High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Mar 14 1974, Page 20

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 14, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 12b High Point Enterprise thursday March 14,1974 clothing taken in break in police said that burglars made off with Over $1,000 Worth of clothing during a break in discovered tuesday at the s. Main Street shoe outlet. Officers said the building was entered by breaking the Glass in a door. Stolen were nine dozen blouses three lamps and 20 pairs of shoes. Total value was $1,125. Thieves entered the Owca on fourth Street by breaking a window. Once inside they removed a typewriter valued at about $200 from the office. Rosa Miller Wall of Anaheim Street said that someone entered her Home through an unlocked door and fish tale took a $120 tape player. Martha l. Payne of Clara Cox apts told police that someone broke a window at her Home and removed about $63 Worth of meat and other food items. Thieves broke a window and entered Griffin upholstery on Baker Road and ransacked several areas in the building. About $3 in change was missing there was some damage to equipment but the extent was not immediately known. Police said thieves took a $125 air wrench from Tom s tire service tuesday during open hours. Rosemary Alise Miller of answer to previous Puzzle across i Long fish 4 food fish 8 Oyster 12 choler 13 against 14 operatic Solo 15 loiter behind 16 ripped 17 Young Salmon 18 Gastropod Mollusk 20 scottish instrument 21 operated 22 mimicked 24 extinct Bird 26 exude 27 musical syllable 30 narcotic 32 Petty Prince 34 hand digit 35 purifies 36 become exhausted 37 kind of skirt 39 pheasant Brood 40 German naval commander 41 witticism 42 Gem carved in Relief 45 Bird 49 three banded armadillo 50 philippine Sweet sop 51 before 52 warble 53 direction 54 observe 55 throw 56 crafts 57 turf Down 1 Colorado tributary 2 yemenite 3 considering 4 conductor s Wand 5 presently 6 place to catch Trout 7 transgression newspaper Estepp Quot be Assn i 8 palatable 9 snare 10 Ireland 11 armed conflicts 19 Luzon seaport 20 Flower part 23 fish comb form it 24 remove As headgear 25 Eye defect comb form 26 weird 27 female traitor 28 Stony Ridge 29 Church part 31 rate of movement music 33 singing voice 38 squatter 40 worsted fabric 41 ships spars 42 Container 43 sacred Bull of Egypt 44 american educationist 46 nuisance 47 Mountain comb form i 48 obnoxious Ilant 50 hawaiian Phi Milkfish e. Dayton Avenue reported to police that vandals Cut and scratched the roof and right Side of her car causing about $150 damage. James Thomas Henard 27, of e. Commerce Avenue was arrested tuesday and charged with embezzlement. The warrant alleges he took $1,027.19 from his employer it general on e. Green drive. George Franklin Bannock 18, of Wise Avenue was charged with reckless Driver faces three charges Thomasville a Thomasville Man was arrested at his Center Street Home tuesday afternoon on a multiple of traffic charges. Jack Clarence Lequire 32, was taken into custody on charges of Drunken driving hit and run and driving while his License was revoked. Driving failure to heed a Blue Light and Siren and resisting arrest by police. Elizabeth Ann Biesecker 27, of Archdale was charged with to counts of issuing worthless checks Nezell Mack Smith 31, of Vail Street assault with a deadly weapon Clifton Cornelius Willard 79, of route i malicious damage Edna Bartlett Mcmickle 38, of Granville Street making threatening Telephone Calls and Stanley Friedman 41, of Tabor Street leaving the scene of an Accident. Location Westchester ofom Dait soul n 9-30 pal save Cas Call us 885-2101 free delivery sri Totua cleaners launderers 1670 English Tel. 885-2101 a clip and save .889-7867 to report All drug pushers Call Day or night. A report any facts to help identify a Pusher. You Don t have to identify yourself and Calls cannot be traced a High of tent Fili Seffi Ammine drug 12 i your Fonie grows in value. With Tho found Cho. Quot the Central air conditioner with the shape that spells value Quot <225> Coli and ask about our March pre season Bonus gifts find out How. Call us for details Purcell Supply company phone 882-1411 in a 725 w. Creen or. A now open in Greensboro. Heritage quills factory outlet great savings to you direct from our own factory quilted bedspreads Mill imperfects and i St Quality discontinued styles f a j t sir Nult a f \ a Fife towels throw pillows tablecloths bed pillows Terry Kitchen towels fitted Matt Ress pads. Draperies toss pillows and toaster covers irregular prices Start at. Twin 7�?Ts Queen mo95 full 8�?� King $12� All sales final heritage quilts factory outlet store 1906 s. Chapman St coliseum shopping Center 0pen 10 30 to 5 30 Greensboro a c. Monday thru saturday phone 292-7505 sol special decorator groupings by Bassett outline quilted and velvet welted Loose Pillow Back sofa with two velvet chairs 3, 488�� Only Quot to Complete your room group choose pairs or a single chair. An outstanding selection of Kroehler signature chairs in velvet. $qq00 As Low As m or ask about our 5 payment Pian with no interest free local delivery open Friday night til 8 30 closed wednesday Wood Armfield furniture company Tel 888-4260 = 460-62-64 s. Main St. Security guards quipped with two Way bodies door seals ond night Wou Hroon docks will protect ond up Quot Davis patrol a watchman service 126 n. Main High Point . Coll 886-4025 a so rep. R.?0 Gre ehnts taxi Driver assaulted robbed Randleman a Randleman taxi Driver was struck on the head and robbed of approximately $70 tuesday afternoon by a passenger who apparently used a tire tool in the attack. Randolph county sheriff Lloyd Brown reported today. Brown said Sam Dorrity called the Randleman police dept to report the robbery and attack shortly after 3 pm tuesday but it was turned Over to his office since it occurred outside the Randleman City limits he said Dorrity stated he drove a 17-year-old youth to a House near the City water Plant where the attack took place. Dorrity was treated and released from Randolph Hospital for head abrasions. Kieart0ne stain stain cum pow Job to Tutor i not Rio a san for nature s own exterior Beauty for Wood or Concrete Interior or exterior. Choice of traditional or modern colors. Nostalgic and comic Combine on easter card design reproduced from antique greeting. One of Many. 35 cents. Recycled paper prod. Vick paint Ivo 4.j. Wallpaper re Quot a co. I ass i i e3 a j 120 Church St. 882-8425 4 sofa Sale elegant 88&Quot curved sofa with deep tufted Back in your Choice of velvet Kroehler in especially selected velvets Soli of s. Stripes the traditional Loose Pillow Back Tuxedo-84&Quot Long. Graceful flaring arms create a distinctive design touch to this classic style. Your of Choice from my v

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