Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 6, 1975 · Page 21
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July 6, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 21

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Portugal's Head Charges Sabotage LISBON. Portugal (AP) - Premier Vasco Gonealves said Saturday that counterrevolutionaries on both the right and the far left are trying to sabotage Portugal's socialist revolution but that there is no government crisis. His remarks were in an interview with the newspaper 0 Seculo given only hours after President Francisco da Costa Gomes told the nation on radio and television that Portugal's military rulers were united. In the interview, Gonealves criticized "the reactionary forces of capitalism" and warned of the "real danger" of far- left counterrevolutionaries. But he said here was little danger of another March 11 crisis, when a counter coup failed. Shortly afterward the military leaders seized sweeping powers through establishment of the supreme Revolutionary Council. * * * GONCALVES AND the president spoke after a week of increasing political and social tension in which the Revolutionary Council reversed itself on several key issues, fueling rumors of impending major changes in the government. Several papers called the situation critical, and the army, meeting independently, said "reinforcement of authority in the country is urgent and indispensable." On Friday, thousands of workers marched in Lisbon to demand higher wages, to support leftish employes who have seized the Catholic Church's radio station, and against lax security that permitted the escape from prison of 88 former agents of the old regime's dreaded secret police, more than 50 of whom are still at large. In the past week there have been strikes by telephone and train workers and threatened walkouts by airline employes. 1 CHEST TYPE FREEZER Reg. '299* $ 249 Admtral. MODEL CF1556 Glitter at Levee All that glittered at the Capitol Street levee Friday evening wasn't the sun setting over the Kanawha River, although that was part of it. The main attraction was a Fourth of July musical celebration which drew a large crowd of boaters and levee sitters. Appropriately, the show was held on the barge Ben Franklin. (Staff Photo by Jack Kern) Boy Bitten by Shark INDIATLANTIC, Fla. - I/P) - A 16-year-old youth attacked by a shark while surfing at a public beach was released from a hospital Saturday following surgery. . · . Robert Clark was paddling his surfboard about 50 feet off the beach when the shark grabbed his right foot Friday. "I felt a sharp pain';sp-I.pulled my leg away and started paddling as quickly as I coujd to shore," Clark said Saturday from his home in nearby Cocoa Beach. "I never id see the, shark." Other swimmers,.however, said they got la look at the shark and-it appeared to be ^bout six feet long, y - : i- . ·'/.-. Authorities said it was-the firstjreported shark attack in Brevard County sinfce 1934. Clark underwent surgery .to repair dam- gaged tendons on the foot.and doctorsi said i he would be in a cast,for a month. Police notified lifeguard stations of the [ attack, but the beaches were not closed. Now: August Brides ,. : No longer is June the favorite'month for weddings. During the pa'st two years August has taken the lead. In 1974 there were 268,000 weddings in August, 251,000 in June. . ··:· {:'··:··'·':·- · · · / ^ \ '·· The beaches were closed for about four hours last month when officials had several reported shark sightings in the area. JACQUES CHARBONNIEZ, M.D. Announces The Association of HANS.LEE no In The Practice of Plastic Surgery and Surgery of the Hand Medical Building, West 215.217 VinjinUi Street West Charleston, W.Va. Phone 344-8353 · ; . vX|t: ··/·*|fc"- J xjk*^. \ JWLJI \ iM^k - . .- 5_ Business Management Accounting Jm^mmmsfcmmmmmmmmmm DEFLATION IS OUR BUSINESS. 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