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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 23, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2b High Point Enterprise monday september 23, 1974 in deaths and funerals Cecil funeral set tuesday Thomasville mrs. Della Mae Stamey Cecil 53, wife of Clyde m. Cecil and resident of 512 Longview dr., died shortly after arrival at Community general Hospital sunday after suffering an apparent heart attack at her Home. Mrs. Cecil was born in Guilford county aug. 14, 1921, a daughter of the late Thomas e. And Mattie Garner Stamey and had lived most of her life in the High Point and Thomasville area. She was a member of Faith Baptist Church. On aug. 27, 1938, she was married to or. Cecil who survives of the Home surviving in addition to her husband Are two daughters mrs. Leonard Karen Stratton of Thomasville and mrs. Calvin Lenora Turner of Greensboro two sons Gilbert Cecil of Laurinburg and Lindsay Cecil of it. 2, Trinity one sister mrs. Ila Byrd of Winston Salem three Brothers. Lloyd a. Stamey of High Point h. Verio and Melvin l. Stamey both of Thomasville and nine grandchildren. Funeral will be held at 2 . Tuesday at j. C. Green and sons Chapel by the Rev. R. E. Peterson and the Rev. Sammy Shoaf. Burial will be in Holly Hills cemetery. The body will remain at the funeral Home and the family will be there tonight 7 until 9. J. J. Pri itt Greensboro James Joseph Pruitt. 58, of 601 Fairmont St. Died sunday. He was a native of Chatham va., and had lived in Greensboro since 1945. He was employed by United dairies for 24 years. He was a member of w Woodmen of the world the american legion and a Veteran of world War in he was a member of Bush Arbor primitive Baptist Church. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Kathleen Anthony Pruitt six Brothers Coleman Pruitt of Mcleansville. Billy Pruitt of Roswell ga., Winston Pruitt of Burlington Irvin Pruitt of Prospect Hill and Bennis and Dennis Pruitt both of Greensboro and two Sisters mrs. Hattie Palmer of Mebane and mrs. Anne Whitesell of Randleman funeral will be held at 3 . Tuesday at Bush Arbor primitive Baptist Church by the Rev. Wallace Smith and the Rev. Charles Morton. Burial will be in the Church cemetery in Caswell county. The body is at Forbis amp Dick North Elm Street Chapel and the family will be there tonight 7 to 9. M c. Maness Ramseur Marvin Clinton Maness 61. Of it. 2, Bennett died sunday at his Home surviving Are his wife mrs. Mava Curtis Maness two sons Eugene Maness of it. 2, Bennett and Larry Maness of Asheboro a sister mrs. Randal Phillips and a brother Victor Maness of it. 2, Bennett. Funeral will be held at 2 30 . Tuesday at Beulah Baptist Church by the Rev. Curtis Barbery and the Rev. Merritt Leonard. The body was to be taken to the Home on it. 2, Bennett today at 4 pm. Tafil to t or to Kat Ion Al stiletto morticians mrs. Charlie Morris Troy a mrs. Annie Cranford Morris 90, of route i died saturday in Montgomery memorial Hospital. She was a member of Wharrie United methodist Church. Surviving Are her husband Charlie Morris two sons Fred Morris of it. I Troy and Sherrill Morris of Lexington two Brothers w. P. Cranford of it. I Troy and Jim Cranford of Albemarle and a sister mrs. Ethel Thompson of Albermarle. Funeral was to be held at 2 . Today at Wharrie United methodist Church by the Rev. James Caviness. W. M. Fulton Kernersville William m. Bud Fulton. 74, of route 2. Died sunday in Forsyth memorial Hospital in Winston Salem. He was a native of Stokes county and was a retired Farmer and merchant. He was a member of Goodwill Baptist Church. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Ruby Smith Fulton two daughters mrs. Mildred Newman and mrs. Walter Pegram both of it. 2, Kernersville a son William m. Fulton or. Of it. 2, Kernersville three Sisters mrs. Mae Chatman and mrs. George Farmer both of Walnut Cove and mrs. Gib Hamm of Belewas Creek and three Brothers Lee Fulton of Walnut Cove and Everette and George Fulton both of Belewas Creek. Funeral will be held at 3 . Tuesday at Goodwill Baptist Church. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body is at Pierce funeral Home and the family will be there tonight 7 to 9. Mrs. Ada Poole Ramseur mrs. Ada Caviness Poole. 