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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 12, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 4c High Point Enterprise sunday May 12, 1974 w Oost Elk Baird Mcewen founder of firm is memorialized a businessman who was the founder of a lumber company still doing business in High Point is memorialized in the High Point museum. Wooster Baird Mcewen who died in High Point on june 19, 1962, established Mcewen lumber co. In Asheville in 1898. He moved the company to High Point in 1923 and it continues in business from its office and facilities on English re. The lumber company is headed now by Herman h. Smith son in Law of or. Mcewen. A native of new Haven conn., or. Mcewen was born March 26. 1874, the son of Wilbur Mcewen and Wilhemia Bell Mcewen. Or. Mcewen was married to the former Caroline Nichols of Barnard on july 18. 1904, she was an artist who attended Greensboro female College and the new York Art school. Three children were born to the marriage. Edward Mcewen the son died nov. La 1918. The two daughters Are Louise Wooster mrs. Herman Smith and Virginia Moale mrs. Joseph Pierson. The Mcewen made their Home at 806 w. Farriss ave. He was a director of the Myca president of the rotary club and the chamber of Commerce and teacher of a Bible class at Calvary methodist episcopal Church for to years. At Wesley memorial United methodist Church or. Mcewen was chairman of the official Board for two years finance chairman sunday school superintendent and a trustee. Or. Mcewen is buried in Riverside cemetery in Asheville. The memorial in High Point museum is Given by or. And mrs. Herman h. Smith. Democrats adopt new party rules Raleigh it apr the state democratic executive committee adopted new party rules saturday that eliminate the so called quota system which committee members blamed for 1972 electoral defeats. The action was seen As a setback for party progressives who managed to win Only two concessions in the face of Strong opposition from party regulars who sought to remove anything faintly resembling a quota system. The quota system led us to disaster two years ago a declared or. John Dess to the rousing applause of the 217 members present. A it will Lead us to disaster deleted from the party rules were guidelines adopted in 1972 that were designed to give women Young people Blacks and other minorities a greater voice in party affairs by assuring them representation on party committees and on delegations to party conventions. This was replaced with a general statement of principles that said a special efforts should be made to encourage a traditionally unrepresented groups to work in the party. No assurances were Given however that they will be placed on party committees the final document was termed a woefully inadequate by progressive Leader Roger Foushee of Chapel Hill who worked with others last week to line up support correction a mistake in police reports saturday incorrectly listed in which Accident a pedestrian was injured William a. Goodwin 39, of Hilltop Street was slightly injured in an Accident at 4 41 . On Hilltop drive near Vail Street. The police reports first listed him As injured in a wreck at 5 45 on Kivett drive near Grimes Avenue for a weakened quota system. A now it says nothing other than you should do Good and love your neighbor a he complained after the heated six hour session. While party progressives Urban White liberals and Blacks were outnumbered on the committee they had enough votes to squeeze through two concessions retention of rules that specify the make up of county executive committees As to age sex and race. And addition of language urging that precinct committees Bear a a reasonable relationship to the makeup of Active precinct democrats. A a a a a a in deaths and funerals Frank Hoffman Dies at 48 Frank David Hoffman jr., 48, of 1173 Sweetbriar rd., died at 11 25 . Friday in High Point memorial Hospital where he had been a patient for 3va weeks. He had been critically ill two Days. Or. Hoffman was born Jan. 22, 1926. In Ettrick. Va., a son of David Frank and Vestal Dillon Hoffman. He attended High Point College and n. C. State University at Raleigh. A resident of High Point since 1946. He was president of Royal development co. And a director of the Lane corp. He was a Veteran of world War ii having served in the u. S. Army. On dec. 31, 1962, he was married to Heather Grant. He was a member of Saint Mary a episcopal Church. