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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 2, 1974, High Point, North Carolina A deaths and funerals death claims miss Cecil miss Christina Cecil 90. Of 1115 Adams St., was dead on arrival at 8 to a in. Friday at High Point memorial Hospital miss Cecil was born nov. 9. 1893. In Davidson county a daughter of William and Susan Summey Cecil. A resident of High Point since 1910 coming Here from Davidson county she was employed for 25 years at Melrose hosiery Mill retiring in 1954 she was a member of Emmanuel lutheran Church surviving Are several nieces and nephews funeral will be held at 3 . Sunday in Emmanuel lutheran Church by or Joseph l Griffin. Burial will be in Holly a Rove lutheran Church cemetery near Lexington the body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home and will be placed in the Church 30 minutes before the funeral the family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 to 9. Foil in Kii Aht Lexington foil Cletus Everhart. 72. Of by to died Friday in la Kington memorial Hospital he was a native of Davidson county and was co owner of the North Davidson garbage co survivors Are widow. Mrs Ollie Brinkley Everhart daughter. Mrs Archie Crotts of by. 9. Winston Salem sons foil Bryce Everhart and Bob by Bay Everhart of by to. Austin Everhart of by. 12. Sister mrs j f. Clodfelter of Thomasville Brothers j o. And Grady Everhart of by. 12, Baymond Everhart of by to the family will be at Davidson funeral Home 7-9 pm today. Funeral will be sunday Al 2 . At Bethesda United methodist Church where he was a member with the Bev. Ned Owen officiating burial will be in the Church cemetery. Mhz. Blanche p Kearns Asheboro a funeral was to be 4 pm today at first United methodist Church for mrs Blanche p Kearns 83. Of 608 Holly St., who died thursday. The Bev Donald Haynes will officiate burial will be at mount Shepherd United methodist Church. She was a native of Randolph county and widow of Ernest m Kearns survivors Are daughters mrs M. Baker. Mrs w b Chandler and mrs William j. Rafferty of Asheboro mrs. Charles Coffey of Kannapolis. Mrs. William Frost of Louisville. Tkv son. Baxter e Kearns of Ash Boa Sisters. Mrs Hal Kearns of by. 2. Asheboro. Mrs Dewey Bulla of Trinity brother Oscar Parrish of Thomasville Nathanr Johnson Lexington Nathan r Johnson. 79. Of by 14 died Friday in Lexington memorial Hospital a native of Alamance county he was a retired employee of Wennonah Mill and a member of the vow and a world War i Veteran survivors Are widow. Mrs. Etta Everhart Johnson Stepson Hubert Beck of High Point sister mrs Lester Brady of Burlington funeral arrangements Are incomplete. The body is at Davidson funeral Home since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 e. Lexington ave 882-2555 885-2145 j. D. Harvey Dies age 60 Thomasville John David Harvey. 60. A resident of 702 Franklin St., bedding pa., died thursday in Redding. A native of Spartanburg ., he was born june 22,1913, a son of Thomas and Annie Seay Harvey and had been a resident of Thomasville prior to moving to bedding la years ago Ile was a retired knitting machine fixer survivors include a daughter. Mrs Jerry Patricia Houchins of Richmond. A. Three Sisters. Mrs. Harold Lawing of Fuller Mill Road mrs Pete Poole of Springfield a. And mrs. Patrick bushmen of Miami Fla. Six Brothers Carl Harvey of it. I. Thomasville w Earl Harvey of by. 2. Thomasville James b. Harvey of Winston Salem Marion t Harvey of Hasty school Road. Woodrow Harvey of Clyde Avant Harvey of 106 Virginia ave and three grandchildren funeral will be sunday at 4 pm in j Green and sons Chapel by the Bev. Melvin Greene burial will be in Unity United methodist Church cemetery the family will be sunday Al the Home of Avant Harvey o clock at 106 Virginia ave and at the funeral Home today from 7 pm to 9 p in Mhz w. N. Vars am is Greensboro mrs. Elena Varsamis. 73, of 417 Hillside or. Died Friday in Wesley Ding Hospital after three months of illness. A native of Greece. Mrs Varsamis had lived in Greensboro since 1948 and was a member of the Dormi Tion of the theotokos greek orthodox Church where funeral will be 2 . Monday by father Joachim Pantelis. Burial will be in Forest Lawn cemetery a Wake will be held beginning at 8 sunday at the Lianes Leberry North Elm Street Chapel. Survivors Are husband. William n. Varsamis. Sons. Nicholas and Kimmon Varsamis of Greensboro. George Varsamis of Jamestown daughters mrs. Nickle Tsintzos mrs. Dot Megremis and mrs. Ellie culverhouse of Greensboro mrs. Marla Hinton of Miami Fla. Brothers. Vasilios and Lambros Foufas and sister mrs. Maria Alex Lou All of Greece the family will be at the Hillside drive residence. Memorial contributions May be made to the building fund of the greek orthodox Church. Mrs. J. L. White Raleigh mrs. J. Lawrence White. 