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Tuesday, February 25, 1975
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8 aljr AnntSton tar Influenza-related drop across the country ATLANTA, 6a. (AP) - Influenza-related deaths dipped sharply across the country during the week ending Feb. 15, the National Center for Disease Control reports. However, the rate of flu-related deaths remained above the epidemic threshold for the sixth consecutive week, Dr. Charles Hoke of the center's flu surveillance team said Monday. The latest statistics showed 690 flu-related deaths in 121 major U.S. cities for the week ending Feb. 15. That is 123 above the "expected number" established by the center's evaluation of flu Light snow all remains of late-winter storm By The Associated Press Light snow from the Great Lakes to the Tennessee Valley was all that remained today of a late-winter storm that had closed schools and businesses and hobbled traffic in the upper Mississippi Valley. The storm buried parts of five states under 7 to 15 inches of snow Sunday night and Monday and the digging out continued today. The storm concentrated Its punch along a path that began in Missouri and spread rapidly into adjacent areas of western Illinois, eastern Iowa, southwestern Wisconsin and southeastern Minnesota. The snow was accompanied by 25-to-50-mile-per-hour winds in some cases. Skies began clearing over Missouri late Monday, but most of the state's big cities declared another school holiday due to snow-clogged roads. While most major highways in the storm belt were open MRS. JOSIE McGATHA PIEDMONT - Mrs: Josie Mae McGatha. 53, of 110 Sanford Road, Piedmont, died Monday at Piedmont Hospital after a loneliness. Services will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the House of Prayer with the Rev. Larry Perkins officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Zion Cemetery with Mickelsen Brown-Service Mortuary in charge. Survivors include five daughters, Mrs. Helen L. Gowens, Mrs. Flora Mae Lockridge, Miss Shirley McGatha, Mrs. Patricia Ann Maddox and Miss Myrtle Faye McGatha, all of Piedmont; four sons, James Daniel McGatha, David Roy McGatha, Stephen Wayne McGatha and Barry Gean McGatha, all of Piedmont: a sister, Mrs. Bessie Maddox of Piedmont; two brothers. John H. Beal and Ernest Beal, both of Piedmont; her mother, Mrs. Sally Beal of Piedmont. and nine grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Bobby Prince, Terry Young. Stanely McFry. Harold Beal. Doyce Beal and Billy Anthony. Mrs. McGatha was a native and lifelong resident of Piedmont and attended the House ot Prayer. The body will remain at the residence until time of services. RAY H. DICKIE Ray Hermas Dickie, 70, of Ohatchee died Monday in a Gadsden hospital after a long illness. Services will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Gray Brown-ServiceIortuary with the Rev. ' Eugene Burgess officiating. Burial will be in Old Ohatchee Cemetery'. Tuesday, Feb. 25, 1975 Liito abandoned in snow in Wisconsin ...winds whipped early today, many secondary roads remained closed. Road crews worked through the night in many areas. Schools expected to reopen in most of southeastern Minnesota after closing for all or part of the day Monday. Traffic and school officials were optimistic that at least some schools would reopen in hard-hit sections of Illinois, Iowa and Wisconsin. Classes were canceled Monday in an eight-county stretch from southwestern Wisconsin to the center of the state. Many businesses and industries closed down Monday in sections of Wisconsin and western Illinois. All were expected to resume operations today. Rain continued in the Northeast today. New York City measured nearly 2 inches