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Charleston, West Virginia
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·E Sunday Gtuette-Mail TOPPLING Marijuana Penalties, Sanctions on Wane (C) N.Y. Tim*» Service WASHINGTON-The criminal penalties for the private possession of marijuana beginning to fall-and thus as a practical matter, so are the criminal sanctions for smoking marijuana, at least at home. They are being toppled, in an often bitterly fought nationwide drive, by a combination of politics, practicality, and a growing sense that the typical marijuana smoker simply is not a criminal. In the last two months four states--Alaska, Maine, Colorado and California--have enacted laws that make the possession of small amounts of marijuana in one's house a civil offense rather than a crime, punishable only by a small fine. In one of those states, Alaska, the State Supreme Court then went a step further, ruling unanimously on May 27, that the right to privacy protected possession by adults of marijuana intended for personal use. "It appears that the use of marijuana, as it is presently used in the United States today, does not constitute a public health problem of any significant dimensions," the court said. THIS WEEK, LEGISLATURES in two other jurisdictions-Ohio and the District of Columbia--will hold hearings on similar so-called "decriminalization" legislation involving private possession of small amounts of marijuana. In both cases, prospects for enactment are considered strong. In Minnesota, one house of the state legislature has passed a similar law and the other house is expected to follow suit as soon as it reconvenes next January. In Hawaii, too, where the president of the State Senate, John T. Ushijima, strongly favors the abolition of criminal penalties, decriminalization is also considered likely in the next session And in other places, prosecutors are simply decided on their own not to enforce antimarijuana laws. In nearby Montgomery County, Maryland, state's attorney Andrew L. Sonner announced on June 26 that his office would no longer prosecute "small' cases involving possession in the home. In some areas, moreover, such as Alaska, hashish--a stronger though similar substance--is included in the "marijuana" covered by decriminalization laws. All of this takes place in the face of decades of stringent anti-marijuana laws throughout the country--and in the face, too, of rapidly arising arrests for marijuana use or possession. Oregon enacted a decriminalization law in October of 1973, reducing the penalty for possession of less than an ounce to $100, with a traffic-citation-like system rather than arrest. Until this year, though, it was the only state with such a law. * * * THE NEW TREND is still really only in the early stages and does not go as far as many reformers would like--removing all leagl penalties for both possession and use, at least for adults. Legislatures in some states such as Illinois and South Carolina defeated or killed decriminalization billsthis year, and in some areas, especially the South, resistance to change remains strong. Also, three-states actually tightened up their marijuana laws this year, albeit slightly, so that all strains of marijuana are included in the general prohibition. They are Nevada, Vermont and Wyoming. Yet the trend is undeniable and, apparently, certain to continue. Legislatures in about half the states at least considered decriminalization bills this year, and in some areas, the bills--or the concept behind them--picked up some strong support. In Arizona and New Hampshire, for instance, while one house of each state's legislature defeated bills, the other house passed them. In New Jersey, the attorney general, William Hyland, supports decriminalization of possession of small amounts for personal use; in Wisconsin, the state controlled substances board fa- vors decriminalization and the chairman of the board, Dr. Joseph Benforade, says that the board plans to recommend to the governor that decriminalization legislation be introduced in January, 1976. In New York, Gov. Hugh Carey, while not making a major effort on marijuana law reform, has at least stated his support for it. In the federal government two bills are