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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 1, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Chances As comp improving Terry Romise candidate Sanford claims Quot the weather by Rick Scott associated Prats writer Charleston w. A. Apr former North Carolina gov. Terry Sanford still does no to expect to win the democratic presidential nomination but he says recent events have improved his chances As a Compromise candidate at the convention. Sanford told newsmen Friday he got a boost from the ruling of the credentials committee of the convention which stripped sen. George Mcgovern d-s.d., of 151 of his Delegate votes. That action thursday Hurt Mcgovern a chances to win the nomination on the first ballot and Sanford said it now May take More than two ballots to pick a nominee. A and the More ballots it takes a he said a the better my chances Are of getting the Nom if a deadlock occurs Sanford said he is the Best Compromise. The Duke University president said at a news conference he expects to get Between 50 and too first ballot votes in his presidential bid. Sanford was in Charleston to speak to a civic club and meet with some of West Virginia a 35 convention delegates. Although Well planned hijacking goes Complete amiss Detroit a the Fri said last weeks Airliner hijacking was Well planned but the Hijacker lost his pants sub machine gun and the $502,500 Ransom he got from american airlines. Mich., where the Fri said he gave a Complete account of the had intended to land. The Fri said it was led to Martin Mcnally 28. Of Wyandotte mich., by the fingerprints and by an informants tip. Hijacking. He was arrested and charged with aiding and abetting an air piracy. He and Mcnally Are being held in lieu Mcnally an unemployed High of $100,000 Bond each. Only four of the delegates remain uncommitted Sanford said he Hopes to persuade some of the delegates to vote for him if no one is nominated in the Early balloting. Sanford said he was a a surprised at Mcgovern a bitter reaction to the credentials committee ruling a i thought he was going to say something like a that a Okay Well win Sanford said the ruling by the credentials committee was a kind of an affirmation of the new politics not the backroom Deal that Mcgovern called it. A the backroom Deal was in the Mcgovern commission last year when it decided to exempt California from the rules it designed to make the convention More democratic Sanford said. A i Felt like the credentials committee ruling was a fair determination to make a he added. Sanford said he Isnit going to in addition Neil Welch head school dropout was arrested Weich said Petlikowskyj told take part in an it movement to keep any candidates from win Ning because that would alienate at least some delegates and Hurt his chances As a Compromise candidate from National i Athen service Noaa Oppl. Of com Mort forecast figural Shaw Law Tampara Turai Lapa Oad until Sundog warning Lia Laiad a invalid can Iuler latal a a Ltd High Point Enterprise saturday july i 1972 a lawmakers blast cab fund veto a Fine fourth prospects for a pleasant fourth of july weekend Are excellent if you plan to spend the Holiday in North Carolina. The average tar Heel can expect sunny Days and fair Cool nights. Highs today and sunday should Range in the mid to upper 80�?Ts, and the lows forecast should be in the mid 60�?Ts. The probability of measurable precipitation is near Zero today and it should remain that Low through sunday night. The extended forecast Calls for warm and humid Days through wednesday with an increased Chance of showers in mid week. Temperatures by Carl c. Craft associated press writer Washington a congressional advocates of longer term financial help and a louder local voice for noncommercial broadcasting say president Nixon is concealing his real reason for vetoing their Compromise Bill. A i confidently predict that this veto will be viewed by Many As one More element in the administrations strategy to influence the tone and Content of television broadcasting in this country a said House speaker Carl Albert d-okla., after receiving Nixon a veto message Friday. North Carolina mostly sunny and warm today and station of the Fri office in Detroit wednesday night on a charge agents he assisted Mcnally said Friday the Hijacker was0/ a a piracy. John pet making several trips to St. Identified by two Fri agents Likowski 31, of Ecorse mich.,Louis, mo., to further the plot who boarded the plane and he Wen 1� the Phi Friday and helped shorten the machine gun left the Ransom note Finger told the agents he had unused in the hijacking drover to Lachop Viii prints and All on the plane. Wittingly driven Mcnally Back Mcnally to St Louis for the and he iterated that he sunday. Highs upper 70s to Low a Nevine Clear the Hijacker wound up in to Detroit i heist and picked him up after win not accept a vice presidents mountains today otherwise Augusta Clear Peru ind., instead of Monroe agents said Petlikowski later he parachuted in Indiana. Tia nomination. I _ la a i j i Sanford said the democrats Welch said Patli Kowsky scan win in november if they statement contained in a com Campaign against what he plaint filed Friday in St. Louis termed president Nixon so in could not be termed a con sensitive attitude toward do session. Mystic problems. . Trucker saves family after crash by the associated press in a move that caught congressional leaders by Surprise the president