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Burlington Times News (Newspaper) - June 3, 1990, Burlington, North Carolina Weather red Baron says Cloudy today High in upper 80s. Chance of rain 40%/a2 sports _ a of brother in Law David Waggoner leads brother in Law David Braxton by five strokes in the county Amateur by Region 1930s relic Hoover carts were poor folks Only transportation a i Index St t your fro Odom newspaper accent a i business/e3 class he health Al movies/c7 obits/c2 opinion/a4 police/c2 puzzles/h4 Region cd schools/e4 sports by times news sunday june 3, 1990 Burlington . 250 daily 1750 sunday Easley Gantt rummage state for votes by Ruth Sheehan Raleigh Bureau Mike Easley Raleigh from Asheville to Elizabeth City the two democrats vying for the Opportunity to Challenge sen. Jesse Helms in november Are crisscrossing the state in search of votes. At a rally for affordable housing in Raleigh on saturday Brunswick county District attorney Mike Easley told 150 homeless people he would work not Only to get them housing but health care substance abuse treatment work training and child care. A i know Many cannot vote because they have no residency but i see your faces and i hear your voices and just because you May not be Able to vote does no to mean that Mike Easley can to care a he said. A i do care and ill take your voices to Gantt told a predominantly Black audience of about 75 people at a Community building in Winton that Many people had questioned his a you know what electable Means a Gantt asked. A it Means can this candidate get enough votes with the deep pan in be got to beat Jesse Helms this is North Carolina at every Campaign Stop the candidates struck similar by now familiar a working family chords. Easley served up a heaping helping of his a breakfast table issues a issues that concern the states working Folk such As education the end comment health care and Day care. Gantt reiterated time and again his slogan a working hard for hard working the themes apparently were ones North carolinians wanted to hear More of they gave Gantt 38 percent of the first primary vote and earned Easley 30 percent. But what worked in the first primary poses a problem for the second to be held june 5. Its a problem Many Runoff opponents face How to attract voters to one Camp when please see votes/a2 Harvey Gantt tar heels signify anti abortion woes the associated press Charlotte two North carolinians find themselves at the heart of a turning Point in the movement of a Christian Anit abortion group that burst onto the National scene about two years ago. Joe Washburn spends his Days in an Atlanta jail cell with an Iron bunk a sink and the babble of a television Down the Hall. Washburn 22, was once the assistant manager of a Charlotte record store. He sees himself now As a political prisoner sentenced to jail for a year on a charge of trespassing in a City Bent on defending abortion. Washburn is a supporter of operation Rescue the anti abortion group whose tactics include human blockades of abortion clinic doors. The Rev. Joseph Foreman a presbyterian minister from Montreat was arrested two weeks ago and began serving what could be More than a year in an Atlanta jail. He also faces criminal trespass charges from 1988. Foreman recently resigned As operation rescues National Field director. He split with operation Rescue founder Randall Terry when Terry paid a Fine earlier this year and left Atlanta after spending about four months in jail. A the took a stand then realized what the Cost would be a Foreman told the Charlotte observer. Foreman says that barring some family emergency he will not pay a Fine nor Stop blockading abortion clinics when he is released. Washburn though not a prominent National Leader in the movement takes the same stand. But one problem for operation Rescue is that relatively few of its followers Many of them Middle class christians a feel Able or willing to pay such a Price. And that Isnit All. In May the . Supreme court issued two rulings damaging to the anti abortion group. The first upheld a Georgia state court injunction against protests within 50 feet of abortion clinics. The second upheld a Federal court order from new York Banning human blockades of abortion clinic doors. Operation Rescue faces hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines for earlier violations of that order. Charlotte Brody a Charlotte abortion rights activist said she believes operation Rescue a had its moment a Public hearing May be largely without Public by Alex Martin times news Graham a Alamance county commissioners hold a Public hearing on the budget monday but the county May hear More from the commissioners than from the Public. County manager Robert Smith said Friday no one has contacted his office about speaking at the hearing not from county agencies whose funding hangs in the balance and not from the Public at Large. Smith said he expects the commissioners to vote on the budget. The five commissioners have been staking out their positions for weeks in preparation for the meeting. Two weeks ago Smith presented a proposed $40,888,019 budget that would raise the tax rate currently 50 cents per $100 valuation by 6 cents. In a 3-2 vote commissioners passed a motion asking Smith to come Back with a budget that would raise taxes by 4 cents instead of 6. . A a Junior Teague and Cary Allred voted against the motion. Teague said he supported a 3-cent increase and Allred said he thinks the county can fund its operations with no increase at All. Larry Sharpe who on May 16 voted with Joe Barbour and Frank Bennett for the 4-cent increase said last