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Robesonian (Newspaper) - November 9, 1967, Lumberton, North Carolina Page RobcsonianThurs3ayVNovcmbci Senate Race San ford WINSTONSALEM NC considering a race Gov Terry Sanford he expects to decide by Christmas whether he will spr pose US Sen Sam Ervin Jr DNC in the Democratic pri mary next May but says any announcement will come later tf he decides to run next Sanford said in an inter view Wednesday the announce ment Would be a matter of Stanford arid his wife iWinstonSalem to attend a pro at the North Carolina Schtfol of the Arts Ervin 71 and a senator since said inan interview with Charlotte Observer in Wash vington Wednesday that he hoped jinejther Sanford nor anyone else file against him Jits more comfortable to run opposition he said I am confident Ill be re nojninated and reelected wftE without I Sanford 51 has remainedbe the political spotlight since his fouryear term governor in 1964 He has a practice in Fayetteville and lias completed two books Eryin indicated he had com confidence in his ability jto fend off Sanford or any other State Sen Martha Evans of Mecklenburg County ifgairtst Ervin ETvin under de Ujions bu vinced from many thousands of North Carolinians Lave written and told me that most people knawimjL political philosophy pretty well and most ofthem share Er VHS sharply rebutted anar gument Sanfordadvanced two injdiscussinighis pos siblejcandiaacyj wilh yille newspaper reporter San fofdis reported that is no spokesman in the Senate from any state who is otking tq jcent more r took exception oh that point and said I believe Ican say without fear of any successful contra diction that no member of the jvjthin of the Constitution thanI havesince Ive been here He North Caro lina deWafioniSCongfess is responsiBleUor de velopmentSir North tJarolina as he aiiswerejd another Sanford remark Sanford had said that i elected senatorjie would work harder to industry to the state i Deaths Funerals ELIZABETH LOCKLEAR i PEMBROKE Mrs Eiiza Locklear 77 of Pembroke died in her home Tuesday after noon Funeral services will be Friday at 2 pm at the Prospect Methodist Church by F ICiunmingsV assisted by the Rey J Venus and the RevMCr The be at tlier church at 12 Btirial will be in the jPrestont iCemetery Survivors include nine chil idren Mrs Ethel Lee Locklear Locklear Hugh Lock lear all of Maxton Mrs Effie Jane Oxendine of Pembroke Bertha L Lewis of Row Holden Locklear Lewis Lofcklear and Mrs Rose Pedigo aH of Columbus Ohio one sis iter Mrs Zenna Locklear of Fayetteville three brothers Paul Lockiear of Maxton War Locklcar and Vander Lock both of Red Springsso grandchildren grandchilrtien and 43 great CARLEY M CARPENTER RALE f5H Garley Mack CaYpenter 36 21 Fayetteyille died Tuesday at8 ppa in a Raleigh Hospital Fiin services will be conductec atJ4pm today from Jernigan and Warren Funeral Home in i Fayetteville He was the brother of Earl Carpenter of Barnesville PRINCIPAL Suiiday celebration of the 100th an niversary of Ctybon Baptist Church posed for this picture Jh the front leftare Ht C Bullock Sunday school superintendent and centennial program chairman Mrs J Walter VPrevatte dinner chairman Deacon Boyd Beasley centennial chairman and choir director In the second row are the Rev A C Prer pastorFirst BaptistChurch Easton Md guest speaker and great grandson of the founder of Clybon Church James F Bullock deputy Attorney General and former mem ber of Clybon whowas guest teach er at Sunday school Rev E L Cole man a I In the third row W Himbrick Pie vatte Rev Paul Morrow present pastor Dr Henry Walden a s i a ti o n a 1 missionary and speaKeratthe evening service Miss Martin also speaker at the evenirig service is not pictured Doris Nance Photo dumber Bridge Items Springs spent Sunday with his Lumberton and Mr and nt f mnlfo 1 By PAM SUMNER i LUMBER BRIDGE Td MrsDan Allen