High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Oct 31 1976, Page 28

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 31, 1976, High Point, North Carolina Face flattering hats give finishing touch he High Point enter the sunday october 31, �7f top executives lowliest workers Are moonlighting Somra i Newt service new York in a sign of the times that moonlighting is expanding vertically to the Point where it is caching company presidents and other top executives All the Way Down to the lowliest worker on the Assembly line. Figures Are hard to come by Many Moon lighters keep their second jobs to themselves a both to avoid recriminations from their primary employers and to evade tax authorities but it is apparent that working at a second Job seems to be picking up new recruits All the time Best estimates Are Between 3 million and 6 million Moon lighters Why do people think of working beyond Normal hours when the Job trend Over the generations has been for fewer and fewer working hours primarily to make More Money with prices rising certainly beyond rises in income for Many of us. Economic need can most easily be met by extra work and a work week that gets progressively Shorter while overtime becomes less common makes this even More feasible but there Are other explanations a Many men and women even in Good paying jobs find modern corporate life stultifying and they look elsewhere for the challenges that help life to become More bearable. A moonlighting provides some executives with the Way to test a new venture or idea without taking the economic risk involved in giving up current Job and income a similarly moonlighting allows them the Opportunity to learn More How to run their own business a or to test themselves to determine of they really have what it takes to be in business successfully for themselves a some men and women look to moonlighting As a Way of testing new Job opportunities they will work for a prospective employer on a part time after hours basis to see How they like each other Only when each has found the other to his liking will the employees take the plunge of leaving their jobs a in these Days when businesses fail or when mergers result in reduction in Force Many employees find moonlighting a key to Job Security since they have something to fall Back on should the business a of or their main Job be merged out of existence a still others Moonlight to develop business opportunities that will be theirs should they be fired or when they Are ultimately retired. Although moonlighting is to be found All Over the business world this does not mean it has Universal acceptance far from it Many employers Are ready to fire an employee whenever they learn he is working elsewhere on his off time they justify such action on several grounds a moonlighting they say. Lessens employee efficiency the Moon lighter red eyed in the morning from his chores the night before might become Accident prone because he is tired or his mind is not completely on the Job at hand his Home life May be neglected his wife and children May object to his prolonged absence All tending to develop an unhealthy family environment a a management fears the Moon lighter will work for a competitor thus compromising his original employer s Confidence employers come to feel strongly that an employee s loyalty belongs unequivocally to the company that has spent time and Money on his hiring training and subsequent development if a Man is moonlighting inescapably the original employer believes he is getting Only a shale of his employees loyalty rather than the full measure he feels is due him a management fears the Moon lighter will cheat him in several ways he May work at hts second Job while he is collecting sick pay from his first or he May deliberately slow Down in the daytime preferring to rest up As much As he can in preparation for his second Job White Rose Oes honors members the White Rose chapter 157, order of the Eastern Star had a recognition ceremony to Honor outstanding members mistress of ceremonies was Sis b Blackburn speaker was Rev Belvin Jessup pastor of United memorial methodist Church mrs f Dixon organist and members of the Church choir furnished a program of music. Special guests were Sis Tilley grand associate Matron several past matrons and the District Deputy of District la Winston Salem Betty Dennis Rogers pair plans vows Thomasville or and mrs e d. Dennis of route 2 announce the engagement of their daughter. Sara Nell to Daryl Vann Rogers son of or and mrs Frank Rogers of it 2. Lexington. The couple plans a dec. 4 ceremony at first Assembly of god no formal invitations will be sent but the ceremony will be open to friends and relatives of the couple miss Dennis graduated from East Davidson High school and is employed by a line apparel or Rogers attended Central Davidson High school and is employed by Thomas co. Adding fashion flair to any outfit hats for fall and Winter Are face flattering and Chic. From left the Quot haberdasher wrapped Ideal for the layered look in clothes this shape by Frank Olive combines a Chin tie Scarf with a masculine Type peaked Cap of Pepper and Salt Tweed for True face framing Beauty. The soft uncluttered Felt Fedora by Don Anderson is a favorite for All occasion Wear new enchantment for evening is reflected in this deeper version of the Juliet Cap by Beaumont of Silver and Black sequins and an Ideal companion for most evening gowns the girl on the go chooses the newer and Fuller Side tilt knitted Beret and Matching Scarf of multicoloured pattern design by Belmar the ultimate in fashion Security for the Chic woman on important occasions is the snap brim Fedora shape of White ranch Mink by Winter fashions. Anthony of Hose chapter. Thomasville Aaron lightening of District 16. Melvin Saunders and several members of Lodge 524 awards were presented by Annie Mccullough to the following Flossie Ballard. Hattie Butler Louise Dunlap Annie Mackey Emma Mcdougal and Alice Williamson others taking part were Walter Mcquaid. W p Darlington and George Darlington program on crime presented Buster Crabb of the High Point crime prevention Bureau informed the insurance women of High Point about the National neighbourhood watch program and How to organise it in a neighbourhood or Crabb also explained some of the crime prevent Ion methods and involved these in relation to insurance. The meeting was held on thursday at the main office of Wachovia Bank and Trust co Peggy Faulk and Jackie Allred ways and Means chairmen reported on projects which Are underway and also plans for new ones saftey chairman. Deborah Parker reported on the film on air bags which the club plans to show As a Public safety service in the near future being so near election All members were reminded and encouraged to get out and Vole on election Day it was decided that Jackie Allred. Deborah Parker and Alice Kennedy would attend the state Board meeting which will be held in Durham on get 30 guests attending were. Kaye Steier of Clemments insurance and health. Kathy Keith j b Wright. Gail Beck and John Stanley of the Wachovia insurance Agency no More Charity Calls for this mayor Arundel. England i was i mayor Wilfred Harrington. 62. Got the Surprise of his life when he arrived at the rvs canteen to pick up hot food to deliver to poor people the serving lady on duty poured a big pot of Beans and carrots Over his head Quot it was because i had passed on complaints of some old folks that the potatoes were too said the mayor and promptly announced that he will deliver no More canteen meals Joyce Steward who runs the local rvs canteen did not ask the serving lady to Apo Logue for her deed a a normally. She is very said mrs Steward. 1501, inc. Drapery and upholstery a tic the finest fabrics at the Best possible prices. 1501 s main thigh Point n c /885-4224 warm Nylon jacket 88 copyright s kit amp it i Una Zipper front locket it quilted with Northern Goote Down for cold weather Protection up portent 2300 North main St. A at Eastchester /

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