High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jul 2 1972, Page 9

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 2, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Holiday weekend six Are killed in Road mishaps by the associated press the Highway patrol says that at least six persons have been killed in traffic accidents in North Carolina thus farm during the july 4 Holiday weekend which runs until Midnight tuesday. The deaths brought North Carolinas traffic toll for the year to 875. This compared with 815 during the corresponding period of last year. James Ray Moore 78, of Lenoir died when a car in which he was Riding ran off 1-40 four Miles West of Marion and struck an embankment. A 49-year-old woman Genora Womble Braswell of it. 3, Siler City was killed in a wreck on a Rural Road near Goldston in Chatham county. The patrol the patrol said his speeding car ran off the Road and he was thrown out. Seventeen year old Anthony Harris of Clinton died of injuries suffered when an Auto made a turn into the path of his convention of the 1.2-million ame Church electing Bishops Dallas Tex. A representatives of the african methodist episcopal Church began electing new Bishops saturday to replace four who left office two involuntarily. The quadrennial governing High Point Enterprise sunday july 2, 1972 9a Church role in Appalachia is considered motorcycle at Clinton. Bible school gains noted by baptists Nashville term. A 1971 increase in professions of Faith enrolment attendance said mrs. Braswell a car ran enrolment Mission Stop sign and was struck by an a Quot a is an prospects have other vehicle. Been reported for the Southern Ernest Jones 17, of it. convention vacation Whitakers was fatally injured a he school. In a mishap on a Rural Road according to the Southern t four Milos West of sunday school boy re Izard Tot Manv Bis tops mount Tho patrol said Tho oar there wore 45,016 professions of urn o Lher in which he was Riding hit a Faith in i compared with for Exra funds even when Bridge and overturned into a �-%3 in 1970 enrolment Foris unauthorized. Member denomination predominantly Black concludes a 12-Day meeting sunday. In earlier sessions the convention suspended one Bishop and forced retirement of another. Two others stepped Down voluntarily. Bishop w. F. Ball of South Carolina was ousted on charges of malfeasance and mis administration. Critics claimed he had imposed unauthorized financial assessments against churches in his District. He was suspended for a four year period. The denominations senior Bishop i. Ward Nichols said Lexington by. A where does the Church fit into the web of Public and private efforts to improve life in Appalachia to try to find out and to learn More about the people and conditions in the mountains a Seminary professor and four students set out in a station Wagon last Winter to study the Region from Georgia to Southern Ohio. A Appalachia was virtually new to All of us a said or. Newton Fowler jr., associate professor of social ethics at the Lexington theological Seminary. The closest previous Contact any of the group had had with people of the area he said was one student a who worked one summer with appalachian migrants in the inner City in a i was curious about this Region so close at hand a said the 41-year-old professor who came Here from Atlanta two years ago. A also Many of those being educated Here will be serving churches in cities where appalachians have migrated a he said. The three men and one woman who accompanied Fowler prepared for the month Long experience by Reading a number of books for background. Each then kept a journal in which to record his impressions As the party travelled last january. A one of the things we All came away with a Fowler said a was the idea that there Are Many appalachian geographically geologically economically and a we were also struck by the Independence of the people a he said a their desire to be their own Man to be free yet in their Freedom become bound to social and economic factors Over which they have no a they accept welfare and food Stamps because they have to yet wish things could be otherwise. They want to work out their rhythm of life but its not yet Industrial. When its time to go Coon Hunting they go a he said. The trip was planned in consultation with the Knoxville based commission on religion in Appalachia Cor which Fowler called a the most inter denominational Agency in the its members Span the Gamut of religious belief from Liberal to fundamental yet work together a to meet the human needs of the area a he said. The group visited such Long time Church supported facilities As orphanages settlement schools and visiting nurse clinics As Well As such new style operations As a feeder pig program near Jackson ky., and other grass roots economic ventures. Mai to s and stereos to rental inc. Rent to own serving High Point and Thomasville 882-8319 it j Creek. Burt Jones 49, of it. 2, Vanceboro was killed when a hit and run vehicle hit him on . 