vetoed a two year $155-million authorization Bill for the corporation for Public broadcasting. The legislation Nixon said a offers a poor approach to financing noncommercial radio to. Instead the president called anew for his legislation containing a one year $45 million authorization already rejected by Congress. The vetoed Bill was returned to the House Commerce committee. The Bill a backers who would have to Muster a two thirds majority vote in order to override Nixon a veto pointed to the ease with which the legislation originally cleared congress�?256 to 69 in the House and 82 to i in the Senate. This would indicate that an override Man Euver would stand a Good Chance said rep. Tor Bert h. Macdonald d-mass., chairman of the House comm Wallace ites lose Delegate Challenge mostly in 80s with a few 90s Southern sections sunday. Fair tonight ranging from 50s mountains to 60s Over most of state with a few Low 70s Southeast. Charleston Clear h l 81 55 89 60 89 70 85 63 88 64 80 62 or business Mirror Greensboro apr i Brown thinks the at Large Del Joe Brown a Wallace for presi negation should be composed in Dent Leader in North Carolina tirely of George Wallace sup was advised Friday that the porters since the Alabama gov credentials committee had re Emor won the North Carolina ejected without a hearing his presidential preference Pri Challenge to the seating of the Mary. He said All the Informa-16 at Large delegates in the 64 Tion he and the attorney for the member North Carolina delegation to the democratic National convention. He said he keep trying. Wallace forces received was that they had to Days after the would state convention to file an offi Lucial Challenge. A we were told we had raising productivity is very complicated Charlotte Clear Columbia Clear Greensboro Clear a Ville . Poly cloy 86 69 Raleigh Clear 83 63 South Carolina partly i Savannah poly cloy 91 72 Cloudy with Little change in Wilmington Clear 89 67 temperatures today through sunday. Chance of thundershowers sunday. High temperatures in the 80s mountains and the beaches Low 90s elsewhere. Lows mostly in the 60s. Of partisan despite i the presidents a shallow by John Cunniff preaches to the very concept of a business analyst work. New York a eight a if work is exciting workers Brown had complained that were Mug we a five months after conducting his will be More Wallace supporters were pre after Convent on to hic first meeting As Price commis Grayson believes vented from putting their can-8 letter off in,.? a r.1.0 by a Sion chairman. C. Jackson rut work Isnit exciting for dilates in nomination at thear .1 of Cal c a a Grayson or. Feels a we Are at Many workers. They complain state democratic convention in u the Point where we can to claim it Isnit meaningful that he said. Raleigh when the at Large Dele-1 Boh deadlines he contended. Gates were chosen the 48 other met the official Chal Enge delegates had been chosen in Mai Ltd wednesday june county conventions Thev Victory and can to be absolutely done to feel a part of the Corn certain we will reach our Pany that they share no Pride in the product. La divorces Are granted eleven divorces were granted this week during civil session of District court. In a cations subcommittee and 24 hour ending at 7 . Est no. A a North Carolina Che a Hor o Eki Slation 26of fat sin a pulled a new veto it �5� a after he a 1 tractor trailer hit the rear slumped from his truck stations in the veto Mes which also was burning and an Quot a in pulled to safety James j. Wil a a d that this adminis ration Cox. 36, of Remsen. N y., his h8.1 gelded that their interests 32-year-old wife and their six Tiest be served by muzzling children ranging from i to 14 voice of Public broadcasting years old. Jones forced open the doors of the burning Sedan. He sustained minor Burns and was released from a Hospital after North Carolina extend treatment. The Wilcox family pm Ai it Lank for of a the Noah were admitted for treatment of can be soundly devised and heed Outlook for monday through broken Bon bruises fore the statutory framework wednesday warm and humid they were a j in satisfactory for Public broadcasting is with widely scattered afternoon condition. cab currently oper and evening thundershowers the Accident occurred about ates on a $35 million one year becoming More numerous by a am on new it Jersey turn authorization. _ Pike. Nixon s veto a came As a midweek. Anytime night sex p0jice said the taillights of Complete surprised we were ported average is mid 80s in Wilcox s car were apparently bowled Over by it a said a cab the mountains upper 80s and Ortner an j Jones did not spokesman who estimated More Low is elsewhere. Lows at see fee Caf to was q0 ate than half of the Money in the night will Range from Low 60s in to st0p heavy rain was fall vetoed Bill would have gone to three Day forecast Nixon contended the legislation a ignores some serious questions which must be resolved before any Long Range Public broadcasting financing i a Success in controlling Price i Brown said no one Ever told inflation is however a a area a we still feel like we were him the credentials committee Honable a feasible Prospect he within the rules a Brown said would hear All North Carolina said As he prepared for his first after being advised that the grievances on the same Day. Vacation break a trip to eur credential committees exec he said he intends to try to rope following a string of Jion a spend More time to it director had rejected the