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Post-Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1973, Beckley, West Virginia TWO County BECKLEY POST-HERALD, BECKLEY, W. VA THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1973 Suit Is Filed FAYETTEVILLE (RNS) A law suit has been filed in the Fayette County Circui Court against William Withrow of Scarbro by Rod Jackson for William Thompson of Garten. School Students Get Scholarships MORGANTOWN Two area youths have been awarded Board of Regents Scholarships by West Virginia University. They are entitled to eight semesters of tuition as long as tfiey maintain a minimum grade-point average of 2.0 don't change their fields of study. Among those receiving schol- arships were Mary Elaine Robinson of Montgomery, a stu- dent at Montgomery High School, education award, and David Allen Stover of Maben, a student at Mullens High School, American Legion award. The cash register was in- vented by James Ritty, a Day- ton, Ohio, saloonkeeper, to keep his bartenders honest. Moose Club Dining Room Specials FRI. OCT. 26 1973 Spaghetti With Meat Sauce TO P.M. fun. Oct. 28 1979 Country Club Special Pan Fried or Steak and Gravy Vegetables Drinks Adulti Child to P.M. Mon. Oct. 29th Clerks Special to P.M. M. Nov. 2nd Rainbow Trevf According to the suit, Withrow on Sept. 8 willfully and without regard to human life shot a certain pistol or gun in his possession on the public street of Fayetteville and the bullet discharged from his gun struck the plaintiff in the stomach. The plaintiff was injured in and around the region of his stomach and as a result was hospitalized which incurred medical bills in the amount of and that he suffered much pain and suffering as a result of negligent shooting by the defendant. Thompson asks that he be awarded actual damages in the amount of plus punitive damages in the amount of Succumbs At 89 PRINCETON (RNS) Mrs Addie Conner, 89, of Princeton died early Wednesday in a Glenwood nursing home after a long illness. Born June in Virginia, her husband, Dennis H., died in 1972. Survivors Ray and include Buck, five sons, both of Princeton, Ted of Athens, Arlie of Kopperston and Elmore of Bluefield, and two daughters, Mrs. Elmer Burnette and Mrs. Ernst Mulliris, both of Princeton. Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Bailey Funeral Home in Princeton with Rev. Quintan Hughet in charge. Burial will be in Rose Lawn Memorial Gardens. Friends may call from 3-9 p.m. today. FAYETTEVILLE (RNS) Ridge, Qulnnimont The following deeds were recorded by the Fayette County clerk's office as of Wednesday: Thomas and Trena D. Louisos to Fayette Plateau Business Development Corp., parcel of real estate, Plateau District, Governor Looney, widower, to Elarry E. and Jewel M. Lively, Lot 17, Long Branch Sub- division, William Chornobay and Eva Chornobay to William and Virginia A. Chornobay, parcel of land, Plateau District, con- veyance from parents to son. Earl D. and Birdie D. Phillips to James 0. and Ruby Winebrenner, Lot 12 of the Dr. Beall Extension, Gauley Bridge, Virginia Pearl Lambert, wi- dow, to James C. and Mary Cecelia Miller, Lot J-31, surface tracts, Cannelton, David and Joyce E. Rosen- jach to Frank E. and Shanda ayle Hicks and Carrie E. Hicks, parcels of surface land, STARTS TOMORROW PHONE 253-8668 District, Ruby A. Skaggs to Wesley Skaggs, Lot 393, Ansted, Dove Holliday, single, to Nell Dove and Ralph H. Flanagan, )arcel of real estate, Keeneys >eek, New Haven District, less than Garland W. Neff, single, to ames A. and Margaret Roles, Lots 81 and 82, Huse Addition, 'ayetteville, Catherine Shumaker, widow, o John Herman Akers, parcels >f surface land, Nickelville, W. Paul and Inge R. Cole tx> William H. and Jo Ann ribson Jr., parcels of surface and, Sewell Mountain District, Roxie Miller, widow, to Claris VI. and Hazel A. Treadway, arcel of real estate, Oak Hill, m Robert ANORMANJEWISONF.hu JESUS CHRIST SUPERSIAR TED NEELEtXttU. ANDERSON -YVONNE HUMAN BAWOf DENNEN Mdvyn Bran Norran Jewtan M H ha owiVcMsChrfei Rita Andrew UqdWfabcr irTIm Rice Andrt Pfevta mm PCK TALMER NORMAN JEWISON i NOAM AN J K16BCT and Rhoda M. Fox to H. and Lois Lorene Pete ames Holmes, parcels of land, Pea Udge, Madeline Layne, widow, and illie G. Berry, widow, to Veva idams Easton, Lot 7, Captain lichards Addition, Oak