THURSDAY, June 4. 'l?87
^Perquimans court news
- Perquimans County District Court
was held on May XI, 1987 with the
? honorable Grafton Beam on presiding
with Assistant District Attorney,
; ; Donald Baker. The following cases
? were heard:
! ? Bobby Prank Thomas, Jr. (Proba
*! ble Cause) breaking and entering
and larceny. He received a waiver,
. 9300.00 reduce bond, $800 secured and
? he must stay off PCHS property of
1 Perquimans County Board of Educa
Donald Timothy Dunbar pleaded
? guilty to reckless driving. He re
- ceived 90 days, susupended 2 yrs,
1 1300 fine, 30 days without license, and
* SO days of community service work.
? ? ; John Daryle Elliott pleaded guilty
? ' to consume malt beverage on prem
1 ises having off-premises permit. He
! paid a 925 fine and cost of court.
Jermone Reid pleaded guilty to a
speed violation of 65-55 without his li
cense. He was found guilty of de
? laying and obstructing officer by giv
ing false information. He paid 985
fine and cost of court.
Daniel M. Schaefer pleaded guilty
to DWI and no opeiotors license. He
? received 90 days suspended 3yrs.,
was fined 9200 and cost of court. He
; has to serve 72 hours of community
? service work and attend ADETS
? school and pay all fees.
!? Darlene M. Lassister paid a 910
fine and cost of court for a speeding
! violation of 64-35.
? Willis Derek Goodman was found
1 guilty of non support. He received 90
? days suspended 3 yrs., paid cost of
court. He has to pay 940 monthly
? which was to start Friday, May 29th
? to Donna H. Goodman for child sup
| Cynthia Louise Holder was found
; guilty of driving without license. She
! paid a 925 fine and cost of court. An
1 - 1 appeal was noted.
:?!* Charletra L. Overton pleaded
I guilty to worthless check $47.19 res
? tribution for BeLo, 940.66. She is to
? reappear before Judge Beamon Aug.
19, 1987. Guilty notice of bearing to
revoke unsupervised probation.
Conan (NMN) Warren pleaded
guilty to breaking, entering and lar
ceny. He received 90 days suspended
3 yrs., $100 fine and cost of court. He
has to serve 100 hours community
service and stay off property of Pe
quimans County Union School.
Michael Andrew Henderson was
found guilty of speeding 65-45. He re
ceived $45 fine and cost of court and
had to surrender his license.
Ernest Roosevelt Sutton was found
guilty of 68-55. He received prayer for
judgement and pay cost of court.
Houston Franklin Roberson was
found guilty of 64-55. He paid a $10
fine and cost of court.
Harreli Ray Markman and Robin
W. Markham were granted a di
Joel Benjamin Perry was found
guilty of speeding 55-45. He paid $10
fine and cost of court. An appeal was
Curtis G. Thomas? Notice of Hear
ing to revoke unsupervised proba
tion. He has to serve 37 hours of com
munity service work to be completed
before August 18, 1987.
Jeffrey Felton pleaded guilty to
DWI without valid operators license.
Con't July 22nd.
Casper Tyrone Adams pleaded
guilty to DWLR; not guilty to aiding
and abeting Jeff Felton. He was sen
tenced 6 months suspensed 3 yrs.,
paid $400 fine and cost of court and is
not to operate motor vehicle in NC
until reinstated. All fees are to be
paid before June 30th.
Lucius Polk Dillon pleaded guilty
to exceeding safe speed of 67-55. He
paid a $10 fine and cost of court.
Linwood Godfrey pleaded not
guilty to non support. Upon failure to
pay adequate support he received 90
days suspended 3 yrs., and has to pay
$70 weekly as of May 29, 1987 for sup
port of children.
James G. Sadoski IV was found not
guilty of assault.
: ? Community calendar
i'Band boosters to meet
A special Band Boosters meeting
will be held tonight, (Thursday) June
4th, at 7:30 p.m. at the high school
library. The subject will be new band
uniforms and how to pay for them.
All parents are stongly urged to at
tend this important meeting.
Adah Chapter 35 Order Eastern
Star of Hertford, will be sponsoring a
fish and chicken fry, Saturday, June
6, 1967 starting at 11:00 a.m. until.
