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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 7, 1972, High Point, North Carolina 2d High Point Enterprise sunday Moy 7, 1972 first time voter Young people Between 18 and 21 years of age voted for the first time in North Carolina during the primary election saturday. Among them was Fred Newton of High Point who is under 21. When his turn came Newton stepped up at right to a voting machine at precinct i in the Central High school gymnasium and then placing his crash helmet on the floor below flipped the switch closing the curtains about the polling Booth and voted in a statewide election for the first time in his life. Staff photo by Mark Austin television awards announced new York a Joseph Biroc s production of a Brian s song for the Abc movie of the week received an emmy award saturday night As televisions Best feature length pro a Gram in 1971-72. A total 46 emmy awards were announced simultaneously in new York and los Angeles in the categories of news creative crafts daytime drama and children a and religious programming. Other emmy awards will be announced May 14 at the 2un annual emmy awards show sponsored by the National Academy of television aits and sciences. All three major networks received emmy for news coverage of special events Abc for a the China trip a neg for its a the supreme court and the Pentagon papers a and lbs for a a ride on the Moon the flight of Apollo 15.�?� sesame Street was a repeat Winner in the category of Best children s programming. Two programs received emmy for Best Magazine Type programs no cd so a chronology and the Public broadcasting systems a great american dream a in All Abc led the winners with awards for 17 individuals and five programs. Abc garnered la awards and lbs 7. A list of emmy award winners follows achievement within regularly scheduled news programs neg for a defeat of Daca a a individuals contributing to the program segments Phil Brady for a defeat of Dacca a and Bob Schieffer. Phil Jones Don Webster and Bill Plante for cd so a the air documentary program current events lbs reports fori a a night in jail a Day in court a Abc special a this child is rated documentary program cultural the undersea world of Jacques Cousteau for a sound of dolphins a the undersea world of Jacques Cousteau for a the unsinkable sea Otter Quot a Abc s a Hollywood. The dream documentary program i divid u a i so Louis j. Hazam. Writer for a Venice be damned Robert Northshield. Writer for a suffer the Little individual contributing to Maga me Type program Mike Wallace correspondent for a co daytime drama no cd so the sports programming no cd so a acc championship game a religious programming Alfredo Antonia of lbs for a and David wept a Lon Souaky syndicated for a a City of the individual achievement. Entertainment Michael Hastings and Derek Marlow writers for a the search for the Nile parts i via on Abc. Creative technical crafts cameramen Pierre Goupil Michel de Loire and Yves Omer for abcs a secrets of the sunken turnout Light for demo gop races in Davidson by Ven Carver Enterprise staff writer Lexington Davidson county republicans turned out in slight numbers saturday Controvert ing a statewide trend to nominate their party s candidates for the state Senate and the state House to compete in the Genera election this november. I it democratic turnout was Light also but no democratic candidates were involved in exclusively local primaries. incomplete were returns for the senatorial primary but it was probable that Jack hoots of Wallburg was Defeated in his bid for the senatorial nomination. Hoots was the Only Davidson county Man running in the Senate race. He is currently serving As the Davidson county Republican party chairman. The apparent winners of the senatorial race were Phillip j. Kirk or. And Robert n Ance Somers both of Rowan county. The latter two carried both Davidson and Davie counties which comprise the 21st senatorial District along with Rowan by hefty margins. The final results in Davidson county showed Kirk with 2,552 votes and Somers with 2.391. Hoots finished a poor third in his Home county at 2,124. In Davie county hoots fared even worse. He got Only 602 votes less than half As Many As either of his opponents in Davie Somers received 1,278 and Kirk got 1.280. With Only partial results available from Rowan hoots was far behind the two native sons. In the House race Davidson county candidates fared much More favourably. With from the 30th House District comprised of Davidson and Davie Joe la. Hege jr., the Only incumbent running led the ticket with 4.421. The second Man was Jim Mashburn also of Davidson county with 3,426. Mashburn is a new Comer to politics. Finishing third and also entitled to run in the general elections in november was Gilbert Lee Boger the Only candidate from Davie county. He collected 3,251. Both James Lacey Buie and Fred Poetzinger were eliminated in this primary. Buie received 2,184 and Poetzinger got 2.041. All of these men who were successful in their bids for the Republican nomination will face Corr petition from democrats in the general election. Not surprisingly Richard Nixon Defeated Paul Mcclos key in the Republican presidents primary. Also As expected gov. George c. Wallace of Alabama Defeated Terry Sanford in the democratic presidential preference primary. Wallace got Well Over a majority of the votes with a total o 5.986 to Sanford a 3.960. Congresswoman Shirley Chis Holm and senator Henry m. Jackson and Edmond Muskie had just slightly Over 1,000 votes among them. In the democratic race for . Senate Nick Galifianakis collected More votes than incumbent sen. B. Everett Jordan. Galifianakis won with 5.