of rain since Monday morning. The National Weather Service said heavy rain and melting snow have brought Area obituaries Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Iva R. Dickie; two sons, Ronald Dickie and Kenneth Dickie, both of Ohatchee; four sisters, Mrs. Virginia Hinton and Mrs. Frances Mann, both of Birmingham, Mrs. Margaret Waddell of Anniston, and Mrs. Jewel Martin of Glencoe; a brother, L. A. Dickie of Saks, and two grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Robert Dickie, Gene Dickie, Arnold Hindman, Travis Martin, R. J. Forsyth and Davis Richie. Mr. Dickie was a native and lifelong resident of Calhoun County, was a retired employe of Anniston Army Depot and a member of Bethel United Methodist Church. The body will remain at the funeral home through services. MRS. ELLEN PERRY WEDOWEE - Mrs. Ellen Perry of Wedowee died Monday at her residence after a short illness. Services will be announced by Benefield Funeral Home. MRS. VIOLA BAILEY LINEVILLE - Mrs. Viola "Ola" Bailey, 93, of Ashland died Sunday at her residence. Services were scheduled for today at 2 p.m. at Big Spring Baptist Church with the Rev. Grady Birchfield and the Rev. Leon Browning officiating. Uurial was to be in Liberty Hill Cemetery with Blair Brown-Service Mortuary in charge. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Era Holliday of Auburn, and Miss Vera Bailey of Ashland, and a son, Archibald Bailey of Ashland. MRS. FANNIE McCASSREY TALLADEGA - Mrs. Fannie Munroe McCassrey, 83, of Talladega died Sunday at her v deaths activity in previous years. However, it is 126 below the peak of 816 deaths reported earlier in February. "This year has been a mild flu year overall," said Hoke. "We see a definite decrease in flu-linked deaths in all regions except the Mountain and New England regions. The Mountain states, which include New Mexico, Colorado, Nevada, Utah and Arizona, remained slightly above the epidemic threshold, said Hoke. The New England states of Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island were slightly below the threshold, he said. AP Wirtphoto snow into drifts many streams out of their banks from the middle, Mississippi Valley through the Ohio Valley and into the Northeast. Two to three inches of rain over northern Arkansas and southern Missouri in recent days brought a sharp rise in the Black River of northeast Arkansas. The stream was 5.3 feet above the 14-foot flood stage at Black Rock, where a crest of 20 feet was expected. Minor flooding also developed in parts of Pennsylvania as a result of heavy weekend rains, and Lt. Gov. Ernest Kline alerted agencies across the state to be prepared to act in the event of more heavy rains. Unseasonably mild weather in the 30s and 40s prevailed from the upper Mississippi Valley to the north and Middle Atlantic coast. Cooler-than-normal conditions ranged from the Plains into the Southeast. residence. Services were scheduled for today at 2 p.m. at Elmwood Funeral Home, Birmingham, .with burial in Elmwood Cemetery and Usrey Funeral Home in charge. Survivors include a sister, Mrs. Lilla Norred of Birmingham, and two brothers, Ernest Munroe and J. C. Munroe, both of Talladega. Nephews were to be pallbearers. Mrs. McCassrey was a native of Clay County and lived in Birmingham most of her life. She was a member of Denmon Memorial United Methodist Church. MemoriaUrontributions may be made to Denmon Memorial United Methodist Church. , HOMER TRAMMELL CENTRE - Homer Trammell, 65, of Piedomnt, Rt. 1. died Monday at Piedmont Hospital after a short illness. Services will be Wednesday at 3 p.m. at Jordan Funeral Home with the Rev. N. S. Strickland officiating. Burial will be in Hebron Cemetery. Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Trammell of Centre; four sisters, Mrs. Roland Davis and Mrs. Bill Barkley, both of Centre, Mrs. Robert Jordan of Gadsden, and Mrs. Richard Barnes .of Boulder, Colo., and a brother, Johnny Trammell of Piedmont. . Nephews will be pallbearers. Mr. Trammell was a native of Cherokee County, was a barber and a veteran of World War II. He was a member of the VFW and the Barber's Association. The family will recieve friends at the funeral home tonight from 6 to 9 p.m. Union still seeking dues checkff By BILL PALMER Star Staff writer Union officials representing City of Anniston public employes still want the city to check off mjfon 'dues, and city of ficials - agreed - Monday - to-recommend checkoff to the council in two or three months if they get .employe cooperation on sanitation route reorganization. Public Works Director Don Warden said the sanitation department is planning to reduce residential routes from six to five. "Give us support on this, and I'll go on record in support of you," he told union officials. He said he hoped to recommend checkoff by June or earlier. City Manager Jim Standridge said he would also recommend checkoff after the route reorganization. He has opposed checkoff in the past. Arrrerican Federation of State, County and Municipal Employes (AFSCME) Local 1066 president Junior Doss asked that checkoff be instituted now. He objected to "always having a bone hanging out in front of you." STANDRIDGE and Warden said increased productivity and efficiency in the sanitation department over, the next few months is crucial because the city council has asked city officials to take bids for private contracting of garbage pickup. "When we get better planning, commitment, routing and accountability," Standridge said, the city will compare favorably with what a private contractor can offer. Union officials also asked why the city has delayed discussions of a new retirement plan for city employes. Finance Director Tom Wright responded that the city had to await passage of the federal Employe Retirement Act in September, and that the act is still being studied Jo determine what it requires of a retirement plan. Wright said by late March or early April some sample plans will be presented for the employes' consideration. Employes have expressed a desire for a participating plan which would increase their benefits, city officials said. THE CITY has until June 30 to adopt a plan in compliance with federal law, Wright said. A principal feature of the federal legislation is more rapid vesting of employes. . Union officials said employes didn't receive their allotted number of uniforms last year and some newer employes haven't received uniforms. Standridge said the city might have to order uniforms more frequently or consider changing companies if delivery is slow. Personnel Manager Dave McWhorter asked union officials' cooperation in striving to improve what he termed a high employe accident rate. He said an average of seven accidents a month have been reported in recent months. AFSCME district representative Billy Briggs suggested setting up a safety committee. Standridge said he would set up such a committee containing employes from the various departments, which would meet at least once a month and develop safety procedures. Two trials under way Two trials one involving armed robbery, the other a charge of assault of a police officer with a weapon are under way now in Calhoun County Circuit Court. Eugene W,. Perry of Oxford, Rt. 7, is being tried on the armed robbery charge. He was indicted on the charge in November of last vear. Fred Duncan of" 911 W. 18th St., is being tried on the assault charge. He was indicted in August of last year. A spokesman at the Calhoun County District Attorney's office said the current cases, plus appeal cases from city and county courts, would probably take up the rest of the criminal court week. Coverup A snail can secrete a limestone solution over the opening of its shell. The film crystallizes into a hard cover that 'protects it in times of trouble. " 1 Hospitals REGIONAL MEDICAL - CENTER : Admissions Mrs. Mary Poore of Anniston, Rt. 10, Mrs. Vickie Riley of Anniston, Rt. 10, - Mrs.