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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 27, 1974, High Point, North Carolina N. C. Belt tobacco prices show slight improvement Raleigh a flue cured tobacco prices improved slightly and Quality of offerings was higher in North Carolina As auctions ended this week. The Federal state Market news service reported Friday the average Price per Hundred pounds in the South Carolina Border North Carolina Belt climbed $4.31 from last week s opening prices prices. Gross sales for the week ending thursday totalled 22,-965.388 pounds in the Border Belt and averaged $86.05 per Hundred. Average prices for various grades of Leaf increased from $1 to $5. Mostly $2 and $3, the news service said. Sales this week shifted from predominantly priming to higher percentages of lugs and cutters. The stabilization corp. This week received 6.6 per cent of Gross sales with season deliveries on the Border Belt totalling 6,643,876 pounds or 14.8 per cent. Eastern and Middle Belt markets ended their first week thursday. Gross sales tor the week on the Eastern Belt were 27.534.175 pounds and averaged $82.46 per hundreds a $1.41 drop from the first week last year. Thursday s sales on Eastern markets amounted to 5.632,143 pounds and averaged $83 19. Prices varied for different grades with better Quality priming gaining $1 to $3 but lower grades of priming Down $1 to $6, priming and nondescript made up almost two thirds of the volume. The stabilization corp. Reported 16.7 per cent of sales this week in Eastern Belt markets was placed under loan. Last year the figure was less than one per cent. Middle Belt prices were higher than last year but the increase in the Overall average Price was kept Down due to lower Quality offerings the news service said. Gross sales for the week totalled 2,573,502 pounds and averaged $86.12, Topping last year s opening week by 79 cents. Thursday s Gross sales were 540,228 pounds and averaged $86 48 the stabilization corp. Received 8 5 per cent of Middle Belt sales compared with la per cent opening week last year. Indians from Page i a to other . Veterans Are practically nonexistent on the reservation Many claim they can t get a financing to buy a Home. The navajos also say they want the government to build a veterans Hospital on their reservation. But most of All they say they want More jobs. Plan ahead to reduce costs trip offerings consisted of approximately twice the percentage of priming than during last years opening week. Very Little Leaf and floor first cutters were on the although during the week last season this tobacco made up nearly 40 per cent of sales. Nebr considers restrain order Harlan by. A the National labor relations Board Norb has not decided whether to seek a Federal court restraining order to control picketing at Eastover mining High splint mine in Harlan county. A a it a something we re checking into a Norb spokesman Emit Fargus said Friday after about 70 pickets congregated at the mine. The United mine workers ump said it had Only six men on the line a the number allowed under an agreement with the Norb a As it began the second year of its strike against Eastover. A the others who showed up definitely belong to the Southern labor Union a a said Houston Elmore a ump organizer from Washington do. The Southern labor Union Slu represents the High splint miners. The ump is picketing the facility to press Eastover for a settlement at two other Harlan county mines. The ump walked out july 26, 1973, at Eastover a Brookside and Bailey a Creek operations a month Atter winning a collective bargaining election. Contract negotiations broke off last november Between the ump and Eastover a subsidiary of a Charlotte ., electrical Utility the Duke Power co. The ban on mass picketing by Bob Irvin Detroit new Auto editor you can save a lot of Gas by planning your Days driving ahead of time. For example if you have to drive the children to school you might organize your Day so that at the same time you go to the supermarket or the cleaners. The Ordinary thing might be to drop the children off at school then go Home for a v. At High splint was agreed to wednesday when the Union met with Norb representatives in Federal court at Covington by. . District judge Mac Swinford said Friday if the pact is broken he has jurisdiction to Rule on the question of a temporary restraining order should the Norb apply for one. Fargus said the Norb Hadnot yet made such a decision. Quot we had a report to the effect that there was mass picketing at High splint Friday morning a a he said but added Quot we have not gotten word Back from High splint. It May have been a some Slu members began