High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Aug 26 1976, Page 48

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
High Point Enterprise, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1976, High Point, North Carolina20 per cent in two years teachers to seek pay hike Raleigh a the North Carolina association of educators Nae has committed itself to asking the general Assembly for a 20 per cent pay raise in the 1977-79 biennium and the state Board of education May take a similar action. Or. . Dawson executive Secretary of the Nae said wednesday that his organization would seek a 10 per cent pay increase for teachers effective july 1, 1977, followed by another 10 per cent the following july 1. He described the request As reasonable and said such an increase would make up for the rising Cost of living in recent years. The state Board of education was to consider a similar pay increase request today As it begins review ing spending proposals submitted for possible inclusion in the Board s budget request of the legislature. A. Craig Phillips superintendent of Public instruction said the plan was a responsible reasonable salary if that increase were granted state budget officials estimated that it would Cost the state million in the two year period. In 1975, the state Board of education asked the legislature for a-20 per cent pay raise for teachers Dur ing the 1975-77 biennium. State revenues were below expectations forcing the general Assembly to make drastic budget cuts. Teachers and state workers were not granted a pay raise july and were Given a raise of a year plus 4 per cent on july 1 this year. The Nae had lob bied for a 17 per cent raise during the second half of this biennium. Dawson said the Nae would also seek higher pay for teachers with 20 and 25 years of service reduced class sizes and improved retirement benefits. High Point Enterprise thursday August 26, 1976 a panel to recommend changes in rape Laws Charlotte a a jury won t convict in rape cases if it Means death says a member of a state legislative research commis Sion studying sexual assaults. Everyone from victims to Law officers to psychiatrists wants to get rid of the death penalty which is mandatory in some rape cases she adds. A jury would convict if they could give him 10 Miriam Wallace of Charlotte said in an inter View the commission will propose changes in the state rape Laws before the 1977 Genera Assembly meets. Mrs. Wallace said she is convinced most rapists can not be rehabilitated. She said rape is a repeater crime. Very often the rapist gets out of of jail and rapes again. The persons who have been convicted seem not Able to be rehabilitated at least under our present system we want to get these people off the streets rape definitely is an act of violence not of sex. The rapist is angry with the world. He can t go hit other males because he probably will lose so he overpowers a during the past year the commission has studied sex Ual assault Laws and heard testimony from psychiatrists lawyers judges rape crisis Center workers rape victims and Law enforcement officials. It also listened to tapes and letters from rapists. Mrs. Wallace said Many rapes in North Carolina Are not reported because the victim is afraid of what peo ple will think of in North Carolina a woman s past sexual experience is brought out in court no matter whether it s relevant or not. If a woman has Ever lived with anybody else forget mrs Wallace said. The commission began by listening to rape victims. The testimony women gave was shocking and enlightening. Mrs. Wallace added. Almost a dozen women testified. Some had been raped by strangers others by dates. There were several cases of incest and at least one in which a Man legally separated from his wife and living apart forcefully raped her. Under current state Law a husband can be charged with rape Only if he helps another Man rape his own wife mrs. Wallace said. Mrs. Wallace said she would support Laws dividing rape cases into several degrees but imposing fixed sentences with no parole and no time off for Good behaviour. She said the commission May recommend outlawing testimony about a victim s sexual past changing the language in rape Laws to make a homosexual attack a rape instead of an unnatural act. And changing the Defini Tion of rape to include forced Oral and anal acts. Those Are presently classified As crimes against nature. Itt names Sanford to Board new York a former North Carolina gov. And Duke University presi Dent Terry Sanford has been elected to the Board of directors of International Telephone and Telegraph corp., the company announced today. Sanford 59, is the sixth president of Duke and is chairman of the itt inter National Fellowship program advisory committee. He was named Duke president in 1969 he had been elected governor in 1960, eight years after first being elected a state senator. Sanford is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and earned his Law degree there in 1946. Also elected to the itt Board was Thomas w. Keesee jr., 61, director and chairman of the executive committees of Bessemer Trust co. And Bessemer securities corp. Police deactivate bomb in apartment Wilmington a a 20-year-old welder was in the new Hanover county jail to Day on an explosives charge after police said they found a bomb in an apartment House. Officer Mike Mcnew who described himself wednes Day As the department s one Man bomb squad deactivated a device he said was equivalent to four or five Sticks of dynamite in a vacant apartment on the third floor of the four Story building. Officers arrested a tenant James r. Simpson and charged him with Possession of an explosive device. Mcnew said the bomb was found after an Anonymous caller told the rental agent where it could be found. Wilmington police were assisted by agents of the alcohol. Tobacco and from Eastern music fest Al Balduin pianos on Sale firearms division of the Treasury department. Mcnew described the bomb As commercial plastic explosives blasting Caps and a Detonator without any Tim ing device. The officer who had received training in handling explosive devices said. That kind of explosive is susceptible to being set off by something like Static folding leg tables and folding chairs dependable economical shies 100 top surface Lombol. 