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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 13, 1976, High Point, North Carolina Is leasing inc 40 and route 66 in Kernersville . Hoi or 724-7014 mines for tourists May be outside Law by the associated press in the Wake of an Emerald tourist mine Accident that killed two men Federal and state mine inspectors admit they Don t know whether mine safety Laws apply to tourist Type mines. James Richard Raedyn 51, of Plantation fla., and Delmas Joseph Harrison 26, of Belmont ., were killed sunday by a Cave in at the Emerald Valley mine at Hiddenite. A third Man Robert Lebowitz of North Miami Beach Fla was partially buried and had to be dug out by rescuers. They were among an estimated 10,000-15,000 Amateur prospectors who dig for minerals each year in open pits for $4 a Day according to Lois Rist the mine s owner. It is unclear whether mine safety Laws Pover the circumstances of their deaths Federal and state officials said monday. A these tourist Type operations make it sort of difficult. This is kind of a Gray area said Bill Booher director of the state department of labors office of communications. A the Law does not provide for penalties unless there was wilful and flagrant criminal negligence a he said. He said mine owners Are encouraged by state inspectors to Post signs warning amateurs of possible dangers but there is no Legal provision for enforcing such measures. The department of labor s mine and Quarry inspection division is responsible for state mine inspections and division inspectors were at the Cavern site sunday afternoon and monday. Two Federal investigators from the . Department of the Interior s mining enforcement safety administration Mesa at Salisbury also were on hand. Investigators from both offices said the Laws they enforce Deal primarily with employee safety in commercial mining operations. To complicate the investigation Booher said. Lebowitz the Only apparent witness to the Cave in left the state and was in Virginia monday Booher said he had word that Lebowitz would Bell system Leader denies slush fund Nashville a South Central Bell s Tennessee vice president. V e. New. Said today the Tennessee Telephone company has no political action Lund through which executives donate to political campaigns. At the same time he said. A there is nothing to prevent me from taking an Active interest in government voting for whomever i please and supporting the candidate of my Choice he said other executives of the Bidi system affiliate in Tennessee Are free to do so but he knows of no formal Effort to require such participation by Telephone executives against their will a i have never been asked to contribute to a political action fund operated by at amp to said new he referred to american Telephone amp Telegraph co., the National Telephone giant with which South Central Bell and other Bell system companies around the country Are affiliated new was interviewed in the Light of recent stories published by the Charlotte observer suggesting that Telephone company executives contributed heavily to political action funds in other states candidates for Public service commission which regulated South Central Bell rates and operations in Tennessee have said political contributions from Telephone company officials Are Small this year some of them blamed publicity involving Southwest Bell in Texas and other Bell system contributions Buren Peeler rites held Shelby api Van Buren Peeler 64, a decorated Navy officer considered also a civilian hero by Many was buried monday in Shelby. A lieutenant commander Peeler served in the Pacific theater during world War la after which he served two Tours of duty with . Kichard e. Byrd in Antarctica he retired from the Navy in 1955 he died Friday of an apparent heart attack in Cleveland memorial Hospital friends who gathered at his funeral monday said Peeler uncovered a Black Market Oil operation while serving As a civilian Petroleum Supply inspector in Vietnam need help god answers our prayer we will Pray for you no strings attached it is our Way of serving the lord. No one will Contact you unless you specially request it. Just do this. Phone 454 4511 a recorder will respond you Don t need to give your name. Just state your need and we will Pray torn you. Then watch you life for the hand of god to move. I phone 4544511 or write prayers answered . Box 154 Jamestown i . 27282. I former army Captain Keith cd alg who worked with Peeler in the Mekong Delta area said Peeler discovered numerous cases of Black marketing in which Oil for the Allied forces was diverted by vietnamese and american military officials a not much had been done about that until he got there Quot said Craig adding that Peeler s probing revealed a an almost Matia like organization f Craig said Peeler s life was threatened several times by the Black marketeers do you know about i tuesday july 20th return to North Carolina wednesday to answer questions. James Brandon head of the states mine and Quarry inspections said inspecting Amateur operations like the Emerald Valley mine Are largely exercises in futility. A with this kind of operation a he said a you could inspect one Day and with a Backhoe you could dig a Hole by the next Day that would be dangerous. Every inspection of a mine we make we find some deficiencies. A the question boils Down to what they re doing up there a mining or lobbying Quot he continued. God knows we can to keep up with every Rock hound in the country. They re the weather p frat lha Ess it tuna to livid Noaa opel Scimmi ii sunny skies sunny skies Are expected Over the state including the triad area through wednesday. Area forecasts Call for mostly sunny weather but not As warm or humid the High today was to have been in the Low to 80s, with the Low tailing in the 60s. Wednesday s High should be the same As forecast North Carolina mostly sunny and not As warm or humid today and wednesday except partly Cloudy mountains wednesday highs today and wednesday mostly in the 80s except some to upper 70s mountains. Fair tonight with lows in the 60s except 50s mountains South Carolina mostly sunny and warm today and wednesday highs both Days in the 90s fair tonight lows in the 60s Northwest to 70s elsewhere what to do when death occurs away from Home. Today More families in High