The Daily Times-News from Burlington, North Carolina on December 22, 1971 · Page 9
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The Daily Times-News from Burlington, North Carolina · Page 9

Burlington, North Carolina
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Wednesday, December 22, 1971
Page 9
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Burlington Governor Gives ^·» - nf Tinslev to North sfsszr^'t Su-arB^s ^rar-JsK Scott's legal aide. Tinsley,--' M in baiunivie ^i'"^ 1 - l"* i- , has worked for that city s sanitation department since 1945 using the name Chfioid Fugitive-His Freedom Cx ^ Tmslcy's back- a tenant , i c v;ncir\ ': airest and com- familial \\ rcnorted later were E,cials said they had « f J'* sslea " s ° sentence to ground, who had all repore ^ ^ t i- i +« nrnoPPmC niUlCU 1 1115 '-**· . , , U i ' l l nG ICCl tl rnuuv,l 1J» v t* e i n r ' P J?"LL° « who "tune served." meaning t :; t ' arrcsted un t,l mote since 'Alamance County's Matters Of Public Record s identity, kept even from his ssife of 20 years. was not disclosed until a tenant at one of his two renta properties filed suit against Tinsley. , , Both Tinsley and his \ule. Wilhe, 55, cried as they were told last Friday of. the old fugitive charges against him, which North ^Carolina cor- rections officials said they had no choice but .to Prosecute Detective Melvin Neff, wh had arrested Tinsley here, and Man land Prosecutor Hmvaifl Geish, made aopeals on his e --H there'? ever been a man rehabilitated, i t ' s h i m Gcrsh said after Tinsley s ai- rcst ' The government ought to step into the case and protect this Baltimore citizen. Scott heeded those appeals and others from people who had read newspaper accounts ,,. Tinsley'5 a " -est and corri " muted Tin:..,. ( - "tnne served, »...- 0 all fuither charge in the casw and the renaming term \\ouiu be dropped scott. who saKi he tt ;; acung ' m the spirit of the Christmas eason. said e took the action "m accord \utn he feeling that rchabililalion should b a a primary concern of our correctional eltats ^ h a tenant on which charges later were thrown out. had been living in Bait - cituer m the ditch G\\endorsn. Ne\s is tha' piece of \ o u r 98-cei't .. Tue Gideons are an organi- ,/ai.on of t r a v e l i n g . m e n i v j o a r e banded together foi the , )f p r o v i d i n g even ' K r o i n w t h a Bible Gersh Marriage Licenses Marriage licenses issued dur- in« the past week by the Alamance Ctounty Register of Deeds were as follows: Phillip Austin Lowe and Pa tncia Ann Keegan, both of Bur lington. Darrah and wife Barbara, roperty in Country Club Forest n Boone Station township. Thomas F. Cole and wife eanette, Harrison Jones and wife Florine to S. Cecil Johnson and wife Bessie property on n- and w e e s s Bethany Drive in Graham town ngion. Dwight Eugene Barnette an th o Dwight JiiUgene caim^ «.· Amy Carolyn Huffines, both o Burlington. irungwn. Gary Clinton Westbrook an Delores Carolyn Brown, both o Joseph Everette Faucette o Graham and Teresa Faye Par dise of Burlington. Marvin Lewis Harden ship. Supermarket o£ Burlington Inc to BH Curb Markets Inc. property on West Webb Avenue in Burlington township. Building Permits DIVORCES Divorces granted in Alamance Superior Court during the montn, of November were as follow*- i Linda Florence Terrell from Paul Eugene Terrell Jr. Margriett Y. Hargis Ronald Arthur Hargis. Demse Elkins Martin Julian Lee Martin. Margie Evans from Preston Evans Jr. Alvm Allred Jr. from Juanita from from R e i d s l e and Phyllis Gray of Burlington. Jean Building permits issued durin the past week by the Graham of Building Inspector included the r a y o u r . John Freeland Sears and Fay Donnell Tickle, both of Greens- following. Nowell Coble, to erect storage building on 306 W. Haraen St. bC Michael Gary Bailey of Gib- ane sonville and' Norm'a Marie Koonce of Burlington. Steven Carey McCormick and Trudy Gail Windsor, both of Burlington. r^^,^ and Keith Lysandra Graves ana R?se Lee Worth, both of Haw Rl sf er ven Wayne Robinson of and Myrtle M.yrrahann r TT«.