Free deliveries by calling 426-7868,
Helen Felton, Worthy Matron or Den
nis J. Stallings, Worthy Matron.
Music night planned
The Dance Academy of the Albe
marle will present "A Little Bit '0
Night Music" under the direction of
director-choreographer Marsha At
kins on Saturday, June 13, 1967 at
8:00 p.m. in the S.L. Sheep Audito
rium, Elizabeth City. Admission is
$2.00 for children under 12 years of
age and $2.50 for adults. Tickets will
be sold at the door.
Homes neeaea Tor students
By opening your heart and home to
a cultural exchange student, you can
open the door to a whole new family
abroad. These high school students,
aged 15-18, crane to America in need
of a family they can share their
hopes, dreams, and life with. If your
family hosts one of these students
and then should decide to visit the
country of the student you hosted, be
rest assured you will receive a royal
welcome from the family. Imagine
the gratitude of a family who has en
trusted the care of their child to you
for a whole school year, or second se
mester. No words can describe, or
measure the gratitude of that family.
The YOUTH EXCHANGE SERV
ICE is a nonprofit organization that
provides our students with excep
tional accidental-medical insurance.
YES also arranges enrollment for the
students at the high school nearest
you. Our students provide their own
spending money, leaving the ho6t
family responsible for providing
love, understanding, and a home
Help one of these high achieving
students learn what the American
family stands for while creating a
bond of international friendship for
life. For more information about our
tax deductible program contact: The
YOUTH EXCHANGE SERVICE,
World Trade Building, 350 S. Figue
roa St., Ste. 257-P, Los Angeles, CA
90071. Or telephone 1-800-848-2121.
Look who's new
JOSHUA L. PRICE
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Price of Route
2, Hertford, NC, announce the birth
of their third child, first son, Joshua
Lewis Price, born May 24, 1967 in
Chowan Hospital, Eden ton, NC.
Maternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Tildon Whitehurst of Hert
Paternal grandparent is Mrs. Do
ris Price of Plymouth, NC.
Mrs. Price is the former Rose Marie
Whitehurst of Hertford.
JONATHAN D. SPEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Spear of
Route 3, Hertford announce the birth
of their first child, a son, Jonathan
Dutchie Spear, born May 24, 1967 in
AUSTIN L. TACKETT
Mr. and Mrs. Danny Gay Tackett
of Woodville, NC, announce the birth
of their third son, Austin Lee Tackett,
born May 18, 1987 at Albemarle Hos
Maternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph J. Edwards, Jr. oi
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Adrian Tackett of Suffolk, Va.
Mrs. Tackett is the former Lillian
BE WISE - ADVERTISE!
NOTICE OP PUBLIC HEARING
The Perquimans County Board of Commis
sioners will hold a public hearing on Monday
June 15, 1987 at 7:30 p.m. in the courtroom
of the Perquimans County Courthouse on the
proposed FY 1987-88 Budget. The proposed
budget is available for review in the Register
of Deeds Office from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
W. W. White, Jr.
Pictured above Mr. Lee Riddick, Area Aging Administrator,
welcomes everyone to the recent senior citizens picnic at
Missing Mill Park.
Lt. Governor commends
senate efforts on drugs
RALEIGH? "The problem and
substance abuse cannot be solved
overnight. It requires a commitment
of time and resources. To assist with
the effort, the Special Senate Comit
tee on Substance Abuse, made up of
five Senate Committees, has come up
with recommendations to better
coordinate services," Lieutenant
Governor Bob Jordan stated during a
news conference Thursday morning
with Governor Martin and other state
officials involved in the fight against
The Senate Committee, established
by the Lieutenant Governor, pro
poses targeting more efforts towards
adolescent treatment and prevention
programs, prison inmate therapy
programs and expansion of law en
forcement efforts. Legislation has
been introduced to address these is
"The aim is to better use our cur
rent resources and new federal funds
to age a more successful campaign
against the mo6t prevelant health
problem in our State," siad the Lieu
In other action last Thursday, the
Lieutenant Governor asked Mayors
and other city officials from across
the State meeting in Raleigh to join in
a strong state-local partnership to se
cure economic security and prosper
ity for the next generation.
