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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 3, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Israel Syria settlement expected for cease fire by Barry Schweid associated Patti writer Damascus Syria a a senior american official a Aid today he a can see the shape of agreement Quot on disengagement of syrian and israeli forces on the Golan Heights. He spoke As Secretary of state Henry a. Kissinger arrived Here after to More hours of talks in Jerusalem. Ort Kissinger a plane the Secretary was trying to apply the principles of the Suez canal disengagement to the Golan front. But he conceded that Kissinger faced a much More difficult problem for several reasons among them israeli settlements in the occupied area and a higher degree of the official denied any Sug the official told newsmen. Gest Ion that Kissinger was e weather i fair and warm after a Days output of rain Clearing skies Are expected to return to the High Point area by late this afternoon. Temperatures will also warm up to Normal for the first week of May drier air moving Over the state Wilt bring the Clear skies with a few Clouds interspersed. The National weather service at Friendship Airport reported .42 of an Inch of ram in the last 24 hours. The forecast for tonight is forecast North Carolina foggy with drizzle Likely Piedmont this morning. Scattered showers and possible thundershowers mountains and East portion today. Otherwise gradual decreasing cloudiness with highs in the 70s West and Low to mid 80s East mostly Clear tonight with lows in the 50s. Partly Cloudy saturday with highs in the 70s South Carolina partly Cloudy today tonight and saturday. A Little cooler saturday. Highs today and saturday in the 80s. Lows tonight in the 50s. Three Day forecast North Carolina extended Outlook sunday through tuesday fair with daytime highs in the 70s to near 80 Over the Southeast portion. Lows in the upper 40s to mid 50s except slightly cooler in the mountains. Clear to partly Cloudy with Low temperatures dipping to the 50s. Chances of rain will diminish to to per cent. Saturday Wilt be partly Cloudy and warm. Highs Are expected to be in the mid 70s. A to per cent Chance of rain continues. The extended Outlook is for fair and warm through wednesday. Temperatures by the Aster ated Presa 24 hours Reding at 7 . Est station Asheville Chiv Augusta Clear Charleston Clear Charlotte rid Columbia Clear Greensboro rain g Ville. S c rain Raleigh Cloud Savannah Clear Wilmington cloy la l 64 St 84 83 84 70 70 58 90 62 62 50 65 St 65 53 1.15 87 68 79 68 or .02 it .38 .15 .42 .90 trying to impose a plan of his own and insisted the Secretary was not carrying Quot even to per cent of a plan. But having talked with the israelis he said a we now have enough elements Quot to gain a decision from the syrians. The main Points that have to be settled Are the positioning of disengagement lines on the Golan setting up a Buffer zone How it is to be manned and the firepower that will be permitted on the two sides of the line. Kissinger said in Jerusalem that he and the israeli leaders had studied Quot in great detail All the considerations involved in a disengagement and that he would do his Best Quot to present the ideas that have emerged out of these discussions As honestly and clearly As i Kissinger was due Back in Jerusalem saturday night to resume negotiations with Premier col a Cir and her top ministers. He said he would Quot return Here with the syrian ideas and we will attempt to see of whatever differences exist can be managed and dealt Quot we seek Security and peace and not the imposition of the views of any party on any other party Quot Kissinger said adding that his Mission is aimed at Quot promoting peace in the area and ending the hostilities that Are now going on inmate Dies in Accident Morganton. . Apr an 18-year-old inmate at the Western Carolina correctional Center died thursday shortly after falling and hitting his head on the gym floor while boxing authorities said supt. Frank Gunter identified him As Eddie k. Hoover of Spencer who had completed half of a two year sentence for larceny. Wage Law affects 1.2 million Atlanta a. A the u. S. Labor department says the new minimum wage Law which went into effect earlier this week has brought 1.23 million More workers under minimum wage regulations in eight Southeastern states. There Are now 8.8 million workers covered by the minimum wage Law in Georgia Alabama. Florida. Kentucky Mississippi. North Carolina South Carolina and Tennessee according to James e. Patching jr., assistant regional director for employment standards in the department s Atlanta regional office the new minimum wage for some workers was brought up to $2 an hour wednesday under new amendments to the fair labors standards act. However Quot not All newly affected workers will see immediate improvements from. The recent amendments Quot said Patching thursday Only those covered by the act before 1987 now receive at least $2 an hour he said. Those covered by amendments which took effect in 1967 were raised to at least 51.90 per hour. Large i armers those who employ More than 500 Man hours of labor during any Quarter of 1973�?must pay employees at least $160 per hour now. On Jan. I 1978 All workers now covered by the minimum wage Law must receive at least $2.30 an hour High Point Enterprise Friday May 3, 1974 3a agent Rose fast in drug world Detroit apr during his eight months in the dope Racket Vincent Mazzara was known to his drug friends As a fast Wheeler dealer who spent thousands of dollars on heroin and cocaine. That image was shattered when Federal and local authorities broke a dope ring and confiscated an estimated $6 million in drugs on inform mation supplied by Mazzara a Detroit police officer Mazzara a role in the recovery of 13 a pounds of heroin and four pounds of cocaine largest in the City s history a was told thursday by the Detroit news. Quot it s hard to think that its Mazzara 24. Said of an undercover life during which he was threatened with death several times. He refused to carry a gun because it might have revealed