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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 30, 1976, High Point, North Carolina 2b High Point Enterprise tuesday March 30, 1976 c deaths and funerals mrs. Ridge Dies at 57 mrs. Katherine Green Midge 57, of 217 Lindsay St. Died monday at 3 . In High Point memorial Hospital. She had been in declining health five years mrs Ridge was born in Lincolnton ga., july 31, 1918, a daughter of James Daniel Green or and Annie Parks she was a resident of High Point for 52 years and was educated in High Point City schools. She was a graduate of Guilford business College on dec 24, 1939, she married Edward q Ridge. He died March 2,1976 she was of the methodist Faith surviving Are one daughter mrs Robert d. Sandra Davis or. Of 607 w Parkway ave two grandchildren five Sisters mrs Julia Goodson of 113 Mary Wood drive mrs. Ernest Dennis of 512 Gatewood avers a. H. Newsom of Troy mrs. Ethel Burton of 206-b Sunset drive and mrs. Leon Brewer of Thomasville and four Brothers Frank t Green of 1905-f n. Centennial St., Wayne p Green of 1308 Prescott place Harvey j Green of Kernersville and James d. Green or. Of 701 Mon lieu ave. Funeral will be la . Wednesday in first United methodist Church Chapel by the Rev. Richard j Crowder and the Rev Richard Burkhart burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery the family will be at the Home of the daughter mrs Davis 607 w. Parkway ave. The family requests that memorials be directed to first United methodist Hurch or to one s favorite Charity rather than to the funeral. Mrs. Dora Miller Star mrs. Dora Boger Miller 97. Of it i Star died monday in St. Joseph Hospital in Southern Pines she was a former resident of High Point and was a member of High Point reformed United Church of Christ surviving Are two daughters mrs. Ruth Riley of Archdale and mrs. Naomi Myrick of by i Star one son. Luke s. Miller of High Point 17 grandchildren and 43 great grandchildren funeral will be 2 p in wednesday at Grace lower Stone United Church of Christ near Rockwell by the Rev William Jones the Rev. Bill Martin and the Rev. Hayes Ritter burial will be in the Church cemetery. The family will be at Phillips funeral Home in Star tonight 7 to 9 Routh infant Randleman miss Amanda Suzanne Routh. Infant daughter of or and mrs Tim Routh of route 3, died monday morning in High Point memorial Hospital. Surviving Are two half Brothers Allen Beane and Randy Macon both of Randleman and grandparents or and mrs. Norman far Low of it 2 Sophia or. And mrs Charles Routh of it i Franklinville and or and mrs James e Trogdon of Randleman funeral arrangements Are incomplete since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 e Lexington ave 882-2555 885-2145 mrs. Henrietta Morrison mrs. Henrietta Jones Morrison 60. Of 1215 Leonard ave was dead on arrival at High Point memorial Hospital saturday afternoon. She was born in it. Gilead a daughter of the late Craft and Patsy Legrand Jones. She had been a resident of High Point for 35 years and was a member of Bethlehem Baptist Church. Survivors include a Foster daughter mrs. Delores revels of the Home five grandchildren and one great grandchild funeral will be 2 . Wednesday at Bethlehem Baptist Church by the Rev j. W. Reed. Burial will be in Piedmont memorial gardens. The body will remain at Moore funeral Home until placed in the Church one hour before the service. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight 8 to 9 mrs. Watson Saintsing Thomasville mrs Jesna Garrison Saintsing 83, of it 6, Winston Salem widow of Watson Saintsing died monday at 7 30 p in in High Point memorial Hospital. She had been in declining health two years and a patient in the Hospital one Day mrs. Saintsing was born in Davidson county sept 19. 1892, a daughter of Christian and Mary Motsinger Garrison she was a resident of Davidson county All of her life and was a member of Wallburg Baptist Church surviving Are two Sisters mrs. Mary Ann Yokeley of w Alburg and mrs. Edna Michael of e. Green drive High Point funeral will be 3 30 . Wednesday at Wallburg Baptist Church by the Rev. Dalphon Thompson burial will be in Zion United Church of Christ cemetery. The body will remain at j c. Green and sons funeral Home until placed in the Church 30 minutes before the service. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9 Onsman r Ion Ai his he of to ans Wco misday mrs. Katherine Green Ridge ii . Fir United methodic Church Che Pei 102 Chestnut Point 8855045 206 Tringale re Archdale 431-9124 tuesday infant Angel Gail Farlow j 30 . Grev Etide Flore Garden per cemetery mortuary d. E. Thompson Ramseur Dwight Edward Thompson 62, of Franklinville died Early monday in Randolph Hospital in Asheboro he was an employee of Sapona Mills in Cedar Falls and a member of frankly Ville United methodist Church surviving Are his wife mrs. Vera Criscoe Thompson a daughter mrs Barbara Jean Currie of Durham a five Brothers Leroy Thompson of South Carolina Harold Thompson and a w. Thompson both of West Virginia James funder Burke of Lancaster . And Arthur Bradston of Marion. So. And four Sisters mrs. Ellaire Buckanan mrs. Virginia Watkins and mrs. Helen Hughes All of Durham and mrs Effie Sistare of Lancaster . Funeral will be 2 p in wednesday at Franklinville United methodist Church by the Rev. Robert Greenawalt and the Rev. Glenn Brown burial will be in Bear Branch cemetery in Rockingham county the family will he at to film funeral Home tonight 7 to 9 w. E. Preston Graham a Walter Elias Preston 75, of 302 Providence Road died monday morning in Alamance county Hospital he was a member of Bethlehem United methodist Church near Walkertown surviving Are his wife mrs Grace Hammack Preston a daughter mrs Nightingale Stewart of Greensboro two sons Canton Preston of Burlington and Hassell Preston of Indianapolis. Ind. A sister. Mrs Jessie Crumpler of High Point two Brothers James l. Preston of Walkertown and Graydon Preston of buies Creek four half Sisters mrs Hazel Hutchins and mrs Treva Nelson both of Kernersville mrs Stella Hutchins and mrs Eva Barker both of buies Creek. Two half Brothers Carlos Preston of buies Creek and Sebron Preston of Stokesdale and seven grandchildren funeral will be 3 . Wednesday at Bethlehem United methodist Church by the Rev. Gerald w. Hester burial will be in the Church cemetery the body is at Mcclure funeral Home and the family will be there tonight 7 to 9 g. A. Lambe or. Randleman George Andrew Lambe jr., 61, of it. 2, Sophia was dead on arrival at High Point memorial Hospital monday after suffering an apparent heart attack at work. He was a Mechanic with w e Linthicum Concrete co in High Point he was a member of first Christian Church in Randleman. Surviving Are his wife mrs Thaney Reece Lambe a daughter mrs. Hilda Wright of Eden a son David l. Lambe of Greensboro a brother Jance Lambe of Randleman and four grandchildren funeral will be 2 . Wednesday at first Christian Church in Randleman by the Rev Tracy Staley and the Rev Winfred Bray. Burial will be in Randolph memorial Park. The family will be at Pugh funeral Home tonight 7 to 9. C. B. Thomas Ramseur Charles Banks Thomas 77, of Franklinville died sunday night at his Home. He was a self employed merchant and was a member of Franklinville United methodist Church surviving Are his wife mrs. Mattie Allred Thomas a daughter mrs Margaret Thomas Moon of Asheboro a son Clyde d Thomas of Greensboro and five grandchildren funeral was to be 3 today at Loflin funeral Home Chapel by the Rev Robert Greenawalt burial was to be in Franklinville United methodist Church cemetery Farlow infant Angel Gail Farlow. Infant daughter of Gilbert Blake and Rebecca Faye Hinson Farlow of too Campus St., Trinity died monday at 3 30 in High Point memorial Hospital five hours after birth surviving in addition to her parents Are maternal grandparents or. And mrs j. K. Hinson of 1108 Jefferson St. And paternal grandparents or and mrs James Farlow of 222 Wedgewood drive. Graveside services were to be today at 2 30 . In Floral Garden Park cemetery by or r l Shelton policeman drives car into pole an estimated $2,000 in damages resulted from the Early tuesday collision of a police car with a Utility pole on e Lexington Avenue near Denny Street. Driver of the vehicle was Jeffrey Brewer 25, of it. I Sophia a patrolman with the High Point police department the Accident report indicates that Brewer was in Pursuit of another vehicle which was being driven on the wrong Side of the Street. Brewer lost control and collided with the pole. He was uninjured according to the report and an estimated $1,000 in damages resulted to the vehicle and to the pole no charges were entered. The Accident occurred at 1 01 . Two persons reportedly were injured in a three car bump up monday afternoon at the n. Main Street Westwood Avenue intersection. However neither was reported As having been treated at High Point memorial Hospital. The Drivers were William Earl Finch 59, of Boulevard William Glenn Crews 49, of Winston Salem and Fotina Zakos Chason of Guyer Street. Finch and Crews were listed As having received injuries and Finch was charged with a Stop Light violation Carver from Page in perennial threat to seek an injunction to prevent any expenditure of Money. Commission members did manage to Complete the tour of the facilities. Gidley exhibited plans for Park renovations and explained his recommendations the plans Call for installing a multipurpose Concrete slab for use As a volleyball court among other activities converting the swimming Pool either to an 18 Inch deep wading Pool with a Spray device or to Tennis courts erecting new playground equipment for younger children constructing Horseshoe pits building a picnic area across the Creek upgrading the picnic shelter outside the Center renovating the Center for use As a play school for younger children and landscaping around the Center. Carousel theatre officers new officers of children a Carousel theatre discuss the selection of plays to be offered in High Point for children next year. The officers Are 1-r mrs. Robert Shaw first vice president mrs. Robert Cottam jr., recording Secretary mrs. Robert b. Lett president and mrs. George Whitesides second vice president. Not present when the picture was made were mrs. Frank Stevens corresponding Secretary a and John Keim treasurer. Photo by Cris Petree theater from Page in them Are not members of Street gangs Quot a yes but new York is still