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High Point Enterprise, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1976, High Point, North CarolinaGovernors cautious about Carter chances Williamsburg a. A democrats at the Southern governors conference show surprising caution in predicting How Well Democrat Jimmy Carter will d o in the South in the november presidential election. Their we will is not As Strong As the republicans we can when they talk of the chances of the democratic nominee carrying their Home states against presi Dent Ford. None of the governors hesitated to say he expected his party s nominee to carry his state. Republican governors outnumbered 12 5. Put up a determined show of optimism and a positive front. There was something lacking though in the spirit in which some democrats responded to the candidacy of Carter a former Georgia Gover nor Mississippi gov Charles Finch said he supports Carter. Asked if he backed him wholeheartedly Finch countered what is he was unspecific on How and to what extent he will Campaign for Carter in Mississippi. Gov. Dolph Briscoe saw the Independent voters As possibly swinging for either candidate and As the key to the outcome in Texas he said Carter can carry Texas but it is not an accomplished the presidential contest May turn into a real horse said Georgia gov. George Busbee. But he had no doubt Carter would carry his Home state. And he said i think he will carry a majority of the Southern gov. Marvin Mandel of Maryland said he feels it s too Early to Tell whether Ford or Carter will carry his state. But Mandel said Maryland s local candidates we have Good local candidates will be of More help to Carter than the presidential nominee will be to them. Republican gov. James Edwards of South Carolina said Carter has the Lead in his state now but he already sees a shift. By november he said there will be a drastic change. We in the South look for philosophy that is compatible rather than geography. The South would be proud of a Southern president with a Southern Edwards said. He added that Carter has said there is no Issue on which he disagrees with his Runn ing mate sen. Walter Mondale of Minnesota. South Carolina s philosophy does t hold the Mondale Kennedy Abzug or Baths in High Edwards said. Republican gov. Mills e. Godwin of Virginia said Ford has a regional claim on Virginia because the Ford family has lived in the state most of the nearly 30 years while Ford served in Congress. Another Republican gov. Christopher Bond of Missouri saw Ford carrying his state if he keeps on doing what he did in Kansas Bond a Ford Backer All along said the Ford Ronald Reagan Battle did t damage the party. But Carter has staunch supporters among the Southern governors with Ray Blanton of Tennessee perhaps the warmest. He said he is very proud mrs. Carter has chosen his state for her first Campaign Slop on labor Dav. Businesses near state zoo permitted Raleigh a state Highway administrator Billy Rose has overruled the efforts of North Carolina zoo officials to keep commercial development from the Doorstep of the zoo near Asheboro. In a decision earlier this month Rose sided with Cox Road property owners who pressed for permanent zoo Access from the narrow Mountain Road bordering the zoo. Although Rose said he based his decision on traffic considerations he conceded it would Lead to development along Cox Road that could have an Adverse Impact on the zoo. The ruling was against the advice of Rose s Highway planners. Zoo director William Hoff the . Zoo Council and two successive secretaries of the state department of natural and economic resources High Point Enterprise wednesday september 1, 7a in slate 144 cases Reagan fes shift fever to Ford Camp Raleigh a a spot Check shows North Carolina supporters of Ronald Reagan Are flocking to support the Republican ticket headed by president Gerald Ford. The spot Check of Reagan delegates from the Piedmont indicated that All of them planned to attend one of the functions for sen Robert Dole. A Kan the gop vice presidential nominee Dole plans to visit Charlotte wednesday even ing before going to Salisbury Hometown of his wife Elizabeth Hanford Dole who will be honoured at noon thursday in Salisbury. State Republican chairman Bob Shaw said tuesday tentative plans to have Dole appear in Winston Salem or Raleigh have been abandoned. He said that Dole will go directly to spartan Burg. S a. From Salisbury. Shaw pointed out that a reception in Charlotte will be open 10 the Public the ceremony in Salisbury will be held on the Catawba College Campus according to local republicans. The teganites said they would be on hand for every Stop to show they have recovered from their Digap poin tent at Ford s nomination. I Haven t come into con tact with any negative at said fran Rowe of Charlotte a Reagan Delegate to the National convention. Mrs Rowe is working with the arrangements committee for Dole s appearance in Charlotte Robert v Somers Salisbury attorney and an at Large Delegate to Kansas City pointed to the alter natives As he explained his support of the Ford Dole ticket Here s the he said. To anyone from a moderate conservative to a real conservative what Carter