Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 20, 1972 · Page 45
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Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 20, 1972
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·C--AufoK 20, 1972 ·Smnduy " ' -- ·-- '- --T Death Notices Mr*. Verna G. Acosta BECKLEY-Mrs. Veret Acostt, 67, of Besoco, Raleigh County, died Friday at the res denee of her brother, Lewi Weidensall, after a long illness She was a native of Pennsy vania and had been a lont-tim resident of Mabscott and Bescc resident of Mabscott and BesoSurviving: daughters, Mrs C a r m e n Kuhner of Cleve- land,0hk, Mrs. Edith Thoma of Glen Morgan; sons, Stev Underwood of Cleveland, Ohio Ramon J. Acosta of Hiatsville Md.; sisters, Mrs. Ruth Hicks of Los Angeles, Mrs. Mae Mead ows of Augusta, Ga.; brothers Paul Weidensall of Detroit Mich., Dave of California, Lewi and Joe, both of Beckley, Wa ter, of Cleveland, Ohio, Bill c Mabscott.; 16 grandchildren one great-grandchild. Service will be held at 1 p.m today at Melton Mortuary it Beckley with the Rev. Car Gray officiating. Burial will be in Blueridge Memorial Garden!! Cemetery in Prosperity. Christy Shon Brown Christy Shon Brown, infan daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eu gene Brown of Number 18 Clov erleaf Circle, Maiden, died Fri For Comfort, Economy Effki«icy,EqiiipA SICKROOM in Your Home BOLL RENTS HOSPITAL BEDS XI Tjpei Stick ^ ^ AND BED 'ACCESSORIES WERENTEVERYTHIN6 FOR THE SICKROOM! Kunowha Villcy's Only C*m. Stckrown R*nt«l Sarvic* · Aluminum Wolkerettes (Adj.) · Bed Pans · Sitz Baths · Bedside Commodes · Over-bed Tables · Decubitus Pads PHONE 342-3431 f Frit tolimg At Our DMT WE DELIVER BOLL RENTAL SERVICE _. RENTAL SERVICE \ 717ll(lEY«»E..CHmESTO day at Charleston General Hospital. Surviving: twin sister, Misty Dawn; maternal grandmother Mrs. Lfflfe Fields of Maiden paternal grandparents, Mr. ai Mrs. W. P. Brown of Belle. Graveside service will be p.m. today in the Marmot Cemetery with the Rev. Clyde Beard officiating. The body is at the tka HosptUl IB LniaffaM, Kj., I friend* may call after p.m after a short Illness. today. He was a veteran of the Korean War. mother, Mrs. Vir ginia Harold of Charleston; sis Stevens-Grass Funeral Home in illness. Maiden where friends may call Miss Ellena Gray OAK HILL-Miss Ellena Mae Gray, 61, of Oak Hill, died today in Beckley V. A. Hospital. She was a native of Acme, retired nurse and a W.W. II veteran. Surviving; mother, Mrs Rosa Starr Gray of Oak Hill brothers, John of Rye, N.Y. Graville of Spartanburg, S. C. Andrew Jr. of South Charleston Thomas of Tampa, Fla., Donah of Beckley, George of Atlanta Ga.; sisters, Mrs. Sadie Ford of Lorton, Va., and Mrs. Freda Gordon of Stafford, Va. Service will be 10 a.m. Montay at the Tyree Funeral Home n Oak Hill with the Rev. Leo Werner officiating. Burial wffi in the Eads Cemetery at Montgomery Heights. Friends may call at the funeral from 4 to 9 p.m. today. home Frank B. Hager MADISON--Frank B. Hager, 77, of Madison, Boone County, ied Saturday in the Veterans Administration Hospital in Chi! cothe, Ohio. He was a W.W. I veteran and retired miner. Surviving: son, Lyle of New- rk, Ohio; daughters, Mrs. Heen Miller of Madison, Mrs. ewell R. Seacrist of Norfolk, a., Mrs. Lois Meadows of 'ashville, Term., Mrs. Frances arker of Parkersburg, brother, eorge of Danville; sisters, Mrs. Mae Gill of Florida, Mrs. earl Hager of Ottawa, Canada; 12 grandchildren; one great- grandchild. Service will be 2 pan. Monday t Hunter-Hunter Funeral Home Madison with the Rev. Emil arker officiating. Burial wil 5 in Boone Memorial Park in adison. Friends may call after 5 p.m xlay. Dennis Harold Dennis F. Harold Jr., 43, 63 Hazelwood Ave., died Satur ay at the Veterans Administra ters, Miss Dortha Harold 01 Charleston, Mrs. Helen Porter of Roanoke, Va. The body is being returned t Cunningham Funeral Home. Funeral arrangements are in complete. William E. Harvey Jr. William E. "Sonny" Harve Jr., 51, of 1409 Second Ave., died Friday at home after a Ion He was a lifelong resident c Charleston and a graduate c the former Garnet High