Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 24, 1975 · Page 3
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 3

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 24, 1975
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Wnl ¥k«isi» 3A August 24,1975 S****yi CtartedU. State Savings-Loan League to Meet About 225 persons are expected to attend the annual meeting of the West Virginia Savings and Loan League Sept. 11-13 at The Greenbrier Hotel, says Joseph G. Condry, executive vice president of the league. Speakers will include Robert H. Hazen of Portland. Ore., vice president of the United States League of Savings Associations: Edwin Alexander of Denver, Colo., president of the National Savings and Loan League; Somers H. White of Phoenix. Ariz., and Louis J. Rub. president of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Pittsburgh. Haien Columbia Gas Transmission has promoted Arthur U. Lydick of Charleston to personnel manager of the Hamlin Division, Donna Lou Holdren of Charleston to geologist for the production and storage department, and Paul C. Her- mansdorfer of St. Albans to engineering associate. Carbide has promoted Arthur G. Kraker of Nitro to staff analyst in the computing and telecommunications services depart- ment of Kanawha Valley Regional Computer Center. Lucian Shrader of Charleston has been elected first vice president of West Virginia Public Relations Associates. President is John T. Paxton of Bluefield. Other officers are Donald Crislip of Charleston, second vice president; Rayburn Fraley of Morgantown, treasurer, and Harris W. LeFew of Luke. Md.. secretary. Profik has been updated and published for The profile is available free of charge this year by the Industrial Development up0 n request to Economic Profile. Indus- Division of the West Virginia Department t_ri a i Development Division. B-512. State of Commerce. Capital Complex, Charleston. W.Va. 25305. Alexander Lvdick Hokreu President of the newly formed Raleigh Mall Merchants Assn. is Philip W. Payne of Beckley. Elected with Payne are Robert Obernesser, vice president; Julia Ann Palteson. secretary, and Albert J. Dye, treasurer. Appointed to the West Virginia District Export Council by U. S. Commerce Secretary Rogers C. B. Morton are Warren Cooper, manager of public affairs for Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Corp., and State Commerce Commissioner Ralph D. Albertazzie. The annual West Virginia Economic Account Plan to Start For Recipients of S.S. By Edward Peeks West Virginia Social Security recipients will be given opportunity in October to start depositing their monthly checks directly in a checking or savings account. Checks can be deposited with banks and insured thrift institutions at the direction . of individual recipients. "The direct deposit program is entirely voluntary," said officials of the Social Security Administration in Charleston. + * * "PEOPLE WHO WANT their Social Security and Supplemental Security Income checks to continue coming to their homes shoudln't do anything," they added. "Their checks will keep on coming as in the past. "But people who want their checks mailed to a bank, savings bank, savings and loan association or similar institution, or a slate or federal chartered credit union, can arrange for it with a direct deposit authorization form." Direct deposit information, officials explained, will be mailed with checks that will be delivered in October. The direct deposit authorization form-SF-1199-will Alpha Region Plans Library Visits be available at financial institutions. "Completion of the form doesn't permit withdrawals from your account by anyone other than people you authorize," officials said. Recipients whose checks already are being mailed to a financial institution also should make direct deposit arrangements with the SF-1199 form, they said. The aim of the direct deposit program is to help prevent loss and theft of Social Security checks. It's also intended as a convenience to recipients to eliminate standing in line to cash or deposit checks. * * * THIS NATIONAL PROGRAM is expected to save the government money in the long run, an official said. Compulers will be programmed to deposit lump sums at various institutions for designated accounts in Charleston and other cities. In West Virginia, 337,275 persons receive monthly Social Security benefits amounting to a total of about $55.2 Million. Recipients include 106,085 under age 60 and 231,190 over age 60. The direct deposit program has been tested in Georgia and Florida, under federal law that was passed in 1972. Most Workers Tired At End of Day ; SPENCER - The West Virginia Library · Commission -- Alpha Region bookmobile will -visit these Jackson County stops: Monday --.Evans (Methodist Church), 10 to 10:45 a.m.; Mt. Alto (Click's Store). 11 to 11:45 a.m.; Millwood, noon to 1:15 "p.m.; Evergreen Hills (Church), 1:45 to 2:30 p.m.: Cottageville. (Fabric -Shop), 2:45 to 3:15 p.m. Tuesday -.Fairplain. 9:30 to 10 a.m.; Staats Mills (Aplin School), 11 to noon; Slaats Mills (Post Office), 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. : Wednesday -- Frozen Camp, (Church). 9:30 to 10:15 aim.; Given (Post Office). 12:30 to 1:15 p.m.; Kenna (Post Office). 2 to 2:30 p.m.: Marshall dence), 3:30 to 4 p.m. TOKYO (AP)-According to a government poll, 70 per cent of 80,000 workers questioned say they feel tired at the end of a day's work. But fewer than 1 per cent said they would skip w,ork because of fatigue. Bookmobile Stops CLAY -- the West Virginia Library Commission -- Clay County bookmobile will visit these stops in Clay County on Tuesday: Bomont, 9:15 to 11:15 a.m.; Procious, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Maysel. 1 to 2 p.m. USED STORE FIXTURES FOR SALE · CLOTHING RACKS · CHECKOUT COUNTERS · METAL SHELVING · METAL GONDOLAS · SHOE RACKS · WALL GONDOLA UNITS LOCATED AT OLD HECK'S STORE RT. 60 IN ST. ALBANS CONTACT JOHN QUINLAN, MGR. NEW HECK'S STORE 6400 MacCORKLE AVE. S.W. ST. ALBANS PHONE; 768-3911 laidley at Virginia st. 342-6151 Special Value Days! Sale starts August 25th Sale ends Sept. 6th FACTORY AUTHORIZED SUPER SALE! 696.00 NOW 499.00 GROUP B. This outstanding Norwalk Sale is for 2 Weeks Only! Come In! Save! Save! A.Traditional Style Sofa. Chair and Swive' Rocker Reg. $696.00 now only $499.00 for 3 Pieces as, shown, also availabe as Sofa aric Matching Love Seat, not shown. Reg $696.00 now only 8499.00, Two PC. Group B. Contemporary Style Sofa with matching Love Seat. Reg. $696^00 now only $499.00, 2 Piece Group. C. Early American Sofa, Chair and Swivel Rocker, Reg. $696.00 now only 8499.00 for 3 Piece Group. D. Early American 2 PC. Group, Sofa and matching Love Seat. Reg. $696.00 now only S499.00 all pieces shown here are in stock now! Special Orders in same grade covers! WAS $696.00 NOW ONLY *499 WAS $696.00 NOW ONLY $ 499°° All covers: 100% Nylon Scotchgard and Olefin with solid Oak frames. Colors are correlated in these groups. onal 20% off HERITAGE UPHOLSTERY on hand or special orders Sale starts Monday, Aug. 25, 1975 at 10:00 A.M. and ends Saturday Sept. 6th, 1975 at 5:00 P.M. All pieces shown are in Stock. TREMENDOUS SAVINGS Nettle Creek Nettle Creek bedspreads are normally custom made one at a time. We contracted for a quantity of this design and are passing on to you our savings. It is the exact same quality of fine fabrics, high puff outline quilting and exquisite workmanship that has made Nettle Creek the choice of fine decorators everywhere. KING QUEEN NOW 59-95 Reg. 200.00 NOW 69.95 NOW 79.00 ' Twin Size Reg. 150.00 full Size Reg. 175.00 Second Floor Open Mon. Fri. till 9 p.mfr Free parking Coleman, Downtown, Fed. Square Parkin! Lots with *2.50 Pur^iase

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