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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 17, 1976, High Point, North Carolina A i High Point Felt reprise. Thursday. Jim i 1976 a deaths and funerals mrs. Pope Dies at 80 or Irene Klutz Beth Mother Betty Hildreth Pope 80. Of 617 Chestnut drive diet Early mom inc in High Point memorial Hospital she had been in i til Leal condition two week mrs Hildreth wan bom aprils 1896 in Anton county the daughter of John and Katherine Porter Hildreth a Rew dont of the High Point v Irinita for 49 Sears she was a retired employee of Adams Millis and a member of Ward Myert i listed methodist a Hurch. The women s Bible last of the sunday school and the Lydia women s missionary group she was married to James r in Ope who died Ort 22 1971 survivors include a me son Marl h Pope of the Home. A me daughter. Mrs James ii i Job Taylor of Baton Bouge. La four grandchildren and one great grandchild the body will remain at climb it mortuary on Hest nut drive pending rumple lion of funeral i a h Burlington Atholl Wilkerson it Al i handler. 74 of 1936 Holland ave died wednesday at his hone or Chandler was a retired employee it icon Gilliam and son seed store Ami had been employed at the Burlington coca cola bottling co survivors include his Wile. Mrs Bettie Aldridge Chandler two daughters. Mrs Clyde Blackjr of Burlington and mrs Elmore Jobe of by 2. Lion College one win Colen Vav Handlei it Burlington three Sisters. Mrs Allen Miles of Burlington. Mis far in Briggs of la Kington and mrs Lorena Boswell of Yanceyville one brother Otis Chandler of Yanceyville and nine i and children funeral will be 3 p in Friday at Bush Arbor primitive Baptist Hurch. Where or handler was a member by Bider Wallis Smith and Bider Donald Smith Lurial will be in the Church cemetery. Tile family will brat Mcclure funeral Home 7 to 9 tonight lbs Ida in Angl Stok fed ale mrs Ida Preston Angel 67, died wednesday at motes Cone Hospital in Greensboro mrs Angel was a retired employee of Blue hell inc in Stokesdale amt was a lifelong resident of the Stokesdale Community survivors include one daughter mrs Wanda Lou of of Winston Salem two sons. Lonnie Wallace Angel of by 2 Kernersville Ami Max Roger Angel of Ocean City md., three sister. Mrs Hazel Phillips of by 3, Summerfield mrs Gladys Lii Ompson of Stokesdale and mrs Mary Allelic Bough of Greensboro seven Brothers. Aul i Preston of summer Emma Oran i. Fred turn and of c o l Foj c arid Vaughn \ pre ton All of Stokesdale funeral will be 4 p in Friday at Moke via Rebustian Church where mrs Angel was a member by the Bev William Hare burial will he in the Church cemetery the faintly will he a1 Brooke funeral Home 7 to i tonight memorial contributions May to made to Stokesdale chits Man Church Stam i v Al Nib Al funeral Tor Abe Waller Stanley 57 of 605 Woodlawn thud who died wednesday will be held 2 p in Friday in Fairview primitive Baptist Church near Oak bulge by Bider Harry Bowman and in c i Hall burial will pc in the Church cemetery the body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home and will in placed in the Church i minutes tie Livre the funeral hic family will to at he funeral Home tonight rom 7 to noun Wain of Farriss ave nut 885-5049 Harold c. Davis a Mew Lemiol in in ii Ofik to cot sine dry Gogh Point is Soss 206 trend if re at Choate 43 i 91 24 inc melt to Irene illicit Elk Pope Wor to a v i Neo ult since 189? Sechrest service 1301 t it Kington ave 882-2555 885-2145 of mks Grace b Jones Pinnacle mrs Grace Frances Burke Jones 63. Of route i. Died from injuries received in a car Accident wednesday morning in King no mrs Jones was born in Wilkes county the daughter o Todd and Isdora Elledge Burke she was employed by Ayre of w is ton Salem and was a member of Hay Meadow Baptist Church in Wilkes county survivors include one daughter. Mrs Carol j Hauser of Lexington two sons. Tommy b Jones of Pinnacle and h Steve Jones of by 7. Greensboro one sister mrs Bose Johnson of by Iota Beach Fla one brother of Almadge Burke of North Wilkesboro and eleven Grandc Hildren funeral will in i p in Friday at the vex funeral Home Chapel in Pilot Mountain by the Rev Jack Joyce burial will be in Hay Meadow Baptist Hurch cemetery. The body will remain at the funeral Home the family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 to 9 Cai say b. Comer Star Causey Emmett Comer. 