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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 4, 1972, High Point, North Carolina A High Point Enterprise thursday Moy 4, 1972 Tennessee votes in primary today Alabama delegation pro Wallace by Don Mcleod associated press writer Nashville Tenn. A George c. Wallace and a school busing referendum two of the hottest political items in Tennessee generated the ballot excitement today in this states first presidential primary. Polls open at 7 a m. They close As late As 8 . Cd in Memphis at the Western end of the state. Wallace was expected to carry the state and most of the nine congressional districts and All of the 49 Tennessee delegates to the democratic National convention. Tennessee would be Wallace a first primary Victory outside the deep South and he predicts it will be a springboard to a Northern breakthrough in Michigan May la. I Billy Graham Arthur Smith Back zoo Raleigh a support of the proposed $2 million Bond Issue for a state zoo was voiced wednesday by evangelist Billy Graham and Arthur Smith of Charlotte. Graham said in a statement that the proposed zoo a will be for us a learning device without voters will decide on the $2 million Bond Issue in saturdays voting. A we Are ail members of the animal kingdom designed by the master Graham said. A to know ourselves is to know by experience How we fit into the plan. A it the zoo will help show us our great dependency on each other and on gods creatures a he stated. Smith said he regards the zoo As a part of Many a stewardship of the Earth and All its he pointed out that the Bible teaches that All the other animals were created before Man. Both Graham and Smith Are members of the advisory Board of the North Carolina zoological authority. I Birmingham. Ala. A on the crowded democratic the official vote count next ballot with him were sen. He monday will give gov. George Bert h. Humphrey sen. George c. Wallace the go ahead signal Mcgovern sen. Edmund s. To Start organizing the mostly Muskie and seven others. Presi pro Wallace delegation ardent Nixon and reps. Paul n. Bama w ill Send to the demo Mccloskey and John m. Ash cratic National convention Brook were on the Republican where he Hopes to win the pres Side. Nixon was expected to identical nomination win by a wide margin. Chairman Robert s. Vance crossover voting by Republic sent word wednesday to Secre cans was expected to help Wal tary of state Mabel Amos that lace and was one reason Given a state democratic executive by potential democratic con subcommittee will make the mention delegates who Are Hin formal canvass monday of re Ting they May not vote for Wal turns from tuesdays party Prince at the Miami Beach con Mary which gave Wallace a mention even if he carries ten decisive majority of the 37-Nessee. Member convention delegation. Delegates although technical the subcommittee also will by bound by the primary results count the votes which Reno i for up to two ballots Are Senate 72-year-old sen. John elected separately in caucuses Sparkman for a fifth term in which have been dominated so the Senate and designated Par far by Mcgovern supporters to nominees for other offices Blacks women and youth. Republicans trying to Stab the busing referendum asks bsh a solid two party system in the voters if they favor a con Alabama also had a primary Stith tonal amendment to ban tuesday the first Uch state busing for the Sake of racial wide election the cop has Ever balance in Public schools. Held in Alabama. Mrs. Amos Wallace has gone virtually said she had not been notified unchallenged in Tennessee of the Date for the Republican Humphrey had not campaigned canvass Here. Mcgovern has not visited gop voters chose former the state but has local Organ postmaster general Winton m. Izat ions. Sen. Henry m. Jack a a red Blount As their nominee son was building a promising for the Senate to oppose spark Campaign last Winter but left Man in november. Blount who for Good when Wallace moved stepped Down As head of the in. Rep. Shirley Chisholm has postal service to make his first campaigned for the Large Black political race won without a run vote in Memphis. Off just As Sparkman did. Mcgovern s Campaign ahead of expectations an a news analysis by Carl p. Leubs Orf a political writer Columbus Ohio a Midway through the presidential primary season sen. George Mcgovern a Campaign for the democratic nomination is on schedule or even a bit ahead of it. Regardless of his loss to sen. Hubert h. Humphrey by a slim margin in Ohio Mcgovern has succeeded in making a Strong showing on his rivals strongest turf. A we achieved what we set out to do in Ohio a Mcgovern a National political director Frank Mankiewicz told reporters wednesday. A we stood sen. Humphrey dead even and probably beat him in the working areas of this As in Pennsylvania a week ago where Mcgovern placed a Strong