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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 26, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Huddleston praises Duke Power tapes school rulings re upheld High Point Enterprise Friday july 26, 1974 9a clubs fight brow bag Rule by Mary Newsom associated press writer Raleigh apr sen. Walter Huddleston d-ky., speaking in Raleigh thursday night praised supreme court decisions on school busing and the watergate tapes and criticized agriculture Secretary Earl Butz. Huddleston was guest speaker at a $50-a-plate fundraising dinner for . Senate candidate Robert Morgan. At a news conference before the dinner Huddleston and Morgan both expressed approval of thursdays supreme court ruling that Multi District integration plans May be imposed Only where All districts involved fail to operate integrated school systems. A i can t believe ifs in the Best interest for Blacks or Whites to look at a child and say a you have to go to this school because you re Black or because you re White a a Huddleston said. A the whole idea of a preconceived ratio is not a solution a he said and questioned whether Cross town busing would improve the Quality of education in City schools. Morgan agreed saying Quot i Ain basically opposed to the busing of school children to achieve racial balance. A i done to see any real differ Leaf prices increase slightly Raleigh . Apr flue cured tobacco prices increased slightly or held steady on All three belts in North Carolina thursday As the week s sales ended. Markets in the South Caro Lina Border North Carolina area closed their second week with increases in prices for lugs and cutters of mostly $1 and $2 per Hundred pounds. The Federal state Market news service in Florence s.c., in an unofficial total reported late thursday Gross sales for the Day in the Border Belt were 4.996.174 pounds and averaged $87.95. Gross sales wednesday totalled 5,643.747 pounds averaging $86.39 per Hundred. Markets in the old Middle and Eastern belts of North Carolina wound up their first week of sales thursday. On old and Middle Belt markets thursday most grades were averaging $2 to $4 above the government surplus rates. Wednesdays sales grossed 587.512 pounds and averaged $85 29�?a loss of 81 cents from tuesday. Priming which declined to 60 per cent of the offerings sold mainly from $83 to $90 per Hundred lugs brought mostly $90 to $92 and cutters $92. Approximately one half of the Grade averages improved on Eastern Belt markets on thursday the Market news service reported mainly by $1 and $2 per Hundred. Demand strengthened somewhat but no major changes were noted in Quality. Ence it s going to make in Southern school Morgan said but predicted it would affect some Northern districts. Huddleston a member of the Senate agriculture committee said Butzu decision to increase this years tobacco allotments was unwise. A the took it against the advice of the agriculture committee a Huddleston said. He commented on Low prices at this year s flue cured tobacco markets attributing them to the increased allotment the new marketing system and a longer marketing season this year. A there Are forces in Washington that would like to see the entire tobacco system eliminated a Huddleston said. A a it a Only through the efforts of delegations from agricultural states that we have been Able to retain the present marketing Morgan was introduced at the dinner by Duke University president Terry Sanford against whom Morgan campaigned vigorously in the 1960 gubernatorial Campaign. Morgan was Campaign manager for the unsuccessful 1960 gubernatorial Campaign of i. Beverly Lake. Morgan aides viewed Sanford s appearance As an attempt to show the state democratic party in the past troubled by factional disputes is now behind its candidate. Both Morgan and Huddleston expressed approval of wednesday s supreme court decision ordering president Nixon to turn Over 64 tape recordings As evidence to special watergate prosecutor Leon Jawarski. Tennessee death penalty invoked Morristown Tenn. Apr for the first time since the supreme court overturned capital punishment Laws in mid-1973, a Man has been sentenced to death in Tennessee. Clarence Collins jr., 22. Accused of slaying a Hamblen county couple March 18, was sentenced to die in Tennessee s electric chair thursday. A criminal court jury of eight men and four women found Collins guilty of first degree murder in the death Winston Salem newsmen turn Down Union Winston Salem apr news and editorial staff members of the Winston Salem journal and the twin City Sentinel rejected Union representation by a vote of 49-28 thursday. The vote ended a six month organizing Effort by the International mailers Union. The Union which now represents the paper s mail room and service personnel had conducted a Low key Campaign principally by mail. Of Merchie Bacon. 