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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - August 11, 1976, High Point, North Carolina 6a High Point Enterprise wednesday August la 1976 state treasurer candidates dip into own pockets for Campaign six More Antenna safety rules convicted issued after 9 deaths Raleigh a it a the coffers of two democratic candidates for state treasurer Are Well supplied. And Campaign finance reports filed tuesday indicate that the candidates themselves Are helping to keep them full. Lane Brown gave his own Campaign $40,, and got another $24,000 from his father and brother his spending total is $165,000 his rival assistant state treasurer Harlan Boyles reported spending $173,000 he supplied $125,000 himself. According to Campaign spokesman Bob Wood Boyles donated $8,500�?and $2,000 of pm kind contributions. He borrowed the remaining $114,500 from first citizens Bank and Trust co. Of Raleigh with which he would have to Deal if elected prominent on the donor lists of both candidates were banking Industry figures one Industry group Commonwealth associates covered both Fields by giving Brown $2000 and Boyles $1,000. It represents employees of first Union National Bank of Charlotte. Other Campaign finance reports filed tuesday indicate that democratic candidate for insurance commissioner Joe Johnson is out spending incumbent John Ingram by nearly 10-to-l. Challenger Johnson is a favored by insurance agents and other Industry figures who have been unhappy with the tour years of regulation under Ingram. Johnson s donors include Richard Brantley executive director of the North Carolina insurance agents association and More than 2,000 contributors who gave a total of $164,000. Johnson reported spending $150,000 through july 31. He is one of Only a few candidates who has not had to dip into personal funds or go into debt to finance his Campaign by contrast. Ingram raised $23,000 and spent $16000. In the gubernatorial race. Republican Coy Privette reported raising $67,000 and spending $61,000 his most generous contributor was his wife who loaned him $15.ock to Start the Campaign Jake Alexander reported having raised $53,000�?$20,000 of which he loaned the Campaign Mars life May stay mystery Pasadena Calif. Api a Mars is still puzzling Viking scientists with its a fancy chemistry that mimics life but Many experts feel the riddles can be solved by further Vining tests some scientists say it will probably take until late this month to determine if the planet s highly Active soil is harbouring any kind of life but there is a gloomier assessment or Joshua Lederberg a renowned biologist and expert in the Field of extraterrestrial life said he thinks that the most Likely outcome at the completion of further experiments will be that scientists will be in approximately the same current position. They will have a set of very exciting and very provocative data i but will not have made a j definite conclusion researchers at a forum on life research said tuesday they have not determined yet whether surprising Gas generation in test samples of Martian soil is a sign of life or activity produced by puzzling chemical reactions we re seeing some fancy chemistry there s no doubt about it. Said or. Leslie Orgel of the sulk Institute Quot but biology does even fancier he said. Quot the question is is this sufficiently sophisticated to say that it could t be done by inorganic non living means0 at this Point we would have to say. No it does several experiments on Mars and some on Earth Are planned to identify the processes. One. A search for organic molecules in Mars soil should report its results tins weekend. Or. Norman Horowitz is the head of one of the experiments that showed strange activity in the Martian soil scooped into Vikings automated biological Laboratory. He said the test would be run again with a Sample of soil heated to destroy any life if the activity has disappeared that would Point to life in the soil. He said those results should be ready by aug. 23. Mark Short Democrat for n c. Houtos of re elect a proven legislative Leader past chairman Many committees. A decode of dedicated Public service. Pm id to by Friend Mark Shart a coordinator vote for commissioner Richard Pugh in the Republican primary August 17th, Quot Randolph county will grow at a rapid rate in the coming years. We must have certain protective standards for the health and safety of the citizens who already live in Randolph county and Protection for those who May wish to live Here in the Quot there Are presently two members on the Randolph county Board of commissioners who Are in the building and development business. Do you the people think there should be another member on the Board who is in the building and development business who could Benefit directly from a reduction in the protective standards that would serve his own special business interest Quot vote Richard Pugh Randolph county commissioner August 17hv for the Protection of a citizens Quot paid for by Richard Pugh and Republican for governor David Flaherty is far ahead of his opponents in Campaign spending having raised $140,000 Waverly Akins and Jimmy Green Are the biggest spenders in the race for lieutenant governor. Akins a wealthy Farrier lawyer from Fuquay Varina reported receiving $291,000 and spending $285,000. Green a tobacco warehouseman spent $241,000, his report said he loaned his Campaign $125,000 other democratic candidates in that race Are running less expensive campaigns. Howard Lee former Chapel Hill mayor reported spending $120,000. Herbert Hyde said he spent $80,000 and John Jordan said he spent $72,000�?