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4--Special Notice* LOCAL Business Development. Provides free^consultant services. 343-0148. PATRfciAGAILE cosmetics - Dottie Palmer, consultant. 342-0063. WANTED: Men and Women - Volunteers to man the Rand Rescue Squad Ambulances in an area between the Charleston City Limits and DuPont High School. Interested parties call the Rand Fire Department at 925-3822 between 7 p.m. and midnight. _^__ WOULD Person who bumped my LTD in Medical parking lot, Kanawha City 6/6/74 please call 768-6466? Insurance purposes only. WRITER-RESEARCHER will do articles, resumes, publicity, etc. 776-4203. f \ --APWirephoto HOSTS DURING NIXON VISIT TO MIDEAST SKETCHED They are (from Left) King Hussein of Jordan, King Faisal of Saudi Arabia, Israeli Premier Yitzhak Rabin, Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and Syrian President Hafez Assad. Delegation Appointed For President's Trip in Florida Six Held By Gaylord Shaw WASHINGTON - (AP) - President Nixon named the official party for his Middle JIM STONE Out PAUL VENNARI In 7 Who Care' Want Stone By Kay Michael Petitions are continuing to circulate in the defense of James Stone, outgoing execu: live secretary of the West Virg i n i a E d u c a t i o n Assn. (WVEA) The most recent was signed by seven teachers who identify themselves as "teachers who care," and claims WVEA leadership is now dominated by administrators who are determined to overrule programs that are in the best interests of teachers. It was signed by P at Lloyd, Richard Davies, Eurada Landis, Betty Casto, Elsie Lan- ham, Sybil Simmons, and Henry Lewis. "This year's WVEA Delegate Assembly could be called a farce if it weren't so tragic," the petition read. "We simply traded one principal as president of WVEA for another. Both were against teacher advocacy. "Teachers of West Virginia had no voice in the election of Mr. V e n n a r i ( n e w WVEA President Paul Vennari), nor of the new executive committee members who are also opponents of teacher advocacy. It is obvious that these elections were maneuvered and manipulated skillfully by the administrators who want to control the WVEA. Nearly every program to benefit teachers which was approved at Spring Council (a meeting of state classroom teachers) was voted down at Delegate Assembly." ». IF STONE'S contract isn't renewed, they contend they will have no one in the WVEA who represents teachers. And they conclude many teachers will have no recourse but to join the American Federation of Teachers, (AFT) an affiliate of the AFL-CIO. "Teachers will be heard, whether it be through the WVEA or AFT. It will be a sad day when we are forced to unionize because our own WVEA no longer functions for us. "If we lose Jim Stone, the teachers who believe in teacher advocacy h a v e two choices; to either pull out of WVEA which would weaken or destroy the organization; or retain membership and subject ourselves to ridicule and i n s u l t s from the 'old guard' do nothings with no chance of furthering the improvements of the educational system of West Virginia. "The choice seems obvious, or perhaps there really is no choice to make at all. The future of WVEA is in the hands of President Vennari and the executive committee when they employ or re-employ an executive secretary in July." Teachers a t t e n d i n g the Spring Council of the State Association of Classroom Teachers (ACT) earlier this year voted to retain Stone. The new WVEA executive committee voted last month not to renew his contract. A delegation of Stone sup-' porters is expected to meet with executive committee members Friday, when the committee will meet in Charleston. Delegates plan to ask that the decision not to renew his contract be reversed. East journey Saturday as aides rushed arrangements for what they said "will be far more than a ceremonial or goodwill trip." Nixon embarks Monday morning