80. Of 3918 Laurel Hill bd., Raleigh died Friday in Rex Hospital Raleigh after a Long illness. She was a member of mount Olivet Baptist Church surviving Are one daughter mrs. George w. Pearce. Raleigh. One son. J. L. While jr., 611 Westwood ave High Point five grandchildren three great grandchildren funeral will be at 3 30 monday in Mitchell funeral Home Chapel by or Boger Crook. Burial will be in men Lawn cemetery Raleigh the body is at Mitchell funeral Home Raleigh where the family will be sunday night from 7 to 9, e. D. Smith 46, succumbs Thomasville a kites David Smith. 46. Of 205 Church St., was pronounced dead on arrival at Community general Hospital Friday or Smith a son of John Smith and the late Essie Hemphill Smith was bom in Cowpens s. C. But had been a resident of Thomasville for most of his life he attended the Public schools of Thomasville and was a member of first Baptist Church. Survivors include his Foster Mother mrs Minerva Ware of the Home his father. John Smith of Cowpens . Four Sisters mrs Johnnie Jiles of Shelby mrs. Lucinda Smith of Dayton. Ohio. Mrs. Beatrice Smith of Spartanburg. S.c., and mrs Pristine Smith of Cowpens. So one brother Mingo Smith of Dayton. Ohio funeral will be monday at 2 p in. At the first Baptist Church by Rev w e Banks burial will follow in the it Olivet cemetery the body will remain at Thomas Haizlip funeral Home until placed in the Church 30 minutes prior to the funeral hour the family will be at the funeral Chapel evening from 7 to 8 Star Man put on zoo Board Asheboro John Thomas Kern a Star building contractor. Has accepted appointment to the advisory Board of the North Carolina zoological authority Kern is a Mason. Shriner member of the Montgomery county Hospital Board and a Hoard member of the Sandhill mental health Assn child Hurt in wreck youth gets 12 years for Holdup Lexington a participant in an armed robbery last october on 1-85 near Thomasville was Given a 12-year jail sentence thursday in Davidson county Superior court on charges of Misdemeanour larceny and common Law robbery Thomas Kiser 18, of Preston ga., previously testified against his two accomplices Bobby William Hammett 18, and Mary Frances Hammett 23 both of them received 15 to 20 year sentences for armed robbery and a concurrent term of to years for Auto larceny. The two charges lodged against Kiser to which he pleaded guilty were reduced from the More serious charges that had been filed against the two accomplices. Kiser s testimony for the state prompted the court s lenient disposition according to that testimony. Kiser held a pistol to the Back of the victim Carlie Lee Snyder of Salisbury who had picked the three up hitchhiking on 1-85 in Lexington mrs Hammett. Kiser said. Robbed Snyder during the journey of $16 after putting Snyder out the Trio was arrested by David son deputies North of Thomasville on 1-85 in other court action thursday. Timothy Greg skipper 17. Of Flowers trailer pars near Thomasville received a one year jail term suspended on charges of Misdemeanour attempted breaking and entering he was charged with a break in attempt at Holland s grocery nov. 19 on National Highway near Thomasville also. David Virgil Blarney. 38, of Fisher ferry Street. Thomasville had a manslaughter charge against him nol pressed with leave the charge stemmed from a july 22 Auto Accident on . 109 in which de Freeman 73, of Winston Salem was killed. High Point Enterprise saturday february i uti a a movie review laughing policeman contrived since Quot bullitt a san Francisco has very nearly replaced new York Ami los Angeles As the setting for the police action movie san Francisco has Beautiful views its North Beach District offers Sleazy sin and corruption and its Hilly streets Are ready made for a careening climactic car Chase these ingredients Are served up again in Quot the laughing but not very Well. Playing at the Towne theater the movie is a Limp melange of plot contrivances and characterizations lacking suspense and believability. A massacre on a bus. Which can Only be explained for the Opportunity it offers for scenes of blood and carnage begins Quot the laughing one of those killed is a police officer who had been working As partner to Jake Martin but Martin performed by Walter Matthau does not know Why his partner was on the bus the