second in delegates to Humphrey 39 to 55, the South Dakota senator scored More heavily in Ohio than anyone expected him to do until the last few Days of the Campaign. He got an added plus from this weeks primaries when Humphrey Defeated gov. George c. Wallace by a relatively narrow margin in neighbouring Indiana. The Alabama governor fared far better against Humphrey in 1972 than he did in 1964 against former gov. Matthew Welsh that years stand in for president Lyndon b. Johnson. Although Humphrey is expected to out distance Wallace by a substantial margin next week in West Virginia the Ala still is found near Windsor Windsor . A Federal agents arrested four men in a raid on a Mammoth illegal whiskey operation near Windsor wednesday. The officers said the distilling Complex included four stills each with a 4,500-gallon capacity capable of making 1,000 Gallons of liquor a week. Bama governor casts a Long Shadow Over the former vice presidents chances the following week in two states he carried against president Nixon in 1968, Maryland and Michigan. Mcgovern is poised to do his part there too with a Strong Chance to take at least one Maryland District and a Strong Volunteer organization ready to Roll in Michigan. But the most significant part of Mcgovern a Ohio showing even if his totals in the states heavily unionized Blue Collar regions turns out to be some what below his staff a claims is that he has survived in Good shape in the two strongest states of his chief rival. Now the Battle will move on to what Mcgovern a staff regards As his favourable turf Nebraska Oregon California and new York. The staff a analysis of where Mcgovern would do Well has been quite accurate so far. Humphrey already is indicating he May make Only minimal efforts in Nebraska and Oregon to get a head Start in California. If not quite the democratic front runner his managers claim he is Mcgovern has come out of the Industrial Midwest in better shape than he had anticipated. His Ohio showing has probably prevented Humphrey from assuming the front runner status. Elect Louis Wade Secretary of state pol Fital advertising elect Jim Hunt lieutenant governor High Point committee for the election of Jim Hunt Jim Morgan chairman my Uland Terrell evangelist revival 7 30 p. M. Nightly May 7 -12 if Tou died tonight Eva ave Buffy song Leader whom would your soul by tomorrow of you to not buro attend a spiritual revival at Noranside Church of Ghrist 1032 old Winston re. Special music Nursery. Nan Sanami National propelling re elect Clifton ted Hunt or. Republican candidate state House of representatives be sure continue the excellent representation he has Given you for the past 2 years North Carolina can to afford an investment in the past Clifton ted Hunt or. X vote for Republican primary saturday May 6 pot. Adomi compion chairman lets Send Nick to the Senate its our future Golf discount centers inc. A store hours a monday thru Friday a 9 00 a m. 9 00 . Saturday a 9 00 a m. A 6 00 . Wilson staff i a 4 Woods 9 Irons. A lightweight steel shafts Reg $375 special 269�?o t ran Fastback clubs a 4 Woods. 9 Irons a Dyna Ute steel shafts reg.$3sm special 159�?o titlist Mafli mo.-,.� a Umit one Doz. Per customer a while they last special mos. Spalding trophy Golf balls a Sig. $5 25 per Doz. Special 2�?o a while they last kit Slicks by Elton a solids and stripes to choose from. A regular $29 9s to $32.95 values special 19�?o Golf shoes by Doug Sanders a mown or White to choose from. A regular $40" value special 19�?o a Tennis balls a Wilson a Penn a Dunlop Spalding a Sla Zenger a Bancroft tre torn Tennis shoes a mens Ano women s styles a 7i% lighter than conventional shoes a Canvas or leather uppers special cd As c Etc 11�?o-18�?o in mind rom so c cd cd cd c in it a 4639 West Market Greensboro phone 294-1970 when congressman Nick Galifianakis announced his intention to run for the United states Senate he offered a profound reason Why we should elect him to this important position. A the fundamental Issue in the 1972 election a he said a a is which among us is better equipped to move Forward with our people during these rapidly changing times for twentieth Century problems must be met with twentieth Century Nick Galifianakis is a Young Man seasoned by 12 years of experience in Congress and the state legislature. His leadership looks to the future not the past. His 75-year old opponent has asked for a just one More terms because of his seniority. But North Carolina can to afford an investment in the past if we re serious about wanting seniority in the . Senate we must make an investment now in leadership that can solve our problems today and in the years ahead. We must elect Nick Galifianakis to the . Senate. Uts Send Nick to the Senate High Point Galifianakis for sonata committee Louis j. Fish or jr., chairman

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