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Burlington Daily Times News (Newspaper) - September 26, 1976, Burlington, North Carolina Duke .21 ung34 elon59 Wake Forest 13 no state 31 Maryland. 42virginia 6 army .32 lock Haven .13 Kan. St.0 Mich. St31 syracuse.28 the daily time s news weather partly Cloudy today with highs in the mid to upper 80 s. Rain Likely tomorrow. Details on Page 2a. 89th year no. 65 Burlington n.c., sunday september 26, 1976 78 pages 8 sections Price 15 cents Carter blasts nuclear policy Ford Heads South sees a big upswing hirers of atomic products arid those who very cynically sat there s no Way to control the spread of nuclear capabilities a Carter s speech following an introduction by gov. Jerry Brown began a tour through Southern California that proceeds to Oregon on sunday. At the same time the democratic nominee s cadre disclosed that his Overall schedule is being Cut Back to give the candidate More rest Fords seven hour River boat cruise was the Start of a three Day journey into four Southern states ending monday in Miami a 150-mile motorcade will Lake him into Mississippi and a Corner of Alabama on sunday the excursion on the Natchez. A new metallic vessel patterned after the elegant wooden steamers that plied old Man River in the Days of Mark Twain was climaxed with a rally near the new Orleans waterfront saturday night. Ford told the gathering at Baitcher that he will fight for votes from the snowy Banks of Minnesota to the Sandy Plains of Georgia Quot that pointedly took in the Home states of both Carter and his running mate. Sen Walter f. Modale. Whom Ford described As a the biggest spender in the Senate a Ford declared at one Stop that if elected he will press for another tax reduction next year adding that a the kind of tax Reform that makes sense Quot would be coupled with a reduction in Federal spending a i believe the Federal government spends too much of your tax dollars Quot he said Ford s running mate sen. Bob Dole. Discussed Campaign strategy with former California gov. Ronald Reagan at Pacific Ballades Calif sole told reporters Reagan s Active support is important for a gop Victory in november he s very popular around the Dole said. Carter called anew in his san Diego speech for a five year. soviet agreement to halt nuclear testing for All purposes and for a voluntary meditational moratorium on the Purchase and Sale of nuclear fuel enrichment and reprocessing plants the democratic nominee had noted earlier that a highly enriched uranium can be used to produce weapons and that Quot plutonium when separated from the remainder of the spent fuel can also be used to produce nuclear you in the Eye and say hello and express our Friendship for you nov 2 is a very critical Date it makes the difference whether America is going to keep moving Forward i want your vote on that Day so american will keep moving a both Ford and Carter made defense one of the Day s principal themes perhaps with an Eye toward their upcoming debate on that topic oct 6 the president told his audience in Lutcher that a we re going to keep America no i. Period when it comes to National Security but Carter declared in a speech in san Diego calif., that the administration is offering a faint footsteps and secret diplomacy instead of bold International leadership to control the spread of nuclear weapons we have failed miserably. We Don t have any Clear policy of our own for control of reprocessing or storage of atomic waste or for the control of enrichment of uranium our nuclear proliferation policy has consisted of faint footsteps and secret diplomacy and a cons Tant yielding to the Man fac he told a crowd that lined the levee in Reserve Lathat Quot i Don t concede a single vote i m in Louisiana Mississippi Alabama and Florida to prove that we can win on nov 2 a As he cruised he told politicians and civic leaders on Board with him that he is gaining headway everywhere a it s our distinct impression that we Are on a big the president declared at Destrehan la. Ford told a Riverbank crowd a we re coming Down Here to prove that we want the South to be with us. F and to look congressional group split on spending 1977 tax Cut seen by committee s. Africa still far from peace president Ford works the crowd at Lutcher la. During cruise on the Mississippi Ford promised to contest Jimmy Carter in every state a laser photo by associated press declaring he wont concede a single state president Ford ventured lazily Down the River into Jimmy Carters native Southland on saturday while the democratic nominee throttled Back his own political showboat on a swing through the West. Ford launched the first major tour of his Campaign by climbing aboard the festooned deck of the Stern Wheeler Natchez in tiny Lutcher. La., for a 35-mile paddle Stop