picketing earlier this week after two miners were discharged for allegedly sympathizing with the ump. Elmore said Friday his Union keep Slu miners away. Gov. Wendell Ford also said he understood most of the demonstrators Friday were from the Slu. He said he was satisfied the ump was restricting its own activity. The governor told newsmen in Frankfort that an aide to ump president Arnold Miller telephones each morning with the names of six miners who will be picketing that Day. The weather thundershowers skies will remain mostly Cloudy through tonight with a Chance of thundershowers. The highs today should be in the mid to upper 80s with lows tonight in the upper 60s or Low 70s. Sunday should be partly sunny with highs in the mid 80s. Winds Are South to Southwest at five to to Miles an hour. The probability of rain is 40 forecast North Carolina mostly Cloudy with scattered mostly afternoon and evening thundershowers becoming partly Cloudy mountains tonight and Over Western and Northern sections sunday. Highs today mid to upper 80s except Low to mid 80s mountains. Lows tonight mid to upper 60s mountains to Low 70s on coast. Highs sunday mid 80s mountains to mid to upper 80s Southeast. South Carolina variable cloudiness and continued warm today through sunday with scattered mainly afternoon and evening thundershowers. Highs mid and upper 80s. Lows upper 60s Northwest and lower 70s elsewhere. Per cent today 30 per cent tonight and 20 per cent sunday. A Chance of mostly scattered afternoon and evening thundershowers remains for monday through wednesday. Highs Are expected to be in the 80s and Low 60s or 70s. 3-Day forecast North Carolina extended Outlook monday through wed mesday scattered mostly afternoon and evening thundershowers each Day. Highs mostly in the 80s. Lows in the mountains mostly 60s, on the beaches mostly 70s. South Carolina extended Outlook monday through wednesday isolated showers daily with daytime highs near 90 and nighttime lows in the upper 60s. Carolina weather by the associated press 24 hours ending at 7 Castro says Cia Hurt president Miami Fla. Apr cuban prime minister Fidel Castro says Cia trained agents have been More effective in jeopardizing the president of the United states than in overthrowing his regime in Cuba. The communist Leader in a nationwide radio and television broadcast on Friday commemorating the Start of his revolution in 1953, said Quot mercenaries trained by the Cia in espionage sabotage and subversion were employed to spy and Rob documents at the Headquarters of the democratic party of the United states. Quot this action and the scandal it has occasioned the complications which it originated demonstrate that the Cia and its mercenaries were much More capable of ruining the presidency of the United states than defeating the cuban several former Cia agents were involved in the 1972 watergate break in. The Cia also sponsored the cuban Bay of pigs invasion in 1961, which the Castro regime turned into a rout. Bald head plaintiffs win Case Wilmington a a Federal appeals court judge ruled Friday that a Marina being constructed at Bald head Island May not be connected to the Cape fear River until a suit involving the project is settled. Judge Braxton Craven of the fourth . Circuit court of appeals said Carolina Cape fear corp. May continue its construction of the Marina but the Access Channel May not be built until the court rules on a suit brought by environmentalists. Plaintiffs in the Case including the conservation Council of North Carolina and the Sierra club Are appealing a lower court ruling which allowed All work to continue. Environmentalists say the Marina will cause Furler development that will damage the aesthetic and natural environment of the sem tropical Island near Southport. . District court judge John d. Larkins or. Dismissed the Case last week ruling that the plaintiffs had no Legal standing in Federal court. Larkins also upheld the decision of the army corps of engineers a co defendant to Grant a permit for the project but not require an environmental Impact statement. High Point Enterprise saturday july 27, 1974 5a democrats meeting to choose candidate by Rick Scott associated press writer Raleigh Apr the 260-member executive committee of the North Carolina democratic party met in Raleigh today to choose their nominee for state attorney general. Eight candidates actively sought the Post which is being vacated by Robert Morgan on aug. 26 so he can devote full time to his democratic Campaign for the . Senate. The democratic nominee will face Republican James h. Carson jr., who was appointed by gov. Jim Holshouser to serve As attorney general Between aug. 26 and the november general