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Heather g. Hoffman of the Home three sons Steven Hoffman of red Springs and Mark and Stan Hoffman both of High Point two Sisters mrs. Lula Patterson of Winston Salem and mrs. Thelma White of Baltimore my. And two Brothers Benjamin Hoffman of. Baltimore my. And Carl Hoffman of California. Funeral will be held at 2 . Monday in Saint Mary s episcopal Church by the Rev. William p. Price. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. The body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home until the hour of the funeral. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 to 9. The family requests that memorials be made to boys Home at Lake acc maw or to one s favorite Charity. Burglars ransack offices burglars entered Craft Wood inc. On w. Green drive Here doing $1,000 damage by ransacking offices and taking $50 in Cash and a radio valued at $25, police reported. Entry was gained by breaking open an office door. A vending machine was pried open and $25 of the $50 taken from it. The other $25 was in Cash stolen from an office Cash Box. George Donnie Lee of Sharon Street reported to police that someone entered his residence and stole $180 from the bedroom. Lee said he and his wife returned to their Home saturday found it had been entered and the Money taken. Burglars broke into Evelyn s Grill on Kivett drive sometime saturday and took Beer and cigarettes valued at $70. Jack Herbert Lee Todd or. Of route 4 told police that his car was burglarized while parked at Gulf adhesives co. On Ward Avenue where he works. Todd reported that Auto equipment valued at $70 was stolen after the car door had been pried open. Dewey Solomon Asheboro funeral for Dewey h. Solomon Iii 22, of 134 e. Wainman ave., will be held sunday at 3 . In Pugh funeral Chapel in Randleman by the Rev. Tracy Staley. Burial will follow in Randleman it. Lebanon United methodist Church cemetery. Solomon shot himself Friday while participating in a game of russian Roulette according to Asheboro police. H. G. Clapp Herman g. Clapp 69. Of 212 Druid dr., was pronounced dead upon arrival at High Point memorial Hospital saturday at 8 10 . Following a seizure at his Home. The body was taken to Sechrest funeral Home where funeral arrangements were incomplete late saturday. P. R. Phernambucq a funeral for Paul r. Phernambucq 49. Of 3208 loft View dr., will be held monday at i . In Lambeth Troxler Chapel in Greensboro. Cremation is to follow the service. Or. Phernambucq was found dead Early saturday. The death was ruled a suicide by or. Chester Haworth county medical examiner. He is survived by his wife mrs. Aileen Peterson Phernambucq of the Home. The family will be at the funeral Home sunday from 7 until 9 . Chair Titian electrocuted Thomasville James w. Jim Beckjr. 20. Of it. I Thomasville was dead on arrival at i to . Saturday in Forsyth memorial Hospital in was electrocuted while working on a swimming Pool in East Bend. The Yadkin county sheriff s department said that Beck had fallen into the Pool and pulled electrical equipment in the water with him. He had been engaged in cleaning the outside of the Pool when the mishap occurred. Beck was born in Davidson county july 4, 1953. A son of James w. And Elizabeth Kanoy Beck and was graduated from Thomasville senior High school in 1971. He was employed at Good housekeepers Supply co. Of Thomasville and was a member of Rich Fork Baptist Church. Surviving Are his parents of the Home one brother Jeffrey Beck of the Home and his grandparents. Or. And mrs. Walter w. Beck of 112 Beck rd., and or. And mrs. Jacob a. Kanoy of it. I Thomasville. Funeral will be held monday at 4 . In Rich Fork Baptist Church by the Rev. Melvin e. Greene and the Rev. Carl r. Hemphill. The body will remain at j. C. Green and sons funeral Home until the hour of the service. The family will be at the funeral Home sunday from 7 until 9 . The family requests that memorials be directed to Rich Fork Baptist Church. 