Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 23, 1974 · Page 19
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June 23, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 19

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BUSINESS Community Welfare [s Chamber's Topic The Charleston Area Chamber of Commerce will consider suggestions good for the community and the organization at Wednesday's regular monthly board meeting in the Qaarrier Diner, says President J.D. Moore. Other items on the agenda include "Baseball Night" that will be sponsored by the chamber during a future home MOORE stand by the Charleston Charlies at Watt Powell Park. The West Virginia Safety Council is offering a series of free seminars for employes. We're so close, you could durn near throw a rock from our Bank to the Coonskin Area. 1 Come in and register for free Charlies tickets given away weekly. jUflRflNTY BflNK MUDVILLE, U.S.A. 1628 Washington Street, East · Charleston, West Virginia · Phone: 344-9691 · Member FDIC KOFAK; employers and their repre- ' sentatives on the Occupational Safety and Health Act, says Charlie E. Allard. council executive director. Four-day voluntary compliance seminars will be held July 8-11 at Monongahela Power Co. in Fairmont, July 22-25 at Marshall University, July 29-Aug. 1 at the West Virginia Education Assn., 1558 Quarrier St., and Aug. 19-22 at Parkersburg Community College. Union Carbide has promoted David B. Stanton of Terry Road to group leader in research and development at the Tech Center, Steven Koenig of Gordon Drive to senior distribution analyst in the consolidated distribution department, and William Norton Jr. of St. Albans to head of the chemical engineering department at the Carbide Taft, La., · plant. Norton is the son of William Norton Sr., a 34-year Carbide employe relations staff member in Kanawha Valley. Group leader Stanton is responsible for various process studies in research and development. He joined the company in 1959 and spent a year at the Taft plant on special assignment. Koenig recently transferred to Kanawha Valley from the Carbide New York office. He holds an industrial engineering degree from the Universi- New location downtown, 900 Virginia St. East Phone 345-1130 Shop Monday'til 9 Tuesday-Saturday'til 5 BOLL FUBNITURE'S DRAPERY SALE! Beautiful window treatments do make a difference! Imagine new custom-designed draperies for your home. Last week to save 20% on decorator fabrics! Custom-made draperies give comfortable protection and elegant beauty to your home. At Boll Furniture we've arranged for you to purchase new draperies at savings of 2(K" on decorator fabrics. Our two leading suppliers have agreed to help us supply your fabrics at special prices now during the off- season. Choose your favorites from over 850 different fabrics in every color imaginable ... antique satins, case- ments, prints and sheers . . . All quality fabrics from $2.50 to over S30 per yard. Our designers will assist you with selection, measurements and decorating plans. You'll have draperies created especially for you. Save 20^ on fabrics now during our semi-annual drapery sale. Special prices in effect until Saturday, June 29. Shop now to allow enough time for careful selection and design. Boll Furniture downtown at 900 Virginia St. East. GREEN ty of WisconsiB. He lives with his wife, Sharon, on Gordon Drive. Tt*MOM£C*M*£AttAft STAR VALUES Princess Coal Sales Co. with offices in Huntington has appointed J. Halton Green as vice president of procurement and sales, and George R. Morrison as manager of distribution. Green, who joined the company in 1968, will supervise sales in all markets and will- assist with the development of production in Appalachia. Morrison, a former employe of Island Creek Coal Co., replaces Mrs. Phyllis R. White, who is retiring from Princess after 38 years with the company. The Greater Charleston Home Builders Assn., will hold its dinner meeting at 6:30 p.m. July 2 at the Rose City Cafeteria in South Charleston. Service courses on the Detroit Diesel 71 engines have been completed by William Null of the Carbide Unde Division in South Charleston. Edward Snodgrass of Stockdale Mine Supply and Ivan McCoy of McCoy Diesel Engine Service in Logan. The courses are offered by Ray C. Call in South Charleston, under the direction of David Bohn. The West Virginia Manufacturing Director and West Virginia. . . . Our Time Has Come, publications prepared by the State Commerce Department, have received superior award ratings from the American Industrial Development Council. William C. Preston of Charleston, state chairman of the Jaycees, attended the San Diego, Calif., meeting on operating and sustaining social action programs without primary support from the federal government. West Virginia investments of Northwestern Mutual Life insurance Co. have reached more than $25 million. State investments include $2.7 million in real estate and mortgages on residential, business and institutional, and farm properties, plus $22.2 million in stocks and bonds of West Virginia industries and governmental units, the company says. About 13,500 West Virginians hold Northwestern Mutual policies with insurance protection of more than $314.1 million. The company paid benefits of $8:2 million to state families in 1973, including $1.7, million in death benefits and $3.4 million in dividends. Valuable *PRKES EFFECTIVE THROUGH TUESDAY JUNE 25th 1974! · QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED) SCOT PRIDE SLICED BACON PKC. TURKEY DRUMSTICKS FAIRMONT'S 2% LOJAT MILK · Plastic $ | 29 Gallon I CRISCO SHORTENING 3-LB. $ CAN DoingFine .CINCINNATI, Ohio (AP) Three rare white tiger cubs and an equally-valuable orange male tiger kitten were reported in good health Saturday at the Cincinnati Zoo. The four were born Thursday morning. Their birth was lauded as one of the most remarkable recorded in the United States. Zoo officials were hand-' feeding two of the male cubs-a white one and his orange brother--after Kesari, the mother, rejected them. These two are steadily gaining weight and becoming livelier, officials said. The other two offsprings reportedly were getting close attention from their mother. Eight-year-old Kesari is the descendaant of an Indian-born white male. She had a four-to- one chance of bearing one white kitten. . Only about 30 white tigers are known to exist in the world. Prior to the births this week, the United States had two of the animals. Man Acquitted In Kidnaping Of Woman ANOKA, Minn. (AP ) - A jury on Friday found James W. Johnson innocent of a kid- naping charge in the abduction of Eunice Kronholm, a banker's wife who was held for a $220,00 ransom. The 12-member -jury deliberated more than six hours before acquitting Johnson. 35, a Lakeville housing contractor and one of three men charged in the case. He still faces a federal extortion charge. Mrs. Kronholm, 46, of Lino Lakes, was kidnaped March 15 and walked away unharmed from one of her abductors three day later. Her husband paid a $3900,000 ransom, all but 980 of which was recovered. "HI-C" CANNED DRINKS · ORANGE or GRAPE 46 01. CAN WITH COUPON Chose Sonborn COFFEE 2Lb.C» I.] · EXPRIS SATURDAY June 29,1974! YELLOW

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