74. Of Tampa Fla formerly of Star died saturday in Florida survivors include his wife. Mrs Clarice Comer three sons. Lloyd Comer of Gold shorn. Causey k Comer or and Gary b Comer both of Tampa one daughter. Mrs Brewster Beane of Asheboro one Stepson. Jackie minion of Tampa one stepdaughter mrs Barbara Armstrong of Tampa four Sisters. Mrs Mattie Jordan of by 2. Seagrove mrs Bodle of of flume e n Mars Meda a Cmpbell of Mullins s c and mrs bulb Price of Rockingham one brother. Boyd Comer of by 2. Seagrove and 13 grandchildren funeral will be 2 p in Kri Day at Bethel Church of god by the Bev Vav c Lee Buna will be in Dover Baptist Church cemetery the family will by at Phillips funeral Home 7 to 9 tonight lbs in b. Cd App Siler City mrs Ruby Edwards Clapp. 67. Of route 4 was found dead tuesday in i Pond near the Home of her son the drowning has been listed As an apparent suicide by the Chatham county sheriffs dept mrs Clapp was a native of Chatham county survivors include her daughter. Mrs Byron Oldham of Siler City. Two sons Edwin Clapp of by 4. Siler its and or James r Clapp of Durham two Brothers Bobet i t Edwards of by i. Siler City and Raymond b Edwards of by 2. Gibson four Sisters. Mrs Josie Walker of it 3 Liberty. Mrs Grace Lindley of by i Snow Camp. Mrs mate Harris of Rochdale and mrs Irene Thomas of by. 3, Rockingham and seven grandchildren funeral was to in 4 30 p in today at Rocky River Baptist Church where mrs Lapp was a member by the Rev Charlesl Auer and the Rev laude Johnson burial was to be in the Church cemetery easter funeral Thomasville funeral for Harvey moral easter. 81 of Fisher ferry St who Dull tuesday night in a immunity general Hospital will be Friday at 4 p in Al Southside Baptist Church by the Rev Charles f. Broome burial will by in Holly Hill cemetery the body was to remain at Siler funeral Home until taken to the Home. 923 Fisher ferry St. Today at la a in five injured in Accident five persons were slightly injured wednesday at 12 50 p in in a two car wreck on e Green drive at Smith Street they were Hobby Ann Rice Antrim Rice. 2. Antonio Bice. 2 and a a Verne Bice. 6. All passengers in a car driven by Ella Mac Rice of e Collie drive and Sylvia Denise Holem of Willard Street Driver of the other ear is Holem was charged with following too closely Mamie Hogan Bodenheimer of i. 2, Asheboro was slightly injured wednesday at 6 38 a in when her car and one driven by Ronald Keith Powers. J7. Of route 2 collided on Surrett drive at Davidson Street Powers was charged with exceeding a Sale Speed Center plans annual meeting Jamestown reports it How services offered by the Jamestown alcoholic education Center have helped individuals and agon i Les will highlight tire unit s annual meeting next week Ben gamer director said the annual meeting planned Tor 6 30 p in at the Owca in High Point will also feature a report of the year s work Guilford county. High Point Jamestown officials and judges and representatives from Industry and Civie agencies attending the session will hear thai the year brought a growth rate of 25 per cent in services provided. Gamer said he said speaker will in elude an Industrial nurse a probation officer a representative from Industry As Well As some persons who have received the Agency s sit vices each of these will Tell How the program has helped touring Washington Ellen Marie Willard of High Point is among 34 tuber North Carolina youth in die Bicentennial Rural electric youth tour to Washington. Do this week the group joined about i too youth from 26 states for the tour of the nations capital City during their Sta. The youth tourists will have break list at the Capitol and individual appointments at their congressmen s offices Hie trip is sponsored by Davidson electric membership corp in lax my on Celebration Randolph commissioners to hold Public hearing Legal notices Legal notices Asheboro Randolph county commissioner chairman Frank Auman said wednesday he feels that maybe the county Board of commissioners did Cut too deeply into several departmental budgets last week but he would not go so far As to predict what the Board might do when it holds a Public hearing on the proposed i976-77 county budget tonight. Auman said he did not know what the other commissioners might decide to do or How they feel. He said he knew a number of people were unhappy and Many of them Are expected to appear at the hearing tonight the chairman said that prior to last weeks session he would not have believed the $10.5 million budget requests received could be reduced to the $7 s million it was and the tax rate of 55 cents per Hoo held Bird Sanctuary from Page id that Blue jays and pigeons cause problems there have been no reports of anyone shooting Birds such As Robins discussion of Penny Road showed Only one of the 17 property owners signed an