School Survivinc: parents, Mr. ant Mrs. William Harvey Sr. 01 Charleston; sistets, Mrs. Sever ley Greene and Mrs. Jane Hicks of Charleston; brother, Ricbart at home. Service will be 1 p.m. Monday at the Harden-Harder. Funera Home with the Rev. Paul Gil mer officiating. Burial will be in be Spring mil Cemetery friends may call at the funera home 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. today. Mrs. Opal Hill Mrs. Opal Hester Hill, 44, o 29 Lee Drive, St. Albans, was tilled Friday when the car she was driving was struck by a train at a Chesapeake Ohio ·ailroad crossing near Tornado She was employed as a checker at Kroger's Store in St. Alans, had resided in St. Albans or 19 years and was a member f the Church. Surviving: Spring Hill Baptist husband, Cline; a Here today-here tomorrow-and the day after... 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Carrie Mankin Carrie Mankin, 89, of Miami, Fla., formerly of St. Albans, died Thursday in Miami after a mg illness. Surviving: husband, Charles Tom Mankin : daughters, Mrs. Francis Kinder of Miami, Fla.; sisters, Mrs. Tina DeYarimin of California and Mrs. Leona Blizzard of Florida. Graveside services will be 11 a.m. Monday at Spring Hill Cemetery with the Rev. John Shadburn officiating. Burial will follow at the cemetery. Snodgrass Funeral Home in South Charleston is in charge of the arrangements. Arch Morris OAK H I L L - A r c h Charles Morris, 76, of Oak Hill, Fayette County, died Friday in an Oak Hill Hospital after a short illness. He had lived at Oak Hill for the past nine years and was a member of the Winona United Methodist Church of Winona and a retired coal miner. Surviving: wife, Irma; daughters, Mrs. Joann Gillespie of Oak Hill and Mrs. Nova Lawr ence of Columbus, Ohio; sisters Mrs. Hattie Ohlinger of Gauley Bridge, Mrs. Evelyn Bass o: Fayetteville and Mrs. Hazel Fannen of Virginia; five grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday at the Winona United Methodist Church at Winona. Burial will * in the Restlawn Memory Gardens at Victor. Friends may call after 6 p.m. today at the Mrs. Avi» Roe Mrs. Avis Francis Roe, 61, Sissonville died Friday Charleston General Hospital after a short illness. She was a member of the Grapevine Community Chapel. Surviving: h u s b a n d , Roy sons, Jack of Dunbar, Gene of shows President Nixon leading 1 - " " St. Albans, Gerald of Sissonville; sisters, Mrs. Ofva McGlothlin of Left Hand in Roane County; brothers, Donald Elmore of Chelyan, Clarence El- _ Sen. George McGovern by 28 per showed that 76 per cent, regard- cent in the fight for the White House. The poll was conducted by Spencer, Brooks El- Dayton, Ohio, Doyle more of more of and Howard Elmore both of Left Hand; seven grandchildren. Service will be at 1 p.m. Monday at the Long-Fisher Funeral Home chapel in Pocatalico with Jack L. Miller and the Rev. Hammack officiating. Surial will be in Clover Ceme- ;ery in Roane County. Friends may call at the funeral home in Pocatalico. Albert Shumblin CLAY--Albert Lawson Shamblin, 60, of Clay County died Saturday in Mongomery General Hospital after a long illness. He was a miner and a mem- »r of the Mount Olive Freewill Baptist Church. S u r v i v i n g : wife, Vesta; daughters, Mrs. F. Blanche Tawney and Mrs. Sarah Goode, rath of Clay; sons, Albert Jr. ol Clay and George of Oakfield, N.Y.; sisters, Mrs. Delia Dono- lue of Richwood, Mrs. Mary Goode of Ripley; 11 grandchildren. Service will be 10:30 a.m. "uesday at the Wilson Funeral Daniel Yankelovich Inc. between cent of those who said they fav July 24 and Aug. 6 and included ored McGovern. Nixon Leads by 28 Pet., Poll for Time Reveals NEW YORK - (AP) - Time.Georgia, Missouri, Virginia and Magazine said Saturday a poll to Wisconsin, be published in its Aug. 28 issue telephone interviews with 2,320 voters in 16 states on a variety of topics, the magazine said. Newsweek magazine said a Gallup poll to be published in its issue due out Monday showed those to interviewed per cent who supported he Democratic challenger Me- Govern, Time said. A statement issued by the mag- The poll was conducted in Cali- 'ornia, New