MOC Dea.is List
Over 90 students at Mount Olive
College were named to the 1984 fall
semester Dean's List.
A Dean's List is to honor students
who attain tugh scholastic standing.
To qualify a student must be
attending on a full-time basin, have
achieved a quality point average of
3.2 or higher, and must not have
received a grade below "C" in any
Eleven students earned a perfect
grade point average of 4.0. They are:
Cathy H. Best of Goldsboro, Beverly
S. Bryant of Rose Hill, Cynthia D.
Civils of Kinston. Howard T. Grant
of LaGrange, Teresa K. Hines of
Kinston, Tammy L. Marshburn of
Beulaville, Gregory D. Ottoway of
Jacksonville, Norma F. Reardon erf
Mount Olive, Becky B. Uzzell of
Goldsboro, Joyce T. Wall of Selma
and Ruby M. Wall of Selma.
Others honored are: Linda S. Alley
or Mount unve, jonannes a. Amoai
of Mount Olive, Angela L. Anderson
of Mount Olive, Kimberly G.
Anderson of Pink Hill, Angela J.
Anthony of Wilson, Franklin L.
Baggett of Jacksonville, Quinton E.
Barnes of Grifton, Cathy L. Ben
ninghoff of Cover City, Dale W.
Bevel) of Goldsboro, John W. Black
well Jr. of Raleigh, Donna L. Blalock
of Fayetteville, Lisa J. Buie of Dunn,
Patricia D. Bunn of Pineville, Bobby
E. Carraway III of Farmville, Charles
K. Carter of Warsaw, Melissa D.
Carver of Matthews, Connie S.
Clayton of Pantego, Damon W.
D'Ambrtsio of Goldsboro, Anita M.
Douglas of New Bern, Dorsey D.
Edtnundson of Garner, Susan K.
Foust of Graham, Monica B. Free
man of Massillon, Lisa D. Godsin of
Black Creek, Lyndi B. Goodman of
Mount Olive, Craig D. Hansen of
Mtnint Olive, Opan D. Hanshaw of
Sanford, Howard A. Hill of Kinston,
Michael G. Hodges of Vanceboro,
Robin L. Honeycull of Dunn, Robert
A. Howell of Wilson, Wendy L.
Hunter of Clinton. Belly C. Jackson
of Goldsboro, Anthony G. Jernigan
of Faison, Masami Kametani of
Tokyo, Japan, Gerald P. Keen Jr. of
Winston-Salem, Gail R. Kelly of
Faison, Mark E. King of Knightdaie,
Danny L. Lane of Dunn, Burt R.
Lewis of Goldsboro, Gena R. Lupton
of Kinston, Fontaine A. Mainor of
Harrells, Angela M. Marshburn of
Richlands, Linda A. McGowan of
Faison, Richard H. Mileski of Golds
boro, Sheila R. Mitchell of Golds
boro, Christo L. Mitta of Raleigh,
Ellis G. Mote of Mount Olive, Tanya
D. Newson of Deep Run, Debbie L.
Outlaw of Mount Olive, Chrystal L.
Perry of Jamesville, Donna E. Perry
of Goldsboro. DeeDee M. PhilliDDe
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of Kins ton, Jame> F. Pierce of
Pineville, Lavanda L. Pike of
Teachey, Charles E. Powell Jr. of
Goldsboro, Janei D. Pridgen of
Goldsboro, Joseph E. Raicliff of
Paniego, Pandora Register of Dunn,
Robert S. Riggs of Richlands,
Beverly D. Rouse of Beulaville, John
A. Simmers of Clear Spring, Md.,
Norma L. Skinner of Newport, Laura
M. Shwick of Palmer, Mass., Cyn
thia Smith of Goldsboro, Barbara
Stewart of Hope Mills, Larry Strick
land of Goldsboro, Jeanette Sullivan
of Mount Olive,'Joy S. Sullivan of
Faison, Amy B. Sutton of LaGrange,
Timothy A. Swinson of Mount Olive,
Donnell W. Taylor of Faison, Cary L.
Taylor of Goldsboro, Judith Taylor of
Deep Run, Vera Thornton of Oxford,
Tammy Vaught of Goldsboro, Dairy 1
Waller of Mount Olive, Joy Whaley
of Kenansville, Carolyn Williamson
of Mount Olive, Leah Wilson of
Clinton, Crystal Woolard of Blounts
Creek, Earl Worley Jr. of Princeton,
Maurice Goodall of LaGrange, and
Barbara Martin of Mount Olive.
S'reet Richardson, Carolina Tele
phone's district commercial manager
in Clinton, said that the company's
total tax payment withing Duplin
County, including all town and city
taxes, is $125,608.83.
County and municipal taxes paid
by the company in its 50-county
operating area totaled $7 million.
"The taxes reflect Carolina Tele
phone's extensive investment in
facilities and equipment to provide
telephone service to more than
615.000 customers in eastern North
Carolina," said Richardson.
Carolina Telephone's total tax bill .
for 1984. including all state and
federal taxes, is expected to come to
approximately S83 million. This
figure d'?s not include more than
S10 million in three percent federal
excise tax payments that were billed
in 1984 to telephone users by the
"Carolina Telephone has more
than SI billion invested in i*ir service
area to provide modern, reliable
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Richardson said. "Each year we
musi invesi millions dollars in new
equipment and facilities to keep pace
with rapidly changing technology
and to meet the communications
needs of growing eastern North
"In recent years, our construction
prog ran:; have been costing us in
excess of $90 million annually. Of
this $90 million spent each year,
about half goes to maintain and
replace existing equipment. The
remaining dollars are being used to
modernize, ..p grade, and in some
cases, expand our facilities."
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