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The Franklin times. (Louisburg, N.C.) 1870-current, September 25, 1969, Page 2, Image 2

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District Court Has Heavy Docket The following cases were disposed of during a session of District Court on Monday, September 22nd: Lawrence Foster, n/m/61, operating auto intoxicated. Pleads guilty to careless and reckless driving. $100.00 fine and cost. Curtis Herring, w/m, pub lic drunkeness (2nd offense). $25.00 fine and costs. Gilbert Wayne Carson, w/m/25, speeding. $10.00 fine and costs. Henry Roy Lee Carroll, n/m/44, public drunkeness and possession of liquor. $25.00 fine and costs. Joseph Brodie, n/m/43, public drunkeness (2nd of fense). $25.00 fine and costs. Sylvester Cooke, n/m/19, careless and reckless driving. 90 days in jail, suspended for 3 years on payment of $35.00 fine and costs; To surrender his operator's li cense and not operate a motor vehicle on the high ways of N. C. tor 3 months and not violate any motor vehicle laws of N. C. for 3 years. M. L. Cone, w/m/36, giv ing beer to minor. To pay cost of court. James Edward Hayes, n/m/35, operating auto intox icated. Plea of careless and reckless driving accepted by State. $100.00 fine and costs. Phillip Wayne Fulford, w/m/17, possession of beer under age of 18. 2 days in jail and to pay costs of court. Wayne Boone, w/m, as sault on female. Prayer for judgment continued for 5 years on condition defendant not be out of his house after 10 p.m. unless in the presence of his wife, except when he is working and that he not go to any dances with or without his wife. Lindy Wright Ball, w/m/35, improper registra tion. Not guilty. Joseph Brodie, Jr., n/m, non support. Not guilty. Harold Johnson Bedding field, w/m/38, driving under influence. 6 months in with recommendation for work release. James Simpson Finch, w/m/20, careless and reckless driving. Nol Pros with leave. Willie Ander Thomas, n/m, careless and reckless driving. $35.00 fine and costs. Jimmy Lee Wilder, u/m/32, assault with deadly weapon; assault on female. Not leal than 4 month* nor more than 12 months in jail, with work release recom mended. Notice of appeal. Bond let at $300.00. Jimmy Lee Wilder, n/m/32, assault on female. Not lea than 4 months nor more than 12 months in jail with recommendation of work release. Notice of ap peal. Bond set at $300.00. Jonathan McKnight, n/m/30, operating auto intox icated. Nolle pros with leave. Rodrick Mclver Watts, Jr., w/m/60, operation auto in toxicated; possession of tax paid liquor. State accepts a plea of careless and reckless driving. $100.00 fine and costs. John Eddie Woodard, n/m/36, improper brakes. To pay costs. MacArthur Richardson, n/m/16, careless and reckless driving. $35.00 fine and costs. Charles William Paschal, w/m/55, speeding. Prayer for judgment continued on pay ment of costs. William Elias Shearin, w/m/37, speeding. Prayer for judgment continued on pay ment of coats. David Mark Wilson, w/m/19, speeding. To pay costs. Henry Williams, Jr., n/m/28, without valid license; improper registration; no in surance. 60 days in jaQ, sus pended for 3 years on pay ment of $50.00 fine and costs and not operate a motor ve hicle on the public highways of N. C. until properly reg istered and insured. James Arthur Williams, n/m/42, operating auto intox icated. 4 months in jail, sus pended for 3 years on condi tion defendant remain of good behavior, not violate any penal laws of North Caro lina for 3 years, pay a fine of $100.00 and costs and not operate a motor vehicle on the public highway of N. C. for a period of 12 months except as allowed in Restrict ed Driving Privileges. Robert Floyd Nevils, w/m/36, operating auto in toxicated. 6 months in jail. Notice of appeal. Bwpd s?t at $300.00.