Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on September 3, 1972 · Page 3
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September 3, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 3

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JA--Sept. 3, 1972 Sunday GueUe.Mail Chirlnlon, W«t Vlr»l» Mother and Child Reunion Vera List and her son Manfred Berth were reunited in Orlando, Fla., Friday after 27 years. Mother and child were fleeing war-torn Berlin in 1945 when stopped by Soviet patrol and sent to separate detention camps. Mrs. List immigrated to the United States after being told her son died in an epidemic at the children's camp. (AP Wirephoto) WINDUP Legislators to Reconvene For 'Charged Up 9 Sessions By Joe Hall WASHINGTON-UN--The Congress reconvenes Tuesday for what leaders hope will be four-week windup session with some politically charged issues still to be settled. A major bill with bi-partisan backing to provide for sharing of federal lax revenues with the states and cities is considered certain to become law before the session ends. There may be sharp fights in the Senate over legislation to restrict school busing in desegregation cases and the welfare system. Congress must also make major decisions on defense and foreign aid spending, including whether it will seek to bring an end to the Vietnam war, before it adjourns. THE SENATE has by far the biggest remaining workload. But Majority Leader Mike Mansfield, D-Mont., has pledged to try to end the session by Sept. 30. Troops Out In Force In Belfast BELFAST--W--British troops reported they shot two guerrillas in a street battle in Belfast on Saturday after gunmen ambushed an army squad hidden in a civilian truck. At least three guerrillas of the outlawed Irish Republcan Army opened up on the truck as it cruised in the troublesome Roman Catholic Lower Falls district. The driver and another trooper in the front of the truck were dressed in civilian clothes, but a half dozen soldiers in the back were in uniform. When the ambush was sprung, the soldiers leaped from the truck and opened fire on the gunmen. The army said two of the gunmen were hit in the half-hour gun battle. No troopers were reported hit. Three armored personnel carriers roared in with reinforcements to rescue the ambushed squad. The army often sends "civilianized" vehicles into trouble areas to patrol and catch guerrillas off guard. A sniper wounded a Royal Marine commando in the tough New Lodge district of Belfast. Another soldier was hit in an ambush in the Crumlin Road zone. * * * TROOPS WERE out in force to prevent trouble in the city when several thousand Protestants marched in a parade organized by the Orange Order, a powerful Protestant society. The march along the sensitive "peace line" of Springfield Road, which divides the staunch Roman Catholic Ballymurphy sector and the P r o t e s t a n t Springfield zone, has touched off violence in the last two years. Troops sealed off side streets. The only crisis came when a mob of spectators, apparently Catholics, tried to surge onto the march route. They were held back by militants of the hardline Ulster Defense Assn., a massive Protestant citizens'I army, who linked arms to block them. But many legislators privately 92nd consider mid-October a more realistic goal. Others fear Congress cannot finish before the elections and will have to return in November for a lame duck session. There will be intense pressure at least to recess in early October so that the 25 senators and 383 House members seeking reelection will have a month to campaign before the Nov. 7 balloting. Mansfield is putting the Senate on a two-track system start- to revamp in S Tuesday in an effort to finish work on two major items of business promptly. In the mornings and early afternoon it will consider the U.S.