High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Oct 25 1974, Page 5

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 25, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Edmisten predicts comfortable margin Hickory no. A Rufus Edmisten democratic nominee for attorney general said thursday he will win the nov 5 election a by a comfortable campaigning in Western North Carolina Edmisten said he believes he will carry the Eastern and Western portions of the state with the Piedmont still being Uncertain. A wherever democratic Senate candidate Robert Morgan does Well i m going to do Well a he said. Edmisten a Republican opponent atty. Gen. James Carson earlier this week predicted his own Victory. Carson said Edmisten will carry the traditionally democratic Eastern North Carolina agreed that the Piedmont is Uncertain but predicted a gof Victory in the Western counties. Edmisten said he will take the Western counties because the people there a appreciate his background of growing up on a farm. A i know one end of a horse from the other and they like that he said Between stops in Hickory Newton and Shelby thursday Edmisten said he has filed North Carolina income tax forms for the past la year. He said he will announce How much Back tax he must pay after his attorney and the state department of Revenue reach an agreement. A they the Revenue department probably will try to stick me with thousands and thousands of dollars in Back taxes penalties and interest a he said adding that his computations done to show he owes a anywhere near that the Democrat said he is going Back la years even though the Law would Only require the past three years. During a debate in Chapel Hill last month Edmisten admitted he failed to file North Carolina tax returns during the years he worked in Washington for retiring sen Sam Ervin. . He lived in the Washington suburb of Alexandria va., and paid income taxes in that state though he still voted and claimed residency in North Carolina thursday s Campaign Effort was capped by a 10th congressional District rally in Shelby where he appeared with it. Gov. Jim Hunt Morgan and a number of District candidates. Morgan and several other speakers promoted Edmisten a candidacy with Praise for the 33-year-old Boone native. At that event and at a $10-Aplate lunch in his Honor Edmisten emphasized his association with Ervin and said he so not anybody a hand picked Man a referring to Morgan being appointed by gov. Jim Holshouser at every event Edmisten a spirits were High As he met hundreds of supporters. The Large turnouts at events where he was the featured guest boosted his Confidence of winning the election Duke earnings hold steady Charlott a Duke Power co. Has reported $1.45 earnings per share of common Stock for the first nine months of 1974. This is a Penny More than for the similar 1973 period. Duke president Carl Horn said revenues for the periods Rose 33 4 per cent from $448 million to $597 million primarily As a result of rate increases. Horn said Duke which was recently granted a 16.8 per cent rate increase by the state utilities commission would seek additional hikes to offset rising costs High Point Enterprise Friday october 25, 1974 a Hobby threatens court action labor party deception charged Raleigh a the president of the state Al Cio says the . Labor party a a misrepresented itself to get on the nov. 5 ballot in North Carolina and he May seek court action to bar the party from the 1976 ballot. Wilbur Hobby told a news conference thursday the i ibor party by Quot its own a communist front he accused Cannon Mills of acting in a a collusion with it. Hobby said the party obtained 10,000 signatures earlier this year to get on the ballot Only by posing As a pro labor group. A Cannon Mills vice president said the company would have no comment. The textile workers Union of America is waging an intensive drive to try to organize the Cannon textile Chain. Hobby said the company allowed labor party members to go on company property to denounce the Union but Union representatives were driven off the company property. Hobby said the labor party a is an enemy of working people in this state and in the nation. It is doing everything possible to undermine and destroy the Trade Union movement in this state and asked to comment the i Bor party delivered a 300-word statement which did not allude to allegations by Hobby. On another Issue. Hobby denounced a state constitutional amendment on the nov. 5 ballot that would allow the state and county governments to Issue tax free Bonds to finance Industrial facilities and ant pollution equipment. A the kind of Industry we need in North Carolina can afford to build its own facilities a he said cause of school fighting unknown Charlotte a racial fighting erupted at a High school thursday a few hours before a student delegation from troubled Boston observing school desegregation Here was to return Home. Principal h. L. Hawkins said he did not know what caused the fighting at Independence High school. But he added that he was checking a report from a Rockefeller support decreases new York a pollster Louis Harris says support for the vice presidential nomination of Nelson a. Rockefeller dropped by eight percentage Points during september. In a nationwide sampling of 1,500 adults in Early september 55 per cent approved of the former new York governors nomination 31 per cent disapproved and 14 per cent were unsure. Later in the month the figures were 47-10-13. Harris said thursday that there was also a decrease of 3 to 7 per cent among respondents agreeing with what Harris called a a positive statements about Rockefeller s generosity experience. Progressiveness personality and qualifications to be president if necessary meanwhile 6 per cent More Felt Rockefeller was too much a a Aback slapping politician a and a too Rich to be trusted a Harris said a what appeared to be an initially positive reaction to the Choice of Nelson Rockefeller to be the next vice president now has changed to a mood of reservation and doubt. A it is apparent now that much of the Public did not think Rockefeller was forthcoming enough in some of his answers to . Senate interrogators Quot teacher that drugs had been stolen from a student the Day before. Ten students were taken into custody but Only six were charged. Classes went on for the rest of the Day after order was restored. The school will operate As usual today with policemen patrolling the Campus to prevent flare . It was the first racial fighting this year at Independence. But similar violence broke out last week at olympic High. The olympic incident caused an official of the Boston school committee to say Charlotte was not a Good Model for studying desegregation. The committee symbolically recalled the delegation of two i White and two Black students and their adult chaperone. It told them to come Home thursday although they were to have done so anyway after a visit of two and one half Days at the invitation of students from West Charlotte High West Charlotte a formerly All Black school is now 60 per cent White. The fighting at Independence High broke out before classes were to Start. A White youth was hospitalized with an Eye injury and four other students received injuries not requiring hospitalization. Authorities said a teacher was assaulted but not injured. 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