ALL-AMERIGA1965 Raleigh Register, Beckley, W. Va., Thursday Afternoon, December 16,1935--25 HAROLD UUCAS, MICH, STATE 6EOR6E WEBSTES, MICW. STATE LYNN MATTHEWS/ TOMMV NOBIS, TEXAS FLA. ' FRANK EttANUEU pwfcSSvT TENNESSEE iOlTJgaMAd STAS MAUSZEWSKI. P8IMCETOW JIMGRABOWSW, ILLINOIS DONMv/ANDERSON, TEXAS TECH . tiOiVARD TWIUEV, TUU?A NEW YORK (NBA) .-- Platoon football as a way of life keynotes the 22-man All-American team announced today by Newspaper Enterprise Association. With the liberalization of the substitution rule this year, the true specialist -- the offensive player who never makes a tackle or defensive player who never executes a block -- is a fait accompli. Last year's NBA team was the first to recognize the return to the platoon era. This year's squad confirms it, though a few men still play with both units- There are no $400,000 quarterbacks in 1965. (But then Joe Namath never made an AH- American team last year, either.) The superstars of this season are the running backs -- Mike Garrett of Southern California and Jim Grabowski of Illinois. Garrett is the best in a Trojan parade that traces back to Ory Mohler and Frank Gifford Grabowski surpassed all the cruising marks set at Illinois by Red Grange and was labeled by one pro scout "as good a prospect at his" position as Dick Butkus was at his." (Butkus was the II- lini linebacker of last year who stepped into a regular job with the Chicago Bears.) The quarterback is Bob Griese,. a brilliant pitcher for Purdue, the only junior on this offensive ensemble. Griese achieved a great victory over Notre Dame. Rounding out the backfield in the logical flanker position is Donny Anderson, a repeater from Texas Tech. onny can hold down a running job, but he's also the possessor of every Red Raider pass receiving mark. The regular receiving posts go to a high - low combo -- Freeman White of Nebraska, a 6-5 giant with sprinter speed, and Howard Twilley of Tulsa, most prolific pass grabber in years. Although Twilley is small (510), he is also slow. All he does is catch the ball and illustrate that AU-American teams are chosen on performance, not pro ratings. The tackles, fitted to heroic proportions, are 6-5 Glenn Ray Hines of Arkansas and 6-4 Sam Ball of Kentucky. Bines' forte is quickness off the ball, an initial charge that makes coaches drool Wee a shower curtain. Versatility features the interior of the line, with a slight departure from platoon tradition. For three years Notre Dame's offense on sweeps has been keyed to the blocking of Dick Arrington. Stanislaus (Stas) Maliszewski of Davenport, Iowa, is a typical Ivy League bruiser in the Princeton single wing. And coach Bear Bryant of Alabama calls center Paul Crane '/the best blocker I've ever coached offensively." But when their teams get into trouble, Paul, Stas and Dick also deploy on the defensive units --Arrington as a tackle, the other two as mobile linebackers. This two-way ploy is also carried out by a pair of men on the defensive unit -- Aaron Brown of Minnesota and Tommy Nobis of Texas. Brown has the pros in a dither. They don't know whether the 230-pound strongman would be better as a tight end or protecting a flank. He did both for the Gophers and merits a spot on overwhelming physical prowess. For some reason, good defensive ends were in short supply. This year's NEA team springs a surprise in Lynn Matthews, a powerful factor in Florida's good season that will bring a Sugar Bowl bid. The Gators plugged their offensive heroes -- quarterback Steve Spurrier and end Charles Casey--with merit, but Matthews did his job with just as much class, if not lelan. The