High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jul 23 1976, Page 12

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 23, 1976, High Point, North Carolina Deaths amp funerals mrs. Hayworth is dead at 73 mrs Hattie Elizabeth links Hayworth 73. Of Astor dowdy towers died thursday at 0 53 a in in High Point memorial Hospital she had been in declining health for one year mrs Hayworth was born in Guilford county. Aug la. 1002, a daughter of John Thomas and Virginia Hollins Hicks she was a resident of High Point most of her life and married John Staley Hayworth in 1923 he died in 1958 she was employed at Melrose hosiery Mill for 35 years retiring in 1967 she was a member of Fairmont Park Baptist Church and a member of the no 4 sunday school lass surviving Are three sons. Hill k Hayworth of 700 Eugene St. Robert Earl Hayworth of 3217 Pine Needles Road and John Harold Hayworth of Decatur Ca. Six grandchildren two great grandchildren. And four Sisters mrs Alton Vera i White of 2115 Eastchester drive mrs. Billa Haithcock of route a mrs Lacy Mckinney of 207 Guilford ave and mrs Adeline Gardner of 3ji f rid dle St funeral will be at 2 p in. Saturday in Fairmont Park Baptist Church by the Rev f i Alford burial will be in deep River friends cemetery Hie body will remain at secures funeral Home until placed in the Church 30 minutes before the funeral the family will by at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9 and at the Home of a son. Robert e. Hayworth. 3217 Pine Needles Road Vav Al to kor Greensboro William Monroe Tucker. I. Of 303 Kensington Road died Early wednesday in Wesley Lang Hospital Ile was a native of bus Semi Ala and had lived Iii Greensboro 25 years. He attended the University of i a b a in a a n d w a s employed with Mutual of Omaha insurance co he was past president of the men s Piedmont camellia club surviving Are his wife. Mis Margaret t Cassibry Linker a daughter. Miss Katherine Tucker of Gulf skirt missa son. William Monroe Tucker or of Marietta. A and a sister mrs Elizabeth brass of Santa Monic a i Alif graveside service was to be at ii a in Toda at Forest Lawn Comet in by the Rev Mcdonald n. A Wilson Bryson City Newell a Wilson 67. Of Star route Silver mine Road died thursday at 4pm in Bryson City Hospital following two years of declining health or Wilson was born in Cherokee county May 2. 1909, a son cd Jess and Cora Wilson he lived in Swain county most of his life and was a retired employee of n c state Highway commission he married Izetta Holden in february. 1928 she survives of the Home. Surviving in addition to his wife Are six daughters mrs John Ruth Tabor of Kernersville. Or Joe a Betty Iran and mrs Charles de Anne Ensley both of Bryson City mrs Johnny Opal Mashburn and mrs Tommy belial Reece both of Franklin and mrs James l. Carolyn Morris Iii of Cherokee four sons. Paul a and William Steve Wilson both of High Point Hoyt Newell Wilson of Thomasville and Terry a Lark Wilson of Jacksonville. Ela. One sister. Mrs Boyd kale Cooper of Orlando. Fla two Brothers. Lowell and Rill Wilson both of Andrews 17 grandchildren and one great grandchild funeral arrangements will be handled by Bill Moody funeral Home. Bryson City. Hut Are incomplete at this time Willi Aai Dorsett William Harold Dorset 6j, of North Augusta. So died thursday in North Augusta he was a former High Point resident surviving Are his wife mrs Nina Dor Seti cd the Home. One daughter. Miss Colleen Dorsett of the Home one son Keith Dorsett of the Home his Mother. Mrs j la Dorset of 240 Holt lev Ani High Point and two Sisters. Mrs Mildred Mccullom cd High Point and mrs. Margaret Kilduff of Augusta til funeral will be at ii a in. Saturday at Immanuel Baptist Church in North Augusta the tidy is Al Cosey funeral Home in North Augusta crime watch first degree burglary reported by Ann Sjoerdsma Enterprise staff writer Josephine Pope of w Green drive heard a noise outside her bedroom window at 2 30 a m thursday and noticed that the screen to the window had been removed she hurriedly woke up her four children and gathered them together in the living room for the i est of the night at 9 a in she called High Point police police investigated the first degree burglary of is Pope s Home and discovered that a jewelry Box that she kept beside her bed had been removed they found the Box and the screen to is Pope s window on the Lawn outside the House police Are still investigating the break in police also investigated wednesday a report of grand larceny received from Susie Mourglea of Roy Avenue is Mourglea told police that two engagement rings value unknown and $600 in currency were stolen from her according to police reports. Is. Mourglea returned Home from work and discovered the rings and Money were missing. Theft report new theft reports today is this Wooler 67 this month 409 the losses today j2.ft7 this Wook $28,591 this month $108,647 arrests today 2 this Wook 26 this month 119 other Larcenie included the theft of a $250 citizen s band radio a $100 radar Detector and $1.50 Worth