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7D -July 18, 1976 · Sunday Gatette-Mail Charleston, w«l Virginia Lynn Jurca Leads Region 2 Victory SHORTS Triple winner Lynn Jurca led Region 2 to the team championship of the West Virginia Parks and Recreation Assn. state track meet Saturday at Laidley Field. Region 2 is made up mostly of Kanawha County. h the meet, co-ipoawred by the Nitlon- il Track ud Field Hall of Fime, for boyi and (irli from 10 to IS yean old, Region 2 won with t score of ill potati. Region 4 (Parkersburg area) followed with 172 points. Then came Region 5 (Wheeling area) at 155, Region 6 (Morgantown area) at 150, Region 3 (Huntington area) at 12 7 and Region 1 (Beckley- Princeton area) at 126. Jurca, from St. Albans, won the girls 14-15 standing long jump,, 100-yard dash and 50-yard dash. Steven Peters III of Mt. View captured three first places in boys 10-11 for the Beckley-Princeton region. : The meet brought together 300 regional winners from West Virginia. Next year, the meet will be expanded to include 10 states. STANDING LONG JUMP a'?/'? Usa'cortr'""""'" Sm " h ' Cftllrl ? ston Re S'°9 » WFTIALL THROW Girls 10-11: 1, Monique Johnson. Huntington (142); J, pKn^Sj 0 ""* 1 " om); 3 - shtron Birtien - rTM y lJJi.,i T 1 Jww/.Mor'witam (170-3); 2, · G n r 'i,' 2 '', 3: '· ch Jl rlo " t H « lm «. Morgantown (131-9); ctariffta, VK' )VVhK " n ' (I3M); '· Shtrry Carnes ' Boys 12-13: 1, Bill Leeson, Morgsntown (244); 2, Jimm V Robertson, Huntington (193); J, Vince Thomas, Char- Girls 14-15: 1, Wanda McKeiver, Charleston (!«-«),· 2, Rhond4 Sheppird - stevsn p « ters I". Beckl G 'il ! 5'',', : '· Trudy MMI ^ Huntinjton (?-3/4); Tammy Westlall, Charleston (6-11W 3, Robin Horton, Mor- ganiown to-/) Girls 14-15: 1, Lynn Jurca, Charleston (7-1 3/4); 2 Deb- glfntwn ("ww""' 1 "' 1 "" (7 "° ) 3 ' D """* S Hln "' Mor ' («-6); 2 , Chariest gntwn (ww ' Boys 14-15: 1, Danny Phillips, Morgantown foffiw Huntington "'^l'' 3 ' '"K Petty, Softball Standings Ellt ' Team Central Presby Oakridge starcher St. Marks Randolph St Trinily Meth Asbury Church Softball Mtn Weil ...W L Team ... 19 3 Emmanual ...18 4 Grace ... 16 6 Christ Meth.., ...15 7 Calvery 8 14 Bream 6 16 Trinity Luth. . 5 17 B'nai Jacob... .....0 22 St. Paul Stan ot Week w L 19 3 18 4 12 11 11 12 9 13 9 13 6 16 4 18 Starcher-Terry Barton; Christ Melh.-Rick Bannister; Presby-Dick Bradford; B'nai-Lou Baler; Trinity Luth.- Tom Hies; Randolph-John Pfost; Emmanual-Dan Nolman; Central-Ken Bolar; Starcher-Wendall Cavender; Trinity Meth. George Adams. Women Team Central St. Marks Bream Christ Meth Morris Mem L Team .... w 10 Emmanual 3 Trinity Luth 5 12 7 Starcher 5 13 7 B'nai Jacob 4 13 8 Presby B'nai-Kathy Lieberman; Starcher-Connie Tincher; Christ Meth.-Cathy Burgess; Central-Judy Jordan. North Charleston Softball Ltigue First Diviiion Team W L Gunnoos 9 17 Henson Trucking 23 7 The Strand 6 15 Toto Rooter 16 10 McJunkin Corp 4 19 Five Corners 12 19 St. Francis 2 19 Second Division Team W L TM c 13 8 Sportsman 25 4 City Wide 9 9 Tic Toe Tire. 25 7 IBEW Local 9 14 KVD 19 9 Hoyer Bros 3 19 Boys 14-15:1, Ds,e Koehler, Wheeling (J60); J, Harold ^V ( '«ll. Parkersburg (J49-6); 3, Ores Fertig, Hunting- St-YARD DASH Girls 10-11: 1, Cheryl Simmons, B«kley-Prlnctton (6 8); 2, Joanna McCoy, Huntington (6.»); 3, Gall Paige, wneeimg (7.4) Boys 10-11; Steven Peters, Beckley-Prlnceton (6.4); 2, Mark DeLancey, Parkersburg (6.71; Stanley Fanjler, Morgantown (7-0) Girls 12-13.1, robin horton, Morgantown (6.2), 2, Debbie Robinson Charleston (6.5), 3, Brenda Ambrose, Parkersburg (6.9) Boys 12-13: 1, Kevin Petty, Charleston (6.2); 2, Eddie Campbell, Huntington (6.3); 3, Scott Nichols, Wheeling Girls 14-15: 1, Lynn Jurca. Charleston (6.3); 2, Rose Smith, Wheeling (6.5); 3, Mary Lynn Wilson, Parkersburg (6.B Boys 14-15.1, J. B. Parker, Morgantown (6-1); 2. Randy Richardson, Charleston (6.2); 3, Dave Thomas Wheeling (6.2) 440-YARD DASH Girls 10-11: 1, Jan Funderbunk, Parkersburg (1:16.6); 2, Cynthia Noneris, Charleston (1:11.7); 3, Lana Newcome, Morgantown (1:20.4) Boys 10-11: 1. Lorenzo Wooten, Beckley-Prlnceton (1:09.9); 2, Lee Wilson, Parkersburg (1:10.3), 3, Sam Donvan, Morgantown (1:10.4) Girls 12-13: 1, Rose Ann Blake, Morgantown (1:11.7); 2, Gae Paige, Wheeling (1:12.11; 3, Missy Hays, Parkersburg (1:13.1) Boys 12-13: I, Kevin Harston, Charleston (51.2); 2, Robert Pilcggi, Morgantown (59.7); 3, Greg Ball, Beckley-Princeton (1:02.4). Girls 14-15: 1, Kathy Hickman, Wheeling (1:04.9); 2, Jackie Underwood, Huntington (1:08.4); 3, Wendy Anderson. Parkersburg (1:09.8) Boys 14-15: l, Paul Reed, Parkersburg (57.6); 2, Mike Dawson, Wheeling (5J); 3, C. D. Jarrett, Beckley-Princeton (59.4) 100-YARD DASH Girls 14-15: 1, Lynn Jurca, Charleston (12.1); 2, Lisa Dean, Huntington (12.2); 3, Kim Brock, Parkersburg (12.3) Boys 14-15: I, Todd Miller, Charleston (11.2); 2, Bill Campbell, Morgantown (11.3); 3, Dave Thomas, Wheel- ing (11.3) Girls 12-13:1., Debbie Robinson, Charleston (12); 2, Robin Horton, Morgantown (12.1); 3, Missy Hays, Parkersburg (12.31 Boys 