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4D--Jnhr 30, 1972 Sunday Gazette-Mail ChtrKttoo, W«t VlrelnU-- CHESS Fischer Needs Only IVz Points, But Don't Count Spassky Out By Edward M. Foy | really is a place to pick up some I rvimf C C l t f r\s\intr nu «%n nmivtf r I Robert Fischer won the eighth | game from Boris Spassky in re al experience and to mingle ° rft their world championship chess match in Reykjavik, Iceland. He now leads, 5 to 3. The American needs 7% additional points to win the title; the Russian Grandmaster needs 9 more points to draw the contest--and save his chess crown. Spassky is resilient. He was down two points in his last match with came back (using the term rather loosely) with chess masters and grand- masters. Besides the open prizes ($1,500. for fist place), there are enough prizes for different categories of players so that every contestant is eligible for an award in his particular rating group. Players who do not plan to attend the Junior U.S. Open in ' o r the U.S. Open in Petrosian, but hejSt. Paul to win the match!Atlantic City can play" chess and the world chess championship. Still, the way Fischer has man-handled him in the last six games (winning four and drawing two) is bound to have a disturbing effect--to say the least--on Spassky. Spassky is eight years younger than Petro- sian but six years older than Fischer. We have remarked before that our West Virginia players, espe- cillay the younger ones, are stronger than their USCF ratings. Participation in the U.S. Junior Open (under 21) would be a good opportunity to pick up some rating points. This is a national USCF tourney but it! starts Monday CJuly 311 at the College of St. Thomas. St. Paul, Minn. If plans are not already made, there is hardly enough without ever leaving Charleston. The local chess organization continues to meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at St. John's Parish Actor Posts Bond on Auto Theft Charge HOLLYWOOD-W-Actor Michael Pollard was released on $1,000 bail after being booked for investigation of a three- year-old grand theft auto warrant involving a car he rented, police said Saturday. 32, who listed his ad- L °|;J; Use Want Ads. Dial 348-4848 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS! 3--Lest and Found FOUND: Small femaleChlhuahua doo. on West Slde._ 34«-2814. Carftw bracelet in Charleston arm. Very sentimental v.ilue. Reward. cat Vicinity dress as transient, is scheduleld to be arraigned Monday in Beverly Hills Municipal Court, officers said. He was arrested late Friday after police stopped a vehicle for a traffic offense. He was passenger, officers said. Pollard is accused of not pay- Jig for a car which he allegedly leased June 28, 1969, from Thomas Martindale, owner of a rental company here, police reported. A warrant was issued Nov. 20, 1969, after Martindale filed a report against said. The car . Female Siamese, Ru((nw . Avemrt! . R ewflr 3 LOST": 'Male Chihtahuo. Vicinity of Ruthdale or Alum Creek. REWARD. 744 LOST: Friday: '"Smoll half-Collie half German Shepherd male puppy. West Sid*. 343-5571. 344-017J evenings. LOST: " Yellow and ' green parakeet. Tamed. Vicinity of downtown Charles- _tpn^ REWARD. 344-9448. 3 LOSTf Woma"n"who~pfcked UP small pup on Coal River Road--Please return. Childs pet. Reward. 768-0326. Pollard, police was recovered Aug. 7. 1970, in West Hollywood, House, 1105 Quarrier St. Visitorsithey added, are welcome. Bring along sets.! Motion pictures in which the if possible. But do not stay]actor has appeared include away simply due to the lack of: "Bonnie and Clyde" and "Little a chess set. Fauss and Big Halsey." LOST: Brown male doq. Mlngo County registration tag. Cross Lanes Area. Reward. 776-4714. 8--MiscellonwHft H»lp Wtd. ' " " _ Call EMPLOYMENT/ Verutlle personality ambition will net life time career! Si* Bell 344-4031^ SneHIng i. Snelllng. EX PE'RTE NC E 6 SEW iWG" m«chfniTTper» tor. Apply In person, Charleston Ten and Awning Company. starting positions ai .C.I :.E. 816 Q.'arri EX-GI--We have trainee opportunities. A St. JW-WI. EXCELLENT opportunity for houMwlv lo earn $20 per evening to help p»y o school bills and oncoming Chrlstma bins. Be a House of Lloyd toy demonstra tor. No investment. No collecting o delivery. 15 per cent hostess plan Write 110 Lewis Avenue, A»artm»nf Barboursvllle, West Virginia. GENERAL MANAGER-Mature, level head et' man wirti good background in man ogempnt In fabrication, parts, supply etc. High level position with a cumpan of the highest reputation. Top mone and benefits. A.C.E., 816 Quarrier S 4--Special Notices CONFIDENTIAL Private Investigator. DC mestic _ Criminal -- Accident Invejll gallons. 343.0700. GOOD HOME and care for elderly ladles 342-0843. HARRELL 1514 NURSING HOME VIRGINIA ST., EAST PHONE 343-7145 Birth Announcements Mr. Thomas Memorial Hospital and Mrs. Kenneth H. Tinsley, 4831 Klondike Rd., May 8, boy. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell C. Belter, Pine Dr., Poca, May 9, girl. 169 time to get ready to start playing tomorrow. The U.S. Open for 1972 is at Atlantic City at the Hotel Shelbourne, August 13-25. Now these Charters Granted . 1, gl Mr. and Mrs. Dennis C. Bumgardner, 102 Faulkner St., SI. Albans, 'May 9, boy. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E, Canterbury. 