Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 6, 1976 · Page 39
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June 6, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 39

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HC --June 6. 1976 ' Sunday Gazette-Mail -Charlesfon. West Virginia 3 Arrested In Break-in Kanawha County deputies arrested two men and a juvenile during a Saturday morning breaking and entering at the Big Star supermarket in Sissonville. Lt. William Markham identified the men as Danny Ray Adkins, 22, of Stockton Street and Steven Allen White, 20, of Cleveland, Ohio. The juvenile, Markham said, was 16. All three were charged with public intoxication and breaking and entering, Markham said. Markham said the deputies were investigating a report of a breaking and entering at the store when they saw two persons running away. The men were caught and arrested. An attempt to open the store's safe was not successful, but cigarettes, beer and candv were taken, Markham said. Coonskin Pool Hours Announced Howard Tallman of Eleanor Watches Test Driver Must Negotiate Straight-Line Course Without Toppling Baseballs State to Have 3 Ex-Champions In National Truck Roadeo West Virginia will have three former champions in the 1976 national professional truck driving roadeo Aug. 26-28 in Fort Worth, Tex. Frank M. Hutton of St. Albans, a driver for Mason tv Dixon Tank Lines Inc. and Daniel Darnold of Parkersburg, employed by Cook Motor Lines Inc. will be seeking their third grand championships. Robert D. Suck, also a driver for Cook Motor Lines working out of Parkersburg, will be after his second national title. Other winners in Saturday's West Virginia Motor Truck Assn. Safety Day event staged on the Charleston Ordnance Center ground were Kenneth Bailey of Clarksburg, Cook Motor Lines; Wayne Farmer of Nitro, Overnite Transportation Co., and John J. Faber, of Borg-Warner Transportation Co. of Washington, Wood County. Smith's Transfer of Staunton. Va. which operates from several Mountain State terminals, won the team championship with eight contestants. Michael L. Richards of Parkersburg, employed by Yellow Freight Systems Inc. won rookie of the year honors for is first time participating in the driving contest. * * * DURING THE association's safety awards banquet program in the Civic Center that highlighted the annual affair, Dwight Mechem of Great Cacapon received driver of the year recognition. Em- ployed by T.H. Compton Inc. of Berkeley Springs, Mechen has logged nearly 3 million miles of travel during the last 41 years without a single accident being charged against his record. He hauls and delivers petroleum products. Smith's Transfer received the gold trophy for the over-all safety record of its truck fleet in intercity and local hauling. Among Kanawha Valley companies cited for safety performance's were: Elk Valley Motor Express, the Kroger Co., McJunkin Corp., Criss Shaver, Central Distributing Co., Heck's, Hennes Trucking Co., Hubert Jones Son Trucking Co., Pennzoil Co. and Cecil L. Walker Machinery Co. JUNE BARGAIN DAYS...at Cricket Rocker maple finish with polyfoam cushions. 2 PC. SOFA-BED LIVING ROOM heavy reinforced vinyl t 199. Sofa and Chair! SLEEP ON 6" POLYFOAM COMFORT! Operation hours for Coonskin Pool are now 9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily, it was announced Saturday by Austin Palmer, director of the Kanawha County Parks and Recreation Commission. However, the pool will be closed for public swimming on Thursday and Friday, June 24-25, and until 1 p.m. on Saturday, June 26. These are the dates of the Coonskin Invitational swim meet. 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