week he now believes a 53-cent rate will be sufficient Sharpe said the county could come up with additional Money by improving its tax collection rate. Allred wants to reduce the county managers budget by reducing funding proposed for schools Burlington / Alamance municipal Airport Alamance Community College pay raises for county employees and ced Arock Park. The county could also save Money by doing its own property revaluation instead of hiring a consultant he said. The meeting will be at to . In the Board room of the county office building in Graham. The associated press the Bushes and Gorbachev arrived at Camp David md., by helicopter saturday morning. Leaders discuss world affairs by Tom Raum the associated press Ashington Summit in Camp David my. President Bush and soviet Leader Mikhail Gorbachev took the Opportunity a to lean backs saturday and reflect on a year of dramatic International upheaval. Bush a spokesman said the leaders skirted two of the toughest issues that Divide them Germany and Lithuania. The final full Day of their Summit moved from the formal splendor of the White House to the rustic Mountainside where the presidents took off their ties for relaxed talks. The first ladies Riding together in their own helicopter joined the men at the 143-acre presidential compound. On a Brilliant sunny Day Gorbachev and his wife strolled paths that lace the compound and stopped to pitch horseshoes. After several Days debate on questions involving arms economics Europe and the Baltic secession drives the Bush Gorbachev Agenda involved discussion of less contentious regional issues including Nicaragua the Afghanistan Cambodia Cuba Al Salvador India Pakistan and the Middle East Bush told Gorbachev that Castro was swimming against the tide of democracy according to spokesman Marlin Fitzwater. Gorbachev a spokesman Arkady Maslennikov said there were a not any formal agreements on the regional issues. A the two presidents discussed the problems of anti semitism and agreed to speak out against prejudice and any trends toward antisemitism a said Fitzwater. Growing incidents of antisemitism have cropped up across the world and raised fears in the soviet Union and Europe. Fitzwater said the leaders had decided that the German question should be pursued by their top diplomatic aides in talks next week. He said it was not anticipated it would be discussed further by Bush and Gorbachev though it was sure to come up in a concluding news conference late sunday morning. Please see Summit/a2 spam cooking in Minneapolis by Melissa Jordan the associated press Minneapolis soviet president Mikhail s. Gorbachev has discussed chemical weapons nuclear arms and Trade. Now its time to talk about something really important spam. Among the 145 business and farm leaders invited to meet with Gorbachev in Minneapolis on sunday is Richard l. Knowlton of Geo. A Hormel amp co., maker of the canned meat. A a we la talk about spam a Knowlton said Friday. Knowlton and others on the list Hope to scout new markets and to offer the soviets advice on Market Economy. Actor Rex Harrison 82, Dies Rex Harrison a films 1930-1978 by Larry Mcshane the associated press Rex Harrison 1908-1990 new York Oscar winning actor sir Rex Harrison who taught the Kings English in a my fair lady and talked to animals As the lovable or. Dolittle during a 66-year career died in his sleep saturday. He was 82. The actor a stage and screen Star in the United states and his native England died of pancreatic cancer at his Manhattan Home said his attorney Harold Schiff. A to watch him and to work with him was a Joyful experience a said Julie Andrews who played Eliza Doolittle to Harrison a professor Henry Higgins in a my fair lady on Broadway for three years. A i doubt there was anyone before like him the theater has lost an extraordinary Harrison won a Tony award for his Broadway portrayal of Higgins and earned a Best actor Academy award for his screen version opposite Audrey Hepburn. A the was the essence of a great actor a fabulous technician he had a wonderful sense of humor fabulous diction a miss Hepburn said. A the was the personification of a Superb actor the quintessential actor. He was always thoughtful and helpful and please see Harrison/a2 the associated press Quot the great game Quot 1930 Quot the school for scandal Quot 1930 Quot All at sea Quot 1934 Quot get your Man Quot 1934 Quot leave it to Blanche Quot 1935 Quot men Are not gods Quot 1936 a storm in a Teacup Quot 1937 a school for husbands Quot 1937 Quot St. Martin s Lane Quot 1938 Quot the Citadel Quot 1938 a Over the Moon Quot 1939 Quot the silent Battle Quot 1939 Quot ten Days in Paris Quot 1939 a night train to Munich Quot 1940 Quot major Barbara 1940 Quot i live in Grosvenor Square 1945 Quot Blithe spirit Quot 1945 a the Rake s Progress 1946 Quot Anna and the King of Siam Quot 1946 Quot the ghost and mrs. Muir Quot 1947 a the foxes of Harrow Quot 1947 Quot Unfaithfully yours Quot 1948 Quot escape Quot 1948 Quot the Long dark Hall 1951 Quot the four poster 1952 a King Richard and the crusaders Quot 1954 Quot the constant husband Quot 1955 Quot the reluctant Debutante Quot 1958 Quot Midnight lace Quot 1960 Quot the Happy thieves 1962 Quot Cleopatra 1962 Quot my fair lady 1964 Quot the yellow Rolls Royce Quot 1964 Quot the agony and the ecstasy 1965 Quot the Honey pot 1967 Quot doctor Dolittle Quot 1967 Quot a Flea in her ear Quot 1968 Quot staircase Quot 1969 Quot Don Quixote Quot 1972, to Quot the Prince and the pauper Quot 1977 Quot the fifth musketeer Quot 1977 a a Ashanti 1978 Quot Shalimar 1978

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