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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 14, 1972, High Point, North Carolina 2b High Point Enterprise Friday january 14, 1972 from Randolph Redding to run for state House Asheboro w. Frank Redding Iii 41, a Republican will seek one of the two state House seats from Randolph county. Redding paid his filing fee today becoming the first member of either party actually to file As a candidate for a House seat. He is seeking election to seat number two. Young Asheboro businessman and Active Republican party member Tommy Morgan announced his intention to file for the state House but he has not yet paid his filing fee. Redding has been a member of the Asheboro City Board of education since 1965. He is currently serving As the boards co chairman. He said he will not reduce his school Board duties and will not resign from the Board until the results of the House election Are determined. Redding is president of Redding insurance of investments tnc., and is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 2 18-year-Olds facing charges two 18 year old Meadow place residents were arrested thursday night by police on charges of conspiracy to commit armed robbery. Taken into custody were Samuel i be Newsom and Frank Walton Hudson or. Officers Siad they were called to the Ralph Williams residence on Campbell Street shortly before 9 p a they said Williams told them that he had just returned Home from the store when there came at Knock at the door. According to Williams Wien he answered the door two men came into the Hall and one had social workers slate meeting Vinston a Salem the Piedmont chapter of the National Assn. Of social workers Inasi will hold a dinner meeting at town Steak House no. I on Lockland Avenue Here at 6 30 p. In. Wednesday. Or Paul Deutsc Barger. Assistant Dean of the University of Georgia graduate school of social work will speak on a social work education trends for the 70s.�?� those employed in various social work areas Are invited to attend this meeting reservations can be made by calling mrs Donna Abernathy at family services inc., Here by Jan. 17. Federal from Page i b work if needed and child care for a limited time. Franklin expressed appreciation to the High Point chamber of Commerce for a More help than we could have he especially praised the kindness of George Covington former executive vice president. Franklin said that Billy coms has been named project director for the particular program. He said he Hopes that other training programs can be established in the future to train additional disadvantaged persons. The funding of the project. Franklin said is from the u. S. Department of labor funds have been provided to operate the program through feb. 28. 1973. W. Frank Redding Iii an air Force Veteran. Redding is an Active member of the Central United methodist Church in Asheboro and is also a member of the Asheboro rotary club. Redding is married and has three children Rebecca 14 Marianne la and Nancy 4. Mrs. Redding is a teacher. His hand in his pocket one of the men said this is a Holdup a live us your Wallet Williams told officers. Williams said be refused and went into another room to get a weapon and w Ion he returned the men were leaving. Joey Glenn 16. Of skeet club Road and Glenn Allen Evans 18. Of n. Centennial Avenue were arrested by officers thursday on charges of breaking and entering and larceny. They Are accused o f entering the Silver Spur discount House wednesday and with taking two Coats valued at about $70. Rebecca Payne of Fern Street reported her car stolen Pom her Home Early this morning. The 1968 Model car was recovered shortly after in t get parking lot at the Bowling Alley on n main Street. Police also received reports thursday about minor Larcenie. Linda Woods of it i Trinity said a tape player and pm radio valued at syk were stolen from her car parked at or. Apparel inc. Ernest Owens of Nance Avenue said a watch .22 pistol $40 in Nickles and nine Silver dollars we a stolen from his Home. Persov Dixon of s Elm Street said a tachometer and eight tapes valued at $93 we e stolen from his car and Willie Jacobs of Ito Avenue said a $25 Battery was stolen from a truck jerked at Highland Cotton Mills. Larry s. Tate of Thomasville said he was leaving the Caribou Cove thursday night and that some men were sitting on his car. He said he asked them to get off and got into his car and started to drive off. He said two of the men reached in the car and hit him with their fists then did about $�25 damage to his car. Other a rests included Larry Joseph Parks. 21. And Joseph Henry Parrish. 20. Both of Southern Pines on charges of forgery Jerome Marc Burton 21, of i. 6, Thomasville making threatening Telephone Calls Richard Lee Ingram 30, of Cedrow Avenue larceny Alexander Dumas. 