High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 5 1972, Page 7

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 5, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Experts compute automobile costs by Vian Haugland Asa edited press writer Washington a the Federal Highway administration said thursday that although americans spent More than $20 billion last year for new automobiles most of them done to know How much it costs to own and operate a car. In its publication a Cost of operating an automobile a the Agency said the typical owner of a Standard size 1972 automobile will spend $13,553 to buy and operate the car for to years an average of 13.55 cents a mile. The owner of a 1972 compact car will pay $10,808, or 10.81 cents a mile Over the 10-year, 100,000-mile period. The owner of a 1972 subcompact Model will pay out $9,$44, or 9.4 cents a mile Over the decade from Assembly line to junkyard. A during this period the Standard size car owner will pay $2,787 for some 7,350 Gal Lons of gasoline a the Public Tion said. A the will pay $2,147 to keep the vehicle maintained and in repair $1,350 to insure it and Over $1,800 for Garaging parking and tolls. A this state and Federal automotive tax Bill most of which goes to support the roads he drives on will amount to $1,-319�?about 9.7 per cent of total the publication also reported that a nationwide sales records of 1972 Standard size cars and compacts showed that 70 per cent or More had Power steering More than 90 per cent had automatic transmissions and 90 per cent had radios. More than 80 per cent of the Standard size cars also had air conditioning. For the subcompact Power steering was virtually nonexistent but 45 to 50 per cent had automatic transmissions and More than 80 per cent had radios. A depreciation is by far the greatest single Cost of owning and operating an automobile. First year depreciation is relatively high�?16 cents a mile for. The Standard size car in suburb Halgh a according ban use n j cents for the com to the state Board of elections pact an j 7 g cents a mile for some 2,199,936 North Carolin subcompact in total costs lans Are registered to vote in ownership and operation. Saturday s primary. A a a that a the largest total registration North Carolina has Ever had a said elections director Alex Brock. According to Brock 216.000 persons registered since Jan. I and about 103,000 of these were Between 17 and 21 years old. Brock estimated that 1.3 million persons or 60 per cent of those registered would vote saturday. The registration figures showed 1.642,603 voters listed High Point Enterprise Friday May 5, 1972 7a registration statistics announced we believe. That we have served several million people. That s a lot of folks and it s All been done right Here in this same spot. We consider ourselves High Point s very own. We Ore completely owned by High pointers lock Stock and Borrel. From a Banjo pick to a Diamond a nosh saves you themselves As democrats 481, 8/7 As republicans 6,916 As nosh jewelry Ond Loon american party members and company. 127 n. Mom Stoat. 68,540 As independents or no party members. They included 1,836,752 we Honor All Whites 348,770 Blacks and 14, Bank credit cards 358 indians or others. Basketball from a wheelchair see one of the most exciting basketball games played in this area 7 30 pm saturday May 6 a High Point Myca Richmond charioteer is Queen City Hawks git is High Point College All stars world famous Oasis Temple Orent Al band 70 perform at half tue a a sound and sight to behold sponsored by High Point shrine club admissions by donations Only All profits go to crippled child Rani Hospital below Are a few of the thousands of your friends and neighbors who also Trust Jim Holshouser Dale c. Montgomery Bob Vaughan Curtis e. Freeman Edna Farlow Sara Brown i. Rondeau w. Paul Davit Robert Lewis Paul Hall Clyde Vaughan James r. Shelton Henry e. Lee or. M. Edgar Watson Jim Norman Paul w. Clapp smitty Bryant Bessie w. Hollingsworth John g. Patseavouras mrs. John g. Patseavouras Susan Garner Jarvis Stephens William f. Greer Lester e. Myers Jerry h. Fuqua Rey Johnston Robert Mckinney d. S. Cecil j. Ross Spencer or. Teresa Neely William p. Matthews Pat Mellonas i. H. Hollingsworth Derelys Sto Olcey Lew Strokey mrs. Helen Forrest Pere Jelly Charlotte sulter Kevin g. Taylor Breeks gear Coolidge marrow Gene Ling Kelley Waldon Shirley a. Barnes Sonny Barnes Jayne Allen Robert h. Mathes Kenneth Williams Clintso Mcgill Christopher Mcgill Erwin Moore Roosevelt Robinson Nancy w. Stephens Herman e. Crawford n. W. Hoover Charles c. Spain mrs. Del s. Risdon Nancy e. Williams Ellen h. Holmes Don r. Alsop j. C. Foy or. M. B. Williams Bill d. Cain Joann Cain r. Norman Rhyne Willie m. Stanton Pat Sutherlin Joel Farlow Judy Foster Terry c. Cox Bruce Alexanderjr. Elaine Montgomery mrs. R. B. Courts or. Linda Thorburn Marie Lance Fred d. Lance Fred Moon Dot Sloan Steve Martin ted Hunt r. Odell Payne Ben Cone or. Bob Davis w. Eugene Johnston Rick Vaughan Jeff Rountree mrs. Jeff Rountree mrs. John Bridgers mrs. Hoi Shoemaker hoi Shoemaker or. William Joyce mrs. William Joyce Howard Mccurry Gurney w. Pendry Norris Lane Oldham r. B. Courts or. Allan Garner Gilbert Gates David Adams Margaret w. Kearns John t. Yelkina mrs. Belle Clapp Mary Clayton Modine p. Vaughan Richard d. Levy Melvin Garner Ray d. Wagner Rosalind Hunsucker Jeanne m. Edwards Jim Penley Celeste Corum Joe Floyd w. Lawson Allen Sloan d. Gibson or. Mrs. Paul s. Own Paul Braxton Cliff Mitchell Loo a. Stackhousr Bette j. Garner Thurman w. Smith c. J. Mcdaniel mrs. Estelle of it Ain Donald j. Kearns Ollie Penley Hilda k. Vaughan Paul Owen Lucille c. Crawford mrs. Bruce Alexander vote for solid accomplishment and political knowledge not surface glitter vote Jim Holshouser in the Republican primary on May 6th paid for by friends of Holshouser mrs. Jan Doby treasurer

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