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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 24, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Bicycle car in collision a girl Riding her bicycle at the intersection of e. Washington drive and Moon tied was struck by an Auto Early saturday afternoon according to police reports. The rider Anita Stara Quick la of East Avenue was treated at High Point memorial Hospital for injuries received in the Accident and released. The Driver of the car making a left turn at the intersection was identified As James Willie Rogers of Graves Avenue. No charges have been filed. Heart fund collections Start today the annual door to door residential solicitation for heart fund contributions will be made sunday. Heart sunday Volunteer workers in High Point have been organized under the direction of Betty p. Gibson heart sunday chairman for the 1974 Campaign. Is. Gibson stated that proceeds of the Campaign will be used to help support heart association programs that Are intended to detect and prevent heart and blood vessel disease. According to is. Gibson. In the past 12 months 24.905 persons in North Carolina died As a result of cardiovascular disease. She pointed out that contributing to the heart fund is the Best Way that people of High Point can fight this major health problem is. Gibson is a real estate sales representative for Mabe amp company realtors. She is the Mother of a son and two daughters and teaches a sunday school class of High school seniors at first Baptist Church. R. C. Hargrove succumbs 49 Rexford Rex Carroll Hargrove. 49, a resident of 317 Walker pl., suffered a heart attack while working in his Yard and was dead on arrival at High Point memorial Hospital saturday. He was bom in Charlotte May 7, 1924, a son of Marion l. And Emma Jernigan Hargrove. He graduated from the Charlotte Public schools and from Clemson University. He was married to Myrtle Morrison in 1963 he was employed As sales manager for Southland Supply co., and was an air Force Veteran of the second world War. He was a member of the Highland United methodist Church Junior Warden with the nutria f. Reid Lodge 344, . A member of the Greensboro consistory of scottish rite a member of the Oasis shrine Temple a member of the Oriental shrine club and the High Point shrine club. Surviving Are his wife of the Home one son Rexford Hargrove or. Of Atlanta. A. Three daughters. Miss Stephanie Morrison Hargrove of the Home mrs. Cathy English of High Point and mrs. Vivian Cuthrell of Winston Salem two Brothers Marion Hargrove or. Of Hollywood calif., and g. Tal Madge Hargrove of Baltimore. My. Three Sisters. Mrs. Daphne Pella of Pittsburgh pa., mrs. Cheryl Wolfe of Atlanta a. And mrs. Melba Drake of Wadsworth Ohio. Funeral will be conducted in the Highland United methodist Church monday at 4 . By the Rev. George Lyndon. Interment will follow in Floral Garden Park cemetery with masonic graveside services conducted by the Numa f. Reid Lodge. The body will remain at the Harold c. Davis funeral Home until placed in the Church 30 minutes prior to the service. The family will be at 317 Walker pm. And at the funeral Home sunday night from 7 until 9 . Fire razes dwelling a vacant House at 609 Thistle Street was destroyed by fire Early saturday morning according to reports at the High Point fire dept. When fire department units answered the 2 48 . Alarm the House was engulfed in flames a spokesman said. Officials predict food program to rally san Francisco a directors of the free food program demanded by the kidnappers of Patricia Hearst mapped plans this weekend to avoid the violence and confusion that marred the initial Dole. About 30 people were injured and 35 were arrested Friday when tempers flared after thousands of people waited in line for hours for the free food. A we just weren to prepared a it was a problem of logistics a said a spokesman for people in need distribution centers. A we Hope to have better organization next week a he said. A. Ludlow Kramer Secretary of state for Washington who organized the Giveaway said Quot it was not completely successful. But it was the base of a program that can be despite the problems officials estimated 9,000 