Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on September 10, 1972 · Page 29
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Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, September 10, 1972
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^ ~--~ u r t o n , Wwt "'ftnlt A-Frame Will Fit Anywhere Rv AnHv T -I**** » Nader By Andy Lang The Associated Press Whether the setting is the majestic beauty of a winter scene or the tranquil splendor of a summer landscape, this A-fra me design hits the target for fun-time vacation or year- round informal family living. Economy is one of the principal advantages of an Aframe design since the roofing ma t e r i a 1 which comprises most of the sides is generally lower in cost than conventional siding and requires less upkeep. This particular version falls into that category. It is especially suited for a level lot or for terrain where excavating would be difficult. It can be built to be compatible with the environment without any need undue alteration of the I'm O. Howig Hustles, the improv«ment minded Gazette- Mail Classified Ad. I work both ways for you. I sell things you don't want anymore ond set you cosh for them. Then you can buy things you need for fall iprucing up. So dial 348-4348 to sell, then :ec,. my pages lor good values to buy! for site. HIGHLIGHTS of "this design by architect William G. Chirgotis are the soaring front prow-Alpine roof effect, enhanced by the vertical boards and battens; stained roof shingles; a massive stone chimney; and the boat-shaped sundeck which provides ample outdoor living space. The side entrance foyer makes easy access and good traffic circulation to all of the rooms. Open planning is stressed by the one large visual area which serves as a living room, dinette and kitchen. Plenty of counter and storage space is included in the kitchen, which is nice enough for a permanent home; and formal as well as informal meals can be accommodated at the dinette end of the living room. TO THE LEFT of the foyer but not visible from the activity area, is the laundry with washer and dryer, a heater room, shower stall, dressing area and a service door to the outside. There is one bedroom on the first floor and space for two more bedrooms and bath upstairs which may be built at a later date if so desired. If the front bedroom of the upper floor is omitted, the second floor stair can led to a balcony overlooking the open stone-faced fireplace below and the living area with its cathedral ceiling. FOR YEAR-ROUND LIVING, provision is made for a supplemental heating unit in the utility room. Although the plan is of basetnentless de- sign, a full basement is possible if the physical land characteristics permit, with the basement stair located under the main stair. The first floor bathroom, with its alcove bathtub and other fixtures, is backed up to nearby laundry for economy. To the growing numer of families who today desire to own a second home, there isn't much doubt about the suitability of this A-frame design. s Sculptured ^Beauty '»'Cfedeml OPTIONAL CATH. CEIL, m L.R. SECOND FLOOR PLAN 441 SQ.FT. (Continued From Page 2C) automobile engines and other rational alternatives will attract users, and consumers. One calculation of OEP's conclusions is that the fuel savings can reduce the projected reliance on imported oil in 1980 by two-thirds. Since the full report has been leaked to a few trade and press sources in Washington, the White House finds its delayed publication plans in a dilemma. 