The High Point Enterprise from High Point, North Carolina on April 5, 1961 · Page 18
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The High Point Enterprise from High Point, North Carolina · Page 18

High Point, North Carolina
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Wednesday, April 5, 1961
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TOASTMASTE KS LEADERS New officers of the Piedmont Toaslmas- ters Club are (1-r) Al Martin, education vice president; Paul Bulla, administrative vice president; Reed Hanes, presi- dent; Fred Peters, secretary; and Ben Garner, sergeant-at-arms. They were installed last night. (Staff Photo by D»l B«yl«) MMHNB Deaths and Funerals ARTHUR'GREGORY Funeral for Arthur Gregory was held in Yow's Funeral Home Chapel yesterday at 3 p.m. Rev. Mr. A. J. Argo, pastor of Hayworth VVeslyan MQthodist Church, officiated. Pallbearers were Jack Knox, Chester Lohr, Charles Gregory, George Grisset, Gilbert Wallace Jr. and Bub Clark. Burial was in the Gregory family plot in Floral Garden Park Cemetery. Ernest Cooper Of Greensboro Succumbs At 33 GREENSBORO — Ernest Howard Cooper, 33, of 721 Waugh Ave., died yesterday at 6 p.m. at Moses Cone Hospital. He had been hospitalized six weeks and was seriously ill one week. A native of Guilford County, he was born Feb. 9, 1928, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. J$en H. Cooper. Before his hospitalization •he was employed at P. Lorillard and Co. in Greensboro. Surviving are his wife, the former Ruby Davis; two daughters, Delores and Janice of the home; a sister, Mrs. Dewey Hardy of Greensboro and two brothers Sherman and T. H. Cooper, both of Greensboro. Funeral arrangements are in- 1 complete. CHARLIE S. RUTLEDGE The funeral for Charlie Shelby Mledge will be held ^Friday at p.m. at English Street Baptist ;hurch by the pastor, Rev. leorge T. Tunstall. Burial will be n Floral Garden Park Cemetery. The family will be at the home the daughter and son - in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George Voncannon of 1907 Franklin St. Mr. Rutledge died yesterday in High Point Memorial Hospital. . Mrs. Ida Everhart Of Lexington Succumbs At 90 THOMASVILLE — Mrs. Ida ?reedle Thomason Everhart, 90, )f the BeLhesda Church commun- ty on Rt. 8, Lexington, died yes- .erday at 11:52 p.m. at her home, allowing seven months of declin ng health and critical illness of hree weeks duration. Mrs. Everhart was born in Davidson County, July 23, 1870, a daughter of Steve Frcedle anc Frances Grubb Freedle. She had spent her entire life in the county She was a member of Bellies- da Baptist Church. She was firs I married to Charlie Thomason who died in 1901. In 1910 she was Everhart, who 36 HOUR FROM PAGE 1-B lievcd him for the remainder o: the night. And at dawn Tuesday morning detective Crisco took over. "About 10 a.m. Roy drove up in a truck with another- man, 1 ' Crisco said. "I didn't even know he had been out of the house, f woman was out in the yard, so to went inside and waited until sh had left. Then he ran out of th apartment house with a paper ba t and ran just as straight as an arrow to Ihc drain, opened it 11; and began filling his bag wit bottles. That's when I walked u MRS. ROSE BLAND Funeral for Mrs. Rose Younger land wOr be held at 2:30 p:m. omorrow in Sechrest Chapel by v. W. P. Biggerstaff of Raleigh nd Dr. George T. Tunstall, ,pas- or of -English Street Bap ti s t Church. Burial will follow in Flor- 1 Garden Park Cemetery. The married to Ed died in 1932 Surviving are a daughter, Mrs Virgie Grubb of the home; three sons. Lindsay Thomason of Rt. 8 Lexington, Fred Thomason o Thomasville and Will Thomason of Rt. 9, Lexington; three sisters Mrs. Jennie Fouls of Rt. 9, Lex ington, Mrs. Sallie Harrison o Lincolnton and Mrs. Bertie Lam' of Lexington, all children of th first marriage; a brother, Johi Freedle of Southmont; 24 granc children; 95 great - grandchi" behind him." Detective Crisco stated that Wright has been known to police as a narcotics addict for years. A brief history of Wright's clashes law includes the follow- with th ing: In 1956 police caught Wright and an uncle, Bill Brown, crawl- Ing through a window into the office of Dr J. E. Slate. Brown received 7 to 10 years on charges which resulted from that encounter. Wright got a suspended sentence. Under Bond "He got ouf-on bead," said officers, "and went to Lexington where he was arrested for stealing doctors' bags. Police there caught him in the act of giving himself shots. That was while he was still under bond