Contact the committee again double length workdays and the individual and the i divid Challenge because it arrived and insist that the Wallace weekend sessions. Raj we think of the two Days after a hearing on forces be Given a hearing of the read solution to inflation other a a a a a a a a Lenges. This is one of the great challenges to anyone concerned with increasing productivity Grayson feels and he has a guideline for seeking the North Carolina Chal their own since they met the to he suggested is not in artificial other factors vegetables Day appeals requirement answer to f it Sioui punt in across i legumes s Woody Plant 9 mushroom weights 39 Chi Chan Indian 41 father Coll _42 driving grave harsh1/ 44�� 33 rodents garment 14 Strong 46 springy scented Herb 49 sprites 15 succulent 53 Rocky Peak vegetable 54 most restless 17 Siouan Indian 56 individual 18 intervening 57 Small Law depression 19 connecting 58 without link latin 21 greek portico 59 born 23 years a 60 italian City 61 afresh Are also i marketplace restraints but involved some economists insist making the Economy More for example that structural ductile through management changes in american society and worker innovation and contribute to the problem. Different norms Laws practices and attitudes tend to restrict output these economists a but its a temporary 1 say. They claim that the adversary relationship Between 7 toiletry Case 8 literary composition 9 Type of Puzzle 10 vehicle 11 mexican worker 31 act 33 sigmoid curves 35 storehouses 40 emphasizing Mark 43 musical study 45 girl s name 24 wrong prefix 27 sea Eagle 29 was indebted 32 mean 34 signify 36 dismal to 37 everlasting poet 38 heavy Down 1 go cart 2 alleviate 3 vipers 4 extends Over 5 musical syllable 6 kind of sleeve 16 that which is 46 Short jacket kept in mind 47 solitary oily 20 oily ketone 22 command 24 baseball Glove 25 nested boxes 26 sting Ray 28 dropsy 30 heating device 48 chemical suffixes 50 blood vessel 51 Domestic slavs 52 vegetable dish 55 consumed food i 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 to 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 i ,9 20 i i 22 �23 24 25 26 a 27 28 is 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 a i t i4�?T 42 43 a 44 a 46 47 46 a 49 50 61 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 i creativity. A we can treat the symptom a he said in reference to Price restraints _ his remarks were made in a labor and management has de Telephone interview. Treated attempts at raising increases in productivity ductility. And they remind us have been disappointingly that the social advances and Small in recent years. In the corrections demanded of Busi first Quarter the rate dropped Ness Ais push up prices. To 2.1 per cent. It was 4 per cent in the summer of 1971. It is Over a longer period and in contrast to figures from other nations that the problem stands out. In the years 1965-1970, the average annual increase in the United kingdom was 3.6 per cent Italy 5.1, Germany 5.3, France 66, Japan 14.2. In the United states it was Only 2 1 per cent. The importance of raising those figures should be obvious to All produce More goods for the same Cost in time and Money and you can profitably sell them at a constant or decreasing Price. But raising productivity Isnit simply a matter of a turning out More widgets on the Assembly line a Grayson Points out. As has been shown in the past attempts to Speed up people As if they were machines is counterproductive. Nor is the problem simply one of improving efficiency it is far More Complex. The solution involves not Only More productive machines and workers but creative innovative a cases in which divorces were granted included Uzell Bowers is. Erma Bowers Florence s. Hall is. Duane Raymond Hall Doretha l. Boykins is. John Henry Boykins Carolyn Jean sink still Solu i cd a a. James Albert tillers with Edward Earl West is. Annie Lee Fowler West Rebecca Rhew Byerly is. Eddy Neal Byerly Robert Leon Mcmillan is. Jacqueline g. Mcmillan Catherine Rogers Brown is. Jack Hilliard Brown Robert Lee Jordan is. Mabel Small Jordan William a. Homey or. Is. Norma l. Homey and Gail w. Tatgenhorst is. Stephen c. Tatgenhorst. The mountains to Low 70s along coast. South Carolina extended Outlook for monday through wednesday Chance of scattered mainly afternoon thundershowers with warm nights and hot Days. Lows around 70. Highs in the 90s. My. Help local stations. No unnecessary waiting. We fill your prescriptions promptly Calhoun drug store 1231 lieu a. 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A highly trained group of experts form together to save a Man imprisoned on an Island dictatorship through under water Rescue. 9 . 2-Dick Van Dyke Dick and his wife try their hand at Patching up a marriage. 12 saturday movies conclusion of a the loves of Isadora a with Vanessa Redgrave James Fox and James Robards. Isadora Duncan defies the morals of the Early 1900�?Ts and marries the russian poet Essenm in order to bring him into the United states. Their reception starts the downfall of the Duncan meteor. To . 2�?mission impossible. Henry Darrow guests As the local Leader of a revolutionary group Bent on overthrowing the . Government. 10 30 pm. T Black business an Abc news special dealing with the experiences of three separately owned and operated Black businesses and the special problems confronting the Black businessman in a White dominated Economy

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