election. Carson is expected to have no trouble getting the nomination from the gop executive committee. The Winner in the november election will serve the final two years of morgans term. The nominating convention was to begin at to a m. Under the supervision of party chairman James r. Sugg. Party leaders believed it would take several hours to choose the nominee. Considerable debate was expected Over the adoption of rules and procedures governing the meeting. This was the first order of business. Most observers predicted at least four ballots would be needed to choose the nominee. Although no one candidate has emerged As the acknowledged front runner four contenders were believed to be the strongest reps. Herbert fall 73% station Asheville rain Augusta fog Charleston cloy Charlotte log Columbia cloy Greensboro rain Greenville . Raleigh tog Savannah rain Wilmington cloy h l 81 66 85 71 84 71 cup of Coffee before heading off on some morning shopping chores. But that a the wrong thing to do from a fuel Economy standpoint because while you re having that cup of Coffee your cards engine is Cooling off. A Cool engine gets poor Economy. Mileage is bad the first few blocks or Miles not improving until the engine is warmed. In fact if you want to organize a shopping Pool go right ahead. You might find that taking a couple of neighbors along would be fun and save Gas As Well. It will make better use of a big station Wagon for example. See our ground on display front prices pools professionally initialled by Guilford enterprises 1-85-old Thomasville Road phone 885-5339 a Complete Pool supplies and accessories a Bank financing available a ask about do it yourself installation a Pool chemicals a Pool toys and games of service what we self pm earnings take downturn Detroit a blaming inflation which hit hard on the heels of the Energy crisis general motors reports its profits during the first six months of 1974 nosedive 73 per cent from a year ago. Pm chairman Richard Gerstenberg said Friday the Auto giant was unable to keep prices in line with soaring costs. Profits were 2.8 per cent of sales compared with 8.4 per cent a year ago he said. As a result january june earnings were $426 million compared with $1.6 billion during the same period in 1973. It was the lowest profit figure at the Halfway Mark tor pm in 16 years. Second Quarter profits of $306 million were a 13-year Low off 62 per cent from $797 million last Spring. Quot in general motors As in the nation inflation has replaced Energy As the major concern a a said Gerstenberg in a statement. Quot costs of materials labor and services continued to increase More rapidly than Thev could be recovered in Flowers for All occasions High Point loading Florist Grace Flower shop no la of Tenn a Westwood a a a 4015 and Thuiy inexpensive. But it works so does want ads in the High Point Enterprise Call 885-2177 or .63 .42 .07 85 70 i 32 90 75 .07 85 69 rain 86 71 85 71 82 70 89 73 .57 t .60 t rapid a reliable a reasonable , and electronic repairs we guarantee our repairs when your television goes kaput we re the people to Call. Our electronic specialist can find the trouble fast. Sales amp service dealer for Admiral . Charlies radio to sales amp service 512 English re. Re. 885-8916 t77i4 the Selling Price of our products Quot he said. Gerstenberg said the Cost of building the average pm car in 1974 Rose about $225, while the Price of pm vehicles increased an average $133 during the same six month period. Pm has raised the Price of its vehicles an average $534 since the end of the 1973-Model year. Sales during january june totalled $15.21 billion Down 21 per cent from $19,18 billion a year earlier. Second Quarter sales of $8.28 billion were off 14 per cent from $9.6 billion in 1973. Six months per share earnings were $1.46, Down from a record $5.62 during 1973. Hyde of Buncombe and Kitchin Josey of Scotland neck Rufus Edmisten of Boone former aide to sen. Sam j. Ervin d-. And Superior court judge Charles Kivett of Greensboro. Other Active candidates included rep h. M. Michaux or. Of Durham Superior court judge Dennis Winner of Asheville sen. Mcneill Smith of Greensboro and Wake county dist. Atty. Burley Mitchelljr. The candidates restated their qualifications and positions Friday night to Raleigh area executive committee members at the last of a series of Public forums. More than too people attended the forum. Committee members began arriving Friday afternoon. At the hotel sir Walter where the convention is being held the candidates set up Quot hospitality Quot suites to meet committee members and answer questions. Candidate s supporters were Busy lining up votes and planning strategy. At the forum the