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Charleston Daily Mail (Newspaper) - October 17, 1970, Charleston, West Virginia2" Charleston Mlp Ajai sat., oct. 17, to Glenville Queen and court Homecoming court at Glenville state College was introduced today at the Glenville Blue Field football game. The girls Are Julia Murin of Glenville Queen Debra Legg of Maysel freshman attendant Mona Wilson of slab fort Sophomore attendant Susan Morrison of Grantsville Junior attendant and Becky Law of Good Hope senior attendant. Miss Mur in s Mother the former Ruth Annabel Hull was Csc Homecoming Queen in 1937. Good business legislative expense pay advocated by Tom Cummings of the daily mail staff if it to Good practice for Busi Ness to pay expenses of its travelling executives Why in t it Good sense to offer the same opportunities for legislators on business for their constituents the taxpayers this question was posed yesterday before members of the Charles ton rotary club by attorney James h. Davis Hias he discussed the Legisla Tive improvement amendment on the nov. 3 ballot. Rotary or. Joseph Abrams takes foil time port City Man takes full time state dental position or. N. H. Dyer state health West Virginia legislators now director today announced the Are paid si.500 per year and Given travel allowances for one round trip from their Homes to appointment of or. Joseph Abrams of Charleston As assist ant director of the division of said the had Sulphur seeks authority to create a com worked with the div Slon of a pistol wound fatal to Man in Greenbrier Lewisburg Kenneth Maynard Dean 30, of White Sulphur Springs was found shot to death Early Friday at the Home of Barbara Ott at fair Lea according to state police. Troopers said Dean was shot with a .22 Caliper pistol about . They said the incident is still under investigation. Dean a manager of a restaurant in Frankford was a Mem ber of Willow Street Church of god. Survivors parents or. And mrs. Harmon Dean of White Sulphur Springs brother Jack of Alvon Sisters mrs. Helen Waid of Alvon and mrs. Judith Young of Neola. Service will be held sunday at . At Efflow Street Church of god with the Rev. Wayne a Snider in charge. Buri Al will be in the methodist cemetery at Alvon. The family will receive friends today from 7 to . At Shanklin funeral Home sensation commission that would study and later recommend to the legislature a scale of pay and Fine benefits. The Charleston attorney defended legislators. He said the Tucky. Be has been engaged in present restrictions on salary and. Expenses completely ignore today s economic facts of life. The amendment is one of three on the ballot. The legislative amendment however appears to be getting the most attention. Davis explained the Amend ment also provides for 60-Day annual sessions of the Legisla Ture eliminating the present 30 Day budget session numbered years. The proposal also would give the governor s office More time to present a general Revenue budget in the year immediately part time basis before becoming full time. Or. Abrams received his pre dental and dental training at the University of Louisville in Ken dentistry in Charleston for 30 years. As assistant director or. Abrams will be involved in plan Ning and serving As consultant to dental projects in county health departments state institutions and those provided through the division s two to bile dental units. Presently the division provides 26 dental clinics in various parts of the state. On even he will also be actively involved in dental education and Preven after his election. Another of the amendments would allow a governor to succeed himself for a second four year term. The proposal would allow gov. Moore to run for 1972, if he is so Hope natural co. Seeks rate increase thl associated press the Hope natural co., a division of consolidated Supply corp., has asked the Public service commission for Permis Sion to increase rates by million annually. The company cites higher costs it must pay for As the Man arrested with Angela free on bail new York a David r. Poindexter jr., captured by the Fri tuesday with an Gela Davis has been freed on bail. Miss Davis 26, a Black Mili Tant wanted in California on charges of murder and Naping in connection with a san Rafael courtroom shoot out in custody awaiting extradition proceed Ings. Bail for Poindexter 36, of Chicago was posted Friday by his Mother mrs. June n. Hunzinger of Hollywood Fla. Asst. . Atty. John h. Doyle said the government would move for immediate and termed Poindexter a very special bail Poindexter was ordered to report daily to Federal authorities either in new York or Chicago. He is charged with harbouring aiding and abetting a fugitive. According to Federal authorities Poindexter and miss Davis were in Chicago Florida and new York following the shootout aug. 7 at the Marin county courthouse in san Rafael in which a judge and three others were killed. Miss Davis is accused of supplying guns used in the shooting. In Miami Friday the Miami news reported that the fleeing couple lived for More than a month in the same apartment Complex with a dozen men. The paper quoted clip per Jones Security Man at the Golf Lake apartments in North Miami As saying there Are 10 or 11 policemen who live Here. Moving Here is like moving into Dade