High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jun 22 1976, Page 10

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 22, 1976, High Point, North Carolina Zug High Petal i mar Prtt a tuesday june to 197 l deaths and funerals death claims c. G. Weavil Thomasville Charles Glenn Cavil is. Of uis Franklin St died today in r immunity general Hospital following a length illness he Wax bom april 25 1023, in Davidson Founta Eon of Noah r and Mattie e Hedrick Weavil he saved a a staff sergeant to world War la. Serving in Japan and Okinawa he a last employed at Thayer Fogg in inc in High Point surviving Are hit Mother. Mrs Maine k Weavil id Liberty House nursing Home five states mrs Bill Elaine Bolden of 212 Forrest i hive. Mrs o h neighbors or of Eastchester i hive High in Point mrs o h a retain Hines of Worth Avenue High Point mrs Heughen 11/hi i set Brandon of Hasting Avenue Winston Salem and mrs Audre w Ood of Ocala Fla and i to Brothers Robert c Weavil of Mendenhall Road and Bill Weavil of Boule 8 funeral arrangements Are incomplete the Bod is at Siler funeral Home the family request thai memorials be directed fam Mutiny funeral Hospital rather than to the funeral j it Pill la ups Hamski h la mph Dan Phillips 07. Of by 2 Bennett died monday it the Veteran Hospital it Durham Ile was a retired Mer Ham and served in the i s army in world mar la with the rank it stall sergeant Ile was a member of fall Yeek Baptist Church surviving Are hts Wile mrs fronts Phillips two daughters miss join Phillip of the Home and mrs Tom Purvis of High tails two sister. Or Pearl Emmons and or Edward Wilder both of lit 2. Bennett Lour Brothers. Ralph Phillip of i 2 Bennett t hot Phillip of Carthage. Newland Phillips of Southern Piru and the Rev Arthur Phillip of by 3. I a wit a i a and me grandchild funeral will be 3 p in melt the Dav at fall Creek Baptist i Hutch by the Kev Amos Munet and the Kev John i Hussey burial will he it the Church cemetery the family will be at Boltin f funeral Home tonight 7 to v s. M. Hutton is dead at 84 Stephen m Hutton. H4 of 2905 Hoad died today at 5 25 a in it High Point memorial Hospital he had been in declining health five Peahi and critically ill three week or Button was Horn in Clinton. Ten March 13. I m2 a son of harks and Caroline Hutton he had been a resident cd the High Point area for 45 years and was an employee of Adams Millis corp for the years retiring in 10541 Ile was a charter member of first Baptist Church of Jamestown Fri Lier 25 04. He married the former miss Daisy Bland Mir survives of the Home surviving in admitum to i wife Are four son lame m Hutton of Dillon. S pm t r Ion i Mutt of i Sherbrook drive Norwood la Hutton of Chattanooga Tenn and Iredell s Hutton of Burlington one daughter. Or Evelyn Bowers of Jamestown 2 grandchildren tour great Grandi hit darn my four sister. Mrs Homer it Kila a Courtney of Clinton Tenn or lec Maine it let a of Lnla arte Tesa or Mary in next of Day ton Texas and or Copsy Walker of Clin ton term funeral arrangement Are Ineo Riik u do body Wal re main of Cumby mortuary Tai bus Litulu drive and the family will be there wednes Day night 7 to 8 30 the la Mil requests memorial be directed to fir Baptist Church of Jame Lown. Rathel than to the e o. Smith fat Gar Odell both of Ellerbe Smith 54. Of nor Ham Road died monday in Moore memorial Hospital in Pinehurst he was a retired Farmer surviving Are his wife. Or Louise Honeycutt Smith five daughter or Joyce Barnes of Rockingham mrs Barbara Parsons of Asheboro mrs Delon Cay of Ellerbe or Liura Reynold of boiling Spring and miss Judy Smith of the Home four son. Boger Smith of Ellerbe. Richard Smith of Hoffman and Jerry and Jarne Smith employees get county Honor by Jim Hawkins Enterprise staff writer Greensboro Margaret Hegi Ter. Recently named a coordinator for the Community councils program monday was Nam re As Guilford count v s employee of the year the Anontine in int was mad during a regular Board of commissioners meeting Here it was also announced that Mark Stewart the county s elected Register of deeds had been selected i apartment Mead of the year Council Sticks with decision on contract North main a f amiss a Nui 885 5049 Thoms Martin hell a pm cd rare p nip a Harold c. Davis Mambo Arata and Sun Owan a a in no a a a a 102 inc sinus of High Soni is 504 5 206 j Simi a of so Abc Hua it 43 i f 134 inc Impi i Vimr. Stephen m Hutton mos in Aav met to it Rita 0d� Ltd a or fun Sui Simc 1197 Sechrest service 1301 i it Kington ave 882 2555 885-2145 Qasim i 4 Hosa Mik of we Oam to Dav Ruben i Hancock la a in 5a. A a to Ltd mrs. Colene Sim Monk Powell rpm Sec Trad a Kpa mrs Georgia Knight Byrd pm Pll-%1 Bop Takt c a c a Charles Flavius Elkin 4 p in vat a it Capa i a i oms to a William Coleman Sams to a in Vaca to Bell funeral set wednesday Thi Tiu Marlin hell. 70 of Kun Whittum St died in High Point memorial Hospital monday Al i Wpm follow my a brie illness he was born in Montgomery county july to 1807 a son of John la and Pattie Hayes hell he married Mollie Williams aug 18 101 he played professional baseball for several wars he was a former employee of Highland Olton Mill. High Point Putter dept and later As a Deputy Slier til for Guilford county she rites dept after retiring he worked in paint contracting he was a member of Calvary Church