SERVICE LICENSED-BONDED 343-1544 CLEANING HOME Janitor, free estimates. 346-4696. Confidential Private Investigator. FREE Consultations. 343-0700 DEBTS - On and after this date, June 16, 1974, I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself, Terry L. Johnson, 13506 Nancy Avenue, Chesapeake, W. Va. DRINKING A PROBLEM? A.A. WORKS! Alcoholics Anonymous Information P.O.: Box 4001, St. Albans, 25177 CALL 343-3750 ANYTIME HARRELL MEMORIAL NURSING HOME 1514 VIRGINIA ST. EAST PHONE 343-7145 INSURANCE Low Rates All Types Of Insurance Cancelled Auto Insurance Revoked Driver Licenses Reinstated SR22 Filings - Mobile Homes HAGGERTY INSURANCE SERVICE Phone 744-2526. Day or Night [ANNOUNCEMENTS] PATRICIA GAILE cosmetics - Dottle Palmer, consultant, 342-0043. 1-bd «f ThMki Geneva Clendenen Mooney We, the family of GENEVA CLENDENEN MOONEY, wish to express our thanks and appreciation to our friends and neighbors for their kind acts of sympathy shown us in our great sorrow. Thank you neighbors for food brought in and for so many beautiful cards received; and to Dear Brother Donald Fisher for the kind words to console and comfort our broken hearts; the Grapevine Quartet who sang so beautifully; the Long and Fisher Funeral. Home for services rendered. May the Good Lord Bless you all. Signed: husband, James; Son, Roger; parents, Mr. Mrs. Earnest Clendenen; and brother, Robert. . . . - ' ' · ,-. · : ABORTION INFORMATION IF YOU are troubled by a pregnancy problem and would like abortion information · then call us. ..; . Concern Family Planning · "A Community Service" 24 Hours A Day - Call 7 Days A Week (304) 34J-5343 ·' · ABORTIONS, BIRTH CONTROL" ' INFO REFERRAL Up to 24 weeks. General anesthesia. Vasectomy, tubal ligation also available. Call PCS, 202-2M-7W5. ^ ABORTIONS · ' · : ABORTIONS INFORMATION ..,." Professional Advice Pregnancy Test ·..·)... CONFIDENTIAL LEGAL SAFE VOLUNTARY REFERRAL SERVICE · " · 344-9117 - 24 hour Service ... PREGNANT? " · And don't want an abortion Call 343-4544, Catholic Charities, office hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00-4:00.- ··_ Osborne, Helen We wish to thank everyone who brought food, sent flowers-, and helped in any way, especially Lick Branch Freewill Baptist Church and Cunningham Funeral Home, .during the time of our, bereavement. The Family Buckner, Ervin There is a family who misses you sadly, And finds the time long went, And we think of you daily and hourly, But try to be brave and content. But the tears we shed in silence, And we breathe a sigh of regret, For you were ours and we remember. Though all the world forgets. Sadly missed: Wife and Family Lti/ FOR SALE -- 4 grave plot Cunningham Memorial Park. $125.00 per lot..Wr.lte U.G. Abbott, Cedar Grove, W. Va. 25039 . or Call 595-3491. _ .' ' ' _ SOMEONE wanted to take over monthly notes on family plots. Gibraltar Addition, Tyler Mt. Memory Garden. Call Gibralter, 344-2341 for further information. TO settle an estate. Must sell one grave in Sunset Memorial Park. S200. Call after 4 p.m. 343-1838. 2 GRAVE plots. Floral Hills Garden on Route 21, Sissonville, Rd. 945-5222. CLENDENIN, DEXTER REV. DIED DECEMBER 17, 1970 EMPLOYMENT "BLIND BOX" SERVICE An additional charge is made on all ads using a Gazette-Mail "Blind.Box" $1.