Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 6, 1976 · Page 160
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June 6, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 160

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Good News! \bu will never have to change blades again. Introducing the new Gillette disposable razor called Good News! The new Good News! razor is all one piece. The handle and the head that holds the blades are bonded A together. That means no cartridges or blades to _ mess with. The lightweight GKATSHAVES. plastic handle B gives you a light kind of touch ordinary razors don't have, and it's grooved C to give a good solid grip. There's even a clear plastic cap D to cover the blades after every shave. And now about the shave. The Good News! razor features twin blades E with all the advantages you get with twin-blade action. FOR ONLY 25*. Smoother - s | ic k en more comfortable, you name it. And what happens when the blades get dull? After lots and lots of great shaves, you just throw the whole razor away and reach for another Good News! And here's the clincher.The whole thing, razor, handle, twin blades, cap and all, sells for only a quarter. For shaves I ike these at a price like this, you can't afford not to try it. You mean you're still not sure? This coupon has gotto'convinceyou. The Good News! 25* disposable razor by Gillette. ITS DISPOSABLE. AGENTS OFF WHEN YOU BUY 2 Good News!TM MR. RETAILER: You ore ouihof ired to redeem this coupon lor us. Vfe will reimburse you for the foce value of the coupon plus 5 C lor hgndling, provided you ond the consumer hove complied with thoierms of this coupon oHer failure to enforce h?se terms should not be deemed o woivw of any of the conditions. This coupon isgopd only when received by you If om o consume* 1 purchasing GOOD NEWS' DISPOSABLE RAZORS. Invoices proving your current purchase o( sufficient stocks to cover coupons presented rnust be shewn upon request Failure to do so may. at our option, void oil coupons presented For redemption. We wit not honor coupons redeemed through outside agencies, brokers, or others who ore not reiuil distributors o! our product unless specifically authorized by us. Coupons ore no! translenjhle: Consume! must pay ony sole? tax. Void if prohibited, taxed or restricted by low. Valid in U 5 A only The 6 Itette Company. Coupon Redemption Center. P.O. Box 301. Kankakee. 111. 609Q1. Cash \tolue 1/306. By Gillette CENTS OFF WHEN YOU BUY 2 Coupon apim DK. 31.1776. G185A On campaign trail: Jerry Brown answers questions at Maryland rally. He feels a new generation of leaders is needed to take the country upward and onward. runner emerges, the present fluid state in the Democratic primary continues, that what I say and believe spreads throughout the country and receives increasing attention, that the response continues to grow, that I am successful at least in California and possibly in some other states, that as I then talk and meet with other people they react favorably, that as I go into the convention my own rating with the American people is very high, that there are no other candidates who are able to put it all together. At that point in time I'll have a very serious chance." Chance to be Veep Jimmy Carter in the past two months seems to have "put it all together." So where does that leave Jerry Brown? If offered the Vice Presidency on the Democratic ticket--a possibility since he is a Roman Catholic from the nation's most populous state who might also help Carter carry New York and Illinois--would he accept? Brown's reply: "That's a decision I'd make when and if I got to the convention. Running for the Presidency, I realize what Rockefeller and Johnson did before. I'm trying my best to present myself and my ideas. It's not an attempt to get the Vice Presidency. If I'd wanted that, I would have stayed out. There are a number of ways of staying out of the Presidential race and working with the other candidates that might have made that eventuality [the Vice Presidency] more likely but with very little ride." Some of the men on Jerry Brown's strategy committee believe that he's made two major errors in his race for the Presidential nomination: he did nothing to bring this year's Democratic National Convention to Los Angeles, and he started his Presidential sprint too late. jerry's answer: "It has been written that the first shall be last and the last shall be first." A classic parable of wishful thinking. CONTINUED i moved slowly and skeptically in the field of expenditures. "I'm cheap" is a favorite crack of his. He has recruited young, well-educated officials, many with Yale and University of California backgrounds. One of his bodyguards is Penelope Cravens, 27, a former stewardess. He has appointed blacks, Chicanos and.women to office. He has maintained the personal income tax line, abolished the Department of Commerce and the Bureau of Tourism and has asked the citizenry to lower its expectations as regards government's ability to provide panaceas for ills, inadequacies and deficiencies. One of his early outstanding achievements, the establishment of a Farm Labor Board to manage peaceful elections between farm laborers and owners, is currently in limbo, as are his attempts to solve California's medical malpractice dilemma. Planning for jobs Coincidental with his desire for the Presidency is a plan to use state and federal money to provide Californians with 3000 additional jobs, a plan previously offered up by one of his appointees, whom Jerry fired because of a critical article in the Oakland Tribune. The young sometimes panic quickly. Brown is exquisitely sensitive to the mood of the.electorate. He knows that the average citizen holds the garbage man in higher esteem than he or she holds a politician. He has therefore assumed the mantle of the consummate non-politician and tries to behave like one. But he is after all a creature of his environment, and he is nothing if not realistic where politics are concerned. Several weeks ago, before Jimmy Carter broke out of the pack and became the Democratic front-runner. Brown said: "My successful nomination [for the Presidency] requires certain things. First of all, that no clear front-

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