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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 22, 1976, High Point, North Carolina 2b High Point Enterprise Friday october 22, 1976 to deaths amp Funera principal quits Over food fuss c. R. Welborn is dead at 55 Thomasville Clarence Ray Welborn 55, of 506 Julian ave. Was dead on arrival at Community general Hospital thursday at la p. In. After suffering a heart attack at his Home. He was born in Thomasville july 28, 1921, a son of Olin and Fannie Parrish Welborn. He was a former employee of Amos hosiery Mill retiring one year ago. He was a member of first United methodist Church and a member of the Church sunday school. He was a Veteran of world War ii. Surviving Are one daughter mrs. Lester Shelia Auman of Walkertown one son Steven r. Welborn of 2403 Williams St., High Point his father of 506 Julian ave. One brother Donald Welborn of 823 Carolina ave. And four grandchildren. Funeral will be at 4 . Saturday at j. C. Green and sons Chapel by tile Rev. Courtney Ross. Burial will be in Holly Hills cemetery. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9. Garl e. Smith Liberty Garl e. Smith 69, of route 3 died thursday at his Home. He was a native of Alamance county and was a retired Farmer. He was a member of mount pleasant United methodist Church in Kimesville. Surviving Are his wife mrs Daisy Branson Smith two daughters mrs Freda Dale and mrs. Linda Isley both of it. 3. Liberty a son Benny Smith of the Home four Sisters mrs Cora Humble of it i Liberty mrs. Clifford Kimrey and mrs. Vance Coble both of it 3, Liberty and mrs Marvin Glass of it. 4, Siler City three Brothers Walter Smith of it. I Ramseur Floyd Smith of it. I Chapel Hill and Alfred Smith of it 3, Liberty and six grandchildren funeral will be at 2 . Saturday at mount pleasant United methodist Church in Kimesville by the Rev. C. W Faulkner the family will be at Loflin funeral Home tonight 7 to 9. L. H. Blake Asheboro funeral for Locke Haywood Blake 66. Was to be today at 2 at Franklinville pentecostal holiness Church by the Rev. James w. Laws burial was of be in Bensalem presbyterian Church cemetery or Blake of 1136 e Salisbury Road died wednesday. Death claims mrs. Quinn mrs. Susan Mumford Quinn 41, of 3516 woo View St. Was dead on arrival at High Point memorial Hospital thursday at 10 05 . She had been in declining health for to months. Mrs. Quinn was born in Philadelphia pa., March 23, 1935, a daughter of Phillip and Roselyn Boynton Mumford. She had been a resident of High Point for la years coming Here from Salisbury. She was employed by Guilford county department of social services for two years and was a member of St. Michael lutheran Church. Surviving Are four daughters miss Mary Allison Quinn a student at Catawba College Salisbury miss Ellen Douty Quinn a student at Guilford College and misses Christine Carol and Connie sue Quinn both of the Home one son Karl Raymond Quinn of the Home her parents or. And mrs. Phillip Mumford of Glenn Side a. One sister mrs. Mary Allison Miller of Jenkintown a. And one brother Phillip s Mumford or. Of Connecticut. Memorial services will be held at 2 sunday in St. Michael lutheran Church n. Main Street at skeet club Road by the Rev. Gilmer Miller the family will be at the Home on woo View Street. Mrs. Jeannette Steagall Eden a mrs. Jeannette d. Steagall 68. Of 1504 e. Ridge ave. Died wednesday in Morehead memorial Hospital. She was a member of first Baptist Church in Draper. Surviving Are a daughter mrs Narmesia Stophel of Chase a. Eight sons. Franklin Tommy Johnnie and Roger Steagall All of Eden Barry Steagall of Virginia Beach va., George Ted Steagall of Greensboro. Robert Steagall of Winston Salem and Bobby Steagall of Stuart a. Seven Sisters mrs. Gladys Holland mrs. Minnie Cox mrs. Pearl Thompson mrs. Ora Atkins mrs Lavenia Dishmond and mrs Madeline Barton All of Eden and mrs. Billie Comer of Stoneville two Brothers Claude Dunn of Kernersville and Joseph Dunn of Eden and seven grandchildren. Funeral will be at 2 saturday at fair funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. Tommy Mitchell burial will be in Dan View cemetery. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9 Welcome principal James o. Teal has resigned effective nov. So following his statement that remarks by e. Lawson Brown about a student protest before the Board were false. A group of students appeared before the Board this month protesting the alleged unsanitary methods four arrested on breaking and entering Guilford county sheriffs deputies investigating a report of a suspicious vehicle and persons thursday arrested four men on charges of breaking and entering. Deputies said they were called to the area of the Henry Gilreath Hovis Home on suits Road about noon. They said they found one Man by a car and caught a second Man who tried to flee through the Woods. Deputies said they used bloodhounds to track Down and catch two other suspects. Arrested were Danny Steven Kiziah 22, of it. 2, Trinity Gary Lewis Walton 19, of Paul drive Wendell o. Dinkins 17, of Glenola and Phillip Charles Feltner 20, of Liberty Road. Deputies said that property valued at $382 was taken from the Hovis House. Deputies said that $1,079.24 in Cash was reported stolen from a Deposit Box behind the desk of the Albert pick motor inn thursday. Deputies arrested John Raymond Probert 17, of Westchester drive thursday and charged him with Drunken driving. By which food is prepared in the school cafeteria. The students were petitioning the Board for permission for juniors and seniors to eat lunch off Campus. In the course of their presentations to the Board student government president Debbie Chisholm said that while working in the cafeteria she had observed dead flies being raked from the food and the food subsequently being served to the student body. Miss Chisholm was later fired the the North Davidson cafeteria supervisor. Irate Over what he considered a betrayal by the students and Brown. Teal train destroys car but Driver is of Michael Allen Ehrman 23, of Westwood Avenue was treated and then released from High Point memorial Hospital thursday after his car was hit by a Southern railway train at the Dillon Barber uses varied skills on customer Decatur 111. A fireman George Reid was called out to Bucko Sbarber shop on a emergency Call and ended up giving a customer a haircut. The unusual Rescue operation occurred when Buck Price 71, fainted while he was cutting a customers hair. The Rescue service and fire department were summoned. Reid 34, who also is a licensed bar Ber but does no to practice helped pack Price off to the Hospital. Then he turned to the customer and finished the Job. Reid left the fee on the Cash Register for Buck who was discharged from the Hospital in Good condition. Road crossing in front of Jamestown elementary school. Ehrman was alone in the vehicle at the time. Highway patrolmen said that Ehr Many a vehicle was travelling East on Dillon when it was hit by the train. He sustained lacerations and bruises and his car was destroyed patrolmen said. Karen Miller Hartsoe of Croydon Street and a passenger in her car escaped injury wednesday at 11 30 . When their car overturned on Wendover Avenue just off Highway 68. Patrolmen said that is. Hartsoe a car made a right turn onto the Wendover ramp and hit water standing in the Roadway. This caused the car to go out of control hit a ditch embankment and overturn. The two Young women in the car got a Surprise by the attention paid to their Accident by area Law enforcement officers. It seems their car fit the description of a getaway car used by two men in a robbery of the first Union Bank Branch on n. Main Street. Title 20 from Page in suit from Page in Leggett amp Platt officials planned to attend the 1976 Phillips Foscue stockholders meeting and elect its own directors who would then Force a merger of the two firms. The complainants allege that the Stock Sale actions were conducted in violation of Federal securities Laws. Other defendants named Are Harry m. Cornell jr., president of Leggett St Platt and James f Bryan a vice president. Will make it possible to continue operations through May and that if there is a reallocation in january the unit can continue to the end of the fiscal year in june. The dept of social services prepared a Basic budget of $5.1 million for the current year but the state chopped off $1.69 million from this leaving the department with $3,466,000 for the year. The new funds will push the total available to $4,387,000. Metz said that because the Money has not been available during the first four months of the fiscal year the will actually need Only about $250, since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 i Lexington ave incomplete mrs. Susan Quinn jul in 102 Chestnut or High Point �?��?