2719 Forrestsl Ave., Albans, May 10. boy. Mr. and Mrs. Lorcn F. Bailey, 906 "G" Street, South Charleston, May 11, boy. Mr. and Mrj. Charles W. Houjhton Jr., 2821 Lincoln Ave., St. Albans, May 11, boy. Mr. and Mrs. Gregory C. Thompson. " Pinewood Dr., Dunbar, May 11, The following corporations have been granted state charters, according to the secretary of state's office: Appalachian Controls Co. Principal off Ice. South Charleston. Authorized capital S1SO.OOO. Par value, $10. ^corporators Jacqueline H. King. Harry P. Henshaw III and Ernest H. Gilbert all of Charles ton. The H W Sales Co. Principal office S. Charleston. Authorized capital, 500 shares. No par value. Incorporators: William T. Lively Jr., E .W. Light Jr. and Judith N. Sneed all of Charleston. Tvqart West Inc. Principal office. Charleston, Authorized capital, $1,000. Par value, $10. Incorporators: Martin C Roach, Laralne' Brazpn and David A. Kclley all of Pittsburgh, Pa. Kannwha Porsche Audi Inc. Principal oflice, St. Albans. Authorized capital, $5,000. Par value, $1,000. ^corporators: Herbert Rubin, Bernard J. Wald and Michael Hoenig alt of New York, N. Y. Pinewood Acres Inc. Principal office. Charleston. Authorized capital, $5,000. Par value, $100. Incorporators: William H. Hundley, Sadie C. Hundley and James H. Hundley all of Charleston. Ball-Island Inc. Principal office, Charleston, Authorized capital, 100 shares, No par value. Incorporators: Phillip D. Y. Chin, Andrew D. H. Chin and Sasanna Y. K. Chin all ot Charleston. West Mobile Homes Inc. Principal office, Butler, Pa. Authorized capital, J75.000. Par v*lu*. $100 Incnronrator*- John E. Russell, Helen M. Russell and Eugene Naqel all of Butler, Pa. The Aquarium, Inc. Principal office, Wheeling. Authorized capital, $5,000. Par value, $1. Incorporators: Jack E. Kaln, Jack J. Rerllse and James J. Harkim all of Wheeling. Parkersburg't Plnest Moblln Home Sales Inc. Principal oftlcp. Parkersburg. Authorized capital, $25,000. Par value, $100. Incorporators: John D. Arnos, Gary D. Smith and Herbert M. Vaughan all of Charlestw Osborne Enterprises Inc. of W. Va. Principal office, Harrlsvillp. Authorized capital, $120.000. Par value, $100. Incorporators: Carl L. Osborn nnd SuMnOsborno both of Harrisville and William G. Goudy of Pflrkersburg. 802 boy. Mr. and Mrs. Kennetn R. Johnson, Soutti Charleston, May 17, girl. Mr. and Mrs. Eustice E. Webster, Rt. 2, SI. Albans. May 12, boy. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lee Smith, 548 22nd St., Dunbar, May 13, boy. Mr. and Mrs. John Booth Jr., River Street, Bancroft, May 13, boy. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Parsons, Scott Ridg« Road, Liberty, May li- Sirl. Mr. and Mrs. William B. Casto, Star Rt. 1, Red House, May 16. p/irl Mr. and Mrs. James B. McVey, Rt 1, Winfield, May ]«, girl. Mr. and Mrs. Lovell M. Randolph, Poca, May 16, girl V-. a-- V.rs. Robert L. Ollion jr., 1W1 Seventh Ave., St. Albans, May 16, Bin. Mr. «ncf Mrs. James L. Johnson, Rt. 2, Hurricane, May 17, girl Mr. and Mrs. Thomas K. Wilson, 309 Vine St., South Charleston, May 18, twins boy and girl. Mr. and Mrs. Gary J. Dale, 2360 Harrison Ave., St. Albaos, May 16, boy Mr. and Mrs. Buster H. Hall, 317 Oliver St., St. Albans, May 18, twin boys. i,^!"; ?Vi Mrs - E*"'"* Eugene Bailey, 315 '/» 11m St., Dunbar, May 19, boy Mr. and Mrs. Jerry D. Payne, 5823 Kanawha Turnpike, St. Albans, May 19, boy. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. 138 Vaturia Dr., Hurricane, July O'bell, Mr. and Mrs. Robert W, ?15 Falrvlew Dr., St. Albans, July 10, boy Tinsley, Mr. and Mrs. Russell A. No. 3 Martin Court. Nitro, July 10, olrl Mo", Mr. and Mrs, Richard A. 948 Stone Dr., St. Albans, July 11, girl Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin D., 200 Ohio Ave., St. Albans, July 11, boy _ PI^Y'L' Mr - and Mrs - William M., Robertsburo, July 12, boy. Pate, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall R. 219 vl TM "'» Ave - St. Albans, July 12, girl. Trlbble, Mr. and Mrs. James A. 134 Scary Rd , Scott Depot, July 14, boy Burdette, Mr. snd Mrs. Holley ., Tyler Hgts. Sta. Charleston, July M, Wood, Mr .and Mrj. 1, "oca, July 14, boy. Hyre, Mr. and Mrs. Richard D Juniper St., Nitro, July 15, girl. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas I 7, South Charleston, July IS, boy. Dress, Mr vd Mrs. Jamc; M, Depot. July IS, boy. Jr., 10, William K., Rt. 203 Rt. Sf. Fr«ncl« Hospital Mr. »nd Mrs. Horace Jefferson Ward, 1212 Seventh Ave., Feb. 7, boy Mr. and Mrs. bempsey Bl»lr Campbell Sr., Rt. 2,Elkvlew, Feb. M, boy. .Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Talmadge Bl- nion, 1210 Homer St., Feb 19, boy wKf-' o? d , Mrs ' r «*«Y Eugene Blale, W1l'/j Blgley Ave., Feb. 30, boy JS'wS'd ""1; Charles'"Eugene Dlck- «»', _yenabta Ave, Feb. 7, girl. Jerry Z»ne Burdette, Drpnner Roofing Co. Principal . Logan. Authorized capital. S30.000 P a r ] value, $1CO. Incorporates: Bruc*» H Drenner and Sharon K. Drpnn?r both nl Yuma and Reqainia Q. Drenner of Loosn. Mr. and Rt. S, Feb. TM r uil n 1,- / ^/"^ ll " nn Fprr?l1 Harrl| son, 5024 Big Tyler Rd., Feb. », girl. olflce.; Paxlon, Mr. and Mrs. David P Mam Ave., Nitro, June 22, boy Neison, Mr. fln a Mrs. Kernper Eleanor. June 23, girl , ¥*?' M , r _ "."« w "- Jsmes H., , 17 T., Jerry's Automotive Inc. Principal office, Morgantown. AuthorirPd caoi'al, 520.00!) Par value, $100. Incorporators: John E. Gaspar, Alva Cnlandrelli and Robert A. Ritchey all of Morqantown. Stmny Hill Day Nursery Inr Principal office. Vienna Authorized capital, $5,000. Par valuP, SI. Incorpnralors: Frank A. Saubier Jr., and Gail M. Saubi^r bnth of Vienna and Robert T. Goldpnbprg of Parkersburg. Berkeley Development Corp. Principal c'fice. Charles Town. Authorized capital, 100 shares. No par value. Incorporators: Gilbert R. Clarke ofCharles Town, J. R. Shieldr. ot South Miami, Fla. and B. G. Jones III of Fort Myers, Fla. Safety Systems Inc. Principal office. Huntington. Authorized capital, $5.000. Par value. $1. Incorporslors: Robert M. L«vv, James Allan Colburn and Joe N. Patton all of Huntinqton. W. Va. Corp. Principal office. Bluefield. Authorized capital, $50,000. Par value, *100. Incorporators: Robert C. Nelson, John W. Hudson and Harold L. Hines all of Bluefield. Blelfus Tire Service Inc. Principal office, Triadelphia. Authorized capital, $50,000. Par value, $1. Incorporators: LPO A. Bleifus Jr., Janice C. Bleifus and Lucy Blpifu* all of Elm Grovp. Harris Enterprises Inc. Principal office. Burlington. Authorized capital, $75,000. Par value. $100. Incnrporators: Alfred E. Harris and Reba Y. Harris of Burlinqton, Harold E. Harm and Helen Harris bom of HyaMsviilp, Md. Gilbert Aluminum Product?, Inc. Principal office, Gilbert. Authored capital. $5,000. Par valw, SIOO. ^corporators: BruCP C. Burqpss, Judith A. Burgpss, Oakey Hatfield and Norma M. Hatlield all of Gilbert. Nilro ' June 23 Mrs. John Jr Rt. 1 ,^? s l'. n 9 s ' Mr. and Mrs. Richard W, 1139 First Avp., s. "'· · -Allen, Mr and Le^i.