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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 6, 1976, High Point, North Carolina So High Point Enterprise tuesday july 8, 1976 c deaths and funerals Gordon rites set wednesday Thomasville Roy Glenn Gordon 67, of by i. Trinity was dead on arrival Al Randolph memorial Hospital in Asheboro monday at 2 30 he had been in declining health he was bom in Randolph county a son of Ivey and Emma Morris Gordon and was a lifelong resident of Randolph county he was a retired self employed Painter and a . Air Force Veteran of world War ii surviving Are his wife. Mrs Millie Kudley Gordon of the Home and two Sisters. Mrs Ada Blackburn of Fisher ferry Street and miss Pearl Gordon of it i Trinity funeral will be 4 pm. Wednesday at j c Green a and sons Chapel by the Rev Lee Roy Hunt and the Rev Luther c. Harris burial will be in pleasant Grove United methodist Church cemetery in Randolph county the family will be at the Blackburn residence at 406 Fisher ferry St and at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9 Ervin a. Brown Thomasville a Ervin Alexander Brown 81, of by 2. In Kington died monday night in the Randolph memorial Hospital in Asheboro or Brown was bom in Yadkin county on nov la 1894 he was a retired Farmer and a methodist survivors include his wife mrs Eunice Sneed Brown of the Home one step daughter. Mrs James Dellinger of Cherryville one Stepson Bill in Sneed of Cherryville and six step grandchildren funeral will be wednesday at la a in in the Siler funeral Home Chapel burial will be in the Aracadia United methodist Church cemetery the body will remain at the funeral Home until the hour of the funeral mrs Evelyn Bennett Kernersville mrs. Evelyn Mccuiston Bennett 58, of los Angeles. Cali died there last thursday. She was born in Kernersville surviving Are her husband of the Home two sons and two daughters three grandchildren. Three Sisters. Mrs c. C idol of Winston Salem. Mrs Frank 0 Brian of Greensboro and mrs Lehoy Errickson of High Point. And six Brothers. N j and e v Mccuiston. Both of High Point. Clarence c. And t l Mccuiston. Both of Winston Salem Felix Mccuiston of Long Beach Calif. And o t Mccuiston of Jacksonville. Fla graveside service will be at la thursday at it Lur cemetery in Kernersville the family will be at funeral Home wednesday night 7 to 9 mrs. Velura Brady mrs Velura Hayworth Brady 95. Of 1952 e main St Spartanburg sc., died sunday in a Spartanburg Hospital she was born in High Point a daughter of James m and Roxanna Elliott Hayworth she was a member of first Baptist Church in Spartanburg surviving Are a son John p Brady of Florida and a sister mrs Jennie h. He de cock of High Point funeral will be at 3 . Wednesday at floyds Greenlawn Chapel in Spartanburg burial will be in Greenlawn memorial gardens George f. Owen or. Lexington George f Owen or79, of route 7. Died monday night in Golden age nursing enter in Lexington or Owen was a native of Davidson county and a member of hallways Baptist Church he was a retired furniture worker survivors include his wife mrs Frankie Wall Owen three daughters mrs Bill Yarborough of Lexington. Mrs Sid Hunt and mrs Robert Darr. Both of it 6, Lexington three sons George f Owen or. Of it 7, Lexington Oneil Owen of it 6, Lexington and Luther Owen of Denton and 14 grandchildren funeral will be at 2 wednesday in hallways Baptist Church by the Rev Ronald Chapman burial will be in the Church cemetery the body will remain in Lanier Briggs funeral Home until thirty minutes before the Church service the family will be at the funeral Home fron 7 to 9 tonight and at the Home of Robert Darr on Floyd Church Road Jack Caviness Siler City Jack Caviness 61, of re i Bear Creek died sunday night in constant care nursing Center in Siler City he was a native of Chatham county a retired Farmer and a member of Brush Creek Baptist Church surviving Are a sister. Mrs Lewis Irene of it i. Bear Creek a brother. Joe a Caviness of it i Bear Creek a half sister. Mrs Frances Spivey of it i Bear Creek his Stepmother mrs Sallie Caviness of re i. Bear Creek three stepsisters mrs Charles Harris. Mrs Ethel Cooper and mrs Robie Phillips or allot Siler City and three Stepbrother. John Brooks of Ramseur and James and Bob Brooks both of Siler City. Funeral was to be today at 3 p in in Brush Creek Baptist Church by the Rev de Leader and the Rev Robert Ray burial was to be in the Church cemetery. R. E. Boone Mooresville Ralph Luray Boone 53, of route 4 died in Iredell memorial Hospital in Statesville on sunday he was born in Jenkin Jones w Ajune 19,1923, a son of the late Robert Lee Boone and mrs. Maydell Kendrick Boone of Bluefield a he was a Foreman with Daniels construction co. And was a Veteran of world War in he was a member of Bluefield masonic Indge. On aug 14, 1948, he married Carolyn tuck she survives of the Home. Surviving in addition to his wife Are three sons Glenn n. Boone of Charlotte Garry d. Boone of Kingsport tenn., and Roger k. Boone of the Home one sister mrs. Jess w Wooten of Bluefield w. A. One brother Dennis r. Boone of Philadelphia a. And one grandson funeral was to be at la inlay at Southside Baptist Church by the Rev Phate w. Mcswain or entombment will be in Woodlawn memorial cemetery in Bluefield w a High Point Man drowns at Lake Brian Keith Wiley 20, of 401-b Park St., drowned while swimming in High Hock Lake monday afternoon Davidson county sheriff s deputies report that Wiley and three other High Point youths. Thersa Roberts Linda Lydia Harrell and Donald Hunt said they witnessed Wiley jumping from Flat swamp Bridge around 4 45 p in one of the youths said he had jumped twice from the Bridge but that when Wiley jumped he never surfaced he was born in Guilford county feb. 20. 