for breaking into Dr. Slate's office." • Police staled that Wright has 1 hcen arrested for violations in volving narcotics before that. Following the Lexington incident, said officers, Wright has undergone treatment twice for addiction, and each time has returned to clash with the law in High Point ?nd elsewhere. His most recent charge concerning narcotics came several weeks ago when he was arrested for stealing a doctor's bag belonging to Dr. H. K. Bennett. A Municipal Court hearing in the case is set for tomorrow. dren and 32 great - weal-grand children. The funeral will be conducte tomorrow at 3:30 p.m. from Bethesda Church by th pastor, Rev. A. T. TuUIe, assis ed by Rev. H-, Glen Lanier, pas ;or of Monllicu Avenue Methodic Church, High Point. Burial wi be in the Bethesda church ceme .cry. The body was to remain a J. C. Green and Sons Funera home until 5:30 p.m. today, whe it was to be returned to th Nome. It will be placed in th church 30 minutes before th service. Ex-High Pointer Dies Today in Charlotte EXCEPTION FROM PAGE 1-B ninth of fxportise displayed by the Southern's witnesses; and it is not surprising that the Examiner has not caught the full import of the cumulative effect of the varied and correlated unlawful practices and acts, committed by the South- crn, in its strong-arm methods of killing off Us competition with the IJPT&D. Clire "Piercing the veil of obscurity would disclose that a. simple orr dering paragraph requiring that the Southern add the names of the 15 High Point complainants to the 91 industries listed in the switching tariffs — a just and reasonable thing to do — would cure most of the acts and practices complained of." Examiner Boyd's findings had included: 1. That the "absorption of reciprocal switching charges is a just and reasonable practice"; 2. That through a tariff device the Southern and Carolina and Northwestern are "guilty of unjust discrimination"; 3. That such practices are "unduly prejudicial to those omitted" and "unduly preferential to those who are listed"; 4. That tji2 preferential routing and equal rates clauses in certain side-track agreements of the Southern with shippers here are "illegal and unenforceable" and have "a moral and psychological effect which constitutes an unfair competitive practice"; 5. And that the Southern and C&NVV "must publish a simple switching tariff" to replace "the complex monster switching tar- High Point Enterprise, Wed,, April 5, 1M1 >* iff." Summing up its lengthy list of exceptions, the chamber asked that the ICC approve the findings ody will remain at Sechrest Fu-|of the examiner and enter "an or- eral Home until the hour of the uneral. The family will be at the ome of a nephew, J. R. Crater r.. of 829 Willow St. Mrs. Bland, 64. of 1113 Ward St., ied Tuesday in Wesley Long Hos- ital, Greensboro. Mrs. Beeson Dies At 53 In Hospital Mrs. Elaine Culler Beeson. 5? f 2610 Guyer St., died in High J oint Memorial Hospital today at :45 a.m. She had been in declin- ng health seven years and criti- :ally ill for the past three years. She was born Nov. 4. 1907, in auilford County, a daughter of he late John and Beulah Kirk; man Culler. Mrs. Beeson had jeen a resident of High Point all of her life. Several years ago she worked a short time at Slane Hos- ery Mill and Silver Knit Hosiery Will. She was a member of Conrad TiTemorial Baptist Church. On Oct. 8, J925, she married John R. Beeson who survives of the home. Surviving in addition to the husband are three sons, M-Sgt. Donald Beeson of the U. S. Army stationed in Germany, Gilbert Bee son of California and Sgt-FC Vern on L. Beeson of the U. S. Army stationed at Fort Bragg; oni daughter, Mrs. Betty Jean Bran ham of Summerfield;- H grand children, four sisters, Mrs. A. J Johnson of 2429 Williams St., Mrs C. D. Jones of 1004 Grant St., Mrs F. W. Little of Homestead Ave nue anJ Mrs. M. P. Beasley o 118 Columbus Ave. and one broth er, J. C. Culler of 1120 Denny St Funeral arrangements are in complete. The body is at Cumb; Mortuary. der . . . requiring defendants . . . to list the 15 complaining industries in their switching tariff," revise their tariff "into clear and plain terras" and eliminate preferential routing and equal rates provisions from the side • track agreement. The HPT&D's companion list of exceptions notes "full accord" with the chamber's exceptions and adds some comments of its own in the same general direction. Rites Tomorrow For Roomer Found Dead Robert Joseph Souther, 84, was found dead at the home in which he was boarding at 106 Fraley Rd. yesterday about 2:30 p.m. He had been in declining health fo CHARLOTTE - George Wesle h * P ast . fi . vef mont j s a " d wa f. fbc ng treated for a heart conditio' Lloyd Jr. a former resident of High Point, died in Presbyterian Hospital early this morning. He was living in Rockwell and was in the hosiery business. For many years he was in the same business in High Point. He was born in Davie County on Sept. 20. 