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High Point Enterprise, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Morse wins primary now faces Packwood by Ginny Burdick aug cited press writer Portland Ore a former us sen Wayne Morse in a comeback attempt at 73 has won the Oregon democratic senatorial nomination and a rematch against sen Robert Packwood Packwood unopposed in tuesdays Republican primary unseated Morse in 1968 ending morses 24year career in the Senate Morse won the democratic primary in 1972 but lost in the general election to sen Mark Hatfield Rore Morse one of the first in Congress to Campaign against the War in Vietnam and a constant critic of what he called presidential usurpation of congressional Powers predicted Victory Over Packwood in november and added if in sent Back to the Senate in going to pick up where i left off that the worst news for president Nixon that anyone could Send to him in the top gubernatorial nomination race state sen Victor Atiyeh was a Surprise Victor Over Secretary of state Clay Myers former state treasurer Robert w Straub and state sen Betty Roberts led eight other candidates in the Battle for the democratic gubernatorial nomination gov Tom Mccall a Republican was barred under the state Constitution from seeking a third consecutive term the incomplete unofficial count Senate democratic 1796 of 2514 precincts Morse 104095 votes or 491 per Jason Boe 83539 or 394 per cent two minor candidates 115 per cent gubernatorial 1694 of 2 514 precincts Republican Atiyeh 89096 or 609 per cent Myers 48665 or 332 per cent three minor candidates 59 per cent democratic Straub 64141 or 338 per cent Roberts 58584 or 309 per cent state treasurer Jim Redden 51961 or 274 per cent seven minor candidates 79 per cent in the 1st District congressional race for the seat being vacated by rep Wendell Wyatt Rore Oregon House majority Leader Les Aucoin won the democratic primary against four opponents Diarmuid Oscannlain the states former environmental Quality director won the Republican nomination in a six Way race in the 3rd District where democratic rep Edith Green is retiring former rep Robert Duncan bested seven opponents the gop nomination went to Portland businessman John Piacentini in a three Way race rep Al Ullman of the 2nd District won an easy democratic primary Victory Over Salem attorney Steve Anderson Kenneth Brown a Gervais Farmer was unopposed in the Republican primary in the 4th District rep John Dellenback was unopposed in his bid for renomination on the Republican ticket James High Point Enterprise wednesday May 29 1974 17a tie magic show for All youngsters Wayne Morse Weaver a Eugene builder led four opponents for the democratic nomination by William Glover a drama critic new York a fun and games time on Broadway for youngsters of All Ages with Doug Henning in the magic show Henning is a 27yearold Canadian whose Mastery of illusions previously has boggled watchers in night clubs Rock festivals and classrooms on this excursion into the Cort theater Henning has been surrounded with what is supposed to be a Book musical that dilutes the spell in the show which opened tuesday night the slim smiling entertainer master fully performs a dozen classic stunts freshened with ingenious flourishes several Lis some lasses Are dismembered in assorted ways shapes vanish in the air a Dove turns into a Rab bit for finale a Cage into which an assistant Steps is uncovered moments later to reveal a pacing Cougar the feeble plot by Bob Randall concerns drugs efforts to get a Job in a Tacky nightclub and the efforts of an inept colleague in the Mystic Art to hang on instead with his overage Rabbit Edna just to complicate inanity Here Are pauses for almost lighted Romance and a couple of oppressively raucous Chorine Stephen Schwartz with some assistance from Hen Ning has provided a dozen unmemorable tunes Schwartz did much better with the score for pippin among the participants Are Dale Soules and Anita Morris chief aides in trickery David Ogden stiers mincing mercilessly As a schlock Houdini Annie Mcgreevey an Cheryl Barnes whose duet vocals Are often drowned in amplified overkill Grover Dale directed and staged a dance with More re Liance on Energy than style for settings David Chapman goes wild for metallic girders Bridges and whatnot while Randy Barcelo opts for costumes of tinsel led burlesque t to 4 Dean says he advised restriction on Hoffa Washington a former White House counsel John w Dean Iii says he suggested the Pardon restriction which bars sex teamsters chief James r Hoffa from Union activities until 1980 record pirating charged Charlotte no the Fri says a Charlotte Man has been illegally rerecording and sell ing tapes of songs and will be charged with violating Federal copyright Laws us attorney David Sentelle said tuesday that Jerrold Pettus will be charged when the Federal grand jury convenes probably in july in an affidavit filed with sent Elies office by the Fri Pettus is accused of illegally copying 14 songs Pettus who owns sound duplicator service inc claims his recordings Are actually by unknown groups singing hit tunes which he Sells for citrate prices in the affidavit Fri agent Kevin Harvey says an examination of a Pettu Smade tape entitled greatest hits John Denver shows one of the songs Rocky Mountain High was actually Sung by John Denver Harvey also cites 13 other songs he claims were illegally copied by the Pettus firm in a deposition disclosed tuesday Dean testified that he recommended the stipulation in a memorandum submitted to president Nixon before Hoffa was granted executive clemency and released from Federal prison dec 231971 Hoffa who served less than five years of a 13year term for jury tampering and mail fraud has filed a civil suit to lift the ban the suit alleges that the prohibition on Union involve ment grew out of a conspiracy Between teamsters president Frank e Fitzsimmons and Charles w Colson who was hired As the unions counsel after leaving the White House however Dean said he acted alone in recommending the Pardon stipulation without consulting Colson according to the deposition taken last week by Hoffas attorneys Dean said he originated the idea during a discussion with former atty Gen John n Mitchell Dean said the restriction on Hoffas future activities was not mentioned in the letter of advice which Mitchell was required to Send to the White House for the president to consider in commuting Hoffas sen tence but Dean said he never submitted Mitchells letter to Nixon Only a covering memorandum which Dean prepared and in which he included the recommendation on conditions for Hoffas release Dean gave no explanation for recommending the restriction or the procedures which were followed in including it in Hoffas Par Don thank you voters of Guilford county for your vote of Confidence in the democratic primary on May 7 i solicit your vote and support in the general election in november rep Henry e Frye paid for by Henry Frye 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