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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 11, 1972, High Point, North Carolina 12a High Point Enterprise monday sept. La 1972 the Harris Survey americans support bombing and mining in Vietnam War flue cured markets close shop weekend traffic toll is Low by the associated press was killed. There were at least five tray another car in the Side Highway patrol said. Robert g. Easton. 75, of win. It Ston Salem was killed when a wreck occurred on . 70 Fie deaths in North Carolina car n which he was Riding hit half mile West of Havelock from 6 . Friday to Midnight the the a Harris by Louis Harris by a substantial 55-32 per cent a majority of Likely voters support the continued heavy bombings of North Vietnam by the United states. And by 64-22 per cent the mining of North vietnamese harbours by this country is also backed by american Public opinion. The rationale behind Public thinking is that a by mining harbours and bombing the North vietnamese will come to peace terms faster a a a View held by a 53-32 per cent margin. In addition by 74-11 per cent a lopsided majority supports president Nixon a Contention that a it is important that South Vietnam not fall into the control of the thus by a 47-35 per cent margin a plurality of the Public now opposes a coalition government in Saigon a if that were the Only Way we could get peace in vie name the widest plurality in opposition to such a coalition solution the Harris Survey has recorded since March of 1971. Yet these results from the latest poll of 1640 Likely voters conducted in person across the country Between August 30 and sept. I Tell Only half the Story about the profound shift that has taken place in the past month in american Public opinion about the Vietnam War a much of the renewed credibility of Nixon policies on Vietnam can be traced to the succession of statements and Campaign tactics of senator George Mcgovern on the Issue. Back in May by a substantial 54-21 per cent margin a majority of the voters agreed that Mcgovern a deserves credit for being against the Vietnam War before other yet now in september this credit has shrunk to no More than a 42-41 per cent Edge a dramatic drop of 32 Points in the margin paying tribute to Mcgovern a Early stand against the War. A contributing to this decline in Confidence in Mcgovern on Vietnam is the 58-18 per cent disagreement with the recent statement by the South Dakota senator in effect that a the . Was More brutal in its bombings than the communists when they occupy parts of South a by 56-15 per cent the voters also feel that it was a wrong for Mcgovern to predict that if he wins the White House in november general Thieu will flee South Vietnam and a coalition government with the communists will take a by 49-20 per cent a plurality of the voters simply do not give credibility to the charge by Mcgovern a running mate Sargent Shriver that a the Nixon administration blew a real Chance to achieve peace in 1969. Just after it took office a even though the Shriver charges were backed up by Averell Harriman and Cyrus Vance the negotiators in Paris under president Johnson. A by 51 to 26 per cent a majority of the Public does not agree with sen. Mcgovern s charge that a Henry Kissinger s travels to Paris and Saigon were no More than a publicity stunt that falsely raised Hopes for a by 42-25 per cent a plurality of the voters agree with the Nixon administrations claims that a by sending Pierre Salinger to talk to the North vietnamese in Paris Mcgovern was harming efforts by Kissinger to negotiate a settlement a a a by 49-32 per cent a plurality of the voters also does not go along with the claims of former attorney general Ramsey Clark after visiting North Vietnam that a the . Was engaged in immoral and inhuman bombings of hospitals dikes and other non military targets which should the irony of these results is that by an overwhelming 76-21 per cent the american people favor a bringing Home All . Military naval and air forces from and when measured against his 1968 pledge to end . Involvement in Vietnam president Nixon is scarcely out of the Woods. Repeatedly the Harris Survey has asked Cross sections of Likely voters a do you tend to agree or disagree that president Nixon has not kept his pledge of 1968 to end . Involvement in the Vietnam War a trend on Nixon pledge to end . Involvement in Vietnam not pledge not kept kept sure % % pc sept. 44 46 to july 50 42 8 april 48 40 12 by the associated press sunday a quote of Jef lowest totals the rattle of the auctioneer for a weekend this year has left Georgia Florida to the deaths brought the toll Bacco warehouses for another be year to 1,294, 82 More year. Than at the same time last the flue cured tobacco mar year. Ket ended a record breaking speeding car overturned year last week when Ware several times after shooting off houses closed for the season. A Rural Roach Jaq Miles West of warehousemen were Busy to Jacksonville the Highway parlay sweeping Sand and Loose Troi said the Driver Richard tobacco leaves from the floors m. Turauski 21, of the new and transferring the Multi Mil River Marine base was killed. Lion Dollar crop to major buy a to Coli Sion in Catawba county killed a Passen tha ,. Gee in one of the cars and in the stagnant a a a Urc it i sex p80"5 the using night watchman clock and door seals will add acct your Rusin and Home to ill tru i cd i property a hours a i Day Davis patrol amp watchman service equipped with 2-Way radio for better service Security guards phone 886-4025 ers in the United states. Soon All that will remain stinging smell of dried tobacco. It was a Good year for tobacco Farmers a a year in which they sold 165.097.617 pounds of flue cured tobacco for a record average $85.48 per Hundred Jared six persons. The victim was Terry Neal Leatherman 9, of it. 2, Catawba. A Highway patrolman said one of the cars went out of control on . 16 about a mile of Newton crossed the although in this latest Harris Survey for the first time a plurality express the View that the president has kept his pledge to end . Involvement in the War the margin who feel this Way is no better than a narrow two Points. In Sharp contrast is another question which asked voters a if you had to say which candidate would you feel most in agreement with in his approach to bringing Home . Troops naval and air Force from Vietnam George Mcgovern or Richard Nixon a most agree with in bringing . Forces Home from Vietnam total voter % Nixon 51 Mcgovern 33 not sure 16 slowly president Nixon is rallying Public opinion Back to his position on Vietnam. But up to this Point in the Campaign he has been materially aided and abetted by the statements and tactics of his opponent for the White House sen. George Mcgovern. Price of South pounds Center be and hit an oncoming that compares to last years car head on. Average of $76.82 per Hundred. A Man laying in a Rural Road some 181.322.315 pounds were near Cornelius in Mecklenburg sold last year. The Federal state county was killed when hit by Market news service attributed a car the victim was Miles the drop in poundage to a Ragle Gibson of it. 2 Moores smaller influx of out of state to vile Bacco. A car struck a Utility pole be Farmers Are proud of their Side . 74 three Miles West of 1972 crop but Are Quick to Rutherfordton. Edith Crisp Point out that the High prices Greene 40, of it. 5, Ruther paid Aren t making them Rich Ford ton who was in the car d. L. Herring of Lake Park says inflation hits tobacco Farmers too. A wages fertilizer and the Cost of living have All gone up a he said. A what we get just takes care of he said his tobacco averaged $85 per Hundred this year. . Wilkinson of Valdosta has been raising tobacco for 48 years and a it brought More this year than in be Ever seen he said. Hail hit Wilkinson s crop he said but the Market was a real Bill Merwin who farms 48 acres of tobacco in the Hahira area said his $85 average was the a highest we Ever Merwin said his average was about $30 when he began tobacco farming in 1927. A the homeless Man s Friend Quot a i Johnson . Nun. 454 279 Ohnson Poxon Yood Telephone 8852133 2 132 Church a a nut q High Point Bush Hiu Lodge no 732 of a am Tutt Doy sept i2�h 7 30pm. Stated communication Vittling Malone Webcam Larry Swiggett master Dan Kelly sect. Bring results want ads es363be3qee9e3e3e3 a leaner a world gleaner a world a user a amp a gleaner world a meaner meaner world i Lleane big things happen to your Money when you. Deposit it at perpetual. 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