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Page Eight

THE SUMMER DAILY

Tuesday, May 15, 1 973

Page Eight THE SUMMER DAILY 'Tuesday, May 15, 1973

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Wallace: 1 year
after Laurel

By BESSIE FORD
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (UPI) -
Gov. George C. Wallace started
to cancel his presidential cam-
paign trip to Maryland on May
15, 1972 - not because of any
premonition of danger but be-
cause the pilot who was to fly
him hadn't shown up on time.
When Wallace and his security
people arrived at a local land-
ing field that warm Monday
morning, the plane was fueled
and ready to take off. However,
the pilot had misunderstood the
schedule and was nowhere
around.
WALLACE'S campaign director,
Charles Snider, was notified of
the mixup. He assured the im-
patient Wallace he would get the
pilot to the airport and the trip
could be made, even if the de-
parture was a little late.
The first rally of the day was
at Wheaton, Md., and it went
badly. Hecklers hurled eggs and
other missiles at Wallace. They
got so rough he decided against
wading into the crowd to shake
the few friendly hands.-
Wallace and the -rest of his
group went on to lunch. Wallace
had a hamburger.
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Wheaton, the security men were
worried about the next rally, at
Laurel. They thought that per-
haps the hecklers from Wheaton
might follow them there.
But they were pleasantly sur-
prised by the Laurel crowd, ga-
thered at a shopping center. It
gave Wallace and his party a
very friendly welcome. They
were so friendly, that they did
not object when Wallace decided
to shake hands witth the people,
leaving the bullet-proof shielded
podium that was part of his stan-
dard campaign travel equipment.
Wallace had autographed sev-
eral pictures, pumped the hands
of many well-wishers who lean-
ed over the ropes to greet him,
and had just about reached the
corner of the cordoned area when
the first shot rang out.
MS. WALLACE, who had mov
ed away from Wallace jist be-
fore the shooting to talk to a
woman who was an enthusiastic
Wallace supporter, threw herself
on top of her husband to pro-
tect him. His blood stainod her
yellow dress.
After first being put in a station
wagon and then shifted to an am-
bulance when it arrived, Walla.e
and some 10 other persons were
loaded into the emergency vehi-
cle and whisked off to a hosoitl.
Wallace has said he prayed tlur-
ing that trip, and that ie was in
considerable pain.
After 54 days in hospitals and
a series of operations that saved
his life but could not restore
the use of his paralyzed legs,
Wallace has begun to look more
like the old fiery politician. He
looks subdued in his wheelchair,
but political talk serves as a
See WALLACE, Page 9

UEURU E WALLACwhacks a
tennis ball from a motorized
cart behind the governor's
mansion in Montgomery. Al-
though he works out frequently,
the exercises only serve to im-
prove his circulation. His legs,
shriveledsto abouthaltetheir
normal size, wilt never be
more than dead weight.

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