Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 23, 1974 · Page 13
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 13

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 23, 1974
Page 13
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14% 2Transport Systems to Start 1fce Upper Kaaawfca YaJley LoaproYexaefti CoomeU lac. »iU ieaugtuate a uratsporta- tioa system for persons livi*^ to the ftuat Creek art Kdiys Creek area beginning this week. Service to the Paint Creek area will begin Monday, The bus will serve Holly Grove, Gallagher, Livingston and Standard, and will make connections with the Regional Transit Authority bus going to Montgomery and Charleston, It will run up Paint Creek on Mondays and Thursdays. Bus service in the Kelleys Creek area will be inaugurated Tuesday and will serve Ward, Mammoth, Pond Gap, Laurel Fort, RateieY, Spa* gler aad Blue Bell Park. It will provide eg**ectioas with Greyfeottftd at Cedar Grove for persons going either east of G. Ray rf the traasportauoe tee of toe council lx» C. Kinder is director. WANT TO SELL SOMETHING? Use a low cost Gazette-nAail Want Ad. Over a 1,000 people do every day! And they get re- su!'.»! Just call 348-4M8 and let one of our friendly Advisors help you word your ad. MOHEY FROM IDEAS! INVENTIONS WANTED PATENTED OR UNPATENTED If YOU kave an idea or an in«tnlion (patented or unpaieattd/ that you hove Hod In wind for some time--perhaps NOW It the tine that you should call on us for on appointment so that we may evaluate your ideas in respect to the needs of manufacturers and marketing companies throughout the world. We ore diligently seeding new ideas that have profit potential. Your idea ·ay well be the one that we ore looking for!! Take the first step and call us now for immediate action. Keep in mind that our initial CONSULTATION is FREE!!! Also, we will send you our free DooKItt -Tru** Words That Can Opwi a Golden New World for You"!! BJO Ew DMA AM. DM Mrnnm. ·. MCI I PHONE (312) 827-2170 Gentlemen: send me your free information con- cefmn| your assistance to inventois. I understand that I am under no obligation. Name . Address City State Zip : . Phone Mingling Getting acquainted at Charleston's Municipal Auditorium are guests at the on-going circuit conference of Jehovah's Witnesses. Twenty-three con- gregations from western and central sections of West Virginia and eastern Kentucky are in Charleston for the affair. (Staff Photo by Ferrell Friend) Cambodian Insurgents Attack Convoy FAMOUS MAKE DRESSES AND PANTSUITS PHNOM PENH, Cambodia ( A P ) -- Insurgent gunners fired three rockets into the area around the presidential palace Saturday evening, and opened fire on a 20-vessel convoy seven miles from Phnom Penh in their most damaging attack in more than a year. No casualties were reported in the rocketing, but port sources said the rebels sank a . rice barge, disabled a freighter and damaged two others, !and killed two sailors and - wounded two guards. 1 The attack, which occurred ;j when, the six-ship and 14-barge -:cpnvoy;.was within sight of ;Phnom Penh's waterfront, - sank one river barge carrying ' more than 2,000 tons of American rice, for the capital. "-Another freighter with unknown cargo was disabled and ".tugboats were moving down; river to tow it into port, the -sources said. Two other ; ~ freighters'were'also hit, suf- -fering "some damage." ' - ;The Mekong River is Phonm ;-Pehh's lifeline for supplies · Cbeing shipped into the capital ^Because all roads leading to the 'provinces have been cut ;ior-more than six months. ; The convoys, paid for with ^U.S. aid funds and including Csnips from several countries, ; have arrived in the capital in -·recent years on an average of a week. SALE! OUR FAMOUS MAKE SHORTS AND PRINT TOPS Regularly Priced 15.00 to 26.00 11.90 .::- IN ANOTHER develop; ;,ment, informed sources said '.· Lt. Gen. Sosthene Fernahdex, ·J the commander of Cambod- -'ia's armed forces, is one of 17 !; generals to be retired in the ;; hear future for corruption or ·-incompetence. ; * 'Also included on the list is Maj. Gen. Thappana Ngin, ·;;.Avho was recently renamed to [·Premier Long Boret's 17-man /cabinet as second deputy * 'premier, defense minister and /-minister of veterans, invalids,. --.widows, orphans, public "iworks and post and telecom- ; ;"munications. '. * The sources did not know if "Thappana would continue to hold his ministerial portfolios. ". Other generals, mostly brigadiers, include division and staff commanders, and province chiefs. ; The sources said U.S.Ambassador John Gunther Dean has, been urging a weeding but of generals in the armed forces since his arrival . in Phnom Penh more than two months ago. He is known to be upset . about corruption, including · the selling of food and ammu- . nition to insurgents, and incompetence on the battlefield, ! a diplomatic source reported. Book Van Scheduled In Fayette ' The Fayette County bookmobile will visit these communities this week: ; - : Monday, Glen Jean. 11:30 .m. to 12:30 p.m.: Pax. 1 to 2!p.m. . Tuesday, Beckwith. 10 a.m. to 11:30a.m.: Lansing. 1 to2 19.90 Wednesday. Scarbro, noon tt 12:30 p.m.: East End. Ho 2 pm .Thursday, Dixie, 10a.m. to noon: Jodie. 1 to 2p.m.; Gau- iey Bridge. 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. ' -Friday, Deepwater, 10 to 11 aim.; Robson. 11:15 to 11:45 a.m.;jBeards Fork, noon to 1 Q THE SHORTS... Easy-core, comfortable 100% polyester with elastic pull-on waist styling. Assorted popular colors in sizes 8 to 18. m AA . · Regularly 9.00, SAUlv 7 T THE TOPS... Stunning screen print tops of 100% polyester. All are cool, sleeveless style so right for hot weather. Sizes S-M-L. .... ft Oil Regularly 14.00 SALEOt77 BETTER SPORTSWEAR-Second Floor ... right from our regular fine stock come these terrific values! Short sleeve and sleeveless styles, 100% polyesters and blends, and in a choice of newest summer colors. Misses' and half sizes. Come early! NOW 11.90-19.90 VUV HABIV CIIITC ··^rww · i.^w · «· w THE r AHT jUITj . . .two-piece styles--all from our regular stock. 100% polyester for easy-care and good looks. Choose from checks and prints in misses' sizes. MOW 1Q BUDGET CORNER--Second Floor I1V1¥ · »« shop rnonday 10 to 9 · phone 346-0981 i Kama* shop mood ay , 9 I ·phone 3^0981

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