county but it was not until Poindexter purchased an automobile in his own name the news said that the Fri got on the Trail of the couple. A Florida motor vehicle division spokesman confirmed that a car was purchased in poin Dexter s name sept. 17 from a fort Lauderdale dealer. When the Fri checked the apartment listed As Poindexter s address the newspaper said agents found the title to the car in the Mailbox which was labelled they also found pictures of miss Davis and letters written by her inside the apartment according to the newspaper. They staked out the apart ment and put out a nationwide Alert for the car. The Fri declined to comment on the news Story. Reason for the rate hike request. National wholesalers unit elects Thomas Andrew s. Thomas jr., chair Man of the Board of Thomas Field co., was elected presi Dent of the National association Kent 25 of textile and apparel whole salers at the association s fall meeting in Colorado Springs. He succeeds Warren Ledbet from port the grand jury stated Tion programs such As the rela a "a11 conditions that led Lively new Brush in program to the May tragedy still exist and the promotion of fluoride it is apparent that an Apa thet treatment for Public water sup plies. Or. Abrams and his wife har in University Community has allowed a vocal minority to served As Natal s president for the past two years. Thomas will assume his of fice officially next Jan. 18, Dur ing the association s 44th annual convention in new York. Seize control of the University Thomas has served on the As Riet live at 4406 Virginia Campus be. They have two children a i Kent state president Robert daughter who is married and i White Sill under a court living in new York and a son order not make com ments on the report issued a who is a Sophomore at the med ical College of the University of beef statement yesterday. College Pennsylvania. Trains crash 14 die Seoul Korea a a Pas reelection in disposed. There has been some confusion about the third amendment according to Davis. This proposal would eliminate the state capitation tax. Some rotarians questioned the fact that As residents of Charleston they pay annual capitation tax. Davis explained that Over the years the legislature has Given municipalities authority to col Lect an additional sum above first coach of the passenger solution s Board of directors for Many years. For the past two years he has been first vice president. Indictment is not conviction guilt or innocence is yet to be proved. All will have their Day in court. We have Long known that the grand pension continued from Page one not possible without an in crease in Royalty income. Senger train collided with a jury report would create prob however after Yablonski s freight in a Tunnel 55 Miles East Lens. The May tragedy will of Seoul today and police said 141 be with us for a Long persons were killed and 55 in-1 the report accused men Jared most of them High school Bers of White s administration pupils. The victims All were in the what the state s general fund and the state department of train. Police said the coach was forced up Over the engine of the with fostering an attitude of laxity Over indulgence and permissiveness. We receive the impression that there Are some persons highways receives from the j freight and became wedged be-1 connected with the University capitation tax proceeds. Tween it and the ceiling of thei who believe and openly adv while residents in Tunnel. Ties pay those living in Unin i corporate areas pay Only per year. I advocate for repeal of the tax. Rotarians were told that if the Kenna has contended there is amendment is approved Way to collect delinquent legislature in 1971 will approve j capitation taxes. Is also be Cate that has a duty rather than a right to dissent from traditionally accepted behaviour and the report said. In absolving the guardsmen of guilt the report said the enabling legislation to eliminate lives the present method of soldiers acted in self de All of the capitation Levy. Collection payroll deductions sense and had been placed Kanawha county assessor most instances is Dis Crimi a in an untenable and dangerous m. Kenna has been a Strongin Atory. candidacy was announced he apparently abandoned this Williams subcommittee has held hearings Here As Well As in West Virginia and Pennsyl Vania. The subcommittee is also presently engaged in a general study of private pen Sion funds. The Jmwa fund is supported by a 40 cent a Toa Royalty on Coal from Union mines. However since All mines Are not possible without an in mated that the fund receives about Twenty nine cents for every ton of Coal mined in the u. S. The fund also receives a Small amount of income from dividends on Stock and inter est. The and National Sun Rose a. M. Sun p. M. Moon full rises. P. M. Barometer Reading noon .29.45 steady noon relative humidity 58% Friday s temperature Range High.52 low.37 Midnight hourly Airport temperature Friday Figurny p. M. 47 1 a. M. 37 2 p. M. 2 m. 34 j p. M. 3 Al. M. 31 p. In. Is 4 a. In. 29 5 p. M. 4 j to. M. ?9 to . 