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ASHEVILLE CITIZEN-TIMES THURSDAY, NOV. 19, 1992 Malcolm X' opening uneventful AP AND STAFF REPORTS The local theater showing "Malcolm X"is planning extra security for the movie that debuted Wednesday, but theater operators in other parts of the state announced no special precautions. The biographical film is set to premiere at 1,200 theaters nationwide. Some areas were preparing for the possibility of violence and beefed up security. Warner Bros, has offered to provide additional security for those theaters who request it Heath Edwards, assistant manager of Beaucatcher Cinemas, said they will take Warner Bros.' offer and hire security guards for the weekend showings of the movie. The theater experienced no problems during the first showings Wednesday, he said. "If we have any trouble, it will happen Friday or Saturday night," he said. The Asheville Police Department is not planning extra steps for "Malcolm X," said Capt. Will Annarino. "It's more of an educational movie than something like "Boyz in the Hood" that related directly to gang activity and drugs," he said. "I would be hard pressed to see how anyone could use this movie to incite riots or cause problems." Michael Stevens, assistant manager for the Janus Theater Complex in Greensboro, said he expected large crowds because there are only two theaters in that town showing the film. As for security procedures, Stevens said the Janus complex took no extraordinary actions. "The police in Greensboro already know we're going to have a large crowd, and they'll be patrolling by," Stevens said. Stevens said his theater showed "Boyz In The Hood" last year and experienced no problems from the audience. "The only problem we had last year was a radio promotion where too many tickets were given out and people were sneaking in," he said. The Janus had an early showing of the movie Wednesday to accommodate a class from Greensboro's Dudley High School. 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Asheville Mall Located lower level, in the new wing near Belk (704) 299-4920 If you do not have time to visit our store, we invite you to order toll free 1-800-829-7789 24 hours a day or FAX your order 1-817-347-8291 SALE $179 Reg. $249 ENGLISH BUTLER'S BUFFET This popular mahogany-finished table features a wood-inlay design tray with hinged leaves, carved handles and polished brass hardware. The top lifts off for serving. Leaves out: 29 "h x 35"w 25 'i SALE $15 Reg. $25 BRASS POTPOURRI DISH ON STAND 3'2"h; 6" diameter bowl SALE $49 Reg. $69 EXECUTIVE VALET Mahogany finish. 4Vk"hx 18"wx 12'A'd Ask for our free catalogue. We accept MasterCard, Visa and American F.xpress. 1 miMwmmB Maggie Ennis Jordan WEAVERV1LLE - Maggie Ennis Jordan, 88, of 1350 New Stock Road, died Tuesday, Nov. 17, in a local nursing center. She was a native of Benson and was a resident of the Kinston area most of her life. She had lived in Weaverville since 1991. She was active in church work, civic affairs and the Kinston Garden Club. She was formerly a member of the Disciples of Christ Church and later a charter member of Northwest Christian Church of Kinston. She was a member of First Baptist Church of Weaverville at the time of her death. She was married to William Joseph Jordan who died in 1977. She is survived by two daughters, Lillian J. Ward of Weaverville and Nellie Mae Tegeler of Troy, Ohio; one son, William Elmer Jordan of Troy; six grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday in the chapel of Edwards Funeral Home, Kinston. The Rev. Robert E. Opperman will officiate. Burial will be in Pinelawn Memorial Park, Kinston. