High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jun 15 1976, Page 35

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High Point Enterprise, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1976, High Point, North Carolina2b High Point Enterprise tuesday. June 15, 1976 Culler funeral set wednesday Odell Roscoe Culler or 71, of 1517 Beau rest ave died monday afternoon in High Point memorial Hospital he had been in declining health for six years and seriously ill two weeks or Culler was born june 4. 1905 in Stokesdale. The son of Perry Lee and Carrie Lee Fowler Culler. A resident of High Point most of his life he was married in 1926 to Ila Clapp until his retirement in 1969 he was Foreman of the composing room for the Winston Salem Journel and Sentinel he was of the Baptist Faith survivors include his wife mrs Ila c Culler of the Home one son Odell r Culler or of 1519 Mcgurn drive two Sisters mrs Blanche Mann of Salisbury and mrs Thelma royals of 1523 Mcgurn drive three Brothers Harold Culler of 1524 Mcgurn drive Arnold Culler of 604 w Lexington ave and Elbert Culler of it 1 Kernersville and two grandchildren funeral will be held 2pm wednesday in Sechrest Chapel Budr e w Price or burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery the body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home the family will be at the Home of the son 1519 Mcgurn drive and at the funeral Home tonight from 7 to 9 mrs Mary Farlowe Robbins mrs Mary Rona Brewer Farlowe 63, of route 2 died monday in Moore memorial Hospital in Pinehurst surviving Are son Lonnie Jesse Farlowe of 2, Robbs daughter mrs Bonnie movie of it 2, Robbs two Brothers Ernest Roy Brewer of Lexington and Douglas Brewer of it 2, Robbs five Sisters mrs Janic Shef Field of it 2 Robbs mrs Lola Owens of Star. Mrs Effie key and mrs Dorothy Williamson both of Robbs and mrs Betty Williamson of Asheboro funeral will be 2 wednesday at Browns Chapel Christian Church by the Rev Bennie Maness burial will be in the Church cemetery the body was to be taken from Phillips funeral Home to the residence 10 a in today mrs Paul White Gastonia mrs Mary Helen White 50 of 3000 Whitson Road died sunday surviving Are her husband Paul Alexander White two sons Don and Dennis White both of the Home two masters mrs Lillie Odell of and mrs Bertha Bou Kmeyer of Asheboro and brother James Mitchell of Greensboro funeral was to be 4 today at first Baptist Church by or a Aldrich and the Rev Charlesen Tomb ment was to be at Gastonia memorial Park cemetery memorial contributions May be made to the Gastonia first Baptist Church building fund North main at Farriss Avenue 885-5049 Harold cdavis member preferred funeral director International since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 e Lexington ave 882-2555 885-2145 Nafi Onai wednesday Odell Roscoe Culler or. 2pm Sechrest Chapel 102 Chestnut Point 204 trin Dati re 431-9114 mrs. Orella White Asheboro mrs Orella Hoag Heck White 82, of 233 Worth St died monday morn ing in Randolph Hospital mrs White was a member of first presbyterian Church and was a native of new York survivors include two daughters mrs Douglas j Wilcox of san Diego Calif and mrs Robert h Hochul of Asheboro and four grandchildren funeral will be 11 a m wednesday at Pugh funeral Home Chapel by the Rev Wilkes Macaulay and the Rev Ben West burial will be at the moravian graveyard on Staten Island n y the family will be at the Home of a daughter residing at 714 Edgewood Road John h Littard Salisbury John Henderson Littard 81, of it 1, Cleveland died Satur Day in Orlando Fla or Littard was a native of Rowan county and a retired Farmer survivors include two sons John h Littard or of Lynchburg a and Bill Overman of Rockwell daughter mrs dons Wells of Orlando Fla and two Sisters miss Emma Littard of High Point and mrs Mary l Thompson of North Palm Beach Fla funeral was to be at 11 a m today at North Hills presbyterian Church in Salisbury where or list Tard was a member by the Rev William Adams and the Rev Malcolm Bullock William h. Bailey Asheboro William Henry Bailey 58, of route 7 died monday morning in Randolph Hospital or Bailey was an employee of general electric co in the maintenance department and a member of the Ramseur Church of god survivors include his wife mrs Mary Mernett Bailey sister mrs Olive Trogdon of it 5 Asheboro. And two Brothers j p Bailey or of it 5 Asheboro and the Rev Gniffin Bailey of Davis funeral will be 4 at Pugh funeral Home