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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 10

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 27, 1972
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10A--Aug. 27. 1972 Sitnrlay Gazette-Mail Charleston, Wwt Vlr«lnl» With Girl Friends Gone, Dr. Finch Trying Again tthe problem is to get acqutinted. But they all knew me because they had been reading about me for two years." By \VallniT Turner j p n r o l e officer who supervises '·.c .Vr-r Ynvfv- T M U C V .SYrjviv : Finch. The girl friend, iner- F,L DORADO SPRINGS, Mo. viewed by reporters in bars, --His voice is a u t h o r i t a t i v e , his said she and Finch were hnving mind is quick and his manner i s : a n a f f a i r , and t h a t she loved f i r m , hut Dr. H Bernard F i n c h j h i m and hoped his parole would is a deeply troubled man. H e ; n o t he canceled becaase of her. wants to resume medical prac-i ^he was trying to force me ticc hut has no license, | t o man .y here," Finch said in As the loser in a highly publicized murder he spent 12 years in j a i l . He e;'me here n n j parole last November, expecting to start a practice in this quiet backwater on the edge of the Missouri Ozarks. But it lias not worked out t h a t way, and so he is working as a hospit-.l X ray technician and is w a i t i n g impatiently. an interview. "When a guy conies out of prison, he's very vulnerable. And he's more vulnerable t o women than anything else. A guy is going to do stupid things, and I did stupid things." · * · The girl friend is gone now. FE.NCH WENT to prison and conspiring with Carole Tregoff, who was his secretary and lover, t o murder his wife. Barbara DR. n. B E R N A R D FINCH "7 Did Stiriid Things" ful surgeon, manager of a clinic and operator of a small hospital. "He began to give the pedi- j*ret', and I knew something was wrong," said the Bev. William C. Krudwig. pastor of St. Elizabeth's Roman Catholic Church. "Then he told us his man was in prison." That was in 1970. In a trip financed by the Chamber of Commerce, five members visited Finch in prison at Chino, Calif., near Riverside. They told him that they expected he could get a license to practice in Missouri. He has lost his California license as a convicted felon. "I told them the same thing I tell people now," he said. "Ij told them I would go anywhere! I could get a license to practice medicine." But since he came here, he; Flm , h nfm . _ 4 has not applied for a license. He: ' ' ' a lot in learn, he said. an Finc were arrested anri , ' ( K ,'"· · , ' f ,, ', ' reports monthly to a Missouri! erview in the home of a ; after three t r i a l s convicted.! 53 " 1 at t h e hepmnmR of the on! . pa ' ro , e officer ; Re WQrks 6g : riend here. For exam- j They were sentenced to life in: interview he has granted since : n o u r s or so a W eek as an X-ray! ' 'I knew I would have !o » o i j c a n Frinch ' !!t ' was also sent ' through exam?." he said" of his : TM r e d for commuting the mur- 1 hope lo pet a medical license d e l from the Missouri S t a t e Board It was .July 1959 thai Mrs. of Healing A r t s . "I knew it Finch was killed by blows t h a t would t a k e a residency or some- fractured her skull and by a gun- thing like t h a t . " " shot in her back. Miss Tregoff , He has a Inl in learn, he s a i d . a n d Finch were arrested and! · ' in an interview doctor friend pie, he almost lost everything--; prison and began t h e i r terms i n ' h e was released f r o m prison. ;technican (overtime adds about the work of friends, his parole.jl9fil. i He came to t h i s town