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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - August 21, 1976, High Point, North Carolina Pedestrian Hurt on Kivett drive Daisy Meddy Kearns of Vail Street was treated and released from High Point memorial Friday after being hit by a car at 7 16 p m. On e. Kivett drive at n. Centennial Street. The Driver of the car was Perry Dean Smith 17, of Nathan Hunt drive no charges were lodged Henry Ivan Alsbrook 19, of e. Commerce Avenue also was treated and released following an Accident. Alsbrooks car and one driven by Bessie Perry Spencer of furlough Street collided on Leonard Avenue at Meredith Street at 2 39 pm. Friday. Is. Spencer was charged with failing yield the right of Way at a Stop sign Frank Ernest Pires 25, of College drive in Thomasville was injured Friday at 12 45 . When his car went out of control during a turn from Granville Street onto Springfield Road. The car ran off the left Side of Springfield and hit an embankment. Police charged Pires with exceeding a Safe Speed Conrad released on property Bond three Hurt in wreck three persons injured in a car truck collision on Highway 62 at Groomtown Road wednesday were still listed As patients today at High Point memorial Hospital. Martie Amick 15, of Briggs place and Andy Phillips 15, of lieu Avenue were both listed in satisfactory condition in the intensive care unit. Cathy Vidler of lieu also was listed in satisfactory condition but she was not in intensive care. All three were passengers in a car driven by Thomas Welborn Trepiccione 16, of Denny Street who was treated at the Hospital and later released. High Point Enterprise. Saturday August 21, 1976 3a politicians May change primary Date seen too late by Bill Noblitt Raleigh you can add North Carolina politicians that list compiled by Kipling mad dogs and englishmen. But North Carolina voters largely practice that time honoured dog Day s tradition keep Cool. For that if no other reason the 1977 general Assembly is All but certain change the Date of the party primaries Back an earlier time when Farmers Are less Busy vacationers Are still thinking about that summer trip and students Are on Campus where they ought be if a candidate is going meet with them truth is say Many a candidate in this experimental late summer election they be spent a lot of time and Money and stood Many an hour in the hot Sun trying capture votes which a either physically or mentally a were somewhere else. The psychological Factor is not the Only consideration. State elections chief Alex k. Brock sees real physical problems also. Holding the primary on aug. 17, having a Runoff 30 Days later then getting ready for the november election is really pushing things there is Brock said no margin for error in that timetable any appeals and recounts a normally carried out by elections boards a will have go straight Superior court ballots in North Carolina Are prepared centrally for statewide distribution the printing will be rushed. And Lexington Gerald Dermont Conrad convicted of kidnapping and sentenced 25 years imprisonment is out of jail after a surety appearance Bond of $100,000 was posted. The Bond was posted by his parents or. And mrs Lacy Conrad and Charles Simmons. The Bond is guaranteed by a Lien on property appraised at a minimum of $100,000 judge Forrest Ferrell of Winston Salem set the Bond after Joe Biesecker. Conradus attorney filed notice of Appeal the . Court of appeals. Conrad 47 and a resident of Thomasville has been in jail since his conviction on Friday a week ago on charges of kidnapping a St. Louis mo., girl and forcing her work As a prostitute at the Shangrila Motel near Here Conrad could remain free for As Long As a year or More before the Case makes its Way through the appeals courts. Teen Ager gets time on break in charge Alvin d. Lovette 16, of Dartmouth Avenue was Given a two year Active sentence thursday by District court judge Walter Clark after he found him guilty of breaking and entering and larceny. Clark gave Lovette a two