High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jul 15 1974, Page 22

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 15, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 12b i Point Enterprise monday july 15, 1974 i i i l Jacoby Egypt answer to previous Puzzle i on Bridge Dietz forced to big slam North 4 86 a 9832 a 974 a 10975 West Dot East 4 a q 107 54 4 k j932 i Vito 4 a j62 a k 10853 a 43 8 South 4 v a k q j 7 5 4 a a akqj62 North South vulnerable West North East South 14 Pas 40 St so Pavs pass 64 60 pan pass 74 dbl pass pass pass opening Lead to by Oswald amp James Jacoby Jim Quot i have just been Reading dancing in the dark the autobiography of Howard Dietz in t he an old Friend of yours a Oswald a the certainly is. I knew him first in College. Your Mother and i used to play Tennis with him when you were a baby. I have always played Bridge with him. He was a very Good Bridge player. Here is a hand from a match i played with him right after i got Back from world War ii i sat North and was most unhappy during the Jim a looking at your hand i can see Why. And each time or. Diets bid again things must have looked worse to you Oswald a Howard s bidding was really wonder Ful he knew he would make seven hearts. His Only problem was How to get to play the hand against non vulnerable opponents who held the Spade suit. So he just let himself get pushed to seven and did not redouble a Jim a what did the opponents have to say while you were scoring the hand a Oswald a plenty the hand broke up the match. The general comment was a it is bad enough to play against Jacoby. Now Dietz turns out to be even tougher a Quot m to is i or i in Apt it of .34 pork prunes key a .13 a a Cal tiv plan mar As a vast in in City m Prussia 12 dwelling place 14 maw Lin nickname inti 15 persons hrs rid Hope in till is domesticated i Lively frolic i hitter so Cal 20 mos in Quot. 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A 34 35 to i a 36 a 37 38 39 40 a 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 is City issues 80 permits eight building permits issued during the past few Days by the City a inspection division had a value of $182,291. Freeman Hill inspections director issued three permits valued at $7,700 for business improvements and one permit Worth $75,000 for a new dwelling Hill also issued la permits Worth a total of $8,330 for roofing work la Worth $7,885 for repairs to dwellings and 13 Worth $33,690 for improvements to dwellings he issued 40 permits Worth $17, 686 for fencing and one $12,-000 permit a for improvements to a Church. The r. L. Britton estate received a $3,300 permit for roof work of a n. Main Street Structure Joanne Garner received a $2,000 permit for improvements to the Interior of a s. Main Street building and Max o Connor received a $2,400 permit for roofing work on a n. Main Street Structure. Larry Rogers received a $75,000 permit for a House on Heathcliff Street. Long life a newly planted Date Palm tree will not Bear fruit for about eight years and will not be fully mature until it is 30 years old. But the tree does not begin to decline until it is too years old and some have lived 200 years Driver in wreck charged Richard Dean Osborne 16, of Brentwood Street was slightly injured in a one car Accident today about 12 32 . On Brentwood Street near Franklin Street. Police charged Osborne with Drunken driving and leaving the scene of an Accident. Joe Bill Ashburn 34, of Chestnut Street was slightly injured sunday about 11 46 . When his car ran off the right Side of Beddington Road near Westview place crossed Back to the other Side of the Roadway stopping when it hit a Fence and some Trees. The vehicle also reportedly knocked Down three mailboxes. Ashburn was charged with exceeding a Safe Speed. George Lawrence Diggs. 52, of Willow place was injured when his car reportedly hit a parked vehicle owned by Willie Lee Rochelle of Sherrod Street. The Accident happened about 8 01 . Sunday on fourth Street near Willow. Timothy Gaither Wilson 21, of Hoskins Street was injured when his car and one driven by Hubert Norman Clapp 65, of Pine Street collided saturday about 2 24 . On English Road near Ward Avenue. Clapp was charged with a Safe movement violation. Florida tories while the 13 colonies rebelled against George in of great Britain Florida acquired by the British in 1763, remained Loyal to the King. St. Augustine s Castillo a Spanish built fort was a prisoner of War Camp and three signers of the declaration of Independence were held