Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 13, 1976 · Page 39
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June 13, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 39

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1 1 C -- J u n e 13. 1976 Sunday Gazette-Mail ' " ·--Ctiaricit'on. »vesi Virginia Reagan Wins Showdown in Missouri; Carter Begins Talks With Opponents The -issociati'tl I're Ronald Reagan won a showdown with President Ford in Missouri on Saturday, collecting another 18 delegates to the Rep u b l i c a n N a t i o n a l C o n v e n t i o n . On the Democratic side, Jimmy Carter, leading c o n t e n d e r for his p a r t y ' s n o m i n a t i o n , started a round of fence-mending conferences w i t h his p r i m a r y election opponent?. Unemployment formally became a general election issue on Saturday as the Democrats' platform drafting subcommittee decided in Washington that its candidate should campaign on a platform call- ing for a reduction within tour years in adult unemployment to 3 per cent trom the 6.2 per cent recorded in May. The adult unemployment rate is lower than the general rate, which includes teenaged joblessness. Ford, who along with the former California governor personally appealed lor support during appearances a day earlier, won only one at-large delegate in Missouri - Gov. Christopher S. Bond, who led the Ford slate. THE RESULTS FROM the state convention, coupled with delegate selection Arnola Mooney J r . Agent Hugheston, VV.Va. Phone 442-2391 last month in the state's 10 congressional districts, left Reagan with 30 of Missouri's 49 delegates and Ford with 16. Three were uncommitted. The 19 at-large delegates selected in Missouri S a t u r d a y were crucial to the campaigns of both candidates. Fewer than 100 national delegates separated the two before the selection. Another 260 remain to be chosen before the national GOP convention. To get the Republican nomination at the convention in Kansas City. 1.130 delegates will be needed. After the Missouri selection. Ford led Reagan HBO to 886. Carter arranged about an hour's private talk Saturday with Alabama Gov. George C. Wallace.' The two clashed in early primaries in Florida and North Carolina, with Carter scoring crucial victories. On Wednesday. Wallace conceded, releasing his committed delegates, and scheduled the meeting with Carter. Carter press aide Jody Powell listed the party platform, tax reform and welfare as topics the former Georgia governor would discuss with Wallace. Carter also planned a meeting in New York on Monday with his strongest challenger in the primaries. Rep. Morris Udall of Arizona. And Carter aides said he has called other Democratic figures such as Sen. Edward Kennedy of Massachusetts and Sen. Frank Church of Idaho. A Carter spokesman claimed Friday that the former Georgia governor had 1.630 delegates lined up for the national Democratic convention. 125 more than needed for the nomination. An Associated Press count showed Carter with 1.270.5 delegates and Udall second with 329. The subcommittee's acton came as it heard a statement from Carter saying the platform "should set forth realistic goals and achievable, affordable policies which can and should be attained." The subcommittee also approved platform sections on the economy, government reform and business accountability. In other campaign developments: ·· Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey. D-Minn.. has swung his support to Carter, the Chicago Daily News said Saturday. ·· New York Gov. Hugh Carey said Saturday he is supporting Carter for president because "we need a Democratic president and he has earned the support of all of us." Sale Sun., Mon., Tuesday, June 15th. See our big ad on Wednesday Affl and Pffl Charleston Daily. Save 34' Real Mayonnaise by HelSmcsnn's Save 54 Domino Granulated Pure Qt Jar-With Coupon Stive 38' S.R. or Reg. Enr. 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