-Pickup; 52 Mail Service. Wtd. $75 PART TIME . Need four people to show safety film after 5 p.m. Car necessary. Also''need one full time person. See Mr. Hicks at the Virginia Room Heart-0-Town Motor Inn, Mon. June 17th. 7 p.m. SHARP. No phone calls please. · · · ; A.C.E. ° Your Employmeni Opportunity Center 616 Quarrier 344-9141 ACCOUNTANT: financial analysis and tax exp for a career spot $8500+ call Roy Reed 344-4031 Spelling g, Spelling || We miss you now Our'hearts are sore I as time goes by We miss you more; | Your loving smile. Your gentle face I No one can fill Your .vacant place. I Father, we miss you But we know that our 1 Loss is heavens gain. Sadly Missed by Daughter: Mable Fore, Wife Gracie Family HUDSON, David A. ("Tug") Who passed away July 25, 1973. Our kind and loving.husband and father, We think of you today, And recall the happy hours, 'Ere the day you passed away. Never shall your memory fade, And although we miss you so. We are waiting till we, also, Leave this world of strife and woe. Sadly missed by wife Blanche, children: James, Alma, Ruth, Larry, Gary ane Terry. . APPOINTMENT CLERKS Part time mornings or evenings. Must bye jpleasant and enjoy talking on the phone. £all Mr. Richardi.755-1782. AUTOMOBILE MECHANIC Good company benefits and top pay. Benefits include hospitalization, uniform plan, must have own hand tools. Apply in person to Service Mgr. KELLEY REED PONT I AC Rt. 60 West between So. Charleston St. Albans 768-0045 BAKER or Baker's helper. Experienced. Good pay, excellent potential. 755-1811. BARMAID and Hostess to work in Beer Lounge: Dining and Dancing. Age 25 to 35. Good pay. Lodging.. .Free for the right persons. Appear in Person ready for work. Must be capable of being bonded. Charlie Brown's Place. Route 1 Hwy.301, North 5 miles North of Claxton, Georgia. 30417. McCormick, James E. (Ed) I think of him in silence. His name I oft recall. There is nothing left to answer. But his picture on the wall. AH his toils and conflicts o'er, Lo, he dwells with Christ above; Oh, what glories he's discovered, In the Saviour whom he loved. You're not forgotten, father, dear. Nor ever shall you be; *; long as life and memory last I shall remember thee. Sadly missed by Daughter Ernie and Family. I UNDER, -OD. VVOODROW In loving memo, y ol Woodrow Underwood who oassed 9v/a y March, 19, 1973 *CAPITOL* INTERNAL AUDITOR - To 518,000 Degree plus auditing exp. Corporate position. All Fees pd. TERRITORY MGR. - S!3,000 + Bonus--!Auto + Expenses. Degree plus prior sales exp. Fee Pd.' PIPING DRAFTING - Salary open to exp. Prefer heavy exp. in piping. Excellent salary. Good benefits and advancement. JR. DRAFTSMAN - To 59.000 min. 1 yr. exp. Nat'l company with good benefits and advancement. CONSUMER SALES - $10-514,000 - Auto 8. expenses. Any related exp. helpful. Excellent bonsuses and benefits. ·HARMACEUTICAL SALES - i9-J10,500 - Degree and lite sales exp. preferred. Full benefits with auto expenses. BUSINESS TRAINEE - $7200 Excellent starter position for sharp individual with degree. MGR. TRAINEE - S600 + VA Benefits. High School diploma plus ability to move into management. SERVICE MGR. TRAINEE 5W-59000 Good mechanical background. Some college preferred. MOTOR CONTROL PRODUCTS MGR. $U-$20.000 BSME or BSEE. Promotion »nd sales of motors, motor control products. All Fees pd. QUICK FOOD SERVICE MGR.-to$13,000 Prefer prior exp. but not nec«s»ry. CASHIER - STOCK J4930 Prefer some public exposure. WAREHOUSE - 15000 Exp. no) required. Good advancement. Call 344-9664 3P» Knigtn Bldg. 901 Quarrier St. I Lost rnr dear Companion A fife linked with ny own. [ And day by day I miss him more As I waft Through i-fe alone. I Nothing c*n ever t«ke away j The to»t» netrt Wds de«r I Fondmetnories linger ewy day Sadly IKaei By Wife, P«mr «nd Farnity || MtilCf mm will be a Mobile Home [Ordinance reading at the 1 Marmef Recreation Building or Iwonday, June 17, at 7:30 p.m. JAII INTERESTED persons art (asked to attend

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