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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - August 3, 1973, High Point, North Carolina Highway 109 Thomasville american International ctn House passes pipeline Bill disagreements remain beef for Nixon by Dale Nelson associated press writer Washington a environmentalists were Defeated in another major Effort to Block the Alaska Oil pipeline As the House followed the Senate a Lead and approved building the 789-mile system. The House thursday voted 356 to 60 for the facility despite the concern expressed on the floor in nearly to hours of debate Over Oil spills both on land and in coastal Waters. But principal backers of the pipeline say major Dis agreements Between both houses still stand in the Way of final passage. Toronto Butcher Henry Federman was upset by the refusal of a Washington company to Supply the White House with Steak so he a sending $100 Worth of sirloin to Bones and roasts to president Nixon on ice. Federman says he has beef to spare and is doing his duty. The Washington company blamed Nixon a Economy measures for the beef storage there and sent him hamburger instead. Library Loans pets to children los Alamitos Calif. Apr children who want to try out a pet for a Short time can borrow one for a week from a Library Here. All it takes is a Library card to Check out a Rabbit Chameleon Guinea pig Hamster Turtle or rat. In All there Are 20 pets available for loan kept in Little cages in the children a Section of the los Alamitos Rossmoor Library. A a we be got a waiting list of 26 for our Rabbit Honey Bunny j and most of the animals Are out most of the time a says Joyce Kearns children a Section director. Mrs. Kearns decided last Spring to feature a a creatures for summer Reading. Hearing of a similar lending program in Erie pa., she contacted the principal of a nearby elementary school in the Orange county Community and got permission to keep the schools animals at the Library during the summer a wire photo five textile Mills want to raise subsidies for Rich Farmers draw fire a i done to look for a Long the Bill permits the Secretary drawn out conference but there of the Interior to Grant rights of Way in some circumstances in excess of the 50-foot maximum provided by the Mineral leasing act of 1920. It limits this authority to Oil and Gas pipelines unlike the Senate version which sets up new procedures for granting rights of Way across Federal lands for All transportation and transmission purposes. The $3.5-billion pipeline expected to Start moving Oil in 1978 if finally approved would stretch from the Rich Oil Fields of the Prudhoe Bay area on alaskans North slope to the ice free port of Valdez. Are important differences a rep. John Melcher d-mont., said after the House vote. A the Broad Range of the Senate Bill affecting All types of rights of Way on Public lands flies in the face of the House Bill a Melcher said. Melcher chairman of the Interior subcommittee which put the Bill together led the fight for it on the floor. He probably will be a member of the House Senate conference committee which will begin meetings after Congress returns from its August recess. Environmentalists have expressed fears of damaging Oil spills on the Overland route or the course along which tankers will transport the Oil from Valdez to refineries on puget sound in Washington state. They attempted by offering two amendments to Clear the Way for further environmental suits against the project or to delay it pending a study of an alternate route through Canada. Both amendments were Defeated. Tonight anyone who loses his mind will receive free psychiatric care Washington i a five South Carolina textile Mills plan to Tell a Federal official next week Why 10,000 employees in their companies should get More . Officials from the Mills Are to meet with a Cost of living Council official Don Irwin thursday. The firms Are Alice manufacturing co., Easley Clinton Mills Clinton Greenwood Mills Greenwood Mayfair Mills Arcadia and spar want meat at 25c lb.? buy it alive Greensboro apr one Way to beat the High Cost of meat has become a craze in Greensboro go to a nearby farm to buy live chickens. Neill Mcfarland has been advertising chickens four five Pound Birds for $5�?for a week. He has disposed of 6,000 of them and expects to sell Aneth preschool and elementary "4��� b7 the Middle one it school children Are allowed to Check out animals taking them Home in their Library cages. At Home they re allowed to take them out and pet them All they want. Housewives find the Cost attractive. It works out to 25 cents a Pound. But As one observed a now in be got to kill it and pick a i Mcfarland annually Sells his a weeks Supply of food to room for ii younger Birds but this year the a customers have come in great Tan Mills Spartanburg. Alice raised its workers an average of 7 per cent june 25, and the