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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 18, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2b High Point Enterprise monday february 18,1974 r to weekend incidents keep regulation Garner plans deaths amp funerals. A b b i. N �nzonin9 t n a High Point police Busy is eased to run again mrs. Kennedy of Thomasville Thomasville mrs. Florence Emaline Chappell Kennedy 76, widow of Ransom d. Kennedy and resident of route 5, died today at 6 a m. In Community general Hospital. She had been in declining health for two years and critically ill for seven weeks. She was bom in Yadkin county june 15, 1897, a daughter of Thomas and Margaret shores Chappell and had lived in Thomasville most of her life. She had lived with her daughter mrs. Williard Cranford for several years. She was a member of pleasant Grove United methodist Church and attended mount Zion Wesleyan Church. On april 17, 1916, she married or. Kennedy who died july 14, 1967. Surviving Are two daughters mrs. Williard it Lois Cranford of the Home and mrs. Dermont Lucille Hinkle of Ford Street two sons Emmitt Kennedy of route 5. And James Pete Kennedy of Hill Road five Sisters mrs. Minnie Reece and mrs. Jettie Hemric both of Boonville. Mrs. Bessie Wagoner and mrs. Clyde Wagoner both of Jonesville and mrs. Everett Tysinger of Johnson town Road two Stepbrother Richard Calloway of High Point and Roby Calloway of Boonville 15 grandchildren 19 great grandchildren seven step grandchildren and one step great grandchild. Funeral will be held at 2 p m. Wednesday at mount Zion Wesleyan Church by the Rev. Carroll m. Upton. Burial will be in pleasant Grove United methodist Church cemetery. The family will be at the Home of mrs. Lois Cranford and at the j. C. Green amp sons funeral Home tuesday from 7 until 9. Mrs. Grace Hendrix Greensboro mrs. Grace Burrows Hendrix of 219 s. Tremont or. Died sunday at Moses Cone Hospital. She was a native of Asheboro and had lived Here for the past 30 years. She was a retired employee of Burlington industries. She was a member of the College place United methodist Church and a teacher in the builders sunday school class. She was a member of the red Cross and worked with the Bloodmobile where she was also a first Aid instructor and an auxiliary worker at Wesley Long Hospital. She was past president of the business and professional woman s club and past president of the so Optimist club. She was Active in Camp work in Western North Carolina. Survivors Are three daughters. Mrs. Doris Coble of Greenville s c. And mrs. Joann Pate and mrs. Jack Quine Quigley both of Greensboro seven Brothers Irving Hal and Wayne Burrows All of Asheboro Clarence Burrows of Bedford va., Herman Burrows of High Point Clyde Burrows of Marion va., and Arthur Burrows of Richmond a. And three Sisters mrs. Florence Underwood of Greensboro mrs. Maude Huston of High Point and mrs. Anne Brown of Washington. Memorials made to the College place United methodist Church. The family will be at the Home of a daughter. Mrs. Joann Pate 117 Twain read will be at the Hanes Lineberry North Elm Street funeral Home tonight from 7 to 9. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. The body will remain at the funeral Home. Since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 i Lexington ave. 882-2555 885-2145 at Ion at. In ten o morticians Winston Salem a Abner Gray Bowman sr., 77, of 4256 old Lexington rd., Winston Salem died sunday morning at Reynolds memorial Hospital in Winston Salem. He had been in declining health a number of years and seriously ill two months. He was born in Stokes county but lived most of his life in Forsyth county. He was a retired Farmer. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Wylia Needham Bowman of the Home three daughters mrs. Louise Rule and mrs. Sandra Lemons both of Winston Salem and mrs. Susan Wagoner of. Kernersville three sons a. G. Buck Bowman of Kernersville the Rev. Giles o. Bowman or. Of Greensboro and Joe Gray Bowman of Winston Salem and seven grandchildren. Funeral will be held at 2 30 p m. Tuesday at new mount Vernon United methodist Church by the Rev. Edward Moore and the Rev. Orion Hutchinson or. