Corporations: Going In for Outing

Fifty miles from the nearest telephone and 40 times that far from his office, Businessman Sheldon Coleman, 65, last week happily cast for salmon in the upper Jupiter River of eastern Canada's Anticosti Island. Coleman was on Anticosti for business reasons as well as pleasure. Back in Wichita, Kans., he is president of the Coleman Co., Inc., a 66-year-old firm that made the Coleman lamp and the Coleman stove famous, and is now expanding into a complete line of "outing products." For a tryout on Anticosti, Coleman brought with him a new two-burner stove, a new lantern fuel, and a...

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