High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 24 1972, Page 9

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 24, 1972, High Point, North Carolina 10a High Point Enterprise wednesday May 24, 1972 Arkansas Mcclellan facing stiff fight for position 5-3 by Robert Shaw businessman who ran poorly in associated press writer two previous Senate Cam Little Rock. Ark. A pains. Sen. John l. Mcclellan paused Republican Wayne Babbitt of outside the tavern. A supporter North Little Rock a Veter showing election year caution icarian and former head of the suggested a you can to go in Little Rock office of the but Mcclellan stalked ing and Urban development on in. Department will take on the he Shook hands with startled democratic nominee in the no mortar concept of Prosperity drinkers and the bartender vember general election. Mcclellan says a was we asked for their help shoved Mcclellan a opponents Hope build we grow As we grow we Campaign cards in their Palms to deny him a majority in the and headed out and on Down primary and Force a Runoff. In-1 the senator s last big race the Street. Cum Bents have traditionally was 18 years ago when he is facing his most serious Chal lost in Arkansas runoffs. Caped a Runoff with former Lenge to re election since 1954. J the senator is running As the gov. Sid Mcmath by taking 51 Boswell and Pryor say that Mcclellan demonstrated an insensitivity to human needs and pursued wrong priorities by voting against social Security veterans benefits education Aid for needy children and tax Reform while holding a a steel and Concrete and Brick and Democrat Mcclellan a Veteran Senate s no. I crime fighter As of 30 years in the Senate is an architect of the $1.2 billion searching every Niche of the project that turned the a state for votes. Kansas River into a navigable Mcclellan 76. Is opposed in waterway As a repository of the May 30 primary by three seniority and influence that can term rep. David Pryor 37, obtain More for the state in who is giving up a a Safe Quot South years to come. Per cent of the vote. Mcclellan says he does not View this years Challenge As serious As the one in 1954. But he is running hard. A a that a the Only Way i know How to campaigns he said. On a recent Day in Altheimer pm business Mirror will Good education bring Security Arkansas congressional seat but his critics question a farming town of 1.103 in the ted Boswell 39. Of Bryant whether the seniority pays the Arkansas River Delta near Little Rock a lawyer who dividends he claims. Mcclellan pumped hands with vaulted to political prominence a the people Are very tired of literally everyone in a brisk with a surprising third place being first in seniority first in walk Down the three Block Busi finish in the 1968 democratic Power first in influence and gubernatorial Campaign and last in everything else a Pryor Foster Johnson a Little Rock says. Light of history tar Heel museums gain accreditation by h. G. Jones director Den became director of the . Dept. Of apartment and particularly after archives end history 1945 when mrs. Joye e. Jordan Raleigh a the North became head of the division of Carolina museum of history in museums. Mrs. Jordan remains Raleigh and subsidiary my head of the division of historic Seums at eight state historic sies a Quot a museums which and Sites have been accredited Fol ministers the museum of his lowing a study by professional Ory and the state historic Sites representatives of the amen in addition to two floors of can association of museums. Public exhibits and a third to accreditation certifies that opened late this Yea the the museums a have undergone museum carries on a Broad the rigorous professional sex pro8ram of acquisition Restora lamination established by the a on and preservation of some american association of my museum items Only Seums through the completion about to per cent of which Are of the detailed written ques on display at any one time. Tile Tion Naire and the study of my a exhibited items Are available Seum operations by a visiting Lar study by researchers committee of the Aam accredit continuing education prolate the onsite pram provides guide service to inspections were conducted in groups background april by or. Edward p. Alex study for the collections and Ander. University of Delaware leadership for the tar Heel or. Alfred k. Guthe. University Stor an association. Of Tennessee Bruce m. King. &Quot.ho,e Ranse of North Georgia historical commis a history is encompassed by Sion and Elbert Hilliard. Mis the museum s programs Sis Sippi department of a the subsidiary museums chives and history. Us a v called vl5lto.r Ceney .7 _. ,. ,. At historic Sites contain exhibits or. Alexander a leading Fig Audi visual presentations Ute in the museums profession Tai to that to particular and chairman of the visiting a therefore