Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on May 19, 1974 · Page 11
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 11

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, May 19, 1974
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11A - M a% 1 «. 197 1 Sunday Gazette-Mail West Virginia BUSINESS Libbey-Owens-Ford Joins Bond Campaign N.Y. Rules Out Battling Indians SELLERS ABRASH HOLSTE!N ALBANY, N.Y. W - The head of the State Department of Environmental Conservation has ruled out any confrontation with Mohawk Indians occupying 600 acres of state land. "We're just sitting tight," said James Biggane on Friday. "We don't see any point in provoking a confrontation because that could lead to violence." The Indians, who number about 50, moved onto the land last Monday, claiming it had been illegally deeded to white men after the Revolutionary War The parcel, a former girls' summer camp bought by the state last year, is near Eagle Bay in the Adirondack Forest Preserve. State officials say the Indians have ignored camping permit regulations and have illegally forbidden visitors entrance to the camp site. The Charleston plant of Libbey-Owens-Ford joins other L- 0-F p l a n t s a n d o f f i c e s throughout the nation Monday in the company's savings bond campaign in cooperation with the U. S. Treasury Department. The campaign is stressing the new higher interest rate of li per cent on bonds. The drive is spearheaded by the United (jlass and Ceramic Workers of North America. AFL-CIO. and the Window Glass Cutters League of America. Goals are to enroll new bond purchasers through payroll savings and to increase the amounts of current purchasers. Appeals for the drive are being made by L-O-F President R. G. Wingerter. Paul L. Sellers Jr.. Charleston plant manager:-James W. Lawrence, president of Local 1. and Harry F. Morris Jr.. president of Local 174 of United Glass and Ceramic Workers, and Kenneth DuBois. Cutters League local president. Irwin J. Abrash. a native of Fall River. Mass.. has been appointed general manager of Jhe .Charleston : agency of Sheriaridoah Life 1 Insurance Co. with home offices in Roanoke.'Va. ; : , . · ' _ Area Tour Packages Prepared West 'Virginia Travel Attractions of Kanawha City is now offering the area's first packaged tours, the Nine Valley Travel Council announced. The cost of three days and .two nights is $44.50 per person, based on double occupancy at Gateway Inn or Stone Lodge in Huntington or at the Charleston House in Charleston. Besides two nights' lodging, the price includes one dinner and two breakfasts at the motel, one dinner plus drama at the Mountaineer Dinner Theater in Putnam County, and a gift certificate of $5 to apply ·on purchases made during a daytime tour of the Blenko Glass Co. plant/Since the dinner theater is located between Huntington and Charleston, it is included in both the Huntington-based and Charleston- based package tours. WVU Plans Signup MORGANTOWN - Registration for classes which will be offered this summer at West Virginia University will be June 10 at the WVU Colise- · · urn. : i Abrash was formerly associated with Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance in Providence. R. I. His wife is the former Lorraine Silverman of Glen Falls, N.Y. They are parents of a son. Victor. Abrash is a graduate of Drake University. J. H. Holstein of the Carbide I n s t i t u t e p l a n t h a s been named department head of the chemicals laboratory at the Carbide Texas City. Tex., plant. Holstein is a chemistry graduate of Marshall University and has been with the company since 1953. He recently completed an assignment at the Carbide Ponce, Puerto Rico, plant. He and his wife. Mary, are parents of three sons. They live in St. Albans. Smith's Transfer has promoted to vice president Merele W. Began, equipment and maintenance; Preston H. Gilmer. controller, and