same might be said for Auburn's Jack Thornton, tabbed by Bryant as the best defensive tackle in the Southeast, just a shade ahead of Georgia's George Patton. On the awesome Nebraska squad, Walt Barnes earned his early credentials as a middle guard but moved over to tackle to fill a void. He was doubleteamed on every play but never knocked out of it. You can't miss the middle guard--all 286 pounds of Harold Lucas. Coach Duffy Daugherty says, "He's far and away the best I've ever had at Mich igan State." On one play against Iowa, Harold jammed the middle of the field then raced out and pinned a swift halfback against the sidelines for a one yard gain. The linebackers made this All-American team the hard way. Nobis and Carl McAdams of Oklahoma played on disappointing teams but couldn't be overlooked because of their dedicated efforts. They're 110 per centers. Nobis was named as a guard last year and was a double-duty man for the Longhorns in '65, though slowed a step by leg hurts. Frank Emanuel of Tennessee also missed action because of injury but was a driving leader for the Vols, who played tight defense In the secondary, Johnny Roland of Missouri started his college career as a sensational ball carrier but switched to defense his last two seasons with no loss of efficiency. Ball-hawking Nick Rassas of Notre Dame was the outstanding threat in the country on punt returns. And . finally there's George Webster, Michigan State's Monster man. He's the rover who picks up people all over the field, in the Spartan defense. Like Griese on offense, Webster is also a junior. Which should mean the perpetuation of All-American achievement in football for another year. To the Creditors and Beneficiaries of the Estates of HARRY 0. MILLER, deceased; GEORGE LESTER BALL, deceased; ROY LEE GARTEN, deceased; THOMAS CHESTER SIMPSON, deceased; and ROY VASS, deceased. Ail persons having claims against the estates of the said HARRY O. MILLER, deceased; GEORGE LESTER BALL, deceased; ROY LEE GARTEN, deceased; THOMAS CHESTER SIMPSON, deceased; and ROY VASS, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit same, with the voucher thereof, legally verified, to the undersigned, at my office in Suite 213. Raleigh County Bank Building, Beckley, West Virginia, on or before the 20th day of April, 1966; otherwise they may by aw be excluded from all benefits of said estates. All beneficiaries of said estates may appear on or be- 'ore said day to examine said claims and otherwise protect their nterests. Given under my hand this 1st day of December, 1965. ROY A. CUNNINGHAM Commisioner of Accounts, County of Raleigh 12-Thurs-16-3-RR By United Press International The Providence Reds had better keep an eye on these scrambling Springfield Indians in the Eastern Division race of the American Hockey League. It's a sort of a private race- far from the heady atmosphere of first place held securely by the Quebec Aces. The Indians, who had been more or less consigned to last place in the East, climbed to within two points of the fourth- place Reds Wednesday night with a 2-1 victory over the Cleveland Barons. Jim Anderson scored for the Indians at 14:12 of the third period to snap a 1-1 tie. Tom McCarthy's first-period goal had sent the Barons iu front but the Indians tied the score on Bill Smith's goal at 3:57 of the second period. PEBRAZA TO BRONCOS ALPINE, Tex. (UPI) --Luz Pedraza, who quarterbacked Sul Ross to its first Lone Star Conference championship since 1949, signed as a free agent with the Denver Broncos of the A m e r i c a n Football League Wednesday for a reported $13,000. OPEN TODAY - 5:00 AT 5:35-7:50-9:55 