Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 27, 1976 · Page 14
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June 27, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 14

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14A-June 27, 1976 Sunday Gazette-Mail Charleston, We»t Virginia Escapee Captured In Pennsylvania Rockefeller Denies Underwood Charge number of counties, particularly those in southern West Virginia. "I don't have the power of subpoena to go in and investigate. If I did I probably would be there now rather than talking to you," he said. "We have just been through an election that one would have to conclude was bought at the cost, 1 think, of about $8 a vote," he said. "There is little difference between a wealthy individual who buys an election and a corrupt political machine that buys an election." Underwood, who served as governor from 1957 to 1961, admitted that much o? I We Saved Money On Our flew Car With A City National 8,85% Auto Loan! NEW CAR RATES 36 Months Amount Monthly Total of Financed Payment Payments 0,000.00 j95.19 S3,«6.84 4,000.00 126.92 4,569.12 5,000.00 158.65 5,711.40 i,000.00 HQ..3? 6,853.68 Annual Percentage Rate 8.85% -Special Note!AH Payments Include LIFE INSURANCE Through Age 65 At No Additional Cost! With the higher cost of today's automobiles, every dollar saved is important. That's why City National Bank has offered the lowest rate in the Valley for a number of years. Our 8.85% APR personal auto loan is still the lowest in the valley, and 'we offer this same low rate to all qualified personal auto loan applicants. We invite you to shop around and compare . . . then come to City National and let us show you how much you can save with a City National personal auto loan on your next new car. We're the bank that cares aboutyou! FREE PARKING AT OUR DOOR Down payment? The Trade-in value of your preient cor or its cath equivalent luolly t» nXFiciftrrt down payment. "BMKfflG HOURS Riiit Lobby Drhre In S KitkUp Windows Installment LoinDept. Hon. thin Thursday 9:00 to 2:00 7:30 to 4:30 9:00 to 4:30 Fridjj 9:00 to 7:00 /:30to7:OD 9:00 to 7:00 Saturday 9:00 to Noon 7:30 to Noon 9:00 to Noon ^ Member-Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation CITY NATIONAL BANK OF CHARLESTON 3601 MocCorkle A ve. S.E. Phone 925-6611 Rockefeller's money went for legitimate advertising and organization. But he added, "I thinlc a gross overuse of money for political advertising violates the spirit of election law. People can be overwhelmed by the magnitude and power of this kind of money." The Republican gubernatorial nominee said it was not Rockefeller's wealth but the way he used his money that would become a key issue between now and the November general election. He said West Virginia's reputation for corrupt election practices has hurt the state's image and caused some business and industry to stay out of the state. "If the election process is corrupted, then it is most likely that the government process itself is corrupt," he added. Rockefeller, in his remarks, vowed to break up the political machines in Logan and Mingo counties if he is elected. Much of the political corruption in southern West Virginia is alleged to go on in these two counties. On other subjects, Underwood said he has talked with and expects full support from Gov. Moore in his November bid to succeed Moore. UNDERWOOD, who is an uncommitted delegate to the Republican National Convention, said he rates President Gerald Ford and former California Gov. Ronald Reagan about equal. Underwood said he has a good personal relationship with Reagan, but would find it difficult to "reconcile how a political party can turn out an incumbent." Underwood said if elected his number one priority as governor would be completing the interstate and Appalachian corridor highway systems and then upgrading secondary roads. Rockefeller also told the broadcasters^ on other subjects, that he would liked to have seen the state legislature appropriate more funds than it did for highway construction during its recent special session. Rockefeller said he has talked with both House Speaker Lewis McManus, D-Raleigh, and Senate President William T. Brotherton, D Kanawha, about highway funding and feels that if he's elected, co operation between the executive and legislative branches will be vastly improved. The Democratic nominee said he expects "a couple of debates" between he and Underwood before the November general election. He defended his failure to debate opponents in the Democratic primary by saying that such debates between the crowded eight-candidate field would have been "ludicrous." Seeing is believing! --i O ~ This Kenmore washer gets big loads cleaner than the next best- selling brands. And we mean cleaner. Dual Action · agitator . . . Mandanl on several larne · eap;iril\ moiled. 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(AP)-Jerry Wayne Lycans, among a dozen men who escaped from a West Virginia jail in May, was arrested early Saturday in nearby Harborcreek Township, state police said. Pennsylvania troopers, acting on a tip from West Virginia state police, arrested the 24-year-old Lycans at 1:15 a.m. at a residence on Buffalo Road in nearby Harborcreek Township. Lycans, a former resident of Rand. W. Va." was arraigned and lodged in the Erie County jail in lieu of $25,000 bond. State police said Lycans escaped May 10 from the Harrison County, W. Va., jail, where he was serving a 5-18-year sentence for robbery. He was arrested here on a fugitive from justice warrant. DOWNSTAIRS SIOR W. LOW PRICES,., EVERY DAV Shop Mondays and Fridays 10 to 9 other weekdays 10 to 5 phone 346-0981 GIANT SUMMER SALE FOR MEN! HURRY IN FOR YOUR PICK OF THE BARGAINS! 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