High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 23 1974, Page 41

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 23, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2d High Point Enterprise thursday May 23, 1974 deaths amp Funera f. M. Lockamy Wilson funeral Dies at 58 set Friday Floyd Mason Lockamy 58. Of 811 w. Green St. Was dead on arrival at High Point memorial Hospital wednesday at la a m. He had been in his usual health. Or. Lockamy was born july 23, 1915, in Harnett county a son of Hardy m. And Carlessa Blackmon Lockamy. He had been a resident of the High Point area All his life and was an employee of High Point furniture industries inc. For the past to years. On nov. 17, 1973, he was married to the former miss Ruth Webster who survives of the Home. Surviving in addition to his wife Are one son. Delmar Lockamy of Charlotte one daughter. Miss Janet Lockamy of Baker Road one sister mrs. Ray Verlone Mcquaigue of 527 Roy ave. Funeral will be held Friday at la a in. At Cumby Chapel by or j. A. Grout. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. The body will remain at Cumby mortuary until placed in the Chapel 30 minutes prior to the service. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 until 9 and at the Home of mrs. Ray Mcquaigue 527 Roy ave. H. B. Yow Asheboro Hugh Burley Yow. 85, of route 4, died wednesday in Montgomery Hospital Troy. He was a retired Farmer. Survivors Are three daughters. Mrs. Arlene Bullins of it. 4. Asheboro mrs. Betty Hodges of Asheboro and mrs. Kate Davis of it. 5 Asheboro four sons. Lawrence Yow of Seagrove. Floyd Yow of it 2. Thomasville Jerome Yow of it. 4. Asheboro and Dale Yow of it. 8 Asheboro and a sister. Mrs. Beatrice Varner of High Point. Funeral will be held at 4 . Friday at Why not Wesleyan Church. Burial will be in Union Grove Baptist Church cemetery. The body is at Pugh funeral Home and the family will be there tonight 7 to 9. W. R. Hardin Thomasville a funeral for William Ralph Hardin 67, of Clay Street will be held at la a in. Friday at Cedar Lodge Baptist Church by the Rev. B. V. Broadway. Graveside services will be held at 4 . At Tryon cemetery in Tryon. The body will remain at j. C. Green amp sons funeral Home until placed in the Church the family will be at the Home of Charles w. Hunt 324 Fleer read at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9. Or. Hardin died wednesday in n c. Baptist Hospital g. T. White Stokesdale Glenn Thomas White. 58, died wednesday at his Home apparently of a heart attack. He had been in failing health three years. He was a native of Rockingham county and a retired Carpenter he was a member of Stokesdale Christian Church. Survivors Are his wife mrs. Louise Tuttle White two daughters mrs. Sue Green and mrs. Glenola Bryant both of Greensboro three Sisters mrs. Pearl Moore and mrs. Coylene Pearman both of Greensboro and mrs Doris Calhoun of Kernersville and four Brothers Clifton o. White of Stokesdale j. Carl Paul t. And Howard h. White All of Summerfield. Funeral will be held at 4 . Friday at Stokesdale Christian Church by the Rev. H. We Westbrook and the Rev Kenneth Smith. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body is at Brooke funeral Home and the family will be there tonight 7 to 9. Since >897 Sechrest service 1301 e Lexington ave. 882-2555 885-2145 natio Nal i i sol Creo i Jujj in ians Thi Juday Robert William Saras irm Sechrest Chapel Friday John Joseph Lisacchi pm a chant Chapel mrs. Annie Arrington Wilson 67, of 321 player or. Died wednesday at 7 . In High Point memorial Hospital. She had been in her usual health until tuesday evening mrs. Wilson was born May 20. 1907. In Haywood county a daughter of Charlie and Martha Moore Arrington. She was a resident of the High Point area since 1926 and was a member of Carolina memorial Baptist Church in Thomasville. She was married to Grady w. Wilson who survives of the Home. Or. And mrs. Wilson celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary this year having been married on april 21. 1924. Surviving in addition to her husband Are two daughters mrs. John Lou Schulte of Monroe. La. And mrs. Norman Elizabeth Shue of Garner and three grandchildren. Funeral will be held Friday at 4 . At Carolina memorial Baptist Church by the Rev. Carl Hemphill. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park. The body will remain at Cumby mortuary until placed in the Church 30 minutes prior to the service. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 until 9. C. J. Garrison Lexington Claude j. Garrison 69, of Goodluck drive died at 1 15 . Tuesday at Charlotte memorial Hospital Charlotte. He was born in Jackson county. A son of James Edward and Mary Covington garrision and was a retired employee of Erlanger Mill. Surviving Are his wife. Inez Swicegood Garrison of the Home a daughter mrs. Dewey Everhart of Lexington four sons Ernest Garrison of route 5, Dallas and Archie Garrison both of Lexington and Carlton Garrison of it. 2, Clemmons a sister mrs. Avril Zimmerman of route 8. And six Brothers Grover Garrison of los Angeles. Calif. Harvey Garrison of Welcome Curtis Garrison of route i Linwood. Hubert Garrison of Lexington Hoyt Garrison of route 7, and Edward Garrison of Asheboro. Funeral was to be Beld at 4 . Today at first Wesleyan Church by or. Fred Hill the Rev. H. R. Helm and the Rev. Clifton Wood. Burial was to be in Forest Hill memorial Park. J. J. Lisacchi funeral for John Joseph Lisacchi will be held at 2 p in. Friday in Sechrest Chapel by the Rev. Beldon d. Smith. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. The body will remain at the Sechrest funeral Home and the family will be there tonight 7 until 9. Or. Lisacchi 53, of 308 Edgewood St. Was dead on arrival at High Point memorial Hospital at 3 25 a m. Wednesday. Pallbearers will be Clinton Mccann. William Wall c. J. Hiatt j. D. Nelson Joe Carroll and Henry Thompson. Mrs. G. K. Richardson Asheboro mrs. Erlene Poole Richardson. 47, of Seagrove died wednesday in Randolph Hospital Asheboro after a sudden illness. She was a native of Randolph county and worked for mid state plastics in Seagrove. Survivors Are her husband Gary Keith Richardson four sons Richard Ledwell and Gary Ledwell both of Seagrove and Steve and a Robert Richardson both of the Home three daughters i miss sue Ledwell miss Cella i Richardson and miss Lisa Richardson All of the Home four Sisters mrs. Fonde Ruffin and mrs Leonard Brewer both of Greensboro mrs. Sig Macon of Fayette mo., and mrs. James Hudson i of Ramseur two half Sisters mrs Hoyle Branson i of Asheboro and mrs. Hubert i Kivett of Ramseur and a half brother Larry York of Asheboro. Funeral will be held at 2 Friday at Pugh funeral i Home Chapel burial will be in Suggs Creek Baptist Church cemetery the family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9 Middle school is approved for Randleman by Don Wrenn Enterprise staff writer Asheboro a new Middle school for Randleman has been approved by the state Board of education Randolph county drug from Page id customer ransacked the store office desk. Terri Logan of Fraley Road said she found $59 missing. A residential breaking and entering was reported to police by d. W. Dixon of Patrick Avenue. The break in was reported to have occurred last Friday by Access of breaking through a bedroom window. Dixon did not notice anything awry until wednesday when he told investigators that two credit cards were missing. Another residential breaking was reported by Annie Mae Clark of Grindley Street. She told police that on monday someone entered through a window and ransacked her bedroom. Nothing was reported missing. An attempted break in at Zaire a a department store was reported to police. They found where a Hatch in the roof had been open wednesday night. A flashlight and some wrenches were also found. Delores Ingram Horne of Park Street told police that she left her Wallet at a neighbouring House and when she returned $2 were missing from it. Mary Judith Fones of Westover drive reported that her pocketbook was removed from the front seat of her truck while it was parked at a construction site at s. Elm and Commerce streets. She told police that about $50 in Cash and contents were taken. Police arrested Stephen l. Robertson 23, of route 5, wednesday for Drunken driving. Robertson was also charged with not having an operators License having improper registration on his car and simple Possession of marijuana. Three counts of issuing worthless checks and one charge of Drunken driving were placed against James Franklin Jones 35, of Putnam Avenue by police wednesday. Police arrested a 12-year-old girl tuesday for taking a $ 50 bottle of hand lotion from White Star discount store. No formal action was recommended by police. A formal hearing was recommended however in the arrest of two 13-year-old girls at Zaire department store wednesday. Police were summoned and the pair was arrested on charges of taking $40 Worth of clothing. Bicycles were reported stolen wednesday by c. H. Simmons of Creekside or Jay Shavitz of Forrest Dale drive David Corbit Kellam of Creekside drive and Dixie Wilson Klemme of Whitehall Street. Superintendent John Lawrence said