Thor Heyerdahl sailed his papyrus boat Ra II from Africa to Barbados in the West Indies in an attempt to prove that Mediterranean peoples might have migrated to South America long before Columbus discovered the "New World." The cable leading from the stern of the boat was attached to a buoy designed to help any crew members who fell overboard. * * * * * * Tfie Ra Expeditions' Fantastic Adventure By ROBERT COCHNAR NEW YORK (NEA) - Let 'it never be said that Thor .Heyerdahl lacks a sense of : drama. : He did, after all, build his -first papyrus boat in the shadow of the pyramids and have it dragged by 500 Egyptian athletes to the water for -transport to Morocco, which was, strictly speaking, hardly inecessary. " He did choose a crew from Â· seven different nations (only ^Â·Norway and Sweden were "represented on Kon-Tiki). He did decide to test the seaworthiness of a papyrus boat by crossing the Atlantic Ocean in it (something a "true" academic wouldn't dream of doing). Theories, after all, are put to the test in laboratories. -: Despite the accusations of "show business science" (some ;even say he timed his 1969 Â·landing on Barbados to coincide with the day Neil Armstrong Stepped onto the moon), ; Heyerdahl determinedly goes r about his business and to hell with the academics. The first Ra voyage ended abruptly several hundred miles cast of Barbados, but the Norwegian explorer has a way of making a near disaster sound -like a scientific triumph. His point, that a papyrus boat could V f have floated from Africa to . America, given proper conditions and a skilled crew, was made, or so Heyerdahl said at the time. Besides, it was a Â· great adventure. Okay, point made. Then, ^inevitably, one must ask: Why .did he decide to repeat the trip the following year? It wasn't ^because he had several extra tons of papyrus which would otherwise have gone to waste, 'or because he had his crew 'on a two-year contract. It's my guess that Heyerdahl did it again because he knew that he didn't make it the first time. And Thor Heyerdahl is stubborn and single-minded to a fault. In 1969, and the following year, I followed his adventure every league of the way since a division of Newspaper Enterprise Association distributed his writings in North America. So when the rest of the world was watching Neil Armstrong on the moon, I was greeting Heyerdahl in Barbados. In fact, I may have been the cause of a temporary loss of Heyerdahl's legendary cool. As I was leaving Bridgetown a few days earlier than he was, he asked me to bring to New York several thousand feet of exposed expedition film. And the film, inexplicably, was lost for a week at JFK airport. The explorer was crushed. Not only did he not succeed in his mission but the film which would have made a motion picture (and pay for the voyage) was seemingly lost. Only when the film was found could he relax and perhaps even enjoy the "In the Hall of the Mountain King" his wife and I hummed at a picnic. Well, HeyerdahTs account of the voyages, "The Ra Expeditions" (Doubleday), has been published and is a smashing adventure story, as everybody expected it would be. It is bound to pay for the two Ra voyages and even a few more, if that is Heyerdahl's intention. Heyerdahl combines a n unlikely romanticism w i t h practical ability to accomplish whatever he wants to accomplish. No Walter Mitty dreamer could arrange for several thousand tons of papyrus to be shipped from central Africa to Egypt, put Black Cowboys? Though/ They Were All Whife' NEW YORK (UPI)--Youngsters in Harlem were wide-eyed at a parade of mounted cowboys and cowgirls Saturday. It was the first time most of them had ever seen a black cowboy. "I thought they were all white," said one boy. "On TV they're all white, never black." The American Black Cowboy Association sponsored a parade through Harlem and an evening rodeo Saturday to show ghetto- bred youngsters that there are black cowboys