andfamily ofMyrtle Beach S C arid Mr Mrs Lonnie Ransbn and of Bladenboro visited Mirjand Mrs Dennis Ivey Sun Mrs Gilmer Forbis Mrs Hunter Forbis Ruby Forbis attended of their aunt Mrs Gibson Sr in Gib sQijiast Thursday Miss Julia tolar of Laurin burg visited her sister and bro therinlawy Mr and Mrs Gil irer Forbis Saturday Col and Mrs F R Weber flew toRaleigh for lunch Sun mother Mrs J F Williford and his sister Ollie Ann Miss Debbie Freeman of Fay etteville spent the weekend with er cousin Pam Sumner John nie Sumner spent the weekend vith Mike Orem of D a v i s and Mrs M fiw y Jwith Mrs Lois Edwards and son Wayne of Fayetteville spent the Weekend with her parents Mr end Mrs Richard Cox Julian Williford and daugh ters Debbie and Ellen of Red Saturn as officiated Burial followed in he New Hollywood Cemetery Pallbearers Jimmy Rog Horace Rogers Anthony Z aiisT Gusli Awards by Mrs was by Seals Jennifer Lovette Mrs Gladys Jolly Judy i and Christine Jecfrgf a Osborne fifeathalizer Testing Demonstrated For Rotary MargaretStrickland were in charge of the music I Area Man drivers arrested on a drunk drivr ing charge As a trained operator of the breathalizer Johsnon said ic had serviced 500 calls for tests in less than 13 months throughout Robeson County and sometimes in Scotland The machine is used only charges have been made b MARYLAND PAT BUTLER Maryland Pat Butler at 4 am today in High smithRainey hospital Fayette Tho funeral will becon ducted Sunday in Ml Moriah Church and burial will be in the Oxendine cemetery He is survived by his A St Pauls man was sesiflusly injured Tues day night in an accident uivolv ing two trucks and his car on US 401 several miles north of hexe man was identified by StateTrooper J D Robinson as William Combs Jr a civilian employe for the Post Engineers at Ft Bragg Combs is reported in serious condition in Worn ack Army Hos DLPalfHe was apparently taken there because he was fiis thought to be a serviceman According to the trooper Macie L Butler his sOni Gwald Butler Maryland But ief Jr aidLeroy Butler all of Baltimore Md a daughteii diss Debbie Butler of New York Jity his brothers Raeford But of Baiiimore Md Murdick tBytler Murvin Butler both of Lumberton and Edward Butler Merced Calif his sisters rMjss Polly Butler and Mrs Mar tha Jones of Lumberton Mrs Rosie Lee Holcomb of Aiexan and Mrs MattieJCipp Merced Calif iouigrand children Drunken drivers are the big gest menace on the highways today a state highway patrol man said Tuesday night de monstrating a device used to detect alcohol Trooper Frank Johnson spoke to the Lumberton Rotary Club and showed the operation of a used to test ifficer on the basis of other evi dence No one is detained without charges just to find out what a test would show he said A driver under arrest can re fuseto take the breath testbuK his relfusarca beused against him in court the patrolman ex plained If a driver knows that he has not drunk enough to pro duceintoxcation within the leg al meianmg tsrmr he mlghTdo tvelT toirisisreirtsking the test to produce evidence in his favoi1 In this state the presence of Onetenth of one per cent of al stream is a uifliience of al pqihtf after drinking five ounces of 100 proof whiskey arid the breatha lizer would register 1C Normal ly the reading would drop to 8 an hour later as foe body burns up alcohol In some instances when a tsstjs made very soon after a person has drunk alco hol and betore it has gotten into the blood stream a later read ing would show more The reaJmgs produced by the machine give a court something aft officers opinion to gff guUt or in nocence in a drunk driving case The speaker was introduced by Rotarlan Chalmers Biggs who said Robeson County leads the state in motor vehicle fatar lities Trooper Johnson added that Mecklenburg CoUnty has more kiJlirigs of other kinds than Robeson but in that county they are railed