Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 13, 1972 · Page 25
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August 13, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 25

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SB--Aug. 13, 1972 CONSOL Sunday Gazette-Mail ChtriWton. WM VlrthiU Shepperd Transferred To Moundsville Office Consolidation Coal Co. has transferred Jesse L. Shepperd, vice president of underground operations of the Hanna Division, Cadiz, Ohio, to vice president of the Ohio Valley Division at Moundsville. Morgan Williams of the Midwestern Division at Pickney- ville, 111., will replace Shepperd at Cadiz, and John Jenkins, project engineer at Evansville, Ind., will become vice presiden of operations for the Midwestern Division, succeeding Williams. SHEPPERD TRIGAUX George A. Trigaux, a native of Charleston and a former Carbide engineer in Kanawha Valley, has joined Firmenich, international manufacturer- of perfume and flavor compounds, as executive vice president of the company's U.S. operations. Bean Pledges Employment For Blind PARKERSBURG -- Speaking for Democratic gubernatoria candidate John D. Rockefeller IV, Ralph J. Bean Jr. promisee Saturday that the "Rockefeller administration would act with imagination and determination in developing programs that woulc create more jobs for blind and handicapped West Virginians." In an address to the annua convention of the West Virginia Federation of the Blind, Bean said that state governments must make every effort to guarantee equal employment opportunities to the handicapped. Bean, who is chief of the election division in the Secretary ol State's office, also promised that the Rockefeller administration would ask the legislature for new laws that would make it easier for handicapped West Virginians to vote. Exhibits Planned By Playgrounds Charleston Parks and Recreation Commission playground: will exhibit arts and crafts made during the summer from noon to 5 p.m. Tuesday. Second A v e n u e Community Center will be the location for the West Side playgrounds exhibition and St. Agnes will be the site for the East Side playgrounds. Soviets Big Builders MOSCOW-OB-Tass, the official government news agency, said in an article titled "The Whole Country Is Construction Site" that a b o u t 9,500 apartments and one of two industrial plants are completed in the Soviet Union each day. Trigaux moved to New York in 1955 to assume management of several new product developments by Carbide. He lives with his family in Weston, Conn. Four Charleston area bankers attended the summer session of the School for Bank Administration at the University of Wisconsin. They are Paul V. Cunningham of Kanawha Valley Bank, Thomas E. Bennett of First National Bank of South Charleston, Egbert L. Burton of the National Bank of Commerce and Louis E. Dodd of Charleston National Bank. Thbmas A. Bradford, Charles- ion representative of New York Life Insurance, has qualified for the 1972 Presidents Council as a result of his sales record. Bradford is among the company's 525 agents who have quali- fied this year out of · total of 8,500 agents. Thomas B. Lilly of Nitro has qualified as a registered representative of John Hancock Distributors, broker dealer for John Hancock mutual funds. Lilly is brokerage supervisor for the insurance company's district office in Charleston. James P. Hunter, life division general agent for Aetna Life Casualty in Charleston, attended a one-week advanced financial planning seminar at the company's home office in Hartford, Conn. Sheldon B. Kingston, general agent of New England Mutual Life Insurance Co. Charleston agency, attended a special equity training seminar at the company's home office in Boston. Dollar General Corp., which has stores in West Virginia, achieved record sales and earnings during the first half of 1972, reports President Cal Turner of the Scottsville, Ky., based dry goods chain. Net income for the first six months of 1972, totaled $840,829, or 35 cents per share, on net sales of $28,025,171, compared with net income of 1719,091 or 32 cents per share, on net sales of $25,712,387 for a similar period last year. WE PROMISE YOU VALUE MONEY CAN BUY You'll make your promise soon. And we make ours now... to give you the best diamond value for your money. Come in and see our vast selection. Our experts will advise you and help you find the finest diamond for the price. let our modern instruments show you the very heart of the diamond you select. Details of clarity, which affects value, are clearly demonstrated- in our special gem ·microscope. CERTIFIED American Gem Society · 310 CAPITOL ST. ((N.Jrt !o Tht Diombnd j : · KANAWHA CITY p7.1«MocC«rlcl.Ave.,5.E.). JEWELERS 1971, The Kroftr C« Qiiintity Ri|M Items Ml prices Effectiit Thru »u|ujt U, 1972 Morton Chicken, Beef Turkey rOt -W 8-01. Regular or Unscented Anti-Perjpirapt Arria Extra Dry U.S. Gov't Inspected Turkey Drumsticks" 1 Mellow Crisp Sliced Bacon U.S. Gov't Inspected Fresh Ground Pork Turkey Chops Vt Pork Loin Cut Into Fresh Bortlett Pears Kroger Low Fot Milk 2% Hi-Nu Kroger White Bread Superior dedication to hif profession and a genuine concern for his customers can make this man a benefit to you. By insuring your family's income, education, health and home, he can improve the quality of your life and help guarantee all the things that enrich the life of your family. Contact him. Let his ex* perience and proven abilities be beneficial to you and your insurance needs. His company and business associates are proud of him. During the past twelve months this man's professional concern for those he serves earned him an honored place as one of the top producing salesmen in Peoples Life James Hackworth Our Top Reducing Agent 1972 Agency Leaders' Conference James Hackworth, Agent Eastiank,W.Va. 595-4585 PEOPLES LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, WASHINGTON, D.C WitH CIIIM ill SS.M F«re»i«f Dish Dttf rgent lemon i Crystal White Ctuion Eniris Infest 1]. 1172 Sitjltt It liplicillt suit ml Licil suit Til Pepsi-Cola NX 1, . , |H|V«LU»»LC K B O G t B COUPON | fc""" XtliiT*'- 0 *"-' "^ All Purpose Cleaner 6 * oc» COUPON We do ill in inr piwer to have ill our Mm- tised Specials on our shelves when you shop for them. Sometimes, due to conditions he yond our control, we run out of an advertised special. If this should happen to yin, isk it the store office for a RAIN CHECK which in- titles you to the same davertised special it the same special price any time within 2 weeks. 1MM51 IfjuVV /liHlv". tl ..cr^5or.-couVos|ninr| juuFxzrtt~x»o.±'s-: 0 z?, All Purpose Cleaner 6 * "tj, / Giant Sit* ^~" / Best Rite Notebook UJ l ** A ,»,,.d c.i.-. .n d s,». *fflhtt?£js! o5f g ! F O5fv! i 640 " Witli Cou»»n-CouB«n [ipins t«|i»t 11. 117J 5 S w.tn COUD SNJICt t§ (MlJClfell ftiti ^fetf LAM! !·· T*» t5 ·· 1 V*HII 1-Pt. 12-01. Btl. oin Eipirti !l|«st 1| t 1171 iiii suti IK imi MM T« . S .*!'" jHUd-CHHi upmil _sni«ct t iniictin su;i MI i -aiiiy iiuc $109 Witft Cl«MD--Clupln Expirts g|ust 11, U72 tttjICt tl AppliClllll Stltt'lDl Hell SHIS TW. w Delicatessen Special Dutch, French, Italian or Polish Luncheon Loaf Delicatessens are located at the following stores: North Charleston, Charleston Ohio Ave., Kanawha City and! rarkertburfl Plum St.

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