0 r i g i n a 11 y, the schedule was to release the report after the election, a few weeks ago, sizeable sections of the annual report of the executive offic of the President--Council on Environmental Quality were deleted because of their mild criticism of certain industries. What do you think the bureaucrats are planning to do no w ? Your Horoscope By Jeane Dixon 2--In Memoriom 3--Lost and Found LOST: LIGHT tan male Chihuahua, very! small. Ar.swers to "Dinky". Vicinity 1 Kanawha Boulevard, w. Please call 3M-9012. LOST; Miniature _trose School. Cj Dachshund, ] 74W593. near Mon- LOST: FRIDAY, Bulova petite watctT, fashioned with diamonds. Call 344-1374. LOST: Large yellow, long hair cat al Bakers Run, Sutton over Labor Day weekend. Answers to Buffy. Had flea ^collar. REWARD. 344-8553 enlH-rt ^-- - ' wiTso~ LOST: Pet skunk. ... Albans area. Please ,722-3050. Avenue, St. return. Reward. 4---Special Notices "CUSTOM"dri CHOIRS, bands, show businels and. schools, singers, solo performers, ministers invited to phone or come in for available dates to make their records! in country 8. western, gospel, rock and! contemporary music fields and religion.! ASK for Contract D ; roctnr Staqe 4 1 ...Studios^ 168' j_Laidley St'ree't. 342-1341 I CONFIDENTIAL PRIVAtE^lnvestiflitoF:! ^imlnal--Accident investiaa- | CONFIDENTIAL Private Investigator -! Domestic, criminal, and accident inves- 'canons. Day and night. 344.3740. CUSTOM ! Service. dressmakino 18 Bridge HOME Decor Road. 343-0751, _ . DEBTS--On amTafterThVdalVrSepterrT- ber 10, 1975, I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself, William j. Barrett 120 Pine Street, Dunbar.JA/est Virginia DE . BTS -° n and a " fr tni5 dale, Seotem- ber 9, 1972, I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself, Mr:.. Virginia Ruth Wills,; 705 Carroll Street, St. Albans, West Virqin'a. SUNDAY, SEPT. 10 Your birthday today: Ushers in an era of healthy personal development. What you hang onto now becomes tomorrow's burden. Relationships change gently, become more spiritual or less intense. Today's natives h a v e lively imaginations, can spin a tall tale on any subject. Aries [March 21-April 19]: The quiet of Sunday provides a vacuum in which your bright idea seems like a potential rainbow--perhaps it really is. Taurus [April 20-May 20]: Share what you have with those you love; make it a social Sunday free from efforts at business or concern over theories. Gemini [May 21-June 20]: Make the rounds of your community, catch up on all the l a t e s t developments. Then gather all for a social gathering. Cancer [June 21-JuIy 22]: Small changes turn out to be significant. You should be in your element of promoting good home life, domestic tranquility. Leo [July 23-Aug. 22]: Experiments bring interesting results, particularly where children are involved. Outdoor doings have a special appeal to all. Virgo [Aug. 23-Sept. 22[: There's excitement, news-of a personal nature, something to celebrate. Gather friends and share the joy of being alive. Libra [Sept. 23-Oct. 22]: In the midst of the holiday feeling of this Sunday there's a chance open to attend a l o n g -neglected practical need. Scorpio [Oct. 23-Nov. 21]: It's time you took a good look at what you think your problems are. Realize some are created or made worse by your attitudes. Sagittarius | Nov. 22-Dec. 21]: Propose simple quiet sharing of favorite pastimes and pleasures once you've done your share of community formalities. Capricorn [Dec. 22-Jan. 19]: Listening well now can b r i n g you insight that awakes strong motivation to do better, live a simpler, more effective life. Aquarius [Jan. 20-Feb. 18]: Think about your public image, make changes where indicated. Fresh contacts include unfamiliar but intriguing challenges. Pisces [Feb. 19-March 20]: Go to church, then make a full social adventure of this pleasant-enough Sunday. No plan is going to be complete, add as you go. _HiMs, New York 'l!37S. 3k Q cataiog-j8--Mi«eljanwu$J^el£jVtd._ 8--Miscellaneous Help Wtd. · ores ;CASHIER and Concession help wanted-- SERVICE ,VAN--Elect. Bacogound-SA/JOO LOCAL " 5668"Unifi*) "ciMiixn'rt. ' "~"-,\ . p y m P*" 0 " Kearse Theatre, b e - . A . c . E. -- 316 Ouarrier s t ' ' -- 344-9641 AmericaTwill accept sealed^bid- nnfl ! '"" 2 and "' no p)lon ° calls D] "TM- ADVG ' SALES-CollKje preferred-S10,OCn 4 p.m . O c t o b e r " ?975 ori eon£uclion' CARP f; NTER Qr , mai "«TM"« and repair*. C. E. - 816 Ouarriw St. - 344-9841 of a 16' addition to existing structure' fu " °. r , wrt time, semi-retiree consider-; S E R V I C E station man for day shift. No on oroperty located on Rt 2 3 SIIK! ff .. Wnte B °* A "- 3 ' 3 ' c/0 Gazelte-V,»ll.j phone calls. Apply in person, 7 a.m.