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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - August 9, 1972, High Point, North Carolina North Carolina beaches losing Battle against litter High Point Enterprise wednesday aug. 9, 1972 5a by Reese Hart associated Prass writer North Carolinas coastal beaches apparently Are fighting a losing Battle against the mounting problem of empty Beer cans paper cups and other litter. In some Beach areas the cans and cups nearly outnumber the sea shells. Atlantic Beach police capt. L. S. Overman complained that a people even take our Beach garbage cans. We painted the cans Orange but still they take a cleanup Campaign at Long Beach Early in april produced 21 truckloads of cans and other litter but a within a week you Tell it a said town manager Jack Hayward. A a it a a hard Job trying to keep the Beach clean a said Jack Webb Carolina Beach town manager. A most people seem to think somebody s going to clean up behind them so they just toss their litter on the the problem is about the same up and Down the coast. A a it a not limited to beaches a said George e. Pickett director of the North Carolina office of water and air resources. A the litter problem exists in All recreational areas. Some people Are simply irresponsible and disregard litter he added a we have received quite a few letters complaining bitterly about the litter on beaches. In be talked with local Beach officials and they say it s a difficult costly thing to police the beaches and enforce the ordinances against Pickett said that while his office is not directly concerned with the litter problem a the recreational value of clean beaches to the state and the pollution problems fall within our Hugh h. Perry jr., Wrightsville Beach town manager said the solution May be an ordinance prohibiting any eating or drinking on beaches. Quot its going to have to come to that a Perry told the associated press. A Atlantic City has such an ordinance and it is rigidly p e r by said Wrightsville Beach has an ordinance prohibiting persons from taking drink cans and bottles on the Beach a but this does t Stop them from taking paper cups and styrofoam lbs by he said much of the litter problem at beaches is caused by persons who go to the seashore for one Day and carry their lunch and drinks. A a certain percentage of them done to even bother to clean up their litter a Perry said. He added a your life guards do a pretty darn Good Job of keeping bottles and cans off the Beach in swimming Webb said several sanitation workers with a jeep and trailer go out once a week at Carolina Beach and clean up the area. He added. A we can get a trailer Load once a week. If we had time we could get capt. Overman said residents at Atlantic reach complain about the litter. A a lot of times they assist us in cleaning up the Beach a he Eagleton Memorabilia entices speculators tank explodes then flies a Large chemical tank in a storage area in san Pedro calif., flies into the air after exploding during a fire Eastern sales open tuesday. The tank about 40 feet High and 20 feet around soared More than too feet into the air. A wire photo tobacco brings $85.85 Raleigh. N. C. A opening sales on the Eastern Belt for flue cured tobacco tuesday gave Farmers a record average of $85 85 per Hundred pounds the Federal state Market news service reported. Seven of the 17 markets on the Belt opened for the season on the earliest Date in history. The remaining markets will open aug. 21. Meanwhile the South Carolina and Border North Carolina Belt had another Good sales Day although the average was 19 cents lower than monday at $86 29. A total of 8.771.371 pounds was sold on the Border Belt while 2.822,510 pounds was sold on Eastern Belt markets. Mondays sales on the Border Belt averaged $86 48, bringing the seasons average for 74,601,-463 pounds to $84.20. The Eastern Belt markets holding auctions were Wilson. Greed Ville Kinston Rocky mount. Smithfield. Goldsboro and Farmville. John Cyrus marketing specialist with the North Carolina department of agriculture said at the Greenville warehouse a this is the Best break of tobacco in be seen on opening Day. He said Leaf weight Grain and Overall Quality a was unusually Good for first Day priming and Jim Graham the states agriculture commissioner also was at Greenville and said the Early opening of the Belt will slow the and to become pregnant receives Many answers by Gerald Storch associated Prass writer Philadelphia a the advertisement read a wanted female to become pregnant. Must be under 26. Caucasian intelligent and interesting. $10,000 fee plus expenses for an 18-month period plus educational scholarships and fringe How Many women would be willing to enter into 6uch an arrangement hundreds says Leonard e. Goodfarb a Philadelphia accountant who placed the phony vant and last week in the underground newspaper a thursday s Goodfarb said tuesday he Las received Calls from about m women and has interviewed about 20 applicants in person a the forces of life the urges hat make one want to create if a still present a Goodfarb said. A this is very refreshing after Reading about abortions and contraceptives and All Many of the women did t want any Money at All he said a and curiously enough no one asked who the father would Goodfarb described the potential mothers As a very Nice and polite in tone rather than desperate. A one said the idea always fascinated her having a child a a another one a fashion Model from California