Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 20, 1972 · Page 29
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 29

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 20, 1972
Page 29
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»**·--Auymt 20, 1972 Wwt Vlrtlnl* Son's Motorcycle Stolen, Mother's Really Torn Up STEVENSON, W«b. AP)-A woman telephoned the Ska mania County sheriff's office to report her son's had been stolen. She gave the make, year, color and license number and made one request: "If you find it/keep it." Top 500 Corporations Target for Operation PUSH CHICAGO-^-Bolstered by the success of negotiations with the Jos. Schlitz Brewing Co. in Milwaukee, officials of Operation PUSH are gearing up for a campaign to gain minority hir- motorcycle ing, promotion and business agreements with some of the 500 largest corporations in America. Iteir next target is General Foods Corp. in White Plains, N. 7. The Rev. George E. Riddick, national director of negotiationslfranchises and miscellaneous for the Chicago-based civil rights group, said he expects some action on the negotiations with General Foods, "within the next two weeks." On Thursday, PUSH officials signed an agreement with Schlitz President and Board Chairman Robert H. Uihlein Jr. The agreement pledges the company to direct 15 per cetU of its contracts members firms owned by minority groups. The company also pledged to employ at least 15 per cent nonwhites at all levels in its work force. The agreement was signed by the Rev. Jesse Jackson, who founded Operation PUSH-People United to Save Humanity- last year alter resigning the economic branch of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. Riddick said he is "optimistic" about the prospects for a similar agreement with General Foods. In White Plains, Lee Archer, director of equal opportunity affairs for the company, confirmed he has conferred with PUSH officials in Chicago about an agreement similar to that PUSH officials in Cleveland have begun research into the employment patterns and business development of the next two companies on PUSH'S negotiating list--Proctor Gamble Co. and Avon Products, Inc. Riddick said PUSH is concentrating its efforts on industries in the "top 500" which he saidjj control about 67 per cent o pei ctut o» eiUfio.yuMDt Ut the nation. Other companies they plaa to approach soon are Anheuter Busch, Inc., of St. Louis, Standard Brands, Inc., of New York, Quaker Oats Co. General Mills, Inc. of Chicago, of Minneapolis, and Raytheon Co. of Lexington, Mass. FAD'S r i I A/OU/ CHARGE (Armstrong W%*»12 CARPET TILES Here you see an ace carpeteer at work. You can be one, too.. Carpet an average-size room in a scant ftw hours. No messy glue or tape. No paper to peel. 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