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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 31, 1976, High Point, North Carolina Energy crisis has led to technology crunch Raleigh the a Energy crisis a has developed into a a a technology crisis Quot state and Federal experts now feel. The question has become one of developing new and dependable sources of Energy quickly enough to handle the crunch. And a Host of experts seem agreed that electricity will play a key role in providing that Energy in the next two decades increasing its share of the Energy supplied for North Carolina Homes industries and businesses from around 18 per cent now to Over 30 per cent. While participants at a recent Energy research and development workshop in Raleigh generally conceded that potential shortages and increasing costs Are a fact of Energy life the mood among state and Federal officials University scientists and Industry experts was not one of desperation. Rather it was one of Challenge. The nation after All in its 200-year history has survived a shift from water and muscle Power to Wood to Coal to Petroleum products a bomb threat causes search nothing found Guilford county sheriff s deputies reported today that a bomb hoax was called to the Pilot life country club on Greensboro Road tuesday at 4 25 . Deputies said the caller was a woman. They said she told the woman who answered to get everybody out of the building because it was going to blow up. No bomb was found. By Bill Noblitt each changed accompanied by its own trauma. Now comes the shift to other sources More electricity produced by nuclear and solar Means direct solar use wind and geothermal inner Earth heat Etc. The task now is to get on with the necessary research and development Many feel state budget officer s. Kenneth Howard from among the Many technological experts at the conference put the various issues into Clear terms for the Layman As he discussed the role of state government in dealing with the Energy Pinch conceding that the state can do Little if anything about spurring or funding research and development about developing sources of Energy since North Carolina is a a Energy dependent a a or about prices. Howard established the responsibility of state government to be involved. Seeing to it that citizens have an adequate Supply of Energy for heat Light cooking and Industrial applications is a governmental responsibility falling under the constitutional requirement that government is established to look after the Public welfare of the people. Howard believes the catch comes he says when talking about adequate supplies and reasonable prices. A perhaps All government can do is to make the adjustment to higher Cost Energy As painless and As fair As possible. A there will be no Quick and easy Way to provide Low Cost Energy. It in t there. Perhaps All we can do is see to that the pain is distributed As fairly As one of the states major jobs is to fight a will advised Federal regulations a Howard said a i shudder at the thought of total Federal control he commented while recounting the manner in which Federal officials pushed for a High Federal tax on gasoline to curtail use. But without regard for the devastation that would wreak on state transportation plans and Road building programs. The Federal level did not Back off until state officials strongly pointed out the Impact. Other state responsibilities which can be met include Laws which encourage both development and use of technological advances in building design transportation. And alternative Power supplies while guarding citizens against charlatans and Quick Buck frauds attracted to the scene the major political decisions involved Are in allocation of supplies Howard said since we must be prepared for shortages and the question will be Quot who gets the Short end of the stick Quot referring to recent natural Gas shortages in which Homes schools and other users got first priority Over Industry Howard wondered if it might be better to have parents who Are working than kids who Are in school should it come to that property losses Light in reported break ins High Point Enterprise wednesday. March 31. La i 9c Denton woman is injured in Accident Paula Jordan Paula Jordan to coordinate rape Center Paula s. Jordan of High Point has been named Facilitator for Greensboro s Rapp rape action prevention education Center. Is. Jordan will coordinate the Public services which the rape Center performs As a Means of decreasing the occurrence and alleviating the effects of rape and sexual assault these services include a 24-hour rape crisis line for immediate assistance to victims and counsel by a trained companion a native of Shreveport la., is. Jordan is chairman of the High Point commission on the status of women and a writer and Media producer for radio television advertising and her own free Lance writing business. She is working on Quot women of a Bicentennial research project undertaken by Guilford citizens the rape Center maintains its office at the Owca on Davie Street in Greensboro. Several break ins were reported tuesday to High Point police but property losses were Light in All cases Clara Mae Autry of Vail Street said a $125 television set was stolen from her Home after burglars broke the Glass in a rear door burglars entered the Akron spool building on Progress Street through a window in a Bay door they then ransacked the office area and removed $40 in Cash from a Metal Box a rear window was broken to allow entry to american bakery on w Kivett drive the thieves then removed an unknown Quantity of tools from a Wall and broke into a truck parked inside the building Karlon