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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 8, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 8a High Point Enterprise monday july 8, 1974 lost do noted state agencies critic the Mcinis Survey . Is worthwhile by Louis Harris the american people regard the United nations As a a a worthwhile organization but they feel it still has some Way to go before it will prove itself a really effective Force for world peace. A substantial 76 per cent of the Public agree with the characterization that the . Is a worthwhile a but the world organization receives negative Marks 47-46 per cent on a working for recently the Harris Survey conducted a comprehensive Survey of Public opinion on the United nations and found that backing for the . Has risen from its Low Point in 1970, when a majority 56 per cent gave it a negative Job rating. In a number of areas the . Is viewed As being a positive Force by the Amer a a a a Ess. Louis a by 73-14 per cent americans agree that the . A provides a forum for Arris open honest discussion Between the concept of bringing countries together to talk out differences is widely Felt to be a healthy process. A by 65-17 per cent they also feel that the . Is a helping the poor countries develop their such Aid to underdeveloped nations on the part of the . Has always been popular with the american people. A by 64-22 per cent they credit the world body with taking a positive Steps to keep peace in the Middle East and although highly controversial the . Has served As a mediating and at times occupying Force in Middle East peace making measures. A the proposition that a a today a problems require International action that Only the . Or other International agencies can take is agreed to by a lopsided 63-18 per cent. Clearly the Public would like to see such International efforts strengthened rather than weakened. A however Faith in the . Has not grown to the Point where any More than a slim 34-33 per cent plurality is prepared to say that a the . Someday will be the primary reason that a swords get turned into Quot the criticisms levelled at the . Are also substantial a by 56-29 per cent a majority of americans feels that a the . Is too much talk and too Little the Long debates which have produced neither definitive nor effective action have succeeded in downgrading the . S reputation. A the View that a the . Wastes too much . Money is also believed by 54-26 per cent. Partly this impression stems from the widely held notion that this country pays a disproportionate share of the .�?Ts operating expenses. When it was pointed out to the Cross Section that the . Share has dropped from 33 to 25 per cent a majority 52-32 per cent said they thought this was a fair amount for the . To pay. A by 43-33 per cent americans feel that the . A generally passes ineffective undoubtedly the people have in mind a number of resolutions passed by the ., which condemned or advocated action but seemingly did not have any Force or effective follow up. A two criticisms about the . Are essentially rejected by the american people. First by 39-18 per cent with a High 43 per cent undecided they do not accept the charge that a the . Is pro Arab and anti Israel a a charge stemming from claims by Israel that the . Has been unfair to that nation. A by 57-20 per cent they do not go along with the charge that a the . Generally works against the interests of the United this claim has been made by people who have opposed . Involvement in the . From the Start. Finally the Public was asked whether it wanted to see More or less of five specific . Activities a i am going to read off to you a list of activities of the United nations. For each activity Tell me if you personally would like to see the . Do More in that area do less or do about the same As its doing now. Read list a mandate for . Activity about not More less same sure solving the world food Supply problem. Setting up peace keeping forces. Solving worlds Energy problem. Helping clean up air and water pollution in the world. 67 providing Aid to developing countries it is evident from these results that the american people would like to Vest More authority and responsibility in the United nations. Yet most feel the . Must first learn to do its current Job better especially in keeping peace. The Cross Section of 1,503 households was asked a How would you rate the Job the United nations is doing in working for peace in the world a excellent pretty Good Only fair or poor a Over All rating of United nations 1974 1970 % % Good excellent positive. 46 35 Only fair poor negative. 