homicides Continued from Page 1 orbiting craft Apollo 4 moon ship la large metal dum my representing the Lunar Module that two astronauts one dty will ride to the surface of the moon and the stillattached stage of the Saturn 5 Total weight of the orbiting vehicle was 280036 pounds The recordholder another Apollo craft and at tached rocket stage which weighed 58537 pounds They vere launched in 1966 by a smaller Saturn 1 rocket The heaviest payload orbited by the Eissiaris was the 25900pound Proton 2 launched in 1965 The flight plan today was planned to simulate the early phases of jan Apollo manned lu Thespace vehicle was to orbit the earth at 117 miles for two orbits about three hours just as Apollo astronauts will to make certain everything is okay Clever Joshua Made Sure That mMs Would Fall Thompson spent his brother and sisterinlaw Mr and Mrs Ernest son in Evergreen Miss Elizabeth and Lois Sum ner and Mrs Pat Crawford Fpent Friday and Saturday in Rowland Mike Chason of N C State Raleigh spent the weekend with Us parents Mr and Mrs T C Chason and Steve and Tony Edward Taylor of U S Navy Norfolk Va spent the week end with his parents rs E C Taylor Mr and Mrs Thomas Bryan and children Lynn and Teresa were dinner guests of his bro ther and sisterinlaw MrJanc Mrs Ralph Bryan Sunday in Lumberton They also Visited his parents Mr and Mrs War ten Bryan Mr and Mrs EdwinThomp son and family of Garlandyisit ed his nephew Thompson arid Mrs Thompson Sunday r Mr and Mrs Steve Gresham and children Lynn Steven and Dana of Greenville S C spent the weekend with her brother and sisterinlaw andMrs Dan McGougan V Ernest McGougan whospent the summer at Emerald Isle has moved his trailer near the home of his son Dan McGou gan for the winter months Mrs Ralph Pandurefand children Denise Ralph and John Randall of Raeford visited her parents Mr and Mrs Jeff Davis Sunday Bill McMillan of Raeford was dinner guests of Mrs Sidney Sumner Sunday Mrs Don Brown and ter Teresa of spent 5j am the third stage was to restart its en gines to propel the spacecraft outwards on a simulated lunar trajectory After separation of thethird stage and dummy lunar module spacecraft motor the weekend with Mr Mrs John Brown while her husband Don went fishing Cynthia and Jacque Brown Earn Sumner Cleo and Combs t his car down US 401 near the old Big Star Truck Stop when it was struck in ihe rear by the first truck driven by Stanford Wil liams of Columbia S C BphinSQnsaid after this colli sion Combscar circled around the truckstop building came back onto the highway and went toward Fayetteville for about a half mile According to Robinson the Combs car then turned around headed cor Raeford and crash ed into A second tractortrailer the left side of the road whidrwas operated bVJames WilliamMiller of Pan ama WS3 iii WILLIAM S MELTON Funeral services for William S Melton 67 of St Pauls who Idied Sunday in Southeastern General Hospital were held Wednesday in the Biggs Funeral by the RevJ C Southr BIand the Rev H E Johnson burial followed in the Gardens Faith Cemetery Pallbearers were Johnny Smith Charles Barnes Jimmy idmund Oakie Smith and Leo Lovelte Mmes Charles Barnes J Howard Walters RDCapps Ulen Pearley Leo Lovette J 3arbara Thames Don Olm itead and Oakie Smith were irt charge of the flowers Music vas by Mrs English Walters md Mrs Georgia Osborne JOHN DOWLESS Funeral services for John Dowless 51 who died Monday asa result of injuries received hvan automobile accident were Wednesday at Biggs Fun eral Chapel The Rey J R cess of stopping to aid the first uck Neither of the drivers was in jured However Millers truck was hajJly damaged f t Combs at arhighrate of speed when he struckjthfr second By ED BLANCHE Associated Press Writer TEL AVIV AP Joshua cheated The walls of Biblical Jericho came tumbling down after he blew his trumpet all hed undermined them first Thats what Dr Jacob