on the 10-day, 14,770-mile trip that will carry him first to Austria for a rest stop, .then to Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Israel and Jordan. Before he departs, Nixon is expected to address a luncheon today of the Committee for Fairness to the Presidency, a group supporting his effort to blunt Watergate-inspired impeachment moves. AS EXPECTED, Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger headed the official Middle East party disclosed by White House officials. Other members are Nixon's top two aides, Alexander M. Haig, Jr. and Ronald L. Ziegler, Maj. Gen. Brent Scowcroft, his deputy assistant for national security affairs; Alfred Atherton, assistant secretary of state for the Middle East; and the U. S. envoys to the countries he will be visiting. Ziegler said Nixon will stress the building of personal relations with Arab and Israeli leaders to follow up on the U. S. role as a Middle East peace mediator. "This trip will be far more than a ceremonial or goodwill trip because highly substantive discussions will be held at every stop," Ziegler said. In Salzburg, Austria, the President will meet with Austrian Chancellor Bruno Kreisky on Tuesday. He files on Wednesday to Cairo, where he will meet for the first time with Egyptian President Anwar Sadat. Before leaving Egypt on Friday, the President and his entourage plan to visit the Mediterranean seaside resort of Alexandria, perhaps traveling from Cairo by train. Nixon's talks with King Faisal of Saudi Arabia will be held in Jidda rather than in the capital of Riyadh because Jidda, on the Red Sea, has a better climate, officials said. Precise location of the President's conference with Syrian President Hafez Assad has not been disclosed, and sources left open the possibility it may be held some place other than the capital of Damascus. In Israel, Nixon is tentatively scheduled to visit both Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, sources said, while meeting with the country's new Prime Minister Yitzak Rabin. - In Jordan, the last stop on his trip, his talks- with King Hussein may be held without Kissinger being present. The secretary is expected to leave the Middle East a day earlier than Nixon, flying directly to O t t a w a for a meeting of NATO ministers opening June 18. Viet Negotiators Stress Caution S A I G O N ( A P ) ' - South Vietnam and the Viet Cong cautioned on Saturday against expectations of immediate progress in military negotiations they will resume on implementing a true cease-fire and search for more than 1,000 missing American servicemen. The Viet Cong delegation to the two-party Joint Military Commission announced in their first news conference in two months they had agreed to a South Vietnamese propos- ial to return to the conference 'table on Tuesday. But Col. Vo Dong Giang, deputy chief of the Viet Cong delegation, said, "The progress of the meeting will depend on the attitude of the other side." The meetings have been s u s p e n d e d since May 10. Meetings of the Joint Military Team, also including the United States and North Vietnam and charged with arranging for gathering information on the missing in action and repatriation of remains of the dead, have been suspended since May 30. Meanwhile, there was no immediate word on political negotiations in Paris between the South Vietnamese and Viet Cong which were dalled off in mid-April. The U.S. Embassy and officials of the International Commission of Control and Supervision welcomed the Viet Cong's announcement which was made one day after South Vietnam's chief military negotiator, Brig. Gen. Ballet Stars Excited About Leaving Russia MOSCOW (AP) - A "very excited, very emotional" Valery Panov said Saturday that he and his pregnant wife Galine have been given official permission to leave Russia for Israel after a 26-month struggle. "I won't stay here an hour longer than I have to," the