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June 30, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 5

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Sfca^jou* toc*ia* sfce f isfcmes sm'ie* prejet* i» THROWING BACK (C) Tk* fmikimgUtM WASHINGTON - At a time some American poor are eating do* food to get protein, U. S. fishermen are throwing back billions of pounds of protein-rich fish to die. Neither government officials nor the fishermen are happy about it. But they say they have not yet found a way to use the fish. Director Robert W. Schoning of the government's Na- .tional Marine Fisheries Service said his agency -- part of the Commerce Department -is studying the problem but is still two years away from a decision. American Poor Eat Dog Food for Protein As Billions of Fish Returned to Sea Die to fc*4 ases far 4earied fish, "llftre is quite a variety «f fiaV. .Kfifurtiif t» In the meantime, American fishermen, for want of a market, throw hack up to 70 per cent of the fish trapped in the nets they throw to catch such gourmet species as flounder and shrimp. MOST OF THE fish thrown back after being netted off the bottom die because they cannot survive the pressures imposed by being suddenly dragged up from the depths. "It's not right that we turn this area into a burial ground for fish we don't keep." said John C. Botelho. a New Bedford. Mass.. skipper who has beea running trawlers (also called draggers) on Georges Bank in the northwest Atlantic for 31 years. He aaaej tkat the Soviet aa4 JapiatK aMta*i of scoopiag ap aad heftiaf everytaiag for ·coeetsiag oa their lisa factory duos is aot rifkt from a coaservatMB staadpoiat, either. He aid other fisaermea wait foretga fisaiag fleets to use aets with mUimtun size mesh i* that small fish could escape. As Botelho and other skippers explained it. trawler fishermen go out for only certain kinds of fish -- ones they can sell at auction at the dock aft- er the lmay trip out in the Atlantic. The skippers tow their nets where they believe the desired fish, such as yellcwtail flounder, are congregated. But it often takes days of towing in various places before the skippers find a place in the ocean "clean" of undesired fish they cannot sell. This method of trial and error -- multiplied by the hundreds of American fishing boats trawling through waters off the U. S. Coast -- means that billions of pounds of fish are dumped back into the ocean. In the Gulf of Mexico, the National Marine Fisheries Service estimates that 15 pounds of unwanted fish are caught with every pound of shrimp. Most of the fish thrown back are the croaker -- prized in some areas as a table fish. While precise figures do not exist, the fisheries service estimates that 1.5 billion pounds of fish are discarded in gulf shrimping operations every year. The total discard figure for the nation is much higher than that, of course, because of the heavy trawling operations off the East and West coasts. is 4ev«i»auf a awfcet for team. The market outlook is "extremely clouded," he said in a telephone interview. Two possibilities for the discards are minced fish and fish protein concentrate ---or fish flour. Both have their drawbacks. Technology is in hand to make minced fish. jKt tegtttar ia wfcat iseatteo' fcfc Woefcs. StttiUBtY. T*£*E is BO mystery to maktag fish flour. Same eooipanies have already made it with the idea of sell- mg it as a source of protein -like powdered milk. But can minced fish