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The Robesonian from Lumberton, North Carolina • Page 8

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The Robesoniani
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Lumberton, North Carolina
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Page 8--The Robesonian, Tuesday, Sept. 19, 1961 In Lumberton Recorder Court Shopping Without Payment Results In Two Sentences It took David Rhodes. 51-year-i Stanford Locklear, assault on old Negro of South Cedar street, Addie Locklear, 12 months. Lumberton. only a short time to! David Edwards, fishing with- jump from the frying pan a license, costs.

ie re i James Spivey, assault with a Rhodes was tried in Lumber- mop handle on Diane Suggs, 90 ton Recorder court Friday for; days suspended one year on ghopiiflin? shirts and costs. valued at $13, from Belk-Hens-j Crofton Johnson, non-support dale companv and sentenced tojof three children, dismissed, proto days on the roads, suspended secuting 'witness, Betty -on payment of $25 fine and costs. The same day, he was arrested again for shoplifting, this time for taking six shirts and a pair of boots from Raylass Department store, with a value of $39.87. Tried Monday, Rhodes got six months on the roads, with the ether 90 days tacked on the end of that. Other cases heard included: Lou Johnson, to pay costs.

Marvin Nash Taylor, non-support of five children, 12 months suspended on payment of $15 weekly. Mamie Lee Smith, possession of whiskey for sale, six months suspended on $25 fine and costs. Doretha Pope, larceny of $32 from Ernest six months suspended on condition she make restitution and pay $25 fine and costs. Edgar Britt, larceny of $30 Bobby J. Monroe, public drun- from a Wiikins, sixjkenness and carrying a conceal- months suspended on condition ed weapon, a pistol, 90 days sus- he make restitution and pay $251 pended on $35 fine and costs.

Clarence T. Jones and James Faulk, discharging a firearm nside the city limits, 30 days suspended on costs. William Boyd Ivey, improper vehicle registration and possessing whiskey, 30 days suspended i In Robeson Superior Court Trial was underway today in Robeson Superior court of the damage suit of W. M. Hughes fine and costs.

Glenn Lamb, possessing whiskey, 30 days. St. Andrews Night School Opens Friday LAURINBURG Persons interested in taking night classes for credit at St. Andrews Presbyterian College may enroll for classes starting at 7:00 o'clock Friday evening in the Liberal Arts Auditorium of the Liberal Arts and Science Building. Classes now tentatively scheduled will include "Public Speaking," "Contemporary World History," and a Bible course, all taught by Dr.

Louis C. LaMotte, director of adult education for St. Andrews. Other courses which may be offered, depending on interest shown on the part of the public and the availability of teachers, include' college algebra, composition and rhetoric, American history, accounting, painting for pleasure, educational measurements. business and industrial psychology, and orchestra.

Night classes for adults will be offered at St. Andrews during the hours from 7:00 until 10:00 p.m. The classes will be three hours once a week in order to keep commuting to once-a-week tor most students. Three credit hours will be given for each course. The Adult Education Program Seminary Courses Set For Mt.

Airy PEMBROKE--Registration for classes in the'Seminary Extension Center of the Burnt Swamp Baptist Association will begin Thursday evening at eight o'clock, at Mt. Airy Baptist church, according to Rev. Dawley Maynor, associational missionary. The courses will be held each evening for 18 weeks. I They carry extension credit, but participants must enroll on Thursday and attend regularly to receive credit.

The courses are open to interested persons such as ministers, teachers in Sunday Schools, church officers, and to the general public. There will be two courses: Evangelism, taught by Rev. James Bardin, pastor of Berea Baptist church; Old Testament, taught by Rev. Alton Hicks, pastor of West Lumberton Baptist church. against Chief Wynn and Thomas Wynn.

