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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 29, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Weather partly Cloudy warm More data on Page 5a the High Point Enterprise Call us circulation. 8821719 classified ads 885-2177 other depts. 885-216190th year no. 149 High Point n. C., wednesday afternoon May 29, 1974 pages daily 10c, sunday 25c outspoken 2-to-i margin senator Defeated by Don Waters associated press writer Washington a James William Fulbright an International minded senator from insular Arkansas devoted much of his now ending legislative career to foreign affairs and did not hesitate to let his views be known. Three presidents a democrats John f. Kennedy and Lyndon b Johnson and Republican Richard m Nixon a Felt the sting of criticism he delivered As chairman of the Senate foreign relations committee for an unprecedented 15 years. Fulbright 69, became a lame Duck tuesday when gov. Dale bumpers Defeated him soundly in the Arkansas Senate primary. His Likely successor As committee chairman will be 74-year-old John j. Sparkman d Ai a., a consistent supporter of Nixon administration military budgets and a Backer of foreign Aid since the Truman Days. Fulbright a relations with american presidents were More tempestuous. Truman dismissed Fulbright As an a overeducated Oxford when the thence outspoken on 2a bumpers dumps sen. Fulbright by Don Mcleod a political writer fast rising political newcomer Dale bumpers ran away with the Arkansas democratic senatorial nomination and ended the 30-Yea r career of j. W. Fulbright. One of the leading Powers in american foreign policy. The two term Arkansas governor ran up almost a 2-to-1 Victory margin tuesday Over Fulbright who has been chairman of the powerful Senate foreign relations committee for 15 years. At the same time 73-year-old Wayne Morse was winning the democratic senatorial nomination for a political comeback in Oregon. Morse who like Fulbright was a leading Senate critic of . Vietnam policy will meet sen. Robert Packwood in the fall. Packwood who ousted Morse after 24 years in the Senate in 1968. Was unopposed for the Republican nomination. In Kentucky another of the democratic new faces gov. Wendell Ford won the party a nomination to Challenge Republican sen. Marlow Fulbright bows his head As he concedes a wire photo Cook in november. Both scored easy victories Over Token primary opposition. Just four years ago bumpers was a school Board member and City attorney in Charleston Ark., a town of 1,500. But in 1970 he upset former six term gov. Orval e. Faubus in the democratic primary and went on to oust incumbent Republican gov. Winthrop Rockefeller. He won re election in 1972. Both Fulbright and bumpers said they were sur prised at the size of bumpers win. Bumpers 48. Had called for new leadership in Washington to Deal with problems such As inflation Energy Federal spending and Post watergate political clean up. Fulbright stressed his seniority and experience but at 69 said he would a cheerfully accept retirement if that was the voters verdict. With 2.626 of the states 2.-786 precincts reporting bumpers had 345,801 votes or 65 per cent to Fulbright a 187,718, or 35 per cent. Morse who was voted out at the height of his anti Middle East bumpers and daughter Brooke Early today after win a wire photo Vietnam War Effort used the related theme of usurpation of constitutional Power by the president but said a the numbers of us opposed to it Are with 1.647 of the 2.514 Oregon precincts reporting Morse had 89,211 votes or 49.2 per cent compared to 71,604, or 39.5 per cent for his chief opponent in the four Way race state Senate president Jason Boe. In the a Kansas democratic gubernatorial primary former rep. David h. Pryor 39. Of Little Rock held a Bare majority of 51 per cent. Faubus was in second place with 33 per cent followed by it. Gov. Bob Riley. Pryor must stay above 50 per cent to avoid a Runoff. In the Oregon gubernatorial race state sen. Vic 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. Marriage information q. I would like to know first if there is any state in which a 16 a year a old girl and a 17 year old boy can get married without a Parent s signature if so How Long must you be in the state and How Long must you have your marriage License what about if the girl is pregnant i want to know first if the girl in t pregnant and second if she is where can they get married without a parents signature thank you. P. S. This is urgent because if i am pregnant i need to know fast please try to print this answer soon. I would give my address but my parents might find out. A. Your parents will find out anyway so it would be much better to talk Over the whole business with them whatever your condition. If you Arentt pregnant and Are under 18, you would need their consent to a marriage if you Are pregnant and under the age minimum you would also need a written statement of a doctor. Paul Craven who issues marriage licenses at the county tax office can advise you of the states requirements which Are generally the same everywhere. It s in your diet q. Would you Tell me what effect cholesterol has on a person that has hypotension and name some of the sources of cholesterol k. E. A. What effect any substance has on a person with a certain condition is an individual matter so you a have to