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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 16, 1976, High Point, North Carolina 2d High Point Enterprise thursday september 16, 1976 defendant in murder takes witness stand Barry Chilton 20, took the witness stand wednesday in Superior court in the Case in which he is charged with the shooting death of his father Ralph Grayson Chilton. 52. The defendant said that his Mother and father had been arguing March 30 and that his Mother left the Home on Bethel drive. He said that his Mother had come to the place where he worked and asked that he go Back to the House and get her clothes. Chilton said that he placed a loaded Shotgun on the Back seat of his car for Protection because he remembered his father kept a gun in the House Chilton said that after he arrived at the House he had words with his father left the House to get the gun and then started Back inside. He said he heard silverware rattling in the Kitchen and that when he started to enter his father jumped from behind the stove and came at him with a knife. Other testimony was heard relating to Domestic problems Between the husband and wife of 23 years in one incident the Mother was reported to have shot her husband five times. She is reportedly under a five year suspended sentence for shooting her husband. In other cases this week. Judge Julius a. Rousseau or. Sentenced Michael Dewitt Dalton 19. Of Park Street to 30-40 years in prison on a charge of second degree burglary. Dalton had originally been charged with first degree burglary at the Home of Henry David Gibson on Delmont Street March 26 in which a Safe was stolen. He was convicted june 17, but sentencing was delayed while a pre sentence investigation was made. Also William Harris 16, of mount place was Given three years on a charge of breaking into Charlies Steak House on s. Main Street april 20. The state took voluntary dismissals in charges of breaking and entering Larency and theft of credit cards against Harris. Larry Wayne Morrison 25. Of Greensboro was Given 15-24 months on a charge of escaping from work release. Poush partitions for 118 years Between 1795 and 1918, Poland did not exist. The last of three partitions among Russia Prussia and Austria in 1795, erased the nation of Poland from the map of Europe and not until after world War i did it reappear. Couple says vows in jail a prisoner awaiting trial on a charge of breaking and entering and his Fiancee both of Greensboro were United in holy Matrimony wednesday in the local jail and then were separated by bars and time. The ceremony done with the approval of Guilford county sheriff Paul Gibson was performed by Rev. Michael Flanigan of the life Church of Good Hope on English Road. The ceremony took place in the breathalyzer room before witnesses it. Frank Smith in charge of the local sheriffs office and the Mother of the Bride. By Jim Hawkins Enterprise staff writer Jamestown a there were really very few problems a Tom Knight a representative of the n c. Dept of labor said wednesday in reporting on a recent occupational safety and health act Osha inspection of facilities operated by the town of Jamestown. Speaking to town Council members attending their september session Knight said he found Jamestown a a Good town a clean town with very Little Knight said records showed eight injuries in approx in deaths and funerals g. D. Bryan is dead at 67 g. Duncan Bryan 67, of route 4 died wednesday at la in High Point memorial Hospital. He had been in his usual health until entering the Hospital 15 Days ago. Or. Bryan was born in Guilford county May to. 1909, a son of Leighton and Lucy Jane Bowman Bryan. He had been a resident of the High Point area most of his life and attended Reavis memorial Baptist Church he owned and operated Bryan portable welding co. On dec. 21. 1932, he married Daisy Stephens. She survives of the Home. Surviving in addition to his wife Are two sons Jack d. Bryan of route 3 and George j. Bryan of Tampa Fla six grandchildren one brother. John w. Bryan of route 3 and one sister mrs. Nannie b Ingram of route 3. Funeral will be Friday at 2 . At Cumby Archdale Chapel by the Rev. Robert Clegg and the Rev. Melvin Beeker. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery the family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9. Kennedy rites set saturday mrs. Margaret Marie w. Kennedy 36. Of 119 Northeast drive. Archdale died wednesday at 12 50 in North Carolina Baptist Hospital in Winston Salem. She had been in declining health two years and critically ill five weeks mrs. Kennedy was bom in Guilford county june 8, 1940, a daughter of the Rev. James b White and Marie Beasley White. She had been a resident of the High Point and Archdale area All of her life and was a Secretary with Senco products until she became ill. She was a member of Providence Wesleyan Church teacher of the adult sunday school class and a former choir director in 1958. She married James Wesley Kennedy. He survives of the Home. Surviving in addition to her husband Are two daughters i misses Tammy Renee and Sarah Rebecca Kennedy both of the Home one son. I Mark Wesley Kennedy of the a Home her parents the Rev. And mrs j b White of 125 Northeast