pending, one calling for removal of all penalties and one providing for a civil fine for possession of small amounts, similar to those enacted in states such as Oregon. Also, in the latest development of a lengthy lawsuit brought by the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws ("NORML"), the major reform organization in the matter, an administrative judge in the Justice Department's Drug Enforcement Administration has recently issued a decision that could lead to significant reform. The judge, Lewis F. Parker, found that the United States could, consistent with its international treaty obligations, shift "cannabis" and "cannabis resin"--the products that generally make up marijuana--from the most controlled list of drugs to a lesser list, and that it could decontrol cannabis seeds and artificial cannabis altogether. He recommended that the administrator ask the secretary of health, education and welfare to make a scientific and medical evaluation and a recommendation regarding the appropriate sechdule of controlled drugs on which the materials should be placed. THE MAIN POTENTIAL impact of the ruling, according to Peter Meyers, counsel for NORML, is in the medical area-reclassification of marijuana could lead to authorization of its use for medical purposes. The administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration, Henry S. Degin, is expected to decide this summer whether or not to accept Parker's recommendation. The new decriminalization laws--some like Colorado's already in effect, some like California's to take effect several months hence and the various bills under consideration have a common pattern. Private possession, generally in the home, is a civil rather than a criminal offense if the amount is small, one about some places, 100 grams (^bout three ounces) other places. A citation, similar to a traffic ticket, is given in place of an arrest and arrest record. The fine is small--a maximum of $100 or $200. Editors Protest Indian Censor Of Writers MILWAUKEE (AP) - The American Society of Newspaper Editors has asked Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi to stop requiring U.S. news correspondents to observe her country's censorship laws as a condition for remaining in the country. Richard H. Leonard, editor of the Milwaukee Journal and chairman of the Society's International Communications Committee, voiced the organization's strong protest of the policy in a telegram to Mrs. Gandhi. "This requirement is clearly a violation of the spirit of world press freedom and will obviously interfere with the flow of news between our nations," Leonard told Mrs. Gandhi. "We ask that the requirement be withdrawn immediately." Leonard said that Daryle Feldmeir, editor of the Chicago Daily News, told him that the Daily News correspondent in India had been given an ultimatum to make the pledge or lose his visa. A Washington Post correspondent has been expelled for allegedly violating the country's censorship laws. , Water Patterson a ftl*c* gradiMfe student at Atervhal! Uciv«ri»y aod a resident o* West Virginia have te*o acceptec at the ¥V*it Virginia College of Osteopath* Metiicue *t Lewtsiws S^ 0 " m * acceptance I have been unable to oWain the necessary financial aid to attend Ifeis year. Classes begin an August M, 1975. If tnere is an interested individual or community group that wouM assist me in my endeavor I will provide them and their community with my professional services upon graduation in return for their assistance. Box 14, Allen Junction. 11 JOB OPENINGS NOW DRY CLEANING Counter ipl*alP» itioos. 4M Lee Sveet. East. MAID and houseman wanted. Apply if person Heart O' Town Motor Inn. Wasnioston at Bioad- B U Low Rates All Types Of Insurance Cancelled Auto insurance Revoked Driver Licenses Reinstated SR22 Filings - Mobile Homes HAGGERTY INSURANCE SERV. Phone 744-2526. Day or Night MAKE new friends. Write Pen Pals C W V Box 415, K.C. Mo. 64141. PATRICIA GALE COSMETICS Mary Wolfe 925-1394 PERSONAL Care home for elderly ladies. Hurricane 562-5725. 5-PtTMMl NEAT ambitious person with gooc character, permanent opportunity for S250 a week. Major Company. He experience necessary. Prefer out trailing method. For personal inter view call 768-7362. SERVICE MANAGES MACHINES Automata! o*s*» or A-M c*p. aefertul Work history '" writing only to A. B. Oick Products. 