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High Point Enterprise, The (Newspaper) - July 1, 1976, High Point, North Carolina10a High Point Enterprise thursday july i 1976 male burlesque dancer shuns Complete nudity Charlotte a Shane Loren 23. A male burlesque dancer uses what he Calls a posing strap a version of the female a string. Often he will Wear a jumpsuit Over it and strip it off while dancing. Other times he appears Only in the strap. But he never dances completely nude saying. That s not the idea f burlesque he says his act at a Charlotte nightclub attracts a Tannd crowd including probably the Gays but his Best response comes from women who attend with their husbands they seem to appreciate the work that goes into the Loren defends his danc ing As an Art form. If you want to see it As something dirty vulgar Okay Bui the majority of people who watch they Sec the dance the Way the body can move. Moving takes Talent and Talent is what separates burlesque As an Art from burlesque As simply a Chance to take your clothes of Loren says he and his backup troupe of male dancers Are probably the first of this kind in Charlotte we realize it s something people Aren t accustomed to. But in Canoe trip completed by father sons Charlotte a it rained 11 of the 15 Days it took a father and his two teen aged sons to Complete a 270 mile Canoe trip Down the Catawba River from Charlotte to Charleston. . They saw a million snakes one Alligator and the mosquitoes would carry off a got the idea from the movie but we did it in the name of the said Roger Hyatt. 37. In a Telephone interview from a Charleston Motel he and Tony Hyatt 17, and Alan Hyatt. 13. Arrived in Charleston tuesday evening. When the la salts left their Hometown of Charlotte on june 15, they acknowledged they knew 4ittle about canoeing. But the father said we Are thinking about attorneys adopt Agenda nags head a North Carolina s Black lawyers have called presi Dent Ford s efforts to curtail Johnn desegregation rank As they adopted a Bicentennial Justice also in the Agenda the lawyers opposed capital punishment and called for More Black involvement in government. The 100-member association met Here last weekend but the Agenda was not released until today Charles e. Daye of Durham an associate Law professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is president of the group. Travelling Back up in the Ocean about a half mile Oft Short he said they not Only know More about canoeing but have Learned How life was in Early America the Pioneer in this country was something else. He was tougher than we arc because we grown accustomed to the gum life All of us will appreciate civilisation More alter this trip they had to Stop three times to carry the Canoe and their around dams. Hough ".vuter, High winds and Wel Rio Hes kept the trip hum being easy but they enjoyed he voyage. They Sang whistled and joked As they paddled the lather said. We Musl have seen a million dil Lerent he added alter seeing snakes for 12 or 13 Days in a Row. Uliey get old. They Don t bother you and Aren t dangerous but they were As big As my leg and ugly. We also saw an Alligator lie was floating on the water and looked just like a log. We Rode Willen 20 feet of him. 1 guess our hearts Beal faster then than at any other time during thu lost about 10 pounds sunburned and had bruised hands but Are otherwise in Good shape. Seeing Olheis As we Soo might help too. . . Acacia Lodge no. 674 stated communication business thurs., july 1 . Calvin while master . Mccrery 5 Money on your life. Nationwide has some budget priced Lite insurance plans that May save you Money Here is an important Way Lor a Young family Man to buy the big life insurance Protection he needs now. And at Low premiums he can really afford find out How you might save Money on your life Call a nationwide agent Malcolm f Bollard 1916 s a is High Point n c phone s82 7615 pas5avan7 s mom St pm i n c phone 8s? 2a15 i t Mitchell la i n Man is High n c phone ss2 6323 James c Whitley 1916 s Mam St High Point. No phone Douglas Smith 1916 s via 5 High Point n c phone 883-6329 Jerry Ife Bogle j05 n Elm is High Point n c Phung s82 3570 nationwide insurance nationwide is on your i Csc c i i sum m Homo Ofick co Lumous form 1373 ii1 ant no new York it s not unusual at All. Loren said a Good male burlesque dancer can make As much As a week in new York and As Little As a week in smaller towns. He declined to say what he was earning. Loren s Mother lives in Valdese he said he moved to Charlotte from new York to be closer to his family and because he wanted to give up Burles que. But he said an and in the paper caught his Eye and he returned to dancing under the stage name Shane Loren. Loren works during the Day As an office clerk. He declines to reveal his real name or identify the office where he works. Don t want to mix my work with my private he said. Damage suit claims Pill caused death Greensboro a a million damage suit alleges that a birth control Pill Norl Estrin led to a liver condition that caused the death last year of a former student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Named defendants Are five doctors who were practising at the student health facility while she was a student in 1972, 1973 and 1974 Parke Davis co., manufacturer of no Lestin and Eckerd drugs inc., which allegedly sold the pills to her on prescription. The suit was filed wednes Day in . District court by the estate of Janet a. Neill who died Jan 25. 