48 j. M. 7 p. M. 4s 7 m. 30 8pm. 4.1 Al n. M. 30 1 o. M. 41 9 m. 31 10 d. M. 40 10 a. M. Of 11 p. M. 3 11 m. A Midnight 37 noon 45 por Caiti and cold tonight fit Likely Low bout 30. Sunny High m. My cold tonight in comr ind Motly Tunny in tit it. Date from National weather service us Deot. Of 60 forecast map so two wet tar expected tomorrow morning net putting across farm Story food does t grow on store shelves . Agriculture official Points out by Tom Cummings of the Dally mail staff Are farm folks really putting their Story across do City peo ple really appreciate what Agri culture Means to them the West Virginia association of agricultural industries la trying to evaluate the answers to these and other questions on Rural Urban relationships. Of the first Gover nor s conference on agriculture and food exposition ending to Day at the civic Center says the answers will determine if it is worthwhile to Nave another such educational promotion. President w. Kenneth Bragg of Buckhannon said that on the basis of participation and inter est shown by visitors he would have no hesitancy in advocating another exposition Here in 1973. Last night at the conference banquet Edward h. Hansen us a director of Federal state relations remarked there Are a Good Many people who Don t appreciate the work done by he added these people simply won t believe that food does t grow on food store Hansen told his listeners the Federal government is slowly be ginning to realize that Central planning does not fit the needs1 of All. I Federal state local relations Are beginning to he declared. The us a executive said there now exist differ ent Federal Aid programs. Sometimes it costs More to it the amount of Money needed or a program than the amount of Money actually available for Wilder of Lewisburg and James Ture but this spare acreage the he commented. Hansen explained that state and directors. Local government will in the next few years get a larger share of the Federal Dollar so they can do More effective prob Lem solving. State agriculture commissioner Gus r. Douglass said forma Tion of the new Rural action Effort to bring state and Federal agencies into closer relations would be one answer to the problem of getting help for those areas that most need it. During a business meeting yesterday Vaai elected Clark h. Taylor of Buckhannon vice president w. H. Wayman of Charleston executive Secretary no synthetic substitute because his Boss agriculture Secretary Clifford w. Har Din was called to Quebec Canada Edward h. Hansen director of Federal state relations u. S. Department of agriculture spoke at last night s banquet in connection with the governor s conference on agriculture and food exposition. Here he is shown with a group of participants at the program. They include from the left h. Kenneth Bragg of Buckhan non president of the West Virginia association of agriculture industries and sponsor of the three Day exposition Carl Bradford of the governor s Federal state relations office who represented gov. Moore president Cecil b. Highland of the state chamber of com Merce and a Clarksburg newspaper publisher Hansen and Gus r. Douglass West Virginia commissioner of mail photo by Chester Hawes. Town treasurer. Ross h. Tuck be a surplus of land Agricula j. Bivens of Charleston Are is being swallowed by Urban food costs in the land commercial developments. United trouble will be our partner Stock tons and farm crop land states Are the lowest of any when the land is turned to other country in the world according he warned. To Hansen. There continues to poultry horticultural Busy saturday Nixon Steps up Campaign Tempo Washington a presi Norman h. Bowers of Morgan Dent Nixon expanding his Cam travel schedule almost daily and enlisting his family in ithe Republican cause flies into Vermont new Jersey Pennsyl plane growers ass Cia use organizations credit groups Are most Active Mem Bers of the industries network. Hansen saluted the future Farmers of America who have adopted a National Rural development program As a National goal. Agriculture specialists see in the work of these High school vocational agriculture students a widening a Sun i of Leader ship in the future. Most important particularly to children were the live exhibits in the Center s grand Arena and a show tent on the North parking lot. Exhibitors listed apples Gallons cd 50 Gallons continued from Page one any Load and As repeatedly attacked the program. A billion overrun Dis closed in the c5 Prog Arn 4ast year added to the controversy the plane s 248-foot length 223-foot Wingspread and six Story height would crowd a football stadium. Although Security officers at the military installation said Fri agents had been summoned to assist in the investigation Wheeler said he was unaware of any such action. Have you ruled out Sabo Tage he was asked. We be not ruled it Wheeler replied. It does t Vania and Wisconsin today. The state s former already scheduled for a five Man state Campaign swing next Mon Day and Ohio North Dakota Missouri Tennessee and added a North Carolina Stop. He had announced plans to Campaign oct. 28 in Texas and said Jersey with stops at airports in _ Newark and Teterboro and a Given 15 gop conclave at Ocean eggs san in a crucial new Jersey milk distributed to of Cruz ounce democratic sen. Harrison a paper cups cookies and snacks Williams is facing Nelson Gross by the bags full. Gop chair the demonstration Booth on ithe pesticide Sevin produced by the chief executive Carbide was a successful himself to spending much of the Effort to portray the