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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - August 6, 1976, High Point, North Carolina Sparks cause minor fire at Alma desk 4 High Point City firemen received three Calls thursday afternoon but All were of a minor nature. The first was at 2 18 . To the Alma desk Plant at w. Green drive. Sparks from a Metal object ignited sawdust in a machine. There was no damage. At 2 41 firemen responded to e. Lexington Avenue Baptist Church where smoke was reported. The Call was a malicious false alarm at 8 45 . There was a Call to 712 Vail St. When a television set overheated and caught fire there was damage to the to and to a nearby Wall the fire was out when trucks arrived. At 213 a in. Today firemen were called to 1307 Waverly it. When wires on a Cook stove shorted out and caused an odor of smoke. There was no fire. Carrier boy robbed at knife Point High Point Enterprise Friday August 6, 1976 5b from Page in cording to police. Damage to the machine was estimated at $25. Four Hub Caps valued at $80 were stolen from top Deal motors on n. Main Street. S. L. Hedgecock of Lawndale Avenue reported the theft. Police arrested Donald Wayne Hutchinson 16. Of Kivett drive and charged him with breaking and entering and larceny in connection with the theft of a $69 Shotgun and other items from the residence of Thomas Wayne Stevens of Spring Garden Circle. A 15-year-old juvenile who allegedly assisted Hutchinson in the theft was turned Over by police to the juvenile authorities Stevens reported the theft to police thursday. Upon investigation police discovered that entry had been obtained into Stevens Home through a bathroom window the Shotgun. Shotgun shells a Cartridge Belt and an $8 Shotgun Case were allegedly stolen by the two teen agers. The items were later recovered by the police. Harry m. Demontmollin or. Of Jacksonville. Fla., said a $70 citizen s band radio was stolen from his car parked in a lot on s. Main Street Joseph Coachman of e. Russell Avenue told police a $50 eight track tape player was taken from his vehicle parked at the Clara Cox apts. William Vav Altizer of Caddie Avenue said his $60 tape player and three tapes valued at $15 were stolen from his vehicle parked on English Road at West end and police received a report of a machine break in at North main Street Exxon service station. Three dollars in change was stolen from the vending machine. Other police arrests included Jerry Reid Marshall. 25. Of Valley Ridge drive Drunken driving and violation of prohibition Law and Raymond Cheek. 25. Of Pendleton Street Drunken driving Guilford county sheriff s deputies received a report from Charles Ray Hall of i 8. Greensboro that someone had broken into his residence and stolen $2,200 Worth of items Hall said five guns five wristwatches ammunition and a ring were stolen from his Home entry into the residence was apparently gained through a House window. William Ralph Gordon of Jamestown said his $1,250 car was taken from his Home by someone who committee claims funds illegally allotted by by l Noblitt Raleigh a a legislative committee is seeking a redistribution of secondary Road funds which it claims have been illegally allowed the governmental operations committee a joint Senate House group chaired by state senator i c. Crawford a Buncombe grilled transportation Secretary g. Perry Greene about the allocation procedure at a recent session convinced from their questioning of Greene and a staff reports showing the county by county breakdown that politics Are playing a part in the funds allocation the committee is asking gov. James e. Holshouser to intervene. Greene is a Republican appointee from Watauga county. Home of Republican governor Holshouser. The largely democratic legislative body is convinced that Republican aunties Are benefiting from the Money split the heart of the argument is the formula set up by state Law which Calls for splitting Hie $30 million available for the current fiscal year based on number of Miles of unpaved secondary roads in each county As compared with total unpaved secondary roads in the state the $30 million does t go tar against the total of 21,025 Miles of dirt Road in the state so Competition is keen for the dollars on average. It costs about $50,000 per mile to pave such roads state officials figure More than a billion dollars would to needed to do the whole Job at once but it is that Cost per Nule Factor which is causing the Flap on Rural Flatland the Cost can be As Low As $31,5 per mile in Mountain areas it runs up to $70,350 per mile Urban counties Call for More Money for rights of Way so Highway officials use a Cost per mile variable in the distribution formula a a variable not provided for in the state Law and one which legislators maintain is being used by republicans to Reward counties which have been faithful the secondary roads Council is specifically responsible for overseeing the program that group is chaired by gof Leader Cecil Budd of Siler City in a previous column Budd was identified As being from Randolph county which adjoins Budd s Home county of t Hatham Randolph is a heavily Republican county in the exact Center of the state and is the county with the second most unpaved Miles of dirt Road in the state 5017. Randolph also has the Wharrie Mountain Range which transportation people say account for the High variable figure of $54,600 per mile which brought Randolph a total secondary Road Money to $807,200 ironically Chatham also got the $54 600-per-mile variable for a total allocation of $539,000 other counties in that same