Asheville Citizen-Times from Asheville, North Carolina (2024)

A A A THE ASHEVILLE CITIZEN, Sept. 17, 1075 WNC Deaths And Funerals Funerals Today STATE AND AREA Mrs. Carrie Ward of Burns- ville, 3 p.m., Griffith Chapel AME Zion Church, Yancey County, Jennings Reece of Rt. 2 p.m., Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Haywood County, Mrs.

Raymond F. Gilman of Rt. 8 Howard Gap Road, Hendersonville, p.m., Shepherd Memorial Park Mausoleum Chapel, Henderson County, CITY AND COUNTY Herman C. Steppe of Clayton 11 a.m., chapel of Penland and Sons Funeral Home. Clyde L.

Sorrells of 34 Garden Circle, 11 a.m., chapel of Groce Funeral Home. The Rev. J. L. Jenkins of Old Fort Road, Fairview, 2 p.m., Spring Mountain Baptist Church.

Mrw. Elmer Jarrett Services for Mrs. Annie Carson Jarrett, 71, of Barnardsville, who died Monday in a Buncombe County nursing home after a long illness, will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Dillingham Presbyterian Church. The Revs.

Dan Carlton, John Middleton and John White will officiate. Burial will be in Dillingham Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Chester and Pete Carson, Carlee Dillingham, Reece and Ray Hensley, Raymond Dowdle, Henry Clinton and John Haynes. Honorary pallbearers will be members of the Asheville Police Department a n'd Buncombe County Sheriff's Department. She was a lifelong resident of the Barnardsville community and a member of Dillingham Presbyterian Church.

She was daughter of the late Douglas and Nellie Mundy Carson and widow of Elmer E. Jarrett, who died in 1967. Surviving are daughter, Mrs. Sue Mathis of West Asheville; three sons, Ray Jarrett of the Asheville Police Department, Steve and Ken Jarrett of Barnardsville; three sisters, Mrs. Edna White of Barnardsville, Mrs.

Catherine Cole of Weaverville and Mrs. Wavie Sexton of West Asheville; two brothers, Glen Carson of Barnardsville and Clyde Tesner of Weaverville; and 10 grandchildren. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday in the chapel of West Funeral Home, where the body will remain until placed in the church one hour before services. At other times, the family will be at the home of Ken Jarrett.

Era Bradburn Mrs. Eva Arizona Bradburn, 70, of Rt. 1 Candler, unexpectedly Tuesday 1 in a Waynesville hospital. Penland and Sons Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Williams 856 PHONE Funeral TUNNEL 298-5555 Service ROAD ALLEN ASSOCIATES MORTUARY 127 McDOWELL STREET PHONE 252-1251 Clay Honeycutt MARS HILL Clay Honeycutt, 00, of Rt.

3 Mars Hill, died unexpectedly Monday at his home. A native of Yancey County, he had lived most of his life in Madison County and was a retired farmer and a son of the late Cling and Jane Phillips Honeycutt. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Vertie Shook Honeycutt; daughter, Mrs. Naomi Willis of Clemson, S.

two sons, Oliver Honeycutt of Weaverville and James Honeycutt of Mars Hill; seven sisters, Mrs. Bill Shook, Mrs. Frank Crisp and Mrs. Henry Stansel of Asheville, Mrs. Roy Tillery, Mrs.

Arthur Adams and Mrs. Jack Simms of Mars Hill and Mrs. Rathia Thomas of Flag Pond, four brothers, Joble Honeycutt of Mars Hill, Arthur Honeycutt of Weaverville, Dave Honeycutt of Fayetteville and Kile Honeycutt of Asheville; five grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Little Creek Baptist Church, of which he was a member.

The Revs. H. L. Wilson, Burgess Shelton and Ebb Jenkins will officiate. Burial will be in English Cemetery.

Pallbearers will be deacons of the church. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Capps Funeral Home, Mars Hill, where the body will remain until placed in the church 30 minutes before services. George M. Watson George M.