performing in rodeos around the country. Bud Bramwell, 34, a cowboy from Stamford, Conn, who founded the Black Cowboy Association, said the purpose of the parade and rodeo was to show black children that not all cowboys are white. "It wasn't until I came back East that I realized how much American history books have cheated our black youngsters," he said. "What American child, black or white, knows that hundreds of black cowboys, settlers and explorers helped to write the legends of the American West?" THOR HEYERDAHL * * * * together a seven-man crew, import boat builders from Chad (the first time) and Peru (the second time) and allow very little to chance, although even he could not tame the Atlantic. Yet his book is not a nuts-and- bolts account of the proceedings. It is a lyrical hymn to understanding, brotherhood and the beauty and mystery of the sea. This is what a hard-headed Norwegian scientist can write: "The shining celestial sphere seemed to be enticing our own swan-necked Ra westward Such eternal m o v e m e n t s westward must have offered immense enticement to genuine sunworshhippers. Resplendent lancets which no royal crown could match radiated like a diadem from the sea's edge into the sky. A tropical sea's attempt to emulate the northern lights: first in dazzling gold, then red as blood, orange, green and violet, turning gradually to black, while twinkling stars emerged equally slowly from their invisibility as the disappeared." Heyerdahl's theories o f transatlantic migration are interesting enough, but his real feat is one of human engineering: This man was able to find seven men from as many nations with no language in common, and no real talents in seamanship (with one exception), mix them together and make it all work. Twice. Berlin Wall Guards Tftworf Escape Affempfs During folks BERLIN (UPI) -Communist East German border police fired six shots at a man who tried to escape across the Berlin Wall into West'Berlin early today, police reported. Police said the would-be refugee appeared to escape injury, but the border guards captured him. The incident took place around 2:00 a.m. The shooting was the second at the Berlin Wall within 25 hours and marred the atmosphere of hope created by Friday's signing of the first phase of the four-power agreement on Berlin. At 1:20 p.m. Sunday, East German police shot a man aged about 20 in the right leg as he tried to flee across the wall. The Ulrich Mueller to discuss arrangements for West Berliners to visit East Berlin under the same conditions as those applying to West Germans They also planned to discuss improved telephone links between the two parts of the divided city and improved arrangements for West Berlin enclaves cut off from the main sectors of the city In Bonn Michael Kohl, state secretary in the East German Foreign 'Ministry, flew in at the head of a five-man delegation and met with a team led by West German State Secretary Egon Bahr. Both sets of talks have been under way for some time. But this was the first occasion they met under the specific mandate offered by the Berlin accord. DEATH NOTICES -- AND -Funeral Arrangements TRENT TRENT, Mamie E.: age 70, of 114 Hodge Street. Beckley. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Mabscott United Methodist Church.. Burial will follow in the Sunset Memorial Park. Arrangements by Melton Mortuary Florists For Your Shining Hour Let Us Help You Plan The PERFECT WEDDING Flowers, Church Decorations, Silverware, Punch Bowls, . Plates, Candelabra, Champagne Glasses, Cake--Every Detail! DIAL 253-7371 Florists Snow Thornton Member of F. T. D. 319 Prince St. Beckley Cemeteries FOUR choice cemetery plots for sale Hilicrest Memorial Gardens, Matheny, W. Va., $125 each, 425-4009 evenings. Lost, Found, Strayed FOUND Bluetick hound, owner may claim by identifying and paying West Berlin and the city government. In West Berlin and in Bonn, representatives of the East and West German governments and the West Berlin City Council met in separate talks to hammer out details of the Berlin agreement. In West Berlin, East German State Secretary Guenther Kohrt met West Berlin Senate Leader 8 Shooting Matches RESPONSIBILITY NEW YORK (UPI) -Making | student responsibility and self- discipline a part of the; educational process can increase the operating capacities of school facilities while raising the morale and productivity of teachers and students, Educational Facilities tories (EFL). SHOOTING MATCH SEPTEMBER 4 6. 