Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 30, 1972 · Page 29
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July 30, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 29

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JOB--July 30, 1972 'Sunday - · -- . ChirlHton, wttt Vlftlni MOVED Graziani, Fully Recovered., Takes Family Home to Elkins 4 By James A. Hill Philip J. Graziani, now fully recovered from gunshot wounds inflicted by a mystery assailant, has quietly moved with his family back to his hometown of Elkins. A personal friend said two deputy federal marshals accompanied the family early Friday burns were found over a "rather large area of back of the head," one official said later. A short time after the shooting Mrs. Graziani found her husband slumped in a lawn chair on the front porch of their home. He was in a dazed and incoherent condition. Police theorize the ammunition used by the gunman was old and the power weakened with age since a normal .32 caliber bullet fired at close range could easily penetrate the skull into the brain. The slug that struck Graziani at the skull base failed to pen- trate the bones completely and he escaped brain damage. Philip Graziani Returns to Elkins MNSR SCKEEN Th« TAMPA · D2004W Gracefully slim, cabinet in Grained Walnut color. Deluxe Video Range Tuning System. Dipole Antenna. , Super Value at » only The aua/ity goes in are me name ooes on FEDERAL AUTHORITIES later admitted Graziani was a when they left their home at 1708 potential witness in a case pend- Quarrier St. L Deputies have guarded Graziani round-the-clock since the former assistant attorney general was ambushed in front of his home about 12:30 a.m. on April.l. Since that time city and state police and FBI agents have investigated scores of suspects but as far as is known the gunman has not been identified. Graziani was felled by two shots from a small weapon just as the sidewalk from his car parked at the curb. ing against his old boss, former Atty. Gen. C. Donald Robertson. It accounts for the deputy marshals surrounding G r a z i a wherever he goes. Robertson, and former Adminstrator James F. Haught are awaiting trail in federal court on charges of conspiring SHADES DRAWN, HOUSE STANDS EMPTY Graziani Was Felled Left of Driveway. his brother Dana Federal Housing ni Oregonian Waives Hearing In Deaths of 3 on Highway to defraud the government. ! egon man has waived The friend said Graziani still maintained a home in Elkins even though the family moved here in 1960 soon after Robert- SUMMEHf VILLE-W-An Or th caliberjson became attormey general, he stepped to "Phil will practice law mostly in Elkins from now on," the jfriend said, "but will still repre-j Nicholas County Grand Jury o a charge of negligent homicid in the highway deaths Friday three Moundsville residents. Frank Schunk of Portland Ore., Police believe the first shot!sent a number of clients in the' trate NICK'S T V S APPLIANCES S05J * W * SM CtOSS U« S P H O K E 7 7 6 1861 was fired from several feetjCharleston area." away, ripping through the rightj Both state and city police still jaw and knocking him sprawling j have the shooting atop their to the sidewalk. junsQ'lved case lists. As Graziani lay addled on thej "We still get tips on the thing concrete, the gunman is b$-|every once in awhile," said one appeared before Magis J. F. Wynn here anc waived to the grand jury. was released on $500 bond. Victims of the Friday after noon accident on W. Va. 39 near Swiss were Mr. and Mrs. C lieved to have placed the barreljtop investigator. "Also we have^ , , T , , ,, , of a .32 caliber revolver flush;two or three suspects that have' Durrah and Lloyd Reed ' 73 against the base of his skull andjnot been completely exonerat-ii ure ^ ^ 'he accident was. fired the second shot. Powderied." iReed's wife, Eva, 66, who suf- CONGRATULATIONS TO HUGH G. THOMPSON, JR., C.LU. OVER $ 11,000,000 SOLD IN ONE YEAR Establishing new records is "old hat" to Hugh Thompson, Jr. His goal for the agency year which ended May 31, 1972. was $10,000,000. His-actual production was $11,125,422. In May alone he sold $:?.711.187, insuring 55 people. Very few men with any company ever produce Hugh's May volume in an entire year. These totals do not include group insurance or brokerage business written. Hugh is known as the man who owns the Northwestern Mutual record book. He is a dedicated and professional salesman. Hugh Thompson's 18 year record speaks for itself. For example: 1. His total sales have been almnst. SSli.000.000. Few agents in fhe entire lile insurance i n d u s t r y ever approach such a figure in a liletmie of working, l i e seldom has a vear of less than $6,UOU,UUU production. 