Watson, 73, of Ridgecrest, died Monday in the Western North Carolina Hospital after a long illness. He was a retired brick mason. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Dorothy Allison Watson; a daughter, Mrs. Janice Stough of Jackson, a brother, Lewis Watson of Black Mountain; two sisters, Mrs.

Zenia Biddix and Mrs. Bertha Turner of Black Mountain; and a grandchild. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Ridgecrest Baptist Church. The Rev.

Henry W. Stough will officiate. Burial will be in Mountain View Cemetery. Church. The Rev.

Henry W. Stough will officaite. Burial will be in Mountain View Cemetery. The body will be taken to McCall's Funeral Home, Old Fort, Wednesday, where the family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. The body will be placed in the church 30 minutes before services.

Joe F. Lasseter GREENSBORO Joe Frank Lasseter, 87, died Tuesday at the Masonic a and Eastern Star Home where he has lived for the past 18 months. He was a groceryman in the Asheville area for 40 years. He was a member of St. Andrews Episcopal Church in Greensboro and a member of Mt.

Herman Masonic Lodge in Asheville. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Callie Davis Lasseter; a son, Joe Frank Lasseter Jr. of Falls Church, and two grandchildren. Services will be held at 2 p.m.

Thursday at Masonic and Eastern Star Home Chapel. The Rev. Carl Herman will officiate. Memorials may be made to the Masonic and Eastern Star Home. Hanes-Lineberry Funeral Home, North Elm Street, Greensboro, is in charge of arrangements.

How much is a Memory Worth? Over the years, the Asheville families we have served tell us that the remembrance of our service will last forever. We are not more expensive, but do try our best to provide a perfect, and memorable funeral service. Please call: Morris Funeral Home 304 Merrimon Avenue Phone 252-1821 MENDER NATIONAL SELECTED MORTICIANS Eric Bell Dies At 89; Was Executive, Economist Mrw. Walter Henson MORGANTON Mrs. Della Grant Henson, 61, of Rt.

Morganton, died Tuesday in a Morganton hospital after a brief illness. She was a native of Buncombe County, Surviving is the husband, Walter Woodrow Henson. Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Ginger Cake Cemetery in Jonas Ridge. The body will remain at Funeral Home until the service hour.

Gabe S. Rice Gabe S. Rice, 61, of Myersdale, formerly of Barnardsville, died unexpectedly Tuesday in Myersdale. The body is being returned to Weaverville for services and burial under the direction of West Funeral Home, Weaverville, who will announce arrangements. Claude N.

Jones Sr. Claude Nathaniel Jones Sr. of 106 Burton died Tuesday in an Asheville hospital unexpectedly. Jesse Ray Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Harry Cole Dies; Contractor For Citizen-Times Services for Harry Franklin Cole, 41, of 41 Henrietta who died unexpectedly Tuesday, will be held.

at. 2. p.m. Thursday at the First Christian Church. The Rev.

Jack Daniells will officiate. Burial will be in New Salem Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Norman Burnette, Eugene Sutton, Steve Cole, Johnny Moss, Loran Parris and Robert J. Branson. A lifelong resident of Buncombe County, he was a member of the First Baptist Church and a self-employed contractor for Asheville CitizenTimes.

He was a son of the late Rawdon Cole. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Darlene Gryder Cole; the mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Blaylock Cole of Asheville; three sons, Rawdon, Raymond and Richard Daniel Cole of the home; a daughter, Mrs. Linda C.

Goens of Chattanooga, two brothers, Robert Donald Cole of Leicester er and Guy Aston Cole of Asheville; and a sister, Mrs. Clara C. Lambert of Asheville. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Penland and Sons Funeral Home, where the body will remain until placed in the church 30 minutes before services.

Public Record Births MEMORIAL MISSION Mr. and Mrs. David A. Olson, Swannanoa, a daughter, Sept. 14.

Mr. and Mrs. Ferrell Tipton, Greenmountain, a son, Sept. 14. Mr.

and Mrs. Lawrence Rhodes Rt. 7. Asheville, a son, Sept. 14.

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Barnes, Rt. 9 Asheville, a son, Sept.

14. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thomas, Rt. 3 Candler, a son, Sept.

14. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Dockery, Hot Springs, a son, Sept.

13. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald W. Stamey, Rt.

5 Canton, a son, Sept. 13. Mr. and Mrs. Vinson Price, Weaverville, a son, Sept.

13. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian C. McManus, Fletcher, a son, Sept.

13. Mr. and Mrs. Les Anderson, 57 Oteen Church Road, a son, Sept. 13.

Mr. and Mrs. Alan C. Lang, Banardsville, a daughter, Sept. 13.

Mr. and Mrs. Tynan A. Wait, Columbus, Ohio, a daughter, Sept. 13.

Wait is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gale P. Wait of 14 Marlborough Road, Asheville. Mr.

and Mrs. Thomas D. Harrill, Apex, a daughter in Rex Hospital, Raleigh, Sept. 10. Mrs.

Harrill is the former Charlotte Ann Marlowe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burgin Marlowe of Rt. 6 Asheville. MEMORIAL MISSION Mr.

and Mrs. Ray Vinson, Rt. 1 Arden, a son, Sept. 16. Mr.

and Mrs. Johnny Wayne McNeill, Rt. 1 Spruce Pine, a daughter, Sept. 16. Mr.

and Mrs. Ray Hall, Rt. 1 Black Mountain, a daughter, Sept. 16. Mr.

and Mrs. Leslie Norman Scholfield, Rt. 5 Candler, a son, Sept. 15. Mr.

and Mrs. Randy Alan Hyder, Rt. 2 Weaverville, a son, Sept. 15. Hollifield Child Scotty Jay Hollifield, twoyear -old son of Mr.

and Mrs. Virgil S. Hollifield of Longs Chapel Road, Weaverville, died Tuesday in an Asheville hospital after a long illness. Surviving in addition to the parents are a sister, Tracy Hollifield of the home; the paternal grandmother, Mrs. Maggie Hollifield of Weaverville; and the maternal grandparents, Mr.

and Mrs. Bill Hensley of Leicester. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday at Western Chapel United Methodist Church of Leicester. The Revs.

Benny Lee Hunnicutt and Edgil Burke will officiate. Burial will be in church cemetery. Pallbearers will be Jim Langford, Roger and Sammy Hollifield and J. Taylor. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m.

Wednesday at Penland and Sons Funeral Home, where the body will remain until placed in the church 30 minutes before the services. Rites Slated Today For Gragg Clouse Services for W. Gragg Clouse, 65, of 125 Charlotte retired Asheville Citizen-Times mailing room foreman, who died unexpectedly Monday in an Asheville hospital, will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the chapel of Penland and Sons Funeral Home. The Rev.

Joel Key will officiate. Burial will be in Green Hills Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Maurice Luther and Philip Luther, Ralph Rayfield, Bill Matthews, Harold Parris and J. A. Stroupe.

Honorary pallbearers will be Dr. Richard Steele and employes the Asheville -Times Publishing Company. A native of Buncombe County, Mr. Clouse was the son of the late J. H.

and Anna Holcombe Clouse. Mr. Clouse came to work for The Citizen in 1923 when he was 14 years old. He worked 49 years and 11 months. For one 15-year period, he held three jobs simultaneously; seven nights a week in the mailing room, four days a week as treasurer of the company's credit union and 10 to 12 hours relief per week in the wire room.

In 1961, Mr. Clouse became foreman of The Citizen mailing room. At the time he retired, he was one of only six employes who were working when The Citizen and The Times merged in 1930. He retired Sept. 16, 1973 at the age of 64.

Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Katherine Clouse; a son, Phillip G. Clouse of the home; two daughters, Misses Robbie and Carol Clouse of Asheville; a brother, J. H. Clouse of Memphis, and a sister, Mrs.