York, Pennsylvania, Texas, Illinois, Ohio, Michigan, New Jersey, Florida, Massachusetts, Indiana, North Carolina, TLME SAID the poll also less of preference, believed Nix on would win the November election. This included S3 per Republican incumbent Nixon Nixon with 57 per cent against was favored by 56 per cent of 31 per cent for McGovern. The ' .as compared poll was taken "mostly" after R. Sargent Shriver was named McGovern's running mate, Newsweek said. Another Gallup poll conducted azine announcing the poll did after Sen. Thomas Eagleton had not say which candidate was revealed his psychiatric history, preferred by the other 16 per cent. but while he was still the Democratic vice presidential nominee, showed Nixon with 57 per cent and McGovern with 32 per cent, the magazine said. Neither poll made mention of the unaccounted-for percentages, lome with Hershberger the Rev. officiating. Basil Burial will be in the Sunset Cemetery near Fola. Friends may call after 6 p.m. Monday. Mrs. Edith Tingley Mrs. Edith Halliday Tingley, 78, of Warwick, R.I., formerly E Dunbar, died Saturday at the Cent County Hospital in Warwick. Surviving: son, Donald of Charleston; four grandchildren. Service will be held at 11 a.m. uesday at Carpenter-Jenks Fu- leral Home in Providence, R.I., ith the Rev. John B. Lyte ·ficiating. Burial will be in the iverside Cemetery in Pawtuck t, R.I. Friends may call at the uneral home from 7 to 9 p.m Monday. Nixon Signs Bill on Loan Guarantees to Students Wallace-Wallace Funeral Home Board, a former member of the n Ansted. The body will be aken to the church an hour xfore the service. Mrs. Minerva E. O'Deli __ Mrs. Minerva E. O'DeU, 80, of Mrs. "Wayne "Everidge~and"Mrs! S(M Kanawha Blvd. W., died Friday at the Hillview Nursing and Convalescing Center in Huntington after a 4 year illness. She was a member of Central Jnited Methodist Church, a ife member of the Women's Auxiliary to the Union Protestant Hospital in Clarksburg, the Auxiliary to the lood- will Industries of the Kanawha Valley, WSCS, Eastern Star, White Shrine, John Brawley American Legion Auxiliary, Ladies Oriental Shrine Benura :ourt, Silver Cross Circle of the iCing's Daughters, Charleston West Side Woman's Club and the Grandmother's Club. Surviving: daughter, Mrs. 01- :ve O'Deli Culpepper of Charleston; son, Loren Wesley O'Deli of Charleston, sister, Mrs. Ada aide Thaxton of Charleston, and Mrs. Ola Zane Carpenter, Eustis, Fla.; brothers, Okey B. Johnson of Charleston, Adam fohnson of Sissonville and Louis ). Johnson of Montebello, Cal- four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday at the Central United Methodist Church with the Rev. William A. Woods officiating. Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Park. The body is neral Home. at the Wilson Fu- Homer C. Pendell Homer C. Pendell, 70, of 1623 McCubbin Dr., died Saturday at Charleston Memorial Hospital after a short illness. He was retired from Lewis- iubbard Grocery where he had een a salesman for 35 years Mrs. Ollie Walker IVYDALE--Mrs. Ollie Dore rannon Walker, 81, of Ivydale lay County, died Friday in nith Nursing Home in Dunbar :ter a long illness. She was a member of the Big tter Baptist Church. Surviving: daughters, Mrs arnie Testa of Ivydale, Mrs ttie Callison and Mrs. Geneieve Boggs, both of Charleston itrs. Justine Hamrick of Calli am,, Fla.; and Mrs. Josephine lickman of Valenda, Calif, ons, Leon of Oregon, Ohio, and jeonard of Athens, Ga.; half rother, Delbert Brannon of Charleston. Service will be 11 a.m. Moo ay at Wilson Funeral Home in lay with the Rev. Willard Morris officiaitng. Burial will be in the Albert Walker Cemetery in Ivydale. Friends may call from 7 to 10 p.m. today. M. Cecil Wickline WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS --M. Cecil Wickline, 73, of Covington, Va. died Saturday in .he Veterans Administration Hospital in Salem, Va. after a short illness. He was a member of the Shiloh United Methodist Church at Sweet Springs, a former member of the Allegheny School Alleghany Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation Service and a World War I veteran. Surviving: wife, Eula