High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Sep 29 1972, Page 19

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 29, 1972, High Point, North Carolina 3 found guilty in Davidson Thomasville Davidson county District court prosecuted three a r u n k e n driving cases Here thursday and All three defendants were found guilty. Herman Surratt. 26. Of it. I. Denton was fined $200 for the Drunken driving offence and for driving while his License was revoked. Defendants in the other two Drunken driving cases were Joe Forrest Dallas. 59. Of Cul Breth Avenue and Carroll Martin. 53. Of High Point. Both were fined $100 and told to surrender their driving licenses. Martin filed notice o f Appeal. In other cases tried earlier this week in Lexington a Thomasville Man was bound Over to Superior court after probable cause had been found against him on a charge of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill resulting in serious bodily injury. The accused who pleaded not guilty is William Turner. 32. Of Xoa town Road. He will be tried during the next term of Superior court. Also two High Point men and a Thomasville Man were tried on charges of traffic violations. George Tucker Foster. 43, of Lake Crest drive High Point pleaded not guilty to a charge of Drunken driving and speeding but was convicted fined $25 plus costs and was allowed limited driving privileges. Marion Edward Patrick. 33. Of e. Commerce Street. High Point pled guilty to charges of Drunken driving was fined $100 plus costs Given a three month sentence suspended for one year and was ordered to surrender his License. Charges of Drunken driving and carrying a concealed weapon against Jack d. Hege. 36. Of old Lexington Road. Thomasville were no proved. A amp a dept. Schedules preschools two new preschools sponsored by the High Point Parks and recreation department Are being scheduled. One preschool will be held monday and wednesday mornings rom 9 30 to 11 30 in High Point City Lake g y in. Registration will be held monday of. 2, starting at 9 30 in the gym and class will begin on wednesday oct. 4. A Small fee will be charged to cover the Cost of refreshments. A preschool will be held at Washington Terrace i a r k tuesday through Friday. To a m. Until 12 noon. Registration is now being held each morning at to at the Park. Classes will begin oct. 3. Any child four or five years of age May Register or either preschools. Other preschools currently operating and sponsored by the Parks and recreation department Are held a t Goldston Park Daniel Brooks and Clara Cox. Four and five year Olds May still Register at these locations. Activities included in preschool programs Are storytelling creative dramatics arts and crafts music Garner and free play. Craven reunion the annual Craven reunion will be held sunday at Holly Springs meeting House near Ramseur starting with the la a m. Worship service. Dinner on the grounds at 12 30 ., with special singing to be presented in the afternoon. Fraternity High Point Enterprise Friday sept. 29, 1972 7b to sponsor trustees Okay funds for building on school property James >1. Green or. Legal firm adds Green to staff announcement was made today of the addition of James m. Green or. As an associate with the Law firm of Morgan. Beverly Post amp herring. Green a native of High Point will engage in the general practice of Law. He is the son of or. And mrs. Jack Green a local realtor and is a graduate of High Point Central High school. He graduated from Guilford College in 1968. The Cumberland school of Law of Sanford University in Alabama in 1972. And recently was admitted to the North Carolina bar Assn. He is a member of the North Carolina and High Point bar associations. The Law partnership was formed in 1957, and has As partners j. V. Morgan. W b. Byerly jr., Edward n. Post and w. Dan herring. A former member of the Guilford College Jaycees Green was awarded the spoke. A Rookie of the year a and the presidential award of Merit awards. He is now a member of the local Jaycee chapter. He is married to the former Diane Bvrd of Greensboro. They Are members of the main Street United methodist Church and reside at 210 Woodrow St Bloodmobile red Cross doctors and nurses from High Point will be on the High Point College Campus oct. 4 to conduct a blood drive. Sponsoring the Bloodmobile at pc is the my i chapter of Alpha Phi Omega National service fraternity. The blood drive begins at to a in. And concludes at 3 30 And will be conducted on the main floor of the Campus Center. The drive is part of the Piedmont Carolinas red Cross blood program. A we Are shooting for 150 pints in said Charles Huffman of High Point a member of Apo. A we will accept blood from anyone who can he said. A we need blood in every blood Type. A for sceptics and for those people who have never Given blood we have a brochure available for said Huffman. Its called. A the 20 most common excuses for not giving blood a and it was published by the american red Cross. A we have received Between 120 and 125 pints every time we have conducted a said Bob Phillips of Haver town. A he and Huffman Are handling Public relations for the drive including circulating posters which say a you be got a lot to give Quot and a it is when you give of yourself that you truly Apo sponsors two blood drives a year once in the fall and every Spring. The Spring drive is usually held in March or april. The Apos have conducted blood drives almost every Vear since 1958, the year the my i chapter was founded at pc. Asheboro a Randolph technical Institute trustees meeting in regular quarterly session thursday night approved $6,000 to be used to construct a building on school property to relieve crowded classes in the continuing education program. The building will be built by the school s bricklaying classes under supervision of the department instructors. In other action the trustees approved revisions of the schools bylaws and sections of the handbook. The bylaw revision for the most part entered on a change in the number of trustees who make up a quorum. Under the new Rule six members of the Board will constitute a quorum and if five of the six approve a motion it is Legal. The bylaws can not be changed under the revisions except by the vote of nine trustees. Any changes must be made at one meeting and then adopted at the next meeting of the Board. One change included in tile handbook was a plan for emergency evacuation of the students and others in the Case of need. Evacuation routes Mazel Williams decorator i Miff amm can How Al slip in Welcome new arrivals with Novelty arrangements Ano fresh Flowers from. Aoki main St of Lamoni 411 hoi i iu1 a Alt it. distinctive. But not expensive Harold c. 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School instructor Bonney Hampton reported to the trustees that the school was now ready to Welcome two teams of accreditation specialists. He said the school was seeking both state and Southern association and the visits were expected by the state on oct. 30. And the Southern association in the Spring. The trustees approved an Annu Tity program for the school for those interested in taking part in it. The trustees approved the hiring of two new faculty members including Phillip Forkner for the design course and mrs. Peggy Heath for he nursing department. Approval was Given for Rte president Mert Branson to attend a vocational technical conference in Europe nov. 16 30. Revival services sept. 25-Otf. I 7 30 Evangelist Iii. Robert will be the guest speaker h in our in i Iroff Allen Jay Baptist Church i too e. Fairfield or. High Point . Or Van mailable shop High Point office equipment co. 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