^t' M /V*; d 1M "*'jam n cs 2 M'., 9 U22 Lewis S t . , Apt. 2, j unB 54, qir | Taylor. Mr *nrt Mrs Koi'th F , Rt 3 Clendenin, June 24, girl. Mlhm, Mr anc j ..: rs FrKj _ R om ance KI., bis'.onviiio, June 76. boy. Norman. Mr and Mrs. Michael C , 275 Gaoview Dr , June 2* «irl Chapman, Mr. ana Mrs" Gary ^L'XW Dr., June 24, girl ^ Womack, AAr. and Mrs. Rcaer Lee, 504 Miracle Dr., St. Albans, July 13, girl. Canterbury, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Edward, Kimberly, July 13, girl. Schuda, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Albert, Jr., 4445 Woodrums Lane, July 13, girl. MacMillln, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Willard, 1508 Rockford Ct., July 1, boy. Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lee, 708 Winston Ct., July 1, boy. Slack, Mr. and Mr-,. Lloyd Jennings, 4038 40th St., Nitro, July 1, boy. Booth, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Edman, 2107 Lippert St., July 2, boy. Slack, Mr. and Mrs. James Ralph, Jr., Miami, July 3, boy- Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Lynn, 151V: Midway Dr., Dunbar, July 3, boy. Cottrell, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd, 2520 Bench Rd., July 4, boy. Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Thomas, 3305 4th Ave., July 4, bny. Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Joseph, 13 Vino St., July 4, boy. Shaffer, Mr. and Mrs. David Lee, Rt. 1, Clendenin, July 5, boy. Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. William Henry, 2333 W. Washington St., July 5, boy. Haynes, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Keith, Rt. 5, July 5, boy. Atkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Jo« Ross, 1662 Kenwood Rd., July 5, boy Hostein, Mr. and Mrs. James Rnaer, Hernshaw, July 5, boy. Sulssky, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Alexan- Charleston, July 5, boy. Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. Charles William, Rt. 1. Sod, July 6, boy. Midkiff, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Arnold, 2813 Berkeley Ave., SI. Albans, July 6, bey. Dawson, Mr. a/id Mrs. Nell Edward, 1630 King St., South Charleston, July 7, boy. Cottrell, Mr. and Mrs. Jackie I ee, Rt. 4, Clendenin, July 7, boy. Green, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Erwin, Gallagher, July 7, boy. Pete, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Le«, 19 Mack Dr., Pinch, July 7, boy. SlatP, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Eugene, Hugheston, July 7, boy. Bowling, Mr. arid Mr-;. Charles Edward, 4BI7"3 Tennessee St., South Charleston, July 8, hoy. Brothers, Mr. and Mrs, Fontaine Leo, 419 Allen Dr., July 8. hoy. Moore, Mr. snd Mrs. Aaron Lee, Rt. 1, Ranch Rd,, Belle, July (?, twin boys. Moroan, Mr. and Mr',. Rlley Etiwflrd, 711 F W. Washinqtnn St.. July 9, boy. Jones. Mr. and Mr 1 ;. Tex Roger, Kelmont Lane, July If), boy. Block, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Theodore, Jr., 3407 Virginia Ave. 3E, July 10, boy. Rogers, Mr. and Mrv Wlnford Verlon, Valley Fork, July 10, boy. McClung, Mr. and Mrs. Npwlon Ronald, Oulnwood, July 10, boy. Gentry, Mr. and Mrs. wesky Lcroy, 6312 MacCorkle Ave., St. Albans, July 10, boy. Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Everett, Jr., 811 So. Park Rd., July 11, boy Cottrell, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vernon, Hansford, July 11, boy. Meadows, ,Vtr. and Mrs. Steven Gordon, 1044 College Circle, St. Albans, Ju\ r ' *2, bo*. Burdelte, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Duane, 2179 Falcon Dr., July 12, boy. McOuain, Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Alan, 330'/ 3 16lh St., Dur.bar, July 13, boy. Bankston, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Euaene, 222 Senoca Circle. July 13, boy. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. David Le», 530 Lincoln St., SI. Albans, July 13, boy. Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ertgar, 1825 Spring Dr., South Charleston, July 13, boy. Akers, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Randall, §24 Hanna Dr., July 13, boy. Pallon, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Le*, 805 Henrietta St., Ravenswood, July 13, boy. INVENTIONS WANTED WE WILL develop, design, finance 1f» place your Idea or invention, patentee or unpatented, to attention ot our national manufacturer clients who seek new products. Cash sale or royalties possible. Write or phone collect for Free Literature, IMPERIAL INVENTORS, 1875 Morse-Rd. Suite 180, Colum bus, Ohio 43259. Phone Day or Night: 614-242-1165 ' ICENSED arid bonded investigator. bT- vorce, criminal, accident cases. Phone 344-3740. POCA HIGH FOOTBALL player;; Meet. ing 4 p.m., Tuesday, August 1st at the school. Coach, Don Jennings. PRIVATE C A R E In custodial home. Good food and television. Private ambulance Cervices and Doctor on call for our patients. 344-1581, 346-7075. PRIVATE INVESTIGATORS EXPERIENCED - LICENSED - BONDED _ - - . _ _ s'EE'~A~FLEVC~CaTl'~rrie, A R A B Termite Pest Control. 346-7772. THE ORIGINAL Ingram Reunion, - started in Auousl 1'67, will be held In Area £15 at Coonskin Park on August 13, 972. __ ______ _______ WILL keep elderly people in my home. St. Alb-ins. 772-2410. _ S--Personal ABORTION ASSISTANCE Legal-Safe $150. CLINICAL R E F E R R A L S , INC. 344-9553 Financing Available For Private Detectives or Qualified Investigators, Call NATIONAL SERVICE BUREAU, 343-007? Lowest Rates All Types Of Insurance Cancelled Au,!o IriS-rancc Revoked Drivers Licenses Reinstated SR25 -- Fillinqs -- Motorcycle Insurance HAGGERTY INSURANCE SERVICE Phone 744-2526 Day or Night HIGH SCHOOL. Physical~ScIence, Bus! ness Education, Biology, Math, Socla Studies, Physics Chemistry, Vocation al Agriculture, Librarian, English Home Economics, TV and Radio Re pairman. Apply Office of Personnel, P 0. Box 687, Fernandina Beach, Fla 32034. MEN OR WOMEN; Spare time income Earn $1.00 commission from each $2.0 sale by showing sample and taking orders for Lifetime Metal Social Securl ty Cards. Free sample sent wllh orde taking kit. No obligation. Lifetime Prod ucts. Box 8455, Baltimore, Md., 21234. OPERATIONS TRAINEE -- Asgresslve man to learn complete operation--$6,000 A.C.E., 814 Quarrlw_SL 344-9I41. _ OPENINGS now for experienced dry cleaning workers. Apply in person only Gardners, 404 Lee Street East. PARTS CONTROL SHOP ASSISTANT EXCELLENT