High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jul 21 1976, Page 3

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 21, 1976, High Point, North Carolina Clearance Sale All summer merchandise must go a regardless of Cost a drastic Mark Downs summer suits some of the Firth to a Beautiful selection or amp site 36 a 40 Meg Soo of to $ i oooo now / Price or ult boy Blue jeans 50% Dacron Soa Cotton sue to to 16 $000 now w quilted bed spread Good selection solid Colon amp Horal full amp term Biset Reg $19 95 $795 now i grand velvet spreads Fum amp twin Beautiful colors Reg $24 95 body exercisers Tad tet dress Slacks Beautiful knit. Agony styles amp Colon amp extra sties Reg $4 98 to us 95 one group ladies dress Slacks sue a to 14 Reg to s9 of men i amp boy i basketball amp deck oxfords Many styles. White amp Colon value to $7 95 $150 now i 200 men Leisure suits tint Quality. Many color pattern amp styles size 36 to 46 Reg amp Long double knit amp Dacron amp Cotton s45 of Volue men gift sets quo Velvo. After Shore amp miniature tool Reg $7 of King amp Queen size bed ladies amp men spreads Loroli. Tint c a a s2v 95 $q95 Beautiful Floral fat Quality Reg $24 v5 a $2v 95 umbrellas self opening Nylon cover com pore a $4 98 to $9 95 picture frames Large selection Reg $5 of now $200 Reg $6 of now $250 Reg $7 of now $300 ladle knit Jamaica shorts a Beautiful selection Reg to $4 98 Lodie Western shirts fat Quality. Good color a pattern Reg $9 95 second floor 2 Rock ladies dresses a Beautiful selection Fine Quality. Sze to to 18 Reg $17 00 to s29 of Mer dress pants Hubbard a Coo a knit some it the Greaten Over 500 pro size 29to5� $795 Reg to $20 of now i men Reg to $24 of now leather belts Large selection value to $8 of $100 now i ladle Pant suits 100% polyester Reg a extra size compare a $24 00 Sun ton lotion Ultra bloc one of the fir it Reg $2 85 Stamle steel Flat table Ware Large selection. Peg to is 59 in ladle Denim shorts Good selection compare a $4 98 do one group ladies dress Slacks our Complete Stock Lodie summer dresses size 8 to u Reg to $9 00 Fine Quality Beautiful style men Short sleeved sport shirts Large selection Beautiful knit a Broadcloth s be Small to 20 Reg $4 98 now 2&Quot Reg $5 95 now 3. Reg $7 98 now 4 boy leather belts Good selection Reg to $4 00 $100 now i tier a Valance sets Good selection Reg $4 98 $198 now a Lodie ladies bags by Jadyn most Beautiful Reg $10 00 to $20 00 House Coats ladle Mony Beautiful style a color Reg a entre size compare a $8 00 up blouses amp tops a Beautiful selection value to $7 of $198 now i ladies jeans Many style. Reg a Intro size compare a $16 00. Girl summer dresses our Complete Stock men Jamaica shorts amt Woven Denim a other Laige selection Reg $3 98 to $6 95 98 men summer Robes permanent pres Beautiful color compare a $10 00 $r95 now v bed spreads Woven Many color full a twin Reg $ 14 95 $r95 now v leather bags Good selection Reg $4 95 ladle summer sleep Wear gown Paloma a coat our Reg $7 95 $098 now v ladle sleeveless blouses Many color Fine Quality com pore u $6 00 shoe department Lodie summer shoes Ore style casual. Sandal a can a foot Wear Complete selection Reg $4 98 to $2? 95 girls panties Complete size Reg to $1 of pc now3pr,$1�� men Leisure shirts Long sleeve. Beautiful pattern a color Complete size. Small to to to a Large Reg $9 95 to $12 95 one group men knit sport shirts fir Quality. Beautiful color style a design Complete size Reg $5 of $6 of a $8 of bed spreads full a twin. Beautiful color Good weight Woven style a quilted Reg $19 95 Volue our Complete Stock of summer bags it ladle summer pyjamas by Carole a Katz a Beautiful selection Reg to $5 95 ladies knit shirts tops amp tees Over 500 value to $8 of 150 or men s shoes oxfords a Loafer. Dress a work style size 6 a to 12 Reg $24 95 $t95 now i shorts sets a a. Be to 6x Good selection Reg $4 98 one group men s summer Leisure suits Good size Well made wad Able $35 of Volue a Complete selection bed blankets Floral a solid color heavy weight full King a Queen size Reg $7 95 to $12 95 200mot Beautiful bed spreads Woven a Chenille. Some of the fined full a twin size Reg $24 95 costume jewelry ladies ladies thousand of piece mod Beautiful boy sport shirts Large selection Short sleeve Reg to $3 98 Reg to $6 of now Reg to $3 of now summer gowns shift a Long style Large spits lion Reg $5 95 $098 now a a Western shirts fir to Quality Good color a pattern Reg $9 95 one group boys oxfords Good style a Colorez to a Tough size 3 to 6 Reg $14 95 ladies summer Cotton dresses our Reg Stock Fine Quality cot a on Reg a f afro size compact to $12 95 our $8 95 to $9 95 it mama shopper in of heart of High pc hit ladies summer Pant suits finer Quality Beautiful summer style a material the weather partly Cloudy the Ridge of High pressure that has produced Fine summer weather across North Carolina began losing some of its effect today according to the National weather service. Triad area forecast Calls for partly Cloudy weather through thursday with widely scattered afternoon and evening thundershowers. The High today was Tom per Atiz res by the associated press ?4 hours ending 7 a m. I Cost station la l or Asheville p e. 82 61 Augusta p c 93 69 Charleston Clr 89 70 Charlotte Clr 85 69 Columbia Clr 91 72 Greensboro Clr 88 69 i . Clr 89 68 08 Raleigh p c 93 69 Savannah pc. 90 70 57 Wilmington pc 91 69 predicted to be in the upper 80s today and the Low 90s thursday. The Low tonight should be in the upper 60s to Low 70s. Of a probability of rain is 30 per cent today and thursday and 20 per cent tonight. Three Day forecast by the associated pres North Carolina Friday through sunday a partly Cloudy w Ith widely scattered afternoon and evening thundershowers highs mid