persons received food Friday. No problems were reported at two locations East Palo Alto and Richmond. Some among the 5,000 persons who jammed the streets around a Muslim bakery distribution Point in East Oakland tossed food bottles bricks and other projectiles in scattered afternoon skirmishes. At one Point witnesses said about 50 persons in the crowd turned on police and television camera Crews with rocks and bottles. Windows were smashed. Club swinging police scattered the crowd. A score of persons were treated at area hospitals two of them after an object was tossed through their car window in Oakland causing it to crash. Ten others were injured in when people began pushing at the san Francisco distribution Center. Six front windows were smashed at a grocery store near the East Oakland Center and looters grabbed armload of groceries and fled witnesses said. The Oakland disruptions extended into Early evening when 35 persons were arrested for disorderly conduct. The people in need program was set up by the Kidnap victims father Randolph a. Hearst at the demand of the terrorist sym ionese liberation army. The girl was abducted on feb. 4. The next distributions were scheduled for tuesday thursday and saturday people in need officials said but at different locations. The crowd in Oakland raised Good natured cheers when a truck loaded with food pulled up. But the mood turned surly when organizers announced that food would be handed out directly from the truck because it get through the throng. The crowd surged Forward. Some recipients screamed at each other As food was tossed into the crowd. Some started throwing food Back at the distributors. Most of the Small amount of food including Frozen turkeys crackers fish eggs biscuit mix milk and Tomato juice landed up smashed on the sidewalk. The truck still mostly loaded with food was driven away under police guard. Police were called in to disperse the crowd. Kramer said no food was thrown into the crowd by food Giveaway volunteers. In san Francisco another 5,000 waited at the vacant store designated for the handouts. Organizers closed shop when the pushing got too rough but reopened later. Thousands went Home with bags of food but the neighbourhood was splattered with eggs. Deaths and funerals Earl Gibson Dies age 47 Rockingham Earl Smith Gibson 47, formerly a director and vice president of Fli Back sales of High Point died Friday from a self inflicted gunshot wound. He was the son of mrs. J. E. Gibson or. And the late or. Gibson of High Point where he was born. He served with the United states army in Europe during the second world War. A graduate of Mars Hill College he attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and was a former sports writer with the High Point Enterprise. He is survived by his wife mrs. Earl Gibson of Rockingham three children by a previous marriage All of High Point his Mother mrs. J. E. Gibson or. One brother Walter l. Gibson and two Sisters mrs. Josephine Tipton and mrs. Virginia Griffith All of High Point. Funeral will be at i . Monday in first United methodist Church of Rockingham. Burial will be at 4 30 . Monday in Floral Garden Park cemetery in High Point. The family requests that memorials be directed to boys Home at Lake acc maw. Charlie added age 59, Dies Charlie Mae added 59, resident of 408 Monnell dr., died saturday at 5 10 . In the High Point memorial Hospital where he had been a patient since wednesday when he suffered a heart attack. He was born March 8,1914, in Moore county a son of William m. And Maggie Williams added. Or. Added had been a resident of the High Point Vicinity since 1935 and was last employed at Clyde Pearson inc. Until his retirement in 1972. He was a Veteran of world War ii having served in the . Navy. Or. Added was a member of Loyal order of the Moose and first Baptist Church of Carthage. On sept. 30. 