Feld a New York consultant engineer on the causes of structural fail ure thinks Feld found signs the founda tions had been dug away when lie first studied the walls of Jer icho in 1931 during an excava tion ofthe site the lower stones which must have been the foundations of the walls were tipped down ward and outward as though someone had undermined the wall from the outside Feld said during a recent visit here It was obvious someone had removed the earth under these stones from the outside of the wall What probably happened he believes is that ing an army of Israelites against the ly guessed that storming the walls would be costly and decided to use a little trickery He must have had some knowledge of soil mechanics and calculated that if his men undermined the walls the city couldbe taken virtually without a struggle So he set his diggers to work camethe precariously balanced walls But Feld adds This theory doesnt rule out the religious view that the event was an act of God The Almighty may have in the soft soil under the walls worked through Joshua whom To create a diversion he surrounded the city and had his priests blow their shofars rams horns every so often to distract attention Feld theo he directed Well however Joshua did it it made a great song On the seventh day when ev erything was ready the Is raelite got all his priests to blow their horns together extra loud seven times while his men gave a great shout And down SUNDAY The Carolina Young People Holy Association will convene at the Pentecostal Holy Churphr iayintown Saturday and Sunday November lifH and morning message will be given by Rev CallThe public is cordially in vited to attend Dinner will be served in the dining room of the church on Sunday S Ctirrie rethed en gineer of Frostproof Fla is visiting his brother and sister inlaw and Foster Currie of St Pauls and other relatives in Rgbeso County His home originally was on LumbertrnRt 1 Man21Held InGunTheft At Sport SKop Larry Arnell Thomas 21 of Branch Street was arrested at 3 Wednesday on charges of breaking and entering and was made at his home whore Asst Chief H C Britt CaptDR Tolar and SB1 Agent Max Bryan reported re covery of 17 shotguns and rifles The original report was that 30 guns were taken from Mcln tyres Marine and Sports Center Sundaynight The original report showed the value of the guns at about but a more accurate in ventory Thomas is being held under bond 3 City Wrecks Result Only In Damages Three traffic accidents were investigated by Lumberton po lice Wednesday but no injuries were reported Ptl Hugh Price reported that at am Thomas McArn of route 1 Lumberton was driving south on Cedar Street and Ray mond Henry Lee of Lumberton was driving west on 20th Street when their cars collided in the intersection Damage to the Mc Arn car was and to the Lee car Ptl A L Carrol reported that at a m Wednesday Doris Anne Harrington of Lum berton was driving west on 17th Street and Allen Ray Cauley of Lumberton was driving south on McMillan Avenue when their cars collided in the in tersection Damage to the Har rington ar was 50 and to Cauley car Ptl Price reported that at p m Ellis Archie Britt of Lumberton was driving north on Godwin Avenue when his carvvas struck in the rear by one King driven by Carol Sparks Herring of Lumbertori at the intersection of Elizabeth Johnson Handed Reduced Foreign AldMeasure WASHINGTON CAP Presi dent Johnson has received from Congress a foreign aid authori zation bill S730 million less than the sought the speed to just short of that necessary to reach the moon The Apollo spacecraft now weighing 67000 pounds then was to soas to an altitude of 11400 before plunging The motor was to ranv the craft at lunar return speed of nearly 23000 miles air hour Blistering heat was to sear its heat shield with 4500degree temperatures was to parachute to a landing in the Pacific Ocean 