opportunity an d challenge for the riqhf person with local equipment distributor. Grod salary and fringe benefits. Ser»d resume to Box M-319 c/o Gazette-Mail. Eaual Opportunity Employer PICTURE FRAM EFT EXPERIENCED all-around craftsman. Salary Open--Company Benefits CHARLES MAYER STUDIOS, INC. 140 E. Market, Akron, Ohio M30S 'OWER sewing machine operator. Experience helpful. Will train dependable person with right qualifications. Good hours and working conditions. Apply: Sa/id-Dee Products Company, 1231 Ohio Avenue, Dunbar. Professional Placement, Inc. Kanawha Valley Bldg. 343-5149 RETIRED couple with references to care for dog Kennel - 6 miles from Kanawho City. Free rent, watRr, electricity. Call Tony's Nursery, 925-7133. ~ SEWING TEACHER" " WANTED IMMEDIATELY!. . . Salary plus commission. Call Mr. Graham at 344-3781, NATIONAL SEWING CENTER, 161 Summers St., Charleston, W. Va. TRAINEE --For bowling lane manage- mpnt. Knowledge of bowling helpful but not essential. Call 768-7307 Between 10 and 3 for interview. Venture Lanes. EACHERS -- Top positions in public and private schools. Write Mr. Guess, Southern Teachers Agency, Broad-Gracs Arcade. Richmond, Va. 23219. TIRED OF YOUR JOB? WANT to help others? Like public contact? Inside opening available with this established, local service firm for mature sales oriented party. Call Kay West 344-4031, Snelling Snelling. RENT-A-SPY (Private Eye). You NEED It! Call 343-0700. 7 FOUR ·Cemeteries-Monuments GRAV6SITES--Tyler Mountain Memory Garden. S500. Call 342-3635. m EMPLOYMENT J HELP WANTED ADS An additional charge of tt Is made on all ad* using a Ga7e*te-M«ll "Blind Box" necessary--we will train. M-313. c/o Gazette-Mail. TELEPHONE INTERVIEWERS OR SUPERVISOR TO crovide a creiii card convenience 1o families in the community. Work from home--hours to fit your schedule. No experience Write Box T R A I N E E -- For pin spotter mechanic. Apply Venture Lanes, 4300 McCorkle Avenue, St. Albans. WANTED---Experienced floor covering mechanic. Immediate opening. 727-OtM. WANTED a besinner that wants'to move lo top mnnaqement. S5.JOO yearly. A.C.E. 814 Quarrier St. 1 1-- Offic«, CUrital ' PERSONNEL SEC'Y.-S,WO - Sood typing and shorthand. Duties Involve screening ·PpNcants, phone work, public contact and afn. office. Excellent benefits. STeNO-- S433~Good shorthand arid sen office duties. Nat". Co. offering free park inc. Excellent benefits and 5 days week. TYPIST-M* _ Typing and dictaphone Nal'l. Co. Great location. RECEPTIONIST-- $375 -- Good »pp**ii-«n» ·nd personality. Prior front desk exp needed. Must have flood typing skills. KEY Pl)NCH~M33-trlor exp. Good benefits. Large Co. LEGAL SEC'Y.-- $400 up-- Prior legal exp. not required. Top firm with excellent be.-wfUs. 5 days. CALL 344-9R64 M8__Knlflhl Jldg. _____ TO] Qy«rrler_SI. ACTION PERSONNEL," INC ASSIST. BOOKKEEPER .. J3SO.-M50 Comptroller ot large Corp. needs "rlyht- hand" w/good typing and exp. to help out w/overload. Good benefits and bright lob future. SECRETARY/free parking ....... 1411. Mature person w/good typing and lite S.H. puts you with excellent co. and nice boss to work for. TWO LEGAL SECRETARIES J3JS.-MOO.-I- Career opportunity for person w/top skills and a little exp. Busy firm offers lovely offices and good working conditions. ENERAL OFFICE U50.-S375. Dependability is the keyword her* where accurate typing and lite exp. rate a plus. Lots of potential In this iob. EN. OFFICE/Beglnner OK OPEN Good typinq and common sense go a looo way in this iob where you handle 13--Sol«t, Aa«nt» ADVERTISING PHONE SALES WE'RE AN OLD establishes, but still growing local company. We need a creative, enthusiastic person for our phone sales department. Requires above average knowledge of spelling and grammar; accurate typing; poise and good grooming. WE OFFER full pay while training, salary, commission, bonus. Paid vacation, participating retirement, nwdlcal end salary insurance; new modern offices, exceptionally cooperative coworkers. Give romc-'ete pmployment history In first letter. Write Box C-SI8, c'o Gaiette-Mal!. We are an equal opportunity employer. Avon Calling a myriad of work with. duties w/nice people to 343-4821 922 QUARRIER-3UITE .504 BOOKKEEPER- Full charge. Basic knowledge, willing 343-7549. to learn. Salary open. 13--Sal«»,_A9«nrt ~" MAKE YOUR MOVE NOW WE HAVE OPENINGS IN PUBLIC RELATIONS AND MANAGEMENT WE ARE a national company locaMy oriented looking for men lor permanent employment. C*n earn $245 PER WEEK TO START FOR CONFiENflAL INTERVIEW, CALL 344-8351, Thursday, August 3rd, 1:00-4:00 P.M. PART TIME $12,000 to $18,000 YEARLY COMMISSION SEMI-RETIREMENT NEED EXTRA MONEY -- But children keep you home? As an Avon Representative you can set your own hours, work when youngsters are in school. Find out how easy It Is to earn extra cash the Avon way, without upsetting family , 0 responsibilities. Call now for details REAL ESTATE - Aggressive only. Young ALL of this can be accomplished on a part time basis. Work it right along with your regular iob. Community Birthday Calendar requires only a few hours per week. Nationally known well rated Company. For details write to: Gordcn Bernard Co., Inc., Cincinnati, Ohio 45213. 3424871. CENTRAL ft EMPLOYMENT ECRETARY, shorthand 100+ typing 60's high calibre person, attractive downtown $500-4- !ECEPTIONIST-Typist, plush downtown office S400.+ TYPIST-bookkeeper, downtown. J375 'ERSONNEL Secretary, light shorthand $500, RAINEE, sharp, some college. ... S300. 'YPIST, beginner, downtown. ..,$312. iOOKKEEPER, g»n. office, Tyler Mt. area, mature. S34S. ASHIER-receptionist, downtown. ., $280. ECEPTIONIST, light bookkeeping, Kanawha City area. . . . . . . . $400.+ 033 QUARRIER ST. (BLDG.) 343-5113 LERK-TYPIST--Typing, keeping "'ledgers and general office work. $310--A.C.E. 344-9841^ LER~K~ SALES--Inside "sales""and office work $400 monthly. A.C.E., 816 Quarrier St. ENERAL OFFICE-Secretary - Tempo rary. $350 per month. Call 346-9411. ENERAL OFFICE CLERK, male or female. Firm located In North Charleston. _ Reply to Box M-307, c/o Gazette-Mail. HOTEL CLERK, SOBER ONLY. Middleagcd or retired. References. Call Mr. Starcher before noon, 342-5911. MMEDIATELY-- Bookkeeper-typist (female), single. Accountants office. Cfill 342-7311. iEDICAL SECRETARY -- Strong tyoing and office skills--$400 monthly. A.C.E. 816 Quarrier SI.