Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 10, 1975 · Page 45
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-- August 10,1975 Sunday Gazette-Mail Coariedon. AeJ Yt^iai* MANUSCRIPT Eyewitness Account of Events Leading to Lincoln Death Surfaces Manager H. W. Howard has been named general manager of the Murphy's Mart in Dunbar Village Plaza.-Howard comes from Fairmont, where he was general manager of the Murphy's Mart in Tygart Valley Mall. He succeeds R. R. Templeton who was promoted to regional sales manager. Dr. Kimmel's Retirement Life Active MORGANTOWN - Donald L. Kimmel, West Virginia University professor emeritus of human anatomy since July, 1974, leads an active retirment life. Right now the roses and other flowers he tends lovingly at his home near the WVU Medical Center command much of his attention. But he has far from abandoned .his teaching on a volunteer basis and his research interests. 7 In fact, those interests drew Dr. Kimmel last fall to Australia and New Zealand where for five months he toured, taught and teamed with other researchers. After a 21-day trip by freighter, Dr. Kimmel and his wife, Jessie, arrived Dec. 14 in Sydney, right in the middle of Aus- ·tralia's summer. * * » THEIR ITINERARY for the next few weeks included visits to the University of Sydney School of Medicine's Department of Anatomy, Canberra'.s International University of Australia, Melbourne's Monash University and the University of Melbourne, the University of Tasmania where Dr. Kimmel discussed teaching and research with the medical school's anatomy staff, and eight days at the University of Queensland in Brisbane where he presented two lectures about research and anatomy and other basic sciences education in the United States. Before they left Australia for New Zealand, the Kimmels visited the Great Barrier Reef and saw much of its unique : wildlife. Ten days on New Zealand's North Island ·gave them an opportunity to observe the . Maori culture, make a stop at the University of Auckland, visit the family of a Morgantown neighbor, and go sightseeing in Wellington. Next; the Kimmels went to Dunedin oh South Island in time for Dr. Kimmel to attend the annual meeting of the Australia- New Zealand Anatomical Society and renew acquaintances and share research ideas with medical school staff members he had met earlier. By Alden Whitman (C) N.Y. Time* Seme* NEW YORK--A vivid eyewitness narrative of the events leading up to the assassination of Abraham Lincoln and to the trial of the conspirators, unknown to historians, has come to light and will be published as a book next month. The manuscript was written in the 1890s by Louis J. Weichmann, a key prosecution witness as the plotters' trial in 1865, as his final recounting of an experience that had haunted his life. The manuscript, according to scholares, provides valuable fresh insights into the characters and personalities of John Wilkes Booth and his coconspirators in the murder of the nation's 16th president. Booth, the actor, is depicted as a man of uncommon magnetism who drew others into his desperate scheme to kill Lincoln, Vice President Andrew Johnson and Gen. Ulysses S. Grant. His aim, according to the manuscript, was to so dismember the Union government that the Confederacy, although on the verge of military defeat, might still triumph. Weichman also pictures Mary E. Surratt and Dr. Samuel A. Mudd as eager conspirators, actuated by strong Southern opinions. Partisans of both Mrs. Surratt and Dr. Mudd have long sought to portray them as dupes and to move to rehabilitate Mudd is pending in Congress. WEICHMANN, WHO died in 1902, was a lodger in Mrs. Surratt's Washington boarding house, where the assassination was planned. His testimony was crucial to her conviction in 1865 by a military court, which ordered her hanged. He also incriminated Mudd, who was convicted but not executed. The other key witness was John M. Lloyd, who was Mrs. Surratt's tenant at her tavern in Surrattsville, Md. Lloyd left no account of his experiences. Booth, one of 10 conspirators and the man who fired the fatal shot at Ford's theater on April 14, 1865, was shot and killed in a Virginia barn as he sought to flee. Mrs. Surratt, Lewis Payne, David E. Herold and George