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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 24, 1976, High Point, North Carolina Weather partly Cloudy More data on Page 3a 92nd year no. 84 the High Point Enterprise Call us circulation 882-1719 classified ads ms-2177 other depts. 885-2111 High Point n. C., wednesday afternoon March 24, 1976 70 pages daily Loc. Sunday 35 High Point aids victors Carter and Reagan win by Robert Marks Enterprise associate editor voters in the Piedmont helped Ronald Reagan and Jimmy Carter to victories in the North Carolina presidential preference primary tuesday. The outcome saw president Ford suffer his first primary defeat in the Battle for the Republican presidential nomination and Alabama gov. George Wallace was swamped in losing for the second time to Carter in the Campaign for the democratic presidential nomination. The results statewide were Reagan 101,448, or 52 per cent of the vote and president Ford 88,924, or 46 per cent. In the democratic primary the results were Carter 321,059, or 54 per cent and Wallace 209,807, or 36 per cent. Reagan won Over president Ford in almost All of the states heavily populated counties. He carried Wake Durham Alamance Guilford Forsyth and Mecklenburg counties As Well As most of Eastern North Carolina. President Ford was the Winner Only in the traditionally Republican counties in the Western part of the state. Carter former governor of Georgia was Winner by a landslide Over Wallace. He carried All but 12 of the states too counties Over the Alabama governor. The vote in High Point and in Guilford county was for Reagan among the republicans and Carter among the democrats. The total vote in Guilford county was 17,731 for Carter to 9,650 for Wallace and 6,053 for Reagan to 5,635 for the president. Reagan carried both High Point and Rural Guilford but failed to win in Greensboro Over the president. The High Point vote was 1,544 for Reagan and 1,329 votes for president Ford. Reagan carried 13 of the 21 precincts in High Point in for answers to questions or help with a problem Call or write action line in care of the Enterprise. Every request is considered but please understand that the volume makes it impossible to answer or even acknowledge every one. Farmers Market opening q. Has the opening Date for the Farmers Market been set yet thanks. Or. G. A. Market manager Bill Brooks says they plan to open the saturday after easter. That puts the Date april 24. It will be open just on saturdays 7 . To noon until More produce is ready anyone interested in renting a space to sell their Home grown fruits and vegetables Flowers and plants or Home baked goods May Call the Parks and recreation department. Re action action line recently gave an address for gubernatorial candidate Edward m. O Herron in Charlotte which was we regret the address of his Mother. He May be addressed at either of the following of Herron for governor 621 Hillsborough St., 12464, Raleigh . 27605 or of Herron for governor 1111 Hawthorne Lane Charlotte . 28205. School for gifted children q. Would you please give me All the information you have about the school you have for creative children that is up in the mountains anon woman. A. Western Carolina University at Cullowhee has a summer program for Superior and gifted students who have completed grades five through ten. The dates Are june 21 july 16 the Cost is $345 which includes tuition room Board Book rental recreation and health services. Nominations must be initiated through the principal or guidance Counselor of the students school and this must be done by april i. Students with an in score of 125 or better will often qualify for the program. The Overall theme this year is a a the Progress of a those who have completed fifth Grade will study the cultural changes in America. Sixth graders will concentrate on geographic factors influencing the nations history. Seventh Grade students will study the heritage of the appalachians. For eighth graders Basic scientific skills will be emphasized in the physical science lab. The ninth Grade program focuses on developing research skills and will culminate in a project of the students Choice. Tenth graders will use research techniques to collect and evaluate data from original sources and will develop writing skills. Field trips group activities and projects and recreation Are All a part of the program. The principal of your child a school should be contacted if you Are interested or you May get in touch with Lewis e. Cloud coordinator summer program for the Superior and gifted Western Carolina University Cullowhee . 