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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 19, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Anana in in 2d High Point Enterprise thursday september 19, 1174 deaths and funerals j. 0. Brinkley Dies at 55 Thom ssh Ille John d Brinkley. Is. Of i 4. Midway school Road died wednesday at 7 a in in Baltimore my. From a heart attach. He was born in Davidson county. Jan. 5. 1919. And had been a resident of Davidson county the greater part of hts life he was employed by the Colter amp Chappel electrical co. Weston Satim. He was of the Baptist Faith and was a Veteran of world War ii. On oct. 7. 1946. He was married to mrs Edith Hilton Watson who survives of the Home. Surviving in addition to his Wile Are two sons. John Anthony brinkely of .124 Gregg St. Archdale and Everett Steven Brinkley of the Home two daughters. Mrs. Sherrill it Nickle Mcdaniels of route 4. And mrs Steve it Daniel Shaver of Bryan St one Stepson. Bill Watson of route 4 one stepdaughter mrs. Sharon Hilliard of Martinsville. A his Mother. Mrs. Lama b. Elliott of footer Street three grandchildren and six step grandchildren funeral will be held Friday at 2 p in. At j c Green amp sons Chapel by the Rev Cabot Inman burial will be in Zion i med Church erf Christ cemetery the family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9. Mrs Ossie Caldwell mrs Ossie Mae Miller Caldwell 68, of 111 n. Down. My St died tuesday at High Point memorial Hospital she was born july 23.1906. In Harrisburg a daughter of the late James and Ella Ingram Miller she had been a resident of High Point for the past 43 years and was a Domestic worker she was a member of St. Stephen a m e. Zion Church. Survivors include one son w Ilbert Lee Caldwell of the Home one t of ter son James Miller of High Point three Sisters. Mrs. Annie b. Gash of Brevard and mrs. Jennie Merkison and mrs. Nannie Wilson both of High Point and four Brothers. Dan and Gouley Miller both of High Point j b and t. J. Miller both of Philadelphia a. Funeral will be held saturday at 2 30 pm at be of in t United presbyterian Church. Harrisburg by the Rev. Or. Full Orch and the Rev. G. Ray Coleman burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body will remain at the Moore funeral Home until noon saturday. The family will be at the Home. I n. Downing St., and at the funeral Home Friday 8 until 9 pm w. C. Duncan Kernersville William Carroll Duncan. 46. Of route 6. Valley school re. Died wednesday at for sith memorial Hospital Atter two years declining health a native of Belmont he had moved Bere from Charlotte six weeks ago. He was owner and manager of sewing machines sales and service in Charlotte and was a member cd Haworth Baptist Church there. Surviving Are his wife. Mrs Margaret Ruth Roberson Duncan nine daughters. Mrs Angela Mccall and miss Billie Duncan both of Charlotte misses Margaret. Lori Mary Penny. Kim Michele and Cathy Duncan ail of the Home a Seal. James Duncan of Atlanta a. Two Sisters mrs. Faye Cobb of Burlington and miss Mildred Duncan of Colorado a brother. Harold Duncan of cult Rita. So and hts Mother of. Leona Montgomery Duncan of Burlington funeral will be Field at 2 p a Friday at Pierce funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be in Kernersville Emery Garden cd family will be at the funeral Home tonight 7 to 9 mrs. Be r Pennington mrs w e Pennington 81, of Mobile ala., died wednesday morning in Mobile sirs Pennington was the Mother of mrs Charlie Monk or. Of 1309 Worth St. Or Monk is the pastor of Brentwood Baptist Church funeral will be held Friday in Mobile a the body is at Radney funeral Home in Mobile the family requests that memorials be directed to the air conditioning fund of Brentwood Baptist Church in High Point Dorr funeral set saturday Thomasville Clarence Arthur Darr 71. Of by i. Of Greensboro Road died in Community general Hospital Tony at 12 25 a in after suffering a heart attack at hts Home he was born in Davidson county feb 5, 1903. A son of the late de l. Ami Fannie Cunard Darr. And had lived his entire Lite in Fairview Church Community he was a retired employee of Columbia panel co arid since retiring had been engaged in farming he was a member of Fairview l United methodist Church a member of Hie men s Bible class and was an honorary member of the administrative Board of the Church on Mardi 3. 1928. He married miss Ila Mcgee who survives of the Home. Surviving in addition to his Wile Are five daughters. Mrs Archie it Xiv Frame Jordan mrs. Bobby Louise Jones and mrs. Ronnie Kay Palmer allot Boule i. Mrs. Five Everhart of Winston Salem and mrs. Travis Susan Blackburn of Wilmington two sons. Harry Lee and Steve Darr. Both of route i one sister. Mrs May Kanov of Thomasville three Brothers. Clyde Darr of Winston Salem. Zvillie Darr of Thomasville and Everette Darr of route i 13 grandchildren and one great grandchild funeral will be held at 2 p in. Saturday at Fairview United methodist Church by the Rev. Joseph s. Johnson. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body Wilt remain at j c. Green amp sons funeral Home until placed in the Church 30 minutes prior to the service. The family will be at the Home. Route i and at the funeral Home Friday 7 to 9 p m the family requests that memorials May be directed to Fairview United methodist Church mrs Frank Macchio mrs. Edythe Seckler Macchio. 