be made into tasty, nutritious products that people will buy? Is there a world market for fish flour to justify the government's going into that program again? «*««* reach ia ttli, ** Cmmett* tore afeaejr «oaM them *attfc- Mffc a anf raw lo bay fink «MT throw* hack ia Ike oeeaa. However, huager ia this country -- dramatized by findings that poor people are eating dog food to get protein -- asd U. N. predictions about food shortages around the world most likely will prompt Congress to demand immediate action from the executive rather than wait another two years. Birth Control Plan Not Liked LEEDS, England (AP)-Pamela Buckley told authorities her husband Lyn was in the habit of chaining her in a chastity belt every so often. The last time it happened, she called police, who say they caught her husband in the act. assault charges July 25 and released on bail. "I have to bring my wife in line every now and then." he told Leeds Magistrate Court Thursday. "When she's been ·»^« v **^.A ·auw vMAn^i a n u a v u \ . l . " - " « · » * * * * « · · If lit** O l l C o UC Buckley was ordered to stand trial on chained up, she's a different woman." STREET FLOOR NOTIONS 24 Boxed padded hangers, satin or velveteen, orig. 5.50-6.00 NOW 3.99 12 Metal underbed chests, orig. 7.99 NOW 199 Group of window shelf boxes, orig. 12.00 NOW 5.99 12 Wicker sewing boxes, orig. 5.00-25.00 NOW 20% OFF 10 Lap trays, orig. 3.00 NOW .99 STATIONERY It) Crystal bird paperweights, orig. 2.00 SOW .99 10 Large clocks, orig. 24.00 NOW 14.99 10 Round crystal paperweights, orig. 7.98 NOW 4.98 COSTUME JEWaRY Summer white clip-on earrings in button or drop styles, orig. 1.00-5.00 NOW'/j MICE Group of better jeweli/, necklaces, pins and earrings, orig. 3.00-30.00 NOW Vi PRICE FASHION ACCESSOMES Assortment of scarves in prints and solids, oblongs and squares, orig. 3.00-12.00 NOW .75 to 3.00 Ladies' nylon jackets in assorted colors, orig. 14.00-18.00 NOW «/j PRICE Assortment of belts in lots of styles, and colors, orig. 3.00-12.00 NOW/2 PRICE SPORTSWEAR Group of coordinate sportswear, orig. 9.00-15.00 NOW 4.50 to 7.50 LACY CARDIGAN SWEATERS ORIG. 9.00 6.99 MONDAY, TUESDAY A WEDNESDAY ONLY! Group of blouses, orig. 12.00-13.00 NOW 3.99 to 8.99 LINGERIE Group of sample line lingerie, small sizes only, orig. 2.00-20.00 Group of blend summer sleep wear, orig. 6.00-7.00 NOW 4.29 and 4.99 HOSIERY 50 Pairs assorted knitted foot socks in assorted pastel colors, orig. 2.25 NOW .99 Group of pohty hose 'in opaques and sheers, brig. 2.00 / .,/' ' · ' · ' , ' . '·. : · ".- · NOW .99 Group of folding slippers in ; assorted sizes ond colors, orig. 6.00-7.00 . .. : NOW 4.89 HANDBAGS Assorted fabric handbags in cotton quilted, plaids and velvets, orig; values to 16.00 : NOW 5.99 Special group of leather handbags in assorted colors in shoulder 'strap styles, orig. values to 24.00 NOW 7.99 to 10.99 MEN'S FURNISHINGS 6 Beach robes, orig. 35.00 NOW 12.99 MEN'S SPORTSWEAR 30 Sport shirts, orig. 6.00-13.00 NOW 50% OFF 15 Beach jackets in Navy, Medium size only, orig. 13.00-15.00 · NOW 8.99 .° FASHION FLOOR COATS 15 Spring coats, values to 60.00 NOW Vj PRICE LESS CONCEPT SHOP Group of coordinate pplyester pieces including pants, skirts and shirts, orig. 21.00-26.00 NOW 10.99 14.99 SPORTSWEAR Group cf large size roordinates, orig. 8.00-22.00 NOW Vi PRICE Group of misses coordinates, orig. 10.00-36.00 NOW «/2 PRICE THE PI ACE '%. Group of famous name junior sportswear pieces to mix and match, orig. 12.00-18.00 . NOW 4.99 to 8.99 PIN MONEY DRESSES 25 Arnel Jersey short sleeve shirt-dresses in .. .