86. Of route i died sunday at Moore memorial Hospital in Pinehurst. Surviving Are two daughters mrs. Albert Jones and mrs. Cleo Cain both of it. I. Ramseur and a son Ray Poole of it. I Ramseur. Funeral will be held at 2 . Tuesday at deep River Baptist Church in Coleridge by the Rev. Albert Taylor and the Rev. Wilbur Eaton. The body is at Loflin funeral Home and the family will be there tonight 7 to 9. Mrs. Ollie Fruitt Randleman a funeral for mrs Ollie Small Fruitt 56. Of Randleman who died saturday was to be held at 3 . Today at Pugh funeral Home Chapel in Asheboro. Burial was to be in Randolph memorial Park. Mrs. Margaret Harralson Burlington mrs. Margaret Mcadams Harbison 104, of 515 Maple ave. Died saturday. She was a member of first Baptist Church of Burlington. She was a former teacher at Whitsett Academy and a former Secretary at Adams Millis in High Point. Surviving Are two Sisters miss Mae Mcadams and mrs. C. L. Shoffner both of the Home. Funeral was to be held at 2 . Today at Rich and Thompson Chapel. Burial was to be in Baynes Baptist Church cemetery. Pistol mortuary phone 885-5045 102 Chestnut or. San of 1897 Sechrest service 1301 i Lexington ave 882-2555 885-2145 j. W. Mcbride Lexington j. William Mcbride 62, of 611 Summit or. Died sunday while on a fishing trip to Davis Island. He was a native of Davidson county and was a former employee of Dixie furniture co. He was a member of Trinity United methodist Church where he served As a trustee and Steward. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Lucille Mallard Mcbride two Sisters. Mrs. W. L. Aaron of Lexington and mrs. Fred Smithfield of Winston Salem and two Brothers. Hugh Mcbride of it. I Linwood and Wilford a Mcbride of it. 7, Lexington. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. The body is at Piedmont funeral Home. Rupert i. Stewartjr. Kernersville Rupert Durrall Stewartjr. 15. Of route 7, died sunday at his Home after a Long illness. Surviving Are his step father Kenneth e. Jones his Mother mrs. Joan Griffin Jones of the Home two Sisters. Karen Elaine and Lisa Ann Stewart both of the Home a brother Jerry Anthony of the Home and grandparents mrs. Lura Watts of Kernersville and mrs. Blivise e. Jones of Greensboro. Funeral will be held at 2 pm. Tuesday at lain funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. Neal Eller. Burial will be in Kernersville memory gardens. J. La. Yates Lexington j. Henry Yates 88, of 213 Cotton Grove rd., died sunday at Haven nursing Center. He was a native of Gaston county and was a member of Trinity United methodist Church. He was a retired employee of Wennonah Mills. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Fanny Wrenn Yates three sons Vestal Lester of. And w. Herman Yates All of Lexington and a sister mrs. Myrtle Greene of it. 5, Lexington. Funeral will be held at 2 . Tuesday at Piedmont funeral Chapel by the Rev. Robert Oakley burial will be in Forest Hill memorial Park. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9. From Page in Hammonds 50, of English Road charged with impersonating an officer failure to heed a Blue Light and Siren and a red Light violation Jim Cunnington. 40, of Motsinger Street and Billy Ray Lee 29. Of Archdale both charged with assault by pointing a gun Milton Davis Yokley 29, of route 2. Drunken driving and Judy Ann Wright 27. Of Cable Street malicious damage. Guilford county sheriffs deputies said today that one Man was shot and another Cut saturday night during an incident at h amp d Grill on Highway 62. David w. Riddle of Florida Street was wounded in the left leg and Douglas Wayne Roberts 29, of Thomasville was Cut on the neck. Deputies said Riddle charged Roberts with shooting him and that Roberts charged Jack Jones Puckett 34, of route 4 with cutting him. Puckett in addition charged Roberts with hitting him with his fists and threatening him with a pistol. A death ruled self inflicted Thomasville or. Joel Leonard. Davidson county medical examiner has ruled death from self inflicted Shotgun wounds in the fatal shooting of a Thomasville Man sunday. The body of Lum Hart or. Of route 2, was found about 5 . With a .12-gauge Shotgun wound in the Chest. Hart was found in the bedroom of his Home authorities said. Ritchie from Page in possible and in an Effort not to Hurt his future chances for political employment i offered him to use Mutual agreement As the reason for his termination. A i was shocked and very disappointed to read he had chosen to falsify his reasons for leaving the Campaign. I was trying to do the Man a favor by allowing him to leave As quietly As possible and i am amazed that he would want to misrepresent the facts. A this performance As