50, of 37 Hastings in Hudson. New York died at 8 pm. Wednesday in grasslands Hospital Valhalla. N y. She had been in for six weeks and anti Cally ii two weeks mrs Macchi was born May 4. 1124, in Greensboro a daughter of Walter w. And Mattie w ii i i is Seckler. She was a resident of High Point most of her life until moving to Hastings on Hudson 12 years ago she was married Jan. 24, 1963. To Frank Macchio. She was a former member of the Grey ladies at High Point memorial Hospital she was a member of Green Street Baptist Church Surv in my Are her husband Frank Macchio of the Home one son John Randolph a Randy Flynt of 412 Greenwood or. One grandson her father. Walter a Seckler of 1304-c Eaton place two Sisters mrs. Elizabeth Johnson of 1304-c Eaton place and mrs Catherine g Bisson of Hampton. A and two Brothers w Illiam of Seckler of route 2, and Dwight Seckler of Portsmouth a funeral will be held at 2 p m saturday m secures Chapel by or e w Price or burial will be in Floral Harden Park cemetery. The body is expected to arrive Friday morning at see rest funeral Home where it Wilt remain the family will be at the Home of a son Randy Flynt. 412 Greenwood Orand a the funeral Home Friday 2 to4p in and?to9p.m. Mrs. Jack Copeland mrs. Jack Opal Robertson Copeland. 57. Of Knoxville. Ten died wednesday in an Auto Accident. Mrs Copeland was bom dec. 18, 1916. In Guilford county a daughter of Sidney s. And Blanche Holton Robertson. She was a former resident of High Point am was of the methodist Faith. Surviving Are her husband of the Home one son. Jack a Copelandjr of Knoxville trim seven Sisters. Mrs. Maurice Lowe of Sumter s c. Mrs Ruth Woodard of .305 Denny us mrs. Margaret Clapp of route i. Mrs Minnie Morris of Jamestown mum Carolina Robertson of 305 Denny St., mrs Clara Marsh of route 4. And mrs. Helen Bedin of Garden City s c. Three Brothers. Edgar Robertson of Jamestown Frank Robertson of route 4, and Stewart Robertson of Graham. Funeral will be held at 2 p in. Friday in Mccarty funeral Home Chapel Knoxville. Tenn burial will be in a Knoxville cemetery. The body is at Mccarty funeral Home Knoxville. Tenn. Rocking around the Fountain Shanti Moore. Jeanie Hudspeth Amy Davis Mary royals. Patti Elliott and Sherry White to a enjoyed themselves when they participated in a Rock a Thon around the Fountain at Westchester mall shopping Center recently. They were among 3� girls members of the Junior ettes at Andrews High school who participated in the looking chair Effort the rocking was for a Good cause. The girls raised approximately $180 for the National cystic fibrosis foundation. A softly hot of a kit. M ask Andy Andy sends a Complete 20 volume set of the Merit modest encyclopedia to Kim Briggs age it of Spokane. Washington for her a a Stem City Council from Pagio Council members Rwm it la Ort to be ame to among about the Public hearings. The motion that the hearings be postponed was made by mrs Gray. At various times during the discussion. Mrs. Gray commented. A in the Light of the interest of the citizens in this matter. I win do everything possible to have Council reconsider on the question of Cross examinations i am willing to do whatever necessary to insure Shavitz said a i feel like any Side in this affair should not be denied due process. I go along with the Cross examination any Way whatsoever to handle this affair and not do an injustice to anyone. I think we ought to do also supporting the motion for postponement was councilman a e. Burford. A was anxious As i am far this thing to come to a done i want everyone to be treated fairly councilman Frank Wood repeated his position which he stated monday in favor of closed hearing Quot i would hesitate to do any Cross examining he said. I favor a closed hearing so we could question the investigator Quot one of those speaking against postponement of the hearings. Councilman Roy Culler said. A there Are a lot of things to consider the courtroom is now reserved for two weeks. Subpoenas Are being served for w it Nesses to appear a lot of read the Enterprise classifieds prepare for the Hennag. Clitter is chairman of the special three maa committee which has been handling arrangements for the hearings. The other members of the committee Are councilmen Bob Wells and Arnold Koonce. Kronor was not present at today s session of Council Wells described the hearings As informal on coking hearings not adversary hearings the Assumption that or. Wright Luke Wright Council s investigator into the police dept is out to get somebody is not True. He is an honorable Man. And his purpose has been to prov de this Council with information the Best he can. He is not out to Railroad anybody. A it is the task of this body to evaluate Aud separate fact trom fiction. Yet my for postponement of the hearings until after get 3 were Burford. Wood Shavitz and mrs Gray. Voting against the postponement were Wehs. Coiler Kirkman and mayor Clapp. Kirkman explained that he favored allowing Cross examination of w witnesses Bug did not want to see the hearings delayed. Do earthworms to a its babies an earthworm starts out As a tiny egg usually there Are two Little eggs costly wrapped in a mini cocoon which i about As big As a Gram of Nee the eggs May Hatch after two