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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 21, 1976, High Point, North Carolina 21 High Point Enterprise thursday october 21, 1976 deaths amp funerals r. C. Hicks is dead at 65 Raymond Columbus Hicks. 65. Of 127 Lindsay St. Died today at 3 50 a in. In High Point memorial Hospital. He had been in declining health three years and in critical condition two weeks mrs Hicks was born in Guilford county dec. 20, 1910, a son of Montville Merrit and Ida Lee Ward Hicks. He had been a resident of the High Point area All of his life and served in the . Army during world War ii he was a retired employee of dutch laundry and was a member of the vow he was a member of High Point friends meeting and of the brotherhood sunday school class. In 1961, he married miss Marie Bennett. She survives of the Home. Surviving in addition to his wife Are one daughter mrs Ronnie Caroli Stevens of Circle drive one son Raymond Charles Hicks of High Point two grandchildren four Sisters mrs. E. G. Lois Jarvis of route i mrs. Paul Arlene Leonard of Lexington. Mrs Lester Doris Valentine of 416 Greenwood drive and mrs. Paul Rachel Hicks of it. I Trinity and four Brothers Sherman Hicks of Hemlock Street Homer Hicks of 608 Kellywood drive Claude g. Hicks of 926-k Lake Crest drive and Donald Ray Hicks of Graham. Funeral will be at 2 . Saturday at Cumby Chestnut drive Chapel by or William a Guthrie and Cecil e. Haworth. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. The body will remain at Cumby a mortuary and the family will be there Friday night 7 to 9. L. H. Blake Asheboro Locke Haywood Blake 66, of 1136 e. Salisbury Road died wednesday in Randolph nursing and rehabilitation Center. He was a native of Moore county and was a member of Franklinville pentecostal holiness Church. He was a former textile employee. Surviving Are his wife mrs Grace l Blake a daughter mrs. Howard Skeen of it. 6, Asheboro and a son Paul h. Blake of Asheboro. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete the body is at Ridge funeral Home. Since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 i Lexington ave thursday mrs. Melba Jones Michael pm Sechrest Chapel my pipta102 Chestnut or High Point �?�8s-504s 206 Tringale re Archdale 431-9124 priday mrs. Raymond Lindley Robertson apr Cumby Che lout drive Chapel Raymond Hicks member the order of the Golden rut North main at Farriss Avenue 885 -5049 Harold c. Davis member preferred tune Iol director International thursday Harry b. Richardson pm Harold c Devil Chapel funeral service with Metal cachet starting at is 85.00 Phon 431-1 in a orrels funeral Home Robertson funeral set Raymond Lindley Robertson. 72, of route 4 was found dead near his Home wednesday morning about la a m. After suffering a heart attack according to or. T. E. Terrell medical examiner. Or. Robertson was born in Guilford county june 16, 1904, a son of Robert g. And Minnie Hendrick Robertson. He was a resident of the High Point area All of his life and was a retired Farmer and a Birthright member of Springfield friends meeting. Surviving Are three Brothers Herman Robertson of route 3, Bynum and t. Theodore Robertson both of route 4 and two Sisters. Mrs. Ray Velna Frazier of route 4 and mrs. Lacy Anafla Hughes of Randleman. T funeral will be Friday at 2 . At the Cumby Chestnut drive Chapel by the Rev. Isaac Harris. Burial will be in Springfield cemetery the body will remain at the mortuary and the family will be there tonight 7 to 9 and at the Home of a brother t. Theodore Robertson it. 4, Weant Road. Pallbearers will be Jake Powell Jay Hendricks Monroe Hendricks Boyd Coltrane David Robertson and Donald Robertson. Mrs. Eula Crawley mrs. Eula Mae Dunlap Crawley 51, a former High Point resident died oct 14, at her Home in Wilmington Del. Mrs. Crawley was born in High Point dec. 28, 1924, a daughter of the late will and Ethel Grier Dunlap. She attended the Public schools of High Point and was a graduate of William Penn High school with the class of 1942. Surviving Are two Brothers William s. Dunlap of 805 skeet club Road and Howard Dunlap of 1421-b furlough St. Funeral was to be today at 12 noon at the Congo funeral Home in Wilmington. Del. Burial was to be in a Wilmington cemetery. G. E. Jones Randleman Glenn Edward Jones 71, of route 3 died tuesday night in Wesley Long Hospital in Greensboro. He was a native of Guilford county and a retired truck Driver with Central motor lines. He was a charter member of teamsters Union local no. 391. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Elaine Culler Jones a daughter mrs. Elaine Deas of Randleman a brother Dan r. Jones of it. I Climax three Sisters mrs Adell Poe of Julian mrs Ruby Garner of it. I. Climax and mrs. Eula Mae Vernon of Mcleansville and two grandsons. Funeral will be at 2 . Friday at Pugh funeral hone Chapel by the Rev. Richard Trogdon burial will be in Randolph memorial Park. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9. Read the classifieds git enrolment Down As fewer veterans attend by Jim Hawkins Enterprise staff writer Jamestown enrolment for curriculum courses at Guilford technical Institute for this fall Quarter is Down about too from the Peak year last fall largely due to a decline in the number of veterans according to a report Given trustees today. Or. Woodrow Sugg president said last year s curriculum enrolment was 3,635, a figure which included 1,300 veterans while the 1976 fall Quarter enrolment stands at 3,520 even with a decline of 500 veterans. He said git managed to pick up about 300 More no veterans for the new year and that the school s enrolment had a held up Well in the face of declines in Many colleges. Enrolment of Day curriculum students declined by about 60 from last fall while the number of evening students increased by about 200, he said. He noted the figures do not include those attending the Many noncredit courses the school offers. Board members attending their october meeting heard git has completed a Basic report showing Progress toward compliance with a Federal Law requiring no discrimination on the basis of sex in cases of both students and employees. Or. Sugg told trustees that a we try to live within the spirit and the letter of the Law and that efforts Are underway to Correct inadequacies to the Point where the school will have a a clean Bill of health Board members also agreed to move toward the possibility of swapping some land it has at its downtown Greensboro facility with property the Greensboro Board of education has in the same area in order to produce one single parking lot instead of two separate units. Or. Sugg called attention to the fact that parking facilities there Are overtaxed with More than 300 vehicles crowding into space for 200. Officials suggested the possibility the school could use some of the City school system s land and noted the building itself is Well built and designed for education and Likely to be useful for a number of years. Trustees approved a measure which forbids alcoholic beverages including Beer and wine from being consumed on the Campus after officials said the policy is aimed largely at non students who have used Campus areas on weekends. They also approved a policy setting standards for travel by student groups under sponsorship of the student government Assn and a policy detailing the budget making process for sea funds including a requirement for review by the president contemporary chaise tongues resemble life like figures by Tommye Morrison Enterprise staff writer the French never at a loss for words define a Bou Loump As the Little Man in a drawing that denotes a person. Airborne Aronas of Toronto Ontario has extended the meaning of Bounoum into a furniture line by the same name. Currently showing in the main Street Wing of the Southern furniture Market Center As a part of the Canadian showrooms air borne Aronas has become known for their line of a people Quot furniture. Designed by Olivier morgue of France the chaise tongues resemble two dimensional human figures and according to sales representative j. W. Neufeld can be used effectively in any contemporary room setting the fiberglas holds which conform to the shape of the human body Are covered with foam whimsical Bou Loump chairs padding and upholstered with a material known As Avignon which has a Plush Felt like finish. Although the upholstered styles Are very popuia., airborne a Conas also carries a Plain fiberglas Mold which is covered in White Gei coat so that the chair can be used outdoors. Bright red is the most popular color for upholstery although a Are available in 75 other colors. A the line has been very said Neufeld a and. Surprisingly enough has been most popular with male morgue originally designed the line in 1959 but manufacturing of the style did not begin until several years later. Morgue s Ultra contemporary style of furniture is typical of furniture used in such movies As �?o2001 a space a it s a great chaise Tongue Quot said Neufeld. A one of the Beautiful things about it is that the chair can be placed up against a Wall when it s not in use or if you have More than one they can be stacked together out of the Way Quot Neufeld said that air borne Aronas manufactures european designs since Europe is a Leader in the contemporary Field. He added that contemporary furniture is very popular in Canada where about eight per cent of the Homes Are furnished in contemporary styles in the . Only about four per cent of the Market is contemporary. In circulation of personal letter Deal clique against him rain from Page to Kennedy a rough draft of his inaugural address and Martin Luther King s vestments. The showcase cars feature examples of american transportation ranging from an 1849 Friendship i fire engine which was pulled by Long lines of men to one of the lunar overs which is so lightweight that it can be lifted by one person lines of people waiting to enter the american Freedom train will form through the Guilford courthouse National military Park nature Trail where luminaries have been placed for lighting at night various types of entertainment will be provided from throughout the area for those waiting in line. Tickets for the american Freedom train Are available exclusively at the train site at $2 for adults and $1 for children and senior citizens. Ogden Deal democratic candidate for Guilford county commissioner said today it was his proposals for county school Reform that prompted a Quot Small group of people with a vested interest in maintaining the status quo Quot to anonymously circulate a personal letter he wrote to his son s teacher six years ago. The letter written when Deal s son was in the second Grade questioned the value of a daily recital of the pledge of allegiance and the Blessing. It