Winston-Salem Journal from Winston-Salem, North Carolina (2024)

I 00 0 a EDITION MARage VagR-Winston-Salem Journal, Winston-Salem, N. Thursday, September 22. 1977 Deaths and Funerals BANNER WALNUT COVE Mr. Jackson (Jack) Gray Banner, 58, of 2574 Hwy. 65, Germanton, died Monday night at Forsyth Memorial Hospital Winston-Salem.

Mr. Banner was born in Stokes County to P. R. and Mary McGee Banner, was employed by the Forsyth County school system and was a member of Germanton Baptist Church. Funeral services will be conducted Thursday at 11:00 a.m.

att the Germanton Baptist Church with Rev. Robert Lattimore with burial in Mountview Memorial Park. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Grace Martin Banner of the home; two daughters, Mrs. Carolyn Fuller of Pen, Floa.

and Mrs. Ravon (Kay) Mabe of Rt. 3. Walnut Cove: one son, Jack Banner of Robbins. N.C.: one step- son, Tommy Needham of Pfafftown; four grandchildren; his mother, Mrs.

P. R. (Aunt Mary) Banner of Germanton and brothers, Rueben Banner of Rural Hall and Odell Banner and Preston (Shorty) Banner, both of Germanton. The body is at Burroughs Funeral Home where the family will receive visitors from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday night.

COOKE MT. AIRY Mr. Ervin Wade Cooke. 54.0 of Rt. 6.

Mt. Airy, died Tuesday night at Veterans Hospital in Durham. Mr. Cooke was a native of Surry County and was the son of Sam D. and Grace Snow Cooke, a farmer and a veteran of World War II.

Funeral services will be conducted Thursday afternoon at 3:30 p.m. at Moody Funeral Home Chapel with burial in Oakdale Cemetery. Surviving are his mother. Mrs. Grace S.

Cooke of the home: one sister, Mrs. Jean Cooke Wright of Rt. 9. Mt. Airy; a niece, Miss Diane Wright of Rt.

9, Mt. Airy: and a nephew. Gray Wright of Rt. 9, Mt. Airy.

The body will remain at Moody Funeral Home in Mt. Airy will remain at Moody Funeral Home in Mt. Airy for the services. CRUTCHFIELD Mr. John Edward Crutchfield 65.

of 2437 Lomond Street, died Tuesday unxpectedly at Forsyth Memorial Hospital, after suffering a heart attack at his home. He was born in Forsyth County to George B. and Hattie Crutchfield. He was a member St. Paul's Episcopal Church, where he was a lay leader and a Sunday school teacher for the deaf.

Mr. Crutchfield was a graduate of North Carolina School the Deaf in Morganton where the new vocational building was named in honor of him and his family. He was a selfemployed carpenter and contractor. His craftsmanship was widely known among architects and builders. He was past president of the North Carolina Assocation of the Deaf, was a charter member and current president of Piedmont Lions Club.

Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Kathleen Knox Crutchfield; a daughter, Evelyn Blythe Crutchfield of Charlotte: two sons. John Edward Crutchfield Jr. of Charlotte and Elton Knox Crutchfield of Winstonthree grandchildren; a brother. B.

Crutchfield of Morganton, N.C. Funeral services will be conducted 11:00 a.m. Thursday at St. Paul's Episcopal Church. The family asks that memorials be made to the Chapel Fund the North Carolina School of the Deaf in Morganton.

Pallbearers will be Joe Rouse, Sterling White. Herman Denny, Earl Elkins Harold Whisenant and Russell Herring. DAVIS Mrs. Iva Fishel Davis, 73, of 3129 Shannon Drive, died Wednesday at Forsyth Memorial Hospital. Mrs.

Davis was born in Salem, was a former member of Home Moravian Church but was a member of Maple Springs United Methodist Church at the time of her death. Mrs. Davis was a graduate of Salem Acadmey and 1 attended Salem College. The family requests that in lieu of flowers, memorials be made to Maple Springs United Methodist Church. Surviving are her husband.

