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Decatur Daily (Newspaper) - May 7, 1972, Decatur, AlabamaThe Decatur daily my country May Shi Evit be right but right or wrong my Moon i stiffen Occam a volume 61, number 72 established february 1912 Decatur Alabama 35601, sunday morning May 7, 1972 Mimer of Thi associated muss new York times news of fvk3 10c 0ar.y, 20c sunday sn9l# c Opy Wallace breezes to tar Heel win Raleigh . A Alabama gov George c. Wallace Riding a wave of election year popularity that Haa surprised even him Arff at times woo the North Carolina primary saturday and crippled Farmer gov. Terry Sanford a Hopes of becoming the democratic party a leading dark horse presidential candidate. Wallace who has said he wants to shake the Eyeteeth out of the democratic party this year was expected to finish with More than half the total vote in the five Way race that included Sanford Black new York congresswoman Shirley Chisholm and two . Senators who had previously dropped out of Active campaigning. In the process Wallace collected enough delegates to the democratic convention in july to move into second place in that category ahead of sen. Hubert h. Humphrey of Minnesota and behind sen George Mcgovern of South Dakota who currently leads in committed delegates this vote percentage entitled Wallace to 36 delegates to the democratic National convention against 28 for Sanford this was More than enough to move him inti second place nationally ahead of Humphrey and behind sen. George Mcgovern of South Dakota who leads in committed delegates. With 34 per cent of the 2,256 precincts reported this was the breakdown Wallace 152,021, or so per cent. Sanford 115,795, or 38 per cent. Chisholm 23,700, or 8 per cent. Muskie 10,630, or 3 per cent. Jackson 3,996, or 1 per cent. Miss Point Mallard title sought by 24 Twenty four talented North Alabama beauties will compete next saturday night for the miss Point Mallard Crown and More than 640,000 in gifts and scholarships. The contestants Dawn from eight cities to vie in the second annual miss Point Mallard pageant were announced today by mrs. Kathy Webb entries chairman. The contest is a regional prelude to the miss Alabama pageant la june. Reigning miss Point Mallard Carol Medders will Crown the Winner Nad Ceil Jenkins miss Alabama for 1971, will be featured performer. Mrs. Webb said contestants include a Barbara Bowen 1503 Marion st. So. The 23-year-old president of the Calhoun Junior College. Barbara is a Blu eyed Brunette. Sha is Winner of the 1972 a miss Cal tech Beauty Queen a title a cheerleader and a member of the College choir. Barbara is the daughter of or and mrs. Elgin Bowen. Barbara will feature a song selection As her Talent demonstration. A Patrice Anne Brown a 21-year-old student at Florence state University. The daughter of James t. Brown town Creek. Patrice is an sea senator and senior class Secretary. She is a Brown eyed Brunette a member of who a who in american colleges and universities and was named to the National student Register. She will be featured As a Singer in the pageant. A Phyllis Marcia Childers daughter of or. And mrs. William h. Childers Hartselle 1. Marcia an 18-year-old member of the Morgan county High school band has Brown hair and Brown eyes and includes swimming music and dancing As hobbies. Phyllis will s big in the Talent Competition. A Beverly Ann Crosswhite. 18. Beverly a member of International order of Rainbow for girls and Active in Central Baptist Church is a senior at Decatur High school. The Blue eyed Brunette daughter of Hubert l. Crosswhite. 2306 12th st. Be. Says she plans to attend Auburn University and is talented in drawing singing and handicrafts. A Jessica Lynn Culp. 18. Albertville. Jessica a student at Birmingham Southern College is a former soloist with the University of Alabama symphony and toured Israel last year As accompanist for a College choral group the daughter of or. And mrs. Jesse Culp. Jessica has Green eyes and Brown hair and will play a Brahms piano Solo in the Talent Competition. A Mary Kyle Ellis. 19. Daughter of or. And mrs. C. R. Ellis 1704 Cagle ave. So. Kyle is a student at Samford University where she is a member of the University chorale. Blue eyed Brown haired Kyle enjoys swimming Golf horseback Riding Tennis and water skiing and will sing in Talent Competition. A Judy Gail Fortenberry. Judy an 18-year-old senior at Morgan county High school has greenish Blue eyes and Brown hair and lists Archery and Reading As hobbies. She plans to attend Calhoun Junior College and the University of Alabama. Judy is the daughter of or. And mrs. Cecil Fortenberry Hartselle. A Jennifer Abb French 28, daughter of or. Aad mrs. James r. French my Betty st. So. Jeanay a Birmingham Southern College student majoring in piano is a Blue eyed Brunette who enjoys Tew Saaf cooking bicycle Riding and watching football Nad basketball she will present a Chopin Nocturne As her Talent demonstration. A Nancy to Hanners. A Morgan county High school senior. The 18-year-old daughter of or. And mrs. Buel Hanners Hartselle Nancy Isa bottle and stamp collector and class valedictorian. A vocalist swimmer skater skier and seamstress she will perform a skit to introduce clothes she has made for her a Talent demonstration. See miss on Page b-10 mrs. Murphy to present award the widow of world War ii hero Audie Murphy will be Here july 4 during the spirit of America festival to present the second annual award in her late husband s memory. Mrs. Pamela Murphy is to arrive Here from her California Home july 3 in preparation for the presentation of the Audie Murphy patriotism award said festival chairman James o Hara. Recipient of the award initiated a few weeks after Murphy a untimely death in an air plane Accident inst year is to be announced soon said of Hara. Murphy was to have been the main speaker at the 1971 festival. Last years award went to Murphy s family and was accepted by his 19-year-old son. Terry. The award is Given annually to an american who