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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 12, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Deaths amp funerals mrs. Moser 76, c. W. Perry Dies saturday Dies at 80 mrs p j mrs. Gertrude Alberta Rouse Moser 76, of 120 Taylor St., died saturday at 5 a m. In Gregson nursing Home a Fere she had been a patient for two Days. She had been in declining health three weeks. Mrs. Moser was born May i 1898, in Monroe City miss., the daughter of John i. And Lena Swicegood Rouse. She had been a resident of High Point most of her life and was a member of English Street Baptist Church and the . Sunday school class. In 1917, she was married to Otis s. Moser who survives of the Home. Also surviving Are one brother Roy Rouse of 403 Kennedy ave. And several nieces and nephews. Funeral will be held monday at 2 . From English Street Baptist Church by the Rev. Lester Ferguson and the Rev. Carlton s. Prickett. Burial will follow in Floral Garden Park cemetery. 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 sunday from 7 until 9 . Mrs. E. S. Herndon Raleigh mrs. Elizabeth Cowan Herndon 67, of 200 e. Drewry Lane died Friday in Rex Hospital following a lengthy illness. She was bom in Marion and had resided in Raleigh for quite some time. She was a member of White memorial presbyterian Church. She is survived by her husband Ernest St. Clair Herndon of the Home one brother Ivy Cowan of Spindale and one sister mrs. G. P. Floyd of Walnut creeks Calif. Funeral will be held sunday at 2 . In Brown Wynne funeral Home on St. Mary a Street. Burial will follow in Raleigh memorial Park. Charles Wesley Perry 80, of 1207 North rotary or. Died at 9 15 . Friday in High Point memorial Hospital where he had been a patient five Days. He had been in declining health i i years and critical ill two weeks. He was born May 26,1894 in St. Clair county mo., a son of John Wesley Perry or. And Frances Motley. He served As president and treasurer of Perry plywood corp and. From 1938 to 1959, he was District manager of the u. S. Plywood corp., retiring in 1959. On april 16, 1919, he was married to Octavia Jordan. Active in scouting for Over 25 years he was the recipient of the Silver Beaver award. He was a former member of the family service Bureau and director of the High Point Community Chest. He had been a member of the first presbyterian Church since 1923, and was Moderator of the Orange presbytery. He and mrs. Perry wrote the history of the first presbyterian Church for the too year Celebration. Surviving Are his wife of the Home two Sisters mrs. Andy b. Wallace of Outlook Wash and mrs. Gerald Tyrrell Santa Barbara Calif. Funeral will be held at 2 . Sunday in first presbyterian Church by or. W. Kirk Allenjr. And the Rev. K. M. Misenheimer. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. The body remains at Sechrest funeral Home until placed in the Church 30 minutes before the funeral. The family will be at the Home. Honorary pallbearers will be members of the life class of elders of the first presbyterian Church and past presidents of the kiwanis club. High Point Enterprise saturday october 12, 1974 3a begins tuesday food stamp drive slated mrs. Holshouser on tour Pat Holshouser cent Erthe wife of gov. Jim Holshouser made a Stopover this morning in Thomasville during a statewide tour with several wives of Republican candidates party leaders and judge Donald Smith. Here Are i to r Allene Stevens wife of senatorial candidate Bill Stevens Smith a 4 Bachelor candidate for the North Carolina Superior court mrs. Holshouser Nancy Mizell wife of rep. Wilmer Mizell and Clarice Lopp of Thomasville. The group ate breakfast at wahoos restaurant in Thomasville. Staff photo by Mark Austin liquor House operators tipped off Abc agent says from Page 2a ment was divided by cliques and factionalism and afflicted with moral decay. A officers Are shacking up with women favouritism is used in promotions and it got progressively Collins said. A Black Man Collins was a member of the High Point department for 12 years from 1960 to 1972, when he resigned voluntarily. He is now employed As an administrative assistant in the office of the District attorney in Guilford county. At the conclusion of his testimony Collins was asked by councilman Frank Wood a what information can you give Council to reassure the Public High Point has a competent moral Well run and dedicated police department a a that is