of cigarettes from a truck owned by Gene h Block of Asheville while it was parked at the Cavalier inn parking lot Barbara Green Coe of Ridgeway drive reported the theft of $251 Worth of items taken from the storage building at her residence. The stolen merchandise included a car Battery a tire car Oil. A Metal rack an electric motor a Garden Tiller and a Lawnmower Mary Foster of Vail Avenue said four tires valued at $200 were stolen off her car parked at her residence. Jerry Conrad Reed of Steele Street reported the theft of his $179 cd radio stolen from his c a parked at his Home and Roy Elbert Coble of Oakview Road told police a $132 cd radio was stolen from his truck parked at the Harvell Park parking lot on Lincoln drive Bill Michael of route 5 told police that he was driving his Roadway express trailer when a $120 Roll of cloth fell out of the Back of it at Surrett drive and Finch Avenue Michael said he stopped the trailer and went to retrieve the Roll but other persons had already picked it up and put it in their truck when he arrived John Michael Adams. 28. It it i key West Fla was arrested on a charge of larceny when he allegedly stole $48 Worth of garbage cans from Mann s drug on n main Street. The property was recovered and returned to the store Adkins was also charged with driving without an operator s License and for improper registration Martha Edens of n. Centennial Street said a $40 Lawnmower was stolen from her basement Flossie Morgan of Fern Street told police a $30 Battery was removed from her car while it was parked at Home and Flora Travis of Greensboro reported the theft of a $15 Battery from her car while it was parked in a hosiery Mill parking lot. Police received two reports of residential break ins and two reports of Auto break ins Kenneth Lee Malcom of Barker Avenue told police that person or persons entered his Home this morning and ransacked his Dresser drawers in his bedroom investigating police discovered nothing missing from Malcom residence Donna Stevens of Greenway drive reported a break in at her residence wednesday afternoon nothing was reported missing from is Stevens Home William h f person of Charlotte said his automobile was broken into tuesday night while it was parked at the Sheraton hotel on n. Main Street damage to the vehicle was estimated at $70 Roy Lee Taylor of Kersey Road reported an attempted Auto break in this morning Taylor s car was parked at the Hospital parking lot he discovered a coat Hanger and Hammer by the Side of his car Guilford county sheriff s deputies received a report of a larceny from James Dixon Mallard of Greensboro Mallard told sheriffs deputies that a $200 Garden tool was stolen from his Garden court log theft defendants heard this Wook 9 this month 41 convictions this Wook 19 this month 56 Active sentences this Wook o this month 8 chief is not crying Over closing of jail Towne tile air now showing by Pihl Speaks Enterprise staff writer Thomasville the old Thomasville Slammer has seen its last Days and police chief Paul Shore in t shedding any tears Over its passing either perhaps the Only a people in town dreading its demise Are the town derelicts who in the future will find themselves without a local jail to pass the night Shore said today that Norin main at i Arriss Avenue 885-5049 Harold Davis member. Preferred lulurolo��il9ii to Quot of Stout or High Point �?��?�5-5045 ?06 trl Dalf up Archdale 431-9134 mortuary Iron two Andrews club members and they quickly gained support from Dyer and Charles Neill with some other Board members uncommitted these two provisions said that beginning with the 1977-78 school ear and sales for programs at games would be a joint Endeavor of the two Booster clubs with each club receiving to per cent of the net proceeds of its pro rata of Gross and sales Brough in is its membership and further that publication of the program would be a joint Endeavor of the two dubs with a combined Adver firemen from rage in notable Are Quartz lights one of those is powerful enough to Light the entire lamp arca at the Airport. Porter said the do it yourself attitude can be found in other areas at the Airport Eire station Hie station has its own paint shop with its own Milliner who is responsible for the decals on the department s vehicles air compressor welding machine printing press. Slide file and dark mom the dark room equipment was salvaged from a former military photo Van one final item salvaged by the Airport firemen has nothing to do w us productive equipment that item. Appropriate enough in this Bicentennial year is the flagpole Booster i from pase Ibi Booster tis ement Section for each school. Mrs Ruth Mcdowell and mrs Jennie Herndon were Adamant in objecting to these provisions Quot you Are expecting us to go out and work to make Money to turn Over to you to spend Quot mrs Mcdowell said Quot i in afraid that this encroachment will take away incentive for us t Booster club members in the Long run she said she argued that the programs produced by he Andrews Booster club were