Hill, Johnnie Grigg, single, to lomer Wayne and Evelyn mith Hizer and Larry Arnold and Patricia Tucker Nutter, Lot 63 and part of Lot 162, lighlawn Park Addition, Oak Major ohnson and Lena to Earnest Frances Lee and Teresa Johnson, parcel of real state, Burkholder Avenue, Oak fill, NOW! FEATURE TIMES AT Peter Sellers Albert T.Moptnigct. HospitttAdmiiiitttator, in "Where Does It Hurt 2ND FEATURE FEATURE TIMES AT n Flag Given To Oceana High School Congressman Ken Hechler presented the American flag to Oceana High School during a program presented by Hechler Monday at the school. Ivan Daniels of Oceana and veteran of World War II and Korea, told the group that veterans should be respected and remembered. Daniels told the students that the death of each American adds to the cost of freedom. Hechler sponsors a week in Washington for students dur- ing the summer vacation. He introduced the seven students from Oceana High School that made me trip. The con- gressman stressed to the group that each student should put forth an effort to preserve and protect our earth. Fiduciary Notes Recorded FAYETTEVILLE (RNS) The following fiduciary notes were recorded by the Fayette County clerk's office as of Wednesday: The National Bank of Com- merce in Charleston was ap- pointed as executor to serve with out bond for the estate of Betty Scharmann Bowles. Robert Durbin, Edward Moore and Sam Shumate were ap- pointed appraisers. George Vickers was named com- missioner of accounts. Willis Leslie Crandall and Beatrice C. Reinhart were ap- pointed to serve without bond as executrix of the estate of MONTGOMERY The School of Human Studies at West Virginia Tech has added five new members to its staff for the 1973-74 year. The new staff members are Abubakr Bin Ahmad, M.A., assistant professor of of economics; Peter F. Barty, assistant professor of listory; Raymond C. Helwig, associate professor of >usiness administration; Sam Hutchinson Jr., Ph.D., assistant professor of psychology, and Gordon R. Short, Ph.D., professor of education. TONIGHT AT EL CID CLUB THURSDAY Country Western Night MUSIC BY THE NEW CROSSROADS FEATURING JIMMY JAY LEAD GUITAR, VOCALIST JACKIE McCAULEY and RONNIE WELLS ORGANIST and VOCALIST to Thun. 9 pm 'til am Fri. and Sot. 9 pm 'til am The EL CID CLUB atmosphtrc it 10 rare may itart bottling it. RT. 3-19-21 SOUTH Ethel L. Crandall. Appointed appraisers were Robert Bell, A. W. Orndorff and Stanley Farha. T. A. Myles was named com- missioner of accounts. Frances Jobe was appointed to serve without bond as ex- ecutrix of the estate of Nettie G. Jobe. Fred Jasper, George Coleman and Jim Hess were appointed as appraisers. P. Douglas Mooney was chosen commissioner of accounts. Helen A. Morris of Lookout acknowledged a bond in the penalty of as ad- ministratrix for the estate of Lester M. Morris. Floyd H. Merrow, Andrew Ramsey and John T. Bragg were appointed appraisers. David F. Mahoney having produced proof to the satisfac- tion of the county clerk that he is a minister of the gospel in the United Methodist Church is authorized to celebrate the rites of marriage in all counties of this state. Flavious H. Chapman of Vic- tor acknowledged a bond of as administrator of the estate of Celest B. Ellison. Charles Woods, Willie Woods and Edna White were appointed appraisers. Opal Mink of Gauley Bridge acknowledged a bond of as administratrix of the estate of Lonnie F. Miller. Bobby Kir- by, Robert Durbin and Robert Johnson were appointed ap- praisers. George Vickers was named commissioner of ac- counts. For The Tops In Entertainment See "D. D. SMITH CO." Direct From Las Appearing Now At THE RA-LEI CLUB Best Team, Thompson Greatest RALEIGH, N. C. (AP) North Carolina State basketball coach Norman Sloan, whose Wolfpack went unbeaten in 27 games last season, has what he believes is his greatest team led by Ail-American David Thompson. State, ineligible for the NCAA a one-year probation for bas- ketball violations, is awaiting the start of the 1973-74 season and a Dec. IS game with de- fending national champion UCLA in St. Louis, Mo. Sloan, who feels the practice season starts two weeks early, said his team is in top condition and working out only four days a .week. "We're "This is the best he said, team I've coached and Thompson is the greatest player I've been asso- ciated with." Hie