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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 13, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Endowment is allowed to buy Stock Charlotte. No. A the Duke endowment has received permission to invest its Money in common stocks outside Duke Power co. Superior court judge Sami Ervin Iii ruled wednesday that the rules made by James Buchanan Duke in setting up the Trust in 1924 could be altered. Previously th3 endowment could invest Only in Duke Power Stock and securities and in certain types of government Bonds. Ervin a ruling climaxed three Days of hearings during which endowment trustees assured the court they have no intention of Selling major portions of the endowments 13 million shares of Duke Power Stock. Atty. Gen. Robert and asst. Atty. Gen. Christine Denson had expressed fear the endowment would sell the Duke Power Stock and invest the Money outside the Carolinas. Mrs. Denson said Dukes instructions to the endowment made it Clear that helping develop the Carolinas was one of his primary goals. High Point Enterprise thursday Jon. 13, 1971 3a the weather segregation drops in South constant in North de nil urn is a a. A a a a a a a a cum it few. I Iii. A Iofi Wui by John Stowell associated press writer Washington a barriers to school desegregation continue to crumble in the South but remain solid in the North and Are being rebuilt along the Mason Dixon line the government says. The . Office for civil rights released figures tues Day showing that the la Southern states for the first time have fewer negro pupils in All Black schools than does the North and have widened the Gap Over the North in the number of Blacks in predominantly White schools. Integration virtually has halted in the last four years in the 32 Northern and Western colder Friday m from around 40 in the mountains to near 60 in the Southeast. The Weatherman at Friendship predicts showers and thundershowers for the High Point area through Friday and it will be rather Windy. The probability of showers during that period is at 70 per cent. The rain is expected to end late on Friday. The Outlook for saturday is for cooler temperatures with Little if any precipitation today a High was to be in the mid to upper 60s. And tonight slow in the Low 40s. Fridays High should be near 50. Last night s Low was 51. And at 8 a in. Today it was 61 degrees a Strong Southwest flow of warm moist unstable air Over the Eastern third of the nation brought showers and Morgan Windy and mild weather to North Carolina today. Highs were in the 60s, touching 70 on the coast. However it will turn colder tonight in the mountains where some Snow flurries Are forecast during the Early morning hours. The colder weather will in p. Invade the state Friday drop endowment attorney Russell j t opera ures in t0 2o de. Robinson la said that was the High we Range not the Case and added a paragraph to the endowments request to clarify the matter. He said the paragraph would make i it cd Viji Clear that the endowment was seeking Freedom for the assets Orth Carolina show not tied up in Duke Power. He ers and thundershowers today said the endowment was not and tonight. Showers ending in about to sell major portions of the mountains Early Friday and at Friendship the Duke Power shares to get elsewhere late Friday except Money to invest elsewhere. Continuing on the coast. Some three Day forecast Ervin also gave the endow Snow flurries in the mountains ment permission to distribute Early Friday. Windy and mild North Carolina extended some of its principal should the today and tonight except turn ratio it a saturday through Mon tax Reform act of 1969 make it ing colder mountains tonight manday seasonably cold with necessary. He also ordered the highs today 60s, except near 70 highs mostly 40s in the Moun endowment to put into its rules coast. Lows tonight near free Tams to the Middle to upper 50s language required by the tax ing mountains to Low 50s South in the coastal area. Overnight measure. East. Turning colder Over the 0ws mostly 20s in the mountains however. Ervin denied the state Friday. Highs around 40 and 30s elsewhere. Chance of endowments request that he mountains to near 60 Southeast rain in the East portion Satur cancel a provision requiring it s0uth car0una ram or a it to keep part of its income in so we h Chance a Stead of distributing it. Save thunderstorms. Windy temperatures warm nday and ,0.n a he by the associated press or 14-8 million at the end of except turning colder extreme 1970. Is the fifth largest Chari Northwest with rain possibly 24 hours ending at 7 a. In. Est table foundation in the United mixed with sleet and Snow station states. Higher elevations late tonight Asheville rain the attorney general s office highs today mid 60s to mid 70s. Augusta rain which argued that no change lows tonight upper 30s Moun