28723 Tel. 704 293-7249. Underground wiring q. I am very glad about the underground wiring on main Street. In my opinion it was Long overdue. Why can we not have this on the new Westchester drive instead of putting up those huge poles that must he 209 feet tall. It looks like this could he accomplished along with the widening and it would look too per cent better. I know this is no Earth shattering problem but it seems to be one that could at least be solved. Anon. A. A number of people have asked this same question. Bill Williams the director of the electrical division of the City said the Cost is too prohibitive 9190 per foot we heard for the wiring downtown. Eluding the Large precincts 4 and 8, and precincts 18, 19, 20 and 21, All on the Eastern Side of the City. The county precincts gave Reagan 1,826 votes to 1,467 for Ford. In Greensboro president Ford won with 2,781 votes to 2,601 for Reagan. Reagan Campaign leaders in High Point and Guilford county were exultant today. A ooh me in a tired and Happy a a said mrs. Ruby Collins High Point coordinator for the Reagan Campaign. A hard work paid mrs. Collins said she began to feel during the last week of the Campaign that Reagan was going to win. A a lot of people changed their minds. I was hoping that this would happen but i was not really in sure until the last week. I think it was because of Reagan coming Back into the state talking again to the people about the issues. They began to see and realize what he was she did not see the primary As another party struggle Between gov. James Holshouser who supported the president and sen. Jesse Helms who supported Reagan mrs. Collins said. A i was not running on that at All. I just would not want to get into that. A i think some people suggested that Reagan get out of the race because they realized this might happen a she said. A they will now have to re see Carter on 6a Reagan in la Crosse Wisconsin Carter Victory sign in St. Louis a wire photo new York Wisconsin come next a Milwaukee a Jimmy Carter declined to portray himself As a front runner today As he aimed his presidential Campaign at the new York and Wisconsin primaries april 6. The former Georgia governor fresh from an impressive Victory Over Alabama gov. George c. Wallace in tuesday s North Carolina democratic primary was asked to weigh his chances in major Northern states primaries. Quot we have some very difficult ones in the future a he said noting that rep. Morris Udall d-ariz., is predicting Victory in Wisconsin s primary and that sen. Henry Jackson d-wash., Quot has predicted a landslide in new Carter told newsmen As be arrived at a Milwaukee Airport that he cannot concentrate his campaigning in some states As much As he would like. Quot but i am going to Cut Down the margin of Udall s Victory in Wisconsin he said Quot and Cut into Jackson a concerning his having won 54 per cent of the democratic vote in North Carolina a to go Over 50 per cent with Tough opposition is very encouraging a he said. Wallace he said is not to be dismissed yet because the alabamian is accumulating convention Delegate votes. Quot of the convention should deadlock which i dearly Hope it does to he said Quot Wallace would be in a position to horse Trade for some position of Carters schedule today included a meeting with Milwaukee mayor Henry Maier a speech at Marquette University a visit to the see new York on 2a what s inside suburbs key a a a to Victory for Reagan Raleigh apr Ronald Reagan scored his upset Victory Over president Ford in the North Carolina primary by successfully contesting the president for the votes of White Collar Republican suburbanites in North Carolinas Piedmont. Georgian Jimmy Carters Victory had no such regional character. Carter vanquished Alabama gov. George c. Wallace in every Section of the state and got the votes of a majority of every major voting group in the party. Reagan As expected swamped Ford in the agricultural Eastern third of the state. The Republican voters in that area tend to be sex democrats who switched parties in the 1950s and 1960s because of their dissatisfaction with the democrats policies in civil rights and other Domestic areas. Republicans there look to sen. Jesse Helms r-., for leadership Helms was Reagan a state chairman. Reagan a margin in the Eastern counties was better than 2-to-l. Ford s stronghold was the mountainous Western third of the state which until recently harboured the bulk of the Republican vote in the state. Many Mountain Farmers owned no slaves were Loyal to the Union and gravitated to the cop too years ago. Their descendants Are led by gov. James e. Holshouser jr., Fords Southeastern coordinator. Ford carried the mountains by enough to offset Reagan a Eastern support if he had also been Able to carry the Piedmont. The Piedmont a sprawling cities a Charlotte Greensboro Winston Salem Durham and Raleigh have become the Core of North Carolina so suburbs on 6a issues important los Angeles apr Ronald Reagan triumphant after his first presidential primary Victory says his upset win in North Carolina shows Quot the issues we be been trying to talk about Are beginning to catch the former California governor accompanied by his wife Nancy was greeted late tuesday night at los Angeles International Airport by a throng of reporters