20 years after Brown James Wall Wadesboro James Wall of it. I Wadesboro died at 3 45 . Saturday in Wadesboro memorial Hospital following seven months of declining health. Or. Wall was a native of Anson county a member of pee Dee Baptist Church and a Veteran of world War ii. He is survived by his wife mrs. Josephine Wall of the Home seven daughters Lula Ingram Annie Rea Dunlap Pearline Miller Audrey Wilson and Rosa Ratliff of High Point Floree Sturdivant of Wadesboro and Eva Jean Baker of the Home eight sons James Lester John Napoleon and Harlee Wall of High Point Odell Wall of new York City june Wall of Badin Robert Wall of Wadesboro and Joe Edward Wall of the Home four Sisters and three Brothers. Funeral will be held wednesday at 2 . In pee Dee Baptist Church by the Rev. Frank Gibson. Burial will follow in the Church cemetery. The body will remain at Johnson funeral Home until placed in the Church 30 minutes before the funeral. The family will be at the funeral Home tuesday from 7 until 9 . J. W. Milaum graveside rites for John w Illiam Milaum will be held at 3 . Today in Springfield friends cemetery by the Rev. Bill Puckett and the Rev. Homer Cole. The body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home until the hour of the service. Or. Milaum. 81, of it. 4, High Point died saturday. More showers seen Likely showers and thundershowers Are Likely today according to the Weatherman who placed the precipitation probability at 70 per cent. The High temperature in the triad area was expected to be in the upper 70s. Tonight s Low temperature was predicted to be in the Low to Middle 50s. There is a Chance of showers Early this evening followed by Clearing skies. The precipitation probability is 30 per cent. Monday is expected to be mostly sunny with a daytime High in the 70s. In the extended forecast mostly fair skies and daytime High temperatures in the 70s Are seen for tuesday and wednesday. Thomasville Man elected Raleigh apr Frank Delancey or. Of Asheville was elected president of the North Carolina association of life underwriters at the end of a three Day convention saturday. Delancey succeeds Bob g. Gibson of Raleigh. Other officers included Ira e. Beeson of Thomasville first vice president and John b. Terry of Raleigh Secretary treasurer. The underwriters named George p. Clark of High Point its a Man of the correction in an account of the new pipe Organ being used today for the first time in first presbyterian Church the Date of an inaugural recital by mrs. Elizabeth Miller was incorrectly listed As tonight. Instead the recital will be played by mrs. Miller on tuesday at 8 15 . Since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 e. Lexington ave. Announcements 882-2555 885-2145 i brr by or it a it Hon is a t Ion Al selected morticians incomplete Frank David Hoffman or. John w Illiam Milaum Wjk mortuary phone 885-5045 102 Chestnut or. Sunday mrs. Verlie Craven spell 4 . Cumby Chapel announcements i. Announcements Stop line know a drug Rushe it for Ochoa to help eliminate this problem Call Stop line at it to Day or night. Carolyn s Beauty Salon on Curry re. Regular shampoo amp set $3.50. Call for appointment. 869-5190. Sorry Sal 1$ now a marry Gal. She used Blue Lustre Rug a upholstery cleaner. Rent electric Shampooer $1. Huffman paint amp wallpaper. Enjoy Spring come ride with us in Beautiful Shepherd Mountain. Special weekday rates during May. Shepherd Mountain stables Midway Between High Point and Asheboro on state Road 15-39. Call Hal or Sandy Hansen. 431-8482 for 2. Card of thanks we. The family of the late Alley june Gibson Are so very grateful to you our friends neighbors and the Community for the Many acts of love shown during the illness and at the passing of our loved one. Your presence with us was most comforting As were the Floral tributes cards and telegrams. Thanks to each of you. Signed mrs. Martha Gibson amp family 233 Woodbury St., High Point. In memory of our Mother mrs. Sarah Wyre your gentle Ace and patient smile with sadness we recall. You had a kindly word for each and died beloved by All. You Are not forgotten loved one or will you Ever be. As Long As life and memory last. A will remember thee we miss you now our hearts Are sad of time goes by we miss you More your Loving smile your gentle face no one can Tver fill your place. Your daughters. Ollie amp Minnie Hayworth High Point. N. C. It the Quot family of the late mrs Louise Morgan Stroud Mccloud wish to express our sincere thanks to our friends neighbors and co workers for your comforting expressions of sympathy during the illness and at the passing of our wife. Mother grandmother and sister. Truly your presence the Corot Orting messages the Beautiful Floral tributes and the services rendered did much to Comfort and strengthen us. Sincere thanks to each of you. Signed Walter Mccloud s. Family 1719 Lamb Street. 