12-13:1, Kevin Petty, Charleston (11.2); 2. Robert Pileggi, Morgantown (11.5); 3, Mike Brlggs, Parkersburg (12.1) Girls 10-11: 1, Cheryl Simmons, Beckley-Princeton (12.i); 2, Stephanie Smith, Charleston 113); 3, Jonna McCoy, huntingtcn (13.2) Boys 10-11: t, Steven Peters III, Beckley-Princeton (12.3); 2, MikeCalhoun. Charleston (12.9); 3, Steve Scott, Parkershura (13.4) MO-YARD RUN Girls 12-13: 1, Ann Henderson, Charleston (2.43.9) Z Beth Laiurus, Wheeling (2:49.1); 3, Crystal Rader, Parkersburg (3:01.4) Boys 12-13: 1, Greg Ball, Beckley-Princeton (2:26.6); 2. Mark Price, Parkersburg (2:2B.l); 3, Bill Giles, Wheeling (2:32.5) 220-YARD DASH Grils 10-11: I, Wendy Spalding, Charleston (30.3); 2, Gail Paige, Wheeling (32.3); 3, Heidi Everson, Morgantown (32.6) Boys 10-11: 1. John Chappell, Beckley-Princeton (30.2); 2, Keith Richmond, Charleston (30.9); 3, Steve Marks, Parkersburg (31.2) MILE RUN Girls U-15: 1, Wendy Anderson, Parkersbura (5:44.3); 2, Donna Brizendine, Huntington (6:15.5); 3, Tommy Ralston, Wheeling (6:15.5) Boys 14-15: 1, Vernon Taylor, Parkersburg (5:05); 2, Mike Dawson, wheeling (5:29.9); 3, Ricky Brown, Beckley-Princeton (5:31.11 229-YARD RELAY girls 10-11:1, Charleston (30.1); 2, Huntington (32.4); 3, Wheeling (32.9); 4, Parkersburg (32.9); 5, Morgantown (33.8); 6, Beckley-Prlnceton (34.3) Boys 10-11:1, Parkersburg (30); 2, Charleston (30); 3, Beckley-Princeton (30.1); 4, Wheeling (31); i, Huntington (31.1); 6, Morgantown (32.3) 440-YARD RELAY Girls 12-13: 1, Charleston (58.5); 2, Morgantown (60.1); 3, Huntington (62.5); 4. Parkersburg 63.55. Wheeling 64.5 Beckley-Princeton (64.5). Boys 12-13: 1, Charleston (54.2); 2, Beckley-Princeton (54.9); 3, morgantown (57.2); 4, Parkersburg (57.2): 5, wheeling (57.7) Girls 14-15: 1. Wheeling (55.1); 2, Huntington (55.6); 3, Parkersburg (55.7); 4, Charleston (56.6); 5, Morgantown I5B.9) Boys 14-15: 1, Wheeling (49.1); 2, Parkersburg (49.3); 3, Morgantown (49.6); Charleston (49.8); Huntington (51) LAST CHANCE! July will be your last chance to buy UNIROYAL TIGER PAWS at these low prices. Quantities are limited due t© the strike and price increas- DON'T WAIT! TIGER PAW 78 4 PLY POLYESTER CORD WHITEWALLS UNIROYAL Low SizeA78xl3 Plus 1.74 per TireF.E.T. NO TRADE REQUIRED! SIZES E78xl4 F78xl4 078x14 G78xl5 SIZES H78xl4 H78xl5 1.78x15 SHIM 30 All pbt 1.74 It 3.14 F.E.T. ptr lire dwarfing OB flit ·WIUMitlll TIRE CO. MOKNI.ILVD. HKWFH 344-2326 PUZAUSTSMmNCCOITER Html InmSts. 342-6118 The annual tournament for Tennis, Inc., beginning and intermediate students will begin Monday, July 26, at Watt Powell Annex. Students may enter by calling 348-6864 or going to the Kanawha City pro shop. Entries are due Thursday. Twin Fills Golf Tourney MULLENS-A scrabble selective shot golf tournament will be held at the Twin Falls State Park course July 31-Aug. 1. The winning two-man team will receive a total of |500 in merchandise. Entry fee is $50 per twosome. Golfers' can enter by writing pro Joe Comer at Twin Falls State Park, P. 0. Box 236, Mullens, 25882, or by calling him at 294-4000. A total of 48 teams will be accepted. The defending champions are Bobby Runyan of Logan and Arch Griffith of Madison. S.J. Sponsors Meet The Stonewall Jackson sponsor's, club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the school cafeteria. The meeting is for parents of Lincoln and Wilson Junior High students who will be entering S.J. this year as well as for regular members. Oldaker Third In Bowling INDIANAPOLIS-Kevin Oldaker 'of Parkersburg was third in the All-America Youth Bowling Championships held here Saturday. The Parkersburg South graduate lost to eventual champ Jeff Marz of Akron, Ohio. COAL River Team Victor WHITESVlLLE-The Coal River team eliminated Oak Hill, 15-4, Saturday in the semifinals of the Area 1 Senior Little League baseball tournament. Coal River will oppose Upper Kanawha in the area fi als here at 2 p.m. today. Mollencop Shoots 73 Tom Mollencop carded a 73 round Saturday to take a one-stroke lead in the Kanawha Country Club men's golf tournament. Kiiuwhi Country Club IVUfl's Tournimtnt OumoionthiD Fllotit lomMollencop73, Dan Dickerson74, Babe Roberts 74, Bob Hunt 75, George Bryant Jr. 77, Dick Windon 77, Marty Pressman 78, Ted Myers 81 First Flight Jim Whytsell 71, Ron Hosklno 74, Don Alexander 75, Duke Gossage !0, Randy Estep 54, Bob Clark M, Dr. Er- ·nie Tanquilig 85, Alex Paolini 90. Louisville Golfer COON RAPIDS, Minn. ( A P ) - War- whooping Eddie Mudd of Louisville, Ky., won the U.S. Public Links Golf championship Saturday on the 37th hole-the first overtime hole-of his match with Archie Dadian of Milwaukee. Tennis Results, Schedule Saturday's Remits Men's Singles Mark Holstein d. Bob Wilson 6-4, 6-3; John Lynn d. Rudy Henley 6-1, 6-1; Robert Koleske d. Russ Rollyson 6-1, 6-4. ' Women's Singles Antoinette Morrison d. Linda Saunby3-6, 6-3, 6-2; Carol Skees d. Suianne Fisher. Men's Doubles Edward Hall-Rick Reynolds d. Alan Drescher-Gary Powell 6-1,6-1; Rudy Henley-Jeff McGraw d. David Shuman-David Nunlcy 6-3, t-l; Hal Albertson-Randy Valentine d. Wyatt Hanna-Jim Kuyk 6-1, 6-1; Mark Holstein- Roberl Koleske d. Duncan Rowan-George Ranney 6-1, 6-3; Bob Deitz-Dave Verner d. Dan Fleming-Kent Fleming 6-3, 7-5; Louis Mynes-BIII Duncan d. Jim McJunkin- Ken Washington 6-7. 