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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 13, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Ii deaths amp funerals a Randy Carter Ernest l. Ingle of Thomasville Dies at age 55 Thomasville Randy Clay Carter 17, of 310 Jacob St., Thomasville died thursday at 9 45 . At Community general Hospital. He was hospitalized for a few hours. He was bom june 18, 1954, in Thomasville where he spent his entire life. He was a 12th Grade student at Thomasville senior High school and a member of Union Baptist Church where he served As member of the usher Board. Survivors include his Mother mrs. Eulalia c. Smith of Thomasville Foster parents or. And mrs. Eddie Lewis of the Home seven Brothers Lonnie Gary Glenn Benjie. Dirham Gregory my Kenneth All of Thomasville one sister Vetra Ann of Thomasville and in a t e r a i grandparents or. And mrs. Ollie Carter of Thomasville. Funeral will be held sunday at 2 30 . At Union Baptist Church by the Rev. A. Y. Hairston. Burial will be in Carolina biblical Garden. The body will remain at Thomas Haizlip funeral Home and will be placed in the Church 30 minutes prior to funeral service. The family will be at the funeral Chapel tonight from 7 30 to 9. Mrs. R. R. Bain Dies in Hospital mrs. Elizabeth Odom Bain 86, of 212-g Maple place died at 5 15 . Friday in High Point memorial Hospital where she had been a patient for two weeks. She had been critically ill four Days. Mrs. Bain was born March 29, 1886 in Darlington ., a daughter of Bright and Susan Odele Odom. In july of 1902, she was married to Robert Rankin Bain who died dec. 8, 1955. A resident of High Point for 28 years she her Home for a number of years with granddaughter mrs. Jack Jimmie Mabe of 111 Valley Rook or. She was a member of Whitmire United methodist Church in Whitmire Surviving Are four daughters mrs. Margaret b. Hughey of 212-g Maple place mrs. W. E. Louise Darby of 3428 Imperial dr., mrs. William Hazel Clary of 1216 Guilford ave. And mrs. J. Cora Edwards of san Antonio Tex. Four sons r. A. Bain of Greenwood Lesley Bain of Greer ., Lloyd Bain of Whitmire s. And Edward Bain of Long Beach Calif. 21 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. The body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home until Early sunday morning when it will be taken to the Abrams funeral Home in Whitmire Funeral will be held at 3 . Sunday in the Whitmire United methodist Church. Burial will follow in the Whitmire cemetery. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9. Mortuary la o det la Sui Chestnut drive at Braad ave. Phone 885 5045 sunday Johnnie Junior Hardee j . Grecs Fellowship Baptist Church i h to i �?~j7 2 Sechrest service i i i i nit. I. 88 us Iii 88ii j i 4l pm ii saturday irs. Pauline Spangler Maclin to . First presbyterian Church a or. Ernest Masten Brown it . Sechrest Chapel a mrs. Dorothy Marie Collins Warren 2 . Sechrest Chapel Ernest Lafayette Ingle 55, of the Horne town Community died Friday at 6 30 . In the veterans Hospital in Durham where he had been a patient since May i. He had been in declining health for two years and critically ill for two weeks. Ingle was born january 5, 1917, in Clinton ., to John Sidney and Sidney Elizabeth Wilson Ingle. He was a retired aviation machinist mate with the . Navy. He entered service in 1940, and retired from Active duty in 1965. He completed 30 years of service with his retirement from the reserves in 1970. He has lived in the Horne town Community since 1965. Ingle was of the protestant Faith. He was married feb. 9,1946, to miss Ruby Hedgecock who survives of the Home. Also surviving Are his Mother one sister mrs James f. Mary Ellisor and one brother Charles a. Ingle All of Jacksonville Fla. The funeral will be monday at 10 30 . In Harold c. Davis funeral Home. Burial will be in Abbotts Creek cemetery. The body is at Calvin c. Orrell Liberty Road Chapel and will be taken to Davis funeral Home sunday afternoon. The family will be at Davis funeral Home sunday from 7 to 9 . Cyclist collides with train Thomasville a 23-year-old Thomasville Man is in the intensive care unit at Community general Hospital after his motorcycle collided with a non Ovig Boxcar Early thursday morning. According to police reports the Accident which occurred at the railway crossing on Liberty drive near Trinity Street happened when Richard Jackson Hall of it. 2 Thomasville failed to see either the flagman a signal Light or the Idle train. No charges Haye been filed in the Accident. Investigation is continuing. Ensemble sings for Kiwan ians a choral ensemble from Thomasville senior High schol entertained the Kiwas club of High Point Friday. Directed and accompanied by miss Jean Montgomery the group performed excerpts from a fiddler on the roof a with a narration by David Joyce. Stephen York baritone Sang a Mother Machree As a Solo appropriate to the mothers Day season. He also performed the Rachmaninoff c Sharp minor prelude As a piano Solo. I he program was introduced by James m. Woollen who had arranged for its presentation. Introduced As a new kiwanis member by Charles m. Mendenhall or. Was Cecil m. Hayes the new executive director of Community services in High Point. 