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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 31, 1972, High Point, North Carolina 8b High Point Enterprise Friday March 31, 1972 of apartment Complex Council delays construction Thomasville initial construction on a proposed apartment development Here was delayed indefinitely thursday by action of the City Council. Meeting in a hurriedly called session at 5 . Thursday the Council amended its zoning ordinances to bar City officials from issuing a building permit for a Structure that would conflict with pending rezoning petitions existing zoning classifications notwithstanding. In effect the new ordinance blocks an Oklahoma land development firm. Thomasville of North Carolina. Ltd., from beginning work on a $1 million apartment project on Mason Way. The proposed development which is to be partially financed by the dept. Of housing and Urban development. Aroused the ire of residents in the Middle class neighbourhood surrounding the site for the apartments. On monday night t h e Thomasville planning Board and zoning commission granted a favourable recommendation to a petition from Lynn Harris a resident of nearby Carolina Avenue that i bm7 172 Sechrest service 1301 e Lexington ave 882 255b or 885 2145 a i m 11 or tar to intern Friday Mist Louise French Edwards Mam secures cd Pel would rezone the Section to exclude multifamily dwellings. All petitions must b e approved by the City Council however before any zones Are altered. A special Public hearing was announced wednesday for monday april to one week before the regular monthly Council meeting. Only zoning matters will be considered then. Meanwhile the developers have been trying to obtain a building permit. The first application with preliminary blueprints was filed with Tho office of the building inspector March 15. It was determined that the proposed layout did not meet with certain specifications of the zoning Laws and changes would have to be made before a permit could be issued. One of the architects. Dick Wilkins of Wood Wilkins and Walker of Oklahoma City met with City officials thursday to work out the necessary changes in the plans he was reportedly not told of the special City Council meeting that was literally held under his nose. Presumably if the permit had been issued before the ordinance passed the proposed project would be exempt under the so called a Grandfather clause a the Label Given to the unwritten Law preventing retroactive application of most legislation prior to thursdays meeting the a Grandfather clause a could be invoked until the rezoning became official. Which will probably happen when the Council meeting convenes a week from monday. Mayor Carl Wilson said at the meeting thursday that the Council was simply remedying a a a defects in the City code of Thomasville but from its recent activities the Council is musical instruments and educational materials ski Harris music co. Inc. 2432 English Road sine 1939 j to open House Fri. Sat. And Mon. March 31, april i 3 Register for free door prize free balloons free refreshments factory representative will be Here to demonstrate the equipment open All Day easter monday no.1 Toro 21 Inch guardian7 with key electric Quot Start and front pow a drive. Toro Reg 214 95 189�?o Sale a mfg suggested Eta Urie applicable m fair Trade states Only exclusive Trade name of 1>e Toro company High Point Lawn and Garden equipment co. 2928 n. Main St. Tel. 885-2497 r apparently in sympathy with the protesting property owners. It is unusual for the Council to Call a meeting exclusively for zoning hearings the designated purpose of the april to session. Furthermore the primary purpose act passed thursday is evidently to Block this particular development. Reportedly the developers have thus far invested $160,000 in the Mason Way project and a court suit is a possibility. Epic deaths amp funerals Legal notices from Page in ing firms to handle their proposed Bond and note financing when the project comes to that stage. Selected were Lehman Brothers. Inc. As senior underwriting manager with Blyth and company. Inc. Smith Barney and company inc. Kuhn Loeb and company inc., and Reynolds securities inc., As co managers to serve As the underwriting management group future financing. The Wall Street investment Hanking firms will assist Pic in securing the financing necessary to design and construct the Power