agreement to provide right of Way and that another had showed a willingness to do so. Green said the state May Lake the project from its list he said the state had allowed the Road to run Down expecting to see a new Street there and that the Road a is getting in bad shape Quot he urged an Effort to see if the state could work the Road this summer councilmen received a report from town manager Charles Turner showing 14,520 rounds of Golf have been played at the Jamestown Park Golf course since the facility opened in november officials noted the five and a half month period included Winter months they adopted a soil sedimentation and erosion control ordinance which will go into effect immediately administered by Guilford county and heard Turner report the Guilford county inspections dept will begin inspections work inside Jamestown starting july i Turner reported Revenue from the towns alcoholic beverage control Board store totalled $250,623 70 for May and councilmen set june 29 As a meeting Date for a final budget session Randolph from Page id be said he was sure prior to that meeting that a tax rate increase was the Only Way the county could go and he told reporters during a break at this meeting that a tax hike would be required he said that he went along with the cuts but indicates now he is having second thoughts Randolph county sheriff Carl Moore said the cuts made in his budget could make his department less effective than it was in the present year he said he will appear before the commissioners to see if he can get some of the funds restored Randolph county school superintendent John Lawrence is slated to appear tonight and is expected to bring a Large delegation with him at the regular june meeting monday the Board of education members approved a Resolution urging the commissioners to restore the funds dropped from their budget requests the budget hearing is set for 7 30 p in in courtroom a at the courthouse in Asheboro Legal notices scheduled High Point Parks and recreation dept is sponsor my an acrobatics course for children beginning thursday running weekly until july 22 from 1-2 30 p in and and a Bicentennial Celebration saturday from to a in to 5 p in both set Tor Oakview recreation Center on James re woman reports Billfold stolen Thomasville the theft of a Billfold containing $22 and a Check w As reported wednesday to Thomasville police by Cann Lynn Lloyd of Julian Avenue who said the Billfold was taken from her car apologize to attorney Deane Bell Peoples savings and loan vice president Eddie Allen and David Lee each of the three have denied signing the petition the libertarian party is reportedly opposed to the draft sex Laws and Laws pertaining to other victimless crimes representatives of the party presented several petitions to the Randolph county Board of elections monday for confirmation. Mrs. Betty Oakley executive Secretary to the county Board of elections said wednesday Many of the names could not be verified because they could not he read at least 40 of the 132 names were not registered voters mrs Oakley said she became suspicious of several of the names after reporters had questioned Bell and he denied having signed the petition Bell threatened suit if he could learn who forged his name wednesday. Mrs Oakley told Andrews and meter that she would not confirm the petition until her Hoard had a Chance to fire damages bedding room firemen responded to Only one fire Call in the City wednesday and that was to the Home of Dorothy Jackson at 2501 Tuxedo Way firemen said it appeared a fire started in a trash Basket Between two Beds in the bedroom of the Home there was damage to the Beds and the room according to firemen who said that they were notified by a neighbor firemen said the neighbor had extinguished the fire when they arrived but that they took the soldering bedding outside and doused it with water City firemen were called to j Reliance Universal on Prospect Street tuesday at to 45 a in to a fire outside in a storage Yard firemen said that some Type of residue ignited by spontaneous combustion they said the fire was extinguished by employees before they arrived. The Only other Call tuesday was at 9 45 p in to a Home on Mary Wood Street when a pan of grease ignited on a stove meet and even then not until a new chairman is named for her Board notice North Carolina Guin Ford county the undersigned quiz Ilton a he executrix of the estate of Richard erne Neave Defeated late of Guilford county North Carolina this it 1 to Holly All persons Tiret and Cor per it pm hawing Claut. Agami the Aid decedent to Preterite them to the in Durci