The Atlanta Constitution from Atlanta, Georgia on November 11, 1990 · 31
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.SUN., NOVEMBER 11, 1990 (The Atlanta imtrnal AD CONSTrrtTIOV B-3 Women: 'We'll reach parity in about 60 years' Continued from Bl j Women in state j legislatures ! Eight Southern states ' ranked among the 10 with the fewest female law-. makers. State Before After Nov. 6 Nov. 6 ; Georgia 24 32 Tennessee 13 16 : S.Carolina 14 16 Arkansas 10 Kentucky 8 Mississippi , 10 10 Alabama Louisiana , One race remains to be decided. Sources: Center for the American . Woman and Politics at Rutgers University; state legislative offices eas, for both sociological and economic reasons. The increasing number of women in the work force not only enlarges the candidate pool, it also politicizes issues that are traditionally female, such as child care. "I think as the two-income families become more entrenched, couples see as important education and child care, care of the elderly and the use of our tax dollars. Women identify with those issues more as there are more in the work force," said Frances Savage, a second-term Mississippi lawmaker. And as the South becomes more urban and more prosperous, Mrs. Felton said, female candidates find more support from the kind of upscale urban' constituency she represents. "Professional men and successful businessmen think it's a good investment to have women in office," she said, "because they are not going to give up their Riled GGP right wing putting Bush on notice ;By Julia Malone -Journal-Constitution Washington Bureau WASHINGTON - At a party : just outside the nation's capital, ; political activists crowded around a cake with the words "Two More Years" on top. The group, marking Tuesday's election, wore buttons declaring their various choices for replacing President Bush. The partygoers weren't Democrats; they were Republicans, furious because Mr. Bush had reneged on his "no new taxes" pledge. So angry that they would prefer Housing Secretary Jack F. Kemp, hard-line conservative commentator Pat Buchanan or retired Marine Lt. Col. Oliver L. North. "I don't think there's any doubt that Bush will be challenged in the primary," declared Howard Phillips, a longtime conservative leader. He said he is ui gumming a urn u u& ijr viivt if the U.S. Taxpayers Party. Richard Viguerie, host of the election-night party, said Mr. Bush's switch on taxes was "the last straw." Mr. Bush "spent the campaign of '88 saying, 'Trust me, I'm a Ronald Reagan conservative,' " complained Mr. Viguerie. "He just lied to us." Mr. Viguerie, head of United Conservatives of America, said he would welcome a GOP challenge by Mr. Buchanan, former candidate Pat Robertson or outgoing Sen. William Armstrong of Colorado. As for the president, Mr. Viguerie chided, "The man has no principles. He's like a boat on a lake with all sail and no rudder." Mr. Bush and other Republicans brush off the harsh talk from the party's right wing. "There's not any discontent among conservatives outside the Beltway" that circles Washington, said Charles Black, acting head of the Republican National Committee. He predicted there would be no challenge to Mr. Bush in the 1992 primaries. Weight Loss Surprises Researchers WASHINGTON - A nutrition organization was hopeful that a nutritionally complete "hi-tech" food tablet would help erase world hunger problems, until study revealed that one of the Ingredients could cause significant weight loss without dieting. Researchers In Europe found that an Ingredient In the aptly named product Food Source One actually caused people to lose weight, even though specifically Instructed to alter normal eating patterns, according to one study published In the prestigious British Journal of Nutrition. Researchers in an earlier study had speculated that the weight loss was due to a decrease in the Intestinal absorption of calories. - While the development of Food Source One, a project of National Dietary Research, would not be Used to successfully fulfill its original goat, the discovery has been a windfall for overweight people. A Daytona Beach, 1990 Omtcron IntornMlontl Florida woman fighting a weight battle i for 12 years used the product on the recommendation of her physician and lost 30 pounds. She stated, "Not only have I lost 30 pounds but my cholesterol has dropped from 232 to 143. 