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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 14, 1972, High Point, North Carolina A High Point Enterprise saturday oct. 14, 1972 deadline nov. I i t chair City of donations slow Thomasville slightly More than two weeks from its deadline for contributions the Thomasville United fund three fined for Drunken driving three persons were found guilty of driving under the influence of intoxicants during Friday s session of District court Here. The three and their sentences Are David Marshall Eddinger 37, of it. I Thomasville six in o in t h s suspended and a $200 Fine Bernell Mickens 31, King Street four months suspended and $100 Fine and Charlie Henry Walker 48. O f Charlotte. Six months suspended and $125 Fine. Walker was also convicted of carrying a concealed weapon. Two others charged with driving under the influence pleaded guilty to reckless driving. Found guilty on the lesser charge Micah Eugene Rickard. 22, of Sunrise Avenue and Mathew Footman 20, of High Street were fined $100 each. Campaign has received Cash and pledges totalling about 15 per cent of its goal. Thus far the United fund has heard reports from seven of its eleven divisions. The largest sum reported is from the initial gifts division which has collected pledges and Cash amounting to $8,137, More than two thirds of the division goal $11,325. Other divisions reporting include Industrial manufacturing $723 merchants $25 City schools $1,326 Community general Hospital $510 and the professional division $768. Publicity chairman and Secretary Jack Long said the deadline for pledges is nov. I. A the United fund has always sought out agencies that it can include within its drive a Long stated. A through these agencies we help support we feel that we make Thomasville a stronger and healthier Community. A but we can Only give support to these agencies with the financial Aid from the people themselves a he continued. A we urge the people make their one gift contribution to help support 17 different agencies that Are within the United z a a a a a / a i i a two Birds with one stone7 mrs. Marie Ray of Edge Dale drive seems to have found the Ideal Way to get exercise and keep three year old daughter Leigh entertained at the same time. They May not bring Back the rumble seat. But Mother and daughter agree its a Fine Way to enjoy a sunny autumn Day. Staff photo by Mark Austin both from p9� by be readily Cut. Nalow Bowles said he a ssh Sass out into effect v l. A we be done is id what Evver of a another layer a crafts on top to c red for a p the Nile. Bowle d in tent of a a re Akes. Xania Uon there he mid. "�?or.r. To. Is. Previously super t,.j y0u so a a a a a it he d out those to Funcion a and for 000 less per he a we re talking Abo a to Lett Ore. A a n talk about on it 1 want to t�1k a Al 4 i know we can do. estate senator i know As much or More t the budget and re Aue and other candidate nor this state has had. Aine the present ones. Chaser anticipating a surplus from Aam and a 8 t Tref additional �?zr$600 million to a taxes about $200 Tut new i Acca. An of that re l0 maintain stale be at their present i.houser�?T8 budget Isales Are predicated on Haven to Uible estimated venues in 20 years and. N0 reason Why my fates should fall Short. He does however have administrative Reform proposals As Well. He said for example that the legislature always has funded the state payroll As if too per cent of state jobs were going to be filled All the time. The actual rate he said is always less than 90 per cent. A so Why not fund it at 90 per cent and use that Money for something else a it would he acknowledged be a one time Windfall. Holshouser said he favors a some program budgeting but has not specified How much or for which sectors of state government. Both candidates have avoided tying themselves to very Many specific spending programs. Preferring t o acknowledge that this program or that area a needs Bowles has tied two of his major proposals to Bond issues �?