today. The Middle school which will House grades 5-8, is part of an Over All re organi National plan for the county school Board to the state for approval following its May meeting. The organizational plan will also have Randleman and new Market schools getting kindergarten classes next fall for the first time. Randleman elementary will have three classes while new Market will have two. Lawrence said the Over All plan which can not actually go into effect until the new Randleman High school is completed will have new Market school offering grades kindergarten to 5 Randleman elementary kindergarten to 4 Randleman Middle school 5-8. And Randleman High school 9-12. The superintendent said the new High school is expected to be ready by january 1975. Zwir a in a a #0 chair City traffic improvements football fans travelling to memorial Park stadium in Thomasville next season will have to worry far less about traffic congestion As a result of improvements being undertaken by the local Public works department. Stadium drive the Road leading to the stadium is being widened and As shown Here the intersection of Lodge drive and Culbreth Avenue is undergoing a slight modification. The 4 a a intersection formerly existing Here is being remodeler to a safer right Angle configuration. More parking and sidewalks to the stadium Are also in the works. Sitf wrote by Sonny Madga Cech bestowed by governor guardsman is Given award for rescuing boy by Bill Noblitt Raleigh a it was about this time last year when j. L. Mcgee decided to take a night off from his National guard Camp duties at it. Bragg for an overnight visit with his family in Middlesex. He had t been Home Long when he heard the fire Siren go off downtown. Mcgee is a Volunteer fireman now assistant chief of the unit in the Nash county farming commuter town Between Raleigh and Wilson. When he braked to a Stop at the firehouse Mcgee saw a bid crowd gathered around a the most people i d Ever seen downtown a he recalls. In the Middle was the still form of an 18-month-old boy sprawled across the seat of a car. A Volunteer fireman was pressing the lad s Back and a crying Mother reported that her son had drowned in the Bathtub. Last week. Mcgee with that toddler on his Arm visited the governor s office to receive a medal and citation for his action. The award was presented by the . Dept of health education and welfare is called the humanitarian award and is presented to people who save a life through knowledge gained during a medical self help training course. Only 36 awards have been presented since establishment in 1967. Mcgee and the boy whose life he had saved Are close a you can Tell that by looking at them. But such a relationship is Only natural in a town of some 700 people in which the Lifesaver and the boys family live Only three blocks apart. But this relationship is More than that and Mcgee figures the orientals have something in their belief that a Man who saves another s life become responsible for that person. A sure i go by to see him some. And with a satisfied feeling. I know his Mamma and daddy Are close to him and raising him Fine but i Imda go by to Check on him you know i just have a feeling that i saved his life and i want to look after him a Little bit a the 37-year-old photographer for the state dept of military and veterans affairs said. Mcgee said he had always wondered if what you learn in a training course is Worth anything. A it is. Thank goodness it All came Back i just went to work spontaneously a he said. Mcgee Bent Over the child to give Mouth to Mouth resuscitation seeing the dilated pupils when he did so. A physician later said another 30 seconds would have been too late. Hooking his left fingers in the child a Mouth to hold the Tongue out of the Way and placing his left Elbow on the Chest to feel for air pressure Mcgee set to work. All that kept going through his mind he now recalls was to take care not to pump too much air. A child a lungs Are Small and can be damaged. Then out of the Corner of an Eye Mcgee saw two fingers wiggle. A that was one of the happiest moments of my life i knew we had a Chance and the Job was half he kept working and the lad revived. Today. Charles Rassie Lewis jr., is a Happy Active fellow who hammed it up in the governor s office while to cameras whirred and flashbulbs popped. He sported a fresh Cut place on his forehead results of a tricycle wreck the other Day. Rassier a neighbors Hope things will Settle Down for the boy. In his first 18 months of i life Rassie Lewis or. Has a been backed completely j Over by a car with the tires crossing his