1 have two closets full of clothes which I have1 not fit me in two years that I can now wear." In a separate report, a telephone interview revealed that a Wilmington, North Carolina pharmacist lost 14 pounds In 15 days on the product and was never hungry. Food Source One Is available through physicians and pharmacies without a prescription because It is not a drug and contains only natural Ingredients already know to be safe. Copies of the referenced study are available free from National Dietary Research, Suite 553, 1377 K St., Washington, DC 20005, however please Include $2 postage & handling for each request. . Food Source One Is available at: H.A. King's Drugs South Cobb Pharmacy Avondale Drug & Food 2345peachtreeRd. 4966 Austell Rd 948-81 11 1 N. Clarendon 294-5070 233-2101 ' ' Stewart-LakewoodPhcy EHHESE I WMsfo: 1 2053 Stewart Ave Stone's Pharmacy Medicine Shoppe 766-1125 3389 N. Main 761 -11 88 2221 Salem Rd 483-6811 Savoy Drug 2117SavoyDr 455-1193 Medicine Shoppe 21 55 Pace Sr 787-5698 fi;?;ViiM;- -,l;Viih" I. Collier's Pharmacy 5705 Buford Hwy 455-4433 r. J Duluth Rexall Drugs 3165 Hwy 23 476-3631 Church Street Pharmacy 6t43(;nurcn;ty42-49nz Fayetteville Pharmacy 325N.(flynnSt461-7685 Dunaire Pharmacy 4740 Memorial Dr 292-31 53 Holland & Knight Rx 2575-C Snapf inger Rd 987-2144 2855 Candler Rd 241 -6532 Medicine Shoppe 215 ClairmontAv 378-6415 Hospital Discount Drugs 622 S 8th St 227-7045 Way-Low Drugs 104 WoolseyDr 946-5172 PARKWAY PHARMACY 435 Forest Pkwy 363-6322 Wyatt's Pharmacy - itfsuuanKneaanwy 948-8825 Mableton Pharmacy 744 Bankhead Hwy 948-6611 Johnson's Valu-Rite 4478 Lawrenceville Hwy 466-2264 Move's Pharmacy 230 Covington 957-1 MonfortDrugCo. 161 Perry St 963-2438 Cm Atkins Pharmacy 5lOConcoroRd 435- 9800 Carter's Pharmacy 4371 S. Cobb Dr 436- 5144 Roswell Pharmacy nuMuaoappie Rd 993-9674 Moye's Pharmacy 4717 N. Henry Bl 474-0704 SavRx Drugs 4827 N. Henry 474-3337 Carr's Pharmacy 2340 Main St. 938-3144 Fountain's Drugs 2329 Main St 938-3571 Floyd Junction Pharmc 3711 Austell Rd 436-5263 Guthrlei Pharmacy 2231 Robinson Rd 971-3440 ' 685 Johnson Fry 973-241 4 PeachtreeCltyPharm nnn i . oo: wiiowDeno center 487-8294 Heart Discount Pharm - 706 bpnngdale Drive 997-6500 k ft Perm Payne, who lost her bid to replace state Sea Michael Egan, said being a woman was "no detrimenr in her north Atlanta district time and income to run." Candidate Penn Payne, who lost her bid to replace state Sen. Michael Egan, said being a woman was "no detriment" in her north Atlanta district "It's a well-educated district and affluent and urban, and it's certainly on the cutting edge of where women are politically," Ms. Payne explained. But political observers say the job of state legislator or county commissioner still is coveted in the rural South, resulting in a lower turnover rate and fewer openings for minority or female candidates. "If you live in a small town, if you're in the state Legislature, you really are an important person. You really control important patronage, more so than in the North," Mr. Arlington said. "People hold those seats. They don't want to give them up." The same Southern culture that breeds respect for local politicians tends to discourage political savvy in women. They do not have the traditional support systems that men may have and urban women are learning to develop, say some of the successful female politicians. "We don't have the money. Let's call a spade a spade," said Cathey Steinberg, newly elected state senator from DeKalb County, who lost a 1988 statewide race for the Public Service Commission. "I couldn't raise a couple of . million dollars because we women don't have the support system," Ms. Steinberg said. .llildllUKUMMIuilUKiAMikilOiluUhllt. rf x A mm mm Hancock Sod X' r" Offers You Service With Excellence V" Professional site preparation Free 2 yr. 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