1960, he was married to the former miss Lois Stout who survives of the Home. Surviving in addition to the wife Are one daughter mrs. Jack Becky Talbert of Carolina Beach three stepdaughters mrs. Marvin Harold Vola Ann Stutts of it. 4, Thomasville mrs. Sylvia Bowers of 2328 Edgewood dr., and mrs. Gary Sally Hassell of it. 6 Winston Salem one Stepson Bobby Smith of it. 5 two grandchildren five step grandchildren one sister mrs. Leroy Mary Leuvan of Lake Crest drive one brother Robert added of Burlington his Mother mrs. Maggie Williams added of Carthage. Funeral will be held monday at 3 30 . At Cumby Chapel by the Rev. Charles h. Stafford. Interment will follow in the Floral Garden Park cemetery the body will remain at the Cumby mortuary until placed in the Chapel 30 minutes prior to the service. The family will be at the funeral Home sunday from 7 until 9 . Mrs. Smith Dies at 77 Thomasville a mrs. Mary Epps Smith 77, of it. 6. High Point Road widow of Sulon e. Smith was dead on mrs. Saunders dead at 73 mrs. Rose Billie Mills Saunders 73, of Maryfield nursing Home tied saturday in Maryfield arrival at Community Gen Ltd nursing Home where she had Erat Hospital saturday at i been a patient for two years . Following two years of declining health. Mrs. Smith was born in Montgomery county sept. 20, 1896, to Spencer and Lorena Morris Epps and had lived in Thomasville since 1928. She was last employed at Adams Millis in High Point and was a member of first Baptist Church and a member of the Fidelis sunday school class at the Church. Her husband died May 9, 1967. Surviving Are two daughters mrs. Harvey Lois Frazier of it. 6 and mrs. Thomas Margaret Honeycutt of 804 Mendenhall St. Four Sisters mrs. J. W. Ledwell of 215 w. Lexington ave., High Point. Miss Ina a. Epps and Myrtle Epps both of 205 w. Lexington ave., High Point and mrs. Lucian Williams of 1139 Tabor St., High Point one brother. Albert l. Epps of 1431 Fouts St., High Point eight grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Funeral will be conducted at 4 . Monday in j. C. Green and sons Chapel by or. Joseph Paul Hester. Burial will be in Thomasville City cemetery. The family will be at the funeral Home sunday from 7 to 9 . The family will be at the funeral Home sunday from 7 to 9 . The family requests any memorials May be directed to the first Baptist Church. Benjamin f. Stead Wilmington Benjamin Franklin Steed 63, of Wilmington died Friday after a Short illness. He was born in High Point april to 1910. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Mary dowdy Steed of the Home one daughter mrs. Joseph Schlegel of Wilmington and one son chief a sgt. Jack h. Steed of Robbins air Force base in Georgia his Mother mrs. Florence Steed Weaver of High Point and one grandson. Funeral will be held sunday at 4 . In the Chapel of Andrews mortuary. Interment will be in Oleander memorial gardens. Rain is Likely in area today the Prospect for rain will increase today according to the forecast for the High Point area. The Weatherman at the regional Airport said skies Over the area Are expected to remain Cloudy during the Day and night and on monday. Mrs. Saunders was born May 3, 1900, in Boston mass., a daughter of Edgar and Nell Quinn Mills. She was educated at Peter Brent Hospital school of nursing. A resident of High Point for 49 years she was married to or. S. Stewart Saunders. He died october 24. 1971. She was a sustaining member of the High Point Junior league. She was Active in establishment of the red. Cross in High Point and taught Home nursing in High Point City schools. She was a member of High Point memorial Hospital Guild. Guilford county medical auxiliary Emerywood country club a member and past member of Owca Board. She was a member of Saint Mary a episcopal Church a past member of the altar Guild and past president of the episcopal Church women of Saint Mary a Church. Surviving Are one daughter. Mrs. Scott Sylvia James of Florence. S.c., one son Stanley Saunders or. Of Atlanta a. Four grandchildren one sister mrs. Theodore Bulten of Hillsboro . Funeral will be held at 2 . Tuesday in Saint Mary a episcopal Church by the Rev. William p. Price. Burial will be in the Church Yard cemetery. The body was cremated. The family requests that memorials be made to Saint Mary a episcopal Church rather than to the funeral. The family will be at the Home of or. And mrs. Alex Rankin 427 Woodbrook dr., monday. Mrs. Emma Liles Charlotte mrs. Emma Welch Liles 80, of 201 Mecklenburg ave., Charlotte died saturday at her Home. Mrs. Liles was born sept. 6, 1894, in Dorchester county . A daughter of John c. And Julia Owens Welch. She was educated at Carlyle finishing school at Bamburg . A resident of Charlotte since 1926, she was the widow of Sherwood e. Liles. She was a member of Hawthorne Lane United methodist Church. A surviving Are five daughters miss Julia Liles of High Point mrs. Harry g. Long of Gastonia mrs. Donald r. Moore of Charleston w. Va., mrs. Walter a. Henderson of Charlotte and mrs. James b. Suiter Columbus Ohio four sons Sherwood e. Liles jr., John r. Liles and Jack s., Liles All of Virginia Beach va., and or. George w. Liles Concord. Mrs. Morton 64, succumbs mrs. Annie Pearl Huffman Morton a resident of 605 Baker re. Died saturday in High Point memorial Hospital she had been in declining health four months and in critical condition one week mrs. Morton was born feb. 29.1909. In Harnett county to William and Dora Gregory almonds and had been a resident of High Point and Vicinity 48 years. She was a retired employee of Crown hosiery. A member of Calvary Church of the Nazarene and the salvation army. In 1924 she was married to Daniel Dewey Huff Man who died on oct. 15, 1955. In 1963 she was married to John a. Morton who survives of the Home. Surviving in addition to her husband Are four daughters mrs. Odell Doris Hunt of route 4. Mrs. David Mary Lou Harris of route 5. Mrs. Freck Janet Jones of Model farm Road and mrs. Linda Laughlin of Thomasville six sons. D. A Huffman of 613 Copeland. J. E Huffman of route 4, Paul Wesley Huffman of Kivett dr., Robert Joe Huffman of 1415 n. Hamilton St., Norman James Huffman of it. 5. Asheboro and Harry Lee Huffman of it. 5, Asheboro two Brothers Vance almonds of Erwin and Robert almonds of Fayetteville three Sisters mrs. James Sloan and mrs. Melvin Pearl both of Erwin and mrs. De Neil of Matthews 21 grandchildren funeral will be conducted monday afternoon at 2 . At Calvary Church of the Nazarene by the Rev. R. E. Dean and the Rev. Woodrow w. Robbins. Burial will be in Lebanon United methodist a Church cemetery. The body will remain at Cumby mortuary until placed in the Church 30 minutes prior to the service. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 to 9 and at the Home of sons at 1415 n. Hamilton St. And 613 Copeland St. Police car Pursuit ends in collision a police car chasing an alleged traffic violator collided with the vehicle under Pursuit saturday evening on Baker Road. The policeman sgt. J. A. Bowers of the High Point i police dept., said he forced the other vehicle onto the shoulder of the Road immediately after the collision. Cited on charges of Drunken driving having no operators License and failing to heed. Blue Light and Siren was Stephen Howard Hamilton 18. Of Roy Avenue the Driver of the second vehicle. A Highway patrolman investigated the Accident since it occurred just North of the High Point City limits. He listed damages to both the police car and the Type vehicle driven by Hamilton at $500 each no injuries resulted from the wreck. On saturday three people were charged with shoplifting at Kmart according to police records. Arrested on warrants signed by store employees were Ethel Kiger Lemmons 59, of Kernersville who is accused of taking $3 54 Worth of jewelry and buttons Roland Boyce 25, charged with taking a pair of shoes and Renea Goode. 17, of Meredith Street who is alleged to have stolen a pair of sandals and a Silver Cross with a total value of $5.74 the manager of red Dot sup Erette discovered the theft of $297 Worth of meat from the store when he opened it saturday police reports indicate. B b morning told officers that he found that three sides of beef and two hams were missing from his inventory. In other incidents. John Alvin Smith of Lexington reported that a gun and scope Worth $53 had been removed from his pickup truck while he was eating lunch saturday at Broadway billiards. A bicycle theft was reported to police by Lewis Banks of Buren Street. The five Speed bicycle is valued at $50. Among arrests made Friday and saturday cited for Drunken driving were John Henry Robbins 42. Of it. I Jamestown John l. Smith of Park Street and Hay Bobby Locklear of Adams Street. Also Dewey Garland Hewett. 