Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on September 10, 1972 · Page 12
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September 10, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 12

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12A-- Sept. 10, 1972 Sunday Gupttr.MaH -- - - ----- Ch«rf»it«n, Wttt "'-t'l'i State Savings, Loan League Plans Greenbrier Meeting West Virginia Savings anIable for individual appointments ber of Metropolitan Life Insur- Loan League will open its Oct. 4 and 5 at no charge." ance sales force. He has quall- t h r e e -d a y annual meeting, Cornerstone is a subsidiary of fied 20 times for the company's Thursday at the Greenbrier Ho: Keystone Custodian Funds, "inc. leadership conference. *^*- j ...... ~~~ ' . . . . ( Speakers will include Richard Kimball Russ Hitchcock Jr. of New life insurance and annul-! G. Gilbert of Canton Ohio vice Hcndersonville. Tenn., has been ty sales of $788.9 million for the president of the United States named Purchasing and quality first half of the year were re-, Ssvir-gs and Loan League- Ste- contrnl director of Nashville-; ported by Connecticut Mutual; phen Slipher of Washington : basd Shoney's Big Boy Enter- Life, an increase of $76.1 mil-| D C staff vice president- Ray 'P r . lse . s which maintains a West uon, or 10.5 per cent over the moridJ. Strecker of Pittsburgh, Virginia division. iSarne period last year, says Pa. president of the Federal Hllcncot 'k IS a former foodiJohn R. Haugabook III of the Home Loan Bank; Charles T b ^ cr for ^ University o f i C h a r l e s t on agency. Sales Carpenter of Pittsburgh Third Mlchl S an - He is a graduate of I through the agency were up 19 District chief examiner Fred the Uriversit y of Georgia with a per cent. _ Swearingen of Athens, Ohio, and de , R / ee '" food technology- j ~ Robert K. Park II of Ravens- Mri j. Margaret A Poing re- 1 wood, president of the state ^arch director of the West Vir Monks supervisor of the Price service. Coordinator for the «*(£»"·. "* k~..,.TM ..» «r n- Noe i Jr . division is Douglas Morgan withlCharleston, warehouse and W. E. sales representative. offices in ! Orchard. Pineville and Crab Owens Manufacturing of Crab; Orchard has named John F.' Wilson vice president of sales, New officers of the West Vir- ifuauii VH.I picaiucui. vi ·""" K inia Industrial Kenneth A. Langer vice presi- ?---dent of operations and James L.! Martin chief engineer. i Wilson, a graduate of West, Virginia University, is former! vice president of Electric and Machine Co. Martin is formerly of Long Airdox Co. and is a graduate of West Virginia Tech. Charleston and Turner L. Sturm oersonnel from the company's Langer, a native of New Jersey, Louisville, Colo., warehouse into holds a master's degree from its Price, Utah, facility. - - - - . - . . . Development Shabdue of Walker of H. K. Charleston, vice president; J. Alfred Russmisez of Wheeling, secretary, and Burkie Lilly of Morgantown, treasurer. GILBERT of Parkersburg. SIMON HITCHCOCK MRS. POLING Long-Airdox Co. of Oak Hill is consolidating all inventory and The mining equipment manufacturer has named Harry Fairleigh Dickinson University. Owens has created a separate division for parts, sales and om« b v tte MWdle Atla and nn-sirlintr nfrirw S inia Chamber of Commerce i? rmeo °\ lne TMaaie Atlantic vice P'' esident of "* Ameri-^ 10 " of Insurance Services TM A About 250 members and can chamber f Commerce T u ,,, guests are expected to attend searchers Assn (ACCRA) will Mem bers are Joseph W. Bou- the meeting, says Joseph P. a u end The ACCIU c4a, ve tau 8 h of Wheeli "g' William F Condry of Charleston, league ex- Committee meeting in No em Woodward of Columbus, Ohio; ecutive vice president. ber at Memphis Tenn Michael DiFabbio of Wellsburg, Gilbert, who is president of ACCRA is publishing a re- william D - Gort) y of Clarks- Citizens Savings Assn. in Can- searcher's manual designed to burgl Wllllam L - p y le of ton, has been nominated for the aid chambers of commerce in presidency of the United States conducting research. rolnmlim fas Official Savings and Loan League. He is Mrs. Poling has teen research ' "", t ^ TM , slated 1 to be elected at the Nov- director of the West Virginia lo Address 5. L. Uub ember convention in Miami chamber since 1968. i Bert Bradford, area develop-; Beach, Fla. ; -------- iment manager for the Columbia' -- - : Mrst National Bank of Belle! Gas Co.. will address the South Dr. Francis M. Simon, New has elected two new directors,! Charleston Lion's Club meeting York lawyer and lecturer. wilj ; says William H. Moore, presi-j this week. speak at two financial planning : dent. Bradford speak on the seminars Oct. 4 in :he Daniel 1 Directors are Gary D. Smith national energy crisis at the Boone Hotel. ;of Kanawha City, vice president;Lions meeting at 6:30 p.m. The first seminar at breakfast °f Smith and Jones Mibile Tuesday at the South Charleston is planned for lawyers, accoun-, Homes in Rand : and Thomas F. Rose City Cafeteria, tants and trust officers saysi c ° x of Chesapeake, owner of Carl I. Ruben, regional manag-iTom's Supermarket. ^ Africans Launch the law to toe evening and open to the: "^ a^ML C^C^nter in iAfrica^Although "There will be no chaw to!Kanawha Citv and Manahan'S'. does "°p e ^e a n!_ inere will oe no charge to ^recking Lot in Whitesville l tion before 1975 a door-to-door attend either session, but due to; lung "Kjnwiitesvme. j campaign ^ um)er to regjs limited seatmg, reservations; Millard J. 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