High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Apr 25 1974, Page 9

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 25, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Youthful evangelists go to jail by . Macfeely associated press writer Jacksonville Fla. Apr smiling and carrying their bibles 107 Youthful evangelists have trooped off to jail refusing to accept Freedom if it Means giving up their preaching even for a few Days. County judge Raymond l. Simpson offered the defendants All charged with loitering released on their own recognizance wednesday if they would Promise to quit bothering people in area shopping centers. Their attorney Louis Hardin jr., contended that such conditions would violate the constitutional rights of the defendants. A fall right i will strike the conditions and deny any release on recognizance a the judge replied. He set $26 Bond for each defendant and set arraignment for monday. Smiting As they went the 35 Young women and 72 Young men marched to separate jails. Another 30 persons paid the Bond and were freed a we done to try to get arrested a said Jerry Romprey 32, a Leader who was not jailed. He said the group known As a Christ is the answer a was founded two years ago in Milwaukee and has grown from 60 members to 240. All travel in a 44-vehicle caravan usually staying in a City for about eight weeks. He said the group frequents shopping centers because that a where they find people. A the lord told us to go into the world and preach the gospel wherever people Are a he explained. Police said the group arrived from fort Lauderdale this week and after getting permission to conduct missionary work in a shopping Center began grabbing people to get them to listen. Customers complained and merchants called police. The arrests were made tuesday. Quot we done to harass anybody a Romprey said. A the merchants Are just very uptight about us talking about prime rate reaches 1016% High Point Enterprise thursday april 25, 1974 9a new York a More than to major commercial Banks including the worlds largest have raised their prime lending rate to a record 10m per cent. Analysts attributed the latest increase in the prime to High rates for Short term Loans on which Banks rely for their funds. The prime is the rate Banks charge their most creditworthy corporate customers. It is not tied directly to other Bank loan rates but a higher prime can also Lead to increases in those rates. Leading the list of Banks raising the prime to 104 per cent wednesday was the san Francisco based Bank of America the worlds largest. Others taking the step included new Yorkus chemical Bank the nations sixth largest commercial Bank Mellon Bank of Pittsburgh 13th in size nation Al Bank of Detroit 17th, and first National Bank of Boston 18th. Bloody Emblem Barbers were originally surgeons. Surgeon Barbers of the 18th Century adopted As their Emblem a pole of red and White spirals situated in a brass Basin with a semicircular opening in the rim. Galifianakis would boost Oil taxes Raleigh Apu. S. Senate candidate Nick Galifianakis has proposed changes in the taxes on Oil companies to help foot the Bill for a tax Cut for citizens. Galifianakis told a news conference wednesday he would boost the taxes paid by Oil companies by reducing the 22 per cent Oil depletion allowance and eliminating the foreign tax credit american corporations can claim against their Domestic taxes. Galifianakis noted that some of the Oil companies announced a a astounding profits this week. He said the present Oil depletion allowance is a a unrealistic and a must be brought into line with the real research needs the Oil companies have in developing new sources of Energy a the former tar Heel congressman told newsmen a the foreign tax credit allows american corporations to realize massive tax advantages by reaching across the seas and placing part of their operations beyond the immediate reach of the internal Revenue Galifianakis again called for increasing individual income tax exemptions from $750 to $1,200. He said a it is time for an economic policy which will help the working Man make ends heavy Load baht it Ria by j 4.29 value limit i per customer please 22-pack of heavy Load trash and Lawn bags use these big Tough 33-gallon capacity bags for garbage for leaves or grass clippings. Or As basement or garage storage containers. Made of 2-Mil plastic lipped for easy opening. Special Box dispenses them one at a time. 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