Point Are making funeral arrangements in Advance. This Wise step assures each family that All wishes and requests will be fulfilled later. It also saves worry and confusion for others. We offer several pre arrangement plans so get All the details now. Please Call or come by when one of our plans is selected we record All information now. It s a Comfort to know that tomorrow s need has been taken care of today. Harold funeral Home North main at Farriss Avenue Call 880-5049 a select member of Ppd business i notes i Reliance Louisville by. Reliance Universal inc reports a 42 3 per cent increase in pre tax earnings in the Quarter ended May 30 Over the comparable 1975 period on an 18.9 per cent increase in net sales. The firm has major operations Here. Net income for the Quarter reached $664,836, or 35 cents per share compared with $520,820, or 27 cents per share for the Quarter ended june i 1975. Net sales in the recently ended Quarter totalled $29,812,377, compared with $25,078,555 in the 1975 period. Record sales for the first six months of 1976 produced net income of $631,589, or 33 cents per share compared with a net loss of $117,388. Or 9 cents per share in the first half of 1975 net sales for the first half of 1976 totalled $54,483,124, an 18 4 per cent increase Over net sales of $45,990,970 in comparable 1975 period Reliance universals chemical coatings divisions Are responsible for the major portion of the company a improved 1976 financial performance or Hendershot said these divisions account for about 70 per cent of the company s consolidated net sales. A High Point Enterprise tuesday july 13, 1976 3a Emily Harris recounts fearful life on run Lane report tuesday s. Probability of precipitation is near Zero tonight and to per cent on thursday. Temperatures 24 hours ending 7 . Est station h l or Asheville Clr 90 66 Augusta Clr 85 75 Charleston Haze 93 76 Charlotte Clr 92 67 Columbia Clr 92 72 Greensboro Clr 91 63 g Clr 91 a Raleigh 94 65 a Annah Haze % 76 Vav Lemington Day 96 74 three Day forecast by the associated press North Carolina thursday through saturday continued fair and dry with highs in the 70s mountains to 80s elsewhere. Lows in the 50s West and 60s East South Carolina thursday through saturday widely scattered thundershowers each Day lows mostly 60s. Highs in the 80s the an Altavista a. Lane company. Inc., ounces net sales for the f first six months of this year were $56,727,967 compared to $45,557,121 for the comparable period in 1975. An increase of 24 5 per cent net earnings were $3,884,-755 As compared to $1,921,710, an increase of 102.2 per cent earnings per common share for the first six months of 1976, after preferred dividend requirements were $1.45 compared to 71 cents in the same period in 1975 by Linda Deutsch associated press writer los Angeles a Emily Harris has told jurors a Story of life on the run with Patricia Hearst a of a time when each Day was lived a was if on the Edge of a precipice Quot and death was waiting at every Corner. Miss Hearst herself escaped by hours a and by sheer Luck a an appointment with death mrs. Harris revealed the 29-year-old mrs. Harris opening statement delivered in the role of co counsel set the stage for prosecution testimony to begin today against her and her husband. William charged with miss Hearst with kidnapping assault and robbery the 22-year-old newspaper heiress will be tried separately after sentencing on her san Francisco Bank robbery conviction miss Hearst s name arose frequently in mrs. Harris first account of their fugitive Days. Recalling the events of May 16, 1974. Mrs. Harris said. A a Freak Chance happening Quot saved miss Hearst s life. But for a twist of Fate the newspaper heiress also would have killed in the Liery shootout on May 17, 1974. In which six sym ionese liberation army members wore slain a Bill and i were going shopping a a she said Patricia a Ami Moon Quot Soltysik an Sla Soldier planned to accompany them. A but at the last minute she stayed Home and Patricia Hearst stated a desire to come with us. That Chance decision Cost Miz Moon her life and saved Patricia Hearst from death miss Soltysik died on her 26th birthday in a Battle with police which left Only charred remains of her body and those of five other Sla soldiers at the hideout miss Hearst had left the Day before. Mrs Harris defending her husband and herself said while on the shopping trip. Miss Hearst fired two machine guns without orders from them. A these events at Mel s were totally unexpected Quot she said a and Patricia Hearst s resulting actions in firing of the automatic weapon were spontaneous the charges against the harrises and miss Hearst Stem from incidents after the sporting goods store shooting. Miss Hearst has said she fired the guns As a a reflex action Quot drilled into her by the harrises. Miss Hearst. Kidnapped by the Sla on feb 4, 1974, portrayed the harrises As captors not comrades but mrs. Harris depicted the heiress As a convert to the Sla Quot Patricia Hearst was simply a Young woman going through a process of change learning about herself and she had made the decision to go through this process in the company of people who considered themselves she said. A i i i i i remodeler free estimates phone 882-0722 Marsh i kitchens inc. A vote for Spencer White Democrat for District court judge qualified experienced hell work for better courts and you primary August i 7 serf for by Livre sewer a Lett Cem Peig a Matt tit Pari 993- r. T. Wilder . Announces the closing of his office in the High Point medical Center 624 Quaker Lane suite 201-a, High Point . Effective saturday july 24, 1976. The Opportunity to be of service to you these past years is greatly appreciated. That s what Parks offers on Ivery leasing Deal whether your nods a on Economy car or an in fir float of trucks and cars. Wall give you Moro for your Money. A what i pm value radio moans r. A a a Tim Call today i 1917 1933 1949 1965 1918 1934 1950 1966 1919 1935 1951 1967 1920 1936 1952 1968 1921 1937 1953 1969 1922 1938 1954 1970 1923 1939 1955 1971 1924 1940 1956 1972 192 1941 1957 1973 1926 1942 1958 1974 1927 1943 1959 1975 64 years of making dream Homes come True. I Piedmont use our drive in window or Park free in our big Lotf Call 883-4116 700 North main a in

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