High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 5 1972, Page 26

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 5, 1972, High Point, North Carolina High Point Enterprise Friday May 5, 1972 car train Accident injures 2 two it. 3. Thomasville residents James William Breedlove. 20, and his passenger Marie Crump were both listed in satisfactory condition today at High Point memorial Hospital where they were taken following a car barn Accident thursday morning. The girl had serious Arm leg and head injuries and underwent surgery thursday afternoon. She was still in the intensive care unit today. Breedlove had cuts and bruises Over his face and body. The car and a train engineered by Carl Nelson of Wesley drive collided at the hot cd Railroad crossing on Prospect Street Extension. The crossing is about two Miles South of High Point in Randolph county. Patrolmen gave no account of the wreck other than to say there were no signs or Gates at the crossing but that the weather was Clear and there was an unobstructed View of the crossing the officer said his investigation was continuing deaths amp funerals Russell funeral set for sunday death claims mrs. Edwards mrs. Effie Ward Edwards widow of Luther Eugene Edwards of 400 Liberty Road was dead on arrival at High Point memorial Hospital this morning. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. The body is at the Sechrest funeral Home. In in Sechrest service mrs. J. T. Gaines Siler City mrs. Mattie Hancock Gaines wife of j. T. Gaines of it. I Goldston died thursday in Chatham Hospital Siler City after a few hours of illness. She was a native o f Chatham county and a member of Antioch Baptist Church. Survivors Are her husband four daughters mrs. Buddy Mclaughlin mrs. Dennis Stone. Mrs. Jim Brower and mrs. Arlin Bridges All of Siler City five sons Oren and Jonny Gaines both of it. I Goldston Alton Gaines of Bon Lee Fred and Bill Gaines both of Siler City four Sisters mrs. Harold Beane and mrs. D. B. Hilliard both of Randleman. Mrs. Clara Wilkie of it. I Goldston and mrs. Ollie Watkins of Bonlee and four Brothers b. M. And r. G. Hancock both of Siler City Johnny Hancock of Bonlee and Graham Hancock of it. I Goldston funeral will be held at 3 . Saturday at Antioch Baptist Church. The body is at Smith to Buckner funeral Home and the family will be there tonight from 7 until 9. Mrs. Winfred Michael Lexington mrs. Nelva Yates Michael 63. Of Lexington widow of Winfred Michael died wednesday in Baptist Hospital Winston Salem. She was a native o f Davidson county. Survivors Are four daughters. Mrs. Kenneth Carlton of route 6. Mrs. Boyd Burcham of route 2, mrs. John Wyatt of it. 3, Mocksville and mrs. Robert Sharpe of it. I Linwood four sons Jimmy Michael of the Home. Wave Michael of route 7, Robert b. Michael of route i and Charles Michael of Lexington two Sisters mrs. Clifton Freeman of Virginia and mrs. Con Ard Koonts of Lexington and six Brothers. Sam and Howard Yates both of Charlotte Dave Yates of High Point Charles Yates of Lexington Woodrow Yates of Raleigh and Richard Yates of Midway Ohio. Funeral will be held at 2 pm. Saturday at Davidson funeral Home Chapel. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9. Mrs. B. Whittington Henry Nelson Russell 86. Of 3017 North Centennial St. Died at 5 40 a. In. Today in High Point memorial Hospital. He had been in declining health for several years and critically ill one week. Or. Russell was born oct. 30. 1885, in Union county a son of Michael and Margaret Beaver Russell. Twice married his first marriage was to Docie Baucom. She died in 1933. On sept. 25, 1935, he was married to Estelle Mccall Godfrey. He was a resident of High Point for 28 years coming Here from Charlotte. For a number of years he was associated with Carolina Cigar and Candy co. As a Salesman. He was in the grocery business with Russell and Lomax grocery. In 1958, he retired from the D. Stampley enterprises. Charlotte. For several years he was treasurer of the Junior order. A Mason he was a member of the Joppa Lodge 530, a f. To a m. Charlotte. He was a member of first United methodist i Church and the w. P. Pickett Bible class. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Estelle g. Russell of the Home one son. Fred d. Russell of Charlotte two Stepsons p. E. Godfrey of the Home and Cecil m. Godfrey of North Bergen . Two step grandchildren and two Sisters mrs. J. R. Frazier of Charlotte and mrs. Bessie Stewart of Jacksonville Fla. Funeral will be held at 3 p. In. Sunday in first United methodist Church by the Rev. Richard j. Crowder and the Rev. Thomas j. Duncan burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery the body will remain at the Sechrest funeral Home until placed in j the Church 30 minutes before the funeral. The family will be at the funeral Home saturday night from 7 until 8 30. Sunday hoary Nelson Russell i pm. Flatt United methodist Church elect Charlie to. Webb n. House Democrat Quot we need to evaluate and separate prisoners As they come into the system so that we can separate for example the Young Hist offender from the hardened criminal so that our prisons Are not schools for m. Fat Taylor or. By Fer War Gumnor mrs. Phoeba Ruth Mabe Whittington 62, of 2552 old Greensboro Road Winston Salem died today at 2 30 a. In. In Community general Hospital Thomasville. She had been in declining health three years and in critical condition one week. Mrs. Whittington was Bern . 