State-UCLA game has been sold out for months. Sloan said, "If we win that one we'll still have 12 important games left with Atlantic Coast Confer- ence teams." Thompson, only 19, and tow- ering Tommy Burleson, 7-foot-4, head the returning Wolfpack veterans along Towe, peppery with little Monte play- maker. Two very talented transfers, Morris Rivers of Gulf Coast (Fla.) Community Col- Irish, Penn State To Better Marks NEW YORK (AP) The spirit of "Win one for the Gip- per" still prevails at Notre Dame. Now its "win for the Pride of the Irish." There are many scores to settle with Southern Cal. Traditionally, this is one of the best games of the year. A home grounds edge to Ara Par- seghian's boys. Last week: 44-21, .677. Sea- son: 288-106, .730. Notre Dame 23, Southern Cal- ifornia 17: ND's battery of Tom Clements and Dave Caster should carry the day over the defending national champions, tating. Colorado 17, Missouri 10: The Buffaloes snap back hard from their one-sided loss to Okla- homa. Ohio State 33, Northwestern 7: Bruce Elia and Archie Grif- fin both should go over 100 yards again. Penn State 29, West Virginia 13: The Nittany Lions should win comfortably even if John Cappelletti's sore shoulder keeps him on the sidelines. Louisiana State 24, South Carolina 14: SC's Paul Dieted has an unhappy reunion with the team he once coached. UCLA 30, California 17: Ker- mit Johnson of UCLA gets a start on his next yards. He is nine away from that mark. Texas 29, Rice 7: The Long- horns have blown the No. 1 ranking many experts thought they might win, but they can still get mad. Cornell 17, Yale 14: Donald Fanelli should get Cornell's running game untracked. Pittsburgh 25, Navy 17: Tony Dorsett and Bill Daniels are Park In Action Unbeaten Park Junior High goes after its seventh victory of the season tonight at Van Meter Stadium when the Roadrunners meet Beckley Jr. Game time is p.m. ROMEO Pitts' new touchdown twins. A good game between two revita- lized clubs. Stanford 22, Washington State 16: Mike Garcia's field goals could tip the scales for this mild upset. Houston 19, Auburn 14: Hous- ton's rout of Miami proves its a power to be reckened with, and the rest of this is to keep from ending a sentence with a prepo- sition. Nebraska 30, Oklahoma State 19: Nebraska is a dozing giant, but a killer when wide awake. The others: Cross 20, Army 7; Boston College 32, Villanova 10; Harvard 18, Dartmouth 14; Pennsylvania 21, Princeton 13; Rutgers 25, Columbia 6; Miami, Fla., 27, Syracuse 10; Colgate 28, Bucknell 16; Temple 20, Delaware 18. 43, Kansas State 7; Purdue 21, Michigan State 13; Wisconsin 17, Indiana 14; Illinois 20, Iowa 7; Michigan 38, Minnesota 6; Drake 19, Dayton 10; Kansas 30, Iowa State 21; Miami, Ohio 24, Toledo 12; Western Mich- igan 19, Ohio U. 16; West Texas State 13, Wichita State 7. South Alabama 43, Virginia Tech 20; Tennessee 32, Texas Christian 12; Maryland 25, Duke 19; Tulance 27 .Georgia Tech 17; Mississippi 23, Van- derbilt 14; North Carolina State 22, Clemson 14; Virginia 25, Wake Forest 10; William Mary 30, VMI 7; Georgia 20 Kentucky 16; Louisville 17, Cin- cinnati 7; Bowling Green 23, Marshall 12; Mississippi State 26, Southern Mississippi 13; North Carolina 20, East Caro- lina 7; Richmond 21, Northeast Louisiana 14 Tampa 25, North- ern Michigan 15. 14, Tulsa 10; Texas Tech 27, South- ern Methodist 13; Texas A M 24, Baylor 17; Arkansas State 17, Lamar 14. FAR WEST Oregon 22, Washington 10; Arizona State 36, Oregon State 19; Air Force 30, Davidson 9; Arizona 24, Utah 15; San Diego State 20, Florida State 18; Brigham Young 19, Wyoming 14; Utah State 22, Kent State 13; Fresno State 26, Cal Poly 14; Montana State 17, Idaho 10; Long Beach State 24, UC-Riverside 7; North Texas State 17, New Mexico State 7; Pacific 20, Santa Clara 13; New Mexico 30, San Jose State 7; Texas-El Paso 21, Colo- FREE GREEN STAMPS WITH COUPON AND PURCHASE OF Order or More Tobaccos Not Included Good through Saturday, Oct. 27 am-8 pm-Sundays 8 am-7 pm MacArthur, W. Va. Store Hours: Royal Crown Soff Drink pi Sealed Sweet Grapefruit or Orange Juice can 49c Wagner's Orange or Grape Drinlr 3 Ragu Assorted Flavors Spaghetti Sauce ,ur 79c Franco-American Cheese Tomato Spaghetti Sauce 6 isoz. cam Del Monte 2 cans 1.00 Broughton'i 2% gallon jug f I 3 Dry Milk Carnation Bellview Processed