-3 South of Ravenswood, W Va 'AH worki-- ' -------5_E?r_hour and phone. , p.m., Cilv Esso, Washington at Ruffner. . . . . a. All wot*. ^L,-TM.. r:^p|_QY^r:jqf-'SHIRJ Mshcr. Apply in person. Gard- P.O.'Bolt'56. RawSSw'vTTM"^ f j5 ld helBful ' sslcs ° rientc "f bidT" '^ ri9h ' '° feieCt anv ° r F'ELD REP. Trainee, BS, aggressive, rngr. polenlial, benefits. A new kitchen your entire family w i l l enjoy! Solid sculptured oak with deeply recessed panels highlighted by antique hardware. DmasuiTv fmiih provides protection from mars and'stains. FIRST FLOOR PLAN "~STUDY~PLAN Cnnie in, see haw easy it is for you to enjnv the he.auty and convenience of a new kitchen. Arranged to jit your family needs. Fits your budget, too! Selecf from o variety of styles and finishei Before you buy- See W. Va.'s Largest Kitchen and Vanity Display Sove's kitchen planning experts hove years cf experience and con remodel your kitchen to suit your own paticular need and budget. And you have a choice selection of styles and finishes. Each kitchen is designed with you in mind. Come see our latest kitchen displays with built-in appliances and many other time saving conveni- e n c e s . W e h a v e many model kitchens on display to help you in planning yours. Bring your measurements or one of our experts will come to your home and plan . with you. No obligation. r SAVE SUPPLY CO. -P.O. Box 71 Charleston, W. Va. I am interested in a new KITCHEN C B A T H G V A N T ' O R C Send Information Q Have Salesman Call (Without Obligation, of course.) Name Address City State FREE PARKING ON OUR LOT WEST SIDE STORE FREE ESTIMATES KITCHENS-BATHROOMS . IUY 2 CnHPlftf 3. WE WORK · ITfUUL ONLY INSTUUTION W I T H YOU You can get a study plan for The House of the Week by sending this coupon and 50 cents to House Plans, Sunday Gazette-Mail, Box .2993, Charleston, W. Va. 25330. The plan shows each floor. It is scaled % inch per foot. It includes * guide on "How to Get Your House Built." You can take this study plan to your bank and to your builder to get rough cost of construction estimates. Also available is Andy Lang's new handbook, "Practical Home Repairs," for $1. Enclosed is SO cents. Please send me a copy of the study plan for the House of the Week L-66. NAME .. STREET CITY .... . (ZIP) STATE MR. BUSINESSMAN! l"j ^J~ ; '^^ _ence can help vou. Phone 1-539-6609. ! ,viNIN6- EnoineerV "MO to iTJ ,XPE^SI» D ^!^^ ^-- K._L^CRp5qN_343-156X . Cobol--Assembly, IB,V, exp. to 13K T,;; R j STARK Nursery representative saysI'VGR. Trainee, engineering or chemistry. Order trees now for fall delivery".! BS, good food industry exp. .. 15-18K' T"-"" 'SHIP Receive, good co. S3 hr I 33-5113! 5--Personal ABORTION ASStSTAliCfe Lena]--Safe SIM. CLINICAL REFERRALS, INC. 344-MS1 Financing Available ABORTIONS" FREE REFERRALS-LEGAL-SAFE '11033 OUARRIER (SLDG.) COLLECTOR ~ for"locaf" concern.