The Daily Times-News from Burlington, North Carolina on April 23, 1976 · Page 14
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The Daily Times-News from Burlington, North Carolina · Page 14

Burlington, North Carolina
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Friday, April 23, 1976
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2B Burlington (N.C.) TIMES - NEWS Fri., April 23, 1976 Model Flight Planned Coloring Books Given Students Models to Go Mall To Mall Two model airplane enthusiasts have plans to tackle the mileage between Four Seasons Mall in Greensboro and Holly Hill Mall in Burlington with their radio controlled crafts. Sunday, Dave Che'sney of Greensboro GRAMS (Green - sboro Radio Aircraft Modelers) will pilot a radio controlled model aircraft from Four Seasons to Holly Hill, with take off set for 8 a.m. The projected non - stop flight will be monitored along the route by three Carolab communications vehicles. A Carl Goldberg Senior Falcon radio controlled plane has been chosen for the flight, and should touch down at Holly Hill at 8:30 a.m. At the mall, the Burlington BARKS (Burlington Aircraft Radio Kontrol Club) and the Greensboro GRAMS will display radio controlled airplanes throughout the weekend. On the following Sunday, May 2, Mike Montgomery of the Burlington BARKS, along with co - pilot Chris Huffine, will pilot the model airplane "Jaws" in a non - stop flight in the opposite direction, with touchdown at Four.Seasons. There will also be a radio controlled airplane exhibit at Four ' Seasons, April 30 to May 2. The exhibits and flights on both weekends will culminate with the 7th Annual Central Carolina Meet, to be held at the old Fairchild Airport in Burlington May 8 - Books Presented The Burlington Board of Realtors is presenting 10,000 educational coloring books to Alamance CountyBurlington City schools. Looking over the books are, left to right, Anne Morrison, David Greene, Alliene Johnson and Brank Proffitt. Construction Worker Charged Top radio control pilots from N.C. and neighboring states will compete in the event, which is sponsored jointly by the BARKS and GRAMS. HOLDEN BEACH, N.C. (AP) A construction worker, Howard D. McNeil of Lumberton, who had been working on the parsonage, has been charged with murder in the fatal stabbing of a woman in a church at Holden Beach, authorities report. Sheriff Herman Strong said that NcNeil was arrested Thursday and accused of killing 26 - year - old Mrs. Jackie Webb in the Sabbath Home Baptist Church the day before. She was slain while feeding the cats of the vacationing pastor. An autopsy disclosed Mrs. Webb was stabbed nine times in the upper torso, the sheriff said. Schools To Get 10,000 The Burlington Board of Realtors is presenting educational coloring books to every child aged kindergarten through fifth grade in Alamance County. President Jean Pulliam, announcing the gift of 10,000 coloring books, said, "The Board of Realtors wanted to contribute something meaningful to the Bicentennial celebration in Alamance County. "The public relations committee of the board, chaired by Anne Morrison, came up with the idea of the historical coloring book, and it is our hope that each child will not only enjoy the book but will like history presented in such an appealing way." The books will be distributed to Alamance County, Burlington City, and independent schools. Using the theme "Make America Better," the local board has also presented May Memorial Library a 16mm film narrated by E.G. Marshall and entitled "Uncle Sam: The Man and the Legend." The film may be borrowed by calling the library. The Board of Realtors has also presented the main library and all branches, as well as each middle and high school, a book entitled "Uncle Sam: The Man and the Legend" by Alton Ketchum. Bingo HAW RIVER - The Haw River Recreation and Parks Commission will sponsor bingo games tonight at the civic center beginning at 7:30 p.m. and continuing until 11 p.m. Meeting HAW RIVER - There will be a Haw River bicentennial meeting tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the Haw River Civic Center. BABY CONTEST A plate dinner will be held at the home of Eddie Chandler, 600 Richmond Ave., Saturday from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. for the benefit of the Alamance County Beauticians Baby Contest. Plates will sell for $2 each and take out orders will be available by calling 226 - 7071. FISH FRY There will be a fish fry at the home of Mrs. Eunice Haith Rogers in Morgantown Saturday beginning at noon. Hot dogs and pies will also be sold and proceeds will go to the Deep Creek Primitive Baptist Church building fund. The "Pastor Aid" will hold a selling beginning at 4 p.m. Saturday at the Springdale Church