A. Atzerodt were hanged. Mudd, Samuel B. Arnold and Michael O'Laughlin were sentenced to life in prison. Mudd and Arnold were'pardoned in 1869, and O'Laughlin died in jail. Edward Spangler, a minor conspirator, was sentenced to six years but was pardoned in 1869. "The Weichmann manuscript provides ton in 1867 and tried before a civil court, the most vivid contemporary portraits Both Weichmann and Lloyd were prosecu- we've ever had of the conspirators, espe- tion witnesses, but he was freed after a daily Booth," said Proof. .James P. Shen- jury was imable to reach a verdict, ton of Columbia University. "Although the In his manuscript, Weichmann denied new evidence is unlikely to change histori- any Catholic Confererate, Johnson or ans' views significantly, there is no ques- Stanton involvement and declared: "It tion that it will deepen their perceptions was Booth's conspiracy and that of the of the conspirators." foolish young men whom he drew into his Shenton is a recognized authority on the schemes along with him/' Lincoln period and, like most professional Weichmann, a onetime schoolmate of historians, accept the view that Booth and John Surratt, obtained his extraordinarily nine others were the only persons involved detailed knowledge of the conspirators be- in the assassination plot. cause they frequently met in Mrs. Sur- Nevertheless, tver the last'century, spe- .ratt's house. He was then a War Depart- cualtion has suggested that the conspiracy ment clerk and in later years he clerked involved Vice President Johnson or Edwin in the Custom House in Philadelphia. M. Stanton, the secretary of war. The manuscript was among Weichmann's papers that eventually came into * * * the possession of his niece, Alma Murphy Halff. FUELING THE BELIEF that the con- It was acquired three years ago by victed conspirators had help in high places Floyd E. Risvold, a Minneapolis business- is the fact that John H. Surratt, Mrs. Sur- man and collector of Americana, after a ratt's son and Booth's "second man," escaped to Canada and thence to Liverpool, England. Stanton revoked the reward for his arrest and Surratt went on the Rome U S$ ACTION PBSQNNR $$ IMAKAGEMENT TRNEE MM ! Siroog national company needs your 1 *U)tote»r«. tow *CMH« and desire (o Hfite your 0*0 ticket. Good may ' «o move ioX) big money qukXIy. MONEY TRAINEE »HO Rational company vill train you locally then move you where toe need is Become an eipert as QuicMy as you can tearo! DRIVER'ShipSi Rec OPEN Work long hours, put your back into the job and win a solid future. 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Associates Room 307, Medical Arts Bldg. 1023 Quarrier St. 343-4183 Eve. 3460965 LEADING cooumer fcaaoce company tooung for ajy essw manager trainee to awUe and make collections Car a must. Liberal frioge benefit. Aprfx US Lite Credit Corp. 80B Quarritr Street Charleston. L tCHT delivery work. Must know cit county and have car. Cell 945-780- Suneay 2 to 4 pjn. LONG JOHN SILVER'S has immediate openings for two cooks and twc cashiers. Good hours, excellent working conditions, and above minimum wage. Apply in person between 2 and 4. at No. 6 Kanawha Boulevard -- next to the Holiday Inn. MALE OR FEMALE -- private inv»i- tigator trainees. Part time. 343-M.x MECHANICAL maintenance person fora large downtown oHicebuilding. Must be mechanically inclined. G! approved for ON JOB TRAINING. Apply 504 Capitol Street, Monday thru Friday. . NEAT ambitious person with goOv character, permanent opportunity tor 1250 a week. Major Company. No experience necessary. Prefer our training method. For personal interview call 768-7362. SCHOOLCRAFT, HERBERT SCHOOLCRAFT, PEARL In memory of Herbert, who passed away July 20,1974, and Pearl Schoolcraft who passed away August 10, where he became a Papal Zouave. Eventually, he was returned to Washing- friend of Mrs. Halff's told him of its existence. The book is to be published by Alfred A. Knopf as "A Ture History of the Assisina- tion of Abraham Lincoln and of 1865." It is priced at $15. About People... The Associated Press *CAPITOL* Route Driver-L.D. Exp S10.500 Collections Mgr. Trne S7.200 Account Sales Mgr $15,000 Jr. Ind'l. Sales Rep J10.000 Loan Admin. Trainee 17,000 Computer Opr To $7,000 Detail Mgr. Trne W,000 Industrial Buyer S12.000 Inventory Control S18.000 Quality Control Mgr. BSME ....