Statesville Record And Landmark from Statesville, North Carolina on September 25, 1975 · Page 2
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Statesville Record & Landmark Thursday, September 25, 1975 Variety Of Charges Heard By Judge Johnson Defendant Faces Superior Court Trial In Forgery Cases THE SOUTHERN GATE SINGERS of Wilmington, Del., will appear at Gray's Chapel Church In the Old Field community this Saturday during a 7:30 p.m. gospel singing service. The Parsons Sisters of Shelby will also sing. Health Systems Board Election Is Slated ALBEMARLE — The conve- nors of Health Service Area HI, Region F, will meet in Albemarle Tuesday at 6 pjn. to continue the process of electing members of a governing body of the Health Systems Agency (HSA) for the area. The convenors were appointed by Governor James Holshouser in accordance with LEGAL NOTICE CREDITOR'S NOTICE Having qualified as executrix of the estate of Carl Ernest Kates, deceased, this Is to notify all persons having claims against said estate to file an itemized, verified statement thereof with the undersigned on or before the Sth day of March 1976 or this notice will be pleaded In bar of any recovery thereon. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make prompt settlement. This 4th day of September, 1975. VandaS. Kates Route 1, Statesville, N.C. 28677 Executrix of the Estate of Carl Ernest Kates Sept. 4 11 18-25 Public Law 93-641, the National Health Planning and Resources Development Act of 1974. Under the requirements of this law, all health care projects within the nine counties of Area HI, Region F, will have to be approved by the HSA board in order to be eligible for state and federal money. A list of the nominees for the board is on file in the office of Eugene C. Goeller, director of health planning for the Region F Health Planning Council, Centreline Council of Governments, 1229 Greenwood Cliff, Charlotte. Region F includes these counties: Cabarrus, Gaston, Iredell, Lincoln, Mecklenburg, Rowan, Stanly and Union. ' The Tuesday meeting will be in the Stanly County Courthouse. The public is invited to attend. MICKEY'S OFFICE EQUIPMENT Typewriters, Victor Adding Machines & Calculators, Office Furniture & Supplies. M. G. (Mickey) Mesiemore OldMtn.-Rd.(RFDlO) Tel. 528-6126 I William Scott Hampton waived preliminary hearing Wednesday on charges of forgery, and was bound over to Superior Court for trial. He was charged with two counts of forgery and waived preliminary hearing on each count. Judge Robert W. Johnson, Jr., presiding in District Court, bound him over for trial. In other cases heard, Terry Lee Mecimore of Stony Point, charged with possession of marijuana and driving under the influence of drugs, was sentenced to six months suspended three years, placed on probation, fined $100 and costs, and ordered not to drive for 12 months. However, he was granted limited driving privileges. Claude Wayne Bogle of Hidden!te, convicted of reckless driving, was sentenced to six months suspended five years, placed on probation, fined $500 and costs and ordered not to drive for 12 weeks. Eldon McDonald of 342 Harrill St., charged with driving under the influence, was sentenced to six months suspended three years, fined $150 and costs, and ordered not to drive until issued a license. He gave notice of appeal. Keith Kelly Goodwin of route 2, Harmony, charged with driving under the influence, was sentenced to six months suspended two years, fined $150 and costs, and ordered not to drive for 12 months. He was granted limited driving privileges. The state took a voluntary dismissal in charges against Goodwin of driving at a speed above the posted limit. Donald Curtis Reece of Greensboro, charged with driving while license was suspended, was sentenced to six months suspended two years, fined $200 and costs, and ordered not to drive until issued a license. Robert Delmar Gray, Jr., of 608 Harmony Drive, charged with failure to stop at the scene of an accident, was sentenced to four months suspended two years, fined $50 and costs, and