6-1, 6-1; John Lynn-Rick Rubin d. Matt Woo-Keith- Burton 1-6, 6-0, 6-4; Greg Godby-Jim Rose d. Ernie Hillenbrand-Bart Hillenbrand 6-4, 6-3. Louis Mynes-BIII Duncan d. Rudy Henley-Jell Me- uraw, 6-1, 6-7, 6-3 Women's Doubles Sarah Palmer-Nancy Norcross d. Cathy Blackwell- Cheryl Arnold 6-0, 6-0; Kathy Kruk-Kelth Ann Kruk d. Nancy Thomas-Kathy Thomas 6-3, 6-0; Beth Cooper- Judy Jarrell d. Cindy Fish-Lynn Washington 6-2, 6-4. Mixed Doubles Lester Raines-Sarah Palmer d. 'Nancy Norcross-Jlm Paxton 6-4, 6-); Robyn Hamb-Wyatt Hanna d. Warne Ferguson-Wendy Chambers by default; Suzanne Fisher- Mark-Hamilton d. Becky Connor-Eddie Pauley 6-1, 6-1; Kathy Kruk-Frank McDonough d. Terry King-Lou King 7-5, 6-2; Linda Saunby-John Saunby d. Russ Rollyson- Terri Abbitt 4-6, 6-2, 7-5; Ric Skees-Carol Skees d. Beth Cooper-Chris Michael 1-6, 6-2, 7-6; Cfarlie-Kathy Warner d. Kim Tyree-Robbie Robertson 6-3, 6-1 Junior Veteran Singles Chuck Meyers d. Rabindran Israel 6-1, 6-2; John Robson d. Frank McDonough 6-2,4-6, 6-1; Dan Taylor d. Sam Bria 4-4, 6-1, 6-3; R. L. Readshaw d. Charlie Warner 6-2, 4-6, 7-5; Chuck Moyers d. John Robson 6-3, 2-6, 6-4; Dan Taylor d. Ron Readshaw 7-5, 6-4. Senior Singles Duke Kight d. Ray'Hubbard 6-2. 6-1; Bill Pittman d. Nick Winowich 6-2, 3-6, 6-3; Women's II Singles Cecilia Priced. Barbara Brunner 6-4, 6-4;.Sallie Hart d. Sandy Martin 6-2, 6-1; Chris Farmer d. Maria Alvarez 6-3, 7-5; Sue Amos d. Cecilia Price 6-2, 6-0; Women's III Singlts Eileen Saunby d. Sally Crowley 6-0,6-0; Madeline Blankenship d. Ann Warner 7-5, 6-3. Junior Veteran Doubles Russ Bays-Chuck Moyers d. Dick Faber-BIII Keen 6-3, 6-0; Russ Bays-Chuck Moyers d. Angel Cinco-Vidal Espeleta. Senior Doubles Kent Fleming-Duke Kight d. Ray Huobard-Joe Bader 6-2, 6 Women's III Doubles Barbara Hanna-Dot .Kight d. Lou King-Rosle Sangid 6-4, 6-3; Madeline Blankenship-Ann Warner d. Sandy Lewis-Lynn Truslow 3-6, 6-3, 7-6; Sue Amos-Anotinette Morrison d. Barbara Hanna-Dot Kight 6-2, 6-2. Todiy's Schedule Men's Singles 1 p.m.--Ted Anderson vs. Bob Koleske; Mark Holstein vs. John Lynn. Women's Singles 1 p.m.--Laura Robson vs. Antoinette Morrison, Robyn Hamb vs. Carol Skees. Junior Veteran Singles Final 1 p.m.- Chuck Moyers vs. Dan Taylor Woman's Doubles 1 p.m.--Barbara Carte-Kim Thomas v. Beth Cooper- Judy Jarrell; Sarah Palmer-Nancy Norcross vs. Keith Ann Kruk-Kathy Kruk, · Senior Singles 2:15 p.m.--Warne Ferguson vs. Bill Pittman. 6 p.m.-Ned Chllton vs. Duke Kight. Women's II Slnglts 2:15 p.m.-Sallie Hart vs. Chris Farmer, Womtn's III Slnglts Final 2:15 p.m.--eileen Saunby vs. madellne Blankenship. Men's Doubles 2:15 p.m.-Bob Deitz-Dave Verner vs. Edward Hall- Rick Reynolds, Rudy Henley-Jeff McGraw vs. Louis Mynes-Bill Duncan. 3:30 p.m.-John Lynn-Rich Rubin vs. Greg Godby-JIm Rose; Hal Albertson-Randy Valentine vs. Mark Holsteln- Bob Koleske. Junior Vitiran DoubUi 2:15 p.m.-R.L. Readshaw-John Robson vs. Dan lay- lor-Samir Shabb; 6 p.m.--Junior veterans doubles finals. Senior Doubles 3:30 p.m.-Russ Bays-Samlr Shabb vs. Norman Parsons-Ron Pack, MlMd Dfubln 3:30 p.m. Winner of Kim Tyree-Robbie Robertson vs. Charlie Warner-Kathy Warner vs. Suianne Fisher-Mark Hamilton. 4:45 p.m. --Robyn Hamb-Wyatt Hanna vs. Lester Raines-Sarah Palmer. Women's II Doubles 4:45 p.m.--Eileen Saunby-Margiret Mftdgwlck vs. Sandy Martin-Join Bannister. Womtn's III Doubles Final 4:45 p.m.-Barbara Hann-Dot Kight vs. Madellne Blanktnship-Anne Warner. i p.m.-Men' and Mixed Doubles Semifinals. ?. Tourney i July 26 2-- !· MiaffiM PETRY, PAUL P. August 4, 1932 - July 11 1«l HUSBAND AND FATHER "DEATH" 11 is queer, isn't it? There is such a finality about that word "death." But i isn't final after aJI. A man is like a stone (lung into a pool; the stone sinks, and we never see it again. But the ripples it makes go on until they reach the banks. There are no banks to end the ripples of memory. Thought has no horizons. That, it seems to me, is the real truth about DEATH. Sadly missed by wife, sons, and Ray William Drewey n memory of William Drewy Ray who died July 17, 1961. ·fe ' «\ Peaceful be thy sleep dear son, ts sweet to breathe thy name, In life we loved you dearly, n death we do the same. Missed'by mother, Grace Rhodes. 3-- Usl MH! F«Md FtfuND-Dunbar area-Male Oog- size of Poodle-- very intelligent- long silky hair. 768-6562. LOST - black Poodle, near Valley Grove School, Rutledge Road. Answers to "Pierre". Reward. 768-7734 or 925-5732. LOST -- Cross Lanes area male Beagle pup, named "Oinger". Reward. 776-1377. LOST -- dark blue suede on leather billfold. Vicinity Marmet or Alum Creek. Reward 756-2062. LOST - Dog. Mixed Breed. Wilkie Dr. area. Answers to Holly. Reward. 