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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 24, 1974, High Point, North Carolina So High Point Enterprise monday june 24, 1974 deaths amp funerals Bumgarner g. G. Williard funeral set is dead at 71 faction for planning failures mrs. Garrett death claims Dies at 56 mrs. Ouren mrs. Nora Eunice Mcneill Bumgarner. 61. Of 102 Culler St., wife of Lennie v. Bumgarner. Died at 2 90 today in Rowan memorial Hospital in Salisbury. She had been in declining health for nine years and a patient at the Hospital for one Day. She was born in Moore county aug. 13, 1912. A daughter of John and Sarah Cagle Mcneill and had lived most of her life in High Point. She was a retired employee of Pickett Cotton Mil s and was of the Baptist Faith surviving Are her husband of the Home one daughter mrs. Bill Leona Barnes of 1026 e. Fairfield re one son. Darrell Bumgarner of 704 Richview or. Two Sisters. Mrs. Ida Myers of High Point and mrs. Pugh of Randleman one brother. Dempsey Mcneil of Troy and five grandchildren funeral will be held at 2 p in. Wednesday at j. C. Green it sons Chapel Thomasville by the Rev. Worth r Pugh and the Rev. Elliot b Stewart. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery the family will be at the funeral Home tuesday night 7 to 9 and at the Home on Culler Street. Holly funeral set wednesday mrs. Hattie Goodwin Holly. 72. Of 413 Hobson St. Died saturday at 9 30 p in in High Point memorial Hospital following six months of declining health and hospitalisation of four Days. Mrs Holly was born dec. 25, 1901, in Richland county s c., a daughter of the late Henry and Mittie Howard Grant and had been a resident of High Point since i960 she was a member of first Baptist Church and a member of the helping hand club survivors include her husband William Holly of the Home one son. Jesse Goodwin of 1202 Dartmouth St. And two grandchildren funeral will be held wednesday at 4 . At first Baptist Church by the Rev. John e Trotman burial will be in Greenhill cemetery. The body will remain at Hazlip funeral Home until placed in the Church 30 minutes prior to the funeral. The family will be at the funeral Home tuesday 8 to 9-p in. Since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 i Lexington ave. 882-2555 885-2145 St a r Ion Al ,.stifcrto 7ll Ulm a ans tuesday Garnett Guilford Williard la a a High Point primitive Koptiw Church mortuary phone 885-5045 102 Chestnut or. Monoa mrs. Myrtle h. Stanley i p a f atry of a haunt Church Louie Ray French 4 Raa Cumby Chap. Inked Heep i cud a Writt our prayer we will Pray for you no i strings attached. It is our Way of serving the lord. No one will Contact you unless you specially request it just do this phone 464-4511. A recorder will respond. You done to need to give your name just state your need and we will Pray for you then watch your life for the hand of god to move. Phone 454-4511 or write prayers answered to. Box 154, Jamestown . 27282. Bum Garnett Guilford Williard 71, of re i High Point was dead on arrival at 3 05 pm. Sunday at High Point memorial Hospital. He had been in declining health for six months. Or. Williard was born March 23, 1903. In Guilford county a son of Moses Damascus and Ollie Grace Climard Williard. He was a lifelong resident of Guilford county and was married feb 5, 1923, to Hyacinthe Gordon. Until his retirement in 1961, he was a Dairy Farmer he was a member of High Point primitive Baptist Church. Surviving Are his wife mrs Hyak Mthr g. Williard of the Home two daughters mrs. S. J. Charlotte Maness of 809 Hines St. And mrs g. T. Rebecca Grubb of route i three sons. J. Horace. Irvin l and a. D. Williard. All of route i 12 grandchildren two great grandchildren and one Hal sister mrs j. L. Bessie Eller of route i. Funeral will be held at la a in tuesday in High Point primitive Baptist Church by elder v. V. Williard and elder Roy Spier burial will be in Guilford memorial Park cemetery the body will remain at the Sechrest funeral Home until placed in the Church 30 minutes before the funeral the family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 until 9 pallbearers will be Jacob Clinard Frank Clinard Edward Williard. Jesse Williard. Booker t. Cole and Paul Sullivan. E. E. Roberts Lexington funeral for Eldred e Roberts. 73. Of 8 Forest Hill Road who died saturday was to be held at 2 p in. Today at Good Hope methodist Church by the Rev Gilmer Wagner and the Rev Albert Wellons. Burial was to be in the Church cemetery mrs. Della Wright mrs. Della a. Wright of Miami fla., died sunday at 10 15 . In a Miami Hospital. Survivors include a daughter mrs. L. E. Babs Shipton of Miami five Sisters. Mrs. Beulah Philbin of 1508 Worth ave., mrs. Beatrice Cagle of 1600 Worth ave., mrs. Peggy Adams of 511 Blair St mrs. Lucille Watts of 2005 e. Green or and mrs Nora Snyder of Richwood w. A. And one brother. C. W. Seward of route 5. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. The body is at Lanier Roseberger Lithgow funeral Home 5350 w Flagler St Miami. Mrs. Marie Garrett 56. Of re 9, Friendship Community was dead on arrival at High Point memorial Hospital saturday at 3 25 . Mrs. Garrett a daughter of the late Frank and Lola Parker Davis was bom in Kinston april 18, 1918. And was a life member of St. James freewill Baptist Church in Kinston. While a resident Here she attended the Zion Hill United methodist Church Friendship Community. Survivors include her husband George Garrett of the Home one son Sean Garrett of the Home one sister mrs. Ella Gooding of Kinston and two Brothers Quinley and Paul Davis both of Kinston funeral will be wednesday at 2 . At St. James freewill Baptist Church Kinston by the Rev a. Koonce burial will be it South View cemetery Kinston. The body will remain at Haizlip funeral Home until departure for Kinston at 8 30 . Wednesday. The family will be at the funeral Chapel tuesday 8 to 9 . And at the Home. It. 9. Friendship after 9 . Mrs. Fred Davis Ramseur mrs Marjie Nixon Davis 64. Of it. I Franklinville died sunday in Clapps nursing Home. Surviving Are her husband. Fred Davis two daughters mrs. Charles e. Allen of Asheboro and mrs. Fred Snider of Randleman a son Mac Davis of Franklinville two Sisters. Mrs. Harvey Dunn of Cedar Falls and mrs. Dan Jones of it. I. Climax and two Brothers de Nixon of it. 2. Randleman and Elmer Nixon of Asheboro. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. The body is at Laflin funeral Home. Mrs. Hattie Kennedy Troy mrs. Hattie Ard Kennedy. 84. Of Troy died sunday in stanly county memorial Hospital. Surviving Are two sons Robert Kennedy of High Point and Joseph Kennedy two daughters mrs. Mildred Scott of Troy and mrs Sud in Melton of Albemarle two Sisters mrs. Rufus Kennedy and mrs. Carl Batten both of Biscoe and two Brothers b. F. Ard of Dade City fla., and Milton Ard of Biscoe. Funeral will be held at 2 . Tuesday at first Baptist Church Biscoe by the Rev. J. A. Camp. Burial will be in Biscoe cemetery. The body is at Phillips funeral Home in Star and the family will be there tonight 7 to 9. Mrs. Marvin Ouren died sunday evening in the Gregson Home following two months of illness. Mrs. Ouren was bom in Minneapolis Minn., but lived most of her life in Hanska Minn. Her husband died in 1971. She came to High Point in March to visit her daughter and son in Law or. And mrs. Clark Wilson 820 Quaker Lane. Surviving in addition to mrs. Wilson Are another daughter mrs. Richard Addy of Osceola Wise. One son col. Marvin Ouren or. Of Sumter. . A brother Philip Blien of Venice fla., and Minneapolis. Minn. And nine grandchildren. Following cremation there will be a memorial service at the unitarian Church in Hanska. Minn. G. E. Mccrary Rockingham Graham e. Mccrary 70. Of 1113 Fayetteville re. Died. Sunday. He was a Nephew of j. N. Mccrary of High Point. He was a retired Salesman and was a native of Davidson county. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Pearl Hedrick Mccrary and a son. Robert a. Mccrary of Rockingham. Funeral was to be held at 2 30 . Today at Ronson King Chapel by the Rev. Don Leonard and the Rev. Paul Bunn. Burial was to be in Richmond county memorial Park. H. S. Stevenson Randleman funeral for Henry s. Stevenson of to Stevenson St. Will be held at 2 p in. Tuesday at first United Church of Christ by the Rev. Tracy Staley and the Rev John Harris. Burial will be in Randolph memorial Park. The body is at Pugh funeral Home. Randleman and the family will be there tonight 7 to 9. Or. Stevenson 84, died saturday at his Home. I charged from Pao ii shotguns. The Trio also had a. Pistol in their Possession during the incident Morrison said. Deputies Are continuing their investigation and expect to arrest two other suspects today according to Deputy Mark Stabler. Morrison apparently did not suffer any serious injuries from the incident. 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Colors so Bright Ano Vivio Yew will be astounded As thousands of others have been in of 4 guarantee carpet cleaning and Dye co. Serving High Point Greensboro Burlington warranty our caper Crews will Cleon your carpet my better h it t >t4 a a a Quot Beleve. Or your Money is returned in full. Area from fac 11 said he estimated about 35 persons at the meeting. A i Don t like the Way they a were selected Quot Campbell said. A a the committee was elected but they were not selected As Campbell said that after the meeting had been called to order a nominating committee was asked to give its report. Quot it became apparent to me that a meeting had been held in Advance of the precinct meeting Campbell stated. He said he then proposed nominations from the floor. A there was much confusion As to the election of committee members and Campbell said. Hope that another meeting of the precinct will be called for tomorrow night to Clear up these matters specifically Quot he described the precinct meeting As another example of How a old line democrats have ruled the party the Way they the Reform democrats were organized in Greensboro several years ago to open the party More to All persons and groups Campbell said. Members in the group meet before precinct gatherings and conventions to decide on what course of action to follow he explained. Mrs. Patterson and Clark were among democratic party leaders present at a meeting of the Reform democrats in Greensboro sunday night. Street reported someone removed a 140 Battery from his car while it was parked on Olga Street. Several persons reported bicycles stolen from the carports at their Homes. They were John Thomas Murray of Roc Spring Road Carolyn Killebrew of