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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 1, 1972, High Point, North Carolina 8a High Point Enterprise tuesday february i 1972 democrats fear Nixon May ask tax increase after november election by Edmond Lebreton associated press writer Washington a administration officials apparently have not stilled suspicions among House democrats that president Nixon May ask for a tax increase perhaps after the november election. Treasury Secretary John b. Connally and budget director George p. Shultz told the House ways and Means committee monday there Are no plans now for any tax increase proposals despite the big deficits that brought on a request for $50 billion draft lottery is scheduled wednesday additional Bor rowing authority. A we done to assume there will be a tax Bill this year or next for the purpose of raising revenues a Connally said. He said also the value added tax a kind of sales tax is under study along with others but there Are no plans now to propose it. The tax i s considered Likely to figure in plans for school financing which Nixon has said he is developing. Rep. Al Ullman. A re., who presided Over the session told newsmen afterwards he found Connally and Shultz a a very evasive on the subject of tax Ullman said the administration apparently is a contemplating perpetual he criticized use of the so called full employment budget under which deficits Are tolerated provided spending does not exceed what could be financed if the Economy were operating at a Normal potential. A i done to know How we can get out of this without finding further sources of Revenue a a Ullman said. Ullman indicated also he agrees with other democratic members who suggested the new debt ceiling be set for less than a full year so As to bring the administration Back before Congress for a financial accounting in late summer or fall. But Connally opposed this and said with a smile. A it s entirely possible you might not want to go into the subject then things might be very Good by then a in testimony the committee Bob Eckhardt. A Elf we made a in the income tax Law we could almost eliminate the deficit within the constraints of the present he estimated tax Reform could add Between $14 billion and $19 billion in annual revenues. Prepared for today rep. D-tex., said real Effort to close the remaining loopholes Washington a two locked plastic Drums one containing numbers and the other dates Are sitting in the Commerce department Here waiting to decide the Fate of thousands of the nations 19-year-Olds. Selective service officials loaded the Drums monday with dates stuffed in red capsules and numbers in Blue As official observers watched to insure that wednesdays draft lottery will be As fair As possible. A Back up set of capsules and Drums also was filled in Case one of the first line Drums Breaks As one did last year. On wednesday officials will publicly match the red and Blue capsules to determine which of the nations youths born in 1953 will be Given priority consideration for timing inducted into the military. Ervin firm promises to obey Law Charlotte a a Charlotte construction firm without admitting it had done anything wrong promised monday to obey the Law after being accused by the Justice department of racial discrimination. The Justice department accused the Ervin co. Of discrimination in its Rales rentals and hiring practices at a development on Lake Wylie near Charlotte called Tega Cay. Ervin co. Is a subsidiary of american Cyan amid and claims to be the biggest Home builder in the South with developments in North Carolina South Carolin Georgia and Maryland some Wilson folks still believe in neighbourliness Wilson no. A Harrison Scott wants you to know that neighbourliness is still alive in Wilson. Things were looking bad for Scott of it. 3, Kenly this year. The Farmer is in his second month of recuperation from an illness. But Bis prospects changed saturday when Crews and machinery moved in from a dozen neighbouring farms and slowed the 160 acres Scott will have in production this year. A some things you can to pay Scott said As he watched the 12 tractors and 51 Bottom plows prepare the soil. A you can to imagine How i feel a and there is no Way to describe the emotion with Mere words. A anyway what the Fellows Are doing Here is deeply appreciated a and the whole thing makes life seem More worthwhile. A we go along routinely from Day to Day and it takes an unusual happening oftentimes for us to discover How concerned. Warm and Friendly the neighbors in the area really Are a he said. 10,000 sign Sanford petition Raleigh api a petition drive to put former gov. Terry Sanford on the May presidential primary ballot in North Carolina has already gathered a he necessary 10.000 signatures. Chape Hill Law student Bill Blue who is heading up the drive announced monday that his group will continue to gather signatures until the total is 25,000. Blue said the first 10.000 names were gathered in eight Days. He said about 60 per cent of the signatures Are those of students but others from the state at Large Are coming in daily diminishing the percentage of student names. Late in february Blue said. He plans to present the petitions to Sanford and ask him for a decision on his candidacy. Sanford is now president of Duke University. Blue denied reports that the drive really seeks to make Sanford a vice presidential candidate. Cigarette ads will include health warning Washington api the Federal Trade commission has