said that she does no to like the idea of marriage but she does like the idea of a child. A and another was a wife who said she could use the Money to put her husband through Goodfarb told callers he represented a childless Philadelphia couple. The wife he Liberty. . A David Friedland a 40-year-old grocer with a speculators Streak has taken a flyer on 7,-000 Mcgovern Eagleton bumper stickers 100,000 Tab pins and 99.000 buttons. He bought up the full in a Ven tory of Mcgovern Eagleton advertising items last week from votes unlimited a subsidiary of Ross industries of Ferndale . The inventory also included 1.000 pens and l-000 catalogues listing available Mcgovern Eagleton artefacts. Ross industries said it was glad to get rid of the stuff. Since sen. George Mcgovern dropped sen. Thomas f. Eagleton of Missouri As his running mate the Ross switchboard had been swamped with Calls asking to buy. Useless As Campaign goods the Eagleton supplies suddenly had become collectors items. Ross sold the Batch to Friedland at an undisclosed Price so the firm could handle regular business a Campaign materials with a new set of names. A a in a a collector of sorts Quot said Friedland a i took a Gamble that it would become a collectors so far business is pretty Good. Friedland said orders have come from As far away As the state of Washington. A the smithsonian institution has ordered five copies of each item for display and cataloguing a he said and added a Eagleton himself has purchased a said. A a it a the people in Here just for a Day that contribute to the littering. They done to seem to be concerned about keeping the Beach Atlantic Beach also sends out a sanitation Crew once a week to collect cans cups and other litter and generally Spruce up the area. Aycock Brown manager and news director of the dare county tourist Bureau at Manteo said the problem is not As bad on the outer Banks where the Beach stretches for Many Miles. Hayward said. A most people done to give a Hoot about keeping the Beach clean. We operate a Beach patrol with a jeep hut he a Only one Man and can to keep an Eye on everyone Over an eight and one half mile stretch. We be Given warnings to several persons about he added a it does t seem to do much Good. When the officer is out of sight the littering resumes. It s like the change of the tide. A lot of our Beach residents clean up in front of their cottages but within a Day or two the litter is there jut moved into town looking for a Good to fondly Bike believing Church you re invited the colonial Heights Baptist Church we Mandril is lint hat rival or Imp amm we Don Ato aug Lull a., it Cran cd i Ltd self styling adorn 13-oz. Can as2.35 value regular hold hard to hold or ultimate hold save $1.26 just look at All the Good bargains at White shield hires scope once in the morning 17 of. Family size is s9 flow of North Carolina tobacco to Georgia and Florida markets. He said a last year North Carolina growers sold 82 million pounds of tobacco on the Georgia Florida Market. It appears that possibly no More than 15 to 16 million pounds will be moved South this year. A there is every reason to believe that the volume of tobacco moving South will be fur ther reduced compared to last season As Early limited open Ings take place in the East. Middle and old the commissioner said. But Graham added that the limited opening will Cut the Export of North Carolina Leaf to the South by no More than half of its previous level. Said was unable to Bear a child for medical reasons. Later he admitted there was no such couple. A was a professional economic mathematician i wanted to find out what Price pregnancy a he said in explanation of the and. A but on a deeper level i wanted to pinpoint a serious sociological problem a suppose your wife can to produce a child. Do you throw her out maybe she a Nice you love her. So Here they would have years and childless a Wai an Ideal Goodfarb a 45. Married 21 asked whether such a method would be suitable for him. A my wife a Only temporarily impaired so i have no immediate reason to do anything like that myself a he replied. A however. If two or three years from now we were still childless and if it were a customary practice i might turn to ii value closeup sup of whitening toothpaste and mouthwash in on new in the High Point Thomasville area family size close up 53 roller Champion flour makes biscuits so big they take twice As much Honey. We know its distressing. But that s what happens when you use roller Champion flour. You get a whiter lighter higher biscuit. And everything suffers by comparison. Of it s not just a coincidence. It happens every time in fact we actually guarantee it. Of roller Champion flour does t make the whitest lightest highest biscuits you be Ever baked Well give you your Money Back. We make a Good honest Deal. Because our flour makes a Good honest biscuit. Look for roller Champion flour the next time you go to the grocery store of it s not on the shelf yet ask your grocer to order it for you. Roller Champion flour. It makes a difference. Or your Money Back. Bayer timed release aspirin e int cwt mini us mar non Tash is i am to it Ains Ash bin bottle of 72 tablets $1 52 save 47 save 30 tryl0n foaming Bath Oil m Satin Pillow slips Lilac a Jasmine Apple Blossom or line 27 of. Bottle sleeping pretty a a a $3.95 Pink a Blue value White note we Reserve the right to limit quantities on specials open daily 9-6 open Friday 9-9 134 n. 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