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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 24, 1972, High Point, North Carolina 2b High Point Enterprise tuesday october 24, 1972 deaths amp funerals l. W. Kirkman is dead at 67 Loise Winfield Kirkman. 67, of 423vfe Wright St. Died at 11 20 a. In. Monday at his Home. He had been in declining health since 1971. Or. Kirkman was bom june i. 1905, in Marion a son of Joseph l. And Ila Stamey Kirkman. He was educated in High Point City schools and was married feb. 23,1931, to Hazel Caldwell. He had been a resident of High Point since 1944, coming Here from new Jersey. He was produce manager or National food stores for 20 years retiring in june of 1970. He was a member of Hilliard memorial Baptist Church and the menus Bible class. Surviving Are his wife. Mrs. Hazel c. Kirkman of the Home one daughter mrs. Barry Barbara Nixon of 1210 Forrest St. Two grand children one sister mrs. Thomas Alexander of Thomasville and one brother. J. B. Kirkman of 503 colonial or. Funeral will be held at 3 p. In. Wednesday in Hilliard memorial Baptist Church by the Rev. Charles w. Stafford. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. The body will remain at the secures funeral Home until placed in the Church 30 minutes before the funeral. The family will be at the Home of a daughter mrs. Nixon 1210 Forrest St., and at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9. Miss Dulcie Denny Greenville . Miss Dulcie Irene Denny 60, of 301 Dupont dr., Greenville died monday in a Greenville Hospital. She was born in High Point n. C., a daughter of the late Joe de and Anna Holland Denny. She lived in Greensboro ., before moving to Greenville 29 years ago. She was a Secretary with general truck and equipment service in Greenville and was of the Baptist Faith. Survivors include a sister in Law mrs. Frances Denny Bunn of High Point And four nephews. Funeral will be wednesday at la . At Mac key mortuary in Greenville. Burial will be in Springwood cemetery. The body will remain at the mortuary and the family will be there tonight from 7 until 9. Death claims Daniel Wilson Daniel Wilson of 613 Habersham re. Died monday afternoon at his Home. The body is at the Moore funeral Home. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. Mrs. Annie Stacey mrs. Annie Norville Stacey 84. Of Rutherfordton died monday night in Shelby memorial Hospital where she had been a patient for two weeks. She was a member of first United methodist Church in Rutherfordton. Among her survivors is a daughter. Mrs. Richard l. Bullardjr. Of High Point. Funeral will be held wednesday at first United methodist Church in Rutherfordton. The body is at Mcmahan funeral Home. Mrs. W. T. Leonard Lexington mrs. Gladys Walser Leonard. 66. Of route 8. Died monday in Baptist Hospital Winston Salem. She was a member of Shiloh United methodist Church. Survivors Are her husband Willie t. Leonard two Daugh ters mrs. Bruce Younts of Lexington and mrs. Dale Alley of route 8 three sons. Paul t. Leonard of Winston Salem w. A. Leonard of Greensboro and Bobby Leonard of Dallas Tex. Three Sisters mrs. Adam Hege of route 8, mrs. John Hanes and mrs. Paul Hege both of route 4 and three Brothers. Wade and Gilmer Walser both of route 4. And Cletus Walser of Hilltop rest Home. Funeral will be held at 2 . Wednesday at Shiloh United methodist Church. The body will remain at Davidson funeral Home and the family will be there tonight from 7 until 9. R. H. Ros Elon College Robert Hayes Ross 67, of route 2. Died monday in a Burlington nursing Home. Or. Ross was a native of Alamance county and was a Farmer in the Stoney Creek Community. He was a member of Kerr Chapel Baptist chuch. Survivors Are his wife. Mrs. Lucille Moore Ross daughters mrs. Alyse Jenkins of High Point mrs. Sarah Ann Saunders of route 2. And mrs. Betsy Mcfarling of Providence two sons Bobby Ross of Greensboro and Bill Ross of Chestnut drive at Broad ave. Phone 885 5045 Al St i ii to a a a. Ltd. In. Mortuary Mimir of the order of the Golden Rule tuesday or. Earl Cecil ii . Cumby Chebel mrs. Ruby Sechrest Grubb 4pm Selve Tion army Irven Nathaniel Johnson to be removed to ram Tville. Alabama on thursday. Lohr funeral set thursday mrs. Mary e. Lowe Lohr 81, of route 5, died at 4 a. In. Today in Dorothea Dix Hospital Raleigh. She had been in declining health for five years and critically ill one month. Mrs. Lohr was bom May 21, 1891, in Ramseur a daughter of Cicero and Lucy Reece Lowe. She was educated in the Trinity schools and had been a resident of this area for 70 years. On Jan. 29. 