Waveland Drayton Davis of the home; one son, Waveland D. Davis of Akron, Ohio; three grandchildren. Stephen, Carolyn and Julie Davis: one sister, Mrs. Pearl Fishel Houchins of Atlanta, and several nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m.

Thursday at Vogler's Reynolda Road Chapel. Funeral arrangements are incomplete at this time. GREENWOOD BOONVILLE Mrs. Lucille Gilreath Greenwood. 82.

of Boonville. 2, widow of Willie P. Greenwood. died Wednesday at Hugh Chatham Memorial Nursing Center in Elkin. Funeral services will be conducted Friday at 4:00 p.m.

at the First Presbyterian Church in Boonville with Rev. John B. Hampton and Rev. Monteal Howell officiating with interment in the church cemetery. The body will be placed in the church 30 minutes prior to the service.

Mrs. Greenwood was born in Wilkes County to Ned and Rachael Gilreath, was a member of the First Presbyterian Kaburcen of Boonville and a domestic worker for a number of families in Boonville. Surviving, are two sister-in-laws. Dixie Greenwood and Mrs. Lydia Garrett.

both of Boonville: one brother-in-law, Mr. Walter Moore of Jonesville and a number of nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends at AngellLong Funeral Home in Boonville Thu sday night from 7 to 9 p.m. HARDIN ASHEBORO Mr. James Edward Hardin.

59, of Rt. 2 Ash died Wednesday morning Forsyth Memorial Hospital. Funeral services will be conducted Friday at 2:00 p.m. at Mt. Shepherd United Methodist Church with interment in Randolph Memorial Park.

Mr. Hardin was a grade supervisor with the N. C. Highway Department. Surviving are his wife.

Mrs. Grier McLeod Hardin: two daughters. Mrs. Peggy Lemon and Mrs. Becky Minnix, both of Winston-Salem: three grandchildren: one sister.

Moore of Asheboro: and two brothers, Mr. Grady Hardin of Sophia and Arthur Hardin of Asheboro. The family will friends from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday night at Pugh Funeral Home in Asheboro. Memorials may be made to the Mt.

Shepherd United Methodist Church Building Fund. JENKINS Mr. Thomas Calvin Jenkins, 74. of Knollwood Hall, died Wednesday morning at Forsyth Memorial Hospital. He was a retired Sales Promoter and of the reds Baptist faith.

He is survived by, two daughters, Mrs. Troy E. Watts of Mt. Olivet Rd. and Mrs.

Rhea Preston of Birmingham, two sisters, Mrs. I. L. Waggoner of 2741 Reynolds Drive and Mrs. Joe Barkley of 426 Corona seven grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

JONES BOONE. N. C. Mr. Lee Henry Jones, 53, of Ellicott City, passed away, Monday the 19th.

in Baltimore. Md. Funeral serwill be conducted at 2:00 p.m. Friday at Hampton Funeral Home Chapel. Interment will be in Ashlawn Memorial Gardens in JefferN.

C. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Celia Storie Jones: one brother, James Jones of Lenoir, N. half brothers, Russell. Bobby and Harold Jones, all of Zionville, N.

and Frank Jones of Boone. Clifford Jones of Vilas. N.C. and Ralph Jones of Lenoir; five half sisters, Mrs. Maxine Huffman of Vilas, Mrs.

Edna Jones of Zionville, Mrs. Jeanie Brown of Trade, Mrs. Sue Bienge and Mrs. Earleene Jones both of Lenoir: his stepmother, Mrs. Daisy Jones of Zionville; one sister-in-law.

Mrs. Edna Jones of West Jefferson, N. C. The fanily will receive friends Thursday evening from 7 to 9 p.m. at Hampton Funeral Service and at other times will be at the residence of Varden Shook of Foscoe.


Arthur Virgil Joyce, 46, of Route 1. Pinnacle, N. passed away Wednesday morning at Forsyth Memorial Hospital. He was born in Stokes County to Jesse and Cora Evelyn Joyce. He was a member of Brims Grove Baptist Church.