die 80s to around 90 lows 60s except lower 70s coastal sections Soith Carolina Friday through sunday tartly Cloudy and continued hot with isolated showers saturday and sunday daytime highs around 90 and nighttime lows around to Farmer protests potato handling Jonesville no api a a Yadkin county Farmer says it does t make much sense to him for most of his potato crop to be Shipp d out of North Carolina while Idaho and Maine Are supplying most of the potatoes sold in tar Heel supermarkets w c. Stanley who operates a 160-acre farm on u. S 21 about five Miles South of Jonesville says the problem is one of persuading the Large chains operating in the state to buy North Carolina produce Quot were isolated. Stanley said a that s one reason they won t buy from he d like the state to Confer with the chains to determine Why they do not buy More North Carolina produce he said the forecast North Carolina becoming partly Cloudy with widely scattered afternoon and evening thundershowers West portions today and Over entire state thursday partly Cloudy West and Lair East tonight highs today 70s mountains to Low 90s Eastern Piedmont and South coastal sections lows tonight 60s except 70s coast highs thursday 80s and 90s Soith Carolina mostly sunny today and thursday highs upper 80s to Low 90s lows around 70 problems could be worked out a we can give them what they want when they want said Stanley. He estimates that about 90 per cent of the russet potatoes he is harvesting will he shipped to markets mostly on the East coast he says land in his area will produce up to 25.000 pounds of potatoes per acre More than in the state s coastal Plain he said that 20 to 30 per cent of the Price the con Sumer pays in the state goes for freight charges to haul the potatoes from Idaho and Maine however Fred Hockaday of the state agriculture department says Maine and Idaho growers Harvest later and have greater yields enabling them to undersell North Carolina potatoes even with the added freight Cost he cited the need for year around storage space for most of the crop because the chains prefer to buy from places that can provide potatoes As needed on a continuous basis. Stanley has said he plans to store some of his crop in his packing shed for Sale during the Winter Stanley said about 70 per cent of the state s potatoes Are grown under contract with potato Chip companies. The rest go to Tresh markets. I High Point Enterprise wednesday. July 21, 1976 3a firebombs second attempt charged to 6 Blacks Senate tries to pass Scotland neck apr six persons Are facing trial on charges growing out of firebombing in Scotland neck which occurred after a jury in Henderson acquitted a White woman of killing a Black Man police said tuesday the six arrested Are Black none of the fires caused serious damage the burnings followed the acquittal of Sandra Dupree charged with killing Harry Lee Dickens in Scotland neck Theodore Smith. 25. And Ronald Grant Brown also 25, were charged with attempting to Burn the Edwards Fork grocery july 13 Bond for each was set at la 500 Artwood Jones 20, was charged with throwing a fire bomb in a store he was released under $5,000 Bond Norman Little 20. And Ernest Cleveland White or. Were charged with the fir Borning of a Harrison Oil co truck july 12 White was released under $5 too Bond Bond for Little also was set at 15.000 Vincent Brown. 20. Was charged with aiding and abetting instigating and encouraging Little and White to Burn the truck he also was charged with attempting to Burn a building with a fire bomb july 12 jobs Bill Over veto Washington a Senate republicans held the key today to whether the democratic majority can Muster the votes to override president Ford s veto of a $3 95 billion Public works jobs Hill Ford contends the Bill would create More inflation rather than permanent jobs a j think there Are about six undecided said sen Robert i. Griffin. A Mic assistant minority Leader when asked How Many republicans might desert the president and vote to override Griffin already has announced he would vote to override Griffin was one of the key Ford allies last february when the Senate fell three votes Short of overriding the president s veto of an earlier and larger Public works jobs Hill Griffin did not say who the six undecided republicans were. The Bill would create 200- no Public works jobs sponsors say. As Well As provide funds to insure that 90.000 local government jobs be maintained despite budget cutbacks forced by recession in i july 6 veto message. Ford told Congress a this Hill will not create lasting jobs hut instead will create More inflation me used the same argument last february when he vetoed a to 2 billion Hill supporters of the measures argued they were the Best Way to create jobs quirk in they also argued that Hie Cost of unemployment is far greater than the Cost of a Public works program to reduce it the House voted to override that veto but the Senate fell three votes Short of the necessary two thirds it Griffin was a key figure in mustering the votes necessary to sustain Ford s veto in february this time. The Senate s no 2 Republican has said he will vote to override Griffin cited unemployment rates of 9 7 per cent in Michigan and 13 4 per cent in Detroit As the reasons Tor his position folding leg tables and folding chairs Doyon Dobro economical situs too tot sumac to loan Lamina #100 to a to Sii so #100 so at s 6 so Hannaa tap is of Aura Par Taw Alma 4wa<am la Labata a Hailama All steel chairs adult is. 5.90 or chair 15 Quot 5.70 primary 13&Quot. 5.50 in Stock for immediate pickup opa. Sam til j # in Man throw a a neg Fol by . The Vernon equipment company inc. 312 now St. Phone 885-4615 �7t

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