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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - August 5, 1976, High Point, North Carolina 2i> High Point in Terri a thursday August 5, 1976 deaths amp funerals jobless rate drops sharply announcements i. Announcements Lacy Pierce of Thomasville Thomasville Lacy Pierce. 79, of route 4, Ball Road died wednesday at Community general Hospital where he had been a patient six Days. He was born in Davidson county to John and Charlotte Kudley Pierce he was a Wood Carver and of the Baptist Faith. In june of 1917 he married Dora Myers who survives of the Home also surviving Are daughters. Mrs. Charles j Allie new Smith of Thomasville and mrs. Jesse Pamalee Hilton of Salisbury sons Dolan Paul and Leon Pierce All of Thomasville and Alvernon Pierce of High Point to grandchildren to great grandchildren Sisters. Miss Effie Pierce and mrs. Howard Sullivan both of Thomasville. Funeral will be 2 p m. Friday at Siler funeral Home Chapel by the Rev Robert Mabe and the Rev. Bernard Phaup burial will be in Holly Hill cemetery the family will be at the funeral Home from 7 until 9 p m today and at the Home on Ball Road ii. C. Luck Asheboro a Hueston Curtis Luck 70, of it 5, Asheboro died wednesday night at his Home following a period of declining health. He was born in Moore county aug 2, 1906, to Causey and Minnie Britt Luck he was a member of Fayetteville Street Baptist was a retired with Klopman Church and supervisor Mills. Surviving mrs Tracy Are daughters. Maness mrs Joyce l Jessup mrs Bonnie Stone and mrs Robert Maness of Asheboro mrs John f. Mcbride of Star. Mrs William Cox of Ramseur and mrs. Garland King of Seagrove sons. Clifton Luck of Lexington and William a. And Robert e. Luck of Asheboro 35 grandchildren seven great grandchildren and Brothers. Paul and Alex Luck of Eagle Springs funeral will be 4 p m Friday in Fayetteville Street Baptist Church by the Rev Nat Thompson and the Rev. Kenneth Peters burial will be in Randolph memorial Park. The body will remain at Pugh funeral Home where the family will be 7-9 p in today. L. O. Everhart Lexington Lloyd Oscar Everhart. 61, of 908 Fairview dr., died at 4 35 p in tuesday in Lexington memorial Hospital after an illness of one week. He was born in Davidson county to m Oscar and Daisy Yarborough Everhart who survive of it. 9. Lexington he was a retired employee of Dixie furniture co and a member of Lebanon lutheran Church also surviving is his wife mrs Vera Walker Medlin Everhart of the Home daughter. Mrs Richard Topper of Gilroy. Calif. Stepsons. Charles Kenneth and Joel Medlin of it. I Lexington. Brothers Roy s. Everhart of Kansas City Kan Kelin Everhart of it. 9, Lexington sister mrs. Maurice Sexton of Lexington. The body is at Piedmont funeral Home pending completion of funeral arrangements. Mrs. Addie Hinshaw Greensboro mrs. Addie Jordan Hinshaw too. Died tuesday at the Home of her daughter at 1003 Cleburne St she was a native of Guilford county and celebrated her Looth birthday in november. She was a member of Shiloh United methodist Church surviving Are daughters mrs. Grace Glasgow of Randleman. Mrs Topsy Busby of Greensboro sons Carl and Jim Hinshaw of Liberty. Max Hinshaw of Greensboro to grandchildren funeral will be la a m Friday in Shiloh United methodist Church with the Rev. Lee strange officiating. Burial will be at the Church. The family will by at Loflin funeral Home 7-9 p m. Today mrs. Ruth Ashburn Martinsville. A a mrs Ruth Barber Ashburn 48. Of 728 com tas sle Trail died wednesday morning at Lier Home. The unemployment rate in the six county Standard metropolitan statistical area which includes High Point dropped sharply Over the year from june of 1975 to the same month this year according to an employment Security commission study the est report showed the unemployment rate for Davidson Forsyth Guilford Randolph Stokes and Yadkin counties fell from 9 2 per cent of the civilian labor Force last june to 6.1 per cent for june 1976 at the same time Overall employment throughout the six counties increased from 352,500 a year ago to the current level of 362.100 the period from May to june of this year saw an increase in employment and an increase in the unemployment rate. The report showed employment climbed from 359.100 in May to 362,100 in june while the unemployment rate Rose from 5.5 per cent in May to the 6 1 per cent level for june. The est noted the year brought Quot a notable gain of 9,600�?T in employment it said the increase