622 miles northwest of Hawaii where Defense Department re covery forces awaited Sched uled touchdown time after the 8 hour41 minute flight was pm The National Aeronautics and Space Administration acknowl edged that going to this allup concept on the first launching of such a complex machine en tailed considerable risk Few thought the rocket would per form as well as it did in the ear ly stages But the 140ton orbiting vehi cle is proof thatAmericas lag ging Apollo mahtothemoon program has received muchneeded shot in the arm The Space Agency under heavy pressure since three as tronauts were killed in the Apol lo 1 fire last January undoubt edly willhave its spirits liftec by a fantastic rocket perform ancethat revives hopes this na tion still can land men on the moon in this decade The 3100ton rocket started its historic space journey when its mammoth cluster of five first stage engines received the ignition signal after an exhaus live 49hour countdown The National Aeronautics and Brodie Barbour attended a jirthday party for Donald Mc lenzie at the Scout in Friday mghtT given by Ls mother Mrs Clellan Mc Kenzie and his sisters Glen da and Teresa for his 16th Vorth Williford of Fayettevilfc Isited their parents Mr a n jl Vlrs A F Tolar Sunday Eddie Clifton of Washington D C is spending this week with his Allie Keeter and his brother and sis erinlaw Mr and Mrs De4 lis Clifton Mrs Stephen Mclntyre and rn Clayton of Lumberton spent re weekend with her brother and sisterinlaw Mr and Mrs Jim Maxwell Mrs Mela yre placed flowers in Presby erianChurchin memory of hdr lusband Dr Stephen Mclfi rye and her mother Mrs H CJ Maxwell I Miss Jacque Brown Cleo and Randy Russ Braddie Barbour end Glenn Taylor attended a birthday party for Martha Har rell Johnson at the Scouthot In Parktoii Saturday night MrandMrs John WUJifprd arid childrenChuck and Tim my of Wilmington spent veekend with her parentsMr and Mrs Curtis Britt and his sister Miss Millie Williford Miss Jean Cobb of the Uni versity of North Carolina Greensboro spent the weekenfl with her parents Mr and Mrs Frederick Cobb J Mr and Mrs Frank Collins visited his mother Mrs J fi Lftgsett in Lumberton Sunday John Brown visited relatives and friends in Robbins Sunday Mrs Clinton Jackson and dap ghter Cathy visited Mr 4 Mrs Jessie Darden in Raeford Sunday afternoon Steward Smith of Southeast ern Community College dhad bburn spent the weekend his mother Mrs Ida Smith and his sister and brother irf law Mr and Mrs Bobby Rgy Thompson Mr and Mrs W H Sche11 arid granddaughters B o bb re Lynn and Billie Sue spent the weekend with their son and daughterinlaw Mr and iMcs Harold Schell in Laurens S C Ray Johnson of Homestead Fla is wjeek with Mr and Mrs Curtis prift Circle No I of Rex Prjsby teriari church met Monday night at the home of Mrs James E I The Senate sent a compro mise version to the White House j by voice vote Wednesday The House barely rejected a propos al that the measure be returned 0 to a conference to include a pro Space Administration proceeded irthday Miss Gail Lupo spent the veekend with her parents Mr nd Mrs Bill LupqTin Raeford Mrs Margaret Hamilton of Bowling EVER Results Eagles 1 Ambassa Osborne Sr Mrs Mary McNeill gDve the Bible study Mrs Turner as chairman and Miss Julia Mclver gave the mohthjy emphasis Mr and Mrs Curtis Britt and Mr and Mrs John Williford and children Chuck and Tim my of Wilmington attended a birthday dinner for 0 C Britt in Barnesville Sunday Mr and Mrs William Norris announce the birth of a son William Bryan October 31 at Southeastern General Hospital Mrs Cline Bowles spent sev eral days last week with her daughter and soninlawj Mr and Mrs Howard Andrews in Goldsboro dors 3 Trotters 0 Raiders 4 Vips 3 Rockets 1 Tops 3 Big 1 Zodiacs 3 Toms 1 High Games Button 171 Eagles Stockton 177 Ambas sadors C Baldwin 165 Trot ters Swann 180 Raiders Mc Cory 200 Vips