Superior to those for Central and merging of the systems would downgrade what they already have West and other Board members agreed that Andrews programs Are Superior. West said that present Booster club presidents As Well As past officials in the clubs had been unanimous in approving the proposals but mrs Mcdowell and mrs Herndon succeeded in convincing the Board that the programs should remain in the realm of the Booster clubs authority. The Board voted to go along for the time being but in pirated the program matter would have to be dealt with later stand alone f a endless is the Man who tries to Divide his acquaintances into assets and liabilities Rndt t i it of adv i 4 goi<3n la ult since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 f Lexington ave 882 2555 885-2145 Onsum my. Roans saturday i it i id Reid lit Duck i to p units Roan Church saturday mrs. Hattie Fri at Xii Hicks Hayworth pm Fairmont pub Baptist charter old Arrowhead from Page in soil a half of another Arrowhead was found eleven inches below the surface in undisturbed soil other less glamorous findings at the site include a nox Zema bottle circa the 1960s. A Penny dated 1892. Pieces of Medicine bottles from the 1860s a child s tooth and Clay marbles from the Early 19th Century and Bones of Small animals flakes of chert a Siliceous Rock believed to have been chipped away by Stone hammers used by indians have also been unearthed the diggers have reached a level of 14 inches below the surface and according to f ick Quot that s about As far As Well go that s impacted Clay there they have been digging underneath the floor on one Side of the meeting House and plan to excavate the other Side next the final step of the dig according to Bauckman will be cleaning cataloguing and storing the uncovered pieces and writing a report on the site Bauckman Hopes that eventually some of the artefacts will be placed on display in the High Point museum employees of the City Public works dept began tearing out the steel in the 39-year-old prison wednesday the reason Shore in t sitting up weeping nights is that the police dept will occupy the space the old jail took up we have been needing space very badly for at least 15 years Quot Shore said in addition to the space in the old jail the police dept will become heir to the space in the City Hall fire station wreck causes no injuries a car collision on Albertson Road at Westchester drive at 12 15 a Iii wednesday resulted in fairly heavy damage to the vehicles involved a car driven by Carole Hubbard Adams. 31, of Chestnut drive suffered $500 Worth of damage when it collided with a car driven by Steve Wesley Smith 21. Of Stone place damage to Smith s car was estimated at $1,000 neither Driver was injured in the Accident another car collision wednesday at 9 02 . At fingliss Road and Wrenn Street caused substantial damage to the two vehicles involved a car driven by Gilmer Bullin 66. Of Hagan Avenue suffered $700 Worth of damage w Hen it collided with a car driven by Steven Carroll Morris 26, of Denton damage done to Morris car was estimated at $800 Morris was charged with a Stop sign violation neither Driver was injured in the mishap Carolyn Pembert Young 27. Of Park Street was slightly injured when the car in which she was driving collided with a car driven by Irene of Vizabeth Post 86. Of route 5 the incident occurred at 1140 am tuesday on s. Main Street at Kearns Street is Post was Given a citation for a red Light violation fire damage not major firemen responded to four Calls thursday none involving any major damage at 8 59 p in firemen went to Stop and go service station on n. Centennial Street to investigate a Small Gas spill upon arrival they washed the spill Down with water. When the personnel there Are moved to the new station on National Highway a year from now. Quot those two areas should solve the department s need for space for a Good Shore said there Aren t any inconveniences to the department foreseen by Shore because of the jail closing. Quot the need Tor a jail is not us great As it was once because of the change in the Laws a Shore said juveniles Are being returned to local authorities and people Are being released on their own recognizance whereas 30 years ago the thinking was that everybody should be held in jail or should be required to put up a hefty Bond Shore said. Quot for example if you beat your wife 30 years ago you would have been arrested and put in Jai Quot Shore said now however we just Issue a citation to court instead of putting such people in jail the jail Here was closed in 1971 shortly after the new court reforms. Shore said it then became the responsibility of the county government to provide jail space to cities within its boundaries he said officials opened the jail in 1973. Shore said As a temporary lock up it was not a satisfactory arrangement because the state said that the City needed a medical plan Quot we were not Able to work out a plan with local doctors or the Hospital. There seemed to be no interest by doctors in coming