HERE COMES THE SPEED BREED! where engines melt and young blood toils! Pos Name and School E Freeman White, Nebraska E Howard Twilley, Tulsa T Glen Bay Hines, Arkansas T Sam Ball, Kentucky G Dick Arrington, Notre Dame G Stas Maliszewski, Princeton C Paul Crane, Alabama QB Bob Griese, Purdue H Mike Garrett, Southern Cal FL Donny Anderson, Texas' Tech F Jim Grabowski, Illinois E Aaron Brown, Minnesota E Lynn Matthews, Florida T Walter Barnes, Nebraska T Jack Thornton, Auburn MG Harold Lucas, Mich State LB Tommy Nobis, Texas LB Carl McAdams, Okla. LB Frank Emanuel, Tennessee H George Webster, Mich. State H Johnny Roland, Missouri S Nick Eassas, Notre Dame First Team OFFENSE CL Age Hgt Sr. 21 6-5 Sr. 21 5-10 Sr. 22 6-5 Sr. 21 6-4 Sr. 23 5-11 Sr. 21 6-1 Sr. 21 6-2 Jr. 20 6-1 Sr. 21 5-9 Sr. 22 6-3 Sr. 21 6-2 DEFENSE Sr. 21 6-4 21 6-2 21 ^6-3 22 6-2 21 6-2 21 6-2 21 6-3 Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. 22 19 22 21 6-3 6-4 6-2 6-0 Wgt Home town 220 Detroit, Mich 180 Galena Park, Tex. 235 El Dorado, Ark. 241 Henderson, Ky 232 Erie, Pa. 215 Davenport, Iowa 188 Prichard, Ala. 185 Evansville, Ind. 185 Los Angeles, Calif. 210 Stinnet, Tex. 211 Chicago, 111. 230 Port Arthur, Tex. 214 Tampa, Fla. 235 Chicago, IU. 220 Washington, Ga. 286 Detroit, Mich. 230 San Antonio, Tex. 215 White Deer, Tex. 228 Newport News, Va. 204 Anderson, S. C. 198 Corpus Christi, Tex. 185 Winnetka, HI. Sfeeler Coach Shuffles Lineup PITTSBURGH (UPI)--Coach Mike Nixon -will shuffle the Pittsburgh Steelers , starting lineup for their final game of the season Sunday at Washington. Tommy Wade will start at quarterback, replacing Bill Nelsen who will undergo surgery for an injured knee after the season. Joining Wade will be ex-Pitt speedster Paul Martha, at flanker, and Jim (CannonbaH) Butler at halfback. Clarence Peaks will round out the backfield at fullback. Nixon plans to shift Gary Ballman to split end and move Clendon Thomas to tight end replacing Lee Folkins. "Our dub has been shot full of holes with injuries and we have to compensate the best way we can," said Nixon. He added he felt the team "has enough left to handle the Redskins." Every Thursday Wife h Flynns Night LOTS OF ENTERTAINMENT Music By The IMPERIAL ORGAN COMBO FLYNN'S Recreation Center 1050 S. Foy*ttt St., BccklÂ«y " Defense Casimir Banaszek, Northwtn E George Patton, Georgia Dick Van Horn, Ohio State Loyd Phillips, Arkansas Jack Shinholser, Fla. St. Ron Goovert, Mich. State Jim Lynch, Notre Dame Ed Weisacosky, Miami Ben Hawkins, Arizona St. Willie Gaskins, Wash State Bruce Bennett, Fla. E T T MG LB LB LB H H S Second Team Offense Charles Casey ,Florida E Tony Jeter, Nebraska E Tom Mack, Michigan T Francis Peay, Missouri T Stan Hindman, Mississippi G Tom Regner, Notre Dame G Pat Killorin, Syracuse G Gary Beban, UCLA QB Floyd Little, Syracuse H Harry Jones, Arkansas FL Ray McDonald, Idaho F Honorable Mention OFFENSE Ends--Gene Washington, Michigan State; Milt Morin, Massachusetts; Kurt Altenberg, UCLA; George Pearce, William and Mary; J. R. Wilburn, South Carolina; Karl Noonan, Iowa; Bob Hadrick, Purdue; Bill Malinchak, Indiana; Bobby Crockett, Arkansas; Chuck Hughes, Texas Western. Tackles--Gale Gillingham, Minnesota; Butch Allison, Missouri. Guards--John Leone, Boston College; John Niland, Iowa; Fred Forsberg, Washington; Ralph Wenzel, San Diego State; Paul Savidge, Princeton, Centers--Harry Dittman, Navy; Bob Hyland, Boston College. Quarterbacks--Steve Spurrier, Florida; Rick Norton, Kentucky; Steve Juday, Michigan State; Bill Anderson, Tulsa; John Hankinson, Minnesota. Backs--Nick Eddy, Notre Dame; Roy Shivers, Utah State; Clint