Jaunt along the southernmost leg of the Mississippi. Washington a the congressional joint economic committee says another tax Cut May be in order next year to pump up the Economy while republicans and democrats on the panel agreed in a midyear economic report issued saturday that further tax reduction May be needed they disagreed sharply on the role that Federal spending should play in economic recovery. The democrats headed by sen Hubert h. Humphrey chairman of the committee. Said that holding spending at current Levels would restrict economic growth. But the republicans echoing president Ford. Said spending above current Levels a would be destructive of the private sector s ability to continue creating new jobs at the High rate experienced in the past year Quot the democratic proposals on taxes were not specific and mentioned a further tax Cut Only As one possible course of action next year. On the other hand the republicans. In a summary prepared by rep Clarence Brown of Ohio urged enactment of Ford s proposed increase in personal exemptions. From the present $750 to $1,000 per person the gop went a step further in calling for tying tax rates to the Cost of living. This a a indexing plan would keep a person s taxes level even though inflation pushed him into a higher tax bracket. Campaigning along the Mississippi River on saturday Ford promised to recommend another tax Cut next january if he is elected the economic prescriptions offered by the Republican and democratic members of the committee sounded like a replay of last week s debate Between Ford and democratic presidential nominee Jimmy Carter a steady Progress toward full employment should be an urgent goal of National policy Over the next four years a said the democrats. A taking people off unemployment compensation and putting them Back to work in productive jobs is the Best anti inflation strategy i know added Humphrey. Brown. For the republicans blamed today a 7 9 per cent unemployment on the Large numbers of women and teenagers entering the labor Force the solution is not More Public Job programs As advocated by democrats but a legislation that provides employment incentive subsidies. Coupled with required training Brown said sen Jacob k. Javits of new York accused his Republican colleagues on the committee of displaying a a profound Bias. Against governmental action in any form and contended As did the democrats that the a lion can fight unemployment and inflation at the same time. The committee democrats whose party controls Congress this year and is expected to remain in control next year said the projected 4 to 5 per cent increase in economic growth for 1977 will not be sufficient to Cut unemployment. They suggested a a supportive budget meaning Federal spending at a sufficiently High level to create jobs and including a possible tax Cut. A a Federal Reserve Board monetary policy that prevents any Rise in interest rates conditions aided Kissinger Effort a news analysis Washington it apr a closely coordinated squeeze play by Secretary of state Henry a. Kissinger and South Africa s John Vorster has emerged among the chief factors that forced Rhodesia s White leaders to yield Power to the Black majority the Secretary of state and the South african prime minister also made deliberate use of several facts of life in a skillful exercise to bring about the surrender of the Independence Premier Ian Smith s regime defiantly claimed la years ago these conditions according to i s officials who travelled with Kissinger on his 12-Day peace safari through sub saharan Africa included the Ever escalating guerrilla Campaign mounted by Black rhodesian nationalists who have been armed by the russians and Are being trained by cuban instructors in neighbouring Mozambique a the Ever present likelihood that 10,000 cuban fighting troops still in Angola could intervene if any White rhodesian counter offensive made things too hot for the Zimbabwe rhodesian people s army known As Zipa a the unanimous intelligence assessment by american British South african French and moderate Black african authorities that Smith without outside help could not break through the tightening ring of forces closing in on his landlocked country this assessment was passed on to him by Vorster in the weeks and months preceding Kissinger a shuttle. A the Promise of a big International Trust fund of up to $2 billion to reconcile Black ambitions with White fears for the see conditions Page 2a threat of War not misspelled a news analysis Johannesburg. South Africa apr despite White Rhodesia s agreement to surrender Power to the country s Black majority the threat of race War in Southern Africa remains there Are Many obstacles to be faced before an Independent Black ruled Zimbabwe As Black nationalists Call Rhodesia emerges