Surviving are two sisters. Mrs. Walter (Rachel) Dobbins of Rt. 2, Airy and Mrs. Orville (Louise) Collins of Rt.

1. Westfield, N. one brother, Elza O. Joyce of Rt. 1.

Pinnacle, N. C. Funeral services will be conducted Friday at 2:00 p.m. at Brims Grove Baptist Church, with burial in the Joyce Family Cemetery. The body is at Needham Funeral Piome in Pilot Mountain, N.

and will be placed in the church at the hour of the service. The family will be at the funeral home Thursday night from 7 to 9 p.m. MYERS JONESVILLE Mr. John Guy Myers, 65, of Route 2. Jonesville.

died at his home Wednesday 9:10 a.m. after a long illness. Funeral services will be conducted 3:30 p.m. Friday at the Swan Creek Baptist Church by the Rev. Sammy Shoaf and the Rev.

Roy Deck with burial in church cemetery. The body will be placed in the church 3:00 p.m. Mr. Myers was born in Yadkin County, September 30. 1911 to John and Emma Armstrong Myers, was a member of the Swan Creek Baptist Church and was a retired clothing salesman.

Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Ethel Freeman Deaths Local CRUTCHFIELD, John E. 65, of 2437 Lomond Street. DAVIS. Mrs.

Ira 73, wife of Waveland D. Davis of 3129 Shannon Drive. JENKINS, Thomas Calvin, 74, of Knollwood Hall. Area and State CLIFTON, Mrs. Mary 80.

of Lexington. COOKE. Ervin. 54. of Mount Airy, Rt.

6. GREENWOOD. Mrs. Lucille 82, of Boonville, Rt. 2, widow of Willie P.

Greenwood. HARDIN, James 59, of Asheboro, 2. JOYCE. Arthur 46, of Pinnacle, Rt. 1.

MYERS, Joha Guy, 65, of Jonesville, Rt. 2. Elsewhere JONES. Lee 53, of Ellicott City, Md. Myers: three daughters, Mrs.

Ralph Ray of Boonville. Mrs. Richard D. Church of Yadkinville and Mrs. Terry Groce of Jonesville: one sister, Mrs.

Glen Swaim of Jonesville; one brother. Jay of Jonesville: eight grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. The body is at the AlexanderChurch-Kennedy Funeral Home, where the family will receive friends from 7:00 to 9:00 Thursday night. Memorials may be made to Yadkin County Rescue Squad at P. O.

Box 542. Yadkinville. N. C. 27055.

Principal's Death Ruled Hemorrhage By a Journal Correspondent REIDSVILLE Richard L. Collins 42. the Reidsville Senior High School principal found dead in his car Tuesday night near the school. died of a cerebral hemorrhage. a Rockingham County medical examiner said yesterday, Collias.

principal of the school fior the past three years, was discovered about 11 p.m. Tuesday by a teacher who saw the car parked behind the shop area of the school. Reports from the Reidsville Police Department said that Collins was slumped over the wheel and lights of the car were on and the motor running. Dr. Robert E.

Balsley, a medical examiner, pronounced Collins dead at the scene, police said. Collins, who lived at 205 McCollum Drive, was assistant principal at the high school before he became principal. He received his undergraduate degree from Wake Forest University and a master's degree in education from East Carolina a University. Previously, he worked for Rocky Mount city schools for three years, Madison-Mayodan schools for eight years as principal and band director. and band director in King for two years.

He was a member of Woodmont United Methodist Church and several teachers organizations and was choir director at First Congregational Christian Church for five years. Public to Tour Mental Hospital The local Mental Health Association and John Umstead Hospital will cosponsor an open house at the mental hospital in Butner Friday. The public is invited to tour the hospital grounds and patient campsite with hospital staff. Those interested in going may call the Mental Health Association. Transportation and lunch will be provided for a nominal fee.

