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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 11, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Consumption rate steady fuel saving measures by City prove fruitful will it be completed on time construction of the High Points newest fire station on n. Centennial Street is moving toward completion but the architect Leon Schute today declined to comment on its Progress. According to the contract the building is slated to be completed in May. Other municipal buildings under construction in High Point Are behind schedule. Staff photo by Mark Austin husband accused of stabbing by Forres Cates Enterprise staff writer a voluntary program for conservation of fuel within the High Point City government has been at least moderately successful according to Erie Scott assistant to the City manager. Quot our analysis is not completed. But we have determined that the rate of fuel consumption by the City has not gained during the past three months. It May even have dropped a Little a Scott stated. The voluntary measures were instituted in november to meet the developing Energy crisis. A to this Point we have not seen the need to initiate mandatory Steps although it May come to that a Scott stated the Supply of gasoline from the dealer has been adequate to meet the City s needs. Quot the dealer Gulf Oil is maintaining deliveries in accordance with the contract a Scott said. He noted however that the City has no major storage facilities which would allow for stockpiling of gasoline a even if that were possible. We can keep Only about a week s Supply in Reserve a he said holding fuel consumption to the same level As before the Energy crisis is in effect a major savings of fuel Scott stated a we must assume that there would have been a Sharp increase in consumption if there had been no conservation program since the City has More vehicles and supposedly a greater he said. The Public works department. Which has a big Fleet of trucks and heavy equipment and the police department Are big users of fuel. Both according to Scott have taken voluntary Steps to conserve fuel. Quot everyone in government is under instructions to use the Telephone and radios where possible for personal Contact rather than he said. A form of a car pooling has been instituted to Cut Down on driving Between the scattered locations of City Hall operations he added. So far department Heads have been left More or less to their own devices for conservation. Scott plans to Call them into a session soon to assess the various measures which have been taken Quot we will then decide which. If any of the departmental measures should be adopted to apply to All departments and divisions. At the same time we must make plans for obtaining full cooperation of All employees with our conservation Scott stated. Jack Donald Dailey 46. Of Eastchester drive was arrested by police saturday night after he allegedly stabbed his wife. Margaret Laque Dailey mrs Dailey told police her husband stabbed her in the Throat and Chest while they were in the Back Yard of their residence. Her condition was not believed critical. Bryan Bruce Bennett. 43. Of w. Lexington Avenue and Raymond Johnson. 26. Of Thomasville were arrested by police sunday and charged with first degree burglary of the Mack Lynn Hoffman residence on Newell Street. Hoffman said he was awakened by a Man standing in the doorway of his bedroom and he said he chased the Man out the front door. Hoffman said the Man got away but that he noticed a car nearby which he described for police. Officers said they found the car and arrested Bennett and Johnson a Short time later. Hoffman reported four shotguns and a Rifle valued at $1,500 missing from his House police however said they Art Buchwald new Book ideas won t make it Washington a a Bob there s a Guy outside who says he a a former vice president of the United states. He has an idea for a Book he wants us to a a in be got a lunch a a he has two secret service men with him. I think you d better see Quot Okay Send him a How do you do i m the former vice president of the United states and i have this idea for a fantastic novel that surely would become a a Book of the month a a could you give me some idea of what its about a a Well it takes place in 1983, and ifs the Story of a vice president of the United states who is brainwashed by the chinese when he goes to Afghanistan. He is programmed to take Over our a gosh we have three books like that right now. I done to think wed be Quot Well what about a Story on a vice president who wants to Fly and everyone says he can to Fly. But he a going to prove them wrong. Every night he jumps off the roof and Falls. But finally one night he starts flapping his arms and by god he a soaring in the a it has possibilities but in a not certain it s our kind of a fall right then in be got another idea. The Devil gets into this vice president and makes him do and say terrible things. A priest is called in by the president and asked to exorcise the Devil out of the up. The priest in a very dramatic scene forces the Devil out of the vice president and into his own body and Dies a a yes its not a bad idea but we stopped publishing Devil books last year. In a afraid our list for 1974 is a listen i have lots of ideas. There s this vice president of the United states and he tells How to be his own Best Friend. Its an uplifting Book which would bring Joy and inspiration to millions of a a in la discuss it at our next meeting but please Don t get your Hopes up.