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New Bern Sun Journal (Newspaper) - August 31, 2015, New Bern, North Carolina 75� daily monday August 31. 2015 new Bern. . A a 4 ii week ahead Jil music Art sailing to highlight ? opening week of september. A5. 1 Iii. A Al Kulof Fate of 2011 legislative maps disputed by Robertson associated press supreme court to decide if race discrimination is an Issue dec tors and have been used in that called the role race by election and civil rights whether they should change vision he nations highest court told North Carolina state Raleigh i North Caroli. ,.7nays boundaries for general the past two election cycles played in forming the Dis groups and democratic Vot their majority ruling from 1?1 or a afs1 Assembly and congressional helping bolster gof elec tricks discriminatory and ii ers Are Back at the state us eight months ago that upheld 1 v Cut list 1 Nuy l tvs 0 seats were drawn four years tora gains. Legal remains unresolved. Preme court. Justices will the maps now that there s a ago by Republican Legisla yet the initial litigation combined lawsuits filed hear arguments monday new u s supreme court see redistrict a2 new Bokn it a history comes Aliv Busy Days ahead ass by the Richard Dobbs Spaight chapter of the National society daughters of the american revolution Mill Host its annual Bell ringing sept. 17 to commemorate the anniversary of the signing of the United states Constitution. Sun journal file Phot Tryon Palace to Oiler special events in september Sun journal staff a newsroom the fall and Winter season for Tryon Palace will kick off with a dozen events scheduled in september. The events include a historical re enactment Garden programs and celebrations of Constitution week along with voices from the Harlem Renaissance and a visit from George Washington. Here is a look at the september lineup a the months activities will begin saturday with the 4 . Re enactment of the famous stanly Spaight Duel on the palaces South Lawn. It has become a Standard locally on labor Day weekend. A Minnesota Beach golfers hit i he greens for Charity by Bill hand Minnesota Blach i Jotters competed for up to $10,000 in saturdays fourth annual Charity Golf tournament at Minnesota Golf and country club sponsored by the Oriental women a club. The tournament Drew 56 competitors in three categories menus ladies and mixed couples. Prizes included $200 for first place and $80 for second place in each of the team categories. See Golf a6 a Tryonis explorers life is a Garden will begin at to a m. On sept. 12, a program for children ages6to to. It will include exploring the Kitchen Garden a look at How the Royal governors food was grown in the 18th Century and a Chance for youngsters to Plant a seed to take Home. Space is limited to 20 children. Extra openings will be tilled the Day of the event on a first come first served basis. If you Are a Home school and would like to Book a tour please Contact group services at 639 3524. All Tryonis explorers programs begin at the North Carolina history Center. The Price for this event is $6 per child with one accompanying adult free additional adults a new Birn $6. It is included in regular admission. A a movie event is set for sept. 12 at 8 ., with a screening of famed director Stanley Kubrick a world War i masterpiece a paths of it is a finale to Tryon palaces Wei exhibit a North Carolina in the great War Quot which is open through sept. 13. Admission is $6 per person free for Tryon Palace foundation members. A How North Carolina saved the Constitution Quot is a free event slated for sept. It at 2 . In Honor of Constitution week award winning author and scholar Linda r Monk. Jux will give a free lecture titled a we the whole people How North Carolina saved the she will also sign copies of the newly revised edition of her Book a the words we live by your annotated guide to the Constitution Quot both events will be in the North Carolina history Center. A a a singing of the Bells a Constitution Celebration Quot is another annual event scheduled this year on sept. 17 at 3 30 . In front of the Palace main Gate on Pollock Street. The Richard Dobbs Spaight chapter of the National society daughters of the american revolution will Host the program to commemorate the anniversary of the signing of the see events a a6 i a Zibil to examine Lam jewish lawyers is giggled under 11 it Ler by Bill hand Stop me if you be heard this one a barefooted jewish lawyer is walking Down a Munich Street. It sounds like the opening to a anti semitic joke but instead of a punch line this image from 1933 has a punch to the gut. profession was taken away and now he had to was found later with a Bullet in his and his family were shipped to a concentration Camp and never seen when the Weimar Republic see struggle a6 in this 1933 photo. Munich lawyer Michael Siegel is paraded through the streets with his trouser legs Cut off. Carrying a sign Reading i will never complain to the police again.1 a jewish lawyer he had complained when one of his jewish clients had been taken into protective custody by the police. Photo by Heinrich Sanden. A j. F i opposition increases to elect Ion precincts by Charlie Hall a a Quot plans by the Pamlico county Board of elections to consolidate six of the county Sio polling places met opposition during two earlier Public meetings before the three member Board approved the proposal by a split n ote in july. The plan is for 2016. And the county has since received notice from the state Board of elections that More digital maps need to be submitted. Except for municipal elections the proposals would have voters in Mesic Stonewall and Alliance travelling to new polling places in Vandemere. Bayboro and Grantsboro. Two prominent county figures a Mesic mayor Book t. Jones and Pamlico county democratic party chairman David Cox a Are protesting the changes with letters see Pamlico a2 Board delays precinct changes consolidation proposal halted uni ii 2016 Cycle by Charlie Hall a Craven county Board of elections consolidation proposal for five polling places involving la precincts has been delayed until the 2016 election Cycle. Craven county elections director Mek it in Wray said the county recently received word from the state Board of elections that More information was needed on the request submitted in May. She said the requests were not denied but rather delayed. She said that the state had looked at its mapping on gis and compared it to local mapping from various counties across the state seeking polling place consolidations. Discrepancies were found in the maps. A they want to get those cleared up before they approve the combinations a she said. Quot i really done to anticipate any problem because we have such a Good gis Here that if the Boundary lines just see Craven a2 pm . To storm Calendar a5 82/ttr classified b6 a4 comics. B5 obits. Entertainment. Lottery. A2 nation world a 7 b4 week ahead. A5 a3 sports by is Dia Halifax i group 53101 00004 vol. Xxvii no. 243 a t

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