140 MflUiaaaoa R4. RoM(*e, Va. 24012. BABY SITTER-dependaWe, my home, after 3454537. 5:30, weekends. NOTICE-NOW HIRING Steady work. Starting to take applications for full time employment, number of job openings to be filled 346-0650. Ask for Personnel Manag er. ABORTIONS ABORTION INFORMATION Professional Advice CONFIDENTIAL, LEGAL, SAFE Voluntary Referral Service 344-9117 24 hour service PREGNANT? AND NEED HELP ' RIGHT TO BIRTH CALL 755-1103, 24 hours 7--Ctmtttry Ltti TWO MAUSOLEUM CRYPTS-Tyler Mountain Memory Gardens, 11595. Easy terms. 776-4886. PLANT HELP WE are a nationally known truck tire company and we have several openings in our local branch plant. We provide opportunity, excellent wages and many company paid be efits, including hospitalization. major medical, life insurance, pension program, uniforms, holidays, vac tions. If you are ambitious and dependab stop in and see us on Monday. SUPER TIRE ENGINEERING CO 13th Charles St. DUNBAR, WEST VIRGINIA COMPANION for eMerly My. Live in. 343-1415, 8 a-m. to 12 noon. 11 COMPANION for elderty lady to live in. Light housekeeping and meal preparation required. Suitable tor lady on social security desiring i home and employment. Salary 150 per week. Own room and usual living expenses provided. Spring Hill location. Personal references required. Write Box M-24M, c/o Charleston Newspapers and/or call 1-525-3502 collect after 6 p.m. * CAPITOL Ser/y. - *5H - £«** £«* art same ihorthaai Ottice Ciih** - «i - Lite HMOQ.. Sec'y. - stiO - Fee RetcnUred Typing, shorthand. Typist (So. Cbai.) - *44» - Typaa. gen oitice. Madmen! Trainee - UttO - No typing, good math aptitude. Sefy. - J3M Pius - Several Openings -- typing, shorthand. Typist - «1» - Some typing, 1 yr. college. Call 344-94U »l Qmrritr St. GENERAL OFFICE mark. - SI. At- bans area. *rite ftox4*-M»), c/o GOOD PHOKE voice, strong typing. Mature wite oHice experteoce. U»T. 343-4121. Action Personnel GOOD PHONE voice, strong typing. Mature with office experience MOOr. 313-4121. Action Personnel. LEGAL SECRETARY - Experience necessary St. Albans office. Call 727-4314. COMPANION-houseXeeper, for elderly lady, nice home, 1200 per month. 744-2455 or W5-1I57. HOUSEKEEPER needed-doctor's home Cross Lanes. Swimming ability. Monday-Friday, 10 to 4. Call 774-4IOO. *CENTRAL EMPLOYMENT* TYPIST «» LEGAL SECRETARY *7W. BEGINNER SECRETARY MOO. GENERAL OFFICE, SO. CHAS.J441. Sharp beginner, typing, variety, good benefits, free parking. SECRETARY, ST. ALBANS tSOO. GENERAL OFFICE-EAST S500. SECRETARY to»575. Light shorthand, consider beginner RECEPTIONIST-TYPIST MOO. 2 months, possibly Perm., fee pd. TYPIST, BEGINNER M37. TYPIST »S7. 1033 QUARRIER ST. (Bldg). 343-5113 NO FEE TEMPORARY SECRETARIES, TYPISTS UNITED TALENT 240 Capitol St. 345-1515 TYLER MOUNTAIN-Christus 219B. 4 lots - $600. 774-1990 alter 5. J LOTS-Tyler Ml. Memory Gardens of Christus. S300. 343-3043. EMPLOYMENT S-MbctlkiMwsJMiJM. SMART PERSONNE 345-8272 SALES MANAGER - Experience necessary, Co. Car, Fee'Pd JIMO+Comm. ROUTE SALES 1135 week MANAGER TRAINEE 1140 week SERVICE REP. - Electronic ExpSISC ·gjftf It CORPORATE PERSONNEL MANAGER - Degree, heavy Exp.. Relocate, Fee pd $25,000 710 ATLAS KANAWHA CITY: Sober dependable lady to live in working couple's home and takecareof elderly lady. 6 days a week, MO plus hospitalization and vacation with pay. 925-7022 or 925-0216. LADY needed for light housekeeper Normal cooking and live in with lady who is 59. One day off per week and 160 Prefer someone who can drive 925-7534. LADY TO DO HOUSEWORK, must be able to work without supervision must have own fransportation 776-1980 after 6. U S4.00 hour possible part time. Show sample, take orders for engraved metal social security cards. Send name, social security number for free sample, details. Lifetime Products, Box 25489, Raleigh, N.C. 27611. $685.66 PER MONTH GUARANTEE NEED 6 men women who are willing to work. Musi like to makeabove average income. 744-6368 TEMPORARY HELP 18 year or over Production requirements have made it necessary to add severs men and women to our staff. Jobs can become permanent after 60-90 days based on work record. $114 PER WEEK To start Call 344-2734 9 AM-2PM RELIABLE Christian lady. Light hou- sekeeperand cooking for two-- an share in nursing sick Isdy. Refer ences. 