Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on September 3, 1972 · Page 4
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Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, September 3, 1972
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4A--Sept. 3, 1972 Sunday Gazette-Mail Charleston, West Virginia BUSINESS City Sales Executives to Meet: */ 7 Bank Vice President Retires William K. "Bill" Burton, executive vice president of the Robert E. Eastman Co. with offices in Detroit, Mich., will address Charleston Sales Marketing Executives at the Daniel Boone Hotel Sept. 12. Burton, who is in charge of the company's Midwest sales, joined the firm in I960. He is a graduate of Michigan State University. The club expects a large turnout for the meeting, says President Paul Miles. W. D. Yeager, vice president of Kanawha Valley Bank, has retired after 42 years of service. He joined the bank's staff in 1930. Yeager has held various supervisory positions in charge of proof, transit, bookkeeping and tellers. He is a graduate of the Stonier Graduate School of Banking at Rutgers University and the National Industrial Conference Board of Personnel Ad-- BURTON YEAGER pointed vice president of sales for the Producers International Corp. in Chicago, 111. I Harvey had been associated' with the Greenbrier for 15 years) until he moved to Chicago last 1 year. J. M. Whelan of Smith's Transfer Corp. at Belle has been elected the new president of the West Virginia Motor Truck Assn. : Other oficers are C. W. Bush of Charleston, secretary-treasur-l er; Charles W. Dawson of Wil-jrrt liamson, first vice president;i _| £(J£ Earl W. Curry of Parkersburg, second vice president: J. Walter Brown of Oak Hill, third vice! president, and Charles H. back of Huntington, fourth vice, president. l Q'i\ffg ^·«1 y Nu-Sash of Charleston is offer-; ^ ing a new replacement entrance 1 PRINCETON* DR. IIAWEY WELLS jYo Tares CS Not Rockefeller Employe, Williams Says Norman Williams, a strip mine opponent who has been critical of the Moore administration, complained Saturday he has been wrongfully portrayed as a Rockefeller employe. Williams was referring to a Friday Daily Mail story which bore a headline saying "Moore Critic's Salary Paid by Rockefellers." Williams said Saturday that *Are Cleared, Wells NELSON Gerald Bradley, a native of door as a result of customer LEGG demands, says Claris Holland, ministration. ; Charleston, has been appointed He and Mrs. Yeager live at [manager of public communica- 814 Ella Ave. They are parents ! tions by Gulf Oil Corp. with of two sons, Robert and John. offices in Pittsburgh, Pa. Bradley joined the company Carl L. Nelson, field supervijin 1963 in the publications and sor for Bankers Life and Cas-j spe cial projects divisions. He ualty here, has completed an wa s named supervisor of Re- advanced management training program at the company's Sales Management Institute in Chica- niques for recruiting, training and supervising sales and service activities of insurance representatives. president of the firm. "They asked for a door that would provide the same type of work- free, money-saving protection and convenience offered by our Nu-Sash windows,' 1 he adds. Custom Stereo, at 41st Street and MacCorkle Ave., SE. is a Wells Jr., unsuccessful Democratic primary candidate for the 4th District Congressional seat, says he has besn cleared of income lax allegations which clouded his campaign. Wells said in a statement Saturday he had received a letter from the director of the state income tax division clearing he explained to Daily Mail newsmen that his salary was paid by the Benedum Foundation and the Laurel Fund--yet the newspaper still reported that the pay came from the Rockefellers. "It was a deliberate attempt to misrepresent the fact," Williams claimed. "I asked them to make a call to Washington i Senior Life Saving Class Offered at '¥' A course in senior life saving will be offered by the Charleston Central YMCA beginning Sept. 11. The course will be held on Monday and Wednesday for four weeks and will cost $10. f , a r, Wey l Jim Marsn wil1 be the instruc- search News in 1970. Alan A. Greenspon of Charles-| 0 fficers. John F" ZieboTd' ancf'j ton, senior sales consultant for!Holmes Morrison, are 1972 grad- --^ ...^., v^,. 10 a , u i ^ u u m lax uwisiun clearing new busmess^Kanawha City. |hj m O f liability for state income Two Kanawha Valley Bank | taxes during the 1960s. Equitable Life Assurance Socie- The program covers tech-ty, will be honored Sept. 15 by the American College of Chartered Life Underwriters in San Francisco, Calif. He said the letter, dated Aug. 29. said he was, "Not subject to uates of the National Graduate: West Virginia"'income tax nor Trust School at Northwestern; was he required to file returns University, Evanston, 111. Elk Horn Coal Corp. with off- Ifor the years 1961 through 1968." Wells had maintained he was * a-ii\~ioi_vs. vjau.1, *-.