there. Revenue sharing funds dropto�ad7�?. Year last week. The Money a 1 meets tuesday Greensboro Guilford county will receive More than 25 per cent less in Revenue sharing funds for the 1974-75 fiscal year than it did for the 1973-74 year. An error in data collection resulted in an overpayment by the office of Revenue sharing during the past fiscal year county finance director Thomas Cashwell said in a recent interview. Deaf school pushes total for permits Greensboro a per Mit for construction of a Central North Carolina school for the deaf North of Greensboro helped to push the total value of permits issued by the Guilford county inspections dept during june to $6,892,507. The inspections dept issued a permit valued at $3,993,247 for construction of the school for the deaf to be located on . 29 near its intersection with Summit Avenue Northeast of Greensboro. Permits also included 1�1 valued at $1,652,422 for new dwellings to be placed in Rural areas of the county outside of the cities. Other permits included one for a $20,500 Chapel five valued at $12,250 for garages three Worth $117,900 for Industrial facilities four Worth $94,100 for commercial garages and service stations and 26 Worth $44,355 for storage buildings. Beauty sleep. Fur storage Saj Guam unworn 170 i Nom the sihi�1 a Wolman Izeda pressure treated Ideal no rotting Wood that is perfect for patios decks boat docks Flower bed Borders or anywhere that moisture rot or termites might be a problem for Ordinary Wood. Buy today from Hedgecock we have How in Stock. 1 x 6 in 8to12 lengths 2 x 4 in 8to1214 lengths 2 x 6 in 8to121416 lengths 2 x 8 in 8to121416 lengths 2 x to in to121416 lengths 2 x 12 in 121416 lengths 4 x 4 in 8to121416 lengths 4 x 6 in 12 lengths 1x3 treated porch flooring Good Supply of Quot Ruu proof Quot galvanized nails builder Supply go. of High Point 1213 Ward St. Call 882-4101 plenty of free off Street parking free delivery Knauf now our Loans come in larger packages. Up to 35500�� on real estate and other Security consolidate Bills a a one place to pay a one payment a month get extra Cash too amount financed $2,000 no. Of monthly payments amount of monthly payments total of payments $69.33 $2,495.88 $3,000 $5,000 60 $104.00 $3,744.00 $118.95 $7,137.00 annual percentage rate 15% phone now for number one service mortgage and loan company across from the old Enterprise bldg. 306 North main St. High Point . Craige Reavis mgr. Phone 882-3381 ask about our new car Loans Loo. Adjustments will result in the county a receiving $625,-317 less for the current year than for last year a $277,081 decrease for each Quarter. Payments for 1974-75 will be $1,720,264. For the past year the county received $2,345,548. Cashwell said the error was made by Federal census Bureau personnel gathering data Here. The workers included the county a special school tax in their figures he said although such taxes do not count in figuring the payments. Revenue sharing payments Are based on local population and tax Effort. Cashwell said the error was discovered by county personnel who reported it to the Federal Agency. The county received its final Check for the 1973-74 $586,387 a will be used for capital improvements in the three school systems and Guilford technical Institute Cashwell said. Revenue sharing funds Are paid quarterly with each Quarter s payment coming a few Days after the end of the Quarter. This most recent Check therefore does not reflect the decrease in payment. Three other checks exacted during the 197475 fiscal year will be $43b.066, reflecting the lower payment. Greensboro a the Guilford county Board of adjustments will consider a building request by Piedmont welding Supply co. This week. The Board will meet at 7 30 . Tuesday in the new courthouse Here. The firm seeks permission to build a warehouse in the Ridge Industrial Park of deep River township North of High Point closer to property lines than zoning regulations allow Security guards of Fath i tic Twe Way Nim Law a a a. Mykl Watt Momut. Non Rorr Var Butin bom Ond property will Kuitu 24 hour Par Doy Divis Purol i watchman service 126 n. Main it a Point . Coll 886-4025 copyright 1974 the Kroger co. We Reserve the right to limit quantities. To vah re a for id Mai Lue Kiev you k Muncy j . Gov t graded Choice people s Choice Chuck roast in. Laundry detergent 4 cold 54� Power Sun Gold Sandwich bread 3<fl i it old. A loaves Mhz . Govt graded Choice. People s Choice Chuck Steak it country club ice Cream

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