his True role. Quot i wanted to stay As far removed from being identified As a police officer As i possibly could Quot he said. Mazzara on the Detroit Force just three years said he Learned to change his character roles and attitudes As he rapidly moved up in the drug world during his assignment. He first pretended to be a hippie sporting a woolly Hairdo and a pierced ear. Then to show his drug associates he was improving his life style he traded in his faded jeans and earring for expensive clothes styled coiffure trimmed Mustache and flashy sports car his ruse was so convincing that one dealer Mazzara worked with cried in disbelief when he was arrested during a Roundup of suspects tuesday night the newspaper said. Mazzara said he had himself arrested last August during a raid on a drug hangout and then began to work his Way up the ladder Ai a drug dealer. He said he increased his drug buys from $200 a shot to 51,000 and once flashed 550.000 in Cash to make a $6,000 Purchase he said that at one Point a Contact told him Quot you re moving too fast now Man i would t give you a Nickel that you la live six months however mantra said he continued to make bigger and bigger buys and eventually became a close associate of some of Detroit s principal dope dealers Mazzara s deals and wiretaps Ai the top paddlers also led Federal agents to major dealers in new York and Texas Law enforcement officers said asked Why he took the assignment. Mazzara said Quot i guess it s just a lot of ambition. I wanted to by the Best a Light turnout expected in primary balloting Zales Raleigh apr state he publican chairman Thomas s. Bennett said thursday he is expecting a Light vote in tuesday s primary voting. The state cop chairman told a news conference he does no to think any primary race in North Carolina Quot has generated much interest and indications Are there will be a very Small vote Quot tuesday. Quot generally this is an apathetic year in politics and it is unfortunate Quot Bennett said. Quot i think the watergate scandals have created a sch in a to i Phi 883-1640 he expressed the opinion the watergate affair Quot will be used against candidates and Wilt have some effect on the outcome Quot of the november election. Bennett told newsmen he feels Quot president Nixon has responded very adequately Quot to the House judiciary com Mittee by providing transcripts of watergate tapes you re invited to Lay led revival Hillcrest Baptist Church Mcneil re. Off Hwy. 66 South Kernersville . Date May 5-10 services sunday 11 00 . Each night 7 30 . Speakers Glenn Mann Gene Abbott Carroll p. Welborn Harry. Cline Charles Kegerize Randall l. Rudo Kenneth Hewett special music Church choir and special groups pastor Vincent g. Wall j h a direct fixin Chipi warehouse our Foo pie make i umber one third annual garage Sale. Flea Marke tomorrow May 4 9 00 . 5 00 . Christ United methodist Church 1501 e. Lexington ave. Next to secures funeral Home Many items old and new at bargain prices hot dogs a baked goods proceeds to the building fund Mediterranean bedroom Dresser Mirror double or Queen bed Chest amp Nile commode regular $375. Retail $24759 Broyhill Spanish bedroom Dresser twin mirrors double or Queen bed Chest amp mite commode regular $495. Retail 33999 Dixie contemporary bedroom door Dresser two mirrors armoire door Chest double or Queen bed. Two nit commodes. Regular $725. Retail i95 anniversary togetherness Diamond duos. A. Duo set 2 diamonds 14 Karat Gold. $426 set. B. Duo set. 6 diamonds 14 Karat Gold. $225 set. Ales revolving charge a ates custom charge Banka me Icard a master charge american topless a diners club a layaway tons in it Tatj other bedroom suites by Dixie $395. To 689. New Market samples Fine Quality swivel and platform rockers s5995 regular $95.00 retail Barwick Sample bedroom door Dresser 2 mirrors door Chest double or Queen bed 2 Niles regular $650.00 retail 399 antique White or Oak bedroom Dresser Mirror bed amp Chest. Perfect for girls room 149. Smail size chair 51450 $29. Retd Vinyl sofa malt Kine chair 89.95 Fine Quality ump tables Coffee tables commode styles regular a jaw $89.00 $9q retail Mil Book shelves etageres stereo cabinets s995 to$1995 80 in. Maple Bookcase 225bi what does a yes tor Quot county Home Bonds Quot a the evergreens a mean tor you and other Guilford county citizens a provision tor a 360-bed nursing and rest Home to be located in Greensboro. This facility would replace the current outdated and potentially hazardous quarters located at East Bessemer and outline Mill Road. Del provision tor a new 120-bed rest Home in High Point. Statistics show that approximately 400 citizens in High Point alone could use rest Home facilities. Many of these Are already on waiting lists. Some Are being placed a but in Homes not in Guilford county. A Low Cost funding. Lease payments to Guilford county by the evergreens operators of both facilities would repay Cost of the Bonds to the taxpayer. Tall peace of mind. Guilford county citizens and their relatives have admission priority at the evergreens. This Means professional nursing and rest Home care for your family when it is needed. Odd chests Odd dressers Odd Beds Odd chairs Odd umps Coffee tables bunk Beds Box Spring i mattress sets etageres student desks 3dlnch round Marble top Coffee table from 39. From 59. From 24. From 19. Q from from 9. From �?~59. From �?~59. R,.m 9�?� from 241. $150 of value >95, Reg $25.00 lamp tables 9�?� Aho 12� swivel rockers from 29. Savi lowest prices Large selection Sleeper sofas again reduced 99 to 199. Kuhn size 5210. Vinyl love seats 39. F Abric $45 of Maple Dinette formic Toble 6 choir 169. Entire Stock sofas amp chairs reduced from our usual Low discount Price 18. 249. Bar i Stool 95. \ gun Cabinet 47.50 i vote yes mav7fe r county Home Bonds for Legal reasons the evergreens proposal appears on the ballot As Quot county Home Bonds. 5 3t 4 direct furniture warehouse amp clearance Center 1605 Bradley place directly behind Ward St. At red Dot building at Ward amp Prospect its. 1 daily Mon. To Fri. 10 30 to 5 30 a saturday 9 30 to 5 00

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