High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 29 1974, Page 67

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High Point Enterprise, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1974, High Point, North Carolina The Ford Cook High Point Enterprise wednesday May 29 1974 5a of him hat Mem m47mm 40 mom Otil win primaries in the 80s the few drops of rain that fell on the area this morning quickly moved eastward As partly Cloudy skies took Over for the next couple of Days High temperatures will go up also As southwesterly winds bring warmer air the forecast for tonight is for partly Cloudy and warm lows will be in the 60s and the chances of rain will be 20 per cent forecast North Carolina few Brief showers Northern coun ties this morning and scattered showers extreme Northeast today otherwise partly Cloudy and warm through thursday highs to Day upper 70s to Middle 80s lows tonight Middle 50s to Middle 60s highs thursday mostly in the 80s South Carolina partly Cloudy and warm today and thursday with isolated afternoon and evening showers highs in the 80s lows in the 60s since the National weather station broadcasts emergency bulletins forecasts current conditions and travel conditions on an around Hellock basis in some 70 localities of the nation Ria has developed a pocket size radio that tunes in this information at the push of a Button the Small thursdays Outlook Calls for continued partly Cloudy skies with a High temperature in the mid to upper 80s rain chances will stay at 20 per cent the extended forecast predicts similar conditions until sunday when rain is expected to cover the area temperatures by the associated press 24 hours ending 8 am Edt station h l or Asheville cloy 74 54 t Augusta pc 81 58 Charleston Clear 77 70 Charlotte pc 76 61 t Columbia pc 82 64 Greensboro cloy 74 63 t Grenville so cloy 77 57 Raleigh cloy 80 59 t Savannah Clear 83 61 Wilmington pc 79 59 three Day forecast North Carolina extended Outlook Friday through sunday partly Cloudy and warmer Friday through sunday with Chance of showers mountains saturday and Over the state sunday highs mid to upper 80s to Low 90s sunday lows 60s by by Ramsey associated press writer Louisville by a Republican sen Marlow Cook and democratic gov Wendell Ford brushing aside Token opponents in us Senate primaries expressed Confidence for their november showdown i will go to Washington to serve every kentuckian Ford 49 said tuesday night after the states primary election a return to per Sonal government can be achieved As we tear Down the barriers of Federal isolationism Cook 47 who is completing his first six year Senate term said he was delighted to pick up the Challenge for a Republican its always a close race in this democratic state but we have a Good record of coming through neither nominee campaigned or raised Money expressly for the primary Sav ing their resources for what is expected to be a Tough general election Campaign Cooks Headquarters did not even tally the votes there were no surprises in the unofficial returns with 3188 of 3268 precincts reporting Ford amassed 129094 votes and his Only foe Harvey Brazin a Frankfort businessman 23033 with 3195 precincts tallied Cook had 35220 William Klein a Louisville electronics consultant had 2234 and Thurman Hamlin a London Farmer had 2991 although Cooks margin Over his foes was 7 to 1 and Fords Only 5 to 1 the figures indicate on fourth of registered democrats voted but Only on eleventh of Eligi ble republicans Ford has indicated his main strategy will be to link Cook closely with the Nixon administration Cook has denied being that intimate and has countered with the claim that kentuckians approve of his Senate work overwhelmingly in the congressional Pri Maries state sen Carroll Hubbard 36 a Mayfield lawyer sprang the big sur prise by upsetting 67yearold democratic incumbent Frank Stubblefield of Murray who has held the 1st District Post since 1958 Hubbard hinged much of his Campaign on the theme that voters want a change in Congress which he contended was not meeting the Peoples needs democratic nomination is tantamount to election in the Western Ken Tucky District Hubbards brother Kyle scored a Victory in the 4th District along the Ohio River defeating de Winterberg of Covington on the strength of votes from his Home area near Louisville give this easy Way your old furniture old a Tophet and appliances Etc con help a tease to pkg up Juil Phant 682io26 House of prayer s for alcoholics All gifts Are tax deductible i notice anyone knowing the present whereabouts of William Marvin Jarrell or and his teenage female companion Sarah Morton please Call her father collect Days or nights 9196375528 Jack Morton new Bern n c Jack Morton e52s4 at Ilderton Dodge those Good Guys in the White hats Are right on target with Economy and a transmission pm r Dart swinger automatic two door Hardtop 1 Economy our Dart swinger with an automatic transmission got better Gas mileage than Maverick or Nova Standard shift cars in Light City driving in a recent test conducted by Sac the United states Auto a Dart swinger with a six Cylinder engine 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