Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 20, 1976 · Page 61
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June 20, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 61

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--lune 20 1976 Sunday Gazette-Mail · jL____-_'---~--- Charleston, west Virginia Seller: Industry, U MW Poles Apart (Continued from Page 2E) ; Gov. Moore didn't name Jim Clowser commissioner of the Department of Mental Health although a lot of people in the department thought it was going to happen. There was a story going around the Capitol that said the Governor told Clowser to run his own house. He's deputy director of administration. . . A testimonial dinner was held last Monday night in Huntington for dick Shelton who resigned as executive director of the West Virginia Assn. of County Officials... ». HARRY ZAIN has been talking to officials in the Republican party about running for State Senate on the GOP ticket against Sen. Mario Palumbo who beat him resoundingly in the primary.. . Last year Highways Commissioner Bill Ritchie had to fly back from Myrtle Beach to testify before a special session of the legislature, and this year he's going to have to interrupt his vacation again to come back Monday to testify when legislators convene in extraordinary session... Del. Phyllis Given, D-Kanawha, has been invited to go to China in conjunction with her membership on the executive committee of the National Conference of State Legislatures. She also was invited to a national drug ancfalcohol meeting sponsored by the Citizens Conference on Alcohol and Drug Abuse in Oregon from last Wednesday to Friday... About 150 people attended the Jim Sprouse reception at Edgewood Country Club last Sunday, including Rep. Ken Hechler, also unsuccessful in a bid for the gubernatorial nomination, A. James Manchin, the Democratic nominee for secretary of state, and Democratic State Chairman J. C. Dillon and his wife . . . The Exxon Company's "Energy Outlook" publication for 1976-1990 projects a downward trend in the production of Eastern coal from 580 million tons in 1976 to 560 million tons in 1990, while Western coal increases from 80 million tons in 1976 to 580 million tons in 1990, or 20 million more than Eastern production 14 years from now. IN APRIL, Welfare Commissioner Tom Tinder wrote a letter to the executive director of the Southern Interstate Nuclear Board, expressing the hope that he could participate in another conference similar to one he had just been to in the Southern Governor's Conference. In May Gov. Moore vetoed a bill which appropriated $10,000 for the state's membership in the board which is the energy arm of the Southern Governors' Conference... Democrat strategists say Jimmy Carter will win the presidency but it won't be an easy race. . . Nicholas von Hoffman quotes Mayor Hutchinson in a commentary published June 7 in the Washington Post as saying West Virginia's coal industry is declining as Western coal invades traditional West Virginia markets. The writer also points out that most coal in the West is owned by oil companies which haven't WANT ADS GET RESULTS! T R Y ONE ana you'll see. Juit can 348-48J8 and let one of our friendly Aaviiors Help you word your result-getting ad! been able to "nuzzle their way" into coal ownership in Appalachia, and he adds that some of them have been passing on information which locates the environmentally accepted low sulfur coal in the West and high sulfur coal in the East. In the meanwhile, von Hoffman says some of the people in West Virginia are trying to figure out what happened to about 50 billion tons of low sulfur Appalachian coal that disappeared from U.S. Bureau of Mines estimates about mid 1960. 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