�?�. A if you done to like that How about a the sex vice presidents diet revolution a it s a diet which permits people to eat All the fat they want As Long As they done to consume any carbohydrates a a a we re up to our hips in diet books a a fall right. Let me try this one out on you a the vice presidents Joy of sex it would be a Frank Book about How people could get More out of their sex lives illustrated and sold for $12.95.�?� a i really have a luncheon Date sir. Could you drop me a line about your ideas a a wait in a not finished. I be had this idea for some time. There s this vice president who is really a godfather and he and this family and there s another family trying to move in on his territory. So he orders a contract out on the other family and you have this big gang War in Washington d a ifs got possibilities sir but i doubt if it would Well what kind of Book would you be interested in a a just off the top of my head we would be in the Market for a nonfiction Book about a vice president who was a former governor of a state. During the course of an investigation of some contractors in the state ifs revealed that the vice president took kickbacks from the contractors. Faced with the evidence the vice president is forced to resign the second highest office in the land. W Ould you be interested in writing that Story knew where the guns were. Police also charged Johnson with two counts of uttering forged checks and one count of Public drunkenness. Police said thieves broke a window and entered fran s children a shop on e. Grimes Avenue a Large amount of clothing was reported missing but owners said they would not know exactly How much was taken until an inventory was made a $50 television set and undetermined amount of cigarettes and Candy were stolen from Dave s place on Tate Street. Thieves entered the business by breaking a window thieves entered Mccoy a grocery on w. Green drive by breaking the Glass in a Back door. Two Coin operated machines were forced open and an unknown amount of change removed the thieves also took a Quantity of meat. Thieves broke a Rock on the front door and entered j k Vav Frame works on Cloverdale drive. It was not known if anything was taken police said it had been determined that of the four Southern railway cars entered thursday while stopped along the tracks on Courtesy Road near the big Bear warehouse that Only one had any items missing. Taken from the car were four cases of food items valued at about $14. Brenda Lambeth of Hall Street said that four wheel covers and gasoline valued at a total of $22 50 were stolen from her car while it was parked at Home an unknown Quantity of gasoline was removed from three county school buses parked at Parkview Village elementary school and Melvin Lavern Cline of parliament Street said that $6.50 Worth of gasoline was stolen from his car parked at Home Joseph Williard Eldridge of w. Lexington Avenue said that a window was shot out of his car parked on Birchwood Street causing $35 damage c r. Mozingo of Roc Spring Road said someone broke a $15 window in his car and Luther h. Kennedy of Hillcrest drive said a $10 window was broken at his Home. Three juvenile boys were arrested by police last week on charges of Misdemeanour Possession of marijuana. A 14-year-old boy was allegedly seen Selling a marijuana cigarette to a 15-year-old boy in the Hall at Griffin Junior High school. The police report said it was Learned that the 14-year-old boy had obtained the marijuana from a second 15-year-old boy. Roger Dale Boone. 17. Of it. 2. Thomasville. Gary Carl Keever 20, and Keith Keever 17, both of Howard place and Crawford Junior Lane. 17, of seven Oaks drive All were charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Warrants against the four said they influenced a 13-year-old boy into breaking and entering a vending machine feb. To. Fred Malik no age or address listed was charged with two counts of uttering a forged Check William Moore 27, address unknown was charged with shoplifting and Mike Monroe Howe 63, of Steele Street was charged with assault with a deadly weapon. Drunken driving charges were lodged against Bobby Ray Locklear. 