118 eight Miles West of Vanceboro. Wilson Carl Harrison 61, of Macon was killed on u s. 401 four Miles South of Warrenton. Escapee wanted for 2 murders 1971 was 3,213,473 and 3,212,463 for 1970. I a if someone comes to you for average attendance showed a help such As a Church needing gain of approximately 78,000 figures for 1971 show 2,490.513 while 1970 figures list 2,412.058. Adult enrolment increased by about 5,000. In 1971, 25,880 adults were enrolled in vacation Bible school while 20.871 enrolled during funds to keep from having a mortgage foreclosed what Are you to do its illegal but what can you do a he asked. Similar charges against three other Bishops John d. Bright of Philadelphia a. H. N. Robinson of Birmingham ala., 1970. The number of Mission and e. L. Hickman of Atlanta schools increased from 657 in Gay were dismissed after 1970 to 1,904 in 1971. Being examined by the Confer prospects increased from ence 899.901 in 1970 to 1,263.757 the u _ t e. Next Vear 0ne Bishop o. L. Sherman i i of Austin Texas 75, was forced to retire under a 1968 Church Bio eater a requiring retirement at 73. Bishop Joseph Gomez of the Fayetteville . A the elephant is a strict vege Church s Central Africa District a Cumberland county sheriff tarian. Its daily requirements sought and received voluntary i 1 3are a Quarter ton of Early retirement while Bishop w. G. Clark said saturday he had issued warrants for the arrest of an escaped convict from Missouri for the murder of two Parkton women last week. Clark said the Man being sought was Roger Lee Mcqueen 33, a native of Hayden ky., who had been serving time for murder in a Missouri prison since 1963 Clark said Mcqueen escaped on february la. The sheriff said he was believed to be in the company of a female accomplice. Barbara Ann Kaiser 24, of Gary in Dina. The bodies of the two women mrs. Wilma Norris 30, and Linda Lingle 20, were found june 24 in the Norris Home. Clark admitted saturday that the Norris Home was a Brothel. Both women had been shot in the head. Clark described Mcqueen As extremely dangerous and armed. He said the Fri has also issued warrants against the pair for interstate flight to avoid prosecution. _ Green fodder a or about 150 pounds of Hay a and 50 Gallons of water. G. Wayman Blakely of Miami fla., asked for and was granted inactive status. Along an extra pair z lost or broken glasses can Dampen a vacation. Let Galeski make you an extra pair to take along. We can obtain your prescription from the glasses you Are wearing. Westchester mall phone 883-4315 special july 3rd amp 4th piano Sale new spinet pianos with Bench Reg. �?T787.50 $550�� Model 525b a Yamaha a Everett a Kohler amp Campbell a Cable amp Nelson to of will hold the piano of your Choice. Sale ends july 4th at 6 . All brands of pianos Are specially priced for this Sale a free delivery a free tuning Over 40 models for your Choice a benches included in we will be open july 4th_ Harris music co. Since 1939 Quot High Point s prestige music Center since 1939 2432 English re. Call 885-0003 of living what do you need or want save for it at. First Federal passbook savings account earns % per annul compounded quarterly a no minimum a no notice any amount open a savings account saving certificates 5 >/4 % 6 months certificates earn 5h% per annul compounded quarterly. $5,000.00 or More. A 3/a one year earn 5 r Peran num /4 / j certificates compounded quarterly. $10,000.00 or More. 6% two year earn 6?c per annul it Dirir. It e compounded quarterly. Certificates Mvi no \ s20.000.00 or Morel. Save by monday july 10th earn from july 1st. Quot where you save does make a difference Chi slav savings and l Gan Home office 620 n. Main St. Open Mon. Thru thurs. 8 45 to 4 45 . Fridays to 6 . Jamestown office 108 e. Main St. It

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