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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 18, 1972, High Point, North Carolina 2b High Point Enterprise wednesday oct. 18, 1972 Pruette in chair City prom Page i b few Days ago on Union matters said that teachers were pensive about their status this year because of the probationary provisions for this year. They know they Are being evaluated but they done to know exactly How and by whom the Union representative said. Pruette has prepared drafts of several questions which he believes need clarification possibly by the state attorney general and he said that a there Are Many in one of the drafted questions Pruette asks a if a majority of the Board votes against re employment of a teacher the teacher remains a probationary teacher whose rights Are set Forth in statute. Does this mean that this teacher who has worked three years becomes a probationary teacher in another school system other than the one in which she worked the three years a Pruette says that several meetings of school administrators have failed to produce satisfactory answers to this and Many similar question. He said however that he knows of no formal move under Way to seek amendment of the Law by the next general Assembly. The Only other significant item on the Agenda is a possible report on developments concerning the Leonard Street property. The High Point Myca has expressed interest in the property and the Board of education has voted to sell it at Public auction for a minimum Price of $210,000. Apparently the Myca is continuing to study the matter but no decision has been reached. Deaths amp funerals m. D. Mccurry is dead at 79 Marvin Dixon Mccurry 79, of 2907 English re. Died at 3 48 pm. Tuesday in High Point memorial Hospital where he had been a patient for la Days. Or. Mccurry was born aug. 3, 1893, in Texas a son of Maxie m. And Ellen Mccurry. A resident of High Point since 1935, he was married in 1920 to by Lenette Gattlin. Until his retirement in 1962, he was a rate specialist with old Dominion freight lines. He was a member of Ward Street United methodist Church the official Board and the menus Bible class. Surviving Are his wife. Mrs. Wyenette g. Mccurry of the Home two sons j. Howard Mccurry of 508 Shady Rook or. And Charles Ray Mccurry o Sarasota Fla. And six grandchildren. Funeral will be held at 2 . Thursday in Ward Street United methodist Church by the Rev. Kenneth r. Moore. Burial will be in Floral Carder Park cemetery. The body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home until placed in the Church 30 minutes before the funeral. The family will be at the Home ref a son j. Howard Mccurry. 508 Shady Rook Orand at the funeral Home to night from 7 until 9 pallbearers will be members of the men s Bible class of Ward Street United methodist Church. The family requests that memorials be made to Ward Street United methodist Church rather than to the funeral. S. G. Linville Kernersville Seth George Linville 56, of 116 Oakland ave. Died tuesday in Forsyth memorial Hospital Winston Salem after four months of failing health. Or. Linville was owner and operator of Seth Linville plumbing co. He served 30 years As a Volunteer fireman for the town of Kernersville and was honoured with a life membership in the n. C. Association of fire chiefs. A . Army Veteran of world War ii Linville also was a member of Kernersville Exchange club vow and american legion. He was a member of first Baptist Church. Survivors Are his wife. Mrs. Lourenia Perdue Linville a son Eddie Linville of the Home five Sisters mrs. Alice Lemar of Kernersville. Mrs. Gloria Coley of Huntersville mrs. Sally Linville of Sandy Ridge mrs. Irene Kirkman of Winston Salem and mrs. Margaret Dixon of High Point a Stepsister mrs. Lillie Nelson of Walnut Cove six Brothers Willis and David Linville both of Kernersville Elias Linville of Wallburg. Arthur Linville of Winston Salem Mode Linville of Colfax and cum Linville of Baltimore my. And three Stepbrother. Troy Jones of Winston Salem Woodrow Jones of Kernersville and Bill Jon of Indianapolis. Ind funeral will be Beld at 3 thursday at first Baptist Church the body is at Pierce funeral Home