3. Lost and found lost Small Black amp White female cat from Westover area. Phone 869-6444. 7. Travel opportune Tea drive our car travel almost free Philadelphia los Angeles Palm Springs Kansas City Boston Raleigh san Diego new York is. Louis. Cleveland san Antonio and Many other cities 883-7532 Auto Del away 1616 Westchester services and repairs services and repairs 13. Landscaping a Yard work Phagan s Lawn service Lawn mowing Sio up seeding. Fertell ration. Call 883-8179. 15. Septic tank Sonde septic tanks cleaned Call Thomas Malone 431-6549. De Smith s septic tank service pumping repairing custom ditching. Office and Plant 431-1812 homa 631 4726. 16. To a radio repair Ralph s radio and to service. 502 e Washington. Expert service on co Lor to s. Pm 882-34nrjst m22l__ 17. Upholstering a repaving Quality re upholstery. Guaranteed workmanship. Free estimate. Free pickups it delivery. 8824490 or 82-9241. Gardens slowed All kinds tractor work Bush hogging work. Buc it Brown us Hickory Chapel re. 883-5313 after 4 . Williams landscaping any Type haul Sandrock a gravel. Call Prentiss Williams 475-1607. Or. Welch landscaping. Sandrock gravel Trees Cut trash hauled Pine logs a firewood length. 888-9289 or 185-8451.___ j r Quick hauling bus hog work lot Clearing trash hauling fix driveways clean around factories with front end loader. Call Odell. 885 4286 or j. R. Quick 454-3289 after 3. _ b Black topsoil fill dirt gravel driveway work grading a landscaping. 454-1075.__ triad tree service Aff Type tree work landscaping dirt gravel Sandrock. Free est., insured. 431-2875. C amp b tree service Complete tree care. Shrubbery work Boxwood care Lawn re seeded landscaping. Insured. Pm 431-6748. Arnold s custom hauling loader work Sandrock gravel a topsoil. Pm 431-4719 Atter 6 p. M. Any Type loader amp tractor work. Fill dirt amp gravel. Call 431-3123 Quality re upholstering your material or our. Free estimates pickup a delivery. The Sample shop 1835 n. Main St., High Point. 882-9526._____ re upholstering arty style. Materials at discount or furnish your own. Gilbreth s Pho try _43?. A to upholstering All types re upholstering refinishing Restor no Antiques. Large selection of semites. Free pickup a delivery. Pm. 175-3034. N a l re upholstery. Quality work at reasonable rates. Free estimates. Free pickup and delivery. Many Quality fabrics to choose from. Call 431-4602 or 431-6438 after 5 . Ii. Bookkeeping a in. Tax dump truck Bull Dozer loader service Sand Rock gravel lot Clearing top soil. Call Frank s. Davis at 885-2454 before j am and after 6 pm. A n Dym and trash h a ule of Quot Yard work painting a repair work. Phone 431-5055. Gardens slowed pm 431-1219. Sandy Loam top soil fill dirt Sandrock a gravel a Mason Concrete or tilter Sand. Call Larry r. Hill sr., inc. 431-5416. 14. Remodelling amp painting Raynor paint amp aluminium 3512 s. Main 5t�?z Archdale dealer of Alcoa a Reynolds aluminium siding storm doors windows aluminium guttering 431-5680. Retired plasterer will do Small Patch work. 40 years of experience. Phone 882-1844. Carpentry roofing siding. Prompt reasonable we need work. Phone 882-6331 after 5 . Don Rickert paint contractor Interior exterior Home commercial Industrial. Frat estimates. 382-3159. Aluminium siding guttering garages roof no a windows. I do the Selling i do the work. No middleman. Can tave you Money fret estimates Roy Gleason improvement co., 815-6510 or 454-3831. Home improvement guaranteed to please room additions patios panelling All types of Home remodelling. Day 885-5366, night 885-6554. Bob royals. Gutter work install clean repair. Galvanized painted or paint grip. 475-8238 or 478-1586. Storm door and w i n o o a service sales installation a repairs Patio screen repairs phone 431-7234 outside House painting roofing a House repair. Call h. G. Mabe 883 0873. Carpenter a work room additions remodelling panelling a cabinets. Also contract painting. Free estimates 431-7338. Small business bookkeeping and tax accountantsjwantecl_cah_47&u4j9 23. Miscellaneous will mow Yards. Phone 882-9323.