~" Salary, ! vacation, expenses discussed at Interview. Must h?ve car. Apply 4860 r/ac- Corkle Ave., So. Chas. # START IMMEDIATELY ·AEN NEEDED to start immediately tor interviewing single working girls. Op to $700 per wcrk, free training, no layoffs, full benefits and rapid advancement. Car necessary. For interview call 344-2861. _ _ /.'ELDING' INSTRUCTOR"*!)" upgrade~current employees and train new employees per ASVE cede and use of WIG, TIG, inlershicld, sub-arc, and coated rod. Send resume to Midland Slcel Corp., 1940 Shoo D d.. Column'*, S.C. 1^701. Mo tal*-- phone calls. DESK CLERK to work evening hours.! ; Apply 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., Venture Lanes, 9--Administrative ; 6300 McCorkle Avenue. St. Albans. For Private Defectives or Qualified Investigators. Call .NATIONAL SERVICE BUREAU, 343-007* Lowest Rates All Types Of Insurance Cancelled Auto Insurance Revoked Drivers Licenses Reinstated SR22 Fillings--Motorcycle Insurance HAGGERTY INSURANCE SERVICE - j^hone J.44-2536 Day or .Night j PREGNANCY A PROBLEM? "FREE IN~FORMATION ON REQUEST. CALL OR DESIGNER. Ma I e ~i r, '^jJ'.JL '~E.^-'f. 11, QuarnerV_- : 344-0841__ EXPERIENCED JANITORS. Part time 1 nony nrid electro-mochanical manufactur. ! evening_work^Apply^J04_Capitol Street, inn rxDrrifrc? preferred. 'HELP wanted, part time! mbr'nfngs" 6":i!0'JOIN prcr«;icnal managers with eye to a.m.-11:00 a.m., plus weekends. $1.40 fj'uro. Full hcncfits p.ickago. Send hourly. Write 6ox M-40J. c-o Gazelle- resume with «?lsry history: Man. _ · P. C. Box 5J5. M I A M I , F L - . 33153 HELP wanted--will train. Apply Freeman! RETAIL V A V ' A G E R - - M a r k e t i n g buying" Cleaners, 5214 McCorkle Avenue, SE, Kanawha City. INSIDE SALES --'start here and move upl' WRITE--VOLUNTEER HEALTH SER~VICES FOUNDATION, 1010 VERMONT AVENUE, N.W., WASHINGTON, D C J?005^AREA_CODE_(:02) 428-5098^ " Pregnant, need help? CALL US-(21i) 457-4139 NATIONAL FAMILY PLANNING -S5200. 344-9841. A. C. E.--81A Ouarrier St.-- LADY" NEEDED"- Part time [ EMPLOYMENT HELP WANTED ADS An additional charge of $1 is made on all ah mlng » Gazette-Mall "Blind Box"J NATIONAL COMPANY hat relieve motel manager .._, . ' Dependable, references. 768-7375 6-8 | p.m. [MAN for Light Janitor Work, 5 p.m. until I 1 a.m. Apply Venture Lanes, tXQ | McCorkle_Avenuc, St.^Albans. NATIONAL SERVICE--Company' has 'immediate openings for janitorial employees to work from 5:15 p.m. to 1:15 a.m. Age 18 or over -- car necessary Call 343-3881. An Equal Opportunity Employer. supervision. S9.900-S11.OJO.'Call West C4J..102I, Snelling Snplling. RETAIL SUPERVISORS EXCELLED STARTING SALARY : RELOCATION' EXPENSES PAID ON'E of ;he ration's largest Drug Chains (iis'fd NYSE) no s created openings for Qualified Supermarket or Discount Store. tail oxpr-r-'-ncP in hard carrer rcccr'unities due from within. i.nes. Unioue to promotions McGovern Airborne i keywords here. Co. offers excellent bene fits PLUS expenses and commission. from ILEGAL INVESTIGATOR SAOOO.- · Reputable firm in need of dependable representative w. the aggressivenes hi " 1dl ' ? this *"** ° { public ( *w° n *- bo ° ! ' - ' ATTENDANTS 3 J3 ' M54 ' attendants to assist with paiient care. $1.94 per hour, excellent fringe benefits. Apply in person at Charleston General's OPPORTUNITIES Personnel Office. No phone calls please. An.EquaJ .Opportunity Employer. BAR MAID--b nightr, weekly-experience necessary. Apoly in person only Towne 'n Country Lanes, 409 First Avenue, Nitre. »n snH ,,» f J ron L pa ,g| 3C , 'sians. It is mechanical and has all, and next day Paul Samuel-'. fprvnr - ., son, most celebrated American lervor m "' .mist praises the McGovern This time he departs from package as sensible and admi-itext, ad libs, warms to his sub- rable. That night McGovern!Ject; the applause changes from goes out to see a play. He hasjpolite to vigorous. You feel it built a good stretch of his run-|'grow. His speech covers a lot way- jmore than Israel. There is sca- Sp now it is next day. I amjthing scacasm at Nixon's claims sitting in a large, pastel greenito reducing crime, and about assembly hall for a meeting of the "miserable" war in Viet- the New York Board of Rabbis nam. He uses a short, choppy with a lectern in front, aboutjgesture with the left forefinger:! A 700 or 800 people jammed in,|he has the power of a humane; Local National many men in skull caps, a cou- [ and