1910, she was married to Robert a. Lohr. He died in july of 1959 she was a member of Trinity United methodist Church and the Friendly sunday school class. Surviving Are four daughters mrs. F. R. Eleanor Bundy of it. 3. Trinity mrs. Paul Virginia Flanders of Wrightsville. Ga., mrs. Grady Iris Hall of Frederick md., and mrs. Patty l. Martin of the Home four sons William m. Lohr of route 5, r. Harold Lohr of tar Heel drive. R. Dwight Lohr of Ellwood drive and Billy r. Lohr of Carey Street 16 grand children 14 great grandchildren one sister mrs. Rosa Tuttle of Forrest Street and one brother e. R. Lowe of Ward Street. Funeral will be held at 3 p. In. Thursday in Trinity United methodist Church by the Rev. Charles d. White or. Burial will be in Trinity cemetery. The body will remain at the Sechrest funeral Home until placed in the Church 30 minutes before the funeral. The family will be at the funeral Home wednesday night from 7 until 9. Irven n. Johnson Irven Earl Nathaniel Johnson 70, of it. I Sophia died today at 4 a. In. In High Point memorial Hospital. Or. Johnson was born april 25, 1902, in Alabama a son of Marion and Melinda Norwood Johnson and had been a resident of the High Point area 45 years. He was last employed by Hegler a trucking company in Thomasville. He was a member of old Shady Grove Baptist Church in Section Ala. He was married to miss Pearl Brown who preceded him in death. Surviving Are one daughter mrs. Farlow Peggy Davis of it. I Sophia two grandchildren two Sisters mrs. Ila Wilbanks of 906 Newlin St. And mrs. Easter Neely of Section Ala. And three Brothers Edward Johnson of Springfield Road Rayford Johnson of Greensboro and Lee Johnson of Rossville a. The body will remain at Cumby mortuary until thursday morning when it will be taken to Rainsville funeral Home Rainsville Ala., where funeral services will be held at a time and place to be announced at a later Date. The family will be at Cumby mortuary wednesday from 7 until 9 p. In. The family requests that memorials be directed to Marlboro friends meeting. Carolyn d. Simmons Carolyn Denise Simmons 14, of 310 Robbin ave., Jamestown died saturday afternoon at North Carolina memorial Hospital in Chapel Hill. She was born aug. To 1958. In High Point a daughter of Howard and Azalee Franklin Simmons. She was an eighth Grade student at Jamestown Junior High school and was a member of Foster Grove Baptist Church. Survivors in addition to her parents of the Home Are two Sisters. Misses Teressa and Vivian Simmons five Brothers Howard jr., Douglas Rodney Dennis and Timothy Simmons All of Jamestown paternal grandparents or. And mrs. Alex Simmons of Jamestown and maternal grandmother mrs. Carrie Franklin of Elizabeth no. Funeral will be held wednesday at 4 . At Foster Grove Baptist Church by the Rev. B. D. Curtis. Burial will be in the Carolina biblical gardens. The body will remain at the Moore funeral Home until placed in the Church one hour before the service. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9. I rat ll>72 Sechrest service 1301 e. Be. In ton ave 882 2555 or 885 2145 a a a a ill a aniline i / a flu i to tent ill Quot i Quot Ca wednesday Louis Winfield Kirkman 3 pm Milliard mom Fiol Baptist Church thursday mrs. Mary Lowe Lohr j . Trinity United Mel Odist Church paper drive Jamestown the Jamestown Jaycees will sponsor a paper drive sunday. Ail papers should be placed on the curb by i p. In. Raleigh Stevens Greensboro Raleigh Stevens 88, of it. I pleasant Garden died sunday i n Greensboro nursing and convalescent Center. Or. Stevens was a retired Farmer and a member of Bethel United methodist Church. Survivors Are two daughters mrs. Leroy Dawson and mrs. Rebecca Greeson both of pleasant Garden five sons h. Vance Stevens and Garland Stevens both of Greensboro Richard n. Stevens with whom he made his Home Dwight k. Stevens of Randleman and Walter j. Stevens of Gibsonville three Brothers Arza Stvens of Lake Wales fla., j. W. Stevens of Winston Salem and Robert Stevens of Randleman and two Sisters mrs. Sam Holland of Randleman and mrs. Bill Davis of Gibsonville. Funeral will be held at 3 30 . Wednesday at Bethlehem United methodist Church in Climax. The body was to be taken to the Home today. Mrs. Routh Randleman mrs. Lonnie Hall Routh 65, of route 3, died monday in Moses Cone Hospital Greensboro. Survivors Are her husband Charlei c. Routh two daughters mrs. Geneva