H. S. Carter of Idaho. The family will be at the home. N.

Eric Bell, retired State Farm Insurance executive and noted economist of $6 Montrose died Tuesday in an Asheville hospital after an illness of several months. He was 80. A native of Lenoir County, Mr. Bell attended Kinston public schools and was graduate of North Carolina State University with a B. S.

degree in Chemical Engineering and LaSalle Extension University with a degree in Banking and Finance. Associated with the Alabama-U. S. Joint Soil Surveys for several years, serving as an analytical chemist, he was responsible for a number of maps and other works contributing to the advancement of soil conservation and agricultural development. He had served in various capacities in Alabama and Louisiana in promoting the growing of food for the war effort in World War I and with Metropolitan Insurance Co.

in the farm loan field. Mr. Bell joined State Farm in Blooming. ton, in 1932, serving as Alabama state director until being transferred to Illinois as state director of agents. He had served as director of Blooming.

ton Chamber of Commerce, Lieut. Governor of the Kiwanis District and was involved in a number organizations. of fraternal and civic Mr. Bell retired in 1962 and moved to Asheville in 1950. He had active in the First Baptist Church, serving as a deacon and Sunday teacher.

Mr. Bell was the organizer and first president of the Asheville chapter, American Association of Retired Persons, and was a member of the Kiwanis Club, Harvest House, Men's Garden Club and served as an advisor to Mars Hill College and insurance counselor for senior citizens. During the past 20 years, Mr. Bell conducted research in personal and national economics and wrote several booklets on his findings, including "A Research into Successful which is widely distributed, and "Grass Roots Economics, which was brought to the attention of President John F. Kennedy.

In 1960, Mr. Bell served as a member of the late Sheriff Lawrence E. Brown's censorship committee on objectionable publications. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Grace Johnson Bell; four grandchildren and a great-grandchild.

Mr. Bell's only son, by a previous marriage, Dr. Eric Bell died April 15, 1975. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday at the First Baptist Church in Asheville.

Dr. Cecil E. Sherman will officiate. Burial will be in Pine Cemetery in Auburn, Ala. Pallbearers will be Z.

B. Robinson, Dr. Roger James, Harry Carico, Murray Eisehhour, Don Taylor and Jeff Denny. Honorary pallbearers will be deacons of First Baptist Church, Citizens Bible Class and members of Asheville Kiwanis Club. The family will receive Rev.

M. D. Smith Dies; Noted 'Mountain Minister' The Rev. M. D.

Smith, 68, of Cross Road, Candler, died Tuesday in an Asheville hospital. A widely known Baptist minister, Rev. Smith served as pastor of the Hominy Baptist Church for 25 years prior to his retirement in 1970. Since retirement, he has served as interim pastor at Flat Creek, Madison Seminary, Antioch and Calvary Baptist Church in Canton. A former moderator of the Buncombe Baptist Association, he was a former member of the N.

C. Baptist Convention General Board and was present chairman of the finance committee of the Buncombe Baptist Association. A native of Mooresville, he was son of the late Thomas D. and Cora Beaver Smith. He was educated at Mars Hill College and completed special seminary courses prior to assuming the pastorate of Hominy Baptist Church.

Rev. Smith was cited as the outstanding "mountain minister" by Clear Creek Baptist Church in Pineville, in recognition of the outstanding achievements of his rural church. He served in community and civic affairs and was a member of the Candler Lions Club and the Buncombe Baptist Ministerial Association. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Mamie Stillwell Smith; three daughters, Mrs.

Robert E. Wright Sr. of Conover, Mrs. B. T.

Satterfield of Candler and Mrs. Edgar Bumgarner of Cherryville; a son, Truett J. Smith of Arden; three sisters, Mrs. Blaine Johnston of Mooresville, Mrs. Charles Stevenson of Troutman and Mrs.

Charlie 6T A friends from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Morris Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to the WNC. Baptist Retirement Home building fund, P. O.

Box 8117, Asheville, 20804. Homecoming Set Antioch Baptist Church near Democrat will hold homecoming services Sunday, Family and friends are invited to bring a picnic lunch. NOTICE Is hereby given that municipal Election for purpose of electing a Mayor and live members of Town Council of the Town of Weaverville will be held in the Town Hall of the Town of Weaverville on Tuesday, November 1975. The 12:00 filing period for candidates will be from noon Friday, September through 12:00 Noon on Friday, October 3, 1975. The registration books will be open until 5:00 P.M.

on Friday, October 3. 1975 for of registering this election. CHAIRMAN MUNICIPAL BOARD OF ELECTIONS September 10, 17, 24, October 1, 1975 LEGAL NOTICE Sealed bids will be opened by the Board of Commissioners at 10:00 A.M. on Wednesday, September 24, 1975 in Room 312. Buncombe County courthouse Asheville.