342-7855. LOST - Female Irish Setter, South LOST -- German Shepherd -- Solid White -- Spring Hill area. Answers to name "Jo-Jo." Reward. Calf 768-4935 LOST -- Man's eyeglasses, meta frame, tan case. Sunday in Big Star on Virginia St. or K-Mart on Patr ck St. 346-7664, after 6 P.M. LOST - Norwegian Elkhound. Bills Creek Road. Named "Laddie". Child very lonely. Reward. 755-7597. LOST -- Pomeranian -- Brown, reddish with black overlay - 2810 Hart St., South R u f f n e r . Answers to "Schoonover." 343-7583, or 346-6210 after 6 pm. LOST -- Small white, female Siamese cat -- answers to "Anna". Thousand Oaks. Reward. 744-2802, 344-9320. LOST -- Two men's rings in sma 1 brown cloth bag. $200 REWARD. Holiday Inn parking lot last year. Call 747-7455. After 5, 345-8496. LOST: Briefcase, brown samsonite with business -- personal papers inside. C P Boat Parking Lot. Reward, 344-2351. LOST: Miniature Schnauzer, ma e, salt and pepper, vicinity of Pinewood Park area, Dunbar. 768-2791. LOST-- Small Yorkshire Terrier, brown Vicinity of Tornado, reward. 722-3995. after 4. REWARD" Man's diamond ring, targe cluster with large diamond in center. Masonic emblems on both sides. Lost on Big Ben Golf Course, June 18. VERY LIBERAL reward. Please call Dale D. Soicer, 344-6351 or 346-3100. 4-Spttiol Nolicii ART IS FOREVER RUNYAN'S HOUSE OF FRAMES 308 THIRD AVE., SO. CHAS. 744-1376 BONDED AND LICENSED PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR 342-5174 CROSON DETECTIVE AGENCY POLYGRAPH SERVICE LICENSED-BONDED 343-1564 DEBTS-On and after the date. July 16, 1976, 1 will not be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself, Billy J. Christian, Decota, W. Va. DORIS'S DOLLS Restringing, wigging, clothing made for all dolls. Rand, W. Va. 925-2716. ELVIS Matinee -- center front, rows 7 and 8. 744-4486. ELVIS PRESLEY tickets, section R, 5 rows from stage. S50. each. Saturday Matinee. Call after 5, 925-3669. ELVIS PRESLEY TICKETS - Section D and 6, S50. each. Section Q, row A, S100. 949-2895. ELVIS TICKETS - 6 together. Best otter. 3«-954Z call anytime. . Elvis ticket - S25, 776-5467 6LVIS Tickets - excellent seats. Best oiler. Call 744-0082. ELVIS TICKETS - Both shows. Call 344-2910, 344-3285. ELVIS TICKETS - afternoon show. Main floor, row 9 row 10. Call 744-1992. _ ELVIS Tickets -- evening performance -- Main floor -- ISO. each. Call 344-8646. ELVIS Tickets - (21 Best otter. Ca 1 345-0964 alter i. ELVIS Tickets available - Sat. Afternoon, Best offer. 925-2920. ELVIS tickets reduced - 346-5452 Will also trade two tickets lor Sat. ELVIS TICKETS - Matinee. 535. each. Call between 5 and 7 PM, 346-3151. ELVIS Tickets - Sat. night. Row B. Main Floor. S60 each. Clenden n 1-548-5817 atter 6:30 and week-ends. E L V I S T I C K E T S - evening S60. 722-3405. ELVIS TICKETS (4) Main floor. Row Q aisle seats. 550. each. Call 727-3821. ELVIS TICKETS - best otter. 346-2071. E L V I S T i c k e t s . S a t u r d a y night. 342-1697. E L V I S T i c k e t s , e x c e l l e n t s e a t s . 3a2-0650. ELVIS TICKETS. 744-0132 ELVIS TICKETS-night show. Contact Earl. 768-9014 after 9 PM. Great seats. ELVIS Tickets-(2) Evening performances. Main floor, row 00. S40each. 727-2423. ELVIS Tickets-- 2 good seats, .Sat. Matinee. 550 each. 949-3867. ELVIS Tickets-2. 7th row from stage. Call 342-1752 after 5:00 p.m. ELVIS Tickets-- Arena section. Day, ELVIS tickets-121. Sat. night, main floor. 768-3H2. ELVIS tickets-section D, rowu", seats 7, 8. 525. each. 342-5797, 346-4581 after 8:30 AM. ELVIS tickets-front row and others. 925-6594. ELVIS tickets-525. Call 755-7354. GOD OFFERS a wonderful plan for HAVE A DRINKING PROBLEM? NEED HELP? Call Alcoholics Anonymous 342-4315 or for more information write P. 0. Bo* 3121, Chas. 25331 HURRICANE High School Class of 1956 will hold 20 year reunion picnic -- Hurricane Community Park, Teays Valley Road, July 25 - 1:30 PM. Low Rates All TW»S Of Insurance Cancelled Auto Insurance Revoked Driver Licenses Reinstated SR22 Filings-Mobile Homes · Motorcycle Insurance HAGGERTY INSURANCE SERV. TEN Elvis Tickets must sell. Best offer. 346-9312 965-7757. TWO Elvis Presley tickets-- first show. 345-0595. . . . WANT AN Elvis Kiss?? First and sec- WAN TED RIDE from St. Albans to Capitol building area. Hours 6:30 to 5. Good pay. Call 727-8056 after 5:30. WANTED OVERWEIGHT MEN WOMEN FOR NEW PROGRAM Professionally Supervised CALL 727-2257 V^^vp^v^LV ^i^nKW NOTICE OF SALE OF PROPERTY Notice is hereby given by the Randolph County Board of Education, County of Randolph. State of West Virginia, of its adoption on July 6. 1976. of a Resolution declaring its intention to sell at public sile for t minimum of One Hundred Seventy Thousand Dollars (SI70.000.00) the certain property located intheCoun- ty of Randolph, Stateof West Virginia, and described as (1) Lots 175, 176, 177, 171. upon which the school building is situated and (2) the northern portion of Lots 234 and 235, now being used as an asphalt play area, both parcels are formerly known as the Central Elementary School and playground, southwest corner of Second Street and S. Henry Avenue. Notice is further given that a public sale will be held at Randolph County Board of Education Office, nth Street. Elkins, West Virginia, August 14. 