Jessup of Burlington and mrs. Myra Jean Hunt of the Home and a son. Dormont Routh of Orlando. Fla. Funeral will be held at 3 p. In. Wednesday at first Baptist Church. The body is at Pugh funeral Home and the family will be there tonight from 7 until 9. It. 3. Burlington two Sisters. Mrs. Florence Hutson of it. 4. Burlington and mrs. Lolelia Garrison of it. 2. Burlington and a brother John Ross of it. 4. Burlington. Memorial contributions May be made to the arthritis foundation. Funeral will be held at la . Wednesday at Stoney Creek presbyterian Church. The body is at Lowe funeral Home and the family will be there tonight from 7 until 9. Bowles tombstones left As calling card Logan Utah a Logan residents Are finding tombstones on their doorsteps the police said monday tombstones have been found on doorsteps at least once a week for the past several weeks. They said there were two such incidents sunday. Officials said the grave markers Are being stored in the police garage until they can find out where they came from. From Page i a be id bowle., Quot because it can always he taken in his comments on Highway funds. Bowles said he favors commissioners but said they should not act As he said that Money should be spent where the needs Are and that under his administration decisions would not be based on politics. Bowles was asked on the show if he would favor a two year medical school for ecu. He answered b y criticizing a study commission recommendation of a one year program at ecu pointing out that three members of the five Man committee were medical school Deans who naturally would oppose a full program. A lets let the Board of governors come up with a recommendation after a n impartial study Quot he said. Quot whatever they recommend that s what i la come up fighting Holshouser from Page i b of High Point who is seeking re election to the state Senate and Bob Vaughn Holshouser a Campaign manager in High Point. Murrow also Shook hands and talked with workers at the Plant. Vaughn passed out bumper stickers and Campaign literature in the Wake of Holshouser. The group was guided through the Plant by Jim Brewer purchasing agent for Thayer Coggin inc. What do doctors recommend for patients in pain doctors All Over the country dispense up to 50,000,000 of these tablets to their patients each year. Turro Arr Many medications a physician or dentist can prescribe for pain. Some Are narcotic Many Are available Only on prescription. But there is one pain reliever available without prescription doctors dispense again and again. Anacin. Each year doctors give up to 50,000,000 anacin tablets to their patients in pain. If doctors think enough about anacin to dispense All these tablets what better recommendation can you ask when you Are in pain you see. Anacin contains More of the pain reliever Doc f 0 23 tors recommend most than any other leading Tablet. Headache and dental pain is relieved incredibly fast minor pains of arthritis Are de it end j ably eased for hours even the ache and pains of colds and flu i respond to anacin. So the ten i Sion and depression that can in caused by such pain will in relieved too. Auf millions take anacin without stomach upset when you re in pain Why done to you follow the practice of so Many doctors and take the Tablet a doctor might give you in his own office take anacin. Revival october 22nd 28th services each evening 7 30 . Evangelist a a Rev. Bill Clapp pastor Southside Baptist Church Thomasville special singing nightly Vance Clayton music director Tindale Baptist Church Flint Hill rd., South of Archdale Stanley Easom i ask i ,r Tom 5 firms announce merger Lexington five furniture Industry firms in High Point Lexington and Thomasville have announced their merger. Robert Miller president of Miller tool and plating co. Here said monday that his firm the Lethia corp. Of Lexington Gaspar co. Of Lexington Tolbert woodworking co. Of High Point and Nancy Lou furniture co. Of Thomasville will merge to allow the five firms to produce and Market a Complete line of furniture while continuing their present production of components. To be known As the Lethia line showrooms for the new furniture during this Market Are located on n. Main Street Here. Miller tool and plating co. Will be the Parent company. According to Miller each of the firms will continue its present operations with its present management. Lethia will act As the sales organization and continue its production of Chrome and Glass furniture. Gaspar is a