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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 19, 1974, High Point, North Carolina For Thomasville Council okays police network High Point Enterprise tuesday March 19,1974 7b by Ven Carver Enterprise staff writer Thomasville the Thomasville City Council voted to put Thomasville on the police information network a nationwide computer Hookup that keeps tabs on criminal activities. A we Thomasville police Are among the very last of the cities of this size without this police chief Paul Shore told the Council. The first year of operation and possibly the second he said would be financed through a Federal Grant. By the third year however Thomasville will have to put up the $1,800 annual fee to finance the City a inclusion on the network. Also at the meeting monday councilmen heard a report on the newly formed Thomasville youth Council from the chairman of the Council Bernard Smith. After his speech Council seemed amenable to a request from a member of the mayors youth committee City councilman Bill Poole that $10,000 be added to the recreation budget next year although no for songs a Muse restaurant 2872 n. Main Tel. 869-3915 closed mondays open tues. Thru Sun. 11 30 to 2 00 5 00 to 10 00 serving the finest in chinese and american food orders to go Call i 3 4 869-3915 Mal motion evolved. The Money would be used to hire an adult adviser for the youth Council. The Council also heard an Appeal from Thomas Leslie Atchinson who has been rejected twice by both the planning Board and the Council in his efforts to get property he owns rezoned. He wants to build an Auto body shop on the lot located in a residential area off Lake Road in the City a extraterritorial zoning jurisdiction. Council agreed to re advertise his request for rezoning but mayor Jim Johnson said he could make a no after the meeting Johnson that the building permits for the Mason Way project a controversial Public housing development had officially been revoked by the inspections dept. The reason for the revocation is the deterioration of the partially Complete modular apartment units which have been left exposed to the weather. There is also question about who owns the project Johnson said. During formal session the Council approved two routine Fezon Ings. One for property located on Salem Street near the Central business District. Movie ratings for parents and Young people Tho of in of Tho rating it to inform Parrott about i or Tunilo bitty of morn Contr for in Wing by Tho if caldron All Ages admitted Gumc of Audi Rico g is All Ages admitted parents guidance suggested some material May not be suitable toe pre teenager. Restricted under 17 require accompanying Parent or adult guardian no oni Junoir 17 admitted i a limit May vary certain area 111 q be of no warm is i o of the Motew non in pm of Siu Coalton the above is published As a Public service by the High Point Enterprise movie showing the full length movie a a Man called Peter a will be shown in the Sanctuary of first United methodist Church wednesday at 7 30 . The showing will be free of charge and a Nursery will be provided. Retired educators a meeting of the Guilford county retired school personnel organization will be held thursday at to a m. In the Guilford county schools administration office at 120 Franklin blvd. In Greensboro. New officers will be elected and the program will be presented by Charles Myers a representative from the county social services dept office in Greensboro. Churchmen meet the United methodist men of Christ United methodist Church will hold a dinner meeting at the Church wednesday at 6 30 . Guest speaker for the event will be William g. Martin a member of the Board of directors of girls Haven of North Carolina. . Carers Greensboro a a basketball game Between members of the Guilford county sheriffs dept and Greensboro City police dept was held recently to raise Money for the Central North Carolina chapter of the multiple sclerosis society. The Greensboro police won the game held at Western Guilford High by a score of 48-37. W. C. Fields film the classic w. C. Fields Filer a you can to cheat an honest Man a will be shown an escape from the great White death a Aux us amp a v Quot c n As part of the technical cellar Cinema wednesday Guilford institutes series. The film will be shown at 12 noon and at 8 . There is no charge. Humane society Jamestown the Guilford county humane society will hold its monthly meeting thursday at 8 . In the town Hall in Jamestown. Robert Bryden will speak about the use of live animals in research. Their recent meeting. Pam Roberts in service director for the High Point memorial Hospital showed a film the a pulse of life a which stressed the basics of Mouth to Mouth resuscitation. Following the film each person was Given the Opportunity to participate in administering Mouth to Mouth resuscitation. During the business session the assistants voted to adopt the l. Richardson rehabilitation Center for the mentally ill As a special project for the year. In Superior court Active terms Given Church lecturer y Spring classes c Xijiu Coati to \ pm Mai tot in full colom a tip Lite Las Lorne Greene in ting f Center starts Friday 2 divine Healing is the effect of the a Christ in action George Louis Aghamalian said monday night in High Point. A Christian science lecturer from new York City Aghamalian told an audience in Astor dowdy towers that Christian Healing is available to All. The lecturer also emphasized that it takes More than a popular a a superstar to completely transform the lives of people As Jesus did. Aghamalian is currently on an extensive