Belle Looney Wickline; daughters, William Shelton, both of Lynchburg, Va.; brother, Dennis K. Wickline, of St. Petersburg, Fla.; four grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday at the Shanklin Funeral Home in White Sulphur Springs, with ;he Rev. A.B. Shiflet officiating. Burial will be in the Carmel Cemetery at Gap Mills. The sody will be at the funeral home after 10:30 a.m. today and the family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. today. BAILEY, Adam C. "Addie"-Service will be 1 p.m. Monday at the Long-Fisher F u n e r a l 3ome, Charleston with the Rev. VIelvin Hayes officiating. Burial will be in Grandview Memorial Park in Dunbar. Mr. Bailey, 85, of Bradenton, Fla., formerly of Dunbar, died Friday in Manatee Memorial Hospital, Bradenton. G A R R E T T . Mrs. Bertha Madeline--Service will be 10 a.m. Monday in the Keller Funeral Home with the Rev. John Jradley officiating. Burial will be in the Tyler Mountain Memory Gardens. Friends may call at he funeral home today. Mrs. Garrett, 61, og Chesapeake, Va., formerly of Dunbar, died Thursday at a Chesapeake hospital after a sudden illness. DIXON, Mrs. Barbara V-Service will be 1 p.m. Monday n Preston Funeral Home with he Rev. Charles Sperling officiating. Burial will be in Spring Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Dixon, 63, of 1319 Lee Terrace, died Thursday at her home. The family vi11 meet friends regulations that were in effect prior to June 30, 1972. The task now is to make certain that the continuing promise of a truly fine program is fulfilled." HEW had construed the new law to require a needs test for any guaranteed loans and this had led to lengthy delays by WASHINGTON-!*) - President Nixon Saturday signed emergency legislation designed to make it possible for many college students to get government guaranteed and subsidized loans for the new school year starting next month. The loans have been held up because of a misunderstanding surrounding Health, Education and Welfare Department regulations for the loans available under the Higher Education Act passed earlier this year. The legislation delays implementation of the new regulations in the act until March 1, 1973. "This delay," Nixon said, 'will permit lending and educa- ional institutions to conduct the program this fall under ground rules they all understand-$i"5o6 can'VobtaujedT for lenders in granting loans. Sen. Claiborn Pell, D-R.I., chairman of the Senate'Educa- tion subcommittee that handled the legislation, said HEW was wrong in its interpretation. He said Congress had not intended to change the old provision that a needs test is not requirec when the income of the family of the student is less than $15,000 a year. The 1972 law raised the loan limit from $1,500 to $2,500 a year. Suspending this provision means that only loans up to * · - " " - - - the Irish Bombings, Shooting Injure 4 British Soldiers BELFAST, Northern Ireland! --W--A wave of bombing and snooting in Northern Ireland on Saturday injured four British soldiers, but a parade here by 25,000 militant Protestants passed off peacefully. Terrorists left 110 pounds of explosives packed into churns at a customs post near Londonderry. The blast wounded three soldiers on foot patrol. Shrapnel hit one in the leg and a second in the arm. The third trooper suffered head and back injuries. Snipers hit another British soldier with machine-gun fire later in the day at Crossmaglen, near the border with Ireland. The army withheld reports on his condition. Bombers also set off a series of blasts in Belfast, but gave advance warning and no one was hurt. Use Want Ads. Dial 348-4848 Ql ALITY MOM M K M S I roiiurd John-oil I uneral ttuiiii Inc. Mil KITS WHEE1 CHAIRS WE RENT SELL EVERYTHING FOR HOME SICKROOMS ^ PHONE N342-343l s · »·· Parking at Doer · W.O.Iiv.r . BOLL S RENTAL SERVICE 717ftlOEYAVE. SPECIALISTS IN CREATIVE DESIGNING 1972-73 college year. Uganda Will Expel 23,000 Asian Citizens KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) -President Idi Amin announced Saturday that the 23,000 Asians with Ugandan citizenship will be kungiri in western of noncitizen