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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 12, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Take Cue from Woodstock Wallace ites hold festival by Pat Leisner associated press writer Lakeland Fla. Apr a pair of donkeys draped in Bright Campaign banners competed with country and Western stars for the attention of George Wallace fans sunday at a a Wallace a the Day Long fund raising Jamboree for the wounded Alabama governor was the work of Dewey Smith who admits he got the idea from a the Liber Smith was Polk county Campaign coordinator for Wallace a successful bid in Florida a March 14 democratic presiden tial primary. Wallace was shot by a would be Assassin in Maryland last month and is still in the Hospital there. A watching television about a the weather Ona Tram National i Atma stall it us d0i Al Cem Marca six weeks ago i got the idea a said Smith. A barbra Streisand and some of the other big name show business people were putting on a shindig for George Mcgovern. A Elf the liberals can do it we can too a he grinned. A and Here it is a a a Wallace a the donkeys were carted in an open trailer among the throngs at the sprawling old Plantation music Park and later hitched to a tree for the Benefit of camera buffs. Canned music blared Over a Loudspeaker Hookup to compete with Banjo pickers and guitar bands on the open air stage. Joining Bluegrass stars Tammy Wynette and Ferlin husky was George Wallace jr., stumping for his father before a crowd estimated Between 7,000 and 10,000. Navy will protect Consumers 12 killed in Louisiana collision High Point Enterprise monday june 12, 19/2 3a . Tries for nuclear blast ban forecast a Wes new us pm old unit Taxa a merging Uriel Prelip Tehee no l�4l�e�?Tt-ceiu.lt ural Cool air moves on a return to More Normal Spring like weather Over the next two Days is predicted following the invasion of a Large mass of Cool air which sent temperatures Down to record lows for the second straight Day across North Carolina this morning. The forecast for the High Point area is for Clear and not As Cool temperatures tonight with lows in the Low to mid 50s. Tuesday is expected to be partly Cloudy and warm with highs in the Low to mid 80s. Chance of precipitation is Zero through tuesday. Forecast North Carolina sunny and warmer today. Highs in 70s Northeast and upper 70s and Low 80s elsewhere. Clear but not As Cool tonight. Lows in 50s. Partly Cloudy and warm tuesday. Highs in 80s. South Carolina mostly sunny and a Little warmer today and tuesday. Highs around 80 today and 80s tuesday. Fair and mild tonight. Lows mostly in the 50s. The Long Range forecast Calls for warm Days and mild nights wednesday through Friday with skies becoming partly Cloudy with a Chance of showers on thursday. Temperatures convict is killed with a by the associated press 24 hours ending at 7 . Est station h l for Augusta Clear 80 47 Asheville Clear 72 40 Charlotte Clear 73 45 Charleston Clear 75 50 Columbia Clear 77 46 Greensboro Clear 71 42 Greenville . 74 48 Raleigh Cloudy 72 43 Savannah Clear 78 55 Wilmington Cloudy 74 49 three Day forecast North Carolina extended Outlook wednesday through Friday Calls for partly Cloudy skies with Chance of showers and thundershowers mainly thursday possibly beginning West portion wednesday. Warm Days and mild nights with daytime highs upper 80s to Low 90s except 80s mountains. Lows generally in the 60s. Salisbury . A a Young convict died in a Winston Salem Hospital sunday several hours after being struck in the head with an a at the Rowan county prison unit near Salisbury. The victim Stephen f. Cherry 20, of Kannapolis was attacked by another convict saturday night according to the regional commander for the department of corrections William v. Ritchie. Neither the Rowan county sheriffs department nor the prison Camp office knew sunday night if anyone had been charged in the slaying. A state Bureau of investigation agent who was conducting die investigation could not be reached for comment Early this morning. Cherry was serving the second year of a 14-year sentence for assault and manslaughter. Ritchie said Cherry was struck with the axas prison guards at the minimum Security facility were counting inmates. Ritchie said he believed Cherry was attacked because he had been teasing another inmate about his Job of caring for the prison Campos bloodhounds. By Fred s. Hoffman a military writer Washington a the Navy has launched its own consumer Protection program in eluding a off limits sanctions against merchants who take advantage of sailors and their families. The program was outlined in a recent order to All ships and stations stressing the need for greater efforts to help Navy men and their dependents a who have been victimized by unscrupulous merchants or have been charged exorbitant interest the objective it said is a a Navy wide preventive consumer awareness program As Well As to provide Navy person be with Legal help in gaining remedies a when they have fallen prey to unfair because our personnel do not always meet income or residency requirements of Banks or other competitive interest lending institutions they often feel compelled to a borrow by mail or Deal with commercial finance companies who Are often too Quick to accommodate and charge exorbitant interest naval District commandants were Given authority to place offending merchants off limits meaning that Navy families could not buy there any longer. They were told to provide their men with a at least rudimentary guidance in consumer affairs matters through base newspapers and radio stations. Alexandria la. A a tractor trailer truck loaded i with wheat smashed into the France in fight on tests Stockholm apr with bound by the Resolution. France As its target a big a the United states and Britain Back of a pickup truck carrying Jority in a committee of the abstained on the vote which 14 persons on a swimming out . Conference on the human was 48-2, with 14 abstentions ing killing 12 and critically in environment approved a Reso Juring another. Lution today calling for aban the big truck hit the slowly Dorment of All nuclear tests. Moving pickup sunday As it China wich blasted the was preparing to make a turn United states saturday for the from . 165 about 20 Miles damage jts military forces South of Here to a Road Leadmo have done to the ecology of to the Shady Nook swimming Vietnam voted with the French h0� ,�1c<l of port 1. Against the Resolution. The Chi the truck climbed on the bed Nese de Ega e said bus govern of the pickup powering it 275 nuclear armament protect and pounding it into a Pine was defensive tree with such a thrust that the f which ans nut ear cab was crunched into about a Tes s in the Pacific this it now goes to the full conference of 114 nations later this week for adoption As a conference Resolution. Two foot area officers said. Eleven victims were aged i to 18. Hie 12th was identified As the pickup Driver 30-year-old Martha Meaux of Woodworth. All but one victim was from month said it was in no Way Woodworth a Small Community near Alexandria. The other was from new Orleans. Clip this and special any to Inch $1.75 size alcoholism studied Pinehurst . A a $10 billion headache for american Industry alcoholism will be studied by a group of More than too persons from every state beginning today. Two nationally known authorities on alcoholism will appear during the 19-Day training Institute. They Are or. Morris Chafetz of Washington director of the National Institute of alcoholism and alcohol abuse and or. Selden Bacon associate director of the school of alcohol studies at Rutgers University. Or. Bacon is scheduled to Lead a discussion today and or. Chafetz will speak june 29. The training program is under the Overall direction of East Carolina University which received a Grant of $295,000 to set up the program. Swat More Grad Swarthmore a. Walter Small idol son of or. And mrs. Percy c. Idol of High Point n. C. Was awarded a degree in English literature from Swarthmore College Here recently. Hernia rupture i he Dobbs thuss for reducible Hermo rupture de. F. Hill specialist of Tho Dobbs truss co. Serving this or a More Tho 25 Faors a will a of so 104 n Moin St in High pm Quot. Wednesday june 14th, for free demonstration. 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