Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 30, 1974 · Page 4
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 4

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 30, 1974
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4% - . 1974 Business: Carbide Sales Up Carbide sales are ninning at a rate close to 40 per cent ahead of last year's second quarter figure" of $962.3 mil. lion, says Board Chairman F. Perry Wilson. This would iadi- . cate probable 1974 second .quarter sales of about $1.3 " million. - Second quarter net income is projected at $2.20 a share as compared with $1.27 for the same period last year. Demands for most of Carbide's major products continue to exceed the corporation's ability to supply them, both in ·this country and other parts of 'the world. Wilson says. . Homer D. Coombs of Elkview, a Carbide South Char- · ieston production manager. . has been named an assistant plant manager of the Institute plant. Coombs replaces Lew Garrison who is transferring to the Technical Center as an associate director in the engineering department. Coombs is a graduate of the University of Maine and has been with the company here since 1950. David R. Hibbs. manager of sales and service lor Cummins Engines of West Virginia, has been elected to the board of the American Truck . Historical Society. Hibbs has been with Cummins for 10 years and is a director and past president of the Charleston Chapter of the West V i r g i n i a Motor Truck Assn. He is a member of the Governor's Highway Safety Board and the West Virginia Highway Users Conference. Meade A. Livesay. former Charleston resident, has been n a m e d vice p r e s i d e n t of Hughes Aircraft Co. in Culver City, Calif. Livesay has been with the company since 1950. He is former associate manager of the Hughes equipment engineering division and head of radar development for the new Air Force F-15 Eagle fighter. He is a graduate of West Virginia University. Stephen 'E, Milam has been named controller of Zapata Coal Corp. with offices in Sharpies. He is former assistant to the treasurer of Carbon -Fuel Co: and is a former employe of FMC and Ashland Oil Co. He is a graduate of Morris Harvey College. Charles F. Fox, Charleston . agent for Kansas City Life In-'- surance, attended the life underwriters meeting in Miami, Fla. Wives of members of the Greater Charleston Home Builders Assn. will hold an organizing meeting at 7:30 p.m. July 9 in the home of Charley Hail, 4511-B, Spring Hill Ave'., South Charleston. Huntington First Federal Savings and Loan is opening a branch in Putnam Village near the Winfield 1-64 interchange. · Part of School Plan Adopted In Jackson R I P L E Y - T h e J a c k s o n County Board of Education has agreed to adopt a portion of the comprehensive education plan submitted by the county's citizens' advisory committee earlier this year. The plan calls for a new high school in Ravenswood and a middle school for Ripley. If the middle school proposal is adopted junior highs at Kenna. Cottageville and Gilmore would be abandoned. Students in grades six through eight would be bused to Ravenswood or Ripley. Ripiey High would be retained as a high school with a middle school constructed nearby. Ravenswood High would become a middle school with a new high school constructed to house grades nine through 12. If the board gives final ap- «. ._proval to the plan, it will be " submitted to the State Department of Education for endorsement. Hamlin-Duval Alumni Sought HAMLIN -- Alumni members of the Hamlin-Duval High School band are being sought to participate in the July 4 parade here. All alumni members are to meet at Hamlln High School one hour before the parade. Instruments will be furnished to those who don't have them. The parade is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. For more information, contact Jerry A. Johnson at * 824-7448 or Jack Browning at. 824-3981. During Internal Revenue Service administration of petroleum price controls in West Virginia. 300 price rollbacks were obtained and $145.000 in overcharges were refunded in the form of lower prices to area motorists, reports James M. MeCallisler, li Stabilization officer. Between last November and June of this vear. IRS re- ceived 1.100 price cotnplaiats and investigated more than 600 gasoline and fuel retailers and distributors. WILSON COOMBS H1BBS LIVESAY JULY CERTIFIED SALES ITEMS ARE YOUR GUARANTEE OF SPECIAL VALUES AND SAVINGS. LOOK FOR THE SUMAAER CERTIFICATION SUMMER CERTIFIED SALE polyester fashion for juniors Soft and supple polyester fashions that love the junior figure. And Hoot Owl has decided to make these fashions even better by putting them on sale! There's three beautiful styles ... Short sleeve, v-neck and side wrap. ... Placket front shirtwaist with side pockets and long ' sleeves ... or Short sleeve shirtwaist with inset waist and softly gathered front tie. All in sizes 5-13. Other assorted styles and fashion'colors. . REG. 28.00 to 32.00 4.99 , , ·?. --, YOUNG W. VA. 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