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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 1, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Deaths amp funerals Herman Saunders Dies in Arizona Herman t. Saunders 73, of 2802 w. Foothill dr., Phoenix Ariz., a former resident of 614 e. Lexington ave., died Friday morning at St. Joseph Hospital in Phoenix. He had been in declining health several years and in a critical condition one week. Or. Suanders was bom sept. 21, 1898, in Union county a son of John and Martha Swan Ner Saunders. He was an employee of 0. E. Kearns amp sons inc., having retired in 1962. Or. Saunders had been a resident of Gold Hill until september of 1971, having lived Here in High Point and in Phoenix Ariz. Because of his health. He was a member of Luke a lutheran Church in Gold Hill . On october 5, 1918, he was married to the former Margie Hill who survives of the Home. Also surviving Are three sons Darrell Saunders of 602 High Point and Edward Saunders of Orlando Fla. Four daughters mrs. W. R. Margaret Myrick of 1303 Baker rd., mrs. Cicero Jean Crump of 614 e. Lexington ave., mrs. Winfred Elna Hester of Glendale Ariz., and mrs. Austin Betsy May of i Lexington 20 grandchildren nine great grandchildren and two Sisters mrs. Belle Einhorn and miss Ella Saunders both of William amp Mary apts. Funeral will be held monday at 2 . From the Cumby Chapel. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park Ceme Yery. The body will remain at 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, and at the Home of a daughter mrs. Cicero Crump of 614 e. Lexington ave. Lewallen infant the infant son of Bobby Lee Franklin and Georgia Carolyn Smith Lewallen of 1446 Elgin St., died a few hours following birth Friday in High Point memorial Hospital. Surviving in addition to the parents Are two Brothers Terry and Bobby Lee Lewallen both of High Point three Sisters Diane Lewallen and Sharon Lewallen both of High Point and Pamela Lewallen of the Home and grandparents mrs. Ruby Cartrette of 1444 Elgin St. And John Smith of Salisbury. Graveside services were to have been today at 2 30 . In Guilford memorial Park cemetery by the Rev. Roy Mabe. Club owner wins liquor Sale Case Thomasville judge Hubert Olive or. Granted a motion for dismissal thursday at the conclusion of the state s presentation of evidence in two cases of Possession of alcoholic beverages for the purpose of Sale against the owner operator of Snuckie s private club on Jacob Street. Fred Davis of Winston Salem had been charged after area Law enforcement officers made raids May 27 and june 24 on the club and confiscated intoxicating beverages they said were owned by Davis. A raid also was staged at the club april 15 and Davis was charged with Possession of alcoholic beverages for the purpose of Sale. In that District court Case. Davis was fined $500 and Given a two year suspended sentence. He also was ordered to forfeit his Brown bagging License. The judgment was appealed. Morgan Lee of Bro Erwood drive identified As a member of Snuckie a was fined $100 and costs and placed on probation thursday after he had been convicted of Possession for purpose of Sale during last saturdays raid on the duo. Z00mm there got another owe sole let yours be next list your property with us phone Charles Dixon Ohns on 0 Ixon Ood % w. Arlie Maness Robbins w. Ari in Maness 75, of it. I Carthage died thursday following a heart attack. Maness a retired textile worker was a Moore county native. Survivors Are four daughters mrs. Lillian Pugh and mrs. Nannie Green of Robbins mrs. Edith Pendleton of Canoga Park calif., and mrs. Shirley Maness of it. I Carthage sons Joe Maness of Asheboro Barney and Robert Maness of it. I. Carthage and Howard Maness of cart a Ghe Sisters mrs. Annie Maness o f Robbins mrs. Maggie Brewer of it. I mrs. Etta Stutts of it. 2, Bennett mrs. Ada sea Well of Southern Pines mrs. Edna Smith and mrs. Beulah Paschal of High Point and mrs. Ida Starnes of Concord. The body was to be taken from Kennedy funeral Home in Robbins to the residence at 4 . Today. Funeral will be 2 . Sunday at pleasant Hill United methodist Church. Walker infant Joseph Bryan Walker infant son of Raymond Albert and Joan Harris Walker of it. 2, Asheboro died at birth Friday at 4 3ft . In Community general Hospital Thomasville. Surviving in addition to the parents Are the paternal grandmother mrs. Margaret Walker of it. 2. Asheboro the maternal grandmother amp step Grandfather or. And mrs. William Arnold Morris of Troy great grandparents or. And mrs. R. W. Walker or. Of 1009 Grace St. And mrs. E. T. Wood of it. 2, High Point. Graveside services were to be held saturday at 4 . At it. Pleasant United methodist Church cemetery by the Rev. Charles Walker. W. C. Weatherly Reidsville William Cecil Weatherly 71, of 1010 Cortland ave. Died thursday at Annie Penn Hospital after a heart attack. Weatherly was a native of Guilford county and a retired american tobacco co. Employee. Survivors Are his wife the former Eva Moore sister mrs. Jay Houston Barnes of Greensboro a brother Harry Weatherly of Charlotte and Stepmother mrs. Weatherly of High Point. Funeral will be 3 . Today at Wilkerson Chapel. Burial will be at Friendship United methodist Church