Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on May 30, 1976 · Page 53
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 53

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, May 30, 1976
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13» -May 30, 1976 SHABBY G««te-MaiI : ChvlOkn, Y««t Virgin* RESTING Major Candidates Shun Travel With Minor Primaries on Tap their state primaries voted lor other candidates or did Dot vote *ben election day came. And a reputable firm's poll (or the Baltimore Sun predicted a narrow victory (or Carter in the Maryland primary, which Brown woo with a substantial 19-37 margin. Harris said. »· The Michigan Democratic Central Committee met Saturday and announced the official allocation of national delegates from the May 18 state primary gave Carter 69, Udall 58 and Wallace two. Four national delegates will attend the convention uncommitted. Michigan delegates are bound through two ballots unless released by their candidates. » Hawaii Democrats were holding their state convention Saturday and Sunday u elect 17 national delegates - IS uncommitted and one each for Udall and Jackson. Democrats voted at precinct meetings earlier this year on the allocation of delegates. Carter sent his 25-year-old son. Chip, and daughter-in-law Caren to Hawaii last Thursday to campaign for him. despite the party's declared intention to send a predominantly uncommitted delegation to the Democratic National Convention. G[ORGEV.HAMRICU». ·fkfctffktH 31MfccCttKLEAYLS.l SwtefrW Effective JMel,197fi The Auotiated Pren With primaries slated Tuesday in South Dakota, Rhode Island and Montana, three major presidential coAnders spent the holiday weekend at home. Republican Ronald Reagan was in California, President Ford in Washington and Democrat Jimmy Carter in Georgia. Other Democratic hopefuls continued campaigning, Sen. Frank Church of Idaho and Gov. Edmund G. Brown Jr. of California in Rhode Island and Rep. Morris Udall of Arizona in South Dakota. Ford planned to relax in Washington and later at the presidential retreat in Camp David, Md., until Monday. Although Reagan was at home, he was seeking votes. The California primary is slated for June 8. Brown, buoyed by his record write-in vote in Oregon last Tuesday, which won him nine national convention delegates, hit Rhode Island during the weekend. Church, continuing his Rhode Island campaign on Saturday, had passed up an appearance before a crowd of about 700 Friday night because he refused to cross a picket line outside the speaking hall. "I haven't crossed a picket line during my 20 years in the Senate. I'm going to maintain that policy tonight and I will if I'm elected president," he told picketers from a bartenders' union. In other political developments: »· An aide to Wallace said the governor would make a televised nationwide appeal for votes Thursday. The aide said Wallace, who has fared poorly in primaries, would explain then why he intends to stay in the race. » In New York, pollster Louis Harris said he and others are having a difficult time determining Carter's strength because voters who express preferences for him during surveys before voting are apparently changing their minds before casting ballots. Harris said 5 to 10 per cent of the people who said they would vote for Carter in NEITHER FORD nor Reagan have campaigned in any of the three states with primaries on Tuesday. There are a total of 59 Republican and 56 Democratic national delegates at stake. Carter now has 880 of the 1.505 delegates needed for nomination at the Democratic National Convention and Udall is in second place with half a vote short of 300. Ford leads the GOP race with 777 national delegates and Reagan has 644 with 1,130 needed for nomination. Before heading for his home in Plains until Monday, former Georgia Gov. Carter attended a series of fund-raisers in Ohio. He