candidates reiterated their support of Morgan and promised to continue his consumer Protection and Law enforcement programs. They attacked the Republican administrations of president Nixon and gov. Jim Holshouser and urged a democratic Victory in november to preserve a balance of Power Between the governor and the attorney general a office. Edmisten said he already has a statewide Campaign organization set up that could gear up immediately if he were nominated. He said he could defeat Carson. He Dis counted his Lack of courtroom experience saying a the attorney general must be Able to manage people and make them Josey of Scotland neck pointed to his 18 years of Legal experience including some As a solicitor and As a state representative. He called himself Quot a Democrat Down the line who has never Hyde of Buncombe county who spiced his remarks with broadsides at the gof and its officials said he was Best qualified and most experienced of All the candidates. Hyde set up the forums. Kivett noted his experience As a lawyer five years spent As a solicitor and five years As a Superior court judge. All the candidates expressed Confidence that a United democratic Effort this fall would keep a Democrat in the attorney general a office. Summer course in real estate brokerage free first lecture fri., aug. 2nd 7 . At Greensboro Owca 314 n. Davie Street satisfactory completion of this lecture course meets the educational requirements for the real estate brokers licensing examination. Men and women attend this organization meeting Ond lecture Friday aug 2, without obligation. Graduates of this course will qualify for the sept. 28 Broker s exam lecture presented by Thomas Sawyer instructor tor Lee Institute. 17 27 4 television log cd a my is we to of Meriett a Wunch University Ste ted a a Gap High Pettit b overtone he Wols Roanoke cd Wujs Winsten Selem i. To wait till your. Moore Sise. I a of 7 30 . 9 to 12 movie 8 00 . 3 Hollywood squares 9 30 . 2 3 news to sports highlights 2 3 Bob Newhart 9 12 news to Porter Wagoner 8 00 . 10 00 . 6 30 . 2 3 All in the family 2 3 Barnaby Jones 8 Partridge family 8 Owen Marshall 2 3 news 9 to 12 emergency 9 Arthur Smith 11 00 . To news 8 30 . 2 3 news 12 Sci i flick 2 Mash 8 news 3 soap Box Derby 7 00 . 8 movie 11 30 . 2 Hee Haw 2 3 late movie 3 Tommy fade 9 00 . 8 in session 8 9 Lawrence Welk 2 3 Mary Tyler 12 news sports special ugh pts n 4 00 nil Hall of Fame football Buffalo Bills is. St. Louis cardinals 8 i capsule views of today s evening programs 8 . 2 All in the family a Archie and Edith Are having problems with both Quot another woman Quot and Frank Lorenzo a Midnight Melody a Keg. 8 the Partridge family a a pin it on Danny finds a brooch gives it to his Mother for her birthday then discovers to his dismay that a $50 Reward is offered for its return. 12 emergency possible radiation poisoning from waste in a wrecked truck the mysterious illness of a healthy businessman after a taxi ride and the crash of a fat Young Man through a ceiling keep the paramedics Busy. 8 30 . 2 a Mash a a series of interruptions fail to halt the weekly poker game. 8 suspense movie Quot the hanged Man a with Steve Forrest Cameron Mitchell Sharon Acker Dean Jagger will Geer and Barbara Luna a former gunslinger is unjustly hanged and pronounced dead yet returns to life hours later As a mysterious Avenger fighting for Justice in the old West. 9 . 2 Mary Tyler Moore a ted Baxter Enrols in Mary a night school class in creative writing and becomes a Burden to the students. 2 movie a a marooned a a with Gregory Peck David Janssen and Gene Hackman. The Threeman Crew of a malfunctioning space Craft is marooned while Mission control works desperately to Rescue them. 9 30 . 2 Bob Newhart Carol Falls in love with her surgeon a relationship that everyone questions due to their disparity in Ages. 10 . 2 Barnaby Jones Carl Betz guest stars As a Man who kills his wife a Lover then finds he has killed the wrong Man. 8 Owen Marshall a the a detective is charged in a wrongful death suit after he bursts into a Home without a search warrant and kills a youth he believes to be a jewel thief. 11 30 p a i late movie a Quot a very special favor a with Rock Hudson and Leslie Caron. A handsome lawyer repays a debt to a business acquaintance by agreeing to pursue his spinster psychologist daughter. 8 in session guests will be Al Wilson David Essex and Lori Lieberman. 12 Midnight 8 a Shock theater a Quot off limits a with Bob Hope and Mickey Kooney. 12 movie a a redheads from Seattle a with Rhonda Fleming Gene Barry and Teresa Brewer. An exciting tale combining music and murder in the Gold Rush Days of Alaska

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