Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 13, 1976 · Page 18
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June 13, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 18

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after temporary shortage of some packages.. NOW... Budweiser Draft Beer and Cans Back in Plentiful Supply! Budweisere DRAFT... at your favorite Tavern and Restaurant Budweisere «INO or a c c u s e 12-oz. CANS at Tavern, Carry-Out and Super Market Budweiser. K I N O Of aecitso Budweiser. K I N O O F B E B R S * the quality Premium Beer... Ask for it! Anheuser-Busch Labor Dispute Settled! Good News! The labor dispute that made the supply of premium Budweiser Beer from its breweries at times uncertain has been settled. Last week Anheuser-Busch announced that employees are back at work producing the quality Budweiser. So ask your retailer for 'Bud' it you don't see it on his shelf. Budweiser K I N G O F B E E R S 'Somebody still cares about quality.' r.C rif" »^r i ;j; 5?-----{ i £!-^'p" --cj ^'ABP~---^33 ?-'*·* 1*^.1 , / l l . . . ii i 1 ··,·; w F*2t !"nlw; *, -(£ *'A V : ^y*^ "udw(i* rl Hclwoi*''' idwiM!-' 1 C Central Distributing Company 9057»hAve. 346-9495 Jack Catalano, President 2B -June 13. 1976 Sunday Gazette-Mail C.',0r!Mfcn. /.ti! V i r g i n i a PLATFORM Plan to [{educe Adult inemployment Approved By R. Gregory Nokes WASHINGTON i A P : -- A program intended to reduce adult unemployment to 3 per cent in four years was approved Saturday by the Democratic party's 1976 platform drafting subcommittee. The panel said the party should back legislation to make "every reasonable ef- lort" to slash the adult unemployment, which was fi.2 per cent in May. Among measures, it said, would be an antirecession program to create government jobs when necessary, although it made it clear it prefers creating jobs in the private sector first. The panel also reached general agreement to a statement on abortion and on an income maintenance program to provide minimum income payments to poor and elderly Americans. HOWEVER, THE subcommittee was unable to agree on wording for sections of a party platforrn dealing with national health insurance and busing to achieve racial integration of schools. Gov. Michael D u k a k i s of Massachusetts, the subcommittee chairman, said there probably would be only a slight change in wording in an earlier draft on busing, but he said a ·'slight difference may make a significant difference in this The earlier draft supported mandatory busing as a "judicial tool of last resort" but also said the party would be "an active ally" of communities that want to achieve school desegregation without busing. Dukakis said new wording was being drafted and a final vote probably would be made this morning. He said the subcommittee did agree on wording on abortion. It. would put the party on record as acknowledging the "religious and ethical concerns" of m a n y Americans regarding abortion but would oppose a constitutional amendment to overturn Supreme Court rulings upholding abortion rights. Dukakis said the subcommittee agreed on the need for a comprehensive national health insurance program, but hasn't decided whether it should be operated by the government, by private insurance car- riers, or a combination on both. Also unresolved was how the program would be financed, he added. PRESIDENTIAL candidate J i m m y Carter called on the subcommittee to set "realistic and affordable goals and . . .not mislead the American people." "I believe you have an obligation to write a platform that will be a binding contract with the American people," Carter said in a 37-page statement to the subcommittee. The subcommittee approved wording Saturday for the party's 1976 platform on the economy, unemployment, government reform and business accountability. Other major issues remaining to be taken up included the party's position on busing to achieve racial integration of schools. KEY PROVISIONS of the economy section, which reportedly was approved" with little dissent, if any. include: ··Support of legislation to achieve 3 per cent adult u n e m p l o y m e n t w i t h i n f o u r years. ··Establishment of a national economic planning capability to set annual targets for employment, production and price stability, as well as longer-term planning. ··Making the Federal Reserve System a "full partner" in national economic decisions, responsive to the economic goals of Congress and the president. ··Antirecession grant programs to state and local governments and public employment programs and stimulus for the private sector. They would be automatically phased in during rising unemployment and phased out when unemployment declines. ··Special help for regions with high unemployment, including low-interest loans to businesses and state and local governments in chronically depressed areas. ^Consideration of a domestic development bank or federally insured taxable state and local bonds to make low-interest assistance available to such areas. ··"Responsible" tax reform to save over S5 billion the first year, including a requirement that high-income citizens pay a reasonable tax on all economic income. It did not attempt to define "high income." Here's leisure luxury at its best. Rich wrought iron for lounging and dining creates a beautiful setting whether indoors or outdoors. This exciting collection features weather-resistant finishes in a wide range of colors. We have just received a large shipment of these groups so come in today while selection is best and we will deliver yours for your summer enjoyment. 3 PC. Cafe Set - Includes a 30" gloss top table and 2 chairs with vinyl covered seats. Available in yellow or lime finish. REG. 5104.00 LEF1 5 pc. dinette set includes a 41 obscure glass top table and 4 choirs with vinyl covered sects. Available in yellow or lime finish. REG.S186.00 RIGHT · 7 pc. d i n e t t e set i n c l u d e s o 32"x60" obscure glass top table and 6 chaiis with vinyl foveiod seats. Available in yellow- or lime finish. REG. S271.00 e^/-k/yJO S 230 5 pc. mesh set includes 42" mesh top umbrella table and 4 mesh choirs. Available in oyster white or dark antique green. 'sOO /400 REG. $264.00 ° ' ln S 224 C 4 pc. seating group includes settee, easy chair, spring chair, and round coffee table. Available in oyster white or dark antique green. c; n -TOSH REG.S202.50 3 ' ' ' JU 172 OPEN MONDAY NIGHT TILL 9;00 4 pc. seating group includes settee, easy chair, spring chair, and rectangular coffee- table. Available in oyster white or dark antique green. ;O 1 OSf) REG. 5250.00 ·/ | / JU t V ALL PRICES INCLUDE SET UP DELIVERY 615 Tennessee Ave. Ph. 346-9539 ST. ALBANS MALL STORE HOURS- SUNDAYS 1 P.M. TO 6 P.M. WEEKDAYS 10 A.M. TO 9 P.M Fathers Day GIFT VAN HEUSEN SPORTS and DRESS SHIRTS JEWELRY 3.00T015.C TEX TAN BELTS 4.50 TO 12.50 BILLFOLDS 5.00 TO 10.00 PURITAN KNITS : '12TOH7. SELKIRK PAJAMAS 5.50 TO 6.50 SOCKS 2PR.1.0I SLIPPERS 6.00 The Great Father's Day Mix-Up bvFARAH F A R A H makes irixma and trcjtchino iur. Jackets and slacks in r-.cny colors and oat terns-all designed to mix crd match 'o give you a areate' variety of selections. See then- today. LEISURE 22.50 JACKETS TO 35.00 SLACKS 12.00 TO TO MATCH 20.00 New Fashion Colors ir Cool. Cool Summer STRAWS 5 99 and The Ideal Gift! 750 fS SPORT COATS REGULAR 35.00 O 100°- Polyester · SOLIDS-CHECKS PLAIDS · REGULAR end LONGS 'S 100 3 ; POLYESTER DOUBLE KNIT SLACKS REG. TO 16.00 SOLIDS- CHECKS PLAIDS SIZES 29 to 42

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