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The family will be at Hayworth Miller funeral Home tonight from 7 to 9. Duncan infant Madison Barbara Ann Duncan 16-month-old daughter of Alfred and Mary Hopper Duncan of route 3, died sunday at Moorhead Hospital in Eden. Also surviving Are Grandfather j. B. Hopper or. Of. Route 3 and grandmother mrs. Carne Duncan of High Point. Funeral will be held at 4 p m. Tuesday at Ellisboro Baptist Church. The body is at colonial funeral Home and the family will be there tonight from 7 until 9. The Rev. S. D. Baker Statesville the Rev. Sanford Duard Baker 54. Died saturday at Baptist Hospital in Winston Salem. He was a retired Baptist minister. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Selma Wilson Baker a son. Duard Ravon Baker of Clemson a daughter mrs. Edwin Gatton of High Point his father s. J. Baker of Kannapolis a brother Eugene Baker of Concord and a sister mrs. James Chapman of China Grove. Funeral will be held at 2 p m. Tuesday at front Street Baptist Church by the Rev. D. Hicks and or. Howard Ford. Graveside services will be held at 3 30 p m. At Carolina memorial Park in Kannapolis. The body is at Bunch funeral Home and the family will be there tonight from 7 30 until 9 30. Man suffers attack of honesty Chesterfield so. Apr it took 41 years but c. W. Kirkley finally was paid 50 cents he was owed. Kirkley a notary Public Here since 1924, received $2 in the mail last week with a unsigned note attached a live been checking my records and see that i owe you 50 cents on my marriage ceremony. I am sending it with interest and Hope that you receive it and Overlook the Kirkley said he recalled the debt. He once performed marriages for $3.50, including the License. Some 41 years ago a bridegroom Only had $3 and promised to mail Kirk lev the 50 cents. A the marriage must have worked out a Kirkley said. Sewing classes Asheboro a few vacancies still remain in the morning advanced sewing class beginning wednesday morning at 9 a in. At Randolph technical Institute. The class will meet each monday and wednesday morning from 9 a m. To 12 noon for a period of seven weeks. The course is offered for persons who have completed the Basic sewing class and want to further pursue their sewing techniques beyond the Basic stages. High Point police had a Busy weekend investigating among other complaints three shootings and two reports that men were beaten and robbed. Three persons were Cut during a fight at a House on Redding Street saturday. Wilford Odell Hamlin 38, of Forrest View drive said he tried to break up a fight Between two women and that one of them Cut him on the left wrist. Albert Daniel Wright of Taylor Street also reported being Cut on the left thigh in the same fight. Officers said we Illa Roberson came to the Hospital shortly after the men were treated and said she had been Cut by one of the same two women who had Cut Hamlin. Neither of the three had serious injuries. They indicated to police that they would sign warrants against their attacker. Ralph Dawson. 62, of Davis Avenue said he was visiting at a House on Park Street sunday and when he started to leave he was shot in the head. His wound was apparently minor. No charges had been made today. Jerry Mcdowell 20, of Vernon Street said he was at the Corner of Franklin Avenue and Meredith Street sunday when a Man approached him and Cut him on the Side of his face. Mcdowell said the Man fled but returned a Short time later in a car and fired three shots at him. Mcdowell was wounded in the calf of his leg. He was treated and released from the Hospital. He said he did not know the reason for the attack. William Simms jr., 41, of e. Grimes Avenue said saturday that three men approached him behind a store on e. Green drive at Park Street. He said two of the men pulled him to the ground while the third displayed a knife and started to Cut him. He was Cut when he grabbed the knife. Simms said he was hit Over the head and $10 in Cash was taken off his person. Benny Morgan Monk of English Road said he had taken his wife s Cousin and her father to Taylor trailer Park on English Road sunday and was waiting outside in his car. He said two men came out of a House pulled him out of his car and began beating him. He said one of them took his Wallet removed $240 in Cash and threw the Wallet into the car. Thomas Leslie Hall of Brentwood Street said sunday that his 1964 Model car was stolen from a parking lot at the rathskeller on Mon lieu Avenue at five Points. Ellis Quesinberry or. Of Tate Street said that someone knocked the padlock off his door and took a $299 television set from his Home. Thieves entered Fairview Street school but police said there was no sign of forced entry. The intruders then broke a Glass and entered the office. Nothing was reported stolen. Mary Amos of Rockford Road