Ziem MORRISON church activity
Thursday, April 12, 1973 Services Scheduled For Passion Week Concord Presbyterian Church will begin its Passion Week observance observance Sunday with a 7:30 p.m. presentation entitled "The Life Term Is Ordered NASHVILLE, N.C. (AP)Collie (AP)Collie Thompson, 17, of Effingham Effingham in Florence County, S.C., has been sentenced to life in prison for the robbery slaying of a girl working at her father's grocery-service station. The defense defense gave notice of appeal for Thompson, who had pleaded in- ocent by reason of insanity. Superior Court Judge John Webb, who imposed the sentence sentence Thursday, specified that Thompson begin a 10-year term for armed robbery at the end of his life term. Thompson was convicted in the slaying last Nov.22 of Amy Breedlove, 18, of Rocky Mount, at the establishment at the junction of U.S. 301 and 1-95 near the Gold Rock community. A jury begin deliberations Monday Monday and returned a guilty verdict verdict Tuesday. TV Cameras To Be Bought CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) — Mayor Ralph Perk's capital improvements improvements program includes funds for buying 14 infrared television cameras with zoom lenses to keep an eye on downtown downtown Cleveland. The cameras, which would be hooked to a monitoring center at Central Police Station, were listed in the $21-million improvements improvements program introduced introduced at Monday night's City Council meeting. About $600,000 worth of equipment was. listed. A city official said use of a similar system in the University University Circle area had cut violent violent crimes there in half. Eternal Life" led by the minister, minister, Rev. Robert L. Hare, Jr., and the senior choir, with the congregation also participating. The cantata-like program will consist of scripture, comments and music dealing with the story of Jesus Christ from the pre-creation, and progressing through the prophecy of His birth, and selected highlights of his life, including the Sermon on the Mount. The presentation will be climaxed climaxed by music and narration telling of the triumphal entry into Jerusalem, the last Supper, the Crucifixion, the Resurrection Resurrection and the ascension. Athems will include "Adoration," "Adoration," Mozart-Sims; "He Was Despised," Johnston;. "The Beatitudes," Peterson; "Suffer the Little Children," Ervin; "In Remembrance of Me," Sterling; "All in the April Evening," Evening," Robertson; and "0 Jesus, Crucified for Man," Young. Special music also will include include "I Walked Today Where Jesus Walked," O'Hara, sung by Mrs. J. Tom Stevenson; "The Palms," Faure, sung by Joseph E. Lentz; and a duet by Mr. and Mrs. Royd Combs, Jr., "It Was For Me," Blount. Other soloists will be Mrs. Jack Moose, Mrs. John Gregory and A.M. Shive, Jr. Mrs. Tommy Johnson will be at the organ, and Mrs. Hugh Ervin will direct the music. Other members of the choir, include Mesdames Bobby Feimster, Francis Stevenson, J.C. Stikeleather, Skyler Little, A.M. Shive, Jr., BUI Summers, Frank Crawford, Misses Ann Stevenson, Emily Stikeleather, Janice Jones. Also, Carroll Jones, Voight Hoover, Bobby Hare, David Ervin, Ervin, Bill Summers, Francis Stevenson, Harold Hedrick, Ziem Morrison and Tommy Johnson. The nursery will be open for small children.