accepted consent orders that will result in a health warning in every advertisement for cigarettes manufactured by six major companies. The orders require manufacturers to print in All ads a warning the surgeon general has determined that cigarette smoking is dangerous to your newspapers magazines and even billboards will come under the Rule which the Etc says probably will be put into effect by summer pending consideration of manufacturers comments on the proposal. The six companies agreeing to the Rule account for 99 per cent of All cigarette sales in the United states. They Are american brands inc. Brown and Williamson tobacco corp. Liggett and Myers inc. Iio Rillard Philip Morris inc., and r j. Reynolds tobacco co. I i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i screen by airlines ordered Washington a the Federal government has ordered the nations scheduled airlines to screen All passengers and baggage in an Effort to Stop hijackings and sabotage. Major airlines have used the Security measures at least on a part time basis for the past two years. The Federal aviation administration in making screening rules Public monday also disclosed it seeks to halt illegal publication of police and air plane radio conversations during flight emergencies. The Faa ordered the new rules into effect immediately waiving the usual 30-Day preliminary notice on grounds that the wave of hijackings has created a threat to Public safety of an emergency nature. The regulations mus be met no later than three Days after they Are published in the Federal Register probably today or wednesday. The new equipment and procedures therefore will have to be operating at All . Airports served by scheduled airlines no later than saturday. The Faa said it will accept tour screening systems used alone or in combination the thoroughly tested and proven Hijacker behavioural profile magnetometers or similar Metal detecting devices identification systems and search of passengers and baggage. The order will not apply to foreign airlines air taxi operators of Small planes or supplemental airlines specializing a charter service. The Faa said administrator John h. Shaffer asked the Federal communications commission monday to investigate suspected illegal news Media interception of police radio conversations during Hijack emergencies. Shaffer told acc chairman Dean Burch there Are reasons to believe some individuals had violated that Section of the Federal communications act forbidding unauthorized persons from intercepting and divulging the contents of radio transmissions. A widespread Public dissemination of these radio transmissions could seriously hinder Law enforcement activities during an actual aircraft hijacking and therefore jeopardize the lives of passengers and Crew a visit sir pizza \ 2000 n main so. A Southgate shopping Center e 516 notional Highway Thomasville ii ask your parents or even your grandparents. Who have traded with us for Over 34 years How much Money we have moved them Over the years on diamonds watches Luggage jewelry Etc. And they la Tell you Nash saves you Cash Nash 7 i jewelry co. Gospel Baptist Church Highway 311,8 Miles South of High Point . Revival Mon. Jan. 31st through Sun. Feb. 6th 7 00 . Each evening a Rev. Bill Stafford evangelist a Rev. . Blackburn pastor from Chattanooga Tennessee a Jimmy Luther choir Leader special singing each evening by the Church choir and visiting singers. 127 North main Street j revival 7 00 . Tonight thru sunday Rev. And mrs. Ottis Smith Ottie and his gospel guitar Marguerite at the Organ Welcome first Church of the nazarene1217 e. Green or. ? a in t it about time you put some interest in your future perpetual has a hard working savings plan for every Type of Saver. Big Little casual regular. And every plan pays regular dividends that help your a nest Epps grow for the Day when you need ready Cash. For example of you save $100 a month for the next or years you could get Hack $100 a month forever. That a right. Forever. Imagine what a difference that could make in your life 5% 5%% 5. Passbook savings a 4vr rst4 n Annaa. A pounded of pm gtd quart Fly Der it of f amount Al any Lime it to Durf Ray a mount by in i months certificates i1 too minimum Lar a 5 a. Annuli in Terest compounded of paid Quarter in Pouf Mone is available it you need it 5%% 6% in. One year certificates 6. Two year certificates si0ooo minimum f Arns fat i Quot. Jinn of Twiest of impounded of ra1 Quarter Pouf Money ii available it Jyh i need la i i too minimum Tams 60 annual in Twiest compounded of paid Quad Teffy Pouf Money ii a Airame it you need it big things happen to your Money at perpetual. Perpetual savings and loan association High Pointe oldest financial institution free customer parking a Handy drive in window 21 direct furniture Mes it again another showroom too Dinette suites a it. Quot Ai a n min it in a we a y a. We i cml the entire Sample line pictured above now on Sale to the Public 5-piece suites As Low As 7-piece suites As $ Low As others to 249. Try us you la like us bring your truck trailer or station Wagon and haul pm away All styles modern Early american Spanish Etc. Also buffets and hutches Ings up t01 open daily 9 30 to 5 30 a Fri. 9 30 to 8 . A sat. Till 5 . So off Cash a a Way savings of. 40%-50%-60% 108. Commerce St. Building Bank Lam Ricard. End furniture Market samples master charge cancellations a closeouts also new samples a sofas a chairs a tables a lamps arriving daily i

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