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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 19, 1972, High Point, North Carolina 10a High Point Enterprise thursday oct. 19, 1971andrews and Hawke clash for fourth District seat Ike Andrews by Reggie Lester Durham Sun writer for the associated press Democrat Ike Andrews and Republican Jack Hawke have two different views on the meaning of a a experience in their 4th District congressional campaigns. Andrews a Siler City attorney has campaigned extensively on his record As a member of the North Carolina general Assembly and his knowledge a of the District and the people in Hawke a Raleigh businessman says he has a wider a National perspective than his opponent based on his work As administrative assistant to former 4th District rep. Jim Gardner of Rocky mount and other areas of involvement. Having served six terms in Sencial in knowing How to work the general Assembly in in a legislative body a Andrews eluding one stint in the Senate says. Andrews Points to his record in Hawke is a staunch supporter the legislature. He was speaker 0f president Nixon a policies pro tem of the House in 1971. And contends that he Hawke majority Leader and chairman is campaigning on the of the committee on rules and a you can Tell what Type of operations. Congressman a candidate will a legislative experience is is be a says Hawke a by the Way he talks about the the cop nominee says a member of Congress is a a National office Holder and that requires a National Outlook. Hawke thinks a congressional i candidate should a Tell the voters How he will vote on the National a my first vote in Congress a Hawke says a will be to move the Federal government in the direction of the Nixon program my opponent will cast his vote for the policies of George asked if the policies of demo cratic presidential candidate Mcgovern coincided with those of the current House leadership Hawke said a it was Carl Albert House speaker and Hale Boggs majority Leader who blocked the presidents programs and voted for a higher level of although Andrews has not openly endorsed Mcgovern he says he will try to a represent the people of the 4th District whoever the president Andrews says education is Are a key concerns of his Campaign. He says the Many colleges and universities in the District a need an effective spokesman in Washington. Andrews cites his membership on the University of North Carolina Board of trustees since 1959 and on the governors commission on reorganization of higher education in 1971. Hawke has issued a position papers on the Vietnam War and the treatment and return of . Prisoners of War drug addiction and a moral decay and 1 the Way he sees a represents stands including opposition to owners of War and the seniority Tive should communicate with increases in Federal taxes sup system his District. Port for the Public school sys Andrews said it was a trite the Republican nominee tem and the state supported for my opponent to use the plans to Issue another study system of higher education. Vietnam War and prisoners soon on sickle cell anaemia. Curtailment of deficit spending topics As he says the Andrews says he will soon is increased Aid to senior citizens a feeling in the nation is so in sue a document outlining his Relief for the Small business animus a to end the War and a Man and Farmer from Federal return the prisoners that it is interference and taxes and not an Issue congressional service. Andrews has called for a Andrews says the subjects change in the seniority system raised by his Republican oppo and Hawke says he favors the nent Are not a really move too but he says some Aine says an Issue arises when ter native should be presented a there Are two opposing not just a Call for change viewpoints a but a my opponent both candidates have pm incorrectly assumes that be-1 played a great Deal of hand cause a subject is important it shaking and civic club appear should be called an ances in their campaigns. L both candidates have not Hawke who had no opposition i squared off against each other in his primary bid started f if % except on the subjects of Pris television advertisements soon Piedmont Lodge 681 after the Spring primaries were the 4th District includes the Over. Counties of Wake Durham Andrews finished second in a Chatham and six Man Field in the first democratic primary but Defeated front runner Jack Coggins of Raleigh in the Runoff. He began his television promotions about two weeks ago. The districts congressional seat went up for grabs when the current rep. Nick Galifianakis ran successfully for the democratic nomination to the . Senate. Emergent communication master Mason degree fri., oct. 20th 7 30 p m. Protus t. Wood Mosier a Woodroe f. 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