1 P.M. NEAR AFFINITY UNION HALL SHOOTING MATCH SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6TH Behind Rigrht Way Market East Pincville, W. Va. Wallpapering and Painting 9 Wallpapering and Painting Kaicigh KegistcivBcckley, W. Va., Monday Afternoon, Sept. 6, 1971--11 WALL-TEX and wall papering, paneling, small remodeling, drop ceilings of all types, professional work, free estimates. Phone 4694426. EQUIPPED for commercial and residential painting. Good work Is our success. Insured. E. Lowell Foley, 23244HM Sam G. Foley. 18 Educational Instructions SEMI DRIVER TRAINING WE are currently offering tractor trailer training through the facilities of the following truck lines. Truck Line Distribution Systems, Inc. Express Parcel Deliveries, Inc. Skyline Deliveries, Inc. For application and interview, call 304-344-8843. or write School Safety Division, United Systems, Inc., c-o Terminal Bldg., 5517 Midland Drive, Charleston. West Virginia, 25306. REGISTRATION NOW GOING ON AT BECKLEY EXPERIENCED surveymen, instrument men and rod men. Apply in person, Gates Engineering Co., 201 North Kanawha St. Equal opportunity employer. Day Night School PHONE 253-7351 TRAIN TO BE A HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR Learn to operate Bulldozers, Draglines, Cranes, Scrapers, Loaders, Trenchers, etc., at our modern facility, Miami, Fla. A high-paid career career isopen to ambitious men. Universal Heavy Construction Schools Home Office - Miami, Fla. For Information Write To: U.H.C.S. Dept. No. 259 101 S. Whiting St., Suite 202 Land Mark Tower Bldg- Alexandria, Va. 22304 Phone: (703) 370-5977 Please Print Name Â· Â· Address City State Zip Phone Age APPROVED FOR VETERANS 20 Professional Directory WHO else has keys to your home or business? Change keys, not locks. Safes need service, too? Call Andy'sJLocksmith. 253-5354. 22 Repair Service SEWING MACHINES WE repair all makes and models, parts available. This week service calls only $3.49, reg. $9.95. Martin's Sewing Center, Beaver, W. Va., 352-7953. FOR complete appliance repair service contact Electric Appliance Repair Shop, Box 4, Cool Ridge. POWER tools, small home appliances. 206 Joseph St., 253-1592. FURNITURE REPAIR REFINISfflNG Furniture Restored Like New COLE CABINET SHOP Phone 253-6962 HOTPOINTANDGE Appliance Repair Service Factory Trained Servicemen Quick, Efficient and Reasonable Sparks TV Appliance 305 Prince St. Ph. 252-6523 WRIGHT'S RADIO TV SERVICE Pickup and Delivery Crab Orchard, W. Va. 252-3509 For Refrigeration Service CALL HALSTEAD'S 252-2215 LOST your keys? Need keys changed? Don't buy new locks. CaU Andy's Locksmith Service, 253 5354. 27 Watch Repairing TIMEX WATCHES WE MAKE 'EM TICK AGAIN! ERIC'S JEWELRY 308 Neville St. Ph. 253-4352 28 Special Notices Water Well Drilling R. M. SIMMONS Ghent, W. Va. Ph. 787-5744 RALEIGH miracle water refiner sales and service, iron free water guaranteed. Phone 787-3606. sun-king j C Shumate Drilling WATER AND INDUSTRIAL 583-5012; after 5:30 p.m. 683-9886. Box 446. Coal City. W. Va. 33 Wanted to Boy WANT to buy good used Volkswagen engine, 253-7465 WANT to buy fresh corn and green beans. CaU 252-6314. WANTED to buy meat tenderizer. CaroUna Super Market. 252-6314. NEEDED AT ONCE! Will pay good price for two quarter panels, right and left, new or used (no rust) for 1959 Ford Thunderbird. Dial 253-3321, Ext. 76, before 5 p.m. HIGHEST prices paid for used spinet and studio pianos. Jan Campbell Music Co. Dial 252-6391. 