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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 10, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Southern governors gather Region s possibilities considered at meeting Austin Tex. A Southern governors take a look at transportation and tourism possibilities of the South today. Highlights of the Southern governors conference Agenda included a panel discussion on a travel and Economy of the South a headed by South Carolina gov. John West and a session on the american revolution Bicentennial Celebration headed by Alabama gov. George c. Wallace. The three Day session of the conference which consists of 17 Southern states and the Virgin islands is being held at Lakeway a luxury resort on Lake Travis 25 Miles Northwest of Austin. The half Day business session today followed one of the conferences social highlights monday night a Texas a a fiesta featuring the music foods and costumes of the six nations that have governed the state. Sunday night there was a reach style Barbecue picnic and tuesday night the traditional Black tie state dinner is scheduled. Although not on the original conference program Southern politics came close to being the subject that has attracted the attention of the 14 governors attending the 40th annual pie eting. First there was the Surprise reaction of democratic and Republican governors to president Ford s Pardon of former president Nixon on sunday. Second there was the unscheduled appearance monday of National democratic chairman Robert Strauss in an attempt to consolidate party feelings among the 12 democratic governors of the conference. Strauss luncheon with the democratic chief executives followed a speech by sen. Lloyd Bentsen d-Tex., a democratic presidential hopeful for 1976. Strauss predicted to newsmen that warring factions of the National democratic party would be a a a minus satisfied if not a plus satisfied by the time of the december National convention in Kansas City to approve new party rules. He denied that he asked governors at the closed luncheon meeting to use their influence to Cool political trouble spots. Strauss said he told the governors to see to it that their state parties have a Good affirmative action programs and get representative delegations to the Kansas City convention. Wallace said after the the weather fair and warm fair weather has returned to North Carolina. A of the state is enjoying Fine weather now. High pressure covering the East coast dominates the tar Heel weather. Tropical storm Elaine was about 300 Miles East of Cape Hatteras Early this morning and was moving northeastward about 20 Miles an hour. It was beginning to turn to a More northeasterly direction that will take it rapidly away from the North Carolina coast. Forecast North Carolina partly Cloudy today through wednesday with widely scattered afternoon thundershowers in mountains. Highs today and wednesday in 80s except some 70s mountains. Lows tonight in 60s except around 70 along outer Banks. South Carolina partly Cloudy and warm today through wednesday. Highs mostly mid 80s. Lows mid 60s to near 70. For the High Point area the forecast Calls for partly Cloudy skies through wednesday with the Chance of rain near Zero for tonight and at 20 per cent wednesday. Lows tonight should be in the Low to mid 60s, and wednesdays High is expected to be in the Low or mid 80s. Temperatures by the associated press 24 hours ending 8 . Edt station h l or Asheville fog 80 63 Augusta tidy 85 64 Charleston Clear 85 68 Charlotte Clear 79 61 Columbia . 85 62 Greensboro . 81 61 Greenville s.c., Clr 83 62 Raleigh fog 81 60 Savannah . 85 69 Wilmington . 85 67 three Day forecast North Carolina extended Outlook thursday through saturday fair except tor scattered showers in the mountains. Highs mostly in the Low to mid 80s. Lows in the 60s. Meeting that he told Strauss a the party better get Back to relating to the average Middle class person of America if it is going to be Wallace said he probably will go to the Kansas City convention As most of the Southern governors have indicated. Kennedy splattered by Tomato Boston a sen. Edward m. Kennedy says he Hopes the emotion shown by anti using demonstrators which left him splattered by a thrown Tomato will dissipate before Boston schools open thursday. But the Massachusetts Democrat expressed doubt it would a a there Are still voices in the Community stirring up hatred among the Kennedy made the comments on monday after he was booed and made the target of two Ripe tomatoes As he tried to address a crowd of some 8,000 to 10,000 demonstrators in front of the John f. Kennedy Federal building. One of the tomatoes landed near Kennedy and part of the fruit splattered on him. Kennedy was also hit on the shoulder by at least one of several women who leaped in front of him As he left the gathering and Shook their fists at him. The demonstrators were protesting a school integration plan ordered by . District court judge w. Arthur Garrity which Calls for the busing of 18,200 Boston school children 8,500 White and 9,700 Black. Kennedy said he was unable to address the crowd because the plug to the microphone had been pulled. He said he was disappointed but added a people feel very strongly about this. They re entitled to their Elaine turns into Atlantic Edmisten says Carson policy disastrous Raleigh i of a Rufus Edmisten democratic candidate for attorney general says announced plans of atty. Gen. James h. Carsonjr. To de emphasize the consumer Protection division will bring a disastrous consequences for each and every Edmisten and Carson Are running for the final two years of the term to which former atty. Gen. Robert Morgan was elected. Morgan resigned to run for the . Senate and gov. Jim Holshouser appointed Carson As attorney general. Edmisten former Deputy counsel to the Senate watergate committee told a Raleigh news conference monday that Carsons