Conrd it us River Road High Point . On or before the i eth Day of de it Entje i or hit notice will by pleaded in Par of their recovery All per toot firms and corporation indebted to sad estate will pirate make in Media payment to the undersigned thit the 7th Day of june 174 Helen Cecil nerve executrix of the estate of Richard Ernett Neave James mattock attorney a to 6 17 6 74 7 1 notice of Sale North Carolina Guilford county under and by virtue of the Power of tale contained in that certain deed of fruit executed by Mamie France Stamey Tingle recorded in Book 767 a Page 43 in the office of the Reg iter of deed i of Guilford county and under and by virtue of that certain order entered by the attn ant clerk of the Superior court of Guilford county on May 77, 7� end of record in special proceeding 7 up #77 default having been made in the payment of the in debt Edneita secured by Talt a deed of fruit and the Holder of the Neh Tennett a hereby tec red having demanded the foreclosure thereof for the Purpo in of to Xiying the indebted neti end due notice having been Given to Thole Arditi de to tame the undersigned Trotter will Otter for tale at Public auction for Cath at the East door of the City county building in High Point get to 30 o clock a m on june i 176 the land conveyed in Tam deed of fruit the tame being owned by William o Wei born and being More particularly deter bed it follow prenatal in High Point township Guilford county beginning at a Tae in the northerly property line of East Watha Goon Street 776 6 feet East of inverter Hon of North Wrenn Street the tame being eng Tih motor company Southeast Corner mow Wachovia Bank Trot company a Southeast cornered running thence along English motor company t line North 14 degree and it minute Welt if 41 feet to an Iron take thence North 13 degree la minute East 134 i feet to an Iron Hake thence South 36 degree of minute East 700 0 teat to an Iron Hake in the northerly property line of t att Street thence along the Norm property line of East Watha Goon Street South 14 degree 71 Moutet Welt 140 37 feet to an Iron Hake me Post Aud place of beginning according to a Turvey made by William f Freeman Engineer dated november 7 Tea and detonated at Job no s2 and be log the tame property conveyed to Mamie John Smith How Mamie s Stamey decorated by Alexandria o Smith and wife by deed dated May 74 i�67, and recorded in Book to Page 470 in the office of the of deed of Guilford Coon to North Carolina and the tame acquired by Mitt Fanny Stamey Mitt Mamie France Stamey by will of Mamie Smith Stamey dated of Lobar 7, if and duly admitted to probate by the clerk of Superior court of Guilford county North Carolina on july 14. 170 except that portion which hat been acquired by the state Highway com million Tor tie purpose it widening eng i us Road thit property it generally de crib and at no 777 eau rivet drive High Point the aforesaid tale will or made tub wet to an encumbrance ruling prior to the recording of the above referenced deed of fruit and will be sub text to an a axe and to Ciai attest Kmentt out handing Agamet said property the Luce Toful bidder at the tale will be required to make a immediate Cath depots of to of the amount bid up to and including to 000 00 plut 5% of any 1 exert Over to 300 00 thit the 77th Day of May 676 Janes b Lovelace. Trotter Iii Hayden place High Point 77260 i Lovelace amp Gill atty i Iii Hayden place High Point 77760 6 3 6 to a 7. A74 notice of summons by publication abandonment and Avon hearing state of North Carolina county of Guilford in the general court of Justice Superior court division Roy Raynor Petitioner Ronald James Pace respondent take notice that a pleading trekking Relief Agamet you hat been la the above entitled action the nature of the relict beg Tough it a follow that the Petitioner a brought an action Agami the respondent for tie determination of abandonment by respondent of hit child Ronald James Pace or that thit hearing will further determine the unlawful and wilful abandonment by respondent of said child in that hit whereabouts Are unknown and he hat tailed to provide child support further the Beer my will be had at to the adoption of said child Ronald James Pace or by the Petitioner and that you Are required to my a detente to such pleading not later than August 7, 1676 and upon your failure to do to the party reeking Ter vice Agamet you will apply to the court for the Relief Tough th7th Day of june 176 Williama Overman attorney for Petitioner suites 103 104 the Legal Center is s Hamilton Street 6-17, 74 7 1, High Point 27760 Telephone f6 001116 1676 invitation