was also circulated. Deal says by some of the same people two years ago when he was an unsuccessful candidate for the Guilford county Board of education. He feels it is an attempt to discredit him. A the significant Issue Here is that a personal letter could be taken from school files by a Small group of principals and circulated around Quot Deal said in an interview. Quot that a the ominous Deal a self employed Mcleansville artist feels the reforms he has proposed relating to county school promotion practices threaten the Small group of people he feels is circulating the letter a i have proposed More open hiring and promotion procedure a Deal said. Quot this would make sure the Best qualified people in the system become administrators that is not the Case now the qualified people within the system Are not always notified when positions become available and they Are not encouraged to try for these positions a to use my words there is a self perpetuating clique that controls who Deal said a was an example two of the people involved in an accessory role in distributing the letter two years ago have now been promoted to principal a in the letter Deal says he likes a for children to be exposed to Many diverse ideas ideologies people places and goes on to say he finds Quot considerable evidence of indoctrination Quot in the teachers classroom. Deal says in the letter he has tried to talk to his son Quot to explain Why i think Flag fetish is idol worship of the most perverse sort i have encouraged him to disagree with a a daily recital of the pledge and Blessing serve Only to constrict his thinking and thought Deal goes on in the letter. Today Deal admits he is in a different Frame of mind but does t try to refute what he wrote six years ago. A even my most conservative friends Tell me there is nothing in the letter to be ashamed of Quot he stated. Deal says he does not know How the circulation of the Asheboro postman denied write in Campaign try letter will affect the Campaign one of his opponents Republican incumbent Dick Maxwell quoted parts of the letter last week in a civic club speech but did not identify Deal As the author saying Only it was written by one of his opponents in the county commissioners race. Maxwell said wednesday he quoted the letter Only after being a very much moved by hearing a group of couple sues in shooting of their dog Winston Salem apr a Clemmons . Man is being sued for $86,000 by a couple who allege that he shot and killed their registered full blooded Irish setter in a suit filed in Forsyth Superior court. Or. And mrs Edgar Dickenson say that Harry s. Davis maliciously shot their dog Quot to jingles the complaint said Davis shot the dog five or six times and disposed of it Davis declined comment on the suit. Businessmen recite the pledge of allegiance. He said he did not intend to use the letter again. Deal said this morning he had seen Maxwell at a reception wednesday night and had greeted him with a handshake. No reference to the letter was made at that time. Attorney resigns Post Winston Salem api a one of the highest ranking Blacks in Winston Salem City government has resigned his $27,000-a-year Job As Legal advisor to the police and fire departments Larry d. Jones 30, said his resignation is effective nov 5 Jones took the Winston Salem Job in 1974. And became the subject of criticism about his qualifications much of the criticism came because he was not a member of the North Carolina bar in announcing his resignation Jones said the criticism came a largely because in a a Black making the salary i by Don Wrenn Enterprise staff writer Asheboro an Asheboro postman who planned to conduct a write in Campaign in the race for Randolph county commissioner has run afoul of Federal regulations and been forced to terminate his Short political career Dwight Thompson who announced last week he would run As an Independent in Hopes of bypassing the Hatch act. Said this morning he was informed by Post office officials that he would be in violation of the Hatch act the Asheboro resident said 3bedroom to he Felt the ruling a makes him a second class citizen a he said at first he had been assured by officials at the Asheboro Post office and the u. S. Postal service sectional Center in Greensboro that his write in Campaign would not conflict with Post office policies. He said yesterday he was informed by the office of . Senator Jesse Helms he could not be involved in the partisan commissioners race. This was also confirmed by the . Labor relations office in Summit is coming to Mitchell s Mobil see next Monda is Enterprise a 0 20 Greensboro it h Akes no difference that i pay Federal withholding taxes state taxes local property taxes and sales tax. I am relegated to a life of letting everyone else run my life for me even though i might be smarter and better qualified for the Job Quot Thompson said the Hatch act states that Federal employees Are prohibited by Law from either candidacy or Active support of candidates in a partisan election Channel converter Channel b station High Point Cable Davidson county Cable 2 a my Greensboro 9 h 2 3 a Btu Charlotte a 3 4 Wunch Chapel Hill 4 4 5 of to Washington 5 a i Point 13 7 17 9 soc Charlotte a 9 12 will Winston Salem to 12 20 coca Washington 11 a 36 ref Charlotte 7 to be conc he a blown insulation i Sears electric co. 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