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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 31, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 3 locations to serve you a Archdale 345 Ennis 2601 English Reserve the right to us to quantities Quot the heart of the Ham Quot the Menwill loan country Ham Choice Wilson Huck steaks w Lson Scho rounds peas vinegar 2d High Point Enterprise wednesday july 31, 1974 deaths and funerals v. C. Bean Greensboro v. C. Buck bean 43, of 1500 twentieth St. Died tuesday at Moses Cone Hospital where he had been a patient for to weeks. He was a native of Greensboro and served on the City police Force 14 years. He was also a sheriff s Deputy for two years. He was a member of Steven s memorial Baptist Church. He was owner operator of the Summit Avenue laundromat. Survivors Are his wife mrs. Lorene Keller bean two daughters mrs. Susan b. Perdue of Greensboro and miss Debbie bean of the Home his father and Stepmother or. And mrs. Ernest bean of Greensboro three Brothers Allen bean of Franklinville Carlie bean of Randleman and Lawrence bean of Greensboro and two Sisters mrs. Dorothy Butler and mrs. Marion Whitaker both of Greensboro. Funeral will be held at 3 pm. Thursday at the Lambeth Troxler Chapel by the Rev. W. Frank Monroe and the Rev m. W. Shaw. Burial will be in Lakeview memorial Park. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9. F. L. Nixon funeral for Fred l. Nixon will be held thursday at la a m. At the Cumby Chapel by the Rev. F. M. Spargo. Burial will be in Gray s Chapel cemetery. 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 tonight 7 until 9. Or. Nixon 69, of 120 w. Willis St. Died thursday evening in High Point memorial Hospital. J. D. Parris Liberty j. D. Parris 61, of it. I Franklinville died in veterans Hospital in Durham monday. He was a Veteran of world War ii and a retired textile employee. He was a member of Bethany United methodist Church. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Ola Kinley Parris two daughters mrs. Everett Faulkner of it. I Franklinville and mrs. Joseph Andrews of Clemmons three sons Charlie and Tommy Parris both of it. I Franklinville and Joey Parris of the Home two Sisters mrs. R. D. Johnson of High Point and mrs. Lawrence Mcclintock of Asheboro and a brother Clyde Parris of King. Funeral will be held at 2 30 . Thursday at Bethany United methodist Church by the Rev. James Clodfelter and the Rev. Mark Hodgin. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body was taken to the Home today. S. L. Baber Asheboro Samuel Leard Baber too of 306 old Liberty re. Died tuesday at his Home. Survivors Are two daughters mrs. Dwight Moody of Asheboro and mrs. Henry Rutherford of Holly Hills Fla. A son Frank Baber of Sanford and a sister mrs. Fannie Byrd of Columbia . Funeral will be held at la a m. Thursday at Pugh funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. Tom Patterson. Graveside services will be held at 3 . Thursday at Buffalo cemetery near Sanford. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9. Once from Page id a Joel in began to breathe on her own. A the said she had become too dependent on the breather a Kennedy explained. A she was not making significant Progress until today when she began breathing Kennedy has practically taken up residence in the chamber from Page id the Federal government could develop requirements which would place development in this area along major water systems such As the Yadkin River a making Guilford county a bedroom Community. Noting planning which would be necessary under Section 208 of the Federal water pollution control act Shaw said a number of local units including Guilford county have opposed this. He said it could mean that state and regional planners could supersede local planning. The county he said has spent to years upgrading planning and zoning and a trying to do Good planning within answering a question posed by Doyle Early chairman of the state and local legislation committee for the chamber of Commerce and Moderator of today s session Montgomery said the county has purchased More than 20 acres of land on Greensboro Road across from the presbyterian Home for a new evergreens facility and a new county building. He said Basic services such As the sheriffs department could continue at the City county building. Early called attention to a letter he received from Joseph Shore clerk of Superior court asking the Board of county commissioners for additional space in the City county building Early said Shore indicated he wants the building used solely for courts operations commissioners said they have not yet received the letter. They did note plans to provide More temporary space to the social services dept in the Guilford county building Here. Former High Point mayor Bill Bencini president of the High Point arts Council received an invitation to appear at the Board of commissioners committee session thursday to ask for funds for the group. He noted commissioners May provide about $15,000 to the Greensboro arts Council. Bencini said that if Money is being passed out then High Point is entitled to a share of it. Hospitals intensive care unit. He will soon be moving into an apartment in Winston