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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 20, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Deaths amp funerals William m. Allred Randleman a William Milton Allred 84, of 412 Hillcrest drive in Randleman died Early Friday in his Home following a sudden illness. Surviving Are one son Cecil Allred of Randleman and one stepdaughter Rosa Bell of Worthville. Funeral services will be held sunday at 3 30 . At Pugh funeral Home by the Rev. Earl Sibbett. Burial will be at pleasant Union United methodist Church. The family will be at Pugh funeral Home from 7 to 9 today. Mrs. Ida t. Craver Lexington mrs. Ida Tesh Craver 82, of the Golden age nursing Home formerly of 442 n. State st., died Friday at Lexington memorial Hospital. A native of Davidson county she was a member of the first United methodist Church. She was a former member of the Board of stewards and charter member of the women s society of Christian service. Surviving Are one daughter mrs. Roby Katheryn Freedle of High Point and two sons Charles f. Craver of Lexington and Burke h. Craver of Chesapeake a. Funeral services will be held at 4 . Sunday at the Piedmont funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. Lee Dukes. Burial will be in the Lexington City cemetery. The family will receive friends at the funeral Home from 7 to 9 tonight. Death claims Mary Yates miss Mary Selden Yates 88, died at 9 15 . Friday in the presbyterian Home after a lengthy illness. Miss Yates was born feb. 27, 1886, in Greensboro a daughter of James Fuller and Carrie Selden Yates. She was graduated from Flora Mcdonald College red Springs and received her degree from Emory University Atlanta a. She was librarian at Mary Washington College in Virginia before joining the staff of the Library commission in Raleigh where she worked Many years organizing libraries in the Public schools of the state. After her retirement she returned to Greensboro. She was a member of first presbyterian Church. For the past 14 years she had lived at the presbyterian Home. Surviving Are three Sisters mrs. B. J. Lindley and mrs. R. B. Brown both of Winston Salem and mrs. J. Phal Hodgin of pleasant Garden one brother James f. Yates or. Of Charleston so. Graveside rites will be held at 3 . Sunday in Green Hill cemetery Greensboro by the Rev. William m. Currie. The body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home and the family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 to 9. Officers from Page 2a and state officers searched for proof of additional violations. A Federal alcohol tobacco tax and firearms agent was present to seize any no tax paid whisky found. Members of the Guilford county sheriffs dept read the pad Locking orders to the defendant present. The county officers inventoried the houses contents then nailed shut windows and padlocked doors. When the pad Lockings were finished about 6 30 ., officers served warrants issued for alleged Sale of Beer and tax paid and no tax paid whisky. The warrants were obtained following months of undercover work by an Abc agent who came to the High Point area feb. 7. The undercover agent bought Beer and liquor from 35 different persons at 35 different drink houses police said. Liquor or Beer was reportedly purchased from some suspects More than once. Fifty six warrants were issued in 35 different names. No problems were encountered in any of the arrests. Some of the suspects named in the warrants voluntarily appeared at police Headquarters to be served. Most of the charges were misdemeanours and carried Bonds of $100. Most of those arrested posted Bond within. Minutes after they were j taken to jail. Arrested Friday were j Henry Bennett 40, of Meredith court Alberta Jackson of Edmondson Street Willett Dickenson 69, of West Avenue Goler Lander 38, of Underhill Street James Mckinnon 40, j of Clara Cox apartments and Mae Tillman 36, of Brentwood Street Christine Turner 21, of e. Washington drive Elmore Mcrae 52, of new Street i Dorothy Mcrae 52, of new Street Morris Lowery 27, of Clay Street Delores Welch 46, of e. Washington drive James Wilkins 35, of Cliffside drive Eula York 40, of Franklin Street Bernice Ezekiel 39, of Asheboro Street Geneva Haygood 64, of e. Washington drive Lee Leach of Franklin Street Dorothy Lipscomb 67, of e. Washington drive Henry Ingram of Hay Street Matthew Johnson 59, of Woodberry Street William Robinson 60, of fourth Street Carl Steele 68, of e. Commerce Avenue Willie Davis 17, of Martin Street Lorenzo Leach 33, of Franklin Street Archie Peguese 32, of Meredith Street Arthur Bines 54, of Vail Street John Little 25, of Morgan Street and Isaac Whitlock 34. Of Hoskins Street. Larger from Page 2a Road Northwest of Greensboro from agricultural and watershed residential uses to the new planned unit