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National Distillers Products Company
a division of
National Distillers and Chemical Corporation 

[[caption]] D. Walker, Jr. (second from right), National Distillers Sales Representatives in Michigan, attended a National Distillers Control States Sales Meeting with fellow Michigan Sales Representatives (from left) Jack  Sailler, Jr., Jim Maple, and Bill Apel.

D. Walker, Jr., started with the company in March, 1982.

Mr. Walker attended Michigan Lutheran College in Detroit. He is married and has one son. [[/caption]]

[[caption]] John Harley (right), National Distillers Assistant to the N.J. State Manager, is shown presenting a bottle of Keller-Geister white wine to Miss Harlem, while Vince Cunningham, Jr. looks on. Keller-Geister is marketed in the U.S. by National distillers.

Before coming to work for National Distillers six years ago, John Harley spent 10 years in show business working with entertainment greats including The Four Tops, The Four Seasons, King Curtis and Steve Lawrence.

Mr. Harley was born in New York City in Harlem. He served four years in the U.S. Air Force and has his FHA A/C Technician and Pilot licenses from the Teterboro (N.J.) School of Aeronautics. Mr. Harley also attended Fairleigh Dickinson University. [[/caption]]

[[caption]] Altie Banuchi, National Distillers Inventory Clerk, Control States, also helps out at National by modeling for publicity releases, such as this one. She is seen here modeling with the Grand-Dad 114 "Got Your Number" poster. 114 is Altie's number, too.

Altie Banuchi, Inventory Clerk, Control States, has been with National Distillers in Manhattan for the past four years. [[/caption]]

[[caption]] A fourteen year employee of National Distillers, Charles Gray, is a Sales Representative in West Philadelphia.

Mr. Gray is a graduate of West Virginia State College, where he was a leader in the Pershing Rifles Drill Team, and a member of the Kappa Alpha Psi social fraternity. [[/caption]]


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