Plaintiff seeks $20,000 damages for personal injuries and $804 for property damage from an auto accident July 2, 1960. on NC 211. It is contended that the car was driven by the son, Thomas Wynn, when it was in collision with that of Hughes. Defendants have filed i a counter claim for $350 for property damages. uncontested divorces were granted in the Monday session, all on grounds of two years of separation.

These were cases of Charles E. Grimsky vs. Frances Floyd Grimsley, Frank Odom vs. Evelyn Odom, and Evelyn Harrelson Simmons vs. Wade Oswell Simmons.

A case for issue only was that Southern National Bank of umberton vs. Nolah Hershel Vhite in which plaintiff was a- arded $339.37 due from a eon- ract EXAMINING HUNDREDS OF BOOKS for high school libraries are principals, teaches; and librarians of Indial schools of Robeson county. The exhibit was prepared by Mrs. Emily Butler, director of instruction. The books are to be on display today for Negro teachers and on Thursday for teachers in White schools.

All the books in all fields of interest are approved by the state. After examining them, teachers and librarians will make out lists of the books they desire to add to their library shelves. (Gra3 photo) on $10 fine and costs. Junior Hunt, alias Henry Al len Hunt, assault on a minor prosecuting witness, Ethel Bar Ion, ordered to pay costs. Franklin D.

Hayes, speeding 60 miles per hour in a 45-mile zone, forfeited $14 cash bond. Bobby Brown, assault on Geraldine Brown, prosecuting witness ordered to pay costs; resisting arrest and using profanity, 60 days suspended on $10 fine and costs. There were five additional cases of public drunkenness. also offer some community service programs, not scheduled for credit, if the demand is demonstrated. The "Great Books" program is already definitely scheduled to begin on Thursday, October at p.m.

in Room 122 of the Liberal Arts and Science Building. There will be no charge for this or other community service programs. Fees for credit courses will be based on credit hours. Navy Reservists Install A Chief A dinner at The Anchorage, Lake Waccamaw, last night was 'ollowed by the formal installa- of Lt. Commander Howard Coyle, Lumberton, as commanding officer of the Navy Reserve composite group here.

Coyle took over as head of the reservists from Lt. Commander Dick DuRant, also of Lumberton. Members of the unit, a training group for all classifications of Navy Reserve Officers (from frog-men to pilots and ship commanders), entertained their wives and a number of non-reserv- Traffic Busies Fairmont Court FAIRMONT -r- A 'fairly long session of Fairmont recorder's court Monday was taken up with routine matters, with traffic violations playing a big part. James F. Wilkerson, Fairmont, was taxed $15 and costs for careless and reckless driving.

In other traffic violations, Joe Scott, route 2, Fairmont, and James Chavis, Fairmont, were taxed costs each for improper brakes; Harry Caddy, route 1, Fairmont, costs, improper registration; Hayworth Worley, Fairmont, costs, failure to dim lights, Neil Archie Hunt, judgment continued, improper muffler; Hector McCallum, route 1, Orrum, expired license, nol pressed by checking that license is valid until 1962; Stell Stephens, route 1, Orrum, $10 and costs, no insurance and failure to transfer registration. Jimmy Hansell Lewis, route 1, Deaths Funerals Beasley Britt Beasley Britt, 67, died Monday night about 9 o'clock at his home Major League ist guests. Almost 50 persons were present. Executive officer for the group is Commander R. D.

McMillan. of Red Springs; program officer is Lt. CDR Spurgeon Canady of Tar Heel; administrative officer is Lt. Ed Bodenheimer of Red Springs; and permanent training officer is Captain E. Duval Lennon of Lumberton.

Past commanders of the group in- Orrum, was charged with felonious larceny of an auto, no operator's license, producing a fictitious license. The state took a nol pros, since the defendant was 15 years old. Vollie Jones, Fairmont, was found guilty of an assault with a knife on Mozell Davis. He drew three months, suspended on $20 nd costs. On appeal bond was set at $200.

