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Daily Times-News, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1966, Burlington, North CarolinaWeather partly Cloudy warm to night and sunday. For Roundup see Page 12a. The daily times news family today t Ctm Tathy reaching More the m.75i Alamance chatty with pm Dan vol. 88 no. 291 Price five cents associated i kiss up telephoto and Hock service newspaper Enterprise asm. Burlington n. A saturday May 28, 1966 associated press dailies a and Kino feature Servici Herald Tribune new service 30 pages sections Early primary voting is said Light by Rob Wood Raleigh a Early Vot ing in North Carolina ? primary election was described today As Light to moderate. The weather was Cloudy and there were re ports of showers in places. There was Only one statewide race and two hotly contested congressional races. No More than persons were expected to vote. Voting in Raleigh was Light. In Durham it was described very Light except in negro precincts and in Charlotte it was moderate considering the weather which was showery. The Early vote also was Light in Buncombe in fair weath tary of the state elections s. Shallcross of Smithfield. Orange county school despite an All out Durham a 37-year-old Attor-1 Charlotte lawyer and t. Lamar Reau said the voter turnout pre democrats selected Cong res were challenging incumbent j by Creech Cooley was expected Ney and Duke University Law j Caudle Wadesboro lawyer and diction was based on reports from county chairman. In 1964, tar voted. This time however there Are no presidential or gubernatorial contests. Even the weather was Unco operative. Overcast skies and afternoon thundershowers were forecast. Signal candidates in six of the i state s 11 congressional districts heels the republicans in two. This was the first election since the congressional and legislative districts were reshaped in january by the general As Sembly to meet the . Supreme court s one Man one vote equal representation Man Date. Or. A m Andi the 4th and 5th congressional i districts offered the political democratic rep. Harold Cooley. Ito i the nomination without a professor. He is the son of controversial National figure Rui Iofi. Migrants Iroini Ilie wreck Island. The Lone race matched incumbent . Sen. The 4th, which includes Eveiett Jordan of Wake Orange Chatham and Hubert e. Seymour jr., Montgomery and ran Jordan takes Cataloochee Cataloochee n. C. W Haywood county s Cata Loochee precinct which prides itself at being first in North Carolina to report i t s election returns had this the District left open when democratic rep. Ralph Scott retired attracted four candidates. The 5th embraces the coun ties of Forsyth Stokes Rock Ingham Caswell person and Durham. The candidates were Smith b a g 1 e a 31-year-old Mir of Crete. During the Truman adm Nistra Statten. William z. Wood the Winner will meet in i _ r _ of mignon Ron 42, of Winston Salem a former tobacco Farmer. A second primary is a virtual certainly. Here Are the other congressional districts offering demo cratic primaries cum Beni Republican rep. Charles r. Jonas of Lincolnton of november. Eleventh rep. Roy Taylor of Black Mountain and Bruce Bozo Burleson of Bakersville. Canton opposed w. Scott har vey of Asheville. Many heated races were on Tab in the realigned legislative districts. For the first time All North Carolina House seats will be determined on a District basis. In the past the House lines have been drawn on a county basis. The redistricting brought head to head clashes among in incumbents of seven districts. Grandson of tobacco tycoon r. J. David Henderson Republican congressional con similar conditions existed in Complete tally in today s i Reynolds and now a o Wallace s. A. Chalkjr. Of1 tests were entered in the 10th i the new Senate districts Greensboro lawyer. Jordan was expected to win easily and move into the general Alex Brock executive Secre election against Republican Dolph counties Raleigh lawyer William a. Creech once a Mem Ber of . Sen. Sam j. Ervin s staff and Columbus tart an father Coughlin interviewed radio priest retiring Royal Oak Mich. A millions once heard his aggressive voice Heap invective on jews International communists and president Franklin d. Roosevelt. But Friday the Rev. Charles e. The picture of a quiet Parish priest As he chatted with reporters about his retire ment from the pastorate of his Church the shrine of the Little Flower it was my decision in the sense that i would like to have a Little time to enjoy with Little children and the Good things in he said. The 74-year-old priest told re porters it s simply a matter of time for the old to make Way for the Only the Day before father Coughlin had told a news con Ference of plans to celebrate his 50 years in the Priesthood next month. During one decade of those 50 years he became one of the court overrules it t Elj t Jajw. To by Bill Simmons Little Rock Ark. A Arkansas anti evolution Law has been struck Down on grounds it restricts Freedom of learn ing and teaching but the state plans to Appeal the ruling to the state supreme court. Chancery court judge Mur Ray Reed held Friday the 