342-2316, 346-7851. PSYCHIATRIC SECRETARY - very difficult job for hard worker only. Typing, bookkeeping, dictaphone. Excellent command of English language. Dependability and integrity. Character and intelligence more important than secretarial skills. Equal opportunity employer. 346-083). 1-Oftke, Ckfkd EAST END EXECUTIVE SEC. wins $375 or more depending on exp. Be ready to begin immediately. 343-4121 Action Personnel GENERAL CLERICAL position Mortgage Banking Firm, with attractive downtown headquarters needs individual with general office experience. Typing, public contact and working with figures will provide challenge for aggressive person. Salary commensurate with experience. For interview write Thomas Hill, Inc., P.O. Box 1133, Chis. or call 344-9633. Equal opportunity employer. RELIABLE lady or couple to live in with elderly woman. Salary offered. Phone 727-6935 or 344-4304. RESPONSIBLE couple or woman to take responsibility of home and care for retarded b o y . Wages. 1-304-847-2034, Webster County. Clarence Cowger, Bergoo, W. Va. 26m TOY COUNSELORS needed, we train house party plan, high earnings, no investment needed. 344-9300 727-1309 A.C.E. WE NEED YOUR SKILLS YOU NEED OUR PAYDAYS BE AN OFFICE TEMPORARY SMART PERSONNEL 710 ATLAS BLDG. PHONE 345-8272 WANTED-Houseparents, very ma ture couple with or without children to operate group home for adolescent boys. We are »n equal opportunity employer. Contact Andrew Lawrenson, Davis-Stuart, Inc. Lewisburg. W.Va. phone 647-5577 11-OffiM, Cltricd WOMAN to live in with mlddleaged ill lady with working husband. Cooking and light housework. Wages negotiable. Driving preferred. Gauley Bridge 632-1216, 9 A.M.-12 noon or 4 P.M.-8 P.M. W A N 3 4 Over 100 offices nationally Asst. VP -- coal co, supervise Superintendents profit sharing, bonus 140,000 DIVISION CONTROLLER national co $22-33,000 MINE SUPERINTENDENT future ... S31.000 + S U P E R V I S O R OF SYSTEMS ANALYSTS J20,000 RETAIL SALES REP heres a chance to go big with a large co S12,OX LAB SUPERVISOR analysisto J20,000 INDUSTRIAL CREDIT MANAGER .. J 1J,000 ROUTE SALES car and future..J8400 FOOD SALES car and bonus J8000 MANAGEMENT TRAINEE learn op orations J5700 all above positions In state 344-9841 816 QUARRIER A.C.E. MAY BLDG WOMEN/MEN PART TIME MAKE YOUR OWN HOURS Permanent position, take charge of displays, check inventory and maintain stock in Costume'Jewelry Departments in your area. No selling, HIGH PAY RATE. Box563 Realser- vice Advertising, H O W . 3 4 S t . , New York, N.Y., 10001. WOMAN To live in with elderly lady. Light housework. 756-3949. WOULD LIKE to board 2 children with good family, ages 2Yi to 5Vi. References. Salary to be discussed. Call between 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. 925-5396. 11-0ffk«, CUfkd NNIIEJUMNC Opportunity to learn bookkeeping and secretarial skills while being employed. Must have minimum of 45 WPM typing ability. Employee will hove opportunity to learn keypunching, bookkeeping and office flexibility in a college environment. Applicants /nust be flexible and willing to learn new techniques. Contact Mr. Johnson: 768-9711 Eqval opportunity and oHirmativ* action emptoytr. SECRETARY PERMANENT PART TIME TO WORK PROM 12:30 TO 5 TYPING SPEED Of 50 WPM TWO YEARS EXPERIENCE REQUIRED .EXCELLENT BENEFITS · TO ARRANGE FOR INTERVIEW CALL JANET PENNINGTON AT 744-5341 »NECjUM.OffOII1UNITYEMflOrE«M/F t-Admfabtrariw ADVERTISING DIRECTOR 'KNOW IT ALL" to create, merchandise, plan in store promotions. Also create or supervise all production work. Knowledge of all media required. Please send brief resume and salary range required. HOYLMAN-HUFFMAN, INC., P. 0. BOX 557, St. Albans, W.Va. 25177. 8 4 8 4 8 $S ACTION PERSONNEL $$ INTANGIBLE SALES OPEN Strong salary plus comm. Must have outside exp. MANAGEMENT TRAINEE $575 Aggressive, professional" attitude. No limit on your ambition. 343-4821 922QUARRIER-SUITE506 AUTO SALES MANAGER New England Olds! New car manage to handle 1,600 volume with TO o modified TO system. il,200 bas plus commission. Must be stronj with good track record. Fee paid 214/270-6539, Wood Personnel Agency. Box 28866, Dallas, Texas75228 AL MARINO needs part time janitor for office and residence. Apply 912 Bridge Rd. or call 343-9467 anytime ALUMINUM AWNING installers desired. 