a Tough question a Collins responded. Quot i think the police department has to be restructured from top to a you have carried us into a new area where it seems the grand jury would be More effective than Council a Wood continued. A we just did not a you have been fooled too Long a Collins responded. In his testimony Collins passed out to Council pictures of victims he said were killed in altercations in liquor houses. He told of one Case in which he brought a Arthur m. Hoover Asheboro a Arthur Monroe Hoover 56, died Friday in Liberty House nursing Home in Thomasville. He was a truck Driver and a Veteran of world War ii. He was born in Davidson county. Survivors Are Sisters mrs. Loran Robbins of Liberty mrs. Alice Gallimore of it. I Trinity mrs. Clegg Parrish of Asheboro Brothers Jasper Hoover of Thomasville Troy Hoover of Sophia Murray and Herman Hoover of Asheboro. Funeral will be 2 30 . Sunday at Tabernacle methodist Church conducted by the Rev. Leroy Hunt the Rev. George Mcdowell and the Rev. Luther Harris. Burial will be at the Church cemetery. The family will receive friends 7 to 9 . Saturday at Ridge funeral Home. Floyd j. Flack Greensboro a Floyd j. Flack 55, of 1810 Oak St. Died thursday night at the veterans administration Hospital in Durham after being a patient there for two weeks. A life Long resident of the Community he was an electrician and a member of the u. S. Air Force in world War ii. Surviving Are a son f. Wayne Flack of Greensboro two daughters mrs. Sheila Duncan and mrs. Myra Nunn both of Greensboro his Mother mrs. Leta m. Flack of Greensboro three Sisters mrs. Lois Creed of Columbia s. mrs. Frances Creed and mrs. Eula Kennett both of Greensboro and a brother Harold Flack of High Point. Funeral will be 2 . Sunday from the Lambeth Troxler funeral Home conducted by Rev. Carl Shelton and Rev. James Sweeny with burial in Forest Lawn cemetery the family will receive friends at the funeral Home from 7-9 . Today. Mrs. J. B. Cox Asheboro mrs. Estelle Owensby Cox 68, of it. 6 died thursday night at Star mount Villa in Greensboro. Survivors Are her husband Joe Bunyan Cox daughter Zelphya Gilland of it. 5, Asheboro three sons Walter Cox and Mont s. Cox both of Asheboro and Clarence Cox of it. 2, Randleman and one brother Dewey Owensby of Hendersonville. Funeral will be 2 20 . Sunday at Russell Grove Baptist Church near Asheboro. The body is at Pugh funeral Home. R. L. Reid Dies at 76 Robert Lee Reid 76, of 303-b Anaheim St., died Friday at 4 30 a m. In High Point memorial Hospital shortly after arrival. He had been in declining health for the past six months. Or. Reid was bom sept. 2, 1898, in Sanford a son of the late Robert and Molly Reid and had been a resident of High Point for 40 years. He was a retired employee of the City of High Point and a member of Mars Hill holiness Church. Survivors include one daughter mrs. Henrietta Johnson of 701 Kroll in. Turn key six sons Theodore Reid of the Home Robert Leon and Billy Reid both of Washington d. C., William h. And Robert Lee Reid or. Both of new York City and Otis Reid of Florida and seven grandchildren. Funeral will be held sunday at i . At Haizlip funeral Chapel by the Rev. James Glover. Burial will be in Carolina biblical Garden. The body will remain at Haizlip funeral Home and the family will be at the funeral Chapel tonight from 7 30 to 9 and at the Home of or. And mrs. Cleveland Johnson 701 Kroll in new gnus arrive at interim zoo Asheboro a two new gnus arrived at the North Carolina zoological Park Here last week. The four month old pair of White bearded gnus also known As wildebeest were purchased through an animal dealer. They were transported by truck from the Denver zoo. The Young gnus Are the second pair purchased by the state. Only the 16-month old male remains from the first pair since the female died from a blood infection several weeks ago. Gnus cow like antelopes Are known for massing by the thousands on their native african Plains to seek new grazing areas travelling up to 30 Miles a Day. The interim zoo a temporary holding area for animals now contains Over 80 mammals Birds and reptiles representing 40 species. Construction of permanent natural habitats in the african Section the first development stage will begin at the 1,371-acre Park during the next two years. Zoning variance asked first degree murder charge against a woman for the death of a Man. The Case was moved to Greensboro for trial without his knowledge Collins