Good Day aboard helicopters flying Side of agricultural chemicals. Via that contrivance All the Way commissioner Douglass said _ _ _ j from Newark to each of two stops planned for Pennsylvania. Agriculture Secretary Clifford w. Hardin scheduled to appear at the conference banquet paid oct. 28 in Texas and said the first Stop in Pennsylvania own Friday he will go to Illinois and win be at the Airport in to Miniota o 29t a conf enc n Minnesota on the 29th. Whereas just two Days ago the White House had been talking in terms of vote seeking trips to 16 or 17 states Nixon aides now Ter followed by an appearance since Senate speak of spending a full week or i election. Leader Hugh Scott of that state seems Virtu Ady assured of and sent Hansen in his place. Republican us a exec More campaigning in 18 states. Nixon s first Stop today was the Airport at Burlington vt., for a rally aimed at boosting the will poultry fee West Assn. Because of his on re Siuy Nabaii. Us Tabuac i ins 20 Center on the governorship con work i the broiler and Market test Between Republican Fiew appear to be a possibility at ire election chances of Republic this killed was Phillip l. Smith of resell ga., his age was not immediately available. The injured employee was in the base infirmary for treat ment of Shock. His name was withheld pending notification of his family. Wheeler said reports indicated he was not seriously injured although he suffered some the explosion routed Resi dents from their Beds for Miles around. Steve Ridling who lives directly across from the Lockheed Plant some 15 Miles Northeast of Atlanta said he was awakened about . Can sen. Winston l. Prouty who faces a Strong Challenge from former democratic gov. Philip h. Hoff. Next state on the president s schedule for the Day was new Church to celebrate pastor anniversary the congregation of Bethle hem Baptist Church Here will observe the anniversary of its pastor with special services next week. J the Rev. Emmitt Mitchell has been minister at the Churchi since 1948. Services will be conducted Canada continued from Page one was kidnapped oct. 5, its primary tactic had been bombing and similar acts of guerrilla terrorism mainly against targets in Montreal. The prime minister s Procla mation Friday officially outlawed the Fly. In a nationwide television and radio broadcast Friday night Trudeau said Assumption of the emergency Powers was distasteful but that Canadian Law As it stands is simply not adequate to Deal with systematic he said in View of the amount of explosives and arms the terrorists have their threat is out of proportion to their the police and an undisclosed number of troops uncovered firearms caches each evening during the week to. Beginning at o clock. A Dif and Fly literature in sweeps Ferent minister will be in the through Montreal Canada s pulpit for each service. Largest City. Other Quebec the Rev. James Edsmond will cities preach at the 11 a. M. Worship service oct. 23. For the formal anniversary service at p. M. The Rev. Lawrence Hooper of Harewood will preach. Association members Are expected to make an Early Deci gov. Raymond Broderick Democrat Milton Shapp. From Middletown Nixon flies future conference to Green Bay wis., for an eve estimates placed total attend rung testimonial reception for Ance at the exposition for its Bart Starr who in t running for first two Days at nearly anything except a few More sea sons As quarterback of the Green Bay packers of the National football league. While in Wisconsin however Nixon is expected to say a word or two against the re election i bid of democratic sen. William Proxmire. Paid adv. State senator 17th District v81fcioie James Clay Jeter Charleston w. A. H. For for stall Sennit committs Max Turner Trot it cml adv. Elect Thomas e. Potter Republican for House of delegates Baltimore Man killed in Charles town crash Charles town w. A. Of state police have identified the victim of a wednesday night traffic Accident on u. S. 340 near Here As John a. Walencis jr., of Baltimore. Troopers said his car struck a bump connecting old and new sections of pavement crossed the Center line and struck another. The other Driver remains in a Hospital Here. Storm menaces shipping lanes Miami to a violent at lactic storm which raked ber Muda Friday at it moved North Northeast at 20 Miles per hour aimed its fury at Busy shipping lanes today. At Midnight a Navy recon Naissance plane located the storm Iso Miles Northeast of Bermuda. Dunbar High class of 1961 reunion Mory at Tom s chairman of Republican executive committee and a member of House of delegates. He has . And Law degrees from West Virginia University and practices Law in Charleston. Served Captain in air Force. Member rotary Sigma Phi Epsilon army Navy club West Virginia Ond american bar association. Married three children. Support the Kanawha county Republican team for . Senate Elmer Dodson for Congress for Stati Neal Kinsolving John t. Poffenbarger for county court Hatstat innate uth w. Chambers James Clay Jeter for House of delegates James Copenhaver Frederick h. Morcan Russell Davis som Eric Nelson . Field cleos. Jones Lio Kopelman Alfred a. Lilly Tomase. Potter Pault Rumo or. Milton Lilly Paul Zakari or. For Jui Tki of tin inns vote Republican

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