1928 Law was an unconstitutional re the quest for action legally Striction on knowledge cleared the Reed s Way for teaching Charles Darwin s famous theory of evolution in pub Lic school classrooms. Atty. Gen. Bruce Bennett de fending the Law As a bastion against what he called growing veterans proposing Boycott Mundelein 111. A a threatened Boycott of a Hilton hold Fay veterans has Arisen be cause a Hilton official shunted away a group of wounded Veter ans he feared might depress regular night club patrons. Andy Borg of Superior wis., president of the veterans of foreign wars threatened Fri Day to withdraw the vow s National convention from the new York Hilton aug. 19-26 unless an apology is made. The american legion s i tonal commander l. Eldon James who is in Europe said he was deeply distressed to learn that the sacrifice on the part of our Young men and women in Viet Nam might make them unwelcome any where in Porter Parris manager of the Conrad Hilton hotel in Chicago which features an ice skating show in its fashionable Boule Vard room said thursday he did not want a party of some 70 wounded veterans to attend the regular show because their presence might depress other patrons. He offered to put on a special matinee for 600 veterans. Resi dents of Mundelein a suburb Northwest of Chicago sponsors of the servicemen s entertain ment declined the invitation. At a news conference Friday Parris said he had been mis quoted then said i consider this a Public but added later that he would Issue an apology Only if this unfortunate incident see veterans on Page 3a democratic primary u. S. Senate incumbent b. Everett Jordan 7, Hubert e. Seymour or. 0. Eleventh congressional District rep. Roy Taylor 7, Bruce Bozo Burleson 0. Lem businessman. Morehead City Don Llowell of and Lith districts. I the state supreme court jus Harold Thomerson 52, of win Goldsboro and James a. Walk race was among per juices and the 15 Superior court Ston Salem who for 23 years served As administrative assist ant to three North Carolina con Gressmen. Stale rep. Nick Galifianakis godlessness said he would a peal Reed s ruling to the state supreme court and if Neces sary to the . Supreme court. Susan Epperson 24, a biology teacher at Little Rock Centra High school started the court test earlier this year with a Suil challenging the constitutionality of the Law which was adoptee at a statewide election in 1928. Mrs. Epperson said ii sounds very Good and i m very Happy about she too is prepared to continue the fight if necessary even though she is leaving Little Rock to continue her education with her husband Jon at the University of Missouri. If the ruling stands Tennes see and Mississippi alone we have the nation s two remaining so called Monkey Laws. Reed voided the Law because he said it restricts Freedom to learn and the Freedom to Bennett argued the state As an employer had the right to Tell mrs. Epperson what she could Leach in the Public schools. Quoting from a . Supreme court opinion defending the Dis Cussion of speculative theories in Public school science study Reed said any Law designed to limit or restrict the Field of in Quiry should be examined. He said he could find no Rea son for barring the evolution theory from the Public even though it May be objectionable to Many of our Cit the theory does not constitute a Hazard to the safety health and morals of the Community to such an extent that Constitution Al Freedom May justifiably be suppressed by the state he said. Reed said the Law which applied Only to Public schools also would be unconstitutional by failing to provide pupils of Pri vate schools the same Protection. He mentioned in his ruling the famous trial of John Thomas Scopes in Dayton in 1925, but said the ruling of the Tennessee supreme court that upheld Tennessee s anti evolution Law had been wiped out by . Supreme court rulings since then. The Arkansas Law was adopted while the Scopes Case was on see court on Page 3a most controversial political figures of the depression. In 1926, 10 years after his ordination father Coughlin was sent to this Detroit suburb to found a Catholic Parish. In october of that year he a raced his first radio Sermon confining himself to remarks on morality and Christian virtue. Eight persons wrote him letters after the broadcast but soon his audience began to grow. In the thirties he turned to political subjects in his ser Mons and eventually his Sun Day afternoon talks were car ried on 47 stations and heard by More than 30 million people. A favorite target was presi Dent Roosevelt. Father Coughlin Lari been a Sun Norter of the Par by new Deal but he was an isolationist and As Europe moved toward world War ii he broke with the president Over foreign policy. In. One broadcast he referred to the president As the great liar and and was forced by Church superiors to apologize to Roosevelt. In 1934 he formed the National Union for social Justice which soon grew to five million Mem Bers and was organized in every congressional District of the 30 most populous states. As his views grew More extreme he was silenced briefly by a new archbishop Edward Mooney in 1937. He returned to