and the family will be until 9. There tonight from 7 amendment from Page i b and transportation committee said plans for improvement of Westchester drive Are now before state officials in Raleigh. Directors discussed the possibility of a movie of main Street from Grimes Street North to Point out some of the things needing correction to beautify the Street including the possibility of such things As sign removal and plantings. Mayor Bill Bencini said that such a movie would 4 be a great Belore film for what hopefully could be afterwards. Phillip Dixon president men toned the possibility of a a Welcome to High Point sign be located adjacent to the Oak hollow dam on n c. 68 Bencini noted the City has moved out of the portion of the former Paramount theater planned for renovation. He said plans for renovation Are under Way. Myca from Page i by planned toward that end or not. A master study is under Way now to develop plans to fulfil the total Myca requirements in High Point. Cooke indicated that the Leonard Street project would have to be reconsidered within the context of the total Long Range plan Frank e. Dixon mayor from Page i b what he said in a general he added. A there has been no ulterior motive in anything that we have the mayor concluded. The complaint filed by the High Point Enterprise inc. Asks for an injunction to enjoin the mayor and members of City Council a both preliminarily and permanently from further violations of the state Law. Thomasville Frank e. Dixon 65, of Beltsville md., died tuesday at 12 25 a in in Price George Hospital in Beltsville following a Brief illness. He was born in Commerce ga., Jan. 18. 1908. A son of Joseph Brown and Mary Elizabeth Hill Dixon. He lived in Thomasville for a number of years moving to Maryland 17 years ago. He was a retired painting contractor and a Veteran of world War la. He is survived by his wife mrs. Kathleen b Ketchie Dixon of the Home Ami two Sisters. Mrs. L. G. I Albe Mae Bray and mrs. F. C. A Bertha Wilson both of Thomasville. Funeral will be held thursday at 4 p. In. In j. C. Green amp sons Chapel by the Rev. Joseph d. Seay. Burial will be in Holly Hills cemetery. The family will be at the Home of a sister mrs. L. G. Bray 211 Culbreth ave., and at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9 mrs. Maybell Ferguson mrs. Maybell Brawl y Ferguson. 58. Of Midland mien., died tuesday in Midland. Mich. Mrs. Ferguson was born in Mooresville. She was a former resident of High Point and was a former member of Green Street Baptist Church. Surviving Are two sons Grover Lee Welborn and la. C. Welborn. Both of Midland Mich. Seven grandchildren two great grand Kilcren and one brother. W. Clarence Brawley of 629 e. Lexington ave funeral arrangements incomplete. Lloyd Rogers or. Lloyd Rogers sr., 63. Of 309-a Clay St. Was pronounced dead on arrival at the High Point memorial Hospital Early sunday morn no. He was born March 15. 1909, in Spartanburg s Ca son of the late or and mrs. Mance Rogers. He had been a resident of High Point for a number of years and was self employed As a Painter and Carpenter. He was a Veteran of world War ii. Survivors include five sons Lloyd Rogersjr. Of Jamestown. James Rogers of Trinity. Charles Rogers of new York. By. And Robert i a and Willie Reese Rogers both of Juith Point a or Din a prs is. Louise Harris of new Haven Conn. Mrs. Ruth Westbrook of Candor and mrs. Nancv Robinson and mrs. Lucille Brannon both of High Point 23 grandchildren nine great grandchildren and one brother. Amaze Rogers of Spartanburg . Funeral will be held thursday at 3 . In the Chapel of in a Vii a Eon Proi Home by a he Rev. Rav Mckinney in a i Wail up i., print a biblical gardens. The Hod Nill remain at the funeral Home until the hour of service. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 8 until 9 and at the Home of mrs. Nancy Robinson 1436 Olga St., after 9 of clock. Are c. F. Williams c. F. Williams. 