drive Archdale and three Sisters mrs j. D i Mary Lee Hill of 109 i Kersey st., Archdale mrs j l h. Annie Lou Thompson of Durham and miss Carlene a White of 125 Northeast drive Archdale funeral will be at 2 saturday at Providence Wesleyan Church by the Rev. Glenn Powell and the Rev. J h Long burial will be in Ebenezer United methodist Church cemetery the body will remain at the Cumby mortuary in Archdale until placed in the Church 30 minutes before the service the family will be at the funeral Home Friday night 7 to 9 and at the Home of her parents 125 Northeast drive Archdale mrs. Youths Dies at 85 Thomasville mrs. Minnie Williams Younts 85, of it. I Trinity widow of Lee Younts died wednesday at 4 30 in Randolph memorial Hospital following four years of declining health she was born in Randolph county aug. 20, 1891, a daughter of James and Mattie Warner Williams she lived her entire life in the Tabernacle Community and was a member of Tabernacle United methodist Church and a member of the Church sunday school. Or. Younts died May 30, 1970. Surviving Are two daughters mrs. Henry Beulah Kindley of it. I Trinity and mrs. Arthur Virginia Thomas of the Home a son. Lloyd Younts of it i Trinity a sister. Mrs. Grady Sally Hunt of Denton seven half Sisters mrs. John Maggie Varner of it. I Trinity mrs Arnold Jessie Hunt of High Point. Mrs Wesley Josie Evans of Asheboro mrs Udall Ellen Atchison of Sophia mrs. Raymond Pauline logans of Thomasville. Mrs. Lois Taylor of Archdale and mrs. Arnold Ruth Cox of los Angeles. Calif. A half brother j. R Williams of High Point five grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Funeral will be at 2 . Saturday at Tabernacle United methodist Church by the Rev. Leroy Hunt the Rev Luther Harris and the Rev. Robert Oakley. Burial will be in the Church cemetery the body is at j c. Green and sons funeral Home and the family will be there Friday night 7 to 9 death claims Caviness child Braxton Jott Caviness 5, of 614 Woodlawn Road died this morning in n. C. Baptist Hospital in Winston Salem. He had been ill seven Days and a patient in the Hospital for a few hours. Surviving Are his Mother and Stepfather or. And mrs. Billy Troxler of the Home and his father Larry Braxton Caviness of the cloister apartments. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. The body is at the Harold Davis funeral Home. Mrs. Mary Gordon funeral for mrs. Mary Albertson Gordon will be Friday at 2 . In High Point friends meeting House by or. William g. Guthrie and Cecil e Haworth. Burial will be in deep River friends cemetery. The body will remain at Sechrest funeral Home until placed in the meeting House 30 minutes before the funeral. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 8 30 pallbearers will be Jim Long Vance Pegram David Huffine Tim Huffine Clarence Albertson Richard Kimrey Gilbert Mcpherson and Roy Taylor. Mrs. Gordon. 75, of route i died wednesday in the presbyterian Home inc. To hear request Greensboro a request for a privately financed sewer Extension to a business located on the Guilford College Jamestown Road will come before the Board of commissioners thursday at their i 30 committee session. Innately 43,000 Man hours but noted these included Bee stings and scratches and that they involved a no lost he said he found Jamestown needs improvements such As additional exit signs at some buildings protective elements on working equipment and guard rails at Steps in order to comply with Osha standards. Knight s recommendations included creation of an official safety committee and continuation of the program involving employees in safety activities and continuation of the policy of safety education for workers. Charles Turner town manager said the elements i mentioned in the report i Knight presented either have j already been taken care of or Are now being taken care of. In other action Turner reported valuation of personal property in Jamestown is $9,994,419 for the 1976-77 year and that real estate valuation for the year is $20,069,210. He said information received today showed valuation of utilities is $2,528,000. The tax Levy of 35 cents per $100 valuation will bring in $105,223 in taxes this year Turner said. Turner reported the new garbage collection service which will be operated by town employees will Start oct. I following the same Basic collection schedule As at present. 102 Chestnut or High Point �?�ss-5045 206 Trindie re Archdale 431-9124 priday or. G. Duncan Bryan 7 pm Cumby a Archdale Chapel saturday mrs. Margaret w. Kennedy j pm Providence Wesleyan Church involving Guilford county Burlington proceeding with Reservoir plans Jamestown inspection shows Little wrong by Jim Hawkins Enterprise staff writer Greensboro a a it a obvious they re going to proceed a Guilford county commissioner Bert Hall said following a visit he and commission chairman Gaston Faison made to Burlington to determine that Community a real movement toward construction of a Reservoir which would flood a portion of this county. Commissioners Are interested in Burlington s Progress since the project involves a 116-Square-mile area which Guilford county would have to designate As a watershed. Hall and Faison went to Burlington following a meeting last week