Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 27, 1976 · Page 41
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June 27, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 41

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10D--June 27. 1976 Gazette-Mail , West Virginia Area Businesses Promote., Appoint New Officials Robert L. Anderson, a Carbide group leader in research and development here, will be given the Award of Merit and named a fellow of the American Society lor Testing and Materials. The presentation will be made Wednesday in Chicago at the executive meeting of ASTM committee on analysis and testing, of which Anderson is a member. William Poland has joined the Carbide investment recovery department here as project manager for surplus equipment. He transferred here from the Linde division operation in Florence, S.C. Poland is an electrical engineering graduate of Newark College in New Jersey, where he started with the company in 1955. Carbide has promoted James Miller of St. Albans to senior staff engineer in the engineering department at the South Charleston Technical Center. He has been with the company since 1947. Jewel Lambert Carte, trust officer at Kanawha Banking Trust, attended the two-week institute sponsored by the Southeastern Tru^t School of North Carolina Bankers Assn. in cooperation with Campbell College at Buies Creek, N. C. Named manager of manufacturing at the Amcar division plant of AC'F Industries in Huntington is John L. Bowers, who is responsible for all production opera- Anderson Poland Mrs. Carte Bowers Workman Sizemore Oil Firms Plead Innocent *""'' p T n Captured in Georgia lions at the rail car building facility. Bowers began his career with ACF in 1957 as a laborer in the Huntington plant. He attended Marshal! University and the University of Kentucky. Armco has named two new mine superintendents in the Robin Hood division in Boone County. They are Dewey A. Workman at No. 9 mine and John A Sizemore at No. 8 mine, both in Twilight. Ferris B. Hardee Jr., formerly of Macon. Ga.. has been appointed manager of the Charleston office of Monroe Calculator Co. April Lynn Nickell of Gauley Bridge has become commercial loan officer for Firsi Union Bank in Charlotte, N. C. Miss Nickell holds a master's degree in business administration from Wake Forest University. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Nickell of Gauley Bridge. Commencement speaker last Sunday at the National Business College in Roanuke. Va.. was James T. M i l l e r , senior vice- president of Kanawha Banking Trust. He is an honors graduate in accounting from the90-vear-old institution. George R. Pauley. son of the Rev. and Mrs. George R. Pauley of Dunbar. has been named assistant director of the division of equipment in the Kentucky Department of Transportation at Frankfort. In Price Fixing Charge BALTIMORE (AP) - Ashland Oil Co. and.six other independent oil companies, a trade association and four individuals have entered pleas of innocent on charges of fixing the price of gasoline in the Mid- Atlantic states. The pleas were entered Friday before U.S. District Court Judge C. Stanley Blair, who set March 14, 1977, as the tentative start for a trial expected to take about two months. Besides Kentucky-based Ashland, those pleading innocent were the Society of Independent Gasoline Marketers of America (SIGMAi: Amerada Hess Corp. of New York; Continental Oil Co. of Connecticut; Crown Central Petroleum of Baltimore; Kayo Oil Co. of Tennessee; TheMeadville Corp, of Pennsylvania, and the Petroleum Marketing Corp. of Virginia. Individuals pleading not guilty to the charges were Robert R. Gavin, 54, the executive director of SIGMA: Norman Gold- berg. 49. senior vice president of Amerada