speaking tour As a member of the Christian science Board of lectureship. Top toastmaster it. W. T. Amaker of High Point took the top spot saturday night in a speech contest sponsored by the area 5 toastmasters club. Second place was won by High Point City councilman Bob Wells while Greensboro businessman Norman Thompson placed third. Medical program the High Point chapter of the american Assn. Of medical assistant heard a program on coronary pulmonary resuscitation at Josepn a eve res Enid Quot they Call me Trinity Quot Ca a is still myth Sumer an Ako , in thunderbird the High Point Myca will open its Spring session with a number of new classes for persons of All Ages. Among the classes planned Are Stock investments Archery arts and crafts riflery modelling volleyball gymnastics and swimming. Registration for the Spring session will begin april 13. The session will Start april 22 Bike thefts on increase in Randolph Asheboro a those to Speed bikes which a re becoming so popular in the Randolph county area Are drawing the attention of Crooks who Are stealing them and Selling them in other cities Randolph county sheriff Lloyd Brown said today. So far Brown said the thefts of the bikes have been minor but with Good weather coming and More persons Riding bikes the Chance of having them stolen is increasing. A a Bike left out on the Lawn or in the driveway is a Likely target for the thieves who take them to another area and dispose of them a said Brown. He urged children and adults to put their bikes up at night and when Riding them to a Community building or other Public place to have a lock to secure them while there. I Piv it Ullin Cut luncheon Buffet Spaghetti pizza lasagne All you can eat with salad Tea or Coffee $1.50 Mon. Thru sat. March 18-23 Greensboro re. At 5 Points. 885-8719 a Fuqua company escape is everything c do to in thematic 113 Greensboro Road technicolor go c is73 Walt Disney production a a a 100p is h Ihm snubr"11 9 Allied artists greens Steve Dusti to Mcqueen Hon him to 3 Franklin j Schaffner Lull papillon pm 6 15 9 00 0> Towne theatre Luis a the barn dinner theatre with new York cast on the a magic stage Quot Stagecoach troll Neor Airport Rizir Volom dial 113-7914 open 7 nights each week sunday night special 4 800 per person dinner 7 00 . Show 8 30 . Now playing Quot last of the red hot lovers Quot a comedy uis save Gas Call us 885-2101 free delivery Sal tend. Cleaners launderers 1670 English Tel. 885-2101 several defendants were Given Active sentences last week by Superior court judge Sammie chess or. Of High Point. Receiving the longest Active prison term was Richard c. Robbins 23, of Taylor Street who got 15 years. He had been charged with the rape of a Taylor Street woman nov. 18, 1973. He pleaded guilty to assault with intent to commit rape and the plea was accepted. Fred Malik of High Point was Given six years on charges of breaking and entering and larceny. The original charge had been first degree burglary. He received another three years on a charge of forgery. The sentences Are to run consecutively. Geraldine Christine Miller 32, of Olga Street charged with murder in the sept. I 1973. Death of John Paul Miller pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter. She was Given 3 to 5 years Active. James Edwin Dula 21, of Brentwood Street charged with breaking and entering was Given the same 3 to 5 years Active. Nol crosses with leave were taken in the charges of larceny and receiving. Jerry Wayne Beasley of Thomasville charged with common Law robbery pleaded guilty to assault with a deadly weapon. He was Given an Active sentence of 18 months. John Phillip Young 21, of High Point Road in Greensboro and Gary Kulick 22, of it. 6, Greensboro both charged with escape got six More months added to the sentences they Are now serving Young was serving 7 to to years on a breaking and entering charge and Kulick was serving four years on a break in charge. Both were serving time at Sandy Ridge. Four Thomasville men charged with the armed robbery Jan. 27 of chair City taxi Driver Patrick Wayne of Neil after he had driven them to High Point pleaded guilty to common Law robbery. They were each Given suspended sentences and placed on probation. Stephen Hopkins 18, was Given 7 to to years suspended. The others were each Given 3 to 6 years suspended. They were Charlie Lee Cannon 16, Hubert Teal jr., 17, and Benjamin c. Hopkins 19. Donnie Smith 20. Of Carter Street and Edison Sturges 18, of Dartmouth Avenue each got 3 to 5 years suspended and were placed on probation. Smith was charged with breaking and entering. Nol crosses with leave were taken in charges of larceny and receiving. Sturges was charged with forgery and a nol pros with leave was taken in a charge of uttering a forged Check. Leroy Ray 20, of Blain Street got 4 to 7 years suspended and was placed on probation on a charge of breaking and entering. Nol crosses with leave were taken in charges of larceny and receiving. On a felonious forgery charge Ray pleaded guilty to a Misdemeanour and was Given another two years suspended. A charge of uttering a forged Check was nol pressed with leave. Michael Parrish of Farmer Road charged with first degree burglary pleaded guilty to aiding and abetting in the commission of felonious breaking and entering. He was give 2 to 4 years suspended and fined $100 and costs. Parrish was charged with entering the Home of Janice Stevens on Nathan Hunt drive sept. 3, 1973, with intent to commit rape James Anthony Dumbloskie 19, of Kivett drive was Given 2 to 3 years suspended on a charge of forgery. Nol crosses with leave were taken in another forgery charge