of 3.000'$200 a month lo his ?600 base the hope of becoming a physi-r Miss Tregoff was paroled iir within t w o weeks of his r e l e a s e , s a l a r y ) and has just bought cian again--because he came] 1969. when she was 32, and now.from prison. The Rev. Burton house with a G. I. Bill loan. He here from California w i t h a g i r l ; w o r k s under a different name:Pierce, an Assembly of God was an AJr Force officer in friend and rented an a p a r t m e n t as a medical records keeper in] minister svho formerly knew'World War II. fnr her in N e v a d a . .Mo., 22 m i l e s j C o v i n a , a few miles from t h e i F i n c h in El Monte, Calif., h e a r d ' Finch said he held himself awa '- (West Covina home where Mrs.:that a committee of presidents together mentally during the A woman who said she spoke!Finch was murdered. j w a s trying to f i n d a doctor to years in prison by reading and for the women's clubs of t h a t ; "I will answer questions about'practice here and told them of by heavy physical'activity. Also, small c i t y called t h e M i s s o u r i ! a n y t h i n g except Carole Tregoff Finch q u a l i f i c a t i o n s - a success- 1 he said, it was easier f o r ' h i m because he went to prison as a celebrity. "Prison is like a city." he said, in reference to his time in San Quentin and three other California prisons. "There are thugs that you want to avoid, and there are people who will keep you and others who ignore you," he said. "You go there a stranger, and Casals Plays Cello Even in Hospital SAN JUAN, P. , Casals, the renowned cellist, in-j sisted on keeping up his daily cello practice while he was in the hospital for routine medical examinations. Mrs. Casals told a newsman that doctors found the 95-year-old maestro in good! Tired Workers Coffee Good to the Last Drop NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP)--A Nashville postal employe was seated on the steps of the post office Tuesday enjoying a cup of coffee. He placed the cup beside him and closed his eyes against the glare of the hot sun. At that point, an elderly woman passed by, paused and dropped a quarter into the astonished man's half-filled coffee cup. health. 1972 Eisenhower Silver Dollar L i m i t one per account I Uncirculated In A Plastic Coin Holder | Great for Collectors ... Great For Gifts . . . Great to Keep . | Charleston Federal's Interest I Is Stacked In Your Favor 5.87-, Per Year when earnings are compounded to maturity r,01,nKEV 1'ASSBOOK S A V I N G S ?inl M i n i m u m Deposit 1 IntPrPsi P.iid nr i ' i i m p m i n d r f l Q i i . i r t p r l v I)! Any A m i i i j n t Any Tine. W i t h d r a w a l . ; P e r r r i i l e d At'ter'.'i'ili.u I X S T R K ! ) S A V I N G S O N K Y E A R S A V I N G S CERTIFICATE SidiXi. M i n i m u m Deposit Interest ['aid or '(impounded Quarterly SAVINGS O r R R F . G r L A R I'A.-sBOOK S A V I N G S iv«i; Any A m o u n t \ ; , v T , : r . p rTfST Tnid or i "i:i|)i-vinrtprl Quarterly. \\ i:hdr.nval? Permitted I \ 1 I.T.P S A Y I N G S KM.K' ·.-!, n ';0. All Interest Computed Daily Paid or Compounded Quarterly INSURED SAVINGS T f i \ f - H . f - . H A L « , . ,, l f r t f l-t-rtcMl S,-r, ;r,yi .-mr ' ; ri: I'll i,n ;;·;.. ) . i K f ^ iinii. H,- ·,-,·.·' :it ., r ,,i ,,,;,,,, A , l.n.m i[i-i,r.,.i. ,· ; r f \ " : i i l . , 11 , - · ; ; , r a r e a - i " H \ R I . F S . :.! ',.'* nri'lpi ;· a hv i i - i i v i : M n Kor r(Miv-- :'r, a ri'iu-raiiy In- SA VINGS LOAN ASSOCIA TION 1320 K M n a u h a W^l. K a - f (.liarltMnn, ^ »·( ^ irirmi.i u j \ - c s-rpy ·rp-Tp.i: . - · · , ; · .