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High Point Enterprise, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1973, High Point, North Carolina High Point Enterprise wednesday december 121973 and funerals w w Woodruff Lexington w w Woodruff or 90 of 300 w second ave died tuesday in Lexington memorial Hospital he was a member of first Baptist Church and was retired owner and operator of Woodruff shoe store survivors Are his wife mrs Sadie Shoaf Woodruff a daughter mrs Robert e Culler of Atlanta a a son w w Woodruff or of Lexington and a sister mrs John Ipock of Elkin funeral will be held at 11 am thursday at Piedmont funeral Home Chapel by the Rev Hoke Coon and the Rev Carl Ritchie the family will be at the Home on w second ave j 0 Palmer Sanford James Otis Palmer 56 of Sanford died tuesday at his Home after several months of illness or Palmer was a retired Sanford policeman survivors Are his wife mrs Nellie hucks Palmer a son Robert b Palmer of Sanford three daughters mrs Gordon Bailey and miss Pat Palmer both of Sanford and miss Kay Palmer of Greensboro three Sisters mrs Allen Harris of Siler City mrs James Benner and mrs John Campbell both of Sanford and two Brothers Oren a Palmer of Moncure and Joe j Palmer of Ramseur funeral was to be held at 2 pm today at Carbonton United methodist Church by the Rev George Hawkins and the Rev j w Davis burial was to be in the Church cemetery f g Hudson Sanford Floyd Greene Hudson 82 of Sanford died tuesday in Lee county Hospital survivors Are four daughters mrs Arlie Wright of route 3 mrs Clarence Cox of Sanford mrs Grady Wright of route 9 and mrs James Poole of Lexington and two Sisters mrs Emma Massagee and mrs James Boyette of Norfolk a funeral was to be held at 4 pm today at Cool Springs Baptist Church by the Rev Gerald Bridges burial was to be in the Church cemetery Bobby j Lakey Lexington funeral for Bobby Joe Lakey 11 who died monday was to be held at 4 pm today at Piedmont funeral Home Chapel he was the son of Roy and Mary Snider Lakey of it 1 Lexington he was struck by an automobile s sgt m a Davenport funeral for s sgt Michael Alexander Davenport will be held at 11 am thursday in Christ the King Catholic Church by father Adrian Ramanauskas burial will be in Arlington National cemetery the body arrived this morning and was taken to Sechrest funeral Home a Wake service will be held at tonight in Sechrest Chapel the family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until and at the Home of the father and Stepmother 1225 Delk or sgt Davenport 29 died sunday in it Rich Alaska mortuary phone 8855045 102 Chestnut or incomplete Rossie Langston new Sechrest service 01 t 1 Qto a ijj5or 885 14 wednesday Larry Cuili Lockhart pm Sechrest Chapel thursday staff sgt Michael a Davenport to am Christ the King Catholic Church James Brewington James Brewington of 13b Daniel Brooks apts died Mon Day morning in Baptist Hospital in Winston Salem after three weeks of declining health he is survived by his wife mrs Agnes Brewington of the Home three daughters Ludie Norman and Yvone Brown both of Washington by and Lacy Dillard of Winston Salem three sons Hubert Brewington of new York James Odell Brewington and Waldon Brewington both of High Point 16 grandchildren six great grandchildren six great grandchildren and two Sisters mrs Rittie Lucks of High Point and miss Rossie Brewington of Samson county funeral will be held thursday at pm at the Church of god of prophecy on Amos Street the family will be at hoovers funeral Home tonight from 8 to 9 burial will be in Carolina biblical Garden mrs Bertie Brady Ramseur funeral for mrs Bertie Bray Brady 84 of Mcleansville who died Mon Day was to be held at 2 pm today at pleasant Grove Chris Tian Church of which she was a member by the Rev Tom Hill and the Rev Hayes Ritter burial was to be in the Church cemetery survivors Are five daughters mrs Bertha Branson of Greensboro mrs c a Ledbetter of Mcleansville mrs Catherine Carter of Burlington and mrs Florence slate and mrs Dorothy Baker both of Detroit Mich four sons William h Brady of Greensboro Harvey Brady of Bennett Roy Brady of Detroit and Frank Brady of Oklahoma City okla a brother e h Bray of Ramseur and a sister mrs Ina Brown of it 1 Bennett mrs Belva Mcneill Hope Mills mrs Belva Mcneill 73 died Friday in Fayetteville survivors Are four Sisters mrs Vergie Robertson of Hope Mills mrs Lula Strider of fran Dunville mrs Nannie Burch of Ramseur and mrs Mary Rich of Asheboro and four Brothers c c Callicutt of Thomasville and Earl Andra and Jonah Callicutt All of Franklinville funeral was to beheld at 2 pm today at Hamilton Porter funeral Chapel by the Rev Jim Ponder burial was to be in Oak Ridge cemetery in St Pauls mrs Sarah Horton funeral for mrs Sarah Stewardson Horton will be held at 2 pm thursday in Poplar Camp Church of god of prophecy Austinville a by the Rev r j Reynolds and the Rev Raymond burial will be in Bert Spencer cemetery Wythe county the body will remain at Morehead funeral Home Austinville a until placed in the Church one hour before the funeral mrs Horton 75 died at 10 am tuesday in Wesleyan arms inc l p Buie Franklinville Lacy p Buie 81 of Franklinville died tuesday in Sand Hills nursing Center Pinehurst survivors Are three daughters mrs Louise Albright of it 1 Ramseur mrs Mary Costner of Greensboro and mrs Pauline Dennis of Franklinville and a son Worth Buie of Asheboro funeral arrangements Are incomplete the body is at Loflin funeral Home in Ramseur g r Ennissa Wilmington general Ransom Ennis or 80 of it 3 Leeland died tuesday in Manor care nursing Home following a Long illness surviving Are a daughter mrs Woodrow w Theo Rob bins of High Point one son general Ransom buddy Ennis or of the Home one sister mrs Cora Jenkins of Wilmington three grandchildren and three great grandchildren funeral will be held thursday at 2 pm at Wood Burn presbyterian Church by the Rev Earl m Vaughan and the Rev Woodrow w Robbins burial will be in Greenlawn memorial Park cemetery thieves get Large haul Thomasville Davidson