system. Come me it my on the selection of the underwriting group. Pic president James Melton stated a their advice and assistance in our quest for the massive financing required to build Pic system will be invaluable. At a time when the generating capacity of All electric suppliers in this area is at a dangerously Low level it is just Good common sense to look for new ways to finance the generating plants that must be built in North the Pic system will Cost approximately $1 billion according to estimates. Jamestown resident injured Lizzie Wood of Jamestown was injured thursday in a two car Accident on f Commerce Avenue at Park Street. She was a passenger in a car driven by Lois Wood Smi h. Also of Jamestown. The other Driver Hermenia Miller of Patterson n. J., was charged with failure to yield the right of Way three year old Ernest Simmons was injured when cars driven by Anna Ramey Simmons of Hilburn Street and Harlie Delbert Carter. 51, of it. I Lumberton collided on Green drive near Walnut Street. Fell Robert Sexton. 37. Of Clara Cox apts was charged with Public drunkenness and reckless driving today after his car ran off Russell Street at Richland Avenue and hit a Fence and Brick Wall. Damages were $150 to the car and $33 to the Fence and Wall. New Eagle Terry Willard 13, received his Eagle award monday night in ceremonies at the Archdale Trinity Lions Den. Terry son of or. And mrs. E n. Williard of it. 3, Box 80-b. Is a member of troop 25, sponsored by the a r c h d a i a Trinity Lions club. Joseph b. Coffield is troop scoutmaster. Currency dispensers installed Charlotte Twenty Cash dispensing machines Are to be placed in operation by North Carolina National Bank in to cities today. No cab becomes the first Bank in the Carolinas to provide Cash for customers on a 24-hour, seven Day schedule. Thomas i. Storrs of Charlotte president said that a statewide replacement of All cards which operate the Cash dispensers will be completed this week the new credit cards contain a Brown magnetic Stripe on the Back which together with a customers personal identification number will operate the electronic Cash dispensers. Storrs said that non by a first installations of the Cash dispensers known As a cab 24�? arc in Burlington. Chapel Hill. Charlotte Durham Greensboro. Hickory align Point. Raleigh Statesville and Winston Salem. A in effect a he said a your offices with Cash dispensers will never be closed. Customers can use the Cash dispensers for withdrawals from their checking accounts just As if writing a Check. Or they can obtain a regular Cash Advance on the Baniameri card accounts. The Bank makes no additional charges for its a cab 24 services. The machines Are set to dispense either $25 or $50 in Cash a customer can use the machines twice a Day for up to $100 in Cash. The Cash dispensing machine in High Point is located at 779 n. Main St. Easter animals flood halted Syracuse. By. A Burnet Park zoo no longer will accept easter pets whose owners have grown tired of them director John Gray says. A we now have All the Chicks ducks geese pigs and bunnies we wan a he announced thursday. A the zoo will not be a dumping place for All those easter animals Given As presents to people who done to really want them a mrs. Davenport is dead at 87 Greensboro mrs. Mary t. Davenport 87, a former resident of Greensboro and Washington n.c., died thursday a t presbyterian Home in High Point where she had been a resident nine years. Mrs. Davenport was a native of Pitt county and was the widow of Peter Ernest Davenport. She was a member of first presbyterian Church and its Community service group. Survivors Are two daughters mrs. Carl v. Stafford Jekyll Island ga., and mrs. Russell c. Parrish o f Charlotte a son. P. E. Davenport of Greensboro two Sisters mrs. Myrtle t. Meade of College Park. Md., and mrs Ada deede of Farmville and two Brothers Roy h Tucker of Sumter sc., and Leslie Tucker of Burlington. Memorial contributions May be made to the presbyterian Home in High Point. Graveside service will be held at 2 saturday at Mon Lawn cemetery in Raleigh the body is at Hanes Lineberry North Elm Street Chapel. Death claims Hugh Godbolt Hugh Gene Godbolt. 