N.C. for the purchase of 1976 Listing Forms for the CountY of combe and the City of Asheville. Specifications for the forms can be ed from the undersigned, Room 312, of the Buncombe County Courthouse daily between the hours of 0:30 A.M. and 5:00 P.M. The Board of Commissioners reserves the right to reject any or all bids.

Wayne Jacklin Purchasing Agent County of Buncombe (2554) September 17, 1975 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Administratrix of the estate of Kermit Charles Dodd. deceased, late of Buncombe County, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons, firms and corporations having claims against the estate of said deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned on or before the 27th day of February, 1976, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All sons indebted to said estate will please make immediate payment. This the 26th day of August, 1975. Lucinda B.

Dodd, Admrx. P.O. Box 994 Weaverville, N.C. 28787 (2500) August 27, September 3, 10, 17, 1975 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Administrator C.T.A. of the estate of Rex Selmon Smathers, deceased, late of Buncombe County, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons, firms and corporations having claims against the estate of said deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned on or before the 27th day of February, 1976, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery.

All persons indebted to said estote This will the please 25th make of August, immediate 1975. payment. day James Donald Williams 200 Parkway Office Bullding Asheville, N.C. 20001 (2510) August 27, September 3, 10, 17, 1975 Legal Notices NOTICE OF TOWN OF WEAVERVILLE MUNICIPAL ELECTION ANNUAL meeting of N.C.S.P.C.A., day, September 20, 2 p.m. at home of Helen Gumpert, Dry Ridge Road.

Election of officers, annual reports will be given. JERRY'S RADIO AND TV SERVICE has moved from 320 New Leicester Highway to 464 Sand Hill Road. Call 252-3854 for information or service. 112 Persenals IS DRINKING A PROBLEM Try Alcoholics Anonymous Dial 254-8539 107 Parkway Office Building BE HAPPIER. On September 23, vote for RUSSELL E.

(FARMER RUSS) OFFHAUS for City Council. Paid political advertisem*nt INDEPENDANT RECORD production company screening new talent and material. Please call (404) 436-9615. NASHVILLE RECORD PRODUCER HOLDING AUDITIONS FOR SINGING TALENT. PHONE (404)- 457-2275.

Last and Found BASSETT HOUND lost in Weaver ville area, five year old tri-colored AKC male, family pet, liberal reward. 645-6407. LOST small white female Poodle, in New Bridge section, reward, 6456756. LOST DARK grey half persian cat, half white face half grey, lost in Kimberly Avenue. Reward, 254-6476 after 3:30.

201 Job Opportunities ACT NOW, Be a Sarah Coventry Fashion show director in your area. No Investment, no delivery. Excellent arran gement to add to your family income. Opportunity for local manager. 252-3504, 298-5695, 645-5161.

ADMINISTRATIVE Secretary bookkeeping knowledge, Opportunity Employer, apply in person Brentwood Rehabilitation Center, 500 Beaverdam Road. ALL JOBS GUARANTEED SNELLING and SNELLING Where New Futures Begin 254-0921 First Union Bank Building APPLY, 119 8 Sweeten Creek Road behind Consolidated Metals. No phone calls. ARCHITECTURAL DETAILER Responsible for preparing approval drawings and shop prints for tial construction products. Must have two years drafting experience plus at least one year drafting or in architectural construction work, Knowledge of roofing helpful.

Salary $156 per week. W.P. Hickman Company, An Equal Opportunity Employer. Please apply in person to Employment Security Commission, 48 Grove Street, Asheville, N.C. ARTIST MUST have agency or in house perience, will in short time manage department.

