The Daily Times-News from Burlington, North Carolina on July 9, 1976 · Page 10
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2B Burlington, (N.C.) TIMES BREAK - IN Damages were estimated to be 25 to a front trailer door at the residence of Elizabeth Parsons, after the door was forced between July 6 and 8, according to a report from the Alamance County Sheriff's Dept. Capt. David Wilson said a stereo and two speakers valued at $800 were reported missing. MAILBOXES DAMAGED Investigation is continuing into reported destruction of 53 mailboxes located on E. Gilbreath Street, Swepson - ville Road, Southern High School Road, and Rogers Road, according to a sheriff's department report. Capt. David Wilson said the damages to the mailboxes were believed to have been done from cars, and damages are expected to total between $500 and $600. He said some of the mailboxes were taken, and some were destroyed. FIRE DAMAGE Capt. Coy Justice of the Burlington Fire Dept. said an electrical fire damaged steps leading to the loft at Burch - Simmons Dodge on S. Church Street at 11:02 p.m. Thursday, but no estimate of the amount is available. MEAT THEFT Lincoln Meat Processing at 1122 Maple Avenue reported $782.02 in food was stolen from the plant between 4:30 June 3, and 7 SELLING PARTY There will be a selling party at the Morgantown First Baptist Church beginning at 11 a.m. Saturday. The menu will consist of string and pinto beans, potato salad, fish, chicken, cakes, pies, homemade ice cream and punch. The party is for the building fund and is being sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Smith. PLATE LUNCH There will be a plate lunch at Mt. Clair Hill Holiness Church beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday. The menu will consist of chicken, ham, string beans, potato salad, dessert, and iced tea. The lunch is sponsored by Mrs. Dorothy Ratliff and Mrs. Marie Ivey. YARD SALE The East Burlington Presbyterian Youth group will hold a yard sale Saturday beginning at 10 a.m. at the church on Fair Street, Burlington. Proceeds will be used to furnish air conditioning for the church. SUMMER SCHOOL ELON COLLEGE - Registration for Elon College's second summer school session will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday on the second floor of McEwen Dining Hall on the college campus. Classes will begin Tuesday and will end Aug. 13. The cost of summer school classes is S30 per semester hour tuition plus S23.50 in fees. Summer school at Elon College will offer more than 100 classes in 20 academic areas taught during the morning in air - conditioned classrooms, according to Dr. Christopher White, summer school director. Classes are taught by the college's regular faculty and all credits are transferable, White said. In addition, the college offers a full schedule of campus activities. CAMPAIGN CHAIRMEN Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ed O'Herron has appointed Howard S. Fogleman Jr. and Thomas B. Sain as Alamance County chairmen of his campaign. Fogleman is a native of Burlington and president of Howdie Inc. in Alamance County and president and treasurer of Fogleman Bros. Inc. Sain is a native of High Point and is a retired executive vice president of Burlington Hosiery Company. He is past president of the Board of Directors for Elon Home for Children INFANTRY REUNION SET The 69th Infantry Division Association will hold its an - - NEWS Fri., July POLICE a.m on July 1 according to a Burlington Police Dept. report. RING TAKEN D.L. Smith of Berkeley Road reported a child's ring valued at 175 was taken from his residence between June 21 and July 4, according to a Burlington Police Dept. report. CASH THEFT Maran Hizaroglu of 404 S. Spring St. reported personal items valued at $135 were taken from his clothing while he was at the Burlington City pool between 4 and 5 p.p.m. Thursday, Burlington police reported. HOME ENTERED Rick Campbell of 126 Friendly Road reported his home was entered between 1 and 11:30 p.m. Thursday, and a clock radio valued at $35 and $10 cash was stolen, according to a Burlington Police Dept. report. UNDER INVESTIGATION Burlington police report their investion is continuing into a report from Mary Lee of 544 - A Beaumont Avenue that a black male entered her residence at 3:05 this morning and left when she awakened. According to the department report, Ms. Lee said the residence was entered by means of a front window.and she awakened when the un - nual reunion at the Bran - dvwine Hilton Inn. Claymont, Del.. Aug. 15 - 22. It will be the 29th get - together for the "Fighting 69th" veterans of World War II. Special guest will be Gen. Charles L. Bolte, who organized and activated the "Fighting 69th" at Camp Shelby. Miss., in 1943. Will Robertson, who in April 1945 was in charge of the patrol that first contacted the Russian Army at Torgau on the Elbe, is also expected to attend. All veterans of the 69th or its supporting units, the 661st Tank Destroyers and the 777th Tank Battalion, will be welcomed at the reunion. Details are available from Clarence Marshall. 