manager of my Campaign was unacceptable. However i was willing to allow him to depart without making this information Public. I am sorry that he has made it necessary for me to reveal the facts a Ritchie said in the statement. Fast ship the Ocean liner the United states which set the Atlantic crossing record in 1952, was the fastest Ever placed in the service. The ship frequently cruised faster than 36 knots. Designed for conversion to a troop ship the 817-foot vessel could steam at 40 knots or 48 land Miles an hour. Removed from service in 1970, the ship is berthed at Norfolk. State local plans beginning to mesh Raleigh the years ahead will see the average a North carolinian taking on new and Strong responsibilities in deciding what kind of Community he wants to live in and How to set about the task of getting the Job done. Wrapped up in historical divisions of governmental responsibility involving state and local officials and saddled by the traditional isolation of the Man on the Street from decisions which ultimately affect him most past and current Community development activities generally have come As surprises to most. Change will Likely be a Long while coming and its too Early to Tell what shape the new rules will come in a or even where they will be lodged in the governmental pecking order a but there Are Strong signals that some new ways of doing business Are developing. To put in a nutshell All the complexities in Community growth and development is difficult. Nonetheless the heart of the Issue is this can the people who make up a Community determine for themselves what kind of Community they want and set about building that sort of setting through deliberate planning and action to get business and Industrial growth which fits that plan Down through the years. The question underlying a variety of discussions and activities in scores of local and state agencies both Public and private is one of searching for ways a com Asheboro youth is fatally shot Asheboro a a 17-year-old Asheboro youth was shot to death Early sunday morning at an Asheboro night spot on the Cedar Falls Road and a 16-year-old youth is being held on a charge of murder in Randolph county jail without privilege of Bond pending a preliminary hearing. Asheboro police said 17-year-old Dennis j. Marsh was hit six times with bullets allegedly fired by Dexter Lane Aumond also of Asheboro. Police found Marsh lying on the floor at Pinky son Ceder Falls Road. Allmond turned himself in to police about 15 minutes after the 2.30 a m. Shooting. Surviving Are his Mother Pruette they actually have greater responsibility than High school secretaries but Are paid less. This year the state provided additional Money for secretaries the major portion of whose salaries comes from local funds. The secretaries believe this additional Money ought to have been used to raise salary Scales. Pruette thinks otherwise. A clarification is being sought from the state but Chestnut reportedly does not think Pruette is paying salaries even according to his published schedule. For months Chestnut has been seeking figures from Pruette and apparently has not gotten what he wants. On thursday he asked the Board to appoint another Board member to go with him to Pruetter a offices to seek clarification. Board chairman a. Laurin Welborn appointed Dot Kearns to go with Chestnut to seek the information. Chestnut has been pressing particularly hard this year to Force Pruette to hire a personnel director for the City schools. The Board at least two years ago approved 31 2ohmnt of a personnel director but Pruette has never wanted one and he does not want one now. Thursday Chestnut asked Pruette if he had a recommendation for a person to fill the Post. Pruette said that he did not. From Page in a i request that the Board appoint a committee to write a Job description for the position and report Back to the Board next month a Chestnut replied. A a i done to see Why we have to make a motion for everything a he said a but if that is what we have to do Well just have to do Pruette became visibly upset at the insistence that he go ahead with the personnel director. Quot do you want a Black director is that what you want if there is one thing that i know it is personnel. Is it your intention to say you cannot assign your staff a Pruette asked. Other Board members pointed out that they thought the personnel director would help provide continuity when Pruette resigns at the end of this school