3 students win awards in chemistry three High Point students have been presented achievement awards in chemistry from the Central North Carolina Section of the american chemical society. Honoured were Emmett Clyde Hewitt of 1103 Dale Wood Road a student at Andrews school Rick Ingram of 1205 e. Fairfield Road a student at Allen Jay High school and Ronald Lee Holdway of 306 Amhurst ave., a student at High Point Central High school. Each High school in the area was asked to select its out standing chemistry student to 1 receive a one year subscription to the acs Magazine a chemistry a published monthly with articles of interest to science students. Threat of flood continues by Lee Jones associated press writer new braunfels Tex. Apr a flood Crest of the Guadalupe River rushed toward the Gulf of Mexico today carrying a possible threat to other areas As residents of this Community searched for their dead. Eleven persons died Here arid in the Seguin area and about two dozen persons were missing after a cloudburst late thursday night sent the Guadalupe and its tributaries roaring into residential subdivisions. A we probably will be finding bodies for a couple of Days a said a Comal county a new braunfels a Deputy sheriff. About 3,000 persons were evacuated from their Homes at new braunfels and another i,-500 at Seguin. Damage was estimated at More than $10 million by new braunfels City manager Jim Hester. Among those killed was Clarence Knetsch 51, secret service agent in charge at san Antonio and a new braunfels resident. Knetsch former chief of Security at Lyndon b. Johnson a ranch was helping other residents of the River area move to higher ground when he was swept away. As the Guadalupe receded Here Friday it spread out at Seguin stretching a Quarter mile at the Texas 123 Bridge for a while and forcing evacuation of residents along the River. Rich and poor alike suffered from the flood. Expensive residential areas were located on the River Shore and tributaries. By late Friday All but about 1,200 of the 4.500 refugees had returned to their Homes Hester said. Three construction companies were cleaning up debris and restoring some houses to foundations. Some looting was reported and policemen with a Loudspeaker drove through the Landa Park estates neighbourhood announcing the area would be under armed guard Friday night. A dozen masonry houses were demolished nothing was left but Bare Concrete foundations a few bricks and scattered belongings. Rudy Seidel his wife son and several friends who lived in the area were picking through the wreckage in a Light rain. A a that a our car there a he said pointing to an automobile propped up by a tree and standing almost perpendicular to the ground. A a it not final exams has worried about. He afraid hit Beard wont grow out in time for the a Amor prom a kindergarten is planned at pc the Early childhood education dept at High Point College has announced plans for a pre primary education project including kindergarten for four and five year old children and an afternoon program for toddlers Between the Ages of two and three. The program is scheduled to open sept. 7 in the Chapel which is now under construction on the Campus. Applications for kindergarten Are being accepted for children who will be four but not yet six by oct. 15. The program is philosophically based on the British infant school in which children Are guided toward interest areas of their own selections. Emphases will be placed on physical motor development cognitive development and social emotional growth. Students May arrive at 8 45 a in. And leave at 12 noon. No lunch will be served. Also applications Are being accepted for toddlers Between the age of two and three. One group will meet each monday and wednesday afternoon and the other group will meet tuesday and thursday afternoons. The children will be involved in guided activities designed to develop perceptual sensory motor and cognitive areas of growth. One of each child a parents will be asked to remain during the afternoon for a group discussion led by a faculty member or a student in education Fine arts psychology sociology or Christian education. A portion of each Parent session will be designated for observation of children during the activity period. Applications Are available through the education dept. At High Point College by contacting or. Allen Thacker or mrs. Carolyn Spillman. City school menu week of May 75 Cox from Page 2-a latest in a Long series of problems which the Etc Here has faced since it began in 1965. The Agency has had audit problems internal Power struggles and it recently faced the problem of an electronics training program which produced no jobs for graduates. Sowers from Page 2-a have much of a Chance to overcome the Taylor received 37 per cent of the vote in the six Man race for the gubernatorial nomination while Bowles got 45 per cent. Jordan trailed