former Kirov ballet star said, adding that he got the official word during a 15-minute session in the office of a LL Col. Pialigrimas. "Pialigrimas read me a statement which said my wife and I had been given permission for exit to Israel," Panov said in a telephone call from his brother's house in Vilnius, Lithuania. "I told him I was very pleajted, but it's all very hard to believe." Advance word that the authorities had changed their minds was carried by Panov's brother Alfred. Having heard rumors that permission was possible, the brother took the phone call from the Luthuani- an Interior Ministry summoning the ballet star for an immediate audience downtown. "Alfred found me in a store, shopping," Panov said. He said they rushed to the Interior Ministry, where Pialigri- mas received Panov at 2 p.m. The officer said he had a communication to read him from the passport office in Leningrad. "He told me we had five days to succeed in leaving the country," Panov said. "I told him that this was by no means the worst alternative." Drug Raid MIAMI W) - Six Midwesterners were held in the Palm Beach County Jail Saturday after unrelated drug raids in which one man killed himself, another died of a heart attack and three tons of marijuana were seized, federal agents said. The agents said the six were arrested Friday night at a home on the Intracoastal Waterway in West Palm Beach, where 6,000 pounds of marijuana was found on a 42-foot m o t o r b o a t docked at the home. Drug enforcement agents said the captain of the boat, Richard Hailstone, 27, of Raymond, 111., grabbed a .44-caliber pistol that was taped to a bulkhead on the boat and shot himself in the head as agents tired to arrest hinv WVU Unit To Be at Fair SPOKANE. -Wash. - West Virginia University's (WVU) percussion ensemble will perform Monday and Tuesday during the Festival of Entertainment at the World's Fair here. It is the second national appearance this year by the ensemble. History Clul) Plans Due to Be Aired A meeting will be held 3 p.m. Saturday on the third floor of the Kanawha County Public Library to discuss organization of a history club. The meeting is open to any interested persons, according to organizer Harland P. Gorrell. City Man Graduates LEXINGTON, Va. - John Richard Alderman, son of Mrs. J. C. Alderman Jr. of Charleston, graduated with a j u r i s doctor degree f r o m Washington and Lee University school of law. 5--Personal ABORTIONS ABORTIONS INFORMATION Professional Advice Pregnancy Test CONFIDENTIAL LEGAL SAFE VOLUNTARY REFERRAL SERVICE 344-9117 -- 24 hour service PREGNANT? And don't want an abortion Call 343-4546, Catholic Charities, office hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00-4:00. 7--Cemetery Lots, Monument* EXCEPTIONAL value for your family. Four lots with monument rights. 5900. Sunset Memorial Park. Phone 343-1838 after 3 p.m. LOT FOR sale in Everlasting Gardens. 768-1709. SOMEONE wanted to take over monthly notes on family plots. Gibralter Addition, Tyler Mt. Memory Garden. Call Gibralter, 344-2361 for further information. EMPLOYMENT "BLIND BOX" SERVICE An additional charge is made on all ads using a Gazette-Mail "Blind Box" 51. Pickup. S2. Mail Service. 8-MliceHaneoui Help Wtd. A. C. E. PARTIAL LISTING Mining equip sales, car, bonus 520000 Electric Equip Sales, car. Bonus 515000 Cnem, sales water treatment 512000 Foreman Power Plant Exp $12000 Food Sales, car, expenses S10000 Business Mach Sales 58400 Dept. Head 57800 Outside Sales Trainee 56500 Management Trainee SOPEN Trainee S4600 A. C. E. 816 Quarrier 344-9841 (or Body Woman) ioth offer a full range of company benefits including company insurance plans and paid vacations. Excellent pay plan. For interview contact Mr. Ralph Eads -- Service AAgr. CAPITOL Chrysler-Plymouth 131 MacCorkle Ave. in South Charleston Phone 744-3401 BEST JOBS Drug Sales -- Degree in any field plus 2 years outside sales exp. in any field. Company car. 515,000 plus expenses. Aine engineers -- mine superintendents -mine electricians. Salaries negotiable, lant Accountant -- Degree in accounting. Exp. in manufacturing, cost, budgets, etc. 514,000. Agt. trainee -- BS Chemical Engineering or mechanical engineering with industrial plant exposure. 