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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 24, 1976, High Point, North Carolina Thomasville crafts fair in the top photograph Julia Boan of Thomasville displays the a Santa mouse a dolls she has created at the Thomasville crafts fair held saturday at the Hauss gymnasium under the sponsorship of the Thomasville recreation dept. The lower picture shows Teresa Eller aged 4, of High Point doing Tennessee paper backs Gerald Ford Memphis a Tennessee s largest daily newspaper has endorsed Gerald Ford for president a when Gerald Ford took Over the presidency on aug. 9, 1974, this nation s government was in disarray and Many were fearful for the future a an editorial in the sunday morning edition of the commercial Appeal reads. The new president spoke to those fears immediately assuring us that he would be the president of All the people he has made Good on those pledges and the nation is indebted to him for Healing the trauma of 1973-74 and restoring respect to the office of the chief democratic nominee Jimmy Carter the editorial says has failed to define his positions. They say the former Georgia governor a has spoken much but Many citizens still find it impossible to divine specific answers to questions that need answers. He has served up a lot of warmed Over theories and solutions a behind his vagueness there seems to be a desire to return to the keynesian approaches of Franklin Roosevelt s new Deal and Lyndon Johnson s great society without recognizing that by so doing he is again raising expectations beyond the capacities of democratic the commercial Appeal which four years ago endorsed Richard m. Nixon said in All Candor president Ford has done some things they wished he had not done among them the Early Pardon of former president Nixon. A but we accept his explanation that even that was done to help put the trauma of watergate behind the newspaper which has a paid circulation of 209,866 and More than 294,000 for its sunday Issue also disagreed on Fords rejection of a Bill putting restrictions on strip mining and his nomination of what the editorial called a two less than qualified candidates for the Tennessee Valley authority Board. A it is True he has vetoed Many Bills a the editorial adds a but in most cases this was not because he was insensitive to needs but because of his concern for moderation and preventing Tass debate did t educate Moscow a the soviet news Agency Tass said saturday that the final election debate Between president Ford and democratic challenger Jimmy Carter still failed to answer the biggest questions facing americans a most of the time in the discussion was occupied by fruitless arguments about such individual questions As How to prohibit or not to prohibit abortions constitutionally whether to do open Cut Coal mining whether to Register or not Register firearms what criteria to use in choosing judges and appointing candidates to state posts etc.,�?� Tass said. Problems of maintaining peace ending the arms race and dealing with unemployment were virtually ignored in the debate Friday night the Agency said. Another Tass dispatch indicated the soviet Union still approves of the Arab Boycott against Israel which has been condemned by both candidates in the . Election Campaign. Reporting on the meeting of the Boycott s organizers in Baghdad. Iraq Tass said the Boycott a is chiefly aimed at fighting the aggressive and expansionist policy of the israeli referring to statements by Carter in opposition to the Boycott and moves in the . Congress to fight it the Agency said a the anti Boycott position of the whose officials talk a lot about a balanced policy toward the arabs has evoked a storm of indignation in the Arab a Tel Aviv continues to occupy and develop Arab lands while it continues to demand that the arabs show Good will and lift the Boycott a deaths and funerals mrs. Scearce William Thomas Freeman rites Dies at 87 Deaton 80 High Point Enterprise sunday october 24, 1976 to her Best including some help from her Tongue to sign the Register at the Entrance. By mid afternoon about 200 persons had visited the event to see displays presented by 44 area craftsmen. Officials Hope this will become an annual event. Photos by on Petrei mrs. Agnes Smith Scearce 87, of 1803 Mcguinn dr., died saturday at 9 45 . In High Point memorial Hospital. She had been in declining health three years. She was born april 22,1889, in Ruffin a daughter of James f. And Sally Ferris Smith. A resident of High Point for 47 years she was married dec. 26, 1909, to Joseph Daniel Scearce who died several years ago. She was a member of Calvary United methodist Church a member of the Molly Phipps sunday school class and the Golden age club. Surviving Are four daughters mrs. Beulah Slawter of 2209 e. Lexington ave., mrs. Thomas Lena Mcguire of St. Louis. Mo., mrs. Gene Marjie of Webster Groves. Mo., and mrs. Dean Iris Dull of 1803 Mcguinn or. Two sons Leonard Scearce of it. I Trinity and j. D. Scearce of 512 Manor or 19 grandchildren 13 great grandchildren and one sister mrs. Julia Williams of Danville a funeral will be 2 . Monday in Calvary United methodist Church by the Rev Herman c. Beck burial will be in Floral Garden 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 funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9. Pallbearer will be grandsons Thomas Charles l., Donald w., Barry And Richard d. Scearce and Kinney Dull. Members of the Molly Phipps class Are requested to sit in a group at the funeral William Thomas Deaton 80, of 515 Oakland place died at 7 . Saturday at High Point memorial Hospital. Or. Chester Haworth a Guilford county medical examiner ruled death was due to a self inflicted gunshot wound. The body is at the Sechrest funeral Home and funeral arrangements were incomplete late saturday. Pedestrian is killed on . 