at which commissioners discussed the meaning of the Reservoir to Guilford county and the Progress Burlington is making. Hall said Burlington City manager j. D. Macintosh a convinced us the City a is definitely going to have a water he said Burlington has already bought 44 per cent of the land it needs and that it has already completed some engineering work and that contracts have been let on planning some facilities. Although no Date has been set for a Start of construction Hall said he was assured it is a not going to be a Long he said he and Faison asked Burlington to Send a request to the Board of com missioners asking the area in Southeastern Guilford county be designated As a watershed. Hall said he feels Guilford county should establish the area As a watershed a classification which will require residential lots having 40,000 Square feet of space in Stead of the 20,000 Square feet normally required in most single family lots. Designation of the area As a watershed would a ensure a better lifestyle for people a Hall said. He said the larger lot size would make them Freer from worry about septic tank problems. Officials said designation As a watershed would mean 40 per cent of the Rural area will have that classification and that although existing zoning would not be affected future zoning for 20,000-Square-foot lots would not be possible without Public water and sewer lines. For registering voters Davidson elections Board establishes office hours Lexington a the Davidson county Board of elections has established office hours for registering voters for the nov. 2 general election. Personnel of the Board will be taking registrations in Thomasville City Hall in the Council room monday through Friday from 9 . To i . And from 2 . To 5 . In Lexington the Board will take registrations All Day monday through Friday from 9 . To 5 . In the old courthouse. Saturday registration hours will be from 9 to 5 . On sept. 25 and oct. 2 in the following locations old county courthouse. Lexington Thomasville City Hall Council room Churchland fire dept. Denton town Hall Ledford Junior High school and North Davidson Library. On thursday from 6 . To9 ., voters can Register in the old courthouse Lexington and the Thomasville City Hall Council room monday oct. 4 is the last Day for registration when the books will be closed at 5 . North Carolina residency requirements stipulate a registrant must live 30 Days in a precinct. If a person has moved out of the precinct and has been gone longer than 30 Days he must Transfer by oct. 4 to be Able to vote in the november election. First time registrants must present some Means of identification such As Drivers licenses or birth certificates at Board offices. Persons May apply for Absentee ballots from oct 4 through wednesday oct. 27 offices will be open until 6 . On the wednesday Date. Any spouse Parent child grandchild grandparent sister or brother May apply for an Absentee application on behalf of qualified registered voters who will be out of the county on election Day. Or who Are unable to go to a polling place because of physical disability occurring prior to oct 27. Do you have a favorite recipe North main at Farriss Avenue 885-5049 Harold c. Davis preferred funeral director International incomplete Braxton Scott Caviness funeral service with Metal Cocket starting at $885.00 Rhone 43vi 119 Ornells funeral Home since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 i Lexington ave 882-2555 885-2145 or Tvr Perior i a Trona stucco to to Ian priday Armistead a. Blake or. I p in Sechrest Chapel mrs. Mary Albertson Gordon i High Point friends meeting House a a attention senior citizens on thursday january lit. 1976. Your Hospital Entrance fee for those on medicare went up to $104.00 Many of you will have Premium increases. M in now there is a medicare supplement policy that takes care of All Hospital Cost not covered by medicare for each Benefit period. Low rates a pre existing conditions Are covered. Send now for mf0rmati0n you who receive i reply with to Drys Send this Coupon now name. I address i City age. State. 2p. Mail teem Ary Weed insurance associates to. Tex Isi Jamestown n c. 27282 it could Fie an award Winner in the High Point Enterprise s Cookbook october 311976 Send us your Best recipe. It could win the $76 grand prize $25 second prize or $10 category prize. Categories meats amp poultry fish amp seafood soups amp appetizers Low calorie foods casseroles bread amp Rolls desserts amp candies vegetables salads rules All entries must be typed or printed on one Side of a Sheet of paper. Only one recipe is allowed per Sheet but More than one entry May be submitted by one person. Each recipe must include the entrant s name address phone number and category entered. No recipes will be returned. No recipes should have previously been published in a Cookbook of any Type nor should include package mixes. Drop by or mail your entry to Cookbook the High Point Enterprise p. O. Box 1009, High Point North Carolina 27261. In Case of a duplication earliest postmark will be accepted. All recipes must be received by oct. 12. Enterprise times employees May enter but Are not eligible for prizes

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