compassionate man who isi^j^rf 1 ^ pie of squads of TV men churn-jgenuinely stirred. , .ng around, an electric tension! So that's the next McGovern in the air and a human babel'confrontation. It is a success. that sounds like surf. jThe takeoff runway has been · .extended a bit further. THE CRASS politics of it are! ^ 'simple. Forty percent of 5.9 mil-! ilion American Jews live in the! SCENE THREE. Here I am New York metropolitan area,| s '^' n R outdoors smack in the and they voted 85 per per cent middle of the New York gar- : for Humphrey in 1968. If Mc-! men t district at a temporary BEST JOBS iGovern's percentage falls below!grandstand off the intersection P V V B L I C Rl '"" i ° ns Executive-writing J70 per cent, as seems quitei°f Seventh Avenue and West CAR'EES saics--Exp. in consumer | likely, he will probably lose the;4Mb at a noontime rally for SUPERvTso'?" 1 ?' indusirisi Enoin stabe. ^Soviet Jewry. A random gleam B.S.I.E., min. 2 yrs. supervisory plant McGovern comes down the : °f sunlight somehow pokes down FOOD' SALES,'fee paid SB.TOO to 5.9,000 central aisle a head taller than'through the architectural Grand pRoc^cr 1 "^ 8 ."?;^^^^' tee !*' K(I | most around him. He is a good-iCanyon, down through the i looking man though not strik- clouds and skyscrapers and OFFSET""^/^ ing; looks a bit 'like Bryan in smog, onto the stage where the lines down from the mouth,;"M c G o v e r n speaks. "Squires ithough the comparison may not^'^gpr Shop" is across thp way. ihelp him any. He makes theiThe amplified voice thunders up |toughest anti-Nixon speech I the walls. The street is blocked |have ever heard him make.! nff and the traffic light flits What you forget about him is:from red "Don't" U a green how hard he can be, it is a kind;"WaIk" unheeded. The secretar- jof moral fierceness. You disa-| ip s hanging out 20 stories up ;gree with him, perhaps, but. aft- here .McGovern wonder if Mr. jer a few minutes you decide'Nixon is more interested in "(he (that he is a pretty decent guy atl'i'tle Russian girl Tanya" that even if he is supposed to! (w 'hose trngetly lie is always have fuzzy ideas and his cause: l aU in £ about) or in the live jis hopeless. Then you may ask Jews from whom Russia de- ryourself how he gets his effects.|ntands a kind of exit-visa ran-i |He has no oratorical tricks. Inborn to let them immigrate? ithis instance he is saying, againjThe crowd yells. They like it Will call on local business in customer service BSBA i Madison for field representative handling insurance inspections in Bnone and Lincoln County. Salaried position.' car allowance and bonus. Training' MEDIA SALES . . ' . SSSS : IK^^*^ *' ° B °"' Career opportunity w'tremendous earn-' pV D -f~¥iY«c~ CIT-TCDC ~b -- ' · - j - ins potential for creative person w/'ai Jl^..,l ,, ,, L -J-^? b '., esponsihle. de- lot of savoir-faire. Lile sales exp. a plus: perraaoie, qgantiea. No 3--Miscellaneous Help_Wtd._ AcnbN~PERSONN'ELTlNC7 ,i t ! "i-' ' Evrn'A-e P/ilD Benefits Fr^aurnt SALARY Roviews Stock Purchase Olan iin? experience and rrr.ump dr-*a salary recuirod to: NEWSPAPER BOX V-409 An Equal Opportunity Employpr . . but stabihly and motivation are the .-2- _ t P U B L C " " n c e Corporation cashier, must \WE n - B E T T E R 3« 9 - wt -"_»ti i tR, 344-94.1. . ""j be 21 years old. Typing, high] see Mr. K.MS. ui-, . . _ TERtJACF"=HcnTi'f^~BM7d"Ts flccept-nq applications ^rir position rf M^naaer of 75-unit aparrment complex. Send resume and incuirc? to Rrv. Paul J. Gilrr.rr, Chairman, 1500 Moun- lair. Road. Charleston; Want An Opportunity' to POLL TAKERS WANTED for part-time l n . work in Fayette County. Favetl? County IF YOU have finished colleqe and want residents only. Time and mileaqe. Fnsyi work. For more information, wri ei Box C-"i02. c'o Gazette-Mail. i IMGT.'TRAINEE . 