1976. at 1:30 o'clock P.M. The conditions of the sale are as fol- ows : (1) Both parcels of property shall not be sold for a sum less than One Hundred Seventy Thousand Dollars (5170,000.00), which is the appraised value. ( 2) That the Randolph County Board of Education must take official action on the highest bid and hereby re- seites the right to reject any or all bids. 13) That the highest bidder shall provide in cash, ten (10) per cent of the total sale price at the time ot sa e, wittuhe remainder to be paid in full within thirty (30) days, upon which the proper deed shall be conveyed. If for any reason the successful bidder does not remit the balance due in the time allotted, the down payment shall be forfeited to the Board. (4) The sale is authorized with the understanding that possession of the property may be given and the sate consummated on or about October 1, 1976. Dated this the 6th day ot July, 1976. (S) CAROL HYRE RANDOLPH COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION (PRESIDENT) ATTEST: 'S/ TOM MCNEEL SUPERINTENDENT WANTED-One Elvis ticket for evening performance-- 1st or 2nd row 343-1730. 5-- PtfMMl ABORTIONS 1 to 24 weeks pregntnciei terminated by licensed physicians. Arrangements made confidential. W. Va. 1-800-321-1682 24 Mrs. And Need Help? RIGHT TO BIRTH Call 755-1103 24 Hours 7-- Ctmttry Uli LOCATION YOUR CHOICE - 2 plots and memorial marker, Grandv ew Memorial Park. 755-7293. 1 8-- MbuNoMMi! Help Wld. A.C.E. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY Programmer, cobal, bal., fte paid SI6 Quarrier 344-9141 May Bldg. $$ ACTION PERSONNEL $$ HEAD MECHANIC FEE PAID Begin up to S15K If have NCR class 51 training. Lt. travel, good benefits SALES MANAGER, travel. ..112,000+ Sales personality and desire a career. College a plus. ADVISOR, w/Journalism ....to 112,000 Writing ability and some teacher training. TELLER SUPERVISOR $750 2 yrs. min. experience. Able to supervise. RETAIL MANAGER ....$715 Exp. in retail management gets strong company, good benefits. MANAGEMENT TRAINEE 1600+ Approved for VA benefits. High school, over 21. and ready to move UP. 343-4821 922 QUARR1ER-SUITE 506 ANNOUNCER - WMOV Radio, Ravenswood, W.Va. Job opening August 15, if interested call Red Oiborn, 1-273-2544 or send resume to Box 647, WMOV, Ravenswood. w.va. begin. ners O.K. BEST JOBS Proposal Engineer-Estimating con- Property Surveyor for a mining corp SROff Coal preparation Engineers-Coa preparation and material hand line exp., no decree required 522,000 Design and detail construction drafting sa lay open Electrical or mechanical Engineer- degree-- plant exp. required .$20,000 General Industrial Accountant-- Degree, exp. required S18.000 All above fee paid HOLMES EMP. ASSOCIATES Room 307, Medical Arts Bldg. 1023 Quarrier St. 343-4113 Eve. 346-3965 BODY MAN, Painter, and helper. 346-7000. *CAPITOL* Sales Rep.-Jl«-S20,OOD-AAA Co.- Must have computer related sales exp. Excellent benefits, auto expenses. Controller-To $20,000, construction exp. required. Mining Eguip. Sales-*U-Beckley. car, expenses, excellent co. Cost Accountant-- To Jll,000-heavy exp. ndustrlal Sales Rep.-- J12.000. car, expenses. Coal Preparation-- $22,000-- Must have exp. Mgmt. Trainee-$5'5-Good math. Mgmt. Trainee-- $600. Computer Console Opr.-- $550 mo-exp. Computer Programmer-- Cobol-$9200-Exp. or degree. must have exp. Call 344-9664 901 Quarrier St. CHALLENGING, REWARDING position forentry level manager. College helpful, but ambition and willingness to learn key factors. Good salary and future. A.C.E. 816 Quarrier 344-9841 CHEMICAL OPERATOR trainee wanted. Must be High School grad, and eager for a challenge am growth opportunity. Good pay, merl raises, insurance benefits. Grow with us. Call 925-0256, t:30 to II p.m. COLLEGE GRADS.-- If you want A start in Business-- Excellent Training opportunity and Benefits Start $8,600 SOFT GOODS SALE MANAGER Position Open-Exper. in Retail Sales required-- Replacement $9,000 McCORKLE EMPLOYMENT 812 Quarrier 344-9616 CONCESSION stand help wanted. Apply Elkview Drive In Theatre or call 965-1962. DAVIS-STUART. INC. - a home for teenagers is seeking a houseparent couple without children to provide houseparent relief for 3 cottages. Al housing, utilities, and most board provided, in addition to salary and medical coverage, we are an equal opportunity employer, Contact Nancy Copeland, Davis-Stuart, Inc., Lewisburg 1-447-5577. DIRECTOR - Male or female - for Computer Training Center. IBM equipment. No experience needed. Salary S25M year plus bonus, write: Computer Institute of America, Bo C-3271 c/o Charleston Newspapers. DO YOU LIKE to talk with people? Are you a'posltive Go-Getter? If so, call me at 342-1309 or 343-8252 ane get paid for it. Ask for Jim. DO YOU Think you can sell upward; · of $12,000 in commissions? Not quite ready? Do you think you can demonstrate Electrolux equipment? We pay for that, too, on a guaranteed ba sis -- even If you do not sell. Apply 4!S6 MacCorkle Ave., Spring Hill, DRY CLEANING-- Laundry openings. Counter clerk, Inspector, shirt finisher and presser trainee. Apply Ir person 101 West Washington St. EXPERIENCED - or knowledge in tire retreading, Some sales and office knowledgea must, salary negotiable, 346-2681. Finished carpenter or builder with tools. 