40, of Langford Avenue two counts of Selling tax paid whisky and Micky Lynn Edwards 18. Of Manor drive reckless driving. 2 handed Active sentences two persons received Active sentences tuesday during trials in criminal District court. Danny Dean Jarrell 16, of Asheboro got six months on a charge of speeding Over too Miles per hour in a 45-Mph zone. Charges of reckless driving and not having a Drivers License were dismissed. George Lee Ellis 44, of e. Washington drive got 60 Days Active on one count of receiving stolen goods and a 60-Day suspended sentence on a second charge of receiving. In District court wednesday Delois Meredith Carter 26, of it. I Jamestown was Given a six month suspended sentence and fir ted she and costs for larceny. Walter Lee Crowder 48. Of it. La Greensboro got six months suspended and was fined $200 and costs for driving while his License was permanently revoked. Receiving two six month suspended sentences was Boyd Haywood Brevard or 23, of Daniel Brooks apartments charged with driving under the influence of intoxicants and not having a Drivers License. Joseph Raymond Saylor 31, of it. La Greensboro and Neal Edwards Walls 53, of Brentwood Street both charged with Drunken driving were Given six month suspended sentences and fined $100 and costs each. Drunk driving charges against William a. Scott 45, of Roanoke va., and Pearline Mcdonald Bowen. 38. Of Daniel Brooks apartments were reduced to reckless driving. Both were fined $50 and costs. A Drunken driving charge against Larry Gray Cigliano 27. Of Winst a Sale was dismissed. A Drunken driving charge against Bumes Junior Hughes 46. Of Jamestown also was reduced to reckless driving. He was fined Hoo and costs. Joseph Edgar Skeen 31. Of Nance Avenue charged with reckless driving was found guilty of exceeding a Safe Speed he was taxed costs. Lois Howie Green 71, of Thomasville and Thomas Kelly Hill of Archdale both Al Reed with leaving the scene of an Accident were taxed court costs. Dallas Roger Tucker. 36, of Mon lieu Avenue charged with hit and run. Was found guilty of failure to report an Accident. He was fined $5 and costs Robert e. Lee Wall. 45. Of i. 2, Trinity charged with indecent exposure plead guilty to trespassing. Prayer for judgment was continued t it payment of costs. Four from Page i b Bering around 25 at 9 a in in the sales line tarried Long aft or transacting their business. Some of the onlookers however Hung around the building for a half hour or More. One youth brought his 8 my. Movie camera. Among the officials present were City mgr. Eugene Morris. Mayor Eddie Smith and two members of the 1-Exington Abc Board chairman Doug Allen and Joe Bie Secker. The third member a. S stuffer Myers was ill. According to Bleecker. The Sale of fortified wines in supermarkets was authorized by the voters in be abcs election three weeks ago. He said however that he did no to know How Many supermarkets were applying for the permits since the state Abc Board is responsible for the licensing procedure. The voters of Lexington unknowingly approved the Sale of fortified wines a change in the state liquor Laws get. I inserted provision legalizing it into All local option liquor regulations. John Holder receives award from i. Pall Ingle mrs. Holder watches presentation of Silver Beaver Bernard Thomas congratulated mrs. Thomas does the honors scout Ray Freeman honoured Rev. Tom Haggai reads citation staff photo by Lewi Day furniture Counselor executive Speaks to resigns rotarians Stanleytown. A. John David Stanley announced thursday his resignation As executive vice president general manager of Stanley furniture co. He is the brother or Thomas b Stanleyjr. President of the company. Stanley stated that his resignation will allow him More time with his family and his Community activities. He said however that he will enter into other Fields of business immediately. He will head a new consulting firm Stanley associates located in Stanleytown which will provide professional service in such areas a marketing manufacturing design. Research and development. The new firm s first major client will be the Mead corp. Of Dayton Ohio the company with which Stanley furniture merged in 1969 Stanley will also pursue Active management roles in chem dynamics a plastics research and manufacturing company and two real estate companies As chief executive officer. He also serves As vice president of Stanley land and lumber corp. As an executive of Stanley furniture co., he organized the company a Quality control engineering and research and development programs. He was largely responsible for the design and Start up of the new finishing Plant in 1970, regarded As the most modern in the Industry. Stanley joined