Baldwin 180 Rockets McRae 19Tops Asfe bury 145 Big C Taylor i 142 Zodiacs Brooks 141V Toms Team WonLost f Vips 77 22 Raiders 21 Rockets 19 Laffman Leaves TCCA For Post With Bawtists I I 14 15 17 17 Eagles Ambassadors 16 A Trotters lOVz 25V2 Topsr 23 Toms 21 Zodiacs 16 Big 4 12 13 15 20 24 vision banning aid to nations trading wuti North Vietnam The vote was 200 to 19S against the proposal by Rep H R Gross RIowaThe House then passed the bill 205 to 187 DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND AMPLIFICATION DAVIS NOT DOVE A report on Lumberton City Councilmeeting this week list ed Councilman Dove as oppos ing rezoniug of property owned by Jack ait from residential to apartment use The opposing vote was cast by Councilman David no Dove SIZE OF NEW ENGLAND BOSTON AP New Eng New Hampshire Vermont Massachusetts Rhode combined area of 86608 square town Road Damage to the Britt isla and Connecticutave a car was and to the Herring j combined area of 66608 square car I miles ic countdown after receiving a midnight weather forecast that winds would be acceptable in the areatodayv4 Chill buffet ed the launchtpadXtor se eral days concern they might exceed the launching limit of 32 miles an hour At that speed combined with the upward thrust of the rocket on liftoff they could damage struc tural elements of the Saturn 5 and the Apollo spaceship The prediction was for gusts between 19 and 29 miles Several minor technical prob lems cropped up Wednesday in the lengthy 49hour count but all were corrected The 450man launh crew had until about noon to get the rock et off the pad The cutoff time was dictated because recovery planes and ships want several hours of daylight in the intended spacecraft landing area in the Pacific Ocean 622 miles north west of Hawaii j In an unprecedented move NASA planned to go allout on thai first bight of the very com plex Saturn 5 Results BiltmofSDairy Varsity No 2 0 Red Springs Imp 4 Burlington Men 0 Prevattes Alum 4 Newtons Tigers 0 Bladenboro 1 ilVhite brook 3 R 0 Vee deroot 1 High League Game Ernest Todd 214 High League Series W R Wallace 571 High Team Total Biltmore 3112 High frames GeneByrd 206 Biltmore Dairy H C Carter 202 Varsity No 2 Lester Ivey 210 Red Springs Imp Bobby Benton 192 Burlington Mens wear Sam Mayes 190 Pre vattes Alum Graham Newton 200 Newtons Tigers Fred Hargrave 213 Bladenboro Spin ners Ern Todd 214 White brook A G Spaulding 201 R 0 Builders Grady Suggs 178 Veederoot Team T Lost Biltmore Dairies Red Springs Imp Prevattes Alum 23 Varsity No 2 v22 R 0 Builders Mj21 Burlington Menswear20 Newtons Tigers UTjlS Whitebrook Farms Wh Bladen Spinners 14yz 25 VeederootT 9 13 14 17 18 19 20 21 31 CORNER BONFIRES SCHENECTADY NY AP Police here are hunting a pe riodical and paper pyromaniac Bundles of news papers left on street corners in the early morning hours were found destroyed by fire on sev eral occasions recently Rev Ed Laffman directorof multipurpose centers for Tri County Community Action has resigned effective Nov 15 to come secretary of missions for the Collum Baptist Association at Henderson i Rev LHffman is a former pastor of Rowland B a pjt i t Ohurch and conducted sertvices emporarily at Godwin Haigijts Baptist Church Lumberton prior to Coining thethreecounty antipoverty organization two years ago In recent montjis he has heacsed the multipuiposa center prcgram in which Infor mation and service facjlities havebeen established in Rofce son Richmond and Scotland counties He and have been livingin Hamleti His new work as sec retary also will be done injthijee counties Vance Warrenj ajid toe fringe of Halifax He ns done mjnfstrial work in1 tljat area before having served for eight years as pastor of Baptist Church at Henderson TIE ROBESON1AN Publlihtd Dilly MofiOy to Rri4 in RebiMh j i By THK ROBESONIAN j Lumbirton N CJtM
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