May 27, 1970

GANNON AT RECEPTION: William Gannon, Mingo, Democratic candidate for governor in the primary election next Tuesday, was honored at a reception in the Chamber of Commerce office here Tuesday prior to an appearance at a dinner at the Elk's Club. Gannon advocated tax reform, consumer protection, aid to cities and towns and pollution control. The House minority leader also expressed concern for private and public education and the current college unrest. Shown are (from left) Cliff McCarville, supervisor candidate; Karl Nolin, state senate candidate; Gannon; Charles E. Knoblauch, state representative; and Jack Thein, supervisor.

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