925-0114. GENERAL HELP WANTED $140 WEEKLY to start no experience necessary. Company will train accepted applicants 768-1231 HANDYMAN - Full lime employment. Must have own transportation. General work experience. Consider retired or semi-retired person. Write Box M-3250 c/o Charleston Newspapers. HOUSE PARENT - Child care worker? Respon»lbl« lor oo««fvlng children In a closed situation. Ability lo stimulate creative play with children ages 2 to t years. Must b* a licensed driver In state ol West Virginia. Write Box M 3270 c/o Charleston Newspapers. Equal Opportunity Employer. 1-MiKtfcMM. Mt4. Wit |l«-lMNtlk. CUM Cvi FULL Tim* delivery man and malntt nance work. Apply at Sloan's Dep Store, Oufttar, W.Va. INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS ASSIST ANT -- Major co., degree and one or more yrs. exp. Promotable to cor porate level. Salary open, fte paid future A.C.E. 116 Quarrier 344-914 JANITORS - full time and part time - evening hours. Must have own transportation. Apply Kaniwha Jan itor Service - 504 Capitol St. An Equal Opportunity Employer. KENNEL HELP in St. Albans - $2.3C per hour starting. Full or part time Reply to Box M-3260c/0 Charleston Newspapers. LIKE PEOPLE? Let me show you how to help them make money too. Cat 744-0306 from 10-4. Ask for Mr. Beck ner. Maintenance Person For local position with apartmen complex. Mature person with me chanical ability. Apply Rental Off ice, Roxalana Hills Apartments Roxalana Rd., Dunbar. w. Va. MEN OR WOMEN - Full time or parttime -- earn $6 to $8 per hour Apply W.Va. Job Service, 211 Broad St., Tuesday, 2-3 PM. OPPORTUNITIES - BUSINESS 1 would like to talk to a man and his wife, in the privacy of their home about a business of their own, re quiring no investment other than time. For appointment phone, Mr McCoy, 768-7362. PARTTIME ATTENDANT - Kayo Oil Station, 70th MacCorkle Ave. Maiden. Equal opportunity employ er. PERMANENT PART TIME Wanted intelligent, ambitious, night owls to take retail inventory in super markets and other retail stores Must be 21, highschoolgraduateand neat in apperance. Work consisting of week nights and week-ends. Cal 344-8358 Monday 4-8 p.m. PERSONS -- Free to travel, learn trade on construction crews. Good pay. Openings your area. Send card, winanday Greenhouse Construction, 2211 Peacock, Richmond, Ind. 47374 PROJECT DIRECTOR -- For low in come Quilt Coop -- collegegraduate. business background, marketing some travel required, salary negoti able. Equal Opportunity Employer Call 1-595-3929. RECEPTIONIST - TO T R A I N IN PHOTOGRAPHY. No experience necessary. Must be willing to relo cate within W. Va. S T E W A R T STUDIO, 1004 Quarrier St. Remodeling, building, salesrr.an-Esti 92S-OU4. RETAIL MGR. exp. required in soft goods. Fast growing co. with attrac tive benefit package and plenty ot room for personal growth. OPEN A C E 816 Quarrier 344-9841 SALES, exp. or will train person w tr grocery or mechanical ability. Wei known growing co. car. expenses, salary $9,000 and comm, good oppty "A.C.E. 816 Quarrier 344-9841 AGGRESSIVE Salesperson w an tec with management potential 343-6991. SECURITY officers-Statewide now screening applicants for security officers and experienced superv s ers. Uniforms furnished, paid vaca tion, non-drinkers, no arrest record, must have car and phone. Contac Statewide Security, Box 2080, Par kersburg or call (304) 422-J466 be tween 9-6. S E R V I C E CLERK - Heavy duly truck experience required, excellent benefits, vacation, group insurance, profit sharing, etc. Contact Business Manager at Charleston Truck Trailer Service, 763-3981. SMART PERSONNEL 512 ATLAS BUILDING BOOKKEEPING, Acct. P R, taxes, PR OPEN ENTRY LEVEL MANAGEMENT SB400 SALES, Inside, phone quotations. J550 SALES, Outside, mining. So. W. Va... S12K SMART PERSONNEL PHONE 345-8272 SUPERVISCR-parttime evening hours. Ideal second income. Must have own transportation. Apply Kanawha Janitor Service, 504 Capitol St. Equal Opportunity Employer. TRUCK DRIVER-Wanted to deliver produce and frozen foods to stores, restaurants, etc. Se Mr. Corey at 1410 Lewis St., after 1 PM. WE WANT someone who cares for his family and wants the finer things of life; who is not content with earnings ot S150 per week. Call for job interview 346-0850 between 8 and 12. * CENTRAL EMPLOYMENT* Surveyor, supv. exp. to SI3.000 2 yr. tech. degree, 2-3 yrs. exp. Sales Rep., SHARP, Comm. ..*S11, 000 Office, bank teller exp to SBOO District Mgr , exp to 520,000 Sales, service supv. control, meta, exp. fee pd.. local co. Production Supv to 525,000 Ind., supv. exp. BSCHE or related. Geologist, b.s. field exp to slBK Chemical Engineer, Open s BS, MS, Phd's, W. Va. Fee pd Service Clerk -- type, etc S500 4 Manager trainee, credit 57,200 Accountant, 85 512,000 up Parkersburg area, fee pd. sharp. 