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4E --June 6. 1976 Sunday C'nap ttv-Ma il Charleston, West Virginia Handicapped Training Session Due A training institute to implement vocational education for the handicapped in West Virginia is being cosponsored by the West Virginia College of Graduate Studies and the West Virginia Department of Education. The institute will be held June 14-18 at West Virginia Tech in Montgomery. Priority is being given to participants in teams of four selected by school superintendents in each county. Other persons may attend on a first-come, first-served basis by contacting Mrs. Iva Dean Cook, assistant professor of special education at the graduate college. 768-9711. For those q u a l i f y i n g , three hours of graduate or undergraduate credit are available. Dr. Ed Rick Research Associate Doctor to Speak Dr. Jack Leckie, president of the West Virginia State Medical Assn., will address the Kanawha Medical Society at the Ramada Inn in South Charleston at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. Maker of Quality Clothing Corbm tin 1 m t ' r n i r v diiiilis. nl is mi t';iv \v(.',ir. s ridii! suit* IKI* never ixvn . . each smi'ihiiiL f ;irt ;ilwav- par- sivli'tri'iuk l a i :ill(l I'iihrii 1 q u a l i i v aiiii 'lids, i-lurkx nit plaid ^ well a s t h e e v e r - p o p u - i;ir stripes w i l l please! .W pilve:or I-V. \VIM| m p e i s i l u n e e d w h e n I h e m e r c u r y climbs and vmi wain cuinlnri w i i h s i v l e ! ihese: suits;' HOURS MON.-FRI. 10:00 TO 8:30 SAL-SUN. 'TIL 5:00 Alternations available by Master Tailor: ALBERT KOVAC Carbide Names Researcher Dr. Ed Rick has been named a research associate at Union Carbide's Technical Center in South Charleston. He will have responsibility for building an exploratory organic chemistry skill center, and will also supervise the technological forecasting activity. Dr. Rick is being recognized for his major contributions in obtaining commercial acceptance of a new low pressure Oxo process. He has a doctorate from Yale and joined Union Carbide here in 1959. He is a native of Middletown, Mass. Seller (Continued From Page 2E.) Moore's letter has prompted a lot of calls to legislators, some of whom complained that Moore didn't tell the service personnel that he didn't provide the money when he asked the legislature to pass the raise . . . Del. Phyllis Given got 45 more votes than A. James Manchin in Kanawha County in the secretary of state's race . . . Scott Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney P. Davis of Charleston, will be working this summer for Rep. Donald Wayne Riegle, R-Mich. Young Davis attends North Carolina University and is interested in politics. He's thinking about becoming a career officers for the State Department. His father is a past president of the Chamber of Commerce and is on the board of Morris Harvey College . . . Although financial reports list "contributions" from Canfield-Miller and Associates to local Rockefeller groups, the money actually was reimbursement for advertising but the finanacial forms don't provide a space for that type of explanation . . . The Washington Post of June 3 listed among guests at the White House dinner in honor of Juan Carlos and Sofia, king and queen of Spain, Gov. and Mrs. Moore and House Minority Leader George Seibert, R-Ohio, and his wife . . . Acting Labor Commissioner Joseph Mills recognized employes at a recent department meeting at Morris Harvey. They were John Finley, Kermit Haines, Walter Harvey. Ramirez Jorishie, and R.D. Williams for 15 years of service; William Crowley, James T. Massey, William Pickering. George Roberts and James Stalnaker for 10 years and Robert Goff, David Griffith, Priscilla Snuffer, Jack Tasker and Oren Waugh for five years service. 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A ciih equivalent will uÂ«ioi!y "* lulficienf tfo FRÂ£E PARKING AT OUR DOOR ~n payment 'mms HOURS Hain lobbf Wilt Up Hindons Installment LoinOept. Hon. thru flUlSUdJ 5:00 It 2:00 7:3fltcl:3C 9:00 la 4:30 Friday 9:00to7:00 7:30 to 7'00 9:00 to 7:00 Sitiirda; 9:00 to Noon 7:30 to ta S.'OOtoKoon ^ Member--Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation OF CHARLESTON 3601 MacCorkle Ave. S.E. Phone 925-6611 Announcing A Special for the best window designs with a Bicentennial Theme! * TWO CATEGORIES *TWO WINNERS 1. Department and Discount Stores 2, Specialty Shops *CASH AWARDS. . . i *FULL COLOR REPRODUCT 176 to the display manager ONS OF WINNING ENTRIE in the SUNDAY GAZETTE-MAIL Only retailers advertising in the special Bicentennial edition are eligible. Just send the coupon in this ad to Charleston Newspapers art department. Windows must be ready for judging on Monday, June 21, 1976. Entries will be reviewed by a panel of impartial judges. Their decision will be final. Deadline for entries is Wednesday, June 1 6. Only those returning the coupon will be considered eligible, Sponsored by Charleston Newspapers 0brleÂ£ton gtaili) fflail how to enter: The Charleston Gazette E^GAZKTTK-I\!AIL / would like to enter the Bicentennial Window Display Awards Contest. NAME STORE CATEGORY Clip and Moil Coupon to Charleston Newspapers 1001 Virginia St. E. Charleston W. Va. 2530 1 Attn.: Art Dept.