37 "Personal" Wanted For Reference BECKLEY Newspapers Corp. Library lacks 10 volumes to complete a full set of the West Virginia Blue Book. Before 1935 the Blue Book was known as "West Virginia Legislative Handbook and Manuel and Official Register." If you have any of these for the years 1916 (two volumes were published the first year;) for 1918, 1820, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1P25. or 1927. please call the librarian. 253-3321. Ext 73. GET A QUALITY BUY at Â» fair price. Shop the Want Ads. HAVE you a new neighbor from out of town? Call the City Hostess and help make the welcome to Beckley. Dial 252-6503. GIVE YOUR BUDGET A BREAK. . . ahop the Want Ads for food buyi. 38 Music Instruction PIANO lessons, by qualified and experienced teacher, studio in home, near downtown Beckley. Call 253-0796. 41 Female Help Wanted GENERAL kitchen help for night shift at Xing Tut Drive In. Must be over 18. neat and able to obtain health card. Meals furnished. Apply in person after 5 p.m. WANT experienced waitress. Apply in c o c k t a i l person the Arabian Hut, between 5 p.m. and 1 a.m. CASH IN NOW -- on seasonal de mand for gifts of quality -guaranteed toiletries and cosmetics by Vanda Beauty Counselor. Call 252-7294 after 5 p.m. WANTED settled lady to live in, light housework, 253-4693. WAITRESS wanted. Apply in person Tip Top Restaurant. Beauticians Wanted GOOD working conditions, weekly salary guarantee. If you are not now receivine substantial guarantee 41 Female Heln Wanted 51 Birds and Pet Animals TELEPHONE solicitors, full and part time, $1.40 per hour; also, ladies to train as managers, salary plus other company benefits. Apply in person Thursday and Friday, September 0 and 10, at Olan Mills Studio, 211 McCreery Street, Beckley, W. Va. FREE APARTMENT, furnished, with utilities, PLUS SALARY to woman or couple in exchange for Ught domestic assistance. Reply P.O. Box 131, Alderson, W. Va. MUST SEE! GERMAN short haired pointer F D S B puppies, liver and white. Dial 252-6955 after 5 p.m. WANTED reliable women to demonstrate Luzier cosmetics and wigs, a Bristol-Myers subsidiary. Call Mrs. Pack, 253-5320 or Oak Hill, Mrs. Burnette, 469-4601. WANT to find good homes for mother cat and 5 beautiful kittens, 253-5934. Sears oil heating system, 253-8017. DEMONSTRATE Luzier cosmetics and wigs, no door to door, no territory restrictions. 253-6564 or 2525187 or 934-7502. 42 Male Help Wanted ACCEPTING applications for full time employment. Apply in person Jarollna Super Market, Sophia, W. Va. 52 Livestock For Sale WANT experienced bartender. Apply in person the Arabian Hut, between 5 p.m. and 1 a.m. WANT experienced mechanic, wonderful opportunity for right man. See Mr. White at Arnold Dodge, Valley Drive. TONY'S PACKING PLANT near Skelton Tipple. W* slaughter and tut beef and pork. See us for freezer meat. Open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Phone 253-2656 or 253-6771. LABOR help wanted, Grandview Country Club, Inc. Dial 253-5942. WANTED foreman and experienced electricians, experienced only need apply. Call 934-7505 between 9:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. GET A QUALITY BUY at a fair price. Shop the Want Ads. WANTED MOTOR ROUTE CARRIERS Must have good serviceable vehicle APPLY IN PERSON Circulation Dept. Beckley Newspapers EARN MORE MONEY CONTACT work for National firm opening new accounts this area. Top earnings, write Manager, Box 18431, Tampa, Fla. NEW car dealer needs service manager. Would prefer someone now employed. All replies strictly confidential. Write Box A-215, care Beckley Newspapers Corp. DRYWALL BANGER WANTED. DIAL 252-3624. WANT man with electrical experience, must be able to read a schematic diagram. Apply in person K K Music, 249 North Eisenhower Drive, Beckley, W. Va. WANTED DESIGNER experienced In the designing and detailing of structures, material handling, frames, bins, tanks, etc. Charleston area location. Coal plant experience desirable but not essential. Send employment record, salary expected, availability, education, age, dependents, etc. Reply Stonewall Station, Box 6009, Charleston, W. Va. 25302. READ THIS ONE THIS is not a fancy ad, we simply need 2 hard workers who are looking for full time employment. Apply 501 Temple St.. Beckley. LARGE church beU, reasonable; 2 farm bells; shower stalls; bath tubs; all kinds washer parts; large pump with motor. J. L. Mills Sophia, 683-4751. 