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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 26, 1974, High Point, North Carolina A deaths amp funerals High Point Enterprise saturday. October 21, 1974 a j. H. Gray 84, of Thomasville Thomasville Julius h. Gray 14, of 201 Randolph St., a retired business executive died saturday at 1 30 a in in Community general Hospital he had Bern ill since july 20 or. Gray was born in Thomasville aug 4. 1890, a son of John a and Nancy Burton Gray and had spent most of his life in this City. He and his brother. Fred b Gray established Gray Concrete co. And he also operated Standard cinder Block co. In Raleigh retiring in 1909, or Gray was a member of first presbyterian Church a Veteran of world War i and was a member of the Culbreth Harris Post of the american legion. On aug i 1941. He was married to miss Helen Hinkle who survives of the Home also surviving is one brother. Fred b Gray of to mock St funeral will be held sunday at 4 in first presbyterian Church by the Hev Homer c. Phifer or burial will be in Thomasville City cemetery. The body will remain at j. C. Green and sons until placed in the Church 30 minutes prior to the service. The family will be at the funeral Home from 7 until 9 tonight mrs. Hardy s. Cox Asheboro mrs. Blanche King Cox 69. Of 1119 s. Cox St died Friday morning at her Home after a Long illness. Surviving Are her husband. Hardy s. Cox a son Royd. Cox of Asheboro and five Sisters mrs Maude Cox of it. 4, Asheboro mrs. Gertrude Brown of Asheboro mrs. Grace Tucker of High Point mrs. Mae Cox of it. 5, Asheboro and mrs. Beth Brown of Madison funeral was to be at 4 today at first by attest Church with the Rev. J. B. Gibson officiating. Bunal will he at Huldah Baptist Church. Sample a. Brown Greensboro Sample a. Brown. 69. Of it i Liberty died thursday in Wesley i Ong Hospital after a Long illness. He was a native of Randolph county and a former Foreman at Stout chair co., Liberty. Surviving Are his wife mrs Vivian h. Brown two sons. John Allen Brown of it. I Franklinville. Bobby Lee Brown of Asheboro a daughter mrs. Barbara Lovill of Langdon no. A Stepson. Ronald Horrell of it i. Franklinville a brother Eugene Brown of Julian and a sister mrs Mae Moore of Asheboro funeral was to be held at 4 pm. Saturday at lot Lin funeral Home Chapel in Liberty with the Rev. Mark Hodgin and the Rev. Walton Dunbar officiating. Burial was to be in Fairview cemetery in Liberty mrs. Lee Ritter Shaw Candor mrs. Lee Ritter Shaw. 55. Of by. 2 died Friday in Moore memorial Hospital. Pinehurst surviving Are her husband James p. Shaw three daughters mrs. Kay Mintz of Randleman mrs. Joan Davidson and mrs. Deborah Sanders All of Asheboro a brother. Woodrow Ritter of Troy and a sister mrs. Millie Gibson of Ellerbe funeral will he 2 p in Sun Day at pleasant Hill United methodist Church with the Rev. Bobby Jordan and the Hev. James Avine officiating. Burial will be at the Church. The family will be at the Pugh Troy funeral Home 7-9 . Today and at other times at the Home of Woodrow hitter West main Street Troy. Mrs. Rubin Dies at 44 Thomasville or Louise Rubin 44, of 55 Hunter St., died thursday at 2 a rn., in Community general Hospital following seven weeks illness. Mrs. Huh in was Horn in Darlington so a daughter of Nora Patterson and the late Tommy Patterson. She had been a resident of Thomasville or the past 17 years and was a member of Friendship Baptist Church. She was a former employee of Carolina underwear co survivors include her husband Harold Lubinof the Home two daughters. Bertha and Nancy huh in and two sons. Benny and Harold Kubin jr., All of the Home her Mother mrs. Nora Patterson of Darlington so. Three Sisters mrs. Francis Kutts and mrs. Mimmie Jones both of Bronx. N Yand miss Susie Patterson of Charlotte and Lour Brothers Henry Jessie and Tommie Patterson All of Darlington. S Cand James Patterson of new York City. Funeral will he sunday at 1 30 p in. In Friendship Bav list Church by the Hev. Rankin Cheek. Bunal will follow in City cemetery. The body will remain at Thomas Hai lip funeral Home until the hour of service. The family will be at the funeral Chapel tonight from 8 to 9 . And at the Home of or. And mrs. Bobby Poole. 