Dan "Bud" Wallace, Fair mont, found guilty of assault on erry Powell with a soft drink bottle, was ordered to pay $10 fine, costs, and $5 medical ex- enses. Reuben Jacobs, Fairmont, was charged with breaking and ent- By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (based on 350 or more at bats) Cash, Detroit, and Howard, New York, Pier- sail, Cleveland, .324. Runs--Mantle, New York, 130; Maris, New York, 125. Runs batted in Maris, New York, 138; Colavito, Detroit, 132. Hits Kaline, Detroit, 183; Cash, Detroit, 179.

Doubles-- Kubek. New York 38; Kaline, Detroit. 37. Triples Wood, Detroit, 12; Lumpe, Kansas City and Keough, Washington, 9. Home runs--Maris, New York, 53: Mantle.

New York, 53. Stolen bases--Aparicio, Chicago, 51; Howser, Kansas City, 36. Pitching (based on 15 or more decisions)--Ford, New York, 24-3, Terry, New York, 14-3, .824. Strikeouts--Pascual, Minnesota, 2U7; Ford, New York, 192. CAROLINA WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY AN UNHOLY ALLIANCE! ThrM hefl-drivm men stalk a fcwifuL tempting woman alont in an untamed action and explosive emotions on the screen! elude Rev.

R. L. Alexander, Duval Lennon, Herschel Haney, Howard Livingston, and W. Scott Shepherd. Prisoner Pulls Vanishing Act Efforts to locate Benny Ham monds.

65, of route 1, Lumber ton, still had not been success ful today after he disappeared from the prisoners' dock in Lum berton Recorder court Monda morning. Hammonds was arrested at 10 a.m. Monday by Ptl. D. R.

Tolar for larceny of a 25-pound bag of flour, valued at $2.15, from K. M. Biggs, Inc. He was taken directly to the court and placed in the dock but later it was discovered he had departed. in the Mt.

Elim Baptist church section, after several years of failing health. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Mt. Elim Baptist church by Rev. A. P.

Stephens of Lumberton. Burial will be in the Ward cemetery. The body will be carried home this afternoon from Stephens Funeral Home, and will be placed in the church Wednesday an hour prior to the funeral. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Docia Sellers Britt: tsvo sons, Charles Rudolph Britt of Hampton, and John Horace Britt of Newport News, four grandchildren; sisters, Mrs.

W. W. Martin of Chadbourn, Mrs. Emma Ivey of Orrum. Rt.

The Big Top Is Going Up On Thursday Fire Chief E. J. Glover has announced that tickets for the King Brothers Circus, which comes here September 21, are now on sale at Johnson Drug store. The big three-ring outfit will pitch its tent on the Jaycee fairgrounds and will give two performances, one in the afternoon and one at night. Many outstanding acts are on the schedule, including aerial! ists, gymnasts and acrobats, as 1, and Mrs.

Carrie Dawson of as forming elebhants Lumberton; one brother, Leon E. Britt of Lumberton, Rt. 2. Parking Smash The parked car of Elsie Allen Smith of route 5, Lumberton, was damaged $50 in an accident at 5:40 p.m. Monday.

Ptl. A. C. Stone reported that Richard Earl McCall of Lumber ton was driving north on Chestnut street and attempting to park when his car struck the Smith car, parked near Fourth street intersection. 211 DRIVE-IN LAST TIME TODAY ft I tf It I i NOW PLAYING -THtiOTI or THE Muirrr mure ering and attempted rape by Marie Kinlaw.

As she withdrew the charge, she was taxed costs. Glynn Leggett was charged with assault with a deadly weapon, a knife, by Mrs. Leggett. She failed to appear and the state took a nol pros. Clarence a 11 was brought into court for failing to comply with a judgment given in a non-support and abandonment case.

The sentence was invoked. Rudolph Bass. Fairmont, was charged by Dorothy Bass with abandonment and non-support. When the prosecuting witness failed to appear, the court took a nol pros. There were three cases of public drunkenness.