1975. At the age of 25. Her parents Catherine and David Neill. Would be the beneficiaries of any award. The suit alleges that one doctor administered and the others prescribed noblest in. And that each of the five was negligent about advising miss Neill of possible reactions. Raleigh advertising Agency wins state contract Raleigh a a Raleigh advertising firm with impeccable credentials has been chosen Over 61 other companies to handle North Carolina s travel and economic development advertising programs. The firm of Mckinney Silver Rockett was chosen wednesday for a two year contract to replace Louchheim. Eng and people inc., a company whose two top officers have been indicted on charges of overfilling the state for advertising work. The state contract amounts to a year with most of it being used for Magazine advertising. George w. Little Secretary of the North Carolina department of natural and economic resources said he chose the new company on advice of a bipartisan citizen advisory com Mittee which had spent tuesday and wednesday review ing preset actions by the Best 10 firms among the 62 interested m the state contract. The advisory committee was composed representatives of the state travel Industry and Heads of the state travel and economic development programs. It chose the firm unanimously. We feel that at no other time in the history of this state has the process of selecting an advertising Agency been As open or above Board As this Little said it was the first time in two decades that the company getting the contract had t handled Campaign advertising for the incumbent governor. The in state and out of state firms made excellent presentations but there was no other firm As familiar with the objectives and needs of the state and the state travel Industry As Mckinney. Silver Little said. Because the state and the company still must work out details of the contract the committee selected Rumrill Hoyt inc. Of new York As first alternate in Case an agree ment cannot be reached. Mckinney Silver Rockett s Billings hit about million last year. The firm handled the South Carolina travel promotion from 1969 through 1975, losing the con tract when the legislature required that Only Instate firms be used. The firm has won several awards and its South Carolina program resulted in an increase in tourist spending of 55.3 per cent compared to 30.2 per cent in North Carolina Little said. Indicted monday by a grand jury in Raleigh were Jerome h. Louchheim and h. Julian eng. Louchheim in 1972 head of capital communications of North Carolina handled the Campaign of Republican gov Jim Holshouser. The Agency was Given the contract in 1973. Louchheim Farmed out some of the work to eng s Agency a com International inc. Of Coral Gables Fla last year eng closed Down his Agency and went to work for Louchheim s firm now known As Louchheim. Eng and people inc. Free estimates phone 882-0722 Marsh kitchens. Inc 5 at Pennington food Mart you have two types of beef to choose from. Addition to our full line of Choice Western beef we have a full line of Choice North Carolina beef at economical prices. Not baby beef or. Pepper 7-up limit 4 Cartons we will be open july 4th. Store hours . 8 . To 8 . Friday 8 to 9 saturday prices Good thru we Reserve the 8 to 7 sunday july 4th right to limit we will be open july 4th pork loin Cut into chops vat pork chops pork chops Center Cut la. Wafer thin la. Whole loin Back Bones Choice Western St fresh lean Steak in. Western Steak la. . Insp. Steak . Insp. Steak la. Canned 7-up-dr. Pepper it. Dew diet Pepsi i pepsis embers charcoal 10 c Diamond Compart plates 15-ct. Pack 10 Libby Vienna sausage 3 cans Libby 1 potted meat flav o Rich ice milk whole Sun Orange juice Fox Delux pizzas showboat 16-oz. Cans Bushes Pinto Beans 4 Navy Beans 4 Buckeye peas great Northern 4 fancy Sunkist Lemons cabbage onions Squash grapes yellow local White i Kraft Mayonnaise it. 89 r Peter pan Peanut butter 12-oz. Or 59 Marcal towels Large Roll . Bread 3 Long it it loaves 1. Vav crackers zetas l8 Box

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