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at the funeral home in Kinston. A local memorial service will be held at a later date. West Funeral Home is in charge of local arrangements. Gladys Logan Gladys Logan of 12 Melbourne Place, died Wednesday, Nov. 18, in a local hospital. The family will be at the home of Annette McDaniel, 11 Melbourne Place. Allen & Associates Mortuary will announce the arrangements. Clarence L Moore Sr. Services for Clarence Lee Moore Sr. of 93 Oakland Road, who died Tuesday, Nov. 17, will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Calvary Presbyterian Church where he was a member. The Rev. Patricia Beacon will officiate. Burial will be in Ashelawn Garden of Memory. A native of El Dorado, Ark., Moore lived in Asheville for 57 years. He was the son of the late Thomas and Delsie Ford Moore. He is survived by his wife, Sadie Douglas Moore; two sons, Clarence L. Moore Jr. of Dayton, Ohio, and Robert D. Moore of Charlotte; and three grandchildren. The family will receive friends from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Friday at Hart Funeral Service where the body will remain until placed in the church 30 minutes before the ser vice. Frank F. Laetsch Frank F. Laetsch, 73, of 23 Panorama Drive, died Tuesday, Nov. 17, at his home. He was the son of the late Harry and Ethel Laetsch and was a U.S. Navy veteran of World War II. He retired in 1976 from Southern Bell Telephone Co. after 30 years of service. He was a member of Mt. Herman Masonic Lodge and the Telephone Pioneers of America. He is survived by his wife, Nelle Robertson Laetsch; one son, Gregory F. Laetsch of Palos Verdes, Calif.; one sister, Mildred Cypher of Stockton, Calif.; and two grandchildren. Services will be at 3 p.m Thursday at West Asheville Presbyterian Church where he was a member. The Rev. Ben Sloan will officiate. Memorials may be made to the Buncombe Chapter of the American Cancer Society, 31 College Place, Building D, Suite 310, Asheville, N.C. 28801. . Groce Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. mm LI 505 Regular Fit Jeans I8.95-$21.95, 517 Traditional Boot Cut Jeans $18.95-$19.95 JACKSON i TRADING COMPANY & 41 l'alton Ave., Asheville X 701 25l-l8l2.Mon.Snl. -s Hatdssr MARKETING OPPORTUNITY We are now accepting applications for the position of local store marketing Host or Hostess for our Hardee's Restaurant, located in Bryson City. Apply in person at the Bryson City location ONLY between 2 & 4 P.M. Thursday November 19 thru Sunday November 22. This position will offer an. opportunity to work in a food service establishment while providing the excitement of working with the community and local organization. We offer competitive wages iiexiiDe scneauies paid vacation promotional opportunities meal ticket program 5I Jim .lJti alii ja&i u mv 20 nL 1 W V Ijjjj ujjjjj ujj3l EZ3 B3 EZZ3 ESI frszi cza ssi zai OPP AMY F TTPM Expires 6p.m. Saturday, Nov. 21st II Excludes Easy Spirit, Rockport, Keds, K-Swiss. SAS, T. Hitsmn,J.kenee, gift certificates, special orders, and n previously purchased merchandise. Also excludes all ladies' 11 1 : w.. J : u : 1 . u 1 . r - I 1 I " A Tri T f 1 T silver, sequins or beads by Anne Klein II, Caparros, Jacques II Levine, Nina, Dolce, Impo, Magdesians, Life Stride, Pnvate II Collection, and Dyeables. May not be combined with any other discount. OFF ANY SINGLE ITEM hxptres 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 21st Excludes Easy Spirit, Rockport, Keds, K-Swiss, SAS, T. Hitsman, J. Renee, gift certificates, special orders, and previously purchased merchandise. Also excludes all ladies' evening bags and evening shoes in satin, velvet, peau, gold, it!1 a m I) D silver, sequins or beads by Anne Klein II, Capirros, Jacques H Levine, Nina, Dolce, Impo, Magdesians, Life Stride, Pnvate II Collection, and Dyeables. May not be combined with any other discount OFF ANY SINGLE ITEM Expires 6p.m. Saturday, Nov. 21st Excludes Easy Spirit, Rockport, Keds, K-Swiss, SAS, T. Hitsman, J. Renee, gift certificates, special orders, and previously purchased merchandise. Also excludes all ladies' evening bags and evening shoes in satin, velvet, peau, gold, silver, sequins or beads by Anne Klein II, Caparros. Jacques Levine, Nina, Dolce, Impo, Magdesians, Life Stride, Pnvate Collection, and Dyeables. May not be combined witn any other discount. mm D D D FOR SHOES The Southeast's Greatest Shoe Selection Open Mondtv Saturdm9fflim.k 600 pm. Fnity opm until 830 pm. Loot tad tt 27 North Ltxinglm Avenut, Downtown Athevdle. FREE PARKING IN Cm LOT ON RANKIN.

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