plans to shift the consumer Protection division from handling consumer complaints to greater participation in utilities and antitrust cases is a a. Step a the unscrupulous few who Are the subject of the vast majority of the complaints handled by the consumer Protection division would Welcome this de emphasis because it will mean that they could again prey at will on the citizens of this state without fear of intervention by the attorney general a Edmisten stated. Southern clergy ask amnesty Swannanoa no. Apr the committee of Southern churchmen has asked president Ford to Grant draft resisters and deserters living abroad a compassionate passage into the United states to attend funerals of their parents. Rev. Baxton Bryant said the committee made a similar request to former president Richard Nixon two years ago but did not receive a response. Rev. Bryant said the proposal seemed More pertinent now a in Light of what happened to or. Nixon a referring to the Pardon granted by president Ford. Terhorst charges High Point Enterprise tuesday september to 1074 3a . Governor s race deception it of fracas most attention i forever yours. Wedding gown preserved. Hand firming. Saltine Hoo Inglish c a cantus a l a Uncort is til. 8is-? coming to Green Street Baptist Church sunday september 8 wednesday september la singing evangelists Ron amp Patricia Owens recording artists a radio and television stars a a a a concert singers sunday and wednesday 7 00 . Dynamic christians a a a a thrilling testimonies Ltd it Beautiful singing monday and tuesday 7 30 . Washington a former presidential press Secretary Jerald f. Terhorst says he was misled by other White House officials about Richard m. Nixon a Pardon. But he insists that the misinformation was not the Basic reason for his resignation. Terhorst said monday that he would have resigned in any event because he disagreed with president Fords decision to Pardon former president Nixon of any Federal crime he May have committed while chief executive. A it was something which my conscience would t accept a said terhorst who will return to work for the Detroit news As a columnist. Terhorst was t informed of Fords decision on Nixon a until saturday. Before then he unknowingly misled reporters concerned with the Story. David Kraslow. Washington Bureau chief for Cox newspapers said he stopped working on a Story about discussions Between the White House and Nixon Over a possible Pardon when terhorst assured him Friday it was not True. Kraslow said he received a Call from terhorst shortly before the Pardon was announced on sunday. Quot in a sorry Dave of i had known on Friday what i know now i would not have guided you away from that Story a Kraslow quoted terhorst As saying. Kraslow also quoted a Friend of the former press Secretary As saying there were other reasons for the resignation that terhorst a was put in a position where he was about to become another Hon Ziegler that he had been forced to make statements to the press that were Ziegler was Nixon a press Secretary. Terhorst however said he could not recall that. Washington a a close contest Over the democratic nomination for governor in new York attracted the greatest National attention among primary elections in 13 states and District of Columbia today. Candidates sought their party a designation to run for eight . Senate seats and nine other governorships. Hut with most big name candidates either unopposed for renomination or facing Token opposition there was Little excitement Over the largest schedule of elections in any one Day so far during this mid term election year. Residents of the nation s capital were nominating a mayor for the first time in More than a Century with democratic nomination considered As Good As election. Elections also were being held in Arizona Connecticut Colorado Florida Maryland Massachusetts Minnesota new Hampshire Rhode Island Utah Vermont and Wisconsin. In new York . Rep. Hugh l. Carey from Brooklyn and Howard j. Samuels the Man who set up new York City a legalized operation for betting on horse races away from the track sought the democratic nomination for governor. The Winner of this close race is regarded As having the Best Chance of winning the governorship of any Democrat in the 16 years since Nelson a. Rockefeller first won the office. The Republican opponent in the nov. 5 general election is Likely to be incumbent Malcolm Wilson who is expected to win the gop cloths storage. Statika nomination for his first Campaign for the office. He was elevated from the lieutenant governorship when Rockefeller resigned last december. All five incumbent senators seeking new terms Are favored to win. They Are democrats Gaylord Nelson of Wisconsin and republicans Peter h. Dominick of Colorado Charles Mcc. Mathias jr., of Maryland Jacob k. Javits of new York and Barry m Coldwater of Arizona. Senate primaries also pick nominees for the seats of retiring Sens. Norris Cotton. . George d. Aiken r vt., and Edward j. Gurney a Fla. Other incumbent governors seeking renomination and expected to win it include democrats Reubin Askew of Florida Marvin Mandel of Maryland Patrick j. Lucey of Wisconsin Wendell p. Anderson of Minnesota and Thomas p. Salmon of Vermont and republicans Francis w. Sargent of Massachusetts John Vanderhoof of Colorado and Meldrim Thomson or. Of new Hampshire. In Arizona gov. John r Williams a Republican is retiring you Are invited to attend revival services Tringale Baptist Church Flint Hill Road Trinity . September 8 -14 services each night at 7 30 . Rev. Steve Welborn Evan. Special singing each service Stanley Earomirski Pistor evangelist Rev. Steve Welborn y Asheboro n. C. A soft on4 cleaners launderers a >670 Housh fit ms-3101 Miami a Elaine the fifth tropical storm of the season turned East into the open Atlantic this morning and forecasters said she posed no threat to land. 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