and the democrats proposed is totally anathema particularly their support of common situs picketing and their proposal to repeal the right to work la a said Somers other Reagan delegates voicing similar sentiments included Wilson Bryan of Charlotte Hill water Down to 30-4qdays Chapel Hill a a University of North Carolina utilities official says Chapel Hill s dwindling water Supply should last 30 to 40 Days with continued help from Durham and conservation measures we can t go further than said utilities director Grey Culbreth. Chapel Hill has been under a mandatory water Conser vation ordinance since aug. 18 after the Lake supplying the town water dropped to a near critical level. Despite the return last week of students to unc Culbreth said water consumption has been steady at about 4.5 million Gallons per Day. Consumption was up slightly monday at 4 6 million Gallons. Culbreth said 2.7 million Gallons were used from University Lake the Community s Only Reservoir while 1.9 million Gallons were bought from Durham. Charlotte a a record 144 cases of Rocky Mountain spotted fever have been reported in North Carolina this year with about two months left in the season for the disease. The total said to be the highest in the nation is three More than the previous High of 141 cases recorded in North Carolina in 1973 and far ahead of last year s 129 cases according to or. Newton Mccormack head of the Carolina dept. Of health s communicable Dis ease control Branch. The figures were contained in a Story quoting Mccormack in wednesday s Charlotte observer Rocky Mountain spotted fever transmitted primarily by the tick found on dogs has killed at least four persons in North Carolina this year including a 6-year-old girl. Tracy Lee Earley. Whose death in Charlotte last week was attributed to the disease other victims were identified As men who died in Ahoskie Rocky mount and Becali. All in the Eastern part of the state. As of August in the latest figures available the nation had recorded 609 cases. Virginia was second to North Carolina in the Southeast with 71 cases followed by Tennessee with 68. South Carolina had reported 39 cases health officials say the symptoms Are characterized by fever headache muscle pains and a Measle like rash that usually starts on the hands and feet if left untreated spotted fever is fatal to children in about 20 per cent of cases and j to adults in a higher percen Tage according to health officials. If treated Early the Dis ease generally is not fatal health officials say. Rainbow Gold Check the foundation of the ladder of Fame the risk May not warrant the climb. I it the walking Don t miss hearing him. X if or. Hick Van Imp the Jack Van Impe crusade . Attend his c a vans and Ais of millions Hsien weekly on worlds a Vida radio this is your Opportunity to hear the walking bible1 Greensboro coliseum Greensboro . September 6-12 probe of political Swap requested Raleigh probe under the state corrupt practices act of allegations that House speaker Jimmy Green and state rep. John m. Jor Dan a Alamance swapped political support has been formally requested by a former religion professor at St. Andrews College. Green is matched against former Chapel Hill mayor Howard Lee in the sept. 14 Runoff primary. They Are seeking the democratic nomination for lieutenant governor. Jordan who ran third in the first primary has endorsed Green in the Runoff. Action on the investigation requested by William Winn of Laurinburg is not expected before the Runoff. In an interview tuesday Winn said he is supporting Lee. But that he had not talked to Lee or any of his Campaign aides about seeking an investigation. Saying that his support of Lee was not the reason for writing the complaint Winn said he had been trying for several years to see that the corrupt practices act is enforced. After announcing his sup port for Green Jordan said in an interview that he agreed to Back Green after Green agreed to publicly sup port him if he decided to seek another elective office in the future. Jordan who ran third in the aug 17 democratic primary for lieutenant Gover nor recently assumed the Post of regional director for Green s Runoff Campaign. The controversy swirled again this week alien Jordan said in a statement that Lee promised him an appoint ment to the powerful advisory budget commission. Lee has denied Jordan s Contention and said Jordan himself raised the question of the Apo moment. It was later pointed out that the lieutenant governor does not make appointments to the advisory budget com Mission. Winn wrote a letter aug. 27 to Wake dist atty. Burley Mitchell asking for an investigation kure Beach policemen abolished kure Beach api kure Beach s police department is going out of business. New Hanover county com missioners have approved a contract requiring the sheriff s department to take Over Law enforcement in the town. The police Force consists of chief Thomas Blinson and two officers. All three will be eligible Tor positions in the sheriff s department when the changeover begins oct. 1 Blinson said kure Beach has about 470 year round residents and it needs police patrols mainly during the tourist season. 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