AcceleRATED PERSONNEL 610 Northwestern Bank 254-8824 ATTENTION GIRLS Mrs. Rheida Morton will be interviewing young ladies, 18 and over to travel Florida, Hawaii, Alaska and return. All expenses paid during training. $560 to start thereafter, new car transportation furnished. Drivers license helpful.

This is for immediate employment. This is not residential soliciting. For appointment for interview, call Mrs Morton at 254- 0805, 5 to 9 p.m., Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Parents welcome at view. 652-2125 and ask for Director of Nursing Service.

ATTENTION! R. L.P.N.'S POSITIONS AVAILABLE 3-11 11-7 EXCELLENT working conditions and fringe benefits. Openings on MedicalSurgical and Obstetrical Floors. For further information call Marion, N.C. REWARD Fredrickson Motor Express will pay $10,000 for Information leading to the arrest and viction of persons or person responsible for burning our trucks on October 30, 1974.

Report to the Asheville Detective Department. Opportunities 7 TO 3. 3 to 11 orderly, also 3 to 11, 11 10 7 LPN aides, 3. to 11 experience full time or necessary, time. Call needed 274-2334 between 0 and 3 p.m.


fragrances. lewelry, plus family needs new low prices. Call 253-0592 for territory in Yancey. Madison, Buncombe. Hay wood.

Henderson. Polk counties or write Avon, Box 021. Skyland. N.C. 20776 BOOKKEEPER, experienced through trial balance.

Secure position, provision with potential for advancement, Salary commensurate with experience. Apply in person, Armbruster Manufacturing Company. 124 Smathers Street, Waynesville. BUS DRIVERS, full and part time, apply in person, 043 Riverside Drive. CERTIFIED DENTAL ASSISTANT Respond to box C-043.

Care Asheville Citizen Times. CLAIMS ADJUSTER interview now! $12. 000 up. Experienced. Greet WNC location.

252-6411 KOGEN PERSONNEL co*ckTAIL WAITRESS BARTENDER Apply Holiday Inn -Central, Duffy' Tavern, no phone calls please. COMBINATION paint and body man. must have own tools. Experienced only, 083-2150. DEPENDABLE HAIRDRESSER.

Full or part time. For an interview call 067-1642 or 252-9059. EXPERIENCED COOK for Rest Home in Candler, N.C. Call 067-5424. EXPERIENCED sales people for Sunday work at Bon Marche in the Asheville Mall.

Apply Bon Marche Personnel Department, third floor, downtown, EXPERIENCED sewing machine operators needed for first shift. Apply at Conrad Industries, Weaverville Highway at Reems Creek Road. FRONT DESK Good typing opens the door to this nice position in medical community. Receptionist, transcription. $100.

KOGEN PERSONNEL FULL TIME licensed real estate salesman. Top commission. Experience preferred. Call Bill Scroggs, Hearthstone Realty, 254-6167. GOOD Dependable man wanted for good winter job, call 274-2336.

GOT THE "No Money for Back to School" Blues? How about part time job that will make you $50.00 to $100.00 per week? We need ten part time and five full time sales giris this month. 274-0604, 10 to 12 noon. Monday through Thursday. INSURANCE SECRETARY Your good commercial line expertise opens the door. 252-6411 PERSONNEL INVENTORY CLERK take calls from sales staff, Invoice, post, intercom munications.

Flexible hours. $110. Call 252-6411 KOGEN PERSONNEL JANITOR NEEDED. Part Time. Must be sober and healthy.

Call 274-7683. KENNEL man, permanent full time mature, for animal hospital, local references requested, call 253-7205, 12 to 2 p.m. only or write 15 Banks Avenue, Asheville. MALE or female, domestic to clean offices from 12:30 to 5:30 daily and 8 to 12 Saturdays. Must be honest, sober, and reliable.

Must have own transportation. Send full resume to Box 251 stating salary desired and when available. MANAGEMENT TRAINING NATIONAL firm offers fine OJT program 10 outgoing, intelligent H.S. graduate Learn all facets and move up. All promotions from within.