·-. i - Dial :U2-OI W 1 2U9 Washington St. West 'ShopMonday 'til 9 Tuesday-Saturday 'til 5. Phone 343-9527 BOLL FURNITURE Final Reduction Sale!! For 4 days only, Save 20,30... up to 60% on beautiful new furniture for vour home. ·f Save as much as 60fc now during the Final Reduction of our annual August Clearance Sale. We've only one week to go so we've chopped our prices below sale prices. We need space for new merchandise. Some furniture on all 4 floors reduced. Most items one-of-a- kind. Buy now and take advantage of these once-a- year savings! Free delivery and set-up in your home. Terms arranged to suit your budget. Shop now . . . Chances are you'll find that something special you've been dreaming a b o u t . . . at below sale prices ... 209 Washington St. West. The Sale ends Thursday. Come in today. -DINING ROOMS- Solid cherry Statton drop leaf table. 4 bamboo Windsor chairs. $410 ... Sale $349 $319. Large Spanish pecan collection by Burlington House, China, Oval table and 6 cane back chairs. $888 ... Sale $699 $639 Thomasville's Cellini elegant collection of Italian provincial in cherry veneers. Complete stock now reduced SAVE 20% Cochrone's Bay Colony collection of Early A m e r i c a n in solid maple. All stock now reduced SAVE 20% -BEDROOMS- Henredon's Capri Louis XVI French in cherry. Triple dresser, mirror, chest, bed and nightstand. $1209 ... Sale $895 $849. Spanish pecan by Burlington House triple dresser with twin m i r r o r a r m o i r e , b e d a n d nightstand $644 ... Sale $549 $499 Thomasville's Cellini Italian Classic design in cherry veneers. Complete stock now reduced SAVE 20% Drexel's Velero, Mediterranean with wood covering in pecan. Complete stock reduced. SAVE 25% -CHAIRS- Chrome base modern ... $324 ... Sale $179 . $159 Celandon Chamber back S135 . . . Sale $89 .... $79 Contemporary pull-up SI 40 ... Sale 549 $39 2 green gold tapestry Spanish wings S290 . . . Sale $138 $179 2 Plaid rust loose pillow $220 Sale $159 ... $149 2 Celery loose pillows S214.. .Sale $149 $139 2 Rose-green prints $159. ..Sale $119 $109 Blue Floral print $169. . .Sale $119 $99 Red Velvet tub S152 .. .Sale $109 $99 Yellow Tufted $ 3 3 9 . . . Sale $199 $179 Blue lounge $380... Sale $249 $229 LA-Z-BOY RECLINERS A collection of different chairs in several styles and colors. Sale $ 199, now your choice. 189 -SOFAS- 90" white velvet chromebase $700. . . . Sale $498.. $479. 84'' Gold quilted floral $360.. .Sale $229 . . $199~ 86" Avocodo velvet loose pillow $365. . . . Sale $229 $199 84" Gold nose tapestry $407... Sale $249.. .' $219 86" Turquoise pattern tuxedo $508 . .Sale $299 $269 88" Blue-green traditional $382.. .Sale $219 $199 SLEEP SOFAS Green gold plaid $363 ... Sale $249 $219 Beige-blue linen $416... Sole $289 $259 LEES CARPET ON SALE INCLUDING PAD AND LABOR lees Hnve-A-F!ing. A shimmering silky nylon shag. 23 colors. Regular $13.45 sq. yd. installed S11.95 sq. yd. Lees High Favcr . . . long shag in 2 color combination. 16 different shades. Regular $11.45 sq. yd. Installed $9.95 sq. yd. Lees Wool Twist. 18 luxurious colors. Practical twist design. Regular $18.45 sq. yd. installed ·_-_···· 516.95 sq. yd. -DREXEL'S ESPERANTO- ALL STOCK OFF! You'll love Esperanto, Drexel's mos^ popular Mediterranean Collection. Now that our sale is ending, we've reduced our stock a full 33 ] /3%. Buy quality furniture now at sale price. - PICTURES-ACCESSORIES-LAWPS - Our distinctive selection of beautiful pictures lamps and accessories is reduced now during our August clearance sale. You'll find interesting and unusual items for your home now on sale. Save J /4 - % - % OFF

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