ask your own doctor to answer the question As it pertains to you. There is a wide fluctuation in cholesterol Levels in most individuals and All sorts of factors influence it. If you want general information there is no Lack of books on the subject about which there Are Many misconceptions. One doctor writing in a medical guide Calls cholesterol today a popular scare word and says the focus is shifting from the effect of fats to the influence of carbohydrates sugars and starches. He cited one study which showed the incidence of heart disease in different countries was More closely related to the consumption of sugar than to the consumption of fat. Hard animal fats Are the major source of cholesterol. Said the doctor a a hog in t fattened by feeding him fat but by giving him a certain amount of cholesterol is necessary in our food its Virtues Range from Vitamin Supply to Energy and sex hormone production. It is needed he said in almost every tissue of the body and if not supplied the liver will produce it. In support of this a biochemist writes a studies have shown that approximately 800 milligrams of cholesterol Are obtained daily from a High fat diet whereas a Normal adult liver produces 3,000 milligrams or More per moderation not saturation and a proper balance in diet is the common theme of All who write on the subject of maintaining health. For civil servants q. Do you have to be 21 or 22 to take the civil service test and where do you take it j. D. A. The minimum is 18 years old but some jobs require applicants to be at least 21. You can fill out applications for City jobs at the civil service office at 116 e. Commerce Street and you will be notified when the test will be Given. For Federal civil service jobs the examinations Are Given at the main Post office in Greensboro at 900 e. Market St. For additional information on jobs with the Federal government you can refer to the a Federal career directory a a guide for College students at the Library or for Sale through the superintendent of documents $1.25. Truce agreement reached by Barry Schweid associated press writer Jerusalem a Israel and Syria concluded a separation of forces agreement today after Secretary of state Henry a. Kissinger won a major israeli Concession on palestinian guerrilla attacks. The Concession was not spelled out immediately. Premier Golda Meir is to announce the agreement tonight israeli and syrian commanders will sign the pact in Geneva in a few Days and the fighting is to Stop and prisoners on both sides freed at that time. At the United nations in new York a . Spokesman said the United states had informed the world body that Israel and Syria had agreed to Dis engage their forces on the Golan Heights front. The spokesman said if requested the United nations could shift troops from the . Emergency Force standing Between egyptian and israeli troops in Sinai to Man a Buffer zone Between the syrians and israelis on the Golan Heights. Unofficial israeli informants said 1,250 . Troops would set up the Buffer and that it would be one to four Miles wide. They said it would stretch from it. Hermon along the Golan Heights including the abandoned Golan capital of Qun Eitra and a strip 300 Yards West of the wrecked town. They said on each Side of the Buffer the armies would be reduced in two corridors each six Miles wide. In the front line corridor troops would be limited to 6.000. With 75 tanks and 36 Short Range Cannon. In the deeper zone each Side would be restricted to 450 tanks with no Long Range Ai Tillery or antiaircraft missiles they said. Despite the Lack of official confirmation newsmen were invited to mrs. Meir a office to drink a Toast with Kissinger. A it s All wrapped up a said one source close to Kissinger s negotiations. A it Only needs the Cabinet to ratify it and that is a israelis state radio said the disengagement pact would be signed by israeli and syrian delegates in Geneva at the end of this week. Mrs. Meir a Cabinet met Early this morning to discuss the pact then scheduled an afternoon session during which it would decide a yes or no a according to an israeli government communique. It said the decision would be final. Information minister Shimon Peres told newsmen he expected the announcement would be in a very general meanwhile israeli officials said mrs. Meir May quit office in the next 24 hours and turn Over the government to Premier designate Yitzhak Rabin Rabin won approval for a new coalition Cabinet tuesday night from mrs. Meir a labor party. He see Middle on 2a court s intervention opposed what s inside amusements. 24a Bridge. .8c classified ads 20-25c comics. 18c crossword .8c editorials. .4a financial. .2a obituaries. .4b sports. 