122 Smith St Johnny Wilson w Alton Lexington Johnny Wilson Walton 30, formerly of Lexington died Friday morning in jewish memorial Hospital in Roxbury. Massof injuries received in an automobile Accident five months ago funeral arrangements Are incomplete the body will be brought to the Davidson funeral Home. Surviving Are his wife. Mrs. Carol Lowe Walton of Cumberland. R i. Daughter. Miss Deborah Walton sons. Robert Jimmy and Chris Walton of the Home father. James w. Walton of Mobile Ala Sisters mrs. Bennie Strahan of i 3. High Point. Mrs. T a Carlton of Winston Salem. Mrs. Sylvia Patrick of i. I Thomasville Brothers. Robert s. Walton of by. 6, Lexington James h. Walton of Cayce s c. Mrs. Jewel Norris Thomasville funeral for mrs. Jewel Booth Norris. 77. Of 103 Fleer rd., Fairgrove Community was to be held at 2 p in. Today in Siler funeral Home Chapel burial was to follow in Holly Hill cemetery mrs. Norris died wednes Dav at her Home j. W. Edw Ards John Wesley Edwards of 516 Hill St. Died Friday at 9 35 . In High Point memorial Hospital. The body is at Sechrest funeral Horne funeral arrangements were incomplete this morning in service Marine pfc William f. Clapp jr., son of William f. Clapp or. It. 2, Jamestown reported for duty with the 2nd Marine division at the Marine corps base. Camp Lejeune a former student of Ragsdale High school he joined the Marine corps in june 1974 Marine pfc. Hardy m. Foster son of or. And mrs Earl Foster of i. I High Point reported for duty at the Marine corps base. Camp Lejeune. A 1974 graduate of t. Wingate Andrews High school he joined the Marine corps in june 1974 air Force t sgt Claudell. Littleton son of mrs Audry Littleton of 210 Elmhurst ave., is an air traffic control inspector at Headquarters european communications area previously assigned at Zaragoza a Spain he is a 1961 graduate of High Point High school his wife. Ellen. Is the daughter of or. And mrs. Henry Cornea of Casselton. N. D Marine sgt. Paul e. Blakeney of 1410 Davis ave., reported or duty at the Marine corps development and education command. Quantico a. A graduate of Walter Hines Page High school in Greensboro he joined the Marine corps in september. 1970 s. Sgt. Seymore. Jerry d son of retired firefighters Check odor firefighters were called out at 6 05 . Thursday to investigate an odor of smoke in a House at 316 Providence St a detective television set caused the odor according to the report an accidental false alarm came in at 3 09 . From the Adams Millis corp office on n. Elm Street and a malicious false alarm was sounded from a pull Box at w. Ray Avenue and Lindsay Street at 7 to . Air Force technical sergeant Paul b. Seymore of re 3, Sanford is a member of a unit that recently received the u. S. Air Force outstanding chit award. Sgt. Seymore is an air traffic control technician at Pope fab. With the 1943rd communications Squadron that was cited for meritorious service from april i 1972 through Jan. 30. 1974. The sergeant a 1967 graduate of Parkland senior High school. Winston Salem has attended the University of North Carolina and the University of Maryland far East division his Mother mrs. Elsie k. Gobble resides on it. 8, Lexington sgt Seymore s wife. Harriette is the daughter of or. And mrs. Herman a. Pauls of 49 Dunneman St., Charleston s c. Marine pvt. Lewis d. Brindle whose wife Bettie is the daughter of or. And mrs. Johnnie Lopp of it. I Lexington graduated from recruit training at the Marine corps recruit depot Parris Island s c. M. Sgt Fred c. Howard son of or. And mrs. D. W. Howard of 532 Valley dr., Thomasville is a member of a unit that recently received the u. A air Force outstanding unit award. Sgt. Howard is an air traffic control technician at Pope fab n. A with the 1943rd communications Squadron that was cited for meritorious service from april i. 1972 through Jan 30. 