27, 1909. In Alleghany county a daughter of Wilburn m. And Alice Crouse Mabe. It she had been a resident of the High Point area 35 years until recently moving to Winston Salem. Mrs. Whittington was a member of Glenview Baptise Church and the Church sunday school class in Winston Salem. On sept. I 1949. She was married to Clarence b. Chuck Hunter Whittington who survives of the Home. Surviving in addition to her husband Are several nieces and nephews. Funeral will be held sunday at 2 p. In. At Glenview Baptist Church in Winston Salem by the Rev Fred fore. Burial will be in Oaklawn memorial gardens Winston Salem. The body will remain at the Cumby mortuary until placed in the Church 30 minutes prior to the service. The family will be at the funeral Home saturday evening from 7 until 9. Jeffery Hedrick Lexington Jeffery Lynn Hedrick 13-year-old son of Leon Hedrick of 905 w. 3rd ave. Ext., died wednesday in of Berry Center in Goldsboro after one year of illness. Or. Hedrick was born in Davidson county. Survivors Are his father and step Mother or. And mrs. Leon Hedrick of the Home his Mother mrs. Joann Everhart Miller of North Carolina two Sisters. Deborah Hedrick and Sabrina Hedrick both of the Home a brother David Hedrick of Okinawa and a Stepsister Jacqueline Hedrick of the Home. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. The body is at Davidson funeral Home. Mrs. Willie Mccoy j. H. Lindsay mrs. Birdie Mccoy 84, wife of Willie Mccoy died monday at 2 10 a. In. In a Shelby Hospital. She was the daughter of the late or. And mrs. Alan Alexander. Survivors include her husband of the Home one daughter mrs. Pauline Robins of Cleveland Ohio one son Grady Alexander of Rock Hill s. Three Stepsons four grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Funeral will be held sunday at 2 30 p. In. At the ame Zion Ebenezer Church in Hickory Grove s. Burial will be in the Church s cemetery. The body is at the Foster funeral Home in Gaffney s. C., and the family will be there saturday night from 9 until to. John Henry Lindsay 52, of 1149-b furlough St. Died tuesday afternoon in High Point memorial Hospital. He was born Jan. 25,1920, in Aiken s.c., a son of Talley and Sadie Golphin Williams. He had been a resident of High Point for the past 36 years and was a former employee of the City Ai High Point. Survivors include one son. Spec. 4 Charles a. Hamlin of the u. S. Army stationed at fort Kobbe canal zone one daughter mrs. Veronica Taylor of Washington . One grandchild his parents or. And mrs. Talley Williams of Washington . And one sister miss Virginia Williams of Washington . Funera will be held saturday at 2 . At the Chapel of the Moore funeral Home. Burial in Greenhill cemetery. The body will remain at the funeral Home until the hour of the service. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 to 9. Politico advertising elect Jim Hunt lieutenant governor High Point committee for the election of Jim Hunt Jim Morgan chairman your choirs for broader representation vote Fob Zoe Barbee democratic candidate Fok county commissioner of county i elect Bill Barnett n. House. District claim agent retired Southern railway married wife school teacher. Methodist. Past president kiwanis club honorary Jaycee past master masonic Lodge mayor of Spencer n c., 2 terms judge recorders court 4 years. No. House of representatives representing Rowan county 1953-54. Greensboro inter club Council. Member executive committee Greensboro crime commission. Vote ill Barnett democratic primary May 6th Point at if you re concerned about taxes Here s something to think about Iommi t Tai elect William Lonnie revel Republican for North Carolina House of representatives primary May 6th a president of Pilot systems inc. Of member of Tusk and trunk amp Al a p. La a i High Point n. A graduate of Mars Hill and Wake Forest University a served in 82nd airborne division and special forces. Guilford county Young republicans. A Active supporter As coach amp administrator in Greensboro Little league program and boy scouts. A married and father of two children. I a paid for by friends of William Lone revels a skipper Bowles says he is against any More taxes for the next four years. He is the same Man who voted for More than is of million in new tobacco soft drink and gasoline taxes As a legislator in 1969. The next year running for state Senate he said he would try to Cut by one half the increase in the gasoline tax he had voted for. But after he was elected he changed his mind and failed to introduce legislation for this purpose. How do we know he won t change his mind again on the other hand there s Pat Taylor. A Man who in 17 years of distinguished service has never broken a Promise to the people of North Carolina. Pat Taylor is As much against higher taxes As anyone else. In fact he would like to Cut taxes. Pat Taylor has t made any Flat promises about taxes because he does t know what might happen during the next four years and neither does anyone else. Furthermore Pat Taylor knows that Only the general Assembly can raise or lower taxes. But Pattay Lochas promised to do everything he can As governor to Cut costs and eliminate waste. So that North Carolina can meet its responsibilities without higher taxes. That s a Promise you can believe. There s a difference Between promises and performance. North Carolina knows the difference

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