�55045 206 Trindie re Archdale 431124 priday mrs. Raymond Lindley Robertson pm Cumby Chestnut drive Csepei saturday or. Raymond Columbus Hicks pm Cumby Chestnut drive crepe mortuary Quot the o 3r it the Golden rut North main at Farriss Avenue 885-5049 Harold c. Davis member fit 9 to rid Fine Vii ott0�,l0ft in Mrna Hanoi j mrs. Millie Ellis Greensboro mrs. Millie Ruth Ellis 82, of it. 2. Browns Summit died tuesday night in Moses Cone Hospital following declining a health of two years she was a native of Stokes county and had lived in Guilford county for the past 50 years she was a member of Reedy Fork Baptist Church. Surviving Are three daughters mrs. Charles Allred of Danville va., and mrs dal Lemmons and mrs. Richard Allen both of Greensboro six sons. Emil Eugene june. Bert Neil and Wilbur Ellis All of it. 2, Browns Summit a brother Henry fagg of Greensboro four Sisters mrs. Erna Smith of Lexington mrs. Annie Frye of mount airy mrs. Jennie Bennett and mrs. Edith Lee. Both of Danbur Yand 56 grandchildren. Funeral was to be today at 2 at Reedy Fork Baptist Church by the Rev. James Talbert executive from Page la record breaking markets included Lea industries Clayton Marcus. Casard and Stanley. Don Hunziker president of Lea said sales and showroom attendance reached All time highs. George Moore advertising executive with Stanley said this Market was the second largest in company history and that Stanley exceeded its total april business by the fifth Day of this nine Day Market. Henry Bridges of h. Bridges. Ltd., an accessory firm said his firm exceeded its previous october business in the first five Days of this Market funeral service storting at $545.00 Phene 431-1119 Orreus s 5 funeral Home High Point from Page in Clearing out and redecorating chores can accomplished by nov. I the Date Helgeson has set for the opening. The arts Council director says he expects use of the second floor of the building by classes to begin a was soon As we can get the classes set the top floor of the Structure is one huge room which has t been used Quot for anything More than storage in several decades a a according to Patton. That floor will necessarily need the most work including new wiring considerable cleaning and a fresh coat of paint. The arts Center has already become somewhat of a Community project As much of the work and materials needs for the redoing of both floors is being donated by local merchants. Coy Williard of decorative sales and service is supplying the extensive labor needed to get the Interior paint Job done while the Aero chem co., the Only local manufacturers of paint has donated the paint needed Jon Koch a designer and master Carpenter has devoted hours of work according to Helgeson helped Crews to Clear the building while Harry Samet president of High Point furniture industries and John Ray have donated the use of trucks. The Center has already begun to attract area artists to High Point. Kathy Harvell a Greensboro dancer and dance instructor is planning to teach classes Here and is working with her students As volunteers to fix up the building. Hullsville from Page it Market in the past said she had heard Many complaints from out of town representatives All stating displeasure with the Lack of entertainment outlets in High Point and the Lack of restaurants other than the fast food services or the a traditional pizza Quot in a getting sick of pizza a a said pc Sophomore George Lagueruela 20, of Miami fla., a member of the pc soccer team. He said a lot of the soccer games were played in the afternoons. Leaving the nights empty. A it s really limited Quot he said of entertainment in the City. A we soccer team members go to parties at unc a Quot if they find anything else to do he said he and his friends might go out for a pizza. And All the students resented contributing to the town of Jamestown every time they purchased a bottle of liquor but they say continue to do so. A this town could make a lot of Money Quot if entertainment demands were met is. Wilson said but the students made it Clear they were limiting their complaints to the area of entertainment and not the entire City. A there must be something Good about the town when so Many people who have graduated come Back to live Here a Hughes said. A we would t be Here if we did t like it a Lagueruela said the students cited Friendly people and Good part time Job availability As Good Points they do indeed like the town. But they say they think it could be better. Too in order to provide the program for the year. The additional Money Kirk is providing very Likely comes from the portion the state assigned to the counties out of its Overall $63 million allocation Metz said. He said Kirk called late thursday afternoon with news of the reallocation and that dept of social services personnel have begun studying exactly How to use the funds based on priorities. The plan the department develops in the next few Days will be taken to the social services Board wednesday the reallocation Means that although the county will still not have the full amount it needs to continue programs it operated last year at the same Levels it will be Able to restore some programs which had been Cut he said. Said that he was not informed that the students would appear before the Board to air their complaints about the Quality of food service at the school. That statement by Teal directly contradicted a statement by