43 Male or Female Help Wanted JOB SECURITY. CASH BONUS FOR VETERANS. Reenlist in the Army within 90 days and get ex- ceUent bonus. New higher pay scales. All prior service counts toward longevity pay and pension. Choice of assignments, 252-5307. WANTED AT ONCE RALEIGH REGISTER St BECKLEY POST-HERALD AREA CORRESPONDENTS For The Following Area*: Â·Cass *White Sulphur Springs *WUUamsburg *Richwood *Nettie Â·Princeton *Ansted *Montgomery Â·Gauley Bridge 'Lookout *Pinevflle Â·FayettevUle and *Valley Head. --MUST BE ABLE TO TYPEWRITE DIANE HOPKINS Beckley Post-Herald Beckley, W. Va. 44 Salesmen and Agents SALESMAN wanted by Cincinnati Firm, must travel state of West Virginia, high commission. Write to Mr. Symmonds, P. 0. Box 39154, Cincinnati. Ohio 45239. 45 Situations Wanted DANIEL DANIEL HOME repairs, remodeling, ceiling floor tile, paneling, interior -exterior painting. Free estimates. 253-1731 after 3 p.m. HOME repairs, remodeling, ceiUng floor tile, paneling, interior -exterior painting. Tree estimates, 253-1731 after 3 p.m. FLOOR SANDING, painting, complete remodeling, 253-6412. MOBILE home skirting, gutters, awnings, carports, marquees, 2532258. GILBERT Stinson House Movers, Inc. CaU for estimate. 425-1730. ROOFING, carpentry, guttering, remodeling, building. C a l l Shelterbest Roofing Co., 877-6115. BACKHOE, end loader and dump trucks for hire. CaU 253-7788. Roofing and Siding FREE ESTIMATES PHONE 253-4901 Carpentry Builder ALTERATION repairs, improvements, roofing, siding. --Free Estimates-BENNIE CARTE PH. 877-3291 Termites-Roaches-Ants ? ALLIED EXTERMINATING CO., INC. LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES FREE INSPECTION --All Work Guaranteed-Service Available Through RHODES SUPPLY CO., BECKLEY Phone 252-8501 or caU coUect Oak HiU 469-9341 John's Handy Man Service PLUMBING, painting, smaU repairs, 252-8082. Remodeling Needs? ROOFING, patios, room additions. paneling, ceiling tile, kitchens, concrete, any type remodeling. Call J F Builders. 252-3664 or 253-6388. WILL do babysitting in my home. Call 2r3-?070. LANE ELECTRIC CO. EXPERT ELECTRICAL, plumbing and heating specialist, anywhere, anytime. Forced air furnace, sales, service and installation. Call us now for a free estimate on our pre-season heating rates. All work guaranteed and to your satisfaction. Phone 2529375. 51 BIrffs and Pet Animals SMALL white miniature male poo- _dle. S50. Call 253-7005. j PUREBRED Norwegian elk hound! pups. Call 252-2311. BEAUTIFUL TOY PUPPIES *POMS *CHIS *P OODLES... SCOTT'S TOY KENNELS, 253-9112. PhotosUUc Copy Service GENE CHURCH CRAB ORCHARD Ph. 2W-5Z82 51-A Wanted--Homes for Pets WANT to find good homes for C cute kittens, 6 weeks old, 253-8064. WANT to find good home for male tiger cat, 8 months old and female caUco cat, 8 months old, 877-2787. WANT to find good homes for 3 kittens, 6 weeks old. CaU 252-1608. WANT to find good home for gold and black mother cat and kitten resembling mother, dial 252-2543. WANT to find good homes for 3 little kittens, t weeks old. 252-1477. TWO mUk cows 5 and 7 years old. Phone 787-5542. BEEF, pork slaughtered, cut. wrapped jr. Giompalo, 253-5578. 56 Service AKC registered colUe for stud service. CaU 294-5240. 57 Riding Horses BEAUTIFUL EngUsh type riding mare; big horn western -saddle never used, 253-0351 after 5 p.m. THREE year old American bred saddle horse. 