the furniture company in 1955 and was named vice president in charge of production in 1958. He was elected executive vice president general manager in 1967. The juvenile delinquency problem in Guilford county and How it is timing dealt with was the topic of an address to members of the High Point rotary club thursday. Aubrey Strother court Counselor of the juvenile division of High Point District court told members that training schools and Foster Homes do not meet pressing needs fully. He said that a Home for youths called the Nathaniel Greene youth development. Is planned for Guilford county. Construction on the project is expected to begin this summer Strother said. A 90-acre tract has been purchased for the development first year budget for the bore is $91. Ski according to Strother. This will cover the Cost Oil land and the first building. Funds were borrowed for purchasing the land but $45,000 has been raised and contributions to the project Are welcomed the court Counselor said facilities for both boys and girls will be provided according to present plans. Sponsors Hope to construct one building each year for five years Strother explained. Building permits top $25 million by Jim Hawkins Enterprise staff writer building permits reached a total value of $25,352,899 during 1971 in High Point the second highest level in recent years a report prepared by Freeman Hill chief hous no inspector showed the permits included 475 valued at $12,595.-491 for new housing and 141 Worth $10,828,227 for non residential improvements. The 1971 total was somewhat above the $22,201,191 recorded for the 1970 year but slightly below the record $28, 090.756 listed for the 1969 year High Point in 1971 produced somewhat fewer new housing permits than did 1970, but the 1971 permits did have More monetary value. In 1971, housing permits numbered 475, compared to 530�?a record in urea i sted for 1970. While the doll r value in 1971 was $>2,595,491, compared to $11.-198 042 of 970. Hill s report showed that the 19/1 year brought just two More permits than did the 1970 year 2,503 in 1971 to 2,501 in 1970. It showed that the month of april produced the largest single total that of $4,140,417, while november was second with $3,987,572, and August was third with $3,307,819. Ten of the 12 months of 1971 produced More than a million dollars in value. Only january with $673,361 and december with $935 499 came below the million Dollar Mark. Thi annual report showed that june brought the most new housing permits 67, and that november was second with 61. January was the lowest with 17. In 1970, the h guest month september brought a total of to new housing permits. Hill s report showed there were 87 permits for new nonresidential structures valued at $8,683,543 during the year and 54 permits for additions to non residential structures with the value of these being $1,944,684 in 1970, the inspection division issued to permits valued at 59,288.680 for non residential improvements. The 1971 year also brought 199 permits Worth $376,752 for additions to residences 1,394 permits valued at $841,266 for repairs to residences and 294 permits Worth $911,163 for repairs to non residential structures. Hit and run is charged after crash Sam Issac Trent 60, of it. I. Greensboro was charged with hit and run and a Safe movement violation thursday after a wreck on s. Main Street near Commerce Street. According to police. Trent driving an saw motor lines tractor trailer hit a car driven by Henry Waldo Hammonds. 22. Of it. 3, Thomasville the Hammonds car had about $1,000 damage. Damage to the truck was estimated at $50. Glenn Howard Hunt 18, of it. To Lexington was charged with exceeding a Safe Speed after his car ran off the Roadway while entering the w. Green drive ramp from 1-85. Officers said the car went 166 feet passed through a Fence at Covert textile hit a commercial sign inside the Fence then went Back through the Fence on the other Side. Damage to the Covert property was estimated at $500. The car had about $150 damage. Area scouts and Scouters honoured at Wharrie meet Thomasville Scouters from High Point and Lexington and scouts from High Point and Thomasville were among those receiving recognition during the 49th annual meeting of the Wharrie boy scout Council held thursday night in the senior High school cafeteria. The Scouters John Holder and Bernard Thomas received the Silver Beaver award the highest recognition for adults in the scouting movement. The scouts singled out for special awards were Ray Freeman of troop 2. Emery Wood Baptist Church. High Point and Allen Walters. Troop 102, West end methodist Church Thomas Ville Young Freeman received the lifesaving certificate of Merit for the Rescue of four children from the Ocean at Holden a Beach this