High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jul 3 1974, Page 3

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 3, 1974, High Point, North Carolina The weather by of Kotol in Quot a a it a a us top Rater to vill _ us i \ \ hato.,4 ,.q., hat �,�.,.j. Ca., u,.l r.z.m�?z thundershowers though there is Little Hope for a break in the warm temperatures that have dominated the first portion of forecast North Carolina partly Cloudy and continued hot through thursday with scattered afternoon or evening thundershowers mostly West and South sections. Highs in the 90s except 80s mountains and outer Banks. Lows in the 70s East and 60s mountains. South Carolina partly Cloudy and warm with a Chance of thunderstorms today tonight and thursday. Highs today 90s. Lows tonight upper 60s upstate to Low 70s South coast. Highs thursday 90s. Three Day forecast North Carolina partly Cloudy with highs upper 80s to Low 90s except Low to mid 80s in the mountains. Lows upper 60s to Low 70s except mostly Low and mid 60s in mountains. Cape Lookout National Park has difficulties High Point Enterprise wednesday july 3, 1974 3a this Holiday week there is a Chance for increasing moisture Over part of North Carolina which May result in scattered thundershowers late today. The forecast extends the partly Cloudy and continued hot weather on through thursday. With increasing chances of afternoon and evening thundershowers thursday. Highs for the fourth Are predicted to remain in the lower 90s with the probability of rain increasing from 20 per cent today to 30 per cent thursday. Carolina weather by the associated press 24 hours ending 8 . Edt station h or Asheville fog 86 61 Augusta . 93 64 Charleston . 87 70 Charlotte Clear 91 69 Columbia Clear 95 71 .15 Greensboro Clear 91 71 a Ville. S.c., Clear Raleigh Clear 92 66 Savannah cloy 91 72 .13 Wilmington Clear 93 72 Washington a the Core Banks gun club is giving pause to the House National Parks and recreation subcommittee which is considering legislation to further establish the Cape Lookout National seashore on the North Carolina coast. Pending legislation would Amend the 1966 Bill which authorized establishment of the recreation area. In testimony before the subcommittee tuesday Thomas w. Earnhardt assistant Secretary of administration for North Carolina said nearly 90 per cent of the land has been acquired but the state is having trouble buying 900 acres held by the gun club. A it is Felt that this property could be acquired far More quickly if the land is condemned under Federal condemnation Laws rather than those of the state a said Earnhardt. He said the state has offered the gun club $1 million for the property but the owners Are holding out a. I . Acacia Lodge no. 674 stated communication Imam i inv into i i m d m. Ray Anderson master a.p. Mccrery secretory it notice to our customers Sears will be closed july 4th will open Friday 9 30 . To 9 00 . Satisfaction it ranted or your Money Back Kun s. % min St. 8iop at Sears and save Sears High Point . I Miniie 88511151 Sears Roebuck and co. Take along some new Luggage Avocado or Blue 5300 goo $700 two ring Pool a 38" diameter a 8" High rim c for backyard wading fun j1.00 similar to illustration in. A a Porto rubber pro snorkel 1.00 for More lie said the gun club owners want to test North Carolina s condemnation Laws through the courts if necessary. This could take several years he added. Pending before the subcommittee is a proposal which would allow the Federal government to acquire the gun club property by Purchase or Exchange. Earnhardt said that aside from the gun club property Only 89 acres of land Are in dispute on Core Banks and settlement is near on much of this land. The Interior spokesman i agreed that based on 1974 costs further delay could i hike the Price of develop 1 ment to $50 million. It lotion by Coppertone a 2 of. Tube a regular �?~1.59 99 swedish tanning secret a 2 of. Lotion or a i % of. Bottle a regular �?~1.00 each deluxe rubber swim mask $1.00 Ball gloves 33"xl8�?� surf rider a Tow rope a see thru window a self Seal values i 00 $900 red White and Blue tan 4 player Badminton set 4 Racket shuttle of a Cocks net. Poles us stakes and instruct m3 ions. Two player Badminton set $ j of two Badminton rackets shuttlecock net and instructions. Triple Hibachi $ i of for unborn Spray for sunburn special 2 for s i 00 Reg. $1.49 special �?�5 so mg1 5 our Reg. Price $13.97 3-Speed electric fan a front and rear safety guard a lightweight a easily moves from room to room save m .00 special Good thru july 6th package of 50 12 of. Size paper bowls Stonewall design paper plates Etc pkg. Of 24 30 it. Styrofoam ice Chest special Good Only while quantities ust in a we m in our regular �?~12.00 chaise lounge 88 8 12 x 16 Hibachi wheels air Cool seat cushions make the trip More comfortable $ i 33 ban sect Flea collars for dogs Ano cats special $ Joo special Good til july 6th for 1/ j 4 open All Day july 4th none sold to dealers next door to . Clothing outlet English Road at Westchester intersection we Resek be the Kight to limit quantities open daily and sat. To . To to . Special glasses of 8 ten of. Or of 6 sixteen or. $100

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