The Republic from Columbus, Indiana on January 10, 1977 · Page 3
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A 3 21 32 it w u-. 5S n By.JOPN MILNE Some would give general outlines:, Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger probably will spend a year or two writings , book. And, despite his denials, there-is speculation he will wind up involved with television. Treasury Secretary" William Simon, estimated to have made $1 million a year, before,, he entered government, is expected to return to Salomon Brothers, a Wall Street investment banking house. Rumor has it he may run for governor of New Jersey. Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld says that he's been too busy to decide, but has promised his wife they would leave Washington. Attorney CeneraT Edward M. Levi, a former president of the Uniiersity of Chicago nd dean of its law school, plans to vacation in Europe with his wife, then "return to Chicago." HEW Secretary David Mathews is on leave as president of the University of Alabama, ans is expected to return there after his successor takes office. Commerce Secretary Elliot L. Richardson, a millionaire, has been so busy finding jobs for his GOP aides that he has not thought much about himself, friends say. 'He could go into law practice, run for political office in Massachusetts, orjrork in a corporation. HUD Secretary Carla Hills will resume her lucrative law practice in California. Her husband, Roderick, chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, is expected to stay in Washington until the end of his term, June 30. Transportation Secretary William Coleman Jr. came to Washington from a Philadelphia law firm and on Jan. 5 he said: "Perhaps I should' start thinking about being a lawyer again." Interior Secretary Thomas S. Kleppe said he would stay in the Washington area for a while at least, and lias talked about raising horses In the Great Smoky Mountains. Agriculture Secretary John A. Knebel has said he would go WASHINGTON (UPI) Washington 4oes not figure largely in the future plans of the outgoing Forr1 Cabinet members. Most of President Ford's top associates wl:L return to the physically and financially comfortable lives they had before entering politics. Some will begin with long vacations shortly after Jimmy Carter is inaugurated Jan. 20. Some will write books, others will become corporate executives, high-paid lawyers. Many Cabinet members checked by UPI still were uncertain of their plans, or not yet prepared to reveal them, i back to practicing law in Washington after he leaves office. He left a law firm here when he was named undersecretary in 1975. Labor Secretary W. J. Use-ry Jr. has been a labor leader for aerospace workers and head of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service. So far his future is unclear. Most of Ford Cabinet To Return to Jobs M ' 'W' ir V " ir n Claude Lelouch To Film Horse Opera RELAXED - Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger, right, entertained Chinese envoy Huang Chen, center, along with Secretary of State-Designate Cyrus R. Vance, in a manner so reloxed they could have been in his living room instead one of the ornoge private dining rooms in State Department Saturday. Vance, clearly was the outsider, unsure and hesitant. (UPI Telephoto) Closing Papers for Sale Of Ayr-Way Chain Signed HOLLYWOOD (UPI) -Claude Lelouch, honored for such intimate films aT'A Man and a Woman," "Life for Life" and "Life, Love and Death," will try his hand at an American horse opera. Lelouch came to Hollywood to rostar James Caan and Genevieve Bujold in "Another Man, Another Woman," for United Artists. After filming for a month in Hollywood, the Frenchman will take his cast and crew to Arizona for locations near Tucson and Nogales. Stephens, Inc., which purchased Ayr-Way Stores from Associated Dry Goods, ranks JOth among the nation's brokerage firms and has assets of 143 million dollars. Closing papers were signed last week completing the purchase of Ayr-Way by Stephens, Inc. Ayr-Way is a chain of 28 department stores based in Indianapolis with stores in Indiana, Kentucky, Illinois and Arkansas. An Ayr-Way store is located in Northern Village Shopping Center on National Road here. The store will remain in operation, as will all other Ayr-Way stores. Stephens, Inc., is an investment banking firm based in Little Rock, Ark. It has a net worth of 73 million dollars and ranks 10th among the nation's brokerage firms, just behind Goldman-Sachs and ahead of Lehman Bros, and Morgan-Stanley. A privately held firm, Stephens also owns controlling .interest in 12 operating com panies in widely diversified fields. In addition to Stephens, Inc., new owners of Ayr-Way include John Geisse, chief executive officer; Ron Mayer, vice chairman and chief operating officer; certain other Ayr-Way executives and a group of investors around Stephens, Inc. The acquisition of Ayr-Way was financed partially by loans to Ayr-Way from First National Bank of Chicago. Ayr-Way will remain a privately-held company for some time. In the meantime, the chain will be expanded with new stores in the same geographical area as rapidly as resources and management strength will allow. Ayr-Way has been recruiting additional management at every level since July. Ayr-Way sales began to accelerate in October, and were ahead of last year for the months of October, November and December by 41 per cent. Same store sales for all of 1976 will be over 160 million dollars. Management has announced ' it intends to keep building same store sales strongly by empha-,. sis throughout the company on clean, friendly stores, stores al- ways in stock on basics and strong demand items, strong promotion, competitiveness and a commitment to making each store better for people every single year. Ayr-Way also is involved in adding to its assortments in both hard and soft goods; and in soft goods, a concentration on better quality apparel as well as basics. Beautician Wanted . . . 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TOWN til 1 REG. 14000 from 8388 REG. 14500 from 8688 REG. 15500 FROM 9288 REG. 16500 from 9888 REG. 22000 from 11000 WOOLS - POLYESTERS - BLENDS SAVE 10 TO 50 NOMINAL CHARGE FOR CERTAIN ALTERATIONS WHEN BRUCE SAYS SALE . . . HE MEANS SALE! L SLACKS DRESS & CASUAL SOLIDS - PATTERNS - ALL FABRICS REG. 1800 FROM 1058 REG. 2000 FROM ll88 REG. 2500 FROM 1488 REG. 30o FROM 1788 REG. 3500 FROM 2088 REG. 3700 FROM 2958 SAVE 20 TO 40 FREE CUFF ALTERNATION CASUAL SUITS GOOD SELECTION SOLIDS - POLYESTERS - CORDS SAVE 30 TO 50 6500 now 3250 7500 now ". 3750 8500 now 4250 95M now 4750 THE BIG SALE IS ON FOR TWO WEEKS I MENS SPORTCOATS WOOLS - BLENDS SAVE 10 TO 50 REG. 6500 from 3888 REG. 7500 from 4488 REG. 8500 FROM 5088 REG. 10000 from 5988 CORDS - CHECKS - PLAIDS - SOLIDS PLEASE ALLOW TWO WEEKS FOR ALL ALTERATIONS i r THE STORE FOR MEN IN COLUMBUS Eaitbrook daily 10:00-9:00 tatvrday 10:00-5:00 : Downtown acroM from tho common dairy 9:00-9:00 fatwrday 9:00-4:00 SPORT SHIRTS LONG SLEEVES SAVE 20-30 REG. 1600 FROM ll18 REG. 1900 from 1328 REG. 2500 FROM 1728 REG. 3000 from 2088 SOLIDS - PATTERNS id

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