- Mary Lehr of Ohatchee, Mrs. Janice Conerly of Leeds, Joseph Grimes of Jacksonville, James Frisby of 3805 Decker Ave.. Benjamin Hulsey of Oxford, Cleo Elston of 1217 Crawford Ave., Mrs. Mary - Hughes of 512 Chilton Ave., Mrs. Georgia Morris of 32 S. Allen Ave. Pacie Turner of 24 Pelham Heights, Mrs. Betty LuAllen of Ohatchee. Mrs. Lisa Beck of 5816 Pelham Road, Miss Shyrll Lee of 1906 Moore Ave., Mrs. Adelia Johnson of 509 W. 11th St., Mrs. Fern Cook of Lincoln, Miss Vickie Fant of Oxford, Mrs. Mary Jones of Oxford, Terry Johnson of Jacksonville, Mrs. Lorraine Cole of Anniston, Rt. 10, Mrs. Judy Blewster of 1712 McKleroy. Floyd Nunnally of 1001 W. 52nd St., Mrs. Rhonda Williams of Anniston, Rt. 3, Jay H. Lloyd of Anniston, Rt. 3, Pamela Bush of 425 Knox Ave., Mrs. Jean S. Beason of Jacksonville, Mrs. Patricia Cobb of DeArmanville, Mrs.. Rebecca Laymon of Anniston, Rt. 10, Mrs. Edna Adams of 627 Glen Addie, Mrs. Juanita Martin of 406 Mt. View Road, Mrs. Myrtle Sellers of 2631 McCoy Ave., Mrs. Geraldine Alldredge of Anniston, Rt. 4: Mrs. Mary Estes of Piedmont, Mrs. Gladys Morris of Anniston, Rt. 3, Mrs. Beverly Ward of Oxford, Mrs. Debbie Grubbs of 215 W. 30th St., Mrs. Gertrude Gannon of 719 S. Marshall St., Cassie Kirkland of 210 Monsanto Road, Robert Brockman of 1917 Duncan Ave., Mrs. Minnie Morris of Weaver, Mrs. Jean Roberts of Oxford, Mrs. Carol White of Anniston, Rt. 5. Lloyd Swafford of Heflin, Mrs. Louise Gannon of 2127 Oakmont Ave., Woodie C. Finch of Anniston, Rt. 3, Penny Turner of Talladega, Isaac Morris of 607 W. 21st St., Vernon Henry of Heflin, Julis McFall of Oxford, Mrs. Belinda Gilliam of Oxford, Felix H. Foster of Anniston, Rt. 3, Richard Shears of 2400 W. Jefferson St., Mrs. Wanda Ledbetter of Anniston, Rt. 10. Mrs. Myrtle Welch of 628 Glen Addie Ave., Miss Pamela Lehr of Ohatchee, Charles Burdette of 423 E. 54th St. Births Mary Poore, girl; Grissel Weimer, girl. STRINGFELLOW Admissions . Addie Story of 3031 McClellan Blvd., Mrs. Estelle Smith of 529 Leighton Ave., Mrs. Carrie Brooks of Anniston, Rt. 1, Mrs. Nannie Andrews of Jacksonville, Mrs. Betty Digby of Oxford, Charlie.. Aiken of Wellington, Mrs. Wilodean Garmon of 327 Hill Crest, Harvey Ervin of 2710 Eulaton Road, Joseph Rogers of Jacksonville, Mrs. Annie Ross of 1821 Cobb Ave., Mrs. Lillian Hardy of Jacksonville, W. F. Wheat of 2504 Norwood Ave., Mrs. Lucille Fondren of Wellington, Mrs. Ora Mae Hubbard of Anniston, Rt. 5, Edward Little of Piedmont. Notice of completion is hereby given by Southern Manufacturing Company on City of Anniston ADAP Project 8-0 1 -0008 02 for security fence installed at Anniston-Calhoun County Airport. Feb. 4, 11, 18, 25, 1975 Default having been made in the terms of that mortgage executed on the 14 day of May, 197, by Sidney Beasley and Gloria J. Brooks to Bannister, Inc., a corporation which said mortgage is recorded in the Office of the Judge of Probate, Calhoun County, Alabama, in Record of Mortgage Book U44, Page 202, and default continuing, and by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage, the following described property will be sold at public outcry, for cash, to the highest bidder. In front of the Courthouse door of said County, during the legal hours of I sale, on the 4th day of March, 1975 