High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jul 20 1972, Page 34

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 20, 1972, High Point, North Carolina 2d High Point Enterprise thursday july 20, 1972 Jamestown seeks recreation bids Airport undergoing face lifts in two areas Jamestown Council members wednesday evening agreed to seek bids for construction of two Tennis courts which will be placed on land the town has leased from the Guilford county Board of education. The action on the two Tennis courts was followed i a mediately by approval of a motion which tabled other plans for development of the. Athletic Field behind t h e Jamestown elementary school until a a later Date a the decision to precede in a limited Way toward development of the playground area in the Center of the Community came after the statement that the Complex of baseball and football Fields and Tennis courts at the school would duplicate facilities now being planned for a Park on Bundy Road. On the other hand proponents of development of the leased property said the site is convenient and they expressed the feeling a the people of Jamestown would rather have the baseball Field at the school a in other action councilmen adopted a $1,970,273 budget for the 1972-1973 year. The new budget is larger than the $1.2 million budget used for last year but town manager Charles Turner explained the budget includes a $325,000 Grant from the Federal government toward development of the Park. Councilmen set the tax rate for the year at 49 cents per Hoo valuation which is 22 per cent lower than the 63 cent rate used last year and three cents under the rate suggested earlier. The regular july meeting saw Council set their August a meeting As the time for a Public hearing on a proposal to adopt a minimum housing Man Hurt when hit by Auto a pedestrian was injured wednesday when he reportedly stumbled in front of a car Oil s. Elm Street. Francisco Villa was admitted to High Point memorial Hospital where officials today refused to comment on his condition. Police said they were unable to obtain any information from Villa at the Accident scene because of his Semi consciousness following t h e mishap the involved Auto was driven by Alfred Henry Harriston of Sophia. No charges have been filed against the Driver. Edward Everatt Quick of Barbee Street was treated and released at High Point memorial after the car in which he was Riding struck a Utility pole on s. Elm Street the car was driven by his wife Josephine Quick who told police she pushed Down on the accelerator when she meant to apply the Brake. Clara Rose Shaw was also injured yesterday when a car Driver by Reuben Jester of Winston Salem and one driven by William Thomas Little of Purdy Avenue collided on s. Main Street. Miss Shaw a passenger in the Little Auto was treated and released at High Point memorial. Code and an abandoned automobile code. Councilmen re adopted the Community a planning and zoning ordinance an action made necessary because of changes in state Law. Turner said the ordinance remains As it has been. They gave the Piedmont natural Gas company permission to extend a Gas line along Forestdale drive and received a report showing sales from the towns alcoholic beverage control Board store were $244,866 for the month of june. Councilmen gave lengthy hearings to a proposal for development of the athletic Field at the school after the recreation committee headed by Richard Willard presented a proposed layout including two baseball Fields a football Field four Tennis courts an equestrian ring. Arranged so that some facilities would use the same Basic areas. Estimated Cost of the improvements was $50,200, including new lighting for the Field. Estimated Cost for the two courts which will be built at this time is about $13,000, including lights and fencing. Councilman Millard fire sheets questioned the need for four Tennis courts a in the Light of plans for the Park on Bundy he said the planned Park will provide a a first class athletic councilman Robert Crouch said the athletic Field has been the Center of activity for a Long time in Jamestown and Willard said people he has talked with feel the improvement a would be a Good Willard pointed to the need for better lights at the present location and noted civic dubs in the area a a can to afford to pay for these improvements. Those present suggested that the two facilities could complement each other they pointed to the need for additional programs other than those for Little league including softball Fields. Town officials pointed out that Park facilities Are expected to include bleachers Concession stands lights and four Tennis courts As Well As space for athletic Fields. They said it is possible that some of the facilities at the Park could be ready for use at the Start of the baseball season next year. Firesheets also said the Community has other needs including increased police Protection in addition to recreation. Improvements Are underway in two areas at the Greensboro High Point Winston Salem Airport near Friendship. In addition plans Are underway for even More construction in the near future. The biggest project is the development of a former wooded area across the run major from Page i d facilities at Munich and several Days of Competition in Wiesbaden. The tour includes trips to Belgium the Netherlands and several cities in Northern Germany. The Bahn dinner theatre with new York cast on the magic stage beginning july i i the one flew Over the cuckoo s nest com it to premiere special to july la the wed july a the $5.25 per person it a litre to of y Jtj. Wight dilute a to a mayor from Page i d the redevelopment commission going to represent the housing tenants a a i stand by these appointments a Bencini said. A these Are men of integrity and they will do a Good the mayor noted again his commitment to accept a consensus list from Council in making the appointments. A these Are my appointments a he said. Under the recommendation made by Culler which was accepted by the mayor Frazier will serve a term on the new housing authority ending in december 1972 Morehead and Yokely will serve terms ending in december 1973 Adams until december 1974 Brown until december 1975 and Stout and Dixon until december 1976. Way from the present terminal building. There two major facilities designed to serve private aircraft Are rapidly taking shape. The other current construction Effort is the now nearly completed task of adding two More a hold rooms for airline passengers at locations along the a a Finger reaching out from the terminal building. The new future Calls for an expansion of the air cargo building which was completed a few years ago. In addition the Federal Avi action Agency has awarded contracts for construction of a new control Tower to be located in the same general area As the two air service facilities. Construction of this should get underway soon. The area across from the terminal building is also the site of current Extension of a taxiway along the Northwest Side of the Long Northeast Southwest runway. Officials Are hoping this work can be completed this fall. Farther in the future Are a new weather station and a new passenger terminal to serve the increasing number of passengers now using the Airport. Assistant Airport manager Jed Johnson said the two new 1 hold rooms should be ready for use by late this month or Early in August. Johnson said one of the units will be used by passengers travelling by United airlines and the other will be used jointly by Piedmont air lines and Delta air lines. Completion of the two units will make a total of four at the passenger terminal. Officials Are hopeful that both of the two air service facilities can be ready Early this fall Johnson said. The until being erected by the Greensboro High Point air service inc., faces the Northeast to Southwest runway and that being erected by the Atlantic Aero inc., faced the Northwest Southeast runway. Final grading and paving is now underway around both of the two facilities and work is underway inside the structures. The Greensboro High Point air service facility will have a Large office and maintenance Structure As Well As a storage Hanger and some a a to hangers. The Atlantic Aero inc., is completing an office and service Hanger. Additional covered areas will be added later. Both facilities will have ramp space tie Down areas As Well As Normal service operations for visiting private and business aircraft. Grading is being completed on the taxiway Extension which when completed will provide a Complete taxiway All along the Northeast to Southwest runway. Stone and pavement Are yet to be added to the construction area. 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