101 Stephen St.. New Kensington, Pa. 15068. OPEN AIR SERVICE A special open air evangelistic service will be held on Saturday at the recreation area of the Maplebrook Apartment on Maple Avenue. The service will begin at 6 p.m. with ministers Harry Cohen, Delbert Blackwell, and Larry Blackwell handling the services. The public is invited and in case of rain, the service will be rescheduled. The event is sponsored by the New Covenant Holy Church. WORKSHOP ATTENDED ANNAPOLIS, Md. - Tim W. Byrd, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph R. Byrd of Burlington, was one of more than 700 of the nation's top high school students with demonstrated aptitude for engineering cr science, who participated in the Third An - nual Naval Academy Engineering - Science Seminar and Workshop at Annapolis during June. More than 3.000 young people between 15 and 17 years of age competed for invitations to attend the five - day workshop. Final selection was based on performance in the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test and the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. During the workshop, students received professional instruction from Naval Academy faculty members in the fields of engineering, computer science, physics, chemistry mathmatics and environmental science. EVANGELIST TO SPEAK Lay evangelist Tommy Parker will speak for the first time on "The Second Coming of Jesus Christ and the Rapture" at 7:45 p.m. Saturday, July 17, at Cummings High School. Parker will be joined by three singing groups, "The BLOTTER identified person came into her bedroom. CB THEFTS Two CB radios were reported stolen in two separate incidents, according to the Burlington police department reports. Both radios are valued at $175. One was reported by Howard D. Hensley to have been stolen from a 1975 Old - smobile parked at 1917 - G LeMans Apts. when the car was entered between 1 and 1:50 a.m. The other was reported to have been taken from LeMans Apts. between 12:05 and 6:15 a.m. by Otha Lee Hicks of Box 9182, Greensboro, according to the Burlington Police Dept. reports. ONE - CAR WRECK The driver of a car which struck a utility pole and careened into a tree head - on at 1:05 this morning was treated for multiple abra released sions and cuts and according to officials at Alamance County Hospital. Linda Lee Bailey, 28, of Rt. 2, Hayesville, had the accident which caused $400 damages to her 1965 Ford after the vehicle hit a curb on the right side of the road and she lost control, according to a Burlington Police Dept. report. Hospital officials said they had no record on her passenger, Harvey Bailey, 28. of Rt. 2, Hayesville, who Gospel Baptist Church Youth Choir" from High Point, the "Guiding Light Quartet" from Graham and the "Triumphants Quartet" from Burlington. The Rev. David Reed will be song leader and Joy Wynn will be crusade pianist. REPLACEMENT SOUGHT J.S. Frank, assistant administrator of Alamance County Hospital in Burlington, filed notice July 1 of intent to incur a capital expenditure to purchase a multidirectional tomographic unit to replace an existing diagnostic x - ray unit. The equipment is estimated to cost $125,000. The project proposal has been submitted to the N.C. Department of Human Resources, State Health Planning and Development Agency, for review by plan - ning agencies under provisions of the Social Security Amendments of 1972. The planning agencies will seek to determine whether the project is needed, if it can be adequately staffed and operated, whether it is economically feasible within prevailing rate structure and if it proposes specific cost - containment features. SENIOR CITIZENS MEET The Action In Aging senior citizens group in Gibsonville will meet Tuesday, July 13, at 10:30 a.m. in the Gibsonville school home economics building for a covered dish luncheon. Interested senior citizens are urged to attend the event, sponsored by the Gibsonville Recreation Dept. HORSE SHOW SAXAPAHAW - The First Annual Burlington Vans Ltd. Horse Show will be held Saturday beginning at noon at the Circle K Ranch in Saxapahaw. Featured will be English and western saddle and game classes for youth, novice and advanced riders. Trophies and five ribbons will be awarded in each class and a large trophy will be awarded to the show's overall high point winner. Proceeds from the show will be used to fund a social service project being developed jointly by the Alamance County Department of Social Service and Burlington Vans Ltd., a locally - based, family - oriented club for van owners. FOOZBALL MARATHON The Alamance County Chapter of the American Cancer Society is sponsoring a "Foozball Marathon" in cooperation with the Pied Piper's Gallery and the Burlington Amusement and Music Co to raise money for also was reportedly taken to