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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 22, 1976, High Point, North Carolina 21 High Point Enterprise wednesday september 22, 1976 deaths amp funerals mrs. Goins death claims Dies at 54 miss Clark mrs. Bethina Emma Mccombs Goins 54, of 635 Wesley place died tuesday at 11 15 . In Mccain Hospital at Mccain. She had been in declining health four years and in critical condition four weeks mrs. Goins was born in Mcdowell county feb. 13, 1922. A daughter of George Washington and Mamie Johnson Mccombs. She had been a resident of the High Point area for 42 years and was a member of Faith Baptist Church she married j. D. Goins March 4. 1946. He survives of the Home. Surviving in addition to her husband Are one son Douglas Herman Goins of the Home one daughter miss Victoria Janice Goins of the Home two Brothers Woodrow Mccombs of Baltimore md., and John e Mccombs of California and one granddaughter. The body will remain at Cumby mortuary Chestnut drive pending completion of funeral arrangements. J. B. Johnson Siler City James Belvin Johnson sr., 70, of Coleridge died tuesday in Chatham Hospital. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Bertha c. Johnson a son James Belvin Johnson j r of Trinity three daughters miss Helen Johnson miss Billie sue Johnson and mrs. Marlene Walton All of High Point a Stepson Charles Burton of High Point and a sister mrs. Catherine Jones of Thomasville. Funeral will be 4 . Thursday at Loflin funeral Home in Ramseur by the Rev. Tim Britton and the Rev. Frank Jarvis. Burial will be in Sunset knolls cemetery. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9 and at the Home of mrs. Thelma Bartley. G. E. Morgan Greensboro Grestle Everette Morgan 77, of route 9 died monday in Moses Cone Hospital. He was a native of Guilford county and was a retired Farmer surviving Are a son William h. Morgan of it. 7. Kernersville four daughters mrs. Ruby Mills and mrs Clara Mccormick both of route 9, mrs. Treva dowdy and mrs Margaret Westmoreland both of Colfax a brother Roy Morgan of route 9 and 24 grandchildren. Funeral was to be today at 3 . In Shady Grove Wesleyan Church by the Rev. A. D Wood and the Rev. Lyman Lance. Burial was to be in the Church cemetery. North main at Farriss Avenue 885-5049 Harold c. Davis member preferred funeral director International since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 i Lexington ave 882-2555 885-2145 Quot Onsum Quot to Nahon Ai so Otto mgr Viani. Wednesday mrs. Amy Carr Forward la for to presbyterian Church thursday mrs. Dora Alice sink Ward 2pm Schreit Chapel of i m to Campaign 102 Chestnut or High Point i �?�85-5045 Ronald Reagan to campy for Mizell 206 Tindale re Archdale 431-9124 mrs. Melissia b. Stroud Mears funeral Home Mullin s c. Incomplete mrs. Bethina Emma Goins mop to any member the order of the Rule Winston Salem apr Ronald Reagan will come to Winston Salem oct. 19 to Campaign for Republican Wilmer Mizell in the 5th congressional District. The chairman of the Mizell for Congress committee. De Armfield says no arrangements beyond the Date have been made As yet funerals to $545.00 phone 431-1119 Ornells funeral Home from Thomasville Hospital two year accreditation withheld miss Bessie b. Clark 90, of the presbyterian Home died tuesday at 9 15 . In the nursing unit of the Home. Miss Clark was born in Greensboro ala., Jan. 27, 1886, a daughter of the Rev. William Crawford Clark and Mary Temple Monroe Clark. She was a resident of Charlotte prior to moving to the presbyterian Home and was a member of first presbyterian Church in Charlotte. Surviving is one sister mrs. Agnes Fulcrod of Richmond a. Her body was willed to the North Carolina medical school. A memorial service will be held sunday at 3 . At the presbyterian Home. Ward rites set thursday mrs. Dora Alice sink Ward 73, of 1214 Guilford ave. Died tuesday at to to . In Maryfield nursing Home. She had been in declining health for nine months. Mrs. Ward was born in Davidson county sept. 8, 1903. A daughter of Joseph d. And Mariah Brewer sink. A resident of High Point since 1927. She married Boyd Wesley Ward March 28, 1930. Prior to her retirement she was a Secretary and was last associated with Gills dress shop. She was a member of High Point friends meeting the Elizabeth Frye sunday school class and was a Circle member. Surviving Are her husband Boyd w. Ward of the Home one son b. Max Ward of Burlington and two grandchildren. Funeral will be at 2 . Thursday in Sechrest Chapel by or William Guthrie. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery. The body will remain at the funeral Home and the family will be there tonight 7 to 9. D. L. Swicegood Lexington David Lloyd Swicegood 58. Of 93-a Rowan drive North Charleston sc., died monday in the veterans Hospital in Charleston. He was a member of mount Carmel United methodist Church near Lexington. Surviving Are his wife mrs Lucy Blackburn Swicegood a daughter mrs. James Gore of Tabor City four Brothers Ervin Foy g., Roy l. And Calvin Swicegood All of Lexington two Sisters mrs. Jack Grubb and mrs Gray Shoaf both of Lexington and two grandchildren. Funeral was to be today at to . At Stuhr funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. James Gore. Graveside service will be at to . Thursday at mount Carmel United methodist Church near Lexington the family will be at Piedmont funeral Home tonight 7 to 9. R. E. Powell Lexington funeral for Raymond Edgar Powell 70, of route 14, was to be