^ , ; assorted patterns, sizes 8-18, orig. 17.99. NOW 12.99 ; DAYTIME DRESSES .. . -"" ? "A group of dresses -and ensembles; x ^^^^^ orig. 24.00-25.00 ·'; NOW 8.99 LINGERIE/ROBES 60 Gowns, slips and pajamas, orig. 8.00-12.00 NOW 3.99 65 Slips, half slips and,junior bras MOW .Wench 26 Kodel/cotton shifts, orig: 10.00 ' · NOW 4.99 FOUNDATIONS One piece foundations in pull-on or zipper styles, regular and panty, not every size in every style, orig. 17.00-25.00 J , NOW 10.99 Lightweight panty briefs that are excellent · under swim suits and shorts, . . . · · ' ; S-M-L, orig. 8.00 . . . NOW 2/7.00 YOUNG W.VA. SHOP 39 Junior dresses, orig. 17.00-40.00 NOW 7.90 to 23.90 52 Junior jeans and pants, orig. 12.00-15.00 NOW 3.99 MISSES'DRESSES A selected group of misses'dresses, orig. 27.90-44.00 ' · NOW 19.00 A small group of half size dresses, orig. 38.00-72.00 NOW 19.00 JHOESALON 106 Pairs of summer Bone or White shoes in assorted styles By Caressa, orig. 22.00 NOW 12.99 21 Pairs of Medici spectator sling heel shoes, orig. 41.00 NOW 30.99 53 Pairs Cobbies summer shoes in Bone or White, assorted styles, orig. 20.00 NOW 10.99 THIRD FLOOR DRAPERIES 5 Pairs ruffle curtains 80"x36", orig. 11.00 NOW 3.99 7; Pairs lined draperies 48"x90", orig{ 29 .00 , NOW 14.99 f.P'air unlined'-draperies 131"x86" brig. 95.10 NOW 39.99 . 6 Pairs unlined draperies 48" x90", orig. 12.00 ' . ^ ' , · NOW 8.99 1 7 Madras throws 72"xl 08", orig. 6.00 ' ' 7 Valances, assorted, orig. 3.00 NOW 1.99 .'4 Pairs tier curtains 36'", orig. 6.00 NOW 3.99 3 Valances, in antique satin with fringe, orig. 8.00 NOW 3.99 2 Swag valances, orig. 10.00 . NOW 4.99 .1 'Pair unlined draperies 96"x63", orig. 27.50 NOW 14.99 SLEEPSHOP Jamison duo-sleepers, close out on patterns, orig. 219.00- 399.00 ' NOW 30% OFF ' FURNITURE Pine bedroom by Lane, with triple dresser and chest, king size headboard and two night stands, orig. 1074.95 NOW 899.95 Pine dining room by Lane with round extension table and three side chairs and one arm chair, orig. 669.00 ; NOW 539.00 Imports, accent pieces, orig. 29.95-139.95 NOW 20% OFF Traditional and Colonial sofas, orig. 299.95 NOW 219.95 Traditional and Colonial love seats, orig. 249.95 NOW 179.95 Traditional and Colonial chairs, orig. 149.95 NOW 99.95 CARPET CENTER Group of accent rugs, assorted patterns and colors, 21"x36" thru 4'x6', orig. 1.98-34.98 NOW .88 to 24.99 25 Hand hooked accent Tugs in assorted colors 21"x33" orig. 12.98 NOW 6.99 each 25 India accent rugs in assorted patterns, 16"x24", orig. 15.00 NOW 11. 99 each ~ 25 Oriental type accent rugs in assorted patterns, 16"x24", orig. 11.00 NOW 8.77 each BUDGET STORE SPORTSWEAR 150 Pieces of sportswear including slacks, blouses, vests ond jackets, orig. £00-25.00 NOW ViPRKE JR. CAPSULE SpSportswear separates, orig. 5.00-15.00 NOW .99 to 199 MESSES 24 Dresses, orig. 20.00 ROW 12.M 30 Dresses, orig. 24.00 NOWIt.N ·AYTMEMtSSfS 17 Misses' and half size dresses, orig. 16.00 NfW7.99 34 Misses' ond half size dresses, orig. 9.00 ·0913,99 HOSIERY 150 Pairs of one size stretch panty hose in Pink, Blue; Mink or Lilac, orig. .59 NOW 3 for .99 83 Pairs of support hose, orig. 1.89 NOW 3 for .99 ACCESSORIES 100 White vinyl and straw handbags, orig. 6.00-8.00 NOW 25% OFF 69 Halters imone size stretch, orig. 2.00-3.00 NOWV2PRKE Polyester/cotton blazers, orig. 18.00 ^^W FOURTH FLOOR BffANTS'WEAR 95 