County Hospital. Investigation is continuing, according to the report, but no charges have yet been filed. Expansion Planned Plans for expansion of the Winn Dixie Store at Cum - Park Plaza Shopping Center were announced this week by Hugh Cummings of Cum - mings and Park Development Co. and Paul Delacourt of North Hills Inc. Winn Dixie, currently occupying 20,000 square feet, will expand to 26,000 square feet with a complete remodeling of the existing store and an addition of a full line delicatessen and bakery. Second Arrest In Murder Case RALEIGH (AP) - Raleigh police say they have made a second arrest in the June 16 slaying of a Nige4ian exchange student, Donald Obi - Obasi. Detective Lt. K.J. Johnson said Thursday Donald Jeffrey Crews, 31, of Garner had been arrested and charged with murder. Earlier Roy Lee Cates of Durham was charged. Police said Obi - Obasi was the victim of a mistaken identity shooting in a drug - related quarrel. cancer research, education and services. The marathon will begin at 4 p.m. Friday, July 30 and continue until Saturday at 4 p.m. at the Pied Piper's Gallery at Holly Hill Mall. About 130 teenagers will take turns participating in the games on two tables in the gallery throughout the period. Each participant is responsible for raising a minimum of $10 before the marathon to participate. Donations can be made during regular hours from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. or through Betsy Long, chairman of the marathon, or Tom Sherman, chairman of Cancer Crusades for the Alamance County Chapter this year. BAKE SALE The Adult Sunday School Class of Cedar Cliff United Methodist Church will have a bake sale Saturday, July 10, at Coy Payne's Grocery on N.C. 87, eight miles south of Graham. The sale will begin at 8 a.m. and proceeds will go to the church building fund. FAMILY REUNION The Gant family will hold a reunion at the home of Mrs. Lacy B. Gant of the Green Acres community off Burch Bridge Road Sunday, between 1 and 2 p.m. A picnic lunch will be served. SPECIAL SERVICE The Rev. Delbert Blackwell will speak at the New Covenant Holy Church at 7:30 p.m. Friday, with music rendered by several singing groups. Proceeds will benefit the Sunday School department. REVIVAL A revival is now in progress at the Mebane Church of God, 404 W. Jackson St., Mebane, with Evangelist Bobby Gilley speaking. Services will begin nightly at 7 p.m., through July 11. Consolidation CHARLOTTE (AP) - The North Carolina, National Bank plans to consolidate in Charlotte and in Raleigh some of the support functions or backroom work now being done in Greensboro. Of the 918 NCNB employes now in the Traid area of Winston - Salem, Greensboro and High Point, 106 will be transferred to Charlotte, beginning in February, and 16 to Raleigh within two months. The back - room work includes computer processing of checks and deposit slips. Workers in the commercial banking and the NCNB Mortgage Corp. offices In Greensboro will not be affected. Pictured is the architect's drawing of the future building of Baptist Temple of Alamance County. The building will be constructed on an 8.3 acre tract of land on Anthony Road in Burlington and will have 25,800 square 'feet of floor space. Estimated cost is $550,000. A ground breaking Dean's List Nine area students made the Dean's List at for the spring semester at Wake Forest University. They are: Virginia Hope Garrison, Millie Joanne Jones, John Kennedy Pittman, Larry Everett Norton, Sandra Massey Smith, David Clinton Spivey, Gordon Rexal Walker Jr., all of Burlington, and Karen Ann Lewis of Elon College, and Joanne Rachael Atwell of Mebane. Area students who made all . A's during the second semester at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro are: Sharon L. Arwood, Sheldon Cheek, June G. Moon, Deborah A. Nicholson, Pamela G. Mincy, Louisa F. Payne, Beverly L. Perryman, Janet Starr Powell, Wanda Hadley Stafford, Nancy S. Street, Patricia P. Wall, Sarah B. White, Vicki E. Williams. Other students who made the Dean's List are Thomas L. Albright, Barbara L. Bailey, Mary L. Brafford, Linda L. Bullock, Elizabeth A. Creech, Nancy D. Detter, Family Reunion Planned The Slaughter - Hicks family reunion will be held at the American Legion Building in Mebane Sunday. All relatives and friends are invited to attend the annual event. Those attending are asked to bring a picnic lunch. Lunch will be served at 1 p.m. Foster Home Needed A young, black man, age 18, needs a foster home for one year beginning in August so that he can finish high school. He is good company and is not a discipline problem. He has never been in trouble with tthe law. He needs a family to talk with, laugh with and have fun with. If you can open your home to him, contact his social worker, Stephanie Eddy, at the Alamance County Department of Social Services (telephone 228 - 6441). Funds are available to pay his room and board". S IX CLASSIC SATUR DAy EVENING POST