Charleston cloy should be made in the in gains to mid 60s coastal. Fri Charlotte rain vestment part of the endow Day precipitation ending from Columbia rain mentus rules said the decision the West and turning much Greensboro rain colder West portion by after Greenville rain noon but continued warm Raleigh rain coastal area. Highs mid 50s Savannah cloy mountains to mid 70s coastal. Wilmington cloy Sherwin in Williams s ii a we re More than a paint store Ziegler reports Chou suggests visit by table Tennis team Washington it a i a pres president of the chinese table identical press Secretary Ronald Tennis association to find out l. Zieglr just Back from a where they a like to go. How trip to peking says Premier Manv will be coming and How Chou in Lai suggested chinese they la get he a a table terms player visit the he ated he Ufi United states soon Wou a worked out after Nix it w As the seven Day visit to on s Vas it Mainland China last april of states the six Border states and in the District of Columbia the report discloses. More surprising however the report shows the number of Blacks in totally segregated schools increased during the last year in the Border states Oil Delaware Kentucky Maryland. Missouri. Oklahoma and West Virginia and in d c. The Rise from 23 i to 24 2 per cent is not significant except that it Marks a reversal from the trend elsewhere. J. Stanley Pottinger. Civil rights director said he was puzzled by the evidence of desegregation. A i just done to know Why a Pottinger said in an interview a a we re going to have to Check it he suggested that the Border states have escaped the concentrated attention directed at the South Over the years. Other civil rights officials attributed the increase mainly to Pupil distribution in Large cities in the Border states. Although state by state statistics won t be available until the end of the school year a breakdown of 76 cities is expected within a week. The civil rights report is based on a preliminary Survey covering 2,700 school districts with 20 million pupils one fourth of them Black. It shows 9.2 per cent or 290.-390 Southern Blacks attend segregated schools compared with la 2 per cent or 325.874 in the North and West. The gains were 4 9 per cent in the South and Only .7 per cent in the North. Nationally la 6 per cent Are in All Black schools 2 4 per cent fewer than last year but a less dramatic improvement than the drop from 39.7 per cent to 14 per cent Between 1968 and 1970. The . Table Tennis team that cracked the isolation of the communist chinese an event that led indirectly to Nixon a forthcoming visit. Ziegler said he told Graham Steenhoven. President of the . Table Tennis association that Chou personally suggested a Spring visit by chinese players this year. Chou said his nation s players should come to America a when the blossoms Are in full Bloom a Steenhoven who headed the . Ping Pong delegation last year said he was delighted to hear of the chinese acceptance of an invitation his association had made for a visit. A we will be in touch with the using night watchman clock Ano Doo seals a Iii Dat cart tout tumm an Momi Tell Ali rilv/icv.1 Nufim known Rte it Davis patrol amp watchman Servici of Quirrin with 2-Way radio for better Servic burglar alarms phone 888-6025 a Complete line of horse tack at discount prices Mann drug no. 3 800 s. Main St. Phone 88 24123 would be appealed to the supreme court. The endowment also announced plans to Appeal. H l or 64 47 .15 68 61 .13 66 60 .13 64 54 .55 65 60 06 65 55 .30 65 52 .05 66 52 .05 71 66 .06 66 59 $ $ $ we re a schoolhouse during our graduation Days Sale the colonial class of 72 is leaving us and we want to pass on the savings to you of ices Cut for 2larance clearance Sale is on. We Mutt most our present Stock of Colonie paints to make room for new merchandise come in and save 2 3 a Good selection of Interior Wall paints. A better selection including More popular colors. This group includes Good Quality exterior paints. Sale ends january 22nd fun versa tables a Handy practical gift for the a Avocado and Black student. Use it As a typewriter sue open 26lx32hx18w stand a Bookcase or a Homework a size closed 2-3/4 desk Shelve open full half or May a hold 1 so pounds. Be folded completely and put away. Closed e moves smoothly on 3 Casten Sherwin Williams High Point Cost 1000 n. Main St. Considering the Way things Are going its amazing How Well we re holding therline. Since 1960 the Cost of living has really skyrocketed. But the Cost of natural Gas to our customers Hasni to. As a matter of fact in Piedmont a territory natural Gas costs homeowners a Little less today than it did in 1960. Or even 20 years ago now that a a real bargain. 882-8021 Thomasville i Piedmont natural Gas company natural Gas More than Ever your Best Energy buy.46 Trade St. 476-7274 m3 i

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