Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 31, 1975 · Page 7
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 7

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 31, 1975
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7A --August 31,1975 * Sunday G**tte-MmU Houston ······ Golveston Tampico *'' " X McCarthy to Refuse Campaign Audit WASHINGTON (AP)-Tbe campaiga fhairman for independeoi presidential candidate Eugene J. McCarthy says be will refuse to submit to an audit of the campaign by the Federal Election Commission. Chairman Ronald Cocome said the audit was scheduled for Tuesday. "We respectfully serve notice to the commission that we will not submit to the planned audit." Cocome wrote to FEC General Counsel John G. Murphy Jr. There was no immediate response from the FED. Cocome said his letter added that "our repeated efforts to learn the purlose of the audit have been met by confusing and contradictory statements from the commission . . . we are forced to draw the con- clusion icat there is no specific purpose or legal basis for the audit." He cited the Constitution's protection against unreasonable searches and said -we believe it is our obligation to defend this right for ourselves and all other citizens who are threatened with the illegitimate use of governmental power." Cocome said the publicly staled purpose of the audit is to help certify candidates for matching primary funds. But as an independent candidate, Cocome said. McCarthy is not eligible for such funds. BUDGET STORE - AP Wirephoto Cloud Picture Shows Position of Hurricane Caroline 200 Miles Southeast of Brownsville, Tex., Its Winds Near SOm.p.h. Residents in South Texas Wary As Hurricane Caroline Chugs West BROWNSVILLE, Tex. - UP) - South Texas kept a wary eye Saturday on Hurricane Caroline as she churned on a westerly course toward a sparsely inhabited area of the northeastern Mexican state of Tamaulipas. Caroline, packing winds of 100 miles per hour and gales extending outward for 75 mjles, was moving at about 10 miles an hour late in the day toward an area halfway between Brownsville and Tampico, Mexico -- almost the same spot where deadly Hurricane Beulah crashed ashore in 1967 before turning north into Texas. »· SATURDAY EVENING, Caroline was 150 miles south of Brownsville and 65 miles from the Mexican coast. The National Weather Service placed the southeastern tip of Texas under a hurricane watch as rain and winds gustiiig up to 25 m.p.h. lashed the area. "Right now, we are just feeling the fringe effects of the hurricane," said a spokesman for the Weather Service office in Brownsville. "They are merely the outer edges of the storm." Temperatures along the lower Texas coast were in the upper 70s and cloudy skies and intermittent rain. The hurricane threat spurred some precautionary activity in the area, but most residents seemed to go about their business normally, paying little attention to Caroline, although beaches were almosl deserted. Traffic across the international bridge to Matamoros on the Mexican side was normal. A lone surfer was spotted on South Padre Island where frothy waves pushed the water line 40 yards beyond its usual level. Red Cross disaster teams from Oklahoma,.Kansas and Missouri,, began moving into South Texas earlier Saturday to prepare for a possible strike by Caroline. The storm virtually wiped out Labor Day weekend business in South Padre Island while it was still swirling two hundred miles off the coast. The holiday usually is one of the biggest for island re-, sorts. PARTICULARLY HARD-HIT were the island's motels. News of the storm prevented many tourists from reaching the area and caused others to cut their outings short. There was a steady line of persons checking out at'island motels Saturday and desk clerks said many checked out Friday when the storm stalled and no one knew where it would head. Residents along the Upper Texas Coast took litttle notice of the hurricane, but Coast Guard stations battened down equipment and air and sea craft. Some small craft ventured into the gulf but not far. "They're staying pretty close to home," said a Coast Guard spokesman. "We're still getting inquiries about the storm, both from people stopping by and many others calling in." At Padre Island, the National Weather Service warning to remain off the .beaches failed to deter a few die-hard surfers who were-riding the rough waves at the southern tip of the island. terrific savings . . . Curity diapers Cu^'ty irregular gauze diapers, 20 »40 Lirrit 2 doz. per customer no moil or phone orderi 'on d'ape'S only. Usually 5.39 I I I INFANT WEAR Budqef Store SHOP MONDAY LABOR DAY 1000 "1 5 00 FRIDA" 5 30 : i , l ' J O OTHER V»EfH D A r S v :iC I.. 1.00 OR CAH 3 J A 0 9 M the plush suedes... Bambino by Medici! Forfeiting a return to glamor, the Bambino will really compliment all those new outfits you have for fall . . , plush add some snap to last years. These are imported from Italy. Select from Black, Navy or Grey suede. MAIL AND PHONE ORDERS ACCEPTED 33.00 SHOE SALON--Fashion Floor Curity snap-on rubber pants Save on these snap-on pants. Sizes M-L-XL. Reg. .79 Curity knit gown drawstring bottom Choose from solids or prints in layette sizes. Flame retardant. Reg. 2.49-2.89. 1.99 · § · · Curity snap-side undershirts Curity knit kimonos Flame retardant knit kimonos in prints or pastels. Reg. 2.39-2.49 1.99 ^HH Curity pull-on undershirts Curity pull-on undershirts. Sizes 6-12-18-24 months. Reg. .89 NATURALIZED THE SHOE WITH THE BEAUTIFUL FIT the Vale from the Naturalizer collection! Whether you prefer pants or skirts or dresses this little Vole shoe will go along with your choice. As you expect it has the beautiful fit plus the new beautiful look. · Select from Black, Camel or Rust leather. Knit snap-side undershirts. Sizes 3-6-12 months. Reg. 1.09. "breakfast" "lunch" or "dinner" bibs A bib for each meal of the day, these bibs make great gifts. Bright colors. blanket sleepers hooded prams Blanket sleeper in Yellow, Pink, Red, or Blue. Sizes S-M-L-XL and 6 12 months. Hooded prams in pastel and bright shades. Sizes S-L. Reg. 5.50 3.99 one piece sleep/play suits Choose from terry or brushed fabric in several styles and colors. Sizes S-M-L. If perfect 3.75. FOR 4.99 i, V 26.00 NATURALIZER SHOP-S/reet F/oor 4A 3A 6-11 I 5%-11 2A 5-12 5-11 I 3-12 The Diamond, Be Please send me Noturolizer Vole xl993,Chas.,W.Va.25327(8/31GM) Quantity Color Size Total Please include 3% State Tax D Chg. DCk. D M. O. 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