in Monticello where he was a member. Mrs. Cucinelly Dies saturday mrs. Ethel Smith Cucinelly 74, of iou Gaines ave., died at 3 10 a in. Saturday in High Point memorial Hospital where she had been a patient for three Days. She had been critically ill for three Days. Mrs. Cucinelly was bom May 21, 1898, in Randolph county a daughter of Willey Franklin and Mary Jeane Hamond Smith. A resident of High Point for 70 years she was married in 1928 to Basquine Cucinelly now deceased for 15 years she was employed at Crown hosiery Mill retiring in 1960. She was a member of Springfield friends meeting and the Clara Cox sunday school class. Surviving Are two Sisters mrs. Rosa Ritchey of Thomasville and mrs. Elmer Eva Hunt of 304 Ottery or and one brother Ernest h. Smith iou Gaines ave. Funeral will be held at 3 . Sunday in Springfield meeting House by the Rev. R. Max Rees. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. The body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home and will be placed in the meeting House 30 minutes before the funeral. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9. T elepbon85-2 3 132 Church a a High , . Tom Phon 883-9686 mrs. Loula beavers mrs. Loula Graham beavers 88. Widow of j. C. Beavers died Friday i n Hopkinsville by. Or. And mrs. Beavers were former residents of Guilford College while or. Beavers served As county farm Extension agent in the Early 1920s, before moving to Kentucky. Mrs. Beavers was named Kentucky Mother of the year in 1959. Mrs. Beavers was bom june 6, 1894, in Robeson county. Included among her survivors is a Niece mrs. John t. Moore or. Of High Point. Funeral services were to be held today in Hopkinsville by. Mrs. Slack 81, Dies Friday mrs. Elizabeth Valentine Slack 81, of 1001 Chestnut St., died in High Point memorial Hospital Friday at 9 15 . Following six weeks hospitalization and several months illness. She was born in Stokes county March 5, 1891, a daughter of Joseph Willis and Guley Chaney Valentine. She was a member of Emerywood Baptist Church the Philathea sunday school class and a charter member of the Actu. She was a member of the tuesday evening Garden club. Surviving is a Foster daughter mrs. Thomas j. Dot Louis of 9h Eastchester or. A brother Joseph Valentine of 401 Ridgecrest dr., one granddaughter and two great grandchildren. Funeral will be conducted in Harold Davis funeral Home sunday at 3 . By the Rev. Hal Shoemaker. Burial will follow in Floral Garden Park cemetery. Tho family will be at the funeral Home saturday from 7 until 9 . W. B. Lilly Dies at 61 Willie Brown Lilly 61, of 503-d Meredith ct., was pronounced dead on arrival at High Point memorial Hospital Friday at 6 15 a in. He was born june 13. 1911, in Norwood a son of the late de and Jennie Swain gang Lilly and had been a resident of High Point for 41 years. He was a member of first Emmanuel Baptist Church and an employee of s a in e t construction co. Survivors include his wife mrs. Marie Lilly of High Point and two Sisters miss Hattie Lilly of Albemarle and mrs. Ada Lilly Wallace of Concord. Funeral will be held monday at 3 . In East Macedonia Baptist Church in Albemarle. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body will remain at Haizlip funeral Home until noon monday when the procession will leave for Albemarle. The family will be at the funeral Home sunday from 7 to 8 . Ollie h. Cappell Reidsville Ollie Huey Capell 82. Formerly of Reidsville. Died Friday in a Durham nursing Home. Cappell was a native of South Caolina and a retired textile worker and member of first Baptist Church in Reidsville. Survivors Are his wife the former Viola Lumpkin Johnson a Stepson. Albert Cappell of High Point and several half Brothers and half Sisters. Funeral will be 2 . Sunday at Wilkerson funeral Chapel. Burial will be in Reid Lawn cemetery. The family will be at the funeral Home 7-9 . Today. Student named Chrissie Harmon of Carter Street was among those students recently named to the Deans list at Greensboro College. She is in her Junior year at the College and is the daughter of mrs. Paul Cook. Chambers Gibson Trueblood services scheduled daily at Wesley Camp meeting the 31st annual John Wesley Camp meeting which got under Way on thursday will continue through july 9, with three preaching sessions daily. The meeting is being held at the Camp grounds on Eastchester drive at its intersection with Bridges Street. The Rev. Wilbur w. Groce president of the Camp meeting said that three evangelists will preach during the daily services at 10 30 a m., and at 2 30 and 7 45 . The visiting ministers Are or. Leon Chambers or. James Gibson and or. J. P. Trueblood. Or. Chambers is a commissioned evangelist in the Church of the Nazarene and is a resident of Gadsden Ala. In addition to his work As an evangelist or. Chambers has served As a pastor District superintendent chairman of the dept of religion at Revecca Nazarene College professor of religion at mid America Nazarene College and director of institutional research at Gadsden state College. This is his first appearance at John Wesley. Or. Gibson of Wilmore ky., is an approved evangelist of the United methodist Church. This is his fourth visit to High Point and the Camp meeting. He has had wide experience