from May to june was largely due to a seasonal increase in agricultural workers Over the past year manufacturing plants increased employment by 4,600 most of that increase took place in the nondurable goods segment which includes textiles and apparel. The month from May to june saw an increase of i too manufacturing workers. The Only Industry reflecting a decline in that period was furniture. Recent entrant and re entrants into the labor Market brought a gain of 2,600 in unemployment figures from May to june the est said. This left the current level of unemployment in the six counties at 23,400 on the other hand the number of unemployed persons dropped by 12,300 from the 35.700 level posted for june of 1975 to the current level of 23.400 the report showed furniture plants Are currently employing 22.100 persons in plants across six counties. This represents an increase of 200 from a year ago and a decline of 500 from the employment level for May. Textile plants were employing 38,500 persons at the end of june an increase of 1.400 from a year ago and an increase of 400 from May apparel plants were working 9,200 persons an increase of 1,000 from a year ago. The average production worker was earning $4.05 per hour in june. This represented an increase of .25 cents per hour from june of last year the average work week was 39.6 hours. An increase of 0.9 of an hour Over the past year. Employment in various industries was estimated As follows lumber and Woods 3,600 Stone 3.400 metals 5,600, machinery 6,200 foods 6,200 paper. 3,300 printing. 3,700 chemicals 2.900 construction 15,600 transportation 19,200 Trade 60,800 finance 15,200 services. 44,900 government. 42.500. All of these except finance and construction showed increases Over the year from june 1975 to june of this year construction held the same level for june As it did for a year ago while finance declined by 1.9 per cent. Furniture transportation service and government showed declines from May 1976 Levels. Lumber and Wood Stone paper printing and Trade held the same Levels in june As they did in May. Will take care of the elderly experienced will furnish references Call Mon Fri Between 6 pm a 8 pm 86-4401 3. Lost amp found i lost in Marlboro knt Rai. Al. Area yellow medium size male eat wearing White Flea Collar. Last seen jills 15. Of found Rall 88.-877l j ans time. Khim Jarl. Reward offered. Found stray Black cat found in the Englewood drive Section of Archdale re 431-9509 i lost Black Cocker Spaniel wearing Charlotte tags child s pet pm 454-4602 after 5 30 la ant to sell something i Small investment in n classified and will bring results. 4. Personals marriage arrangements Complete within 2 hrs8am to 2pm monday thru Friday Call Tor appointment 882 2654 c c Hughes Dallas furniture troubled7 lonely7 confused7 Call Contact 882 8121 someone really does care1 i will not be responsible for any debts other than my own signed Danny Guy Tollison Conrad receives More charges of prostitution i to your Good health win the party who removed the Motorola Micor controls from a Mercedes Beni on Green St on the night of july 27 please return same without recourse it is worthless to you Call Day 88? 2569 nights or weekends 887-2121 or 502 Lindsay St. High Point 5. Instructions pro i k i it or la sons 886 5393 after 4pm Lexington Dermont Conrad manager of the Shangrila Motel Southwest of Here and Motel employee Cynthia Louise Anderson were charged by sheriff s deputies with operating a Bawdy House and assignation respectively wednesday. Is Anderson is charged with prostitution and both were charged with kidnapping both were to have been tried monday on the kidnapping charges but judge Charles t. Kivett of Greensboro disqualified himself because he prosecuted Conrad several years ago on other charges Conrad remains free on his own recognizance under $50. Too Bond while is Anderson she was a member of Trinity friends meeting surviving Are daughter. Mrs. Gail Moore of Martinsville. Sons. Dennis and Gary Wayne Ashburn of Bassett Mother. Mrs Mary Nellie Randleman Barber of Thomasville. No. Sister. Mrs. George Bally of Thomasville n a Brothers. Elmo Barber of Winston Salem. N c., William Barber of Jacksonville. Nc., Brady Barber of Kernersville n Funeral was to be held at 2 p m today in Trinity friends Schute from Page to engineering firms of Billy Jelenski and Sutton Kennerly which had been associated with Schute in the project. Following the meeting a birthday cake was served in Honor of commissioner