515,000. ndustrial engineer -- B. S. I. E. Exp. in plant layout, methods, etc. $11,000 Chief engineer -- knowledge of AC 8, DC motor design. Exp. in maintenance of heavy industrial machinery. 518,000 ransformer Engineer -- B.S.E.E. with exp. in transformer design. 116,000 Toduct Specialist -- Engineering degree, heavy product mgt. exp. in electrical or mechanical power transmission industry. 520,000. ' ALL ABOVE FEE PAID HOLMES EMPLOYMENT Room 307, Medical Arts Bldg 1023 Quarrier St. 343-4812 -- Eve. 346-3965 ANNOUNCEMENTS 1--Cord of Thonks THE Family of the late William J. Baldwii of Panama Canal Zone wishes to extern their heartfelt thanks and gratitude toal who assisted in any way in their bereave ment in the loss of husband and father. Mrs. William J. Baldwin, Wife and Bil Jo, Son 3--Lost and Found FOUND: Dog. Thursday, Rt. 60, Coal Mt White, short hair with spots. 1-562-9187 Before 5:00 768-0661. FOUND: Winfield Road -- St. Albans. Mali poodle cross, with collar. Owner Identif and pay for ad. 727-0296. LOST - Female wirehaired Dachshund Gauley Bridge area. Blonde colored Reward of $100. for return. 1-632-1868 o 1-632-1146. LOST: Eye glasses between Marmet am Bloomingrose. $10 reward. Phom 1-837-3139. LOST: Fawn Chihuahua. So. Hills area. An swers to Chuckle. Pet of asthmatic child Reward. 346-8500. LOST: MALE Dog. Half Shepherd and Col lie. Tan with some light black on back Dunbar area or surroundings. Reward 768-1815, 768-1564. LOST: Memorial weekend, Red billfold drivers license and cards. Area -- Char leston. John Bean Cemetery, Sissonville Reward. 744-3904. LOST: on Capitol St. white miniature poo die. Reward. 507'/i Capitol "St. or cal 346-0233. LOST: Silver fruit bowl on Ohio Ave. Sentl mental value. Reward. 768-5081. LOST: Small light gray cat; green eyes wearing black collar. Kanawha City area Large £eward. 925-9772. AUTOMOTIVE LOCAL OPENINGS 1-Line Mechanic 1- Man 3-lftJscelloneous Help WtdL BEST JOBS Tobacco Sales · Huntington -- Degree. Company car S9.300 Inventory control clerk for manufacturing Company to S650 HOLMES EMPLOYMENT Room 307, Medical Arts Bldg. 1023 Quarrier St. 343-4183 - Eve. 346-3965 CLERK TYPIST - Paid training. Good salary and many benefits. Now interviewing. Call Army Opportunities 1526 Kanawha Blvd. West, Phone: 346-9623 or Federal Building Room 1002, 500 Quarrier Street, Phone: 343-8161. CONTROLLER or head accountant tor contracting company. Need capable and experienced man. Salary open. Box M-1652 c/o Charleston Newspapers. COUNTER HELP, seamstress, part-time janitor. Apply Mound Cleaners. DENTAL ASSISTANT. Experienced preferred. Send resume to Box M-1682 c/o Charleston Newspapers. DENTAL TECHNICIAN -- Crown and Bridge. Must be top notch technician to take over department in Richmond, Virginia. Reply to BoxM1683c/oCharleston Newspapers. DRIVER -- Owner -- operator with Honor 2 ton flat bed truck to pull a 30' trailer hauling in surrounding states. 60c per loaded mile for right man. Excellent opportunity to grow with expanding company. Pt. Pleasant w.va. 1-675-4079. DUE TO EXQANSION 5 POSITIONS OPEN PERSONAL INTERVIEW A MUST CALL 925-1113 ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT - Paid training, no experience needed. Good salary and many benefits. Call Army Opportunities 1526 Kanawha Blvd. West, Phone: 346-9623 or Federal Building Room 1002, 500 Quarrier Street, Phone: 343-8161. ELECTRONICS:know your stuff read diagrams think car more55-700 -I- Call Bill Law 344-4031 Snelling Snelling ~EXP. TELEPHONE CANVASSERS PART TIME employment -- 52.00 per hour plus bonuses. Able to work from 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m. or 4:30 p.m.