development classification. The Case is being appealed from the planning Board which refused to recommend the of zoning. Acting planning director Charles Price said the planning Board acted on the ground that no Public sewer is provided in the area. The planned unit development ordinance requires that both water and sewer be available it permits higher than Ordinary density in residential development when the Developer provides open space for elements such As Parks and schools. Price said water is already available in the area but that sewer services Are not. The county does have pending before the Federal government an application for a major outfall through the Horsepen Creek area this could serve the proposed development. Spencer to head division Randall w. Spencer personnel director for the City of High Point has been selected As chairman of the United Way social services division by Tilman Thomas general chairman of the 1975 United Way Campaign. This division consists of City county state Federal employees the social services agencies and the Host Pital. In making the announcement Thomas said a we Are very pleased that Spencer has accepted this important position in our 1975 Spencer has six years experience in United Way work. In addition to serving As key Man for the City of High Point and division chairman he has also served As a panel chairman on the admissions and allocations division. Spencer received his education at Allen Jay High school Brevard College and East Tennessee state University where he earned a . Degree in business management. He is a member of the High Point kiwanis club is president of the North Carolina chapter of International personnel management Assn., vice chairman of the manpower task Force of the High Point chamber of Commerce and a member of the High Point personnel association. Federal Aid to families decreases Greensboro the number of persons receiving Federal Aid to families with dependent children dropped from May to june according to information prepared for the Guilford county social services Board. The number of recipients dropped from a level of 2,74d in May to 2,585 in june according to the report prepared by Wayne Metz director. Individual payments to families averaged $134.35 in june a slight decrease from the $134.59 for May. Payments to individuals averaged $41.58 in june compared to $43.98 for the previous month. High Point Enterprise saturday july 20, 1974 a furniture firms show May sales increase by Jim Hawkins Enterprise staff writer sales by furniture plants across the nation advanced during May according to a Survey released jointly by the Southern furniture manufacturers Assn. And by the National Assn. Of furniture manufacturers. The Survey showed that during May shipments remained Strong while backlogs slipped slightly. The two associations said the Overall tight Money situation is reflected in accounts receivable which Are 17 per cent ahead of the level posted for May 1973. The Survey showed sales during May of this year were four per cent ahead of the level posted for May of last year and 16 per cent ahead of the level posted for april 1974, which was lower than the level for april of 1973. The Survey showed however that sales for the first five months of this year Are five per cent below the level for the same five month period for 1973. Shipments showed an eight per cent increase in May Over the May 1973, level and a three per cent increase from the april. Shipments for the first five Preyer conducting poll police from Page 2a merchandise must have been familiar with the family and the property. She said the family dog which would not ordinarily let anyone approach the House was running Loose when she arrived thursday night. Mrs. Tina Grubb of Trinity ave. Told police someone stole a television set and stereo component set from a trailer in Back of her Yard. Value of the two items was listed at $900. Police subsequently arrested in connection with the theft Wayne Billings of s. Elm Street Mike Gray of Potts Street Lee Thomas Henderson of Eden Terrace or. And Lee Craig of Potts Street. Craig was charged with felonious breaking and entering and larceny. The other three were charged with accessory after the fact. Washington sometime during the next to Days residents of North Carolinas sixth congressional District will have an Opportunity to Register their views on issues ranging from Daylight saving time to regulating Oil companies. The vehicle for this mass issues poll will be the annual questionnaire distributed in the District by congressman Richardson Preyer. Preyer first used the questionnaire in 1969, his first year in the Congress. Since then he has repeated the practice each summer using interns to prepare the questions and tabulate the responses. Last year More than 17,000 responses were received. The