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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 12, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Deaths amp funerals a. C. Louya 75, death takes Dies saturday mrs. Baldwin f. R. Cecil Dies at 70 Thomasville a. C. Curt Louya 75, of 1031 Johnson town rd., died at his Home saturday at 6 40 a. In. Following four years o f declining health. He was born in Davidson county aug. 2. 1896. And had spent most of his life in the Johnson town Community. He was a retired employee of Baptist children a Home in Thomasville a member of Heidelberg United Church of Christ a member of the men s Bible class of the sunday school and a member of the Church brotherhood. On dec. 17. 1919, he was married to miss Fannie Beverly who survives of the Home. Other survivors include three daughters miss Opal Louya and mrs. Lois Barber both of the Home and mrs. Richard j. Regan of Tarboro six sons Donald c. Louya of Killeen Texas. Homer b. Louya of Fayetteville Joseph a. Louya of 203 Maplewood ave., Jack flip Uva of it. Calvary Road Al von Louya of Pilot school Road and George v. Louya of it. 5, Thomasville one half brother Numie Byerly. Holly Grove 13 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Funeral will be held monday at 2 30 p. In. In Heidelberg United Church of Christ by the Rev. G. Harold Myers. Burial will follow in Holly Grove lutheran Church cemetery. The body will remain at j. C. Green and sons funeral Flome until placed in the Church 30 minutes prior to the service. The family will be at the Home and at toe funeral Home sunday from 7 until 9 p. In. Mr5. Donald grave Thomasville Tommie Mae Graves 39. Of 605 Jacob St., died thursday at 1 30 a. In. In Duke Hospital in Durham. She had been in declining health for three years. She was born in Troutman. A daughter of the late Samuel and Mable Houston Connor. She was a graduate of Church Street High school and attended n. C. Central University in Durham. In 1953, she moved to Brooklyn n. Y., where she resided until moving Back to Thomasville last april. She was of the islam Faith. Survivors include her husband Donald Graves of Brooklynn y. Three daughters Lawanda Graves rim Graves and it u d i j a Graves two sons. Juan p. Graves and Timothy Rashid Graves All of Thomasville and one brother Bobby Shavis of Greensboro. Funeral will be held monday at 3 p in. At Thomas Haizhu funeral Home. Burial will be in City cemetery. The body will remain at the funeral Home. The family will be at the funeral Chapel sunday from 7 to 9 p. In. And at the Home of mrs. Esther Weaver 605 Jacob St. B. R. Pollard funeral for Billy Ray Pollard will be held at 2 p in. Sunday in Sechrest Chapel by the Rev. Sherrill stikes. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. The body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home and the family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 to 9 or. Pollard 45 of 1409 Trinity ave died thursday in High Point memorial Hospital. Mrs. Lena Goldston Baldwin of 305 fourth St. Died in Highfi Point memorial Hospital thursday morning. She had been in declining health for some time. She had been a resident of High Point for 50 years. She is survived by her husband John Baldwin of the Home two step daughters. Mary Kimbrough and Clara Roach of Brooklyn. By. One brother. Walter Goldston of Sheffield. Ala. Four Sisters Flora Brown Dater Brady Blanche Gray and Bessie Gale All of Ramseur. N. C. Funeral will be held in first Baptist Church on Washington drive sunday at i p. I with the Rev. Al l. Andrews officiating. Burial will be in the Community cemetery Ramseur. The family will be at hoovers funeral Home from 8 until 9 p. In. Today. City school menus week of february 2 elementary Junior highs Friddle infant i Ori Kathryn Friddle infant daughter of Robert f rankle and Linda f Aye Floyd f Riddle. Of fun. To Greensboro died at 1 30 a in. Friday in Wesley Long Hospital in Greensboro. Surviving Are her parents or. And mrs. Robert Franklin f Riddle of the Home one sister Lisa Dawn f Riddle of the Home two Brothers Scott Thomasf Riddle and Robert Al f Riddle jr., both of the Home the maternal grandmother. Mrs. S. E. Alexander. 510 Inglewood Avenue Greensboro paternal Grandfather Joe n. F Riddle sr., it. I Julian the maternal great grandparents or. And mrs. W. K. Whitson of Hiawassee a. And the paternal great grandmother. Mrs. Ora Corsbie. It. I Julian. Graveside services were to have been held at 2 p in today in Midway Baptist Church cemetery by the Rev. John r. Shore. Flay Rudolph Cecil 70, of it. 4. Thomasville died in a Raleigh Hospital Friday night following an extended illness. He was born in Davidson county aug 20. 