National League Batting (based on 350 or more at bats) Clemente, Pittsburgh, Pinson, Cincinnati, .343. Runs Mays. San Francisco, 119; Robinson, Cincinnati, 111. Runs batted in Cepeda, San Francisco, 129; Robinson, Cincinnati, 119. Hits Pinson, Cincinnati, 193; Clemente, Pittsburgh, 197.

Doubles Aaron, Milwaukee 38: Pinson, Cincinnati. 33. Triples--Altman, Chicago, 12; Boyer and White, St. Louis. 11 Home runs--Cepeda, San Fran cisco, 41; Mays, San Francisco, 38.

Stolen bases--Wills. Los Angeles. 34: Pinson, Cincinnati, 22. Pitching (based on 15 or more decisions) Podres, Los Angeles. 18-5.

.783: Miller, San Francisco, 13-4, .765. Marshall McLean HOPE MILLS Marshall McLean, 91, Hope Mills, Rt. 1, died Funeral services are today at 3 p.m. at Mt. Pisgah Church, conducted by Rev.

R. Stocks, assisted by John Gibbs and Rev. S. N. Lamb.

He is survived by four sons, L. M. Of Wilson, A. L. of Wilmington, W.

E. and J. J. of Hope Mills; two daughters, Mrs. J.

W. McPhail of Lumberton and Mrs. James Sanders, Fayetteville; one brother, A. E. McLean of Fayetteville; two sisters, Mrs.

Hattie Horner and Mrs. Sallie Barnes, both of Fayetteville. and the laugh-provoking clowns. A huge menagerie of wi'd animals will also be on exhibit. WEDXESDAY THURSDAY "ALL IN A NIGHT'S WORK" With Shirley Mat-Laine And Dean Martin MCMHGCJt MKSCNTS MUL MARK SAINT; RALPH LEE J.COtB/SALWNEO/JOtW DOKK JIU.

HAWOHTHr 3 Showings Daily 1:00 4:40 8:20 Passes Suspended tonight on TUESDAY'S SCHEDULE Channel 5 WRAL Raleigh Hitclicnck 9:00 Billy Graham Cain's Hundred 6:25 Weather 6:30 Sports 6:45 News tCMBERTON THURSDAY SEPT. 21 Auspices, FIRE DEPT. Doors open 5:30 7 P.M. SHOWS: 4 and 8 P.M. THEDEAOCf COMPANIONS PftTMt-COLOM Negroes Lead NC Migration RALEIGH (Af) Negroes in the 20-39 age group made up thej majority of the 291,544 persons lost to North Carolina through migration during the decade of the 19501.

A report released Monday by the public health statistics section of the State Board of Health said the population loss through migration was 185,101 for nonwhites. or 13.8 per cent: and 106,443, or 3 per cent, for whites. Birthday Parties FAIRMONT Saturday afternoon the sixth birthday anniversary of Leamon Brice was marked by an outdoor party at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.

B. Brice. The honoree's guests were served birthday cake and lemonade by his mother, Mrs. Brice: his grandmother. Mrs.

Mattie Brice, and a neighbor, Mrs. Ernest G. Jones who also distributed lollipops and yo-yos as favors. The children attending were Arnold McLean, Jeff Rogers, Jim Leggett. Ricky Baxley, Charles Perry, Peter Levinson, Peggy Capps.

Jill Jenkins, George Floyd. Gail Inman, Terri Sue Jernigan, Kent Pittman, Debbie Lewis, and his younger sister, Bridgit Brice. MICHAEL WALTERS Mrs. Rembert Williams entertained a group of little boys on For both races and both sexes, Thursday afternoon, the event the 20-39 age group was most af- ce i CD rating the eleventh birthday of her son, Michael Walters. After assembling at a local dnig store for refreshments.

