High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 15 1972, Page 12

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 15, 1972, High Point, North Carolina 12a High Point Enterprise monday May 15, 1972 bus was in wrong Lane in crash that killed 14 Daley takes exercise seriously paper sees interchange As payoff bean station tenn., apr investigators say a greyhound bus that collided with a tractor trailer truck on u. S. He at bean station in upper East Tennessee killing 14 persons and injuring 15 More was on the wrong Side of the Road. Capt. Guy Nicholson of the Tennessee Highway patrol who spent Well Over 24 hours at the scene of the saturday Dawn Accident said no one yet knows Why the bus was where it was. A the bus was on the wrong Side of the Road at the time of the Accident a Nicholson said a it has t been determined a evidence at the scene indicates it was As much As six feet across the Center line a he added. Meanwhile a National transportation safety Board investigating team sent Down said they found the crying inborn Washington left the bean Fant Ivins in a ditch Between station area Early sunday.10 dead adults oth Quot bodies were scattered along the Road team members made no com Nunt. The Impact split the bus Nicholson indicated that the open. The truck owned by a investigation would continue. I Lone freight lines of birding the collision occurred at about Ham Ala., and loaded with Vin-5 50 a. In. Edt in the heart Al flooring and glue burst into of this Small Community that flames trapping and killing the was once a stage coach Stop Driver Bobby Garrison of Gad the bus was bound for Roan seen Ala. Oke a. A i remember going to sleep a it sounded like a Case of and the next thing i knew i was dynamite going off a said jes outside the bus and on the see Coffee 27, whose Home is gravel a said Evelyn Delaney about 40 Yards from the Colli one of the bus passengers. A i Sion Point. Coffee said he and just remember talking and his wife were just getting up. Touching but not a it jarred the whole House a miss Delaey 23, a nurse at he said a then everything was Holston Valley Hospital in quiet a All we heard was a Kingsport about 60 Miles baby Northeast of bean station suf Coffee said he and his wife feed a broken leg. She is now dashed out to the Road. Tiey a patient at Holston Valley. Chicago a Richard j. Daley celebrating his 70th birthday today begins the Day with a trip to the basement of his suburban Bridgeport Home to lift weights skip rope ride an exercise bicycle and work out with a punching bag Washington a a Washington newspaper charged sunday that rep. John Mcmillan d-s.c., was instrumental in having a special Highway interchange built near a tourist Complex to a a payoff a Mcmillan financial and political the Washington Star says Mcmillan convinced state officials to redesign an intersection ,. Of . 301 and 1-95 near Dillon anyone who do snit do this Soa Cost of $150, to the had better not get out of bed a s a c the Edera government he says. Refused to finance the change Hen he will go to the office saying it did t think it was the where he a worked since 1955, j Best plan As mayor of Chicago and Leader Many of the charges made by of the powerful democratic the Star were first levelled party organization. Against Mcmillan in 1970 by de Daley said that when he first Baskin a Republican candidate entered the mayors office 17 in the sixth congressional Dis years ago a physician told him strict at the time. A exercise is just the Star says Federal High a exercise you know is re Way officials approved a a Ydia and conducted numerous phone conservations with Federal officials regarding the revised design. The Star said a plan was drawn up after a study of the area was ordered and paid for by mrs. . Carmichael wife of Eugene Carmichael who was then a Highway commissioner representing a four county area in Mcmillan a District. State officials offered no explanation As to Why mrs. Carmichael paid for the study. The Star said the division Engineer for the Federal Highway administration . Dulin recommended the Diamond interchange after an extensive Federal study. After Dulin made his recommendation the Star said a then began the pressure to add a Loop for the southbound traffic. A you would have to be an idiot to not realize that there was political pressure in this thing a Dulin said. A the matter went All the Way to Washington where Dulins superiors backed his the Star Story said Frank c. Turner director of Public roads for the Cha finally wrote Mcmillan july la 1968 saying a your reanalysis indicates the originally approved design Diamond would adequately handle the estimated future volumes of traffic. Accordingly we Are advising the state that Federal Aid Highway funds a r e not available