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High Point Enterprise, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1976, High Point, North CarolinaCivil rights leaders object busing end after 5 years proposed by Margaret Gentry associated press writer Washington a civil rights leaders say they will fight a Ford administration proposal that would Force an end to court ordered busing after five years in some cities. We Are against said Clarence Mitchell head the Washington office of the a act. There is no reasonable basis for any such said Joseph Lauh chairman of the leadership conference on civil rights. In interviews wednesday they discussed their objections to the plan atty. Gen. Edward Levi had outlined at a news conference earlier in the Day. Levi said legislation being drafted at the Justice department does have a provision that busing Der certain circumstances be ordered for a three year period that it can then be continued for two additional years. Then if the orders of court Over that period have been carried out in Good Faith the Assumption is that busing would not any longer be required except in extraordinary both Mitchell and Rauh said they believe the plan has Little if any Chance of Winn ing congressional approval. My reaction is that this legislation in t going to pass. The administration knows it s not going to Rauh said. For them to Send up the proposal is an incitement to people to violate court Levi said he has no doubt that legislation limiting Cour lorded busing would be constitutional we Are certainly not going to propose anything we have any feeling would be he asserted. Disputing Levi s claim Mitchell declared i am absolutely sure we could make a successful Challenge on the Levi said the proposed legislation would treat bus ing As a last resort tool of desegregation to be used Only for a transitional period rather than permanently. He noted that desegregation orders usually include Boundary changes voluntary student transfers and other remedies in combination with busing. Those other remedies plus Progress in integrated hous ing Over a five year period should make it possible to end busing without returning to segregated schools he suggested. At any rate he contended the courts should not be involved in trying to Correct segregation caused by nor Mal concentration of racial and ethnic groups in Par retarded Man May face trial in two murders Winston Salem a a 44-year-old win Ston Salem Man May have to stand trial on two counts of first degree murder even though he has the mind of a six year old. Superior court judge Julius a. Rousseau continued deliberation wednesday on the contradictory findings of two groups of psychiatrists in the competency hearing of Charles Griffin. Griffin is charged with kill ing or. And mrs. Clemon White of Winston Salem last january. Bodies were found buried in separate areas of a local Park Griffin s in. According to tests results is Between 50 and 70 and psychologists say he May also suffer from a brain disorder that severely limits his memory and understanding of events. A judge must determine if Griffin can understand the nature of proceedings against him it he stands trial because state Law says a defendant can not be tried if lie is incapable of under standing his Case and assisting in his defense. Such a person May be involuntary in committed to a state men Tal Hospital. Rousseau was confronted with differing opinions on Griffin s mental abilities in a hearing monday. Mental tests for Griffin had previously been at Bowman Gray school of Medicine in Winston Salem. Or. Frank Wood a Neuron psychologist at the school said Griffin had great Dif Timulty recalling what he had for breakfast the morn ing he was tested. Part of Griffin s brain shows signs of malfunction. Wood said and if he committed a crime he could probably recall no More than Flash images of the event. However or. James Groce a psychiatrist at Dorothea Dix Hospital said tests show that Griffin under stands the nature of his Legal proceedings. The state claimed monday thai Griffin might have faked the tests. But Wood said fakery would not explain How Griffin shows a malfunction on Only one area of the brain. Two seeking . House Post the weather Illonal i ainu suvic1 us dip of warm and wet it was warm and wet in North Carolina today. And the same thing was True for Hie triad area. Area forecasts Call Lor mostly Cloudy skies with a Chance of mainly afternoon evening showers and today and forecast North Carolina scattered showers and thundershowers across the state through Friday mainly during the afternoon and evening hours. High temperatures mainly 80s with some 70s mountains. Lows mostly 60s. South Carolina mostly Cloudy and warm Wilh scattered showers and thunderstorms mainly Inland today and tonight. Friday partly Cloudy with Chance of thundershowers. High both Days in the 80s. Low tonight 60s Northwest and 70s elsewhere. A nday Ilig is Lor both Days should be in inc mid 80s. Lows tonight Are expected to Range in the upper 60s. Chance of ram decreases to 30 per cent tonight and climbs 10 50 per Cen for in. Teml Kra Tures 24 hours ending 7 . Est Oxford a state rep. William Watkins of Oxford says he would rather not divulge How Many commitments of support he has received from Oiher representatives in his bid to become speaker of the North Carolina House. Watkins also said in a Telephone interview wednes Day he would not comment on a newspaper report that his opponent Gastonia rep. Carl Stewart has received just under 80 election of a speaker re quires 61 votes in the House. Stewart was quoted in the Gastonia Gazette