and a charge of uttering a forged Check. Lewis Moody Barlow of Myrtle Beach. Sc., was Given two years suspended and placed on probation on a charge of forgery. A charge of uttering was nol pressed with leave. Robert William Grimes of it. I Kernersville charged with receiving stolen goods pleaded guilty to a Misdemeanour. He was Given i to 2 years suspended and placed on probation. Haywood Earl Sumrall 23, of High Point was Given i to 2 years suspended and placed on probation on a charge of uttering a forged Check. A nol pros with leave was taken in a forgery charge. Glenn Ervin Hill 21, of Asheboro charged with felonious larceny pleaded guilty to a Misdemeanour. He was Given 12 months suspended. A nol pros with leave was taken in a receiving charge. Hervon station 18, of Clara Cox apts also received 12 months suspended. He was charged with larceny after breaking and entering and pleading guilty to a Misdemeanour. John Daniel Marsden of Prestwick Lane charged with distributing a controlled substance pleaded guilty to Misdemeanour Possession of marijuana. He was placed on probation for a period of three years. Ernestine Goss of High Point charged with larceny of an Auto pleaded guilty to temporary taking of a motor vehicle. She was Given six months suspended and placed on probation. A nol pros with leave was taken in a charge of assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury against Bernice Stines of Grayson Street. She was accused of hitting Ray Bryant of Amos Street Jan. 19, 1973 in the head and ribs with a pipe. 2 men accused of raping girl a it a o la wait Dun a or a a we it a a. A double feature m gig starts at 7 00 ill show times j 70 amp 9 00 Martin twin us 1801 Westchester dr/88b 0097 j in 4 a ask the person who has eaten our pizza Quot three locations to serve you a Southgate shopping Center Tel. 885-2063 a 2000 n. Main Street Tai. 885-8197 Thomasville 518 National Highway Tel. 475-2164 3-Ive Call ahead for your take out orders i Awa Ullin Spaghetti or lasagne with salad �?~1.25 Good Sun. Thru thurs., March 17-21 Greensboro re. At 5 Points. 885-8719 two Young High Point men were arrested monday and charged with raping a 16-year-old route i resident. Being held without privilege of Bond today were John Wade Bridges 23, of Brentwood Street and Carl Edward Platt 17, of Daniel Brooks apts. A Winslow Street woman said the girl came to her House and told her that two Young men had picked her up at Northeast Junior High had taken her to a House and had raped her. Larry Elsie Crawford. 37, of Camden Avenue told police monday that he and his wife and gotten into an argument and that she stabbed him in the right shoulder. Owca Book club meets the Owca Book review will holds its regular monthly meeting on thursday morning in the lounge of the y on Gatewood Avenue. Time for the event is 10 30. Or. Neal Auston librarian at the High Point Public Library will give the review. Members of the a amp a club of the Owca will be the hostess group. Book review is a Public service program sponsored by the adult committee of the Owca and the Public is invited to attend a in my of to drive in theatre 2 new hits in color no i at 7 so. Be. women fight to Tho death in one of the Niosi popular pictures it our time Billy Jack so a.,., Tom Laughlin a Delores Taylor cur How now playing for one week Only Center theater Showtime 1 00 3 00 5 00 7 00 9 00 Lexington Lexington . 3-1bt-4 he was treated and released from High Point memorial. Police said they advised Crawford that he could sign a warrant. An $800 tractor belonging to King Hunter contractors of Greensboro was reported stolen from the construction site of the new stadium. A member of the company said he followed the tracks of the vehicle about a mile to just outside the City limits and found the vehicle. He said the Only damage was a broken Coil costing about $18. Thieves took four tires and wheels and the same number of Gas Caps off trucks parked at Crescent Ford on old Winston Road. Total loss was about $195. Thieves with a taste for the unusual took a $160 Tiki god from the ninth floor of the Sheraton hotel. The plastic replica belonged to american International display which rents the floor for office and display space. The idol was described As 69 inches High,15 inches wide and weighing about 42 pounds. It was taken from beside the elevator. Officials of Dee shoring co., working at the construction Side at Commerce Avenue and Wrenn Street reported a $150 Impact wrench stolen from the office. A Public address system with microphone and amplifier was reported stolen from Astor dowdy towers on e. Green drive. The equipment belonging to the City was valued at $150. Kuby Brevard of Henley Street said someone entered Ler unlocked Home and took an $80 clock radio. She said nothing else was missing. Richard Tate of Gatewood Avenue reported a $165 bicycle stolen from the rear of tis Home. Vandals reportedly broke windows valued at $150 in a truck belonging to plumb meets parked at the firm on e. Russell Avenue. Vandals also sprayed a fire extinguisher around Sunshine laundry on English Road and pulled the wires from a Money changer machine. Cecil Dean Flannery 32, of player drive was charged by police with Drunken driving. Other arrests included Phillip Guy Gibson 36, of Hill Street charged with embezzlement and falsifying a motor vehicle title and Mather Emerson Cox 62, of hoi Newtown Road and Larry t. Smoot 20, of Jackson Lake Hoad both charged with leaving the scene of an Accident and Hicky Wayne Taylor 20, of it. I Jamestown Misdemeanour Possession of marijuana

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