Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on September 10, 1972 · Page 6
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 6

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, September 10, 1972
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6A---Sept. 10, 1972 Guette-Mail hirlMton. WM Vlrilrt*. _ 2 Charged in Virgin Islands' Slayings CHRISTIANSTED, St. Croxi,| ON FRIDAY, police raided a violation charges after officers,they were directly connected' with the shooting. Tonkin has declined to say how he knew the five were not Uninvited President Nixon was an uninvited, but welcomed guest Saturday at the wedding of Daniel and Cathy Conte in Wilkes Barre, Pa. The President, shown here congratulating the newly-weds, was touring the flood-damaged area when he noticed the bridal party leaving the church and stopped the caravan to congratulate the couple. (AP Wirephoto) TM«.^ U Ml*!!iy," 10 " °" TM £ ·"*""'« «MAT *«» «"AT «:30-9:00-OTHM DATS 'Til 5:00 (CLOSED eil. 207 *r 219 A NEW CONCEPT IN HAIR COLOR COLOR-BALANCE PROCESS Throw away your old fashioned ideas of the brassy, dull dry or straw-like tinted hair of the past. As a result of advanced scientific research, there are conditioners built into today's tinting formulas that keep hair softer, silkier and more manageable than ever before. While the color is being carried deep into the hair, the conditioners are at work. This results in a true, natural looking color, plus extra body and shine. With our new Color-Balance techniques the luster and sparkle of your hair comes ·through. You see the thick, creamy texture of the tint and feel confident that it is being kind to your hair. Dependable ROUX Fanci-tone Creme Hair Tint and the unerring eye of our Color Artists make the difference. They know how to achieve a beautifully believable shade and as a'finishing touch they give you a custom conditioner for added hair health insurance. COLOR-BALANCE TINTING (one process) 10.00 complete with shampoo, and conditioner. BEAUTY SALON--Mezzanine Nitro Policemen Investigating Warehouse BE V. l~4St--Mty. Gen. Ronald Ton-|house in Frederiksted, about said they found a large cache of ikin of the Virgin Islands an-l fcur miles from the dub on thisj weapons. nounced Saturday that two men' ., . , , , m., (·..... war* nn t ;H D ntifio.i 'have been charged with eifihti 8o " squar ^ mile lsland and ar " identilieu I counts of first-degree murder ini rested five men cn arms law I and Tonkin said, "I don't think! directly involved in the killings. 'the rcbbery-slayings at the plushl Fountain Valley Golf Course Wednesday. Eight Americans--four tourists from Miami and four club em- ployes--were gunned down in the robbery. Tonkin identified the two arrested suspects as Beaumont Gereau and Meral Smith and said each had been charged with eight counts of first-degree murder and 'with the crime of robbery." He gave no other details and refused to answer questions after the brief news conference at the clubhouse of th» Rockefeller- owned golf resort. Despite the announcement, teams of specially trained FBI agents and police continued to scow the nigged hillsides for the remaining members of the I five-or six-member robbery | gang. j "We are continuing the investigation." Tonkin said. 'Earlier. Tonkin said at a news briefing. "We think we know who it was done by and we think we I now have the identity of the | killers." Fred Lovell. a state health officer from Athens, Ga., arrived Friday night on the nearby island of St. Croix and made positive identification of two of the dead, his brother-in-law, Charles Meisenger, and his sister, Joan. The other Miami couple, Richard and Mattie Ruth Griffin, were identified by their son, Ronald Griffin of Lake Park, Fla., who also arrived | here Friday night. Police have identified the others killed as John Gulliver, a groundskeeper from Lunenburg, Mass.; Patricia Tarbet, an em- ploye in the golf club's pro shop; Nick Beale, an electrical contractor, and Aliston C. Lowry, Beale's helper and a native Caribbean More than $500 in electrical | equipment was stolen from a while the squads of lawmen jNitro w a r e h o u s e Saturday continued to hack their way i morning, Nitro police said. j through steaming bush country ! Entry was gained into the |With machetes. Tonkin said the iNitro Electrical Warehouse a t i f 3 ** owne ^ by (J, e Electrical equipment and tools) Rockefeller family, covers 350 were