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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 14, 1976, High Point, North Carolina 10a High Point Enterprise. Tuesday september 14. 1976 Daniel Moynihan Ramsey Clark Bella Abzug new York democrats pick Senate nominee by David Shaffer associated press writer new York i apr new Yorkus democratic voters pick a . Senate nominee today from a five candidate Field that sprawls across the party a ideological spectrum. It includes a flamboyant congresswoman. A loquacious professor a former attorney general a party warhorse and a Man who builds parking garages when the voting is Over the democrats a who have lost every Senate race in the state but one in the past 25 years a will have just seven weeks to Patch up the wounds of a divisive Campaign and try to beat incumbent Republican conservative sen James Buckley who faces a Challenge himself primary elections also were being held today in la other states Minnesota. Massachusetts Colorado. Nevada North Carolina new Hampshire. Rhode Island. Vermont. Utah. Wyoming and Wisconsin in the new York primary. The democrats Choice could be rep. Bella Abzug. An aggressive campaigner who wears big hats strikes Liberal themes and explicitly appeals to the women s vote a i May not look like a senator but i m what i think a senator should look like or Daniel Patrick Moynihan the Harvard University Don and former . Ambassador to the United nations who says the democratic party has drifted too far left and May be forgetting that America is a very much Worth defending a or former atty Gen Ramsey Lark. A one time texan who talks in a quiet drawl about major shifts in the nation s priorities and says the others Lack the a political courage to take a difficult positions such As his advocacy of wage and Price controls. Or Paul o Dwyer. President of the new York City Council and the party establishment s official Choice who says the others Pamlico mining rights released Washington no. Apr a phosphate mining company has released its options to Huv land on the North Side of the Pamlico River meaning there probably will not by any mining in the area. A spokesman for North Carolina i phosphate co said the firm had never planned to mine the North Side of the River that the options were held while exploratory work was carried out to determine whether the area was Worth mining a number of landowners on the North Side of the River have objected to mining in the area the Pamlico Bath preservation foundation a landowner group had circulated petitions and spoke against mining he area North Carolina phosphate and Texas Gull inc own land on the South Side of the River and Texas Gulf has been min my phosphate there for More than a decade North Carolina phosphate is to begin its mining operations soon a b Whitley of Greenville president of the preservation society said hts organization can probably take partial credit for the company s decision to abandon the possibility of mining on the North Side of the River Quot bickering May have jeopardized chances for a democratic Victory or Abraham Hirschfeld. A Brooklyn parking garage magnate who said monday Quot when a person has a Toothache he goes to a dentist not to a politician new York has economic problems and it needs a practical in the first statewide Republican primary in 50 years Buckley is opposed by rep. Peter Peyser of Westchester county. Peyser is a moderate who says the deeply conservative Buckley has ignored the needs of new York but the Crew Cut first term senator will be on the nov. 2 ballot As the conservative party nominee even if he loses to Peyser. Buckley won just such a three Way contest against a moderate Republican and a Democrat in 1970 Buckley continued monday to ignore his opponent issuing a statement that denounced the five democrats and did t mention Peyser Peyser again attacked Buckley for refusing to debate him with Only a plurality needed to win the five Way democratic race much hinges on the composition of the expected Light turnout among the states 3 6 million enrolled democrats a heavy women s vote could help mrs Abzug a heavy vote among jews who constitute up to 40 per cent of the democratic primary electorate. Could help Moythan. Who climbed to political prominence with his defences of Israel in United nations the helps shrink swelling of Hemor Hoidal tissues due to inflammation. Relieves pain amp itch. Give prompt temporary Relief from Hemor Hoidal pain and itch in Many cases. Dot Tor have iou rut a remarkably Kuiv soul medication i Fiat actually help shrink swelling of Hemor Hoidal tissues when infected and inflamed and it duet More in Many cases it gives Relief for hours from it Uin and itching in these tissues tests by doctors proved this True in Many cases the medication used was preparation la and no prescription is needed for p a Jar attn ointment or Gnu. . Tit it Al the Fried