past june 19. The citation notes that Freeman while swimming in the surf had his attention called to the four 5, 8, to and 12 years old. Who were in trouble in the Ocean. He swam to them instructed the older two to float and towed the younger ones to Shore. He then returned to bring the other pair in an scout. Freeman was quoted after the Rescue of the four As saying Quot i did what i was taught to do in the lifesaving Merit badge a Young Waters received the William t Momaday award. In recognition of his work in the 1971 soar it save our american resources project. The award is named for William t Hornaday. A Pioneer in the recognition of conservation. And in inspiring others to work constructively for conservation. I has been presented annually since 1920 by the boy scouts with the cooperation of the n y. Zoological society. The Silver Beaver award to Holder cited him for his scout work As a Parent committeeman and As scoutmaster of troop 37. Sponsored by n main Street Baptist Church in High Point. A native of Tennessee. Holder has been a teacher at High Point Central Hgt go school since 1954 a member of the Nea. Nocka and National Industrial arts Assn. Holder is a past president of the state Industrial arts Assn. In his Church n. Main Baptist Holder has served As Deacon sunday school teacher a member of various training groups and of the menus brotherhood. Thomas a native of leaks Ville. Has resided in Lexington since 1954, where for a time he operated the Ford Dealership Thomas motors. In 1969 he left the automobile business for that of real estate sales and development. He has been president of the Lions club and chamber of Commerce commander of the american legion vice president of the merchants Assn. And has served his Church As a member of the Board of stewards teacher and sunday school president. Thomas was a Lexington City councilman for two terms and is the recipient of several Man of the year awards. Guest speaker at the annual meeting was or. Tom Haggai of High Point. A finale of the annual meeting was the installation of Council officers. These include Thomas As president James Johnson of Thomasville or. Robert k Arthur and Frank Sizemore of High Point or. Ken Gobel of Denton and Leslie Martin of Mocksville vice presidents and James Randle of High Point treasurer. Others named to official posts included James e. Lambeth of Thomasville commissioner and Haggai and i. Paul Ingle both of High Point National Council members. Named As Board members were Henry Shavitz Amos r. Kearns jr., Clarence Keever Dean r. Pruette. Calvin t. Rice Samuel Shavitz. John a. Womack. Robert Buckner Sam Burford James Mattocks Frank Wood and harass Covington All of High Point Bill Lovelace Robert e. Holladay and Harry Brown Finch All of Thomasville e. K Washington and f. Robert Hicks of Jamestown Paul t. Briggs e. A. Siceloff c. C. Wall. T. H. Suddarth and Jack Wallace of Lexington and Peter Hairston w. J. B. Sell de Short and Grady Ward of Mocksville. Federal tax guide is now available Greensboro a your Federal income tax a a perennial Best seller on How to fill out your Federal income tax return is now available at most internal Revenue service offices throughout North Carolina. According to j. E. Wall District director of internal Revenue. The 160-Page Booklet. Irs publication 17. Contains Many examples to illustrate How the Law applies to actual situations. A special feature of the Booklet is the Sample filled in return form 1040, keyed to pages in the Booklet where explanations can be found for the entries on the return. The material written in laymen a language is especially helpful to taxpayers who have unusual tax situations or new tax problems Wall said. Examples of taxable and non taxable income and of allowable and non allowable deductions Are included. A detailed Index helps taxpayers find the answers to their tax problems. The Booklet May also be obtained from the superintendent of documents u. S. Government printing office Washington d. C. 20402, at 75 cents a copy or at the nearest irs office. Well convince you. That there really is a difference in dry cleaning. Give us the Opportunity to prove it to you today. Open monday-1-Day service John Crowder s Star gleaners Oun Mon. The sat. 723 s. Main St. Bedroom suites Odd Beds Che bookcases desks sofas chairs recliners rockers love seats end tables Coffee tables dinettes hide a Beds Box Spring amp mattresses All at Low discount prices from our usual Low discount prices Many items less than wholesale one customer tells another. A before you buy a belter Trva a. Direct furniture warehouse 1605 Bradley place directly behind Ward St. At red Dot sup Erette at word a hotpot is daily Mon. Through sat. 10 30 to 5 p. M. 1-7

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