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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 12, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Ii it Point Enterprise wednesday. June it. 1174 glue spillage causes mess chair City recreation program in full swing Farmer it was a Sticky mess monday As Highway patrolmen were investigating a car truck collision which resulted in 3.000 Gallons of glue running on Highway 40 near Asheboro. The Highway patrol estimated damages to the truck owned by Central transport chemical co. Of High Point at iss too the Tanker truck was being operated by Everett Tyre of Pittsboro when it smashed head on into a car being drive by Judy Cheek of by 3. Asheboro the patrol said the Cheek car backed from a private driveway onto the Highway and was in the Orong Lane at the time of the collision. It Wev Cheek was charged w Ith failure to Yeold right of Way both Drivers were treated and released at Randolph Hospital data asked on 1-85 plans in chair City Thomasville opinion about the environmental effects of new mis has been requested by the state Hoard of transportation from the City of Thomasville w a construction stated to begin in i St or i960 the state is expected to commence acquiring rights of Way for the new Highway next year. The six Lane expressway will skirt Thomasville on the City a Southern Edge mayor Jim Johnson has received a letter from t l. An official of the state transportation dept., Waters an official of the state transportation de tasking the City to provide the environment. Information about the new Highway. According to the letter the department must file updated information for the entire 32 8-mile stretch of i is to be built Between tir Hometown Toad near Greensboro and Lexington by Lee Mortimer Enterprise stall writer Thomasville the Thomasville recreation dept has set up a varied and interesting program of activities for the summer area Young people and adults should have no trouble finding an enjoyable pastime during the vacation months. About Soo people now participate in the City s adult softball games recreation director Clint Ingram said the leagues Are sponsored both by the recreation department and local churches and Are open to people of All Ages some a Tref softball teams though not sponsored directly by the department Are provided a place to have their games the local girls play teams from High Point Weston Salem and other nearby towns. Baseball is set up into three main divisions a Little league Pony league and legion and Semi pro teams divided according to age and playing ability teams play an average of two nights per week the City s swimming program described by Ingram As a very Strong Quot is served by the two pools in town. Carver Park and memorial Park. Ingram reported that since opening tuesday in two pools have experienced the greatest use in their history swimming lessons which began monday provide lib youngsters the Chance to learn to swim both pools Are reserved weekday mornings zoning Board adopts study Al Academy awards Paul Newman Hobert Redford Roberti Shaw the sting Center i stauts Friday i requests by residents of Avondale Avenue brought a reduction in an area near Kivett drive proposed for refining As a result of a Public hearing tuesday before the High Point planning and zoning commission except for lifts change in the area of Avondale Avenue members of the planning and zoning commission generally adopted a planning study at the Kivett drive area As a guide for future or Conings the study hurried out by the planning de Thad called for Extension of the existing Industrial area along Kivett drive in the area of the Hatteras yacht co to Avondale it suggested that the remainder of the Street from Avondale to scientific Street be changed from its present residential classification to Buvinow one area South of Kivett drive Between Triangle Lake Road Ami Elon Road was suggested for Industrial status As a part of the study which considered the entire Quot St Kivett drive area from in end i Al on Street out to the far Edge of the High Point extra territorial rights Boundary in other activities the planning and zoning commission deferred action on a request by it fillip j Hinshaw for rezoning of property on Eastchester drive from residential to neighbourhood retail it also deferred action in connection with a review of the Eastchester drive corridor from North Centennial to Gayer Street fan area which includes the Hon saw property. Jerry Yarborough planning director said commission members discussed a proposed soil erosion Ami sedimentation control measure briefly and agreed to hold a special meeting to discuss the Issue Yarborough said a Public hearing will be held on the Issue which is also being considered by Guilford county and by Greensboro commission members recommended closing a portion of unopened sink place in the area of Delmont