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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 22, 1976, High Point, North Carolina Iga High Point Enterprise. Thursday. July 22. 1976 Privette action ordered against school Tow flaws districts none in the South is the associated press Republican gubernatorial candidate Coy Privette says that Quot some fat cats Quot and other citizens with influence Are shown preferential treat ment in enforcement of i quoi and other Laws in North Carolina Privette made the statement at a news conference in Greensboro wednesday he said that if elected he null try to close the loopholes in the liquor Laws Ile did not elaborate. But he said he was not go my to close any liquor stores earlier Privette told a news conference in Raleigh he will release a major position Loper on education next week democratic gubernatorial candidate George Wood issued a statement today saying that state employees must be paid on a scale with persons in similar positions in private Industry Quot i will keep the salary scale for state employees an a Par with that found in private he said meanwhile. Jessie Rae Scott. Democratic candidate for commissioner of labor. Aid legislative action is needed to end discrimination against women Blacks and elderly workers she said that if elected she will work to seek anti discrimination Laws she made her remarks in a speech before the american business women s association de of Herron democratic candidate for governor said the next commander of the state Highway patrol should come from the patrol s ranks Quot to say that we must go outside the ranks to find an acceptable commander for the patrol is not Only a slap in the face for the Many very Good men in the organization it is also a slander on the training program the patrol has instituted Over the o Herron said in a prepared statement tie of glued thai it elected Tivitt re Luck cd patrol detachment at the governor s mansion to the very lowest possible total false pretences some folks find it hard to live up to the salary they Lead their next door neighbors to think they Are getting Washington Al saying Federal officials have failed in their duties to Monitor desegregation a v s District court judge is ordering the department of health. Educate and welfare to take action against 46 school districts in every Section of the country except the South judge John Sirica in an order issued wednesday told hew officials to move against the school districts in the next 60 to 120 Days saying there had been enough delays the order could Lead to withholding of Federal funds from school districts that Are not in compliance with Federal desegregation Laws firemen turn Down strike Kaleigh api Raleigh firemen have voted not to strike for increased pay. Hubert Altman. A spokesman for the Raleigh fire fighters association said wednesday the vote by firemen was far below the two thirds needed to Call a strike the balloting was done Over a three Day period Altman declined to release the figures fire chief Rufus Keith had written firemen warning that they would be fired for participating in a strike the backdrop to the vote was an unsuccessful 0-Day strike by sanitation workers that ended Friday the workers went Back to work on the City s terms included in Sirica s order were school districts in new York City los Angeles Chicago. Tucson. Am Omaha. Neb and Hartford Conn plaintiffs in the Case had argued that hew officials failed to enforce the desegregation regulations throughout the country with As much enthusiasm As in the South none of the school districts listed by Sirica was in the South a similar court order involving schools Only in the South was directed at hew officials several years ago and a government study released last month said fewer students attend a a intensely segregated schools in the South than in any other Section of the country. In response to Sirica s order. Martin h Kerry. Director of hew s office of civil rights said the government has already taken proper actions against the 46 school districts he contended the districts Are voluntarily de segregating Quot in virtually All instances a Sirica cited substantial delays of from i1 to 8 years in completion of if new investigations of compliance by the 46 school districts. Quot during which time the school districts involved have continued to receive Federal financial assistance a but Gerry said Sirica was ruling on the basis of old information Quot i regret that the judge Felt it appropriate to take this action particularly in Light of his open a know lodgement that the record in the Case before Hun was Gerry said Quot the notice tomorrow Friday Toucan buy ladies panties 5 for s-00 pair a . Clothing Public whole Ole outlet English Road at Westchester or next to one Dollar store dependable ,.refrigeration 9 Maytag sales fling the Low coot j Maytag highlanders Are Hen sole starts May 13 ends May 20. We be got some exciting prices on Maytag dependability dependable refrigeration 1641 n. Main 886-4987 Quot i if in i ii in in i i Ift 11 la ii ii i ii i ii i ii i ii i itt ii in t r i record before the judge was indeed stale Quot Gerry said 21 of the school districts cited by Sirica have voluntarily greed to compliance plans four others Are involved in enforcement proceedings of shoe w Samoa. A comte we re continuing our great Sale sleeveless blouses.20% off slacks.10% off one group dresses .20 to 50% off shorts.20% off polyester pantsuits .30% off polyester raincoats.20% off we fit the hard to fit Quot Ort \ Milt ii of it m i h to or i. I of \ in ii Hank charge u r i lunar i Erk a shop ticket f talc Utah Jim Mil Home of Stout and slender Fri Kiona 1 112 pm i kit rtt is. Sale coh old a it we i now /2 err values from $18 to $30 Here s a great Chance to Stock up on your favorite Spring and summer styles. Spunky sports or Slinky sophisticates. Or both hurry to Rosaine s while the selection is Good and save save save am tales final a no exchanges no refunds Kio read the Enterprise classified ads Happy in Celebration of our country a 200th birthday one of the most significant buys of our Bicentennial Sale from Crawford of Jamestown. 7 drawer 60&Quot triple Dresser landscape Mirror 5 drawer Chest on Chest and full bed and night stand. Wants you to have a $200saving on this Beautiful solid Maple bedroom group richly finished in Nutmeg. Quantities limited regular Price $794.50 Sale Price �?�549�?o Varner warehouse sales 2605 Wharrie re. Phone 431-8113 Quot across from Burlington ind. Showroom Quot

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