__ we install a wire window air conditioners a Central Mobile Home air conditioners. I Day service. Sears electric co. 885 9280 Day or night. Moving let us move your furniture into your new House or apartment local or Long distance. Call for a free moving kit. Granville Mayflower. 882-0151. Sears electric service one Day service. Pm 885-9280 a Garden blowing 454-165 junk car removal. Free of charge. Call Brown 454-1219 or 454-1908 anytime. _ _ sewing it Home for p u to to c a alterations dresses Pant suits Etc. Phone 431-3361. Garden plots tilled reasonable Price for appointment Call 83-7966. A a a Hammett electric modern methods old fashioned integrity. 15-0763 anytime. Moving a storage. Low rates a insured. Cau. 2-3224. Asphalt Patching amp curbing weather Seal applied to old and new Asphalt. Call 472-8270 or 431-3359. Quality Brick and Block work. Phone 882-9898.__ for any Type of cleaning Lawn a gardening minor repairs Etc. Call Central janitorial a Garden serve Ltd. Pm 889-4173 Atter 5 pm. Fontal from Page 3c without freeing. The excesses of reconstruction the locked in attitudes of men. White and Black. The rhetoric of politicians that played on fear and Hope. The promises kept the promises unkept. The wars to make the world Safe for democracy abroad if not at Home. The rising expectations the failing reality the new Deal the fair Deal the new Frontier the great society the new majority the same old minority. The new Laws that came Only after violence in the streets. The guilt the blame enough for everybody. And now men North and South White and Black caught in a world they never made of irony and complexity unsettling change and elusive Promise. Modding Carter Iii publisher of the Delta Democrat times of Greenville miss., Long a crusader for Equality for the Black Man says a live had to learn about my hangups too like the first time i watched my daughter go off to a High school dance with a Black in Chicago a cab Driver says to his passenger a you look like a White Liberal. I used to be a White Liberal. Now you re looking at a scared bigot i take my life in my hands hacking at irony and complexity. Lyndon Johnson raised the question. Should a Man shackled for generations be Given a head Start in the race but does the a Ocolor Blind Constitution permit a reverse discrimination even to right an old wrong7 in the matter of Marco def Unis White denied admission to Law school in favor of a less qualified Black the supreme court declined to decide. The question remains like so Many unanswered. Twenty years ago the Brown ruling said it s not the inequality but the separateness. Now the supreme court has agreed to decide whether Detroit must adopt an integration proposal to Swap Black children from the City every Day with White children from 53 suburbs in two counties. A the outcome of the Detroit Case will affect other Northern cities. What is involved is whether in effect Whites can avoid racial integration of schools by moving across not Only City but also county lines. Busing on a far lesser scale has rubbed nerves raw in any number of communities. How far must a metropolitan area go to implement Brown an a act pamphlet on the subject is titled a it s not the distance its the but. Linda Brown Smiths two children go to an integrated school in Topeka one Block from Home. Now there is talk they might have to be bused to a More integrated school farther from Home. Like her father who started it All 20 years ago Linda Brown Smith is opposed to busing in the welter of racial fights and tensions in integrated schools North and South rep Andrew Young cites the Case of an Atlanta school where a White girl and a Black girl squared off surrounded by other Whites and Blacks. The Light was somehow averted More important says Young was the fact that a White girl was holding the Black girl s coat Modding Carter is encouraged by the fact that a a growing minority of White children in the South now View Blacks As human but his optimism is restrained. So