- ? n ; I Frank Jeremiah McBride, w/m, speeding. Prayer for IGA WEEK-END SPECIALS TABLERITE ROUND ? STEAK - TABLERITE CUBED _ ^ ^ STEAK " 1-M MORRELL BEEF m M LIVER - 49? ECONOMY COT PORK CHOPS ? 49c MORRELL SLICED BACON ??* JH TABL-.AEAT BREAD u""~' 23$ IOA FROZEN _ _ POT PIES - 15t GARNER GRAPE ^ _ JELLY ? 23t 8AV-MOR _ _ MAYONNAISE ? 29( ROYAL GUEST CAUFORINA PEACHES ? 23( CUCUMBERS - St KfcO GRAPES - 3ft WHIT* POTATOES - 45t -S*?? YOUR TAPE SAME "3M- S125.00 judgment continued. Robert Floyd N evils, w/m, carrying concealed weapon. Not guUty. Clarence Gordon Moody, w/m/22, improper passing. Not guilty. James Woodward, n/m/28, non support. 6 months sus pended sentence previously imposed is ordered invoked. Court recommends work re lease. Jerry Richardson, n/m/20, assault on female. 45 days in jail. Alice Williams, c/f, public drunkeness. To pay costs. The remainder of the de fendants listed in this docket pleaded guilty under waiver statute: The following were charg ed with motor vehicl? viola tions and each paid costs of court: Allen Tant, Jr., w/m/31; Curtis Lee O'Neal, w/m/17; Elnora Preddy Over ton, w/f/55; Lanny Ray Rear don, w/m/25; Presley Herman Ward, Jr., n/m/22; Franklin Stanback Winn, w/m/43; Louis Edward Fogg, n/m/19; Robert Theadore Hayes, Jr., w/m/17; Shelley Lee Kelly, n/m/23; Charlie Davis Bob bin, w/m/59; James Clifton Arnold, w/m/24; Perneil Al ston, n/m/18. Charged with speeding and each paying $5.00 fine and costs were: James Henry Por ter, n/m/54; James Wynne Williams, w/m/19; Peter Law rence Brocklin, w/m/19; Roy Earl Allen, n/m/22; Melvin Paul Adklns, w/m/43; William Gather Brooks, Jr., n/m/24. These were charged with public drunkeness and each paid $5.00 fine and costs: Edward Turner, w/m; Warren Lynn Shelley, w/m/27; Lu cinda Williams, n/f/37; Eirlie Williams, n/m/29; Joe Junior Pergerson, w/m; Frank Perry, n/m/45; Robert Young, n/m/34; Bob Leonard, n/m/47; Charlie Henry Duns ton, n/m/40; George King, c/m; Nelson Kearney, n/m/20 and Perry Austin, n/m/42. Fred Elmer Ferguson, n/m/27 and Larwrence M. Neal, n/m/21, each paid $9.00 fine and costs for speeding. Robert Flynn Harris, Jr.. w/m/19, speeding. $7.00 fine and costs; Walter Horace- Pllwi, w/m/26, speeding. $15.00 fine and costs. Pete Muldrow, c/m, worth less check, hid amount of check and costs. Schooled In Cotton CHECKMATES? Apple-pollshlng's In order for the back-to school set, end checked cotton gingham It equally In order for brother-slater wear. Bright red apple appliques adorn the front of the little boy'a button-on suit and the girl's back-belted apron. By U1 Pilly Originals, both have con trasting collars of white cotton pique SISTER MARY HEALER Spiritual Advisor on ?11 your problems nvmi spiritual hialu Mmm fa?H, fewM..? fhmu *f my kind? Stolor Mirr to located on Bulaoaa Htgkway I. on? milo South of Handaraoo. N. C. on Tlilitoh R-d. )u?i aero- ik. highway fro. War^r Eraaa Barbocuo. Look for lho Mg Indlaa Hood siSter MARY IS OPEN DAILY AXD SUV DAYS FROM 7 IK THE MOBMtNO UWTIL 19 AT WIOHT. ^ Louisburg College "Broadway Tonighf'Opens Concert Series Broadway comes to Louis burg College on September 30 opening the Louisburg College Concert Series for 1969-70. An extravaganza spanning the American musical theatre from the Zle g field Follies straight up to the "now" music of Broad way's biggest smash hit, "Hair," the show is entitled "Broadway Tonight!" This very special evening of enter tainment will be presented at the College Auditorium. Cur tain time will be at 8 P.M. Tickets are all sold. The company has played across the country and back again for the past two years, detouring to the Far East and Canada to equal acclaim. Last winter the U.S.O. sent this talented crew to the Philip pines, Hong King, and all major baaee in Vietnam. The troupe <hm enthusiastic ova tion everywhere. Owrently, a