Jones, Michigan State; Brendan McCarthy, Boston College; Tom Barrington, Ohio State; Gene Ryzewicz, Dartmouth; Lenny Snow, Georgia Tech; Steve Bowman, Alabama; Bob Apisa, Michigan State; Garrett Ford, West Virginia. DEFENSE Ends--Bill Matan, Kansas State; Sam Harris, Colorado; Pete Lammons, Texas; Lane Wblbe, Vanderbilt; Creed Gilmer Alabama. Tackles--Dennis Byrd, North Carolina State; John Turner, VMI; Jim Williams, Arkansas; Jerry Shay, Purdue; Diron Talbert, Texas; Bill Yearby, Michigan; Willie Townes, Tulsa; Larry Gagner, Florida; Will Hudgins, New Mexico State. Middle Guards -- John Battle, Georgia Tech. Linebacker -- Tom Fisher, Tennesssee; Dwight Kelley, Ohio State; Billy Cody, Auburn; Beraie Dallas, Massachusetts; Town, send Clark, Army; Jack O'BOlovich, Oregon State. NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE Pursant to the authority Vested, In he undersigned Trustees under that certain deed of trust made that executed by J. H. Bryant and Nora Bryant, his wife, recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Court of Raleigh County, West Virginia in Trust Deed Book 261 at page 131, default having been made in ttie obligation secured by said deed of trust .and the Trustees having been requested to make sale thereunder, the undersigned Trustees wfll on the 7th day of January, 1966 at 2:00 o'clock P.M. at the front door of the Court House in Beckley, Raleigh County, West Virginia, offer for sale and sen to the highest bidder the following hereinafter described Lot 5 of "Toney's Fork Truck Farm Addition", with apourtenances there unto belonging, situate in Clear Fork District, Raleigh County, West Virginia, more completely described as tollows: BEGINNING at a stake at a Waning sycamore on Toney's Fork; thence S. 52' 00' W. 1587 feet to'a stake on the outside boundary line of said Toney's Fork Truck Farm Addition; thence S. 47Â° 37' E. 128 feet to a stake, a common corner to said Lot No. 5 and No. 6; thence N. 55" 30' E. 1644 feet to a stake on the Bank of Toney's Fork; thence with the neanders of said creek In a northwesterly direction 243 feet to the place of beginning, and containing 6.6 acres, more or less. And being the same real estate conveyed to J. H. Bryant and Nora Bryant, his wife, by Homeseekers Land and Building Company, a corporation, by deed dated February 24, 1943, recorded in said Clerk's Office in Deed Book 187, at page 240. Terms of Sale: CASH IN HAND ON DAY OF SALE SUBJECT TO ALL PRIOR SECURED DEBTS. W. H. FILE, JR. DONALD D. HODSON, Trustees l-6-Thur-4-RR Purple Aces Top Small College 5; Ten. ft, LIU Up NEW YORK (UPI) --Tennessee State and Long Islanc University scrambled into the top 10 small college basketball ratings Thursday with impressive victories. The United Press International Board of Coaches made no change in the first four slots with Evansville, Central (Ohio) State, Southern Illinois and North Dakota holding down the top places. Tennessee State (3-0), which won the national championship in 1959, blasted two major college teams--Fordham (8167) and Idaho (104-93)--to win the Knights of Columbus tournament at Portland, Ore., and earn sixth place in the ratings. Long Island U., unrated a week ago, whipped its first five opponents and was voted into 10th place in the rankings. Grambling (6-0) moved up a notch from sixth to fifth, Akron slipped from fifth to seventh and P h i l a d e l p h i a Textile climbed from 10th to eighth. Fresno State dropped from eighth to ninth. The Purple Aces of Evansville have occupied the No. 1 position since December, 1963. This week they received 22 first-place ballots of the 35 