Galifianakis by 38,000 votes in a four Vay race for the Senate nomination. Asked about reports that gov. Bob Scott might appoint him to a vacancy on the state utilities commission Sowers said his present plans Are to return to private employment. He said he and a group of something should be done to relieve candidates of the Burden of Campaign financing. He said he and a group of friends borrowed $150,000 last fall to finance his Campaign. Allen Jay the Allen Jay Pat will hold its final meeting of the year monday at 7 30 p. In. In the school auditorium. The program will be presented by the primary school music department under the direction of mrs. Frances Mabe. Newly elected officers will be installed. Elementary monday hamburgers sliced tomatoes mashed potatoes cake milk tuesday Macaroni and cheese one half hard boiled egg buttered Corn hot Rolls applesauce milk wednesday p Zyzas Carrot Sticks Green Beans banana pudding milk thursday stuffed hot dog mashed potatoes Green peas hot Rolls chocolate pudding milk Friday tuna salad Parsley potatoes sliced tomatoes Cornbread Gelatin cubes milk Prince Charles considers study at Harvard London a Prince Charles might head for Harvard a business school after he finishes the three years of Navy duty that he began last fall the daily mail says. The newspaper said the future Kings parents recently discussed his future with him and his Uncle Earl Mountbatten an influential figure behind the Princess education. One of London a prestigious merchant Banks might be an alternative to Harvard the mail said. High schools monday hot dogs Cole Slaw Beans Gingerbread with applesauce milk tuesday meat loaf potato salad buttered Corn hot Rolls Gelatin cubes milk wednesday Spaghetti tossed salad garlic bread Apricot Cobbler milk thursday Chicken turnovers mashed potatoes Green Beans hot Rolls brownies milk Friday Fishwick Cole Slaw cheese topped potatoes cake milk Trinity girl is honoured Jeanne Stewart daughter of the Rev. And mrs. Elliot b. Stewart of Trinity was recently inducted into the senior order at Furman University in Greenville Fifteen rising seniors Are selected for the Honor annually. Students Are chosen according to their participation in Campus and Community service activities leadership character and academic achievement. Miss Stewart is an elementary education major. High Point Enterprise so Lur Day May 13, 1972 3a two men Are shot Park Street Man faces two charges of assault a Park Street Man was arrested Early this morning on two counts of assault with firearms with intent to kill. James Franklin Grainger 37, is accused of shooting John Weisner of Weisner a Sandwich shoo and Robert w. Gayden with a 22 Caliper pistol. The incident took place in the West end neighbourhood police said. Weisner was admitted to High Point memorial Hospital and was reported in satisfactory condition today. Garden was treated and released. Bond was set at $2,000 for Grainger. Police this morning also arrested Steven Douglas Phillips 21, of Kathlane Avenue in Thomasville on a charge of Possession of marijuana with intent to distribute. The warrant against Phillips alleges that he had More than five Grams of marijuana in his Possession. Phillips posted Bond of $500. In other police activity three Wise Street residents were arrested on charges of breaking and entering Ond larceny. Charged with breaking into the Home of Jean Rathbone on Grace Street were Betty Diane Hendley 17, Vera Dean Goins 24, and Herman Southard 19. Southard is charged with taking a sewing Basket valued at $4 while the other two suspects Are charged with taking various household items valued at a total of $48. Three men a fire arrested this morning on charges of Strong armed robbery. Arrested were Larry Leroy Hines 18, of Camden Avenue Ernest Lee Straitor 19, of Clara Cox apts and Gregory Lewis Parker 18, of Hobson Street. Charged with driving under the influence of intoxicants were Charles Albertson Lemons 37, of n. Main Street also charged with having no operators License Charles Ray Benson 24, of Franklin Street James Cecil Ledford 26. Of Nance Avenue and Donald Howard Parris 37, of Richardson Street. Mark Jones Pierce 21, of Forrest Dale drive in Jamestown was charged by Guilford county deputies Friday with indecent exposure. According to officers four Young girls walking to school saw Pierce in the area of his Home and notified the sheriffs department. Other arrests Early today and Friday right included Mitchell Porter 32, of new Street charged with Public drunkenness and carrying a concealed weapon Clarence Junior Bethea 18, of Dillon ., reckless driving and carrying a concealed weapon Terry Green 18, of Carter Street larceny Albert Earl Lamph 63, of English Road four counts of issuing a worthless Check and Karen Shields of Locust place larceny. Police also investigated two reports of thefts Friday. Billy Mcfadden of Dartmouth Street said that his Wallet containing $100 was taken from a House on Redding Street and Calvin Delbert Batesjr. Of route 4 told officers that an pm converter valued at about $20 was