722-3238, 680 W: MacCorkle, St. Albans. BEST JOBS Coal Co. Controller, degree heavy acct'ing exp. with a coal co., Beckley, W.Va. area, fee pd $25,000 Gxp. Corporate personnel mgr., Hickory, NC, fee pd $25,000 Hydraulics Eng.--approx. 10 yrs. exp. in hydraulic circuitry as well as components for heavy, mobile machinery. This exp. would come from construction and mining equip: such as Caterpillar tractors, etc., Columbia, SC, fee pd ' $22,000 Coal Analysis Supervisor, fee pd Salary open Customer Service Rep.-Exp. with landing or collections with small loan co. or bank $7,800 Rt. sales trainee-Van furnished, calling on variety stores $7,020 Exp. Warehouse supervisor....$8,400+ Holmes Emp. Associates Room 307, Medical Arts Bldg. 1023 Quarrier St. 343-4183 Eve. 346-3965 A.C.E. NOT JUST J08S-BUT CAREERS XP. FULL CHARGE BOOKKEE PER J750 XECUTIVE SECY for attorney.JTOO CCOUNTING ASSISTANT fee piid. WOO IELD ANALYSIS CLERK $517 REVIEW AND REPORTS CLERK, {412 MANAGEMENT PLANNING CLERK (mkt. dept.) J450 PROCESS INFORMATION ATTEN DENT J437 VARRIED DUTIES - official respon slble for correspondence, records and accounts open partial list - for confidential Inter view 344-9841 816 QUARRIER A.C.E. May Bldg. AD Paste-Up Typist CRYSTALLIZER SUPERINTENDENT SOUTHEAST LOUISIANA Immediate Immediate neec for aggressive, experiencec individual with supervisory background to operate larg crystallization system. Excel lent benefit program. Salary depends on experience. Include current salary with, background information. All replies handled in confidence. Send reply to: Box M2499 c/o Charleston Newspapers An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F BEST JOBS Permanent part time position with doctor's off., full day on Mon., 'fi day Tues., Thurs., FrL, alternate 'A day Sat $2.50 to $3.00 Hr. Exp. Secy $450 Off. Mgr. for Med. office, Kan. City.. $450 Clerk-typist, So. Chas $400 to $450 Full Charge Bookkeeper $550 Salesperson $433 Holmes Emp. Associates Room 307, Medical Arts Bldg. 1023 Quarrier St. 343-4183 Eve. 346-3965 Charleston Newspapers is seeking a versatile person to work in their composition department, 60 words per minute minimum typing required. Hours 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. Apply In PertMU Personnel Department Charleston Newspapers 1001 Virginia St. E. l-Mliultotww Wld. BOOKKEEPER - FULL CHARGE prefer supervisory experience. Hsn- . die A.R., A.P., General Ledger accounts and Tax Reports. Salary commensurate with experience. Send complete resume including references to P. 0. Box 3069, Charleston, W. Va. 25331 ft-Miictltantois Help Wtd. 9--Administrative CABIN Creek Quilts accepting applications for staff positions from bright self-motivated people. Call 1-595-3928. FINANCE/MANAGER Experience necessary to run consumer finance office for the expanding Ashland Finance Co. Locations for openings Ashland, Ky. and Welch, W.Va. Send resume to P.O. Box 1527, Ashland, Ky. 41101. Alt. Mr. Couchot or phone (606) 325-7661. {ANNOUNCEMENTS) 3-Loil and Found LO"ST -- Black female poodle, vicinity Sugar Creek Drive. Answers to "Susie. 1 Reward. 343-3661. * CAPITOL * TERRITORIAL SALES - 5)3,500 plus bonus, comm., expenses, fee paid. Atlanta based firm seeks sales rep. to call on pre-sold accounts in W. Va. territory. Excellent earnings in the high S20's. MEDICAL SALES - $12,000 plus bonus, car expenses. Fee Pd. Sales background plus some college helpful. CUSTOMER SERVICE REP. - $7,800 - Comrn'l. type firm seeks related banking, small loan, etc., back- · ground. Will move quickly to upper mgmt. Programming (Fee Pd.) ..