-344-9841. EGAL"OFFICE--Good place to start with. Take training with shorthand and IYP- ing skills--$4,500 monthly. A.C.E., 816 Quarrier St.--344-9841. ECEPTfONIST wittT good typing and a nice phone voice. Up to $4,200. A.C.E. 816 Quarrier St.--344-9841. ALES CLERK--With sewing background able to teach--$5,200 yearly. A.C.E., 816 Cramer St.- 34i-*S4". BANK MARKETING REPRESENTATIVES WANTED MAJOR National Bank's marketing sub' sldiary needs exclusive area marketing representatives to present unique total marketing programs, already in great dpmand, to large and small banks. W also consider professionals now carrying non-competitive lines. Must know, and be know", to, banks In their area. AI tractive high-Income potential Commls skin program. Please send or call con fidential resume/information to: Room 310 120 East 56th Street New York, New York 10022 (212) 421-9650 Alt: Mr. W. R. Dah'lman (Equal Opportunity Ernployer) DYNAMIC SALES REPRESENTATIVE CAREER OPPORTUNITY with a rapidly growing ettiical pharmaceutical company. You will be calling on physicians, hospitals, dentists and retail pharmacies in the Charleston, W. Va. area. The applicant must be: ambitious, posses a lot of drive, and have a good sales per- sconality. College degree Is preferred. Two years of college plus two years of successful outside sales experience would be acceptable. Salary, bonus, company car and expenses. Many other fringe benefits. We will promote you as you develop. If you have the above gualift- cations, call: MR. A. NOVELLO, ON SUNDAY EVENING, JULY 30th, BETWEEN 7:00-10:00 P.M. AT (4121-835-2449. IF UNABLE to call, send resume to: SANDOZ PHARMACEUTICALS, 1011 Surrey Woods Road, Bethel Park, Pa. 15102. An Equal Opportunity Employer DYNASTY ; THERE IS only one first time and this Is it. OPPORTUNITY and Information meeting. Holiday Inn 7:30 p.m. No. 1, Tuesday, August EXPERIENCED shoe salesmen wanted-Full and part time. Experienced only need apply. No phone calls please. Contact: Mr. Simmons, Kinney Shoe, 238 Capitol Street. SECRETARY, SECRETARY, enced. TYPIST, accurate. ings TYPIST, fast legal shorthand, typing, Interesting UNITED TALENT . $400 exoeri S450 surround $305 $72 wk WORK for a free wig and free cosmetics Pick up your free booklet at Annedle's Wig Shop nearest you. X-RAY SERVICEMEN E ARE expanding our service operation. Experience ' n X-ray or a strong elec- 9--Administrative W As'htd, tn, 2*7? V x,f d . wilr ? 5 '. Mr - ·" 1d 410 BroOKS S t . , Apt. D., «. Richard Jr., June 27, boy. 25th St., Dunbar, June 30. boy Elswick. Mr. and Mrs John E Rensford Star Rt., June 30, girl Randolph, Mr. and Mrs. ~ Robert J 337 Church St., Ripiey, June 30, boy Strickland. Mr. and Mrs Gary Wayne, 4810 Washington Ave., July 5, Call, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Oliver, Rl 1, Winfield, July 6, girl. Wandling. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lee IN'-, Michigan Ave., July 6. nirl nl,j * , . - I .. .' _. a .' 310' F5ri- Lee, Stan- Ray, My Batting Average is Perfect! That's right, when it comes to winning c h a m p i o n s h i p s for buying, renting and selling, you just can't beot my batting average. I'm O. Howie Hustles, a hard hitting Gazette- Mail Classified Ad and there's just about nothing I can't do for you. Dial 3 48 48 48 today and let one of my team-motet wrjta you a fast-action Wont Ad! . Harold, M 1 ". and Mrs Charks ward. 412 Lee St.. July 6, girl " Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wayne, Ansted, July , girl. Cobb, Mr. arid Mrs. Kermit Alfred, 187? Corvair Dr., July 7, qir: Hedrlck, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Arthur, 5715 Raven Dr., Rand. July , girl. Messinger, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip DP- Lyle, M72 Teays Valley Rd., Hurricane, July 7. qirl. Lattuca, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Carl, Charleston, July H, pirl. Lynch, Mr. and Mrs, Robert Leon, Rt. 2, Arnoldsburg, July 8. girl. White, Mr. and Mrs Gary Lee, Pow- elllon, July 8, girl. Hundley, Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Jr , Syvester, July fl, girl. Pucker, Mr. and Mrs. Delford Delano, Rt. i. Elkview, July 8, qirl. Siemiaczko, Mr. and Mrs. Michael, Jr., Charlton Hpts , July R, pirl. Jarrell, Mr. and Mrs. 'Lacy Whitesville, July 8, girl. Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne ley, Clendenin, July 9, girl. Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Harold 208 Daniel Boone Dr., July 9, girl. Rucker, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lee, Box Hit, Clendenin, July 9, pirl. Jarrett, Mr and Mrs.' David Norman, *728 MacCorkle Ave. S. W. St. Albans, July 9, girl. Underwood, Mr. and Mrs. Homer C Sylvester, July 10, girl. Anbury, M"- and Mrs. Ray, 71B, Allen Rn., Sissonville, July 10, qirl Ball. Mr srvl Mrs G-np Edward, 439 So. Ruffn^r Rd., July It, girl. Southerly, Mr. and Mrs jTry Wayne. Rnx 3.15, Riplev. July 11, Qirl. Sione, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Leonard, Ashlord, July II. qirl. Hamrir.. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Paul. 1(1,1 Reynolds SI., Spencer. July 11, girl. C-ray. Mr and Mrs. David Lawrence, 3301 w. 5th St., Belle, July 11, girl. Parsons, Mr. and Mrs. David Allen, 73V 7 Henson Ave v Apt. D, South Charleston, July 12, girl. Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Vance. 291 1 ; Macon Street, South Charleston. July n. girl. Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Chapman, W D, Greenrtale Or , July 12, girl Workman, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar, Rt. 1, Summersville. July 12, girl. ; « i--,__j,,i Janasiewic!, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Alexandria. John, 5094 Washington St. W., July 12, girl Arthur, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Delane, in; sth Aw, Glasgow, July 15, Oflirl Flowers. Mr and Mrs. Ovl« Basil. «74 Teays v«ll«y Rd., Scott Deed, July 13. girl. Iqo, Mr. and Mr« Alfred 14 Shadvside Pk . Rt 5 M/ 13. Oirl. Myerv Mr r, 4 / Songer, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Austin, 717 Overbroolc Rd., May fl. qirl. Nesius, Mr. and Mrs. John Joseph, 637 Holley Rd., April 27, boy. Ghiz, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Lerov, 1739 Louden Heights Rd., April 27, boy. Allman. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wayne, 1621'/3 Clay Ave., April 27, boy. T i n ^ l n y , Mr 3 nH V ' T n r r y r , ml Zlst St., Belle. April 27, boy. Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edward, 4708 Washington Ave. SE, April 28. boy. Kinder, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jr., Hern- Shaw, April 28, boy. Prather, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Joe, Gauley Bridge, April 28, boy. Zornes, Mr. and Mrs. David Ray, Prenter, April 29, boy. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. John Charles, 203 Fleck Dr., April 29, boy. Querry, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Randall, East Bank, April 30, boy. Priestly, Mr. and Mrs, George Marlon, 4816 Kanawha Turnpike, South Charleston, April 30, boy. Games, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Otis, Kenna, May 1, boy. McDaniel, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lee, 4120 First Ave., Nitrn, May 1, boy. Kees, Mr. and Mrs. Bannan Edward, Burnwell, May 1, boy Ashby, Mr. and Mrs. Gary David, 1807 Lotus Dr., May 2, boy. Pauley, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gene, 573 Campbells Creek Drive, May 2, boy. Brceden, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dale, Rl. 5. May 2. boy. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Wayne, Rt. 1, May 2, boy. Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. Garth Bernarr, Cabin Creek. May 3, boy. Cook, Mr. and Mrs. James Randolph, 1750 DuPont Ave., Belle, May 3, boy. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jr.. Cabin CrPr-k, May 3, boy. Susia, Mr. and Mrs. John 5099 Healher Place. May 4, boy. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Inda, 105 Brick Lane, Nitro. May 4, boy. Strickland, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lee, Rl. S. May i. hoy. Nash, Mr. and Mrs. Slater Clark, Gen. Del., Ocnana, May 5. boy. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ray, Buffalo, May i, bov. Leqq. Mir, and M.rs. Gordon David. Willarose Dr., Hurricanp, May 5, boy Hoffman. Mr. and Mrs. Steven Foster, 4870 Pennsylvania AVD., South Charleston. May 6, boy. Hamiilon, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Boyd 1A09 Bigley Ave., May 4, hoy. Sears, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Lawson, Rt. 2, May 6, boy. Gibson. Mr. and Mrs. Ooorqe Evan, Star R t . , Brounland, May 7, boy. Hrirrr. M r . and M r s J o h n Daniel, Belleview, May 7, boy. Scarborry, Mir, and Mrs. Dennie Ray. Rt. 6, May 7, boy. Curry, Mr. and Mrs Joseph Harrison, 5379 Big Tyler Rd., May 7. bny. Garnett. Mr. and Mrs. William Arthur, 1590 Sugar Creek Dr., May 7. boy. Virary. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Chestor. 1000 B St., Apt. B, St. Albans, May B, boy. Webb, Mr. and Mrs. James Chester. IBfl Miracle Acres, St. Alhans. May B, hov. Holt, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Clifford, 723 Biqiey Ave , May 8, boy. -Miscellaneous Help Wtd. * CAPITOL * V'EDICAL SUPPLIES SALES--$13-$13,000- Plu* bonus, flulo oxponsps, fre pd. Prr- fpr pharmflcci/Mcflf or Mpdkfll supplipj sales exp. Outstanding benefits aod ad- DPAFTSMArN--SOppn to exp. ? position*; open for expfri^nce structural sterl background. ELECTRONICS 1NSTRUCTOP -- $7020 -- Strono, electronics background with ability to converse well. Immediate opening, Excellent benefits. OFFICE MGR.--SWiOO--Stronq accounting background wftti supervisory ability. PATING AUDITOR~*450 up--Prior ratlna clerk rxo. a muit, Must know tariffs and rates. Larqp corn, wilh excfllpnt vanecm«nt. COLLECTION MAN - J-flWO - Gcod position for Individual sprklnq rnafiagernpnt carepr. Good advancement and salary 'CALL 344-9^4 ]03 Kniqht BldT. 701 Qurirri^r 3' ACTION PERSONNEL, INC. ADVERTISING SALES ... OPEN Agqr^sivi* and highly rroMvflt«xJ are the keywords. Local territory w/no overnight, sal"; exp. a plus. Can anticipate 10K by first year. C A R E E R SALES 49600. Great opportunity for *p|f-!vtar1«*r vj riosire. to serve community. Co. offers! DEPARTMENT complelp OJT and excellent benefits. Exp. w/public n plus. MARKETING 49500. Degree plus proven ability to motivate people. Excellifit opportunity to advance tronic background required. This pprmanent position. Send resume is n to Profexray Division, Litton Industries, 521 WPS! Central Ave., Charleston, West Va., phone (304) 343-1311. A R L A N S HAS a lot to o(7ei% ~. to qualified store managers, assistants and department managers who enjoy being Involved and participating In Important decisions. If you are after a solid future with a solid company lei us tel you what else we have lo offer. Write to Arlan's Department Store, Box M-316, c/o Gazelle-Mail. All correspondence held ' strict confidence. ASST. MGR.--Willing to relocate? Great opp'ty. With lucrative firm. $7,000. Call _P 3r JL,Hor_n 344-4031, Snelling Snelling. AUTO OFFICE MANAGER" GENERAL MOTORS DEALER HAS POSITION OPEN FOR OFFICE MANAGER. MUST HAVE SUFFICIENT EXPERI ENCE W I T H N E W C A R DEALER THAT W O U L D QUALIFY THEM FOR OFFICE MANAGER. CALL MB. MORRIS (703) 366-8888 or 3663982. MGR, -- Plumbirvs" fixture knowledge nets oppfy. M.600-I8,00. Call Kay West 3^1-1031, Snelling iSnelling. Good background in math and legible handwriting plus ambition, 5 days, excellent hnitrs. gnnd b*Tt**fitv I MGT. TRAINEE ..... S5520.I EXP'D. P A R T S MAN ..... J4CO.-S500. -t- TOM B A YES ..... 3434821 j __ rn QUARRIER-SUITE 50 _ I A. C. E. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY j America's Center for Employment j Career Opportunities I Local National International 816 Quarrier, 210 May nprw 1 EXPANDING national corporation sepfc a ' local executive with college degree and industrial or commercial development experience. Salary $20.000 plus very 901 KAN. VALLEY BLDG._ SECRETA~RY~for'"uppeV Kanawha Valley Co. Must have strong shorthand ant typing skills. SIU.OO weekly. A.C.E. 816 Quarrier St. 3*4-9841. _ SECRETARY-BOOKKEEPER--Small down town office. Send resume, statin? salary tq Box M-300, c/o_ Gazette^Mflll. "SNELLING SNELLING LEGAL SEC'Y. Negotiable to JSOC LEGAL SECY. Congenial ofc S50 BOOKKEEPER, Full charge KM SECRETARY-Typing i S.H $390 SEC'Y.