s tuesday edition As saying he had a commanding Lead in commitments. One of his chief supporters. Gastonia rep. David Bumgardner. Was quoted As saying the speaker ship is practically won. However you take nothing for there s apparently some committed to both of Watkins said. Stewart and Bumgardner said they could lose Many of their supporters if this year s elections result in a Large legislative turnover. Therefore they said the support of nominees has been enlisted As Well As that of incumbents. Watkins said he also talked with some of the but declined to specify a number or to name individuals. Watkins said is not particularly concerned about the elections and Possi ble defeat of his supporters because he is unable to keep up with what is happening in each incumbent speaker Jimmy Green is vacating the Post in order to run for lieutenant governor. Titular neighbourhoods. Rauh said this theory would Force Black parents to prove segregation has existed As a matter of official policy at every school within a District before they could win a desegregation order. Lawyer to be Given hearing Charlotte a Ronald Williams. Charlotte lawyer is to be Given a hear ing by the North Carolina state bar for challenging the ban on advertising by lawyers. Williams 38. Was notified wednesday that a three member panel will consider at a Date to be arranged charges that he violated the state bar s code of ethics by advertising for work. Williams ran a one Inch classified and in the Charlotte observer for four Days last february it said his fee for uncontested divorces was s100 plus in court costs. He has already challenged the advertising ban in a Federal lawsuit As have other lawyers around the country. Williams claims the ban is a violation of free speech and an unlawful restraint of Trade. He said he expects the Issue will eventually be resolved by the supreme court he also said he had expected the stale bar to launch disciplinary action against him alter lie advertised. Higher prices Gas shortage foreseen Raleigh a higher prices and some gasoline shortages Are in store for North carolinians this summer of the Gover nor s Energy panel has predicted. Q the shortages and High prices will be caused by High consumption which is tied to recovery of the Economy and tourist travel he said. The Bicentennial summer Means More people going More people John j. Tolson said. We foresee a possible gasoline Supply situation during the rest of this summer where on occasions in . We could have he said. The shortages won t be As bad As the gasoline shortage in the Winter of 1973 which was blamed on the Arab Oil embargo Tolson said. For the most part shortages will last Only a few Days and be in Urban areas he said. Nationally gasoline consumption rates reached a record level in the first three months of this year the Federal Energy administration reported wednesday. Office opening Little Rock. Ark. A the Arkansas Industrial development commission is opening an office called Arkansas overseas june 15 in Brussels. Belgium to encourage european Industry to locate in the state. High i mini Enterprise thursday june 17, 1976 3a striking nurses not protected Raleigh bus county Hospital nurses Whf went on strike for two weeks in april were not protected by Federal labor Laws a regional office of the National labor relations Board Norb has ruled. The Columbus county nurses had unionized last year. While the nurses can still maintain their Union association they won t have Protection of Federal Law. Said Joan Reid executive director of the North Carolina nurses association in Raleigh. The nurses had struck for improved working conditions. Believing they were protected by the National labor relations act of 1975 which allowed health workers to organize they applied to the Winston Salem lab office to Issue a complaint against the Hospital charging it with violating certain parts of the act. Reed Johnston regional Norb director said a com plaint could not be filed against the Columbus county Hospital because it is a political subdivision of the slate and is administered by individuals who Are responsible to Public officials who Are in turn responsible to the general electorate. As a result the Hospital does t fall within the definition of employer within the meaning of the National labor relations he said. add a fad Are you sitting on hard add a pad is not a Loose Cushion that slide and move from under you. It s o permanently attached Cus Hion using poly foam covered with Nylon fabric Licien for Church furniture. Add a pad can be without interruption o Church the fab in Comei in a Choice of Many Colon i b . Til 5 p m Toun Pihrt night by Appo Momeni Friday the Vernon equipment company inc. 312 new St. Phone 885-4615 ship prototype perhaps the first vessel powered by twin screw propellers similar to those thai drive modern ships was the Little a Steamboat invented by Cal. John Stevens that chugged i my new York to Hoboken in 1804. Calvary Temple Baptist Church 1029 Blair St. Thomasville is honouring one of god s great men Rev. Clarence Jenkins. Brother Jenkins was pastor of Oak Hill Baptist Church Here in Thomasville for a number of years. He is disabled now to pastor so Calvary Temple has set sunday june 20, at . As 1he time that we will Honor this great Man. He will be bringing the message for morning worship. Rev. Clarence Jenkins i look to us for Auto insurance Well Loui oui . Loru n Fulu Well our f of keep i j1 iiiu1-. Wilh Plimpt i i Multi Cai disc Unis i disc Jilius and apply in film. Edit Ranies we re Wilh you Lor it Lonj ride. 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