High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Oct 11 1976, Page 15

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 11, 1976, High Point, North Carolina Yogi Bear greets Parade watchers Asheboro celebrates Bicentennial by Don Wrenn Enterprise staff writer Asheboro a a a that a what its All about people that a what this Bicentennial is All about a said a Gleeful or. Joseph Suggs chairman of the Randolph Bicentennial committee As he watched thousands of people line Asheboro s downtown streets sunday awaiting the Start of the Days Parade and the opening of the dozens of Craft shows. Asheboro police chief j. D. Bulla said the saturday and sunday crowds were the largest he had Ever witnessed in Asheboro for any event. Official crowd estimates ranged from 15,000 to 25,000. Undaunted celebrants defied heavy Rains Friday night which toppled Trees in some areas of Asheboro and held a scheduled Street dance in the basement parking lot in Wachovia Bank. Portions of the City along with the Randolph county sheriffs office were without electricity for several hours Friday night and saturday morning. Parades on saturday and sunday found thousands lining downtown streets As the Sun broke out creating two delightful Days for watching parades eating Pinto Beans and looking at crafts of All descriptions. Randolph county democrats May have Felt for awhile that someone was working against them As their fires to Cook pounds of beef Barbecue were washed out by torrential Rains Friday night. Building May relieve schools space problems by Jim Hawkins Enterprise staff writer Greensboro Guilford county Board of education members agreed it May be necessary to do some building to relieve growing space problems after hearing a report on critical spots at their regular october meeting or Johnny Presson assistant superintendent said the report showed space problems exist at All four of the elementary schools serving the Jamestown District near High Point. He said that Quot these units Are just about at the saturation or Presson said the Guilford county system is unique. Enrolment in the county system is increasing while that in the majority of schools across the state and nation is declining he said he said the situation is due partly to the influx of kindergarten children As a result of implementation of the program a year ahead of schedule and partly due to the fact the county has 200 More first graders this year than it had last year the report Board members studied grew out of concern for arrangements at the pleasant Garden school near Greensboro. Presson said it showed the system May have to move the entire third Grade from Rena Bullock school to pleasant Garden school next year. He said the change can be handled with some modification to the existing Structure 6 Hurt in accidents six persons suffered minor injuries sunday in a one car Accident at i 54 am on Meredith drive at furlough Avenue. Injured were the Driver Emma Moore Gray of West Avenue and her passengers Annie Jackson 14, Rena Gray. 15. And Harry Gray jr., 13. All of West and Jerry Mccollough. 15 and John Mccollough. 14, both of Daniel Brooks apts High Point police said a tire on the Gray vehicle blew out causing the car to leave the Roadway and hit a Utility pole Jimmie Louis Byers 32, of Pendleton Street was slightly injured sunday at 1 30 p m. When his car and one driven by James Edward Allison. 48. Of furlough Street collided on the parking lot of the coca Vanda restaurant at Kivett drive and Brentwood Street Rachel Diann Sellers of Cassell Street was slightly injured sunday at 12 55 p m when her truck and a car driven by Randy Cleve Billings. 16, of peach tree drive collided on Cassell Street at s Elm Street Billings was charged with following too closely Denise Crumpler 13. Passenger in a car driven by Evelyn Shepard Crumpler of Archdale was slightly injured sunday at 2 07 p m in a two car wreck on Elm Street at English Road the other Driver Douglas h. Pittman 23. Of n. Hamilton Street was charged with a traffic Light violation Roma Barringer Mccall of Greer Street and Kenneth Gilbert key or19, of w. Lexington Avenue were injured saturday at 7 58 p m. When their vehicles collided on n. Main Street at Lexington Avenue is Mccall was charged with a traffic Light violation outlet to close on tuesday Archdale the Archdale food stamp outlet office will be closed on tuesday because of the use of the facility by the health department to administer the Swine flu vaccination food stamp chairman mrs Jean Johnson reported today but that the a future shows a need for construction a in the Jamestown District he said the kindergarten program forced movement of the third Grade from Millis Road school to Florence school and movement of the sixth grades from Union Hill school and from Sedgefield school to Millis Road school in order to House the kindergarten children he said the Jamestown elementary school is full. Also the study showed the Brown Summit primary school Northeast of Greensboro and the Guilford primary school West of Greensboro Are full. Or. Presson said the school Board ordered officials to continue to study the situation. In other activity Board members hired is. June Lowry As a Home school coordinator to work among the too children of Indian ancestry attending the county system through us of Federal funds from the Indian commission Board members approved a Resolution honouring school bus Driver Dennis Williams for his actions a protecting the lives a of children when a sniper fired on his bus sept 20 near Gibsonville Best steaks meeting Acme Lodge no. 2 will meet at 7 30 tonight in the Lodge Hall of e Washington drive John r Motley master reports the meeting will concern regular communication exam Chapel Hill examinations for third second and first class radio television licenses will be held by the Federal communication commission acc at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill on nov 2 the exam is open to the Public and is a service provided by the unc cd department of radio television and motion pictures for those unable to take exams at regularly scheduled acc examination Points. The exams will be administered from i to 4 30 p m in 410 alumni building an appointment slip from the acc is required to take the examination it can be obtained by sending an i application form to the acc 870 n. Military Highway. Norfolk a 23502 the deadline for applications is saturday. Put Lcy a gom Anway. Tuesday wednesday i tuesday Sci. La. La. I. 14 relieves tormenting rectal pain amp itch of Hemor Hoidal tissues helps shrink swelling of Hemor Hoidal tissues due to inflammation. In Many cases preparation h hives prompt temporary re Lief for hours from Suc h burning pain and itching and actually helps shrink swelling of Hemor Hoidal tissues duo to inflammation and infection tests by doctors on hundreds of patients showed this to be True in Many cases in ii also lubricates to protom t the inflamed surface area and it does no to sting or smart preparation la ointment or sup Misi tories read the Enterprise classified ads Coupon 2 for i special pizza buy one get 2nd one of equal value free bring this Couron offer Good Mon. Thru thur. Oct. La 12, 13, 14 804 n. Main High Point hut Tel. 882-4611 our people make it better today a tax deduction can be tomorrows retirement income. If you re self employed or if you re not already enrolled in a formal retirement plan perpetual has Good news for you. 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Main in Archdale q Westchester mall i i High Point Enterprise monday october la 1978 7b food prepared at Booths in downtown Asheboro during weekend festivities photo by Art Richardton

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