High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Oct 5 1976, Page 20

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 5, 1976, High Point, North Carolina 12b High Point Enterprise. Tuesday october 5, 1976man held on larceny breaking and entering police late monday night apprehended Leon Curtis Goins. 27. Of Gordon Street after he reportedly had been seen in the Willard Street grocery officers said tuesday that the police department had received a Call monday night that someone was in the store building. When they arrived one person was seen running from the Structure and after a Chase Goins was arrested he was charged with breaking and entering and larceny. It Jerry Rich said tuesday morning that some $53 92 Worth of stolen merchandise has been recovered and that investigation is continuing. Also charged with breaking and entering and larceny were Charles Glenn Parker 17. And Keith Cash 16, both of n. Centennial Street. The charges arose from the theft of a set of stereo equipment valued at $312.12 from the Richardson Avenue residence of Marty Middleton. Police reported that the pair had entered Middleton a Home while he was in class at High Point College. Also arrested monday was Eddie Dean Taylor 26, of n. Main Street on charges of Possession with intent to sell marijuana and Sale and delivery of marijuana police noted that the arrest was the result of recent undercover work in which several others have been arrested both Annie Mae Smith 23, of fourth Street and Mary Logan Studderton 25, of Asheboro Street were arrested monday night and accused of the theft of three cans of Oil. Valued at $3.10, from j. C. Welch motor co. On s. Hamilton Street police received numerous reports monday and Early tuesday from motorists whose cd radios had been removed from their vehicles these included along with the reported values of missing articles. Jerry i it Lambeth it. 2. High Point $186 Ned Henry Briley. It i High Point $251 John Monk Arlington Street $134 Alex Freeman. Greensboro $110 Dean Clifford Sechrest e. Moore Avenue $175 and Johnny h. Miller of w. Kaye Street Archdale $150. Scott Watkins of Dogwood drive told police that radio and tape equipment valued at $570 had been removed from his Home during a break in there. Earline Washington of Whitman place told officers that $150 had been removed Burwell Myers skirmish continues in City Council by Phil Speaks Enterprise staff writer Thomasville councilman Tom Burwell and mayor Dalton Myers monday engaged in what has become a regular feature of City Council meetings a verbal skirmishing. Burwell fired the opening Salvo by raising questions which he said were left unanswered at the sept. 22 meeting of Council. That meeting he said was called for the purpose of scolding the City manager for projects uncompleted Myers complained at the september meeting about Council members being asked to approve bids on the $35,000 project to build a Concession stand at Central recreation Center without first being provided a copy of the blueprints. A How Are Council members expected to determine whether they have acted wisely in accepting bids when they Don t know anything about what is being bid on a Myers asked. Burwell replied that copies of the blueprints were available to Council members in the Chambers of the City manager and Myers 2 rhinos added at zoo Asheboro two White rhinoceroses valued at More than $18,000. Have been donated to the no. Zoological Park by the american broadcasting company zoo officials have announced the rhinos which Are native to South Africa were placed in a wildlife Park in new Jersey by Abc which owned the facility the company decided to phase out live animals in the Park and decided to donate the rhinos to North Carolina zoo director William Hoff noted he was acquainted with the two animals since they were first at the St. Louis zoo which he left to come to Asheboro Abc purchased the animals from the St Louis zoo the two White rhinos will now join the two Black ones which have been on display at the state zoo for several months now Ftp Supi Wagonr never Dies the dragon explodes again a i Midway Imp Cwm mum or v t a lace la in a Mug Lee super Orason Quot plus at 9 to Bruce Lee in the Brabon Hes Harb Quot Towne Theaton by the Tine the world s greatest detectives figure oat whodunit you coaids die laughing murder by Deal la 7 159 00 in my i could have had a look at them if he had requested the privilege from Kyle Williams. Myers conceded that the blueprints May have been available in the City managers office but contended that each Council member should be provided with copies of blueprints for projects before being expected to act on bids at Council sessions Burwell agreed that it would be a Good idea for councilmen to have Access to the blueprints in the future. Myers also complained at the september meeting about the seeming inactivity of the youth Council. He asserted that an employee of the recreation dept was hired with the understanding his first responsibility would be to work with the youth Council to get the flagging organization Back on its feet. Burwell contended however that the employee Michael Stokes youth and athletic director a was hired under the auspices of the recreation dept and boy injured in collision a 14-year-old boy was treated and released from High Point memorial Hospital monday night after the car he was Riding in collided with a Utility pole on n Centennial Street near Sherwood. Police said Dale Robert Laws. 16. Of Ridgecrest drive the Driver said he momentarily took his eyes off the Road when he looked up the southbound vehicle was headed toward a Utility pole on the right Side of the Street the injured passenger was listed As Timothy c. Carter. 