year. If i were the new superintendent and i Learned that the Board had Frozen that position id be greatly concerned a Pruette countered. But he lost the Battle the Board directed Charles Neill to get with Pruette and draw up a Job description for a personnel director. Board members indicated that they think Pruette ought to move ahead and employ the director without delay and Chestnut appears determined to see that he does. Monday Samuel Pickett Montgomery Ham secure it Chapel Grover Hodges Cole s to a memorial service St Mery t edit Copal Church you la Uku the was wll up insults when you use. Ook want aps september 23-28th service each evening at 7 30 . Special singing nightly a Shirley Morris amp Becky Luther youth choral guest speaker Roy. Curtis Barbery re Certis in Rev v Bennett n c. Sunday sept 29. Singing with Sunshine Trio everyone Welcome mount airy. Arite a Barbara fancy a. R9v. Tommy Worrell pester and ethers. 2. 30 colonial Heights Baptist Church 808 Hon Drax St. Off it vote or ten a by Bill Noblitt Trinity can shape its own future rather than letting uncontrolled and unknown developmental factors continue to dictate things. Ultimately there will emerge from present fragmented activities along a these lines some consensus of methods and some lodging of Central responsibility a in both local and state government. Those actions will naturally be politically oriented and coloured largely by the people and their political persuasions at the time the actions occur. Meanwhile Here is a thumbnail review of current comment and activities which Are Basic ingredients of the emerging new Structure a a research Triangle Institute study and report from a task Force of state and local Industry Hunters sponsored by the state department of natural and economic and father mrs. Betty Matthews and John Henry Matthews two Sisters Diane Marsh of Asheboro and Sheila Marsh of Pinney Ridge four Brothers Kenneth Kevin and John h. Matthews jr., All of Pinney Ridge and William Campbell of Pittsburgh a. His step grandmother mrs. Dorothy Matthews of Pinney Ridge and grandmothers mrs. Bessie Marsh of Siler City and mrs. Lena Covington of Asheboro. Funeral will be held at 4 . Wednesday at greater St. John s Baptist Church in Asheboro. Burial will be in mount Calvary cemetery. The family will be at Hargett and Bennett mortuary 7 to 9 . Tuesday. Resources is due for release in about a month. New policy guidelines will emerge from that on what kinds of Industry North Carolina will seek. Emphasis will be on Quality High pay High skill operations which fit into a local Community a plan for itself. A a local Community plan for itself and How to go about that is the subject of intensive work by the division of Community services working with a handful of towns across the state As Pilot projects. Policy guideline is in a Booklet widely distributed to local governments called a Community development handbook management planning. And the new localism. In a preface. Gov. James e. Holshouser or. Says a planning. Is pointless unless governmental actions Are a a North Carolina is credited by National experts in land use planning and management with being a Leader in this Field witness the coastal area management Law. Pending legislation for the Mountain Section and future Law on land policy statewide. The key ingredient in North Carolina action putting it a step ahead of other state legislation is the requirement that each county take Stock of present land use patterns project future growth and development and consult with residents in preparing a full scale planning program setting Long Range goals objectives toward those goals and Law governing present and future development. A county governments have moved into modern times with legislation giving them Powers equal to those of municipalities counties Are into land use planning water and sewer recreation waste disposal Etc. In Short local boards of county commissioners now have both the authority and responsibility for total county development. A county commissioners Are beginning to come to grips with the fact that they must ramrod Community development and the message is going Forth that their Job includes schools health care transportation Industrial growth land use a All those things which determine what a Community is and will become. What kind of Community local people build today will shape what kinds of growth it attracts and that will determine what the Community will be tomorrow a urn to