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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 30, 1976, High Point, North Carolina Archdale attorney Don Miller Archdale City attorney Don Miller will represent the City of Archdale at a hearing today in Salisbury to determine whether a temporary restraining order issued last week. Stopping construction of a City garage on school Road will be continued i cd Mauldin president of Mam builders. I 5. High Point obtained the order which temporarily restrains for to Days construction of the proposed 144.000 building by j l Darr construction co of Trinity Mauldin in his complaint maintains he was the Low bidder and should have received the bid the Council approved Darr s bid of 132 900 $400 More than Mauldin because several Council members indicated they were not Happy with Mauldin s work in building Archdale City Hall. The electrical and mechanical contracts Are expected to run the building costs to $44,000 wednesday s hearing is in Rowan Superior court in Salisbury at 9 30 a in before judge Harvey a. Lupton of Winston Salem the temporary restraining order was issued june Zzz by District court judge Hal Walker of Asheboro Trinity Homes broken into Asheboro two breaking in the Trinity area monday netted thieves More than $1 400 in guns and jewelry Randolph deputies reported Donald Lambeth. Meadowbrook Road said someone entered his Home monday and stole jewelry and coins valued at Simo Jesse Moore Coltrane Road complained someone entered his Home monday and took pistols watches old coins and a Silver service valued at $500 by committee wiretap Bill gets review i by Lawrence l. Knutson associated press writer Washington i api the Senate s new intelligence committee is reviewing a wiretap control Bill supported by president Ford and a Broad Range of senators but challenged by critics on grounds it would allow More bugging than it would discourage. The Senate judiciary committee voted la to i earlier this month to approve the Bill which Lur the first time requires the while House to obtain judicial warrants for National Security wiretaps and to certify in writing and under oath that they Are necessary the intelligence committee begins considering the measure today under the dual jurisdiction it was granted recently As overseer of then it of Romance of the Fri Cia and other us intelligence agencies sen Edward m Kennedy. Mass the Bill s chief Spon Sor has taken the View that the Bill is a major step Forward and the Best Bill that can be passed now Kennedy said it would be impossible to win Senate approval of a More sweeping set of controls or an outright ban on wiretapping a coalition of groups including the american civil liberties Union attacked the Bill monday they said it would Quot legitimise More wiretapping than it would discourage a because Congress would be going on record for the first time As approving National Security wiretaps Morton Harper to. Who is suing Secretary of state Henry a Kissinger for allegedly authorizing a wiretap on Halperin s lip jul Sale t0m0rr0w-Fri.-sat. It Mon. 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A household 414 North Wrenn St. A in service j High Point Enterprise wednesday Lune to 176 5d 1 Telephone when or worked for the National Security Council also said the measure would give the Fri authority to engage in Domestic intelligence gathering Halperin contended the Justice department will claim the Bill authorizes such investigations As a Means of determining whether a suspect is an agent of a foreign Power or is Quot aiding and abetting such an agent aides to Kennedy disputed Halperin s Contention and said the Bill in no Way applies to anything other than electronic surveillance in its present form the Bill requires the attorney general to obtain a court warrant authorizing electronic surveillance in this country on foreign intelligence matters. The attorney general would be required to present convincing evidence that the target of the wiretap or Bug is an agent of a foreign Power and to certify that the data sought cannot be obtained by other investigative techniques the chief Justice of the United states would be authorized to empower seven District court judges around the country to Issue wiretap warrants posts bakery votes in Union employees of hosts bakery. Inc. Of Thomasville recently approved unionization at the factory by a vote of 70 to 46. According to the National relations Board of Region la. Tilt bakery and confectionery workers International i Mon of America. Al Cio was the Union voted in army pie Bichard n. Lain 19, son of or and mrs. John c lain. 207 Pineridge re recently was awarded the expert infantryman badge while assigned to the 82nd airborne division Al it Bragg the badge is the army a highest non combat proficiency award for infantrymen a radio Telephone operator in co a. 1st battalion of the divisions 325th infantry pvt lain entered the army last june and completed Basic training Al it Polk la. He is a 1975 graduate of Andrews High school special recognition has been accorded to staff sgt Howard l. Bumgarner son of or and mrs Lewis Bumgarner of to Morrison ave., Thomasville at we Brucken a. Germany Bumgarner an air transportation supervisor with the 26th transportation Wing. Was named outstanding noncommissioned officer of the Quarter the sergeant was honoured for leadership professional skill and duty performance a 1969 graduate of Thomasville senior High school he has studied at Golden state University Extension at Pope fab. . And the University of Maryland european division at Wei Burke his wife. Susan is the daughter of or and mrs l. A Barry of 112 Lambeth by Thomasville Navy Seaman apprentice Francis d. Reid son of or and mrs Eugene h Reid of 208 Winston St. Thomasville. Has completed recruit training at the naval training Center Orlando Fla. A 1973 graduate of Thomasville High school he joined the Navy in March 1976 Navy fireman recruit Thomas d. Sink. Son of or and mrs Bayard h sink of Lexington has completed recruit training at the naval training Center Orlando. Fla. A former student of West Davidson High school he joined the Navy in March 1976 Navy fire control tee uni clan 3rd c John m. Parrish jr., son of or my mrs John m Parrish or of High Point is scheduled to participate in the International naval review in new York Harbor on july 4lh As a crewman of the guided missile destroyer uss William v Pratt he is one of the 20.000 Nav men taking part in the Navy a formal Bicentennial commemoration of our nation s maritime heritage the review will include a total of 50 ships representing More than 30 countries a 1970 graduate of Trinity senior High school Parrish joined the Navy in october 1973 his ship is Home ported in Charleston. S c Marine pvt David t. Dockery. 18. Son of or and mrs David Dockery of 1118 Cedrow Orcas completed recruit training at the mar in corps recruit depot. Parris Island. So. A 1975 graduate of Andrews High school he joined the Marine corps in january 1976 sgt James o. Byrd whose wife. Patrica lives at 82 e fresnel i St. Asheboro. Was graduated on May 21 from the eighth u s army a Wightman noncommissioned officer Academy in Korea the sergeant a communications Center supervisor w Ith the u s army special Security group assistant chief of staff for intelligence. Korea detachment in Seoul with duty at Washington do. Entered the army in january 1974 and was last stationed at it Bragg Ile holds the army commendation medal Bvrd is a 1964 graduate of Randleman High school and received a b a degree in 1967 from Asheboro commercial College Macoboy on Bridge Sims makes it look so easy j by Oswald it James Jacoby perfect technique in Dummy play is something All experts strive to attain forty five years ago no erne had it. Bul Mal Sims came mighty close sales expected to climb Hudson. Ohio map business is booming for fireworks maker James Sorgi with the nation preparing for its 200th birthday next weekend Sorgi says sales Are up 40 per cent despite shipping restrictions that have forced him to cancel or turn Down some orders he expects More than $200,000 in business Over the july 4 weekend Sorgi said the company itself will put on 80 shows Over the Bicentennial weekend including displays at Chicago and Cleveland and will ship 450 orders of fireworks to groups conducting their own shows the display Sorgi is proudest of was an 800 Square foot likeness of president Lyndon b Johnson on the late president s birthday during the 1964 democratic National convention in Atlantic City. 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