High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jul 1 1976, Page 29

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 1, 1976, High Point, North Carolina It High Point . Thur any Illy i i Caswell deputies resign Yanceyville Apiau 12 Chr Riff x deputies in can will county of North Central North Carolina resigned today after of ninth comr pm loners refused their pay demands county manager Richard Honeycutt said the county would take whatever measures were necessary to maintain Law enforcement he did not elaborate the deputies have insisted that the the minimum monthly salary of deputies be raised to 1700 from the present sum Honeycutt said the com miss ners approved a five per cent across the Board pay in. Reasch for All county employees which would by an Merna be of about $30 a month for the deputies the com missioners just Felt like they should stand firm and do for me what they do for the tithers Honeycutt add i the commissioners voted last weekend to reject the pay demands of the deputies and to accept their resignations if offend Deputy Jerry Durham. 27 who has a wife and me child said most of the deputies have lined up other jobs "1 11 probably go Back to me. he said that s what i was doing before i came Here a he said the commissioners had not attempted to Contact the deputies he had talked to most recently new York to get new Federal loan in Bernard Cohen associated press writer new York a. The City was expected today to receive another massive Federal loan alter 67 municipal labor unions agreed to austere two Vear Etui tracts that should not Cost the Cit one additional Penny the interim agreement reached wednesday aftic mat at Hon bargaining pros ides for no wage in crease for the 166,000 affected City employees it Dias allow stat of living in creases nil ties them to $24 million Iii reduced Laboi costs and increased Roduco f in try Cliv and state officials sounded optimistic that the agreement would Clear the Wray for approval today of the $2 Mullion pc Deral loan by tre Autv Secretary William Simon Quot i believe we have met the conditions set for the loan Quot gov Hugh Carey said in an Noiin cing that the emergency financial control Board which oversees the City s financial j efforts had approx Cal the Lanir agreement Quot i would he very much Dis appointed. I would be shoe kid Quot la the loan were not forthcoming the governor wide the terms of the contract were transmitted to Washington wednesday night the Cid needs $f>00 million immediately from the Beer wine voted in at Elizabethtown Elizabethtown a the Sale of Beer and wine has been voted in at Elizabethtown the rest of Bladen county in Southeastern North Carolina is dry of the 630 registered voter in the City. 552 went to the polls tuesday in what Hail become a hotly contested Issue throughout the county Emal tallies showed that 335 voters approved the Sale of malt beverages by Grade a restaurants and hotels Hawaii the hawaiian islands were settled by polynesian seafarers from islands 2.ooo Miles to the South about 700 a d the first europeans arrived at the end cd the 18th Century followed in the next it a turn by a heavy influx of asian settlers the present population by National descent according to the 1070 census is 39.2 per cent caucasian. 28 3 per cent japanese and the remainder hawaiian. Chinese. Filipino korean and 1111x1x1 ancestry grocery stores and package stores within the City limits the vote against was 211 there were 323 votes for the s. 1 in of a fortified wine by hotels restaurants and package stores the vote against was 210 i Don i know How the dries feel but they ought to feel mayor Cecil Edge said after the final tally Edge was chairman of the citizens group that proposed Beer and wine sales Hobby Guyton another Leader of the wet forces said he would he in Raleigh today to ask state Hoard of alcoholic control Tor direction on How to get licenses for hew and wine sales 1 11 be checking for several grocery stores and stores already in the Community Quot Guyton mid. Guyton credited a 95 per rent turnout by Black voters As a major Factor in approving the. Beer and wine Issue there a no breakdown on How main Black voters Are registered As compared to White voters Happy birthday singing hemp Hills on a Vita july 4th w our nation will celebrate it s 200th birthday in keeping with this Calvary Temple Baptist Church 1029 Blair St. Thomasville will have an All Day service the hemp Hills of Nashville Tenn beginning at to a m with lunch at 12 30 and a gospel singing at 2 . Bring a Well filled Basket of food a the Church will furnish the drinks Federal Treasury and is counting on $125 million Worth of new investments from City pensions funds to meet obligations totalling $452 million today and another $175 million on Friday in a letter to the City Lune 19 asst Treasury Secretary Hubert a Gerrard said that before the loan could be approved the City must five agreements in principle with the unions that did not result in additional labor costs the City and the unions were racing to come to terms on the new contracts in time to get Federal approval for Ute loan the City needs to Avert imminent default on its obligations american legion Post 206 on i 85 of Rove from the Villa Motel dance sat july 3 8 00pm Multi by new Gold revue members a guests harbormaster Check ships for Oil Slick Miami api Harbor masters from Miami to Charleston. Sc., Are checking Oil tankers in search of a ship responsible for an Oil Slick that came within four Miles of the Beach before breaking up the . Coast guard says a spokesman said the Alert was issued after an unidentified Tanker was spotted leaving a Trail of Oil As it sailed northward earlier in the week winds at first carried the Oil close to key Biscayne and Miami Beach tuesday but changed direction later in the Day. Dissipating the Slick and blowing the remnants to sea. The spokesman said record Corn crop indicated Washington a. American Farmers May be in their Way to harvesting the biggest Corn crop in is. History the agriculture department said wednesday that it expects Farmers to Harvest 72 4 million acres of Corn this fall up 8 per cent from 1975 an j the most since 1949 if yields Are Good and the weather stays Normal the department is projecting a retard 1976 Corn Harvest of 6 4 billion bushels. Tie record set last year. Is 578 billion bushels the crop could provide abundant animal feed to help keep consumer prices in Check through next year. Com is the most important i s Grain for the production of meal poultry Ard Dairy products the department s crop reporting Board also said wednesday that 1976 soybean production will come from 48 2 million harvested acres Down to per cent from last years 53 6 million acres soybeans also Are used in livestock feed. Both Corn and soybeans Are valuable As exports to Western Europe Japan the soviet i Mon and other countries Consumers have seen the Price spiral ease this year one reason is that Armer increased livestock production after last year s record Grain crops department experts foresee a 2 to 5 per cent Rise in retail food prices this year defending on the actual Grain harvests in 1975, they Rose 8 5 per cent after climb my 14 5 per cent in each of the two previous years the department said it will announce its first Corn estimate based on actual Field surveys on july 12 and the first soybean estimate a month later the report wednesday dealt Only with acreages of key crops eat breakfast with us so vm9 6 of a m to to 30 a m a saving Buffe h a soc on amp egg san Fox a mom amp egg Sonde Quot h a Sof Vod or a a it it a a closed country july 4-.1 a Hon. Sgt i id a egg son dutch a Santag amp egy Sand to a Coll carbine calling All Guys amp dolls we re having a Beach party fun begins saturday july 3rd Buffet 6-9 dance 9-1 featuring Quot Cut Glass for Advance reservations Call 886 7121 in a serving the High Point area 44 years employees of Kennedy ii. Co. Word of appreciation at this particular time of the year we at Kennedy Oil company Are preparing to celebrate two birthdays. One is the 200th birthday of our great country and the other is our 44th year in the Oil business. Just As America was founded 200 years ago. In a Small Way Kennedy Oil started out 44 years ago in much the same manner. Rob Kennedy was a founder of Kennedy Oil in 1932 and has been president and owner of the company since 1952. At this time or. Kennedy would like to express his sincere appreciation and gratitude to his Fine and Loyal customers for the Many years they have allowed him to serve them. We look Forward to serving you in the future with As much Pride and Joy As we have done in the past. Kennedy Oil co. 1203 Courtsey re High Point . Phone 885-5184

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