far he sees no fundamental change in the country. A a to his own secret Joy a says the Liberal publisher Quot the White southerner is relieved of the Burden of being different from the rest of the country. To his Public Joy he has discovered that the moral plateau toward which the rest of the country was pushing him was not so High after and Earl Warren the former chief Justice of the United states who presided Over the landmark decision 20 years ago is now 83, still erect still of the same mind. A i can to say we have moved Forward with a All deliberate Speed. But there has been great change. In 1954. We were As close to apartheid in the South As you could be. Now that is gone. A we still done to live As one society but desegregation to a very considerable extent now exists in every state of the Union. It is not Complete but it is in View of the violence the trauma and the divisiveness in the last 20 years has he Ever had any second thoughts about the Brown decision a Earl Warren normally an amiable Man answered sharply. A no a he said Blue eyes blazing. A Why should i a lost siamese cat tamale with Nome lag Quot Julia Quot approx. I i. South of place that has bottles tars Etc. On a 85. Reward. 803-552-0469. Lost German Shepherd Puppy Black a tan Vicinity of rotary a Parkway Reward. 888-7201. Liberal Reward tor information leading to recovery of radiators Ard batteries Etc. Taken from a-1 used cars a parts co., 2607�?T 2 English re. 882-87co. Lost ladies Light Blue half glasses in or near Collier Ellis co. Or Northside super Market. Please Call 882-3453 if you found them. 4. Personals marriage arrangements Complete within 2 hrs., 8 . To 2 . Monday through Friday. Call for appointment 892-2654, c c. Hughes. Dallas furn. Notice this notice is to inform All persons that Samuel Huffman will not be responsible for any debts incurred by anyone other than myself. Signed Samuel Huffman Quot a spec Iau tribute to a Loving Mother and grandmother mrs. Lillie s. Portee who de parted this life on March i 1970. M is for the Many things she gave me. O is Only that she grew old. T is for the tears she shed to save me. H is for her heart As pure As Gold. E is tor Hor Tyes of lovelight shining. R is for right and right she d be. Put them altogether they spell Quot Mother Quot the word that meant the world to me. Quot you re gone but not Loving submitted by mrs. Lillian Portee Diggs and daughter a son. She is just away i cannot say and i will not say that she is dead she is just away. With a smile and a wave of the hand she wandered into an unknown land. And left us dreaming How fair it needs must be since so lingers there. And you of you who the wildest yearn for the old time step and glad return. Think of her faring on As dear in the love of there As the love of Here. Think of her still As the same i say she is not dead she is lust away. Edna Floyd and family Mother s Day my Mother was so Beautiful and kind. I m blessed with a Beautiful wife that has Given much pleasure end Fine children. I would t Trade her for Ell the furniture in the world. Quot old boy Quot Jake Harris 5. Instruction private guitar lessons phone 886 5393 Atter 4 . Free Ceramic classes nightly 6 30 9 30, pm 475 1450, Ideal ceramics Ballpark rd., Thomasville n. C. All types of remodelling satisfaction guaranteed. Terms available. 476-4439 after 5 . Guttering in by str Lal a residential. Call 431-3249 or 431-4168 or 431-5993._ Carpenter work 2c years experience. Door windows room additions panelling Etc. Larry Proctor 431-5222.____ triad aluminium co. J aluminium siding storm windows a doors car arts awnings a guttering. 431-6430 Carpen iry a masonry work Dave s remodelling and building will do any kind of carpentry work. Drop ceilings panelling. No lob too Small. Call 862-9477 or 4314710 anytime. H Ardy Patti contractor s cell 885-5677 Atter 5 p. M. Interior a exterior Concrete or i Vuk St Tetlow. Walka Etc. A Brick work. 30 yrs. Compline it experience. We guarantee to save you Money. Cell 882-3224.__ _ Brick a Block work All kinds for chimneys underpinning foundations sagging floors put in Drain tile. Free est. 883-4568 or 431-4825. 24. Room and Board room a Board for men and women. 418 e. Russell pm. 882-0726. Room a Board in private Home for four working White gentlemen. Absolutely no drinking or rough carrying on. Off Street parking. 