54. The jury also found Collins guilty of second degree murder in the death of Bacons wife Sarah. A 99-year-sentence was imposed for the murder of mrs. Bacon. It was the first death sentence rendered in Tennessee since the legislature reimposed capital punishment for certain crimes Early this year. The new statute replaces a Law overturned by the supreme court decision. Collins was released from the Tennessee Penitentiary nov. 3 after serving a term for grand larceny. The Bacons bodies were found in the debris of their burning Home the morning of March 19. Sheriffs deputies said Bacon had been shot once. Mrs. Bacon had been raped beaten and shot twice deputies said. Collins who had worked with Bacon in the Home insulation business contended he shot Bacon in self defense. He said mrs. Bacon was killed As he struggled with her to take a gun away from her after the death of her husband. There have been no executions in Tennessee since 1960 when William h. Tines was put to death nov. 7. Friday amp saturday special fish Rute is 19 includes fillet of flounder Slaw Tarter sauce. French Fries hush puppies. Twice As much fish for Only 50 extra. Take out orders Welcome alexanders Barbecue 1807 n. Main St. 883-9423 885-9918 i/j4 4 is Happy to present the expressions gospel singers gospel singing and dinner 6pm and 9pm. Saturday july 27 bring the family for a terrific banquet from the sea and enjoy the Fine inspirational singing of this highly acclaimed group. Raleigh apr the state utilities commission has rejected a Challenge to Duke Power policy of raising its Utility rates periodically to reflect increased Coal prices. The commission thursday denied the motion by the North Carolina textile manufacturers association the attorney general r. J. Reynolds co. And great lakes Carbon corp. The challengers argued that state Law forbids Duke from putting into effect any temporary increase greater than 20 per cent. They charged that Dukes implementation of a proposed 16.8 per cent general rate increase now pending commission approval plus the Coal clause hike resulted in a 25 per cent increase in residential Power Bills and a 30 per cent jump for businesses and industries. The commission dismissed the arguments saying the Law in question referred Only to unilateral rate hikes. It said it had earlier specifically granted Duke authority to impose the increase As Coal costs Rose. It was the second time in More than a week that Duke s interim implementation of the Coal clause has been upheld. The state court of appeals said last week it lacked the authority to declare the clause illegal. The ruling Means Duke May continue passing Coal Price increases along to its customers. Charlotte a club owners Are seeking to Block enforcement of a new state regulation that could sharply curtail brow bag Ging at lounges across the state. The alcoholic beverage control Board adopted the regulation last month. It requires an establishment to have a five Day waiting period for membership in order to qualify As a private club. It is to go into effect. Aug. I. A lounge must have private club status in order to obtain a Brown bagging permit. Attorney Clayton Selvey or. Said the injunction is being sought in Mecklenburg county Superior court on behalf of la Charlotte clubs. A we Hope to show the judge that our clients will suffer irreparable damage a if the regulation is enforced he said. The new Abc Rule also forbids private clubs to advertise to the general Public. Publicity is restricted to members Only. Vav. G. Maupin of Raleigh director of enforcement for the Abc Board said the regulation is designed to prevent abuse of the private club status by a instant membership establishments. He said some of the lounges in the state were converting to Public operation with no Brown bagging. While others were trying to comply. Other Abc officials emphasized that the new regulation merely spells out what was the intent of Brown bagging statutes All along. The regulation exempts lounges in hotels and motels from the five Day waiting period. Registration at the hotel will be adequate for membership. Many hotels and motels have Brown bagging permits in conjunction with restaurants so can remain open to the Public. Brown bagging regulations pertaining to restaurants have not been changed. Club owners claims the two stipulations could Cut their business in half. Clay Sparrow owner of Clay s Cue lounge and one of those represented in the suit said 50 per cent of his customers Are from out of town. He said other clubs have As much As 75 per cent transient business. The requirement that an applicant wait five Days for membership would take a big bite out of Trade. Jerry Baker manager at clays said the delay could Cut Back their business 40 to 45 per cent. Kenny Barnhardt manager of Paul s lounge said the ban on advertising would Hurt his club More than the membership delay. Hybie s Hereth of High Point Friday amp saturday night special free cheese cake with filet mignon dinner banquet facilities private rooms available Sheraton hotel 400 n. Main inexpensive. But it works so does want ads in the High Point Enterprise Call dancing saturday night july 27th the Cut Glass orchestra a a i dinner by candlelight 6 to to . 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