--8:30 p.m. Call 346-8651, 9:30 a.m.-12 noon. EXPERIENCED Ceramists and Crown and Bridge technician -- high level development positions available. -- salary open, liberal fringe benefits including retirement plan. Write: Wm. J. Lauricella C.D.T., P.O. box 397, Hagerslown, Maryland 21740. EXPERIENCED dry clean presser. Full time or part time. Mound Cleaners. 744-5189. FINANCIAL ANALYST Young Agressive Self-Starter of Management Caliber. $11,000 plus. Fringe bene- lils. Call 343-0148 for appointment FURNITURE store experience -- warehousing and truck delivery work. 10 minutes out of Charleston. Call 949-2311 for appointment 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. Good salary for experienced wig stylist. Openings for advancement. ANNEDIES DISTRIBUTORS, 925-4081. HELP wanted for coal sample preparation. Call 925-0695. HIGH SCHOOL graduates -- Todays Army now pays S2500 or SI500 bonus for enlistments in 25 different fields. For more information c a l l - A r m y Opportunities. 343-6181 Ext. 380 or 346-9621, Parkersburg. Call 428-5189, Glenvillecall 462-8464. HOUSE PARENTS - Mature couple with an interest in children -- to serve as house parents for a group of 8 adolescent boys in the Huntington, West Virginia area. Reply to: George Keifer, P.O. Box 107, Ironton, Ohio 45638. Telephone (614) 532-5787 weekdays 9 to 5 p.m. IF YOU ARE employed now, and would like to work evenings from 6 p.m. -- 9 p.m. at least 4 nights a week, call 768-3072 from 9 A.M. to 1 P.M. IF YOU'RE a recent high school graduate looking for a job and haven't discovered it because of inexperience, we have the best training around. We'll pay you S326.00 a month during training plus a S2500 or S1500 bonus in 25 different fields. For more information call Army Opportunities 346-9621 or 343-6181 Ext. 380. Parkersburg call 428-5189. Glenville 462-8464. IF YOU'RE A recent high school graduate looking for a job, why not inquire about Today's Army bonus program. We now pay 52500 or $1500 bonus in 25 different fields. Call Army Opportunities 346-9621 or 343-6181 Ext. 380. Parkersburg call 428-5189. Glenville call 462-8464. 8-MiitetlimeoMi Help Wtd. JANlTORS-Full time and part time e»e- ning worK. Apply Kanawha Janitor Service. 5M Capitol St. MARRIED COUPLES Work together and build your future together. I have sales positions available for several couples. Training period in our office. Excellent commission plus fringe benefits. For more information and appointment call 925-4939. 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. Ask for Mr. Doolej^ . MAT"ERTAL^cbNTROL:handle malls from receiving thru useS6500 + Call Roy Reec 344-4031 Snelling Snelling MGR fRATNEETlarge co seeks ing I type person to learn operations 56500 Call Roy J?eed_344 ; 4n31 SneNing 8,_SneJJing .. MORTGAGE LOAN PROCESSING CLERK Immediate opening with local lender specializing in first mortgage loans. General knowledge required: Applications Appraisals Truth-ln-Lending Escrow Private Mortgage Insurance Credit Reporting Applicant must be dependable. Salary commensurate with experience- Excellent working conditions. Liberal Benefits. Send resume in confidence to Box M 1695 c/o Charleston Newspapers NEED Warehouse and truck delivery person. Good working conditions. Write Box C-1692 C/O Charleston Newspapers^ OPTICAL LAB ASST. Paid training. Good salary and many benefits. Now interviewing. Call Army Opportunities 1526 Kanawha Blvd West, Phone: 346-9623 or Federal Building Room 1002, 500 Quarrier Street, Phone: 343-8161. *S£®^$3»- «%^^x!TM e lerences- 7«iTML - rjATworkeVtorhousecleaning. References required. 3424368. cDGEwbOD-Housekeeper-CooK position. No children. R e f e r e n c e s required. 344-4431^ Eve.J46-9894. HOUSEKEEPER lor elderly man. St. Albans._Liye_in. MOjgfjgeek. 343-2306. HOUSEKEEPER For elderly couple. Live in. Reterences_regujIS^li?