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U ' 1976 UNITY Sunday Ga*ette-Mail CharlÂ«toa West Virginia ---- Who *s Going to Be No. 2 Man Key Question for Democrats NEW YORK (AP) -Broadwaygives its regards to Peachtree Street this week when the Democratic National Convention convenes in Madison Square Garden to nominate Jimmy Carter as- the party's presidential candidate. The man from Plains. Ga., population 683, was firmly in command of the party machinery and the loyalty of a clear majority of the more than 3.000 delegates. With Carter certain to be nominated on the first ballot Wednesday night, the principal item left for speculation was whom the former Georgia governor would choose for his running mate. One by one, prospects journeyed to Plains and then to New York City to be interviewed by Carter and to keep alive interest in what otherwise shapes up as the dullest Democratic convention in memory. * * * THERE'S NO LIKELIHOOD of a major floor fight over seating of delegations, or rules changes or the party platform. There's no threat of a walkout by Southerners or a party-rending fight over Vietnam. Those good old Democratic brawls -New York 1924, Philadelphia 1948. Chicago 1968, Miami Beach 1972 - that left the party bitterly split are only memories. This is the year of unity, the convention of sweetness and light, where Gov. George C. Wallace of Alabama and Coretta King will speak from .the same rostrum, as will Mayor Richard J.' Daley of Chicago and Sen. George McGovern., D-S.D. It's also the year the Democrats hope to win back the White House after eight years of Republican control. The convention may lack suspense, but that's a tribute to the remarkable campaign thet brought Carter from relative obscurity through the long primary election season to Madison Square Garden with more than enough delegate votes for a first-ballot victory. There scill was a likelihood that other names would be placed in nomination. Wednesday night. Gov. Edmund G. Brnwn Jr. of California still is technically a candidate. So are Rep. Morris Udall of Arizona and Ellen McCormack of New York. It takes 1,505 votes to win the nomination and the iatest Associated Press tally of committed delegates gave Carter more than 1,600. . . Brown and Udall arrived at the convention with about 300 delegate votes each: Mrs. McCormack. who campaigned on an antiabortion platform, had eight. In another departure from old-style conventions, the Democrats have ruled out balloons and bands and endless marching and cheering demonstrations for each candidate whose name is placed in nomination. They also are determined not to compete with the late, late show on television. THE CONVENTION rules state that "each 'presidential candidate shall be allowed a total of 15 minutes time for the presentation of his or her name in nomination by a nominating speech and not more than two seconding speeches; the time to run without interruption from the recognition of the nominator." Party officials insist the time limitation will be strictly enforced. The schedule also calls for convention sessions to adjourn no later than midnight. The major speech at the opening session Monday night, the keynote address, will be shared by Sen. John Glenn of Ohio, the former astronaut, and Rep. Barbara Jordan of Texas, who gained national recognition two years.ago during the House Judi- By Donald M. Rothberg Starter M84 M Each Additional Section S 268Â°Â° The Add-A-Section Diamond Bracelet.. .One to grow OP ... One to glow on. Start small and add another diamond section on every Happy Occasion. Growing in value, glowing with beauty, before long the sections will circle your wrist, and you will be the proud possessor of a Complete Diamond Bracelet! | (Pictured here is one of many splendid styles in 18K white or 18K yellow gold.) 0 JUHM.HHS Â· JIOCAHTOLITlin Â· MNAWHACm 37liSM(eCoilltAÂ«i.SE a ciary Committee's impeachment hearings. Glenn was one of the vice presidential prospects interviewed by Carter. Others on the list were Senators Adlai Stevenson of Illinois, Edmund Muskie of Maine, Walter Mondale of Minnesota, Henry Jackson of Washington and Frank Church of Idaho. Another name mentioned and being pushed by House Democrats was Rep. Peter W. Rodino of New Jersey; chairman of the House Judiciary Committee. Henry Kissinger Doubts Change Carter, Ford Diplomacy Similar, Kissinger Says WASHINGTON (AP) -Jimmy Carter's foreign policy statements indicate there would be little change in U.S. diplomacy if he is elected president. Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger said Saturday. "The main outlines" put forth by the likely Democratic presidential candidate "have been fairly consistent with the outlines we have put forth," Kissinger said. In his first Washington news conference since April, the secretary appeared irritated a! a question put in terms of his possible support for Carter. It is the other way around, Kissinger said: Carter appears to support most of the Ford administration's policies. And, he added, ''we of course welcome support wherever we find it." Kissinger also disclosed that the United States is working to develop a United Nations resolution with several other countries that would condemn international terrorism and establish some sort of mechanism to deal with the problem. Udall to Allow Name To Go Into Nomination NEW YORK ( A P ) - Rep. Morris K. Udall said Saturday he plans to let his name go into nomination at the Democratic National Covention but may withdraw before the delegates vote for the party's presidential nominee. Shortly after arriving in New York for the convention, the Arizona congressman told a news conference that there is no doubt that Jimmy Carter will be the nominee. Udall said the only question is how to satisfy his delegates and still build party unity behind Carter. "WE HAVE NOT YET reached a consensus." Kissinger said, and if agreement is not reached "we will put it forth ourselves." This statement was put in the context of the current U.N. Security Council debate over Israel's raid last weekend in Uganda to rescue more than 100 persons held hos- -tage by Arab and German terrorists. The secretary defended Israel's right, even though "unprecedented," to invade Uganda because of that nation's "either inability or unwillingness" to free the hostages. "It is also totally unprecedented" for innocent people to be put in the position the hostages found themselves in .Uganda, he said. In any event, "terrorismjnust end." Indiana Church Bus Overturns, 13 Teenagers Hurt FRANKFORT, Ind. (AP)-Thirteen teenagers were treated for minor injuries Saturday after a bus containing 41 members of the Bethel Baptist Church of Gary, Jnd., overturned on Interstate 65. The bus, owned by the church, was en route to a church convention in Anderson Ind. 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Democrats 9 Schedule NEW YORK (API-Democratic National Chairman Robert Strauss says the tentative schedule for the four-day Democratic National Convention calls for sessions to end at midnight every night. It also has two beginning in the afternoon, on Tuesday and Thursday, and two at 8 p.m. on Monday and Wednesday. Strauss and Andrew Shea, convention manager, issued the following tentative schedule for the four days: Monday, July 12 8 p.m. Chairman Robert S. Strauss opens convention. Invocation. Presentation of Colors. Welcome--Andy Shea, convention manager. Remarks by Caroline Wilkins, vice chairman, DNC. Remarks by Basil Paterson, vice chairman, DNC. Appointment of temporary officers. Welcome--Gov. Hugh Carey. Welcome--Mayor Abraham Beame. (p.m. Treasurer's Report--Edward Bennett Williams. . Finance Report-S. LeeKling. Remarks by Lt. Gov. Mary Ann Krup- sak. 9:30 p.m. Convention Film. 10p.m. Address by DNC Chairman Robert S. Strauss. li:3Qp.m. Keynote address by Sen. John Glenn of Ohio. 11: IS p.m. Keynote address by Rep. Barbara Jordan of Texas. Tuesday, July 13 3:30 p.m. Chairman opens 2nd Session Invocation Presentation of Colors 4:00 p.m. Credentials Committee Report Credential Committee Chairman Senator Alan Cranston of California 5 p.m. Dwayne Holman, Y.D. President, Remarks Mayor Moon Landrieu, New Orleans, Past Pres. U.S. Conference of Mayors Mayor Ken Gibson, Newark,'Pres. U.S. Conference of Mayors Sen. Wendell H. Ford, Kentucky, Report on 1976 Campaign Committee 5:45 p.m. Rules committee report on recommended convention officers, followed by election Chairperson 'Hon. Martha Griffiths of Michigan. 6:30 p.m. Rules Committee Report on Permanent Procedure Rules for the Convention. 8:30 Speech-Sen. George McGovern, South Dakota. 9p.m. Speech--Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey, Minnesota. 9:30 p.m. Â· Report of Platform Committee; Platform Committee Chairperson Gov. 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