14, of Burton Street there were no charges was responsible to Clint Ingram. Recreation dept director. Myers said that he did not mean to imply that Stokes was remiss in his responsibilities As a recreation dept employee but that he wants to know Why the youth Council is not More Active Burwell and councilman Bill Poole responded that the organization was healthy and Active and that currently members of the youth Council met or had some activity going four nights out of the week the sept 22 session of Council which Burwell said was called to scold Williams was a grossly unfair to the City manager a Burwell said before another such meeting is called Burwell said the City manager should be informed for what purpose the meeting is being called and should be provided with topics to be discussed. That is the Only fair thing to do Burwell said to give the City manager time to answer questions raised at such sessions of Council. Downtown from Page in English Road signal lights Are being computerized from English to Russell streets present Street lighting along main Street is being replaced with a High level corrected arc lighting which will provide a softer less Stark lighting. A we Hope to give downtown a More warm Friendly and inviting atmosphere a Gruenberg said. Subsequent phases of revitalizing downtown extend into the mid-1980s. Movie ratings for parents and Young people Tho of 9rh9 of the stating it to inform Parent $ about the tunability of a a or Long inf for a Ltd Fry the children pm All Ages admitted general audient o All Ages admitted parental outdone Sag gaited some material May net be Luisame for pre teenager r restricted under i j require accompanying Parent or adult guardian to oni under 17 admitted a limit May vary in certain Oraa us a n. In a fus pc five Tik sul a of Fhi motion fic tool roof a suf Komi pm the above is published As a Public service by the High Point Enterprise a Best a steaks anywhere your hottest and Holt Linda and Wylie Moore 3j t peddle Iii Alt till hit Point All Abc t o 6 the chambermaid a hilarious hotel farce plus our second film should prove to be. A Good investment rated xxx Rowl inf ii i of it Anta it Ion 6bs 995 i from her pure. She said she had left the purse on the seat of her car for a Short time. Two persons reported bicycle thefts Donald p. Din smore of Boulevard said that a wheel valued at $67 had been removed from his Yard the bicycle was later found behind a neighbor s House dismantled. The other bicycle theft was reported by Betty j. Mashburn of Lowe Avenue who said that a $90 wheel had been stolen from her Home. Sheriffs deputies said tuesday that Charles Bailey Flynt of it i Colfax had reported the theft of some 60 Bales of Hay from his barn. Flint told the officers that similar thefts had occurred in the past. Roger Lofton Nickerson of Mebane reported monday to the sheriff s department that equipment valued at $160 had been removed from his car while it was parked in the Vicinity of the Albert pick Motel. Nickerson said the car had been disabled and he had had to leave it overnight on september 27 when he returned the next Day he found it had been broken into and tapes and a speaker had been removed. He said also that someone had rammed a bumper on the vehicle. Tar Heel shows 7 15 9 00 for some Guys the War is never Over \ Cliff Robertson Ernest Borgnine Martin twin 1801 Westchester or /885 0097 Martin twin 1801 Westchester or /885 0097 Martin twin 1801 Westchester or ass 0097 All seats i. Al Femali truckers give you the ride of your hee"11 every tuesday night is $ night. All seats Are s1 of at twin i amp 2 spend a week where summer went. Eastern airlines invites you to Fly right Back to summer. For 8 glorious Days of san Juan Sunshine Beac time tropical sights and 7 exciting nights of casinos nightspots and restaurants. Our summertime in the fall includes air conditioned accommodations at selected san Juan hotels. Round trip air transfers Good for a Day of duty free bargain shopping in St. Thomas. An incredible Light and sound spectacle at fort san Cristobal. Admission to Ocean life Park aquarium. A sightseeing cruise of san Juan Bay. Complimentary round of Golf at one of 6 championship courses. Plus All the excitement of puerto Rico s Lelo Lai festival with special shows and Street fairs plus discount Book for shops boutiques and attractions in old san Juan. $284-$410 round trip airfare included. So forget about fall. And Fly right Back to summer with us. Ask your travel agent to arrange it. Or Call Eastern at 299-3221 in Greensboro 885-5141 in High Point and 725-2344 in Winston Salem. We be got the right time and the right place for you. 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