connection is made to an unsolved sex murder two years ago. And the solution finally to the bus massacre and the sex murder becomes the one and same Quot the laughing policeman is based on a swedish crime detection novel and its transition to san Francisco fails in the screenplay by Thomas Rickman and the direction by Stuart Rosenberg with Martin Matthau is Given very Little to do in the Way of acting the police officer is not lined to any depth he is laconic a loner dedicated his teenage son sneaks off alone to burlesque shows his wife sits in her room the door closed sewing and drinking alone none of this gets below surface recognition Bruce dem has the role of Larsen the new Man working with Martin and supposedly learning from him. The brashness and impatience of Larsen carry the same Aura of contrivance however that overlies All of the laughing Rosenberg s direction is irritating he shows a scene obliquely reflecting from the Side of a toaster for example. Or against the background of a Bright Light throwing the characters into Silhouette such Dalliance makes Quot the laughing policeman a vapid police action movie even at its Best. Which is very Little Hobert Marks secondary roads to get hearing a two year old girl was injured in an Accident at the intersection of Mangum Avenue and e. Green drive Friday. Faye Dockery of Whiteoak Street a passenger in a car operated by Walter g. Dockery 34. Of Whiteoak was not injured seriously. The other Driver involved was Cohen Wysong Spencer. 68, of la gang Street. No charges were filed Randolph men attend course Asheboro a two route i Randleman men have been named to attend the two week Short course in modern farming at North Carolina state University february 4-15, in Raleigh representing Randolph in the course which is sponsored by local banking institutions Are Terry n Davis and Robert a Davis both of the Cedar Square Community. All expenses for the two men will be paid by the first National Bank planters National Bank. Central Carolina Hank and Wachovia Bank All of Asheboro first Union Bank Randleman and first Union. Liberty Rte Board hears planning groups girls Haven gets big donation Asheboro an Anonymous donor has spurred Hopes in the founders of girls Haven that the planned Home in Randolph county will soon be a reality. Amos Butler chairman of girls Haven inc., has announced a donation of $75,000 for the project which will serve As a Home for wayward girls. Plans previously announced Call for the construction of three cottages on land adjacent to Camp Caraway. Girls Haven. Inc. Will be similar to boys Home of Lake acc maw Butler said the $75,000 will be paid to his group Over a three year period with the first $25,000 scheduled to be received this month the Board chairman said that since Jan. I the project has received Over $100,000 in donations. Butler said the following Steps will be taken Between now and april 15 a Randolph county steering committee will be named the main offices now in Whiteville will be moved to Asheboro a full time director will be named a list of volunteers drawn up and a Legal advisor appointed the directors will meet at the Holiday inn in Asheboro on feb. 9 at i 30 to approve construction plans. By Jim Hawkins Enterprise staff writer Greensboro proposed improvements to secondary roads in Guilford county will be the subject of a Public hearing monday before the Board of county commissioners representatives of the North Carolina dept of transportation will present proposals dealing largely with paving of presently unpaved roads in the county at the hearing planned for to a in department of transportation officials said the program which will go before commissioners for action will identify 15 roads in various areas of the county for improvement they said the roads were selected As a result of a study showing need mileage land use. Traffic characteristics and general route characteristics on Rural unpaved roads in the county it it. Homa Day secondary roads councilman for the seventh District and John w. Watkins division Engineer will make the presentation and hear Public comment at the hearing planned for the commissioners meeting Boom in the new courthouse Here. Commissioners will also conduct a series of Public hearings on petitions for Public improvements Al la 30 a in and a group of hearings on requests or closing of roads at la a m. High Pointer files for Post Raleigh tap it William h. Hare of High Point who says he is a working Man s candidate a has become the third contender to file for the democratic nomination to the . Senate in North