Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 10, 1975 · Page 5
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 5

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 10, 1975
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5A --August 10,1975 Carte***. Aest Yxyfi* Carbide Promotes Fayette Man The Carbide Alloy plant has promoted C.M. Bess, senior clerk in the rates and records department, to supervisor of employment. Bess, a native of Fayette County, joined the company in 1969. He was graduated from Fayetteville High School and attended Concord College. He and his wife, the former Anita Canterbury, live in Fayetteville. Chales W. Hatfield, a native of Charleston and a graduate of Stonewall Jackson High School, has been appointed manager of the Campbell Soup frozen food plant in Omaha, Neb. Hatfield has been with the company since 1965. He is a graduate of Carnegie- Mellon University with a bachelor's degree in civil engineering. He lieves with his family in the Omaha area. Harless Printing Co. of St. Albans has received the Mark of Excellence award from Kimberly-Clark Corp of Wisconsin for publication of Royal Family News magazine for a grou of Eastern Oldsmo- bild dealerships. The award was presented to Darrell Harless, president of the company, and to Jack Harless, vice president. Harless was nominated for the award by the Charleston office of Copco Papers. the new state industrial development representative for the District 3 area covering Clay, Nicholas, braxton, Marion, Webster, Lewis, upshur, Randolph, Barbour, Gilmer, Harrison, Pocahontas, Roane, Calhoun and Taylor counties. Stewart is former managing director of the Greater Parkersburg Chamber of Commerce. He is a graduate of West Virginia University. The SH Foundation of the Sperry and Hutchinson Co. donated more than $697,- Paul Eugene Stewart of Parkersburg is Ohio Coalcon Bid Tied To Energy Bill Okay By Robert E. Miller COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Ohio's bid for a $142.3 million Coalcon coal gasification plant would be in good shape if the House goes along with a new Senate-approved energy bill, officials say. The House meets Monday afternoon to act on the measure which has as one of its major provisions a tax abatement plan aimed at luring Coalcon into southeast Ohio. House Speaker Vernal G. Riffe Jr., D- New Boston, predicted the House will concur promptly, sending the bill directly to Gov; James A. Rhodes, whose signature would make it immediately effective. Although Ohio is among half a dozen states competing for the plant, which will develop technology to turn solid coal into synthetic natural gas, Rhodes and other officials generally regard West Virginia as their major competitor. The Mountain State has an abundance of coal and its government already has enacted tax breaks for Coalcon, a consortium of companies which includes Union Carbide Corp. and Chemico, a subsidiary of General Tire and Rubber Co., Akron. Carbide has its sprawling Carbide and Carbon Division at South Charleston, W.Va. . Rhodes wants to provide tax abatement for 30 years for Coalcon if it picks Ohio as the site under its $237 million contract with the U.S. Energy Research and Development Agency. The property tax as well as the state's corporate franchise tax would be abated. West Virginia Gov. Moore already has signed into law a bill that would exempt the facility from that state's 1.65 per cent gross revenue tax. He also said the state would forego collection of its severance tax on coal, which is $3.65 per hundredweight. Sen. Michael J. Maloney, R-Cincinnati, said Ohio has six sites among 16 under consideration by Coalcon, which is to announce its decision by the first of the year and possibly as early as October. Maloney said the facility would bring almost immediate benefits to the state's economy by creating about 1,400 new jobs. As it is developed, it could be expected to be a boon to many Ohio industries that face severe natural gas curtailments starting this winter, he added. The Ohio sites under consideration are scattered among Belmont, Monroe, Jefferson and Scioto Counties and all but one in Belmont are along the Ohio River. Besides the tax abatement scheme, the energy bill also empowers a newly created Ohio Energy Resources and Development Agency to make loans for Ohio's gas burning industries to convert to coal for other types of energy development. The loans would be financed with revenue bonds and notes. Further, the bill empowers the new state agency to construct power plants, gasification and fuel refinery facilities, or "any other facility for the development or conservation of energy." held over one week! 41ST ANNUAL | - CHILDREN'S PHOTOGRAPH CONTEST Your child" s special smile can win a 2500.00shopping spreein ourstore... we'll photograph your child at special contest prices and enter an extra picture in the contest at no extra charge! Enter.. call or bring your child to our Photo Solon soon. 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