^-- LADY" or girl to live in - Room, board, smalljalary^^TO^ SOMEONE to stay with retired couple in Glenville. Lady is recovering from a broken hip. Room, board and s a l a r y . 727 JHUJ^Z? 54; WANTED -- Responsible gentleman to sit with semi-invalid man, two days a week _ no work. 1-595-2576. VVANTED: Someone to take care of invalid woman. Residence 4 miles up Cabin Creek. 1-595-3391. 11-Office, Clerical PART TIME S290 per month Set-up and display of air purification equipment. 4 hours per day, 4 days per week. Interview a must. Call 925-1113 PERSON FOR light delivery. Must have own transportation and know area. Salary plus bonus. Apply in person only to Mrs. RicKman, Olan Mills Studios, 907 Quarrier St., 9 a.m. -- 1 p.m. and 5-9 p.m. through Friday. 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. SERVICE MGR TRAINEE:learn all phas es svc estimating future S9QOO+ Roy Reed 344-4031 Snelling 8. Snelling SNELLING SNELLING PLANT MGR: lumber mill knowhowS25000 COMMERCIAL LENDING: 5 + yrs bank. S22000 FUEL ENG: turbine fuel analyst..,,519000 CONTROLLER MBA/CPA: cost expSlBOOO TOOLING ENG: new design faucetss!7000 SALES REP: ind battery exp SI6000 ELEC ENG: 5 + yrs solid state S15000 AUDITOR: deg + exp radio 8. TV sta.S14000 MAINT SUPV: machine shop maint.513000 STRIPPER: strip up magazines S12000 MGR TRAINEE: fast food serv SlOOOO SALES REP: iron mill supplies S9000 CALL 344-4031 L S Bid 810 Quarrier St. TRI-STATE RED CROSS Blood Center needs hard working resourceful person to assist in developing donor potential for Charleston Community Red Cross Blood Donor Station. 346-9411. WANTED: Drumer Singer for Soul Band, 342-1258. WE'RE GROWING. Mechanics and truck drivers needed. Apply in person, C. C. Copley Garage Inc. 1009 Central Avenue, Charleston. "TRUCK DRIVERS, Experienced in handling household goods, preferably with National Moving Company; Must be able to pack fragile, high-value items. Ellis, 343-4341. 9--Administrative JR. ACCOUNTANT S700 Excellent entry position, major loca firm. Fee negotiable. 3.0 or better. De gree necessary. 343-4821 Action Personne - . _ _ _ _ _ _ TlTTER ior'sissonville or Airport. area Phone 984-9081. ______________ days a week. 7 6 8 - . ACTION PERSONNEL OFFERS SOMETHING FOR YOU! TYPING/BKPG 5663 Triple-threat type person to handle typing, bkpg, reception duties. Very Very nice office. LEGAL SECRETARY S500 Know your way around a law office? Nice attorney needs YOU today. SECRETARY, exp : '° S500 Fascinating development program needs · know-how and desire to be creative! BOOKKEEPER, exp to S500 Just the right spot for person w/payroll, and lost of posting exp. 5 days, dntn EAST END SECRETARY S460 Very very nice location needs three secretaries. 0 to 3 yrs. exp. Immediate. PUBLIC RELATIONS 5450 Secretary with a difference. Greeting public is a big part of this spot. RECEPTIONIST/shorthand to S450 Lots of little duties wil I be a breeze for a real sharpie w/good typing and S.H. MEDICAL ASST OPEN A little college would be a big help plus, agreeable personality. Mainly office duties plus some driving. CLERK ....OPEN High school, mature, excellent for sorne-, body considering going back to work.' GENERAL OFFICE/West side S433 Type 50 wpm and leartv a little simple bookkeeping. Busy phone. TYPIST S400 Very unusual benefits including educational assistance makes this a very nice place. CORRESPONDENCE CLERK S400 Mostly form letters. NO SHORTHAND. Join three other nice staff!' CREDIT CLERK ; OPEN . Must have exp. for this high volume office. Very nice, right downtown, conven-. ient. CLERKS : S350+ Several openings for beginners and/or ex-, perienced. The more exp. themore SSS.. 343-4821 922 Quarrier -- Suite 506 EXCELLENT HOURLY.RATES _, NO FEES Typing and shorthand are in heavy de-. mand. YOU can get in on the action as an, ACTION TEMPORARY. 