Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 23, 1972 · Page 15
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 15

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 23, 1972
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__ _ /"·-- - Ch KMART WM ViftM, . 'of S. S. named Jack L Durrett a native of South' Charleston, manager of the new 84,000 square foot Kmart discount department store which opens Aug. 17 in Kanawha City Other members of the management team are Charles E Bert of Belford, Ind., co-manag- f; Ja TM. es W. Bellinger of Detroit Mich., A. S. Fantino of Vandergrift, Pa., Ronald W McKee of Pittsburgh, Pa and C, G ^ard of Pittsburgh, all assistant managers. Durrett joined the company's management training program at Huntuigton in 1956. The first fijTS?*TM?* -J«Piter S. Charleston Man to Manage Kanawha City Discount Store - t . o ·· --TM ·** c/ u^/j line discount store in Washington, B.C., in 1962 He has managed' other store" in Bloomibgton, Ind., Atlanta, Ga and Birmingham, Ala, where he was Kmart manager at the time of his appointment here Co-manager Hert started with the company in 1956 and was promoted to store manager in Dallas, Tex., in 1963. He has managed stores in Baltimore, Md., a_nd Washington, D.C. Bellinger, a graduate of Western Michigan University, is former assistant manager of a Jupiter store- in Wheeling. Fantino joined the company in 1970 and was assistant store manager in Tonawanda, N.Y. '' ny's solid bronze award for face value sales of $102,000 of whole life insurance. Phillip L. Kessell of Columbus, Ohio, a former Columbia bas Transmission employe in Charleston, has been promoted to rate analyst for Columbia Gas System at Marble Cliff, Ohio. Everett B. Motley of Billiard, Ohio, a former Columbia em- ploye in Charleston, has been promoted 1 to senior rate analyst at Marble Cliff. Lee W. Call, president of America's Center for Employment Agency with offices here, has declared a quarterly dividend of 50 cents per share payable Aug. 1 to stockholders of record July 15. - * HERT BELLINGER FANTION MCKEE WARD tion of America. Divorce One, Kill Two, Wed Three URBINO, Italy-(AP)-A man finishing a 25-year prison term for murdering his second-and illegal-wife, obtained a divorce from hit first spouse so he could lawfully marry a third woman. McKee", who started with the companjt:--ih Pittsburgh in 1969 was pigpoted to assistant store manager of Kmart in Erie, Pa. Warpy;'a .graduate of Point Park College in Pittsburgh, began hiS""Kresge career here in March. Piedmont Airlines has pur- Monsanto Co. reports for the quarter ended June 30 a 5 per cent sales increase and a 4 per cent gain in net income. Consolidated sales for the period were $564.8 million in 1972 and $539.8 million in 1971. Net income in the 1972 quarter was $31.8 million, equal to primary earnings of 91 cents per share. Comparable year-earlier income was $30.5 million or 88 cents per share. Critics of the 4 per cent failure of FHA's low-income subsidized home purchases, who ignore their 96 per cent success are "looking down the wrong chased two additional 737 jets to go into service later this year for a total of 45 aircraft, includ- OvprfhrftW Plnf ing 15 jets and 30 turboprops V ^ Y ^ 1L111 "" A lut says Tom Davis, president. The Boeing seats 90 passengers . Earlier this month, Piedmont reported the best second quarter in its history. Youngstown Sheet and Tube Co. has appointed Floyd B. Aliucci manager of mines and Jasper E. Green superintendent of the Dehue mine. Green is a former Island Creek mine manager in West Virginia and a former Princess Ccal foreman at Mallory. Aliucci went to work for Island Creek in 1966 as a division superintendent. He attended Fairmont State College and studied mining at West Virginia University and Pennsylvania State University. Hugh J. Thompson Jr. of Charleston will be cited Monday at the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance convention in Milwaukee, Wis., for second place in personal sales volume amounting to over $11 million. Jerry S. -Williams of Charleston, representative of Combined STRIP! Foiled, Sudan Chief Claims KHARTOUM, Sudan- (AP)Sudanese President Jaafar el Numairi said Saturday that a 3lan by a group of former poli- icians and young officers to remove him from power was foiled three days earlier. He said at a ceremony marking he first anniversary of the crushing of a Communist-inspired coup' a year ago that he would land