great the greatest City in the world Quot said David Cohn. The four Young men and women in revolutionary Mother Goose Are All professionals in the theater they auditioned for the parts with the Prince Street players production revolutionary Mother Goose Quot with lyrics by Jim Eiler and music by Eiler and Jeanne Barge. Uses traditional Mother Goose rhymes and verses to Tell the Story of the american revolution in its concluding sequence the hour Long show tells of the achievements of women in America even before the women s liberation movement. The music is provided by Jeanne Bargy at the piano and Kay Stonefelt on the Drums. Performing for children is not easy the players All agreed you have to react to their mood. You have to remember that they will get up to go to the bathroom. You have to flow with them they Are More demanding. Many of them have never seen a live theater performance Quot one thing you should never condescend to them Quot said Korobow Quot their perceptions Are always higher than you think you Don t play Down to them. They will see through you every time Quot other members of the players Are David Lisker Brenda Broome Joyce Griffen. And Jane Ann Sarnia. The stage manager is b. J. Allen Quot we Are travelling in two cars and a Van he said Quot the show has Little scenery but does have a number of props it keeps you while in highpoint the players Are staying at the Towne House Motel a revolutionary Mother Goose Quot is the last show in its 1975-76 season for children s Carousel theatre the selection of shows for the 1976-77 season is under Way according to mrs Robert b Lett new president of Carousel theatre. We have already been to new York to preview plays. On april 7-8 we go to the Southern children s theatre circuit conference at Newport news after that we will make our six. Possibly seven plays will be offered by Carousel and adventure theatres next year mrs Lett said admission is by the Sale of season tickets in the fall at the beginning of the school year. Other officers of children a Carousel theatre Are mrs. Robert Shaw first vice president mrs. George Whitesides second vice president mrs Robert Cottam jr., recording Secretary mrs Frank Stevens corresponding Secretary and John Keim treasurer Clara Cox fire v damage slight firefighters said today that some damages resulted from a bedroom fire extinguished monday morning in the Clara Cox apts on e. Grimes Avenue. Probable cause of the fire was listed As children playing with matches. The fire and the resultant damages was confined to the one room. The Call was answered at 9 53 and. At 1 48 . Monday the department was summoned to the Miller Street Plant of Myrtle desk co., where Sparks from a welders Torch had ignited some debris on the roof. Firefighters said that the welding outfit was being used in a construction project on the roof and there was no damage connected with the Call Garden Tiller reported stolen sheriffs deputies monday were told that a Tiller property of Calvin Gene Stover of it. 15, Greensboro had been taken from a Garden spot across the Road from the Stover residence. The machine was valued at $75 also deputies monday investigated damages which occurred Over the weekend to a House under construction on Clover Book Street in Jamestown damages to the building were estimated at $84 44 Road improvement hearing scheduled Board Asheboro the improving of Highway . 64 Between Asheboro and Ramseur will be the subject of a Public hearing set for april 15 at 7 30 . In the auditorium at Asheboro High school. The Public hearing will revolve around three alternatives each of which was discussed at a Public hearing held in 1974 at the Randolph courthouse the three alternatives include using existing 64 meeting slated on Protection Archdale next monday night those Archdale Trinity residents who Are interested in learning ways to foil possible burglars can attend a crime prevention meeting staged jointly by the Archdale Trinity Jaycees and the Randolph county sheriff s department. This past monday night the same two groups sponsored a meeting for businessmen of the area next mondays session will be held at the Archdale Trinity Lions Den and will get underway at 7 . Conducting the meeting this monday night will he Randolph Deputy Joe Farlow. Crime prevention officer. Cheek from Page in by widening it second using existing . 64 for one and one half Miles and then extending Between Franklinville and Ramseur bypassing Ramseur on the North Side. And third same As the second one except that the Road would go South of the present . 64 and bypass Ramseur to the South. All persons who attend the hearing will be Given a Chance to express themselves on the various plans and to present written statements if desired fire station in Archdale up for Sale Archdale a for those people who have always wanted to buy their own fire station their Opportunity is now open in Archdale. The Guil Rand Volunteer fire departments old station just off the . 