said he plans to spend about $100,000 on a media campaign for that state's June 8 primary. In an appearance in Youngstown, Carter blasted Udall's animated television ads which depict the Georgian as two-faced and noncommittal on the issues, calling the ads "the first example" of direct personal attacks in the campaign. , Udall, in Cleveland, did not respond directly to Carter's criticism but said he did not believe the three radio spots to be used in the Ohio campaign were "out of bounds." The Arizonan then took off for South Dakota, where he was barnstorming four cities by charter airplane on Saturday and touring the Sioux Falls area by motorcade on Sunday. Udall, seeking his first primary victory outside his home state, said he trails Carter in South Dakota but remains optimistic.' Sen. Henry Jackson of Washington, who has withdrawn from active campaigning, is also on the South Dakota ballot, along with antiabortion candidate Ellen McCormack, Gov,. George C. Wallace of Alabama and an uncommitted slate believed to favor Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey of Minnesota, who has said he is not seeking the nomination but would accept a draft. * * * OF DEMOCRATS Carter, Udall, Wallace, Jackson and Church listed on the Montana ballot, only Church has campaigned there. The senator has spent most weekends in his neighboring state. Won't Debate Ford Opponent, Kissinger Says WASHINGTON (AP) -- Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger said Saturday he would not any debate with Ronald Reagan, who is challenging President Ford for the Republican presidential nomination, i Kissinger made the assertion in a state- : ment prompted by an article appearing in the Sunday edition of Parade magazine which said Kissinger was willing to debate Reagan under the proper circumstances. The article, written by Lloyd Shearer, quoted Kissinger as saying he would be willing to participate in such a debate "providing I have the time and some reasonable ground rules can be set out." Kissinger said in his statement: "I want to make it absolutely clear that I am not challenging Gov, Reagan to a political debate nor would I participate in any such debate." He said remarks attributed to him in the article "were never intended as a serious discussion. Rather they apparently grew out of some random responses to the ob- versations of the writer while he was talc- ing photographs of Mrs. Kissinger and myself recently in California for what he said was a picture layout." Kissinger said he considers the conduct of foreign policy to be nonpolitical. He recently cancelled two public appearances in California "because they were so close to the California primary election they might have created a wrong impression." he said. "While I shall feel free to explain the substance of our foreign policy in a nonpolitical context, I consider a debate with a candidate incompatible with the nature of the office of secretary of state." Kissinger said. Reagan has made Kissinger's policies, especially those of detente with Russia, a primary issue in his contest with Ford. Postal Service Takes Monday Off WASHINGTON (AP) - There will be no regular residential or business mail delivery on Monday because of the Memorial Day holiday, the U.S. Postal Service says. The agency said limited post office window service" would be provided in some areas, and special delivery service would be available on | holiday schedule. PLEASE Our Offices Will Be Closed Memorial Day Monday, May 31st NOTE MEMIE* m Cap Your Slvmgt Inwrfd 10 (40.000 OPEN SUNDAY I TO 7-OPEN MONDAY MEMORIAL DAY, 9 TO 9 Prices Good through Monday or While Quantities Last OUR ENTIRE STOCK llftttriaV M 1 I S In SmniMr CeUrs Ms. Ct«l Foxy Lady and Other Famous Life Stride Styles Vtas ( MSTMUX VHfc'lltiZ IIUCY CUB (O.irLIUCK. GM.CMNUM.UE. MHOONOIIiMGE 90 PUR IC*n MWTS 6'/i TO 15 IOYV l'/iT06 