your Good health child Chews matches a no no by George Thosteson . Dear or. Thosteson my child who is 7, likes to Chew match Heads. I say there can be no harm and that the Fulfur Content can actually be beneficial to him. A Friend disagrees. Who is right a mrs. B. G. Your Friend. Here Are some of the ingredients the child is digesting for each 20 matches strike anywhere Type Kitchen matches potassium chlorate 330 milligrams phosphorous Seq disulfide 220 mrs Zinc oxide Dye pigment abrasives powdered Glass or Silica and glue. For the safety Type matches the ones you have to strike against a special surface again per 20 matches them contain some of these substances still. So your Friend is very right in fact. Your notion about the benefits from ingestion of Fulfur wont hold up. That element exists in our Normal diet but Little is needed. Dear or. Thosteson is it possible to donate one s eyes to a Blind person if it has been done Why Haven to we heart about it bet there a be a lot fewer sightless people if it could be done. A b. J. Done to Tell me you Haven to read about Eye Banks. I be written about them a Good Many times. An entire Eye cannot be transplanted but one part of it can a the Cornea which is the outer covering of the eyeball. When blindness is caused by scarring of the Cornea it is possible to remove the damaged Cornea potassium chlorate 180 and replace it with one from Iii mrs potassium a donated Eye. Bromate it i 12mg Fulfur this is not the most com it 14-27 my starch Zinc oxide Mon cause of blindness but it infusions i Earth abrasives is common enough so there is ave and glue. A constant demand for donor he most dangerous of by which Are removed As these substances is the potassium chlorate which when ingested Over a period of time in Large enough quantities. Can be very poisonous and Lead to serious blood problems including the bursting of red blood cells abnormal formation of haemoglobin and kidney Large amount ingested at one time can also cause severe gastrointestinal irritations. Matches in this country used to contain another dangerous substance White or yellow phosphorus. But legislation about 50 years ago prohibits its use along with the use of several other dangerous substances formerly used in match Heads. However there Are a lot of imported matches in use in this country and some of closet crunch storage. Sorted t if 4 Cli Anc is launchers i Sjo Ingui Immi hoi soon As possible after the donor s death and kept refrigerated in an a Eye Bank until a recipient can be called to the Hospital to receive the Cornea. Leaving one s eyes for that purpose is a generous thing dear or. Thosteson i have trouble with the skin around my fingernails. They get so and then split or crack. This is mostly on my thumbs. What is the cause a . My first suspicion would involve something you work with something your fingers or thumbs get into Oil paint turpentine or other drying or irritating chemicals. Other than avoiding such chemical contacts use a hand lotion to soften the skin and use an Orange Wood stick which you can get at the drug store by the package to push the cuticle Back gently at the Edge of the nails. The cuticle often Sticks to the Nail and then cracks or splits and becomes pretty sore As the Nail grows out and stretches the cuticle. If afflicted with problem fingernails or toenails learn the practical medically Correct form of treatment. Write to or. Thosteson in care of the High Point Enterprise for a copy of his Booklet. A solving your Nail enclosing a Long self addressed stamped envelope and 25 cents. Your precious old photographs copied and restored about 099 or condition a faded prints restored background removed a in Karono color. Golden or Opatton of Saj accent on Quality collage Village 883-6526 our purpose to serve you Well with respect of e la handle detail make All arrangement in no Rich compliance a Ith the family every reputation i tinned upon concern for All. Haizlip funeral Home inc. Phone 882-4131 206 fourth Street High Point to Church Street a Homesville m2 n. Mem Yann York Pontiac strikes again Friday sept. 27 Yann York Pontiac main 885 2183 now s the time to install includes de luxe condenser up How Coil 15-ft, Irion Unis compute systems Pius Normal most ration september special 2 i ton system $3651# 3 ton system 39890 Whirlpool ool Uio Conte air conditioning Cau 882-2877. Hunter heating amp air conditioning 1219 Ward St. High Point

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