and Lindsay streets and that the City school system by allowed to continue use of Mobile Home classrooms for two years they recommended that a request by Yew Post bib for an exception to establish a clubhouse on the Al Harris property South of Cedrow be denied saying the use would not by compatible walking a Viall no a Center shows i 41, 4 48 6 54 of movie ratings for parents Ano Young people All aces Admi Leo get a a a a Omav it m All Ages admitted a aaa a in Vav Jhk in of a # i h m a to Graffe Kest my i to Alyou can eat fillet of flounder $1.99 All order served with our own huh puppies French foe end Cole slow ask about our Complete b to menu fish House Golden Fried shrimp $2.99 All order served our own hush puppies French Fries and Cole Slaw served family style rooms company no oni Ondik i admitted at o Csc or Nam a in a a a in in mho be i in cd a Siu Bomfim the above is published As a Public service by the High Point Enterprise from i a in. To noon for lessons and Are open to the Public in the afternoons beginning at i p in. Swimming pupils Are divided into classes of beginners advanced beginners intermediate swimmers advanced swimmers and Junior and senior life saving All youngsters from six years old and up Are eligible to take swimming lessons lessons Are Given in two three week sessions this summer the second session will begin in july following completion of the first. Only one session of life saving instruction is to be offered. However. Adult swimming and lifesaving lessons begin june 17 at 30 p m supervised playground chair Cit ians face charges Thomasville chair atty police arrested two men tuesday charging one with receiving stolen property and the other with felonious breaking and entering and larceny Mark Bennie bean of Cedar Lodge Road was arrested and charged with receiving an my .30 Caliper carbine reported stolen May 23 from the residence of Woodrow Peacock of Cloniger drive. John Daniel Norton was charged by police in connection with a break in and larceny the police report listed Brenda Meadows and Cornelious Norton As prosecuting witnesses no other information concerning the charge was available a motorcycle valued at 1250 was reported stolen from cleats Hicks of it i Thomasville the vehicle was taken from a Carolina Avenue location a Wallet containing $160 was reportedly taken tuesday for an employee of the White Star store at Southgate shopping Center. Sandra Kennedy told police she had left the Wallet on a desk in the rear of the store. It was taken she said sometime Between 4 and 7 p in. Activities begin next week at Liberty drive. Turner Street. Wal Cliff Carver Park. Doak Park and Amazon Park among supervised instruction offered at the playgrounds Are arts and crafts quiet games and athletic games at the end of july Field Day events will be held for children from All the playgrounds free Tennis lessons for youngsters of All Ages begin monday. Those who live outside the City limits May take Ady anlage of the lessons at a Cost of $3 instructors will be Jeff Gilliam and Jan Thomas the adult Tennis lessons have not yet been finalized but should be ready to begin next week. Ingram said in order not to deprive the Public of use of the town s eight lighted and paved Tennis courts Ingram said the department sponsored Tennis lessons will be scheduled for daytime use. Adult lessons Are also free Ingram stressed that almost All the department s activities in Thomasville Are free of charge a was a City sponsored program we have a responsibility to the citizens to offer As Many activities As possible free of charge. He said special events planned by the recreation department include a citywide Tennis tournament swim meets. Field Dav events and several adult classes in painting crocheting and Tole painting i painting with charcoal. In conjunction with the county 4 ii program Thomasville will offer courses in first Aid. Nurses attend my m i a fact finding cancer meet a workshop on breast and uterine cancer was held today at Wesley memorial foiled methodist Church for registered nurses and licensed practical nurses in the area a joint Effort Between the North Carolina state nurses Assn districts la and v and the american cancer society the workshop is mainly to give the nurses attending More information on the disease a a uterine cancer most prominent in women Over 35 years of age is a term which actually describes two types of cancer found in the uterus arca said mrs Sheila Cromer chairman of the workshop the two types cervix and Corpus named so because of the area which it occurs in. Generally occur in different age groups women before menopause generally do not have the uterine cancer found in the Corpus area but contacting the disease possible she explained a evidence has been found that Perron in Tow economic groups and Young women who have begin sex at an Early age Are More Likely to suffer rom uterine cancer