mid Section but he was lying on soft ground which absorbed the weight a been thrown into the Windshield of a car in a collision a been struck in the head by a Hammer a and survived by 30 seconds drowning in a Bathtub. Mortuary phone 885-5045 102 Chestnut or. Thir Day James Alfred Burnette pm. Cumby Chapel Friday Floyd Mason Lockamy am. Cumby Chapel Annie Arrington Wilson 1pm. Carolina memorial Baptist Church Thomasville going to Tell tarnishing with a clan fied if Don t forget to put the Price in the and vocational student Resolution adopting preliminary assessment Rou for local improvements whereas on the 19th Doy of april 1973, tha City Council of the City of High Point adopted o final Resolution ordering the following improvements on Manor drive from Orville drive North to Orville drive South water and sewer improvements and whereas the improvements Hove now been completed and the City Council has ascertained the total Cost thereof and the amount that should be assessed against each lot abutting on the improvements on account of the improvements and has caused to be prepared o general plan of the improvements on which is shown the frontage and location of each lot on the Street improved together with the owners thereof As far of the same con be ascertained the plan map being marked Manor drive now. Therefore be it resolved by the City Council of the City of High Point 1 Thot the total Cost of the improvements is hereby determined to be the amount shown therefor on said general plan 2 that pursuant to the provisions of g s 160 241, the City Council has caused a preliminary asses it ment for said improvements to be made against the lots or tracts of land shown on the general Pion 3 that said general plan of described above be and the some is hereby adopted of the preliminary assessment Roll for the improvements 4 that the preliminary assessment Roll be Ond the same is hereby ordered filed in the office of the City clerk for inspection by parties interested 5 that the 3rd Day of june 1974 at 8 30 a in in the Council chamber in the City county building be Ond the Sam it hereby fixed As the time Ond place when and where the City Council will hear objections to the special assessments shown on the assessment Roll. 6. That this Resolution be published one time in a newspaper published in the City of High Point not lot than 24th, 1974 of notice of the matters herein set out. 7. That the assessments shown on said preliminary assessment Roll Ore of follow is Street Manor drive. Date april 1974. Job no. Ws-7315-a. Cal. Cost for front foot a water taps Only total Lengtat of Lino a from have to Settle for less. Some of the More routine accounting tasks for instance can be performed with Only the training acquired in High school. Some students mrs. Tom says May not wish to Advance beyond the More menial tasks. A a lot of students done to want responsibility a she contends. A others crave it. If a student does not want responsibility he certainly in t Page id going to get in her counselling sessions mrs. Bray follows much the same procedure As mrs. Tobin. The guidance Counselor says she discusses the students goals to learn a the things they can probably do ability Wise. But we never say you can to Hack it.4 because if we do that somebody will always prove us name a Mart re lot no. Prgntq9� am i. Or Tao Tara tee 7 a 111 top i a a pm i Lump and or adm Naatus agora fir a to Thos. W Hollingsworth 13-15 a a a 7500 75 00 a 7500 Thos. W Hollingsworth 16-19 a _ a 75 of 75 00 a 75 00 salvation army 22 24 a a 75 00 75 00 75 00 Street Maner drive. Date Cal. Cost per front foot a Thos w. Hollingsworth april 1974. Job be. Ws-7315-a sewer taps Only 1315 a a 90 00 total length of lint a 90 of a 90 of Thos w Hollingsworth 16-19 a 90 00 90 00 90.00 salvation army 22 24 a a 90 00 90 00 90 00 by or Dat of Coly the. Itta i by Day of april �/4 Cavatina m Marting tan cd a Clark Resolution adopting preliminary assessment Roll for local improvements whereas on the 19th Day of april 1973, the City Council of the City of High Point adopted a final revolution ordering the following improvement in Abbie Avenue from Baker Road to Welt end of Street water and sewer improvements and whereas the improvement Hove now been completed and the City Council a 0 cer tamed the total co t thereof Ond the amount that hould be assessed of omit each lot abutting on the improvement on account of the in pavement and a Cau de to be prepared a general plan of the improvement on which ii shown the frontage and location of each lot on the Street unproved together with the owner thereof a tar a the some can be ascertained the Pion map being marked Abbie Avenue now therefore be it resolved by the City Council of the City of High Point 1 that the total Cost if the improvements is hereby determined to be the amount shown therelo on said general Pion 2 that pursuant to the provisions of g s 160 241, the City Council to caused a preliminary assessment for said improvements to be Mode against the lot a tracts of land shown on the general plan 3. That void general Pion map of described above be and the is hereby adopted As the preliminary assessment Roll for the improvements. 