$59,000 of which he donated himself. Nearly 2,000 contributors donated Money to Leeds Campaign. Most of whom gave less than $100. But he got the Legal limit of $3,000 from Texas oilman Walter r. Davis the chairman of the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill s trustees. Two other texans friends of Davis also gave $3,000 each and Davis contributed another $3,000 to Green. Akins biggest contributors were contractors including j Vav York and f n. Richards of Raleigh incumbents Are being outspent by challengers in other Council of state races Lillian woo reported spending $57 too to unseat state auditor Henry Bridges who has spent $15,000. In the race Tor superintendent of Public instruction Ben Curtin said he has spent $26,000 to defeat incumbent a. Craig Phillips who lift spent $2,477 leading the spending in the democratic race for commissioner of labor was Jessie bae Scott who has spent More than $50,000 John Brooks reported expenditures of $20,000 and Robert Dunnagan said he spent $22,000. Raleigh a a Wake county District court judge has found six More lobbyists or the employers who retain them guilty of failing to file legally required financial forms with the Secretary of state. The six join 24 others convicted and fined last month on the same charges. A total of 83 cases have been filed by Wake dist. Atty. Burley b Mitchelljr against lobbyists who were Active during the 1976 general Assembly session but failed to file financial statements. Those found guilty tuesday by judge Stafford g Bullock were each fined $50. They Are Zollie Thomas Farmer lobbyist for the n c. Pork producers association the pork producers association the Legal Aid society of Durham 2 counts computer elections systems inc. Of Torrance Calif. . Dental laboratories and state farm insurance. Charlotte a nine persons have been electrocuted in North Carolina and South Carolina this year while putting up or taking Down antennas for citizens band radios. Five of them died last week when the antennas touched Power lines. This has led the Duke Power co. To Issue safety instructions. At least one manufacturer the Shakespeare Industrial fiberglas division of Columbia s.c., plans to include with its equipment a warning that it should be handled safely. A spokesman at the Antenna specialists co. In Cleveland Ohio says the company will consider inserting a warning in manuals. Duke Power has recommended that cobers Check All distances from Power lines to the Point where the Antenna will be installed to be absolutely Safe an Antenna should be located where it could not possibly touch a Power line if it Falls Duke warns a Charlote dealer says he always cautions purchasers of base station antennas about the hazards. Bruce Hoffman general manager for radio shacks seven Charlotte stores says he is going to recommend that the company put a red warning sticker on instructions in its Antenna kits. Three persons were killed on monday aug. 2, at Laurel Springs in Alleghany county n.c., while helping put up an Antenna for a crippled member of the family. The Accident started a fire which burned the House Down a Man and woman were electrocuted last thursday in great Falls authorities said they had removed an Antenna from the Side of a garage or shed and were preparing to install it on a nearby trailer when it fell across a Power line. Near Charlotte a Man lived to Tell about his Antenna Accident. His was helping to take the Antenna out of a tree on june 2 when it hit a Power line he was shocked by the juice from the 7,200-Volt line was knocked unconscious arid was burned on an Arm stomach and foot. He got skin grafts in a Hospital. The Man Ames g. White had used the cd handle Cross tie because he works for the Southern railway. Quot i will work hard to insure that the furniture Market remains in High Point. A Guilford s sen. Sebo paid for by Sebo for sonata committee i e 11 Marceline Burton Democrat for county commissioner lives in Rural Guilford works in Greensboro paid for by Marceline Burton food town food town does unless our costs increase i amp Dri Fri skies cat Quantity rights reserved food Stamps Welcome if you Ara unable to Faut any item adv Orstead at a reduced Pete aah Corah tar for a Ain Check. Del in in Vii Pepsi cola 12-ox. Cans tight a fresh Frozen glazed or Jelly doughnuts the total telis the truth food torn rat fit i Meta of Elf Mouv Saltine crackers i Bho .61 .69 a thecial so jump liquid Aryl. Room Sao Iago of of of n Mav my 12 of. A 125 169 Sotinos pizzas a a in pkg .89 105 Lovell Simboan manuf i a stuffed olives. M of 126 j49 unh1 m Temi. In Ash of okra amp tomatoes a o a n .45 .51 sum bum okra Corn amp tomatoes 303. An .45 .51 syp Forim of Tanto Cut okra. A As .38 .42 gum by time is Ian lemonade mix a 33 of. Of 2� 249 51011 5 pm fruit cocktail a i of a a \ .28 .32 Sto i i Mimsi fruit cocktail 303 Cas .45 .49 r Sio a a 5 it m i gut Green Beans a of a Cas .20 .22 in of Eft 5 has Cut Green Beans 303 a As .29 .33 i t of it a s statist Cut Green Beans a As .44 .49 Sto of s r or Soh so Green Beans. E c a n .29 .33 Sto to smolt of Coias Golden Corn. .37 .41 k of am s whip Miracle i i b up.64 .74 Tyr Margheim whipped parkay. In Phi .64 .74 Large Juicy Vine ripened i 7 i _ t. White seedless grapes Sweet red Ripe watermelons la. Red Ripe Juicy nectarines Sweet and Juicy red plums Large Juicy Sunkist Lemons to Juicy Sweet Sunkist oranges 4 new crop Bartlett pears 3 lbs 99 6-ct. Pack 69 evaporated pet Usu tall can 28c red Ripe Home grown tomatoes Juicy Sweet j red grapes disposable toddler baby pampers a a a a a 12-ct Box $133 Why pay.87� 20v off Label fabric softener Bounce 40-ct. Box s1 49 Why pay $1.95 Pepsi cola a 7-up diet Pepsi a tru Ade a or. Pepper c 64-oz. Bottle 69 Why pay 89< in 11 6open 8 00am to Loro pm at these two locations in High Point a 2625 South main street2300 North main Street beside k Mart

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