-Russian five-year interim agreement on limitation of nuclear offensive weapons. » * * THE STUMBLING block on .his is a pending amendment by Sen. Henry M. Jackson, D- iVash., urging American nego- ;iators to seek equality in any 'uture talks with the Soviets. It s opposed by sponsors of the ·atification measure who say it 'alsely implies the United States is in an inferior position. Later each day the Senate will turn to the $34.8 billion revenue sharing bill approved by the finance committee. There will be some dispute over the formulas for allocation of funds in this measure, but ii is expected to pass handily though perhaps with some floor amendments. A strong anti-busing bil passed by the House just before the two-week recess for the Republican National Convention began is not on. the Senate schedule for the windup weeks. However, Southerners and some Republicans have saic they will do all they can to gel the issue before the Senate for vote before adjournment. Civil rights activists have pledged to kill it with a filibuster if necessary. The issue of welfare reform is tied up in a massive Social Security-welfare bill passed by the House 14 months ago and stalled since in the Senate Finance Committee. Of all foreign-born citizens living in West Virginia, the greatest number is from Italy --3,847. In addition, there are 14,059 other West Virginians who have at least one Italian parent. imers 809 Quorricr Street SHIRTS Regularly '10. NOW $|99 Long Sleeve and Short Sleeve Styles Open Tuesday Night TOMORROW ONLY FAD'S Fantastic 6 Hour Warehouse Cleanout!! Six Hours Only.. .Dunbar Warehouse... Labor Day 10 A. M.-4 P.M. FAD has cleared a 10,000' area in the Dunbar warehouse and assembled an incredible collection of soiled, damaged, returned,'odd merchandise that we must dispose of immediately at an^ price. Call it what you w a n t . . . a garage sale ... rummage sale ... odds 5 n ends sale ... there is a bargain for everybody at unbelievable prices as low as 5 C on a dollar. PLEASE · NO PHONE ORDERS, LAY-A-WAYS,j I C.O.D.'S. All sales cash, BankAmericard or Re- 1 volving Credit. LOCATION FAD WAREHOUSE FAD WAREHOUSE (formerly Gravely building) next to the railroad racks between 12th. 16th. Streets on Charles ]' .Avenue in Dunbar, W. Va. Read This List and Believe It.. .Because It's Absolutely True! FURNITURE (Partial Listing Only) 149.95 199.95 99.95 139.95 199.95 119.95 169.95 139.95 59.95 MONTCLAIR high back floral wing chair JAMISON sleeper sofa gold nylon SEALY sofa bed STRATOLOUNGER extra large in dark green vinyl Green vinyl 3 cushion sofa. MONTCLAIR colonial quilt wood trimmed chair , Imported Swedish high back swivel chair, black vinyl MONTCLAIR 100% Herculon patchwork swivel rocker Woodgrain 5 pc. dinette 15°° 9990 15°° 55°° 40°° 30°° 10°° 20°° 25°° 149.95 Round dinette with 4 hi back chairs ... 169.95 BROYfflLL cherry 3 leaf French dining room table. 249.95 BASSETT French cherry china 139.95 'BASSETTcontemporary walnut buffet 149.95 Colonial maple finished 5 pc. dinette 29.95 BERNHARDT French dining chair 14.95 Maple side chair. (Several from $2 to $5.00) 49.95 Aluminum and redwood folding loveseat 2 chairs 45°° 75 oo 65°° 35°° 35°° ... 3°° 2°° 20°° TABLES.. .TABLES... TABLESb _ 2 5 ONLY- OVER 100 LIVING ROOM TABLES AND NIGHT STANDS. THERE ARE PECAN AND MARBLE, OAK, CHERRY, WALNUT, GLASS AND CHROME ETC. ETC. PRICES START AT $4.99 for maple steptables. We have Bassett, Western Stickley, Lane and many others one of a kind, scratched and some heavily damaged. All Metal Kitchen Stools 48 BEDDING Most are torn or soiled none are used. We have twin, full size and Queen. All are either Sealy or Southern Cross. Stack #1 Your choice m attresses and S O 0 0 box springs mixed sizes O Stack #2 v ri, ' Your Choice 199.95 PHILC 06,000 BTU air conditioner 269.95 G.E. 12' two door white. 269.95 G.E. Harvest 2 door 389.95 G.E. Copper 18' 2 door FROST FREE. 229.95 G.E. 12'upright 359.95 G.E. Avocado side by side refrigerator freezer , APPLIANCES (Partial Listing Only) .. 30°° ... 50°° ... 40°° 225°° 125°° 21900 249.95 G. E. turquoise automatic defrost 2 door refrigerator freezer 459.95 G.E. Walnut 21" color console TV 239.95 Philco Casement air conditioner 6000 BTU 399.95 PHILCO copper side by side refrigerator freezer 17" 249.95 G.E.525Ib. chest freezer 95°° 29900 ...65°° 19900 14900 FURNITURE APPLIANCE DISCOUNT Note: This is an incomplete list. Many color TVs and other appliances will be added to this list. NOTICE!! i St. Albans Store Closed Labor Day »Charleston Store Open 1 P.M.to6PJVL

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