The group will leave the association office at 409 Summit Street at 8 a.m. and return by 5 p.m. John Umstead Hospital is the state mental hospital near Durham that serves residents of Forsyth County. $100.000 Offered For Massacre Leads SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) The city offered a $100.000 reward Tuesday to anyone who provides information leading to the conviction of Chinatown gang members who carried out the Golden Dragon restaurant massacre Sept. 4.

Mayor George Moscone said he had decided "to offer the maximum reward allowable under the in an effort to find new leads to the case, which has stumped a special team of detectives working on it since the bloodshed at the crowded restaurant took five lives and wounded a dozen more. Court Roundup Drug Case to Be Tried By Naomi Kaufman Curtis Moses Ingram, who police say is one of Winston-Salem's major drug dealers, was bound over yesterday to stand trial in Superior Court on a charge of possession of $500 worth of heroin. Ingram, 40, of 1221-A N. Cleveland Avenue, was arrested Aug. 25 at his apartment after several months of police surveillance.

Officer D.D. Minter testified in District Court yesterday that when he and other officers went to Ingram's apartment, they found an envelope containing seven tin foil-wrapped packets of brown heroin lying on the kitchen floor near where Ingram was standing. George Cleland, Ingram's court-appointed attorney, questioned Minter at length about the search warrant officers used. He said the warrant lacked substantial information about drug-related activity at the apartment and questioned the reliability of Minter's informant. "We have an ex-heroin user (the informant) who says he was at a place where heroin was sold," Cleland said after showing that the informant had never been used to make a drug arrest before.

"This the gun." After Judge Gary B. Tash upheld the warrant, Cleland tried to show that the heroin the officers found did not belong to Ingram. Mitner said under questioning that Ingram told the officers that the heroin was not his. And Mitner said a man he identified as Bernard Ross came to the clerk of court's office while warrants were being drawn on Ingram to say that the heroin was his. "I told him to come to court to testify to that," Minter said.

When asked again why he didn't arrest Ross, Minter replied that he felt Ross was trying to cover up for Ingram. Cleland said several attempts had been made to locate Ross so that he could testify yesterday. After court, Cleland said Ross was in the city yesterday, but officers said they believed Ross had left the state. Tash. in ruling that Ingram should stand trial, said it is up to a jury to determine the credibility of witnesses, not up to a judge in District Court in a preliminary hearing.

Ingram did not take the stand to testify yesterday. He sat calmly next to Cleland, occasionally shaking his head at Minter's testimony and leaning over to confer with Cleland. In another matter yesterday, two youths were bound over to Superior Court for trial on charges that they shot a woman after attempting to rob her Aug. 10. Reginald Pankey, 17, of 875 Mock Street and Gerald Maurice Lewis, 18.

of 1044 E. 15th Street are charged with trying to rob and with shooting Mrs. Bonnie Fishel, 31, of Winston-Salem, Rt. 2, after she walked out of Wachovia Bank and Trust Co. on Waughtown Street.

During preliminary hearing in District Court, Ronald Caesar a witness ot the shooting said he was sitting in his car across the street from the bank when the two youths shot Mrs. Fishel. Mrs. Fishel refused to give them her purse, Caesar said, and Pankey shot her twice. The two then ran away, Caesar said.

They were arrested several days later. Mrs. Hattie Snow of 417 E. yesterday of operating a lottery. Officer M.M.

Choate testified after finding her sitting at a table lottery tickets. Carl Parrish, Mrs. Snow's to show what Mrs. Snow did or 25th Street was found not guilty She was tried in District Court. he arrested Mrs.

Snow Aug. 19 on which, he said, there were Staff Reporter attorney, argued that Choate failed did not do. 2 Seek Re-Election In Kernersville Race KERNERSVILLE Aldermen Ivey M. Redmon and Gordon E. Miller announced yesterday that they plan to seek re-election to the town board.

