High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Oct 29 1976, Page 16

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 29, 1976, High Point, North Carolina Sii Mick fold inter prior Friday october 29. F7� deaths and funerals. Burton rites set saturday James Paul Burton of 101 Magnolia court died Thun Day at i p in in Mich Point memorial Hospital he had keen in declining health several months and critically ill two weeks or Burton was bom in High Point a son of James Robert and utile Bell Shore Burton he had lived in High Point All of Hia life and had been employed by Piedmont wholesale co for so Man he was a member of Green Siree Baptist Church surviving Are three Brothers. Phillip Robert and William a Burton both of the Home and Ivan Howard Burton of is Angeles Calif funeral will be at i 30 p in saturday in ser rest Chapel by or e w Price or burial will be in Guilford memorial Park cemetery the body will remain at ser rest funeral Home and the family will be there tonight 7 to i so mrs William Webb Lexington mrs Jessie Gregg Webb. Of. Of 111 Snider ave died thursday to a Cuington memorial Hospital she was a native of Morgan county. Ga., and was employed by j f Ward co for 26 years. She was a member of second United Church of Christ surviving Are Ber husband William Bill Webb a daughter mrs Stacy faster of Lexington two sons. James Webb of it 5. Lexington. And Coy Lee Webb of Charlotte and ism states mrs. George Phillips and mrs Jim Brooks both of Lancing ton funeral will be Al 3 p in saturday at second United Church of Christ by the Rev Billy Joe Leonard and or a Odell Leonard burial will be in Forest Hill memorial Park the family will be at Piedmont funeral Home tonight 7 to 9. Miss Sadie Leonard Lexington miss sidle Leonard. <8. Of fit is. Welcome Community died thursday morning in Baptist Hospital i Winston Salem she was a native of Davidson county and was a retired employee of p h Hanes knitting co in Winston Salem she was a member of Center United methodist Church surviving Are her Mother mrs mealie b. Leonard of the Home four Sisters. Mrs Alta Merritt and mrs Allen Leonard both of it is. Lexington and mrs. Howard twine and mrs William Allgood both of Winston Salem and seven Brothers. Coy and Joe Leonard both of i. 14. Lexington. John Blake Homer Ray. Jesse and Tommy Leonard both of i is. Lexington funeral will be at s saturday at Center United methodist Church by the Rev Benny Bearden the family will be at Davidson funeral Home tonight 7 to 9 Simc i97 Sechrest service 1301 it Kington ave 882-2555 885-2145 1 j m no i Torto to. 041 a Aboav Grady Lee Mcguire la a in we if it i c in pc saturday or Ann Taylor Patrick la a in 5dthr#�t Chape or. Esther Harrington Brooks Hughes in in n ahem Bali it Church Robah Lee Garrett in in see Hresi Chape James Paul Burton j lop in Sec brei Chapel j. W. Mcadden is dead at 64 John we lev my adder 44. Of Wesleyan arms inc died thursday at 9 so p in in Wesleyan Arm he had Beer in declining health for the past three year or or adder a bom in Randolph fourty dec 14. 1901 a we cd Hugh and mar fica Law Mcadden he had been a re Idem of High Point for 56 years and was last employed by Harris music a he was a member of first Wesleyan Church and a member of the men s Bible Tass of the sunday school in May 5, 1923 he married miss Tara Mae Albertson she died nov 27 i97j surviving Are three daughters. Mrs Hollis Edith Yarborough of 714 Granville St. Mrs Garland a Loraine Bryant of 414 grand St and or Clyde it Lorelei Kennedy of Sill Dugdale drive two sons. John Kenneth Mcadden of 2409 Vanbaren St and Joseph Daniel Mcadden of 403 player drive 14 grandchildren la great grandchildren one sister. Miti Emma Mcadden of Randleman and two brother. Robert and win Ford Mcadden. Both of Randleman funeral will be sunday Al 2 30 p in at first Wesleyan i Hurch by or j a Grout and or Clydr a. Parker burial will by in Springfield friends meeting cemetery the body will remain at Cumby mortuary Chestnut drive until placed in the c Hurch so minute before the service the family will be there saturday night 7 to 9 and at the Home of mrs Hollis Yarborough. 714 Granville St pallbearers will be Donnie Manring Tim Yarborough Roger Bryant. Jimmy Millikan Terry Cromer and Richard Hester mrs Raymond Patrick mrs Ann Taylor Patrick. 56. Of 2314 heme drive. New Orleans. La died tuesday at 4 25 pm in Touro infirmary. New Orleans she had been seriously ill four weeks or Patrick was bom it Surry county dec 4. 1919, a daughter of Wiley Orv Ille and Mamie Kirkman Taylor. On june 9. 