out of the breakaway British Colony. And after that there Are still the problems of Namibia or South West Africa and South Africa itself. It still is not Clear if Rhodesia s sharply divided Black nationalists can unite Long enough to accept the Power being offered them while Joshua Nkomo. Leader of a moderate faction of the african National Council is considered a Likely candidate to Lead a Black Rhodesia he has several rivals. Among them Are a Mer can educated methodist Bishop Abel Muzorewa. Who has directed the guerrilla efforts and Rev Ida Bangi is Thole head of the Anc s Zimbabwe african National Union the Anc is an umbrella organization intended to unite the various factions. Kissinger promised rhodesian prime minister Ian Smith that the guerrilla War would end. And Smith set that As one of the conditions for a capitulation by the Whites but it is not known if the guerrillas alienated from the Black political leaders will Stop their attacks while a transition government is formed the soviet Union is strongly opposed to any settlement that might put moderate pro Western Black leaders in Power in an Independent Rhodesia. Moscow is expected to push for see threat Page 2a rhodesian Leader Joshua Onomo returns from exile. See Page 3a. Laser photo arrives at Dan staffers inspect new machine times news laser is a word that Many associate Only with the world of High science but right now it is bringing you photos from All Over the world is now producing photos on the associated press wire photo new k. And the new laser photo is now in service at the Dai in times news. The laser photo replaces the old wire photo machine the difference the Reader will notice is in the Quality of reproduction since the laser photo permits a higher degree of detail. The pictures Roll off the machine one at a time and with a Glossy finish in a Quality that is almost equal to that produced in a Darkroom for the daily times see laser photo Page 2a_ commissioner questions legality of session by Karen Bachmann times news writer an executive session called by the Alamance county Board of commissioners at the end of their last regular meeting was t held for the purpose they said it was. Apparently in violation of the Law a member of the Board said saturday. At the end of the last meeting held sept. 20, commissioner . Fleming Iii requested an executive session to discuss a personnel matter when asked about the special session another commissioner. C Leonard Alcon said. A we did t discuss personnel problems. We discussed a budgetary Alcon said Fleming talked about pay raises for county employees which involves personnel but which is a budget matter. Fleming said a personnel matter was discussed but would not elaborate on the meeting asked if he talked about pay raises he said. A Well that was part of it not All of he refused to comment further. A a in a not going to discuss the meeting to you a he said Fleming shrugged off questions pertaining to the open meetings act. A you la have to ask the county attorney on that a he said. Alcon said that commissioner Jack of Kelley did bring up the possibility of initiating an affirmative action policy for county hiring practices a subject he brought up during the open session however Alcon said he Only mentioned it during the executive session Quot when we were ready to according to the open meetings Law. Which requires that meetings of governmental agencies including boards of county commissioners be open to the Public exceptions Are made for particular matters. One of those is for a negotiations Between Public employers and their employees or representatives thereof As to employment the act reads the part to which Fleming referred. A we be gotten Back into the thing of having executive Alcon said. A we got away from them for awhile. The Media demanded to know what we were talking Quot i think the Public is entitled to know what s going the Republican com missioner continued Alcon said he s questioned the Board see commissioners Page 2a i partly Cloudy 1 Emmr. U sun., sept. 1976 200 years ago a today a Bicentennial Calendar september 26, 1776 Ben Franklin Silas Deane and Arthur Lee become the first ambassadors of the United states As Congress appoints them to negotiate treaties with european nations across the state Alamance almanac society sports television said Icib 8a inside today Kurt Waldheim looks like a sure bet for another term As Secretary general of the in a. Sen. Richard Schweiker would like to concentrate on the future a. Alleged communists Are roasted i rom the ump in a Rowdy session a. Duke. Wake and Linc Are winners on the Gridiron Elon swamps Lockhaven state 59-13 in. The gloves Are Likely to come Olf the next time Jimmy Carter and Jerry Ford get together 12a

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