High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 17 1972, Page 30

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 17, 1972, High Point, North Carolina High Boint inter Prisic wednesday May 17, 1972 deaths amp funerals Mere of Tim i is on pc w. A. Leonard Lexington a Willis Reid Leonard 62, of route i died tuesday in Forsyth Hospital a Hwan Stem. He was a member of Pilgrim reformed United Church of Christ. Leonard retired had worked 0 years for Thomasville furniture i industries. He was a member of the Lexington men of song. Survivors Are his wife. Mrs. Virginia Fritts Leonard a daughter miss Jane Davis Leonard of Winston Salem his Mother. Mrs. Mary Clodfelter Leonard of Lexington two Sisters. Mrs. J. A. Sowers of Lexington and mrs. Douglas Koontz of Winston Salem and a brother Lake Leonard of route i. Funeral will be held at 4 30 p. In thursday at Pilgrim reformed United Church of Christ. The body is at Piedmont funeral Home and the family will be there tonight from 7 until 9. The Rev. M. L. Cashatt Hie Rev. Milton l. Cashatt 57, of Coffeyville kan., a former High Point resident died this morning in a Coffeyville Hospital. He was a brother of Harrison Richard. Calvin and Marvin Cashatt All of High Point j. Van Cashatt of Thomasville and mrs. Jasper Tho Gate of Asheboro. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. Mrs. J. Henry mrs. Dadusha Graves Henry of 527 Radford St. Was dead on arrival at High Point memorial Hospital monday afternoon she a born in Guilford county a daughter of the late Willis and Henrietta Graves. She was a graduate of Sedalia High school attended Winston Salem teachers College and taught school for three years she was last employed at woodmark originals inc. She was a member of first Baptist Church and a member of the missionary Circle 2. She was a member of the Eastern Star lady Astor chapter 9. Survivors include her husband. J c. Henry and a sister. Miss Willie Graves. Funeral will be held hours Day at 4 p. In. At first Baptist Church to body is at hoovers funeral Home and the family will be there tonight from i until 9. Mrs. J. B. Everhart Lexington mrs. J. B. Everhart of route 9 died tuesday in Buena Vista nursing Home. She was a member of Welcome Baptist Church and was a retired employee of Burlington industries. Survivors Are her husband a daughter mrs. Vencient Biesecker of the Home a sister mrs. Christine Mcbride of Welcome and two Brothers Irvin Bates of Welcome and Herbert Bates of Lexington. The family will be at Piedmont funeral Home tonight from 7 to 9. Funeral will be held thursday at 2 pm. At Welcome Baptist Church. I 1 i a it mrs. E. A. Wagoner Danbury mrs. Sadie Tuttle Wagoner. 87. Of it. I Germanton widow of e. A. Wagoner died monday in Mountain Valley rest Home. Mrs. Wagoner was a native of Stokes county and was a member of Friendship Baptist Church. Survivors Are two daughters. Mrs. Ralph w. Bowman and mrs. Gray Lineback both of Winston Salem three sons Elbert Wagoner of High Point Odell Wagoner of Germanton and Rubert Wagoner of Asheboro and a brother Ollie Tuttle of Winston Salem. Funeral is to be held at 2 . Today in Nelson funeral Home Chapel Danbury. Burial was to be in Friendship Baptist Church cemetery it. I Germanton. W. A. Trotter Reidsville Wesley Asbury Trotter 87, honorary chairman of the Board of directors of Wachovia Bank past president of the Bank of Reidsville and former Reidsville mayor died monday night in Annie Penn Hospital after several years of illness. Or. Trotter mayor of Reidsville from 1944 to 1950 and a member of the Reidsville City Council for 24 years retired in 1961 As president of the Bank of Reidsville he lived at 417 Piedmont St. He was a member of main Street United methodist Church. He was named honorary chairman of the Wachovia rank directors in january of this year when the Bank of Reidsville was absorbed by Wachovia. Or. Trotter had worked at the Bank of Reidsville since 1901. A Virginia native. Trotter in 1966 was awarded the a Book of Golden deeds a by the Reidsville Exchange club for a a life of Community he was an honorary chairman of the Board of trustees of his Church at the time of his death. Survivors Are his wife Mae West Trotter a son. Wesley a. Trotter or. Of High Point and two Brothers. Robert Trotter of Salisbury and Ben c. Trotter of Eden. Memorial contributions May he