1962, she married Raymond Patrick she was a former resident of High Point and was employed at High Point memorial Hospital while living Bere she had lived it new Orleans a yetis and a of the Baptist Faith surviving Are her husband of the Home six sister mrs Bill thelmal Helton of Modesto. Calif. Mrs Phillip Ciavarelli of los Angeles. Calif. Mrs Alex Doris i Moore of Trinity. Mrs Clyde Mary i Myers of Elon College mrs Thomas e. I Peggy i Odum of Clinton and mrs Donald la 11 i a n a Johnson of Tacoma Wash and one brother. Jack b Taylor of Archdale. Funeral will be at la a in saturday it ser rest Chapel by the Rev Kenneth a. Miller burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery the body will re main at Sec Brest funeral Home and the family will be there tonight 7 to 9 and at the Home of mrs Beverly Davis. 218 Ken View drive Archdale 102 Chestnut of High Point iss Soa -&Quot"vto"1 1 206 to Noall so Archdale 431 to 14 a a was or. Samuel h. Voa Canon i p in Gre Vna Val i to o Friend Offler incomplete or. John Mcadden Elmo to Aav Maoai the o oat of a Golden Aula Floyd Langley Republican Randolph county commissioner a read Twete Tho understand Roomy 0vr�?iol Manton toot school Grotto Sou on in i do Tai form Koto now to sow toot to Boty Vot r nov. I pod Tor by Boyd Longloy t oin n. E. Collins Bassett to Noey Edward Collins 66. Died thursday morning in Marlin Seville Hospital he was a retired employee of Bassett industries after 24 years service. Surviving Are his wife or Beta Holt Collins two daughters. Mrs Erlene make of Lawsonville and mrs Linda Faye Cassell Ai Bassett three Sisters. Mrs Jean Mabr of Bassett. Mrs Jettye Martin of Walnut Cove. No and mrs Beatrice Manring of High Point no. And a brother. Sam Collins of Pilot Moun lain. N c funeral will be at 2 p in saturday in Kussell s Creek primitive Baptist Tirch by elder Frank Pegram and elder Benny Clifton burial will be in Patrick memorial gardens in Stuart the body will be at the borne. Of. F. Vanhoy Asheboro William Ford Van Roy or. 87. Of 1007 Markle ave died thursday morning in Randolph Hospital following four Days of serious illness he a a native of Surry county and taught school from 1921 to 1932 in and around emf Dunville he was a former postmaster of Yadkinville retiring in 1958 he was a member of Asheboro friends meeting surviving Are a daughter. Mrs Margaret Blair Ai new port Richey Fla and a son. William f Vanhov or. Of Asheboro funeral will be at la a in saturday at Ridge funeral Home Chapel graveside services will be at 2 90 saturday in Brannon friends meeting cemetery near Yadkinville the family will be at he funeral Home tonight 7 to 9 mrs c. C. Spencer Salisbury mrs Lena Hurch Spencer 72. Of 214 n. Railroad St., East Spencer died wednesday it to Gene s nursing Home she was a native of Randolph county and was employed by Robbins hosiery Mill prior to her retirement surviving Are her husband Claude c. Spencer a son. Leroy Hill of High Point a daughter mrs Elzabeth Spry of the Home a sister mrs Ellen Spencer of High Point and a brother. Henry e Davis of Randolph county funeral was to be at 2 90 today at East Spencer Church of god by the Rev. Bobby s. Brackett and the Rev Lloyd Brindle burial was to be in mount Gilead United methodist Church in Randolph county mrs. H. D. Wetmore Greensboro mrs Clara Mcfetters Wetmore 53. Of 2802 Martinsville Road died thursday morning in Moses Cone Hospital. She was a native of High Point and had lived in Staten Island n for 16 years before returning to Greensboro in 1975 surviving Are her husband. Harry d Wetmore Ai Staten Island a son. Harold George Wetmore of Greensboro her Mother. Mrs Lillian Suter Mcfetters. And father George a. Mcfetters of Greensboro and a sister mrs. Sam Barbara Martin of Greensboro graveside services will be at la a in saturday in Westminster gardens by the Rev Donald Lannon. The family will be at Haney Une Berry North Elm Street funeral Home tonight 7 to 9. North main at Farriss Avenue aas.5049 Harold clavis atm bar. Preferred Umici dwt i taiwnoliw1 the Issue is not wet versus dry Abc Means alcoholic beverage control vote yes nov. 2 terrorist no Man s land House gop Al a mrs Sarah Pierce Kernersville or Sarah Leutbecher Pierce. 83, of 1522 old Greensboro Road died wednesday night in for Byth memorial Hospital she was a native of Baltimore. Myand was a member of first Baptist Church in w Ilmington surviving Are a daughter mrs Lee Thome of Kernersville. Two Sisters. Mrs a b Cheathan or of Wilmington and or Malcolm Scales of Montross a. And three grandchildren graveside services were to be at 3 p in today at Guilford memorial Park by the Rev Dan Griffin min l. E Rockett Randleman mrs l e. Rocket. 