said. He told of another Case in which a youth was charged with the shooting death of a girl in a liquor House. A member of City Council and a a prominent mortician testified As to the youths character in court Collins said. A in this Case we caught hell trying to convict the Man a Collins continued. A they took the position that As Long As it was a Black on Black crime it was Okay like in this Case a Black person killed a Black person. A a defendant from a certain Black family and certain Black Church could get Good character references. In this Case a prominent mortician testified and a certain councilman testified in this Case. A but they done to know what goes on out there a Collins said. He described killings at the a red House on Tate Street at a liquor House on Murrow Street and at another on Meredith Street. One operator of a liquor House told him he netted $2,-000 a week Collins said. Before he left the department Collins said a memo came from the office of police chief Laurie Pritchett that liquor cases were to be handled by the vice squad. A How in the Heck in a town the size of High Point just three people Are going to work All this a the town is wide open a Collins said a it used to be an officer see the Law broken or he had information the Law was being broken he would get a warrant and do something about the Only Way to control liquor houses Collins said is to raid them Over and Over and finally they will go out of business. A Council does not padlock a place a he said. A the police padlock. You done to talk to a lawyer. You get reliable information you get a search warrant you go in there and bust them. Then you do it again. They go out of business. That is the Way to do councilman Henry Shavitz asked Collins if he thought payoffs were involved in liquor House operations in High Point. A a in a not going to say a Collins answered a but a town this size As open As it is its common knowledge there has to be Greensboro project outreach a drive to enrol eligible persons with the food stamp program begins locally tuesday. Mrs. Beverly Smith of the Guilford county dept of social services said 13 a a outstations will be located throughout High Point Greensboro and Guilford county to make applying for food Stamps More convenient. She emphasized the importance of Volunteer help and said More volunteers Are needed. High Point residents wishing to Volunteer May Call the Contact ministry at 882-8121 starting tuesday. Three outstations and the Guilford county social services department offices on South main Street will be used for the High Point area. The outstations will be located at the concentrated social services offices at 208 Vail Street and at 600 Wise Street and in the social services offices at the Daniel Brook apts. Another will be operated at the Jamestown town Hall. The project goal mrs. Williams said is to double the food stamp Rolls. Of some 34,000 Guilford county residents believed eligible Only 16,000 persons 4,527 families have actually been certified she said. The Guilford county drive is scheduled to operate for a month she said and will be tied in with a month Long statewide Effort which begins nov. I. Many local groups have been participating in the registration Effort mrs. Williams said. In the High Point area leaders include will Hartzler of the american friends service organization Ragan Weaver director of the High Point human relations commission mrs. Shirley Carroll of voluntary action Center and Zeke Ellis of the High Point Urban ministry. Since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 e. Lexington ave 882-2555 885-2145 Omna r Ion Al site no morticians Greensboro a request for a variance from county zoning rules governing Road rights of ways for business properties will come before the Guilford county Board of adjustment at 7 30 . Tuesday in a meeting at the courthouse Here. Board members will hear a request by Mart properties inc., for a variance from the required too feet of right of Way to 50 feet in a planned business District located on the Jamestown Guilford College Road at its intersection with state Road 1564, a Spur Roadway. In other activity Board members will hear a request c. R. Davis Dies Friday Charles Roosevelt Davis 69, of 1357 Shell rd., Thomasville died in route to Community general Hospital in Thomasville Friday at to . He was born in Alexander county nov. 25, 1904, a son of Eugene and Octavia Lett Davis. He was a retired Painter. He was of