$13,500 Loan Mgmt. Trainee $7,000 "ood Sales Trainee $10,000 programming Trainee $6-8,400 Pr eduction Scheduler $7,800 Teletype/Typing $7,200 Inventory Control Sup'vr to $15,000 Project Design Engr $20,000 Engr. Sales Trainee $18,000 Beckley Area - Sales/Service · $10-12,000 Call 344-9664 901 Quarrier St. JOB OPPORTUNITY-DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES with 5 county district health departments. Minimum requirements: Bachelors Degree in Public or Business Administration or a related field, 5 years of Administrative experience. Beginning salary $585.75 bi-weekly. Contact Robert 5. Hill, MD, Gateway District Health Dept. c/o Box 107, Owingsville, Ky. 40360, 606-674-6355 for information on application and the Ky. state merit exam. Kayford Man's Rite Scheduled Tuesday LOST - Gray Fuffy boy cat. White feet, white flea collar. Davis-Creek vicinity. REWARD Call 744-0807. LOST -- gray, black, white striped male cat. Missing since June 30 -Edgewood, Mathews Ave. vicinity Reward. 342-6700. LOST 3 weeks. Small, white shaggy poodle. Name "Nina". Children oet. 744-2084. Service will be Tuesday for a Kayford man who died early Saturday after he accidentally shot himself in the head late Friday night. Dead after arriving at Montgomery General Hospital was Walter Smith Jr., 23. The accidental shooting occurred about Area Facilities Brochure Made The first in a series of informational brochures about the attractions and facilities in Charleston and Kanawha County is now available from the Charleston Regional Chamber of Commerce and Development. Entitled "Points of Interest," the initial borchure is oriented to tourists, visitors and newcomers to the Kanawha Valley. It provides photographs and informational data about such attractions as the State Capitol, Sunrise. Coonskin Park and others. When completed, the series of pamphlets will include those on parks and recreation, transportation, industry and business and other subjects. The brochures will be available in small quantities without cost, but there will be a fee for«those wanting 100 or more, said John Cbipman. Write to Commerce ano Development. P. 0. Box 471, Charleston. W. Va. 25322. manager repair service MERCHANDISERS, store managers, or former merchants to conduct money raising or closing out sales for retail stores. Steady work. Must know retail merchandising. Advertising, sign work helpful. Jobs available immediately. Prefer 10 years or more retail experience. Income $11,000 to $16,000. Write Paul Brooker Sales international, Inc., P.O. Box 1465, Wichita, Kansas, 67201, or phone area code 316, 262 L 7258 1 LOST: BLACK AND TAN CHIHU AHUA. Slim legs. 7 yrs. old. 550 RE WARD. 343-4031. LOST-Wallet (James M. Ronning), Minnesota. Keep cash plus reward. 343-4501, 344-8509. 11:40 p.m., after Smith had shot at a group of barking dogs near his home. When he peered into the gun barrel, the weapon discharged, striking him in the head, state police said. Smith was an employe of Bethlehem Mine Corp. at Kay ford, where he lived all his life. He was a member of the UMW. Surviving: wife, Kristin; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith Sr. of Kayford; sister, Mrs. Janet Nance of Oak Forest, 111.; brothers, Bernard and David, both of Cicero, 111., Charles and Mitchell, both of Kayford. Service will be 1 p.m. Tuesday in Kayford Baptist Church, with the Rev. Johnny Burgess and the Rev. Ervin Woodrum officiating. Burial will be in the Red Warrior Cemetery at Red Warrior. Friends may call after 6 p.m. Monday at Pryor Funeral Home, East Bank. The body will be taken to the church one hour before service. Van Man Named To Boone Court MADISON-Arthur Dingess of Van was chosen to fill a vacancy on the Boone County Court, during a Boone County Executive Board meeting Saturday. Dingess, a Van merchant, will fill a slot on the court created Jan. 1, when former court member J. Robert Rogers resigSd after his election to the State Senate. Dingess will be sworn into office Aug. 2. LOST-Small longhaired gray part poodle--male. Answers to "Skip". Connell Road and Loudendale vicinity. 344-8995. *CENTRAL EMPLOYMENT* SALES REP., BS mature .. . Bonus, to banks only, light travel IND. SALES REP $10,800+ SALES REP, soft goods to $12K SALES TRAINEE $135 wk.