Brown that Teal was aware that the students would be appearing before Reward offered by Bank for robbers officials of first Union National Bank in Charlotte thursday announced that a $1,000 Reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the persons who robbed the firm s Branch at 2319 n. Main St. Wednesday morning. A spokesman for the Federal Bureau of investigation said that officers Are still searching for leads in the robbery. Noting that a Reward May bring in additional information the Fri agent said a we Are sort of resorting to that authorities Are searching for two Black men who robbed the Bank. Wearing toboggans pulled Down Over their faces the pair Are believed to have switched cars at a nearby Bowling Alley shortly after the just before noon robbery. Persons with information Are asked to Contact the Fri or the High Point police dept. Workmen burned in explosion Wilmington a two workmen were burned thursday when a vapor explosion blew off the top of huge empty fuel tank. They had been on their Way into the tank to clean it. The two Alvin Edgerton and Henry Moore were treated at a Hospital and released. The tank at the Exxon terminal on the Cape fear River has a capacity of 30,000 barrels of fuel. 1.3 million Gallons. This was the third explosion and fire at the tank farm in the last two months there have been no serious injuries the Board. A i know your decision for retirement at this time was based on much thought and consideration. Nevertheless i want to commend you for the Fine educational leadership you have provided at North Davidson High school since coming to the county in 1961.�?� Brown could not be reached for comment on the resignation today. He reportedly refused to comment however on the reasons for the resignation but has said Teal has been eligible for retirement since last Spring. Teal also could not be reached for comment. His Secretary is. Barbara Berrier said he was out of town that she did not know where he was or How he could be reached and that he did not leave a message about his whereabouts nor the reason for his absence. Teal said he thought the students appearance before the Board was a badly handled Quot and that he would have preferred a private meeting Between Brown himself and the students. Teal said about the firing of miss Chisholm from the cafeteria that he approved the action a Aioo per he said he thought the cafeteria workers were unfairly represented to the Board. The cafeteria has a Grade a sanitation rating he said. Brown said that the principals position at North Davidson will be filled from among the personnel presently within the county by nov. 30. Pet rocks what to do when they die Detroit a what do you do with a dead pet Rock Bury it in Jackie hoppers pet Rock cemetery on Detroit a Southwest Side of course. The Small cemetery covered with artificial turf and bounded by White Concrete blocks has become a neighbourhood attraction. Children Auto workers passersby and even policemen and firemen Stop to read the epitaphs on the White Concrete tombstones. A George went through too Many windows a the epitaph of one boy s pet Rock reads. Mrs. Hopper started the cemetery in the parking lot across the Street from the bar she and her husband own after seeing ads for food to keep pet rocks a i figured Well ill just take care of that a a she said �?o1 11 make a cemetery to handle the dead there Are currently 23 plots in the cemetery and mrs. Hopper said people Are still calling to Reserve spots. Burial is free City from Page in Post in the Central office. West said after the meeting that a new teacher has been contracted to assume the position left vacant at Johnson Street school when James Barneycastle left to replace Russell at Oak View. 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Lee Wade highly respected factory trained hearing Aid specialist will be present at this event to be held at 2515 Westchester or. Friday and saturday october 22 and 23 10 01 to 5 01 Here s your Chance to talk Over your hearing problem with a person who is really an expert in his Field. Or. Wade will advise you on How to protect the hearing you still have and what you can do to conserve your ability to hear. He will also arrange a modern hearing loss test for you to evaluate your hearing ability. Hearing Aid users will have their aids cleaned and adjusted any make or Model. Not even a Beltane Aid can solve every hearing problem. But thanks to modern technology most hearing problems can be helped better than Ever before. Plan to attend now. Bring a Friend or family member with you. It May be the Only Chance or. Wade will Ever have to give you the special assistance and attention he personally can provide. 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