-650 votes compared to Jordan a 4,536. In the democratic race for the gubernatorial nomination h. P. Pat Taylor edged out Hargrove skipper bowies 4,-895 to 4,700. The race for lieutenant governor saw a narrow Victory for James b. Hunt who got 4,-473 votes to Roy Sowers 3,834. On the Republican Side Jesse Helms handily Defeated his two opponents for the . Senatorial nomination. Helms got 2,498 votes to 1,213 for James c. Johnson and 319 for William h. Booe. Also in the r e p u b bean gubernatorial Campaign. James Gardner came in first with 2,509 votes against 1,757 for James hols Houser. Mrs. Omkie Wallace Gardner draw leads school r i. Board voting 3vor in Randolph go. By Ven Carver enterprises Aff writer Lexington mrs Alex Minke a Veteran of 28 be Irso teaching in the Davidson county school system led the ticket in the nonpartisan school Board election saturday which was held in conjunction with statewide primaries. Garnering an unofficial 7.908 votes. Mrs. Hinkle Defeated b e Mendenhall or. An incumbent Board member. Re elected to four Vear terms on the Davidson i minty Board were Robert l. Ripple of Welcome. Who code ted 6.843 votes and i Tom Johnson of Denton who came in with 6 601 votes. Mrs. Hinkle also of Welcome. Graduated Magna cum laude from High Point College after retiring last year As a teacher she went into business with her husband who operates Hinkle s Antiques and Hinkle s auction House Pinole was chairman of the school Board for six years. Current he is serving As vice chairman. Johnson a Ike Ripple is an eight year incumbent on the Davidson county school Board. He holds a degree in business administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is currently Emo loved As office manager at Thornton knitting co. In Denton. There were seven candidates competing for one of the three vacant Dos on the school Board. Behind Mendenhall were a. Lamar Myers with 4,903 Kirby Greene or. With 3.762 and Darrel Peeler with 3,070. By Don Wrenn Enterprise staff writer Asheboro Randolph Fred or a Wallace for president saturday and gave Jim Gardner a win on the Republican Side for governor and Hargrove skipper Bowles on the democratic ticket. Wallace swamped Randolph Over both president Nixon and former governor Terry Sanford by a two to one margin. A s. Senator b. Everett Jordan was badly o u t numbered by challenger congressman n i c k Galifianakis. In the fourth District House race Chatham county s Ike Andrews was ahead on the democratic ticket to succeed . Airlifts War refugees Saigon a a us. Air Force cargo plane that normally handles 90 passengers brought More than four times that number of refugees into Saigon on a flight from the Central Highlands the air Force said saturday. Kesten say the 394 refugees were mostly Young women it Soldren. De Jensen to of South vietnamese military men in the threatened Highlands. . Auli crities estimate More than 350.000 South vietnamese have fled their Homes in the War zones since the North vietnamese offensive began on March 30. Congressman Galifianakis Over five challengers. He fright however face a run 21 with Jyles Coggins of Wake county. In the 24th District state House race republicans Roby Garner and Frank Redding captured wins Over two other opponents while democrats Jack Pugh and Gilbert Davis got the nod for the november race. Successful school Board members included mrs. Mary Tate Blake c. Howard Hinshaw Grady Lawson and r. S. Davis. Mrs. Blake led the ticket with 8.560 votes to her nearest challenger Hinshaw who received 6.684 votes. Incumbent who lost was Thurman Mcbride. Randolph voters overwhelmingly supported both the state and local zoo Bonds. On the local zoo Bond vote a total of 7,649 voters favored the sewer lines and 7,390 the water lines. Against the sewer lines were 4 007 votes and against the water lines were 3.846. In the state zoo Bond election a total of 9.468 persons gave their approval and 2,985 were against. On the water vote 8,982 were for the Bond program and 3,202 were against it. 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As appliance. 43 apt., Leumi furnished 26 apts., he utes unfurnished. 27 auction so general is aute accessories. 90 auctions real estate. 40 i Auto leans. 94 aute repair. .91 automobiles for sole. 10o automobiles wanted. .92 i boats traders. .97 bookkeeping Tai. Ii bldg. Material supplies is business opportunities. 14 cameras jewelry 49 campers trailers 99 card of thanks 2 cemetery hats 37 child care 76 clothing. 47 commercial property rent. 30 commercial property sole. 39 farm Gordon equipment 46 feeds poultry. By j female or male help 64 female help furniture 70 female help hosiery 71 female help sales. 72 female help Mischel Loneius 73 i Flowers seeds. 54 lad. 41 garage sales. S3 Gordon farm equipment. 46 Hemes for Sale. 34 household furnishings 44 houses apts. Furnished 26 houses apts. Unfurnished 27 instructions. 5 insurance. 16 jewelry cameras 49 jobs wanted 77 lend for sole.33 landscaping Yard Erk. 13 lest b found. ,3 lets residential., 35 male or female help. 64 male help furniture. 65 male help hosiery. 66 male help�?soles.67 male help miscellaneous. 61 Mobile Hemes space rent. 21 Mobile Hemes spaces Sale. 36 Money to lean. 17 mortgage motorcycles scooters. 91 musical equipment. So painting remodelling. 14 personals. 4 pets�?livestock.79 pet supplies. To poultry a feeds. Ii property wanted.41 Radies to repair 16 radios to soles. 56 Remote Ling painting. 14 residential lots Sale is residential Hemes Sale. 34 resort rent 29 resort Sale. 31 Ream a Board 24 roams rent. 25 seeds Flowers 34 septic tank service is sporting goods 52 Tai bookkeeping i a travel opportunities 7 trucks a campers 99 tvs radio repair 16 tvs radio sales. 36 upholstering repairing 17 wanted to buy 63 wanted to rant 31 Yar Dwarki landscaping 13

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