county sheriffs deputies reported the theft of nearly in Cash and merchandise sometime tuesday night from Theo Bowers lumber Yard on Lexington Avenue according to deputies was removed from an unlocked office Safe at the lumber Yard also an adding machine valued at was taken from an adjoining office and was stolen from a Cash Register death ruled self inflicted the shooting death of Rassie langs ton 57 of 1105 Pegram St has been ruled self inflicted by medical examiner or Eugene Terrell Langstone body was found this morning about on the Back porch of his Home by his son Donald who lived next door police said mrs Mae Langston wife of the victim told police her husband went out on the Back porch late tuesday night and that she heard a pop mrs Langston who is con fined to a wheelchair said she got to the Back door and saw her husbands feet but could get the chair no further she said there was no Telephone in the House and she tried to Call attention to herself by turning up the television volume the son said he saw the lights on when he got up this morning and went to investigate police said a 25 Caliper automatic pistol was found under the body with one spent Cartridge they said that there was one Bullet wound in his head or Langston was born Jan 13 1916 in Wilson county a son of John w and Martha Jay Langston he had been a Resi Dent of the Allen Jay and High Point area for the past 20 years or Langston was employed with flex0lators inc and attended Archdale Baptist Church he was married to the former Mae Daniels who survives of the Home surviving in addition to his wife Are two Eugene Langston of209 Allen Jay re and Donald Ray Langston of 1107 Pegram ave three grandchildren his Mother mrs Martha Langston of Wilson four Brothers pm Langston of Archdale and ran Dolph Langston of Greensboro Williard Langston of Wheaton my and Luther Langston of Elm City two Sisters mrs George Laney Murry and mrs Lee Mentie balance both of Lucama funeral arrangements Are incomplete the body will re main at Cumby mortuary until taken Early thursday morning to Shingleton funeral Home in Wilson the family will be at the Cumby funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9 apartments damaged by Blaze a fire tuesday night caused extensive damage to a two Story Frame House at 316 n Centennial St containing four apartments firemen said the alarm came in at p m there were no injuries fire prevention chief to Shelton said it appeared the fire started around the Chimney in one of the apartments and spread into the attic space Shelton said the House had a Flat roof and a Small attic space he said that Type construction and the fact the attic was insulated with saw dust made the fire difficult to con Tain he said the House owned by Ruth Briles had fire damage to the upper level and water damage to the first floor Shelton said firemen were at the scene until Early morning the cold temperatures caused water running Down ladders to freeze before it got to the ground Shelton added the Wall and ceiling near a Chimney were damaged in a fire about am at the Shirley Harrington residence at 505 w Willis ave firemen said the Blaze was probably started by an overheated Chimney firemen were called to Thayer Coggins on South Road about p m when someone saw smoke coming from the boiler and mistakenly thought the building was on fire there was a malicious false alarm sounded from a Box on Ward Avenue about am Middle District a resigning Greensboro us dist atty William l Osteen 43 of Greensboro has announced that he is resigning effective dec 31 to enter private prac Tice with a new Law firm that is being formed in the City Osteen said he had no immediate plans to seek a political office or another Federal appointment he took the oath of office july 18 1969 after being nominated by president Nixon inspection set thursday waste pulverized readied workmen today Are putting the finishing touches on the massive equipment that will soon pulverize the solid wastes collected throughout the High Point area according to Carl wills Public works director wills said plans called for workmen to synchronize the conveyor that feeds solid waste into the pulverized the pulverized itself and the Dis charge conveyor that will carry the ground up wastes to the disposal area on the same site tuesday wills said workmen placed Oil in the pulverized to lubricate the heavy gear equipment that drives the main Shaft also the expectation was for drilling of a Well to bring water to the facility to get underway today wills said water will be used to keep dust Down in the grinding operation and to was Down various areas it will also be necessary for toilet facilities wills said the architects have called for an inspection at the site for 11 am thursday James Rickards assistant to the county manager for operations said today that architects have authorized his office to begin advertisements for bids for construction of a scale station to be placed at the site he said it is hoped that contracts can be awarded for this portion of the facility in january wills said officials Are looking Forward now to the Start of a period of testing of the equipment before it can be placed into general use no Date has been set for a Start of the testing period although it is expected to get underway shortly after inspections Are completed and All required work is completed the testing period will involve pulverizing of a total of tons of solid wastes Willis said he said this is expected to take a couple of weeks Packer units which pick up solid wastes in the City will be rerouted to the Riverdale Road site where the pulverized station is wills said materials these trucks have gathered will be ground up in the pulverizes once the equipment begins regular operations materials will be handled on a fee basis officials said they said staff members have recommended a fee schedule to the elected officials who make up the com Mittee handling the solid waste disposal program the solid waste disposal 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