Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 23, 1974 · Page 37
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June 23, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 37

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2nd Talks On Seas' Use Eyed CARACAS. Yeaezttela (AP -- U.N. Secretary General Kurt Waldheim predicted Saturday that yet another conference will be necessary to fin- allv draft a constitution governing usage of the world's seas. He said he was confident the procedural problems under discussion since the third U.N. Conference on the Law of the Sea opened Thursday "will be resolved." But he said that the 5,000 delegates and officials observers here may not be able to draft a global treaty for use of the seas before the conference ends in late August. A tentative "second phase," as Waldheim called it, has been scheduled for next year, probably in Vienna. Waldheim spoke at a brief news conference before flying home to New York. ElAliD HEAD OF MAYORS' CONFERENCE HITS ACTION LACK San Diego Mayor Pete Wilson (left) Listens to Chief Mayor Roy Martin of Norfolk, Va. Mayor Hits 'Impeachment' Lag OPINING THIS WEEK WILDERNESS ROAD DRAMA Berea, Kentucky "the finest in outdoor entertainment" WED, JUNE 26: GALA OPENNG outdoor buff eft at 6:30 p.m. (CDT) WED.-FM^ JUNE 26-28 8:30 PJI.WIDERNESS ROAD DRAMA during days: special art exhibit*, craft It dance demonstrations, puppet theatre, organ recitals. SAT,JIME29:WIDERNESS ROAD DRAMA 8:30 pim.(CDT) (Wilderness Road will play nightly through September 1. There are no Sunday performances except final one.) For information reservations: Wilderness Road Drama CPO Box 2355 Berea, Ky. 40403 (606) 986-9403 Directions to Berea, Kentucky: 1-64 to Lexing- ·ton, Kentucky--1-75 to Berea. SAN DIEGO, Calif. - Wi The Nixon administration will not promote vitally needed urban programs while it is embroiled in Watergate and the impeachment issue, the president of the U.S. Conference of Mayors said Saturday. Democrat Roy B. Martin Jr., of Norfolk, Va., opened the 42nd annual meeting of the conference by declaring the nation needs "a domestic Kissinger" who can put impetus behind such programs as housing, transportation and urban renewal. Martin told a news conference that Vice President Gerald Ford is the logical person to assume that role but has not done so. The vice president traditionally has served as the administration's liaison to state and local government. Ford was invited to attend the five-day session, but his office sent word that he could not. The Vice President made a series of speeches in California Thursday and Friday and was playing golf in Monterey as the conference opened Saturday. Martin and the host mayor, Republican Pete Wilson of San Diego, appealed to the Nixon administration and the Democratic-controlled Con- gress to expedite the impeachment issue, end their preoccupation \vith Watergate and break the logjam of urban legislation. "The business of governing America has fallen between the chairs of the administration and the Congress, and that situation can no longer be tolerated by the American people," Wilson said. ' Another Republican, Mayor Ralph Perk of Cleveland, a candidate for the U.S. Senate, told a news conference later he disagreed that there is a crisis in federal government that can only be solved by "immediate impeachment and conviction, resignation, or forget it." Perk said Nixon's resignation "would be bad for the country. It would destroy the presidential government." About 350 mayors, the majority of them Democrats, are attending the conference. Martin added that he did not expect the mayors to approve any resolution calling for impeachment, saying he thought it would be harmful and divisive to consider that issue. , ' / 1 j* ·JT~~ GAZETTE-MAIL MARRIAGE" THE HDA SECTION July 14 th Love makes the world go round and the Sunday Gazette-Mail will help keep it spinning July 14 when it publishes the annual Bridal Section, "Love and Marriage." It's July when prospective brides and grooms are buying clothing, purchasing household goods and furniture and making plans for their married life following summer and fall weddings. The Bridal Section will be full page size using full color as well as special features on engaged couples and the many stages of planning and buying to set up housekeeping. Deadline for copy for this special section is July 5. You'll want to be included in this Bridal Section ... and help ring those bells! · Beauty Solon · Catering Service · China · Craisewear · Crystal · Flowers · larnitare · Hoasewares · Jewelry · lingerie · Luggage · Photographer ·Pots and nans · Silver · Iridd Cowns ft call 348-4860 and have your advertising representative plan yew message far this special secthm, 7 COUPONS FOR SARA LEE ITEMS Sara Lee is featuring their Cup Cakes, Pound Cake and Coffee Cake in their latest Gazette and Daily Mail Food Day advertisements. Clip the 7 C coupons for each of these items and save plus enjoying their deliciousness. Save further by keeping the ingredient statements in each package. Send in three statements and receive a SI .00 refund. Pictured here with Smith.Street Kroger Store Manager Delmer Eicher is Mrs. Carol Hamrichuand daughter Leslie who at 2 Vz years of age has her eye on Sara Lee Cup Cakes. DIXIE CUP OFFER! SAVE 10 on 5 oi. Sizes Your coice of either one 100 count or two 50 count packages of 5 oz. Dixie Cups, with TO 1 newspaper coupon. ICE BUCKET BONUS $11.95 retail value for just $6.95 This big, beautiful cooler lets you picnic in style. Thoroughly insulated, it keeps things cold and fresh for hours. Rope handle, handsome American Eagle design on wood-grain background. See Advertisement Wednesday June 26 Newspapers for details on ordering and 10* coupon for Dixie Cups. COUPON SAVING ON 100 Count or 2-50 count she V AN CAMP PORK BEANS SUMMER TIME TREAT Save too by using the 10 1 off coupon in your newspaper this week. Good for any size Van Camp Pork Beans. Pictured above is- store manager Paul Gilmer of the Kroger store in Kanawha City and shopper Owen Bradley with his mother, Mrs. Wm. Bradley. Owen Bradley likes the large size Van Camp Pork Beans. KRAFT-Red Wine Vinegar Oil Dressing LETS YOU TASTE THE BURGUNDY WINE FLAVOR Now, the kind of red wine vinegar dressing you'd make at home comes ready-made from Kraft. Made with natural Burgundy wine flavor, combined with fine red wine vinegar and golden oil. A sprinkle of light special seasonings. It's a full-bodied dressing. Not too sweet, not too dry. Try some over Bibb, Romaine or Iceberg lettuce. Available at your favorite Grocery Store. YOUR FRIENDLY SUNOCO DEALER SAYS "TRY ME" I'M VERY FRIENDLY And we'll give you our best deal. Put it on your Sunoco credit card if you want. We can even get you extended payment terms. We'll help you make sure your car gets what it needs... when it needs it. Then when you come in for service, we'll look thing over. We take care of your whole car. After all, our customers are our best friends. And we can be very friendly. 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