at II :00 AM. Lot 15 in Block 219 as shown on the plat of survey entitled "Portion of Mill Village of Anniston Manufacturing Company" recorded in plat Book G. at Page 40 in the Probate Office of Calhoun County, Alabama, and being known as No. 1200 Pine Avenue, lying and beina and situated in the City ot Anniston, Calhoun County, Alabama. Said sale is made for the purpose of paying the mortgage debt and costs of foreclosure. BANNISTER, INC. BY: ROBERT B. PROPST WILSON, PROPST & ISOM Attorneys at Law 172 Leighton Avenue Anniston, Alabama, 36201 Feb. 11, IB, 25. 1975 FOUND SOMETHING? it you've found a pet or article of value we want to help yog return it Jusf cai' The Anniston Star Want Ads 237 9414 and say "I want to place an ad in Commercial National Bankl Found Column " AS A PUBLIC SERVICE Commercial National Bank will run your ad at no Cosmo you Commercial National Batik LOST Lost somewhere in Blue Mt. vicinity: Toy poodle about 10 in tall, weighs S to I lbs., apricot color, long tail. Child's pet. Call 435-5756 Lost: Shetland Sheep dog in Saks area. Child's pet. Reward Call 237-2934 it to ind. Lost in Indian Oaks area in Saks: Brindle color Great Dane, female, ears not clipped, about I yr. old. wearing only a black Ilea collar-Call 170-41 IS Lost: Boston Bulldog with white chest. Bob tailed. Answers to "Sugarfoot." Near 3009 McClellan Blvd. 237-3807. 3 PERSONALS Lecithin! Vinegar! B6! Kelp' All four in one capsule, . ask for VB6 Wikle Drug. Fashion Two Twenty Cosmetic Studios Open Mon.-Thurs. 601 S. Quintard From 9:30 'til 2 P.M. PERSONALS Nashville Recording Co. Looking for Singing Talent 205-780.6031 You lare welcome. Revival beginning February 24, 30 PM. Christian Fellowship Center, 527 S. Ledbetter. Rent a new piano for only 115 a month plus delivery with option to buy and apply all payments toward tne purcnase price. Forbes Piano Co. 912 Noble St. 234-341. SERVICES OFFERED ACME SECURITY Business home protection. 7 nights per wk. Hourly patrol guaranteed Reasonable rates. 237-1021, 892-33V7. Remodeling-Commercial I Residential painting, paneling, concrete work, nothing ton lamp or inn small Free Estimates W. C. Harbin Const. Co. 237-3707 LOCAL MOVING 13 Years eoerience Call John Wilkerson. 831-1671. Chain Ljnk Fences HomelRepairs Mickey Cartee 236-7277 Need a fireplace? If so, Call 237-5521 Green's Tree Service Trimming topping or tree removal. Free estimates - 238-1906 or 237-7242. Grading, all types, residential, and commercial, lot clearing and leveling, loader and blade work, hauling of all types, 820 1543. Fuller T.V Service Formerly Cobb TV Expert Service on most all maior brand televisions, B&W and color. Factory Trained- 20 yrs. exp. Antenna Serv- Used TV's. All repair work backed by a written wan amy upon request. J. R. FULLER - OWNER 2206 Noble 236-5117 SEWING MACHINE REPAIR One day service - Call 831-3531 Dozer Work with D-6 Caterpillar, also carpenter work. Ph. 236-6698, or 831-5203. Old pianos may be beautifully re-worked and refinished economically by our expert craftsmen. Ask us lor an estimate. Forbes Piano Co. '912 Noble St. 236-3461. Preston's Roofing & Siding Co. 901 W. 10th We do all types of home repairs 8, all types of roof i no. Larae or small. Financing. available. 236-4812-J. Anthony Preston. Announcing Mr. Preston of the Anniston Roofing & Siding Co. says we have been getting it all together for the past 21 years in the same location. We know all home repair work. No lob too large or too small. Ph. for tree estimates 237-4634. 