1901. A son of Arvin c. And Maria Hedgecock Cecil. He was married to Ethel Durham in 1935. Prior to his illness he was employed by Burton upholstery co. Surviving in addition to his wife of the Home Are a daughter mrs. Milford Brenda Payne of 604 o Neill St. One brother. Harold a. Cecil of it. 4. Thomasville a half sister. Mrs. C. Al Helen Blakley of Lexington by. And his Stepmother mrs. B. E. Payne of Lexington by. And two grandchildren. F funeral will be held in Harold c. Davis f funeral Home sunday at 2 30 pm. By the Rev. Ray Stephens. Burial will follow in Floral Garden Park cemetery. The family will be at the residence and at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9 . Mrs. Callie Phillips Asheboro mrs. Caille Brooks Phillips. 88. Died Friday at her Home. Surviving Are one daughter mrs. Walter Mildred Denson of Asheboro a sister mrs. Henry Fesmire of Siler City and a brother Paul Brooks of it. I Bear Creek. Funeral will be 2 . Sunday at the first Baptist Church where she was a member. Burial will be at Brush Creek Baptist Church cemetery in Chatham county. The family will be at Pugh f funeral Home 7-9 . Today. Mrs. James Posey Pilor Mountain mrs. Luckey Gordon Posey. 95. Widow of James a. Posey of Kernersville died f riday in Mountain Valley rest Home it. I Westfield. Mrs. Posey was born in Stokes county to Samuel and Elizabeth Tuttle Gordon and was a member of Pinnacle United methodist Church. Surviving arc two daughters. Mrs. Inez Chickoski of Colorado Springs colo., and mrs. Mollie p. Knight of High joint nine grandchildren one great grandchild and two Sisters. Mrs. Doski1 f Aison of Salisbury and mrs. Bellow Mcdaniel of Alexandria. A. Funeral will be held sunday at 2 . In Pinnacle United methodist Church with burial in the Church cemetery. The body is at Needham f funeral Home in Pilot Mountain and will be placed in the Church 30 minutes prior to the service. The family will be at the funeral Home from 7 until 9 pm. On saturday. Monday hot dogs mixed greens Beans cake milk tuesday pork ettes mashed potatoes Green peas hot Rolls Peanut butter Delight milk wednesday Spaghetti tossed salad garlic bread sliced apples milk thursday beef ii Gravy Rice sliced carrots hot Rolls Pear halves milk Friday fish Stix stewed potatoes greens Cornbread Plain Gelatin milk monday hot dogs French Fries Cole Slaw cake milk tuesday Spaghetti tossed salad f Rench bread Cherry Cobbler milk wednesday beef l Gravy mashed potatoes Green peas hot Rolls sliced apples milk thursday f ried Steak buttered Rice Green Beans hot Rolls fruit cup milk Friday Fishwick French Fries Cole Slaw pudding milk Athaniel Hoke Greensboro Athaniel Hoke of 214 Craig St. Died thursday in l. Richardson Hospital after a Long illness. Survivors Are a daughter. Mrs. Marie Bigelow o f Greensboro on brother Sam Hoke of High Point and a Ria ter mrs. Maggie Howard of Washington. Funeral will be 2 . Sunday at Community funeral Home Chapel the family will be at Community funeral Home. 7-8 . Today. J. W. Simmons Biscoe James w Simmons 89, of Biscoe died f riday in Moore memorial Hospital Pinehurst. Survivors Are two sons. R. L. Simmons of Biscoe and d. C. Simmons of Thomasville and four daughters mrs. Gladys Thornton and mrs. Pearl Doss both of Greensboro mrs Armeda Britt of Troy and mrs. Minnie Thorpe of Kernersville. Funeral will be 3 . Sunday in main Street Baptist Church Biscoe. Burial will be in Liberty Hill Baptist Church cemetery near Troy. The family will be at Phillips f funeral Flome Star. 7-9 . Today. H. Smith Richardson philanthropist Dies Stab wound is fatal Lexington a Man identified As Roosevelt Stinson died of a Stab wound in the heart Friday at about 8 50 p in. Here. Police said the stabbing occurred on Cherry Street. The officers added that a suspect was in custody. I hot 1172 Sechrest service 1301 e Lexington ave 882 2555 or 885 214 a Ltd a it a it i i tit Aik a a Roen intent saturday Stephanie Dawn Roach i am. Graveside Floral Garden Park a Banks Webster Smith 2 . Sechrest Chapel aaa Lori Kathryn Friddle 2 . Graveside Midway Baptist Church cemetery sunday Billy Ray Pollard 2pm Sechrest Chapel Greensboro a h Smith Richardson sr., honorary chairman of the Board of Richardson Merrelin inc., International pharmaceutical firm died at his Home in greens f arms conn., Friday after a period of declining health. He was 86. Richardson a native of Greensboro was credited with guiding the growth and Success of the Vick chemical co., which was founded by his father Lunsford Richardson. The firm manufacturer of Vicki a vap rub later became Richardson Merrell a worldwide drug Complex. A son h Smith Richardson jr., of Southport conn., one of the survivors now Heads the firm. Richardson established the Smith Richardson foundation in 1935 with Headquarters in Greensboro. His philanthropies in North Carolina and South Carolina during the last 20 years have exceeded $3 6 million much of the Money going to help educational institutions. He a 11 e n d e d Greensboro Public schools Davidson College and the u. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis my. Other survivors include two other sons Robert Randolph Richardson of new York City Church slates singing groups the spiritual messengers of Gibsonville will sing a t Friendship Baptist Church on w. Willis Avenue sunday at 3 . Other groups Are also scheduled for the program. And John Page Richardson of greens f arms two daughters. Mrs. Grace r. Stetson of Southport and mrs. Mary r Jackson of Greenwich. Conn. And two Sisters mrs. C. I. Carlson and mrs. Karl e. Prickett both of Greensboro. A memorial service will be held in Southport monday at Trinity episcopal Church and the funeral will be held tuesday in Greensboro at f first presbyterian Church with burial in Greensboro a Green Hill cemetery. Paper drive Date changed an announcement that appeared in fridays Enterprise stated that a Jaycee paper drive would be held sunday feb. 13. The drive is actually slated fir sunday f be. 20. Ralph Nunez chairman of the drive advised All contributors to place paper bundles on the curb by 12 noon feb 20 to insure pickup All kinds of paper will be accepted. By Howard Hayes Enterprise staff writer testimony was heard Friday afternoon in District court against five defendants during their preliminary hearing on charges relating to marijuana judge Byron Haworth entered no judgment by the close of court Friday. He said the cases would be taken up again monday afternoon at 2 pm. Judge Haworth said he wanted to hear All the cases involving the investigation of a police undercover agent before making any ruling the undercover agent identified himself As Horace Donald Stewart vice president of the advertising firm of Behrends Harwell and Henderson. Stewart who said he had been a police reservist about two years stated that he had worked with the narcotics squad from Early july through december 1971. Defense attorneys at the opening of court entered motions to dismiss the charges because of stale prosecution the warrants served on the defendants Early in 1972 alleged the offences took place in late summer or Early fall of 1971. Motions were made to quash the warrants but attorney said they would not argue those motions at that time. A third series of motions were entered to dismiss charges of transporting marijuana against some of the defendants because according to the attorneys that statute was not contained in a revision of the drug Laws. The first cases taken up were those of Dwight Thomas of Carolina Avenue and John r. Lloyd of Ferndale Boulevard both charged with Selling transporting and possessing marijuana. Lloyd also was charged with conspiring to violate drug Laws. Stewart testified that he had arranged with Thomas and Lloyd to Purchase marijuana sept. 29. 1971, in the parking lot at Mayberry Usa on Lexington Avenue. He said that on that Date Thomas sat in his Stewart is car in the lot while Lloyd and a girl named a a Elsie went to get the marijuana. Stewart alleged that when Lloyd and the girl returned Lloyd handed Thomas the bag of marijuana and Thomas in turn handed it to him. Stewart said he paid $15 for the bag. Said to contain 14 Grams of marijuana. On Cross examination Stewart testified that part of the payment for the Mari Juana was to go against Money Thomas owed Stewart. Stewart said that he had rented a car for Thomas earlier in the month and that Thomas had not completely repaid him the rental charge. The next defendant was Wanda Johnson of Louise Avenue charged with Possession and same of marijuana. Stewart testified that through a third party he had agreed to loan miss Johnson $20. Stewart said in August. 1971. He had Given miss Johnson a Check for $20 the Loam and had later told her that he would accept a bag of marijuana As repayment of the loan he said he received a bag of marijuana 9.6 Grams sept. I 1971, at Luis. The fourth defendant was Judy my a mis of e i Lexington Avenue charged with Possession and Sale of marijuana Stewart said that he gave miss Mcamis a Check for $20 on july 23 with which to get him and some friends a bag of marijuana. He said that on july 26. 1971, she reported she had the marijuana the amount of marijuana was reported to he 15 73 Grams on Cross examination Stewart was asked a she got it for you at your request your insistence and As a favor did t she his answer was a a yes. The last defendant s Case to be heard was Beth Martin of w. Lexington Avenue. Stewart said that on aug 22. 