High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Apr 21 1976, Page 34

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 21, 1976, High Point, North Carolina At amp to seeks interstate rate hike Washington a american Telephone amp Telegraph co. Is asking the Federal communications commission to approve proposed rate increases for interstate private lines effective May 19 at amp to filed the new rates in what has come to be called the Hilo rate Case late monday it will Call the new system a Multi schedule private at amp to said it would mean increases for most of its 20,-000 private line customers. But the Impact like that of the Hilo Tariff it replaces is expected to fall heavily on National news wire services the earlier proposal j whose full imposition has been delayed by a court order would have increased wire costs to the associated press by $13 million an j dually or 34 per cent the Impact of the new pro Powals on wire services was not detailed by at amp to but the pattern of increases was similar to that in the old proposal Short haul private lines in areas away from major j cities would Bear the Brunt of j the increases this Type of service makes up the bulk of j the news service leases from at amp to an at amp to representative told the a that the increases under the proposal announced monday would be higher than in the previous plan but he did not attach a figure to his statement at amp to said if the acc approves the new rate this would add $4 million to its $314 million in annual Revenue from private lines. In a separate but related action. At amp to also proposed $3 million in increased Revenue Tor its Telepak Shoreline bulk service the announcement did not detail How added charges would be divided among specific customers however under the previous proposal the major news wire services alone would have had their costs increased by $2 4 million annually a u s appeals court stay Here against imposition of the first proposal on the news wire services also stands in the Way of the new proposal As regards the wire services the court is expected to hear arguments in the Case later this Yea her Hobby is trashy but needed Miami Ian a old shoes discarded clothing Beer cans and cigarette Butts it s All the same to 17-year-old Wendy Stevens litter and picking it up is her Hobby somebody has to do it this City should be kept says the High school Honor student who has been 1 collecting other people s refuse for two years. Quot i just saw it All around and figured that the Only Way it was going to change was if people got into cleaning up instead of throwing trash around miss Stevens said she spends about three hours a week picking up trash and putting it in the proper containers she concentrates on smaller items because City sanitation workers usually take care of the larger ones Quot sometimes 1 11 take an afternoon and just pick up trash she said a anytime i have some time to kill 1 11 just Start picking up a in two years of carrying a big shopping bag and collecting All types of refuse miss Stevens says one category of litter is her pet Peeve a a cigarette Butts. She s gathered up 25 pounds of them since beginning her litter collecting Hobby a it s All disgusting but i think cigarette Butts Are the worst there s such an abundance of them and they Burn the greenery and get All soggy Quot she explained miss Stevens said she wants the City to give her a Job talking to High school students about litter and singing the songs she has written about it. Young people she said Are the worst offenders. A i be made informal surveys of Young people and they re not even conscious of their actions when they litter a she said. That s the most disturbing thing she conceded that her family and friends think Shes but she said she s noticed a change in some of them lately. How do you rate your food store does the food store in which you Are now shopping offer you the services that you really want Check the list below to see How your store stacks up yes m a we Reserve the right to limit quantities a none sold to dealers prices Good thru sat., april 24th in High Point mall Fairfield Plaza Jamestown shopping getter a u. S. Choice heavy Grain Feo m mid Western beef everyday Low shelf prices 1st of the week it week end deep Cut specials in All departments private labels that offer you savings. At no sacrifice in Quality Harvest fresh top Quality produce a service with a smile if you checked Quot yes Quot on All of the above you re already shopping w d. If not you should give us a try remember. You shop in All departments it at Winn Dixie you get savings in All departments homogenized or 2% Low fat super Brand milk Kellogg s Rice Kris pies 13 of Box 58 Heinz Ketchup 32 of Btl. 73 Thrifty maid Elbow Macaroni 8 of pkg 19 Thrifty maid Catsup 32 of Btl 67 All flavors Sego liquid 3$00 10 of a cans a deep South Sandwich spread 16 of. Jar 59 mazola Corn Oil 99 24 of Btl Best of show dog food chunk or ration 59 25 la bag 3 8 8 8 fertilizer $829 50 la. Bag 2 assorted varieties Rose Bushes $079 a 2 Pillsbury flour Plain or self rising to 5 la bag High Point mall r. R. George mgr. Fairfield Plaza. W. A. Tyree mgr. Jamestown shopping Oerter r. W. Barlow mgr. High Point Moll new store hours . 1 30 . I .-7 . Fairfield a Jamestown stores open 14 sunday i

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