18, was arrested for allegedly assaulting officer w. C. Hartley of the High Point police dept. By hitting him on the jaw. A charge of assault by pointing a gun was lodged against John Wells of Taylor Street by g b Alford for an incident that reportedly occurred Friday. High Point Enterprise sunday february 24, 1974 5d dial 885-2 77 to place your classified services and repairs 13. Landscaping a Yard work plow toners or cd Yards and Sef it a a 882>% Sandy Loam to soil i a fill o to Sandrock Cavel a Mason Centre or Fifer Sand. Call Larry r. Hui or. Inc. 431-5416. Landscaping designer b. S. A horticulture. Plan now for Spring planting. Foundation a Garden. 888 7143. Announcements i. Announcements for Quot a lob Well done feeling Quot clean carpels with Blue Lustre. Rent electric Shampooer St. Huffman paint a wallpaper. A attention Bustness men i do you Uke racing Here s your Chance to advertise or sponsor on a limited sportsman race car. To deductible and Opportunity to see Mcaa finals live. Of interested write Box a a 16, co the Enterprise. Stop a line know a drug Pusher for action to help eliminate this problem cell Stop line at 889-7867 Day or night. _ Appl tree Enterprise to n. Vein upholstery fabrics at bargain. Sportswear lingerie a sizes 3 to 46. 7. Card of thanks the family of the late Horace Lee Garvin is deeply grateful for All of the Many kind expressions of sympathy received during their hour of bereavement. The Garvin Riley a Cole family Backhoe w. H. Lamb a son inc. Backhoe service. Hauling loading ditching Light grading a landscaping. Residential commercial a Industrial. High Point �?�69-6111, Winston a Salem 769-9712. Red top soil Sandrock gravel Backhoe work. Edgewood truck ing co. 475-1573 or 472-3385. 14. Remodelling amp painting Raynor paint amp aluminium 3512 Main St., Archdale dealer of Alcoa a Reynolds aluminium siding storm doors windows a Awn Mai. 431-5680._ retired plasterer will do Smalt Patch work. 40 years of experience. Phone 882-1844. Mowery awning a improve ment co. Special Winter prices. All work guaranteed. Pm. 886-5497 or 431 Jon. Don Rickert paint contractor. Inferior exterior Home commercial Industrial. Free estimates. 882-3159. Ceramic tile work new amp remodelling work 431-1657 ofter 5 . J. Lost amp found attention experienced firm in All types of remodelling. Specializing in Interior. No lob too big or too Small a All work guaranteed. J. A k. Contractors. 8<2-947s or 885-8513 for free estimates. House painting $25 a room inside also reasonable outside. Call 882-196 steer 5 . Lost red Irish setter. Female. Wearing leather Coiler. Vicinity of Hwy. 8 a Holmes store. Answers to pm. 454-3831 after 5 30 strayed Between h in Point a Thomasville off Engi up rd., White a germen Spitz tamale # mos. Old. J4o identification. Name Quot mittens Quot. Ward offered. 883-5198 o 883 9918. Carpentry roofing siding. Prompt reasonable we need work. Phone 882-4331 after j . Minish aluminium a heating co. All types siding awnings carports. Windows a doors full House blown insulation electric heat furnaces a air conditioning. Free re mates. Financing arranged. Call 454-2045. Found Large mixed bred dog. Mate. Brown and White found in Horne town area. Call 849-4277. Lost Black German Shepherd male dog. Oakview area. Answers to the name phone 849227$, _ Pound ladles watch in City county old. Found 2-15-74. Can be cute med by identifying it Guilford county j sheriff dept. _ _$100 a Reward Tor clue leading to i persons who took tools a gasoline from von Sumner of. 2. Trinity on monday be . 431-201$.__ lost Quot a pair of week rimmed bloc ii j glasses in Black Case with Guilfor optical name on it. Lost i Oakview or Allen Jay Section. Please Ceil 8855940 after 4, weekdays or i an Day lost Black a Brown mixed Shepherd. Male. Wearing Flea Collar. Answers to Quot Teddy. Oakview Community. Pm. 869-5384. Reward uttered. 4. Personals a a a a amp Home building remodelling additions Kitchen cabinets top paths roofing painting furniture showrooms. J. J. White 869-4006, Mike 869-$532. Aluminium siding guttering garages. Roofing windows. I do the Selling i to the work. No middlemen. Can save you Money. Free estimates Roy Gleason improvement co. 885-6510or 454-3831. Carpenter work 20 years experience. Doors windows room additions panelling Etc. Larry Proctor 431-5222._ Webb s roofing a Hove repair. For free estimates. Call 454-u03.