As a missionary evangelist in the foreign Field in revivals and in Camp meetings. A general evangelist of the Wesleyan Church or. Trueblood is returning for his third appearance at the Camp meeting. A resident of Hertford. Or. Trueblood is known As a Bible expositor and Camp meeting preacher. Singers Are the Rev. And mrs. Don Rollings of Wilmore by. The Rev. Or. Rollings will direct the congregational my trip to Germany outlined by leak High Point police capt. O. H. Leak reported to the kiwanis club of High Point Friday on an investigative visit to Germany which he made in april. Leak who has special responsibilities concerning Community relations and youth in his duty assignment was one of about 24 Black police officers from around the country who were sent to Europe in an a operation awareness program initiated in the White House. The group travelled Over West Germany appearing before gatherings of american military personnel and listening to their a gripes Quot. Leake said that they found the problem of race relations in the armed forces to be much less serious than some people had presumed and reported he also said that they found men from North Carolina everywhere they went including the prison at Mannheim. One major source of discontent with which he expressed personal sympathy was the fact that duty in Germany does not earn a Soldier a overseas pay although service in the states of Hawaii and Alaska does bring this extra pay. Leak also was impressed that policies established after world War ii in an intent to encourage the recovery of the German Economy such As the operation of All pm a a by German personnel had been so effective that on the one hand civilians of Germany and other european nationalities find employment easy to get while wives of american i s find it almost impossible. Landlords he also said. Would much rather Leos on Long term contracts to europeans than for three years or less to soldiers. He found the dissatisfaction of the Spanish speaking minority in the army to be quite comparable with that of the Blacks. Before leaving Germany leak visited West Berlin where the attitude of the people generally seemed to him to be one of brightness and optimism he also visited East Berlin. A it was a Verv depressing he concluded a to see the expression and posture of hate and of vengeance on the other Side of the ih97 1972 Sechrest service 1301 e Lexington ave 882 2555 or 885 2145 new houses top building list Hing it i 9sf,o0ai intern my 91 new housing provided the punch that pushed the total value of building permits issued during the past few Days by the City a inspection division to $206,245. Freeman Hill chief building inspector issued permits for la new dwellings having a total value of $186,174. Hill also issued nine permits Worth $7,580 for repairs to dwellings 15 permits valued at $4,229 for roofing work nine permits for $5,520 for improvements to dwellings and la permits valued at $2,742 for fencing. The g r Benwood Charles firms received permits for six houses on Warwick and Colony drives the houses will Range in value from $14,250 to $18,174. J. W. Leonard received a permit for a $15,000 House on Boyce Avenue the Dunning construction co. Received permits for two $25,000 houses on Valley Brook drive and George Lamb received permits for two houses costing $12,000 each on Brentwood Street. Saturday John Ethal Dickens ii a Green St be Pelt Church in in in James Whitson Jim Hunsucker j pm Sec or est Cherej eee Harold w. Tullis 4 . Enghild re Bapt St Church Quot mrs. Emma Carter Wells memorial service 4pm secures Chapel sunday mrs. Ethel Cucinelly pm Springfield meeting House mortuary a Ember of the order 0� the go Den Rule Chestnut drive at Broad ave. Phone 885-5045 saturday James Augustus Campbell la am first Church of the Nearen baby boy Lewallen j to graveside service Gilford memorial per cemetery it it it Joseph Bryan Walker 4 graveside service peasant United methodist Church cemetery it it it monday Herman t. Saunders 2 pm. Cumby Chapel buy your. Engagement Diamond in the modern manner select your Quality flawless Fine flair a pay Only for what you get a come in soon Lesi irs phone 1852251 we Are Here 24 882-8121 hours each Day Contact As close As the Telephone High Point Enterprise saturday july i 1972 3a Consumers group Auto insurance rates questioned sic the youth choirs and will give special messages in song for the Camp. His wife will assist him As pianist and also will sing in duets with her husband. On tuesday july 4, or. John r. Church president emeritus of the Camp meeting will preach the 10 30 am. Service. On july 6, missionary Day the 2 30 . Service will be led by or. And mrs. William h. Smith missionaries to Kenya. Africa. The youth workers at the Camp Are or. And mrs. Thomas e. Jennings of Central s c., now in their third year with the Camp. Or. Jennings is a member of the faculty of Central Wesleyan College. The Rev. Or. Groce said that the services and program at the Camp meeting Are open to the Public. Jamestown trash out front ready Jamestown residents of this Community Are being asked to put trash from their houses and Yards out near the Street for removal july 5. Town manager Charles Turner said town employees will begin picking up the trash