today at 4 . At Davidson funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. J o. Prichard. Burial was to be in Beulah reformed United Church of Christ cemetery. Or Powell died monday in Lexington memorial Hospital Cuzzen infant Lexington graveside service for Julie Michelle Cuzzen infant daughter of or and mrs. John Forest Cuzzen of Salem Road Welcome was to be today at la a in in Smith Grove Baptist Church cemetery by the Rev. Robert Williams. The infant died at birth in Lexington memorial Hospital monday. By Phil Speaks Enterprise staff writer Thomasville Community general Hospital did not receive accreditation for the maximum allowable period from the joint commission on accreditation of hospitals this year Hospital administrator Perry Jones said today. Jones said that under the system of accreditation there Are three options open to commission inspectors. Inspectors can Grant accreditation for two years for one year or withhold accreditation. The reason Community general did not acquire accreditation for the maximum period Jones said is that hospitals throughout the nation Are being required to meet More Federal standards. Withholding of accreditation for the maximum period does not mean that there is poor medical attention being administered at Community general Hospital Jones said. It Means he said that there Are some areas in Hospital operations for which the commission recommends some modifications in procedures. There were two areas in Hospital operations which commission inspectors cited in granting accreditation for Only one year period Jones said. Jones said the hospitals maintenance of documents did not meet the standards of the commission inspectors. Jones refused to specify what the commission inspectors found lacking in Hospital documents. A we Are not required to give out any information a Jones said. Another procedural change the commission inspectors recommended came in what Jones referred to As Quot Delinia Tion of staff what that phrase Means Jones said is that commission inspectors recommend a More specific definition of what doctors Are certified by the Hospital to do. For example if a doctor is educationally competent As a abdominal surgeon Jones said then the Hospital should specify that he is admitted to abdominal surgery instead of indicating he is allowed general surgical responsibilities. A this Means that if you a doctor apply for medical staff privileges then you have to have educational qualifications to match responsibilities a a Jones said. Jones said that because of this recommendation no one has been terminated from the Hospital staff. If the Hospital fails to meet the standards recommended by the commission Jones said there Are two possibilities for future accreditation. Either the commission will Grant another one year Extension of the hospitals accreditation or accreditation May be refused. The Hospital should encounter no problems in being accredited again next year however Jones said. A we already have completed Over 75 per cent of the needed changes a a Jones said. Because accreditation for the maximum period was not Don Truell is promoted by Thomasville police granted Jones said does not have any effect on federally funded medical programs. The Hospital will continue to handle patients who Are getting medical attention through use of Federal funds he said. One year accreditation for North Carolina hospitals is not an uncommon thing Jones said. Over 13 of the states hospitals formerly accredited for two years Jones said were accredited for Only one year this year. A we were surprised by the one year accreditation because the people who were Here inspectors had nothing but Praise for our operation a Jones said Thomasville Don Truell has been promoted to the rank of Captain in the Thomasville police dept and with the promotion comes the unofficial duties of administrative assistant to the chief of police. The announcement was made tuesday night by police chief Paul Shore. Shore said that Truell would not hold the title of assistant chief of police because a we done to have such a rank or Truelles new duties will include supervising the training of patrolmen acting As a Liaison Between supervisors card signing from Page id voted a and Defeated by a very narrow margin a on liquor stores. The voting age has since been lowered to 18, adding substantially to the electorate. Absentee voting has been made easier by recent regulation changes. The voter who will be absent from the City on election Day May if he chooses cast his ballot before election Day by applying to the election office. The local office will Start accepting applications after oct 4. Don Truell and patrolmen for handling internal problems within the department and to some extent assisting and overseeing the detective and juvenile divisions. Truell had held the rank of lieutenant in the detective and juvenile divisions of the department. It. . Ray formerly working in the records room and training programs was shifted to Truelles former position. The new Captain is a native of Lexington where he graduated from High school. He also graduated from Ashmore business College and most recently completed a course at the Southern police Institute at Louisville University in Louisville. New season turn to two Union again seeks election at Drexel pulse pounding action and adventure As squad 51s firefighters and paramedics Rush to tonight a emergency one Robert Fuller Julie London Bobby Troup Randolph Mantooth Kevin Tighe weekdays 5 00 pm tvs the National