to Bio notice is hereby Given the the housing authority of the City of High Point will until 17 of noon edit on the 7th Day of july 176 a the office of the authority 701 East Green or be High Point receive Tea de bid for the Purchase and redevelop men of the following described real property located in the Southside neighbourhood development Proiti i n f. A 16 Point Norm Caroline being parcel a la on the land disposition map of the Southi neighbourhood development protect fronting approximately 43 on Arnot Street and approximately 17 Lect in Redding Street containing approximately i 4�4 Square feet the Eha will attribute a no a Gage value of to 700 being parcel b la on the land disposition map of the Southside neighbourhood development protect fronting approximately 0 on Arnot Street and approximately 140 deep front ammo approximately 6,714 Square feet the he will attribute a mortgage value i 00 being parcel Cli on the land i disposition map of the Southside neighbourhood development protect fronting approximately 66 on Redding Street end approximately Iso deep con Tam no approximately 6hi que re feet the Eha will attribute a mortgage value of la 10 being parcel e la on the land i disposition map of of Southside i neighbourhood development project fronting Ivri safely 66 on Redding i Street and approximately to Der. I front ammo approximately 6 71 Square i Teeth Eha will attribute a i mortgage value of to 10 the property it being told Tor residential it and Loch accessory Ute i incidental Toner eco at Are Tat Forth in the Dei Law anon of restrictions on tile in the Oft ice of the hooting authority of the City of High foot toi East Green drive bids than be accompanied by a car Lilied Check payable to the housing authority of the City of High Post in an amount equal to five s per tent Otth of Price a separate bid Price it to be submitted Tor individual lot bad will be opened at 12 of Moor edit on the 7th Day of july 176 at the off in it the authority the author i re verve the right to Remet in yet i j bid end to waive any irregular ties in bidding bid Are to piece to approval j by the City count i of the City of High i Point further detail May be obtained by contacting the office it the housing 1 author to of the City of High Post toi j East Green drive High Point North i Carolina thit Lith Day of june 176 housing authority of the Chi of High Point by Canon c Stout chairman i 6 if 77 to 7 7a announcement 1. Announcements Mary Hobbs Idill to m. Unm i Tim Hru a Alto d. Bridesmaid 6. Mother Era my a catering Lee Savit a do your Ray ind �?�1>dqi\rrtie auth Sty Lustre Turnt it. Try a Huffman paint television log John Lindsay hosting lbs specials a a a 3. Lost amp found by Jay Sharbutt Al television writer new York apr in his 54 years. John v Lindsay has been a congressman twice mayor of this fast coast Hamlet and briefly a candidate for the democratic presidential nomination in 1972 now he s practising Law in fun City and working part time for Abu tonight he 4 hosting a Quot closeup special with a Magazine style format that May become Abc news answer to us "60 minutes news series Lindsay who said he was lapped for the hosting Job Well after the show s four segments were filmed readily admits that his contributions to it Are strictly narration and connecting segments of the show Quot however he says he d like to do interviews of the kind that appear to it and possibly Host a Magazine for mat series it such comes to pass it s the kind of thing that has primarily interested me in television Quot said Lindsay. Hired by Abu in september 1974 to serve As a guest contributor a on the new Quot am America morning show that began in 1975. The show flopped and was replaced in the fall by Quot Good morning. co hosted by actor David Hartman and actress Nancy Dussault Lindsay tilling in Tor Hartman this week while the latter is on vacation was asked How by happened to sign up with Abu he said he started when he and his wife were in Europe taking a nine month sabbatical after he retired from political life. He said he ran into a Newsweek writer a Friend who asked about his future plans i said one thing i d like to do is some Good television documentary work on the problems of world cities he recalled Quot the next thing i knew lid appeared in Newsweek s Periscope Section As an item Quot then he said. Abu news chief Hill Sheehan asked him if he d be interested in doing such documentaries for Abc he said yes then Abu s entertainment Side asked him about doing am american he said he suggested the entertainment Side Check first with Sheehan and word came Back. No problem