producer of Chrome Frame Tolbert produces Complete upholstered and exposed Wood furniture in modern and traditional styles and Nancy Lou is a producer of upholstered furniture. In chair City murder charged in child s death Thomasville a a Thomasville child a death Early monday morning has resulted in a murder charge against a 22-year-old Doak Street Man. William Broadie is being held without Bond in Thomasville City jail awaiting Transfer to Davidson county jail in Lexington. He is accused of slaying Jackie Kearse 4. The Kearse child was pronounced dead on arrival at Community general Hospital by the county Coroner or. Joel Leonard at 4 25 . Monday. According to the warrant signed by j. E. Wray of the Thomasville police dept., the girl was beaten with a Belt buckle. Reached for comment this morning Wray said the incident probably occurred around Midnight sunday. Authorities brought police into the Case upon investigation and the warrant was sworn o u t against Broadie sometime monday afternoon. The suspect was reportedly living with the Kearse girl and her Mother. Wray said he Learned that Broadie sometimes took part in disciplining the child. Also charged in connection with the death is the girls Mother Annie Bell Kearse. 30. She has been cited to court sept. 30 on a Misdemeanour charge of child abuse for allegedly not interfering with the punitive beating. In other news from the police department another vending machine was reported vandalized monday night following a rampage by Petty thieves on machines All Over town last weekend. This final victim is located at buddy a service station on Fisher ferry Street. The machine was robbed of its Money and change Box. Shifting Load is cause of Accident residence is damaged by Blaze extensive damages to a residence at 311 Pickett Street were reported after firemen extinguished a fire there monday afternoon. The alarm was received at 4 01 p. In. Cause of the fire was listed As an electric Cook stove which had been left on. Heat from the stove ignited nearby cabinets which in turn ignited the adjacent Wall. Fire damages were confined to the Kitchen but smoke and heat damages were reported to the rest of the House. The occupant was listed As Fulton tar Yungton. Earlier at 3 54 p. Rn., the fire department was summoned to 1518 Ann Arbor it. To investigate an overheated Furnace. There was no serious damage reported. Upgrading so upgrading on 2-b environment Quot the third with Quot the product Quot and the fourth with Quot the professional or. Louis h. Grossman of Arizona state University is the institutes education director. Charles s. Cooper of North Carolina state is the engineering Extension coordinator. Roy Briggs formerly of High Point and now supervisor of information services for the Indis trial Extension service at North Carolina state is one of the instructors. G. Mackintosh of High Point is helping to plan and coordinate the program. Robert Vaughan of Knoxville Tenn is chairman of the National Chr committee. A trucks shifting Load was cited As the cause of a one vehicle Accident monday at 5 30 . At the Parkway a. Main Street intersection. Driver of the truck was James Stewart Thompson 23, of Winston Salem. He had been moving South on main and the truck struck the curb on the right Side causing the Load to shift. This in turn caused the vehicle to overturn. There were no injuries or charges and damages to the truck were estimated at $1,000. Another truck this one loaded with a Concrete mixer was involved in a i . Truck pole collision on Mon lieu Avenue near the fifth Street intersection. Police said the mixer driven by Charles Edward Royal of Redding Street and owned by w e. Linthicum and son. Was headed West on Mon lieu. The vehicle skidded on wet pavement and struck a Utility pole owned by n. State Telephone co. Damages were estimated at $300 to the truck and $100 to the pole. There were no injuries or charges. An estimated $1,550 in dam hawaiian slated to address club Solomon Ono or. Of Honolulu. Hawaii will be the speaker for fridays meeting of the High Point chapter of the full gospel businessmen s Fellowship. The dinner meeting will get under Way at 7 p. In. In the coach House ballroom of the Sheraton hotel. Ono is president of the Honolulu chapter of the full gospel businessmen a Fellowship. Ages resulted from a three vehicle collision monday at 4 40 . On n. Hamilton Street near Ray Avenue. Drivers and the damages to each car were Georgia White Scott of it. 2, Jamestown $50 