to jail and playing with prisoners a Shore said Shore said the jail was closed in 1973 on order of the county health office because unhappy you can obtain fro counsel and prayer Boc aute Jesus loves you and has sent us to help. Two or Throe of us from Quot prayers answered Quot will be at 215h n. Main upstairs on Friday nights at 8 . To talk with you and Pray far you. My her at the Lack of medical vices and has been closed Ever since f or what it would Cost City taxpayers to operate the jail a which would require six employees a it in t used often enough to warrant the expense. Shore said police dept employees will use the extra space in the jail and in the lire station when it is vacated for an Assembly room a conference room interrogation room and for additional locker space for policemen it will take one month to six weeks at minimum to Complete the remodelling. Shore said i i is Llie greatest fear by Alise it is l l if ancient fear i it of the Unkn two. ¢e0men Vot h w i by i i. J ave. Tel 869-2161 in a a i read the Enterprise classified ads a television log Cronkite wins out in coverage but Jay Sharbutt Al television writer los Angeles Aig a years ago. Nhuc hit ratings pay dirt when it had the late Chet Huntley a serious Man. And David Brinkley. Who specializes in wry co anchoring its democratic and gof convention shews no doubt hoping to emulate the glory Days it teamed Brinkley with John Chancellor to co Anchor its convention coverage this year. But last week s Nielsen ratings for the democratic National convention coverage show that durable Walter Cronkite and his supporting lbs troops beat the Chancellor Brinkley team by a slight margin. On the average families in 6 4 million american Homes watched the prime time convention proceedings on lbs from monday through thursday compared with an average of 5 9 million Homes tuned to Abc. Abc. Which since 1968 has combated the opposition s Gavel to Gavel convention coverage with a mixture of entertainment fare and abbreviated convention watching Drew an average of 5.4 million Homes tuned in Tor its convention telecasts in prime time last week. But As you a expect. Abc whooped the Start to fish coverage of lbs and nil in the ratings the night of july 13. When it aired this year s All Star baseball game in Philadelphia according to Nielsen estimates viewers in nearly 18 9 million Homes watched Abc s baseball show. In contrast the total estimated audience for the competing political show on Abc and lbs was to be found in but 8 9 million Homes it made the All Star game last week s top rated evening attraction on to. The lowest rated being Abc s Gavel to Gavel look at the second night of the convention lbs dido t do much better either the night of wednesday. July 14. Was the Best night the unusually Dull a for democratic gatherings a convention had in the ratings this apparently was because viewers expected Jimmy Carter to enliven things by naming a running mate that night the Nielsen estimates say lbs coverage of that evening s events topped the ratings by a narrow margin the efforts of Cronkite amp co seen in 7 5 million Homes with 7 3 million Homes logged by neg Abc. Which eschewed primetime Start to finish telecasts of the convention until the show s dosing night Drew but 5 5 million Homes with its abbreviated july 14 coverage on closing night lbs had the most viewers watching with sets in nearly 69 million Homes tuned to that network according to Nielsen estimates neg was second with More than 5 8 million Homes. 800,000 More than viewed Abc s convention coverage Abc May have been third in convention viewers but its program mix of entertainment and shortened convention coverage made it no. I in the Over All ratings for evening shows last week. Of w a i %. I Rem Boro it d i m i us. Station a it w Sot. Charlotte cd we i. A harlot in 8 whip. High Point 11 Wah we Moa Salem today s evening programs f salvation Healing a deliverance service tonight 7 30 . Evangelist Rev. Vernon Outerbridge from Owensboro by. First Baptist Church Trinity 6 00 2 Channel 2 news 3 scene tonight 4 zoom 8,9 eyewitness news 12 news enter 12 6 30 2 lbs evening news it 4 Carrasco Endas 8 Abc news 9,12 Abc news i 7 00 2 $25,000 Pyramid 3 lbs news 4 by line 8 Lawrence walk show 1 9 wild wild world of animals 12 to Tell the truth 7 30 2 Nashville on the Road 3 treasure Hunt Black perspective on the news 9 new candid camera 12 Hollywood squares 8 of 2,3 Sarah 4 Washington week in review 8 summer olympics 9.12 Sanford and son 8 30 4 Wall Street week 9 let s make a Deal 12 the practice 9 00 2 local movie 3 pick a flick movie 4 Usa people and politics \ 9.12 the Rockford files 10.00 4 masterpiece theatre 8 College All Star foot Ball 9 police Story 10 30 4 David Susskind show 11 of 2 night beat 3 scene tonight 9 eyewitness news 12 news enter 12 11 30 2 late movie 3 those were the years 12 30 8 the rookies i of 9,12 Midnight special 1 05 3 it takes a thief 1 30 8 Cinema 8 2 30-6 55 a m. 12 nit elite theatre

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