56. Of 406 Osborne ave. Died at 3 45 Thursday in High Point memorial Hospital where he had been a patient for one week. He had been ill since december. Or. Godbolt was born May la 1915, in Marlboro county. S. C., a son of cabe and Lillie Nobles Godbolt. On nov. 5, 1933. He was married to Bessie Hood. A resident of High Point for three years he was employed at High Point face veneer company As a Clipper. Surviving Are his wife. Mrs. Bessie h Godbolt of the Home. Five sons. Gene Howard Godbolt of it. Worth Texas Robert c. Godbolt of Patrick s. C., Glenn Godbolt of 316 Greer St., Ridhard m Godbolt of Marion. Sc., and Wilber Aubrey Godbolt of it. 2, Latta s. 15 grandchildren one sister. Mrs. Annie Crumpler of Fayetteville and two Brothers the Rev. W. L. Godbolt of Marion. Sc., and tile Rev. Douglas Godbolt of Mullins . The body has been taken to Smith Brothers funeral Home Marion s. Funeral will be held sunday in the Church of god. Oak Grove. S. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. Mack m. Bell Thomasville Mack Mcallister Bell 67, of 116 Tremont St., Thomasville died tuesday at his Home following several years of declining health. He was born july 29. 1904. In Randolph county and had been a resident of Thomasville for 37 years. He was a member of Emmanuel Baptist Church and a former employee of the Box co. Survivors include his wife. Mrs. Lelia Alston Bell of the Home. Funeral will be held saturday at 2 . At Emmanuel Baptist Church by the Rev. Oscar b Cook. Burial will be in City cemetery. The body will remain at Thomas Haizlip funeral Home until place j in the Church 30 minutes prior to funeral service. The family will be at the funeral Chapel tonight from 7 to 8 r. F. Pugh or. Ramseur a funeral for Rossie f. Pugh sr., 83. Of route 2, who died wednesday was to be held at 2 p. In. Today at Loflin funeral Home Chapel. Man handed 90-Day terms John Samuel Durham. 52, of Baker Road was Given two 90-Day Active sentences monday during District court on charges of driving under the influence of intoxicants. Duane Pierce of e. Lexington Avenue was Given 30-Day suspended sentences on each of 13 counts of issuing worthless checks. He was ordered to pay three Bills of Cost. Walter Monroe Hagan. 54, of Cook Street charged feb. I with having six Gallons of no tax paid whisky in his Possession was taxed costs. Portee funeral set for monday mrs. Emma Portee 67, of 613 Radford St. Died thursday at 7 15 . In High Point memorial Hospital following three years of declining health and hospitalization of four weeks. She was born sept. 16. 1904, in Saluda. S. a a daughter of John and Nancy Grayham Valentine and had been a resident of High Point for 46 years. She was a cafeteria worker in the City schools. She was a member of Brooks memorial United methodist Church and was a member it the woman a society of Christian service communion Steward and former superintendent of the Church school. She was a member of Bessie s jewels United order of tents. The Flower lovers Garden club club 500 of Radford Street and Owca. Survivors include her husband Chandler Portee of the Home one daughter mrs. Bettye p. Dockery of High Point one son. Harold Portee of the Home two grandsons two Brothers. Harvey Valentine of the Home and David Jones of Philadelphia a and two Sisters. Mrs. Arzula Williams of Saluda. S. And mrs Cora Turner of Youngstown. Ohio. Funeral will be held monday at 2 p in at Brooks memorial United methodist Church by the Rev Trevor c Ione burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery the body will remain at Haizlip funeral Home until placed in the Church one hour prior to funeral service. The family will he at the funeral Chapel sundry from 7 to 9 p in Canady infant Trinity Tony Daniel Canady infant son of Robert and Judy mane James Canady of route 2. Died thursday in co mum y general Hospital in Thomasville surviving Are his parents a sister. Robin Marie Canady of the Home and grandparents or. And mrs. Herman Ray Canady or of Virginia Beach. Va., and mrs Margaret Freeman of Summerfield the body was to he cremated. With lain funeral Home in Kernersville handling arrangements. Mrs. Clatie Hunt Lexington funeral for mrs Clatie Hedrick Hunt 64, of route 9. Who died wednesday. Will be held at 2 p. In saturday at Davidson funeral Home Chapel. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 to 9. Mrs. Charlie Barker Thomasville mrs. Mary Kirk Barker. 75, of it. 2. Lexington Silver Valley Community died at 4 p in thursday at the Liberty House nursing Home following an illness of three months and critically ill for the past two weeks. Mrs. Barker was born aug 6. 