$18,000 Production Scheduler $15,000 ] Machine Design Engr Open Most of the above "Fee Paid" Call 344-9664 901 Quarrier St. $15,000 Reward LOS ANGELES -- Several entertainment figures have offered a $15,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the killers of actress Barbara Colby and actor James Kiernan. Kiernan and Miss Colby were fatally shot July 24 on a West Los Angeles street. Offering the reward were playwrights Neil Simon and Oliver Hailey; actresses Marsha Mason, Brett Sommers, Cloris Leachman, and Robyn Goodman; actors William McGinn and Jack Klugman; director Gordon Davidson, and producers Ed Weinberger, Richard Levinson, William Link and Michael Leeson. A police investigator handling the case said Friday he still had no hard leads, but he said the reward offer might help.' Remembrance Is a golden chain Death tries to break but all In vain; To have, to love and then to part s the greatest sorrow of one's heart. The y e a r s may wipe out many things, But this they wipe out never The memory of those happy days When we were all together. Sadly missed by daughter, Irene Bayes, and son. Bud Schoolcratl. 3--lott and FtNnd LtfST - Black, brown and grey medium size male dog on West Side. Reward. 346-8175 alter 5. LOST: Blue Murel Collle-Abney St. area of St. Albans. A n s w e r s to "Challenge". Reward. 727-5378. LOST: Large leather purse in auto wreck on July 28, on Martins Branch Rd. Reward. 965-6055. CASHIER needed, good opportunity to . advance, with rapidly expanding specialty chain. Must be neat, personable and mature, with local references. Apply in person evenings after 5 to: Paperback Mart, 1002 Quarrier St. CASHIERS, and ushers. Apply Kearse Theater between 1 and 4 p.m. No phone calls. * CENTRAL EMPLOYMENT* MGR. TRAINEES credit $550 ASST'T Plant Mgr to $30,000 BSME helpful, exp., mgr. potential. SALES REP., BS exp $12,000+ bonus, to banks only, light-travel. RESTAURANT MGR. EXP. to$12,000 RETAIL CREDIT $7800 TECHNICAL SALES REP ..$16-$18 K + bonus, S, profit sharing, engineering degree, Chem. co. car, fee pd. PRODUCTION FOREMAN to $16,800. Plant or steel Sup. exp., W.Va., tee pd. MARKETING MGR. - MBA..$Open SALES REP., RELOCATE $14,000 COST ENGINEERS, EXP to $18K Design estimate, etc., fee pd. ASS'T CLOTHING MGR $8400. PROGRAMMERS, EXP to $15K WAREHOUSE SUPER, IND. EXP.... 'COMPUTER OPERATOR to $525. Console exp., 5 days SALES REPS, EXP $0pen 2 years college, sell to schools 1033 QUARRIER ST. (Bldg) 343-5113 OUR employees have the opportunity to advance rapidly. We will train qualified people for a manager's position. We offer job security, paid vacations, paid retirement benefits, hospitaliiation, and life insurance. No previous service station experience necessary. Apply Bonded Oil Co., Pennsylvania Avenue and Lee St., W. An Equal Opportunity Employer. OUTSIDE canvassers, salary plus bonus. Call Monday 9-4 for interview appointment, 934-0878. ·__ OWNER-OPERATORS Perishable division. Reefers furnished. Steady work, tull dispatch, family benefits, weekly pay, minimum layover and deadhead. Fleet rate insurance. DOT standards, minimum age2l. Equal Opportunity Employer. CRST Cedar Rapids, Iowa · Stan or John 1-800-553-3430 OWNER OPERATORS DISSATISFIED? Too many deadhead miles, no freight, not making a profit? We have freight, trailer pool and currently pay 61.?% of line haul revenue with 90% settlement in the field, 30% in advance, 60% delivery. For moreln- formation Call (COLLECT) NATIONAL . TRAILER CONVOY, INC. (304) 1-422-8469 " PART TIME am S300 per month part time. Evenings from 5:30 to9:30. HelpSMCIn- dustries with public safety programs. College training preferred but not necessary. SeeMr. Allbrltton at The Heart-0-Town Motor Inn, Monday, 7PM sharp. No phone calls please. Lester Flatt LOST; Norwegian Elkhound, Last seen In Davis Creek, female, medium size. Reward. 