Dill or Chip Pickles 2 ,uart, Royal Gef0flfie 4 family size Royal Pudding 4 69c Oscar Mayer Chopped Ham package 99c Borden's Lite-Line Dief Cheese package 83c Morton Pof Pies 4 to Oscar Mayer Canned 5-tB. CAN 34B. CAN Hams Mrs. Smith's Pie 2 i7..z Pk9> Mello Crisp 16-oz. package Liquid tux 2 79C Heavy Duty 1 AIJij King Size Breeze (with free pair panty hose) Detergent 77c 9 Lives (Except Tuna) Cat Hunts Club Burger Bits Dog foorf U-H.. Sauer Gold Medal Salad Dressing Sauer Gold Medal Mayonnaise 69c 79c PRICES GOOD THROUGH SATURDAY WE HAVE HALLOWEEN TREATS WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF MAGAZINES lege and Phil Spence of Yin- cennes (Ind.) Junior College, will man the other starting posts. Thompson, a junior, and Bur- leson, a senior, led the Ameri- can team to victory in the World University Games in Russia this year. "People don't believe me when I tell them David is a vastly improved 'player over last Sloan said in an interview. "He is extremely tal- ented, a gifted player. He does everything superbly. If I was putting down on paper the cri- teria for a great basketball player, he would meet all the requirements. More than that, he is a fine person. Thompson, who was runner-up to UCLA's Bill Walton for the Naismith trophy last year, un- derwent an operation at the end of last season to remove torn cartilage from his right knee. "He is better than said Sloan. "He now has quick- er lateral movement, more spring in his legs." Sports Briefs RICHMOND, Va. (AP) Linebacker Pat Kelly said he thought the West Virginia-Rich- mond football game last Satur- day, won by the Spiders 38-17, "would be a little closer than win." The 6-foot-2, 220-pound senior from East Brady, Pa., made 11 tackles, assisted on 12 others, intercepted two passes and knocked down four. One inter- ception set up a touchdown the other halted a West Virginia drive. For his day's work, Kelly was named Wednesday the Na- tional Lineman of the Week by The Associated Press. ATLANTA (AP) The pol- icy-making Council of the Na- tional Collegiate Athletic Asso- ciation ended a three-day meet- ing Wednesday with a proposal that the University of South- western Louisiana be allowed to remain a member of the or- ganization. The Council said it felt South- west Louisiana was abiding by all the penalties imposed by the NCAA at a special meeting in August in additon to further penalties levied by the South- land Conference. EUGENE, Ore. (AP) Club officials spoke of possible affi- liation with Milwaukee Wednes- day after the Philadelphia Phillies ended their agreement with the Eugene Emeralds of the Pacific Coast League. The Phillies are moving their AAA baseball team to Toledo in the International League. KANSAS CITY (AP) In a straight exchange of right- handers, the Kansas City Roy- als announced Wednesday that Dick Drago is going to the Bos- ton Red Sox in exchange for Marty Pattin. ST. LOUIS (AP) Outfielder Matty Alou, who led the Nation- al League in batting in 1966, was sold to Padres for the an San Diego undisclosed amount of cash Wednesday, the St. Louis Cardinals said. The action marked the sec- ond time the Cardinals have disposed of the 34 year-old Alou in less than a year a nd a half. JERSEY CITY, N.J. (AP) Randy Johnson, who quit the New York Giants two weeks ago, then was talked into com- ing back last week, will start at quarterback in place of Norm Snead Sunday in St. Louis, the National Football League team said Wednesday. "Randy deserves a shot and it's time to make a said Giants Coach Alex Web- ster. "We haven't won in four weeks." NEW YORK (AP) The New York Jets of the National Football League said Wednes- day that quarterback Al Wood- all will be activated later in the week for Sunday's game against Denver. LOS ANGELES (AP) Coach John McKay of Southern Cal said Wednesday defensive end Ed Powell quit the team and defensive tackle Glenn Byrd is out for the year be- cause of an ankle injury. "Powell demanded to play McKay said of the jun- ior who had lost his starting job to Dale Mitchell, the 1972 start- er, after Mitchell recovered from knee surgery. LOS ANGELES (AP) Steve Smith, the only man to clear 18 feet indoors in the pole vault, signed a contract Wednesday to compete for the International Track Associ- ation. The announcement was made by Mike O'Hara, president of ITA, ;