f. C. Morehead who celebrated his 80th birthday wednesday. Girls from Page id fundamental is still in jail after failing to Post $50,000 Bond. Both is. Anderson and Conrad Are alleged to have detained an out of state woman in route to Florida against her will for purposes of prostitution at the Motel. Is Anderson s Bond was revoked tuesday because of unwillingness to cooperate with the court in its appointment of her attorney. Chuck Wall originally had been serving As her attorney but because he is a member of he same Law firm As Conrad attorney Joe Beisecker. The court replaced Wall with Ted Roysten Beisecker has requested that the trial for Conrad be moved to another location because of prejudicial pretrial publicity. If that motion cannot be granted. Beisecker also has moved that a panel of jurors from some other county be brought in to try the Case. Is. Anderson and Conrad Are to be tried sept. I on the new charges Iredell men Are charged with robbery Hiddenite apr two men have been arrested and charged with wednesday s robbery of the Hiddenite Branch of the Northwestern Bank authorities report the Fri identified them As Wiley Wade Bare 40, and Harold Wyman Dobbins. 38 the Alexander county sheriff s department said both were were from it 8. Statesville. It was the 31 St Bank robbery of the year in North Carolina the Fri said Bare and Dobbins were arrested at a trailer Park to Miles from the Bank Tennis from Page id to North main at Farriss Avenue 885-5049 Harold Davis member preferred funeral director International amp luf to Chestnut or High Point �?��?�5-5045 206 Tringale re Archdale 431-9124 thursday Donald e Boidin. Or. 2pm Hopewell United of Bur Char. Isiah Vav Cook 4pm it freewill Church Friday or. Ririe Lee Wilton mortuary Tempe it the a it order Iden Rule since 189/ Sechrest service 1301 e Lexington ave 882-2555 885 2 45 Gtna Kona stiff a to 4 la Kanj funeral service with Metal casket starting at $885 of phone 431-11 19 Orr us funeral Home s meet my m. F. Meadows Oak Ridge major f Meadows. 64, of Oak Ridge died tuesday night in Robeson general Hospital. Lumberton he was born in Stokes county and was a tobacco warehouseman with planters and Mitchell Davis warehouses in Fairmont surviving is his wife mrs Ovelia Tucker Meadows daughters. Mrs Nancy Mooney of Oak Ridge mrs Linda Taylor of Kernersville mrs Vera Howerton of Oak Ridge mrs Lucille Stephens of Colfax mrs Annie sue Tillapaugh of mount Morris. Mich. Brother. Davis Meadows of Oak Ridge. Five grandchildren funeral will be 2 p m Friday at lain funeral Home in Kernersville with burial at i Nion Grove Baptist Church the family will be at the funeral Home 7-9 p in. Today. La w. Swicegood Haw River Robert Worth Bob Swicegood. 60, of route i died wednesday at his Home he was co owner of Billars jewelry co. In Burlington and was a member of j a Lowe memorial Church. Surviving is his wife. Mrs Dale Spivey Swicegood son. Thomas a Swicegood of Nashville Tenn Sisters. Mrs Thelma Parks. Mrs Arlene Reed and mrs Lucille Lanning of Lexington. Mrs Lois Goolsby of Winston Salem mrs Dorothy Mot Sager of Thomasville funeral will be 4 p m Fri a it it j a Lowe memorial Hutch with the Rev Frank Mcguire officiating burial will be at Alamance memorial Park the family will be at Lowe funeral Home 7-9 p m today films and Striction. A we re going to teach them How to fall he said Quot you can wind up with some snacked up Knees and broken Bones if you Don t do it and he said the chances of falling were Good in a fast game he also scoffed at the theory that anyone can play volleyball so Long As they can hit a Ball. Quot it takes coordination and a Good state of physical fitness he said Quot in a fast game you can really get drained a registration for the clinic will be conducted at the Myca Council from Page id people. The Council gave its approval leaving the working out of details including the rental fee to City manager by Brooks two injured in collision two persons were slightly injured in a two vehicle collision on s main Street at e. Grimes Avenue wednesday at 4 33 p m Annie Elizabeth Briggs was injured when the car in which she was Riding collided with a car driven by Rome Chester Gabriel 88, of Woodrow Avenue the Driver of is. Briggs vehicle was Timothy Eugene Briggs. 