covers, flTffiy Notman Rockwell. SIX BOTTLES OF BEAM BOURBON EACH IN 1 1 S OWN BICENTENNIAL The banjo - to oniu American Musical Instrument) VS INVENTED BY JOSEPH SWEENV - A MUSICAL IRISHMAN WHO WAS SO vrot ten: e that uc uic CALLED A WHOLE BAND IN Baptist SCHOOL NEWS Maureen Williams Gilfred L. Fray, Cynthia L. Harden, Debra J. Hardie, Gail C. Henderson, Wilson M. Jeffreys, Deborah S. Kelly, Sheree E. King, Belinda C. Ledbetter, Barbara G. Massey, Kathryn B. Metts, Elizabeth A. Mincey, Nancey G, Simmons, Billy W. Sprinkle, Rebecca L. Staley, Cheryl L. Stanfield, Hilda C. Stockard, Elizabeth S. Win - borne. Local students making the Dean's List at Greensboro College were Deloris Ann Gilch rist. Mattie Lee Burns Miller, and Barbara Williams Scantland. Burlington students attending North Carolina Central University in Durham who made the Dean's List are: Michael Snipes, Pamela Teel, and Angela Brown. Honor Society Kathy Barnwell and Carolyn Rivers Hardy of Alamance County have been inducted into the East Carolina University chapter of Gamma Beta Phi Honor Society. Gradnates Graduates completing the Quantity Cooking and Baking School at the Alamance Subsidiary of the North Carolina Department of Corrections are: Samuel C. Allen, Fred Broadnax, Gary B. Crawley, Reginald Garner, David C. Williams, Vernon J. Brandon, Mason R. Butler, Rickey Daye, Gary L. Sibley, and Hulon Wilson. Advanced students completing the course were Larry M. Boyer, Michael D. Brown, and Robert L. Rushing. Theological graduate Donald Lee Tew was graduated from the Methodist School in Delaware, Ohio, with a master of Divinity degree. Tew attended Walter M. Williams High School and Bicentennial limited EDITION 100 MOCTH OLD BEAM B0CR6ON OF AMERICA FOR 181 YEARS FROM 1795 TO TODAY - SIX GENERATIONS OF WE BEAM FAMILY tfAVE SEEN MAKIN6 TffE WORLDS FINEST BOURBON, CARTON " (mm Tempi ceremony will be held immediately following Sunday morning services on July 18. Construction is set to begin the next day. The church is presently located in the Sox and Martin Building on Tucker Street Extension. Dr. Donald R. Carter is Pastor. Willard Thigpen was graduated from High Point College. John Stephen Cox of Burlington graduated at Campbell College in May. He was a Dean's List student. Promotion Cadet Willard McAdoo Thigpen Jr. of Burlington has received a promotion within the South Carolina Corps of Cadets at The Citadel for the Answer Filed In Libel Suit A local weekly newspaper being sued for a half million dollars in a libel suit by a Burlington man for allegedly depicting him "in a false light in the public eye", responded to the initial complaint Thursday, relying on truth and public records as defenses for many of the charges. William C. Lassiter, general counsel for the N.C. Press Association, prepared the answer for Tom Boney, publisher of the Alamance News in Graham in response to a civil lawsuit brought June 10 by Paul D. Brown. Brown filed suit following publication of his name in news stories and editorials in the newspaper. The Alamance News has a policy of publishing names of local persons charged with driving under the influence of alcohol. Brown did not want his name to appear in the newspaper. The paper alleged that Brown became a "public figure", for which editorials are protected, after his conviction for driving under the influence of alcohol, the revocation of his driver's license and his conduct regarding the newspaper accounts. In the answer, the Alamance News admitted publication of editorials but denied all other material allegations of the complaint. In addition, the answer alleged that Brown "voluntarily and actively projected himself into a matter of great public interest and concern and undertook to use his influence in attempting to change long standing policies established by law with respect to public access to public records..." when Brown tried to stop the information from appearing in the paper. I To Vote In August 17th 1 Primary Election Only 9 I I Registration Days Left. SERVIN6 THE UNITED TASTES SSI KMUCSTTRAIGHT BOURBOM WHISKY F Distill to 1976 - 1977 academic year. Election Terry Gilmore Edwards of Burlington has been elected dorm president of Howerton Hall at Montreat - Anderson College. Child Care Training Don and Gwen Phillips of the Baptist Emergency Care Home in Burlington are attending the annual Certificate Training Program for Group Child Care Personnel which was held at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Scholarship Maureen Kay Williams of Burlington has been awarded a James M. Johnston Scholarship for undergraduate study at UNC - Chapel Hill. Sororities Donna Lorraine Shaw of 419 Crescent Ave. was presented as a debutante by the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority of Fayetteville State University in its annual Blue Revue. She was awarded a scholarship in that event. AND 80HU0BT

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