744-2227. After the meeting, Dr.' Kimmel was visiting professor of anatomy at the University of Otago in Dunedin and was present for the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the school. Weekends were spent touring South Island's famed plains, alps and fjords. * * * BESIDES TEACHING neuroanatomy to third-year medical students and gross anatomy to second-year medical students, Dr. Kimmel also did research on the brains and spinal cords of brush tail possums (phalangers). The three projects begun during the term, with assistance from faculty and medical students, involved: removing dorsal root ganglia to compare the central distribution of sensory nerve fibers in phalangers with the American opossum (didelphus virginianus), creating lesions in the cerebellar cortex for the study of cortico-nuclear connections, and producing lesions in the dorsal column nuclei for the study of discriminative sensory pathways in the brain stem. Specimens to share with others in WVU's Department of Anatomy and to continue his research accompanied the Kimmels on their flight in mid-May from New Zealand to Morgantown by way of Fiji and Honolulu. The friendliness of their hosts, the incomparable beauties of the land, and the good work being done in teaching and research down under inspired Dr. Kimmel. In addition, he said, "The trip gave us three summers in a row." For the former chairman of anatomy, Deportation Of New Father ; Is Postponed PHILADELPHIA (AP) - A federal judge has held up the deportation of a Chilean Navy deserter whose American wife bore him a daughter Friday. U.S. District Court Judge John P. Fullam temporarily stayed the deporation of Petty Officer Ranulfe Poblete on Friday until the Board of Immigration Appeals rules on whether Poblete would be subject to "dangerous political reprisals" in Chile, Poblete, 35, entered the United States in January 1974, as an accredited government official, but when his diplomatic visa expired he refused to Chile, citing "political punishments." In the meantime, he married Lillian Patricia Harpster, 33, of Linwood, Pa. who filed a petition with the Immigration Service designating him a spouse of an American citizen. Poblete's attorney told Fullan her petition was withdrawn but would be filed again. Fullam allowed Poblete to sign his own bond so he could gain his freedom. He had been held in the Salem County, N.J., jail since his arrest on $3,000 bail. "He's just become a father," said Fullam. "He is not likely to flee." NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Country music entertainer Lester Flatt returned to the Grand Ole Opry on Friday night for the first time since undergoing open heart surgery. "You are seeing a miracle here tonight," Opry announcer Grant Turner said as he introduced Flatt. "I never knew I had so many friends before," the 61-year-old singer said as he began hosting a portion of the show. He said he received letters throughout the United States and Canada following his surgery to remove blockage from three arteries near his heart. The bluegrass singer was released from the hospital days after his July 1 surgery. Six days later, however, he was readmitted when fluid began collecting in his chest cavity and legs: Flatt was released from the hospital after a week and was told by his doctors the fluid buildup could be controlled with medication. Heart Surgeon Bargteheide. West Germany - Dr. Michael DeBakey. the 67-year-old heart surgeon from Houston. Tex., married Katrin Wehlhaber. 32. an actress from Hamburg, West Germany, in a church ceremony Saturday. The couple was previously married in a U. S. civil ceremony. Lady Bird TUSCALOOSA. Ala. - The widow of former President LyndOn Johnson will receive an honorary doctor of humane letters degree Sunday from the University of Alabama. Lady Bird Johnson will be presented the award by F. David Mathews, who is on leave as president of the university while he serves as U. S. secretary of health, education and welfare. He was sworn into office Friday. LOST-Keys. Ring with initial "B". Number on key-954. $5 reward. 9^5-4664. LOST-Male Blonde puppy Poodle. Hansford, $20 reward, 1-595-5789. DO YOU HAVE PARTY PLAN EX P E R I E N C E ? F R I E N D L Y T O Y PARTIES HAS OPENING FOR M A N A G E R S IN Y O U R A R E A MANAGERS FIND IT EASY TO RECRUIT BECAUSE FRIENDLY DEMOS HAVE NO CASH INVEST MENT-NO COLLECTING 0 DELIVERY CALL COLLECT CAR OL DAY 518 489-4571. LOST-two steers. One-all black, 800 Ibs. One-black with white face. 450 Ibs. Vicinity Legg Fork Road, Sissonville. Call alter 6 p.m. 9B4-0686. Mollui AA Ambulance Service Inc. · SERVING GREATER CHARLESTON AREA 24 HOUR CONVALESCENT AND EMERGENCY SERVICE Trained by W.Va, Dept. of Health 984-0141 CASHIER and concession stand. A ply at Trail Drive-In between? an 10 p.m. No phone calls. ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN With good Theoretical and practica background, need to teach in loc Technical School. Must be able communicate with students of va ious age. Military experience a cepted. Call 343-0121 for interview CROSON DETECTIVE AGENCY POLYGRAPH SERVICE LICENSED-BONDED 343-1564 DEBTS - On and after this date, August 9, I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone oth er than myself, Muriel Lee Snead 1311 Roseberry Circle Apt. 407 Charleston, WV PART-TIME EXCELLENT INCOME. Search newspapers for information. Work out of your own home. Details, write: P.O. Box 3466-Dept. 86, Bridgeport, Conn. 06605. PART-TIME (Permanent Posltlon- DaysOnly) Large Firm needs inventory taken in W.Va. and area. Will train. Send resume. Write Box M- 2546. c/o Charleston Newspapers. PERSON for general maintenance, apply i n person at Country Club Village, 4009 Kanawha Turnpike, South Charleston, Manager Building, 7, 9 to 4 weekdays. PERSON 18 and over to work in Massage Parlor. Will be trained. Call 342-4393. SECURITY help for local discount store. Experience preferred, but not essential. Will train. Call 344-8091. FULL And part time, help for So. Charleston Dairy Queen, 120 D St. Apply in person. GO GO DANCERS $135 and up. Contact Manager, Milner Pub Club, Huntington, W. Va. 1-525-5165. GROUNDS personnel and porters, full time employment, call 343-9475 for information. SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE National corporation has Immediate opening for individual to service its products in customers' offices. Should have mechanical aptitude and basic knowledge of electronics. Tech School and experience on radio, TV, oroffice equipment helpful. Some travel and public contact. Excellent benefit program- paid vacation, life and medical insurance, retirement-a few. Call Dave Wickharrv 343-1231, between 9 and4, for appointment. We are an equal opportunity employer. DEBTS-on and after this date, August 10,1975,1 will not be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself, Benton B. Beck, 908 Temple St., Charleston, WV. DUPONT High School alumni - 1940 to 1951. Deadline for reunion reservations -- August 22. For further in formation, call 925-5069 or 925-7856. Planes Collide, Pilot Killed EAST Bank - Class of 1965 If you haven't sent your reunion questionnaire in. Do so. If you haven't received one, call 1-595-4446 after 5. 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: -$344 monthly starting pay; $383 after iust 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! 13041 744-6461. GOD offers a wonderful plan for your life. Call 744-6309 )a recording) SMART PERSONNEL PHONE 345-8272 COAL CO. ACC, coal, oil, 4, gas exp... INSTRUMENTATION SALES ENG,- Indust. sales-esp. or systems engineer $22. WO- PERSONNEL MANAGER, degree 8.1- yr exp., industrial relations, relocate SHOW MANAGER TRAINEE, Beckley area $150.00 MANAGER TRAINEE $550:00 COLLECTION CLERK, litetyping, Tiling, gen. office $425.00 up 710 Atlas Bldg. Miss USA Contestants To Arrive OBERLIN, Ohio (AP) - A 55-year-old student pilot was killed and two other persons were injured Saturday when two small planes collided while trying to land at Lorain County Airport, authorities said. Elyria Memorial Hospital said Benjamin Percy of Lorain was dead on arrival at the hospital. Listed in serious condition were Patty Gilbert, 16, of Oberlin and Charles Ingersoll, 32, of Amherst. Glen Beecher, who works at Air Central Enterprises at the county airport, said Percy was landing a Cessna 150 two-seater under instructions from Ingersoll. Miss Gilbert, also in a Cessna 150, was flying solo. Beecher said the two planes were 200 to 300 feet from a runway, approaching from the east when they collided, one plane coming down on the other. Economy Worries Hitting Canada CHICOPEE, Mass. (AP) - Contestants were to arrive here today to rehearse for the 1975 Miss World-U.S.A. pageant in neighboring Springfield. The national pageant will select the United States' representative for the Miss World contest in