for participation in the additional Cost of constructing the revised design proposed by or. Hendrix state Highway Engineer . Hendrix. A according to Cha records the Diamond interchange already was under construction when South Carolina officials including Mcmillan a began pressure to add a Loop the Star said the Loop was eventually built and the state bore the entire Cost of the project. The paper also contended that Schafer was a heavy contributor to the state democratic party and Mcmillan. Spon sible for my Good health a he told reporters. A you should be in my basement jumping rope punching the bag lifting weights. Mond Exchange for the intersection but Alan Schafer owner of a South of the Borders tourist Complex and chairman of the Dillon county Democrat to watch profit margins few changes envisioned for controls machinery Washington a the pay Board and Price commission have survived a six month shaking out and Are facing the future with Little anticipation of major policy changes. Officials say they re still determined to work themselves out of their jobs and return to an Unco 4rolled Economy probably sometime next year. For now. The Price commis Aion intends to concentrate on strict enforcement of its limitation on profit margins and the pay Board minus four of its labor members and four of its business members has turned from making rules to whittling Down a Large backlog of pay cases. Today Marks exactly nine months since president Nixon froze wages and prices and roughly six months since that 96-Day freeze was replaced by a second phase of More flexible i controls. Administration spokesmen say there a no proof they can to get inflation Down to Nixon a goal of Between 2 and 3 per cent by december. But most private economists and even the Price commissions own forecasters predict the rate will be running at something a Little higher than 3 per cent by yearned. In any Case those economic returns wont be in until months after next november a a presidential election returns and for the time being the trend is in Nixon s direction. In general Price increases seem to be winding Down after jumping up when the freeze ended. But the freeze created grievances that led to problems later. Unions that once had called for Price controls were enraged when the administration denied them pay raises written into their labor contracts. Some businessmen cried that they faced bankruptcy because their prices go up. Congress began watering Down the almost unlimited Power it had Given Nixon earlier when democrats thought he use it. Some major problems remain. Nixon a Cost of living Council in effect admitting that the Small wage Price bureaucracy can to control everything lifted controls entirely from an estimated 5 million Small businesses with 60 or fewer employees. Saying he had boxing gloves in party objected too the mayor invited news according to the Star Scha men to come Over to his Home Fer said southbound traffic some morning. There were no would pass the Entrance to his take. S. Complex without seeing it. Daley said he also enjoys of safer urf5rf. playing baseball and football Way administration to with his four grandchildren. But old a Loop which would run the human body will Dis Al for parallel to South of the six j d0&Quot t a use the paper said Mcmillan Ayosa d. Wrote several letters to the Daley has been known to get out of his chauffeur driven Lim a mile or so from City Lousine Hall and walk the rest of the Way weather permitting. Saying he feels like 40. Daley commented a a in a thankful to the lord each and every Day i Wake up and find its S.C. a Nice Day. In a thankful to my parents and the Many persons who have helped a you always look ahead a the mayor said. A you know what Satchel Paige always said a never look around. The Devil is right behind you a commission on schafers behalf High Point s Only full service Cor Wash twin Oaks car Wash 2013 n. Main Street Gallons of Gas Given away free each week for 12 weeks at each participating american Oil service station go in and Register a a you expect More from american Ani Amoco j you fief your american Oil dealers Are proud of Tho Tine gasoline they sell. So they decided to do something special to get More folks to try them. You Don t Hove to buy anything to . But we Hope you in give us o try. Of you do we think you Moy become o regular customer. Ill Ilderton Oil co. Telephone 885-2714 Flowers for All occasions High paint s loading Ween Mace flown sep no Diw a a is. Win it you phone 888-4085 and 882.1617 4-1 Resolution adopting preliminary assessment Roll for local improvements whereas on the 3rd Day of september 1970, the City Council of the City of High Point adopted a final Resolution ordering the following improvements on rolling Road from South Ridge Road