MAUREEN BRIAN O'HARA KEITH STEVE CHILL COCHRAN -WILLS fected by migration. The I960 census placed at WORLD ITS FIELD 556,155 the North Carolina popuia- ITS TRIUMPHS REACH jtion. Based on 1950 population. THE SEAS1 an births and deaths since that i time, the figure would have been i 4,847.699 except for loss from gration. according to the report.

Thirteen counties gained popu- i lation because of migration, and i the remaining 87 lost. The five leaders in population were: Onslow. 35 per cent: Mecklenburg, 12.4 per cent; Car- THE COLOSSUS OF ALL AMUSEMENTS WONDERS FILL- IMG 3 RINGS, 2 STAGES, 6IANT HIPPODROME AND MIGHTY AERIAL ENCLAVE Mrs. Williams then accompanied the group to the Riverside Thca- I MIS FUNNY FORD GREAT JESSICK STMWStNIFMCER LAST TIMES TODAY ERSKLVE INGUSH' some ANIMALS J500.00S INVESTED $3,271 DIIIT Kin Cfren. JuTS I 10.4 per cent: Cumberland, 1C per cent; and Forsyth, 8.8 per cent.

The five counties which had the highest per cent loss were: Warren, 28.5 per cent; Swain, 27.7 tM the TWICE DAILY AFTERNOON end NIGHT per'cent; Yancey. 24.6 per cent: Children 75c Adults fl.IO i Madison, 24.4 per I Greene, 23.9 per cent. and ter in Lumberton for the matinee. "Five Pennies." The party guests included Wren Wallace, Wesley Freeman, Johnny Bullock, Glennie Smith, and Hal Herring. Crash Kills Wife; Husband Is Held WHITEVILLE Mrs.

Lizzie Jane Hunt, 47, of Route 1 Evergreen, died in an auto wreck Sunday night and her husband, James Walter Hunt is charged with drunken driving and with manslaughter: he is free under a bond. State Trooper G. T. Lane said Mrs. Hunt was pinned under the car when it overturned on the old Lumberton road and was dead on arrival at Columbus County hospital.

The trooper reported that eight members of the Hunt family and six members of a Smith family were riding in the car which Hunt was driving. None of the other passengers were hospitalized. Funeral services for Mrs. Hunt will be held Wednesday at 3 P. M.

at New Bethel church. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Surviving are her husband, James Hunt of Evergreen, Rt. two daughters. Mrs.

Pearl Jones of Whiteville. and Miss Anna Hazel Hunt of the home: seven sons. Willie French and Lee Vernon of Baltimore, Franklin of the United States Army stationed in Korea, Albert, Lindsey Lee, Tracy Carroll and Henry Thomas Hunt, all of the home: three sisters, Mrs. Bessie Scott of Lumberton. Mrs.

Anna Clark of Fairmont. Mrs. Rosie Norton of Whiteville: and four Brothers. Johnson Hunt of While- ville. Piummcr Hunt of Maxton.

Hunt of Fairmont, and James Prather Hunt of Washington (N.C.I. 5:00 Cap'n 5:30 McGraiv Cap'n Five 6:05 Stateline Lock Up 11:00 Dateline. Spurls 6:20 Viewpoint Laramie 11:15 Jack Paar Channel 6 WECT Wilmington Popcye 7:05 News 9:00 Angola. 5:30 Rocky Friends 7:15 Dous Edwards 10:00 TBA Ben McDonald Beachcomber 11:00 Weather. Showcase Uifleman 11:15 Jack 1'aar U'eathor Hitchcock Channel 8 WBTW Florence 5:00 Snzy 6:45 Edwards Tom Ewell 5:30 The Boxo Show 7:00 Navy IMS Playhouse 30 5:55 i a Patrol 7:30 Tombstone 11:00 News Weather 6:25 Tobacco Father Knows 11:10 Sportsbeat Keporier 8:30 Dobie Cillis 11:15 State Trooper Channel II WTVD Durham 5:00 Fun Hour Dous Edwards Comedy Spotlight UciniTb, iitnace 7:00 Paradise 0:30 Playhouse 'J(l 6:30 Xeu-3 My Three Sons 11:00 News 6:40 Weather Dobie Gillis 11:15 "Craig's Wife" PROGRAM PREVIEW Tuesday shows as previewed Geraldine Page and Sterling by TV Time's staff of critics: Hayden, as a woman and p.m.