then removed through the rear of the store. acres of what was once a 4,000- acre sugar cane plantation Sgt. K. L. Webb is investigat- carved out of the tangled hilling the break-in. sides. Go the whole way and have a re-styling haircut for a new you! 3 PERSONAL APPEARANCE HERBERT A. PHILBRICK AUTHOR OF I LED THREE LIVES MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 11:00-2:00-4:00-6:00 For nine years Mr. Philbrick served as a confidential informant for the F.B.I, inside the Communist Party, U.S.A. He was a member of the Young Communist League, an officer in the leading youth communist front, American Youth for Democracy; a member of the Agitation and Propaganda division of the Communist Party and member of the Professional Revolutionist. Mr. Philbrick was one of the key witnesses in the trial of the "top eleven" communists before Judge Harold Medina, whose convictions was upheld by the Supreme Court. Since that time, Mr. Philbrick has written and lectured widely on the subject. Join him in our Book Shop, Fifth Floor of the Diamond, Monday, September 1 1 at BOOK SHOP--Fifth Floor Jdf MMir IN rtlBlY riM-M-OTIM tilt TV. Hi (ClWfH SHOIY) 3II.9J11 SAVE ON THESE GREAT PLAYTEX STYLES SAVE $101 NEW STYLE «173 In 42B on CROSS YOUR HEART* Cotton Brat SAVE $101 Style '36-Cotton Stretch Bra -stretch jtraps-32/36A, 32/408 32/42C ...J!or»S.M on CROSS YOUR HEART* Slrtlch Brat Style '39--Cotton double undercup panel* for extre support-- Slyl* 173-Colton/Lict eups- ·Ketch »lr«M- Stylt U1-lic« Cupt-Cotton Str«p»-32/MA 32/40B, SAVE $101 en CROSS YOUR HEARTS Tricot Brtt 34/42D...aiertt.H SAVE $201 on "i can't b«lle»«H'it girdla" 8 girdla On sale for the first time Slyi» «5-Th« comfort ol iricol in a CROSS YOUR HEART Br«-32/36A. 32/40B, 32/42C . . . Only ft.H, 32/42D-I4.SI Style *88-Fib«rfill lined CROSS YOUR HEART Tricot- 32/36A. 32/408,32/400... Onlf M.H Shortie Avcraea Leg How Only I11.H- SALE ENDS SEPT. 30,1972 Long Leg Now Only I1J.H SAVE $151 on Playtt* Padd«d Bra Regular Girdle Now OrHf 10.t»* High Waist Panty Now Only $15.99' High Waist Girdle Now Only $13.99- All stylf s S. M. L. XL. XXL (·XL, XXL-J1.00mor«) Style '56-Full Lic« Cup- back and strap* 32/36A, 32/38B . . . 2 lor tMI JTTU «M: Top C«»; eottAfl, ttjO*. lotl*n ( lick; cotton ·fit". iMHdci. ITTLtJ M, 173. 111. Tee Cue rjcm«. *cel*te, CUlt'C "T!V». IPindet. rilltic riTDN. Cotton Sotlom Cup. lick 1 tmin t cotton, t I nil it, nrfQA. tfilMci. l«nd Eliittc. celton. rtyon. teintfti. nylon. STYLES 'Bi A 86 Cuci *j\6n C*nt*t lind Rick CUftic. "rW". iM"fi. Clntic. riTQn. cotton. « T i 8 n. in-flti StTle 'M fiUfli^r Hlmttr. STut 'bfi Top Cup Ftcni A lid, 1*1101*1 Cu» tpiAd«i. (miic. tetto*. cttttn. lain, runti?r. Crolcti. nylon Second Floor Foundations Charleston-St. Albans ":.°, -Nitro Clendenin LVALUE · VALUE ; VALUE : · " - - · E ·mm BOLL FURNITURE'S FALL CARPET SALE! Carpet your floor with colorful new Lees carpets. Select yours now from Boll's and save 10% on carpet, pad and labor! Here's your o p p o r t u n i t y to select q u a l i t y carpet for vour home and save. It's Boll F u r n i t u r e ' s a n n u a l Fall Carpet Sale. Our collection of over 800 different Lees a n d L a u r a l c r e s t c a r p e t s i s n o w sale p r i c e d a t 10', savings i n c l u d i n g carpet, your choice of pad and ins t a l l a t i o n costs. We have a vast array of d i s t i n c t i v e c a r p e t i n g w i t h p l e n t y of variety in color, texture and price range. Come feel the newest shags. Step into luxurious wool plushes. Notice the beautiful colors available in Lees carpets. Each carpet from Lees is carefully designed and manufactured to the highest quality standards. Our decorators will be happy to assist you in finding the^perfect carpet for your home. Come in and take a look today. Our sale prices are in effect u n t i l Saturday, September 30th. Be sure to allow yourself enough time to choose the best color and texture. We're located at 209 Washington St. West at the corner of Tennessee. There's plenty of parking nearby. Use of 90 day account without finance charge or our b u d g e t a c c o u n t w i t h up to 18 months to pay «l 3 n!f " ' ' V % l ty Carpet ,: e x p e r t installation and sale prices . . . that s a combination vou can't afford SS ' ?43 " ' TM 209 Washington St. West Shop Monday 'til 9 Tue«dsv-Saturday 'til o Interior Designers Phone 343-9527 r\

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