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The Atlanta Constitution from Atlanta, Georgia • 44

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bANUKA NQVVJ9.PEN Sir POWERS .1 Was That Pot In Those 5 Flower Pots? IN I-Vv THE ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, Frffloy, April 5, 1968 For Presidential Primary, But Who Pays, Asks Maddox GOSRBffi CHAKIIJE 6521, Roswcll Rood KE. DINNER THEATRE Butltt Olnn.n :30 OO P.M. CurUmi P.M. W.d., 17 00 J8 00 Sunday, $6.00 1 fj(vjitioNs ONir PHowf jjj.ji:o the expenses involved in the by Gtorge Axelrad with Cens Rodfern Pat Uyiinger Democratic National Conven stories WITH TALKING I EXHIBITS L.Vr si'. vpi; Those weren't petunias in thoye flower pots, that was pot in those flower pots.

Detectives W. E. Wood and L. D. Howard said plants found growing in the five flower pots in the kitchen of a home on East Lake Drive Tuesday night were believed to be marijuana.

Dianne Gilmore Lane, 24, of the East Lake Drive address, and Jolm Fears, 47, of a North Avenue address, were charged with possession of narcotics and lottery paraphernalia. The detectives and Madison Bowen, a state drug inspector, Amusement primary in Georgia if "somebody" would provide the funds. He estimated a primary would cost $150,000. The Georgia Democratic party, Maddox recalled, was $225,000 in debt when he assumed office. The debt almost has been cleared, but the party now faces Gov.

Lester Maddox said Thursday he agrees with Georgia Sen. Richard B. Russell's suggestion for a presidential preferential primary in the state "but I don't know who'd finance it." Maddox said he would be "delighted" to have a presidential Storylandn VVISIT 5 On Raul 41 (4-Lan Hww (a MnK.ltnl i I North ot R.v.r Ml. SATS. SUNS.

II A.tA.wmmmmm EN SATS.tSUNS.il A M11 tion and fall primaries, Maddox said. "There's no financing for anything like that," Maddox said of Russell's suggestion. Russell recalled that he arranged Georgia's last presidential primary when he was governor in 1932. "I think the legislature should have passed a law a long time ago to have a primary in the state either that or elect delegates to the national convention as they do in Alabama," Russell said in a Washington Progress Noted In Labor Talks said they also found five match boxes filled with ground mari juana and an assortment of lot tery tickets. An automobile was confiscated when a match box of marijuana was found inside the vehicle, they said.

when a number of men were laid off by the firm whose parent company is based at San-ford and non-union women were employed. Male workers struck the plant. There were frequent demonstrations outside the factory during some of which policemen and workers were STOCKPORT, England (UPI). Further progress was reported to have been made Thursday in talks between representatives of the American-owned Roberts-Arundel textile machinery plant, the Ministry of Labor and trade union officials over the 13-month-old dispute at the factory. The dispute flared in late 19CG I'M iiiiiiiimh i iiiiiiMLM i ii ii'iii ii Jliir itfiiiiil i mir mm iiiiiinifiniiii mi irn-n imiwriTiirT a ATlAhTA mm zjf NOMINATED FOR.

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