year suspended sentence and ordered him placed on probation on a second break in in deaths and funerals n. H. Silver Dies at 52 n h Silver 52, of Vineland n j., died in Vineland Friday morning he had been a resident of Vineland for Many years or Silver was born March 23, 1924, in High Point a son of or and mrs Milton Silver surviving Are his Mother. Mrs Dilia Silver of High Point and two Brothers Edward and Donald Silver both of High Point. Graveside rites will be held at 2 p m sunday in the hebrew cemetery by rabbi Robert Sandman. Burial will be in the cemetery. Earley Smith Lexington Earley a a Bucko Smith 56, of Glena Park Texas died sunday night. He was born Andrew and Martha easter Smith and was an army Veteran of world War ii his wife the former Maggie Foust died in 1962 survivors include a daughter. Mrs Guy Rita Methvin of it 9. Winston Salem a brother James Smith of Lexington and a sister mrs Josey Moody of Lexington the body is be brought Davidson funeral Home. North main at Farriss Avenue 885-5049 Harold Davis member preferred funeral directors International since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 e Lexington ave 882-2555 885-2145 my a do re of it a a top Onsum soc Rte min or or a death claims mrs. Shuler Thomasville mrs Anice Myers Shuler. 85. Of route 5. Emanuel Church Road died saturday morning in Community general Hospital following a period of declining health. Mrs Shuler was born in Davidson county oct. 4, 1890. A daughter of Franklin and Laura Byerly Myers she had lived in the Thomasville area All of her life and was a former sunday school teacher at Emanuel United Church of Christ she was married Charles h. Shuler who died nov. 27. 1958 surviving Are two Sisters mrs Willie Margie Bowers of 1033 Johnson town re and mrs Luther Pearl Black of it. Iol it Lexington funeral will be monday at la a in in Emanuel United Church of Christ by the Rev. Aubrey w Hedrick burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body will remain at Siler funeral Home until placed in the Church. The family will be at the funeral Home sunday from 7 until 9 p m and at the Home of mrs Willie Bowers mrs. Minnie Fitzgerald Lexington mrs. Minnie Young Fitzgerald 98, of lit. I Linwood died at la 55 p m thursday in Lexington memorial Hospital. She had been seriously ill two weeks she was born in Davidson county or. And mrs Wesley Young and was the oldest member of Linwood United methodist Church her husband Charles Clyde f Itzgerald died in 1961. Surviving Are daughter mrs Bright sink of it i Linwood three grandchildren one great grandchild Sisters mrs. Belle Young of Lexington and mrs May Berrier of Salisbury f funeral will be 4 p m sunday in Linwood United methodist Church by the Rev Benjamin Clodfelter and the Rev Harold Varner the family will be at Piedmont funeral Home 7-9 p in today. D. M. Mcaulay Hickory David m Mcaulay 73, of route 2 died thursday in a Hickory Hospital. He was a member of Highland Baptist Church and a retired employee of Thomas and Howard wholesale co. Surviving Are his wife mrs Jessie Green Mcaulay daughter. Mrs Barbara Ann Renfro of Hickory Sisters. Mrs. K m. Green of mount Gilead. Mrs. W. Dock Kivett. Mrs Carl Maynor and mrs Ruth e Strohmeyer of Asheboro brother. Page Mcaulay of Candor funeral was be held a la today in Highland Baptist Church. Mrs. Josie Wicker Sanford mrs Josie Wicker Wicker 87. Of route 5 died thursday night at convalescent care of Lee county she was born aug 15, 1889, a daughter of James p. And Lucy Covert Wicker. Surviving Are sons M Wicker of route 5 and Samuel j Wicker of Maryville Tenn. Daughters mrs. Elizabeth Roache of Sanford. Mrs Pauline Cooper of High Point and mrs Clara Farrell of Pittsboro Brothers Alton j and Virgil Wicker of route 5 13 grandchildren. 19 great grandchildren funeral was be held at 2 p m today at Zion Christian Church with burial in the Church cemetery mrs. Macie Craven Ramseur a mrs Macle Cox Craven 86, of Church Street died f riday in Randolph Hospital in Asheboro she was a member of Ramseur Christian Church surviving Are daughters. Mrs Sherman Maness. Mrs Shirley Trogdon mrs Jack White and mrs. Ruth Mcallister of Ramseur mrs Mary Lee Brooks of the Home son Robert b Craven of Denton. 