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~ . - * Â· v - ; ; Â« zette last Monday. The others were collected by the maid Saturday while Presley was at the concert. They were kept for me in a Hefty bag by Ellis. I can't tell you what the singer did with them, but one has some hair on it and looks as if he might have used it while shaving Each towel is stamped "Daniel Boone Hotel." They will be given separately. Â·Â·A menu from the hotel's Colony Room from which Presley ordered after the Friday night concert. Chef Joseph Holt says that at 1 a.m. Presley requested two fresh fruit plates, a chopped steak (well- done) and tomato juice. The tomato juice, by the way, remained in the kitchen Sunday after Presley had gone. This menu has Presley's red check beside the chopped-steak entry. *An ashtray and book of matches collected from the suite's bar. Presley, I am told, does not smoke cigarettes, only an occasional little cigar. The ashtray is unused. -A rose stem.'They say Elvis eats roses (They're supposed to contain Vitamin C), and the hotel sent long-stemmed red roses to the room with each meal. This stem-the flower has been bitten of f--was taken from a room service tray in the bedroom. *A room service check for three cups of coffee ordered from Room 1103. There is a notation "Tip $1" which Presley wrote on the tab and his signature. Unfortunately, an eager waitress ripped-off his signature as an autograph, so all that remains is the top of the E and some extra lines from other letters *The sheet from his king-size bed in the presidential suite. This is the grand prize. It'll take a terrific answer to get this one. The souvenirs are stuffed and stapled in a giant MacDonald's bag and locked in the trunk of a '67 VIRGINIAN 170S Lee Street/343-1125 4th SB AT 2:00,4:25 WEEK! 7ttO,M5 "****GREATT ~N.Y. DAILY NIWS "BARBRA'S SUPERB" -N.Y. TIMES . . STREISAND CAAN HOLLYWOOD CINEMA 1001 QHwritr Si. Ph. 346-0041 Exchfhrt ShwfiiiÂ§ "SEXUAL FREEDOM MTHEOZARKS" co-feature "POINT of VIEW" Mated Ladies'/; Price CONDITIONIPJ NOWSHOWIK X-RATEO- ADULTS OIRY DOORS OKN 12 NOON Chevy Malibu until they're given away. If you want to try to win one of these goodies, send a postcard or letter telling why you want it to: Presley Prime Items, Sunday Gazette-Mail, Box 2993, Charleston, West Va. 25330. Include your name, address and age. You have one week to get the entries in. Winners will be announced two weeks-after that. Employees of Charleston News- papers and their immediate families are not eligible. You can enter more than once, but use a different name, please. Artwork and fancy presentation won't help. Neither will threats or bribes. Judging will be done by three persons not employed by Charleston Newspapers and me. . Dumbest answers win. * COUftWA nCTUKI AND HUTM HKKNUTKW * RAT STMK mOOUCTKM OF A HUMIIT ROM HIM Â·ARGAIN MATINEES EVERY WEDNESDAY ALL TICKETS $1.00 CINEMA Open 2:00 p.m. AUtCOWmOMED 3ISW[S!Â«SÂ«.SI.nUÂ«-!tt! NOW SHOWING "WAR WITH MEN AND WOMEN" with Jack Lemon --Plus-- 7th VOYAGE OF SINBAD PETER SELLERS CHRISTOPHER PLUMMER CATHERINE SCHELL HERBERT LOM BLAKE EDWARDS 3443676 Plaza EastJ TWIS 1:15-3:15-5:15 BURTKWOUK/PEIERARNE PTJMW m 0"*' 1 * 1: ' BLAKE EDWARDS Use Want Ads. Dial 348-4848 " " Expect all that the motion picture screen has never dared to show before. Expect the truth. r ;:*.:Â· ^l^t-V*.. 'CINEMA SOUTH HELD OVER 3RD BIG WEEK MANDINGO NAT: 2:15 EVE: 7:15430 CAPITOL The terrifying motion picture from the terrifying No. 1 best setter. 3th TKIMf NDOUS WIIK lOFFKEOMNS1:45PMg FEATUII TIMES 2:00-7: IS 4:15-9:30 IWOS the! JAWS \ Hurt on the big. -- boHbestwIler A PARAMOUNT RELEASE UutsoHovw ' TECHNICOLOR" 'CINEMA 21 MAT. 2:1 S-IVL 7:30 HLBAN TMTMÂ« 2:151:159:15 fr =w3 Jreebie iidtheBeai GoilFalher I OWENS DRIVE IN fl WALNUT GROVE DRIVE IN ["First 5 ***** rating we've lever given. .. imagination (unprecedented in (he |anna/s 61 porn ichievement/" SCMWItKRHAN VILLAGE FEATUtf THUS 17:25-9:20 'THE OTHER SIDE OF THE MOUNTAIN' A USIUKS.U nacjm Â· rtmsicoioR Â· SI STATE BOX OFFICE OPfNS 7:00 PM TIMIS 7:30 9:20 hesaptake Rt. 35 Winfield NOW! Two Great Disney Hits! Coles Open 8 PM See"Bambi" AT 9:10 NOT SINCE ICVESTOKL The true story of Jill Kinmont. The American Olympic ski contender whose tragic fall took everything but her life.| And who found the courage to live through the love of one very special man. i scows.. jn j ,;, ow ,...and grows... anfl BEYOND DOOR FfATUIE TIMES .Â·Â·1 KEARSE 2NDWK. Vfalt Dimey Production.' DAPPLE KJMHJNGGANG TECHNICOLOR'-^ Llovtl RAINS *Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â«Â·Â·Â·* From the makers of FRINGE BENEFITS ALSO SHOWING "TEENAGE FANTASY" ambi TECHNICOLOIR^ AiKS IJLM ciiftita so* Duds^L TRAIL DRIVE IN BELLE Rt. 60 EAST "DANCEKINGS" STARTS 11 KM Â·5 HAPPtl SONG ] HITS! ELKVIEW DRIVE IN ELKVIEW Rt. 119 NORTH VALLEY DRIVE IN ST. ALBANS RUSatRt.BOWEST CATIS OKN 8:30 MM DANCannras^ n . :\ 13s ,--, 'SHOWTIM, JULY20,1975 '