92. Of re i. Randleman died this morning in Oakhurst nursing Home in Greensboro surviving Are two son. W c. And h h Rockett both of it i. Randleman two Stepson e g Rockett of i i. Greensboro and John Rockett of Apex two stepdaughter. Mrs Katherine Cashion of Hickory and mrs Elsie male Richardson of Burlington to grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren funeral arrangements Are incomplete the body is at Pugh funeral Home in Randleman mrs g. P. Pulliam Kernersville mrs Agnes Lucille Holder Pulliam 75. Of 818 Piney Grove Road died thursday in Forsyth memorial Hospital. She was a resident of Kernersville for so years and a of Tim Baptist Faith surviving Are her husband. Grover p Pulliam a daughter. Mrs. Lawrence a be of Kernersville a son. Robert l. Pulliam of Kernersville. And two Brothers. Debs Holder and myer Holder both of King funeral will be at 2 saturday at Pierce funeral Home Chapel by the Rev Sam Ashburn and the Rev Herman Newsome. Burial will be in Kernersville memory gardens the family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9 mrs. Dom it a Haywood Troy a mrs Dometha Haywood. 58. Of 498 w Fairground ave died wednesday at her Home. She was a member of Covington missionary Baptist Church surviving Are a sister. Mrs Bertha teen sier of Troy and a brother James Mcray of Asheboro funeral will be at i p in saturday at Covington missionary Baptist Church by the Rev j d Bratton burial will be in Freeman Hill cemetery the family will be at Kearns funeral Home Chapel tonight 7 to 8 30 Alimony flight Bond May be county record Lexington a sheriffs dept spokesman said thursday that the $750.-000 Bond set for a Man who allegedly is fleeing an out of state Alimony judgment is perhaps the highest Bond Ever set in the county Jerome Belsky is accused of fleeing Alimony settlements in Massachusetts. Florida and new York Hugh Shepherd clerk of Superior court said he set the Bond at that figure because Belsky a wife claims he has a history of fleeing judgments Belsky was arrested at a Trade fair in Charlotte then transported to Davidson county jail on an order signed by Shepherd Belsky is said to be a resident of Miami Fla. The arrest order was issued after lie nor Belsky her Florida attorney and Thomasville attorney e w Hooper served a civil complaint tuesday against Belsky from i age to teacher commented at the same time they believed that a part of the Story that May not have come out show the harass men a not totally without provocation teacher feel it should be stopped but students Don t just pick out another student to harass for no reason there is at least that question still. Another Leacher stated Many think Central name has been unfairly tarnished by the disclosures a i feel that Central has been harmed tremendously a Andrews commented Quot our Stock has gone Down considerably Andrews said a group of student leaders want to respond to criticism generated by the publicity Quot but i told them to Watt a few Days maybe until after the weekend to do he said Burns firemen watch saturday High Point firemen were called to eastward Street thursday at 8.41 p in when a vacant House caught fire. Eastward is in that Section of Randolph county Between the High Point City limits and 1-85 it runs off old Thomasville Road this Section has been a matter of controversy for a number of years in the area of fire Protection the area. Known As Quot no Man s is outside the City and is not in any of the fire districts of the county Volunteer departments when there is a fire in the area trucks Are dispatched but firemen Are not authorized to fight the fire local fire prevention chief t g. Shelton said residents of the area Are aware of their situation but have taken no to be made to teachers salaries she favors increasing the number of Steps in the teacher s pay scale so that Long term teachers continue to receive raises. Quot we need to explore what we can do for the Revenue available. Mrs Sebo said. She would also seek a reduction of class size in lower grades an improve ment in the distribution of learning materials and a clarification of the Community College system in its relationship to Public schools crime. Industrial development equal Opportunity and Protection of natural resources Are other top issues mrs Sebo says. She feels some limiting of judicial discretion in sentencing is needed and that Effort to promote new Industry have to be balanced by efforts to retain the Industry we already have she favors Era and right to work Laws and is opposed to the death penalty. Mike s hied Berg Smedberg is a Greensboro resident and a member of the Tabor party his top priority would be a to integrate North Carolina into the economic development programs of the National Tabor party this would include the International development Bank a new monetary system that party has devised to replace six run from Fage i by the current International monetary system the Tabor forces Sav will soon collapse also involved in this