12 grandchildren funeral will be 2 30 p in in Ramseur Christian Church. With the Rev Carroll Bibb and the Rev Justice Mckeel officiating burial will be at Sunset Knoll cemetery the family will be at Loflin funeral Home 7-9 p in today charge. Joseph l. Craig 33, of Greensboro got four month Active sentences on two counts of Drunken driving Keith even Martin 19, of Oakwood Street was bound Over Superior court on charges of breaking and entering and larceny and Gushin Small 26, of Greensboro was bound Over on a charge of larceny Jerry Patton of Oakdale Road in Jamestown was Given a four month suspended sentence and was taxed costs and ordered make restitution on a charge of malicious damage James Willie Bostick of Tate Street was Given a six month suspended sentence and was fined $200 and costs on a charge of Possession of liquor for the purpose of Sale he gave notice of Appeal the state took voluntary dismissals in the cases of Henry Allen 30, of Vail Street larceny Clarence Edward Butler 52, and Hazel Butler both of Welborn Street both charged with child abuse and Theodore of Mcdowell 45, of Portsmouth va., contributing the delinquency of a minor. Six of seven persons arrested May 18 after they were caught during a poker game at Claude Gable sales on Logan Street were found guilty wednesday by Clark. Acquitted of the gambling charge against him was Mickey l. Inwards 22. Of Hendrix Street found guilty and taxed costs were Albert r Rice. 37. Of it 2, Trinity Billy Warren 39. Of Village Square Apt Claude Gable 35, of it 6, Thomasville Robert Cecil 51, of Pershing Street Larry Cecil. 39, of Frontier Street and Harold d. Cecil 41, of w Lexington Avenue. Rufus a Maness. 46. Of Burlington was Given a four month suspended sentence and was taxed costs on a change of driving under the influence of drugs Boyce Horne 35. Of Hedgecock Road was Given a four month suspended sentence and was fined $100 and costs on the combined charges of Drunken driving and violating prohibition Laws. Joey of Needham 16. Of Phillips Street was Given a 30-Day suspended sentence and was fined $25 and costs on a charge of speeding a motion for Nonsuit was allowed on a charge of hit and run against Needham Donald r Thompson 37. Of Dane Street was Given a four month suspended sentence and was fined $100 and costs on a charge of Drunken driving Hicky Ball. 19. Of Kearns Avenue was Given a 90-Day suspended sentence and was fined Hoo and costs on a charge of Drunken driving he gave notice of Appeal voluntary dismissals were taken by the state in the cases of Sonja Cecil 21. Of w Green drive Possession of marijuana Robert e. Carlton. 20, of s main Street and Charles a Jarrett. 17 of Welch drive both charged with Speed Competition and Kaye i. East 29. Of Dogwood Circle carrying a concealed weapon Lowe a food town merger is dropped c 107 Chestnut or High Point �?�83-5049 204 Erindale re Archdale 431-9134 saturday or. Walter Lee Mcmahan la a Iti Cumby a Chestnut drive cup or. Leo Frank by on j 30p in Clove Date Church olt the living god Vernon be o a of me Gold Quot rut miss Joanna Vanwerry Randleman miss Joanna Kathryn Vanwerry of 115 Naomi St., died Friday at her Home she was a native of Randolph county and operated Joanne s dress shop in Randleman 30 years she was a member of mount Lebanon United methodist Church surviving Are Sisters mrs. R s Bradley of Greenville s c., mrs Carmen Trogdon of Greensboro mrs c d Kistler of Randleman mrs Lester Rich of Asheboro Brothers Glenn Vanwerry of Arlington Claude f. Vanwerry of Holden Beach funeral will be 3 p m sunday in mount Lebanon United methodist Church with the Rev Michael Brown officiating burial will be in Randolph memorial Park the family will be at Pugh f funeral Home 7-9 p m. Today mrs. Grace Robinson Lexington mrs Grace f Loyd bean Robinson 80, of the Center Clair rest Home died thursday night