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Members of the West Virginia
State College Alumni Associa
tion held their annual convention
in the Twin City last week. Alum
ni from across the country
attended the event held at Win
ston Plaza. At left, graduates Ed
Starling, Barbara Posey-Archia
and Joseph Peters, share mem
ories of their years at the college
(photo by Santana).
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Mistrial declared in Fuller case
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munity alcHig racial iin^.
The defense attorney, Douglas
Miller, contended throughout the
trial that the property (valued at
about $25,000) seized from the
home of Fuller, and alleged to
said was missing. The necklace
was later found in the accuser's
The prosecution attempted to
show that Fuller was literate and
was only pretending not to be able
belong to her employees, was actu
ally Fuller's property. The defense
held that statements of coifession,
allegedly signed by Fuller, were
signed under duress.
The defense contended that
Fuller was functionally illiterate
and did not know what she was
signing, that she believed she was
signing a list of i^s that she told
police were given to her by the
families she worked for. Miller
said Fuller allowed detectives to
search her bcune in the belief that
they were searching for a $24,000
necklace which one of the accusers
to read. Sparrow showed the jury
several documents that he said had
been completed by Fuller. He tried
repeatedly to get the defendant to
read from documents during the
course of the trial.
He produced high school
records to show that Fuller
received Bs and Cs in reading. The
defense countered with testimony
that the high school attended by
Fuller was one for mentally retard
ed and slow learns. The defense
fu'oduced documents that showed
Fuller to have an IQ of 67.
The prosecution contended
Robinson challenges Ward, Kaplan
\femon Robinson, 20th Dis
trict Senate nominee, has chal
lenged Democrat incumbents Mar
vin Ward and Ted Kaplan to run in
the five-mile AT&T benefit run,
Saturday, April 30, in Winston-
An assistant professor of busi
ness at Winston-Salem State Uni
versity, Robinson stated in remarks
to the press, "It isn't good enough
to come up with innovative ideas
like day care assistance and human
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING REZONING
OF PROPERTY CITY OF WINSTON-SALEM
The Board of Aldermen will consider requests to amend the City of Winston-
Salem Zoning Ordinance by rezoning property as shown below:
DATE: May 2,1988 TIME: 7:30 p.m.
PLACE: Council Chamber, City Hall
1. Petition ofJames B. Mclain and J. Richard Steedle; property lying at the
northwest comer of Peace Haven Road and Violet Street (unopened); from
R-1-S (Medical, Dental or Related Offices) to R-IS (Offices; and Medical,
Dental or Related Offices). W-1504.
2. Petition of Kenneth G. and Dorothy E, Weavil; property located off the
northwest corner of Oak Summit Road and Dogwood Drive- from 1-2 to R
3. Petition of H.P. Associates; property located in the northwest corner of
University Parkway and Home Road; from B-3-S (Stores or Shops Retail-
and Service Stations) to B-3-S (Stores or Shops, Retail; Service Stations '
(Automotive] or Car Washes; and Offices). W-1507,
4. Petition of O.M. and Linda Needham; property lying at the southeast corner
of University Parkway and Laura Avenue; from R-4 to B-3-S (Offices- and
5. Petition of Thomas J. Lynch and Cardinal Industries, Inc.; property lying in
the northeast comer of Peace Haven Road and Us 421 ■ from R-b to R-2-S
(Dwellings; Multi-Family), W-1509.
Petition of Victor I. and Rodgeryn R. Flow, Jr. and Donald E. and Robbin D.
Flow; property located on the east side of Peters Creek Parkway/NC 150
approximately 100 feet south of Brewer Road; from R-2. R-5, and B-3-S
(Two Phase) to B-3-S (Motor Vehicles, Sale. Repair, Rental or Storage)
W-1510. ^ '
7. Petition of Indiana-Salem Warehouse Partnership; property located on the
south side of Indiana Avenue approximately 1300 feet east of Appomattax
Drive and approximately 2500 feet west of University Parkway; for Special
Use Permit for a Private Access Easement or Private Street Approval to
cross R-4 zoned land to access I-2 zoned land. W-1511.
8. Petition of the City of Winston-Salem and Hawksnest Sports, Inc.; property
located on the south side of Lowery Street approximately 400 feet east of
Martn Luther King Boulevard; from I-3 to I-4. W-1513.
Petition of the city of Winston-Salem; property located on the southeast
comer of Garfield Avenue and Kimberly Road; from R-4 to R-6S
(Manufactory Homes notin Manufactured Home Parks). W-1514.
The Board will also consider the following zoning text amendment:
1. Proposal to Amend ’Section 25-5(w) Combination for Lots or Intensification
of Use on Single or combined Lots’ of the Code of the City of Winston
Salem Exempting business of industrial zones from this General Provision
Prior to the hearing, interested persons may obtain any additional
information which is in the possession of the City/County Planning Board in that
office at City Hail of Weekdays, 8:00 a-m. to 5:00 p.m. Interested citizens 'vill be
given and opportunity to be heard.
Marie Matthews, Secretary
to the Board of Aldermen
that Fuller had a motive for stealing
from the four families fw whtMH she
wcrked. Sparrow said the defendant
had secured several loans that she
was unable to repay. Sparrow also
said Fuller had the o^xstunity and
tne ability to commit the crimes.
He ccmt^ided that sane of the
items found in FuUa^'s hone were
so personal that it was not coiceiv-
able that anyone owning them
would give them away.
On Monday, there was one
tense moment when Miller asked
Judge Seay to excuse the jury and
then accused the judge of showing
bias and disrespect to the defense
during the course of the trial. Miller
said the judge was sending clear
signals of bias to the jury with the
inflections in his voice and the
expressions on his face.
’You must also have the ener
gy and drive to change the staid
status quo for the better. You will
hear my ideas during the campaign
and see my drive as well. On Sat
urday, you'll see my energy level."
Robinson is a 1977 graduate
of the United States Air Force
Tbe AT&T run will start and
end at Reynolda AT&T facility at
Silas Creek Parkway . The cost of
the run is $10. Proceeds will bene
fit Telenhone Pioneers oroiecis.
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