possible. Central State drew six, Tennessee State four and Southern Illinois, North Dakota and Abilene Christian one each. * * * * Ratings NEW YORK (UPI) -- The U n i t e d Press International small college basketball ratings with first-place votes and won- lost records through Saturday, Dec. 11, in parentheses: Team --Point 1. Evnsvffle (22) (1-1) 303 2. Cent. St. (6) (4-0) 264 3. Sou. Ml. (1) (3-1) 235 4. No. Dak. (1) (3-1) 154 5. Grambling (6-0) 12 6. Tenn. St. (3-0) 99 7. Akron (3-0) 85 8. PLila, Tex. (3-0) 72 9. Fresno St. (4-1) 68 10. Long Island U. (4-0) 66 Second 10--11, Seattle Pacific 55; 12, Plan American 51; 13, Arkansas State College 42; 14, Abilene Christian (1) 35; 15, Steubenvffle 22; 16 (tie), Kentucky Wesleyan and Assumption 19; 18 (tie), Cheyney State, Carson Newman, Valpa raise, Northern Michigan 13. The Statft Division of Purchases, Capitol Building, Charleston, West Virginia will accept scaled bids until: 1:30 P.M. Dec. 30, 1965 for the sale/or disposal 'of two (2) Brick Buildings,^ one Frame Building and one Water Storage Tank, located on the property of McKendree State Hospital, McKendree, W. Va. nine (9) mi. east of Thurmond, W. Va in Fayette County, No bids will be considered unless submitted or forms prescribed by the Division of Purchases. Bid forms will not be issued after 4 p.m. on day prior to opening. Specifications upon application. Clarence E. Johnson, Director. 12-X3-Thur.2.R|t REUPHOLSTERING XMAS SPECIAL! -- 2 PC. Suitei 49 Gauge 100% Nylon Â§79 to $89 ACE UPHOLSTERY Telephone 253-7841 --13 Yra. Exp. Work Guaranteed-APPLIANCE SERVICE Hotpoint, Maytag, GE, BCA, West- iaghouse . others -- Guaranteed. SPARKS TV APPLIANCE CO. 305 Prince St. HOME and auto radios repaired. Pickup and delivery service. AH work guaranteed. WRIGHT'S RADIO SERVICE. Dial 252-3509. DEATH NOTICES -- AND -Funeral Announcements BALLARD BALLARD, Lilly Merle (Davis): age 49, of Sophia, Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Friday in the Sophia First Baptist Church with the Rev. Dewey Wilson and the Rev. Leslie Garten officiating. The body will be taken to the church one hour prior to the services. Burial will follow In the Sunset Memorial Park. Honorary pallbearers will be Dr. Lewis N. Fox, Dr. R. G Broaddus, Dr. Richard Starr, Dr Walter E. Klingensmith, Dr. Harry F. Cooper, Dallas Rhinehart, Sam Roberts, Perry Haga, and Basil Deck. The ladies of the Sophia Baptist Church win serve as flower bearers. Arrangements By Fred X. Williams Funeral Home at Sophia Florists P O I N S E T T I A S -PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR CHRISTMAS DELIVERY! CHRISTMAS ARRANGEMENTS AND DECORATIONS -- PLANTS DIAS FLORAL "Flowers Telegraphed Anywhere" We Give Top Value Stamps 345 City Ave. Ph. 2534561 -- FREE PARKING -- Repair Service 45. Situation Wanted CfflHUAHUA puppies, canaries, parakeets, hamsters, tropical flsb, upplies for all fish. The Nature hop, 19-21 By Pass, 253-2311. Ph. 252-2552 WIRE fox terrier puppies, PhonÂ« 683-5246. For Refrigerator Service CALL HALSTEAD'S 252-2215 25 YEARS OF KNOW HOW S P A R K S RADIO TV SERVICE Pickup-Delivery -- Guaranteed 305 Prince St. Ph. 252-2532 SEPTIC tank pumping, cleaning, repair. Pat H. Wheeler Plumbing Heating, 253-6519. Refrigerator Repairs Service All Makes of Appliances Washers, Dryers Hanges JOHN W. EYE GO. 805 W. Nevffle St Ph. 253-4542 Christmas Special! TAINLESS steel aquarium, gravel, pump, filter, glass wool', charcoal, ood, tubing, and full length reflec- or, 5 gal. .size, $ 10,98; 10 gal. size, 15.98; 15 gal. size, $22,98; fancy amsters, $1.50 each or $2.50 pair. The Nature Shop, -19-21 By Pass 