Asians is completed. Speaking at a rally at Ru- expelled once the present exodus Man Killed In Fayette Car Crash DEEPWATER--One man was killed and two others injured in a two-car collision Saturday in this Fayette County community, state police at Montgomery said. The dead man was identified as Larry David Mayfield, 26, of Montgomery. He expired at Charleston General Hospital at 8:35 p.m. after being tansferred tore from Montgomery General tiospital. An autopsy is being formed, but a hospital spokesman said he died of massive internal injrues. A second man also transferred from Montgomery General, 25-year-old Tommy Lee Cooper, of Cannelton in Fayette County, was admitted with neck injuries. He is listed in satisfactory condition, the spokesman said. Cooper and Mayfield were riding in the same car, police said. The driver of the other vehicle n the 3:30 p.m. accident, Helen rene Young, 58, of Deepwater, was admitted to Montgomery General Hospital with facial lacerations, a spokesman said. Authorities are still investigat- ng the cause of the collision hat occurred on W. Va. 61, but one officer said some charges will be made. Amin said he made Uganda the deci- citizen Asian professional pie and industrialists who sion because of "acts of sabotage and arson" which he said some of the Asians had com nutted or planned. Amin said the expulsion of operation after the one involving Asians holding British passports and nationals of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh." About 80,000 noncitizen Asians in Uganda--50,000 of them British passport holders--have been given 90 days to leave Uganda Amin confirmed Saturday t'.yj this deadline also applied to non- peo- earlier were thought to have been exempted from the expulsion decree. "No doubt the country and the people will have to suffer some inconveniences and face some difficulties but these should be only short-lived if all the people are determined to do their best," Amin said. Blind Man Drowned DAVY (AP)-The body of an elderly, partially blind McDowell County man was recovered Saturday from the Tug River near here by members of the McDowell County Rescue Squad. Authorities identified the vie:im as Vaughn Green, 74, of Davy, who had fallen into the river on Friday. · NEW MODMN Dlf FIAT «OOM · OUALITT MATIIIALI · IXPUT WMKMANSHIP CALL 343-8855 222 KANAWHA BLVD., EAST IFTWEU SIAtS t MHMT MAM USESfMSINTMNCf FOtrmnc NOTICE OF CEMETERY RELOCATION Due to the construction of Interstate 79 through Kana-. wha County, the Right of Way Division of the West Virginia Department of Highways has located a cemetery on the property of L. V. Huffman on Willis Creek. This cemetery partly consists of unknown graves. We are requesting anyone having knowledge of any person or persons now buried below the Huffman Cemetery to please contact us ct our office which is located at 1334 Smith Street, Charleston, West Virginia. This Department has appointed Mr. D. J. Skeans in charge of the relocation of this Cemetery. Mr. Skeans may be contacted by calling 348-3022 between the hours of 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M., Monday thru Friday. The public help is very much needed to try and local* persons having families buried in the vicinity of the Huffman Ceme'ery. LE.KrNs Acting District Right of Way Agent NOTICE OF CEMETERY RELOCATION Due to the construction of Interstate 79 through Kanawha County, the Right of Way Division of The West Virginia Department of Highways has located a cemetery on the property of P. P. Shafer on the left of US 119 North. This cemetery is known as the Warbutton Cemetery. This cemetery partly consisti of unknown graves. We are now requesting anyone having knowledge of any person or persons buried in the Warbutton Cemetery to please contact us at our office which is located at 1334 Smith Street, Charleston, West Virginia. This department has appointed Mr. D. J. Skeans in charge of the relocation of this cemetery. Mr. Skeans may be contacted by calling 348-3022 between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M., Monday thru Friday. The public help is very much needed to try and locate persons having families buried in the Warbutton Cemetery. L. E. Kitts Acting District Right of Way Agent n Greenwood Cemetery in Beckley. Mr. Lewis, 81, of Beckley, died Friday in Beckky Appa- achian R e g i o n a l Hospital. ·Yiends may call at the funeral | lome. PAYNE, Christopher H.