said she left lights on in her Home when she went out sunday night but that they were off when she returned. Before entering she called police. Officers reported Greensboro finding the Glass broken in the Back door. It was not in. Mediately known if anything Guilford county com was taken. Missioners today approved a two incidents involving change in zoning regulations gasoline thefts were reported a insure that facilities sunday. Police said an in within planned unit known Quantity of gasoline developments Given in was stolen from school buses order to obtain higher Densi parked at Andrews High to actually Benefit the school. Public. Officers on patrol said they the change requires that found five and two gallon the Board insure that cans full of gasoline and a facilities Given by developers Hose beside a truck at fur Benefit the Public at Large nature Annex on Greensboro rather than the residents of Road. Officers who said the project they apparently frightened the new regulation also away the thief poured the requires that no unlawful gasoline Back into the truck restrictions be put on the use Ever Griffin of Mcguinn the facility limiting it to Street told police sunday that Community residents on a thief stole a $5 dog House to from his Back Yard but left approval of facilities such the dog chained. As nature trails or nature Mcdaniel to seek 4th House term rep. C. Dempsey Mcdaniel Republican of Forsyth county announced today he will seek re election for a fourth term in the state House of representatives. A resident of the Hometown Community in Southeast Forsyth county Mcdaniel said his candidacy is subject to the Republican primary in the 29th House District. Mcdaniel was elected to the state House in 1968 and again in 1970 and 1972. He held his first Public office in 1966 when he was elected Justice of the peace in abbots Creek township in Forsyth county. A native of High Point Mcdaniel is a graduate of the. University of Maryland and has a masters degree from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Retired after More than 20 years of Active service with the army he is a certified secondary school teacher and guidance Counselor. He is married and the father of four children. In the House Mcdaniel is a member of the constitutional amendments education and appropriations committees. He was appointed to the veterans affairs commission by gov. James Holshouser for a term ending in 1978. A a i want to continue to contribute and seek solutions to the problems of our schools which Are major concerns of the people of Forsyth county and this state a Mcdaniel said. Quot i believe that the citizens of Forsyth county and the state of North Carolina Are ready for tax Reform. We need Reform of our tax Laws which would provide a More equitable distribution of the tax Burden. Tax Relief for special in optometrist is honoured Atlanta a. Apr. Frank b. Day of Raleigh n.c., has been named the South so a optometrist of the Teress Are really transfers of the tax Arthur f. Lonsdale of old Winston Road said someone shot a $25 window in his Home with a by or Pellet gun. John Thomas Biazo 24, of s. Elm Street was arrested by police on a charge of armed robbery. According to the warrant lie is accused of forcing his Way into the Home of Harold Lloyd Shively on Granville Street feb. 3 at gunpoint. He allegedly took two shotguns valued at $250. Drunken driving arrests included Damuel Lee Davis 27, of e. Lexington Avenue Benjamin Louis Cornell. 55, of Greensboro. Ronald z. Washington 32. Also of Greensboro and Thomas William Martin 59. Of Martinsville a. Davis also was charged with driving while his License was revoked and with violation of prohibition Laws. Leanna Bostic 28, of s. Elm Street Kelly Jones jr., 17, of Ane Heims Street and Clifford Myers 17, of Willard Street All were charged with malicious damage. Police arrested a 15-year-old boy on a charge of shoplifting. He allegedly took books Worth $106 from Parker a news stand. Museums would permit developers to secure higher residential density than the Law presently allows. In other action commissioners denied a request for rezoning of a one half acre tract on Hayworth Springs Road from residential to agricultural. However officials indicated the owner will be Able to continue to use the property As a site for a Mobile Home As he presently does. Commissioners also approved rezoning of land on u. S. 29-a near Forbes drive near Greensboro from Industrial to business. Asheboro c. Roby Garner Republican of Asheboro and a member