Chapel by the Rev Melva Jernigan and the Rev Joel burial will be in Randolph memorial Park cemetery the family will be at the funeral Home 7 to 9 tonight Ronnie r. Wyatt traph1li, Ronnie Ray 26 of route 1 died monday morning in Chatham memorial Hospital in Elkin As the result of a self inflicted gunshot according to a spokesman for the Wilkes county sheriff s dept or Walt was born in county and was an employee of Chatham manufacturing co in Elk in survivors include five Sisters. Mrs Annie Ruth Lipfird of High Point. Mrs Rosezelle of summer Field mrs Edith Williams and mrs Ethel Huffman. Both of Thomasville and mrs Joyce Lowe of Asheboro and two Brothers Willie of i Traphill and Roger Watt of i roaring River i funeral will be 2 cd Nesdal at old roaring River Baptist Church by the Rev Clint Brand and elder Birch Handy burial will be at mount Awn memorial Park cemetery in North Wilkesboro the body is at rems Sturdivant funeral Home in North Wilkesboro mrs Jame g. B1gelow Reidsville mrs Janie Graves Bigelow 81, of route 1 died sunday at Annie Penn memorial Hospital mrs Bigelow was born in Caswell county and was a retired tobacco Farmer she was a member of the Smyrna Church of Christ survivors include three sons James a Bigelow and George l Bigelow. Both of Reidsville and Willie d. Bigelow of High Point four daughters mrs. Katie Farrish and mrs Bessie Graves both of Reidsville mrs Beatrice Walker of Newport news a and miss Clara Bigelow of new York City and 17 grandchildren funeral will be 2-30 . Wednesday at Graves Chapel Baptist Church by Bishop Preston Graves burial will be in the Church cemetery the family will be at Bible Way holy Church 7 to 8 tonight Manger quits fayettev1lle a City manager Guy Smith who served in the position for More than five years submitted his resignation to the Fayel Tevilla City Council monday night miss Richardson gets 18 months in drug Case Greensboro Federal court judge Eugene a Gordon monday sentenced Terry Lynn Richardson 21, of High Point to 18 months in prison m a drug distribution Case is Richardson arrested on april 24 As a result of undercover work by the High Point police dept the state Bureau of investigation and Federal drug agents earlier had entered a plea of guilty in Federal court to a drug charge in an indictment that also named Terry Lee Byerly and Timothy Lane Byerly both of High Point judge Gordon last week sentenced Terry Byerly to six years in prison and sentenced Timothy Byerly to 5 years in prison is Richardson is to be on special parole for three years following her release from the 18-month prison sentence Field from Page in program were established after the recent turmoil within the county department a Power vacuum in the department developed during a conflict Between the county commissioners and officials of the county area mental health Board county commissioners and the county manager were miffed when they were told by former director of mental health services Paul Mcdonald that they would have some say Over policy of the county program but sub sequently found they had Little real Power going on what they were told by Mcdonald the com missioners decided to found the area mental health Board last year but they became increasingly Dis enchanted with the Board when its members began to assert Independence of the commissioners the situation worsened when personnel conflicts within the department arose and Mcdonald did not move to resolve them com missioners and the county manager observed the conflicts but were powerless to do anything about it All areas of conflict and disagreement Over the program were resolved when the commissioners voted late last year to dissolve the area mental health Board and resume authority Over the program summer from Page in and we Don t juggle the figures around either in other action com missioners unanimously approved a motion to put in a bid to Host the 1977 special olympic games a program for the mentally retarded Morgan also gave a report on the Day in the Park Celebration set for july 4 he said about 150 craftsmen Are expected to attend the Celebration at City Lake Park where they will be making and Selling Cratts musicians Are also scheduled to perform and a playground area has been designated for children parking facilities will be located at the Jaycee Fairgrounds and a shuttle bus service will be in opera Tion from around noon to closing the Parks and recreation and City police boxing teams have merged Morgan announced. They