+ PRODUCTION PLANNER to $18K BS ind. inventory exp., fee pd. WAREHOUSE SUPV. EXP $10,000 ACCOUNTING, PAYROLL $9,000+ IND. CLERK, GENERAL $5200 RETAIL CREDIT, Beckley $650 FINANCE INS. MGR $9000 up ELECTRICAL ENG, exp $20,000 MACHINIST TRAINEE, exp $3.25 DRAFTING, DESIGN, $12K PROGRAMMER, BS Exp. CUSTOMER SERVICE Rep. $650 1033 QUARRIER ST. (Bldg.) 343-5113 MPH/MBA/MHA -- Summer position in W. Va. Experience in planning and budgeting needed. $200 per week. An equal opportunity employer. Send Resume to P.O. Box 1229, Beckley, W. Va. 25801. PUBLIC RELATIONS PERSON Part time for local agency. Must have experience with all media. Send resume to Box M-2500 c/o Charleston Newspaper;. Real Estate Manager Apply in person--bring complete resume to Olde English Realty, 5098 Washington St. West., Cross Lanes. A division of Dempsey Bldg. Corp. ACE AMBULANCE SERVICE UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT 24 hour emergency convalescent service offices in So. Charleston Charleston. Transport service any point in US. 744-9447, 344-3645. BEAUTIFUL hand painted ELVIS portrait, done in living color, on velvet background. Approximate size, 3'x2'3". Complete with desert wood frae. SU5 cash. Phone344-9561 After 12 noon only. BRASS musicians wanted -- For new innovative group now forming. Cal 722-3750, weekdays 4-5:30, weekend 12 to 4. CROSON DETECTIVE AGENCY POLYGRAPH SERVICE LICENSED-BONDED 343-1564 DEBTS - On and after this date, Jul 12, 1975, I will not be responsible fo any debts contracted by anyone oth or than myself, Frank G. Higgin botham, 1311 Roseberry Circle, Ap 506, Charleston. WV. 25311. COLLEGE INTERNSHIPS College Students at West Virginia State College, Morris Harvey, and West Virginia College of Graduate Studies. Participate in 9-month community service internship beginning in September, earn full academic credit plus S175 per month Stipend. UNIVERSITY YEAR FOR ACTION 766-3217 COUNTRY and western band needed Friday and Saturday nights -- 9 unti 2. Tomand Sirs Place. Rt.WatLit tie Sandy Bridge. Elkview, 965-9000 DENTAL ASSISTANT - Part time, experience preferred but not neces sary. Excellent working conditions Dunbar area. Write Box M-2497 c/ Charleston Newspapers. FINANCE CAREER-Opportunit with National Finance firm with 8C offices seeking applicants as poten lial Branch Managers. Experienc unnecessary. Competitive salarie Contact Mr. Ford, 346-0311. DUE TO the capability and effidenc of Dr. David Harris at Sfaats Hosp tsl on the evening of 7-5-75,1 am still alive lo place this 3d. James L. Shor- J«n. FUND RAISING MONEY NEEDED? LUZIER, INC. - now offering special products at special prices to ail or- gani;3tioni. 3«-?537. 727-9269^ GOD offers a wonderful plan for your Hie. Call 744-6309 (a recording^ HARRELL MEMORIAL NURSING HOME-ISM VIRGINIA ST EAST ___PHONE34j-7l_45_ "HAVE A DRINKING PROBLEM? NEED HELP? Call Alcoholics Anonymous 34?-315 or or more information wife P. 0. Box 3121, Chas. 2S331 HOUSESITTERS available during vacation. Clean nonsmcKinj professional people. Excellent references 747-342S weekdays before p.m. HUMPHREYS Reunion w«l be held July 23, Cocnskin Park, Shelter fl from 9 a m. fo p.m. Anyone related fo !hs Hwrnphreyi art in»if*d. FULL TIME BOOKKEEPER, needed for growing local automobile deale ship. Prefer person with automobi experience. If you qualify: benefi include $1000 per month, compan car. paid insurance and retiremen Reply in own handwriting to: Box 2507, c/o Charleston Newspapers. 9--Administrative Person will have responsibility for managing parts soles and serviceand equipment rebuild functions. Our candidate must be experienced in distribution systems and have a proven background in general 'management, including materials planning, R.O.C.E., etc. We offer an attractive salary and fringe benefits. Write in confidence to: Personnel, FMC Corporation, Mining Equipment Division, P.O. Box 992, Fairmont, West Virginia 26554. An Equal Opportunity Employer ·FMC Mining Equipment EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY ASSISTANT TO OWNER AND MANAGER OLD ESTABLISHED FIRM ENGAGED IN CONTRACT MASONRY CONSTRUCTION OF LARGE COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS SUCH AS SCHOOLS, HOSPITALS, STORES, APART. MENTS, AND SIMILAR WORK, NEEDS MAN UNDER 30 YEARS OF AGE TO ASSIST OWNER AND MANAGER. REQUIREMENTS--COLLEGE GRADUATE, INTEGRITY, HONESTY, AMBITION, AND WILLINGNESS TO SHARE RESPONSIBILITY. WORK INCLUDES ASSISTING IN BID PREPARATION; PURCHASING; LAYOUT; COST ESTIMATES; CHECKING MATERIAL DELIVERIES, ETC. SALARY--OPEN, CONSISTENT WITH BACKGROUND AND ABILITY. REPLY IN OWN HANDWRITING TO BOX C- 2494, CARE OF THE CHARLESTON GAZETTE AND DAILY MAIL. WANT AD INFORMATION phone 3484848 