has demonstrated the patriotic principles associated with the late hero actor. A the award will be Given to a National figure this year and i think the people of see mrs. On Page a-7 Sanford came into the presidential race just two months ago after College students throughout the state collected 25,000 petition signatures Many More than enough to get his name on the ballot in the. States first presidential primary. Wallace s Victory in Tennessee just two nights ago had boosted his Delegate total to 175. He appeared certain to get at least 36 in North Carolina and could add More As later returns came in from More Rural counties president Nixon a whopping percentage an the Republican ballot gave him Tennessee a 32 gop convention delegates. With 35 pm cent of the precincts counted Nixon was getting 93 per cent of the vote to 7 for his Token opponent. Rep Paul n Mccloskey of California. The totals were Nixon 59,526 Mccuskey 4,242. Gov. Wallace Campaign Trail hat been glowing with Victory thit year but the Home filet hair been creating a lot of heat for him. An in depth article on Wallace trouble in Alabama it on Page a -5. Wallace concluded his Campaign Here with a rally attended by approximately 3,000 enthusiastic supporter in Charlotte. He reiterated one of his major Campaign themes of the year As he urged voters to support him if they oppose forced busing As a mean of achieving racial desegregation. Democratic Sens. Edmund s. Muskie of Maine and Henry m. Jackson of Washington also were on the ballot but neither campaigned Here. Both have dropped out of primary Competition following disappointing showings in earlier contests. On the Republican Side president Nixon received no Active opposition from California rep. Paul n. Mccloskey jr., who quit the primary after filing for the contest Here Diere were 32 Republican convention Delegate votes and 64 democratic delegates or stake. The democratic delegates will be apportioned to candidates getting 15 per cent or More of the vote proportionate to the popular vote. The convention votes Are locked in Only the. First ballot however. Wallace who was faced with several see Wallace on Page a-7 Region Mugg of go in Power in today s daily Calendar a9 landers.c3 classified d6 obituaries. A3 editorials. .a4 sports. Of e Tain ment. D1 to log.d5 Horoscope. C2 women i on this Day in 1915, the British liner _ Lusitania was torpedoed and sunk by a German submarine Oft Ireland. More than 1,000 persons lost their lives. To place a want add dial 353-4612 Athens-232-1535 Quick weather highs today mid 80s. Low tonight mid 50s. High monday 86. Probability of rain 30 per cent increasing to 60 per cent tonight. Complete weather a3 n it s a privilege to live in the Tennessee Valley in Jordan a Honor this 12-Story, 191 apartment unit Complex under construction on Wilson ave. Will be named in Honor of former dec intr firm confirms Hospital plans plans for a $4 million. 150-bed Hospital to be located in Southwest Decatur were confirmed today by Hospital affiliates. Inc., Nashville based owner of Baugh Wiley Smith Hospital also included in construction plans is a proposal to build a professional building adjacent to the Hospital to be located on a Elviine re. Construction is expected to begin in the near future. Jack r. Anderson president of Hospital affiliates said the Decatur locution wus chosen because of the areas present development and future growth potential. A the planned medical Complex will not Only be in the path of the projected see firm on Page a-7 educator w. T. A a Doc Jordan u wus announced saturday. The building to be restricted for use by elderly persons. Stands near Riverside High school when Jordan was principal for 22 years daily color photo by Buly Smith High Rise to Bear a Doc Jordan a name by Ben Windham a 101-unit High Rise apartment Complex under construction on Wilson ave. Will be named in Honor of the late w. T. A a Doc a Jordan Long time Decatur educator it was announced saturday. Bob Neill executive director of the Decatur housing authority said the official name of the $1.8 million. 12-Story Complex will be w. T. A a Doc Jordan apartments. He said the decision to name the building in Honor of Jordan came Decatur s Magna Vox dealer for is years. Robinson furniture downtown second Avenue. Decatur. 353 2370. Adv $4 million facility the proposed new site for Baugh Wiley left adjoining a 151 bed Hospital. Sayih Witt Tonuia professional building construction of the facility to be located Bel Liae rd., will begin in the near future. Falkville resident Sells go cart a. 8 More wanted Auburn Foote Falkville i sold his go cart with this Low Cost Decatur daily want and and received 8 additional responses which Means there Are at least 8 other people wanting a go cart or maybe some item you Are no longer using. 99ars go cart Good condition. $125 7s4 5740 for a go getter results. Sell your articles with a a fast action Low Cost Decatur daily want and they do get results 3 lines 10 Days Only 64 a dial 353-4612 a a a sundays. Sad holidays 3534731 Athens dial 232-u25 recently at a meeting of the authorial Board of directors. The Complex to be one of the Talle buildings in North Alabama up completion is adjacent to the of Riverside High school where Jordan i principal for More than two decades. A i am very touched said Jordan widow. Mrs. Lillie Jordan when asked it her reaction to the Honor. A a it a wonderful thing i can to think of Anythia that would have pleased my Hurbai More. He was principal of Riverside i school for 22 years and i see it As sort of Homecoming for him a i am grateful for our friends i suggested the said mrs Jorda it is a great Honor. I am so touch because now his name will go on and on Jordan served As principal Riverside High school from 1926 in 1948 following his term As Prinich Jordan became administrative assists to the Decatur City school Board until i see High on Page a-7 the dec Atiar daily classified advertising a w. T. Jordan

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