343-4821 922 Quarrier -- Suite 506 9--Administrative 9--Administrative IMMEDIATE opening for experienced mixer drivers. Apply in person at Criss Shaver Inc. 1100 Pennsylvania Ave. JANITOR wanted to clean office between 5:30 to 6:30. S75.00 month. Local Business Development, P.O. Box 3369, Charleston. W. Va. 343-0148. * CAPITOL * INTERNAL AUDITOR - To 518,000 Degree plus auditing exp. Corporate position. All Fees pd. COST ACCOUNTANT - 513,500 Prior exp. Rapid advancement. Fee pd. IPING DRAFTING - Salary open tocxp. Prefer heavy exp. in piping. Excellent salary. Good benefits and advancement. JR. DRAFTSMAN - To 59,000 Min. 1 yr. exp. Nat'l company with good benefits and advancement. CONSUMER SALES - S10-S11.000 - Auto 8. expenses. Any related exp. helpful. Excellent bonuses and benefits. PHARMACEUTICAL SALES - $9-S10,500 Degree and lite sales exp. preferred. Full benefits with auto expenses. BUSINESS TRAINEE - $7200 Excellent starter position for sharp individual with degree. MGR. TRAINEE -- 56000 + VA Benefits. High School diploma plus ability to move into management. SERVICE MGR. TRAINEE - 584-59000. Good mechanical background. Some college preferred. MOTOR CONTROL PRODUCT MGR. 518-520,000 BSME or BSEE. Promotion and sales of motors, motor control products. All Fees pd. QUICK FOOD S E R V I C E MGR. -- To 513,000 Prefer prior exp. but not necessary. CASHIER-STOCK - 54930 - Prefer some public exposure. WAREHOUSE - 55000 Exp. not required. Good advancement. Call 344-9664 308 Knight Bldg. 901 Quarrier St. MANAGERIAL ABILITY? If you have it, we want to talk to you about a very attractiveopportunity. Train with us while you're still in your present job Earn higher income through professiona sales and service. Then move up to a top sales management position. Call Mr Leap 523-0108, or write c/o Investors Di versified Services, P. 0. Box 1449, Hun tington. MANAGER-MANAGER TRAINEE Must have some Credit or collection experi encc. No outside work. Must be aggres sivc and able to assume responsibilities Salary + Charleston 965-6701, Huntington 1-529-3394 8-Miscellaneouf Help Wtd. CASHIERS AND concession stand attendant for the Trail Drive-In. Apply Trail Drive-In Theater, between 7-10 p.m. No phone calls, please. ^CENTRAL EMPLOYMENT* FINANCIAL ANALYST CPA .-.to S20K Set-up systems, costs, etc., light travel, benefits, neg. fee. local. ACCOUNTANT-BOOKKEEPER....to S10K Full charge, benefits, NOW ACCOUNTANT, CPA, EXP to $15 K BOND DEP'T TRAINEE, BS 1165. wk. FIELD REP. BS I8400.+ Equal opportunity, benefits pd. SERVICE MGR. TRAINEE to S750. SALES-SYSTEMS, PR INCETON... S8500.+ SALES TRAINEE, INDUSTRIAL... to 5650 SALES REP, BS TRAINEE S700.-I: SALES REP. BLUE CHIP CO J10K+ Bonus, health aids, exp., fee pd. DISC JOCKEY, LICENSED :...tO 5750. ASS'T OFFICE MGR to $600. CALL MR. CRAWFORD QUARRIER AT DUNBAR ST. 343-5113 8-Miscelloneous Help Wtd. Buyer-Dept Manager Ladies Sportswear Outstanding opportunity to join progressive company expanding into ladies sportswear in Creater Charleston Area. Liberal company benefits. Give education, experience and quaff nations in first letter. All repies strictly confidential. Reply to Box C-1684, c/o Charleston Newspapers, Charleston, W.Va. MARKETING RESEARCH The nation's leading Marketing Research Company has opening in ourTelevision Research Division. These, are full-time career opportunities. No selling is involved. : Desirable qualifications inc l u d e a H O M E C O N T A C T WORK BACKGROUND along w i t h M E C H A N I C A L A P T I TUDE OR EXPERIENCE. Applicants should be free to travel, have a least two years of college education, and be willing to relocate to anywhere in the United States. Those selected will train for three to four months. Assignment upon completion of training will be to a major metropolitan area. COMPANY BENEFITS INCLUDE: * Company car (for business and personal use) * Hospitalizafion and Life insurance Programs * Paid Vacations * Pension Plan * Good Starting Pay * Increases Based on Merit * Travel Expenses * When applying give educational background, work experience, current earnings, address and phonenumber. Box M-1694 c/o Charleston Newspapers AN EOUAl OPPORrUNITY EMWOVf R LOST: White female Poodle. Answers to name "Fancy". Vicinity of Smith Road. 344-3706, 343-2597. 