7 GENERAL INSURANCE Driver License Revoked or Suspended Required State Filing To Be Re-Licensed SR-22 FAST SERVICE TERMS Moore Ins. Agency Cor. 9th 8, Noble 237-9497 SR 22 REINSTATE DRIVER'S LICENSE AUTO INSURANCE LOW COST-TERMS Gary Pugh Ins. Agcy. 10th 8. Quintard 236-8284 3 NOTICES Rent a new organ for only $35 a month plus delivery with option to apply ail payments toward purchase price. Forbes Piano Co. 912 Noble St. 236-3461. r CALL THE EXPERT IT SAVES YOU BOTH TIME AND MONEY Building Materials "Everything For Building Your Home" Lumber - From Mill to You Home of the "OSMOSE PRESSURE TREATED LUMBER" READ LUMBER COMPANY WELLINGTON 892-3185 or 892-3186 OXFORD LUMBER COMPANY Building Materials of All Kinds 4th and Barry, Oxtord 831-0540 Home Repairs All types of roofing, 23 years experience Commercial & Residential. Turner Roofing Co. 237-6137. Anniston Builders, all kinds home repairs, addit., roofing and siding. All workmanship and materials guaranteed. Finance FHA or terms to suit vour buriart Free Est. 237-3529. Johnson's Construction clearing & grading, basements dug, septic tanks installed and repaired, free estimates, 237-8934. For Venetian blinds, repaired Cull Home Supply Co. " 236 8332 231 W. 14th. St Chain Link Fence Home Supply Co 236 8332 Home remodeling, inside and out, concrete work, roof work. No down payments terms Free estimates. Paul Edwards 237-2677 or Mickey Cartee 236-7277. If you want a good iob in repair, remodeling and painting, roofing, or concrete work, call Haynes, 831 2324. Remodeling, rooting 8, repair work of all kinds Frceest No middleman. El terms Call anytime. Holley 2374485. For The Best In Home Repairs and Remodeling. Call E. M. McCormick 831-2130 Miscellaneous Services LEHR TREE & FIREWOOD SERVICE 2204 McCoy Ph. 237-7721 Jacksonville Upholstery Established in 1947 Ph. 435-9547 All popular Brands of Motor Oil Hubbard Oil Co. 831-4950 ANNISTON BUILDERS - Will drill by foot or contract. Pump sales and services Will tin. FHA or terms. Free estimates 237 3579. Electrical Wholesalers 122 W'G Copper 250 S29 95 119 W. 10th St. 237-7363 3 NOTICES Brooks Lake Now Open. Bass 8, Brim. I miles N. of Lincoln on Hwy. 77. You are welcome. Revival beginning February 24.-6-J0 PM Christian Fellowship Center, 527-S Ledbetter. G 3 INCOME TAX Boyd & Ray's Tax Service 430 Main St. Oxford 831-1290 Hours 1 PM 10 PM. Income Tax Service Jack C. Short Highway 78 W. 831-0265 MOON Income Tax 'arvice 25 years ex-lnce Weekdays AM to 9 PM Saturdays 9 AM to 5 PM Closed Sundays 1911 GURNEE AVE. 237-402. Climes Tax Service 26-8931 or 23M690 Jewel's Friendly Tax Service . Business Hours: Mon., Tues., Thurs., & Frl. 9 AM to 8 PM.; Wed. and Sat. 9 AM to 5 p.m. Located at 1120 West 49th St. in the Saks community, Anniston, Ph. 238-1451 Mrs. Eskell L. Smith, owner. CRUMPT0N Income Tax Service Clara N. Crumpton 0pen-8am to 9 pm 1927 Moore 236-2797 PROFESSIONAL Income Tax Service Bookkeeping Available Sara Snider-Alice Ingram Open Daily 9 AM to 8 PM 1307 Quintard-237-2702 HELP WANTED 1st Class Diesel Mechanic We need one Class" A Diesel Mechanic who has working experience with Cummins 8, Detroit engines. This person must be able to perform major 4 minor overhauls. He also should, have knowledge of refrigeration units & trailers. Fender repair experience & welding is helpful. If you have a minimum of 4 years diesel mechanic work experience & can meet the requirements outlined apply In person & receive good pay. Excellent benefits Including paid vacations, group Insurance & paid retirement. Apply Chastain Roberts Co. Industrial Park, Anniston, Al. between 8 & 5 Mon.-Fri. 8 to 12 Sat. An Equal Opportunity Employer Salary & Commission. 