Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 20, 1972 · Page 31
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 31

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 20, 1972
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20, 1972 Oarfe, McGovern Criticize 'Personal Diplomacy 9 By .Brocks Jackaet President NiXOn'S Chief foratal nnliHr»l imA*t ainurf ·* «+«!«· rt.i* «M h* hoe nn ml* in t» TnhmnM ·* »lw l.BT fwuik In Atty. Gen. Ramsey Clark said S a t u r d a y Henry Kissinger's peace missions to Paris and Safeon are ifcky. · dark briefed Sen. George McGovern on hit own recent trip to North Vietnam. Then he joined McGovera in criticizing «be travels of Kissinger, who is President Nino's chief foreign policy adviser. "I don't believe to tiog personal diplomacy. I thnk ifs too dangerous," dark said. "I don't belie* a one man carrying the fate of nations around in hia vest pocket on an airplane." McGovern said Thursday that trips appear to be a political Junket aimed at letting votes for Nixon, and that they are damaging to serious efforts to end the Vietnam War. · * · CLARK, INTERVIEWED in the driveway of McGovertfs Washington home, said he had no way of knowing whether the tripe were damaging, but he said he objected to that kind; of one-man diplomacy on principle. Clark said he has no role in the Democratic campaign, but said McGovern is "a strong, honest, effective man" whom he supports. Mctiovem's campaign headquarters issued a statement quoting the candidate as saying he and his running mate, Sargent Shriver, are looking forward to next week's meeting with former President Lyndon B. Johnom at the LBJ ranch in Texas. Johnson endorsed McGovern for President last weak despite McGovern's strong criticism of Johnsons poUcies. McGovern's Saturday assignment said Johnson excelled all other American presidents in supporting education, civil rights, antipoverty efforts, conservation and environmental protection. Everyone's BACK-TO-SCHOOL Favorite PAPERSMATE fWERSMATE ·OUTSELLS ALL OTHER $1.00 BALL PENS COMBINED ·CHOICE OF FIVE BARREL COLORS ·CHROME TRIM ·RETRACTABLE, REFILLABLE ·NEW SCHOOL ALMANAC OFFER [· PAPER MATE $1.95 PEN PAPER^MATE · POWERPOINT REFILL ·WRITES AT ANY ANGLE ... em UPSIDE DOWN! · CHOICE OF SUM OR REGULAR GRIP ·CHROME CAP, COLORFUL PLASTIC BARREL FWERSMATE. BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIALS AVAILABLE AT THE FOLLOWING DEALERS: FAPERSMATE CHARLESTON RtuOtyPmi lynch Pharmacy MtdicimShop DUNBAR DnbarFrintiaiCo. Marmet MoffiMt Phwimcy .· RETRACTABLE, REFILLABLE ·NEW SCHOOL ALMANAC OFFER · PAPER MATE 98* PEN --12,000 from Surf Metzen- baum, Shaker Heights, Ohio. She is daughter of Howard Metzenbaum, a wealthy Me Govern supporter who ran un successfully for the U.S. Senate in Ohio two years ago. -$1,000 from Mr. it Mrs. Alan Miller, New York City. --$1,000 from Harry J. Perry, Philadelphia, Pa. -$8,000 from Bernard Rodin, Wantagh, N. Y. --$1,000 from Arvin K. Roths- Ramsey ClarV Risky Mission* ALSO SATURDAY McGovern headquarters released names of 20 persons who contributed $1,000 or more from March 11, when McGovern first made his contributors' names p u b l i c , through April 6, the day before a new federal law took effect requiring contributors of $100 or more be identified. McGovern; who has criticized President Nixon for keeping secret the names of those who gave roughly $10 million to his campaign before April 7, said he raised $271,405.17 during the period. All but about $30,000 came from 9,931 persons who gave less than $1,000 each, he said. Those who gave more than hat included Playboy magazine publisher Hugh Hefner, Electra Records executive Jac Holzman and movie producer Sam Spiegel. Hefner gave $2,500 and Spiegel and Holzman $1,000 each. The list included: --$1,000 from William Black oi New Rochelle, N.Y., founder of the Chock Full O'Nuts restaurant chain. --$1,000-from Robert Wesley Brown of Menlo Park, Calif. --$2,000 from Mr. Mrs. Oliver Butterworth, West Hartford Conn. --$1,100 from Mr. and Mrs Shawn Concannon, Chicago, 111 --$3,325.27 in stock from Alan Davis, a young New York City .aw student. --$2,278.42 from Frank E. Karelsen, New York City. --$1,000 from David B. Kin ney, Arlington, Va. --$1,000 from Jay I. Kislak Miami, Fla. --$1,000 from Norman Kunin -$1,000 from Arvin K. Roths Garden City, N.Y. child, Jacksonville, Fla. --$5,000 from Mrs. Madeline R. Russell, a philanthropist o San Francisco, Calif. --$2,000 from Albert Savinin Jersey City, N.J. --$1,500 from Washington, D.C lawyer Marvin Willig. FINAL CLEARANCE LADIES' BERMUDA SHORTS Reg. 3.99 1.99 100% POLYESTER DOUBLE KNIT · Sizes 10-18 · Light blue, beige CLEAROUT OF STRAW BAGS Reg. 4.99 · Assortment of colors · Style variety · Save now 1 99 * V ^ * · · . · · · * · is-an ANNUAL vm ^^iS^lwI^l^lC^avt^oS^f^ l*«M|ji^'iPl^ f5 f*vTfflf ..A *L«, *£**v, f" am Ai, "s; » 9 * ·» ' ' - * ·«yn«T- , *Jir-« Monday WfidayivSnings. 5-t . jZ»- *'"U", **.... ' S.Wda/.Sbrninfr.WO-f?*, ^ '

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