311-Highway 62 intersection is now for Sale. Fire chief Tommy Skeen says the station is available to anyone who wishes to Purchase it and sealed bids Are now being accepted he said the station has been advertised for Sale for several weeks but a for Sale sign has been placed in front of the building Over the weekend Skeen said his department expects to move into the new station which is located further South on 311 or South main Street by the Middle of april. From Page in Guilford county Quot and that planning should be used to increase social and economic opportunities and that development should Foster a Quot sense of Community Quot and regulations should be clarified to Aid citizen understanding. The environmental policies suggested include preserving and protecting water Quantity and Quality and retaining natural vegetation and acquiring open space areas. Residential development policies included incorporating environmental considerations into planning for subdivisions and encouraging a innovative residential development and the possibility of Low Cost and elderly housing while the policies for commercial development suggest encouraging Quot the location of High Quality commercial and Industrial firms while maintaining an atmosphere of growth for existing facilities and services policies include the possibility of future water and sewer lines and a Quot balanced Safe efficient and environmentally sound transportation system Quot for the county the policies Call for a working relationships Quot at various Levels of government and those for citizen participation urge soliciting input from local groups commissioners will also hear reports from county manager John Witherspoon and members of his staff and hear a petition for paving a Rural Road. They Are expected to discuss results of their National association of counties legislative meeting in Washington this week Cit were surprised by Cheek s announcement made abruptly at the conclusion of a Council meeting monday. After the meeting had adjourned but while Council members were still in the meeting room mayor Roy Culler was handed a piece of paper by the manager. Culler read it then called for attention of the councilmen and Media representatives. He then read a terse note signed by Cheek stating the longtime managers intention to retire May 31. In the note Cheek added Quot after weighing All the factors i consider this the Wisest course to there was no evidence that the mayor and any member of the Council knew Cheeky a intentions before the noted was read. That would indicate that the move was not prompted by renewed pressure being brought on Cheek at least not from within the Council his leaving seems to fulfil his stated intentions when first announced his pending retirement he said last september that he would stay in his position As Long As necessary to assure a smooth transition he confirmed monday that he will Complete the preparation of the 1976-77 City budget estimate before he leaves on May 31. If Cheek left before than complicated chore was done the Council might have been put in a scramble to find a new manager Cheek has been City manager Here since 1960 one from Page in Council will meet at 7 30 in Council Chambers next monday to review the Community development cd spending proposals for next year Council must approve the program by april 15, deadline for funding application to Federal authorities. The meeting next monday is to Iron out any disagreements on the proposals before the next regular Council session on april 15. Council monday also indicated it will set up a special meeting for agencies whose application for cd funds this year did not get approval by the citizens advisory Council cac. The cac determined that youth services Bureau drug action Council Council on aging Legal Aid and information referral were All ineligible for cd funds. But it did find that the work these agencies Are doing is worthwhile and recommended that they be considered for funding from local Money. Council agreed to hold a special hearing for All of these agencies at one time after a representative from Legal Aid had requested to be heard by Council on monday. No Date for the hearing has been set. a $ television log tfx a a a a xxx i to Cash in on a booming business. See our classified to under a business opportunities Quot classification 2 Cuba >1%Greensboro i in Oty Charlotte i him i nit. Station he i. High faint Ltd it i ii Wmk. 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People 8 Happy Days 9,12 the red badge of courage 8 30 2 Good times 3 birth of a legend 4 consumer survival kit 8 Laverne and Shirley 9 00 2 a a so 4 the Adams chronicles 8 the rookies 9 30 2 one Day at a time 9.12 Liberty Bicentennial documentaries 10 00 2,3 Lucille bail special 4 anyone for Tennyson 8 family 10 30 4 woman 11 00 2 night beat 3 scene tonight 8,9 eyewitness news 12 news enter 12 11 30 2,3 late movie 8 Best of Hollywood 9.12 tonight show 1 00 8 eyewitness news 9.12 tomorrow show How s your hearing Chicago 111, fret offer of special interest to those who hear Blit do not understand words has been announced by Bel tone. A non operating Model of the smallest Bel tone Aid of its kind will be Given absolutely free to anyone answering this advertisement. Send for this non operating Model to see How Tim hearing help can he. Its yours to keep free. The actual Aid w eight less than a third of an ounce and its All at ear level in one unit. 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