2. He has-been amonj: the t u p -JM aprenis l o u t of :.0f)0 Northwestern Mutual apem-i in every year lor the past 15 years. This is a tough league in which to he a consistent member. 3. Four times he has hrrn the company's leading atrcnt and seven ot the past 1'2 years he has been either the company leader or r u n n e r up. 4. l-'nr I T c n n s e r u t i v p vpars HP has been a m i a l i f v i n " member of The Million Dollar Round Table. 5 He is a Chartered Lite U n d e r w r i t e r (C. L. r.). 6. Kach year hp conducts Sales Seminars fr.im coast to coast to help other agents. fered multiple injuries, but was discharged from a Montgomery hospital Saturday. The Reeds and Durrahs were en route to a gospel sing at Mt. Nebo near here. Ralph S. Smith, D.D.S. 712 Stockton St., Charleston Phone 343-9131 Announces The Association of Jerry t. Bondurant, D.D.S. With His Office in Th« Practice of General Dentistry McCormick's ms tamo* are our strong suit Why do so many particular people choose to make our diamonds their diamonds? Because we're choosy customers too. When we buy our diamonds, large or small, we look for the very finest color and clarity ... at a price that will represent real value. Let our modern instrument* show'you the very heart of the diamond you select. Details of clarity, which affect value are clearly demonstrated in our special gem microscope. CEtTIFIED ^(r'cEMOLOCIST Registered American Jeweler Gem Society · 310CAMTOLST. · KANAWHACITT JEWELERS LLOYD'S DEPARTMENT STORE SHOP"UOYDS" MONDAY AND FRIDAY NITES'TIL 9 P. M. A U G U S T FIRST QUALITY-FLORAL PRINT NO-IRON SHEETS o REG. 3.49 VAL TWIN FLATS OR FITTED :oo REG. 3.99 VAL FULL FLATS OR FITTED REG. 2.49 PR. PILLOW CASES PAIR REG. 25* EACH, IF PERFECT, DISH CLOTHS 12 $100 FOR ISAVB · ASST. KNITS, WAFFLE WEAVES, TERRY CLOTH. THICK *N' THIRSTY, TERRY VE10UR TOWEL ENSEMBLES itc. SI.M IF F-EIFF.CT m. si.oo IF FIUFECT BATH TOWELS HAND TOWELS REG. 59* WASHCLOTHS Atone w i t h h i s mo;t j i r t i v r work sclifHnlp. H n t h finds l i m p t o p n r i i r i p n l p i n n n m n r n i i e (·omnium l v a c i i v n i c . - . l i p is Prpsirlpnt anrl rn. rounder nl 'IVpni:-,. I n c . HP is a m p t n h p r o! I ' h p (''h P a r k A. R r r r r H i n i i i I ' i i i i i i u » i o i i find lor lour VPS rs U H i l C h a i r m a n . Km 7 \ c M r , » IIP w « s V i p P r p M d r n l ol non prnhi M c M i l l a n Hospital. Huph hfls hppp a DeHcnn in First T r r s h v i p r i a n t liurch. very a c t i v e u i i h M o r r i s H a r x r y Collpcp a n d in past h a s bprn a c t i v r w i t h f h e C n i t p d K n n d . For t h r pasi t w o vpars. IIP has born C h a i r m a n ol C o m m u n i t y RefterrnPiH Task Force lor C h a r l e s t o n A r p a C h a m b e r ol Commerce J l e i s o n p o l in people in I hp country on USI.TA -Ir. Tennis C o u n c i l . In I ( M i l he \va? selected hy the til, s as Charleston's YounR Man of thp Year and was n o m i n a t e d as one of I I I most o u t s t a n d i n g younu men in A m e r i c a . It is with much pleaMirp th.it 1 formally C.L.U., a true great, in the insurance industry. and t h u s pay t r i b u t e to Mr. Huph Thompso.-i, Jr.. Thomas D.Wilkerson,CLU. Genera! Agent Norfhweitern Mutual Life Insurance Company $100 2 $100 3 $100 FOR J. FOR J. A TOUCH OF PURE LUXURY FROM STEVENS _**» REG. 49* IF PERFECT, MORGAN JONES DISH TOWELS It *f THICK-N-THIRSTY PRINTED T E R R Y T O W E L S . fQR REG. $4.99 VAL. IF PERFECT. "CHATHAM" BLANKETS · MACHINE WASHABLE · MACHINE DRYABLE · 72x90 SIZE · 55% RAYON, 45% PURREY POLYESTER · PRACTICAL FOR * 4* A A TWIN OR FULL SIZE. SO MM · WARMTH WITHOUT WEIGHT * / V V 100% NYLON BINDING Z. E A FAMILY SHOES, LADIES' SUMMER DRESS HEELS, OXFORDS, SANDALS, BOWLING SHOES, CLOGS, TENNIS OXFORDS. · GIRLS' DRESS SHOES, SANDALS TENNIS OXFORDS AND OTHERS · MEN'S SANDALS, TENNIS OXFORDS. · BOYS' TENNIS OXFORDS. · VALUES TO $5.99 MEN'S AND LADIES' ZORIES · ASSORTED COLORS · SHOP ANDSAVE AT LLOYD'S ^ ,. RfC. 29- 1 1 «· Value

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