*·« --.wi n vsuu* v/v/i jj. mill UJLl" i i * i i ii i _ i Greenspon is being cited for ices here is now listed by the " ot . sub( ^ ct to the **** 40 years of service in the insur-American Stock Exchange un jdui-ing those years because he Richard Legg of Cincinnati, ence field and as the first chart-! der the ticker symbol of ECC i worked at the tlme for th e U. S Ohio, son of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Legg of Boomer, has been named "Disco Store Manager of the Year" by Uniroya Merchandising Co. The award is given annually to the retail store manager who has distinguished himself for over-all administrative accomplishments in the company's auto centers throughout the country. Legg is former manager of Robin B o w l i n g Lanes in Charleston and owner of Dick's Tire Center in Smithers. He attended West Virginia Tech. He and his wife, Gleeta, are parents of a son, Timothy. ered life underwriter in West! Virginia. \Wetzel Entrant Queen Mermaid- Public Health service and was stationed only temporarily in 1 the state. Some newsmen confirmed they had been tipped to the tor. For more information, contact the UMCA. to confirm my version of it, but they didn't call." A former deputy state natural resources director, Williams resigned to form the Mid-Appalachian Environmental Service in Charleston. The service is financed by grants of $15,000 a year each from the Benedum and Laurel funds. The money is channeled through a national Conservation Foundation, which happens to get some other monies from various Rockefellers. When the Logan County flood tragedy occurred, Williams was instrumental in forming the independent Citizens Committee to Investigate the Buffalo Creek D i s a s t e r . The Conservation Foundation provided $1,200 for staff expenses of the Citizens Committee. The Citizens Committee issued a report last month that was critical of the Moore administration, among others. Williams said he heard that Moore officials were making inquiries about the financing of his projects. Later, he said, a Daily Mail reporter called him with questions implying he was being paid by the Rockefellers. Williams said he explained he wasn't in any sense a Rockefel- ler employe, but the newspaper went ahead and printed a story Conservation Foundation. About with that implication. In Washington Saturday, Sydney Howe, president of the Conservation Foundation, offered this explaination: The $30,000 a year which supports William's Mid-Appalachian Environmental S e r v i c e comes entirely from the Benedum and Laurel funds, and contains no Rockefeller money. The $1,200 which went for temporary expenses of the flood investigation committee camej from "unallocated funds" of th« one-sixth of funds came these from unallocated Rockefeller donors--so it might be computed that $200 of Rockefeller money was used in the investigation of the Logan tragedy. "This money was donated by uncles of your Jay Rockefeller," Howe said. "Jay had no connection to the donations whatsoever --and furthermore the uncles didn't even know that any of their contrfcutions would be spent in West Virginia." ROSE CITY CAFETERIA SMORGASBORD CHARLESTON 702 Lee St., East 2 LOCATIONS ST. ALUMS 2842 MacCorkle Am, W.W. LUNCH *1" plus beverage DINNER $ 1" ph»s beverage CHILDREN 12* Per Year Thru 10 Years Sunday All Day* I* 9 HOURS: Breakfast 6-9:30 AM; LUNCH 11:30 A. M. to 2 P. M Dinner 4:30-8 P.M. T. A. Galyean, president of!i Tag Talyean Enterprises, hasi been re-elected to represent HINTON-Jean Ann .ri m -"^ re P" orts of a P r obe of Wells'tax West Virginia on the board of, Cobb of New M artinTMall e rw tatus ' a P robe confirm «i by a the Nauonal Automobde Dealers u Wetze. County,' ^s^ TM £A a J^ ^ ch Q Mermaid' Vlll! ment ' b " Don Stillman, a cam- Galyean, who will begin his during J eni cer TMes a P ai S n worke '- for Rep. Ken fourth three-year term as a^ West Virginia Water Festi- Hechler - Hechlcr won the P ri ' director in February, is a mem-| va i here this weekend mar V election, defeating Wells her of the NADA governmental! she is the daughter of Mr a former supporter of Hechler leasing commit-j anc | Mrs. John Cobb and a i and Rep. James Kee. 'freshman at Te.xarkana College i Wells said his lawyers were 'in Texarkana, Tex. i "contemplating legal action" The festival ends Monday with i against Stillman and Hechler. relations and tees. E. Howard Harvey, former director of marketing at thejlog-rolling, archery contests and Hechler said he would have no rreenbrier Hotel, has been ap-!canoe races comment. NAWHA CITTN Kanawha City Savings Loan Guarantees To Increase Your Savings 43.55% * 1977. WEST WASHINGTON 1540 Washington St. W. 47]oM SOUTH CHARLESTON 4710 MacCorkle Avenue, S. W. Corner Vine-Spring Hill OPEN LABOR DAY 9-9 Pick from the largest selection of Quality Only SNEAKERS Perfect for gym or everyday wear. Sizes for men boys in black,white, and colors. CAMPUS SHOES MIX 'EM Pick any two pair marked -^2.99 Women's Magic-suede S*«WK .Chocolate suede-like finish '"rJS/ with qhillie tie and cork L^iU 3 finished crepe sole. Time is money and it's worth even more at Kanawha City Savings and Loan. As of July 15, 1972 Kanawha City Savings and Loan will be compounding the interest in its 5 YEAR Savings Certificate. This lets you earn interest faster than ever before. For example, if you invest $1,000.00 in a 5 Year "Accumulator" savings certificate at 7 1 / 2 %, you'll have $435.57 in interest at the end of 5 years G U A R A N TEED! Open your savings account at Kanawha City Savings and Loan and give your money a well deserved raise. 7 Your savings earn an average return per year of 8.71% on the "Accumulator" Plan. Come in and discuss this plan with us or ask about our five other savings plans. KANAWHA CITY SAVINGS LOAN 40th St. MacCorkle Ave. Charleston, W. Va. 25304 Check Below fj Open a "5 Year Accumulator"Savings Cert. [H Enclosed find check for S D Send More Information on Your Various Savings Plans Mr./Mrs./Miss Mr./Mrs./Miss First Name Initial Last Nam* Soc. Sec. 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