55100: Gel on the ground floor and wark your; PrnfACsinnal Plaromonr Tn/ way up while learning all phases of a rTOICSSlOnai Placement, inc. highly demanded business. Complete 1 Kanawha Valley; Bldg. 343-5169 OJT and al! you need is thr, eaqernefs; PRINTING AMD PACKAGING to earn a career. Benefits include stockiFINISHIMG Supervisor. Knowledge of glu- ootions and profit sharing. ing, stripping and die cutting 343-4821 D| E CUTTER--Bobst. in OUARRIER - SUITE 506 ;OFFSET PRINTERS--4 color and over- A. C. E. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY ipLSXO Prc«smen America'^cenie^ for E" 1 ^TM^^! STRAIGHT CUTTERS - Prosram cutrs 344-98l 4 i - 9 - 8 - 1 and right angle. to move into ^.. 113 , ,., t ,., position with a Mrqp company or if you arc new ompbycd in seme management position but want a change, this may DP what you are looking tor. A larqe company with offices in the Charleston arr-a is looking for management trainees. Thp'.o trfline-r-s would move up into management positions as ability ; n - crc-a?»s. Starling salary depend on past e-xpcripnce and ability. Excellent fringe benpfiK. S"rd rp'.i/m'* to Box Vi-^13, c-o An equal oocortunity em- P'pyrr. 10--Domestic, Child Care iillpr^ niv WRITE comolr-'e fifvmont Corp., cJ'anapolk, Ind. : Pfnsps paid. . (·20 S. -Sr Roy 1 ' BflBY dflvs Sortno Hill, 3 2 Children. 76S- PROGRAMMING SALES PORTUNITIE5 open in our out^de order department. No «xppripnc n^cos- sary, will train lo secure. Sl-iO p'u*. D-^r week. Bonuses, commits mn-; anrl incp^- t:vps. For personal intr-rvipw c a n bt- _twepn_]2__p_m. _ and jl_p.m . ."42-98^2 PUBLIC RELATIONS PART TIME EVENINGS NO S E L L I N G InvnlvPd If vou oniov 'all' B A B Y S I T ' E R Kan,-.whfl C ; ' v ,irp s "One Child Hnuis vary. 9C5-6291". B A B Y SITTER Eaj; End 5 days Cpfprpnces. 3J6-U9;. ffter 6 p.m. BABY , i ' t p r - 0 n e child - Chssawake B A B Y sittr-r. hMjr;. .1-10 B m, st my home, qooc] O,T... r r f e r r n c f s 765-11W. DE'SIRF L I V E - I N B A B Y S I T T E R . C A L L ,, '"' Sala ' y - S3 ° ' ' - Office, Clerical \vll train you for public relations s'aff. Salary plus bonus. ALPINE LAKE 744-4170 Call Vr. Ross 10 a.m.-5 p.m. R. J. Lindroth-Beall Assoc. Career Constultant ALL FEES COMPANY PAID Call anylime (304) 744-C031 - Gen. Office-5340. a .C. E .-- 16_ Quarr ier St.--344-9841. LADY lo live "in wn"elrriV~fa"ciy7~Ovvn" r.-Mni ,1 r cr- home. Good sslarv. ^?;-73U EiR\ AS "YOU L E A R \ .Tyomq" Shor'^ nani)_S335. A. C E. - - 6'- Ouarrier St. 8--Miscellaneous Help Wtd. 8--Miscellaneous Help Wtd. 0?3 OuflrriPr St. 342-4183--Fv* 5 1 'r, ^ COMBINATION SALESMAN AND SERVICEMAN . £v*ies, Cory corporation, i-8oo-W3-7ic_e __ -* CAPITOL* s ';' p «, ^ -^^^^^"^ : ""n" sales pmaucts .National como»n v ^liU ull pSe'ntiSi I To i '*i5!flM C fir,t n ^' This k n w1 " known "^psny k Na " orli " com P a "v *'!" uii cko. ENGINEER si6,ooo up, Fe» paw, , jand again put my record beside j Ex-preacher McGovern quotes : e r IHicnard Nixon's; my support Ecclesiastes-- "A time to keep! fcrre for Israel began publicly as a silence and a time to speak-;' f ,moral issue in Congress in 1963Jthis. he tells Nixon harshly, is a : ' N , s .!9-f ! Nixon's interest in Israel is onlyitime to speak. labstract as a pawn in his Met-| I come back to Washington a itermch confrontation with Rus- little shaken. This isn't quite the 'Sia. me administration's objec- nice, gentle fellow (poor guv) I live is not to insure the security 'thought. This man has a killer ;of Israel he tells the Jews : instinct. And his cSnpai^ ta it is to exp«l the Rus- finally qff the ground, I think. . s * LES - is »« , P ' J ' *""' Ml CALL -w,,. nf Sh ° rt . " """ pre . . Prefer A McCor "" RETAIL MANAGERS MANAGEMENT TRAINEES ASSISTANT MANAGERS For K-Mart Ladies' Department ' v i : ! K V F r ! \ ' i v i - i r ; .. .. .. ., t ;- s , ORK KAi H ^ KAK -{ ALL- NT LHAIN - AFTER ·.2KOO\Mn\TjAY 925-9834

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