James S. M o r r i s , c o r p o r a t i o n a n d Smith's Terminals subsidiary. In other changes, Robert L. Stover was appointed vice president in charge! of traffic, and Robert D. Burns was named director of equipment maintenance. Gov. Moore was luncheon host to William V. Luneburg. president of American Motors; Roy D. Chapin Jr., board chairman; Tag Galyean of Charleston and other compan- ny dealers in the state. The occasion marked the company's acquisition of space in the Charleston Ordnance Center last month to build the AMC Charleston Stamping Plant which is expected to start up next spring with a work force of 300. Cadillac dealers set an all- time sales record by more than 5 per cent in the first 10 days of May as domestic deliveries reached 7,342, reports Robert D. Lund, general manager of Cadillac Motor Car Division. Results indicate that Cadillac owners have shaken off any concern they might have harbored about gasoline shortages and trends toward the small car. 1 Dollar. General Corp. based in Scottsville, Ky., foresees a 12th consecutive year of record sales and earnings, despite lower first quarter performance. For the three months ended March 31, the company's net sales were $13,520.071 com. pared with $14,046,481 for the same period in 1973, reports President Cal Turner. Net income was $158,258, or 7 cents a s h a r e , c o m p a r e d w i t h $244,084, or 10 cents a share for last year's first quarter.. Riffs Caps * it h rue tin IN "Bruce Bolen is truly one of the outstanding guitarists today." -- Johnny Smith "Bruce Bolen carries the mark of a real artist, a completely original style of his own" --Howard Roberts "Bruce Bolen is an excellent guitarist. He's got a a great, thing going." · --Les Paul Stop in for some free advice and some fantastic e n t e r t a i n m e n t . One of the country.'s foremost guitarists, Bruce Bolen, will tell you how to look and listen for a guitar . . . and show you how to play it once you find it. Time: 7:00 P.M. Place: Gorb/s Music Date: Thursday, May 23rd BRUCE BOLEN WILL BE IN FROM 3 to 5 to answer any of your questions about · , Gibson Guitars phone 744-9452 MUSIC, ff INC. 2147thAve. So. Charleston "ONE OF THE WORLD'S FINEST MUS9C STORES AJ. AAOIVTGOA/IER 17' QUANTITIES LIMITED SHOPIARlYfORBKTSHKTWN MONTGOMERY WARD OPEN TODAY SHOE DEPARTMENT MEN'S BOYS' jt c/% CANVAS I |% SHOES 4 f R ° FAMILY SHOE GROUP OF SALE 800 PAIRS MEN'S · BOYS' · GIRLS' · WOMEN'S ORIGINALLY 3.88 to 15.0O ,w25,50% OFF MEN'S SHIRTS GROUP OF OVER 500 · LONG OR SHORT SLEEVES · DRESS · SPORT STYLES · SOLIDS · FANCIES PIECE GOODS DEPT. FABRIC REMNANTS 500 CHOOSE FROM OVER WIDE FABRIC SELECTION PCS. 50% OFF ORIGINAL PRICE 59 DISH TOWELS 4/99' 25' * 35' THREAD PRICE WERE UP TO goo ea. NOW UP TO 50% OFF PRICE SPORTING GOODS SPAULDING-TENNIS BALLS EXTRA DUTY Cft0 199 CAN OF 3 FOR 1 SPALDING"GONZALES" 'PRIZE CUP" TENNIS RACKET REG. 9.99 7 ea. 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BASEMENT ITEMS 50' GARDEN HOSE W DIAMETER 144 WHILE SO LAST 1 EA. 3 pc. BARBQ TOOL SET · FORK ·TONGS · TURNER 99 OReg. 2.44" PLASTIC PICNIC ITEMS · GLASSES · FORKS etc. · OTHER ITEMS PRICE 10LB. CHARCOAL · KINCSFORD QQO · LONG LASTING 12"DIA."TAKE ALONG" CHARCOAL GRILL 99 c ea. 24" DU. CHARCOAL BRAZIER WftOTISSERIE TOP 25 45 R.P.NI. RECORDS 2 for9u CASSETTE RECORDER ·BATTERIES ·MIKE INCL. REG. 29.99 24 B W PORT. TELEVISION 9" DIAGONAL B.I. ANTENNA LIMITED QTY. 58 00 19" COLOR TELEVISION ·SOLID STATE ·PORTABLE ·NOW ONLY $ 299 FURNITURE SALE SAVE $ 100.00 COUNTRY-LOOK SOFA] IN PLUSH TUFTED RAYON VELVET Contoured attached pillow back. f\ f\ A$$ $339.95 Loveseat. . . $269.88 / Jl Jf REG $239.95 Chair $199.88 "" WW 399.95 WHILE 24 LAST PATIO TABLES 100 EA. LIMIT 2 42" ROUND UMBRELLA TABLES NOW DAY WE'LL BE OPEN FROM 1 PM TILL 5 PM TAKE ADVANTAGE OF ADEQUATE PARKING

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