of the Nara Rene surviving Are his wife of the Home. Three daughters. Or Geraldine Norton of 40 Chestnut drive. Mrs r e i Ann Clement of 225 Pine Midge drive and mrs Dorla la me Kenai of 330 i a histone Miter. Mrs Laura la Bruton of Norfolk a. And one grandson funeral will be in Calvary Church of the a Arene wednesday at 2 p in by the Rev Willard Kilpatrick burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery the body will remain at mantis c Davis funeral Home until placed in the Church to minutes before the service Hie family will be at us Whittier St. And at the funeral Home tonight 7 to y Man p f sink or ivetus Ritchie sink 77. Of did Winston had died Early saturday morning at her Home she had been in declining health for several years she was a former resident of Sophia and had lived in High Point to years Stic was a member of Marlboro friends meeting tier husband Pear lie f sink died in june 1964 surviving Are a sister mrs Edith Dixon of Boerne Texas and a half brother. Cletus Ritchie of Sophia funeral will be ii a in wednesday at j c Green and sons Chapel Thomas Ville by the Rev Merrill we Winslow burial will to in Greenlawn cemetery Iii China Grove the family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9 Fly Inin Wrenn in Terri a Muff writer Archdale the Archdale City Council following a Public hearing monday night. Let stand an earlier decision to award a i contract on a promised new service building to be located on school Hoad to the j i. Dart construction co., the in Ted lowest bidder on the project. The monday night hearing was requested by m and m building contractor Lee Mauldin whose bid on the project was 4400 lower than the Darr bid. Mauldin s bid was for 33 500 City manager Dalton Fulcher said the building committee decided to award the contract to Darr because several Council members had not been satisfied with the construction of the Archdale a try Hall built by Mauldin s firm. Mauldin said monday night he did not feel he had been treated fairly and he asked the Council to reconsider its action Greensboro attorney Lynn Davis told the Council state statutes required the City to accept the Low bid the Council after a break following the hearing decline cd to change its original deep sum and the meeting adjourned the building which will serve As a service and storage Center was expected to Cost in the neighbourhood of 20 too but the lowest bid exceeded this by More than 13.500 the mechanical and electrical work could run this total up to $44,000. Or More than double what it was originally expected to Cost commissioners or Register Stewart employee who have won service awards and those who have earned honors for length of service will be honoured thursday at an awards luncheon planned for the Royal Villa Motel meritorious service awards for performance bringing credit to the worker and to the county went to Lorene Ballinger in the Register of deeds office. Blanche Gannon in the health let ept. Mattie Holmes in the i leapt of social service Cathy la or in the fire marshal s office and Richard Davis in the emergency transportation unit departmental citations giving special recognition to Emp loves for work went to Martha Strickland and or Elliott Hester in the health dept and to Betty Holt in the planning dept civil court fouled up persons waiting to have uncontested divorce cases settled monday will have to wait until wednesday morn my due to a communication foul up in High Point civil court judge Walter Lark agreed i to take Over some of judge Alexander s duties in juvenile criminal jail and civil cases this week while judge Alexander spoke at a conference in Wilmington said Betty Campbell Assis Tan clerk of the District court. Is Campbell said that judge Clark who was filling in As a favor to judge Alexander. Heard juvenile criminal and jail cases but either forgot or was not reminded of the civil cases judge Alexander regularly hears judge Clark was very apologetic about not Healing the 22 divorce cases is Campbell said finding from Fage in District tax the county property tax. However will remain the same the school tax in Green Sboro also will increase but the City property tax probably will remain unchanged from Fage in w c. Sams funeral for William Coleman Sams will be to a in wednesday in Sechrest funeral Home Chapel by or Alfred l Miller burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery the body will remain at the funeral Home and the family will be there tonight 7 to 8 30 or Sams 60. Of 230 Boulevard died sunday in North Carolina cancer Institute in Lumberton through petitions in the Wake of a request from the dept. Of transportation they approved three other paving projects for participation by the county. Residents urged they need paving to reduce the amount of dust in their Homes and commissioner Richard Maxwell emphasized commissioners have never turned Down a petition and that the county wants All roads paved commissioners promised the petitions for the other two roads will be brought Back up As soon As possible commissioners acted against a planning dept recommendation and renamed old Riverdale Loop to Street running off pleasant Garden Road As Riverdale drive alter residents pled for a change Back to the name used before 1071. Planning dept officials said the name had Beer changed in 1971 