furniture inc on w Green drive was entered by breaking a Side window the thieves then ransacked the office area and took a $10 pair of sunglasses and 60 cents Worth of chewing gum a spokesman for the Westminster co of Greensboro burglars take $1,800 in guns Asheboro Randolph deputies Are investigating two break ins tuesday on it i Trinity which netted thieves Over $2,200 including More than $1,800 in guns Phillip Edward said someone broke into his Home and stole guns valued at $1,840 he told deputies the thieves got away with three shotguns two rifles and pistol. Phillip Smith complained someone entered his Home tuesday afternoon and removed a radio record player and a digital clock valued at $379. A a a try a ttys open daily to to Sun 1-6 wed., thurs., fri., sat. Sale where the flu Inge Are a Staney m j wet Schano tools your Choice our Reg. 2.17-4.17 the Sale that handymen look Forward to hand tools galore from pocket knives to pocket sur forms coping saws to screwdriver sets Utility rules to Keyhole saws Stanley Levels to folding Wood rules hammers to ripping bars ready to finish furniture finish to suit yourself ?.�7.927.37 c88 2088 unfinished furniture pre grooved for easy Assembly. Case backs drawer Bottoms Are hardboard. With hardware. Our Reg. 7.97 a bar Stool. Our Reg. 10.67 _97 desk chair a our Reg. 27.37 of%88 4-drawer u our Reg. 68�?~ a 5-pack sandpaper.2 packs i Interior Latex paint our Reg. 8.88 our Reg. 9.88 �88 Gal 688c/. Low Lustre Flat Able i or kitchens Baths trim. White colors fast drying washable Latex for Walls ceilings or Low Lustre to Shower head our Reg. 19.87 Pulsar my Jet action 15 87 personal Shower our Reg. 31.87 stationary or removable. 25 87 of sub amp re mirrored Medicine Cabinet our Reg. 28.47 amp i t8471 20x31&Quot framed i Glass Mirror on 14 or f 16 plastic Cabinet. La Frame Ana if Vai j a mall. W 12x12�?� decor Mirror squares our Reg. 99 4 Days Only a o each new Beauty Lor Walls Choice of antique or Gold vein. Opy Roghi k 1976 by s s Kresge company reported that two houses near completion on Earnest Street had been entered by forcing open doors they said that the intruders Cut carpet padding in one of the houses the padding and doors had about $65 damage nothing was reported missing Charles Edward Snider of by i Julian reported a citizens band radio stolen from his car parked at the High Point College gymnasium and David Raymond Miller of Lambeth drive in Thomasville said that a cd was taken from his car parked in a lot at Alma desk James Harvey Oham of Greer Street said that someone entered his car parked in a lot at Mann s drug on s main Street and took a tape player speaker and Case of tapes a Jeff Carr of Johnson Street said that two bicycles and a Yard umbrella were taken from his Back Yard Remona Roseman of Wales drive said a bicycle was taken from the Carport of her Home and Maxine Sims of Park Street said that a bicycle was taken from near her Home both Emery Stephen Allen of Dunbar place and Nelson Sanford Warner of country club drive reported bicycles stolen arrests included William Elmer Young 63. Of Oxford place Drunken a driving Bertha Katzev Arrington. 38. Of Oakwood court Apt assault with a d e a d i y weapon Debra Rochelle Williams. 19. Of Suffolk drive two counts of forgery Thomas Hay Potts 43, of Westwood Avenue violation of probation and Millicent Stone 16. Of e Farriss Avenue shoplifting included among arrests monday was that of Ola Potter Chapel of Flint Street on a charge of felonious by receiving stolen property charges of drunk driving and no operator s License against Earl Keily Simmons. 45. Of Wall Street in Archdale. Robert Gamble Bernot 19. Of Westwood Avenue was charged with manufacturing a controlled substance and felonious Possession of marijuana and Richard Hutchens Owens 20. Of Sweetbriar court was charged with felonious Possession of Man Juaidi Elizabeth Franklin of by 2, Denton was treated and released from High Point memorial Hospital today after being injured in a smile car Accident on Trinity Avenue at Prospect Street High Point police said is Franklin told them she was driving out Trinity and turned on her Windshield wipers. That caused the Windshield to blur she said. Causing her to Cross Prospect and go into a ditch on the other Side the wreck occurred at 12 52 a in to eve Jean 1 Avlon of e Dayton Avenue also was treated and released from the Hospital she was injured tuesday at 4 48 when her ear and one driven by Charles Davidson Lucas or. 40. Of by 2. Pamplico s collided on is Green drive near 1-85 Lucas was charged with a Safe movement violation Raymond b Blackmon. 68. Of Leonard Avenue was slightly injured tuesday at 7 12 p in in an Accident on e. Green drive at Park Street police said Blackmon had stopped his bicycle with a motor Helper beside a ear driven by Lester Wade Tatum 43. Of Whiteoak Street open daily 10-10, sunday i wed., thurs., fri., sat. Or Raj Mhz Syf a of health aah beasts Aid amp Ciau �?�7-oz. Mac leans c toothpaste Tor whiter Teeth. A not i 66 Tyl Wella Balsam to 6t�nry shampoo Wing care8-0z.�?~ Welu a Earth born Balsam ip7 Nair color f22 4 Days Choice of shades shampoo c 4 Days shampoo save a to of too tylenol take instead of aspirin. 87 Cedric 13-02. Can Nair Spray a too excedrin v7 a White rain a Sott a Dri n0n-aer0s0l 8-oz. Spray my extra Strong pain reliever 100 tablets 68 7288 formula Choice to. 8-oz hair Spray antiperspirant Tel of my la a �?�100 Geluso 144 7r\ for heartburn. Acid indigestion t2-0unce skin lotion 78 intensive Core 408 a tips swabs 96 soft Cotton tip a too Bayer fast pain re Lief tablets by v save now up Witry Locc Cap Slot. 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