mrs Cromer noted members attending the symposium also were exposed to ideas on breast cancer simple tests tor both breast cancer amt uterine cancer have been devised a Pap smear can Lead to Early detection of uterine cancer and a doctor s examination or use of the breast screening clinic can be id help in Early detection of breast cancer said mrs Cromer a registered nurse the Best Way to help with Early detection of cancer is to know the seven warning signs explained mrs Doris Davis health educator at the Guilford county health dept in High Point about 200 persons attended the workshop and heard lectures about Multi Phasic clinics and cancer from physicals and nurses in the area on the scene Marine league the triad Council of the Marine corps league will hold their fourth annual stale convention in Greensboro at the Holiday inn at 1-40 and Airport Road this weekend guest speaker for the event will be Marine corps league National senior vice commandant Dick of Brien. The Council is made up of members from High Point. Winston Salem and Greensboro areas your cheating heart thunderbird oms a it Ihm lir c starts at a i Oti Invfio to l Usi limits engagement apartment numbers High Point postmaster Lynn c. Blackwood today issued a special Appeal for High Point apartment residents to use their apartment numbers in return address to ensure faster More efficient mail deliveries failure to include the apartment number May slow mail service especially when substitute carriers May have to use directories to find apartments of those with common first and last names Blackwood warned Day Camp youth unlimited inc is sponsoring Kamp Koyolee hakka Day Camp or Model cities neighbourhood children Ages 7 through 12 this is the third summer that the program has been in operation. Four two week sessions will be offered beginning june 17. On tour two High Point area youths Are currently visiting Washington. D c As part of a trip won in Competition sponsored by the Davidson electric membership corp Dee Antoinette Mcnamara of Kernersville and Steven m Pendov of High Point Are participating in the Rural electric youth tour with students from 26 other states Bike safely pet care and woodworking adult courses Are available at Davidson county Community College through the recreation department a we work very closely with the Community College a said Ingram adding that the recreation department finds interested people and the College provides the teachers concluding. Ingram added that one of the department s primary objectives is to explore the needs of people a we want to Contact the people so we can find out what sort of programs they want. So wre can provide it for he said Ingram said anyone interested in any of the department s summer activities is Welcome to participate. Court Case scheduled for jury the second degree murder trial of Hurley Chappell 49, of Worth Street has consumed must of this week a criminal session of Superior court assistant District attorney Howard Cole said this morning that the Case would probably go to the jury before the end of the court today. Hurley was charged with murder in connection with the Jan 20 shooting death of Dallas Gray Brown cd Worth Avenue a few other cases have Bien heard during the first two Lav s of court Gladys mock. 27, of Leonard Street was Given six months Active on a charge of Possession of marijuana. Work release was recommended Alfred Alfonso Hicks. 43, of Fairview Street was Given is months Active after being accused cd being a habitual offender of state traffic Laws two charges of Possession of drugs against Thomas Raymond Varner of i. 3. Trinity were abated due to the death of the accused Keith Wilburn peace. 19. Of s Elm Street was Given two years suspended fined $300 and costs and placed on probation on a charge of Possession of drugs Michael Dale Lewis no address available was Given 18 months suspended fined $300 and costs and placed on probation on one charge of Possession of marijuana braver for judgment was continued until the january1975 term of Superior court in a Case of Possession of drugs against Angelia Frye Jenssen 19. Of Franklin Street a nol pros with leave has taken in a charge of distributing drugs against is Jenssen larceny suspects Are bound Over dirty Mary crazy Larry starring Peter Tonda pm 7 10 910 nut. Thi six thief Wah oui nue a the Sinpoli Otis i 105 East Lexington Avenue College Village shopping Center 883-0523 drive a theatre last 7 nights a Candy Stripe nurses a the student teachers coming Fri a the happiest film Surprise of the year. A a bootleggers plan now to see Ith j two persons were bound Over to Superior court tuesday after receiving preliminary hearings in District court probable cause was found in five cases against Richard Dean Osborne 16, of Allen Jay Road he is charged with two counts of larceny after breaking and entering and one each of Auto larceny grand