1956, a son of Billy Ray and Margaret Stiles Wiley. He had been a resident of High Point most of his life having lived in Florida for about three years he attended High Point City schools and was employed by w. A. Davis milling co surviving Are his Mother and Stepfather or and mrs Paul Snider of the Home one brother sgt David Ray Wiley with the . Army in Germany one sister. Miss Virginia Lee Jenny Stiles of 932-a Randolph St. Maternal grandparents. Mrs Dessie Mildred Stiles of 932-a Randolph St. And paternal grandparents. Or. And mrs. P w Wiley of 2402 Clifton St the body is at Cumby mortuary on Chestnut drive funeral arrangements Are incomplete . Forges into forefront of foreign Trade activities by Bill Noblitt Raleigh it will take some months a possibly a year or two a but North Carolina is moving to the front in capturing foreign Trade activities two factors Are at work there is growing interest across the state in foreign Trade zone legislation tucked away in the states appropriations Bill by the recent session of the general Assembly Trade experts foresee a major shift to Industrial firms from Japan and Western Europe to the United states Charlotte is in the Lead in terms of establishing foreign Trade zone facilities the chamber of Commerce in that City pushed the idea Early gaining support from officials of the state department of natural and economic resources and from the state ports authority. Then chamber president William j. Veeder and the Mecklenburg legislative delegation worked at getting state authority to use Federal foreign Trade zone provisions adopted by the general Assembly even though Only budgetary matters were on the Agenda at the May session. That was accomplished by wording which allowed the Industry Hunting Agency to spend Money for the purpose. Charlotte sources remain mum on what is developing in that area As a result of the push for foreign Trade zones but it is known that things Are moving in the direction of a facility of several acres in the form of an Industrial Park in which several foreign firms would be quartered. The attractiveness of the foreign Trade zone concept is Board okays Resolution to purify environment by Jim Hawkins Enterprise staff writer Greensboro a Guilford county commissioners today approved a Resolution setting out an environmental Bill of rights after hearing or Paul Lutz representative of the advisory Board for environmental Quality emphasize that a clean air and water Are just As much a right As life Liberty and the Pursuit of Lutz said the Resolution establishing the county s policy to Quot assure for All the people of Guilford county a Safe healthful productive and aesthetically and culturally pleasing environment is the first for any local government in the nation. He noted that the declaration of Independence 200 years ago. A set Forth Basic human rights a but made no references to environmental problems a because there were none 200 years ago when the population was Small and there was very Little Industry he said since then environmental problems have suddenly worsened to the Point where the nation now has limited resources and an increasing number of people needing the Lutz said it is now time to reassess rights in order to assure a pleasant and healthful environment. Break in from Lage Ibi drink bottle through a $200 plate Glass window at Harris music store this morning officers said they discovered the vandalism when they responded to the burglar alarm. Arrests included Samuel Franklin jr., 25, of s. Elm Street. William Allen Morton 61, of Steele Street Karl Henry Robinson. 17, of Anaheim Street and Melvin Tuggle 43, of n Centennial Street All four charged with Drunken driving Eddie May Moore 33, of e. Washington drive larceny Daisy Mae Marshall 22, of Fern Street turning in a false fire alarm Ella Jean Perry 26, of Pickett place assault and resisting arrest and Stephen Wayne Beeson of Barratt drive possessing Beer under age and contributing to the delinquency of a minor 311 in Archdale to be improved Gastonia the state Board of transportation meeting in Gastonia Friday not Only approved the improvement of main Street . 3111 through the City of Archdale but it also gave a nod of approval to resurfacing the Highway from the Archdale Southern City limits to the Junction with . 