-BKKPR, Small office $37S TYPIST, Statistical $355 TYPIST, v, Employer pd. fee $300 INVOICE CLERK Credit Area $282 CALL 3U-O31 SUE BELL L S BLDG. 12--Restaurants, Stores DISHWASHER and on* busboy needed immediately. Apply Rose City Smorgasbord, St. Albans. EVENING COOK-585 per week. 12 noon- s' p.m. Apply Rose City Cafeteria, 702 Lee St. EXPERIENCED male bartender to manage Charleston Club. Write Rox 2135, Charleston 25328 for details and Interview. EXPERIENCED Salesladies -- Ladles de- parlmenl; nousewares. 346-5452. 6-9 p.m. FOOD AND BEVERAGE waitress for Captain's Lounge. Must be able to work split shift. Apply in person: Mrs. Chandler, dining room, Holiday Inn No. _!_, E|k River. _ _ KITCHEN HELP wanted'. Mornfng" and evenings. Apply In person Center Restaurant. 2380 Sissonvllle Drive. LONG JOHN SILVER'S now accepting applications for Manager Trainee within the West Virginia area. Apply at the No. 6 Kanawha Boulevard Stort, In _Cha_rleston. MEAT''vEGEfABLE'Cbcfir- Salary"WO per week. Apply Rose City Smorgasbord, St. Albans. Openings for Shoney Curb Girls Waitresses APPLICATIONS NOW beins accepted to fill iob openings for Shorwy Curb Girls and/or Waitresses at Shoney's ffA in St. Atbans. Paid while being trained. Fringe benefits. Full time employment. Apply in person or call 723-3331. HOUSEWIVES--Do you rreed extra money? Earn $35 each evening toys. Full color catalog. No experience! needed, no invftment, no d^'ivp^y o r collecting. _Car_necessary^ Call 1-595-1372. INSURANCE -- Two representatives. No debit, no collecting. Supervisor and management opportunity. Call Mr. Monsour 344.2381.. Evenings 776-4975. man or young woman to sell. Will train. Write age and gualiflcations. Box 4227, Charleston. SALES HOSPITAL SALES Representative Outstanding opportunity with leading hospital supply manufacturer for a rewarding career In sales. Will sell disposable medical products to hospitals and medical distributors in the Charleston area. We require degree and one to two years successful medical or industrial sales experience. Outstanding growth opportunity Is available for real contributor, alons with competitive salary, Incentive, automobile and comprehensive benefit program, including profit sharing. Interviews Will Be Held Monday, July 31 From 11 A.M. to 5 P.M. at Holiday Inn £1, Charleston Please Call Richard Faunce For Appointment Or Send Resume to Him at PHARMASEAL LABORATORIES Division of American Hospital Supply Corp. 108 N. Columbus Street Alexandria, Virginia 22314 Egual Opportunity Employer _ SALESLADIES $200 WEEK PLUS FREE to TRAVEL--No experience necessary. Will train. 25 years or older. Salary plus and/or commission. Write Box M-314, c/o Gazette-Mail. demnnVtrWtiria SALES: Bookkeeping knowledge an asset K,!-" n A.:-l-"i plus good sales potential. «,SflO. Call Pam Horn 344-4031, Snelling Snellinq. 13--Sales, Agents NOW LOCAL Charleston firm now has Immediate openings. No experience needed as we will train you. Excellent profit sharing program. Car a must. For Inter view. Call 925-1113: 13--Sales, Agents ATTENTION Insurance Salesmen Would you like to earn twenty to twenty five thousand dollars (520,000 to $25,000) per year doing approximately the same thing you ar« doing now and earning far less? If so, call Mr. O'Brien between 9 a.m. and 12 noon daily. 343-7648 SALES OPPORTUNITY I'm Innking for the person uhr w a n t s more nut of life snrl it willing to work for it. He must have traveled Virginia \\r-l \ ir^inia extensively, calling nil independent insurance agents. Posilirm w i l l pay in e x r e s ? nl $20,0110 y e a r l y , if i n t e r e s t e d , write: JOHNMcKINNON MUTUAL PROTECTIVE INSURANCE COMPANY 3860 Leavenworfh Omaha, Nebraska 68105 13--Sales, Agents 13--Sales, Agents PROFESSIONAL SALESMAN Opening avai!nbl« for «»p«iri«ncfld lolftimart. local territory. Incomt limil«d only by your am- b.tion. Draw ogamif commiiiion. Draw opnn boted on «p*ri«net and ability. Mony fringn bun*fit*. W* en. n younq growing cnmpnny wilh many monflgtmont opportunity, Compl*t« tfalning I ' * "id* V«u -H'l our iMfrtmely tuee««ful method of wiling. l, coiddent.ot mitrvijw, pUat* phon« Pout Coy, Monday, Tutfday, \ fnr a peri Hoy. (304)344-4092 Out of lawn call collect C ini-chemcorp wwl n (Himict! ·IWTnilfl conimission. Resume requirKii ShOt= SALtS--women or men. Full and rpplips will remain confidential, Box M-304, c/o Gazette-Mail. or part time. Experienced in retai I sales work. Apply Palmer's Shoe Store, | 72B Capitol Street. C'RPENTEP i PILEDRIVFR ay Bldo. _ 344-9841 j Experienced in bridge work. Days 74X-3428; A N A L Y T I C A L CHEMIST _ Degree s u - j even intjs^ 344-4576 for appointment. Egual pprvisory **xp. Related Instrumentation! opportunity employer, background. $14,two I OFF ICE MGR.--Ambition, Accounting COST ACCOUNTANT, d(*qree. Manufactur-l Personality pays off here. $9,600 Ca $14,000 Exp. inq cost exp. COMPUTER PROGRAMMER . COBOL with manufacturing exp. $12,000 MANAGER, data processing operations. Heavy supervisory exp., IBM hardware. MINING MANAGER-Considerable $30,000 under. ground operational background. Degree not nec/*ssary. . Salary open ALL ABOVE FEES PAID EXP. RATE CLERK-Auditing freight bills --know rates. . HOLMES EMPLOYMENT Room 307, Medical Arts Bldg. 1023 Quarrier St. 343-4183--Eve. 346-3965 Kav West 344-4031, Snellirig Snelling. 10-- -Domestic, Child Car* BABY SITTERTor 20~rnonth~old" daughter in our home-- 5 day week-- Cross Lanes 776-2729. _ _ ___ BABY SITTER-- 8-5,' "referencesTCair'sffer BUSINESS opportunity - selling household products direct to consumer. 344-1102 eveninns. CENTRAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE AAGR.--Accountant, Insurance or i pension exp. a must, downtown. $9600.+ i ACCOUNTANT, BS, high grade averafle. [ Open V E D I C A L Supply Sales, BS, drug or medi- ! cal background, co. car, fee pd. 13K (SALES Rep., BS, national co. . ,MOO. f- INDUSTRIAL Supply Sales, exp. Open CIVIL Engineer, highway exp. Open ( E L E C T R I C A L Engineer, BS, coal field exp. Open 6 | QUOTATION Clerk, light exp. . . . $400.