-.. T?nrar no cost given. Charles Whitesell, to add bedroom and den to house at 311 Clapp St. at a cost of $2,000. Building permits issued according to tn Jack Childers, were as follows. Ralph G. Harris Constructs 2oU To v v - ^ Greensboro and Linda Kay Har- to build houses at Ave. at a cost of $31.00 " * * ~ ~ r, i IPOO "D nil in O"\,vnnci of £46 400 st IOAO ixOinti5"^ uu Rd at a'cost of $31,400 three Ho well from from Kenneth M Bessie D. Carder from Jerry E Nancy e A. Johnson from James Villiam Johnson. Emma Maxme Perry G. Jonnso. irom Division of thr S. S. Company Yow Save At Kmart You're Saf» Parlingiorrie]^ Ns-^ ^»vX r^ ~ 1 _ - -^ - 'f r~x ^^^ffi5TMt^ · rison of Burlington WeWi of Bur- at a cosi ui ·P-,"'-. :·- the 2000. block of Walker , Dabbs Car- jessie uonaiu Parker of Whitsett and John Priscilla Breeze and at Sl'iOjtUU, di OU" " -- *' , a cost of $42,000 and at Tarleton Ave. at a cost $60,000. Spence and Lester to bund ho-s on Engleman Avenue^ Shirley Harold I Myrtle [Howard ^--^^ Moore. iiu ,. ard Swain I Beverly Brant Swain. ' R o b e r t S. Tickle from Ann Tickle. Vicky Smith Greeson jCbarles Monroe Gre«-on. from from | from i from Reg. 1.86 - 3 Davs Pretty metal and plastic tea set with tray, plates, cups, pitcher, silverware. 2 designs. ·^|S7»^^__^-- TOT OR BABY DOLL Rea 1.97-Your Choice !!·· drink and wet or ®^ ^ ! 2" toddlers. W,th rooted long J| ^^ ha.r pintedarms nlegs.Save. ·» A^D TRI i 5 4E^ i i f o a C.\. Hawthorne $11,100 tine Joyce G jJSS MadUwn Simpson of Concord and Cynthia Elaine Simmons of Henderson S ?SSU Lloyd Whitt and Bessie Mae Johnson, both of Bur- at to build house i Street at a to from Ro»,M ' Harris. from ^ r\-mpact polystvrens bodx. " Reg. 1.46 Choose from M-l ^'^s, Save of K mart £^. 2.17 - ' Contains over 700 new passwords, ' score pad, rule book, scoring dial. Ages 10 and up. house at 1407 Keogh St. at a cost of §28,000. , Thomas Lindley to build garage at 2110 Pmeway Dr. at 6 _ . i _c cm nnn · $12,000^ fmft ° n ' Alan Kimrev of SnowH Geraldine Mvgaret ·^·iTa. * ,-»» 5heryl Phillips- red ^^® B 'a*' Sove O f fx mon Dolls and Fashionable Clothes f RRRKIP® Ensembles for i |iAnBl fi$ i · ® j p f^ ORFRRMCr ^Barb,e°and P.J. P*a. 2.56 f and Sharon Day Honey- Greensboro and Dollie Faucette of Burlington , Renaldo Lovisa Jr. of Raleigh and Alma Dean Jams of Meb- Ray Vance of Burlington and Dianna Suggs ot Ha Edwin er Edwin Henley 66, Ashebo?o, and Margaret Robinson English, 66, Carey. "Statin Jay ^mpton/nd Irene Suitt, both of Mebane. Ir Ronnie Lee Mann and Beverly JeanLoy both of Burlington. Charles Thomas Ross Jr. and Barbara Carol Chrismon, both ° £ wmiam g Kdth Dodson of Graham and Alice Bernice Beam J0 nn uu*«~. Yellock and Bobby Ann Harris, both of Burlington. Corporations Articles of Incorporations filed in the register of deeds office dur ng the past week were as THAT SAY, »------^.^-""""""""^^^^^^^ U^H-CORONAJYPEWRITER Headquarters a Manual ^ Electric Portables At SPECIAL CHRISTMAS PRICES Come In frSee^Ou-JeJectior^ Sturdy Desk Lamps · rne ou, of Burlington Inc g to carry on the business of a w SstauraV care soda fountain cabarat, night club and bar business, ^corporators are W. Clary Holt, JameVc. Spencer Jr. and Bessie Phillips, all o i l Co. Inc., to deal I products, gaso- r kerosene, etc. Incor-] See Our Wide Selection Of Wood or Onyx DESK PEN SETS DESK PAD SETS 2.Z5 UP PEN AND PENCILS SETS "nd William W. Jordan, all ATTACHE CASE Large Selections OTHER BRIEF BAGS CASES $5.98 up Reg. 2.56 HO. 1 BSH60H PACK Your Choice Choose Mal.bu l l ' i " Barbie®orll"Fronc.ef both with twist 'n turn waists.Inswim gear. THE MOVE TOO! Reg. 2.33 Skipper®the9'= " pixie miss, has a t w i s t ' n turn waist. Dressed in two- piece beach wear. Save. Ea. RegTT-48 Ea. Choose f r o m f r i n g e b e n e f i t s 1wo-way1iger. baby doll pinks or glowin' out SO. 2 2.16 Ea. M Each Evening out, midi mood, superscorf.redforram , 3 Reg. 2.96 Ea. ^|i Each Pick poncho put -on golfmg greats, others. ^^%f /^W*S} i, "v ^ ·* W*\.-*} , ~j{-jn.i Ik ^ ~ 4 '" U P c s o Mer 8 er of Bakerl _ Cammack Hosiery Mills Inc. into GCO Acquisition Inc. Real Estate Transfers Deeds filed during the past week by the register of deeds Sec included the following Robert N Amend and wife C y R ntSo Gerald M F u t e ] and wief Barbara, property _on . Re gent Park Lane n Burlington township. , \V.G. Crumpler Inc. to MEM'S STRETCH SOCKS STA1MLESS FLHWRE SET PLUSH ANIMALS DflV? o 50-PC SET iobl^oons. in lovely patterns? (amance Office Supply colors, ®Du Pont T M . 5. Fit 10*13, Save! c 213 MAPLE AVE. - DIAL 227-2071 Free Parking in Rear Store For Our Customer i3,6 MAPLE AHD «f-*»tl « NORTH

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