Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on September 10, 1972 · Page 5
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September 10, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 5

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BA-8«pt. 10. 1972 'S^^JK^.,...^.^ Selected Gravesites To Get Special Care A special maintenance program for selected gravesites at Spring Hill Cemetery will start April 1, 1973. President Fred L. Rippetoe of the Spring Hill Cemetery Assn. said the program will apply only to those gravesites owned by persons who have paid into a permanent trust fund. All such sites will be marked to indicate that they are in a "perpetual care" program. The association will get necessary maps from the city engineering department so that the locations of all sites can be specifically designated. The fund, now up to $74,335, Mayor D. Boone Dawson, vice president; Laura Singleton, secretary; Mrs. Hamilton Morris, treasurer; and Eliza MacCorkle Smith, Ruffner Payne and former Mayor John A. Shanklin, directors. Is expected to reach $100,000 or possibly $125,000 by next spring. Rippetoe said. About $500,000 to $600,000 is needed for a full program, he added. The maintenance program will be financed by fund investments. Accumulated interest to date amounts to $1,686. All maintenance work will be done under contract on a bid basis. Payments by more owners Into the fund and cooperation by churches and civic clubs in · = ", »--·?.va., oaLmuaj fund-raising activities wer e |charged President Nixon with urged by the association presi-j breaking or violating "almost dent. All payments or contribu- ever y promise he made four tions are deposited in the trust ites, for which no money has been paid into the fund, will continue to be the responsibility of the city. This program has been regarded as inadequate for many years. There are about 65,000 graves in the old cemetery. About 1,200 to 1,500 have been brought under the projected special program. The decision to start the program next April was made at a meeting of association officers last week at Rippetoe's residence, which serves as the organization's principal office, 1582 Quarrier St. Other officers are former Minister Mohammed Hassan Zciy- yat, former Egyptian permanent representative to the United Nations and -former information minister, was named Egyptian foreign minister Saturday. He replaces Murad Ghalch, who was fired after holding the office only eight months. (AP Wirephoto) Mollohan Hits Nixon Failures PARKERSBURG, W.Va. (AP)-Rep. Robert H. Mollo- h a n , D-W.Va., Saturday department "of National Bank. the Charleston Under an ordinance passed by city council last April, Charleston has raised the sale price of cemetery lots and is setting aside 25 per cent of the proceeds for deposit in the fund. Maintenance of other graves- years ago." In a speech to the Wood County Democratic Women's Club, Mollohan said, "You are going to hear a lot of happy words from the Republicans and Mr. Nixon in the next few months about how rosy everything is in our country." should consider the problems of unemployment, inflation, continued war efforts and divisions at home--problems Mollohan said Nixon had failed to act on. Eastern Star Plans Dinner, Initiation Charleston Chapter 88 of the Order of the Eastern Star will hold its annual membership dinner at 6:15 p.m. Monday. The regular meeting will follow at 8 p.m. with an initiation He cautioned that voters j for candidates for membership. jPrice Hike. Refund i /r Is Denied Chrysler their increases after Oct. l. whether th« »uto price increases WASHINGTON-tf-The Price Commission said Saturday it has turned down a proposal by Chrysler Corp. UK boost prices on its 1973 models and then refund the extra charges if the government finally turns down the increase. It was the latest development in the administration's effort to keep prices on 1973 automobiles down. And the decision came as the commission prepared for a round of public hearings beginning Tuesday on the automobile industry and pricing practices on its 1973 models. The commission said Chrysler wanted to put a notice on each car saying that it was offering a tentative price and promising a refund if the government approved a smaller price after public hearings. Chrysler is seeking to raise car prices by $91.32 to cover the cost of safety equipment, bumpers, pollution controls, plant safety, environment and products improvements. THE COMMISSION has rejected proposed price increases by the two largest auto makers, Ford and General Motors, on grounds that each appeared to be in danger of violating allowable profit margins. However, the two companies plan to refile Finland, E. Germany To Establish Relations HELSINKI--W--Finland and East Germany have agreed to establish diplomatic relations, the Finnish government announced. The commission said its pub- lie hearings would be designed toj gather facts on the entire industry, not necessarily evidence on justified. The hearings came about only because c o n s u m e r advocate the commission, which »gr«ed and the suit was dropped. Nader will be the last scheduled witness at the hearings, the Ralph Nader filed suit against commission announced. 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