__ roofing a porch repair Small carpentry work. Call 885-8336, Glenn Mabe. Painting exterior a Interior. Free estimates. James Mitchell. Call 887-s211. Marriage arrangements Complete within 2 hrs., 8 . To 2 . Monday j through Friday. Call Tor Apo a Thant 8822654, c. Chug a Dana furn. Special com operated cry cleaning. 8 pounds is regular 12. Attendant Avail Labia sat. A Sun. Sunshine laundry u16_ English _ i wanted two Elvis tickets. Will . Writa bus g z c-0 High Point a it err be _ spent 3 hours gelt no s3 of Worth of Gas. My showed me grocery Bill i tainted. Now i m Walt no to Sta j Able work. 431-7202. What Washington will do to help a $#11 our turn Turt 205 modify St Oddoy pm Harr 0 and g builders remodelling a repairs Small or Largo lobs. 25 yrs. Experience la or. Warranty on roots windows doors panelling a other additions. Financing on approved credit. 431 7569 or 882-3027. G a h services pa9lntlng, Interior a exterior Root a Root Patching. Free estimates reason pie rates a depend 5. Instructions temperatures Are expected to reach into the Low to Middle 50s before dropping into the Middle 30s during the night the Weatherman said. High on monday should be in the 50s. The Weatherman said rain is Likely tonight and that there is a Chance of rain monday. The probability of rain will Rise from 20 per cent during the Day to 60 per cent during the night. A funeral will be held at 2 . Monday in Hawthorne Lane United methodist Harch by Rev. J. C. Gilland Rev. Harry g. Long and Rev. John Ferree. Burial will be in Forest Lawn cemetery. The body is at Harry and Bryant Chapel in the Oaks. The family requests that memorials be made to the Hawthorne Lane United methodist Church rather than to the funeral. Percy Robert Smith Advance Percy Robert Smith 86. Of Advance it. I died yesterday at Davie county Hospital. The funeral will be at 2 pm. Sunday at Macedonia moravian Church. He was born in Davie county and was a member of Macedonia moravian Church. Surviving Are a daughter mrs. Dorothy Carter of High Point two sons p. H. Smith of Lexington it. 8, Travis c. Smith of Advance it. I and two Sisters mrs. Lillian Miller of Baltimore md., and mrs. Sid Robertson of Winston Salem. Mrs. Lucy Foster Asheboro mrs. Lucy Irene Foster 85, of Asheboro died saturday at Randolph memorial Hospital following a Short illness. A native of Bladen county she was a member of the first presbyterian Church of Asheboro. Survivors include one brother f. C. Burney of High Point. The body will remain at Pugh funeral Home in Asheboro pending completion of funeral arrangements. Milk panel delays hearing Raleigh a the state milk commission has postponed indefinitely a hearing that had been scheduled Tor feb. 28 in the Ash Ville on a request for control of milk prices at the wholesale and retail Levels. Since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 e. Lexington ave private guitar lessons phone 886-5393 after 4 . Private piano lessons phone 8856698 Atter 6 .______ enrol now k-9 command dog obedience class. Day or evening classes available. For appointment Call 475-/ lob. New careers production of Over 500 000 to we Homes annually creates the demand a or expertly trained set up and service personnel. Mobile treeing Center offers professional training free placement service end guidance to Start your own business of you desire to do so. Acceptance is limited so please Call 704 739-4775 today or write Mobile training Center of. 4, Box 708. Salisbury n c. Mik. Register now Tor beginners and advanced decoupage classes. Learn papier Tola repousse tinsel painting illumination Transfer Art Dacou Paga under Glass and More. Register also Tor the new Tole painting classes. Mary Carter paint store 1312 Main St. 8828915 or 88 2-1483 House need repairing need i rooms added All work guaranteed satisfactory. Free self mates Given. Call r. L. Smith a son 431-8600 will do room additions cabinets roofing carports siding panelling enclosures flooring. Free estimate a reasonable. Cell Bryant construction 4754333. For basement Carport driveways i floors a estimate Call Jerry s con i Crete finishing 886-5716 Gutter work install. Clean repair. Galvanized painted or paint grip. 4754238 or 475-j 1586._ painting a papering. Sober dependable workmen. All work first class Call Guy Fisher 882-1113. Haroy n t Contr actors a inferior a exterior cell 885-5677 after 5 p. M. I plasterer. Specializing in Patch work a repairs. Reasonable rates. No lob too arg or Small. 