the latest plotters over to he people so they could punish ;hem. Numairi said: "The plotters ncluded politicians of the former political parties, some officers and some organizations which operate from outside the county to undermine the revolution." He also attacked almost all the government ministries accusing them of corruption and shortcomings. Numairi gained power by a coup in 1969. Many Danish Bathers Wear Only Their Tan at the Beach COPENHAGEN-W-Let the modest and the shy be warned: Don't go to a Danish public beach this summer if you feel nudism should be limited to isolated, fenced-off areas. A current heat wave propelled this nation into full bloom of what had been slowly coming over the last few years, and it is' no use these days' to cry police if the people next to you in the sand shed bathing suits and go swimming in the nude. Whether you go to a crowded beach just outside Copenhagen or to the dunes of Northern Jutland, bathing in the nude is in this summer. And practically: everywhere police say they| haye not the slightest intention of intervening. At least three of the biggest, most popular, public beaches in Denmark have officially been declared open to nude bathers, and everywhere else it is something you do if you feel like it. NUDE BATHERS* are still in the minority, but a quick tour of beaches within a couple of hours drive from Copenhagen indicated peaceful coexistence between those who do and those who don't feel like bathing suitless. "It's funny, the first time you do it, it is a hard decision," sai a young girl who walked nakec as Eve on Hornbaek Beac north of here. "But after In first time, you just do it." WEST VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS NOTICE OF RELOCATION ASSISTANCE The West Virginia Department of Highways is planning to award a contract for the construction of Project S-62 (4) in Kanawha County extending from a point that begins at the limits of the interchange with Project 1-79-1 (26) 7 at Wills, West Virginia on the property of the Dawson heirs to a point on West Virginia Route 4 and U.S. Route 119 at the intersection with the Aaron Fork - Frame Road (Local Service Road Number 43), a distance of approximately 1.19 miles. Negotiations for the acquisition of the properties involved are scheduled to begin July 24, 1972. The Department of Highways has a Relocation Assistance Program to advise the occupants in this area of their eligibility to receive moving and replacement housing benefits. Any occupant contemplating moving from the project area should, to insure eligibility for moving and j replacement housing payments, notify the Department of Highways before moving. An owner-occupant must sell to the Department of Highways to be eligible for relocation benefits. A relocation field office, which pertains to Project 1-79-1 (26) 7 in Kanawha County, will also serve the reloca- tees from Project S-62 (4). This office has been established at the former residence of Alma G. Fields, near the intersection of Little Sandy, Wills Creek, and Aoron Fork Road. Relocation brochures and listings of properties for sale and/or for rent will be available to all persons regardless of race, color, religion, sex or notional origin. The relocation office will be open Monday through Friday from 8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. with the exception of Tuesday which will be 8:30 A.M. to 7:30 P.M. The telephone number is 965-5082. B.J.Adams, R/wA«*nt W«t Vkflini* Department ·{ Highways MHKIII BIG FASHION NEWS THIS FALL... RICH LEATHERS ... SUPPLE SUEDES.. .ALL MADE IN THE U.S.A. Leather up! Join the suede brigade! There's a whole gang of butter-soft suedes and leather coats for Young Men, Women and Young Women at Frankenberger's. And they're all made in the U.S.A. It's the big fashion news for fall 1972. (A) Misses suede and leather combination boot-length coat, 145.00; (B) Split cowhide C.P.O. jacket with contrast stitching. Moose brown or navy, 55.00; (C) Juniors suede boot- length coat with contrast stitching, shoulder caps. Red or Brown, 140.00 LEATHER MEET MRS. HARRIET PARKER FASHION A CARE CONSULTANT, ON TUESDAY, JULY 25 Mrs. Porker, representing Leather Industries of America will be appearing at Frankenberger's all day Tuesday, offering Suede and-Leather fashion advics plus timely tips for proper care and cleaning techniques as prescribed by Leather Industries of America.

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