Lieutenant Governor Jordan out
lined steps that need to be taken to
deal with a changing economy and
changing society. "Jobs, education,
quality of life and government re
form are critical to moving our State
ELLEN C. OWENS
KANNAPOLIS? Mr* . Ellen C.
Owens, 81 of 906 Laura Ave., Kanna
polls, died Friday, May 22, 1907, in
Cabarrus Memoiral Hospital, Coo
A native of Madison County, Ga,
she was the widow of Cleo G. Owens
and a member of New Hope Baptist
Church of Kannapolis. She was a re
tired folder with Cannon Mills..
Survivors include two sons, H.T.
Owens of the home and the Rev.
Bobby P. Owens of Hertford; 6 great
Funeral services were held Sunday
at 4:00 p.m. in the New Hope Baptist
Church, Kannapolis, with the Rev.
W.H. Davis officiating. Burial fol
lowed in Carolina Memorial Park,
Information was provided by Swin
dell Funeral Home, Hertford.
ERAS G. CHAPPELL
BALTIMORE, MD? Eras Gordon
Chappell, 49, of Baltimore, Md. died
Wednesday, May 27, 1967 in his home
in Baltimore, Md.
A native of Perquimans County,
N.C. he was the widower Ethel Mor
Survivors include his parents Eras
C. and Alice S. Chappell of Eden ton,
N.C., one sister, Jeannette C. Elmore
of Hertford, N.C.; two daughters,
Virginia C. McClure and Charlotte C.
Dixon, both of Florida; five grand
children and five step-children.
A graveside service was held Fri
day, May 29th at 2 p.m. in Moreland
Memorial Cemetery by the Rev. Paul
T. McClure. Jenkins Funeral Home
was in charge of arrangements.
HERTFORD? Henry Murray, 80,
of Route 2, Box 930, died May 29, 1967,
in Chowan Hospital, Eden ton.
Mr. Murray was a native of Mt.
Pleasant, S.D., and retired from the
Sapolin Paint Company in Edison,
N.J. He was a member of the Antioch
Baptist Church in New York and I
Saunders Grove Missionary Baptist
Church. Murray was an Wlk and a
member of the Perquimans County
branch of the NAACP.
He was the son of the late Benja
min and Mrs. Victoria Palmer Mur
Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
Irma Smith Murray of the home; two
daughters, Ms. Rosa Lee Murray and
Ms. Margaret McClammy, both
Brooklyn, N.Y.; four sons, Ben}
Murray, Theodore J. Murray and
Henry Murray, all of Brooklyn, Ni Y.,
and George McClammy of Mcintosh,
Ala.; a sister, Mrs. Louise Hall of
Brooklyn, N.Y.; 18 grandchildren;
and 11 great-grandchildren.
A funeral was conducted Wedne
day at 2 p.m. in Saunders Grove Mis
sinary Baptist Church by the Revs.
Larry Moore and J.H. London, Jr.
Burial was in the Cedarwood 1
tery. S tailings Funeral Home was i
charge of arrangements. - .
James CArlton Cole was among the
recent graduates from North Caro
lina Central University School of
Law. After he passes the North Caro
lina Bar. Mr. Cole will join his wife,
Janice McKenzie Cole in the practice
of law in Hertford. He is the son
Ernest and Virginia Cole of Wi
Singing festival scheduled in June
The Harmony Bellies, an Edenton
Barber Shop singing group is spon
soring a Barber Shop Festival featur
ing the Commodore Chorus. The Har
mony Bellies introduced Barber Shop
music to the Albermarle area in 1962.
The members of the Commodore
Chorus reside in the Tidewater area
of Virginia and includes miltary men
stationed in the area. The chapter,
with its chorus, and quarters, has
performed continually since it was
chartered in 1958.
When asked to join The Harmony
Bellies in this festival, W.M. (Bill)
Edwards, Chorus Manager of the
Commodore Chorus said "we have
wanted for some time to come into
your great area.
All music lovers, who would enjoy
a light hearted evening of entertain
ment, come to the Edward G. Bond
Poet 40, American Legion building,
Route 17 business south, Edenton,
N.C., Sunday, June 14, 1987 at 4:00
P.M. Hear the Harmony Bellies and
the Commodore Chorus.
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