1896, the son of George Wesley and Mary Jane Baxlcy Lloyd. Surviving are his wife, the former Emily Cox of High Point, now of Rockwell; two sons, Bill and Arnold Lloyd the later of Detroit; a daughter, Mrs. Truman Hudson of Gastonia; four sisters, Mrs. F. D. Sparks, Mrs. Maggie Bowman and Mrs. Harry Lawson all of High Point and Mrs. P. P. Mounce of Summerficld' and a brother, R. A. Lloyd of High Point. Funeral arrangements are in- Lambeth Is Elected Head Of Chamber THOMASVILLE - J a m e s E. Lambeth Jr. was elected president of the Chamber of Commerce here yesterday at a meeting of the board of directors. Lambeth succeeds J. G. Thomason and will be installed May complete. The body will Yow's Funeral Home. '• 23. . Other officers elected are Brad- Icy Huosuwer and the Rev. 0. N. Hutchinson Jr., vice presidents; Raymond V. Yokcly. treasurer; and James C. Grimes, secretary and manager. be at Stokes Native Succumbs At 81 In New Jersey GREENSBORO-Mrs. Cora Em ma Martin Tatum, 81, died Mon day night at the home of a daugh ler, Mrs. Edward Kelley of Penns ville, N. J., where she had lived several years. She had been crit ically ill for two months. Mrs. Talum v/as a ftative o Stokes County and was a mem bcr of Bethany Lutheran Church - . L j u Surviving are two other daugh DAVIS FROM PAGE 1-B tion, regardless of party affilia- ;ions, faces a crucial test of its integrity. Not since I have been in High Point can I recall any single period so fraught with problems affecting so many people. ' "I feel very deeply that every citizen of High Point, whether he resides here by choice' or has recently become a taxpaying citizen by virtue of the recent annexation, has the right to feel he should be accorded all the privileges of a first class citizen. I am convinced the incoming administration is going to have to sit down with many people and groups of people to attempt an equitable solution to several major problems. To my way of thinking, this should be done in the open with the full knowledge of all individuals concerned. City government, like any o!her form of government, is the concern of all who are to he' governed: therefore, let all members of Council represent the iotal pop- ulalion of High Point." Wagons could take one of two routes on the Santa Fe Trail past Port Dodge. The longer and more difficult climbed into Colorado's mountains. The shorter and more dangerous struck out across waterless desert. Everybody '• -> -, , ( ^. • • ', ; • needs rom which he was suffering. He was born March 20, 1877, i iuncombe- County, a son of th ate John P. and Nancy Mahasse. outher. Mr. Souther was em loyed by the Long Island Rail oad of New York, where he live or more than 50 yeans. In earl 11 an hood' he was married to Mis fosephine Shea who died Jan. 28 948. Mr. Souther retired an moved to High Point about si years ago. He has nephews and nieces living in this vicinity. Surviving are two sons, Robert iouther of Massapequa. N. Y. and laymond Souther of New High 'ark, N. Y., and five brothers *ev. Harvey Souther, Spurgeon outher, Luther Souther and Talmadge Souther, all of near Pisgah Forest, and Fred Souther of VIorganton. Funeral will be conducted tomorrow at 4 p.m. from Cumby Chapel. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park Cemetery. The body will remain at Cumby Mortuary. The family will be at the home of Paul G. Lance of 3211 Kivett Dr. ;ers, Mrs. Louise Southern of Laurel, Md. and Mrs. Hessie Loy- *ttc of High 'Point; a son, Wiliam M. Tatum of Greensboro; nine grandchildren and 15 great- grandchildren. The funeral will he held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Burroughs and Fowler Funeral Home in Walnut Cove, Officiating will be Rev. Sam Sex, pastor of First Lutheran Church. Burial will be in Bethany Church Cemetery. when you do... visit FAMILY FINANCE. If you need $60* $120- $300* $750 UP TO $2400 Phone: 882-6857 before noon to arrange for money the same day. Open Friday until 8 P.M. for your convenience FAMILY IHNANCE4 ACCEPTANCE 1 CORPORATION of High Point, Inc. 117 E-COMMERCE ST.. 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