Chicken you can eat for $1.99 its our a you can eat monday through thursday special. Bring your gang by for the Best tasting country Fried Chicken dinner you can buy including French Fries Cole Slaw and Cornbread Sticks. And Well serve All the Chicken you can eat for Only $1.99 per person. The offers Good in our dining room Only. Parker s Barbecue College Village shopping Center High Point 887-2124 . Poet laureate turns 97 North Wilkesboro i apr James Larkin Pearson. Poet laureate of North Carolina for 23 years celebrated his 97th birthday monday. Gov. Jim Holshouser declared this James Larking Pearson week in North Carolina and the poet was Given a birthday party at Wilkes Community College among the persons sending him a birthday card were president and mrs Ford the Community College which gave Pearson an honorary degree is conducting a fund raising drive to build a memorial Library to store his books and materials. Pearson grew up in Wilkes county and became a journalist and Printer As Well As poet. He lives just outside North Wilkesboro Carter s women advisers meet by Dick pettys associated press writer Atlanta a the 51 3 per cent committee Democrat Jimmy Carter s advisory group on women s affairs holds its first National meeting Here wednesday for briefings by top Campaign officials and strategy talks a major by product of the session a expected to draw 50 or More of the feminists business women and office holders serving on the group a will be a state by state analysis of women s problems and whether the democratic ticket is addressing them effectively. The committee is so named from census data indicating that is the percentage of women in the population of the United states. Carter announced its formation last june explaining that those asked to serve on the panel would advise him on issues help his Campaign and serve As Talent scouts for women to serve in a democratic administration. The All Dav session is Likely to be the Only full scale National meeting of the committee. Which has about 140 members before the election Cooki Lutkefedder the National coordinator said the session will be closed to news coverage because the discussions and briefings by key Campaign directors May be a sensitive a the briefings will cover issues polling policy formulation and political operations As they involve women she said. After the briefings members of the committee will Divide into regional discussion groups to meet with regional coordinators who Are responsible for Field operations Quot Well discuss the problems in each area and give an insight into the area for the regional coordinators Quot said is Lutkefedder who prefers that designation a this will open the communications lines and keep them open Between the women constituencies and the coordinators Quot she added she said women form a natural constituency for the democratic nominee but that Many women must be informed Quot that they can make a the is 3 per cent com Mittee is one of several Quot special constituency groups operating from Carter s National head quarters Here there Are als it special unit for Catholic hispanic Black and other population groups to i drug store inc. 200 Westwood. Phone m3-4ij9 free delivery open Mon. Thru sat. 8 30-6 30 not just another drug store to ,4 revival september 13-18 7 30 nightly landmark Baptist Church Marsh St. Evangelist Rev. Kenneth Faulkenberry from Hickory special singing nightly Amos Mashburn pastor Ltd a it motto Frame amp i of 1234 North main St. Framed Faith taste a imagination a i put Ona picture show. Do you have a Dull uninteresting Wall it can be the focal Point of your decor with a Little imagination from you and our expert framing. Bring in your water colors prints maps coins medals degrees awards. Weil Frame Mem. Then show your stuff a specializing in mounting All Type of crewel and needlepoint Quot phone 882-1628 free parking in a mum Kear of store u i his int a i a 1976 a Guilford county agricultural a a a a web a Ani a a a a schedule wednesday september is free admission food town drawing for free groceries at 7, 8, 9, to 11 school Day reduced ride prices till 6 00 . All children admitted free till 6 00 . Senior citizen s Day All ride free till 6 00 . 6 30 . Drawing for free boy s and girl s Bike 7 30 . Jack Kochman hell Drivers show at the grandstand All week ride with Paul Phillips in his Enstron helicopter 8 00 . Beech nut tobacco spitting contest for prizes Megerle s shows on Midway every Day Sechrest funeral service tip top bakery Beeson hardware coca cola distributor Northwood Oil co. . Underwood paving amp grading inc. High Point Lawn amp Garden Bernie s Craft s amp Hobby inc. Ken Irvin grading inc. Kepley s Barbecue Hall printing co. Southland Supply co., inc. To c Oum in Tan Pas i of Aal a in a i�8 in september 10-18 sponsored by the High Point Jaycees

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