4 that the preliminary assessment Roll be and the some is hereby ordered filed in the office of the City clerk for inspection by parties interested 5. That the 3rd Doy of june 1974 of 8 30 a in in the Council chamber in the City county building be and the same is hereby fixed of the time and place when Ond where the City Council will hear objections to the special assessments shown on the assessment Roll. 6 that this Resolution be published one time in a newspaper published in the City of High Point not later than 24th, 1974 of notice of the matters herein set out. 7. That the assessments shown on said preliminary assessment Roll Are As follows Street Abbie ave Date april 1974. Job no ws-7312. Cal Cost per front foot a water taps Only total length of Lino. A name Auci kid Auric lot be front a fit fool total top it total i it lop fee and 4 and i credits net aum t against property i f Wood inc 8 75 00 75 00 75 00 Street Abbie ave Date april 1974 Job be ws-7312 Cal. Cokl per front foot a sewer taps Only total length of line a i e Wood inc 8 90 00 90 00 90 00 Resolution adopting preliminary assessment Roll for local improvements whereas on the 7th Doy of september 1972, the City Council of the City of High Point adopted a final Resolution ordering the following improvements on Ardale drive from . 29-70 ramp to approximately 800 foot East water Ano sewer improvements and whereas the improvements Hove now been completed Ond the City Council has ascertained the total Cost thereof Ond the amount that should be assessed against each lot abutting on the improvements on account of the improvements and has caused to be prepared a general plan map of the improvements on which is shown the frontage and location of each lot on the Street improved together with the owners thereof of far As the some can be ascertained the plan map being marked Ardale drive now therefore be it resolved by the City Council of the City of High Point 1. That the total Cost of the improvements is hereby determined to be the amount shown therefor on said general plan . 2. That pursuant to the provisions of Section 14, chapter 224, private Laws 1927, As amended the City Council has caused a preliminary assessment for said improvements to be made against the lots or tracts of land shown on the general plan map 3. That said general plan map of described above be and the same is hereby adopted As the preliminary assessment Roll for the improvements 4. Thot the preliminary assessment Roll be Ond the some it hereby ordered filed in the office of the City clerk Lor inspection by parties interested. A 5 that the 3rd Day of june 1974 of 8 30 a in in the Council chamber in the City county building be and the some is hereby fixed As the Tim and place when and where the City Council will hear objections to the special assessments shown on the assessment Roll. 6 that this Resolution be published one time in a newspaper published in the City of High Point not later than May 24th, 1974 As notice of the matters herein set out. 7. Thot the assessments shown on said preliminary assessment toll Are As follows Street Ardale or. Date april 1974. Job no ws-7213 Cal. Cost per front foot 6.68 water total length of line too name to no Aita Tod Trot log an t or tool Toto tap a total t top la and a am i Radii net a a to i a att not property Levitt commercial corp a 440 61 300 1.321 83 400 00 1,721 83 1,721 83 w j Beaman b 286 88 300 860 64 400 00 1,260 64 1.260 64 j. W. Crinoid estate 49 55 168 300 504 00 504 00 504 of Street Ardale drive Date april 1974. Job no ws-7213. Cal. Cost per front foot la 40 sewer total length of line 907.17 Levitt commercial corp a 440.61 3 of 1,321.83 115 00 1,436 83 1,43683 w j Beamon b 286 88 300 860 64 11500 975 64 975 64 j w crinoid estate 49-55 168 300 504 00 a 50400 504.00 by older of City Cauncil this thl la do Yot pal 1974 Cash Ami w main tan City Clark by Ottar of City Cannet that tha t Bitt Day of april 1974 Cavatina w Hamn tan City Clark

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