taken from his car while parked in the lot at or. Apparel on Russell Street. Area local students s graduate at Nusu Evanston 111. A total of 503 paediatricians was elected to Fellowship in the american Academy of p3diatrics at its recent Spring session in san Diego Calif., Robert g. Frazier m. D., Aap executive director reported today. This figure includes 7 corresponding Fellows 4 corresponding surgical Fellows to affiliate Fellows 24 associate Fellows i associate surgical fellow 9 surgical Fellows 2 urological Fellows and i associate affiliate fellow. It also includes 116 candidate members. Among those elected were Vernon w. Mcfalls m d., of 624 Quaker Lane High Point n. C., and Hestley Stepp m.d., of Southgate shopping Center Thomasville n. The Academy is the pan american association of physicians certified in the care of infants children and adolescents. The Academy now has approximately 13,500 members. To qualify As a fellow of the Academy a paediatrician must be a citizen of one of the countries of the americas and must have been certified by the american Board of paediatrics As a fully qualified specialist in the Field of child health. Certification requires a minimum of 5 years pos medical school experience. Raleigh a fourteen High Point students were awarded degrees in commencement exercises at North Carolina state University today. Receiving bachelors degrees were Carl h. Bridgers son of or. And mrs. J. Bridgers of 1418 Lyndhurst dr., architecture David a. Burney son of or. And mrs. W. A. Burney of 1954-a Chestnut dr., zoology Frank r. Clay son of or. And mrs. M. F. Clay of 2408 Dallas ave., textile technology Monte s. Cranford son of or. And mrs. V. Cranford of 526 James Road textile technology Edwin e. Dunlap son of or. And mrs. E. Dunlap of 1206 Terrell dr., textile technology James a. Gordon son of mrs. Doris g. Gordon jr., of 600 n. Rotary dr., Industrial engineering Craig h. Groce son of or. And mrs. B. A Groce of 1211 Carolina ave., civil engineering Michael a. Habig. Son or or. And mrs. F. M. Habig of 914 rotary dr., furniture manufacturing and management David g. Kivett jr., son of or. And mrs. G. Kivett sr., of 602 fifth St., Industrial engineering Thomas r. Mcrae son of mrs. Ruth Mcrae of route 4, engineering operations Frederick l. Plunkett son of or. And mrs. L. W. Plunkett of 3204 Forestview dr., speech communication Richard b. Schultz son of or. And mrs. A. Schultz of 806 Blain St., politics Timothy e. Sullivan son of or. And mrs. J. R. Sullivan of ii Blain St., psychology and Bruce r. Taylor son of or. And mrs. R. G. Taylor of 710 Brookside dr., Industrial engineering. Other area students receiving degrees included Norman e. Blaylock son of or. And mrs. N. W. Blaycock of 303 Cedarwood dr., Jamestown economics and James w. Morgan son of or and mrs. W. H. Morgan of it. 4, Kernersville textile technology. Two area students were awarded associate degrees Friday from the agricultural Institute at . State a two year curriculum which prepares students to manage farm enterprises and to hold other position in businesses related to agricultural. Graduating were Ronald o. Perdue son of or. And mrs. Herbert t. Perdue of 114 Nelson St. In Kernersville turf grass management and Terance r. Pell son of or. And mrs. J. W. Pell of it. I Asheboro Field crops technology and general agriculture. Rte to offer mechanics class Raleigh the state Board of education approved curriculum for seven technical institutes and Community colleges at its monthly meeting thursday. The schools and their approved curriculum Are Catawba Valley technical Institute. Agricultural science and mechanization and operating room assistant Lenoir immunity College nurse assistant and practical carpentry Mcdowell technical Institute Hospital Plant engineering and maintenance technology Piedmont technical Institute medical Secretary Randolph technical Institute Industrial mechanics Robeson technical Institute air conditioning and refrigeration Industrial sewing and machinist and san Hills Community College medical Laboratory t e c enology. Event slated at Oak Ridge Oak Ridge Academy anticipates the largest attendance in its 120-year existence As it celebrates its annual mothers and alumni Day sunday. The schedule of events starts with registration at 9 . And will be concluded at 4 15 . In addition to the dedications the schedule for the Day includes a Church service in the new Amphitheater a meeting of the parents and alumni association family picnics on the Campus a reception for mothers and students and a final dress Parade of the year with Cadet awards on the football Field. Kazel Williams Mcm Ator matk is it Suno to Mav Iai. Kaci you of Tofu now of Best selection Day deliveries �0>�t Mains to a Hong All hoi co c ates Honold la its always a Mother so Day a a lock to unmet us 1 offering drapery service fit for a Queen. Complete fabric conditioning. Pleat perfect for professional looks. Removed Ond re installed. No Molter what the Label says. Everything cleans better. 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