Hess; W.H. Burnap, 59, of Continental Oil, and Charles J. Luellen, 40, a group vice president of Ashland Oil. The men were released on personal recognizance bonds and given permission to travel without restriction. According to the seven-page indictment, handed up after an 18-month federal grand jury investigation, the seven gas firms allegedly conspired from 1967 to November 1974 to use SIGMA as a clearing house through which they exchanged gas-pricing information. The effect of that, according to the indictment, was to raise and maintain gas prices at noncompetitive levels. If convicted, the individual defendants face a maximum of one year in prison and a $50,000 fine, while the corporations and the association face a maximum fine of $50,000. BREMEN, Ga. ( A P ) - Authorities apprehended a federal fugitive who had escaped from the John F. Kennedy prison in West Virginia, police said Saturday. He was identified as Doyle Caldwell, 20. No d e t a i l s of the c a p t u r e were immediately available. Caldwell and another inmate, identified as Robert G. Kepner of Montgomery, Pa., escaped from the Kennedy Center May 31. Caldwell, who is from Villa Rica, Ga., was serving a sentence for auto theft. Kepner has not been apprehended. Manchin to Plant Tree A. James Manchin, former state REAP director and Secretary of State nominee on the Democratic ticket, will plant a magnolia tree today on the lawn of St. Timothy's Lutheran Church in South Charleston. Manchin said the tree will be planted in memory of Charles Hagerman III of South Charleston, who was recently killed in a traffic accident in that city. AGAR CANNED HAM $799 .5IB. 7 BREASTS SUMMERS ST. CHAS. MOM. 9:30-9 TUE.-SAT. 9:30-5 Summery! T SHIRTS $099 GOODSaKTION OF COOL SUMMER T'S INASST'D STYLES AND COLORS. 3 ! CLEARANCE! SWIM SUITS $099 AND UP CASH IN ON SAVINGS ON THESE GREAT LOOKING 2 PC. SWIM SUITS JR. SIZES. MEN'S SWIM TRUNKS $100 ^STYLED SWIM TRUNKS IN ASST'D COLORSAND STYLES S,M,L,XL 1 SMLXL BOYS' TANKS COTTON AND NYLON WITH NUMBER ON FRONT AND BACK $159 1 SIZES 3-7 SIZE 8-16 $1.99 GIRLS' SHORTS $159 100% POLYESTER SOLID BRIGHT 'COLORS IN ·SIZES 6-14 * Cool Duo T A N K , S H O R T S No-Fuss GREAT LOOKING SHORTS AND TANKS AT A FANTASTIC PRICE. WIDE SELECTION OF MATERIALS AND STYLES. TANKS 5 1 96 SML SHORTS M°° SLIGHT IRR. Keep Cool! HALTERS, MIDRIFFS Easy-Care $176 1 Of polyester-cotton. Several designs to choose in prints . . . colors. MEN'S POLO SHIRTS $100 SLIGHT IRREGULARS IN FASHION COLORS VALUES TO $2.99 1 S,M,L,XL BOYS' SHORTS $129 100% POLYESTER IN SOLID COLORS SIZES 4 TO 7 VAL. TO 3.99 1 PICNIC BLANKET $449 GREAT LOOKING SHEET BLANKETS IN A FULL 70" x 90" SIZE 4 WHOLE FRYER LEGS FRYER THIGHS FRYER DRUMSTICKS FRYER LIVER GUNNOES SAUSAGE IB. IB. ARMOUR STAR BOLOGNA GROUND 3 If. OR MORE By c CHUCK #36 P* 4\ CANTALOUPES 59 1 IB. LB. 2% MILK 39 GAL. GOLDEN ISLE or DAIRY LANE ICECREAM GAL. f KING SIZE BREAD SINGLE LOAF 39' I 20 01. Loaves ARMOUR STAR HOT DOG OR HAMBURGER BUNS j 1 HOT DOGS OR 39'. EACH CHIP DIP 12 oz. pkg. SOUR CREAM TWIN POPS 12 ct. Pkgs. 79 KEY MARKET 2501-lst be Kitro. W Va. KEY MARKET tliim Creek. W Va BUFFALO KEY MARKET Rnffalo. W. Va HARRY FORD KEY MARKET 5339 Midland Or, Rand. W Va. RISK'S I SAHIEY'S KEY MARKET KEY MARKET 5231 MacCorkle foe I 4909 MacCorkle «»e KjDJlwa City W Va I S Charleston W Va GREGORY'S KEY MARKET 504 Campbells Ck Dr. Charleston. W. Va. KEY MARKET Cabin Cieek W Va MASON'S KEY MARKET Seth. W. Va. WINFIELD KEY MARKET Wnfield, ». Va LACY'S KEY MARKET It. 114 l.-MMdii 8wk Charleston, W. Va. SHOP YOUR LOCAL KEY MARKET PRICES GOOD THROUGH SUWAYJOWiy WE HONOR USDA FOOD STAMPS ALL ITEMS SUBJECT TO STOCK AM KUVERY QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED

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