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Press-Republican. (Plattsburgh, N.Y.) 1966-current, March 21, 1974, Image 13

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14 Press-Republican — Thursday, March 21, 1974 W'gate won't hurt Republicans, Wilson repeats at fund dinner TROY. N.Y. <AP) —. gov Malcolm Wilson has reaffirmed his contention that the national Watergate scandal will not hurt individual Republican candidates in this fail's elections in New York State. Speaking to a Republican fund- raising dinner here Tuesday night, Wilson said New York voters were \a sophisticated electorate.\ 'They will make an assessment of relative capabilities qf com- Hfi sqiri fhpt M nn matter what you bear ... the Republican party is very much alive and very much vibrant.' 1 Wilson told the partisan crowd that the greatest accomplishments of the state government in the past three decades occurred under Republican administrations with Republican majorities in both houses of the legislature. 'Those things which served the interests of all the people were the entire state when they have been in power. \When the Democrats come up here, most of them come from- the city of New York and represent the narrow, provincial interests of the area from which they come,\ he said. peting candidates for a particular those that occurred when we had that combination,\ h* said. The governor contended that Democrats have not represented ^office/' the governor told an audience of about 800 GOP members. If you have news in Mooers-Mooers Forks —contact -..— . KonRabideau 236-5222 Not alone, Ray claims .__ uuac James Earl Ray, convicted killer of Rev. Martin Luther King, tells National Enquirer's Brian Wefts he not alone. Two other men w-er^e. involved in conspiracy to kill civil rights leader, Ray said in Tennessee State Prison, Nashville. (UP! photo, copyright ..lffl.4. National Eil ii h Safe Sale Days at Penney s. VVhere else would you find savings this big? Rockwell MODEL 70 Single-speed ft^Prffl SAVE $1.00 KBirBKiiiJBi^flai ^ ^fr V pWwfWwWw™ \ 8** REG. 9.99 Powerful 2.3 amp motor, high torque double re- duction gear drive, 2000 19\ LONG TOOLBOX 4 88 HAMMER 99 Reg. WITH CUTTER 7\ LOCKS •it* Wort •Hfc TDK-CRIP DMS MOtl Ms EASIER OTHER TREMENDOUS VALUES Regular Special I\ B&D Drill.... \... 8 49 11 Ripping Chisel 3.25 2\ 6\ Pliers .... 1.59 I 18 24 16 Pc Screwdriver ^ Set 1.49 .99 50' Chalk Une 1.75 Combination Square.. 2.15 I 58 4 pc Paint Brush Set 1.65 .99 Wood Miter Box 2.45 I 88 Wrench Set 115 2** 14 pc 3/8\ Socket Set 15 88 20.39 Night Latch 3.49 Handy Screwdriver... 6.75 SALE ENDS SATURDAY. APRIL 6th ^^MHiii^HHHHHH^HMHIB^ Bank Americard or Master Charg AUBUCHON HARDWARE Pittsburgh • Peru • Rouses Point • Ticonderoga • Port Henry e Elizabethtown OR ANY OF OUR 104 STORES 20% off all girls' dresses and pant 3 days only, W( Sale 4 80 /, to o*o :/fc R*9. $6to$12 . Now it pays to dress her up early for Easter. Choose from our large selection of spring dresses and pant dresses in pretty Easter-egg pastels. Long, short, one and two- piece styles in dotted swiss, checks, flowers and more. All in easy-to-care-for 'l' dressy abric. Go parading in style. Salel to ZV R*9. 1.19 to 3.99 PoDula knit styles too numerous to name. Fine selection of doubleknits, too. Crepes, two-tones, jacquards, twills and ginghams.^Moslare iron for easy care. Save 20% on boys' Pannftvr coordinates. Sale 1 58 to4 78 -^ ! i>oys s.^rts oos ^aiK s^o-ts. 15% off all our ready-made Choose from over 40 sizes in a great assortment of styles and colors. Most are machine washable, many never need ironing. Some nave thermal foam backing. Speoo Easy ca r e :>oJyesie* core-- '0- szes ^-7 CATALOG PHONE JGPenney We know what you're looking for PA*K net IN muNtctFAi tor Here is what nev y were sa Fort Madison, 1c \So what's the mos of transportation i cortseious^days? A Lake Carriers* A typical oilburning vessel moves nearl; on a gallon of fuel, the performance of ton compact car ge the gallon...tran measly 22.5 tons a of fuelVTJh for u*n au Great Lakes vessel go where you wan Concord, N.H., Suez mine-i WASHINGTON - United States-wiU mjilions of dollars clear the Suez Can; •unexploded ordnar gon said Tuesday. ^Within the next U dispatched to both of mines and train how to remove ton munitions buried i 103-mile length of The United Sta announced Mon agreement to oper details on how it w< not been made pul Pentagon spoke! riedheim said ft< McCauley, in cha the mines from. H last year, will 1 ARTHRITIC PAIN LOTIOI CHARGE —rrr

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