London this November. Young women vying for the title will intersperse a week of rehearsals with public appearances at a golf tournament, an ice cream plant and a meeting of Massachusetts mayors. The pageant itself will be held Aug. 17, at the Springfield Civic Center, with guest appearances, scheduled by entertainers Bob Hope annd Sammy Davis Jr. The show will be videotaped for later airing by ABC. Sunrise Schedules Puppets Program appointed from I ., ceived several awards for his outstanding gt ^ Wednesday. (c) N.Y. Time New* Service OTTAWA - A new round of price rises, plus soaring wage settlements, have caused mounting national concern over erosion in the Canadian economy under the present inflationary conditions. Prospects that Canadian products will become too expensive to compete internationally, as happened to Canadian oil in the United States recently, have become "a very stark reality" in this trading nation, Prime Minister Pierre Elliot Trudeau said at his last news conference. "It if something that we must solve, or we will go down the drain if we price ourselves out of the market," He added last Thursday, just before beginning a vacation in which he will stay close to the capital. Within hours of Trudeau's .statement, the government announced a rise of 1.4 per cent in the Consumer Price INdex for July. The jump held the annual rate of inflation at 11 per cent, the highest since April. S.C. Reading Program Will End Saturday The summer reading program of the South Charleston Public Libray will end t next Saturday. He said the two craft were 600 to 800 feet off the ground when they collided. Hospital aides said Miss Gilbert suffered possible back and internal injuries. Ingersoll had head lacerations and possible back injuries. President Ford Accepts Four Resignations WASHINGTON - l/Pl - The resignation of Willard Deacon from the Interstate Commerce Commission was announced Saturday by the White House. In addition,, three other resignations accepted by President Ford were: Alfred J. Eggers Jr. as chairman of the Geothermal Coordination and Management Project, to be effective upon appointment of a successor. Louis M. Thayer from the National Transportation Safety Board, effective next Dec. 31. And, Otis L. Packwood as U. S. attorney for the District of Montana, effective Sept. 1. HAMMOCK Reunion - August 24th, Coonskin Park, shelters 18 and 19. HARRELL'MEMORIAL NURSING HOME-1514 VIRGINIA ST. EAST PHONE 343-7145 HAVE A DRINKING PROBLEM? NEED HELP? Call Alcoholics Anonymous 342-4315 or for more information write P. 0. Box 3121, Chas. 25331 Low Rates All Types Of Insurance Cancelled Auto Insurance Revoked Driver Licenses Reinstated SR22 Filings - Mobile Homes HAGGERTY INSURANCE SERV. Phone 744-25?6. Day or Night HIGH SCHOOL Senior or College Student needed for part time office work, while attending school, in St. Albans, South Charleston area. No shorthand. Bookkeeping knowledge helpful, not required. Call 722-2521 Mon. 9 thru 1 p.m. only. IF YOU havea salesor business background, or have some experience with Avon, Luzier's, Stanley, or Corey products, and would like to be paid what you are worth, call Mrs Kinder 744-5288, 9 to 5. SPORTS FIELD CAREER National corporation seeks representative to contact coaches, athletic directors, etc. in the greater Charleston area. Excellent opportunity to build a profitable career in a challenging field. Athletic background and sales experience helpful. Excellent draw plus liberal commission and semi-annual bonus. Profit sharing, fringe benefits. Call Monday or Tuesday (615) 384-9220 or (615)' 348-7511, ask for Mr. Mink or Mr.- Mann. r LUZIER Personalized Cosmetics 20% off all products. Complimentary demonstration. 755-3802.. MAKE new friends. Write CWV Pen Pals. Box 415, K.C. Mo. 64141. MARSHALL NIGHT SCHOOL RIDERS, Round trip, M-T-W-TH-S. From Court House, Charleston at 5 PM, via So. Charleston, St. Albans, and 1-64 points. Call 756-3822. PATRICIA GAILE COSMETICS Mary Wolfe 925-1394 PERSONAL Care Home for elderly ladies. Hurricane 562-5725. YOUNG dancing teacher looking for someone with basement or other suitable space to rent out. Would only be using three days a week. Will oav for all expenses. Call 342-6075. 