new system would be an emergency employment act these programs would require certain changes in banking Laws and would enable two major things to happen Quot Smedberg said a first it would provide massive credit to Industry and agriculture to increase the capital intensive Industry in the state and modernize the garment and textile industries it would also allow the necessary social service programs to develop As the population ability to pay for the increases Smedberg Calls Era a Quot bogus Issue and says he is against the death penalty Mcneill Smith Smith is a Greensboro attorney who is seeking his third term in the state Senate he served in the state House prior to that. He is a graduate of unc Chapel Hill and the Columbia University Law school. Among the issues Smith considers important Are tax Reform Utility Reform crime control and prison Reform education and economic development. He favors redistribution of the tax Burden to the higher income Levels repeal of the food Tux increasing taxes to those mrs. Sebo from rage in Holshouser said because they Don t like Carter s position he also pointed out the repeal of Section 14-b is favored by the democratic National platform. A that s what the party whose Banner they run under stands for Quot he said Quot if they Don t like it they ought to get Holshouser told a group of local gop workers at tile party head Quai Tern on n main Street the race Between Carter and Ford is going Down to the wire. Quot the people who do a Good Job next tuesday of calling the voters and getting them out will be the Holshouser said the govenor. Who cannot succeed himself is travelling the state visiting local Headquarters to encourage party workers to get the vote out he said reaction to a monday television show which detailed the accomplishments of his administration and which he personally paid $13,000 to air. Had been Good to re Fox Robert Bob tester for than Guilford county t Board of education paid for by friends of Bob Fetter Igi i 7itd 4 election night action to pay fire tax and come under the Protection of a Volunteer department it was not known today who owned the property other fire Calls thursday were routine there was a Leaf fire in the too Block of Edgar place at 8 30 pm Smit burning out of a Chimney or Edge Dale drive at 4 31 . And a Call to Wash Down filled gasoline at 2 18 Mizell to Stop at Thomasville Thomasville Wilmer Mizell. Republican candidate for the fifth District con Gressional seat will make a Campaign Stop at Frankie and Odic s garage on new Highway 44 at 8 p in today making Over $20,000 a year and altering the tax on luxury items he believes in pea Load pricing of Utility rates better use of City and county jails and decentralized prison ramps. Reducing class size and increasing teacher salaries to the National average level and Volunteer or paid employment opportunities for the elderly Smith supports Era and a Sunset Law. And opposes the death penalty True picture take time out for reflection a see if you Are As reasonable As you expect others to be Asheboro the last Republican rally of the current political Campaign in Randolph county will be saturday at 7 pm. At the armed forces Center in Asheboro featured guests for the night will include most of the Republican candidates for Council of state offices also on hand will he mrs James Holshouser wife of the governor. Governor and Steve Flaherty son of David Flaherty. Republican candidate for governor polls from Page it already 4.000 Absentee ballots the most in history results of Absentee voting will not Bea noticed until 8 .10 p in tuesday Adams also demonstrated the new method the Board of election elections will use tuesday night a announcing totals at courtroom number one at the old courthouse at the governmental Center at 8 30 p in Hans Call for using projectors ease screens vote no Abc Issue november 2 a Ltd a a re elect Gilbert r. Davis dedicated experienced lifelong Tendon of Randolph county North Carolina House of representatives a a >1�� vote for John f. Ranis or. Democrat for District court judge a licensed attorney 1952 a assistant City attorney for Greensboro 1953 1962 a assistant clerk Superior court and Legal officer 1962 to present a fourteen years of judicial experience Tom rums Campaign Commeth 74 to our open House sunday october 31 2-5 . You re invited this sunday afternoon to inspect our Brand new offices amp meat our Complete staff of real estate experts. Thare la be free refreshments plus you can Register to win a color t v. See you there of it Limie i i Nom i it it lot a a not Point Varnad f Wood. Clumar Raleigh High Point a Greensboro a Winston Salem see your vote count Al i i Quot a lit t t

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