Start $500. Great benefits. Good hours. No Saturdays. Call 252-6411 KOGEN PERSONNEL MEAT cutter, apprentice or man with some knowledge who would like to learn, regular employment, good fringe benefits, Apply Candler Supermarket.

NEED Extra Cash? Holidays coming up, why not apply for interesting, exciting sales position with Sarah Coventry Jewelry. 669-2283, 684-6302, 255-8429, 667- 9380. NEEDED IMMEDIATELY TWO EXPERIENCED CARD FIXERS AND TWO EXPERIENCED CARD FRONT VENDERS. SYSTEM OPERATION. TOP PAY AND BENEFITS.

APPLY IN PERSON TO: PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT, BEACON MANUFACTURING COMPANY, SWANNANOA, N.C. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. ONE FULL- TIME RN for the 3 to 11 shift, one part-time RN to rotate shifts. cellent fringe benefits, competetive salary. Apply in person at Brentwood Rehabilitation Center, 500 Beaverdam Road.

OPPORTUNITY SECURITY PERMANENT, SECURE position training program leads to managerial assign, rapid advancement, comfortable starting salary, future earnings well above average, work consists of helping people with their financial problems, inside and out of the office, business is steady, good during prosperity, depression or more. See Mr. Hill, GFC poration, 33 Patton Avenue, Asheville, N.C. OUTSIDE Sales Lady to call on business officies. Good appearance and sonality.

Age 25 to 40. Apply: Talman Office Supplies, Inc. 101 Patton Avenue. OWNER-OPERATORS ONLY TRAILERS, TIRES PROVIDED BY MALONE. POTENTIAL TO $48,000 PER YEAR.

MUST MEET DOT REQUIREMENTS. MINIMUM ONE YEAR OVER THE ROAD DRIVING EXPERIENCE WITH TRACTOR AND TRAILER. MUST BE AT LEAST 25 YEARS OLD. MALONE FREIGHT Lines, Inc. wants to lease your tractor for year round dry freight hauls running in 20 Eastern seaboard states.

Wives ride with your husband with written permission. Run loaded both ways. Nonseasonal. Plenty of time at home. Recent rate increases, prompt payment each week.

Call Birmingham, Alabama collect 205-323-6721. Equal Opportunity Contractor. deb Opportunities immediate need will de LEGAL SECRETARY, pend on you To $120 experienced. Call KOGEN PERSONNEL LIVE Modest Assist salary. FEE elderly PAID.

lady. Call Light 252-6411 duties. KOGEN PERSONNEL PART map drafting with and typing. inking Must have experience equipment. Call 274-7711 weekdays.

RECEPTIONIST. Busy office needs person with medical experience. General office duties. No Saturday or nights! 252- MI1 KOGEN PERSONNEL GREET CALLERS, general duties include payroll, correspondence, bookkeeping. Call 252-6411 KOGEN PERSONNEL SALES HOSTESSES Needed.

Part time. till p.m. Kentucky Fried Chicken, Hours 3 flexible. Apply a do in person: 2 p.m. South Tunnel Road.

No phone calls please. SALES CAREER WITH SALES MANAGEMENT OPPORTUNITIES IF YOU are thinker, a responsible nonconformist besides being friendly and energetic; it you are managing I now or can be trained to manage people. want to hear from you. Our dynamic new training program allows you to begin learning our business in your spare time, while still at your present job. Then move 10 full time sessions with training salaries available to all participants.

Our managers incomes average more than $20.000 per year. Unlimited commissions and all the fringe benefits, Call 803-271- 3400 9a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, INVESTORS DIVERSIFIED SERVICES. SALES PART TIME, MEN'S PREFERRED.

CLOTHING BUT EXPERIENCE NOT NECESSARY. MANY EMPLOYEE BENEFITS. APPLY IN PERSON 10 TO ROBERT HALL CLOTHES 3 South Tunnel Road The Asheville Mall Top typing but no shorthand required for medical field professionals. Public contact here. range.

