High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Apr 4 1974, Page 31

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 4, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Ioc High Point Enterprise thursday april 4, 1974 permit total drops sharply High Point in March posted its lowest total in building permit values since january 1971. The months total for building permits issued by the inspections division was $884,335, the first time the City has fallen below the $1 million Mark since december 1971. Recoils show that building activities in High Point consistently produced monthly permit totals of More than $1 million including an All time High of $11.3 million for october 1973, for a total of 26 months. The March total during a month that saw few Large projects initiated was the lowest since the $673,361 posted in january. 1971. It was somewhat under the december. 1971, total which showed permits valued at $935,499. The March total brought the 1974 figure for building permits issued in High Point to $5,420,503. A year ago the inspections division reported a total of $2,931,477 for March and the value of building permits issued for february of this year was $3,145,829. The March report prepared by Freeman Hill chief windows broken at Church Rock throwers at the Allen Jav Baptist Church on e. Fairfield Road caused an estimated $200 damage to the Church. Police said several windows were broken by the vandals. Archie Lee Fisher 38, of furlough Street told police that someone had entered his House and taken a tape player valued at $169. Fisher said he had not missed the tape player before going to work wednesday. A car tape player was stolen from an Auto owned by Nancy Hunt of Kernersville. Is. Hunt said the player was taken from the College Village shopping Center parking lot. There was no sign of forcible entry police said. A $50 bicycle was stolen from the Back of the residence of Elaine Joyce Mitchell of Pearson place. Arrests wednesday included Herbert Linwood Marsh. 33. Of e. Green Street Extension for embezzlement and Elmer e. Todd 24, of Lawndale Avenue for driving under the influence of intoxicants and simple Possession of marijuana. Building inspector showed the City issued 14 permits valued at $289,200 for new dwellings the lowest number for any month this year and the lowest number since october 1973. Permits for nonresidential buildings numbered 26. With a total value of $290,640. This compared to 35 permits Worth $2,165,718 for nonresidential improvements in March of 1973 and eight permits Worth $2,511,155 for february of this year. Hill s figures showed his office issued permits for manufacturing structures having 15,006 Square feet of space and permits for business structures having 17,674 Square feet of space. Hill also issued 24 permits valued at $91,493 for additions to dwellings and 107 permits Worth $86,945 for repairs to houses. There were la permits valued at $126,057 for repairs to nonresidential structures. The month s activities included approving removal of eight dwellings with eight units and of demolition of two non residential structures. A personnel of the inspections division. Conducted 515 building inspections 292 heating inspections 389 sub Standard inspections 245 electrical inspections and 425 plumbing inspections. One permit valued at $20,000 was issued Tor the Guilford county area the City controls on the edges of High Point. Ministers get tips on health tips on How to remain in Good health were related to members of the High Point ministers Alliance wednesday by or. William f. Flythe of High Point. Or. Flythe gave a background to physical and emotion health and listed several guidelines to Good health. He advised the ministers to watch their diets and to avoid becoming overweight. Animal fats especially should be avoided he said. Or. Flythe also said ministers should exercise. Make it a part of a daily program he said but do something enjoyable a a something that is not work. A the Bell is the Symbol of the minister a the physician related. A the Doorbell and the phone Bell. You ought to get away from the Bell by taking a Day off. Every minister should get away from his work one Day a week. It is for your own Good and in the Long run Good for your congregation. You can better serve your congregation by taking a Day he also advised the ministers to take a regular vacation. A you need to get away and rest to look at things from a distance. This will help you to keep the proper balance and to achieve your goals in your ministry.�?�. The ministers also were told that the citywide Good Friday service will be held at 12 15 . April 12 at we Esley memorial United methodist Church. 19-year-old bound Over on drug counts Nursery plants shrubs Trees discount Price Sale your Opportunity to really save a Rhododendron a bedding plants a azaleas a tomatoes hundreds for your Choice i in Many varieties Mony varieties plus Many Many other items licensed pesticide dealer Quot Albert Hunt s Westchester Lawn and Garden Call 883-6341 2710 Westchester drive Lawn boy in prices Start at $9988 Quot we service the Lawn mowers we sell Quot use our own easy pay plan your master charge or Bank am Ricard. Stanton Maurice Hoffman 19, of Ashe Street waived preliminary hearings tuesday in District court and was bound Over to Superior court on eight drug charges. He was Given 90 Days Active on each of three other charges and he gave notice of Appeal on each conviction. These charges were Possession of marijuana Possession of a hypodermic Needle and syringe and escape. He also had a suspended sentence Given in an earlier conviction for Misdemeanour Possession of marijuana activated. He also appealed the revocation of his probation. Charges of failure to reduce Speed to avoid an Accident and driving under the influence of drugs were nol pressed with leave. The escape charge resulted for an incident monday when Hoffman was taken to High Point memorial Hospital after complaining of being ill and tried to escape from Guilford county sheriffs deputies. He was apprehended a Short distance from the Hospital. Probable cause was found against two men charged with raping a route i girl March 18. They were John Vav. Bridges 23, of Brentwood a Street and Carl e. Platt 17, of Daniel Brooks apts. Jacqueline a. Stanley 27, of Long Street waived preliminary hearing and was bound Over on a charge of embezzlement. Theodore p. Jones 33, of skeet club Road and Eugene Cox 26, of Lexington Avenue were Given six months suspended and fined $10oand costs each on charges of Drunken driving. A nol pros with leave was taken against James d. Ford no age or address available charged with assault with a deadly weapon. Billy d. Baxley 39. Of Whiteoak Street wednesday was Given eight months suspended and fined $200 and costs on the combined charges of Drunken driving and not having a Drivers License. Four persons were Given six months suspended and fined $100 and costs on charges of Drunken driving. They were Lawrence d. Duff 37, of Greensboro Joe f. Hampton of Carey Street Carl l Hatley 25, of Thomasville and Wilburn k. Peace 19, of Kendall Street. Hatley also got 30 Days suspended and was taxed costs on a charge of carrying a concealed weapon. Peace had a nol pros with leave taken on a charge of resisting an officer. A nol pros with leave was taken in a charge of Drunken driving against Billy d. Sumner 40, of n. Centennial Street. Larry t. Smoot 21, of High Point was Given 60 Days suspended and fined $10 and costs on a charge of leaving the scene of an Accident. Admather e. Coe 62, of Homey town Road was Given 30 Days suspended and fined $5 and costs on the same charge. Michael d. Mozingo no age or address available was fined $10 and costs on the combined charges of leaving the scene of an Accident and having an improper vehicle registration. A nol pros with leave was taken against William Hobson of Kernersville charged with grand larceny. Take a look at our financing Dav la furniture Bolu company 214 w. Green or. Pm. 882-3919 use our revolving charge free parking at Side and rear of store help fill up the building at first Church of Christ 301 East Lexington Avenue High Point at their weekend revival services april 5-7 7 30 . Special singing Nursery provided Bible preaching or. 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