the Baptist Faith and a member of the High Point Moose Lodge. Surviving Are two daughters mrs. Jack Mary Lou Crouse and mrs. H. R. Delores Keck both of Thomasville a son Theo Davis of Clover s. Two Sisters mrs. Glenn Frances fish of Maiden and mrs. Dallas Florence Jolly of Taylorsville three Brothers George Roy and Garfield Davis All of Maiden seven grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. Funeral will be conducted in Harold c. Davis funeral Chapel sunday at 3 . By the Rev. Bill Bishop. Burial will follow in Floral Garden Park cemetery the family will be at the residence in Thomasville and at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9 . J. F. Bryant Bassett a. Funeral was to be held at i . Today in Blackberry Baptist Church for Jesse Floyd Bryant 47, of it. 2, who died thursday in the veterans Hospital in Salem. Burial was to follow in old Center primitive Baptist Church cemetery. He was a retired employee of Stanleytown furniture co. Included among his survivors is a half brother. Ellis Bryant of High Point n. By Ronald Frahm for a variance to the accessory use provisions permitted in agricultural zones to permit construction of a barn in front of a dwelling located on state Road 2130 in deep River township North of High Point. Board members will also consider a request for location of a Turkey shoot planned for state Road 3377 in Clay township closer to a residence than normally allowed and they will consider a request for a Side Yard variance from standards set for single family houses for a House now located in the Forest Oaks subdivision South of Greensboro. A clip and save actress gets divorce decree Santa Monica Calif. Apr actress Elizabeth Montgomery whose a a bewitched to series was cancelled after a Long run has ended her 11-year marriage to the series producer. The couple cited a irreconcilable sunday mrs. Lelia Rhodes Moser j . Sec rest Chapel incomplete Charles Perry How to Stop smoking Booklet tells How you can quit a for Good. Money Back guarantee. Send $1.00 to Quot Stop smoking Quot . Box 168, High Point n c. 27261. Tan 4 Cau 889-7867 tor Portall drug pushers Call Day or night. I report any facts to help identify a Pusher. You Don t have to identify yourself and Calls cannot be traced hit a porn Iti Ernt pm Niff i gluon shut i Atole to of 4 is mortuary phone 885-5045 102 Chestnut or. A electric heat Quot we install electric heat and guarantee it As Long As you live in present Home. No a Dextro charge if heat Ever needs to be replaced. One Day service on wiring Mobile Homes dryers and general repairs. Cau Sears electric 885-9280 Day or night nutritious for All Ages did you know that seafood is nutritionally Good for All Ages seafood is easily digested. An excellent protein food for juniors and seniors. Fillet of flounder 239 Fried clams 249 fillet 0ftpou2 1.99 a saturday night special seafood Platter a North Carolina fillet of flounder a fillet of cold water parch if Fried baby shrimp a select Chesapeake Bay oysters a devised crab in shall a Golden Brown French Fries a riverboat hush puppies a creamy Cole Slaw $050 Only Sarvady with our own Hugh Pup Piat cola Slaw and ranch 4ries scan too restaurant Friday and saturday in cats 1711 n main nigh poin1 no Pii irs Crk. Pkwy. Winston Saum Asi Marku St. Arc Isioro children under 12 eat free Boneset Perch the Little Yard barn with it uses. Two convenient sizes 8 x8 8 xl2 a a Beautiful Little playhouse for your children a Lawn and Garden tools a Utility storage a work shop a pet shelter guaranteed finest Quality material and construction found anywhere. Constructed with Shingle roof grooved exterior siding. Variety of colors Leonard aluminium Utility buildings e10-11 4 2411 North main so. High Point a phone 869-6106 5816 High Road Greensboro a phone 299-5350 remember when neighbors used to help neighbors there a a country where they still do. Ifs your country it started when we used to help each put up a barn. Or when times were Tough. And this helping each other goes right on today. The United Way. When you give the United Way you help someone in your own neighbourhood. Maybe someone out of work. Through United Way agencies and programs you re helping people with their problems in a thousand different ways. Remember when neighbors used to help neighbors we still do. Thanks to you lib working. The United Way. Th.onx.0 w., �>4 4 so a a a the. Nam. A no gaunt 19 17 4

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