683-4263. 60 Machinery and Tools FOR sale or trade, 275 Michigan loader, 5 yard bucket. CaU 8723588. Fruits For Sale RADFORD'S MARKET RED and, golden deUcious apples, high grade, orchard run, $1.75 per y z bu.; melons, 25 cents to 95 cents ea., buy 2, get 1 at % price; golden ripe bananas, 10 cents lb.; tomatoes, red and yellow, 15 cents and 25 cents lb.; pure lard, 19 cents lb, 6 Ibs. for 97 cents; fresh eggs, 50 cents doz., 2 doz. for 97 cents; lettuce, 23 cents head; other fresh produce. DANIELS,-W. Va. 67 Boats SEASON end sacrifice -- 20 ft boat, 150 h.p., i;c. drive, $2,400 469-9403. 14 FT. fiberglass runabout 30 HP Johnson, tilt trailer, ski equipment, $4S5, 253-1081. GENUINE leather billfolds, $2.50. CaU 253-3233. 12 FT. aluminum flat bottom boat. CaU Obugene Trash Garbage, 252-6701. 69 Misceuaneotis For Sale CLASSIFIED DISPLAY LADIES' suits, skirts and sweaters and dresses, size 10 and 11!. All in perfect condition. DM 253-5356. FLUTE and cornet, food condition. Phone 469-9403. WASHER, dryer, stove, 2 bedroom suites, breakfast set, 252-8240. DEEP freeze; special butchering hogs. Edward Terry, 252-8010. 97 MODEL 12 gauge Winchester shotgun, $100, or trade for straight coon dog and pay difference, 6834994. GARAGE SALE '3PTEMBER 4th and 6th, from 12 to 6 p.m., 321 Canterbury Drive. ANTIQUE miners safety lamp collection for sale. 683-S338. ELECTRONIC test equipment for sale. CaU 645-2371 or 645-2710. NORGE refrigerator, good condition, for sale real cheap, 683-5812. RIDING lawn mower, 8 h.p., snow blade and chains, electric start, $375; utility trailer, i/ 4 inch sheet steel bed, nice, $75. Dial 253-7914 after 5 p.m. GAS range, good condition, $25, dial 252-2746. COPPERTONE gas range. Call 2524254 or 252-2590. MONTGOMERY Ward 24 in, forced air furnace, changing to Sears gas furnace. L. W. Davis, turn by Prosperity Speedway, white block house on right. LIKE new 24 in. forced air coal furnace, 4 years old, reason for selling changing to Sears gas furnace, 253-0680. OIL space heater, 275 gal tank, 125 gal. oil, 683-4912. FOUR trailer axles, 8 trailer wheels, 2 hitches, all new, 4388423. 24 INCH Schwinn bicycle, 10 speed. $35, 252-5892 between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. FORCED air American Standard coal furnace, 24 in., changing to Searg oil heating system, 253-8017. CRAFTSMAN commercial polisher; 5 piece chrome breakfast set, 2524291. PORTABLE and treadle sewing machines; pair box springs, 2537461. GROUP GARAGE SALE SEPTEMBER 3, 4 and 6, 107 Beckley Avenue, household, clothing and miscellaneous. PORCH SALE 199 Main St., Hinton, w. Va. Old Hinton Feed Store Bldg. SAT., SUN. AND MON. STARTING AT 9 A. M. LOTS of antiques, used furniture, old bowl and pitcher sets, new items grandfather clock, lots of glassware, china cabinets, old washstands, over 1,000 items at wholesale prices. PLATFOKM ROCKERS From F M FURNITURE FASTEST GROWING FURNITURE STORE IN SOUTHERN W. VA. LOCATED IN LARGE BRICK BUILDING AT TOP OF HILL AT CALLOWAY HIS. Ph. 293-2294 BUYERS AHB ALWAYS LOOKING FOR good buyi. Advertise in the Want Adi. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Mlsri'llaneotw For Salt STEVENS 30*30 deer rifle; 20 tÂ«uf* Weaternfield shotgun. JtSa-lM*. TWO pf.ir lined drftptritt for tale. 144 fry 84 Inchci *nd M x M Inches, used 1 year, 2S3Â»787B. BRYANT gravity (Â·Â· furnace, basement type. 140,000 BTU. Can be seen ot 311 Clyde St.. Beckley. GARAGE SALE Sat., Sept. 4 and Zvlon, Sept. 6, from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Very nice ladles' and girl's clothing, size 7 to 12, men's clothing, boy's and girl'a white band shoes, household Items, camping equipment. 824 Johnstown Road. CRANE hot water furnace, will heat up to 8 rooms, can te coal fired or gas, 252-1600., _ TREAT rugs right, they'll be Â· delight if cleaned with Blut Lustre. Rent electric soampooer $1, Totter Hardware. USED furniture for i*le. 221 Glenn Avenue, 253-1034 after 8:30 p.m. HEAVY duty utility trailer. Army type. CaU 877-3089. 