High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jan 14 1972, Page 5

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 14, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Tobacco income loss predicted Raleigh apr a Long Range program drafted by the North Carolina agricultural Extension service says there Are excellent opportunities for tar Heel Farmers to boost their income but warns them to Brace themselves for a lots in tobacco income. The service kicked off the program called Impact 76. At a ceremony in Raleigh thursday. It stressed development of the states natural and human resources and set a 1j76 farm income goal of $2 1 billion nearly 19 per cent above the 1970 level. Gov. Bob Scott who participated in the Kickoff ceremony along with farm and educational leaders said the new program can be significant in the states Progress because it reflects a thoroughness imagination a and much citizen Extension director George Hyatt or. Said Over 10,000 persons from throughout the state took part in drafting county programs and the Over All state program. A i am convinced that a Impact �?T76 offers the Best county by county assessment of our economic and human problems and opportunities that has Ever been made in North Carolina a said Hyatt. The program outline said there Are excellent opportunities for North Carolina Farmers to boost their income by expansion in broilers hogs forestry turkeys Cotton and most horticultural crops especially those grown for processing. It said gains also Are possible in soybeans eggs. Milk. Beef Corn and a number of other commodities. However it warned that production of flue cured tobacco is expected to be off by to per cent by 1976 As a result of foreign Competition the health Issue and a reduction in the amount of tobacco used per cigarette. A your real measures of Progress Over the next five years might be How Well our farm people adjust to such challenges As urbanization tobacco mechanization. Environmental concerns Low net profits overproduction. Changing markets Competition for labor a engineered foods and inefficient production said Hyatt. He added that opportunities still exist for operators of Small farms if they will use their labor and limited land in the intensive production of specialized commodities. Indians seek to save old building Pembroke. No. A about 50 Indian pickets marched around the oldest building on the pen broke state University Campus until dark thursday shouting a save old they were protesting plans of the school administration to tear Down the 50-year-old Structure and replace it with a modern $1.6 million arts Center. The protesting indians want the Leaky old Brick building preserved As a museum because Thev regard it As a Sam High Point Enterprise Friday january 14, 1972 5a Law against single shot vote nullified Raleigh apr a three said the statutes a deny equal Juge Federal court has ruled Protection of the Laws to the that North Carolina Laws pro voters of North hib iting single shot voting in judge j. Braxton Craven some places and setting up wrote the opinion with the con numbered seats for some Egis la t Ive districts Are Dis Currence of judge Algernon Crimin Atory and Union Stith but or and Franklin Dupree. It tonal. Said the Laws Are Dis the three judge panel issued Crimin Atory because they apply an order permanently restrain not to ethers and the state has ing the state Board of elections shown no justification for this from enforcing the Laws. They the decision came in a suit Bol of the beginning of Indian filed by 12 negroes As a class higher education in North Caro action in behalf of All Blacks in Lino North Carolina. The judge heard arguments in the care oct. La. Alex Brock executive Secretary of the elections Board said thursday he had not seen the decision and did not know whether the state would Appeal. In single shot voting a voter votes for Only one candidate in an election where More than one vacancy is to be filled such As county Board of commissioners. It is a tactic frequently used by minorities in the Hope of concentrating their vote and possibly electing at least one minority candidate. Laws thrown out by the Miere is no rational basis for judges prohibited single shot applying it to some Multi Mem voting for county and municipal Ber districts and not to officers in a number of cities their comment on single shot and counties across the state voting Saki similarly a we the numbered seat Law a think that the anti single shot plied to certain general Assem Law denied to voters in North Bly districts having More than Carolina the equal Protection of one seat. Under the Law. Each the Laws because it allows Vot seat in a District was Given a ers to single shot vote in some in a w0llld areas of Tho state while prohibiting this manner of voting in others and the state has shown specify which seat he was seek ing. In their decision the judges said the numbered seat Law a is no justification for this Dis constitutionally defective for Kemp backs it. Gov. Quayle poll puts Pat Taylor ahead Raleigh a it. Gov. Pat Taylor a Campaign manager in his race for the democratic nomination for governor said a recent poll indicates that Taylor has a Good Chance of winning in the first primary next May without a Runoff. The manager former state sen. Lindsay c. Warren jr., said this at a news conference at which he also asserted that the poll a shows that Taylor has picked up a majority of the voters who previously supported atty. Gen. Robert Morgan. At the news conference Warren produced seven former Morgan supporters who Are now in the Taylor Camp. They included former state sen. De Kemp of High Point who a was to have been morgans state Campaign manager until Morgan decided not to run for Morgan bowed out of the gubernatorial race recently. He said he would seek reelection As attorney general. Asked about Warrens statement. Morgan said he is a personally staying out of the gubernatorial he said he had urged his supporters to participate actively in the Campaign and take sides but a i have in no Way indicated to them which Way they should Morgan said his friends and supporters Are now Allied with various candidates a and in a not about to become the Taylor Headquarters said the recent poll taken by the Oliver Quayle organization showed 42 per cent of those contacted favored Taylor. Hargrove a a skipper Bowles was the Choice of 23 per cent Hugh Morton 6 per cent or. Reginald Hawkins 5 per cent and 20 per cent undecided. The former Morgan supporters who attended the news conference along with Kemp included Tony Seamon or. Of Morehead City Morrison Smith of it. Olive Tom Hampton of Durham Don Matthews of Hamilton Carl Meares of fair Bluff and Carl Renfro a member of the state Board of conservation and development from Wilson. 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