47 56 not sure. 7 9 although improving its 1970 rating the United nations has not yet turned the Corner in terms of ultimate Public Confidence. In an Era of disenchantment with political institutions generally however the . Showing is comparatively Good. % % % % 71 7 16 6 68 5 21 6 68 7 17 8 67 7 19 7 54 15 22 9 assailant hits Forsyth Winston Salem apr a 15-year-old girl who offered to help a stranger find a lost dog was assaulted during the past weekend the Forsyth county sheriffs department revealed. Deputy . Cotton said the suspects description matched those Given by others who were purportedly attacked by a Man looking for a lost dog. Authorities would not reveal details of the assault which occurred saturday. Cotton said however that the girl received bruises when she tried to escape. According to Cotton. A group of youths returning from a Church gathering was approached by a Man who said he had lost his dog. Some of the youths agreed to help find the animal. The Man led the girl into a Patch of Woods where the attack took place he said. Since november the lost dog ruse has been used in attacks on Young girls in Cabarrus Randolph Rowan and Gaston counties authorities said. They Are not certain however that the same Man was responsible for All the incidents although the descriptions Are similar. The Man in the latest incident was described As about 5-foot-8, with a Stocky build medium length dark hair sideburns and Brown eyes. He was reported wearing a White shirt and Blue jeans. . To get $300,000 Raleigh apr North Carolina will receive a $300.-000 Grant from the National oceanic and atmospheric administration for coastal zone management programs . Commerce Secretary Frederick Dent announced. Gov. Jim Holshouser said the state department of natural and economic resources will administer the Federal Grant. Much of the Money will be passed to county governments to fund coastal management programs on the local level. The Grant was made under the coastal zone management act of 1972, a Federal act designed for National and regional cooperation in resource use and conservation on the nation s coasts and great Lake shores. A Matching provision in the Grant requires the state to provide at least one third Vanderbilt Dies at age of 76 by the associated press Cornelius Vanderbilt or. Miami Beach a Cornelius Vanderbilt jr., author and newspaper publisher and great great grandson of the new York Central railroads first president died at his Home sunday at 76 of the funds for the program. During the first year of its coastal zone management studies the state will conduct a Public information and participation program to encourage citizen involvement in coastal zone administration. The boundaries of the coastal zone will be delineated and natural areas in coastal counties will be mapped. The state will also inventory and map areas of environmental concern. Guidelines for permissible land and water use will be established. Coastal management legislation already in effect in North Carolina places the major responsibility for land use planning at the county level. The department of natural and economic resources will determine the criteria by which the Money will be distributed to local governments. Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis leaders of the two opposing sides of the civil War both hailed from the same state a Kentucky. Chew Long holding fas Teeth powder. It takes the worry we out of wearing dentures. 17 8 4 Numa f. Reid Lodge no. 344 . Amp . Stated communication Mon. July St 7 30 . Willis c. Harris master -w.p. Mcguire Secretary a now is the time to Stere those valuable Winter Coats and clothes away for the summer. Our Box and vault storage is temperature and humidity controlled for safety. 16-174 i a Frie Sloo los Rome a 1670 Inrush til. Us-1101 a new dress glittery lit try. 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For instant reservations thru Delta Matic Call Delta at 883-6187 or see your Friendly travel agent. And have a Nice trip adelta i to a term run to it a pruli�.un4 s Delta is ready when you Are Lillian woo is named to state milk Board Raleigh . A Lillian woo president of the North Carolina a Consumers Council and an outspoken critic of state regulatory agencies has been named to the state milk commission her appointment was announced sunday by gov. Jim Holshouser who also named Martin panned a Newton lawyer to the seven member commission. Mrs. Woo and Pannell each will serve until june 30. 1977. They replace w. Archie Blount of Winston Salem and George Tisdale of Asheville whose terms have expired. Mrs. Woo and Pannell will be among five members of the commission representing the Public. The others represent the milk Industry. Mrs. Woo and Pannell will be sworn in at a commission meeting tuesday in Raleigh. Mrs. Woods appointment was something of a Surprise since she is a registered Democrat and has consistently attacked the milk commission and the Industry itself. A year ago she accused the commission of being the a errand boy for Industry conspired collusion and Price she said in an interview that her appointment a does not mean that i will be Leav ing the Consumers Council. I will still be Active As a Public advocate in other mrs. Woo who holds a masters degree in economics said she believes it is time to work for changes in the Dairy Industry a from within. A we have seen in the past two years that our appearance on behalf of the Farmer annd consumer and the suggestions we have made have not been adopted in any Way. Is Cmel Quality for pick up at your door Ujj cleaning fast service Quick de service livery. I fur storage. 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