53-2311. TELEVISION REPAIRS JOHN W. EYE CO. 805 W. NeviHe St. Ph. 253^542 TV, RADIO REPAIR SERVICE Expert, fast, guaranteed service at reasonable cost. Also antenna installation and repair. Dial 253-4213. Ashworth Firestone Special Notices Water Well Drilling WELLS DRILLED IN 1 DAY! EXCLUSIVE ROTARY DRILL Wffley Brothers, Hinton, W. Va. Pa 1237 or write Box 931, Hinton CHECK OUR PRICES FIRST! WELL DRILLING WATER AND INDUSTRIAL R. M. Simmons, Jr. Phone Glen Daniel, W. Va. 934-5595, 33 Wanted to Bay DOUBLE YOUR MONEY Will pay S2 for most silver dollars in fine condition. See Jack Roop at Lewis Chevrolet, 253-8321. HIGHEST prices paid for used spinet and studio pianos. Jan Campbell Music Co. Dial 252-6391. 37 "Personal" 100,000 FREE SSH STAMPS To Be Given Away! SUNDAY NIGHT, DEC. 19th, 9 P.M. Register Everyday---No Obligation 12 BIG WINNERS GRAND PRIZE 25,000 STAMPS JOHNNY DOLLAR SUPER MARKET 19-21 BY-PASS BECKLEY OPPOSITE CITY PARK WILL John Milam, of 316 Ewart Avenue, or anyone knowing his present address, please can 2533321 extension 70, before 5 p .m. WE butcher hogs cattle, cut up Â·* wrap, licensed, 853-5578. WILL Kenneth Meadows, of Shady Spring, please call 253-3321 extension 70, before 5 p.m. WILL DONNA Miller, of Pineville, W. Va. please call 253-3321 ex tension 70, or Mullens 362 before 5 p.m. WILL Mrs. William Brown, formerly of 2181/z Woodlawn Avenue please call 253-3321, extension 70, before 5 p.m. HAVE you a new neighbor from oui of town? Call the City Hostess and help make them welcome to Beckley. Dial 253-6551, Floor Sanding WILL John DePrlest, formerly of 1124 So. Fayette Street, or anyone mowing his whereabouts please call 253-3321 ext. 70, before 5 p.m. NEW floor sander and edger for rent, Todd's Grocery and Hardware, Beaver. Dial 253-8373. 6 Lost, Found, Strayed WILL the manager of Service Station Leasing Service, Box 202, Sprague, W. Va., please call 2533321. extension 70 before 5 p.m. LOST in Gray Flats, black, tan and white beagle, answers to "Duchess." $5 Reward. Call Robert Bennett, 253-6896. WILL Herbert Boyce, formerly of Mabscott, or anyone knowing his whereabouts please call 253-3321, ext. 70. before 5 p.m. LOST, section Edgewood Drive and Cross Street, pomeranian dog, 16 months old baby's pet, 253-5447. LOST near City Parking Lot, Friday, rhinestone drop ear ring, sentimental value, call 253-3321 extension r O, before 5 p.nx or just 253-3321 after 5. WILL Henry Burrell. of 419 Rural Acres Drive, please call 253-3321, extension 70, before 5 p.m. LOST in Sophia, BROW white cat with one green eye and one blue eye. W. M. Daniels, Glen Daniel 934-7625. $25 REWARD FOR information leading to conviction of person or persons stealing newspapers from roadside tube or bundles of newspapers. Please give information to Robert L. Amicfc, Beckley Newspapers. Phone 253-3321. WAITRESS wanted, 18 or older with or without experience, room and board furnished. Apply in person. The Wheel, Daniels, Rt. 19-21, 5 miles south of Beckley, 252-4018. WANTED, babysitter for 4 children, light housework, in Charleston wfll pay $30 week. Gall 253-3214 after 5 p. m. LADY wanted to live-in, do housework, 253-4029. 8 Shooting Matches SHOOTING MATCH Friday 7 p. m., Sat, 2 p. m. 12 David McKinney's Harper Road IF YOU LIKE PEOPLE ENJOY making friends, and wan' to earn money, contact your Avon Manager, Faye P. Miller, 210 Bostick Avenue, or call 253-630S. 9 Wallpapering and Painting EQUIPPED for commercial residential painting. Insured. Can Sam G. Foley, 253-6255 and Lowell Foley, 102 Porter Street, 252-6000. 