in Lexington memorial Hospital she was born in Davidson county w b and Nealtje Cross Floyd she was first married Mose bean and later Edgar Robinson both of whom preceded her in death. She is survived by sons Lester bean and Roy Robinson of route 7. And Don Robinson of Orlando Fla a daughter mrs o m it Sadie i Carrick of route 7 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. The body is at Davidson funeral Home pending funeral arrangements Salisbury . A a plan merge Lowers food stores into food town stores has been reluctantly dropped in the face of opposition from the Federal Trade commission. The Etc said merger would have curtailed grocery Competition in North Central North Carolina the commission had gone court seek my restrain it the Etc had argued in court that the proposal threatened create a near monopoly since the firms compete in such cities As Winston Salem mount airy Jonesville Kannapolis Lexington and Statesville. Food town based in Salisbury has 30 stores in Piedmont North Carolina Lowe a of Wilkesboro has 35 markets in Western and Northwestern North Carolina. South Carolina and Virginia plans for the merger had been announced in january county from Page 2a hot water Heaters a cooking Range refer gators furnaces electric baseboard Heaters Coffee makers and a toaster other things from the list made up of 130 different lots include storm doors an electric Jig saw decorative windows clinical Scales a Wood lathe 13 Lawn mowers air conditioning units ladders copiers Telephone equipment a filing system with electric motors a photocopier piping chairs and desk chairs this is the first general auction Guilford county has conducted in about three years. Jones said general fund collections Raleigh a sales tax receipts led the Way As North Carolina s general fund Revenue collections in july showed an increase of about 5 per cent Over the same month last year however the collections were below estimates made by the general Assembly when the state budget was prepared for this fiscal year we can become panic struck by one month s report a said Revenue Secretary j Howard Coble a a in a not displeased at All Quot and had been approved by shareholders of both com panics last week. But directors of both announced Friday they had agreed withdraw the proposal. Presidents Ralph Ketner of food town and j c Kaw of Lowe s expressed regret citing a uncertainty caused by attempts of the Etc enjoin the merger. A Lowe s stockholders would have received food town common Stock Worth about $8 million even though vacationers May be away College students gone and Lack of interest May keep thousands away every one of the potential voters must have a ballot ready for use Brock thinks the August primary will prove be a one time Experiment and is confident a Bill will be enacted next year go Back some earlier time in August at one mgt int the general Assembly making the change almost put the primary even later a on aug 24 rather than the 17th even so the state elections office will be pushed get Runoff ballots printed for certified candidates and into local election offices 30 Days before the Runoff sept. 14 an impossible condition which the Law requires but in reality there Are Only 28 Days then the Law requires Absentee ballots be in the counties by Oft 3 for the november general election a leaving very Little time for certification and argument if any Why did the legislature set up such a schedule0 several considerations were at work As the change was made despite Brock s misgivings and the objections of others both in and out employee files suit against store Greensboro a Winston Salem resident f riday filed suit in u s District court Here claiming she was fired by a Kmart store located in High Point in violation of her religious Freedom Carolyn Dalrymple is seeking damages totalling $35,250 in the suit against the s s Kresege co. Operator of the store she said her employment ended March 17, 1975 the suit said the City of High Point in March 1975, amended its code permit retail establishments operate