1971. He made arrangements with miss Martin to Purchase a $20 bag of marijuana for which he was to pay $40 he said on aug 26 he got the bag of marijuana containing to 4 Grams. On Cross examination Stewart said he had met miss Martin through a girl that had been living with her. He said that on several occasions he had made dates with miss Martin but that she had broken the dates. The defense in its questions alleged that miss Martin got the marijuana because she Felt sorry for Stewart and to do him a favor. The defense throughout its examination of Stewart attempted to bring out that instead of being marijuana Sellers the defendants sold marijuana on Only the one occasion to Stewart because of his constant and sometime annoying insistence and to do him a favor. Testimony begins in marijuana cases february frolics a sunny afternoon this week sent temperatures just High enough Tor Dawn Reynolds to play on the Lawn with her Puppy. From a woo Berls the pooches name expression we can Only assume she has told him that lots More of the same is in store for them in just a few Short weeks Dawn is a student at High Point College Phr to a 22.3 per cent substandard blighted housing is Rural eyesore by Bryan Haislip attn. Of afternoon dailies Raleigh substandard housing blights the North Carolina Rural landscape the 1970 census reported 22 3 per cent of the state s Rural housing substandard. That s based on the absence of indoor plumbing taken a a criteria of the Overall Quality of the dwelling. Building More Homes in the Countryside that meet today a standards for convenience and pleasant family living is the Only Way to change the scene Ery. The Means to do it is provided through loan programs of the Farmers Home administration. F or the last fiscal year. Fua Loans made possible 7,200 new houses in tar Heel Rural areas. The Loans made to families in the Low to Middle income Range totalled $92 million. Only South Carolina among the states did better than what is substandard in housing May he hard to judge since one person prefers what another finds inconvenient. The subjective measure is a what you and i want to have to live in a observed James Buchanan. Chief of the housing loan division in tie Stateff a office. By that yardstick houses constructed with Fua Loans come up to the Mark the typical one is Brick veneer construction three bedrooms with indoor plumbing and Central heat. 1,381 Square feet of heated living area with an average Cost to build of $13,193. They re neat and liveable a far cry in appearance from the Cabin in the Cornfield and for most occupants symbolic of a new lease on life at the present level of lending. The Cha program is having a a substantial Impact a on upgrading Rural housing. Buchanan said a until recent years it was More or Les a minimal. We still done to dose the entire Gap Quot he added. Available funds this year Are about $9<i million roughly the same As the 1971 fiscal it ear if president Nixon a pro posed budget is approved the amount will Rise to ski million for fiscal 1973. As Well As More units of housing the program is a significant stimulus to the Rural Economy a they say every cons auction Dollar turns Over seven times a Buchanan noted Means $100 million would have tremendous benefits to Rural Loans Are available to Rural families without a Home unable to secure financing through conventional sources and with an adjusted annual income less than $8,000 with sufficient credit worthiness to assume the loan obligations. The definition of a a Rural has been relaxed in recent years to embrace communities of not More than 10.000 population which Are not closely tied to an Urban area interest credit assistance is available based on family income. Which can mean As Little As one per cent interest on the loan motivation is a key Factor f or Many of those eligible. Owning a Home always has been an impossible dream they have to know the dream can become reality and he encouraged to take the Steps to make it so. The Federal state Extension service is a f it ree for improved Rural housing John Collins Extension specialist in Community development is chairman of a state task Force on Rural housing. It is participating in a series of regional workshops during february conducted by the n l Rural i development committee the Fua administers a variety of loan programs. In addition to single family dwellings it can make Loans for rental housing in Rural areas and assist in financing Rural subdivisions. Unique gifts and accessories we Yafo 109 00 000 Avenue a hone ass 7262 a Jimut Hon of a f mar Winnial in ii 2�i2 Turli h by Sam i ii i need a haircut Trust it the professionals open Mon Frt 8-6 . The London House 441 n phone 882-9426, . 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In room 204 of the Myca 401 s. Main St., High Point. Edward h. Shaw Engineer and broker instructor. 2 11

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