ordered to make restitution in the amount of $162.50. James Adrian Griffin of 837 Opal St., charged with reckless driving, was sentenced to 90 days suspended two years, fined $50 and costs, and ordered not to drive for 10 days. Kenneth Lester Everhart of route 2, Cleveland, charged with non-support, was sentenced to six months suspended five years, fined costs, and ordered to pay $18.50 per week for support of a minor child. He was also ordered to pay one-half the child's medical bills. In the non-support case of Leroy Baker of 442 Alexander St., Mooresville, support payments were ordered terminated as the defendant and his wife are living together. Other cases heard and judgment entered included Pleas Henry Norman, exceeding safe speed, $10 and costs; Harold Gail Moore, operating vehicle exceeding width limits, $25 and costs; and Dennis Ray Rhyne of route 6, Statesville, exceeding safe speed and improper registration, $25 and costs; Edgar S. Taylor, speeding, judgment absolute. Voluntary dismissals were taken in the cases of Jerry Myers of 139 N. Elm St., charged with breaking and entering and larceny; Michael Roger Wilcox of 323 D St., charged with failure to yield Three Men Sentenced DURHAM (AP)-Seven persons pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges stemming from the seizure last April of 363 pounds of marijuana. Three of the defendants- James Edward Harris Jr., 22, David S. Parham, 23, and Robert Green Davis, 23, all of Henderson—were sentenced to indeterminate terms under the federal Youth Correction Act. The other defendants and their sentences were: Benjamin Person Thorpe III, 27, Oxford, five years; Kenneth Wayne Giz- bons, 32, Atlanta, formerly of Greensboro, five years; Kenneth Franklin Sullivan, 27, Goldsboro, four years; and Darlene Olivia Riggs, Raleigh, five months in prison and 31 months probation. Davis was sentenced pn a charge of willful possession of marijuana. The others pleaded guilty to a charge of conspiring to possess marijauna with an intent to distribute. right-of-way; Tim Hilton Ost- lantupno, both speeding. Larry Don Ruthart, Lawson Lonnie Cleen Jones, Jr., Willie wait of Newton, charged with Orders for arrest were en- David Starnes, Mathis Ann Phillip Sparks, Norman Clark driving under the influence; tered for Harold Freeman Milling, Ernest Franklin Pittman, Woodrow Junior Porfiria Eaton and Anthony Co- Danner, Curtis Wayne Haizlip, Bowers, Leland Mavis Helms, Rankin, and Jimmy L. Kerley. Dedicated to thefreeSpirit in just about everyone. BUICK FOR 1976—New grilles and dual rectangular headlamps highlight styling of Buick's Regal and Skylark series of cars for 1976. The new models are on display at Alex Greene Buick, Inc., in Statesville. The coupes in the series feature a new lower body design with flared fenders and headlamps are set in a horizontal position. All Skylark and Regal models, except the station wagon, are powered by Buick's V-6 engine. "Come See The Complete Line Of 1976 Free Spirit Bricks' Alex Greene BUICK, INC. 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LADIES POLYESTER SHIJTO Reg. 8 97 Ladies white shirts with contrast stitching trim. All are short sleeve. 3" Reg. to 9* MEN'S TANK TOPS Solids or Fancy Color. Buy now at this Reduced Price and Save. Reg. MEN'S CREW SOCKS Solid color socks of Orion/nylon blend each with top stripe trim. LADIES I APRICOT COORDINATES O88 Reg. to 7 97 Slacks, Tops, Shells, Fashion right and at big savings. LADIES TANK TOPS Sleeveless style only in Solid and Fancy colors. 100 Reg. to 2 59 87 Reg. V BOYS' SHORT SLEEVE SHIRTS 100 Reg. 2" Woven Fancy Patterns in Polyester and Cotton Permanent Press. BOYS' KNIT DRESS PANTS Polyester double knits in solid colors and fancies. Sizes 12 to 18. 988 Reg. 6" BOYS' DENIM PLAY SHORTS Boys Western Style cut offs. Buy now and be ready for next summer. Reg.2 97 CANVAS SHOE CLEARANCE SCRAMBLE TABLE ODDS'NENDS 94 Pair LADIES POLYESTER SHORTS 100 Reg. to 2" Final clearance on Shorts for Summer. Buy now and save. 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