357 MAGNUM 2 in. snub nose colt pistol; 22 Marlin rifle with scope. CaU 253-8224. NICE 1958 Massey Ferguson tractor, Series SO, live power, plow* and disc, $2,000; 1947 Ford truck, ton stake, 877-2061. JESUS Christ Super Star, thÂ« Roadrunner, Happy Face, Peace signs, other Iron on transfers, fl each. Best Furniture. 309 S. Fayette, 253-8441. Open Wednesdays. VACUUM cleaner complete with attachments, cordwinder and paint spray, used but in like new- condition. Pay $34.45 cash or budget plan available. Phone 253-6712. NEW and used farm machinery; 1969 Yamaha. 253-8617. ANNOUNCEMENT! We expertly repair all makes and model* sewing machines. This week, clean thread handling mechanism, oil" and lubricate your machine, reg. $6.75. now only $3.49. Parts extra. Call 252-5811. NEW 1971 ZIG-ZAG SEWING MACHINE in original factory carton, Zig-Zag to make buttonholes, sew on b u t t o n s , monograms, and make fancy designs with just the twist of a single-dial, left in lay-a-way and never been used, will sell for only $47.00. cash, or credit termi available. Phone 253-6712. NEW waU, base St utility cabinets, WUson's New Used Furniture. 1719 S. Kanawha St.. 252-4412. Remington Typewriters SALES--RENTAJL--SERVICE Klaus Office Equipment 207 McCteery St, Dial 253-6*4$ McCULLOGH Chain saws -- Outboard Motors SALES AND SERVICE BASHAM'S GARAGE White Oak Phone 293-9211 ZENITH PRODUCTS SEE the new 1971-72 model* In stock! Zenith, now number 1 ia color console sales. Try us before you buy. We'U save you money! EASY FINANCING AND SERVICB TO MATCH. Â· ASHWORTH'S 211 Prince. St Ph. 253-4211 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY IMS, SECKEl The valuable papers like stocks, bonds, birth certificates, marriage licenses, leases and bills of sale that you place in a safe deposit box at the Bank of Raleigh are shielded from the prying eyes of others. This is because it takes two keys to open your safe deposit box. One key is in your possession.. .the other is kept at the bank. Neither key by itself can unlock the box. Furthermore, in a safe deposit box you get the additional protection from fire and theft that you can't get at home. Your family should have a safe deposit box. The cost is modest ... the peace of mind invaluable. Come in tomorrow and ask for detailed information on this low-cost protection. *EXTRA PROTECTION FOR ONLY PENNIES A DAY!" Co SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES AKC Old English sheep dog puppies, Montgomery 442-4903 AS LOW AS UKC registered redbone coon hound pups, top bloodlines, ready to go, i Victor Birchfield, Lester, W. Va., i 934-5414. per year TREEING WALKERS FOR SALE THESE are the last 2 pups I'll; have to offer out of Dual Champion Stroud's Trooper. They arc | 7 months old and ready to go in! the woods. Call Madison 369-1464, j Box 36, Foster, W. Va. i Established 1999 BABY myna birds, guaranteed to! talk. poodle pups, boarding, i contact Raymond's Beauty Shoppe. | grooming, all pets sunplies. | 117 So. Fa'yette St., 253-6551^ | Nature Shop. 19-21 By Pass. 253-2311.' WAITRESS, CURFGIRLS AND!POMERANIANS, s c h n a u z e r s . GENERAL KITCHEN HELP ' COMPLETE exterior painting, gutters repaired and painted, low cost, free estimates. 253-8976. interior anrt exterior, reasonable rates, guaranteed estimates, insured. Call Gene Crone, 253-0641. MUST TJC IS years of age or over. nÂ«at In appearance, able to obtain health card. Apply in person after) (5 p.m., no phone calls please. We ipav the federal nÂ»:nimurn wage. 'TOWN COUNTRY RESTAURANT 1320 Ei**Trtiow-r "Vive Beckley, W. V*. Teentes, Tinles, Smallies and! Minies. j --AKC PUPPIES-BREEDING LIMITED Board -- Grooming By Appointment TERMS RADFORD KENNELS BOX 137, OAK HILL, W. VA. PHONE 469-4103 Member Of F.D.I.C. Main And Kanawha Streets -- Btcktoy, W. Va.
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