+ 1103.1 Q U A R R I E R ST. (BLDG.) 343-5113 C A R P E N T E R S , brick masons and electricians. Full or part time. Call 776-4475 after 6 PM. CAR WASHER PERMANENT JOB for a gunllfied person. References required. Apply to Henry Holland at JAY DUNIVAN CADILLAC. . . BAB'Y SITTER-- St.* Albans. P'hbne ~727 8875 after 6. 17,800! g A B y S1TTER wanred in my home. 5 day week. 6 a.m. - 4 p.m., 342-6859 after iHOUSEKlTPER WANTED-Under 40. In New Jersey. No children. Call 609-8258500 between 9 a.m. and 12 noon weekdays or write Frank Montana, 1256 Norm Orchard Road, Vineland, New Jersey. LADY to livc'in-- time off. S40 per week. CAR wash service station background, lor 3 to 10 shift. Apply in person, 101 McCorkle Avenue, South Charleston. COUNTER GIRL, 12-8 evening shift. Ideal Ce-anws. Apply in person, 238 McCorkle Ave., So. Chas. DRIVERS FOR CABS--Must be over 25 and know me city. Apply 311 Virginia Street, W. DRUG SALES--Two years experience in sales 2 years of college--Car and Expenses. $10,000 yearly. Fee Paid. A.C.E. ~-H16 Ouarrier Street. j EXPERIENCED Barmaid Needed. Apply In perscr.. Chateau Madrid, 421 Capitol Street. Care of elderly lady. 768-3327. LADY--Live in, care for sick lady. 342-8390_after 5. LIVE-IN HbuSEKEEPER~fbr gentleman confined to bed. Call 768-5295. MATURE WOMAN. Live In plus salary. 3 small children. 344-4851. MATURE~HOUSEKEEPER--Live in. 5 children. Must have good refarences. $50. 346-7168. MIDDLEAGED Christian lady-live in with sick gentleman. Nice country home, all conveniences. Small salary. 1-548-3789 or write Rt. I, Box 420, Elkview immediately. PROFESSIONAL WOMAN wishes to employ housekeeper to care for 4 year old nursery school child. Must have own transportation. Salary $40 week (5 days). 342-1089. \A/OMAN--care for infant. Five days, 7 to _ ; 3 0 Instm/te^ SM. 768-8261. WOMAN TO care for children. Call between Sunday. 2 and 7, 727-9530. Anytime WAITRESS-Jack Frost R e s t a u r a n t . Greenbripr Coonskin Drive. Over Call anytime, 343-3113. W A I T R E S S E S NEEDED Immediately. Apply in person, Gino's Pizza, 1008 Bridge Road. WAITRESS for evening hours--$1.30 per hour, tips, meals. Paid vacation. Apply Venture Lanes, 6300 McCorkle Avenue, St. Albans. 13--Sales, Agents IF YOU have a pleasant voice and onfoy talking with people, you can qualify. Do not sell--you just tell our story. Wrile W. R. Simons, P.O. Box 427 Elkins, West Virginia 26241. 13--Sales, Agents EXCELLENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY ! or-o. Sn rf(irt»n? v 13--Sale;, Agents 13--Sales, Agents "I HAVE SELF CONFIDENCE, AMBITION, INITIATIVE ENTHUSIASM But my job doesn't cjivn me th- self sotr.faction I n»rf If that sums up your feelings, I hove o career opportunity for yo-j. You must have sale! ability. A ucrc«ful boclground in small loan management, consumer credit, insurance or a strong sales oriented field would be particularly helpful. If you qualify you will receive extensive, paid, formal and on the |ob training as a finance and insurance counselor for on* of Charleston'! finest new cor dealers. You can expect to earn 58,000 to $10,000 or mor« the first year on a guaranteed salary and incentive basis PIUS a new car. This is a sales job with some administrative duties. Send resume including phone number to Box M317 c/o Gazette Mail 13--Sales, Agents 13--Sales, Agents 8--Miscellaneous Help Wtd. 11--Office, Clerical Sadat \ 8--MisceHaneous Help Wtd. Tells Egyptians CAIRO -- (AP)- Israel may force Egypt to go to battle prematurely, President Anwar Sai d a t said Saturday. j "We must always be on the! alert," Sadat told naval commanders after launching the first Egyptian-built warship in Sadat said he ousted Soviet Military advisers July 18 "forj the purpose of serving Egypt! and its battle (against Israel). "| "We must besr (.he full re-' st MC Aihar"s': Isponsibilities and consequences! " !of this decision," he said with-,: WANTED SERVICE STATION ATTENDANTS NITRO AREA S1.7S/HR. IMMEDIATE OPENINGS CALL 342-8161, 8-4 MONDAY John Franklin, lout elaborating. Who Reads Want Ads? Who Doesn't? 348-4848 ADMINISTRATIVE S*cret»ry EXECUTIVE Secretary EXPERIENCED clerk-typist. West BEGINNER typist . . . . . . HOLAAE5 EMPLOYMENT Room 307, Medical Arts Bldg. St. 343-.083-- Eve. NO TEMPORARY SECRETARIES, TYPISTS LONG S, SHORT ASSIGNMENTS UNITED TALENT 901 Kan. Valley Bldg. 344. 12--Restaurants, Stores $500 . $450 Side. $325 PART TIME Hours Available WEEKDAYS SUNDAY ·Slid III Apply in person Monday through Friday, PtlSOMIl DCPAITNEflT MONTGOMERY WARD 710 Washington St., t. Charleston, W.Vo. 25301 of So. Charleston Personnel Consultants WHERE YOU NEVER PAY A FEE, OR SIGN A CONTRACT nt? r.nrfiv\anl. tn IrwJoUry onH BIPM"P« Tnri Hn nrtf fiftptfite n* n f v p i r n l *mplnym*nt nijf""f R OPPORTUNITIES- O»pr 3000 ,nmpo rprtiy from Ou' ~iO CHorl^itnn OHiff W» H t * thit InrqeM (.»pn*irr» FPOW A P f P M A NtNl MAILING -SYMEV, ,nn\ a r.rnei ttinrr.*.? B E M J M F S - rpr-, r |»l* r ^ m » t ( o .^nll v p . . NO CHARGE CONFIDENTIAL fnHcd r»ti.m»^ · inl-rvi.w, by NOSFC*I5T(JAHOM HP MAIUNr. FFFS CONTINUOUS A f T I V I T Y . Y ( » t i r nnp'i.Tflti f w * f ^ * l w» r o n K*ln ynn w. *,[t !· v WF H A V F R F C f l v F O THIS WFF* S P f f l F i r K E O U f S T S FOP O F K S O N S WITHIN 1 Mf FOl lOWINGOCf DPATIONAt C4TFCOPIES. UC«l SKKTUT ·MtnULOKMCIK CMTMUIt M«THIAU mutta MAOTV ACTOTMK UKMMR tmMtrwamns HKTtMKHKIMHI WIUITTCMTMliMI IltCTtlUlBKMHI P.O. IOX *»7* SO. CH4NISTOH, W. V A. 1 5303 CAU (304) 744-0031 AKYTHM SALESMAN Small Computer Systems Foroi »j for the decade of the 70'$ jhow the smoll commercial computer as a major new growth mor- ket. The unprecedented demand for our highly competitive 1 2OO series has created a new sales opportunity working out of our Cha:., W. Va. office. You must have related e x p e r i e n c e with electronic accounting machines, including business application. We o f f e r an attractive compensation program and a comprehensive benefit package that includes employee stock purchase plan. If you have a good sales track record with a major CAM-tampony and feel, that you can produce for us, call or send your resume in confidence to: MR. ROBERT TABOR (304)342-7147 1418 Kanawha Blvd. E. Charleston, W. Va. 2531 2 LITTON ABS [B automated business systems L:TTON

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