or Write Charleston Newspapers Classified Dept. P.O.Box2993,Charteston,W.Va 1 25330 HIGH SCHOOL GRADS LOOK! Are you somebody stuck in a nobot job? (which are even hard to fin! these days) If so, check out tnese important feMures: -S3*4 monthly starting pay; S383 afte just 6 months, plus.. . - Free room and board, plus - valuable technical skills training, olus . . . -30 dayi oaid vacation per year, plus - Advanced education ocportunities, P'US ... - Free rredicai ar.d dental care. For more information on these and o'hsr valuable benefits, cali your lo- cai Marine Corps Representative today! (30) 7U-6W. ICE FIELD PERSON Alfred Pa* Son Charleston Office Property^ suaify underwriting or field experience necessary. Contact in confidence Chas. office manager, Gary Skeen, 3«-3*W or in WheeSng, Herman Lewii, 237-*671. DIRECTOR OF PURCHASING West Virginio University Under the President of the University, plan and direct an effective purchasing management system to expedite the procurement of educational, research and service equipment and supplies. Direct the activities of the Purchasing Office staff in accordance with University policies and state purchasing regulations. Minimum qualifications include a BS Degree in Business Administration or its equivalent with successful experience in adequate and relevant business management and computer systems applications which is sufficient to meet the expectations of this position. Applicant's experience must include management responsibilities equivalent to those performed by the head or assistant head in a purchasing division in an enterprise which makes a wide variety of purchases totaling $25 to $50 million per year. Submit resume by August 31,1975 to: Dr. George E. Kirk Provost For Finance West Virginia University Mtnjffttii* Wtst Yin** 2*5*4 ·CLASSIFICATIONS t ANNOUNCEMENTS--1 thru 7A EMPLOYMENTS thru 16 INSTRUCTIONS-17, 18 MERCHANDISE--19.hru 35 . BUSINESS SERVICE--36 LIVESTOCK--37 thru 40 ' MOBILE HOMES--41,42 TRAILERS-42-A, 42-B . RENTALS--55 thru 65 ROOMS-67 thru 70 FINANCIAL--72 thru 78 AUTOMOTIVE-79 thru 89 DEADLINES · Line Ads to start Tues. thru Sat. 4 p.m. previous day. Line ads to Start Sun. or Mon. 1 p.m. Sat. Classified display 11:30 a.m. two doys.prior to publishing. PLEASE READ YOUR AD Advertisers should read their advertisements the FIRST DAY THEY APPEAR AND REPORT ERRORS in time tor the next insertion. Chaileston Newspapers are responsible for only the first incorrect insertion and n ° allow- once will be mode for nore than one incorrect insertion. · RITES ·' Effective Dec. 29. 1974 iDNBUALS Minimum Charge--SI .92 Consecutive line. Days Run Rote 1 or 2 days 603 Days 54' 4 Days 42' 5 Days 36' 6 Days 32" 7 Days 30; (Exceptions: All businesses, individual and corporations, em- oloyment, instructions, rentals, financial, all services--see Commercial Rales). To figure cost of your od, count words, divide by 4, multiply by number of days to run, multiply by rotes. 2 line minimum. COMERCIIl KITES · RESTVieiU Far All Business, Individuol and Corporation, Employment, Instructions, Rentals, Financial and Services 1 Day 70" line 4 Days 64' line 7 Days 58 ( line 30 Days 52 line Above Rates For Consecutive Issues AN EQUAl OPPORTUNnY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPlOTER M/iF | CLOSED SUNDAY ·CANCELLATIONS* A D O R D E R E D CANNOT be changed or cancelled prior to first insertion. [·CANCELLATION DEADUNES 4 P.M. Mon. thry Fri. f 1 P.M. Saturday Charleston Newspapers will oc- I cent your od over the phone but subject to payment within 7 days 1 oher cancellation. Business Service advertisements accepted on a charge basis only where the advertiser has o phone listed in his name DEAtUKfOftLEGALS, 4:00 P.M. Two days prior lo pub- !korton*orbo!f: Goze«e Daily Moil. 4 ; 00 P.M. Friday for Monday Gozerte Doily Moil Over 4 cok. by prior ogreetnenl. , , ·KITIIISIIUIESUTE* Howrii purchase* rertok, end teasing vk*rtW becoos* of root, «ed, color, sex. or oge, should be reported to ibe Chorfeslon H«mon Commission, phone 348-4860. CASH WITH OIKI For oft ads originating outside Charleston's locol Jeleohone service area. Please use the above rate guides to compute tSe cost | of your od.

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