will be housed in the old salvation army building a girls athletic association was also formed monday. Morgan said the program s purpose is to provide girls Between the Ages of 8-12 with sports activity housing authority sets site for Elm towers High Rise by Lee Mortimer Enterprise staff writer the High Point housing authority took action today placing the site of the planned Elm towers elderly High Rise residency under a 40 year Lien with the Federal government the commission s action was needed so that the u s dept of housing and Urban development can begin sell ing Bonds to finance construction of the project estimated at 3 million housing authority executive director Ken Martin told commissioners he was working toward a noon deadline today to deliver project data to Hud officials in Greensboro he said he expects Hud concurrence wednesday allowing con tracts for construction to be awarded commissioners plan reconstruction conferences with contractors who last month submitted Low bids on the project Martin said he hoped contracts could be signed Friday. The planned 150-unit, 11 Story residence will be located on a site bounded by Vail s. Elm and w Willis streets. It will contain 90 on and two bedroom living Randolph school officials unhappy with cuts by Don Wrenn Enterprise staff writer Asheboro Randolph school officials Are unhappy with the cuts made in the 1976-77 budget requests by the Randolph county com missioners and they Are planning to appear in mass at the Randolph courthouse thursday night when the commissioners have scheduled a Public meeting on the county budget during monday s regular june session of the Randolph county Board of education supt John Lawrence and several members of the Board expressed almost total disagreement with the action of the commissioners who Cut the county schools capital outlay budget from 75 to a Cut of 145 75 the current expense budget for the county schools did not fare As bad but it still was reduced from the requested to 546 276 or 114 Board member Mary Tate Blake said she could not believe the commissioners could Cut such needed funds from the county schools she said the budget contained no fat but had Only essential needs another Board member Howard Hinshaw said he thought the school Board should go to court if necessary to get the cuts restored Lawrence said he was afraid the cuts in the budget might affect the schools current building program and added that if the same policy was used in the future As the one used for next year s budget then the future capital outlay programs could be in trouble county school Board chairman r s Sonny Davis said he Felt when the commissioners hold their budget hearing thursday night that As Many school officials and others interested in the county schools should be on hand he said it was important to the schools to get the requested funds in both budgets mental health Ity to open Greensboro Guilford county will begin operation of a 24-hour emergency evaluation and referral service for those needing psychiatric care at the mental health Center Here starting june 23, according to county manager John Witherspoon operation of the unit will follow closing of the psychiatric a patient care unit which now operates at the l Richardson memorial Hospital the unit will close june 18 officials said those needing in patient care will be transferred to the John thieves take furnishings Thomasville two area thefts which occurred at the latter part of last week resulted in losses totalling 339 to the owners a trailer at triple a mob he Home sales on 1-85 outside the City was burglarized thursday or Fri Day night Davidson county sheriff s deputies reported that Worth of household furnishings were taken Clyde Suggs of Cedar Lodge Road reported to deputies that his residence was broken into Friday night deputies reports show that the House was entered by a rear door and a Rifle cd radio a Power converter and liquor All valued at were taken thinks wrong beware of the fellow who has honest motives but habitually insists on Dis honest practices Campaign from Page in Umstead Hospital at Butner or to another private or Public facility m the Region until the county can provide a facility Board of commissioners chairman Gaston Faison said commissioners May decide on a new site for an m patient facility at their meeting thursday he said he is not sure whether the county will move now to Purchase

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