1033 Quarrier (Bldg.J_ 343-5113 """* OBIT WRITER The Charleston Gazette has a parttime position open for an Obit Writer. Good typing and pleasant telephone voice essential Approximate hours: Mon. thruFri. 230P.M. 'til9. 30P.M. Apply in Person: · Charleston Newspapers Personnel Office 1001 Va. St. E. Charleston, west Virginia An Equal Opportunity Employer 9-- Administrative A~Cc6VN~TANT~-'CoMeg~e~grad., good average, full charge of all financia affairs. Grthving corporation. Call Mr. McKee. 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 344-3577. BANK TRAINEE Recent high school graduate with above average grades, who is eager and willing to learn the banking business. Must be hard worker, aggressive and able to take orders. Character and background will be investigated. Apply in W R I T I N G ONLY, outlining in resume, your q u a l i f i c a t i o n s , no phone c a l l s . W r i t e : President, EIV National Bank, Big Chimney, W. Va. 25302. 'LOAN" MANAGER" Independent consumer finance company has management opportunity available in Southern, W.Va. Applicants should have 3 yrs. or mere experience as manager or assistant in consumer finance business. Company offers complete benefit package. Send resume or telephone T. D. True. 200 Ballengee St., Hmton, W.Va. 25951, 466-1600. LOOKING for more than just a job? Well then, join the Pizza Hut Restaurant' team. We now have openings in the Charleston area for manager trainees. As a trainee you will receive classroom and on the job training. You will also be entitled to all our benefits such as full hospital!- zation, life insurance and profit sharing. So if you're willing to work hard in a position with a future, apply now at Mountaineer Pizza Hut, Inc., 1032Charteston National Plaia. MANAGERS To meet growth objectives, we are seeking Retail Lumber Yard Managers and A s s i s t a n t Mangers to complete a highly structured and accelerated management development program to become MANAGERS of one of our sales centers (currently 266 in 37 states), high income ·*· bonus -- outstanding company paid fringe benefits. A very rewarding career and company. Please send resume to Don Taylor W1CKES LUMBER 515 N. Washington Avenue Saginaw, Michigan 4860? An Equal Opportunity Employer P R 6 D U C f 1 6 N M A N A G ER. EastTe i. nessee furniture operation seeks degreed, experienced manager for high-volume case good plant. Excellent s a l a r y / b e n e f i t s . Send re- sume'salary history to: BoxM-3272, c/o Charleston Newspapers. TEACHERS," Administrators -' wiling to relocate. Top positions, public, private schools, colleges. Write Mr. Guess, Southern Teachers Agency, 509 Medical A r t s Building, Richmond, Va., 23219. WANTED - Experienced Department store assistant manager. Excellent opportunity for ambitious person. Several years in retailing preferred. Salary commensurate with experience. Apply in person Cox's Department Store, St. Albans Mall. IO-»Mttslk, CUM C*« BABY SITTER wanted-My home In Smllhcrs. 5 days week. 1-443-52I3. BABY SITTER - Experience - my home -- Prefer over 25 years ol age. Call after 6 PM 722-2673. . B A B Y S I T T E R WANTED - 5 day week. South Hiil$ Are*. 346-494. DEPENDABLE lady to live in with elderly couple-partially invalid. Light housework, week-ends off. West Side. 776-2407 or 346-3930. EXPERIENCED Secretary - Good shorthand speed and typing speed required. Salary and alt other terms negotiable Send resume and salary request to: P. 0. Box 2506, Charleston, W. Va. «3». HOUSEKEEPER -live in with elderly couple, 722-4535. HOUSEKEEPER"- for father and teenage son. Live in private room, meals, uniform, vacation and $140. * month. Write Bill Christian, Rt. 7 Bo 467 Princeton, W. Va. 247*0. KAN. CITY, need person to live-in or week end care for elderly lady be of good health reliable. 925-1191 after 5 P M 925-4502. MAlD-Apply in person. Red Roof l nn. See John Collins between 9 and 3 daily. MATURE lady to live in -- with elderly couple. Lady invalid. Belle area. Cail 768-0653 - 949-3256. MATURE lady to live m with elderly !ady-So. Chas. 744-2880 or 768-37J5. NEED VPERSON who wants a good home and income to live in and care for elderly mother. Monthly salary with time off. Must be of good health and reliable. Call 925-1191 or 925-4502 after 5 p.m. , N E E D M AT U RE LAD Y f or cWT(TcBre in my home, 5 days, 8 io 5:30, Monday through Friday, Coco Road. Call evening, 965-1603 after 5:30. RESPONSIBLE and capable woman to make home with lovely bedridden lady. Weekends o f f , plus salary, 768-7828, 768-6638. 11-Offite, dried A'C E. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY ull charge bookkeeper J550 up 816 Quarrier 344-9841 May Bldg. $$ ACTION PERSONNEL $$ OFFICE NURSE OPEN Assist. busyM.O., very little clerical MEDICAL SECRETARY OPEN Outstanding fringes. Need accurate typing and some med. experience. TWO GUYS NEED STENO $550+ Typing shorthand and maturity. GENERAL OFFICE, typing $525 Kanawha City needs YOU right away. Deal with public. PBX with typing $450 A c c u r a t e t y p i n g and PBX exp. would be a plus. Will train bright person. LOAN SET UP CLERK...' $425 Eye for detail and lite typing. GENERAL OFFICE, FEE PAID$476 Downtown, free parking, need typ- TELLER OPEN Needs experience w 'money. Outstanding! 