made to the new parsonage fund of main Street United methodist Church. Funeral was to he held today at 4 p. In. At main Street United methodist Church. Harris Sechrest service a 6\sfc wide mrs. Thelma Bennett Longton 4 pm. A Chr it Che a thursday mrs. Ade Briggs cel Trene la a v a n St. Unit a the Ditt it Tureh mortuary of the onto of the Gerton Kiwi Chest not drive at Broad Avo. Phone 185-5045 wide cuday mrs. Suse Teachey spoon is a m Cumby Chap William Lawson mount airy William it Bill i Lawson to. Of route 8, died Early tuesday morning in John Umstead Hospital following a lengthy illness. He was born in Surry county a son of Raleigh and Sally Atkins ii son. He was a member of Turkey Ford Baptist Church and was a retired Farmer. Survivors include his wife. Mrs. Myrtle Russell Lawson of the Home two sons Bob i a son of Austin. Tex., and Billy Lawson of Columbia so. Seven grandchildren three Sisters. Mrs Mary Simpson of Cameron. Mrs. Marie Rowland of High Point and mrs. Kale Carpenter of Albemarle my one brother. Dan Lawson of Advance. Funeral will be held at 2 . Thursday at Moody funeral Home Chapel in Dobson by the Rev. Larry Williams. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery in High Point. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9. Harris Survey americans Back Harbor mining by Louis Harris in a special Survey completed on May 9 and to the american people give decisive 5�-to-24 per cent approval of president Nixon a move in mining the harbours of North Vietnam. These results can be taken As rallying of Public opinion behind the president in a time of National crisis with 68 per cent of those with opinions supporting his dramatic decision. At the same time a National Cross Section of 1,385 persons interviewed in their Homes indicated that it would be willing to go a substantial distance toward Compromise at the negotiating table to achieve an end to the Vietnam War a by 51-to-31 per cent the Public favors a a standstill cease fire a under which a both sides would keep their troops where they Are a by a narrow 44-38 per cent it would Back a an agreement to end the War. But to let North Vietnam keep the territory in South Vietnam it now a by a substantial 60-to-14 per cent. It would favor having a president Thieu of South Vietnam resign from office if that were the Only Way to get previous surveys have indicated that upwards of 8n per rent of the Public also wants a return of american prisoners of War As a key term in the settlement of the Vietnam conflict. The Cross Section of 1,385 was asked a do you approve or disapprove of president Nixon a order to mine All the harbours of North Vietnam a total voters or. It. Approve 58 disapprove 24 not sure 17 heaviest support for Nixon a step to mine North Vietnam harbours could be found among men. Residents of the South and West in smaller towns and Rural areas among those 50 years old and Over those with a High school education and persons with incomes of $10,000 to $15,000. Opposition was strongest in the East among those under 30. Among democrats and those with a College education. The Cross Section was also asked a considering the fact that the North vietnamese now occupy much of the Northern part of South Vietnam would you favor or oppose read statements Quot favor Opp not sur pet. Pct. Pct. A cease fire in the fighting in which both sides kept their troops where they Are now. 51 31 18 an agreement to end the War hut to let North Vietnam keep the territory it now occupies. 44 38 18 finally people were asked a suppose the Only Way we could get peace in Vietnam were to have president Thieu of South Vietnam resign from office. Would you favor or oppose such a move a total Public pct. Favor 60 oppose 14 not sure 26 those who most favor allowing the North vietnamese to keep the territories they now occupy Are women. Easterners those under 30. The College educated and those with incomes of $15,000 and Over. Chamber backs two for Board t. T. Lawrence band Here As part of Exchange the w. T. Woodson High school band of Fairfax county a. Will he Here this weekend As part of an Exchange program with the High Point Central band. The directors of the two bands t. T. Lawrence of Fairfax and Dave Carter of High Point arranged the Exchange when they participated in the Wake Forest stage band festival. In the first part of the