Salem so he can be near his two daughters at the Hospital. A the doctors Tell me not to be too optimistic but i am a he said. He heaped Praise on the staff and facilities of Baptist Hospital. A this is one of the finest hospitals in the country a said Kennedy a Hospital services evaluation consultant. Part of his optimism is because he believes Jolene is getting the Best possible care at Baptist. He pointed out that the breaching machine is one of the few in the country which is so Complex and so sensitive. Jojan a 10th grader at a East Davidson High school is in room 6-16 with a shattered thigh Bone fractured wrist and Arm Bones and lacerations. Although her leg will be in traction for the next eight to to week she radiates with High spirits. A we Hope to have her a special phone soon that she can talk into without having to hold a Kennedy said. A she Hopes All her friends will Call her or. Kennedy said there Are two main reason she agreed to the publicity of Jolene s plight. A we need prayer a he said. A we need to get As Many people As possible to Pray for he also wants to encourage people to donate organs a i Hope when people read this article they will pick up the phone and Call the Eye Bank or the kidney Bank. These organs Are needed so badly by so Many a we Are so grateful for the hundreds of people who have been so faithful with us a he said. A if there is one Good tiling that has come from this tragedy it is the genuine compassion people have shown us in our time of Kennedy greets a steady Stream of Well wishers in the intensive care unit. Jolene s room is adorned with family pictures letters and a Telegram from president Nixon she lies in a coma unable to speak or see but very aware of the presence of her father. The Small screen above her bed monitors her heartbeat. When her father embraces her or strokes her head the Little Blip speeds up rapidly on the screen a she is probably one of the finest ballerinas her age in the country a her father said she had studied under a russian Ballerina and has danced at the National theater in Singapore. Kennedy said her greatest ambition is to audition at the n c school of the arts and to study Ballet. And Kennedy says she will. Mrs. Dunlap Dies at 73 Thomasville a mrs. Mamie Dunlap 73, of route 5, died at 2 . Tuesday in Community general Hospital after being hospitalized la Days. She was born in Stokes county a daughter of Scott and Nancy Ann Ashby Sizemore. She was of the holiness Faith and was last employed by Pickett Cotton Mills in High Point. Her husband w. D. Dunlap died in 1962 surviving Are four daughters mrs. Daisy Loflin and mrs. Andrew Mildred Carter both of Thomasville mrs. Bryce Bertha Caudill of roaring River and mrs. Bruce Louise Kesler of Carnesville a. Two sons Scott Dunlap of Holly Hill Road and Bob Dalton of High Point four Sisters mrs. Troy Cora Durham. Mrs. Jasper Ethel Mabe and mrs. Henderson Masie Mabe All of Madison and mrs. Charles Asnette Glascoe of High Point a brother Jeff Sizemore of Madison 14 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Funeral will be held thursday at 4 . At Siler funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. Howard Carter and the Rev. Tommy Smith. Burial will be in Zion United Church of Christ cemetery. The body will remain at the funeral Home and the family will be there tonight 7 to 9 and at the Home. Miss Zola Cole Asheboro miss Zola v. Cole 76, of it. I. A Seagrove died tuesday at her Home. She was a Nati e of Moore county and a member of new Center Christian Church. Surviving Are two Brothers. Himer and Martin Cole both of Seagrove. Funeral will be held at 4 . Thursday at Union Grove Baptist Church. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body will remain at Ridge funeral Home until the hour of the service. The family will be there tonight 7 to 9. Smiths from Page id instead of Only historical records. Hyde voted against the Bill and Wade Smith did not vote Hyde a Law firm in Asheville reportedly received $12,061 in Legal fees from Carolina Power. A i suppose that in the purest sense of the term this could be a conflict a Hyde said. A a portion of the fee that the firm earns from up amp a and Western Telephone co. Comes to me. So that a True. A but i see no conflict As far As i personally am concerned a Hyde said according to the associated press report. Mortuary phone 885-5045 102 Chestnut or. Thursday Fred l. Nixon it a m. Cumby Chapel since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 e Lexington ave. 882-2555 885-2145 by invitation a t Ion Al stiletto Mon Ria ans wednesday John Henry Hicks pm High primitive Baptist a Arthur Talmage a a Doc Burris 3 30 sternest Chepel men Ester Brown Guy 2 pm pint Baptist Church thursday Allen Josiah Neave 4 . Sechrist Chepel in time for fresh vegetables just fat Back Armour s campfire ranks Beverly breakfast sausage 1014-oz. Can tip top hot dog or hamburger United ice Mil half gallon mix or match Cream . Soft Mil Octagon liquid la. 48-oz.lettuce Nice Crisp it re cold power79 heavy duty giant Green cabbage Carolina toilet tissue Carolin toilet tissue pringles new Dangle potato chips 9-oz.twin pack 9 Shasta canned drinks can

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