Spe committee. Wrote Quot the com a by in Ute considers the museum the a am m contained and its subsidiaries we i organs j f both lengths and ired Well housed and following weaknesses. Among the Deli sound professional procedures cd Piej no cd in North car0. In collecting conserving exp in Jna a a a salaries in com ing and interpreting the Sites. Jjon a h of museums pr0. Buildings and objects of state generally. Inadequate cute historical importance rave in funds4and the High approved museums Short of exhibition space outside of Raleigh Are at the and i facilities in following slate historic Sites Raleigh a i n Battleground. Ness Section including the tavern. A Titi vote for you you be been in there a Long time building Arkansas a said an old Man sitting on a Bench. Music to Mcclellan Sears. Mcclellan a Campaign seems designed to exude vigor and gusto a rejoinder to claims i us amp Heo at his Pla amp Sosis so he a amp Dep a amusement take that he should be retired for his age if not for his record. Swinging his arms and snapping his fingers on a Campaign trek Mcclellan remarks a a campaigning wonderful i love a clutch of supporters complains Good Nat redly that he set too fast a Pace. His Campaign slogan a car Kansas Strong voice Speaks both to the physical image he wants to project and to seniority. By John Cunniff a business analyst new York apr go to College son get a Good education and you la always have a Good that counsel has been Given to millions of Young americans. The Assumption is made that a Good education equals a Good White Collar Job and Security while a poor education Means much less pay in a Blue Collar Job and a much greater likelihood of unemployment. Shrewd observers of employment trends now realize that while this is often so it Isnit necessarily so. Blue Collar workers Are capable of making a a big Money while some professionals Are without jobs. Moreover As Mobile americans seek to scramble up the ladder via education the Competition for professional and technical jobs might grow stiffer perhaps even leaving less Competition for More menial jobs. In the three years from february 1969 to february 1972, according to the labor department regional office Here unemployment among professional and technical workers Rose far More rapidly than among All workers. It Isnit that the opportunities Arentt opening up it says. The real explanation is that each year there Are Many More people trained for these jobs making it possible for employers to be choosy. The labor department cites figures which indicate that during the 1970s some 10.5 million persons will be seeking jobs typically held by College grads. However the growth of Job opportunities for them will total Only 10.4 million. This close balance Between Supply and demand it is expected will probably produce a Job Market heavily in the favor of employers. Suppose the applicant is successful. What then is Likely to be the determining Factor in continued upward mobility or advancement according to a University of Michigan professor it could be a stable marriage. John e. Tropman social work professor measured the advancement of 6,000 males Between the Ages 45 and 54. The men who progressed the furthest he found were those who had remained married to their first wives. The second most successful group was those who had remarried. And far behind he says were the men who had been divorced separated or who had become widowers. Ran Roi storage everyday excellence. Is our goal. Let us prove to you that there really is a difference in dry cleaning. We clean til noon saturdays Oki to amt-1 my service John Crowder s Star gleaners open Mon. Thru sat. 723 s. Main St. Ii danger Man working in without shatter resistant lenses of Chalco. Any time you use tool you heighten the risk of Eye injury a unless you re also using Eye Protection. The Impact of a flying object can smash a Lens cause serious injury cause blindness. Just about anybody who wean glasses can have them fitted with toughened shatter resistant lenses. What makes lenses shatter resistant a heat treating process that adds amazing strength. We recommend it highly. The Cost is negligible. Westchester mall phone 883-4315 Alamance Charles b. Aycock Birthplace. Historic Bath. Brunswick town. Fort Fisher. James k. Polk Birthplace. Town Creek Indian Mound and Zebulon b. Vance Birthplace. The North Carolina museum of history had its beginning in the 19th Century As a part of the state museum. Early in the 20th Century its historical portion was transferred to the North Carolina historical commission after 1943 the state department of archives and history. Under the leadership of r. D. W. Connor Secretary of the commission and Fred a. Olds head of what was then called the a shall of history a the collection grew. 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