the air in 1938 on a Day of prayer set aside by american protestants jews and catholics for the jews persecuted in Hitler s Germany. In a sensational speech father Coughlin said Hitler was necessary to exterminate communism whose leadership unfortunately is identified with the jewish the jewish Bankers financed the russian revolution and com he charged. He was forced to give up his radio program by archbishop Mooney in 1940. His Magazine social Justice was barred from the mails in 1942 on the charge that it mirrored the Axis propaganda since then father Coughlin has tended to his Parish whose million Church was built from contributions received in the 1930s. He has spoken out recently Only to endorse sen. Barry Goldwater Republican Candi Date for president in 1964, and to criticize some of president Johnson s great society pro Grams. Or of Swansboro. Horace and James Keplinger both Greensboro. Eighth John g. Plumides both of Gastonia and w. Hall Young of Minneapolis. In the Lith Joe Sam Schenck of judges have a free ticket Home and Donald they Are unopposed in the Pri. Mary and general elections. All counties had local elections. Baptists say they cannot accept merger casts his ballot sen. B. Everett Jordan casts his ballot in the democratic primary in which he is seeking nomination for re election to his u. S. Senate Post. He voted in South Thompson precinct at the Saxapahaw Community Center. Polling places opened in Alamance county at o clock this morning and will close at o clock tonight. For local election stories see Page in. Times news Durham Man held for kidnapping Durham n. C. A a Durham Man is being held under Bond on a charge of kidnapping a woman and taking her to Rocky mount. Police said e. C. Pearce 39, Job at american tobacco co. Abducted mrs. James t. Mitch-1 Friday. They said Pearce once Ell 32, As she was leaving Pence he same company and mrs. By Charles c. Cain Detroit a nearly to delegates to the Southern Baptist convention were Home Ward bound today after a four Day session in which they made it Plain they would not surren Der their traditional Independence in the cause of ecumenical the Rev. Herschell Paschal of Nashville tenn., newly elect cd president of the convention said Southern baptists would be willing to discuss ideas of other churches but sat no place for themselves in any federation 01 churches. Southern baptists with 10 million members comprise the largest protestant denomination in the United states despite the name churches affiliated will the convention Are located throughout the country. The most widely discussed Issue of the convention involve a Man who was not there and i did not reach the floor until the final hours. He was Bill d. Moy cars special assistant to presi Dent Johnson. Moyers an ordained Southern Baptist minister had been slated to receive a convention award for outstanding work in the Field of communications some Baptist ministers in Texas and Oklahoma questioned Thi award after it became known earlier this month that Moyers had danced the Watusi at Washington Charity Ball. Moyers asked that his name amusements 7-9b bridge______________8b business Page classified___.8-9b comics._____4b doctor 3b editorials.4a investor s guide______6a obituaries.6b sports 2-3b stocks.6a tv-radio__________6-7b weather.12a women s news.7-11a contracts cancelling protested Washington a three South Carolina congressmen Hava told president Johnson the j. P. Stevens company would be wrecked if its Federal contracts were cancelled. Reps. Mendel Rivers Robert allegedly drove his car into mrs. T. Ashmore and w. J. B. Car and then used a were found in a House in Rocky mount Friday night after some one tipped officers a woman was being held against her will according to Durham police. I two Durham detectives went to Rocky mount where Pearce surrendered without resistance and mrs. Mitchell was found unharmed. They were returned to Durham. Pearce who operates a radio television repair business Al m t h 11 de withdrawn but the Conven Ion s radio and television com Mittee let the nomination stand the Rev. Paul Stevens exec live Secretary of the commis sinn. Said the award would by presented in october probably at the White House. Rumours persisted that various Small groups of minister planned to bring the Moyer affair to the convention floor an Dorn All democrats appealed to the president to re fuse the Al Cio request for cancellation of the contracts. In a Telegram sent by Ash More Friday to the president the South Carolina congressman said there is no valid Legal Prece Dent for the recent labor Union Resolution calling for such can relation of contracts with the Stevens company indulgence of the Al Cio request would jeopardize the jobs of employees of j. P. Stevens company and As you Al ready know the consequences to our military Effort in Viet Nam would be disastrous. This is the height of arro Gance in the labor Union move see contracts on Page 3a Shotgun to Force her to accompany him detectives said. Police received a complaint Early Friday from mrs. Mitch Ell s husband who stated that he left his Home for the police station after his wife did t come Home from work. Mitchell said that while on the Way to the police station he found her car parked on the Side of the Road near interstate 85. The car window was broken and a Shotgun Shell and buttons to mrs. Mitchell s dress was found on the Street police quoted Mitchell As saying. Mitchell told police that tires on his wife s car were slashed earlier in the week. How bout that let s Call sheriff Tait shades of Snuffy Smith this was the reaction at Rockingham poultry co. At 1150 Maple ave. Yesterday afternoon when company officials Learned that someone had raided their Chicken coops. Actually the raid was made on a company truck that was loaded with chickens. The Chicken thief got away with 65 pounds of chickens valued at according to police reports. 