12 Beauty Suggestions Holiday Specials! Reg. $7.50 Â£r plf) Permanent .........H vJ.UU Reg. $15 Permanent Free Parking -- No Steps to Climb Your Beauty Shop 345 City Ave. Ph. 253-5443 .$7.50 ANNOUNCING OPENING OP Beckley Institute Of Hair Design 100 SOUTH HEBER, Beckley, on or about January 20, 1966. For information or enrollment write, phona or visit the affiliate, Charlesto" Beauty Academy, 711% Fife Street, Charleston, W. Va., 346-9603 or 3439604. It's -BEAUTY TIME SPECIALS ON PEEMANENTS! CREAM WAVE $6.50 Body Wave $8.50 Prescription wave from -- $12.5* Other Waves $7.50 to $75.00 201 Woodlawn Ave. Behind Grant'* Evening Appointments Ph. 253-5975 18 Educational Instructions The Printing Industry Offers Opportunity WITH FUTURE FOR w*ll-tralned Linotype and In- tertype operators, Letterpress, Pressmen, Offset Cameramen, Offset Platemakers, and Offset Press* men. The Southern Institute of Graphic Arts, the South'! oldest and largest printing school, owned .and operated on a non-profit basis by the printing industry, has complete courses in all these fields. Special short courses include: Teletype Perforator operation, Line- casting Machine Maintenance and Cold Type Composition. For corn plett Information write: SOUTHERN INSTITUTE OF GRAPHIC ARTS P. O. BOX 1197 Operator's License Revoked Auto Insurance Cancelled OR REJECTED? RALEIGH INSURANCE AGENCY Box 1679, Beckley Ph. 253-7366 WILL Jimmy Mullins, formerly of 435 Vance Drive, or any one knowing his whereabouts, please call 253-3321 extension 70 before 5 p.m. WILL J. C. Adkins, of Box 444 Beaver, W. Va. please call 2533321 extension 70, before 5 p.m. 41 Female Help Wanted DISHWASHER WANTED APPLY IN PERSON TOWN COUNTRY DRIVE INN CURB girl wanted. Apply in per son, Amy's Drive Inn. Position Available January 1st for Secretary To President of large local established corporation. Write Box A-998, care Beckley Newspapers Corp., stating qualifications including age, experience, photograph, references, etc. Many company benefits. 42 Male Help Wanted WANT route salesman for local route, good opportunity. Applj Royal Crown Bottling Company, 106 Pershlng Street, Beckley. MARRIED MAN WITH CAR Phone 252-1224 43 Male or Female Help Wanted HELP WANTED: Mature, unencum . .bered couples and women, ages 3 to 60, as houseparentt la a private school for socially maladjusted ooys NO smoking- or drinking. Hirli school education or equivalent Ex cellent salary pins maintenance an pleasant working conditions. Refer ences required. Write to Starr Com monwealth, Dei*. T, Albion, Mich 45 Situations Wanted MOVING HOUSES HOUSE raising, block laying, con crete floors. Free Estimates, R. TL Stinson. Myers Ave., 252-3257. .Raising Houses MOVING, block laying, concret work, repair jobs, free estimates 0. H, Bennett, I. Beckley, 2M-TOM. WILL babysit In my nome. 253-2520. restyled, boas, Jackets, etc., also cleaned. 282-5059. 1 Birds and Pet Animals ONY, beautiful pinto, 42" Ufa, $100. Call 253-8463. . K.J3BIT dogs for sale or trade, _E ^erson Stover, Artie. OUR choice bassett hounds, eight months old, two males, $50 each; ne male, $25; one female, $25. hone after 5 p. m. Oceana 682303. Laurel Mountain PET SHOP ETS and all pet supplies! For better quality, buy your pets and upplies at your nearest pet shop. xcated by Roberts Motel. Oceana. SANTA SUGGESTS -Miniature Shetland PONIES! I Year Old -- Assorted Colors Christmas Special Each $15.00 Deposit will hold The Pony Of Your Choice Until Christmas Eve! MAIL COUPON BELOW Name ... Address . Enclosed GradyWhitlock Ford Beckley, W. Va. Ph. 252-5384 il-A Wanted--Homes for Pets VANT to find good home for * kittens, will deliver, 253-8044. 