1896. In Anson county a daughter of Charlie Kirk and Fannie Kelly Kirk she was last employed at Thomasville furniture industries at Plant c. She was a member of it. Zion United methodist Church in Randolph county and of the Betty Arnold class of the sunday school at p peasant Grove United methodist Church on March 17. 1917, she was married to Charlies c. Barker who survives of the Home. Also surviving Are two daughters mrs. Carl Francis Cheek of it. I Asheboro and miss Mattie Lee Barker of the Home four sons. Glen. Leo and Ray von Barker All of it. 2. I Kington. And Fred Barker of it. I Trinity 12 grandchildren to great grandchildren five Sisters mrs. Bascom it Anna Napier and mrs. Ethel Walters both of Poston and mrs. Fancher Rosa Kiker of Rockingham. Mrs r b. Francis Robinson of Columbia so and mrs. Weldon Eunice Mcbride of Louisville by. And three Brothers Fred Kirk of Polkton. Ernest Kirk of Rockingham and Boyce Kirk of Norfolk. A. Funeral will be held saturday at 2 30 p. In. At pleasant Grove United methodist Church in Randolph county by the Rev. W. Becher and the Rev. Charles Walker. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body will remain at the Siler funeral Home until 2 p. In. Saturday when it will be placed in the Church. The family wll be at the funeral Home from 7 to 9 tonight and at the Home. Frank Pate or. Frank Pate jr., 24, of 1302 furlough St. Was pronounced dead on arrival at High Point memorial Hospital wednesday afternoon from injuries received in an Accident while working at the no Sag Spring co. He was born july 25,1947, in Marlboro county sc., a son of Frank or. And Lillie Mae Jackson Pate. He attended Public schools in the adans Ville Community and was a member of the St. Paul United methodist Church he had been a resident of High Point for the past six and one half years. Survivors include his wife. Mrs. Laura Mae Williams Pate of the Home his parents five Sisters and four Brothers. Funeral will be held sunday at 2 pm. At the new Hill Baptist Church. Bennettsville. S c. By the Rev. Or. Brutus. Burial will he in the Church cemetery the body will remain at Moore funeral Home until to . Sunday. The family will be at the funeral Home saturday from 7 to 9 . Legal notices notice stated proposals will be Rece Ved by he City manager oth City of High Point. North Carolina in the Council chamber old a c to county buying until 1 30 o in. Monday. April it. 1977, at which Tim they will a opened and read for the furnishing of the following bid no 7 Semer Modding machine Public utilities p Apo ii t r e lob marked Quot bid no of be on a until i a to p i monday. April 17, 1972 Quot Cath bid and. Or certified Chack on a Bank injured by the Federal Deport insurance corporation made payable to the City of High Point. North Carolina. In the amount of five per cent s per cent of the total bid Mutt accompany an prop Talt in order to guarantee compliance with the prov Horn of the proposal the right it reserved to reject any or til Bidi and to accept such bids. At May in the Lodgment of the Council of the City of High Point North Carolina. Verv it Batt inter att the City Rete vet the Olgh to retain bit Tor a period of thirty 38 Dayt from the receipt of such Bidi it it requested that quotation a Given on All items cited specification and proposal form May a tenured from the office of the purchasing agent William s. Bencini mayor Harold r Cheek City manager a r Mcmullen purchasing agent 3-31 a notice sealed proposal will by received by the City manager of the City of High Point North Carolina in the Council chamber c the City county building until i 30 p in. Monday. April 17. 1972, at which time they ill be opened end read for the Farthing of the following bid no 4 underground cables Public utilities proposals Ara to be a r k a d a bid not to a opened until 1 30 p in monday. April 17, 1972. Cath bid Bond. Or certified Chack on a Bank insured by the Federal Deposit insurance corporation made payable to the City of High Point North Caroline in to amount of five per cent j per cent of the total b d Mutt accompany All proposals in Over to guarantee compliance with the prov St ans of the proposal the right is reserved to re act any or All bids and to acetyl such bids As May. It nth judgment of the Council of the City of High Point North Carolina serve its Batt interest the City Rete vet the right to retain bit Tor a period of thirty 30 Days from the receipt of such bids it is