237-1661, Mr. Gibbons, Anniston Hotel. Wanted: Person for retail sales work. Apply in person to Anniston Ice Co., 230 Wesri5th St. Waitress wanted Apply in person, Union 76 Truck Stop, Hwy. 78 West, Heflin. - TECHNICIAN: STUDIO-TRANSMITTER ENGINEER (1ST CLASS F.C.C. LICENSE) NEEDED BY WHMA-TV, CHANNEL 40, ANNISTON. APPLY TO JAMES HUDSON, CHIEF ENGINEER, 1330 NOBLE STREET. WHMA-TV IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYER. AVON BUNNY MONEY. Start building a nest egg now for Easter. Meet people, sell part-time on your own time, find out how profitable selling fragrances, cosmetics, jewelry and family products can be. Interested? Call 236-2001. CONTACT SALESMAN Nationwide Credit Corp. wants hard hitting salesman. Good closer. Age no handicap. Top earnings, high-commission-bonus plan. Repeat business. Write Mr. Mitchell, P. O. Box 4095 Cleveland, OH 44123 or phone 216-255-5050. Wanted: Piano player for gospel music. Christian person only. 236-6674. Assistant Grocery Store Manager West Anniston grocery needs mature experienced Individual as assistant manager. Must be able to assume responsibility. Good pay and fringe benefits, send resume to P. O. Box 157, Anniston, Al. 36201. Wanted: housekeeper to live in Call 435-9077 after 5 p.m. Production Chemical Lab. worker for 2nd. shift. Need mechanical aptitude and production drive. Min. B grades in H.S. chemistry, physics, & plane geometry. College pref. would consider 2 yrs. practical lab. experience. Some heavy work. Call 831-6530 for appointment. Wanted: Inside salesman. Must be completely familiar with electronic parts. Salary & bonus. Reply with resume of education & experience to Box A-575, co The Anniston Star. BUSINESS SCHOOLS Readers should investigate whether there is a reasonable demand in this area for the training offered by private business schools. Most business schools do not guarantee jobs. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT The Anniston Star 237-2833 Unemployed? 50-75 New Jobs 'Openings Now For HS Grads to qualify as IBM Keypunch operators for local companies. Need some typing ability. Area wages 190-S130 weekly, plus fringe benefits. Jobs Waiting - For women who are willing to be trained as Nurses' Aides. 8th grade education or better. Steady work & all 3 shifts. Area wage 165 per week to start. , Cashier Checkers School dropouts who have at least 10th grade education are needed now to qualify for full or part time work in food markets. Cashiers qualify In a few weeks and can start at s to iiuo weekly. -'Office Receptionists W haw nnnnrtnnitv fnr ftttmrtlv H GED grads to train for top flight jobs In local doctors' and business offices. Some typing necessary. Pay scale S85-J1 10. Good Career Training Institute 1316 Noble St. - Anniston App. for Veterans' Training STUDENT LOANS AVAILABLE TRAIN NOW, PAY LATER 237-2833 nswr rail 238-1222 -Telephone Receptionist- Qualify in 4-6 weeks for exciting career as a telephone receptionist. Call 236-0272, Gadsden Business College. , Cashiers Needed Every Business Uses Cashiers. 1. Want to work? 2. Like People? 3. Have 10th grade education? , ARE YOU: y 1. Willing to learn 2. Happy with 2.00-13 40 per hour? i. Ready to start now? Call 2J7-28JJ. Career Training institute Alabama State approved BUSINESS SCHOOLS Nurses' Aide- Have you always wanted to be a nft51? ?. tikV to help peoplf? " about working? If so, there is a place for , Jou in the medical field. Call 7-2Wo Ipply for State PPrtd,J,i,Jn?5i' CAREER TRAINING INSTITUTE, Noble St. ATTENTION VETS - If you have Gl benefits and qualify we have a career for you. We train semi-tractor - frailer - diese) drives. 