They join two other announced candidates, Larry R. Brown, a merchandising manager for Kayser-Roth in Greensboro, and J. Max Coltrane, manager of Food Town. Mayor Roger P. Swisher, who is seeking his seventh term, is being opposed by Gene Stafford, a local photographer and art teacher at Guilford Past Leader Of N.C.

Deaf Dies in City John Edward Crutchfield former president of the North Carolina Association of the Deaf, died at Forsyth Memorial Hospital after a heart attack Tuesday night. He was 65. Crutchfield, who was deaf, was a se employed building contractor and cabinetmaker. He was elected president of the association in 1954 at a convention at the Hotel Robert E. Lee here.

At the same meeting, his brother, Paul, was honored for his work with deaf Boy Scouts, and his sisterin-law selected Mrs. NCAD. As president of the association in 1962, he actively supported a state appropriation to build the school for the deaf in Wilson, now the Eastern North Carolina School of the Deaf. He graduated from the N.C. School of the Deaf in Morganton.

A recently built vocational building was named in honor of him and his family. Crutchfield taught Sunday school for the deaf at St. Paul's Episcopal Church here. He was also a charter member and current president of the Piedmont Lions Club. Prince Will Visit S.C.

and Georgia WASHINGTON (UPI) Britain's Prince Charles will visit South Carolina and Georgia as part of a sevenstate, two-week tour of the United States next month, the British Embassy said Wednesday. Prince Charles will be in the country Oct. 18-30, arriving in Chicago for his first stop. He also will visit cities in Ohio, Missouri, Texas and California. SUPER PUPP, Reg.

10.95 PRICE GOOD THRU TUESDAY LADIES 5-10 New padded for foam Lined casudl. school! and with Great tricot for extra comfort. SHOE Mother and Daughter Stores Downtown Parkview Shop. Cent. ALL LEATHER HAND MADE PAIR OR 2, PAIR FOR SIZES $15 5 thru 10 REG.

WOODEN WEDGE A PAIR OR LEATHER SOLES CASH CHARGE LAYAWAY Downtown Parkview Technical Institute. Miller, 58, has recently become associate pastor of Christ Wesleyan Church in Greensboro. He was an administrator at K.ernersville Wesleyan College. Redmon, 52. is a manufacturers representative for L.

G. White and a company that produces electronic and electrical equipment. Aubrey Morris, a current member of the board, has not announced whether he will seek re-election. Two other board members, Richard Lain and John M. Pinnix Ill, have said they will not run.

However, Lain said he may enter the race at the last minute if he is dissatisfied with the candidates running, he said. Pinnix said he decided not to seek re-election because of his increasing participation in real estate ventures. He said his business dealings land a position on the board might suggest some conflict of interest. Other residents who have shown an interest in the race include Mrs. Inez Davis, David H.

Holt and Brady W. Mullinax, but they have not announced plans to seek election. VOGLER SERVICES 120 South Main Street 2951 Reynolda Road Dial 722-6101 Dial 722-6106 Cleminons Dial 766-4714 -MAIN STREET -ThursdayMr. John Edward Crutchfield St. Paul's Episcopal Church 11:00 a.m.

Mr. Paul Vernon Atwood Voglers Chapel :2 :00 p.m. Mrs. Mattie Grubbs Wall Providence Moravian Church 3:00 p.m -REYNOLDA ROAD-Thursdav- Mr. James Clyde Shore Voglers Chapel 2:00 p.m.

-IncompleteMrs. Iva Fishel Davis 3129 Shannon Drive Miller FUNERAL SERVICE -WINSTON-SALEM-Thursday- Mr. Charles R. Satterfield Hayworth- Miller Chapel 2:00 p.m. -FridayMr.

Thomas C. Jenkins Graveside Service North Wilkesboro City Cemetery 2:00 p.m. WINSTON-SALEM RURAL HALL CHAPEL CHAPEL The Flirty-Oversized Beret $5.00 Right at almost any hour of the day, our oversized dimpled beret of all wool felt. Choose black, brown, navy, white, camel, red, ivory. green, beige, grey, rust, jungle and wine.

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