52 livestock For Sale 3EEF AND PORK CUTTING, CURING, WRAPPING. CALL 253-8361. VE now slaughter beef and pork! KHl, cut, cure. Meat for your deep freeze now available! Get-our prices before you buy! TONY'S Super Market, Skelton, W. Va., 253-6725 or 253-2656. . 56 Service BERKSHIRE male for service at Crab Orchard. Phone 253-7419. _ 57 Riding Horses A HORSE FOK XMAS MAKES a gift for the entire family. Call 253-4174 for details. We must have your order within 2 weeks In order to find that "Just Right" horse. Will board 'til Xmas. Blue Circle Ranch, Bradley, W. Va. PEN MOUNTAIN RANCH will remain open for horseback riding all winter. We will have sleigh rides when the snow falls. Turn right at Â·taleigh County Airport entrance. Fruits For Sale APPLES for sale, Joe Hunt's, Piney View. 69 Miscellaneous For Sale SOUP'S on, the rug that is, so clean the spot with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer ?1. Ben 'ranklin Store, Sophia. 'OR better cleaning, to keep colors gleaming, use Blue Lustre carpet cleaner. Rent electric shampooer ?1. Brannon Britt Hdw., Whitesville, W. Va. GOOD reconditioned coal cook stoves, $35 up; also good used urniture at low prices. GODDARD'S USED FURNITURE, Sullivan, W. Va. USED 21" TV's, first-class shapa guaranteed. Phone 253-7192 after p. m. PET squirrels, large cage, $100; large TV, 683-4731. 'OAM RUBBER and poly foam for every cushioning purpose. Cut to any size or any thickness. Foam rubber mattresses, bed pads, camper mattresses, pillows (all sizes), shredded foam, station wagon mats, lousehold sponges, etc. Also ifl stock unfinished vanity benches, jar stools, cljaijs, rockers, etc. at bargain prices. PACK'S Super Market, 1060 S. Fayette, 253-6876. TREAT rugs right, they'll be a delight If cleaned with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1. Hafl Turn. CITIZEN Band portable transceiver, 1 watt, Xmas gift. 252-1400. CAMCO concert snare drum, pin* sparkle, 8 lugs, $55, 252-2375. 'ROM wall to wall, no soil at all. on carpets cleaned with Blue _,ustre. Rent electric shampooe* $1. G. C. Murphy Co. II PER day rental for Electric Carpet Shampooer with purchase of Blue Lustre. Mary Carter Paints. NEW USED STORE EQUIPMENT, J. V. HUJUIJLJ5 f BOX 1776, BECKLEY, CALL 253-3465. CHEVROLET truck, meat cooler, living room suite, all in A-l condition, 253-8094. . 18 CU. ft. chest type freezer, A-l condition, 252-2215. Â·IONEER CHAIN SAWS, new 12 Ib. Wildcat 1. Budget terms. RURAL IQUIPMENT Co. 19-21 By Pass, 253-3500. idAHOGANY acrosonic piano, excellent condition, $450. Call 252-3770 after 5 p. m. LIONEL trains, excellent condition, including complete layout .of accessories, worth over $2,000, want $400, 253-3181. USED 8* meat display case, good condition, looks good, 252*2215. WURLTTZER piano, $125. Lacy Stover, Mt Hope 877-2051. USED Electrolux Vacuum Cleaner complete with attachments, paint sp?ay and cordwinder. Looks and cleans like new. Pay off balance of 6 payments at $9.50 monthly. Phone 252-6198. New Living Room Suites -- Bargains Wilson's New and Used Furniture 1719 S. Kanawha Phone 252-4412 LEAVING state, electric stove, Simmons hide-a-bed, tablet, . chairs, desks, records, odds and ends, 3823100. CHORD organ, Imperial concert, made by Excelsior, semi-portable, excellent condition, $00, 2S34MO alter 5 p.m. SEWING Machine in lovely walnut console, used but like new. Equipped to zig-zag, button-hole, monogram, blind hem, etc. Guaranteed to party assuming 8 payments of $5.80 monthly. Phone 232-6UB. FOR your made to order rubber stamps call 1824*13. SEPTIC tank pumping, cleaning, ft repair. Pat H. Wheeler Phnrtffti * Heating, 2514511.
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