24, of n main Street Gabriel who was injured slightly was charged with a Safe movement violation up sirens sound saturday civil preparedness sirens throughout the High Point Community will be sounded at noon. Saturday according to mrs Anne Partin coordinator mrs Partin said the sirens will be sounded As a pert of a regular monthly testing program reservations Stokes said the regular season for the Thomasville Little league teams is Over. Stokes said. And an Allstar team of 19 players will be playing its first game in the Central division playoffs in Landis Friday evening the team seems to play As Well As last year s Little leagues. Stokes said last year the Thomasville team made it to the finals in the state tournament held in Landis they re looking Stokes said Quot i think they will play competitively with any team in the Competition Quot Homes robbed in Thomasville Thomasville the Homes of two Thomasville area residents were robbed of items Worth Over $500 within the last 48 hours sheriffs dept spokesmen said today. Jimmy Mcdowell of route 3 told sheriff s deputies wednesday that tuesday or wednesday someone entered his Home near Underwood drive and removed two push mowers a dirt Bike and an air compressor a total value $300 mrs Jerry Trotter of Everhart Road told deputies that Between la and 12 a in someone removed a 10-Speed bicycle and a fishing Rod and reel from her Carport total value of the items is $225 two Thomasville City residents reported bicycles stolen from their Homes Phillip Cody of 23 s a Nee Lane and Terry Henson of 200 Vav main St. Both reported their bicycles each valued at $50. Taken Cody s Bike was taken sometime wednesday while Henson s was removed after 9 p in on tuesday the owner of Tommy s self service on National Highway told Thomasville police that someone robbed six Bubble gum machines wednesday police said that the machines were damaged beyond repair and that an undetermined amount of Small change was taken the machines were not secured either to the building or the ground police said. And the stands also were taken or. J Boone peace of High Point reported that vandals threw a Brick through the Back door of the twin dime Launderette. 501 National Highway Early wednesday morning. Damage is is tuna Ted at $60 should doctors advertise by George Thosteson . Dear or Thosteson do you think doctors should be Able to advertise just As Many other professionals can i have Hoard there is a move to allow this can you comment0 a mrs. Vav j. There has been some discussion of this recently. The american medical association i Ama 1 draws a Fine line Between advertising and a a solicitation of patients. To quote from a recent release from the Ama on the subject a the Public is entitled to know the names of physicians the Type of their practice the location of offices. Their office hours and other useful information that will enable people to make a More informed Choice of physicians a according to the Ama. Physicians May furnish this information through accepted local advertising Media which it describes As Telephone a books and other reputable directories physicians Are barred legally from advertising and soliciting of patients in 34 states so it is not always a matter physicians May decide among themselves the Ama ethics Council specifically prohibits use of testimonials or statements that Are self laudatory the physician May provide biographical data training Etc. I along with his Range of services and fees personally. I have mixed feelings about changes in these general guidelines. Which Are not new at All on the one hand there is an obvious need for the Public to know what medical care is available to them in any Community my mail shows i this need clearly. Many readers write to ask whom they should see for this ailment or that appropriate advertising within the Ama guidelines might in Short be helpful in solving part of the age old problem of delivery of health care Quot a phrase we have heard often Over the years on the other hand unethical practitioners land they Are around in any profession might interpret relaxation of rules As an open sesame to Quot quackery a a suitable Compromise would be needed in my opinion. Dear or. Thosteson please Tell me if there is such a thing As Quot migraine in the Eye what could be causing it. And what Are the symptoms can anything be done to prevent an attack a w m varied a fatigue tension anxiety excitement Etc. Sometimes removing the sources of tension can be the answer. Dear or Thosteson i am 60 years old and have very wrinkled skin on my face i am seriously considering having a face lift. But Don t know where to Start my inquiries. Could you help what is your opinion of this surgery0 a Era. It s an effective