01 Snuffy must have had a pretty big Tow sack to tote off that Many chickens. The theft occurred Between and o clock yesterday afternoon. And the Rev. Hugo Lindquist of Oklahoma City raised the Issue embroiled in a whether Federal the delegates applauded when the chairman or. Wayne Dehoney ruled the item was not a proper one for the convention to consider. In one major action the con dispute Over Grants and Loans should be accepted by col Leges operated by the Conven Tion. Most of these disputes will be settled by the various state conventions none of which is bound by recommendations of the full convention. Vent inn Fri inv night cell part on All Baptist denominations of North and South America to join in a vast program of evangel i ism with each Baptist body con ducting its own program. Other highlights included j attacks on the god is dead theory that has attracted considerable Contention recently in some american theological circles. Appeal for prayers for peace in Viet Nam including abortion is still prevalent Addis Ababa Ethiopia _ advances in prayers for the . Armed birth control methods a study forces and for this country s enemies that they might be led to an honorable peace. Pledge by the convention to defend the right of religious Liberty of any religious body and a plea to Southern baptists not to accept any government v.i3ovll i of Grants or Loans which might Between Large numbers of sur affect the traditional Complete separation of Church and state. Southern baptists have been building destroyed by fire j Raleigh spectacular fire threatened an entire Block in downtown Raleigh Fri Day night before weary firemen brought it under control. The Blaze destroyed the r. E. Quinn furniture store with loss estimated by Yancey Sandlin its manager at two adjoining furniture stores Rhodes inc. And Carters inc., also suffered damage mostly smoke. Loss was Esti mated at several thousand Dol Lars. Fire chief Jack Keeter said the entire front of the ground floor of the Quinn store blew out from the heat As firemen were hooking up their first hoses. Pressure from the heat built up in the building and blew All the windows out of the front of the building Keeter said. Flames shot More than 100 feet in the air and Sparks show ered Down on the entire Block. W. A. Richbourg manager of Rhodes said the roof to his building caught fire at one Point and water leaked through dam aging a considerable amount of Stock. R. J. Carter manager of car ters said his building lost a portion of the tear Wall when the three Story East Wall of Quinn s fell. Firemen battled the Blaze with nine companies which included six pumper and Threa ladder trucks. Group for the United nations children s fund still appears to says abortion be the most widely used Means in the world today. Illegal abortions Are increasing in Many places where families feel competing pressures living children and rising Aspi rations for says the re port. Drawn up by a team headed by prof. Wiliam m. Schmidt of the Harvard school of Public health and by children s fund executive director Henry la Bouisse the report recommended the . Fund s participation in government family planning programs. It was submitted to the annual session of the fund s executive Board in Addis Ababa. Illegal abortion is a source of major declared the report. It is accompanied by a High risk of complications. The risks Are especially great for the Large numbers of poor who re sort to self induced abortion or who Are aborted by the inept and the the study group noted that in the United states nearly half the maternal deaths in Large cities Are the result of illegal abortion. Studies in Santiago Chile show one woman in every four has had at least one induced abortion. Most of these women Are married have living children and secured the abortion with the knowledge and consent of their says the re port. Australia India Korea nationalist China Canada the United states and the countries of Western Europe and South America were cited As nations where illegal abortion is prac tired More or less the report says that in a number of countries legalized abortion is the leading method of birth control although most regard the wider spread of contraceptive methods As preferable. Some other countries permit abortion for defined medical eugenic and social reasons and see abortion on Pago 3a

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