343-4821 922 QUARRIES-SUITE 506 AL MARINO needs a secreiary with accounting skills. Experience necessary. Apoly 912 Bridge Rd., 9 to 4 p.m. or call 343-9467 anytime. BECKLEY AREA - Secretary - typ- Reply tc: Box M-3268, c/o Charleston Newspapers, 1001 Virginia St., Charleston, W. Va. 25330. BEST JOB Mature Secy for professional office -shorthand 80WPM S550 to S600 HOLMES EMP/ ASSOCIATES Room 307, Medical Arts Bldg. 1023 Quarrier St. 343-4183 Eve. 346-3965 BOOKKEEPER -- Mature, experienced on Burroughs LSOOOMini computer very helpful. Write Box 9178, South Charleston 25309. *CAPITOLV~ Public Relations-- 59,000-Public corv "tact and traveling. . Sect'y-5600, feepd, Nitroarea, knowledge of co. benefits. PBX - Receptionist ( So. Chas. ) -To S58B-Typing req. Open-Fee pd. 6 yrs. exp. Typist-S-lSO-East End. Receptionist (So. Chas.} 5450.-- lite typing Claims clerk-57,592-- some college or exp. rypist-5481-- good lyping. r ypist-S575-!yping, 5 yrs. exp. 3ect'y-S550-typing, general office rail 34J-9664 901 Quarrier St. ^CENTRAL EMPLOYMENT"* .egal Secretary S600+ Fypist $433 Clerical, exp to $450 lyping, adding machine General office -- downtown MOO Typist - St. Albans $520 Manager -- Retail to $850 Bnnk Teller - exp. to $600 Manager to $10,000 retail exp., sales, supervisory exp. 1033 QUARRIER ST. (Bldg.) 343-5113 EXECUTIVE SECRETARY ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT We have an opening for an executive secretary-administrative assistant to a senior executive. Excellent opportunity for secretary with poise, matur- ty and experience. Full range of skills required, plus ability to handle admin- strative tasks on own Initiative with minimal supervision. Salary commensurate with experience and ability. Excellent fringe benefits. Send resume to: Box M-3239 c/o Charleston Newspapers 1001 Virginia St. E. Charleston, W. Va. 25330 We ate an [qua! Opportunity Employer EXECUTIVE SECRETARY MMEDIATE opening lor secretary with good skills in shorthand and typing with strong desire to advance into administration. Should be able to work independently, deal with fhe public and possess knowledge of the local area. Excellent starting salary and fringe benefits. Send resume to: Box C 3264 % Charleston Newspapers. We are an equal opportunity employer EXPERIENCED, Capable secretary for general office work. Proficiency in typing, shorthand, and clerical work required. Must be good with figures. Must be a high school graduate with good character and pleasant personality. Excellent beginning salary. Pleasant working conditions. Outstanding free employee benefits, including health and life insurance coverage, retirement program, and paid vacations. Opportunity for advancement. For a confidential interview phone 304-925-0837 or send letter of experience to: Top Value Enterprises District Office, 411; MacCorkle Ave., SE, Charleston, W.Va. 25304. An Equal Opportunity Employer FULL CHARGE BOOKKEEPER- should have experience in construction or contracts. Accounting. Mature individual preferred. Pleasant working conditions, good benefit program with well established Charleston Company. Reply with resume and telephone number to Box C-3267 C/O Charleston Newspapers. Interviews to be conducted 7/20 and 7/21/76. FULL CHARGE bookkeeper -General bookkeeping, general office, quarterly taxes. Downtown location. Send resume to Box 1191 Chas. W.Va. 25324. FULL time office help-- doctor's office, typing, light bookkeeping, and working with patients. Pleasanl working conditions, nice personality a plus. Send resume and photograph to Box C-3273 c/o Charleston Newspapers. GENERAL OFFICE WORK - Part- time maximum 20 hours per week. Typing, filing, Etc. Must be able to Jake directions and assume responsibilities. Will accept high school graduate with good skills. Call 345-8522, 1 PM to 5 PM, Monday GENERAL OFFICE - Competent typist required for sales office of National Corporation. Duties include typing of correspondence, quotations, filing, plus telephone answering Excellent Corporation benefits. Send resume and income requirement to: Box M-3265 % Charleston Newspapers. In full confidence. GENERAL OFFICE Beautiful downtown office offers excellent working conditions, too Benefits, advancement and 35 hr. week, ideal position for person with typing and head for figures. A.C.E, 816 Quarrier 344-9141 IMMEDIATE opening doing paste-up, lyping, layout, some filing. CM Monday-Friday between 9 and 3. 343-4561. LEGAL SECRETARY - shorthand, good typing a must -- salary negotiable. Send resumeto: Box C-3W7C/0 Charleston Newspapers, Charleston, w. Va. NO FEE QUALIFIED OFFICE PERSONNEL WITH GOOD SKILLS TEMPORARY 1. PERMANENT UNITED TALENT, W CAPITOL ST. 345-1515 ONE GIRL office-typing, »horm»nd, light bookkeeping. So. Chas. loci- tlon. Salary commensurate with e x p e r i e n c e and abilities. Call

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