hut. Fish, hot dogs and chicken will be available. The Annual Cancer Drive house - to - house canvass will be held in the Gibsonville - Whitsett area Sunday afternoon, April 25. Mrs. C. A. Wharton is chairman of the Gibsonville effort and Mrs. Fred Kleeburg will conduct the Whitsett drive. Members of the Business and Professional Women's Club and the Girl Scouts of America will call at individual homes. CANCER DRIVE CHAIRPERSONS (LEFT TO RIGHT) Mrs. Gurney Davis, William Allison, Glo Glenn Volunteers Will Launch 1976 County Cancer Crusade A free film presentation is scheduled between 2 and 4 p.m. Sunday, April 25, in the. Graham court house annex on the subject of Citizen's Band radio emergency procedure. The film,which is about 20 minutes long, will be shown several times and the general public is invited. There will be a selling Saturday beginning at noon at the home of Mrs. Lottie Jenkins, 1308 Kennedy Ct., for the benefit of Beulah Baptist Church. Plates consisting of chitterlings, fried chicken, vegetables, desserts and hot dogs will be sold for ?2. For take out orders, call 226 - 4260. Some 1,2000 volunteers will launch the 1976 Residential Cancer Crusade in Alamance County Sunday, according to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sherman, chairpersons for the Alamance County unit of the American Cancer Society. Primary objectives of the crusade include: letting residents of Alamance County know and understand the life - saving facts about cancer; to show how essential early detection and prompt treatment in dealing with cancer is; to present the value of an annual physical checkup as an instrument of early detection and the importance of more research in solving the cancer problem. "The 1,500,000 Americans now alive who have been saved from cancer emphasizes the effectiveness of educational, research and service programs," Sherman pointed out. "Education leading to early detection and treatment alone could save half of those who develop cancer. Only one in three is now saved. More research, for which greater funds are needed, is the only hope for a complete control of cancer. "Knowing the needs," Sherman continued, "we are confident the people of Alamance County will respond. It is not only a duty but a privilege. There is no greater privilege than helping to save lives." Mrs. Gurney Davis is serving as the Burlington residential chairwoman, and the Burlington division will hold its drive from April 25 through May 1. The Graham Jaycees, with William Allison serving as chairman, will shore up the Graham drive Sunday, April 25. The Mebane Business and Professional Women's Club, with Mrs. A.T. Glenn Jr., serving as chairwoman, has set their drive for the first week in May. Two Fight for Sidewalks Continued from IB happening. We've just been lucky so far, that's all," Mrs. Powell said. The two women are similarly frustrated by the Grove Park area parents' response to the need for safe walkways. They sent 500 letters to parents and made over 300 calls seeking support at - the Tuesday council meeting. One parent, other than the two women, showed up at the meeting, and few called council members to voice spend at home," Mrs. their support. Braxton said. "But, But, the women say they somebody has gotta do it." are not giving up. "I'm just not letting it stop "I'm tired and feel in - with a gravel path and a adequate at times doing this, public hearing," Mrs. Powell It takes a lot of time I need to added. Wreck Kills Two Musicians CHARLOTTE (A) - Two members of the George Shaw Trio, a Charlotte jazz group, were killed Thursday when their van collided with a tractor - traailer truck near Fort Lawn, S.C. They were George N. Shaw, 23, the founder, who played guitar and piano, and John C. Wilhelm, 22, a drummer. Special Show It took a lot of equipment for a special slide show at the meeting of the Burlington Lions Club Thursday night at Southern Grille. Jane Iseley, who is on the photographic staff of Colonial Williamsburg, presented a slide show on the Virginia historic site. Jane, a local girl, is shown here with a number of the - projectors she used in the presentation. It took some two hours just to set up the equipment. (Times - News photo by David Rolfe) If YOUR BUSINESS RYS ANYTHING FOR BANKING SERVICES, YOU'RE WING TOO MUCH. At Burlington National Bank we offer absolutely free, "free" checking. No - Strings - Attached Free Checking. No service charges, no minimum balance checking. Free. For businesses like yours. Plus we offer Check - n - Save, the closest thing to paying interest on checking accounts. It too is available to businesses like yours. Plus commercial loans when you need them. Call Burlington National A Bank today. 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