100 Vet financing with job replacement assistffn'e. Call 236-2593, 24 hours, 7 days a veeV or write Interstate Training System, lnT Rt., 3 Box 352. Anniston, Al. 36201. WILL YOU ACCEPT UP TO ;: $1,050.00 " " TO TRAIN FOR A JOB Federal Grants Can Pay You As Much As $1,050 to seek JOB, TRAINING at Gadsden Business College.: GBC is an Accredited Institution With An Outstanding Training and Placement Record. CALL 236-0222 For Information on Area Openings and February Classes. Accounting Legal Secretarial Executive Secretarial ' Stenographic Program Basic Clerical Clerical Keypunch For Information 236-0222 z Student Loan Available Accredited by AICS 4 Receptionists For doctors and business offices. Career minded women of all ages needed at once, to train for continuous openings. Salary range S340-S550. YOU are needed! YOU can qualify! Call us 237-2833. Career Training Institute is Alabama State approved. D SITUATION WANTED Will keep children in my home between Jacksonville and Fort, Call 435-3197. o.i Will paint refrigerators or freezers 'any color for reasonable price. Call after 5 p.m. (.ail Z36-025. INSTRUCTION Voice 8, Piano. Former associate Prof, of music at Judson College. 9 pupils whfcwon college scholarships. 238-1289. Tutoring Reading-Math Anniston Diagnostic Learning Center 236-2375 or 237-6982 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE D For Sale: 11 cubic foot G.E. refrigerator. Runs good and freezes good $25.00. Call 820-2690. SPECIAL OF THE WEEK . 1 Wurlitzer Piano & Bench used in studio a few months. Regularly 81,095. nowronly. S795.00. One only. Forbes Piano COu.913 Noble St. 236-3461. Piano tunings & repair by graduate piano technicians. Forbes Piano Co. 236-3461. Practically new Spanish LR suite. Includes sofa, chair, 2 end tables, coffee table, 2 lamps, reversible cushions, fabric & naugahyde. Matching drapes Incl. (650. 435-7403 after 5. ' COINS Coin Supplies 1229 Wilmer 236-9332 SOFACHAIR Modern duo. Both pieces S139. Handsome durability with an equally handsome price! Hardwood frame construction' 2. Cash or terms. United Freight Sales, 312 S. Quintard. HOME FURNISHINGS COST LESS AT M & R FURNITURE 227 NOBLE ST. 2364549, .. .cj.v" J""!; Jliuu. 3H n. IUI1 3T. tJ- 4634 Serving you the past 25 years. Buyers A. co Hart ..ttxM f i.rn! t. - : ' Drat tttn' Cusn Cku. tin iai ial a -m. w j vi cu ivi iiiiui c Of aHpnmiit;). STOP Shop With Us And Save Rabbittown Furniture . 435-6985 Quality Name Brands COMMERCIAL TWEED CARPET WITH PAD S2.99 SQ. YD. COLEMAN CARPET CENTER 1431 Noblest. Ph. 237-071 Recorder Sale & Service TV Service, Automobile Radios, Tapes S&W Music Co. - 115 E 15th St. Ph. 236-1518 NEW FLOOR SAMPLE Kitchen console spacesaver electric range with eye level continuous cleaning oven, automatic dishwasher, and built-in vent. Keg. HHi.n, now sub. do. 0TASC0 311 No. Pelham Rd. 435-421 It We have in stock now a large selection of floor covering bargains from brand name mills. Please come in and see them Mason & Son Floor Covering. 3007 No. Noble, 236-2574. Stereo Receivers r; ,j (5) complete with Air suspension speakers, AM-FM stereo tuner, 8 track & KFC locking. Full range audio compatibility Includes imput for turntable and output for tape record. Full guarantee:-Compare for lust 8119. Cash or ttffrhr United Freight Sales, 312 S. Quintartf. " - Furniture Repair & Refinishing' ""' We have the experience and equipment to repair and refinish your furniture and. antiques. Call us for estimate befor you replace that broken furniture. . WILLIAMS t WILLIAMS 1312 Noble 236-1882 - 237-9980 Small buildings, 1350; Trusses, windows, doors, church pews, used lumber, -other misc. items, call 435-4667. QUAD SYSTEM H19 (30) Complete with 4 separate self-' contained amplifiers for fully discrete 4' channel 8 track reproduction. Price includes four air suspension speakers with full sited acoustical air duct. Manufacturer's guarantee. Cash or term's, available. United Freight Sales, 3 il Quintard. J Good Used color TV's 150 and up. ,. JIM'S TV 21 East "K" St. 237-9446'

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