and a Small group of supporters. Quot do you mind if i say once More in a delighted we re All delighted. I m very Happy with the Reagan said referring to his Surprise Victory Over president Ford Reagan who lost five primaries before scoring his Triumph tuesday in North Carolina said Quot we re going to continue. The Campaign and continue talking about the issues and i Hope As we continue we can have a discussion of he praised his supporters for not losing heart after the Early primary defeats saying Quot in the Days before this when we thought we were doing As Well As can be expected but they weren to victories in a very proud of our people our organization everybody. Quot there was no panic no one discouraged everyone stayed with it Quot Reagan said. Quot in a proud of them use Reagan on 2a North Carolina ten Mica primary results1 Ronald Reagan 52% Hon 101448 Gerald Ford 46% we 88924 no preference 2% i 3,345 Democrat i Jimmy Carter 54% Bibb 321.0591 George c. Wallace 35% we 209�?~807 Henry Jackson 4% 25,6981 Morris Udall 2% 14.122 i Fred Harris 1% 6.136 i Lloyd Bentsen 0% l,794 no preference 4% i i 22,585 j Toos of the precincts counted mrs. Peron is ousted by military Buenos Aires Argentina a the armed forces overthrew president Isabel Peron Early today flew her under arrest to the Interior of the country and immediately began sweeping away traces of Peronis and left Wing political organizations. The coup left Only two of South americans major countries under civilian Rule. Heavily armed troops stormed the Headquarters of the communist party three blocks from the National Congress building and arrested three persons one apparently wounded by gunfire party sources said the new military rulers suspended All political activity in the country. One of their first acts was to freeze the Charity fund from which mrs. Peron was accused of writing personal checks. The coup came just after Midnight moving with smooth precision and without bloodshed a number of other arrests were known to have been made but few details were Given. In Early communiques the new government said former presidential Secretary Julio Gonzales and other deposed officials were under arrest and charged with criminal acts. There were no details on the whereabouts of mrs. Peron. A terse statement in the predawn hours said Only that she had been taken under custody to a site in the provinces and that her personal Security was guaranteed. Military sources said she was held at Al Mesidor a Mountain residence maintained by the air Force in the Andes 900 Miles South of Here. It is a Swiss style chalet surrounded by gardens in a Mountain setting the military takeover which had been expected for months ended 21 chaotic months in office for the Western hemispheres first woman head of government a communique broadcast Over the National radio said the army commander Gen. Jorge r. Videla 50, was heading the Junta. Other members Are the Navy commander . Emilio Massera and the air Force chief Gen. Orlando r. Agosti. Isabel Peron Gen. Jorge r. Videla amusements. ,.10-11a Bridge. Id classified ads .6-11a comics. .4d crossword. Id editorials. 4a financial. 2a obituaries. 2d sports. .1-5c television. A women s news. Sec. B weather. A Montgomery Dies at 88 Montgomery Kington England apr Field marshal Viscount Montgomery Britain s top Field commander in world War ii and considered by Many the greatest British military Leader since the Duke of Wellington died Early today after Many months of failing health. At 88, Montgomery was one of the last surviving commanders of the War against nazi Germany and not Many of the others escaped his biting criticism. He died at his Home in this Hampshire county Hamlet 50 Miles Southwest of London. The defense ministry said because Montgomery was a Knight of the Garter his funeral will be held in St. Georges Chapel in Windsor Castle with full military honors. The Date was not immediately announced. The cause of death also was not announced. But Montgomery had been confined to his bed for some time and his son David said last weekend a the is an old Man and he a very a Peppery austere Soldier who carried a Bible on his campaigns and neither drank smoked nor used profanity Montgomery turned the tide of the nazi Advance with his Victory in 1942 Over Field marshal Erwin Rommel at Al Alamein in the egyptian desert. He followed this with a 2,000-mile sweep to Tunis which in three months drove the germans and italians from North Africa. Gen. Dwight d. Eisenhower the supreme Allied commander had his disagreements with Montgomery but still praised him As a one of the greatest soldiers of the War. A figure who will live always not Only in British but in world history Eisenhower got harsher treatment from the Man he called Quot dear in memoirs published in 1968, Montgomery criticized Eisenhower a leadership in the closing phases of the War and in the postwar period

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