BASKETBALL OXFORDS MCKM.MU.m.MVY, WMTfOtlT.MM ( PAW r "" 1 lit 01 NITCI . SIHS. S 1Q S1TIIS.M harieston Federal SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Charleston · Soulh.Charleston · St. Albans ft Cross Lones 5 OPEN X SUNDAY 1 TO 7 OTHER DAYS 9 TO 9 Illh ST. MYERS AYE., DUMAR76S-0061 Fr«t Parking SlHlOlEl ISlTlOlRiE ·JACKSON rftmife TUESDAY June 1st THRU SATURDAY June 5th OPEN 9 AM DAILY cwEinniuiT, EKimilDIVISITMIM ·KIIUIKUTS SALE STARTS TUB., JUNE 1st FURNITURE III EVERYTHING REDUCED UP TO SALE STARTS TUES., JUNE 1ST THRU SAT., JUNE 5 T " OPEN 9 AM TO 1MMXCBT FRIDAY SATURDAY, WNBI WE CLOSE AT 5 FM SAVE AN ADDITIONAL DISCOUNT OVER OUR ALREADY LOW PRICES... ON EVERY ITEM! Thomasville 96" High Back I Early American Sola, beauti- I ful blue and while cover. Reg. $890.00 Silvercraft 90" Traditional tufted back sofa, gold cover/ with decorated skirt and eon-^ I strasting welt. 1 Reg. $959.00 WE MM'T HAVE A SALE IVEIT WEEK OR EVERT MONTH, AMD NEVER JUST FOR THE SAKE Of ADVERTISING "SALE". WHEN WE. HAVE A SAll, WE MEAN PRICES ARE DRASTICALLT REDUCED TO CIIATOUT MERCHANDISE, REGARDLESS OF PRICE OR PRO* IT. MOW'S YOUR CHANCE TO SAVE UP TO 50% ON flNE QUALITY, IRAND NAME FURNITURE, DURING OUR 5 DAY SALE! 25,000 SQUARE FEET OF FINE FURNITURE! NEW ITEMS FOR LIVING ROOM AND DINING ROOM-ALSO CARPETS, APPLIANCES, AND THE LARGEST SELECTION OF LAMPS AND ACCESSORIES IN THE KANAWHA VALLEY! i I Thomasville 4 piece Solid Oak I Rural French Provincial bedroom suite (LaGallerie Provencial) light beige finish, triple dresser and mirror, large door chest, nite stand and 4/6-5/0 spindle headboard. 1 Reg. $2150.00 it'.490" I BrayniH 2 piece Family Room 1 Group, deep tufted back, I heavy leather look vinyl I love-seat and sofa. Reg. $1050.00 set SALE $739" set Thomasville 4 piece solid Cherry Italian Provincial bedroom suite, triple dresser and 1 mirrors, large armoire, nite stand and king tize headboard and frame. Reg. $2100.00 sui J 1450 w ^-- licksen of Dinville liril French Prei'mool · piece living rwm group. Beautiful 90" wood-Its so'" *Hh ·Hilled bhtt and while cover, 2 high back blue vclvel choirs, 2 gkm l«p lamp table; and glass lop cockloil table. Keg. Slf 10.00 sel SUE* 1350%. ^Thomasville Solid Fruitwood Cherry French Provincial Dining Room Suit., 50" China, Oval Ext. Table, 1 Arm Chair and 5 Side Chairs. nftr httty pine dining room ite, 52" china, oial eitension aW«, 1 upholstered arm chair and S uplwltlcred tide chain. Rtg.SHO.OO Reg $2500.00 Sale $ 1790 H 2 only Broyhill Early Ameri can Solas; 1 solid green, i orange and brown plaid. Reg. S399.00 each SUI279 M e«n ipeed Queen Automatic Washer and Matching Electric Dryer, Stainless Steel Tubs and all Deluxe Feature*. Rtt.S5«0.00«! Silvercrzft 96" tradition oose pillow back tola, o onge, blue and bieg stripe cover. Reg. $830.00 HERE ARE SOME EXAMPLES OF WHAT WU FIND! One group of odd living* 1 oom chairs, Early American I Trod.-Broyhlll, American of Martinsville, Thomasville etc. Values to $199.99 Sole SQQOO tf Singer 4 piece Oak Contemporary bedroom suite, triple dresier and mirror, large chest, niTe stand and book- 1 case headboard. Reg. S950.00 SALE Thomattille 8 piece solid chert? O a t e n A n n e dining r o o m itile, 54Trahled china double pedeital otol izleniion table with 2 kcnei, 1 uphdilered arm chair, and 5 opbol- ilered ihain. lig.S2IOO.00 Tremendous Savings on All Armstrong and Gulistan Carpets. M599 W All Lamps ond , ,, Accessories 1/3 On BEDDING SPECIAL! (ME OH LOT of MATTRESSES Sedy lemco FREE DELIVERY IANKIATE FINANCING VPT03tNOWTKSTOPAT STORE ARBUCKLE, W. VA. U.S.Rl.62(0!dRl.35) 15 Miles North of WinlieW Bridge Ph. 755-4191 (No ToH Charge Irotn Charleston) Pt. Pleasant Ph. 458-1600 HERE . ARBUCKLE · MOTMU AjmiCAi Of M AtTHSVIlU · »tJnSTtO*K « HJUSTAM CARPETS · SUIT AND IEMCO MATTf ESSES MD BEMflK

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