Dorothy Kennedy Kilby of Winston Salem $1,000 and Frances Harry Barrier of e. Farriss Avenue $500 the Accident report indicated that the Scott and Kilby vehicles were stopped for traffic when the Barrier car hit the Kilby car knocking it into the Scott vehicle. Frances Harry Barrier was charged with failing to reduce Speed to avoid an Accident no charges were filed following investigation of a two car mishap monday at 12 31 . Near the intersection of Cherokee drive and Parkwood drive. Police reported that As Betty Cashion Wilson pulled from a driveway her attention was momentarily diverted and her car collided with a parked Auto. Owner of the latter vehicle was listed ased Smith of Chattanooga. Tenn. Damages were estimated at $850 to each vehicle. Mrs. Wilson reportedly was injured slightly. A charge of following too close was entered against Annette Elizabeth Lane of Pine Valley Road after her car was involved in a rear end collision with one operated by Wade Samuel Hines of Shady Rook drive. The 8 04 . Monday Accident occurred on n. Main near the i Bywood intersection. Damages were estimated at $500 to the Lane car and $80 to the other. Ika return judge Walter Clark with Beautiful District court Luis w Lien Hung at Steak your a or 8 done Mao your hunger wait in line for a gulp and run meal not when you con it Down to a Steak Sandwich at Luis. Well make it to your order and a Erve it up Zzz log hot our sirloin Steak Sandwich is one Quarter Pound of deliciously tender Choice beef broiled the Way you like it and served open face with a Mound of French Fries to by lettuce and slabs of Tomato it s a meal sized Sandwich to satisfy any hunger. Bring the beef lovers in your House to Luis we make your hunger Happy i Westchester drive n. Main St. Vinyl plastic Flat choose from Over a thousand decorator colors and revitalize you Homo with Gray Seol s fabulous Vinyl plastic plat Interior paints paint is your least expensive decorator and Vinyl plastic plot will provide your furnishings with a Beautiful new background of color that shows them off to Best advantage. It dries in Only 30 minutes to o beautifully soft finish without lop or Brush Marks and is surprisingly Tough Ond easy to Dean Cleon to spatters Ond equipment with plow water. You can Point Ond entertain in the some room Oil in one Day id off regular Price Sray Sui Elkes paint and carpet co. 1310 n. Main St. The. 882-8725 free parking be foul store cog head to address chamber chamber of Commerce members who attend the october session of the Coffee club wednesday will hear a discussion of problems and programs involving the 11-county Region which includes Guilford county. Irvin Black chairman of the Coffee club committee said Lindsay w. Cox. Executive director of the Piedmont triad Council of governments will be the main speaker at the program starting at 10 30 . At the chamber of Commerce building. Cox is expected to Point up the need for Green belts throughout the Region in order to separate each major Urban Center from its neighbors. Black said this Effort seeks to maintain the distinctive geographic features of the cities within the Region while at the same time reaping the benefits of Mutual cooperation. In other activity. Cox is expected to discuss some of the programs in which the Council of governments is currently involved. Black said these include health planning criminal Justice problems of the aging housing water and sewer services land use and land planning environmental planning and transportation. Special examples of Council of governments involvement from High Point and adjoining counties will be presented Black said. The Council of governments now has 26 Active members including High Point. Jamestown Greensboro Guilford county and the nearby communities of Archdale and Thomasville. Rally for Nick set in Asheboro Asheboro a congressman Nick Galifianakis will be present Friday for a rally in Randolph county sponsored by the Galifianakis for Senate committee. The rally will be held in the sir Robert banquet room from 5 p. In. Until kick off time for the Eastern ran Dolph Asheboro High school football game. Hot dogs and hamburgers will be served at the rally. Lewis Supply co. Auto parts factory outlet save a bundle on rebuilt do starters it Imti water pumps in a a Windshield wiper motors it distributors carburettors Power steering pumps alternators 3505 s. Main St. Tel. 431-5960 1709 n. Main St. Tel. 883-1423 \ k i a

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