220 at Whitehall. Robert Vaughn of High Point District Highway commissioner reports Vaughn said main Street through Archdale will be upgraded and a two foot shoulder built on each Side of the Roadway which carries one of die heaviest traffic loads in Randolph county. Vaughn said the state Board went further and agreed to resurface the remainder of the Road which dead ends at Whitehall a distance of about 15 Miles that portion which extends from the Guilford county line to the Northern Archdale City limits will also get a two foot shoulder on each Side the upgrading of the stretch through the City a distance of i 51 Miles will Cost approximately $55,000, Vaughn noted that goods could be imported from foreign areas for warehousing and distribution manufacturing processes or Assembly and processing without the import duties paid at the time of receipt. Duties would be collected when imported items were shipped for Sale in the United states if the assembled or manufactured item were exported to another foreign country for Sale the duty would never be collected. Establishing a foreign Trade zone in a Community is both costly and Tim consuming. Strict Federal regulations must be complied with and heavy Security Steps Are required thus automatically limiting the size of such a zone. Customs officials must keep strict control of the imported goods from the port to entry to final shipment out of the zone. The Benefit to a Community Charlotte chamber president veeder says will be in the form of jobs created by the new firms. North Carolina has six ports of entry a two on the coast and four airports the Raleigh Durham area in addition to Charlotte is looking into the foreign Trade zone concept there Are now some 23 areas of the country which have such zones under a 1934 Federal Law. Which some close competitors of this state moving rapidly to get into the business a including Atlanta and Charleston some experts Are predicting a Ripe Market for need help god am tri our prayer we will Pray for you no strings attached of is our Way of serving the lord no one will Contact you unless you specially request it just do this phone 454 4511. A recorder will respond you Don t need to give your name just state your need and we will Pray of you. Then watch your life for the hand of god to move. ,. Phone 454 451 i or write prayers answered p o to 154, Jamestown 27282 a expansion of Industry As the result of pending shifts in the world Economy. Labor costs in America have traditionally been higher than those in Japan and Europe but economists now see that pattern changing due to increased Cost of social legislation abroad in which Industrial firms pay higher costs of health services and other items for their employees stolen goods exceed $2,000 Asheboro a break ins netted thieves Over $2,000 in goods Over the weekend Randolph deputies report. Deputies said John Southerland Smith of it. I pleasant Garden reported someone entered his Home and stole guns reloading equipment and powder valued at $1,500 Joseph Jernigan of re 5, High Point complained someone entered his Home and removed a heat pump valued at $900 hearing loss is not a sign of old age Chicago 111. A free offer of special interest to those who hear hut do not understand words has Lieen announced is Bel tone. A non operating Model of the smallest Bel tone Aid of its kind w ill he Given absolute free to anyone answering this advertisement. Send for this non operating Model to see How tins hearing help can he. It s yours to keep free. The actual Aid weighs less than a thin of an ounce and its All at ear level in one unit. These models Are free so write for yours now. Thousands have already it Een mailed so write to a to dept. 2438 Bel tone electronics corp., 4201 a. \ Ortoria St., his Cago. Illinois 60alf>. Television log a new show has plenty of Blue skies since i897 Sechrest service 1301 f Lexington ave 882-2555 885-2145 is Idonat Crio of clans tuesday James Sparto 2p in set Srajt Chap i no owe l 6 of Edgar ii. Snider North main at Farriss Avenue 885-5049 Harold c. Davis bit. I faired of Narol duster International 02 Chestnut or High Point �?��?�5-5045 206 Tindale re Archdale 43 i i 24 incomplete Brian Keith Wiley Mok Tummy Metter i be or for Ettna Golden Bete mils p la. Freeze Burlington mrs Lillie Mac Moore freeze. 37, of 4711 Markwood drive died sunday in memorial Hospital in Chapel Hill she was a native of Alamance county and a member of Pilgrim Baptist Church where she was a sunday school teacher surviving Are her husband Phillip Hay freeze four daughters mrs Debra Carroll of Graham mrs Eliza Beth Ann tuck of Elon College and misses Romana and Lisa Rene freeze both of the Home three sons. Hilly Hay freeze of Burlington Roy James f Reeze of Swep son Ville and Timothy Edward freeze of the Home her father James Vav Moore of Burlington her Mother mrs Pearl Summers Kent of Randleman two Sisters mrs Mary Ledford and mrs Cathy Iciey both of Burlington a brother Jimmy Moore of Efland maternal Grandfather boy Summers of Burlington and two grandchildren. Funeral will be 2 p in. Wednesday at Beacon Baptist Church by tile Rev. Greg Parkman burial will be in Graham memorial Park Quot Hie family will be at Lowe funeral Home tonight 7 to 9 Pritchard infant Asheboro a the infant son of or and mrs Steve Pritchard of route 7 died sunday in Moses Cone Hospital in Greensboro surviving in addition to his parents Are maternal grandmother mrs Cora Lee Rob bins of Asheboro and paternal Grandfather Jack Pritchard of Bennett graveside service was to be today at 2 at Randolph memorial Park history from Page in the Structure has been done Wood replacement parts All done by hand must be made nails must be hand