62 a Thomasville resident was killed Early saturday evening when he was hit by a vehicle As he walked on n. C 62 South of Trinity. State patrolman . Mcleod said George Washington Johnson 80, of 311 Winston St., Thomasville was dead on arrival at the High Point memorial Hospital following the Accident at 7 05 . Mcleod said Johnson was walking North on . 62 when he was hit by a vehicle moving in the same direction. Operator of the vehicle was Gordon Lane Haire of 309 Cloniger St., Thomasville. Mcleod said no charges have been filed set monday Thomasville Colon Freeman 55, of 104 pleasant Grove rd., died saturday at 2 15 . In High Point memorial Hospital after suffering a heart attack earlier at hit Home. He was born in High Point dec. 20,1920, a son of John r. And Ida bean Freeman and had been a resident of Davidson county for 35 years. He was last employed w Ith Brookridge furniture co. In High Point As Plant manager. He was a member of pleasant Grove United methodist Church the men s Bible class of the Church and was a Veteran of world War ii. On june 28, 1940, he was married to miss Alice Kennedy who survives of the Home. Also surviving Are one daughter mrs. Bobby Karen Young of 115 pleasant Grove re. A sister mrs. Margaret Simmons of High Point two Brothers Grady f Reeman of Calif and Colvin Freeman of Burnsville and two grandchildren. Funeral will be monday at 4 . In pleasant Grove United methodist Church by the Rev. Thomas Howard with burial in the Church cemetery. The body will remain at j. C. Green and sons funeral Horn until placed in the Church 30 minutes prior to the service the family will be at the Home of the daughter mrs. Young and at the funeral heme sunday from 7 until 9 p. In. B. L. Holder Randleman Byrum Lee Holder 42, of 610 s. Main St., died saturday morning in the veterans Hospital in Durham following several months of illness he was born nov. 19, 1933, in Randolph county a son of mrs. Maxie Allred Holder and the late Charles Edward Holder. He was a Brick Mason. Surviving is his wife mrs. Maris Tucker Holder of the Home one daughter Julie Holder of the Home four stepdaughters mrs. Brenda Routh. Mrs. Kathy Whittington and mrs. Grovena Wilson All of Randleman and mrs Diane Trogdon of Asheboro his Mother two Brothers Donald Holder of Randleman and Wayne Holder of Asheboro and one sister mrs. Pat Russell of Asheboro. Funeral will be 2 monday in Calvary Baptist Church by the Rev. Richard Whiteheart and the Rev. Richard Trogdon with burial in country holiness cemetery. The body will remain at Pugh funeral Home until placed in the Church 30 minutes before the service. The family will be at the funeral Home from 7 until 9 . Today. Bell infant funeral for Shelia Renee Bell 4-months-old daughter of Morris c. And Sheron Mcclellan Bell of 1408 Bethel dr., will be held at a later Date in Huntington A. The body has been sent to Henson mortuary in Huntington for completion of arrangements the infant died Friday Playboy Secretary on jews Given the prowl for cats jail terms in Russia storm expected to gain strength of Hurricane a Gerald Ford has More than measured up to our expectations and we believe he has the capacity to become an even better president then he already has demonstrated he can Miami apr conditions appeared favourable for a tropical depression 725 Miles Southeast of Bermuda to develop into tropical storm Holly late saturday night or sunday forecasters said. At 6 Edt saturday the depression was entered near latitude 23.2 North and Longitude 59.0 West. Forecasters at the National Hurricane Center said the depression had shifted to the West and was roving West Northwest Between to and 15 mph. Winds were reported at 35 Miles per hour by an air Force reconnaissance plane and were expected to hit the tropical storm threshold of 39 m p h. By sunday. Forecasters said the depression will not threaten any land area for the next two Days the Atlantic Hurricane season began on june i and ends nov. 30. Moscow a four jews who sat in at the soviet Central committee building have been Given 15-Day jail sentences jewish sources said saturday. The four were among More than 30 jews who have staged sit in demonstrations during the past week demanding to know when their applications for exit visas to Israel will be approved. The charge against the four who sat in on thursday was not Clear however they Are thought to be the persons referred to in a Tass news Agency account on Friday which said a measures