Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 16, 1972 · Page 45
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July 16, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 45

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16, 1972 * Sunday Gazette-Mail __ -- Ch»r(wton, W»st Vlrflni* - i Cross Country SBike Riders Plan i Stopover in City About 40 bicyclists, on across country trip from California to k » ^TTMTM* Pag " 1D ! j? ct further - therc are two books ick G. Dutton wrote about the.and character was well as any ^ e White House ' wiU arrive at ULL UF THKSK RITS 4iur»!fnaf Vt n .avnloi*. .i,U-,t !,,, ;-,,u.,_,,.,- :_ i ...i:__ i_i! f«.... ,.. .. .77.'' McGovern Gently Self-Sufficient nn ·»*·« i --""""-I. "itiv, QIC uvu uuyao luiv M. l/UU'.«I wruie ilUUW. UJC OF THESE BITS AND!that help explain what he ^changes in the voting population about McGovern, ob-'about as a person and as a and in cultural values which are v:ously do not add up to anIPolihcian. jemerging behind the candidacy explanation of the man. For One of them is "Changinglof McGovei-n-through sooner those who would pursue tiie sub-jources of Power," by Freder-lthan Dutton had predicted. The ' " " -- -- «"«VM^MV^^^H^^^M ANNOUNCING THE OPINING OF THE NEW BANK CROSS LANES y n M r D . , , - - ^ " CROSS LANES NOW OPERATING IN TEMPORARY QUARTERS WHILE WE BUILD A FULL SERVICE BANK DEPOSITS INSURED UP TO $20,000 MEMBER OF F.D.I.C. We earnestly solicit your business and our personalized staff and resources can handle your every need. NIGHT DEPOSITORY-- DRIVE IN WINDOWS HOURS: MONDAY through THURSDAY 9 A. M -2 P M FRIDAY 9 A.M.-7P.M. SATURDAY 8A.M.-12 NOON No Service Charge on PeibOiia! Checking Accounts * No minimum balance required ADiQUATE PARKING FOR AIL-COME IN FOR -. r , YOUR CHOICE OF A FRK CUT AND GET ACQUAINTED. - BANK or CROSS LANES 310 COFF MOUNTAIN ROAD, CROSS LANES AT CROSS LANES EXIT OF 1-64 Those conflicting qualities may illuminate his behavior in stopover. A l _ f . »» » i . · .. Morris Harvey College about , p.m. Tuesday for a one-night the fall. Does he trim on the , ,. . .. , . . . me S IU "K' vraicn latl issues for the tactical political elements, Calif., June 28, ,, advantage? Or does he strike making its tour as both a sight- out in new directions to show seem S venture and a demon- th e -|other is "McGovern," by Robert Sam Anson. a campaign biogra- ,,,,,, ,,. ,,,, phy which is remarkable for thej the nation ^ genre because ,t pamts in the| changes ^ ahead / Flying, down to the Miami! " 1ve told McGovern," said convention last Saturday, thejDutton, "that he's a transitional Hie group, which left San stration of the need for exercise. One of the group's advisers, Dana Morrison of Anaheim, Calif., is a former Charlestonian. He and his wife will arrive with the travelers who will stay like about the book. "My only! 10 ^. mm m a i s complaint," he told Anson, "i s ' ndin g a w a y e that's still crest- that on Vietnam you evaluated ling- It's going to bigger in 1976, not this year. He agrees with that, he knowns he has to straddle the old and the new." McGovern himself likes to consider such historical perspec- tivies on his candidacy. After me as an academic rather than as a pplitican.. .what seemed like vacillating on Vietnam was actually tactical shifts." On the other hand, McGovern often speaks warmly of his days as an academic. He seems to us an ai,jueuiu;. ne seems to ,, , . . . * , . ,--. enjoy the campaign most when| a11 ' he was trained as an histon- H -TMf^«nfc. v,;~ f.,;n, ,,;..,, .._j an. He told a friend awhile back I" jtake iy Dies in State MARTTNSBURG, W. Va. (AP) -- An accident apparently triggered by the opening of a cvar door has killed a 58-year- old North Carolina woman, state police said. confronts him with give-and-!?"He to ^. a . fnend arwn "^ back police : kp on serinns ksiips "T k-inH! how a pohlician can function as ... ,, ,, r vi \u '»ouea. i ivmu t eacner pwn ai ~ inline! Allce S. Moe of Fayetteville, of Uke the question-and-answer , , . . ' , a J °singi,. _ , . . _ . . . J. . jthing." he said once. "Maybe P? ht . IC1 "?' T ^/f m ? rk su l 'it's the old teacher in me com- hls de P th and detachment. lit's the old teacher in me com ing out." Teacher-politician. That is ajvenson candidacy laid the basis "In many respects, the Ste. ,, _ | combination which has not been j found in the White House since iWoodrow Wilson and, if one is [looking for stereotypes, perhaps for Kennedy," McGovern point- edout, according to the friend. "Maybe if I don't win, that's what I'll be doing--laying the lit describes McGovern's style groundwork for the next man." N.C.. died Friday in the crash on Interstate 81 near here of the auto driven by her husband, Herman G. Moe, 58. Troopers said Moe reached to catch his wife after the door opened. The vehicle went out of control and struck an embankment, killing Mrs. Moe, state police said. Moe was uninjured. Just Received... 1971 G.E. 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