requested that quotations be Given on All items listed spec free tons and proposal forms May Ca secured from the office of the purchasing agent William s Bencini mayor Harold r Cheek City manager a r Mcmullen a tee a sing agent 3-31 notice of summons by publication state of North Cero line county of Guilford in the general court of Justice District court division High Point Norma Alston Floyd. Plaintiff is Lee Cleamon Floyd defendant take no Ca that a pleading tee my re Lief against you has been filed in the above entitled action. The nature of the Relief being sought is As follows Tref the plaintiff has brought an act against the defendant for an absolute divorce in the ground of one years Sapor fion you Ara required in make e detente to such pleading not later than May is 1977, and upon your failure to do so the Rait seeking service against you will apply to the court Tor the Relief Tough this the Jutt Day of March 1977 by Bob Scott attorney for plaintiff to East Green Street High Point North Caroon 3-1 4-7, 14 notice to creditors North Carolina Guilford county the undersigned hav no qualified at administrator of the estate of Roger William Mcallister deceased Lata of Guilford county North Carolina this is to notify All Parsons firms or Corpora t on having claims against said tsp ate to present them to the undersigned on or be fora the Lith Day of september 1972 or this notice frill be pleaded in oar of their recovery. All persons. Firms or corpor at ions indebted to said state will please Mike rimmed ate payment to a undersigned this the 3rd Day of March 1977 j c. Mcallister. Or. Administrator of the estate of Roger William Mcallister deceased 1403 Weste Hetter drive High , 77240 Haworth Riggs Kuhn and Haworth attorneys p o. Box 109. High Point n c. 27261 3-10. 17, 24, 31 i notice of summons by publication state of North Carolina county of Guilford in the general court of Justice strict court division High Point Joe Ray Ellis plaintiff is. Joyce Ann Ellis defendant take notice that a pleading seeking Relief against you has been filed in the above entitled action. The nature of the i Relief being sought is As follows that the plaintiff has brought in action against the defendant for an absolute divorce on the ground of one year s separation. You Are required to make a defense of such pleading not later than May 15, 1972, an upon your failure to do so. The seeking service against you will apply to i the court for the Relief sought. This the 31st Day of March 1972. By Bob Scott j attorney Tor plaintiff i 208 East Green Street High Point North Carolina 3-31 4-7, 14 i notice sealed proposals will be received by the City manager of the City of High Point North Carolina in the Council chamber of the City county building until 1 30 ., monday april 17, 1972. At which Tim they frill be opened and read Tor the furnishing of the following bid no. 3 single phase submersible transformer pub Fie utilities proposals Are to be marked Quot bid not to be opened until 1 30 ., monday apr 117, 1972 Quot Cash bid Bond or certified Check on a Bank insured by tha fades Deposit insurance corporation made payable to the City of High Point North Cero line in the amount of five 5 p. Cent of the total bid must accompany All proposals in order to guarantee compliance with the provisions of the proposal. The right is reserved to reject any or All bids and to accept such bids As May in the judgment of the Council of the City of High Point North Carolina serve its Best interest. The City reserves the right to retain bids for a period of thirty Days from the receipt of such bids. It is requested that quotations a Given on All items listed specifications and proposal forms May be secured from the office of the purchasing agent. William s Bencil mayor Harold r Cheek mayor a r Mcmullen purchasing agent 3-31____ notice of Sale of land under and by virtue of the authority vested in me by the order of the City Council of the City of High Point on to 3rd Day of february 1972, the undersigned frill offer for Sale at Public auction to the last and highest bidder for Cash or terms of 20 per cent of total amount of t d As a Down payment and the balance payable in equal monthly instalments Over a period of 60 months with unpaid balance to Bear interest at the rata of 6 per cent per annul this Sale will be held at the a n Entrance of the old City hah building a 200 e Commerce Street n the City of h go