labor relations Board s Winston Salem office has received three petitions seeking Union elections at 14 different plants of Drexel heritage furnishings division Champion International corp. An Norb spokesman in Winston Salem said today that the petitions filed sept 13 by the Southern Council of Industrial workers United brotherhood of carpenters and joiners of America Al Cio asks for elections at Drexel Hickory and Mocksville. The petition for the City of Drexel includes 12 plants operated by the company the Norb spokesman said. Other Union elections have been held in the past with reports of disturbances. Both sides in the vote accused the other of provoking incidents. An election in april 1972, was contested and the Norb ruled in favor of the company. Read the Enterprise classified ads nearing loss is not a sign of of age Thomasville a electronic hearing tests will be Given at the Beltane hearing Aid service office on thursday and Friday from 9 am to 5 pm. Factory trained hearing Aid specialists will be at our office at 2515 Westchester or. Next to Dallas insurance High Point to perform the tests. Anyone who has trouble hearing or understanding is Welcome to have a test using the latest electronic equipment to determine if his loss is one which can be helped. Some of the causes of hearing loss will be explained and diagrams of How the ear works will be shown. Everyone should have o hear ing test at least once a year if there is any trouble at All hearing clearly. Even people now wearing a hearing Aid or those who have been told nothing could be done for them should have a hearing test and find out whether the latest methods of hearing correction can help them hear better the free hearing tests will be Given thursday and Friday from 9 am to 5 pm of 2515 Westchester dr., High Point of you can t get there Call 883 1171 and arrange for an appointment at another time in Home testing is also available by licensed specialists i9 it to n s St Smith from Page id High Point when a meals program for the elderly was conducted in a school cafeteria. Smith said Public school facilities would be perfect for this sort of thing and that the state Law should be reviewed. It is a an absolute obligation of the state to find volunteers for schools hospitals and other state Smith said and he recommended the utilization of the state s elderly persons As volunteers. Davidson firemen to give class television schedule Knuck Leball comedy Falls off Mound Silver Valley a course covering three different areas of instruction will begin sept. 30 at the Silver Valley fire dept. The class will meet 13 consecutive weeks excluding thanksgiving from 7 30-9 . On thursdays. Those attending will receive instruction through video tapes and Oral comments on How to protect their Homes against burglars first Aid techniques and the care use and maintenance of citizen s band radios. The course is being sponsored by neighbourhood watch fire department and civitan club All in Silver Valley Community and Davidson county Community College confiscated merchandise illegally sold Charlotte a police in Charlotte illegally sold confiscated and found property at a Public auction last saturday. The items had not been kept for the required 60 Days for bicycles and 210 Days for other goods the time for advertising by Jay Sharbutt a television writer los Angeles apr tonight a new wares Are lbs a Ball four a a horse hide hoho abcs a a Charlies a a private Eye opus of triple vision and no cd so the quest a a show of new realism in the old West. No cd a newbie is Good. A Angels a about three Lovely lady Gumshoe proves that eyeful and awful equal pretty wretched. Cd so Knuck Leball comedy Falls off the Mound trying but has Promise. A Jbf a is based on the inside baseball Book by sex Pitcher Jim Bouton Jim now an sex sportscaster is Star of the series which he cooked up with to critic Marvin Kitman and sportswriter vie Ziegel. Bouton plays a Relief Pitcher and chief Flake for the Washington americans. The team is like Congress on fridays and mondays a imaginary. But the athletes Are fairly realistic there s a huge dumb Catcher Ben Davidson a a Birdman Lenny Schultz who quacks a lot a staff redneck Marco St John and a Long suffering manager Jack Somack. The manager is the kind who when asked by Bouton if theres any Chance of getting in tonight a game says a yeah got a ticket a the plot concerns the teams concern Over a series of inside baseball articles that Bouton a a much better actor than Gardner Mckay a has written. The alarm is major the gags minor the Good stuff comes Only when Bouton summoned to the baseball commissioners office is it by a to Crew for a Stop and Start interview that resembles the real thing a a Charlies a Angels Quot stars Kate Jackson. Farrah Fawcett majors and Jaclyn Smith As exc Ops working for a private Eye Emporium run by John Forsythe who never faces the screen. Smart move John the opening show has the Angels trying to solve a fatal car racing crash that you will find is linked to a planned Dia mond heist. Channel converter Channel station High Point Cable Davidson county Cable 2 a my Greensboro 9 2 3 a Btu Charlotte a 3 4 Wunch Chapel Hill 4 4 5 a tag washing ton 5 a 8 who High Point 13 7 9 soc Charlotte a 9 12 Xii Winston Salem to 12 of wet a washing ton i i a 36 Wret Charlotte 7 to program schedules listed in to schedule Are furnished by the television stations and networks and Are subject to change without notice. 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