Infants' and toddler girls' knit shirts, orig. 1.69-2.00 NOW 2 far 1.00 24 Toddlers' three piece knit suits, orig. 15.00-20.00 HOW6.fi tins' WEAI 7-14 39 Slacks, orig. 9.00-10.00 NOW 5.99 19 Blouses, orig. 8.00-9.00 NOW 4.99 Ilk iM^il tf IV^Hk 42 Summer skirts, orig. 9.00-10.00 NOW 5.99 16 Dresses, orig. 18.00 NOW 5.99 ·OYS'RIMISNMCS Group of boys' belts, orig. 3.50-5.00 NOW .99 1*1.99 Group of boys' ties and bow ties, orig. 1.50-4 00 NOW. 59 1« 1.99 Famous brand slacks and jeans in junior, prep and husky sizes, orig. 9.00-14.00 NOW 5.99 to 7.99 Famous brand boys seersucker sportcoats reg. 18.99-35.00 NOW 30% OFF 36 Famous maker boys' trio-suits of 100% polyester double knits, orig. 45.00-55.00 NOW 32.99-39.99 Famous brand short sleeve baseball shirts in solids, stripes and plaids in Sizes 8-20, orig. 6.50-8.00 NOW 3.99 to 5.99 CHILDREN'S TENS' SHOES 120 Pairs of Buster Brown's girls' dressy Yellow and White patent leather shoes, orig. 14.00-16.50 NOW.8.99 120 Pairs of children's summer sling clogs, orig. 9.50 NOW 3.99 UNENS Group of bath rugs NOW'/iPRKE Group of vinyl tablecloths, orig. 3.99-4.99 ....... NOW 1.996199 Terry aprons and blender covers, orig. 4.00 2.75 NOW 1.99 and 1.35 Linen tea towels, orig. 1.50 NOW .79 Odds and ends of sheets and cases NOW '/j PIKE AND LESS Assortment of bedspreads. """ " ' ''' ' "'" . FASHION FAIRKS Assortment of fabrics, cottons, polyester, in solids and prints NOW ViPRjCEt LESS Group of winter fabrics NOW 75% OFF FIFTH FLOOR 50 Sleeveless dusters and shifts, » " 6.00 2.99 69 Nylon gowns, orig. 6.00-7.00 " " , f f FOUNDATIONS 72 Junior miss bras with lightly lined soft cup, by Formfit Rogers 32-36 A-B-C, orig. 4.50 » NOW 1.99 48 Three-quarter length bras with all stretch back, lace cups lined with cotton, S6-.42 B, 36-44 C-D, orig. 6.50 NOW 4.99. 24 Girdles in broken size range, close out on these styles, .orig. 5.00-10.00 NOW .99 12 Formfit Rogers hi-top girdles with zipper, 30-38" waist, orig. 18.50-20.00 NOW 7.99 WOMETS SHOES 30 Pairs tennis casuals, orig'. 4.99 NOW3.W 40 Pairs Connie and Cotillion shoes, orio. 11.99-15.99 SILVER 7 SaverVj to"V off on assorted silverplate hdloware pieces UMITBQUANTITN5! CHINA Save '·: on discontinued china, most sets are 4fcpieces, service for eight; sorry, no serving pieces VERY LIMITED QUANTITIES! BOOKSHOP : 344 Books, paper backs and hard backs in children's and adults fiction and non-fiction, limited quantities. Most are one of a kind in this group NOW Vi PRICE LESS HOUSEWARES 36 Mugs, orig. 1.25 · NOW .50 12 Sets of three baskets, orig. 3,75 NOW 1.00 16 Candy or cookie jars, orig. 2.00 NOW 1.00 4 Electric Bake Serves, orig. 19.99 NOW 14.00 2 Electric fry pans, orig. 22.90 NOW 15.00 2 Toasters, orig. 10.90 14.90 NOW 9.00 18 Automatic clothes brushes, orig. 8.88 NOW 3.00 ELECTRONICS 6 Panasonic AM/FM portable radios, orig. 17.95 NOW 12.00 2 Soundesign calculators, orig. 99.95 NOW 75.06 MAJOR APPLIANCES 18 General Electric ice cube trays, orig. 1.50 NOW .99 4 Hoover Constellation canister cleaners, orig. 39.95 NOW 31.95 25 Pairs of Andiamo sandals orig. 17.00 NOW 8.90 INFANTS'WEAR 24 Toddlers shortalls, orig. 3.75 NOW188 22Swim caps, orig. 1.49-2.29 NOW .99 CMIS'WEAR 7 Halter/skirt sets, orig. 9.00-10.00 NOW 1.99 BOYS'WEAR 120 Pairs of jeans, orig. 5.50 NOW 1.29 MEN'S WEAR 50 Pairs of slacks, orig. 8.50 NOW 1.99 35 Pairs of slacks, orig. 9.99 NOW 199 TOYS 3 Tykeworld sets, orig. 8.50 \

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