larceny and breaking and entering Wilde Smith 23, of Loflin Street was bound Over on a charge of larceny after probable cause was found against him. Cliff Dobbs 17, of fiddle Street was Given 60 Days Active upon being found guilty of harbouring a juvenile Escapee from Jackson training school. He gave notice of Appeal. Clara fran Moss 16, no address listed had probation revoked and d six months sentence activated. She had been Given a suspended sentence on a charge of Misdemeanour larceny. Della Melton 45, of s. Elm Street was Given six months suspended and taxed costs after pleading guilty to assault with a deadly weapon. The charge had originally been assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill. She was charged with shooting Richard Melton with a 22 Caliper Rifle april Brown is linked to Pion Washington a plan discovered by the Senate watergate committee and termed As the Quot potentially most dangerous activity discovered by the committee was allegedly formulated by former special assistant to the president Robert j Brown of High Point. . And Paul Jones regional director of action in Atlanta according to to committee report the plan was to use Federal funds to induce Black leaders to remain Neutral or to support the president in 1972 the Rev Jesse Jackson and James Farmer were cited As lev leaders to be influenced by the developers of the plan. Black supporters and officials in the Nixon administration the report which was circulated among committee members Friday said the plan called for mobilization of Federal social and economic programs for use during the Campaign to attract rank and file Blacks As Well As leaders a a the administration s program to use the Powers of the incumbency to re elect the president appears to be a violative of certain Federal civil and criminal Laws Quot the report said pressure applied by Brown and Jones was acknowledged by the Rev Jackson who reportedly was seeking Aid for the people fated to save humanity program push the program he directs a memorandum by Jones the report says stated. His a Jackson is support and or neutrality could go far in favourably swinging Black voters to in Richard Nixon it Jackson was a supporter of sen George Mcgovern. Is during the primaries but later broke with the democratic candidate. Jackson said he broke with met Wilvern because of moves by mayor Richard Daley whom the Young minister opposed Jackson remained Neutral through the Campaign Frank Gen As 27 on s. Elm Street she was ordered to pay Hospital and doctor Bills for Melton she got 60 Days suspended on a charge of assault by pointing a gun a not pros with leave was taken in a charge of assault with a deadly weapon against is. Melton. Claude Floyd Barnes 42, of Al 2 Roanoke rapids got six months suspended and was lined $200 and costs on the combined charges of Drunken driving and Public drunkenness. Ralph Bowen of n. Main Street got 60 Days suspended und was fined $25 and costs on a charge of making harassing Telephone Calls. Curtis Dean Cox. 18. Of Burlington got 60 Days suspended and was fined $35 and costs on a charge of Misdemeanour Possession of marijuana Bonnie Scott of Berkley Street got a total of 30 Days suspended and was taxed one Bill of costs on four counts of issuing worthless checks. He was ordered to pay the four checks. Nol crosses with leave were taken against Doris Simmons of stub Ridge Avenue charged with Misdemeanour breaking and entering and malicious damage. Robert Brown 33, of Cable Street was acquitted of a charge of assault by pointing a gun. Writer set to keynote Israel dinner Frank Gervasi journalist foreign correspondent and author will be the keynote speaker at the triad Israel tribute dinner on saturday at the Holiday inn four seasons. The dinner will culminate the annual Bonds for Israel drive in Greensboro High Point and Winston Salem. The dinner will Honor Herman w Bernard of High Point who will receive Quot the prime minister s one of the state of Israel s highest citizen awards Gervasi a Veteran journalist and a frequent visitor to the Middle East has recently completed a history of Israel a a View from mount hts syndicated column on world affairs appears in major newspapers throughout the country proceeds from the Sale of Israel Bonds will make possible the rehabilitation of the israeli War dislocated Economy and the establishment of Job opportunities for immigrants from soviet Russia and other countries. Fire damages vacant House firemen Are investigating the cause of a fire today about 3 30 a in. That caused extensive damage to a House at 507 Blair St. Firemen said that when they arrived the rear portion of the House was completely involved in flames. The one Story Frame House was not occupied or furnished. The owner of the rental property was listed by police As Paul t. Payne of it. 9, Greensboro. 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