Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 6, 1972 · Page 52
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August 6, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 52

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lull--Aug. 6,1 972 Sunday Gtuette'Maii w«» GOP Radio-TV Fund Cut $3.5 Million WASHIN T GTCN-4P»_ President Nixon's campaign committee has cut its radio-television budget by $3.5 million to bolster grass-roots organizing in a move to match Democratic nominee George McGovern's (success in enlisting campaign:election three months from now.jgressional races than paid radii volunteers. . . . an( j t e i ev i s j on appearances b; unmistakably f. COMING SOON The shift in spending comes as Nixon is stepping up his personal involvement in campaign planning. He now is conferring regularly with his political advisers and appears especially concerned about hew he will fare in his home state ol California. From the Oval Office have flowed orders for Republicans to stress issues, not personalities, in the campaign. These orders reportedly apply to Vice President Spiro T. Agnew, too, and Ihere are indications Agnew has been urged to cool his rhetoric --at least for the time being. The new Republican emphasis on precinct organization ties into a secondary GOP goal of giving Nixon "a more tractable] Congress'' during the second term his confident campaign chiefs he will win In are the RE-ELECTION c a m p a i g n director Clark M a c G r e gor talked of the budget shuffling as he reported in an interview that more than 300,000 persons have been recruited toward a goal of having one million Republican volunteers in the field by Labor Day. MacGregor didn't link the changes in campaign focus to McGovern's precinct organization, or to Republican hopes ol dislodging anti-administration senators and congressmen. But Republican strategists were clearly impressed with the Democratic contender's success n lining up local volunteers in the primaries, especially in crucial California. And they apparently believe strong GOP precinct organizations will have more of a spin- off impact on Senate and con- the President. * MacGRKGOR SAID when he took over as campaign chie from John Mitchell on July 1 he found a solid set of campaign plans and a good staff. But he said he decided too much money had been allocated for radio am television advertising and no enough for precinct organizing. So he ordered the $3.5 million cut in an advertising budget estimated at between $10 million and $12 million and directed the money into accelerated efforts to enlist volunteer workers under the GOP banner. None of the money contributed to Nixon's re-election effort -an estimated $30 million--is being diverted into congressional races, MacGregor said, because "we think that would be improper." CLARK MacGREGOR Shifts Emphasis But Nixon's bulge in the politi :al polls enhances the possibility hat he will gst "a more tractate Congress"--one that will iring his long-stalled legislative troposals to a vote, MacGregor said. 840 Apply, 484 Receive SBA Loans C L A R K S B U R G , W.Va.l (AP)-Disaster Offices of the Small Business Administration (SBA) in West Virginia accepted 806 disaster loan applications during July totaling $2,537,000, according to District | Director Isaac R. Mayfield. Also accepted during July I were 34 business disaster loan! applications totaling $189,500. During the month, Mayfield I said, 484 disaster loans werej approved for $1,537,180. Mayfield said most of the dis-l aster applications are a result of flooding in the Northern and Eastern Panhandles during the! June rainfall from Hurricane || Agnes. Mayfield said the Clarksburg II SBA office was called upon toll establish major disaster offices! in surrounding towns. DISCOUNT FURNITURE CO, MOVED TO NEW LOCATION 010 - C H R Y S l f H - P l T M O U T H C A R A C f 52216th St. DUNBAR.W.Va. OPEN SUNDAY 1-6PM WHY PAY MORE? Admiral* Mark of Quality h arpe 2nd BIG WEEK ^rnc. BANKAMERICARD. Actm/rai SOLARCOLOR ·25" · 5 year picture tube warranty · SOLXRCOLOR FREE ICECREAM FREEZER '499. Not exactly as pictured · Bookcase Bed · Double Dresser · Chest · Mirror [MATTRESSES OR 12x12 12x15 12x12 15x12 12x12 12x14 12x12 15x9 12x12 12x13 12x12 12x12 12x12 15x9 12x12 12x15 12x9 12x15 12x14'10" 12x15 15x12'3" 12x14 15x10 12x12 12x18 12x15 12x12 12x12 12x15 12x24 * * * * We're going back to the good Olde Days when a dollar was really worth something and you reap the benefits. The prices are Old Fashioned.. .the merchandise is the latest, one old fashioned price includes: carpet, iponge pad, all door metals, expert installation. LUCKY SIZE RUGS CHARLESTON STORE Tarnished Gold