1100 131 to 100 30 j3450 Formica Lapi is 00 Villa Alio Pablo Ove Labu All steel chairs adult 5.90 or. Chair 5.70 primary 5.50 in Stock for immediate pickup a m i 5 p m men thru fn4ay night by Vernon equipment company inc. 312 new St. Phone 885-4615 now. Own the Best for less1 save a substantial amount on a new Baldwin piano from Eastern music festival. These pianos were shipped directly from the Baldwin factory to the fes Only 6 weeks and Aie now on Sale in our showroom. Every piano is fully guaranteed Complete with Matching Bench. Exclusive Baldwin factory financing is available. Rent to buy one of these Baldwin pianos and give your child the Many advantages of a Superior piano. All rental applies if purchased. There is a Nice Choice of styles and finishes but quantities Are limited so come in today. We Art open tues. Fri. Evenings until 9 for this special event. Morrow piano Organ co. In w. Market St. 273-0093 Greem Boro . It h come to the us Waal a a Ole Colt suggested retail Price for Dodge Colt Coupe excluding options destination charge taxes License and title feet. Dodge coh Coupe Stradone features. Simulated Wood grained instrument panel reclining front bucket seats pull carpeting Power front disc brakes adjustable steering column pour Speed transmission tinted Glass wheel covers 37 25 Epa estimated mileage four Cylinder Spur Speed manual transmission. Actual mileage May differ. California mileage lower. How did Dodge Colt put so much in such a Hittle car Welborn motors 6 National Hwy., Thomasville 476-7548 41c66 . Defends breast a rays Durham a the director of the breast cancer detection demonstration project at Duke University or. Robert Mclelland says the benefits of mammography Low dose a rays of the breasts far outweigh any theoretical risk for women under 50. Or. Mclelland issued his statement wednesday a Day after the National cancer Institute said in Washington that routine use of a rays to detect breast cancer should be restricted to women Over 50 and those younger women in High risk groups. The Institute in conjunction with the american cancer society made its recommendations because of studies which it said suggested the a Ray screen ing process itself May in crease the risk of breast cancer in some women Mclelland said that mammography used in the Duke research project has detected cancers that would not have been found by routine physical methods in nine women under 50. That s More than half the cases we be found in this age he said. Breast cancer is the leading cause of death of women he said. The Only Way we re going to do anything about that is to diagnose the disease Mclelland disagreed with those who say mammography does t Benefit women 35-50 and that it might even cause a Small number of cancers. Any presumed risk is based on studies of women receiving High doses of Radia Tion in the world War ii atomic bomb blasts in Japan or during treatment for non cancerous conditions he said. Mammography uses far lower doses. Mclelland said. Even if the risk is real the number of cancers that might be produced by routine mammography is significantly less than the number that would be detected in women 35-50 years he added. A Mammogram classification system proposed by or. John Wolfe of Detroit could help prevent breast cancer by pinpointing women of highest risk Mclelland said. Duke University s breast cancer project has screened 10.090 women from 16 North Carolina counties since it began in june 1974. A total of 51 cancers has been found including 16 among women 35-50 years old. Mclelland said none of the women screened had any breast cancer symptoms. Upton Supply co save on carpet and floor covering installation and free estimates 124 Greensboro re. 5 Points 886-4937 be have a cup of Coffee on us while we do your printing quickly Xerox copies up to 8" Quick copies and multicolour printing fast service Low Cost at 2060 Brentwood St. High 27261 to Box 2103 phone 885-4034 in the Freeman associates building radio end of coif e umm Ermmie stereo bargains cd bargain1 tape deals and More plus selected regular items save s60 cd realistic r am pm stereo receiver Reg. 359.95 our powerful Sta-90 features 44 Watts per Channel my rms at 8 Ohms from 20-20.000 he with no More than 0 dual tuning meters. Quatra Vox r 2 recorder capability filters more1 genuine Walnut veneer Case us approved 31-2063 unprecedented cd radio Price slash realistic h Miimi-23 Channel Mobile 2 Way radio save 16990 Sta-90 system i regular separate terns once 64890 realistic Sta-90 receiver 2 Optimus-5b floor speakers lab-14 changer and Cartridge save 14990 Sta-90 system ii our Sale priced realistic r Mim-23 was 109.95 m our 76 Catalon All crystals included illuminated Channel selector1 and. Dynamic Mike. Pos. Or neg ground Only 1 89" 21-168 charge it ii Otic .1.1 , Ilse re in 1-1 Lilli my Lin it regular separate items Price 578 90 429 realistic Sta-90 receiver two nov8-6 speakers lab-14 changer and Cartridge with Coupon Reg 1 25 value 68-1046 116 Page citizens band Book terms and 10 codes acc regulations equipment installation new radio Shack items tape recorders accessories tape Bonus More realistic deluxe cassette recorder 195 14-827 Auto Stop with earphone a Corei Iii 69 save s5 realistic cassette portable 5q95 14-837 Auto level. Auto Stop digital counter Cord miniature pocket cassette recorder 5 832 batteries included save 7% Only snoots Bart mini save 18% am pm digital clock radio Reg 3995 88 12-1496 36 Universal tape splicer easy tape editing All Type widths Reg 2 69 219 44-216 new modular Telephone connectors 25 phone 279-364 495 modular plug if. Adapter All ears cd music hits produced by radio Shack your Choice 279-365 customer owner equipment connected to Telephone company you Momeni is Subici to charges Jip disc 50-6002 a track 51-6002 save up to 17% super tape open reel Blank tape 1200 with this tape Bonus Coupon worm s5 a iss tie tape you by any it Corder flown loll1 8 29 76 with Coupon metric slide Rule converter be ready Lor the metric system 68-1031 Coupon Oder Good Al Reg. 1.00 participating value stores radio Shack s 1978 prices on the average Are within is of radio Shack s Low 1975 prices High Point a Tandy Asheboro Northgate shopping Center 672-1477 College Village shopping Center 883-9224 Lexington Lexington Center Hwy. 64 West 249-4472 Westchester mall 882-3337 Thomas vice Southgate shopping be Randolph a Cloniger St 475-0839 a lots May vary at individual

Search all High Point, North Carolina newspaper archives

Explore other publications from High Point, North Carolina

All newspaper archives for August 26, 1976

Browse