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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 13, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Want. A Quot kit Button a poo \ \ do a u. A Root up a a sch a brings death to 8 by Colin Frost associated Prats writer Belfast Northern Ireland apr Security forces kept Tho protestant marchers and the roman catholics apart in Northern Ireland on wednesday but at least eight persons were killed before and after the parades on the protestants glorious twelfth. It was one of the bloodiest Days in the provinces three years of communal strife. Seamus Twomey chief of the Irish Republican army a provisional Wing told newsmen his forces might consider renewing the cease fire they ended sunday after 13 Days. But he said the British must guarantee there will be no army raids or arrests no a harassment of his men and Complete Freedom for the provisional to move freely although in a flow there was no immediate reaction from the British. The Celebration of the protestant Victory on july 12, 1690, at the Battle of the Boyne went off peacefully with 32,000 troops militia and police sandwiched Between the religious factions to head off violence. But in Advance of the marching on its Periphery and in its Wake assassins and bombers were hard at work. Two soldiers were killed and la wounded in firefight with Ira guerrillas. The troops whose death list since 1969 Rose to 91, claimed to have wounded or killed at least five of their assailants. The first to die wednesday was a protestant 16-year-old, gunned Down As he walked through a Park in the town of Portadown. Then gunmen burst into the Belfast Home of a Catholic widow and killed her teen age son said to have a mental age of five As he slept in bed. Quot this was completely without reason a said a detective. A where the hell Are we going a a there was More violence in Portadown after the marching. Two men _ a Catholic and a protestant a were shot dead in a bar. Two More bodies were discovered this morning in Belfast. Columbia a officers say three men found dead in an automobile in a cleanup garage probably were victims of Carbon monoxide poisoning. Bodies of the three were discovered wednesday. Richland county Coroner Cecil Wiles said Laboratory tests Are being conducted by the state Law enforcement division to determine the cause of the deaths. The victims were Leroy Jackson 43 Roy Lee Green 32 and Hercules Noble 23. By the associated press Ward the television screen Toj phere was generally More be the Corner bar donated free watch the Saga of George Rene but the spirit was there beef. Housewives brought in Mcgovern reach its Climax at a a he a a Little too Liberal for sandwiches and Coffee. The democratic National con me a said bar owner Charles the Narv at the american mention in Miami Beach Fla. Roberts who said he respected legion tall in tiny avoids. Of Quot a to a Republican and i Mcgovern ability. Population 640, attracted demo a r o u of 11 sandwiches Down a i did it realize his Organ crafts and republicans alike a toni8ht�?� said Cleo Ruff the Iza Tion was Strong enough to including a few guests who just wife of a Tamer and one of put the big boys happened to drop in from new.8011 175 persons who sphere Mcgovern was born in Avon York for the party. 50 years ago next wednesday in a Home town boy was March fifty five Miles to the North a House that was almost demo ing to the democratic president0 Mitchell a Community of 13,-dished a few years ago. But it tial nomination and the folks 000 a which Mcgovern moved has been restored and moved to were gathering with All eyes to when a Young boy the Atmos near main Street and is the main tourist attraction of the a for Avon its the greatest town. Thing that has Ever happened a a we were just driving of a is said it so we had through and saw the Birthplace Back him a a and we had to Stop because we most a of he it a a a a were Mcgovern fans said be Fol chairs and Cla d Vin Ettinger 40, a teacher at cheered As he Var us state Hastings in Hudson n y. A we announced their votes. Saw the party signs for tonight a and had to use itch i not Chester fees a Republican a a a Ajjie a Lun k drum it i me not contain candidate for Bon homme county commissioner was at the party and said he d been 4nti�cptir kill term. Of Haiir working putting up Mcgovern of a a a a te8, a signs i who a Trihy at Mann drug. Itch atop per for or Acma. Insect bite tor itch. Other surface a he Healing . Vote honors primary results by William l. Chaze associated press writer Miami Beach Fla. A the Home delegation of former North Carolina gov. Terry Sanford provided him with about a third of the 69.5 votes he received in his losing bid for the democratic presidential nomination. Sanford had estimated he would get about that Many votes on the first ballot. The candidate president of Duke University had said All along that he had a Long shot Chanco of getting the nomination Only if the convention deadlocked through two or three ballots then looked for a Compromise centrist candidate. Sen. George Mcgovern of South Dakota easily swept to a first ballot Victory. The North Carolina delegation stuck with a state primary mandate and gave 37 votes to Alabama gov. George Wallace and 27 to Sanford who finished behind Wallace in the May contest. Gov. Bob Scott cast his vote for Sanford As he promised he would. The delegation caucuses on the convention floor during the wednesday night balloting to decide which Delegate would vote for which candidate. Some delegates who favored Sanford said they were obliged to vote for Wallace to give him the 37 votes he won in the primary. Sanford s name was placed into nomination by Hodding Carter Iii the Liberal editor of the Greenville miss Delta Democrat times and the nomination was seconded by Chapel Hill mayor Howard Lee Carter noted that Sanford became governor of North Carolina a at a time when the great social ferment which has become the Symbol of our generation was first he ticked off a list of what he said were Sanford s gubernatorial achievements including the establishment of the first statewide Antipoverty program in the nation. The program later was adapted As the Model for the Kennedy administration s War on poverty. And said Carter a while oth i ers were blocking doors he was opening them to All his state s Lee the first Black mayor of a predominantly White Southern City since reconstruction urged the convention to a nominate a bold and pioneering southerner and turn the Southern strategy of the opposition party from a strategy of divisiveness and discord into a strategy of Hope and there was a Brief Small demonstration for Sanford on the convention floor tar Heel delegates whooping and waving Sanford for president signs be fore they were gave led Back to i their seats by the chair. Mcgovern s nomination Drew mixed reviews from the North Carolina delegates. A a he a not going to do Well at All in North said Robert b. Smith a Lexington lawyer. A the s too Liberal for us and he s going to Hurt our state but mrs. Jane Patterson of Greensboro said he could do no worse than sen. Hubert Humphrey did in the state in 1968 when North Carolina went Republican for the first time in 40 years. A Wilbur Mills said that he saw the convention As a unifying Force within the party a she said. A i believe that. And i believe the party will unify be-1 Hind him in the South and he will run As Well As any other National Democrat shirts. Permanent press. Fresh fabric body Bright colors preserved. Cant its Laundy Kew u70 Mink St. Tel is Zhi Charlie Lambert we repair ail makes and All models of electronic equipment authorized Juis service dealer for Mem. Quality . Charlies raw0-. Sales a service 512 English re. Pm. 885-8916 it Caffio value come a Cornej it Aye Csc ole9 Ste. Quad jul he Brone 9. .�.?%8 Pelt store Linx reel a data either 38 amt Quot a. Att lignin1&Quot a. It v. Jar h a store deportment m the discount a War a glorious twelfth three found dead in garage Hometown folks gather to watch nomination

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