VOL. V. NO. 36 . " 1?P'
By John W. Temple ton
For the second time in less than two months, a blari
family moving into a suburban area of Forsyth County
has been greeted with vandalism.
The latest incident occurred at the newly-bought home
of Walter L. Hunt Sr. at 3289 Goslen St. in the Bellwood
Estates section of Pfafftown.
Hunt's daughter, Mrs. Michelle Hunt McClary, told
the county sheriffs department that \raw eggs and at
least one rock, were hurled against the house on Sunday,
April 22, the night she had\intended to be her first in the
One pane of the front window was broken out and egg
stains were on window sills and porches around the
"It's something you think happens to other people,"
- said Mrs. McClary as she stood inside the house. "But I
guess we're the others now."
She said she found the damage at about 12 midnight
Drug abuse and the trade that accompanies it can
wreck lives, families and neighborhoods, says a man
who deals with the effects of drug addiction on a daily
Willis Miller, clinic counselor for the Council on
Drug Abuse, said most of the more than 30 clients he
sees have been taken advantage of by the drug
mystique <r> I
"They get heavily influenced by their peers to start,
but when they recognize it ain't about nothing, then
th<?v're hooked." said Miller.
"Once you get addicted, the more you do the bigger
the habit," he added. "You're almost going to have to
have an outside hustle. For a guy that's working, he
might have two or three girls boosting for him.
Eventually he might steal from his own people ?parents,
sisters and brothers."
The trappings of the drug trade present a particular
problem for neighborhoods, said Miller. "For one
thing, it has a very bad impact on the young people."
"You have a kid who's 14 or 15 and beginning to
think for himself," he said. "He sees a guy with a big
car, pretty girls who doesn't work."
. - "But what the ?uy doesn't tell him* is that you've
, got to watch out constantly and duck every time the
police come by. They think it's easy way to get out of
"Serving the East
Sunday after returning to the hous' with
King, who was helping her move into th<
McClary said they had left the house at ap
p.m. with no signs of any trouble.
King told the Chronicle that he heard v
to be references to the vandalism on his C
and Mrs. McClary left the house.
"I heard them say, we had a good time; >
we got us a cotton-picker," said King..
Mrs. McClary said her father, a retired n
now living?jn New York City, had bought
order to return to his native Winston-J
provide a place where his children coi
expects him to arrive in town by this weel
On March 5,\ another black family, the .
of 7540 Rondex Lane in Lewisville, had a ci
their yard on their first night in their new
10th, there was a march of robed men
home. The Stowes have filed a complaint
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By John W. Temple ton j
Staff Writer t
City police sought te put a dent in drug
dealing operations in the eastern part of
the city as they wrapped up a two-month
undercover investigation with 11 arrests
Officials said the operation was sparked
by community complaints and at leasl two
recent deaths resulting from drug overdoses.
"I believe with the arrest of several of
these individuals, we will have made a
significant long-term effect at least in
those areas in which we are dealing
with," said Detective Lt. E.L. Yokely, <
commander of the police narcotics squad, j
Yokely. jisted: ther23r(t and- hen>i Sts_^j
Rich Huvmon Is all unflet on the openlnfl
fourth McDonald's Franchise. The McDonal
Winston opened this week on CUremont Avei
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By Yvette McCullough
The East Winston community welcomed
business this week, a brand new McDonald1
on the corner of Claremont and Geveland
street from Sunrise Towers.
McDonald's of East Winston officially <
business Tuesday with a preview breal
franchise is the first McDonald's located in
nantiy black neighborhood in Winston-S
"61-person staff of the franchise is about 7S%
owner-operator Rich Halverson.
Halverson is owner of three other area M<
He said that he is satisfied with the location, i
Winston Community Since
house. Mrs. . ASfiSj
proximately 5 WT^SflMB
/hat Appeared ^ 4ll| StoZm
B radio as hcjj^ jHHI < S *? '!
ve us one
lilroad workei \^^Sg00t0k
? house in
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Fames Stowes - oss
burned in s
home. On the Rrnton
outside their DlOKGn
with the U.S. Window
irea and the \area of Liberty Street
between 14th and 17th Sts. as "the two
most irfpntifinhlp ofAoc "
"Across the street from one of the
persons we arrested, there's a lady who
lives there and works at night. She gets in
at about 2 a.m., but she's not able to get
any sleep for the noise," said Yokely.