forged and other delicate operations performed to duplicate when possible the Way the building was originally created a a we be had to seek out workmen for this project that Are very competent in this Field and there Are not that Many around Here. Bauckman said a often the ones who can do the work Are committed to another project we have to round All these people up a while the restoration is taking a considerable amount of time Bauckman feels the caution and care is necessary to insure a a Good restoration that will last and not fall apart in a few years a a August 17,1976, state and county level democratic and Republican primary notice is hereby Given that on August 17, 1976, a primary election will be held in Randolph county. Polls will be open from 6 30 . Until 7 30 . All eligible voters will be entitled to vote in their party s primary. Persons who will be 18 years old by the november election will be eligible to Register and vote. Registration books will close on july 19, 1976. The Board of elections office will be open until 6 00 p. M. On july 19, 1976. Persons May Register at the Homes of registrars and judges by appointment. They May also Register at Public libraries in the towns of Asheboro Liberty Ramseur Randleman and Seagrove during working hours. Libraries Are closed on saturdays during july and August. Persons who have moved from one precinct to another must execute a Transfer certification by july 19, 1976. Absentee ballots will be allowed. Applications for Absentee ballots will be accepted at the Board office beginning monday july 19, 1976. James l. Wilson chairman Ranolph county Board of elections by Jerry Buck associated press writer los Angeles api a despite the cries about violence Blue skies adventure has never been very successful on television footloose heroes courting danger in wide open spaces a As a a adventures in Paradise a a route 66�?T and a then came Bronson a have been elbowed aside by Guys with six guns and police specials Quot although comedy and variety serve the family hour it s difficult to find a dramatic show that serves it a said i try Rosen producer of cd so a a Spencer a pilots a an up coming aviation show with enough Blue skies to last you All week Rosen believes the a climate is right Quot for this humor leavened adventure that seeks to establish a Clark Gable Spencer Tracy relationship Between its stars Christopher Stone and Todd Susman Gene Evans plays Spencer the Gruff head of the charter flying service a a a i think the to audience has tired somewhat of the proverbial cop show he said a what is inherent in the cop show is you have a life and death situation of you like the character you la go to that show to see How he will handle a problem. What s unique Here is that our Guys done to carry badges. They have to figure out a Way to get out of jeopardy using their wits. Cunning and flying the family hour inaugurated a year ago by the networks to Cut Back sex and violence in the Early evening has proven a quagmire for series not Many have survived if Quot Spencer a pilots a is to go beyond its first 12 episodes it must like a the $6 million Many and a tie bionic woman a provide enough derring do to attract youngsters without driving away the adults Rosen who says the charter Pilot background is a first for to called on his own flying experience for the show the personalities and character names Are folded after fliers he has known his enthusiasm for aviation apparently is contagious the cast went out and took flying lesson. A what we be tried to do is design a fixed base of operations for the show a Rosen said a Spencer aviation rents planes teaches flying flies Charters and ferries equipment and supplies because of this we re Able to get them into such situations As flying explosives or prisoners or doing crop dusting these Are two Guys who Fly for a living and the stories will arise from production begins wednesday july 7, and will follow a technique confined so far in television to three camera comedy series filmed before an audience it will devote one Day a week to Reading and rehearsal. A that s unheard of in this kind of show a Rosen said a but it will be invaluable in helping the Guys find their characters and in seeing what works and what does t Quot it do i i. Ii Hinc i old. Slat ton Ltd it hmm Charlotte ii huh Charlotte do Vav i. Ii i High Point 12 hah. Heft Mon Salem 6 00 21 Channel 2 news 31 scene tonight 4 zoom 8,9 eyewitness news 12 news enter 12 6 30 2 lbs news 4 your future is now 8 Abc news 9,12 Abc news 7 of 2 wild wild world of animals 31 lbs news 4 4 rms Earth View 8 pop goes the country 9 Hee Haw 12 to Tell the truth 7 30 2 Bobby Vinton show 3 name that tune 4 Book beat 8 make a Deal 12 Hollywood squares 8 00 2 in be got a secret 3 parking 4 . People 8 Happy Days 9,12 moving on 8 30 2,3 Good times 4 consumer survival kit 8 Laverne and Shirley 9 00 2,3 a a so 4 evening at symphony 8 movie special 9.12 police woman 9 30 2.3 one Day at a time 10 00 2,3 switch 9.12 City of Angels 10 30 4 woman 11 00 2 night beat news 3 scene tonight 8,9 eyewitness news 12 news enter 12 11 30 2,3 late movie 8 Best of Hollywood 9.12 tonight show 1 00 8 eyewitness news 9.12 tomorrow show

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