1974 the sergeant a 1952 graduate of Thomasville High school received his b. S degree in political science in 1971 from the University of Southern Mississippi. The son of a High Point n. C. Resident has been assigned to Lindsey air station. Germany for duty with a unit of the air Force communications service. Resident from Page 2a City school menus elementary monday hot dog with Chili Cole Slaw French Fries Gelatin tuesday Spaghetti tossed salad French bread Apple Cobbler wednesday Barbecue on Bun Green Beans Orange slurp cookie High school monday hot dog with Chili Orange juice French Fries favorite cake tuesday pizza tossed salad buttered corp Gelatin wednesday Barbecue on Bun French Fries Cole Slaw Lemon pudding schools will be closed thursday arum Friday teacher evaluation Davs. I school report i a live Casey Jones rides again they Call them a the Good old Days a when scenes like this were commonplace. Now it Only evokes nostalgia for the Davs when the a Iron horse belched billowing Clouds of smoke and the shrill whistle signalled an event in every Hamlet across the country a the arrival of the train. This locomotive is the 64-year-old Southern railway steam engine 4501 As it crossed the Tennessee River near Chattanooga recently on its annual a autumn Leaf special from Chattanooga to Crossville and Back. The trip is sponsored by the Tennessee Valley Railroad museum and Southern railway. The special excursion train makes runs throughout the South from Spring until late in the fall effect of Bond Aid proposal explained the state fair is now going on in Raleigh and several groups from Trinity senior High Are Laking Field trips to the fair. These groups include the Fra. Fra. Reca and the science Hub a group of Art students from Trinity went to the museum of contemporary Art in we Inston Salem on wednesday oct. 23 the Anchor club is Selling bulldog posters. These posters can also be purchased showing the mascots of various colleges. The performing dramatics class production of a a Celebration was a great Success the play a contemporary drama was so Well liked that another performance was set for saturday night october 26 at 8 of p in. In the Trinity senior High theater. On tuesday oct. 22. Tamara a contemporary religious band presented a program for the student body. The group it from god s farm located in Sophia. The Fellowship of Christian athletes sponsored the event. Tamara was Well liked by the student body. Raleigh what would it mean to citizens of a county in North Carolina if the voters approve on nov. 5. Allowing local governments to Issue Bonds to Aid private Industry suppose you live in a county which qualifies and about 70 counties qualify As having a economic deficiencies under the Law and your local Power Structure ii wooing a new Industrial a amp Spect. Or an existing local Industry is about to close Down because the Law requires some new and expensive air or water pollution control devices your local Board of county commissioners could set up a county pollution abatement and Industrial facilities financing authority which would have the Power to put the backing of the local and state governments behind some Bonds to help out by Bill Noblitt there would by seven members appointed by the county commissioners on the authority. That Hoard could decide to sell Bonds up to $5 million for a single Industrial Prospect but with a no limit on the number of different projects which could be helped those Bonds will be sold through the Normal channels handling local governmental Bonds i the local government commission in Raleigh and sold to the High bidder. Income from the interest would be tax free to the buyer the local authority would Paula Jean 18, of n. Main on for Street Wolchesky Street. Drunken driving charges were lodged against James William Ray 21, of greens Boro Delmar k. Todd 24, of Lawndale Avenue Larry Junior Tonkin 29, of n. Hamilton Street and Warren Jackson Wilson 42, of bin Wood Circle. Coy Monroe Adams jr., 16, of Langdale drive was charged with failure to heed a Blue Light and Siren and Possession of Beer under age John Otis Brown 23, of Ennis Street was charged with assault with a deadly weapon Robert Edward Williams 41. Of Woodrow Avenue seven counts of issuing worthless checks and Henry Lee Overcash 47, of Thomasville driving while his License was permanently revoked with this during his talk and in the question and answer period afterwards Carson did not refer to Edmisten by name. There was one reference without mention of Edmisten directly in Carson s speech however. He said a we need someone As attorney general who is familiar with North Carolina Laws and its system of Justice. Edmisten served for to years on the staff of sen Sam Ervin or. In Wasington because of this Carson has charged Edmisten is not fully qualified to be the attorney general. Later Friday Carson Leaf allotment leasing now permitted Washington a