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D. G. Martin
Farrars To Host
On May ll from 5-8 p.m. a
reception will be held at the home of
Charles and Shirley Farrar, at 4100
Carmel Acres Dr., in honor of
former congressional candidate D.
This reception is being held to
help reduce the approximate $60,000
campaign debt that remained after
According to one Martin suppor
ter, Alfred Glover, those who sup
ported D.G. in his campaign should
continue to support him as he at
tempts to reduce his debt. “We
(supporters of Martin) fed that D.G.
_ ran to give everyone a fair voice in
government. In the process, a debt
was created and now he’s asking
aide to help him reduce this
Scheduled to be present at the
reception are state representatives
Bob Jordan, Lacy Thornberg and
i chairman of the North Carolina De
mocratic Party, David Price.
Food for the reception will be
catered tty award winning chef,
Vernon Alexander of the Radisson
The M&hael Porter Trio will pro
vide the musical entertainment.
Among the leading citizens who
are supporting this endeavor are Dr.
and Mrs. Robert Albright, Mr. and
Mrs. Kelly Alexander Jr., Dr
Mildred B. Davis, Mayor and Mrs.
Harvey Gantt, .attorney Michael
Todd and others.
Tickets are $15 each and can be
purchased from Shirley Farrar at
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always best to be yourself. She
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own Identity. .You shouldn't let
people persuadeyou to do things you
thought of as part of the ‘in crowd.’”
On more worldly matters, this
week’s beauty is opposed to the
hostility between nations. “It seems
tp stem from a lack of communica
tion,'’ she’s deduced. “That's how
trouble gets started.”
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