$140 million for capital improvements in Community colleges and Public schools for his career education program and $40 million for acquisition of state Parkland. Beyond that he has committed himself to spending $125 million from the general fund on the Public schools again for his career education program. Both candidates say they will continue to expand the kindergarten program at a Cost of $10 million. Both said they favored state responsibility for the education of the retarded a recent legislative study released after the interviews pegged that at $55 million. Holshouser has committed himself to almost no other major spending programs. He Speaks mainly of reallocation of the present self expanding 2nd Winner in drawing announced Winner of the second drawing in the million Dollar Days promotion is mrs. R. E. Peace of it 5. High Point. Mrs. Peace s name was drawn today rom those slips deposited by shoppers in merchants association member stores on Friday. For the three successive Days of the special sales event the person whose name is drawn from the registration barrel wins $166 66. The interest at 6 per cent on a million dollars for one Day. The final Winner from saturday shoppers will be drawn monday. School report Ledford High by Eddie Robertson activities never cease at Ledford. Many new and exciting events occur each Day and keep the students As Well As the faculty very Busy. This year Diane Hedgecock pie. Qty school menus Elk of october 75, 1972 High schools monday Barbecue on Bun Orange juice stewed potatoes cake milk tuesday Turkey and dressing Green Beans Cranberry Gelatin salad hot Rolls peaches milk wednesday Chili con Carne tossed salad crispy Cornbread Fie Apple upside Down cake milk thursday to boys potato chips Apple Cobbler milk Friday tuna loaf blackened peas Cole Slaw Cornbread applesauce milk elementary monday hot dog Cole Slaw Beans applesauce milk tuesday beef and Gravy mashed potatoes buttered peas hot Rolls chocolate cake milk wednesday hard boiled egg cheese and Macaroni glazed carrots hot Rolls buttered apples milk thursday pizzas tossed salad buttered Corn Gelatin milk Friday thicken and noodles Green Beans hot Rolls peaches milk thief takes purse from a automobile mrs. Cheryle Timm of Guilford Avenue told police Friday that her purse containing $47 in Cash and two rings valued at $60 was stolen from her car. Mrs. Timm said she had parked the car in the too Block of w. Lexington Avenue and left the purse on the seat. When she returned the parse was missing. Linda Cook of Putnam Avenue said Friday that she was called Home by a neighbor who told her Home had Btu i broken into. Police said a can of paint was thrown through the Glass in the Back door to gain Entrance. Nothing was believed missing. Arrested on Drunken driving charges were Edward Davis. 46. Of Gordon Street Fred h. Dones 28, of Jackson Cou. To and John Robert Dehart , of Archdale. Marvin Matthews 37. Of Daniel Brooks apartment was charged with Drunken driving and not having a Driver s License and Charles Mullens 31, of Lincoln drive was charged with assault on a minor. Mullens is accused of hitting a 15-year-old boy with his fists. Central baptists to meet no risk involved caution is thrown to the wind when it comes to advancing schemes that will risk Only the other fellow s Money. Have you been in testers lately buy your class ring in the modern manner at tester s you May design your class ring to your own individual taste Lester s jewellers 131 South mom Street delivery 2 to 4 weeks the Central Baptist Assn. Made up of 30 churches and two missions located in the High Point area. Will hold its 14th annual meeting thursday and Friday. The Rev. Floyd Rhyne superintendent of missioners said messengers will meet thursday at Oakview Baptist Church and on Friday at first Baptist Church of Archdale. Each Days session will open at 4 30 p. In for an Agenda which will include presentation of reports election of officers and worship services. The Rev. Or. Rhyne said that the Moderator for the annual meeting will be Charles e. Neill a member of Green Street Baptist Church. Neill is the first Layman in the history of the association to serve As Moderator and Woodroe Haywood. Treasurer. The thursday afternoon session will be built around the theme. A sharing Christ a it will include the annual Sermon to be preached by the Rev. Clyde h Tucker pastor of Reavis memorial Baptist Church. The theme for the evening session that Day will be sharing Christ with the Community and the message will be brought by the Rev. E Vav. Price jr., pastor of Green Street Baptist Church. The Rev. Jimmy Hinson an associate with the evangelism dept of North Carolina baptists. Will bring the message Ai the Friday afternoon session on the theme. A sharing Christ with North the evening session on the theme of a sharing Christ with America a will include a message by the Rev. W. D. Laws