to Valley Rook drive water main improvements sanitary sewer improvements and where As the improvements have now been completed and the City Council has ascertained the total Cost thereof and the amount that should be assessed against each lot abutting on the improvements on account of the improvements and has caused to be prepared a general plan map of the improvements on which is shown the frontage and to caftan of each lot on the Street improved together with the owners thereof As far As the same can be ascertained the plan map being marked rolling Road now therefore be it resolved by the City Council of the City of High Point 1. That the total Cost of the improvements is hereby determined to be the amount shown therefor on said general plan map. 2. That pursuant to the provisions of Section 14, chapter 224. Private Laws 1927, As amended the City Council has caused a preliminary assessment for said improvements to be made against the lots or tracts of land shown on the general plan map 3 that said general plan map As described above be and the same is hereby adopted As the preliminary assessment Roll for the improvements. 4 that the preliminary assessment Roll be and the same is hereby ordered filed in the office of the City clerk for inspection by parties interested. 5. That the 29th Day of May 1972 at 8 30 a in. In the Council chamber in the City county building be and the same is hereby fixed As the time and place when and where the City Council will hear objections to the special assessments shown on the assessment Roll. 6. That this Resolution be published one time in a newspaper published in the City of High Point not later than May 18th. 1972 As notice of the matters herein set out. 7. That the assessments shown on said preliminary assessment Roll Are As follows Street rolling re. Jefe no is is. Cal Yeti Par front foot j 7 water total length of lint 1307 9 a family my Redrobe always at los Best afer sterner world name a owner lot no Abs sad i Tor Aoi aum i pm toot tout Tao pm total Impf tax of and a Ais t cot airs nit ass i against moot Arr Samuel h Strickland 7 149 47 2 00 298 94 298 94 298 94 Willard Moore 8 115 2 of 230 of 230.00 230 00 w. C. Campbell 9 115 2 00 230 of 230 00 230.00 Harold l. Weaver to 128.56 2.00 257.12 257.12 257.12 Herbert l. Crawford 5 138.56 2 00 277.12 277.12 277.12 Howard o. Wood 6 no 2.00 220 00 40 00 260 00 260.00 b. Graves Kerr 7 is 2 00 230 00 230.00 230.00 june w. Leonard 8 us.72 2 00 291 44 40 of 331.44 a 331.44 Eloise r. Davis 15 74 89 2.00 149.78 149.78 w 149.78 Eloise r. Davis 16 too 2.00 200 00 200.00 200 00 h. P. Memorial Hospital 17 too 2 00 200 of 200.00 200.00 Roger b. Chilton 18 too 2.00 200 00 200.00 200 00 Roger b Chilton 19 too 2.00 200 of 40 of 240.00 240.00 Robt. W. Jones 20 too 2.00 200 00 200.00 200.00 Robt. W. Jones 21 too 2.00 200 of 40 of 240.00 240 00 James f. Foster 22 too 2 00 200 of 40 00 240 00 240 00 James f. Foster a 23 so 2 00 too of too 00 too 00 John r. Doss i 23 so 2 00 100 00 too 00 too 00 John r. Doss i 81 79 200 163 58 40 00 203 58 203 58 Street roiling re Jato no ws-7i2s, Cole Cost for front foot a t sewer total length of Lino 1313.20 Samuel h. Strickland 7 149 47 i 50 224 21 224 21 224 21 Williard Moore 8 115 i so 172.50 172.50 172.50 w. C. Campbell 9 115 i 50 172 50 172.50 172.50 Harold l. Weaver to 128 56 i 50 192 84 192 84 192 84 Herbert l. Crawford 5 138 56 1.50 207.84 207.84 207 84 Howard d. Wood 6 no 1.50 165 00 so 00 245 of 245.00 b. Graves Kerr 7 us 1.50 172 50 172 50 172.50 june w. Leonard 8 145.72 i 50 218 58 80 00 298 58 298 58 Eloise r. Davis 15 74 89 1.50 112 34 112 34 112.34 Eloise r. Davis 16 too i 50 150 of 150 00 150.00 h. P. Memorial Hospital 17 too i 50 150 of 150 00 150 00 Roger b. Chilton 18 too i 50 150 of 150 of 150 of Roger b. Chilton 19 too i 50 150 of to of 230 00 230 of Robt. W. Jones 20 too 1.50 150 of 150 of 150 00 Robt w Jones 21 too i 50 150 of 80 of 230 00 230 00 James f. Foster 22 too i 50 150 of 80 00 230 00 230 of James f Foster pm 23 50 i 50 75 of 75 of 75 00 John r. Doss i 23 50 i 50 75.oc 75 00 75 00 John r. Doss i 81 79 i 50 122 69 so of 202 69 202 69 the professionals Etc a cleaner Wert Quot will take Cere it it gleaner world and for More happiness gleaner a world for Tach $3.00 Worth of dry cleaning brought to our Storos on tut., wad., and thur. 5 shirts for $1.25 tue. Thru sat. A will give you a free Eisenhower Dollar i for $3.00 Worth % for 16-29 Wor a 3 for $9.00 Worth no limit r hours 6 30 6 30 closed mondays 5 locations to serve you a 1530 North main St. A 1310 North Centennial a 906 North main St. A 247 South main St. A 2517 South main St. A y or Dor of City Council this Tho 70th Day of april l7, Catherine w Harrington City clerk

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