on sunday afternoons and that she and other employees were told they a min have work from i p m 6 p m on sundays Flowers for All occasions High Point leading Florin Grace Flower shop North Milf Lii St West Rood phone sir 40�i on j 161? of the Assembly. First legislators moved the presidential primary Back March separating it from the traditional May primary that was get More interest and participation in the presidential primary. Having done that some believed even further separation would be desirable then it occurred some that Money and Energy could he conserved if the time Between the primary and the general election were shortened considerably. But instead of just the actual nominees working hard for several months the situation produced a Host of party candidates spending even More Effort and Money just get the nomination then plunging into an intense Campaign of Short duration a depending popular demand this Wiik i color picture package one Scio two 5x7 a ten wallets or 95 omit j a compute $2.00 Deposit s3.95 balance la am til 7 pm. Only 2-6 sundays no age ugh ext4a charge Tor groups All Wilcome Edmonds drug stores Jamestown no. Sund monday tuesday August 22, 23, 24 Quaker Vulaj Center Guilford College Tmur slav Friday saturday sunday August 26,27.28,29 stolen from Page 2a weapon and Misdemeanour Possession of marijuana David Stone Morgan 19. Of Reidsville Possession of marijuana. Earl Leon Williams 29, of Wise Avenue dealing in baseball lottery tickets. Billy Elliott. 20, of e Commerce Avenue larceny and Britton Leigh Gibson 21. Of it. 5, Reidsville. Drunken driving free estimates phone 882-0722 Marsh kitchens. Inc a hair Den Beauty Salon 2906 n. Main Debbie Cranford wants Welcome her new employee Doug Lambeth. Special get Aqua infer offer Call today 869-6818 in Coupon �?T1.00 off shampoo a amp set �?T5.00 off any Perm Good thru sept. 3 in Jim ,12r.m ave Luis Charing Gem Rai he veg1 it sharing prov Des Ted Hai i Ungs y local and s a a the governments your government must Rubush la s fir port advising you tin of Funt. Have i i n Usi o of obligated during Thi year f Hom jul y i in thru Juni so 19/6 tvs is int grm j of i her gov Rimi it $ Priori of s and encourage your car i in Iha non in decisions on How u ure funds of d be St r it note at y complaints of discrimination in the use of these funds Mav be sent the office of Revenue sharing. Washington o i 20226 actual eap Noi urls include obligations i of Ca f pc Gontis Fri capital in opt hating / maintenance i Public Saf f y 3 $ ? ?at pm of Yolk $ $ 3 up Iii Jim rapport a v 0 $ 4 Hiat the $ $ 5 pm com us s s id a mus s s i so Tai St. F is f of act act of Poon $ 3 a a Jai am rib in of m $ the government of has receded Geia Rafti Revenue snaring a merits my i during a period from a a i i 9/6 june 19/6 account no i Guilford Cju co a c c 0 u n m n 14 i y 04 Box g f e e n s b1 ,42 7 a n 27400 in. A a i. In. S 2 x 500 wooo ii Sci of it in $ i Usu. Ii i Cunt s Cunt $ a a i Trust fund report reset instruction o 1 balance us it Al 2 Revenue or received or Arr 3 interest rec or credited j 30. 19/6 Rig i unos if i 1975 thru june 30 19/6 i i 19/5 thru june 30 19/6i 4 f Jhb a k i i Iron obligations if any cd ors if any Al Riou Himi its have Ulin met Icci Rolf cation i Cut Rill ii 11 i in re c n i i executive Oiler r rid a in res act o the entitlement t., ii reported her0 i certify thai the Hare Noi Bee used in violation of either the priority expenditure ire. Lumen1 Section 103 or la in lathing funds prohibition Section lc4�t<he act a it v y j a 8-2-76 s nature of Cine i Ricu a a \ Date Jug It Nan. And title 6 funds mete 7 trial for is a b total amount expended sum of line 16 column it arid column it b Ilanor c 1976. A 4 45.s.12 j x2jq-Ajjiiil n a if if news of Dia have Ulin advise la hat a comp i Cory of this report has bet n pub Ishad in a local in we paper of general circulation i have a copy of this report and records documenting the contents they Are open for pub us scrutiny at a Kulli Pia

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