procedure to improve appearance but Don t think you re going to be turning the clock Back what you re doing is improving the clock s face temporarily your personal physician or the local medical society can provide you with a list of qualified plastic surgeons who do this surgery in your area. Choose the very Best one you can find can t Tell from your letter whether you Are a Quot mrs Quot a or a but that is not important men As Well As women arc resorting to this method of regaining a Youthful appearance headaches you can beat them write to or. Thosteson. In care of this newspaper for a copy of his Booklet a How to tame enclose a Long self addressed stamped envelope and 25 cents or Thosteson welcomes Reader mail but regrets that due to the tremendous volume received daily he is unable to answer individual letters headers questions arc incorporated in his column whenever possible read the Enterprise classifieds Legal notices landscaping Yard work f h Goode tree ser a landscaping j removing Trees trimming pruning removing stumps Fol la insured 24 or ser 725 8439 collect Handyman amp Yard work Flower Beds a shrubbery trash haul repair work a painting Day or night 431 8667 All types of tractor work landscaping Ards seeded driveways scraped tots cleaned Oft trash hauled blowing amp Dis Cong reasonable prices v free is r Matt a. Call anytime 88 i 7281 Ali yes of tractor work gardens slowed Yards seeded mowing driveways built Sand Rock a Stone Hoff we i i landscaping 431 2019 Asp Hal t paving residential v Coni Mercial driveway sea coating freezes timotes Call 431 166? of 43 5474 Al tree service of vov4ls Topping landscaping stump r f to v Ai very very Low rates pm 475-0828 bored win ukr Kimm umm tin bed topsoil a shoe Wor Ravel a grading 454 1075 c amp b tree service Complete tree care shrubbery work Boxwood care lawns re seeded landscaping insured 431 6748 top soil Sand Rock fill dirt Pine bark mulch Complete landscaping ser vice Call 882 0702 or 883 6968 haul top soil fill dirt Sand Roc gravel Wilt spread amp seed also tree ser vice 885 9683 King s landscaping driveways a shoe top soil gravel Sandrock Railroad Cross ties a pm bark control Tor rates 88? 9418 883 769�?T a x if s Asphalt paving driveways a parking lots Seal Coa ing Tor driveways 431 5005 mowing All types Yard work raking leaves driveways 8. Sidewalks edged a rash hauled reasonable rates 431 5032 topsoil fill dirt Sand Rook gravel Cross ties Yard work trash hauled Roy s Sand s. Grave 431-5029 topsoil amp Pill dirt Complex landscaping grading k on Cavan my 869-4311 topsoil Sandrock Riverdale or wholesale a retail Call 434 2 329 or 441 5029 will do Yard work during the Day a any kind of Odd lobs in a outside clean out go ters. Own my own Mower available at All times pm 869 6357 14. Remodelling painting painting Interior v exterior free estimates James Mitchell it 5211 notice of summons by publication state of North Carolina county of Guilford in the general court of Justice District court division High porn Deborah Ruth Sheffield sports plaintiff is Don Ray sports defendant take notice that a pleading seek my Relief Ayan of you has been filed in the above entitled action the nature of the Relief being sought is As follows that tee plantiff has brought an action against you Tor an absolute divorce on thyroid Nils of one year s separation you Are required to make a defense to such pleading not later than september 14 1976 Anc upon your adore to do so the party seeking service against you will apply to the court for the Relief sought thus the 29th Day of july 176 Scott Hill and Ove Uman William v Over Ryan attorney Tor plaintiff j s684 suite 104 a the Legal Center los South Hamilton Street High Point North Carolina 27260 Telephone 919 885 9159 7 29 8 5 8 12 aaa carpentry room additions rooting guttering porn Repass decks window cleaning 883-6902 Glen Mabe about that remodelling or repair lob lust Call 431 9246 Tor tree estimates no Job too Snall All work guaranteed Brick n Block work additions Pam Ting Concrete work All work fully guaranteed can 476 4577 additions Sun de is $390 Budd or remodel fireplaces enclose carports a. Small repay wort Cai 475 9246 additions remodelling k Chens Baths cabinets Formica tops roofing painting All types construction j j White 869 4006 m be 89 65-ll additions of Model Repa is prompt reasonable free Esti phone 883 228c Neil aluminium experts eliminate painting a save on heating air fond Honing costs aluminium siding guttering carports awnings Marque custom