a remove a possible duplication with Riverdale Road in the Jamestown area near High Point. County officials said they fear duplications could delay arrival of emergency \ Chicles Public invited to see new Beltane Aid Thomat Vili Ballon hooting Aid Cut a local Ballon Baar my Oid Kopac Tollit Bat to Abdul and o to wig of Tho tiny new Belton minuet on thursday and Friday of bit weak the minuet it to smallest hearing Aid of its kind Ever made by Belton electronics Cor Point Ion to tiny in fact it con easily be dipped through o lady s wedding Ting the new Aid will be shown at the Beltane hearing Aid service office 2515 Westchester drive High Point from 9 a in to 5 . Everyone who has trouble hearing is invited to Stop in to Seth new Aid free electronic hearing tests will be Given to anyone who Withes to have one some of the causes of hearing loss will also be explained and diagrams of How the ear works will be shown. At Home showings of the new Belton minuet a offered to those unable to attend the thursday and Friday showing. Appointments for an in Home showing or an in Home hearing test can be mad by calling 883 1171. Magistrate ups Bond in a change of heart the Home three Sisters or Ruth Caudle re Greensboro mrs. Ann Georgia we of Sarasota. Fla., and mrs Thelma Nelson of Liberty and six Brothers. I Tov and Hill Smith both of err bin. Tony and Wayne Smith both of Asheboro Emerald Smith of Charlotte and Ray Smith of Virginia Beach. A funeral will by 2 pm wednesday at Carter funeral Home Chapel Runal will be in Ellerbe cemetery the family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9 by Don Wrenn Enterprise staff whirr Asheboro a Trinity Man who was permitted to return Home after giving himself up monday for failing to appear in court last week on a conspiracy to com Mil armed robbery charge found himself Back monday night before the same magistrate who had freed him earlier in the Day and faced with a higher Bond Iene Hewitt of by i. Trinity who earlier that morning told deputies he thought his court Date was monday rather than monday a week ago. Wax permitted by magistrate Hurley Hicks to return Home and be Back today before another magistrate for a Bond hearing Hicks said later monday after several officers complained that Hewitt was permitted to return Home he had a change of heart and had deputies bring Hewitt in to sign a new Bond of 12.500, an increase of 2.500 Over the Bond Hewitt had been under since his original arrest that Bond had not expired or been forfeited As some critics had thought Randolph county clerk of court John Skeen said Hewitt was under Bond at All times and that judge Harvey i Upton of Winston Salem in his pickup order had failed to specify whether or not Hewitt was to be confined in jail when found or freed under the same Bond or a higher Bond he said this left it up to the magistrate Skeen this morning said he Felt the judge should have in eluded in his order what was to be done with Hewitt when and if he was picked up he said he could see nothing wrong with Hicks original action monday students get scholarships two area High school students recently received 30n scholarships each for Winston Salem state University Michael Todd Williams son of mrs Annie Williams. 1906 Fem Island Barbara Faye Tillman daughter of mrs Annie Jane Tillman. 502 Ashburn St were recipients of the scholarships area men attend meet i it Wain Skeen. Fred Pallas and Samuel Mclaren. Att realtors of High Point attended an advanced course of the North Carolina realtors Institute Given in Chapel Hill last week the week Long course cosponsored by the n c heal estate educational foundation and the i v Chapel Hill school of business was an i depth study of real ennui to technique arid current practices the n c realtors Institute is the oldest in the country. Having been in operation for 28 years sole from Fage Ibi City users of fewer water services City ewer water service. Poole said. Should be a self supporting program he said he Felt the City would be moving in that direction if the surcharge had been approved by the Council he Nevruz said the Council s decision not to Grant the school Board full request would not mean any Cut in programs the number of teachers or teachers salaries it simply Means that the City school programs will maintain the status quo for the next school year Hunycutt said according to Huneycutt the school funding Council approved monday will mean that the system will get about 20 too More than last year because of increased property valuations the 20 too will be used primarily in two Are As. He said about 1 too will be used to give teachers employed in the City entirely on local funds the 71 2 per cent increase allotted by the general Assembly the rest of the Money will be used to give City teachers an annual supplement increase of 50. School Board members requested 309.000. But Council members approved Only 283 too w Ith a guarantee of another 9 450 if the City should not gel the expected lax Over collect Lions which usually go to the school system Huneycutt did say the schools would not be Able to employ any additional teacher aides or other personnel As was planned of Council had granted a he requested funds see How much fun your Money can buy. Philco color super Sale. 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