Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 13, 1972 · Page 11
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 11

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HA--Aug. 13, 1972 Sunday Gmtett+Maa After Paying the Fine, He Won't Need Utensils A JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (AP) magistrate fined 52-year-old Patrick G. $133 for stealing a knife, fork and spoon from a department store. New YorfeDemocrats Laud Wagner Nod © N. NEW Y. Times Serf tee failure of the McGovern forces YORK-Sen. George McGovern's appointment of former Mayor Robert F. Wagner as state chairman of his presidential campaign has been welcomed by a broad cross-section of New York Democrats as an Reynolds opportunity to unite their diverse elements and get the state campaign rolling. Meade H. Esposito, the Brooklyn leader who has made no secret of his bitterness at the to name him as a delegate to the national convention, said he would do everything he could to help Wagner mount a campaign in Brooklyn. "Wagner is an old pro and he's an old friend of mine and he's well respected in the party," Esposito told an interviewer. "He will have every cooperation from me." Last month Esposito said the South Dakota senator could not carry Brooklyn without the help of the political "pros" and that he would have to mend his fences with them. Asked again if McGovern would carry the country, he said he could not tell "at this time" but thought he would. Wagner succeeded Dr. Richard C. Wade, a City University professor who led the highly successful McGovern drive for convention delegates in New York but had antagonized some "regulars." He resigned in the interest of party unity. While describing Wagner as "a distinguished New Yorker and a skilled politicain who is widely respected, New York Mayor John V. Lindsay Democrats at the news took a cautious conference, view of Mec- Govern's prospects in the state. "I think it's going to be tough. Wagner 6. FRED VAN WINKLE, M.D, ANNOUNCES TNE ASSOCIATION OF K.K. BISWAS, M.D. OBSTETRICS tGYNECOLOGY 421 DIVISION STREET SOUTH CHURtESTOK.W.Va. 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