Hurry 252- KOGEN PERSONNEL MUST have experience in burgular and INS INSTALLATION SECURITY SYSTEMS MANAGER fire alarm installation. Should have supervisory abilities. Work in Asheville and surrounding area. Must pass ridgid security investigation. Rapid advancement with above average pay.

For Contidential interview send name, address, telephone number to Box R-057, care Asheville Citizen- Times. All employes know of this ad. TOOL GRINDER Form grind intricate carbide screw machine dovetail form tools, ets. To Call collect 404-427-3708 Atlanta, Georgia area TYPIST Responsible position in lovely offices. Start at $90.

Raise three months. Call 252-6411 KOGEN PERSONNEL WAITRESS AND CASHIER Girls to work part time, day shift Monty's of Arden. Apply 2 till 4 p.m. weekdays. WANTED experienced Water and Sewer Superintendant, minimum of five years experience.

Send resume to Mr. Joe Durham, Cooper Construction Company, P. O. Box 806, Hendersonville, N.C. or call (704)692-7238.

Benefits available. Salary commensurate with ability, WANTED Three ladies to work and train in massage beauty aids. Under registered therapist. For ladies only who want a promising future. Call 692-1188 Hendersonville.

WANTED high school girl to live in five days, call 645-5748. WANTED: Executive Director for Child Development Program, individual must be college graduate, preferable with graduate work or masters and at least five years experience in early childhood. administration and planning. Will be responible for a seven county child development program with offices in Sylva, N.C. Will directly supervise a central office and be administratively responsible for over 100 employees in 20 child development centers.

A transportation program and other auxiliary vices. Must have knowledge of contracting, grantmanship, and physical matters. Will oversee a $2,000,000 project funded by 15 funding sources. Applications are to be submitted to: Mrs. Christine Corpening, Chairman of Southwestern Child Development Commission, Incorporated; Graham County Department of Social Services, Robinsville, N.C.

28771 by September 25, 1975. Positions Wanted DEPENDABLE, WELL KNOWN. Wants to be elected to city council, September 23, RUSSELL E. (FARMER RUSS) OFFHAUS. Paid political advertisem*nt AVON customers needed.

Brush Creek Road, Cane Creek Road area. Jenny Johnson, 628-1156. TOP Management Executive with 15 years experience in garment manufacturing. Wishes to return to Asheville area. will consider similar position or new challange, Reply 209 Pinecrest Drive, Chadbourn, N.C.

28431. 215 Schools, Instruction DRIVER'S TRAINING CLASSES conducted by certified instructors. Teenagers and adults enroll now for summer classes beginning June 20. Apply at Anderson Patrol Inc, Suite 319, Parkway Office Building. FRENCH LESSONS By certified native teacher tutoring private lessons and small classes, all levels.

254-5670. LAND OF THE SKY DRIVING SCHOOL. Register Now for teenage classes, beginning October 6, 1975. Phone 258-0425 or 685-7528. PIANO LESSONS NEW TEACHER in Arden area, call now, 684-8622.

SECURITY GUARDS Full and part time Shifts Available Above Average Pay Apply in Person: 319 Parkway Office Building No Phone Calls Please Somers of Statesville; 11 grandchildren and a great-grandchild. Services will be held at 4 p.m. Thursday at Hominy Baptist Church. Dr. C.

Fred Werhan and the Revs. J. H. Lackey, John Knight and John Hicks will officiate. Burial will be in church cemetery.

Pallbearers will be Dewey Campbell, Wayne Gosnell, Harold Peebles, L. C. Ducker, V. 0. Rhodes, F.

C. Miller Dr. Candler A. Willis and Roger Shepherd. Honorary pallbearers will be members of the Buncombe and Haywood County Baptist Ministerial Association and men of the Hominy Baptist Church.

The family will receive friends from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Groce Funeral Home, where the body will remain until placed in the church 30 minutes before services. Memorials may be made to the Hominy Baptist Church building fund. REV. SMITH Sears TELEVISION REPAIRMAN Prior experience necessary.

Good starting salary and excellent benefits. Apply in person to Sears personel office, Monday through Friday, 10 A.M. to 5 P.M.. No phone calls please. An Equal Opportunity Employer.

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