of the dept of evangelism of the Southern Baptist convention. Grim facts most car accidents happen on saturday and sunday a practical proof that you la live longer if you done to weekend. Deaths amp funerals l. D. Oakley L. Goins mrs. Freeze Dies at 59 rites sunday Dies Friday is the editor of our annual the and a Sandy Saintsing is picture editor. This past summer these girls attended a seminar at Salem College. This will help improve our annual considerably. The a a Kaleidoscope staff appointed miss Carolyn Robertson to be their sponsor this year. Miss Robertson a former student at Ledford was editor her senior year. Diane and the staff feel that this year the annual will be the biggest and Best yet. She Hopes that it will represent the students As they really Are. The halt future homemakers of America took third place on their Booth which they entered in the Dixie classic fair. The Booths theme was a somewhere Over the Rainbow a on monday Thye met and elected their historian Crystal Taylor. The club also initiated their annual Stanley Sale Terry Sands District president of Fra i future Farmers of America and or. W. S. Cline sponsor left monday for Kansas City. I. Terry my or. Cline represented us at the National future Farmers of american convention this week. Terry has made Many contributions As a member of this organization. This week Ledford s French club heard Barry Spurgeon speak at their meeting. Barry. A student at Ledford spoke of a trip he and his family went on this past summer. They were in Europe for approximately two months. H e discussed Germany Italy Switzerland and especially France lectures were also shown. At the present time our . History department is making plans under the direction of or Gary Hinkle and or. Andy royals to hold a mock election on nov. To. This will be presented to the school As a political rally to present Republican and democratic views in the 19/2 elections. This election and future events will help make Ledford a better school for one to attend Leonard d. Oakley 59. Of 1009 Greensboro rd., was dead on arrival at High Point memorial Hospital Friday at 6 30 . He had been in declining health for the past two years but death was unexpected. Or. Oakley was born in Greensboro May 13, 1913. A son of David and Lillian Crews Oakley and had been a resident of High Point for the past 20 years. He was employed at Piedmont dairies inc. Here and was a charter member of Thomasville Moose Lodge and was of the Baptist Faith. On oct. La 1931, he was married to miss Cora Lou Roberts who survives of Thomasville. Also surviving Are two daughters. Mrs. Rodney Vorm Wells of 600 Duke Street Thomasville and mrs. Erie Toni Nicholson of Valdosta. A. One son. Bobby l. Oakley of Jacksonville Fla. Two Sisters. Mrs. Lela Vick and mrs. Lula Williams both of High Point two Brothers Harvey and Dewey Oakley both of High Point and six grandchildren. Funeral will be held sunday at 3 . In Green and sons Chapel in Thomasville by the Rev. J. Wayne fonts and the Rev. Herman Nicholson. Burial will he in Holly Hill cemetery. The body will remain at the funeral Home until placed in the Chapel 30 minutes before the service. The family will he at the Home of mrs Wells or Duke Street in Thomasville and at the funeral Home saturday from 7 until 9 . Charlie Richardson or. Thomasville Charlie Richardson or. A former resident of Thomasville died wednesday at 11 45 a in. In Raleigh. He was born oct. 20. 1937, in Anson county a son of Charlie and Geneva Jackson Richardson and spent most of his life in Morven where he was a member of Streter Grove methodist Church survivors include his Mother mrs. Geneva Gibson and his father Charlie Richardson sr., both of Washington. . Two Brothers John Richardson of Thomasville and Richard Bennett of Washington. . Seven Sisters mrs. Ollie Mae Gamey mrs. Mattie Byrd mrs. Juanita Forte. Mrs. Yvonne Monk and mrs. Minnie Pearl Bennett All of Washington dc., and mrs. Mary la. Lindsay and mrs. Mary lice Gainey both of Morven. Funeral will be held sunday at 12 30 at first Baptist Church by the Rev. W. E. Banks. Burial will be in i. Olivet cemetery. The body will remain at Thomas Haizlip funeral Home and the family will be at the Home of mrs. Mary Williams at 121 Highland ave. In Thomasville. Charles Larry Goins 25, of 4521 Archdale rd., died at 10 45 . Friday in High Point memorial Hospital. He had been a patient in the Hospital for two Days and in declining health three months. Or. Goins