*Tv? talked with http s*x or eight time*;
she's talked with her Alderpian and she's
about at her wit's end*" he added. "If
this person (the suspect) goes to prison,
at least her , little area will be a little
Police Chief Thomas A. Surratt said,
"There's been a lot of concern (about
drug dealing) from business, the public
ind the aldermen. We were pleased to
lave a successful operationrLL=?
*?. * frMget^j^
, day of hit him, caihlen prepare to
W'i of East unflhvg facet and pads tn 1
? Dnp . McC
- v East
didn't have the opportunity
"McDonald's picks the
its newest based on the traffic flow
s franchise said. "They do the construc
across the to choose how I want the in
He did suggest East Wins
opened for tives, along with Hanes Mi
rfast. This aid's real estate specialists
a predomi- best site.
alem. The "This is the only McDons
black, said mg machine in it/* Haiver
The vending machine ref
although he ^
* 20 cents U.S.P.S. NO. <H
Mrs. Michelle Hunt McClary sidesteps
broken eggshells to point at damage
caused by a rock as she moved Into the
Bellwood Estates section of Pfafftown
Each of the 11 persons arrested is
black. Yokely said his unit is not
concentrating on black areas to the
exclusion of other drug trade in the city.
He pointed to recent arrests of whites at
Parkland High School.
"It does not make any difference what
color they\are, if they deal dope, we'll try
to catch '<Mn," said the lieutenant.
Shortly after four p.m. Monday, squad
cars began pulling up in front of the
county jail, carrying suspects arrested in
the operationr a joint effort of the police
and the State Bureau of Investigation.
Arrested in the raids were:
Jerry Earl Gentry, 3013 Bon Air
Ave., on charges of sale and delivery of
marijuana and possession with intent to
selt and deliver-"marijuana^
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greet tbe customer* with general pracl
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called the en
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)onald's Tells g.?;j^
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f to pick it. only visible ir
location for their franchise woman whos
and population," Halverson manager tool
:tion of the building and I get us to take a s
iterior and the landscaping." I gave my i
ton as one of three alterna- Sports Illustt
ill and Akron Drive. McDon- recurred with
picked East Winston as the finished the r
ild's to have a cigarette vend- actuary get-ft
son said. - hours -later H
erred to is a silver antique ci- up.
&7910 Saturday. April 38,1979
Staff photo by Templeton
Sunday evening. It wee the second time
in two months e black family had been
harraesed while moving Into a predoml_
nately white area. J
John Lewis Williams, Wilkes Drive,
on charges of sale and delivery of heroin
and possession with intent to sell and
Donald Ray Williams, 409 Bacon St.,
on charges of possession with intent to
sell and deliver marijuana; sale and. _
delivery of mwttusna, solo and delivery
of heroin and possession of heroin wtJ. y '
intent to sell and deliver.
Terrance Eugene Martin, 2315 N.
Cherry St., on charges of sale and
delivery of cocaine, possession of cocaine
with intent to sell and deliver and
conspiracy to sell and deliver cocaine.
Lucille Burns Burton, 850 H. File St.,
on charges of sale and delivery of cocaine
le story of the Great Heart Attack That
it turned out to be something else, it was
close for comfort.
lie of the morning one day last week, I felt a
i the ohest, right over the heart. At times, it
hough the pain were spreading to my left
nblic service campaigns about heart disease
lade their mark on me, as I immediately
ti having a heart attack."
ned seated, the pain continued. After a few
;cided to get up and return to my office,
adn't stopped, so I began thumbing through
;ists section of the Yellow Pages. I should
better, but I wanted to get a check up that
iest we can see you is May," said the
closing that avenue. I put in a call to a
:itioner, whose nurse said he might be able
le in that afternoon.
y has a way of killing patience, so I next
lergency room. "Come on out, we'll check
rival at the Forsyth Memorial Hospital, 1
tention of a nurse and told her my problem,
me to the intake area and said I needed to
a line of four people outside the office of the
itake worker. I waited a few minutes; then a
^ haHop l?? ?? ?' ? -?*
? luwnuiivu uci as uic lumissiuns
c our names on a piece of paper and asked
eat in the nearby lobby.
mpatience a break and settled into reading
ated. The pain was not constant now, it
deep breathes and coughs. An hour later, I
nagazine and noticed I had yet to be called,
hat I was likely to wait even longer to
office. -A couple
foe general practitioner s schedule opened
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