4--Special Notices ABSENT SPOUSE? Find what is happening. Call 343-0700, the "PROFESSIONAL INVESTIGATORS" BACHELORS AND BUSINESS GIRLS Waste every weekend cleaning that efficiency Apartment? Let HOME JANITOR do it. 342-6696. C. L. CROSON DETECTIVE AGENCY POLYGRAPH SERVICE LICENSED-BONDED 343-1564 CARE for elderly lady in my home. Call 727-2810. ___^____ Confidential Private Investigator. FREE Consultations. 343-0700 "DRINKING A PROBLEM? A.A. WORKS! Alcoholics Anonymous Information P.O.: Box 6001, St. Albans, 25177 CALL 343-3750 ANYTIME 9--Administrative 9--Administrative HARRELL MEMORIAL NURSING HOME 1514 VIRGINIA ST. EAST PHONE 343-7145 INSURANCE Low Rates All Types Of Insurance Cancelled Auto Insurance Revoked Driver Licenses Reinstated SR22 Filings - Mobile Homes HAGGERTY INSURANCE SEfift'lCE Phone 744-2526. Day or Night Carrier Carrier, world's largest manufacturer of air conditioning is seeking a territory manager tO WOrk Number 1 Air Conditioning Maker out of the Charleston, West Virginia Sales Office. This man will have full territory responsibility for both consumer and commercial.equipment. Experience and background in our industry essential. Carrier career opportunities are outstanding. Contact: R.D. Black (614) 272-1333. CARRIER DISTRI8UTMG COMPANY 2727 Harrison Rd., Cols., O. An Equal Opportunity Employer :3%^*^#:S*vv;3^^ PERSONNEL MANAGER A major division of a Fortune 500 Corporation is seeking experienced personnel applicants for a new, modern auto supplier manufacturing facility in Central West Virginia. Please send resume and salary requirements to Box M-l687,,c/o Charleston Newspapers. ; 5%%%KS«WS^^^ INSURANCE ADMINISTRATOR Large, progressive coal mining company has an excellent employmenl opportunity available for a college graduate in Business Administration with three to five years' experience in general risk management. : Experience may be with a mining or manufacturing firm or with an insurance broker or carrier, but should include property damage; liability; business interruption; multiple perils all risk; loss prevention reporting and premium accounting. We are seeking a person who can quickly learn to use our present procedures; who will recommend new or changed procedures where necessary, and who can communicate effectively with persons at various levels inside and outside the Company. · ' · Starting salary to about $15,000 plus comprehensive company-paid benefit plan. Central Kentucky location. Write in confidence to Personnel Director, Gazette Mail, Box M-1693 c/o CHARLESTON NEWSPAPERS AMfQUAL OPPORTUNITY [MPlOrfK MANAGEMENT OPPORTUNITIES HOW ARE YOU GOING TO REACH $15,000 PLUS INCOME BRACKET WITHIN THE NEXT FEW YEARS? The answer might well be in the rapidly growing. fast-food industry. We are one of the nation's fastest growing comoany-owned chain of family steak houses. We will be opening.in the Charleston Area shortly, and we are looking for "TAKE-CHARGE" individuals with proven management skills to fill local openings in our Management Training Program. THE OPPORTUNITY IS NOW! WE REQUIRE: High School grad with minimum 2 years successful supervisory experience or college degree in lieu of experience. WE OFFER: · Comprehensive 8-10 week training program · Training salary from $150 to $170 · Unit Manager potential of $15,000 plus · NYSE listed company with excellent company paid benefits packaqe plus · 5 day work week SOUND INTERESTING? Forward resume to Ron Arenson: RUSTLER STEAK HOUSE 828 Dulaney Valley Road Towson, Maryland 21204 A * Anfquo/Qppor/un/fyfmp/oyyrM/f

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