High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Oct 14 1976, Page 21

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 14, 1976, High Point, North Carolina Y s programs Are explained High Point Enterprise thursday october 14, 1976 i in democrats to hold tuesday rally by John Lowe Enterprise staff writer Peter Larosa gets a Little ill when he hears someone refer to the Myca As merely a Center for basketball and swimming. A i Don t like it a he said. A ifs not Larosa is the Liaison representative of the Myca International division for latin America and the Carrilean. He was in High Point wednesday to visit the local Myca during lunch he addressed a group of Humanick students from High Point College. Larosa said there was nothing traditional about the Myca As a world unit. Citizen s band radios stolen from vehicles Thomasville police thursday were investigating several reported Larcenie and attempted Larcenie both Raymond i tee Byerly of Blair Street and Lloyd Smith also of Blair Street told officers that cd radios had been removed from vehicles parked at Home Byerly said the one removed from his car was valued at $159, and Smith said his was valued at $149 50 Jerry Freeman of Barnwell Street reported the loss of his bicycle valued at $70 and Ronald Allen Russell of Unity Street said $70 in damages had been done to his automobile when someone attempted unsuccessfully to break into the car. A number of Silver coins was reported missing from the Spruce Street residence of mrs Pauline Walker after entry was made through a set of French doors officers said the House was ransacked however the Only items listed As missing was the Money. A charge of shoplifting was entered against Nancy Veraldean Berrier of Hobbs Avenue the offence occurred at Gibson s discount Centi and is. Berner is accused of taking $37.35 in merchandise a what a traditional in High Point would not be traditional in India for example a he said two thirds of the worlds Young people live in poverty ignorance and despair he said and Yucas Over the world have to devote their attention to those matters he cited goals that various Yucas pursue including the growing of food better education better medical care and providing jobs he said Buenos Aires in Argentina had Many Job openings. However very few citizens were trained to handle them. He said the Myca in that area devoted its time to training these people and in Mexico about a million children were out of school because there Are not adequate facilities. The Myca is helping to alleviate that problem he said he said each Myca should determine where its Community needs lie and consequently devote its attention to those areas a their efforts can then be More meaningful a he said. Sixth congressional District democrats will hold a rally next tuesday at Western Alamance High school on Highway 87 near Elon College. Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jim Hunt will be the featured speaker and he will be joined by congressman Richardson Preyer lieutenant governor candidate Jimmy Green. Democratic Council of state candidates and local candidates As Well. High Point democrats Are inviting area voters interested in attending the rally to make reservations for a bus trip to Western Alamance the ride is offered free of charge and will leave the downtown High Point Hospital asks new Survey High Point memorial Hospital will be surveyed nov la and 12 in an attempt to regain accreditation lost earlier this year. The Hospital requested the resurvey from the joint commission on accreditation of hospitals which revoked accreditation in april. Hospital administrator David Lopp said he thinks the Hospital will regain accreditation preparations Tor the resurvey have been under Way since february when the last Survey was conducted the Icah cited failure to properly document procedures deficient medical staff review of certain procedures and deficiencies in maintenance electrical and fire safety measures in revoking accreditation Hospital chief of staff or John Bridgers said at the time that the loss did not reflect upon Quality of patient care a a it a not that we were doing any of the wrong things it s just that we can t prove we weren to doing any of them a Bridgers stated then october special Millier spinet piano with Bench save 300 ask about our 90-Day rent to buy plan Harris music co. A a riot and exception us Iupe since 1939�?o 2132 English i. 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Free hamburgers will be served at the rally beginning at 5 30 p m in Case of rain the rally will be held inside at the school gymnasium state sen Mcneill Smith a Democrat seeking reelection said in a speech at unc Greensboro this week that North Carolina is presently in a position to attract new Industry a a without sacrificing our people spoiling our air soil and water or making tax concessions a Smith called this state one of the key members of the a a Sunbelt which he says has been attracting Northern Industry at a steady rate Over the past few years. Smith said the state must be cautious not to spoil its natural resources in the Rush for Industrial development and outlined a seven Point guideline for legislative policy that included realizing there is a limit to the Earth s capacities creation of a checks and balances system for economic As Well As political Power More efficient use of resources development of new sources of Energy before old ones Are depleted and realization that a Rich Earth Green Trees fresh air and clean water Are our most precious possessions a Republican auditor candidate Michael Godfrey kicked his Campaign off wednesday in Chapel Hill saying a it is time for the department of state auditor to be directed by someone whose training and experience Are More relevant to the Godfrey who opposes longtime incumbent Henry Bridges said he will a redirect the financial audit focus of the department away from Pursuit of countless Small Dollar transactions and toward the More material expenditures of state 00 de Powell Republican candidate for attorney general wednesday attacked Jimmy Carters Campaign position on the Wilmington ten in Wayne county Powell quoted a Carter Aid As saying if the former Georgia governor is elected he a will give the Wilmington ten the attention it deserves a Powell said he was amazed Carter would become personally involved in state judicial proceedings regardless of the merits of any Case it is a state matter not a Federal one a a Powell said. A it is a dangerous precedent for a presidential candidate to try and Tell us How to enforce our state first shot civil War general Abner Doubleday who As a Captain fired the first gun for the Union Side at fort Sumter is credited with having in vented the game of baseball and teaching it to schoolboys in his native Cooperstown. N y the baseball Hall of Fame is located at Cooperstown to regular price41195.00 u Hile present Stock lasts 893 Wirt la move Start and Quality service a the do tier tote Eio 10 6 . 9 am 9 pm sat. 9 am 6 pm factory outlet our factories our \ men s Blazer spor Coats $5495 $80 value special group Leisure suits now 50% off our Low factory prices As ticketed dress Slacks famous maker solids amp fancies values to $30 $ 795 $ 995 printed shirts 1st Quality amp irregular values to $18 athletic tube socks sizes 9-15 $10.50 value Nylon dress socks slightly Irreg. $1.25 value famous Brand men s shoe dept. ,. 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