High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jan 26 1972, Page 31

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 26, 1972, High Point, North Carolina 6c High Point Enterprise wednesday Jon. 26, 1972 feb. 4 is deadline 33 Money at Over half of tax listing cards already have been mailed Back Greensboro approximately 59 per ent of the tax listing cards sent out to Guilford county residents just before Jan. I have been returned according to c. R. A works. County tax sup visor. Brooks said this percentage figure Means the co Init is a sightly ahead in its Effort to get citizens to re urn the ism cards sent them by Reb. 4. Outings filed with the tax department after that Date will be subject to a late listing penalty of to per cent of the tax Brooks said the Tux department mailed out a total of 89,cards, incid1tr� 13.000 to the High Point area and 6,000 for Cree and Rural Guilford areas. Thus far a total of 52.000 of the cards have been returned. Brooks said la per cent of these were returned through the mail. That Means he said hearing set for Watson on feb. 4 a hearing has been set for feb. La for William Watson jr., 35, of Park Street on charges of assault on a female. Disturbing the peace and resisting arrest. The charges were entered against Watson monday after police arrested him on the assault count. In this he is accused of hitting his wife knocking her to the floor. Watson remained in custody Early today in lieu of Bonds totalling $1,000. An assault with a deadly weapon count was entered against Eugene Marsh 33, of Branch Street. He is accused o threatening his wife with a pocket knife and is being held in lieu of $300 Bond were called to St. Stephens ame Zion Church on Leonard Street around 8 a in. Today to investigate a break entry into the building was made through a window into the teachers lounge and a Couch there was used As a bed by the intruder. Officers said that evidently the person simply needed a place to sleep nothing was reported thieves sometime monday removed a rear door Glass from the Noah Hancock residence on Friendly Avenue went into the House and then left the premises after replacing the door Glass with new nails. Police said the Only missing items were two dress that Over 40,000 of the 52 too cards already Back in the hands of the tax department came through the mails. The others that have been returned have be i placed in the hands of Rural list takers or in the hands of workers at the tax departments offices in High Point or Greenbo it. The biggest probe a the tax department faces is the Lack of understanding by residents that they do not have to list real estate any longer and therefore do not get separate cards for each pared of property they own Brooks said. He said the queston most often asked the tax department in the tax listing process centers around this Issue. People who own several parcels of properly want to know Why they did no to receive a card for each the answer Brooks said is that the card each citizen receives is for him to list his personal property such As household goods Ani vehicles and animals. William Newman who directs tax department operations in High Point said he is pleased with the Way the new system is operating. He did suggest that residents make certain they list changes made on land they hold. This could include improvements to buildings additions or removals. In addition Newman suggested residents also list purchases or sales. Officials note that each resident is responsible for listing his real estate and personal property with the county for taxes even if he did not receive a card through the mail. 2 Board members seek re election the High Point office Newman said is open each business Day from 8 30 a. In. To 5 30 p. In. He said those with questions can come there or Telephone. Those who have lost their cards must come to the office he said. Brooks said the tax department will observe special hours on feb. 4, the final Day for listing without a penalty. The High Point office will be oven until 7 30 p. In. That Day and the Greensboro office will be open until i p. In. Brooks said approximately 14.000 listing cards have been returned to Date to the High Point office. This represents 61 per cent of the 23.000 mailed out. He said that 11.000 of these were returned by mail. This Means that 79 per cent of the cards received by the High Point office during the listing period have come in by mail. Another 3,000 have been received at the High Point office. The seven Rural list takers j visiting locations in 15 Rural townships have taken in about 1,600 listing cards Brooks said. This he indicated represents about two and a half per cent of the total returned. The Greensboro office has received an estimated 38.000 cards Back or about 57 per cent of the total sent out. Brooks said 29.000 of these or 44 per cent of the total received were returned by mail. Another 2.600 were returned to a special office being operated to provide help and the main tax department office has taken in 4.500. Grover Mcbride Asheboro a two present members of the Randolph county Board of education filed for re election monday afternoon. Veteran Board member Howard Hinshaw of Liberty filed for the seat he has held on the Board for seven years and Grover Thurman Mcbride it. 6. Asheboro paid his tiling fee to run for a second four year term. Hinshaw is owner and operator of h amp h tire service in Liberty. He is also a partner in the Ham Grain co., also of Liberty. He is a member of the first United methodist Church of Liberty and a former trustee of the Church. He has been a member of both the Liberty american legion Post 81 and the Liberty masonic Lodge. Mcbride a self employed Farmer and Chicken Farmer is Active in the Asheboro friends meeting. He has been Active in the Farmer school Pat and has served on the finance committee. Hinshaw and Mcbride Are Howard Hinshaw the second and third members of the present Board to seek re election. Filing last week was Grady Lawson of Ramseur. Yet to make his intentions hmm is Board chairman r. E a a Sonny Davis. The school Board election will be held May 6. Avow. High Speed equipment clutch Platts a pressure assemblies remanufacture a a of m. Specifics 10 speeder Corn of a Tho Mill per. Form beyond Normal condition. I amp pc Auto parts factory outlet Lewis Supply company 3sos s mom St Archdale a i 709 n mom or High Point my rent a Wurlitzer piano immediate delivery month to arson a music co. 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