High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Sep 22 1976, Page 18

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 22, 1976, High Point, North Carolina 10b High Point Enterprise wednesday september 22, 1976 broadcasters hopeful for Accord on debate Raleigh a though there were some problems tuesday a spokesman for the North Carolina association of broadcasters said he was sure a debate Between gubernatorial candidates Jim Hunt and David Flaherty would be televised live oct. 5 As planned. The debate is to be broadcast from Pinehurst but Hunts schedule had a conflict and there was a problem with the Federal Law requiring equal a envision time for All candidates the debate is planned to take place during the last Day of the broadcasters convention and it tentatively scheduled for 11 30 a in Democrat Hunt is scheduled to attend a Council of state meeting in Raleigh at 9 30a in. That Day and a Hunt spokesman Gary Pearce said the lieutenant governor could not be in Pinehurst unless the debate time is Chang keeping Down the dust a wrecking company worker hoses Down debris at the old Rea building on Broad Street. In addition to keeping Down the dust workers Are careful in the demolition work not to let debris fall onto the nearby tracks of the Southern railway former owners of the property. Replacing the building will be a Transfer Point for City transit buses. Also the building project will include a mini mall and Park. Photo by Chi Petree Sweet Aci Ophilus new from the fresh milk people de or the meeting is postponed. Peter Powell associate counsel for the broadcasters said it would be difficult for them to change the time for the debate but gov. Jim Holshouser could change the Date for the Council of state meeting Holshouser a Republican was in Japan tuesday on a Trade Mission and could not be asked whether he would change the meeting to accommodate the candidates Coble 5 Viti Aci la of of us i of a he Welcome Man Hurt in two car mishap Robert Nelson Taylor or26, of it 5. Welcome was taken to High Point memorial Hospital tuesday after being injured in a two car wreck at 6 15 . On Westchester drive at Greenwood drive. Also injured was an unidentified passenger in the car driven by Guy Banks purr of Westchester key apts no charges were lodged. Danny Thomas Walton. 24. Was charged with drunk driving driving during revocation and speeding to elude arrest Early tuesday morning after his car was struck by a pursuing police Aaron Triangle Road at 12 30 am the police officer Johnny Ray Walton said his Pursuit of Walton began on Central Avenue and ended at the Hickory Chapel Triangle Lake roads when the pursued vehicle was unable to make a turn due to High Speed officer Walton applied his brakes in an attempt to avoid a collision but the tires Slid on the Loose gravel at the intersection a Juanita Street resident was treated and released from High Point memorial Hospital monday afternoon after she was struck by an automobile on Hobart place. Police said the car which bruised mrs. Nancy Bethea s right leg continued on and the Driver s identity was not known. Mrs Bethea of Juanita Street had gotten out of a car operated by her husband just before she was struck. Also treated and release from the local Hospital monday were Nancy Kaye Meyers of Nottingham drive and a passenger in the car Barbara Leigh Meyers 16. Police reported that Meyers car had turned from Westchester drive into the Zaire parking lot monday at 6 46 and the car s front suspension had collided with a manhole Structure. The top of the manhole Structure was some eight inches above the surface of the Street which is being paved there were no charges Archdale Jaycees to Salute services Archdale the Archdale Trinity Jaycees in conjunction with the Guil Rand fire Protection association inc., will hold an emergency service appreciation Day on saturday. Get 2. At to a m. At the lion s Den on main Street Jaycee de Blair says the purpose of this event is to allow the Public to View the men and equipment of the various emergency groups who serve the Archdale Community As Well As the surrounding area and to express appreciation for the Fine service these groups provide. On display will be units from the Guil Rand fire dept and Rescue squad the Highway patrol the state forestry service the Randolph sheriff s office and Ridge ambulance service old and new fire fighting equipment will be displayed from other fire departments in the area and demonstrations will be conducted throughout the Day refreshments will be available Quality work. Always you can rely on us to any dry cleaning Job to your liking. We use the very newest methods fast. Reasonable open . Shores cleaners Soi English road�886-4009 open daily 10-10 Sun. 1-6 wednesday thursday Friday saturday. A Tran toys wheelbarrow �98 our Reg 14.97 20�?� rotary Mower 88 our Reg $75 delicious aborted meats onions pickles cheese Tomato roast beef bread ?5x326v wheelbarrow 3cuft Briggs amp Stratton 3 h p recoil toes Gravy,. Butter. Many uses Start engine High Point i a i mtt5 i 2300 North main St. At Eastchester

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