Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 16, 1974 · Page 22
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June 16, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 22

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Cyclists Urged to Join Search SPECIAL PULLEYS ENABLE MIKE SMITH TO DRAW BOW EASILY Marks Visible Above Left Hand Are Used For Sighting --Staff Photo by Lewis Raines MJLMDOKA, Searefeers feuatiag for as 11-year-old boy lost siaee Moaday issued a eail Saturday for 200 nHrtorcydists wilting to scour the barren southern Idaho desert in temperatures over 100 degrees. The searchers are looking for Jeff Hodgson, who became separated from a state-sponsored wilderness survival study group. One searcher died Friday of sunstroke. Power County Coroner Bud Kelley said Mrs. Shirley Egan, 29. of American Falls, was dead when a helicopter brought her to the Pocatello Airport. Kelley said unofficial temperature readings in the remote southeastern Idaho went as high as 120 on Friday. The call for motorcyclists went out Saturday morning on local broadcasting stations, although Ruth Goodnight, dispatcher for the Mini-Cassia Search and Rescue unit, cautioned that officials would not allow anyone to join the search unless they were willing to work under an experienced rescuer. She said a set of shoeprints made by hiking boots similar to ones worn by the missing boy were found Saturday near Shoddy Well, a watering bole for livestock about 12 miles northeast of Minidoka. A second youth who became separated from the study group. Rocky Nielson, 10, was found Tuesday when he wandered into a farm. \ CONGRATULATIONS I AND BEST WISHES TO DANIEL L. "DANNY'*' MARION * CHARLOTTE CANTERBURY MARION tt AND MAY YOUR "HONEYMOON LAST A LIFETIME WHILE THE "IOSS" IS GONE WE'RE GOING TO SELL "EVERY" VEHICLE ON THE LOT-SOME OF THEM CUT AS MUCH AS 50% OFF REGULAR PRICE SALE PRICES ON "ALL" WINDSHIELDS. MM, NOMA, 0011, ALIBI, DON, Tf IRV, lONME t RONMf MARION'S AUTOVILLE 1 «A MILES FROM CHARLESTON ON RT. 62 TOWARDS CROSS LANES Trooper Eyes Fall With Fancy Bow By Andrew Gallagher Staff Writer Mike Smith pulled the string taut on his multigeared bow. The weapon bent stiffly, then relaxed as the special pulleys were activated. The arrow, released, flew at the bull's eye, striking it slightly above the center mark. . "It shoots harder and is more accurate than any other bow I've ever seen," said the ,25-year-old state trooper. "It makes up for human error," he said, smiling since he'd missed the target's center, "or most of the error." '; Smith-is'a three-year mem- jber of the Department of Public Safety who has been stationed at South Charleston for the last year. He's an avid sportsman and outdoorsman. "I bought the bow to hunt this fall," he said. "It's a hell'uva lot more sport than a gun. And the hunting season for deer with a bow lasts from mid-September to the end of December." The Point Pleasant native said he bought the bow -- it cost him more than $200 -after a friend of his showed it to him at a sporting goods store in Huntington. "Compound bows are coming on big this year," Smith said. "They're going to revolutionize the archery industry." In his time off. Smith farms on a 50-acre plot near Point Pleasant. He and his uncle own the property jointly. He . likes to get away from South Charleston because he's single and lives at troopers' quarters at the barracks. "Staying at the barracks is all right," he said. "I eat meals in restaurants. That gets to be a drag. I'd always rather eat a home-cooked meal." Newj4majia Electric/Gas Heating Cooling Unit with the exclusive new HTM Heat Exchanger It is outside. No flame . your home. no fumes in SAFE! SAVE MONEY! SAVES SPACE COOLS! (Available In 2,2 YJ, 4 and 5 ton sizes) Phone for free home survey 346-8940 or 346-8102 CHARLESTON HEATING CO. INC "Licensed Installers" 1136 OakhurstDr... .Charleston Save up to 17% on your gas bill. No pilot light to waste gas. It ignites with a spark plug. Provides instant gas heat. Gives you more room in your basement. .. .Since your space consuming furnace is removed. Use this space for recreation, storage, etc. Cools and dehumidifies your home with electric air conditioning. Save-as-much-as-YDu-can-Ptan. From $1.OO to nOOQOOO. Walk into any big store and nine times out of ten you'll find what you want at a price you want to pay. It's not luck. It's Just good business to have a good selection. Because people are different. Now you know why we have so many different savings plans. Because people are different. In the ways they save. In the reasons why they save. In the amounts they can save. And what ever kind of saver you are, weVe got a plan we think you're going to like. A Save- As-Much-As-You-Can Plan. From $1.00 to $1,000,000. So look over the chart carefully. Use it to shop before you come see us. Then ask a Customer Service representative to fill you in on the details. ACCOUNT MINIMUM TIME INTEREST 5% Passbook Savings $1.00 Money Tree $100 90 days 5-1/2% Investment Savings Certificates $100. , 90 days 5-1/2% Supersix $1000 2 years 6% Compounded daily Annual yield 6.27% Certificates of Deposit-. $100 30-89 days 5% H $100. ...90-364days 5-1/2% $100 12-29 mos 6% ii $1000 3047 rnos 6-1/2% Compounded daily Annual yield 6.81% $1000 48-59mos 7.25% For information on certificates of deposit of $100,000 or more, call Jim Stark or Mike Hudnall at 3484486 or 348-5606. Federal law and regulation prohibit the payment of o time deposit prior to maturity unless three months of the interest thereorte is forfeited and interest on the amount withdrawn is reduced to the passbook r«1e. The Charleston National Bank A FULL SERVICE BANK Member FDtC · Member Federal Reserve System b

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