congressman indicates that Quot while he realizes the poll is not a scientific sampling he considers it a Good measure of constituent reaction. A i am particularly impressed with the hundreds of letters that accompany the returned questionnaires a he said this week. A you would be surprised How Many peo pie a political scientists would Call them average citizens a take the trouble to sit Down and write out sometimes for pages their attitudes about the issues and about the a i think this is a great tribute to their Faith in our system of two years ago Preyer sent copies of some of the letters with names of the writers removed to editors in North Carolina some of whom reprinted them. Months of the current year were seven per cent ahead of the level for the same time last year. Backlogs a orders which remain to be filled a dropped by one per cent in May from the level of May of last year but increased by two per cent Over the level for april. Payrolls in May were four per cent higher than those a year ago and one per cent higher than those in april. They Are to per cent greater than the level for the first five months of last year compared to the same time for this year. The Cas goods mirrors tables bureaus segment of the Industry showed May sales five per cent higher than the level for May of last year and sales 14 per cent higher than those posted for april. Sales for the first five months of the year were five per cent below the level for the same time last year. Shipments by this segment of the Industry were nine per cent ahead of the level for May of 1973 and three per cent ahead of the april level. Shipments for the first five months were eight per cent ahead of the level for the same time in 1973. In Cas goods unfilled orders were one per cent ahead of the level for May and two per cent ahead of the level for april. Payrolls were nine per cent ahead of the May level and four per cent higher than the april level. The first five month period of the year increase of 16 per cent Over the same time last year. The upholstery segment of the Industry showed sales four per cent higher in May than in the same a month a year ago and an increase of 19 per cent in sales Over april. For the first five months sales were four per cent below the same period last year. Shipments by this segment in May were five per cent higher than the level for a year ago and four per cent ahead of april. The first five months of the year saw shipments increase six per cent Over the same time last year. In shipments backlogs in May were eight per cent under the level for May 1973,. And one per cent ahead of april. Shipments payrolls declined by three per cent from May of 1973, and by four per cent from april 1974. Payrolls for the first five months were one per cent below the level for the same time last year. A mortuary phone 885-5045 102 Chestnut or. Incomplete mrs. May Tysinger suitor ill Vracr outdoor drama my of of mtg i two of War than tat my i a. Is pm Snow amp. N. C Hui to a it All Taal i tamil j j since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 e Lexington ave. 882-2555 885-2145 of in of by Inri lion i a j Ion Al Seif Cufo morticians saturday Jewell Palmer Howington la a in. Secure Chapel Earl Allison Jack Armfield 4 . Sechrest Chapel sunday miss Mary Selden Yates graveside 3 p to Green Hill cemetery Greensboro Nereus Llu Idis Hicks or. 3 to . High Point friends meeting House Williams Flowers Quality Flowers professional service toi2 Inrush to Call 117 411 Apo fused worried upset i phone us a 882-8121 a a a a a a a Quot Ybur re a vet who a hooked. Or want to help unhook one. Joins either Way. The american red Cross is the place to go. Surprised remember red Cross is More than blood drives. Its More than helping the thousands of victims of disasters. In fact american red Cross tackles Over too different kinds of a helping people Quot jobs in the City the suburbs wherever you Are. We need Money its True so we can go on offering All our free services. But we also need hearts and hands. And conviction. Call your local chapter. Join us. The american Redcross. The Good neighbor. High Point merchants Assn a i i High Point s it first a see a Tpmasa is City wid Semi annual clearance featuring Gigantic discounts and humongous savings on a Spring and summer merchandise also featuring free prizes each Day in Many Many High Point stores a \ la 11 la look fashion shop i Nancy Bowman 2-Jesse Winfrey Diana shop i Vivian Stanley Tobias Ruby Jessup Tobias a downtown Helen Auman Sears Roebuck Virginia Springer Friedman fashions Willie Seler up a Piasac service of the newspaper a Tho advertising Council shop your local High Point merchants for better bargains they want your business again. So they la treat you a right every time \. \

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