or three weeks or they May wait five months or even More than a year Bel Ore they Hatch As a Rale earthworms Mutt pm when the weather i moist awl mild. Not too warm or too Cool during the Moi tipi Ying season each Parent worm May my a couple of eggs teary two weeks the amazing thing is that both the parents Lay eggs. For in the world of earthworms each Parent is both a Mother and a father this Means that they multiply twice As fast As shooting Kosa a age 10i ii. Of Mangum Street was arrested on a charge of larceny after breaking and entering he is accused of entering the Home of withe Howard Jackson on Mangum aug 8. Guilford county sheriff $ deputies said today that vandals did about 81.200 damage to grading machines owned by Mon hams of High Point Road and parked on a const or Ion site at Gate Steve and roads Craig Felton Bolton la of Greensboro said a tape player speakers and tapes Worth 1246 were stolen from hts car parted at Miles from nowhere tavern on High Point Road. You would expect. Then you want rabbits to multiply you must be sure to Start out with a male and a female when you want earthworms to multiply this is not necessary any two will do because each is both a male and a female. The Little Cees Are not brought up As a family in fact the youngsters never know who their parents were usually the neighbouring parents meet and mate on a mild Spring evening. They crawl part Way out of their Burrows and the upper parts of their bodies tie Side by Side for several hours during this time they Exchange male and female life cells. When emotionally Able to withstand pressures of this office a the must be a Man of personal integrity who can be open minded and fair to All groups without yielding to pressures from special interests there was almost Universal mention of Good ability to communicate with All segments of the population and with school personnel students and parents there was also a Strong emphasis on progressiveness and Forward thinking and on ability to develop and implement new programs the Hope was expressed in several statement that the new superintendent would have had experience in dealing with Soto economic problems similar to ours however the reports seemed to indicate that a desire for excellence is More import they part each worm is a father and each worm is ready the Lay a Batch of eggs Dart Way Down the body of each worm is a Palish Circle called the Saddle this swollen ring creates the cocoon to wrap the tiny eggs there May be several eggs but usually Only two of them Are watchable As the eggs develop the cocoon cast leaves the Saddle and slides along the worm s body toward the head after about two weeks the egg Case slides off Over the Parent s head the sides snap shut and the cocoon is left on the ground looking like a mini Brown paper bag at the same time the other worm report prom Sagi to the Parent leaves a package of twin eggs somewhere else on the ground. After this. The parents pay no More attention to their offspring at All earthworms enjoy life Best when the weather is fairly warm and fairly moist. During a mild Spring or fall the eggs May Hatch in a couple of weeks in very hot or very cold dry weather they do not Hatch until things improve the Bitsy babies that Hatch from the tiny eggs Are on their own. And life is very risky. But they soon learn to Burrow below. After another six months some of them will be ready to Lay eggs of their own tan than location of previous the report also contained charts which present in tabular form More than 50 items of interest showing the number of agencies which expressly supports each item the special school Board committee handling the selection of the new superintendent is headed by or. John badgers serving with him Are James. Chestnut and Charlese Neill or badgers has earlier indicated that applications will be sought without regard to geographical considerations the it take dept of Public instruction maintains current lists of professionals available for such posts As superintendent of schools and apparently these will be used to seek applications. Oscar Mayer s Quot Best Quot l. J. Nelson Greensboro lefty Jordan Nelson 84. Of route 8. Ii led wednesday at his j residence. Surviving arc five Sisters i miss Annie Nelson of the Home. Mrs. Ethel Moser of Pinnacle. Mrs Imogen Tilley of Ellerbe mrs. Min me Cotison of Greensboro Ami mrs Ruth Joyce of Pike Mountain and four sons j Frank Nelson of Pinnacle j Arba Nelson of Kernersville Rufus and Ray Nelson both j of Greensboro. Funeral will in held at la a in. Friday at Bessemer Pente coastal holiness i Church by the Rev Bill i a for and the Rev. Garland coffer burial will be in the Nelson family cemetery in Carroll county. A. The body i was to in taken to the Home at noon today. Cutty mortuary phone 885-5045 102 Chestnut or san of 1897 Sechrest service 1301 i Lexington ave 882-2555 885-2145 sirloin Steak $169 la. Well trimmed beef roast sirloin tip Denver Manhattan Flat Rump All at one Low Price fresh oysters arrived Valleydale Bacon $1 19 la. I a Vul awl ii i i f of. A Neeses sausage pork roast loin or rib end 2-3 la. Average79 mrs Twu Koay shy b. Keyser j r f a a i. To. Que c or i it i of a i fms mrs. Marx Sherrod Newbold i it a of a cd a in. mrs. Edythe sadder Macchio

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