Carolina. Hare who arrived in Kaleigh on Friday after a four Day walk from High Point joined atty. Gen Robert Morgan and Charles b. Riddle of Goldsboro in the contest Henry Hall Wilson of Monroe former president of the Chicago Board of Trade also has announced his candidacy As a Democrat but has not yet officially filed with the state Board of elections Hare is an ordained minister in the Christian Church and is the president of a High Point pet shop he has no previous statewide political experience met get by Litkin Whitn j Hati Ohal i St i Tufto Vonna has sat Koay Clarence Mayo Prince i pm Schrett Chape Simmy miss Christina Cecil 3 pm Emanuel lutheran Church mortuary phone 885-5045 102 Chestnut or. Saturday Marion Summey 2 30 Cumby Chat Asheboro four planning firms appeared before the Randolph technical Institute s Board of trustees thursday night to present their ideas on How the present Campus growth should be handled in the future. The trustees gave each of the out of town firms 15 minutes each to give their presentation and then turned the matter of selecting one to serve Rte Over to the building committee headed by trustee Eddie Allen. The four firms seeking the Job of future planning for the school located on Industrial Park were Community planning associates inc. Of Raleigh Lewis Clark associates Raleigh Mcneely associates also Raleigh and traffic and planning associates inc. Of Salisbury. In other action the trustees approved a a St of committee assignments including budget and finance mrs. Viola Redding chairman personnel t. A. Johnson or. Curriculum Jerry Tillman building and grounds Eddie Allen scholarship and Grants Grady Lawson and insurance Jerry Tillman the trustees were presented with a financial statement and an auditors report but no details of either were released Rte president m. H. Branson said the schools finances were in Good shape but that his staff was having to shift budget items to meet needs. The Board did not agree to a requested Extension of construction time for the new administration Library building now under construction. The contractor had cited a delay in receiving some materials As the reason for the 60-Day Extension. The Board decided not to take any action at this time but to study the matter at its next meeting and to decide at that time whether or not to Grant All part or none of the Extension Williams Flowers Send Flowers to your Valentini 2012 English re 8? 4 isl ii i new building completely conveyor Zed. Capable of 60 sofas too chairs per Day. 8 acres for expansion. Excellent labor Supply. Located in Central Indiana. Reply Box re 2 z co Enterprise watch for the downtown Survey coming february 3rd. N e you be the judge a Vocat Lump am a your verdict satisfaction. 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To serve the Friend Way Hoad area immediately West of Greensboro they will hear a request by the Greensboro a High Point Airport authority for closing of Breezewood Road which now runs Southeast from Inman Road to the Airport authority s property the request is that this Road be removed from dedication commissioners will consider two one tracts one an unopened Section of Oak Bury drive in Oak Grove Forest subdivision Ami the other a tract of land 60 it wide by 203 it. In the Guilford a Jamestown acres area they will continue a Public hearing on a request for rezoning of property on Sutton Road near . 220 South of Greensboro from watershed residential to agricultural uses commissioners Are expected to receive a recommendation from the Guilford county environmental Protection advisory Board concerning the proposed metro sewer treatment Plant planned by Greensboro East of that City. Officials said thursday that the Board of commissioners will have to put its endorse rent on the project if it is to be favourably received by Federal officials who would Supply much of the construction Inone. Elementary monday hamburgers stewed potatoes Toma toes lettuce Orange juice pudding to esd a school Beans a Franks Cole Slaw Pear half cinnamon buns wednesday Bologna cup mashed potatoes. Cheese turnip greens hot Rolls Gelatin Thi Ruday lasagna tossed salad French bread fruit Cobbler Friday Tomato soup. Saltines Corn dog applesauce Peanut butter cookies High school monday hamburger French Fries tomatoes a lettuce Orange juice chocolate cake tuesday Spaghetti lettuce wedge French bread fruit Cobbler wednesday Fishwick fruit Gelatin French Fries Peanut butter Petite thursday pizzas tossed salad buttered Corn cookie Friday hot dog. 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