indoor-outdoor $ 39.00 Blue/Green Nylon Loop $ 59.00 Putty Masland Carved 501 Nylon $ 79.00 Frosted Cocoa Carved 501 Nylon $ 89.00 Terra Cotta Textured Herculon $ 69.00 Ivory Satin Tip-Sheared Wool $ 99.00 Cameo Blue heavy Carved 501 Nylon $ 79.00 Tropic Moss Embossed 501 Nylon $ 69.00 Orange and Gold Nylon Loop $ 49.00 Wedgewood Blue Heavy Nylon Shag $ S5.00 Citron Heavy Tip-Sheared Kodel $ 95.00 Confetti Heavy Nylon Shag $ 79.00 Lime Ice Masland Nylon Shag $ 99.00 Avocado Bigelow Luxury Acrilan Plush % 99.00 Autumn Tones Heavy Nylon Shag $ 79.00 SAINT ALBANS STORE Adobe Beige Carved 501 Nylon $ 99.00 Amber Tweed Antron Nylon Rubber-back Commercial. $ 69.00 Tabasco Heavy 501 Nylon $ 79.00 Rust Tight and Twisted Nylon Shag $ 99,00 Blue/Green Commercial Nylon Shag $ 99.00 Celadon Super Weight DuPont 501 Nylon $ 99.00 Sunflower Heavy Antron Nylon Commercial Tweed . . . $ 99.00 Brass Heaviest Quality Masland 501 Nylon $ 79.00 Gold Tweed Stain-Proof indoor-outdoor Herculon $ 69.00 Henna Carved SOT Nylon $119.00 Honey Gold Sculptured DuPont 501 Nylon $ 89.00 Moss Green Tweed Textured Cumuloft Nylon $ 75.00 Gold and Capri Green Commercial Acrilan $ 69.00 Sapphire Blue Tight Commercial Nylon Shag '.. $ 89.00 Fern green 1/10 Gauge Commercial Nylon $159.00 INSTALLED m ea. CARPET ·EXPERT INSTALLATION · SPONGE PAD «ALL DOOR METALS BOX SPRINGS \L ioned Price. ACTION "GRASS" Action grass has the appearance of lush, thick well kept grass, but requires little or no maintenance. Rugged enough for putting greens, patios, boat docks, swimming pools, sundecks and many other /% M (~\r\ areas. Come in and see it.. .our grass ^ ^1 *~J *-l goes where Nature's grass won't. '-^ / · *J *J 4 ·¥- ·¥· ·¥· + * * * *· -*c * * * sq.yd.* Penny MAPLE CHEST · 5 DRAWER · 5 DRAWER-UNF. ALL FOR $2995 BABY CRIB · STANDARD SIZE · COMPLETE WITH MATTRESS * · WHITE OR MAPLE 36 50 12 15'widths Bright and clear, pure colors. . . SU uny , shaded by shearing make this a graceful TVl fl f* V| CkyO free form deeply etched carpet J-/11JX/JL1C/JL Q that will fit with any decor. Long wearing continuous filament Nylon that will give a lot of service at a tiny price. UNO RUGS VINYL COATING SC49 6 sq. yd. INSTALLED Cracker-barrel prices For luxury carpet.. .we call it the $20 look at prices grandma paid more for. Deep 'n thick heavy shags you .can practically wade in. MMMMMMMMM! Heavyweight Acrilan textures, luxury weight Kodels at less money than 10 years ago. Su- .*. - ^ / ^ per luxury carpets at an Old Fash- V "*1 TJ A O ·: r*-s4J- -^t^fl :*£a** -. £ '"IJ |MAPlt-~-.J iBunkbeds | Complete... EARLY AMERICAN LIVING ROOM SUITE 2 P c. $ 158" · 9x12 , · 12x12 · 12x15 . $6.25 . $9.95 $12.95 LIVING ROOM SUITES 11 .sq. yd. INSTALLED Remember when. The latest styles and textures were too costly to consider... not at Custom during Olde Fashioned Bargain Days. Choose from heavyweight shags that glow, heavyweight shock- Free Antrons, deep sculptures with up to the minute colors priced right and styled right just for you. 3 R 0 0 M S · INCLUDED! 3-fe. l*dr«em. In- rtnpring Mottrtn, let Springi, leek- «=it tc4. Daub!* Drtutr M ! r r · r, Ch.»t. SOFA AND CHAI». J PI ASTICTOP TABLES 2 D E C O K A T O * LAMPS. · 1NC1UDEOI Ploilic tap Dintlli Tobl», 4 Chain. All FOR ONIY '299 »EFIIGE»ATO» AMO G A S D A N C E Of' TlONAl. SQ49 C/sq.yd. INSTALLED Would you believe... | Movies cost a quarter, ice cream a nickel. . .would you be-:iSi lieve you can buy a beautiful kitchen print carpet today at 38 less than Inlaid linoleum. You don't have to wax or Spots and spills wipe right ^ SQ49 up! Check the colors . . . you'll find one to go with your decor. Shop At Home Charleston Store Ph. 925-4931 4218MacCorkl«Ave., Kanawha City Open: Men., Thurs., Fri. 9A.M.-9P.M. Toes., Wed., Sot. 9 A.M.-5 P.M. St. Albans Store Ph: 727-2948 St. Albans Plaza Open: Men. thrw Sot. 9:30 A.M.-9 P.M. Sunday 7-7 8 sq.yd. INSTALLED Cr FREE DELIVERY Up Mark of Quality REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER 12CO.FT. · SYR. UNIT wmmr · 1511. Hum · unions 199 95 REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER 2 DOOR WITH ICE MAKER · FROST FREE · 16cu.FT. · lOYr.UNIT WARRANTY · 127 IB. ZERO FREEZER · 4 COLORS S 299 °° You con see these fine carpets in the comfort of your home. Out of towners coll collect TOO mile radius. No obligation, of course. BUY DISCOUNT! .1 to 36 Plan j. BANKAMERICARD [·MASTERCHARGE TAKE A LOOK! COMPARE OUR PRICES WITH ANYONE, ANYWHERE ALL ITEMS IN THIS AD ON SALE WHILE QUANTITIES SHOWN LAST! D I S C O U N T FURNITURE OPEN DAILY 'TIL 9 P.M. SUNDAY 1-6 P,M. r ^ I PHONE 768-3815 ' 52216TH. St. DUNBAR.W.Va. FREE PARKING RIGHT AT OUR DOOR

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