882-611. Too masonry work carpentry work a painting under pinning also Small repair lobs. For information Call Donnie 475-9246. 7. Travel opportunities 882-2555 885-2145 66 filter by i mat iou Al sect of Moh to clan drive our car travel almost free Philadelphia los Angeles. Palm Springs Kansas City Boston Raleigh san Diego new York St. Louis. Cleveland san Antonio and Many other cities 883-7532 Auto driveway 116 Westchester anyone interested in a car Pool to Winston Salem 4 . A 12 . Shift. Mon. Fri. Call 885-5899. Remodelling a repair work. Masonry work carpentry roofing a painting. Car Shore const. Co. 476-4577.__ Carpenter work. Room additions remodelling panelling cabinets. Con tract new Homes. Free . 431-7338. Triad aluminium co aluminium siding storm windows a doors car ports awnings a guttering. 431-6430. Carpentry a Mason a r y Wor k done. Smell lobs desired. Phone 869-3062 or 869-4767. 15. Septic tank service Simmy James Clifton Moore pm. Wesley memorial United methodist Church Charles Marshall Whitely 3 pm. Jamestown United methodist Church incomplete mrs. Rose Mills Saunders services and repairs 13. Landscaping a Yard work mortuary phone 885-5045 102 Chestnut or. Incomplete mrs. Annie Pearl Huttman Morton de Smith s septic tank service pumping repairing custom ditching. Office end Plant 431-1812 Home 431 4724. Septic tanks cleaned Gerald Leonard 431-4414 or 454-1401. R in a tanks pc leaned a Call Thomas Malone _43 6239. 16. To a radio repair Ralph s radio and to service 502 e. Washington. Expert service on co Lor to Pm 882-3422 or 862-607j. 17. Upholstering a repairing Sandrock a fill dirt we deliver a Ltd. C. E. Simmons pm. Day g Boro 199-5166. Night High Point 454-2380 for grading and Lawn seeding. Also Sandrock or gravel. Call Branson Holland 431-1654. _ Arnold s custom hauling Sandrock fill dirt Rock a Graval driveway work a top soil. 431-4/19, Atter 6 . Triad tree service All tree we a landscaping gravel Sandrock. Free es., insured. 431-2875 any Type loader tractor work. Fill dirt. Gravel a Oak firewood tall 431-3123. Williams landscaping any Type. Haul Sandrock a gravel. Call Prentiss Williams 475-1607._______ c amp b tree service Complete tree care landscaping insured firework phone 431-6748. Landscaping shrubbery a Yard work. Trees trimmed. 869-3182. Piedmont landscaping. Drive a parking area scraped Light grading gravel Sandrock a till dirt. Pm 884 8315_____ j. R. Welch landscaping. Sandrock gravel Trees Cut trash hauled Pine logs a firewood length. 885-9289 or �5-84sl_________ Phagan s Lawn service Lawn mowing $10 up seeding fertilization. Call �83-8179. B a d Witcher Black top soil Sandrock fill dirt gravel driveway work blowing grading a landscaping. Pm 454-1075 a 454 24/2. Will refinish furniture and Luques. Call 31-6517 after 4 p. In. An Martha Ann re upholstery. Free set metes pickup a delivery. 475-1093 8 .-�?To . Bob Burns owner. Quality upholstery. Guaranteed workmanship. Free estimate tree pickup a delivery. 832-8430 or 832-9241, a a upholstering any style. Materials at discount or furnish your own Gilbreth a upholstery 431-2812. E up Holst e r ing Ai f re-1�?,-towering, re i in Gas my Antiques. Large select it is pies. Free pickup a delivery la. Bookkeeping a in. Tax income Tex bookkeeping a notary assistance. Call 885-0250 8 to 5 p mor 431-1773 after 5 . A vex a a to income tax returns prepared in your Home or my office. All state a Federal forms $4 a up. Evenings or weekends 885-8513. I no ome tax Assi St a no e on St of # a Federal forms. In my Home. $5 a up. 882-1426. Income tax service confidential personal preparation. Very reasonable rates. Pm 475-68/0 Atter 5 30 week Days anytime weekends. A i no ome tax Prepa Rati on $5.00 up phone 431-6745. 23. Miscellaneous junk car removal. Free of charge. Call Brownie 54-1219 of 454 1908 anytime. A i it i

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