Highway division Hoke Lee Montgomery Moore Richmond and Scotland were Given variables ranging from $31,-500 to a Peak of $39,375. In Short Chatham got 12.6 per cent More than its statutory amount of Money Randolph got 12.6 per cent More than its Legal share. The other counties adjoining or nearby got amounts ranging from 18.8 per cent to 35.5 per cent less than the amount they would have gotten under a strictly Legal split state rep. Jay p husking d Iredell publisher of the Statesville record and landmark. Wrote in a column recently that he welcomes the interest of the legislative study commission in a subject about which he has complained since the Highway reorganization act of 1973. Busking was chairman of the subcommittee which wrote that act and the formula for distributing secondary Road funds set up to be not Only fair to All. But to prohibit Transfer from one county to another. Busking explained but Iredell gets $36,6750 per mile while neighbouring Wilkes gets $57,750 Pei mile 24 per cent below the Legal line for Iredell 18 9 per cent More than its share for Wilkes busking also introduced another Factor a the efficiency of Divis on Highway operations a county where costs have been kept Low is in effect penalized by being Given a Low Cost per mile figure where costs have run High. A higher variable is introduced Cosmo 3 oo00 Cash Back phone 869-2191 Bowne the Abr held Over it is the greatest mystery of All because no human being will Ever solve it. It is the highest suspense because no Man can Bear it it is the greatest fear because Iti the ancient fear of the unknown. It is a warning foretold for thousands of years. It is our final warning. Itis me0men i win Heth it i Vir it h a i Gregory Peck Lee Remick i Fri. 3-5 7-9 15 r i sat. Amp Sun. 1-3-5-7-9 15 Parris ave. Tel 869-2161 a you can say to yourself it s Cmya movie but it wont help every theatre seat becomes a coach seat to hell and if you re in one you la feel it a Iii i train starts tonight 1st run in area Quot a Quot 2 Complete showings ton Itei starts 8 55-12 05 introducing Kay bal Midway a but mgmp0mt Tamms Vucu re coming Fri. The 13th-1 is run in area. Dixie dynamite Quot. Fastest action on 2 wheels or four wheels Ever filmed. A Madhouse Vincent Price Peter Cushing n Iii rorer Quarry hit no. 2 at 10 35 t844 claimed he owed late payments on it Gordon said a woman demanded he pay instalments on the car but when he offered to pay she refused to accept the Money and instead drove away in his car Allan Goldston of Union Cross Road told sheriffs deputies that a $450 control unit for a commercial radio was stolen from his vehicle parked on Groomtown Road and i Oug Gordon reported the theft of a $325 radial Arm saw from a House under construction owned by David Miller of Lin tree court. Failure never leads a Man to popularity a the Royal Road to popularity is Success re Yolk Cine la Byre shopping Center a Westchester or shows from to am til phone 885-9951 a paranoia a display of erotica beyond belief rated xxx escorted Lodies admitted free Inri Man a i Iii 1� a plus a rape victims \ new shows Start \ each wed tar heal a rive in theatre i South phone Gritten sub week movie ratings for parents and Young people the byte a of the atm i n to it Nee it a parents about the lot Tabithy Ai none Content for a few no by their i Hildren pm r a Ages admitted general audience a Ages admitted parental Grid ont suggest it a Sam Matt hoi May not a suitable for pre teenagers restricted under 17 require accompanying Parent or adult guardian o a x no one under i admitted a. Limit May vary a e e e e e All up pc and a films receive tvs Seal a of the motion picture code of Sef regulation the above is published As a Public service by the High Point Enterprise. Best steaks anywhere or. O going lot a a Maniet Hunu tilth a Laxx Ifield tit Don t for net to put the Price in the nil your hostels and Host Quot Linda and Wylie Moore Tei peddle Luteal 31 out Lei is Jim High Point Allak Abc Southeastern 77, one week every month will be Kitten week. She s Here the tar Heel Kitten see her. Tonitte Call her. Anytime 434-2525 join her club get your membership card when you Regis membership saves 1.50 per person Center downtown s main St daring Call 434-2525 for titles. Exchange sneak peek cards Foa Kitten cams 11 to Box of fief Feu a Friend about us dangerous and downright Dee rightful Billy Dee Richard Williams Pryor James Earl i 3 b i g adult shows 4.00 per person. .2.50 members err Witt no members Register orc Iii i i ii for Kittens autographed sexist Kitter i town pictures. Kitten is having pictures ii a be available at september meeting. Flea Market plants Glass clothing furniture every saturday morning 8 45-5.00 we Welcome All Sellers. Its free to set up and free to buyers. F it s the superbowl Esko of super comedy shows 3 00 5 00 7 00 9 00 Menthe that Gus the wonder mule Walt Disney productions pm Gus technicolor Edward Asner. Kinkiest Martin twin 1801 Westchester or Sib 0091 it ii Tim Conway As crankcase Don Knotts. Comming aug. 20th a Midway Quot pin Carrot Salute to inc acs of Looney tunes co starring Elmer Fudd. Daffy Duck. Tweety pie Porky pig Sylvester and More of your favorite Looney tunes characters you Luon i believe hold to i much you missed is a kid g introduced by Orson whits color free Pony rides thur. A Fri. Children will enjoy our fun play ground enjoy our tasty treats at inc snack bar pm Martin twin 1801 Westchester or /885 0091 dial 888 9004 for fun carrots. N y daily news come and get him Bur Reynolds Gator to coming aug. 13th jaws

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