88, of 621 Kerr St., Concord died today at 4 30 a in. In Cabarrus Hospital in Concord. Survivors include several children and grandchildren. Funeral will be held at 2 p. In. Friday at Epworth United methodist Church in Concord by the Rev. John k. Miller. Nick meets from Page i b lowing through on specific programs he said. Galifianakis said that Helms his Republican opponent represented a negative thinking not typical of North Carolina. He is trying to get on president Nixon s coattails for election. A this advertisements against me Are negative a Galifianakis continued. A How does attacking me qualify him for a High legislative office i have 12 years legislative Yong people to Rev Galifianakis continued Are members of the a Page of Man generation. I think your generation is More concerned about people As people than any other generation has Ever been a he said. He favored lowering the voting age to 18, Galifianakis said but he had reservations about lowering the age of majority below 21. A i think some age limitations Are needed a he continued. Quot a person must be 25 years of age to be elected to the House. 30 years old to be elected to the Senate and 35 years old before he can be elected president. A i think these age qualifications Are while at High Point College. Galifianakis had lunch with the students in the College cafeteria. After his visit to the Campus he greeted workers at Myrtle desk co. Before leaving the City. While in High Point Galifianakis was accompanied by Louis Fisher jr., his local Campaign manager. C. W. Angel or. Kernersville Clarence William Ansel or. 76. Of run a 4. Died tue he at Bis Home after in month of Failin health. Or anc1 was retired owner of Justice cleaning and laundry. Greensboro. He was a member of sunlight Baptist Church Here. Survivors Are his wife mrs. Bene Parker Angel a daughter. Mrs. Doris Dobo of Greensboro two sons. James m. And Clarence w. Angel jr., both of route 4 and a sister mrs. Jannie Middletown of g Een Sboro. \ graveside service will be held at 4 thursday in Green Hill cemetery. Greensboro. The body is at lain funeral Home and the family will be there tonight from 7 until 9. 1897> 1972 Sechrest s f rat <2 e j301 e Lexington Avo. 882 ?555>or 885 2140 Sai t/a4 stitch fat Moat to m As wednesday mrs. Mini Parks Lawalin it pm Gravid Oik Wood Gem Story thursday Marvin Dixon Mccurry 2 Ward St. United met admit Church priday Dander Thomas Bock or. Willington United a Thornt Church Washington Ark. Mrs. W. F. Lewallen mrs. Mintie Parks Lewallen 74, of Richmond added sunday in Richmond a. Mrs. Lewallen was born oct. 15,1898, in Randolph county a daughter of or. And mrs. Edgar Parks. Her husband. William f. Lewallen died nov. 27, 1968. She was a member of Emmanuel Wesleyan Church. Richmond. Surviving Are one daughter mrs. Verta Harmon of Akron Ohio four sons Elmer l., James t. And Clarence e. Ii fallen All of Richmond va., Everette Lewallen of colonial Heights a. Six grandchildren three Sisters mrs. Mintie Parish and mrs. Mamie Bell both of Asheboro and mrs. Lora Hill of Glenola and one brother Herbert Parks of Newport news a. Funeral was held at la a m. Tuesday in Emmanuel Wesleyan Church in Richmond a. Graveside rites were to be held at 2 . Today in Oakwood cemetery by the Rev. Odis Dupree. P. J. Mabe Star a Paul j. Mabe 60, of Ether Community died tuesday in Montgomery memorial Hospital Troy after a Long illness. Funeral will be 3 . Thursday at it h e r Christian Church. The family will see friends 7-9 . Today at Phillips funeral Home Here. Survivors Are his wife mrs. Verlie Hall Mabe three sons Floyd Mabe of Ether d. J. Mabe of Biscoe and Reece Mabe of it. 2, Seagrove two daughters mrs. Kenneth Williams of Laurinburg and mrs. Bob Auman of Charlotte two Brothers. Odell and Gorrell Mabe both of Asheboro and three Sisters mrs. Selby Bennett of Ether. Mrs. Fred Lane of Asheboro and mrs. Thelma Brooks of Greensboro. Funeral will be held at 3 . Thursday at e t he r Christian Church. The body is at Phillips funeral Home and the family will be there tonight from 7 until 9. Mrs. Esther Hardy Lexington mrs. Esther Sexton Hardy 70. Of 619 Hargrave St. Died tuesday in Haven convalescent Center after two months of failing health. Mrs. Hardy was a member of first United methodist Church Here survivors Are three daughters mrs. George p and miss Nancy Harsy both of Lexington and mrs. James Harrell of society Hill . A son. Jack Hardy of Lexington a stepdaughter. Mrs. Dick head of mount airy a sister mrs. Ross Hedrick of High Point a half sister. Mrs. Blanton Lomax of Denton and two half Brothers. Clinard Sexton of Denton and Robert Murdock of Siler City. Funeral will be held at 2 . Thursday at Piedmont funeral Chapel. The family will be at the funeral biome tonight from 7 until 9. Scott Lee Mullen Scott Lee Mullen la drowned monday at 7 . At Myrtle Beach. He was born in High Point sept. 8. 