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Post-Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1973, Beckley, West Virginia SIX ARH BECKLEY POST-HERALD, BECKLEY, W, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER A grant of has been received by Appalachian Re- gfcnal Hospitals, Inc., from the Scaife Family Charitable Trusts of Pittsburgh to be used a at one of ARH's 10 hospitals. Fontaine Banks Jr., executive Jice-president of the, ARH nealth system based in Lex- Ky-i said the grant is paid in equal installments _________. __ over a three-year period begin- ning immediately. The grant will help to un- derwrite a comprehensive care out-reach program in Perry County, Ky., for children and mothers served by the Hazard Appalachian Regional Hospital. The program deals in part with family planning counseling, a primary interest of the Scaife Trusts. Minor Damages Three Accidents Probed Beckley police investigated; McBride's vehicle was pulling three accidents Wednesday. -out of a parking space Roger Dewey McBride, 19, of crossing lanes when it collided White Oak and an employe of with a car driven by James _ J TIT__1----T_ 1111 P Ct- Beckley Newspapers Corpora- tion was cited for improper use of a traffic lane in an accident on Prince Street in front of newspaper offices at p.m. Woolen Jr., 62, of 1212 F St. Damages to McBride's 1974 model vehicle were estimated at to Woolen's 1970 model Window shopper's sale. All our made-to-measure drapes, valances, tiebacks and top treatments. Everyone is 20% off. Over 70 patterns, 700 colors to choose from. from antique satins, jacquards, prints, sheers. Fringed drapes are available. top treatments: pinch pleated, Austrian pouf, side jabot. tiebacks if you wish. Matching bedspreads available in some fabrics. Follow the measuring instructions below, bring us the measurements and we'll have your draperies made to fit. To measure: Width: measure from (G) to or simply the width you want to Length: For ceiling to floor length, measure (A) to For regular floor length measure (C) to For sill length measure from (E) to Add three Inches if you want below-sill length. Sale prlcet effective through Saturday. Sale. 15% savings on all our 2.00 and 2.50 bath towels. What a nice way to dean up. Salel 70 popular styles; prints, floral prints, jacquards and soUds. All are cotton terry. Hand towel, reg. 1.15, Sale 97c Wash cloth, reg. 70c, Sale 59c Sale 2 bath Reg. 2.50. Cotton terry towels. prints or jacquard weaves available. Your choice of color. Hand towel, reg. Salt 1.27 cloth, reg. Sale Shop Now, Pay later Use Your JCPenney Charge JCPenney We know what you're looking for. SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY 9 'TIL 9 OTHER WEEKDAYS 9 'TIL 5 Naoma Epling, 50, of 23S Glenn Ave. was charged with reckless driving when her vehicle left the U. S. 19-21 By Pass in front of the Jim Walters Home Corp. at p.m. and ended up in a culvert on the ;ast side of the highway. No damages to the 1972 model car were reported by police. City police also investigated a two-car accident at the in- :ersection of Valley Drive South and Central Avenue at A car driven by Connie Sue Pannell, 23, of MacArthur was topped at the red light on Valley Drive when, according :o the driver, it was bumped by a truck which then left the icene. From the force of the bump the car collided with another vehicle driven by Harey Collins, 30, of Prosperity. Damages to the woman's 1969 model car were estimated at Collins' 1961 model, owned by Vecillio and Grogan of Beckley, was not damaged ac- cording to the police report. DNR Charges 3 Three persons among those cited by the law enforcement division of the Department o: Natural Resources stationed a' Mabscott during the week end ing Wednesday were: Britt Mitchell, .58, o. Bradshaw for stream littering in fine and costs; Argle E. Cook, 39, of Beaver, for stream littering, anc William C. Robertson, 28, o: Roderfield, for stream littering, Limestone sinkholes in south- ern Minnesota have engulfed whole plow teams, according to local tradition. Harry Hicks, Danny Shelton, employes of Meadows Lumber Co., strug- gle to place the prize-winning pumpkin in a display window following a contest by the company to find the largest 173-Pound Pumpkin On Display left, and pumpkin in Southern West were weighed by a represent- Virginia. The 173-pound pumpkin pictured was grown by Buck Farley of Athens. Second-place winner in the contest was A. L. Cole of Beckley, who grew a 153- pounder. The pumpkins, which alive of the W. Va. Depart- ment of Labor's Division of Consumer Protection, will re- main on display at the lum- ber company for two weeks. (Post-Herald Photo) Tickets Still Available Seats are still available at Pipestem Resort for this Satur- day's presentation of according to William N. artistic direct- or of "The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-In-The-Moon the first Curtain Caller production of the 1973-74 community theater season. The resort at Pipestem of- fered visitors special rates for rooms, resort privileges and a ticket to "Marigolds" as part of their "Farewell Weekend" festivities. A spokesman for Pipestem stated mat rooms for Saturday evening are com- pletely sold-out, but extra seat- ing will be made available for the performance to handle any wishing to just attend and not interested in a room at the lodge. Bair stated that the entire company will be making the trip to Pipestem early Saturday morning so that there will be enough time to put up the set, position props and run through a final rehersal. "The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-In-The-Moon a Pulitzer Prize winning drama by Paul Zindel, features Flicka Graves as Jenny Lewis as Tillie, Janice McGrath as Ruth, Gina Steible as Nanny and Mary Pat Lamb as Janice Vickery. Technical staff personnel ac- companying the production to Pipestem includes Edward "Toad" Crickmer, st a g e manager, Mark Neil, electri- cian, Margie Giroud, sound technician, Delia Cole, make-up, and Harry E. Giroud, property master, promotion and backstage crew. ___ Till 1KLO All TV SALE 3 DAYS ONLY NOW THRU SATURDAY 9" PERSONAL SIZE TV SLIM SILHOUETTE 19" DIAG. TV Simulated 25" Diagonal With 5 In 1 Color Control LIFE LIKE COLOR IN A 12" DIAG. TV REG. 199.95 19" DIAGONAL FAMILY SIZE COLOR TV MODEL 12904 23" "MODERN LOOK" COLOR TV 339 00 REG. 419.00 410 NEVILLE ST. 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