built windows a doors pm 454 2045 Minniti l Mim m a uti. He member Bah m my kit i i ii Kim. Doors windows a Ammom siding Sto a awnings 883 0530 Aust in builder roofing sub Contra bidders 886 7710 inc remodelling tors a c Stom Home night 887 2003 886 better Home re Node my additions rooting porch a Sun deck work free est can h g a he Sii 0873 machine ignites in building High Point firemen were on hand wednesday when a fire broke out in a machine in Fli Back co. Inc on w. Green drive a spokesman for the fire dept said firemen were already at the building doing a Survey when the fire was discovered at 9 41 a m they immediately extinguished the flames. Other reports handled wednesday included a Box alarm at 1 21 p m from 1114 Sherman re a truck apparently broke the overhead alarm wire causing the alarm to sound. At 2 09 p m firemen extinguished a motorcycle fire at ui7 Sharon St the fire resulted when Gas Vapours from the motorcycle were ignited by a spark damage to the motorcycle was estimated at $500 firemen responded to a Call from u5i bin Wood Cir at 11 06 pm. A spokesman for the fire dept said a Drain valve at the residence had been hit by a wooden pallet being transported by a forklift the last Call firemen answered wednesday was a malicious false alarm called in from a Box at w. Ward Avenue and Lincoln drive at 1117 p m. It is called ophthalmic migraine Quot ophthalmic referring to the eyes i w hich can br1 a hellishly painful affair. The headaches can be accompanied by flashes in the Eye and transient i momentary blindness. Headaches do not always occur with an attack though the vision disturbances can be a forerunner of an attack of regular migraine. I Given this timely clue one of the ergot preparations can be used to ease an oncoming at j tack but sometimes the at tacks often occur quite suddenly so preventive measures May be in j possible the cause is spasm contraction of the arteries serving the eyes that is followed by a dilation expansion of the vessels it is about the same thing that occurs with regular migraine causes of spasm can be notice North cart Ina Guilford county the undersigned having qua tied As the e a ecu Tor of the estate of Bonnie j Schwa de eased late of Guilford county North Carolina this is to notify Al it persons firms and corporations having bairns against the said decedent to pre sent hem of the undersigned at 203 Brookdale or h go Poult n c 27263 on or before the ?9th Jim of Jan 1977 or this not be Wilt be pleaded in bar of their recovery ail persons firms and Cor por Atins indebted to said estate will please make immediate payment to the undersigned this tee 24th Day of july 1976 Joseph h Sehward executor of the estate of 1 Bonnie j Schwa i 7 a 8 5 i 12 i i blown insulation Sears electric 886 9280 Brick amp Block work build a repair chimneys underpinnings Steps pit in dram tiles a sagging floors free estimates 883 4568 of 434 1825 announcements i. Announcements super stuff sure nuts that s Blue Lustre for c leaning rugs and upholstery rent electric Shampooer Huffman Pant Mary Hobbs i doing Unm Lunt rent bridal gowns by demands a Mother s gown also directing a catering Call 869 5438 after 4pm going out of business Sale everything reduced Don s used furn. 2337 English re High Point Forest ave rest Home has a vacancy for a lady patient. Pm 882-8825. Re t ired pestered will do Small Patch lobs Call Cetores 8 30 or Atter san 882 1144 professional Painter wll Pam rooms for $25 each phone 88 ?_8533 carpentry work 20 years Al Perince doors windows room additions panelling Etc Larry Proctor 431 5722 carpentry masonry work room panelling patios walks any Type repair work Call 169 306? dont delay Call today i Concrete patios porches driveways Alum siding a Alum gutters 882 6331 Don Rickert paint contractor Interior exterior Horne. Commercial Industrial free estimates 182 3159 electrician licensed bonded insured residential commercial wiring and repair no lob too Small free estimates Dancy electric pm 883 0824 nights 769 9564 free estimates roofing carpentry 7392 Atter 4pm Foster a Foster storm windows a doors sales installation repair phone 431 1959 remodelling room add on roof Gnu a Small repair work can Bryant construction 475 8333 re moulding work text riled ceilings a designed ceilings Wall general repairs painting pm 8sj interested in joining forming c 172 flying club Call hang no a finishing s a s Well 19 431 3941 after 6 pm 475 7703 or 431 9083 after 5pm

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