5--Personal 7-Ctmettrr Lots BARGAIN--purchased in 1952 6 choice lots, Tyler Mt. Gardens. After 5, 727-9638. MAUSOLEUM FOR TWO. Cunningh am Memorial Park. Sermon on the Mount section. 727-1201, 727-7526. Mollohan Urges Low-Cost Homes MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) - Soaring building costs are jeopardizing the single-family home, Rep. Robert H. Mollohan, D-W.Va., said Saturday. In a statement released here the 1st , LOTS - ar(leno , Cnristesedion -Ty. District Democrat said home builders i er Mountain Memory Gardens. must produce low-cost homes, while the *·«»· government must provide assistancepro- grams. "A new house causes a demand for a refrigerator, a heating system, window glass and, in fact, favorably impacts on nearly every sector of our economy," he said. ABORTIONS 1 to 24 weeks pregnancies terminates by licensed physicians. Arrange ments made. Serving greater W. Va 1-800-321-1682-24 Hrs, WANT AD INFORMATION phone 348-4848 or Write Charleston Newspapers Classified Dept. P.O. Boi 2993. Charleston. W.Va. 25330 PREGNANT? AND NEED HELP RIGHT TO BIRTH CALL 755-1103, 24 hours ft--Ext union and Tra»el HAVE PARKING place statehouse- desire to form car pool. 8:30 to 4:30. 768-8494 after 5:30. TWO choice cemetery lots, Cunningh am Memorial Park, St. Albans-Section K. Overlooked by Apostle St. John. S300 each. 1-304-422-1133. · CLASSIFICATIONS* ANNOUNCEMENTS- 1 thru 7A EMPLOYMENT--8 thru 16. INSTRUCTIONS-17, 18 MERCHANDISE--19 hru 35 BUSINESS SERVICE--36 UVESTOCK-37 thru 40 MOBILE HOMES--41,42 TRAILERS-- 42-A. 42-B RENTALS--55 thru 65 ROOMS-67 thru 70 FINANCIAl-72 thru 78 AUTOMOTIVE--79 thru 89 DEADLINES · line Ads to stort Tues. thru Sot. 4 p.m. previous day. Line ads to start Sun. or Mon. 1 p.m. Sat. Classified display ll:30o.m. two days prior to publishing. f EMPLOYMENT 8-HHmHontw H«lp Wtd. A.C.E JR. ACCOUNTANT fee p» J700 INSIDE SAtES mgl potential 1650 o. A I I Cm. J SALES REP car exp. no overmoM St. Albans Student MOR. JRA.NEE^ GetS Assistantship SERVICE MANAGER ASSVSTANT S Dee Hill of St. Albans, a 1975 graduate »EO,CAU SALES .oca. fee paid of West Virginia State College, has re- INDUSTRIAL** MINES-··- ceived a $2.400 graduate assistantship at EXPERVENCEo'teietiwne« West Virginia University. ^y more - for info She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A.C.E. £ Hill of St. Albans. £ » QUARRIER MMMI MAY BLDG SeOO | CLOSED SUNDAY^ ·CANCELLATIONS* A D O R D E R E D CANNOT be chonged or cancelled prior to first insertion. ·CANCELLATION DEADLINES 4P.M. Mon. thru Fn.' ( 1 P.M. Saturday Charleston Newspapers will oc cept your ad over the phone bu' subject to payment within 7 days after cancellation. Business Ser vice advertisements accepted on o charge bosis only where the sidvertiser has o phone listed in his narre DEADUKFORLEGALS, 4:00 P.M. Two days prior to publication for boll: Gazette 4 Daily Moil. 4:00 P.M. Friday for Monday Gazette 4 Dorty Moil Over 4 cols, by prior agreement. PLEASE READ YOUR AD Advertisers should read their advertisements the FIRST DAY THEY APPEAR AND REPORT ERRORS in time for the next insertion. Charleston Newspapers are responsible for only the first incorrect insertion and p o allowance will be mode tcr nore than one incorrect insertion. · RATES ·'· 1 Effective Dec. 29, 1974 INDIVIDUALS Minimum Charge--SI .92 Consecutive Line. Days Run Rate 1 or 2 days 60 3 Days 54 4 Days 42 5 Days 36' 6 Days 32" 7 Days 30= (Exceptions: All businesses, individual and corporations, em- oloyment, instructions, rentals, financial, all services--see Commercial Rates). To figure cost of your ad, count words, divide by 4. multiply by number of days to run, multiply by rates. 2 line minimum. COMMERCIAL RITES IWESTVRCHU For ALL Business, Individual and Corporation, Employment, Instructions, Rentals, Financial and Services 1 Day 70 line 4 Days 64' line 7 Doys 58' 'me 30 Days 52" line Above Rales For Consecutive Issues CASH WITH ORDER For all ads originating outside Charleston's local teleohonc service area Please use the above role- guides to compute 'he coil of your ad ·HENTAISREAIESTATEO Hovwno purchases, rentals, and leasing *iolo''ons because of race, creed coio' sex. or cge.shouW be reported to he Chorles»cn Human Rights CoTMj£jioo. phone 348-6880. ·

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