at 8 a Wednesday following the july 4 Holiday. He asked that everything be placed behind the curb line in order to keep materials out of the Street. Turner also urged resident to separate Brush from other items of trash which they might place in front of their Homes. Town employees will carry away a anything two men can lift a Turner said. Residents will have the remainder of this weekend and the july 4 Holiday itself to clean their Yards and garages and houses of materials which no longer have any value Turner said. The after july 4th pickup of our family serving your Raleigh of a spokesman for the North Carolina Consumers Council says that the state should not be in the Price fixing business for the automobile insurance Industry. An attorney for the Council Thomas j. Bolch of Raleigh testified Friday before the governors study commission on automobile liability insurance and rates. Bolch said the legislature has enacted Laws which allow the state to do what would be a felony for the insurance companies themselves t o do set uniform statewide Auto liability insurance rates. And he said the state has compounded the felony by a requiring every Man woman and child who owns an automobile in North Carolina to buy automobile liability insurance at monopoly the commission also heard North Carolina attorneys and Independent insurance agents recommend establishment of a modified no fault liability insurance program. Another member of the Consumers Council Ruth e. Cook said the Council tentatively supports a modified no fault plan. Mrs. Cook said the Council also wants the legislature to do something to depopulate the assigned risk category. She said assigned risk should be applicable Only in Case of convictions involving moving accidents. A would this commission consider the possibility of letting the state handle insurance for those persons considered High risk a she asked. A the state would Issue the policy set the premiums and pay the the chairman of a North Carolina bar association study committee. Walter Brinkley said the attorneys no fault plan would provide medical Hospital and income disability benefits As Well As funeral benefits to All persons injured or killed in a traffic Accident. Medical and Hospital benefits of up to is .500 per person would be provided during the 12 months after an Accident subject to a $50 deductible. The maximum disability benefits would be $150 a week. The Independent insurance agents plan would exempt vehicles such As transport trucks and those used in Commerce Industry and government. It would include personal j trash and Brush is a part of a series of pick ups the town conducts each year. Injury coverage up to a maximum of $5,000 per person and provisions for too per cent disability benefits. Liability rate hike requested Raleigh a the insurance Industry in North Carolina is seeking a 10.6 per cent increase in the rates for Auto liability insurance. The North Carolina administrative office filed its annual rate request with insurance commissioner Edwin Lanier Friday. Lanier granted on May 26 a 7.4 per cent increase in liability rates but the state attorney general a office took the Case to the state court of appeals. Paul l. Mize general manager of the rate office said the 10.6 per cent request was conditional upon court action on the 7.4 per cent hike and upon application o f Federal Price commission regulations. A in effect if the rate increase approved had not been appealed no Over All statewide rate level increase would be requested in this Mize said. He said if the 7.4 per cent hike is cleared by the court the new request would be reduced proportionately. The 7.4 per cent hike includes restrictions imposed under Federal Price regulations. Mize said that if current Federal regulations were applied the proposed 10.6 per cent hike would be reduced to about 7 per cent. In the filing the Industry also renewed its request for creation of rate districts in the state. Mize said insurance losses have been noticeably different in various regions of the state although a the private passenger car rate level in each territory is the same Williams Flowers a Quality Flowers e profession Al service 3013 English to. Men in <161 free. At Home or office hearing Aid test amp trial Piedmont hearing Aid Center too n main High Point Smira on Moitt main Hook Frei Pakk ing in Sbei Olon to phone 883 781 5 Wiki re a a a a a a a or jilt i Hulk a. A i .1. In let i i m no i i Al i a melt by a a i ii i his i intr ret h i wire i or or 4 a tim in of i Onur an insider s tips on fishing fish wardens across tile country agree roughly 20 percent of to e nation s fishermen catch 80 percent of the fish. Luck no say the experts. A a fish Are no great s Akes on brains. Yet they outwit son e a otherwise Brainy anglers. The reason s simple. Fish do things logically. Anglers often Don t. In this weeks cover feature. James Joseph shares five expert tested tips tor improving your technical know How and increasing your percent of the catch. With practice patience and familiarization anyone can Jon the one in five group who reel in four of every five fish caught in our lakes streams and surf. In the sunday Magazine of the High Point Enterprise

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