905 English re. 25. Room gentlemen. Private bedroom furnished All conveniences private Entrance. 721 n. Elm. Pm >7-1144. Gentle Mast no eely furnished front bedroom. Beth with Shower. 329 Woodrow. Phone 883-0554.__ furnished bedroom in private Home. Phone 83-6442. Etc e room for lady or gentlemen. Living room to. Phone refrigerator. No drinking please. Pm 882-1183. Furn shed room for settled lady. Large room Welk in closet downtown location. 882-9635. Bobby e. Lamb paint contractors Interior exterior. No Jot too Large or Small. Pm 431-6346 aaa carpentry Carpenter w o r a i rooting and porches repaired. Phone 889-540/glen Mabe Mowery awning amp improvement awnings patios carports guttering roofing painting siding storm windows a doors. Mobil Home awnings room additions Concrete work. Work guaranteed. 886 5497 or 431-7092 Home building remodelling additions Kitchen cabinets top Baths rooting. Painting furniture show rooms. J. J White 869 4006 Mike 869 5532 _ All types remodelling repairs painting and maintenance work. Call 8m-283k___ All types of painting Home commercial a farming 20 yrs. Expr., work guaranteed. Phone 883 4659. Remodelling and room additions also other types of carpentry work. Guaranteed workmanship. Free estimates. Call Bryant construction 475-8333 or 885-8494. P a i n t ing a exterior a Interior. Free estimates. James v i r c Nell. Call 887-5211. All types of carpentry work no Job too Large or too Small. Free estimates. Al work guaranteed references. Phone 869-5688. Norman painting Interior and exterior. All work guaranteed. Free estimates. Call 882-0879._________ Vick paint contractor pm 889-4179 Ceramic tile work new and remodelling work Terrezza floors Quarry tile Shower doors _ Call 431-1165 Eft a 6 p. carpentry a Maso nary work done. Small lobs desired. Phone 869-3062. Carpentry work. Remodelling repairs and painting for Home or business. For estimates Call 475-1558. Gutter a cleaning Sarvi Cittoni cleaned washed a downspouts cleared a checked. Cell David Benson 431-7374 after 4 . We do any Type Brick or Block work. Also carpentry work additions Small repair jobs. For information Call Donnie 475-9246. Close in room i or 2 gentlemen twin Beds also private room hot a cold water adjoining Bath or to a phone privileges parking. 82-8042. Furnished be Droom for employed lady. Phone 888 4069. 26. Apt., houses furnished 3 rooms a Bath upstairs apartment. $85 plus Deposit 1419 s. Main St. No children. 431-2909. Furnished 3 room Apt. Upstairs private Beth Ges heat. 700 Block English re. Ill week. No children. 888-4212.__ furnished 4 room duplex. Private Bath a Entrance. 327 Wheeler turn 1300 Block perk. 814 week no children. 888-4212.____ 5 room House with ail conveniences a connections Gas heat a Cooling-1009 Grant St. 882-9309 or 889-8451. Garage Apt Bachelor furn., panelled Shower a a Western Section reasonable. Write Box m-6 care High Point Enterprise. 3 room nicely turn. Apt., no drinking close in one Small child. Phone 431 3723. 2 room efficiency Apt. For lady. Phone 869-4522. 2 room unfurl. Apt Complete Beth pro. Entrance newly painted Nice tor single or retired person. Phone 883 7608.________ furnished 2 room Apt. Upstairs. Private Bath. 1401 Nollsh re. $13 we. No children. Pm. 888-4212.___ 3 Apt. 410 Grayson St. $22 50 we. Freshly decorated 3 pm. Apt. 1206 Farlow. 33 every 2 was. 3 pm. Apt. 204 Morgan $33 wkly. 211-b Morgan freshly painted. $65 to 4 pm. House. 1214 Ferlow $70 no. 4 pm. House. 1523 Willard $65 to. 4 pm. Apt. 61 in Tate. $30 every 2 was. 5 pm. House go. Cond. 304 Ennis. $40 every 2 was. 3 pm. Apt. Freshly painted. 1403 Davis. $30 each 2 was. For business and professional couples. Available $100., Brick Apt. Auto. Heat. Horton realty 883-1794 on furnished bedroom with Kitchen privileges to lady or will consider couple. Phone 83-722 Duple x in Archdale 6 completely furnished apartment. Nice Call today it 83-7420. 3 room Apt. Furnished new paint excellent location near downtown $18.50 per week. 321 South Hamilton St. Dallas furniture Call 882-2654 eed a car Check top apartment close in. 2 room i Aochi in u Xiv. T furnished private Bath no drinking. Iep ads 885 0796

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