Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on May 26, 1974 · Page 14
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May 26, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 14

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4B --May 26.1974 Sundav Gazette-Mail -Cnarlesfoo, We-it Virginia ^Good Humor' Man's Wares Really Wild CHICAGO W - Police have arrested a man they said used an ice cream truck to distribute heroin on the North Side. Authorities said drug dealers and users would use a code that contained the names of various types of ice creams when arranging sales from the ice cream vendor, Jose G. Aviles, 34. Aviles was charged with possession of a controled substance after federal drug agents and police raided his apartment Friday night and seized what they described as about four pounds of heroin smuggled from Mexico. Police Sgt. Richard McKelvey said Aviles distributed about $10,000 of heroin a week during his regular rounds. Ice cream flavors were used to signify the amounts of heroin a dealer wanted to p.ur- chase, McKelvey said. What gives children great pleasure that they can enjoy when they are 70? PIANO! Almost ony child con moittr a piano. 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Oregon's 73-year-old Wayne Morse is trying to win the Democratic nomination to the Senate seat he lost six years ago in the general election, and Kentucky's Republican Sen. "Mai- low Cook faces token opposition for renomination. # * * MOST ARKANSAS observers predict a close race between Fulbright and Bumpers, but some give Bumpers the edge. An independent poll March 11 showed the 48-year-old governor leading the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee 2 to 1. The poll, t a k e n w h e n B u m p e r s a n n o u n c e d h i s c a n d i d a c y , showed 60 per cent favoring Bumpers. 27 per cent favoring Fulbright and 13 per cent undecided. But Fulbright. 69, appears to have made inroads since then. He said two weeks ago that his poll showed the gap had narrowed to 6 per cent. Fulbright has spent nearly $500.000 more than Bumpers -- $674,000 to B u m p e r s ' $199,000 -- and is running a deficit of $123,000. To offset the deficit, he has taken out a $150,000 loan from a retired Little Rock insurance company president. Both candidates have called for curbs on campaign spending, but only Bumpers imposed limits -- $1,000 per donor and no m o n e y f r o m outside Arkansas except from people who knew him before hejvas governor. Roughly 30 per cent of Fulbright's contributions has come from outside Arkansas. Acknowledging Bumpers' p o p u l a r i t y , some of Fulbright's television commercials say: "It's okay to like Dale Bumpers and vote for Bill Fulbright." Bumpers cited inflation, energy shortages and other Solzhenitsyn Associate Theft Victim MOSCOW - (ffl - Thieves broke into the home of an elderly woman associate of Alexander Solzhenitsyn and stole letters, photographs and writings of the exiled writer, dissident sources said Saturday. They said money and valuables were untouched, raising suspicion that the theft was the work of political agents. The victim of the theft was i d e n t i f i e d a s N e o n i l l a Gheorghevna Snessarova who worked with Solzhenitsyn as a translator and researcher for more than 10 years. Solzhenitsyn, a Nobel Prize w i n n e r , was banished from Russia in February a f t e r weeks of attacks on him and his new book about Stalinist labor camps. He and his family live in Switzerland. Fayette Book Slops Planned FAYETTEVILLE - The Fayette County bookmobile will visit these communities this week; Monday -- No Run Tuesday - Beckwith, 9:30 a . m . -- n o o n ; L a n s i n g , 2:15-4:10 p.m. No R u n s on Wednesday, Thursday or Friday. problems in appealing to the voters to "join hands" in providing new leadership. He rarely mentions Fulbright by name. Fulbright's retort: "Anybody who thinks the Senate is going to give Arkansas its fair share because somebody asks them to join hands has got another think coming. You've got to fight for it." Fulbright, chairman of the foreign relations committee since 1959, has been visited in Arkansas this year by Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger and Senate Majority Leader Mike Mansfield, D-Mont. Seniority has been an issue. Fulbright said it has been valuable for Arkansas, not only in his case but also in the cases of Sen. John L. McClellan, D- Ark., chairman of the Appropriations Committee, and Rep. Wilbur D. Mills, D-Ask., chairman of the ways and means committee. Bumpers said seniority should not be the controlling factor in assigning committee chairmanships. On the Republican side, Pine Bluff banker John Harris Jones is unopposed for the Senate nomination. Jones, who has run unsuccessfully in previous congressional races, is not expected to be a threat to the Democratic nominee in the fall. Arkansas, four congressmen are for renomination. incumbent unopposed Gubernatorial nominees also will be chosen Tuesday. The Democratic candidates are former Gov. Orval E. F a u b u s , whose p r e v i o u s comeback bid, in 1970, derailed when Bumpers beat him in the primary; former Congressman David L. Pryor of Little Rock; and Lt. Gov. Bob Riley. The Republican hopefuls are former state Jaycee President Ken Coon and weekly newspaper editor Joseph H. Weston. In Oregon, age is the major issue in the campaign for the Democratic nomination for senator. The 73-year-old Morse, who served 24 years in the Sente until defeated by Republican Bob Packwood in 1968, is opposed by 45-year-old Jason Boe, president of the Oregon Senate. * * * MORSE TRIED to make a comeback in 1972 but lost to Republican Mark Hatfield in the fall election. Packwood, 41, is unopposed for the Republican nomination. Two incumbent members of Congress, Rebpulican Wendell Wyatt and Democrat Edith Green, did not run for re-election. A total of 22 persons are seeking to suceed them. Oregon's other two congressmen, Democrat Al Ullman and Republican John Dellenback, are assured of re- nominaton. Ullman has only token opposition, and Dellenbeck is unopposed. In the gubernatorial primaries, 10 Democrats are seeking the nomination for the office that Republicans have held for 34 of the p a s t 36 years. The leaders are Robert Straub, 43, former state treasurer and former state senator; Jim Redden, 45, the present state treasurer and a former state representative, and State Sen. Betty Roberts. 51, a teacher and lawyer. There are five candidates for the Republican nomination. The favorites are Secretary of State Clay Myers, 46, and Victor Atiyeh, 51, state Senate minority leader. Gov. Tom McCall, a Republican, is forbidden by the state constitution to seek a third term. He has endorsed Myers. In Kentucky's senatorial primaries, Cook, a first-term Republican senator, and Democratic Gov. Wendell Ford are heavy favorites to win. Cook faces two challengers: Ford, one. Neither Cook nor Ford has campaigned actively or spent much money. The most suspense in the Senate race was generated beforehand by Cook's failure to comply with a technical aspect of a new state election law. He neglected to name a campaign treasurer when filing his candidacy, and the state attorney general said his name should be stricken from the ballot. However, a circuit court ruled that his name will remain on the ballot. An apeal on the case has not been heard by the Court of Appeals, Kentucky's highest tribunal. The highlight of congressional races is in Western K e n t u c k y ' s 1st D i s t r i c t , where state Sen. Carroll Hubbard is trying to oust eight- term veteran Frank Stubblefield in the Democratic primary. In the state's six other districts, the four Democratic and two Republican incumbents are considered easy primary victors. Radio /hack OPEN MONDAY MEMORIAL DAY PRICE SLASH! 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