1961, a son of David w Mullen and Alma Collins Mullen. He was a sixth Grade student at Myrtle Beach elementary school and was a member of Lampee Baptist Church. Surviving in addition to his parents Are one sister mrs. Donald Sally Beth Morgan of Spartanburg . Four Brothers David jr., George. Kenneth and Timothy Mullen All of the Home paternal grandmother mrs. Whitt s. Mullen of 22 p Ridgecrest dr., High Point and maternal grandmother mrs. Reston Jones of Lampee . The body is at Bullard funeral Home Myrtle Beach and the funeral will be held thursday at the funeral Home. Monroe k. Hartle Winston Salem Monroe Kenneth Hartle 56. Of Louisville ky., a native of Forsyth county died monday at the methodist Hospital in Louisville. Or. Hartle was born in Forsyth county a son of Howard and Mary Gatewood Hartle. He had lived in Kentucky 20 years. He was a former resident of High Point. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Viola Barker Hartle four daughters mrs. Jean Jones of old Salisbury Road miss Ginger Hartle of Atlanta ga., and mrs. Joyce Compton and mrs. Roma Teater both of Louisville three Sisters mrs. Posey Cockerham of West Clemm Onsville Road mrs. Rozena Crouch of 2549 Weymouth re. And mrs. Arthur Beale of 3800 old Lexington re. And three Brothers h. A. Hartle of 1643 Longview drive Cary r. Hartle of it. 3, Kernersville and j. H. Kirtle of High Point. Funeral will be held at i . Thursday at Hayworth Millers Silas Creek Parkway Chapel. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery in High Point. Murder charged in handgun death Thomasville a murder charge has been filed in the shooting death monday of Robert Lee Pruitt 43, of Lake Road near Thomasville. The accused is Lewis Dennis described As a a a former associate of Pruitt so in a statement released by Davidson county sheriff Fred c. Sink. Deputies and ski agents arriving on the scene of the incident monday night reportedly found the victim dead at Dennis Jarrett Road residence. Dennis is in Davidson county jail in Lexington pending a preliminary hearing in Davidson county District court. According to sheriff sinks statement Pruitt a previously lived at Dennis reconstructing the events on the night of the shooting. Sheriff sink said his deputies answered a Call from Dennis complaining of an attempted break in. Upon their arrival they found Pruitt a Bullet riddled body. Two weapons .22 and .25 Caliper handguns alleged to have been used in the shooting were secured by the investigating officers. The body has been sent to Chapel Hill for an autopsy report. Funeral services for Pruitt will be conducted Friday at 11 00 a m. In . Green and sons Chapel by the Rev. D. W. Long. Burial will be in Fairgrove United methodist Church cemetery. The family will be at the Home of his Mother on Lake Road and at the funeral Home thursday from 7 until 9 . Or. Pruitt died monday night As a result of gunshot wounds. Chestnut drive at bread ave. Phone 885-5045 Girney mortuary member of to or Rwy of Tho Gold rut a w. Bailey Eden Allen Woodrow Bailey 59. Of Maryland ave. Nue died tuesday at his Home suffering a heart attack. Survivors Are a daughter. Mrs. Jacqueline silvers of Eden two sons James m and Barry w. Bailey both of Eden three Sisters mrs. Pearl Scott of Eden. Mrs. Evie Burroughs of Greensboro and mrs. Nettie Dix of High Point and a brother Ray Bailey of Cascade. A. Funeral will be held at 4 pm. Thursday at Central Church of Christ. The body is at fair funeral Home and the family will be there tonight from 7 until 9. Ltd a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a Friendly voice is 882-8121 As close of the Telephone we re Here to help you 24 or. In in High Point 2300 North main St. 0 at Eastchester

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