23, of Cedrow Avenue Roy Mckinley Hall 29, of Kernersville. Ronald Lee Brown 20, of Mendenhall Road and . Ellis 29, of Eden Terrace. Guilford county sheriffs deputies said that Andy Gaither Chessman of mid View drive reported someone entered his Home by breaking the Glass in a Side door. Nothing was reported missing. Damage to the door was estimated at $10. Tue High Point Enterprise monday afternoon february la 1974section b Murrow plans to run again Shady Rook Pat the Shady Rook Pat Board will meet at 7 . On tuesday. The general membership will meet in the auditorium at 7 30 . And will then go to classrooms for a work night to carry out projects the teachers have planned. The program is designed to let parents know More about what is going on in the classrooms and to let them become More involved in their children a school activities. Flower arranging Jamestown a beginning class in artificial Flower arranging will be offered one evening per week beginning feb. 18 on the Jamestown Campus of Guilford technical Institute. The class which will meet on mondays from 6 30-9 30 ., will be under the direction of Angie milds Floral designer for a High Point decorator. Enrolment will be limited to the first 20 adults 18 years of age or older who preregister by telephoning git adult education officials. Math lecture a University of Georgia mathematics professor will speak on the a spaces of subsets tuesday at High Point College As part of the visiting scholars program. Or. B j. Ball will speak at to 30 a m. In Haworth Hall room 27. The program is open to the Public. Priority system for allocation of fuel rapped by Ray Hubbard Enterprise staff writer Asheboro the head of the North Carolina Oil jobbers Assn. Warned today that the mandatory fuel allotment program which became effective Jan. 15 for so called priority users of Petroleum products could Cut even deeper into supplies of gasoline available for the driving Public. Richard Pugh of Asheboro said today that the mandatory Quot too per cent current requirement or too per cent of the base period use a provisions of the controls sound Good in theory but Are Quot extremely difficult to and open the door for abuse. Under the controls announced by the Federal Energy office in january Farmers emergency service agencies such As police firemen ambulance units and passenger transportation vehicles and others Are to be allocated too per cent of the fuel used during the base period. Oil jobbers and wholesalers Are required by control regulations to provide these allocations from the top of the tanks before meeting requirements of service stations. Pugh urged these priority users not to use the supplies they receive on a priority basis for other than the prescribed use. Violations for using priority fuel for uses other than what it was obtained for May result in fines up to $5,000. But Pugh is sceptical that there won t be violations and that the mandatory program will serve the Public a general interest. Pugh an Oil jobber in a priority on 2b Accident claims 2nd victim a High Point Man. Injured in a two car wreck on Westchester drive wednesday died sunday at High Point memorial Hospital. John Hubble Marsh was the second person to die in the wreck that also claimed the life of 28-year-old Ethel Rhodes Smith of Thomasville who was a passenger in a car driven by Diane c. Grubb. The Grubb vehicle and Marsh s car collided head on. Marsh 65, of 611 burning tree Circle. Willow Creek died at 5.45 a m. Sunday in High Point memorial Hospital. Or. Marsh was born dec. 16.1908, in High Point a son of Julius Everett and Ann Carter Marsh. A Livelong resident of High Point he was married oct. 7. 1939. To Lola Glass. He was vice president of Marsh furniture co. He was a member of St. Timothy United methodist Church surviving Are his wife mrs. Lola g. Marsh of the Home Sec Accident on 2b Mize chooses to stay in fifth District seat to speak state sen. Coolidge Murrow who has been considering dropping out of politics has decided to stay in a As a candidate for another term in the Senate. Word of the Republican senators decision came today from the local Republican party Headquarters. Mrs. Kay Patseavouras chairman of the High Point township gop said that Murrow had authorized her to announce that he will run again. Murrow is to formally announce and file before the filing deadline on feb. 25. Quot i am very pleased that sen. Murrow has decided to run again a said mrs. Patseavouras. Earlier Morrow had complained about the Drain on time and Energy which annual sessions of the general Assembly put on its members. Quot i am tired of running Back Well drilling firm is hired Archdale a Greensboro Well drilling firm has been hired to Drill the new Well for the Archdale City Hall building now going up on Balfour drive the Archdale Council Coolidge Murrow and Forth to Raleigh All year a Murrow said. Quot it annual sessions has just Cost the taxpayers a lot More this is the first year of annual sessions for the legislature. Before the Assembly convened every two years. Murrow apparently has been under considerable persuasion from Republican party officials to make the decision to seek a fourth term. The other two senators from Jamestown Lloyd Gordon news director of big radio in Greensboro will be the speaker at a luncheon meeting tuesday at noon of the North Carolina triad Field chapter of Phi Delta Kappa educational leadership fraternity. Gordon will address chapter members from the triad area at Guilford technical Institute at Jamestown. His topic will be a education and the news