that s How it All began Quot he said his work Tor Abc then As it still is now. Was done on a part time basis Quot it makes life complicated for me because my Basic profession is the Law and most of the Legal stuff i do is International to working a helluva lot harder than i originally intended but i m also having a lot of fun in Oung two terrier Type dogs be City Lear Johnson St to Are pore 66 i 747_____ found tin a Bleck pert germen Shepherd mete 3 4 months old vanity of Cook a celtic Netter pm 6 747 found Mel Cocker Spaniel five Points Are Cen a a it 664 lost Money in Dank envelopes Lor Dev. M or near town theatre phone us lit or us 640 a a a lost Fem inn setter Warny White flee Coiler answer to test Vicinity deep River a Gordon re approx j j or old 4s4 4446 a a a Mai pc Collie dog to dyed from Horn on Fairview Church rued Trinity answers to Lobo Reward pm 431 6046 after 4pm_ lost male is Bernard answer to name of whiskey or whisk Reward us 47s�?T or is 903 4. Personal marriage arrangement Complete within 7 or Lam to 7pm monday tar Friday Call for appointment 112 76s4 c c Hughe Dalle furniture troubled a lonely confused Call Contact m2 1171 someone realty does tart corrections Quot the and which appeared in tuesdays want and concerning of Calvary a till Church was not pieced none paper or Rev hero Mcpheron or to Church or St Cor in per 14 verse 34 a 3 have your Napkin a match printed at party galore Call ns-164 for Quick service private inv Tio at ions quiet confidential anywhere anytime Coley Sharpe private detect be #66 6046 a 1014 Tor any debt other than my own s Ned Roger peace Chi Aik. To if Ltd Liard i 41 Hinc i als. Xii or to a huh. C Charlotte 3 huh. 4 harlot or 8 i High Paia i fit hah. H Tattoo tale Ai 5. Instructions p Ano lessons opening for a few i etude not teacher a a degree in music from unc o Call us s4sa pub us i it a lessons in s3 i Atter 4pm Shaw Mik to 0 i t x a no thursday or Mary Al or no Robinson or a son la a in set in est Chapel Friday a nut i it oms la 14 pc a Rose to est c Hap incomplete Abt Vav stunk pm Annix Rosf Kin an be i to sen the Joncier of the Peggy Anne shops Here. Diet wednesday in an Augusta. A Hospital he formerly resided on Vav Parkway funeral will be held Friday at to Mam with burial to follow in the hebrew cemetery on Highway 311 North from Page id the first ballot to vote for both Reagan and Ford based on results of the North Carolina primary that is 28 votes will be cast for Reagan 25 for Ford and one remains uncommitted should there be a second ballot however the Delegate would be free to vote their own preference in add am to the Delegate selection. Saturday s business will include a keynote address by mrs Phyllis Schlafly in the race Tor National committee posts fights Are expected for both seats Ford North Carolina co chairman mrs Margaret King will oppose mrs Betty Lou Johnson a Reagan Backer Tor the National committee woman s seat Hugh Chatham of Kikm will most Likely be opposed by or John fast of fast Carolina University and former state Gap chairman Frank Bouse for the National commute mans seat today s evening programs 6 00 pm 21 Channel j news 3 scene tonight 41 zoom 8.9 eyewitness news 12 new Seemer 12 6 30 2 lbs news 4 vision on to Abu news 9,12 Abc news 7 00 2 space 1999 3 us news 4 ours ton 8 Price is right i bewitched 12 to Tell the truth 7 30 3 the Waltons 4 . News conference 8 let s make a Deal �9 the practice 12 new candid camera 8 of 2 the Waltons 4 firing line 8 Welcome Back Rotter 9,12 Mac Davis show 8 30 3 Bobby Vinton show i Barney Miller 9 00 2,3 Hawaii five-0 4 peer gent i streets of san Francisco 9 movie 12 movie 10 00 2,3 Barnaby Jones 8 Abc news closeup 11 00 2 night beat 3 scene tonight 8,9 eyewitness news 12 news enter 12 11 30 2,3 movie 8 Mannix and the magician 9,12 tonight show 1 00 1,12 tomorrow show 1 45 8 eyewitness Newt teacher will Tutor Grade i Iarj a Rig a math Ceil #66 373 4 in read a nation a a math for further info tutoring in my Home any to amp it in adet 1-4 certified Fetcher Call #a6 7s services and repair 13. Handyman a Yard work Flower red a shrubbery trash hauled repair work s. Painting Day or night 431 #647 triad tree service i tree work landscaping driveway work Ila work topsoil. And Rock a gravel re 431 7#s All kinds of tractor work landscaping Yards leaded driveways scrapped loft cleaned Oft. Trash hauled blowing a Dot cing reasonable Price a Ira a timotes Call �#3 773 All Type of tractor work Don Garden slowed Yard Taeed mowing driveway built Sand Rock a Stone Hopewell landscaping 431-1016

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