second Mltion Is louring army bases throughout the Carribbean and South Ameri ca. "Broadway Tonight!" abounds in color and quality. Eight attractive, highly skilled singers and musicians go through their paces at a dizzying rate, highlighting the many memorable moments of America's greatest musical heritage: the Broadway musical comedy. Along the way we are treated to num bers from such great shows as "Oklahoma," "Gypsy," "Show Boat," "Hair," "Caba ret," "Hello Dolly," and many, many more. A special attraction is a highly dramatic sequence re-creating the beauty and tense magic of "West Side Story." "Broadway Tonight!", not content juat to entertain the ear, has provided the eye with sumptuous costumes, abounding in feather, spangle, and spectacle. Quite rare for a touring company. Six people (four women and two men) wearing over 60 costumes is quite a sight in two hours! Deaths And Funerals } MRS. MATT IE C. WHITFIELD I LE0 M CHAPPELL ' " Fnnklinton - Mrs. Mat tie Cheatham Whitfield. 91, died Tuesday night at Rogers Nursing Home in Wake Forest following an extended illness. Surviving are one daugh ter, Mrs. Ruth W. Gorham of Rocky Mount, in Which she made her home; one son, Dr. Richard Cheatham Whitfield of Fnnklinton; 3 grandchild ren. Funeral services will be conducted today at 11:00 A.M. at Sandling Funeral Home by the Rev. Earl Rich ardson, pastor of the Metho dist Church in which Mis. Whitfield was a member. Thanks The family of Mrs. Mattie F. Lancaster wishes to thank the staff of Franklin Mem orial Hospital for all the kind deeds shown her during her illness and for all the visits, cards and letters from friends. Franklinton - Funeral Mr vices for Leo M. Chap pell, 56, of Rt. 1, Franklinton, who died Monday night, were con ducted Wednesday at 2 p.m. at th? Franklinton Baptist - Church by the Revs. Horace Jackson and Dwight Cooper. Burial followed in the Oak Grove Baptist Church ceme tery near Wake Forest. Awkward Moments Here's the story as a Lon don paper tells it! "Hoskins, the cook, ad vises me that you were badly intoxicated last night and that you were trying to roll a A barrel out of the basement. Can this be true?" "Yes, my Lord." "And where was I during this time?" "In the barrel, my Lord." FRANKLIN COUNTY SHRINER'S FISH FRY Wednesday October 1V 1969 11 A.M. to 8 P.M. FORD'S WAREHOUSE All Proceed Going To The Crippled Childrens Hospital $1.25 plate Village Fish House Restaurant SPECIALIZING IN FRESH SEAFOOD FRESH FISH-OYSTERS SHRIMP PHONE 496-4467 For Take-Out Orders HOURS: MON. THRU FRIDAY 11 A M. -9PM SAT & SUN 4 To 10 P.M. Located Across From Ford's Warehouse No Alcoholic Beverages COMERS YOU ARE J 9lf<| ni tvntll. ionc?r' >iiJ lo JaH) oJ talimn ' i * ' ijt : ' ?> V. ?(b Buicks are here. iMf >!)"? They're just for you. The cars you've been asking for. From Buick 1970 This one is the GS 456. Sleek, sporty, exciting Its engine? 455 cubic-inches. 350 horses strong With a four-barrelcarburetor that breathes through real air-scoops Four on the floor? A finely tuned 3-speed automatic7 Both are available Power disc brakes Positive traction differential High performance rear axle ratios, too. And lots more Wide-tread fiberglass belted tires that are standard on all 1970 Buicks give improved traction dunng braking, cornering and acceleration; significant increases in tread life; and substantially superior resistance to road hazards Side guard beam construction for added protection. Body by Fisher There's luxury, too. Bucket seats, if you want them. Full carpeting Obviously the most exciting car we've ever made And one that you've been asking for. See it. See all the 1970 Light-Your-F ire Cars. The Gran Sports and Skylark Sport Coupes and Convertibles. 'M Wouldn't you really rather have a Buick? j SM

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