(8)--Father Knows vict brought together by a ram- Best--(repeat) Appealing chap- paging Mississippi flood in 1927, ter in which Kathy wins an es- and their struggle to survive, say contest held by a local mo- io-u p.m. 5, 6)--Cain's 100. vie theater. This entities her to Premiere Ambitious scries, to SNB SERVICE -NONE BETER LOW COST AUTO A We Do Not Charge For The Unnecessary Extras! Installment Loan Dept. of SOUTHERN NATIONAL BANK "Auto Financing At Its Best" 112 W.

3rd St. RE 9-3355 YOU DON'T In Armed Forces WADE CT-AYTOX SMITH Wade Clayton Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wade Smith of 403 West 19th Street, Lumberton. is now at Parris Island.

S. C. where he will take his twelve weeks of basic training the Marine Corps. be the guest of Greer Garson when the star's new film opens. take place in different cities in Kathy comes down with meas- the U.S.

The bringing to ies and is brokenhearted. Father justice the country's top 100 un- Miss Carson's autograph derworld figures. Opening plot for her and returns with a sur- shows care for detail, yet dis- piise. plays an air of the contrived. p.m.

'8. 11) Play- Lawyer Nicholas Cain tells mob house Man" (repeat) boss that he plans to quit the Iforlon Foote does a creditable rackets. Since he knows too cdaption of this William Faulk- much, the mobster orders him ner story. Fine performances by knocked off. FIDDLE AROUND JONES Buick-Cadillac TVIVDL 1939 W.

2nd Lumberloa WEDNESDAY'S SCHEDULE 5:00 Can'n Five Deputy 6:00 Cap'n 5 6:05 f-tateline Viewpoint 6:23 Wea'-her Channel 5 Raleigh 6:30 Sports 10:0 Billy Graham News 11:00 Dateline 7:00 Death Valley 11:10 Sportsline Train Jack Taar Peter Gunn 3:00 Mystery Tlieatre Do you suffer fc.1 Nights? DeWitfs Pills relieve restlessness, mild bladder irritntions and muscular pains caused by sluggish kidneys. Kidneys act as filters and DeWitt's direct diuretic action helps them remove impurities. A mild analgesic eases pains back, joints and muscles. DeWitt's Pill I.one Ranger 6:00 Ben McDonald Tobacco 6:40 Uiiitcd Fund It Could Be You Life of Uiley 31:00 Weather, News 11:30 Jack Pau- Channel 6 WECT Wilmington 5:01) Huck Hound 6:50 Tobacco Mystery Theater 7:00 Weatner 7:05 News 7:15 Dous Edwards 7:30 Wasor- Train Joey Bishop Channel 8 WETW Florence 5 -no Siiy.y Serenader's 9:30 Got a. Secret 5-30 Spaceship C-S 7:15 TUA 10:00 Hawaiian Eye 6-00 Huck Hound K.C.M.P.

11:00 News-Weather News A 1 1:1 Snorts 6-45 Dou" Edwards Panorama 11:15 "Jane Kyre" Channel 11 WTVD Durham B-O Kun Hour 7:00 The Rebel U.S. Steel Hour 6:00 Bugs Bunnj 7:30 Malibu Run 11:00 News 6-IiO News Project Hope Weather Detectives Doug tldwirdi Gol A 11:15 "Dangerous Vv'at- SHOP and SAVE for the Entire Family at KOBESON COUNTY'S LEADING DEPARTMENT STORE Bdk-Hfnsdali.

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