Point North Carolina at to co am on the Lith Day of april 1972. The prop try hereinafter described lying and being in High Point township City of High Point Guilford county North Carolina and More particularly described As follows beginning at a Point in tha ranter of the original Elm Street said Point being fixated the following courses and distances from the original intersection of the Western margin of Elm Street and Northern margin of Broad Avenue North 35 degrees of minutes $7 seconds Aas s3 so feet North 56 degrees 07 minutes 08 seconds East 2a feet to said beginning Point and Runn no thence South s6 do Grees 07 minutes 08 seconds West 46 feet to a Pont thence to the right a curve having a radius of 90 feet and arc length of 5.15 fee to a Point Thane a North to degrees 52 minutes 34 seconds West 71 66 feet to a Point thence to the Eft along a curve having a radius of 492 37 feet an arc length of 15 60 feet to a Point thence North 56 degrees 67 minutes m seconds est. La so tee to it a Point thence South 35 degrees of minutes 57 seconds East la feet to the Point and place of beginning the above described area is subject to a is foot wide Utility easement described As follows beginning at a Point in original Elm Street said Point being located South 56 degrees 07 minutes 08 seconds West 7 50 feet from the above described beginning Point of said property and running thence North 35 degrees of minutes 57 seconds West la feet to a pop be d �?T5 toot Utility easement will extend 7 so feet on each i de of the above described line the City of High Point expressly reserves the right to reject any and All bids offered for said property. William s. Bencil mayor this the 10th Day of March 1972. 317. 24, 31 4-7 in the general court of Justice Superior court division state of North Carolina Guilford county executrix notice a. No qualified is executrix of me estate of William Spencer Vaughn of Guilford county North Carolina this is to notify All persons having claims against the estate of said William Spencer Vaughn to present them to the undersigned within 6 months from Date of the publication of this notice or Sam will a pleaded in Par of their recovery All persons indebted to said Estat pitas make immediate payment. To t the 24 Day of March 1972 Nancy Vaughn Vuncannon executrix 205 ranch drive High Point n c. Fisher a Fisher Atys 302 isl Union Natl Bank bldg High Point North Carolina March a 31 april 7, 14 announcements i. Announcements treat rugs right they la be a Delight if c earned with Blue Lustre. Rent electric Shampooer la. Huffman part a wallpaper 3. Lost and found lost male English setter Black head White body with Black spots answer to Quot Joe Quot. Reward uttered Contact Day 882-0817 or night 812-3232 lost Gray of poodle answers to Quot Charlie a Vicinity Westhope or re Ward Call 189 5575 or 182-8364. Ost Tan s. A in by an pm Emerywood Vicinity it located please Ca i 156431. 4. Personals marriage arrangements Complete the n 2 hrs i a in. To 5 pm. Monday through Friday. Ceil Tor appointment i82-hs4. c. Hughes. Dana Burn wedding photographs re so for a lifetime Call Don Tew photography Atter 3 pm a evenings 88 20247 reduce excess fluids Edh fluid Dpi. I 69 los weight safely with Dei a det is cents. Of Mann drugs. Dial a message a i 54912 Stop smoking and weight control by legitimate hypnosis Call 294-2817 after 3 p in. Or weekends. 5. Instructions private guitar Leason phone mjj359 Atter 4 pm men Over 21 train now to earn $12,000 per year tractor trailer jobs wide open train to drive tractor trailers a prepare yourself to earn $12,000 year there is no need to quit your present Job while training re co tractor trailer train no has openings Tor x men from the Piedmont Ama to train on weekends saturdays a sundays afer 6 weekends of training on a diesel equipment re co will guarantee immediate Job placement assistance in local Short line or Long distance driving for compete information anytime Call Winston Salem 722-5284 j services and repair 2 13. Landscaping a Yard work Tringale landscaping Yard sowing loader work lots cleared foundations Etc. 431-2624 or 431-62 54 Call Robert Beeson Tor Grad no Sand Rock gravel fill dirt Call 5-j4 j 38 7 8131. Landscaping driveways Yard maintenance Garden blowing a mowing vacant its. Call Albert Hunt 883-4341. Tractor work turning dishing push hog work driveways scraped. 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