--Sery- ce will be 11 a.m. Monday in I irst Baptist Church with the lev. Ronald W. English and the Lev. Paul MR. PAYNE Gilmer officiating. Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Park, S o u t h Charleston. Mr. Payne, 45. of 5108 Raven Drive, R a n d , died Friday in Charleston Memorial Hospital. The body will be taken to the church at 6 p.m. today, where the family will meet friends from 7-9 p.m. In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made to the Trustee Board of First Baptist Church. Preston Funeral Home is in charge of arrange ments. and was a member of United ! a t The funeral home"at"?: 3o'p"m" » _ . ! . _ i Commercial Travelers. Surviving: wife, Cova N.; brother, Lawrence of Charles- i today. LEWIS. Knox--Service will be 965-3331 Oak Hill .......... W9241 Websler Spnr-gi ... 847-24J4 on; sisters, Miss Violet Pendell!2 p.m. today at. the Ritchie- jand Mrs. Effie McCallister, both Johnson Funeral Home in Beck- |0f The body is at the Cunningham F u n e r a l Home where SAYRE. Mrs. Doris -- Service! will be 2 p.m. today at Parsons | Funeral Home in Ripley with thej Rev. Armor Sayre officiating.! Burial wil! be in Jackson Memorial Gardens at Cottageville. ley with the Elder FP'".X Robin-1Mrs. Sayre, 69, of Evans, Jackson and the Rev. J. J. School- son County, died Friday at Jack- field officiating. Burial will be son General Hospital. What really happened at Center College to change Kathy's whole life? Ka:herine Walker derided l h a t a career in business WHS J'nr her. bin $he knew t h a t shf needed a d d i t i o n a l ( M i n i n g . K a t h v culled renter t'o||?de and made a rrunsel- int a p p o i n t m e n t , to discuss her career plans. She, ducnvered t h a t trainmp at t m » r Collrje. wa« different and t h a t she would h* able in develop only those *k Us h e would need in a husine** career. H e l i m i n a i t n R m a n y t r i l l s t i h i r r t v v h e i r n r d th*t *he r o i r t d c o m p l e t e h r : i r a uiiK i n one y e a r . K a t h y t mired On l e r nd a* t h e b r i g h t , r h e e r l u l r l a ^ r r m m l u l l nt ambitious students m a n v oi t h m tr-im her own high wrKw»l. she saw t h e m'*dern Soc. S-c. VA approved. F e d . l-v,. Loans and Work Study Jobs avoilo- ble. equipment and me imtrui'torn who «re i n t e r e s t e d in the MI -res M v h » students. K a i h y enrolled at 'cmrr ro|. kcr and those- * i o n \ r n i e n t mii^n payment plan t h a t matched her h idcei, Tl*e doi'jsnin \ mi makr ttxia w ; I l d f t f r- m m p \ « » u r t n i u r r in t he yea rs. a head. Kflhv Hr;iduaied irom ( ' l a y (*otmi\ H i p h School" in .limp. i n 7 j , anri was interevted in he vnmini: H M t r r t * r \ . She rrali/ed t h a t he w n n l d ( -onip .inly «s * result ·( «nid\' snd sun err preparation K a t h e n n e fnri»l|pH m ( r n i c r (V.llecp m the secretarial proeram C E JXKiRE R by th* Accrediting Commission for Business Schools. in -January, 1972. After the completion of her t r a i n me, K a t h e r i n e WA* sent on an mter\ iew, was tested, and was employed immediately as a secretary in theftthceitnf t h f r Aetna Insurance Company, Shtison h-*r wf\ to ft ;)(icce!s(ii! and rewarding career in the business world. C e n t e r collefte ntiers «n accelerated propram (in a one-year rnnrsel designed to cive you th* training necessary lr.r you to become a top-ilieht secretary. All ronr*ps arp c«nrrm«*d with *Tirij*rt m a t i e r in t h e S e c r e t a r i a l Science tield; und n« i-nur«.rs such as rmiMc. art appre- ciaiion. historv. KT". are required. Thi!« en ahlr'.ih*' s t u d e n t to satisfy her coal* Konner in lite- both in her rar^er and tm- ancial future . Start today by d i a l m c 3-l3-?fi4S for * counseling appointment. There is no obii- lOOOVo. St.f. 343-7*41 ftftf if ftr Now-- J t

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