of administrative Law were applied to a group of persons who had committed a provocative and Hooligan actions a a spokesman for the demonstrating jews said there was no sit in on saturday but that the group is now considering what further action to take during the coming week. The names of the jailed protesters were Given As Arkady poly shuck Boris Chernobilsky Mikhail Kremen and Viktor Illustrator the other participants in thursdays sit in were removed from the building at the end of the Day sent in buses to the Edge of Moscow and told to make their own Way Home. Morgan to speak at College sen Robert Morgan will speak at High Point College wednesday at la a in. In 106 Haworth Hall the speech is open to the Public. State Senate candidates Kathy Sebo and Rachel Gray and state House candidate Mary Seymour will speak to the High Point democratic women tuesday at 7 30 in the democratic Headquarters in the 200 Block of North main Street. Daily grind to make both ends Meed today we All have a Choice a make More Money or spend less. Prosperity sometimes disarms a Man hut adversity furnishes him the weapons to fight Back Chicago a late at night or at the crack of Dawn a when the City is subdued and meow can be heard a Ellen Yanow stalks the streets and alleys looking for lost cats. The 31-year-old president of tree House a a nonprofit cat shelter a says she has found about too s trays in the last two years. The a cat lady is a Secretary at Playboy Magazine and usually does her sleuthing with two other volunteers so More ground can be covered. They Post notices talk to neighbourhood children and try to learn the traits that might help tracking Down the missing cats a i know i May look ridiculous out looking for cats and in a always getting stopped by policemen wanting to know what a Young lady is doing roaming around late at night with a bag of cat food a said mrs. Yanow. Mrs Yanow who has four cats of her own usually goes after cats whose owners Cal tree House for help. A cats Are confused after having a Home atmosphere a she said. A they Are frightened Little things when they become lost. It May take hours or Days for us to find she said she once waited three hours during the night for a Kitten to enter a wire Cage like trap placed in a vacant lot. A one of our women worked three weeks tracking Down a cat she got to know its habits what it ate what trails it followed. But she catch it. Finally she climbed Down a manhole and set a trap among the pipes under the ground a said mrs Yanow. A she got the Little most lost cats Are found within several blocks of their Home she said. A in cold weather the most common place to find them is under the Hood of parked cars a she said. A they climb in there when the engine is still warm there Are hundreds of cats killed or injured this mrs. Yanow said she never had a pet until she got a sickly Kitten four years ago. Mrs. H. L. Lambeth Thomasville mrs Johnsie Conley Lambeth 71, wife of Harry Lee Lambeth of 1900 First St., Winston Salem and formerly of Thomasville died Friday at 11 10 pm in Forsyth memorial Hospital in Winston Salem. She had been in declining health several months. She was born in Marion sept. 2, 1905, a daughter of r. L. And Hennie Garden Conley and had been a resident of Thomasville 42 years moving to Winston Salem in 1971 she was a member of memorial unit Ftp methodist Church a member of the Thomasville woman a club and the Phi Beta club on sept 21, 1929. She was married to or. Lambeth who survives of the Home. Also surviving Are two sons Robert Lambeth of Asheboro and Harry Lambeth jr., of Winston Salem one daughter mrs Alexander Martha Gibbs of Columbus Ohio four Sisters mrs. Lucille Miller and mrs. Sara Sherrill of Marion mrs Vincent pita of Coral Gables fla., and mrs. C. E. Exum or. Of Charlotte two Brothers T. Conley of Candor and r Lee Conley of Marion and to grandchildren. Funeral will be monday at 2 in j c. Green and sons Chapel by the Rev James r. Westmoreland burial will be in Thomasville City cemetery. The family will be at the funeral Home sunday from 7 until 9 memorials May be directed to the arthritis foundation North main at Farriss Avenue 885-5049 Harold clavis member preferred funeral director International hath Tia. 102 Chestnut or High Point 885-5045 206 Tindale re Archdale 431-9124 mortuary member. The order of the Golden Rule since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 e Lexington ave 882-2555 885-2145 Herndon i r he cat lady and two of her charges 7 a Iiona. I a Floc of d morticians sunday mrs. Susan Quinn j p in St Michael lutheran Church mrs. Hattie Elizabeth Hill Simmons 3 30 p in Sethre amp to Chapel incomplete Sheila Renee Bell incomplete mrs. Agnes Smith Scearce funeral service starting at $545.00 phone 431-1119 s Ornelis funeral Home Comfort Pride love a the burials Kings at a savings from $5�fi is 41.ooo when compared to the Cost of 2 Graves 2 vaults 2 grave openings Ond a companion memorial. Clip this Coupon arts mail with your name and address for free information at no obligation. 312 Mon lieu ave. Mame. High Point . Andress. Tel. 888-4245 cl7ytut

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