owners and operators of farms in three Eastern North Carolina counties now will be Able to lease their flue cured tobacco allotments to other farms in nearby counties up to now the transfers have been limited to within the county since 1897 Carson from Page 2a. Defended Sechrest service 1301 e Lexington ave i 882-2555 i 885-2145 self Otto Mohta ians sunday Ila Mae lax up in Sach Rait a it a a income Cut John Wesley Edwards his management and maintenance of two tenement houses he owns in a Black neighbourhood in Charlotte. He was questioned about the houses after William Jamison Charlottes building inspector visited one of the houses and said it did not meet building code requirements Jamison has not issued any citations concerning the alleged violations however. Violations of the building code were found in 1971 and citations issued the houses were fixed promptly at that time Jamison said in an interview with a Charlotte television station Friday Carson said he did not consider the property a slum. He said he had looked Al the property in september and satisfied himself it met code requirements. According to tax records Carson received 13.ooo rom the houses in 1973 and spent $2,200 on maintenance on them. He said Friday he would he willing to spend whatever is necessary to bring the houses up to City standards. A a a a a a a a a Friendly then use the Money to build a Plant designed and located to suit the needs of the Prospect. The local government would own the building tor the pollution control equipment and lease it to the Industry involved. Then the county would continue to own that building or equipment for the term of the Bond up to 40 years though 13 years is average and then the county could sett the Plant to the Industry North Carolina is one of Only two states in the nation not now involved in some form of Revenue Bonds to Aid private Industry a fact which Industry Hunters say hurts their prospects Here in Brief fashion Are some of the questions and criticisms raised about this proposal what counties would to Able to Issue such Bonds to qualify As a distressed area a county must have at least one of the following unemployment at least six per cent tor 12 months average manufacturing wages at least to per cent below state average per capita income at least 10 per cent lower j than state average loss of population due to Lack of i jobs. Is local tax Money to be committed no. A county or state can to spend Public Money on private Industry. Only the local and state government s Good Faith is used to Hack the Bonds. What if the Industry goes broke the local authority is holding the bag owns the building or equipment and must find a new lease lose its credit reputation by not paying the Bonds will there he safeguards or restrictions the state department of natural and economic resources anti the local government commission both will Monitor activity there is a $5 million limit for any one Industry critics contend however that state level checks will stand Little Chance in the face of booming local support for a Bond Issue for a Given Industry despite any possible Pitfalls. Why a constitutional amendment for the voters twice the general Assembly has tried to pass such Laws and twice the North Carolina supreme court has ruled them unconstitutional so legislators derided to go for the Amend ment instead should t a healthy Industry pay its own Way fared with High interest and trouble raising capital to the Stock Market Many industries Are Hunting better ways to finance new or expanded building mortuary phone 885-5045 102 Chestnut or. Saturday june Marshall Randall or. Pm Cump Crumm monday James t. Bratton Ila in c. Me c>40< of the people by the people for the people from the people. Voice. Moni us a 882-8121 it a a a a a a a a a in to v u \ it a to "1 my 35�?� 30k-i tempered Glass storm door builders Mart inc. Hwy 66 Kernersville . J that a what the United Way is All about. People. People with problems. Young people. People Hil by disasters. People without Homes. People out of Wor Wand people willing to help. People who Tare the United Way. Ifs the worlds greatest program of people helping people. People just like you. Thank to you it i working. The United Way. A. Tatuna4d Way of 14 ,. Ohm in it met i>a>�4a� 4 try 144

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