Newspaper Archive of
Lassen County Times
Susanville, California
Lyft
July 18, 2000     Lassen County Times
PAGE 25     (25 of 56 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 25     (25 of 56 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
July 18, 2000
 

Newspaper Archive of Lassen County Times produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




,es/Wesood PinePress Arts and Enterlainmenl Tuesday, J@y 18, 2000 911 in to determine reenville man to answer to abuse and ilegations is Thursday, for 40-year- Spliethof is 8:30 a.m. in Su- Ourt Judge Ira tof is accused of $100,000 old worn- learing can .r, the arguments the dis- can conduct hearing of victim. Attorney an applica- for a condi- of the Yrtle O'Brien, mtly moved in Indi- :o a nursing arguing that to poor not be able to 6 brief filed in [nty Superior states suffering from and inflrmi- hearing to pro- without to Plumas a formal court attorney, not Fried a applica- allows the it is Uly 19 in post he will re- County's cor- at least zs Preliminary From folk music to forest stewardship programs By Mary Kathkn West St.aft, Wnter Chester resident Bob Mc- Gregor first became involved with the Martin Guitar Com- pany in 1959 when he pur- chased one of its guitars. In nostalgically recalling that he wanted to be a guitar player during the period of time when the "world was filled with folk music," McGre- gor said that guitar cost him $179, a whole month's salaD" at that time. A special opportunity knocked when the Martin Gui- tar Company offered two gui- tars at a discounted rate to the employees of the Collins Pine Company because of their for- est stewardship program. The guitars are Limited Edi- tion Certified Wood Sting Sig- nature Models made by Mar- tin in recognition of the musi- cian Sting's unique talent and longstanding commitment to the preservation of rain forests Collins Pine has a program that produces certified wood, originating from a forest that meets internationally recog- nized environmental, social and economic standards. The Martin Guitar Company states that more than 70 percent of the wood utilized in the con- struction of these limited edi- tion guitars is harvested from forests independently certified by the Rainforest Alliance's "Smartwood" program and Scientific Certification Sys- tems, both of which operate in accordance with the rules of the industry's governing body, The Forest Stewardship Coun- cil. McGregoraid that the Martin Guitar Company pur- chased the certified wood from the Kane Hardwood Company, of which the Collins Pine Com- pany is a certified wood sup- plier through the Scientific Certification System. When McGregor's wife, Lau- ra, learned of the offer, she im- mediately consulted with Bob, who didn't hesitate for a mo- ment McGregor believes that Mar- tins are the best crafted gui- tars in the world and said they last forever. McGregor, who still owns the first guitar he bought, said it is not uncom- mon to see a 70-80 year old Martin guitar still in excellent playing condition. ++" / Photo by tar, Kahteen West Chester resident Bob McGregor displays one of the two guitars made available to employees of Collins Pine at a di counted rate from the Martin Guitar Company, The company made these limited-edition models in recognition of ilnmsi- clan Sting's unique talents and long-s.g commitment to the preservation of the rain forests. / / i / , THE LASSEN COUNTY FAIR FRI., JULY 2 ST 7:30 PM -FEATURING ..,.0.00 ......ii..+.oo SHow (On Day o00,Show Onb') sPONSoRED BY: FAIR IN FO UNE --, 11.95 RUSSELL. AVE. 257-4104 PREALE ,es/Wesood PinePress Arts and Enterlainmenl Tuesday, J@y 18, 2000 911 in to determine reenville man to answer to abuse and ilegations is Thursday, for 40-year- Spliethof is 8:30 a.m. in Su- Ourt Judge Ira tof is accused of $100,000 old worn- learing can .r, the arguments the dis- can conduct hearing of victim. Attorney an applica- for a condi- of the Yrtle O'Brien, mtly moved in Indi- :o a nursing arguing that to poor not be able to 6 brief filed in [nty Superior states suffering from and inflrmi- hearing to pro- without to Plumas a formal court attorney, not Fried a applica- allows the it is Uly 19 in post he will re- County's cor- at least zs Preliminary From folk music to forest stewardship programs By Mary Kathkn West St.aft, Wnter Chester resident Bob Mc- Gregor first became involved with the Martin Guitar Com- pany in 1959 when he pur- chased one of its guitars. In nostalgically recalling that he wanted to be a guitar player during the period of time when the "world was filled with folk music," McGre- gor said that guitar cost him $179, a whole month's salaD" at that time. A special opportunity knocked when the Martin Gui- tar Company offered two gui- tars at a discounted rate to the employees of the Collins Pine Company because of their for- est stewardship program. The guitars are Limited Edi- tion Certified Wood Sting Sig- nature Models made by Mar- tin in recognition of the musi- cian Sting's unique talent and longstanding commitment to the preservation of rain forests Collins Pine has a program that produces certified wood, originating from a forest that meets internationally recog- nized environmental, social and economic standards. The Martin Guitar Company states that more than 70 percent of the wood utilized in the con- struction of these limited edi- tion guitars is harvested from forests independently certified by the Rainforest Alliance's "Smartwood" program and Scientific Certification Sys- tems, both of which operate in accordance with the rules of the industry's governing body, The Forest Stewardship Coun- cil. McGregoraid that the Martin Guitar Company pur- chased the certified wood from the Kane Hardwood Company, of which the Collins Pine Com- pany is a certified wood sup- plier through the Scientific Certification System. When McGregor's wife, Lau- ra, learned of the offer, she im- mediately consulted with Bob, who didn't hesitate for a mo- ment McGregor believes that Mar- tins are the best crafted gui- tars in the world and said they last forever. McGregor, who still owns the first guitar he bought, said it is not uncom- mon to see a 70-80 year old Martin guitar still in excellent playing condition. ++" / Photo by tar, Kahteen West Chester resident Bob McGregor displays one of the two guitars made available to employees of Collins Pine at a di counted rate from the Martin Guitar Company, The company made these limited-edition models in recognition of ilnmsi- clan Sting's unique talents and long-s.g commitment to the preservation of the rain forests. / / i / , THE LASSEN COUNTY FAIR FRI., JULY 2 ST 7:30 PM -FEATURING ..,.0.00 ......ii..+.oo SHow (On Day o00,Show Onb') sPONSoRED BY: FAIR IN FO UNE --, 11.95 RUSSELL. AVE. 257-4104 PREALE