1-5c television .4c women a news .6-15a weather. .5a Washington a president Nixon s watergate lawyer says the supreme court should not intervene in the Legal Battle Over White House tapes. James d. St. Clair said tuesday that the dispute Over tapes subpoenaed by special prosecutor Leon Jaworski should be decided by the . Court of appeals before any involvement of the supreme court which Jaworski has sought. Meanwhile Jaworski said there is evidence that Nixon probably discussed with aides use of the internal Revenue service to audit and harass political enemies and he asked . District court judge John Sirica to give him a White House tape which he believes contains that conversation. Discussing Jaworski a supreme court request with reporters St. Clair said a cases that Are concerned with constitutional issues ought to be carefully considered by the courts and i think it would be appropriate that these matters not be he said he would so advise the court on thursday. A . District court has ruled that Nixon must surrender the tapes and St. Clair asked the appeals court last Friday to overturn the ruling on the same Day Jaworski asked the supreme court to assume jurisdiction which would mean bypassing the appeals court. In papers filed with . District court Jaworski said there is evidence that the White House presented lists of individuals to the internal Revenue service for harassment and that a the we Hite House unlawfully attempted to have the irs investigate former democratic party chairman Lawrence f. Of Brien. Jaworski asked Sirica to reconsider an earlier order allowing the White House to withhold part of the tape of a sept. 15, 1972, conversation involving Nixon and former aides h. R. Haldeman and John w. Dean Iii. Tor Atiyeh scored an upset Victory Over Secretary of state Clay Myers in the Republican primary while former state treasurer Robert Straub led a Field of to democrats. Republican gov. Tom Mccall is barred by Oregon Law from seeking a third consecutive term. With 3,139 of Kentucky a 3.-268 precincts reporting the 47-year-old Cook had 87.2 per cent of the Republican vote and Ford. 49, had 84.8 per cent in the democratic primary. Uncanny Charm got the votes by Bill Simmons associated press writer Little Rock Ark. Apr when Dale bumpers came out of the Ozark mountains of Western Arkansas in 1970, opponents said he had Only a smile a shoe Shine and one speech but they were wrong he had More than one speech. The speeches the shoe Shine and a smile that has captivated a majority of Arkansas voters for four years have felled in us cession three state political giants former goes. Orval e. Faubus. The late w Winthrop Rockefeller and sen. J w. Fulbright. Since defeating Faubus and Rockefeller to win the governorship in 1970, bumpers has added an efficient and scan Alfree administration to his political assets and at 48 is the hottest political figure in Arkansas in years. He has an uncanny Charm in person or on television and has inspired hundreds of previously apolitical people to work for his election. He seems almost apologetic about his giant killing Charisma a my father told me politics is a Noble profession a a he says. A i believe that. At least that s How it ought to be i want to help create a political climate that makes the people of this state want see uncanny on 2a Billy deplores transcripts moral tone by g. W. Cornell a religion writer new York a the Rev. Billy Graham says the transcripts of president Nixon a conversations about watergate Are a profoundly disturbing a a one cannot but deplore the moral tone implied in these papers a Graham said tuesday ending a three week silence about the released texts he had imposed until he had time to examine them himself. A Long time personal Friend and spiritual adviser to president Nixon Graham said that a what comes through in these tapes is not the Man i have known Many years. Other Mutual friends have made the same observation a but the evangelist said Nixon remains a my Friend and i have no intention of forsaking him now. Nor will i judge him As a Man in totality on the basis of these relatively few hours of conversation under such severe pressure. A but i would be neither his Friend nor god s servant if i did not Point out the righteousness of gods demands at such a time As Graham telephoned his statement from his Montreat n c., Home. Graham said he last had spoken with Nixon about three weeks ago by Telephone while conducting a crusade in Phoenix Ariz. A i got the Call in my hotel room one morning about 6 30 a rn.,�?T he said. A the just wanted to say Graham said he since has spent several Days Reading the White House released text and had a thought about it and prayed about it before issuing his statement. A i just wish the whole thing had never he said. His statement said a a nation confused for years by the teaching of situational ethics now finds itself dismayed by those in government who apparently practice it. A we have lost our moral Compass. We must get it Graham said while a we have no other president s transcripts by which to compare to Nixon a conversations Reading them has been a a profoundly disturbing and disappointing although a we know that other presidents have used equally objectionable language a it does not make it right. A thou Shalt not take the name of the lord thy god in vain is a commandment which has not been suspended regardless of any need to release Graham did not mention the Rev. John Mclaughlin a Jesuit priest on Nixon s White House staff who has defended the presidents use of profanity As an outgrowth of a need to release tensions. But he used virtually the same words and in doing so disputed Mclaughlin. Father Mclaughlin a stance has created controversy within his Jesuit order. On tuesday the Vatican newspaper la Osser Vatore Romano criticized priests who become a trapped within the system and who turn away a from the christianity which was your stimulus and original although the Story did not see Billy on 2a Billy Graham

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