Exchange the High Point Central Rand last weekend toured Fairfax and Washington d c. While they Are Here the Virginia visitors will tour the furniture displays and old Salem. Both hands will appear in concert at 8 15 . Friday in the Ferndale Junior High school auditorium. Allen Jay the primary school music department presented the program monday at the final meeting of the school year of the Allen Jay Pat. Mrs. Alma Sawyer was installed As president of the Pat for the coming year. Other officers installed were or. Max sink vice president mrs. Nancy Coggins Secretary. And mrs. Shirley Gray treasurer. By Jim Hawkins staff writer High Point chamber of Commerce directors tuesday recommended two local women for membership on the High Point Board of education. Directors meeting for their regular May session approved a Resolution recommending mrs. Lyles h. Kearns of 1315 Ivon Creek or. And mrs. Lee f. Stackhouse of 1000 Westwood ave. For membership on the Board of education. The recommendation will go to the High Point City Council which will soon select a successor to mrs. Evelyn Thompson chairman who is retiring after Many years of service on the Board. In its recommendation to the chamber of Commerce Board the education committee. Headed by Carey Ilder ton noted that both mrs. Kearns and mrs. Stackhouse have agreed to serve if appointed by the City Council. The education committee noted in recommending the two women that both have been Active in Parent teacher Assn. Work at various schools. Mrs. Thompsons term will expire in june and she will not be eligible to serve again under a recent Law. She has served on the local Board of education for More than 20 years. In other action i h e chamber of Commerce took a first time action in approving a Resolution commending the work of a High Point City official. Members passed a Resolution presented by the environmental Quality committee headed by Dan h. Monroe placing the chamber of Commerce on record a was commending the service of or. Carl wills director of Public works and supporting his efforts to improve the trash pick up and removal program to make High Point a cleaner and better place in which to in a related action the beautification committee headed by Leon Schute reported that the recent Spring clean up Effort under the leadership of wills had brought about removal of Over 19.500 cubic Yards of trash from the 319 Miles of City streets in High Point. Schute in his report said wills credited the results to increased cooperation by citizens Good publicity and a a terrific response on the part of the Street cleaning Irvin Black chairman of the monthly membership meeting committee reported the next Quot Coffee glib session will be conducted May 24. Black said plans Call for a visit to an automated warehouse o operated by the or. Apparel firm on Fraley Road. Vice president Edward Hardin reported on events at the recent annual meeting of the chamber of Commerce of the United states in Washington d. C., and president Phillip Dixon read a list of 17 High Point Industrial firms which have won state safety awards. These included the Adams Mills corp. Jiffy manufacturing co. Miller t v. Products p. A. Thomas car works j. R. Graham and son Tomlinson of High Point the High Point Plant of Burlington industries w. R. Grace and company two plants operated by Kay Lynn inc. Arthur a. Oliver and son Davis furniture industries patrician furniture co., Swaim manufacturing co., Dorsett printing and lithographic corp. Thomas furniture co., Duke Power co. And heritage furniture co. Watch your fat go los ugly Cie weight with the sensible new fat go diet plan. Nothing be National just steady weight loss for these that really want to Iota. A full 12 Day apply Only $2.50. The Price of two cups of coff a. Ask Mann drug store about the fat go reducing plan and Start toeing weight this week Money Beck in full if not completely satisfied with weight loss from the very first package. Don t delay Gat fat of today. Only $2.50 at mme Kim Sime a dial 88 5-2177 place your Adie who hesitates att Herchc a dime to help you buy extra convenience. Jumbo Cereal assortment 18 Happy Servings. T be prepared for those hot muggy Days this summer with a new Frigidaire air conditioner from Beeson hardware co. Check our prices before you buy. 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