teacher courses two certificate renewal courses for teachers Are scheduled to begin at Davidson county Community College. A great decisions a a study in foreign policy will Start tonight. This class will meet mondays from 7 30 to 9 30 . For 16 Contact hours and carry a one hour certificate renewal credit. Audio visual workshop a two hour certificate renewal credit course will Start wednesday and will meet each wednesday from 6 30-9 30 . Through april 24. Love stamp Winston Salem foreclosing speculation about his political plans. Fifth District representative w Ilmer Mizell announced this afternoon that he will not seek a seat in the . Senate and that he will be a candidate for re election to Congress this year. A three term occupant of the fifth District seat Mizell a Republican was considered by Many a Likely contender in the senatorial race especially after the announced retirement of the incumbent democratic senator Sam j. Ervin. Citing personal reasons for his decision not to run Mizell said he Felt it would be unfair to his family to devote a year to a Senate Campaign. The former professional baseball player admitted that he had Given Quot some serious thought and study to making a race for the United states Senate in 1974�?T�?T and had travelled widely through the state testing political sentiment for such a race. Wilmer Mizell he said his study of the possibility had led him to the conclusion that a Republican could win the Senate contest. He said the sentiment which elected a Republican governor and Republican senator in 1972 Quot is still very much alive and thriving in this he said the effect of one of the most popular Stamps Ever issued by the . Postal service is again Guilford county Are Lynwood available at the High Point session in High Point division of Superior court. Smith and Mcneill Smith. Post office. 6 stamp is being Jackson slaying trial postponed the trial of Ronnie Gene Jackson 20, in the slaying of William Eugene Thayer 43, and his wife Edrie Ann Jackson 20, did not Start As scheduled today and it May not be tried at All during this weeks session of Superior court. District attorney Douglas Albright said there were two reasons for the postponement. According to Albright the court reporter was sick and a replacement could not be found immediately. Also he said Only 20 jurors reported for the session of court. He said 20 jurors were not enough to begin the trial. The court clerks office was attempting to get More jurors today. The trial was scheduled for the opening Day of the we Klong. ,._ awarded the Job to Bainbridge a a in a sorry i could t write that kind of Book. I would t and dance Well drilling Concow where to f tractors inc. The firm sub copyright 1974, los Angeles times fitted a Low bid of $5 per foot. Both Are democrats and both probably will seek new terms. Murrow a bid for re election will be subject to the the a a love made available for use on Valentines Day this year according to local Post office Republican primary on May 7. Officials. It is one of four Albright said the state will be ready for trial tuesday if a court reporter and jurors Are available. Other cases on the docket also will be postponed until a court reporter is located Albright said. Jackson is accused of killing his wife and Thayer on separate the general election will be in eight cent Stamps still being dates last november and popping their bodies Down an november. Printed. Abandoned Well off Kivett drive. Watergate on the race would be minimal. He said the voters a want watergate cleared up and behind them just As soon As and he said. The democratic party does t have the strength it once had in North Carolina Mizell who was first elected to Congress in 1968, will be seeking his fourth term in the House. In citing his record Mizell said he had opposed forced busing while concentrating on improving the Quality of education and had sought to Quot Lessen the heavy Burden of Federal taxation and Cool the fires of inflation he also said he had sought to protect the environment and had done his part to keeping the nations defences Strong. Mizelle a District now includes Alleghany Ashe Forsyth Stokes Surry and Wilkes counties plus his Home county of Davidson. The congressman began his political career in 1966 when he was elected to the Davidson Board of commissioners and was subsequently chosen chairman by the other members of the Board in 1968, he made his first bid for a seat in the . House of representatives. Winning then he has retained his Post in subsequent elections most recently trouncing Democrat Brooks Hays a former Arkansas congressman in 1972. His Success in the fifth District has led to speculation in recent years that he might be a candidate for statewide office either the governorship or the . Senate. Upon sen. Ervin a announcement last year that he would retire speculation about Mizelle a future heightened. Adding credence to the suggestion he might enter a bid for the Senate were appearances Mizell has made recently around the state at a Mizell on 2b

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