Pinehurst drive awl Robert Charles Griffith of Pinehurst who said two bikes were missing. Lucille Price of Ann Moore Circle said a bicycle was stolen from near her Back door and Billy Kiger of rotary drive said his Bike was stolen while he was at the Martin twin Heaters. Four juveniles reportedly broke three windows in a House under construction on Graves Avenue at Henley Street. Police said they talked to the boys and turned them Over to their parents. A 15-year-old boy and Connie Staggs Mcallister 22, of Thomasville were charged with shoplifting a stereo tape recording from a department store. Local governments Are under fire by Bill Noblitt Raleigh traditionally. On of North Carolina s greatest assets has been the multitude of Small cities across the state clean comfortable and attractive places in which to live and work. Surveys invariably show that tar heels much prefer those towns to the metropolitan areas. But the times Are changing and Many of those Small towns Are either victims of runaway growth or decay. I when gov. James e. Holshouser travelled to Seattle recently for the National governors conference he carried with him too Black binders in which were 60 pages which could change the future for North carolinians. That Book titled a Community development handbook will shortly sweep across norther Carolina a leveling a Finger of criticism at local governments both City and county and spelling out proposed major shifts in local thinking about what a Community wants and How to go about getting it. Tire key shift of emphasis urged upon local governments will be to turn Man from fags i it Drunken driving arrests included George Terry Kislev. 23. Of it. 2, Trinity Joe Willie Smith 37. Of Boundary Street and Fred Quick jr., 27, of Kroll Lane Alford Mcleod. 25, of Bencini Street was charged with setting fire to a chair saturday at the Home of Earl Brown on Park Street Roger Wayne Johnson 21, of Locke Street discharging a firearm into an occupied dwelling and Leola Dingle 30, of Clara Cox apts., Marvin Grant Miller 23. Of Eastchester drive and Terry Wayne Billings. 19, of s. Elm Street All three accused of malicious damage Wayne Preston outlaw 16, of Ingram Road and Howard Bost jr., 24, of w. Green drive both charged with assault with a deadly weapon. Jessie Dunlap 47, of Barbee Street failure to appear on an unsecured Bond and Roland Hayes Wilson. 45, of it. 2, Louisa va., speeding and carrying a concealed weapon. David William Hall of High away from traditional planning for future directions and adopt a technique which state officials Label a problem the slim Booklet was prepared by the Community senders division of the dept. Of natural and economic resources. The criticisms of local governments and the much More voluminous and detailed recommendations for change Are based upon a 12-month study by the state involving 30 North Carolina communities with emphasis on five Pilot cities Hendersonville. Statesville. Lumberton Wilson Anc Washington. Distributed to the governors of the other 45 states and other key state and Federal officials a introductory letter from gov. Holshouser sets the theme to describe a process which can transform traditional planning techniques from a contemplative inventory taking Long Range goal setting and projection process into one capable of problem seeking. The governor also pointed out that such local governmental planning Point Road told Guilford county deputies that someone entered his apartment through a window and took a clock radio television set and clothes Worth about $260. Timothy b. Reece and Timothy Grady Burchett both of it. I Kernersville told deputies that someone stole their bicycles while they were swimming at High Point City Lake Pool. Trial split London a actress Diana Rigg and her husband israeli artist Menachem Geffen have decided on a a trial the 35-year-old stage and screen Star married Geffen 43, last july. Should have a a decision and action orientation which is relevant reliable and planning Holshouser said in his cover letter is pointless unless governmental actions arc affected by the information and analysis. The heart of the new report which will be distributed to local and state officials across the state is an Effort to a improve the system by which local units of government solve critical Community High up in the Book is the following indictment of a a representative Sample of North Carolinas non metropolitan cities Quot a policy formulation and adoption Little evidence . Cities perform in organized manner few elected official or key officers have Clear understanding of what policies have been adopted at local Leve planning commissions play Little or no role in policy. A citizen participation most cities reluctant to support Public information outreach Effort fostering greater citizen involvement in governmental affairs past such program were pushed by Federal programs primarily directed toward Black the poor or disadvantaged. A social and economic concerns , cities have limited experience and appear less than eager to take advantage of new federalism opportunities to link physical development to social and economic needs. A monitoring and evaluation Only a couple of the largest cities have such capabilities. Beauty sleep. 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