other firms planned to match that july 9. However the Council asked them to postpone the hike. Anti inflation guidelines limit boosts to about 5v2 per cent. Officials of the five companies met with Irwin in mid july and were told to submit additional information. A spokesman for the Council Erie ranter said a i think the fact that we re spending this much time on the textile Case indicates we re very much concerned about the Mills contend they Are allowed to give a second increase in a year because their employees who make under $3.50 per hour Are exempt from controls. The textile Industry estimates that Only 5 per cent of Mill workers earn More than that. This week the Council changed its rules applying to persons making More than $3.50 an hour who have coworkers earning less. It said the higher workers May get More if raises Are con sisent with previous practices of their employers. By Carl c. Craft associated press writer Washington a proponents of the farm Bill including big labor sought to keep the Bill from being ambushed in the House today by critics of subsidies for Rich Farmers or opponents of food Stamps for strikers. Strategy sessions took place throughout the House Side of Capitol Hill thursday in parliamentary mane vering that could mean life or death for the s e n a t a passed Compromise farm and food stamp Bill. Mindful that any controversial amendment could destroy terms already accepted by the Senate the Bill a defenders were expected to push for Only minor changes they feel would be acceptable to the Senate. They Hope to Cut off possible moves by House critics for major revisions. A if we can to beat their motion we re sunk a said rep. Paul Findley a ill. Findley said he wanted to put into the Compromise a a loophole closing provisions aimed at keeping wealthy Cotton Farmers from leasing or Selling part of their allotments As a Means of escaping the Bill a new $20,-000 per Farmer annual subsidy limit. Meanwhile rep. William l. Dickinson r-ala., was expected to press for his Amend ment Banning food Stamps for most strikers. The House originally passed it 213 to 207. Senate House conferees broke up in disagreement on the Dickinson amendment after resolving 110 other Points of conflict Between the earlier versions of separate Senate and House farm Bills. The four year Compromise Bill would change the computation of Cotton and Grain Price supports to a a target Price concept. This would remain at a constant $2.05 a Bushel for wheat $1.38 a Bushel for Corn and 38 cents a Pound for Cotton during 1974 and 1975. J w hat s on at the Ned Carolina Ammer pc Tiv cil Winston Salem j j tonight Man of la Mancha j Reynolds Aud. 5 festival film theatre 8 15 Crawford Hall tickets on Sale at the door 882-0710 Albert r. Broccoli and Harry Saltzman present Roger James Moore Bond Jan Fleming a i Weand Lethe a Tuple Avalanche of grim horror 8 373 8 eur Pix International Ltd. Presents 1st hit Allim color revenge of the living read Mario Sava s curse of the living dead i 3rd hit i pm a directed b features 3-5-7-9 held Over fangs of the living dead with Anita Ehberg pm special Shock a insurance opens at 9 00 thunderbird drive in theatre i 812 Greensboro Road Start at dusk is donated by friends of the Library. A one of the big advantages of these animals is that because of their experiences in the school they Are used to being handled by children and respond to it Well a mrs. Kearns says. Or almost Stampede numbers. A they Call and ask me what to bring to put the chickens in. I Tell them we tie the feet. That Sall. A but i suggest that they bring some papers to put them Mcfarland said. A lot of water As of 1970, the United states was withdrawing a total of 370 billion Gallons of water a Day from surface and ground water sources to meet the needs of americans. This amounts to an average of about 1,800 Gallons per Day per person. Three locations to serve you 2000 n. Main St. Tel. 885-8197 Southgate shopping Conter Tel. 885-2063 518 National Highway Thomasville Tel. 475-6514dracula�?Ts blood Rotker is Holdover 8 in 3r94s a mrs presents is 3 3 Nav Blun United artists features 1 45-3 30-5 25 Evju 710-9 00 Uil Martin twin i 7 20 -9 15 sat. Amp Sun. Times 1 50-3 40-5 30-7 20-9 15 8 3 73 e 1801 Westchester or788 i i the Poseidon adventure is without any doubt the \ most exciting and entertaining film that /3h\has Ever hit the _ big screen w �?�on0 j Quot the Mackintosh w /. Am Quot .71 a �o0ip0 9. Man Quot August 13th sound of music we play All the hits High p0iht action hit of premiere be tear mad Dod killers men and and from death Row-1 condemned to Devil s islands u.s.a., where living dying is worse than terminal Island Phyllis Davis a Don Marshall a Ena Hartman a Marta Kristen plus a the worlds most Beautiful women.,. A single girls 8 7-731 High Point Enterprise Friday August 3, 1973 9a

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