was born May 13, 1947, in High Point a son of f. La. And Ruby Parrish Goins. A resident of High Point All his life he was a graduate of Trinity High school class of 1965, attended Gardner Webb College two years and Campbell College one year. He was employed at Burlington Mills in the Greensboro office of the data processing dept. He was a life member of Archdale friends meeting and a member of the William Penn sunday school class. Surviving Are his parents. Or. Amp mrs. F. H. Goins 4321 Archdale Road his grandmothers. Mrs. Reid Goins of Thomasville and mrs. J. A. Parrish of of. Airy. Funeral will be held at 3 . Sunday in Archdale friends meeting by the Rev. Isaac Harris and the re. Garland Mcdowell. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. The body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home until placed in the meeting House 30 minutes before the funeral. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9 pallbearers will be Eddie Harris Warren Coltrane Curtis Morgan Jimmy Reid Ron Parrish Larry Davidson. John Loflin and Sammy Wall. The family requests that memorials be directed to Archdale friends meeting building fund rather than to the funeral. Armstrong infant Bryan Armstrong infant son of Gary a and Carolyn Childress Armstrong. O f Weant Biti died in High Point memorial Hospital thursday at 11 20 following his birth five hours earlier surviving in addition to his a its Are his paternal grandmother and a t e p Grandfather. Or. And mrs. 0. W Hutchinson of Albertson Road and the maternal grandparents. Or. And mrs. Millard Childress of route 3. Graveside services will be in i baby land at Guilford memorial Park cemetery Sun a at 2 the body will remain at Hamid David funeral Home until t ii e service hour. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9 Chestnut drive it Broad ave. Phone 885-5045 Akk i afr a i a a a a i jul. I hot put 2 Sechrest service 1301 e Lexington ave 882 2555 or 885 21451 mortuary a mba a of the proof of Tho Golden Rule a Tuimav or. Calvin Swanson Phillips p to Watt Baptist Church a min a umm to do i la a is 00st my Park in it or on Broad Street use first citizen s Back door now open 9 i s Mill. H in i Muk i 36 South mom St mrs. Geneva Powell freeze 64, of 602 Astor dowdy towers apts., died at 8 15 . Friday in High Point memorial Hospital. She had been in declining health two years and seriously ill one week. Mrs. Freeze was born oct. I. 1908. In Columbia. S.c., a daughter of George and Annie s. Powell. A resident of High Point most of her life she was the widow of Sam freeze. Surviving Are one son Robert e. Smith of 414 Cedarwood dr., Jamestown and two grandchildren. Funeral will be held at 2 . Sunday in Sechrest Chapel. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9. James h. Fields Dies at 60 James Henry Fields. 60. Of 2503 Kivett dr., died in High Point memorial Hospital Friday night at 9 50 . Following two weeks hospitalization and to months of declining health. He was born in Dillon s a. Aug. 19. 1912. A son of Arie ii. And Mary Burchett Fields. He was married to Hannah Bishop in 1934. He had been a resident of High Point for 20 years and was employed at Pickett Cotton Mill. Surviving in addition to his wife Are four daughters mrs. Raymond Doris Lee Dumbloskie of the Home. Mrs. Buddy Mildred Black of Greenville. S c., mrs. Donnie Gail Southern of 211 Charles St. And mrs. Billy Debra Cox of 131 Avondale or. Nine grandchildren and i great grandchild funeral will be conducted in the Harold Davis funeral Home monday at 2 . By the Rev. Worth pug and the Rev. Roy Mabe. Burial will follow in Floral Garden Park cemetery. The family will be at the residence and at the funeral Home sunday from 7 until 9 . Sale there one going on every Day in the classified Section of the Enterprise. Bikes Ere big this year end if you re Reedy to join the fun you la find the Best buys in Todey s classified ads. And if you went to be e pert of the big Sale piece your and today by Selling 885-21. 3 lines 8 Days Only $3.60 saturday John Christopher Brown ii am Gravette 0� of cemetery a a a Rufus de vane Dickson 2pm a Chr i or it up a sunday mrs. Geneva Powelle freeze 2 pm care to # Charles Larry Goins Archean or Nodi it no Jarn. Lease a Friendly voice is 882-8121 now serving Trinity or. Amp Alt other schools _ a Contact As close As the Telephone we re Here to help you 24 or. T7l big enough to be no. 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