of the state House announced today he will seek re election to the office he now holds. Garner president of the Garner Morgan hardware co. Of Asheboro except for two years 1970-1972, has served continuously in the state House since 1960 except for two years. He was Defeated in his bid for reelection in 1970 when Randolph was in a House District official Home is proposed Washington a rep. Gilbert Gude r-md., says he and rep. John e. Moss d-calif., will introduce a Bill to provide up to $750,000 for an official Home for the vice president. Congress passed a Bill in 1966 authorizing a Home on the naval Observatory grounds in Northwest Washington but no funding for it has been made. Gude and Moss said in a statement sunday that the onetime expenditure would save . Taxpayers the continual expense of Security construction at the private Homes of vice presidents. Roby Garner with Montgomery county. When Randolph was put into the 24th state House District in the last legislature Garner was re elected. The 24th District is composed entirely of Randolph county. Garner is a former school teacher a former Salesman for the r. J. Reynolds tobacco co. And is co owner of general wholesale co. He is a member of Central United methodist Church and has served on the administration Board and is a former sunday school superintendent. He is married to the former Ora Wright and they have two children. Plan for funding from Page in clip and save. 889-7867 to re Portall mortuary phone 885-5045 102 Chestnut or. Drug Call Day or night report any facts to help identify a Pusher. ,. You Don t have to identity yourself and Ca its cannot be traced High i Liing i ilium i Ammi i, Iii a i Buff 12 la a Piedmont hearing Aid centers Quot a trusted name in better hearing Quot 883-2815 400 n. Main strut lobby of so Futon hol other location in of. Airy win ton Sal a n. Wilkesboro end Martinsville to 2 would Cost around $990, xxx some $400,000 More than the school system is prepared to spend. The City will receive $455, 000 during this Calendar year in Federal Revenue sharing funds. City manager Kyle Williams said today. There Are also funds left Over from the Federal allotment last year but the exact amount is now indeterminate As a result of complications Over financing City water and sewer improvements. If the City were to provide Money for the auditorium fund the figure currently mentioned As its contribution is $150,000. Contacted sunday night. Mayor Johnson was reluctant to endorse the use of Revenue sharing funds for the auditorium project. He said the Council would have to discuss various proposals on the expenditure of the Money available and priorities would be established. A whether this the auditorium will be one of the priorities is up to the Council to decide Quot Johnson declared. He noted however that the auditorium that will be built will be the last such local facility a for the next 50 last fall it seemed that the school system wanted to rely on private contributions to finance the a a Community part of the new auditorium. A fund raising drive about to be inaugurated by the Myca for a permanent building however May substantially reduce potential sources of Revenue. Nevertheless Poole feels that private donations should finance the extra part of the Structure. A people Are a Little More willing to give on a voluntary basis a he said in preference to seeing their tax monies spent on such projects. 1 watch your fat go lose ugly excess weight with the sensible new fat go diet plan. Nothing sensational just steady weight loss for those that really want to lose. A full 12 Day Supply Only $3.00. Ask drug store about the fat go reducing plan and Start losing weight this week. Money Back in full if not completely satisfied with weight loss from the very first package. Don t delay Gat fat go today. Only $3.00 at Mann drugs i a in my opinion a he said a a we la have a building that will be pretty but that will be of very Little value to the he noted improvements needed in the City Public works department As Well As the request by the recreation department for the City to Purchase main Street Junior High school when it becomes vacant. Another member of the Council Dalton Myers said sunday that he too preferred private financing for the Community Side of the auditorium. But he did not seem unalterably opposed to the City a contributing part of the funds. He said he would like to learn local sentiment on the Issue before reaching a decision however. 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