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Rocky Mount Evening Telegram (Newspaper) - January 20, 1970, Rocky Mount, North Carolina The Rocky Apparently No Parents Youth Convicted Of 2nd TARBORO A 17yearold who apparently has no home or was con vwted or second degree burg lary In Edgccombe County Superior Court Judge Elbert Peelc defer red sentencing of Tony Ncwkirk until Wednesday to give the local Probation Of ficer time to determine if the boy has any parents or The maximum sentence for the conviction is Ncwkirk was arrested last year for breaking into the home of James Barnes at 1400 Hillsdale and stealing a bank and some in Newkirk pled guilty to the and James Barnes testified that they returned from a trip on December 27 about 5 Barnes testified that she was the first to enter the She said that upon opening the door she saw a bundle of blankets on her living room She calledto her A man clothed only in his jumped up and ran from the The Barnes said they found a mans clothes on a chair by the sofa and a pair of shoes and a hat in the They also said they found some uneaten cheese sandwiches that had been thrown in the garbage Upon further they said they found missing a a bank book with in cash in and their childs piggy bank with some to in Detective Ed Williford of the Rocky Mount Police Depart ment arrested Newkirk on December 31 after a telephone He found Newkirk playing basketball with some other Williford testified after being advised of his the boy admitted en tering the Barnes home and steaing a camera and about The boy told the detec tive he had no place to The camera and were Newkirk added testified the that when surprised by the Barnes he jumped from the couch in his underwear and grabbed a sweater as he ran from the He wrapped the sweater around his waist and made his way to the Rocky Mount Radiator Works where he had three suitcases of clothes hidden near the Since the time of the Detective Williford said he had met a brother of the boy who came to the police station to pick up the boys but did not know where the brother court ap pointed attorney for Newkirk told the court he had been unable to determine who the boys relatives were or where he Warner said the boy told him he didnt have any people living here and said he had been around here before and wanted to come Warner added that it we have parental delin we wouldnt have these children here in Monday was the opening session ot Superior Judge Elbert Pecle of Williamston will preside this during the criminal Solicitor Roy Hold will In other the court invoked a 14 year sentence on James Box The sentence was for a felonious larceny conviction in April Summerlin violated his probation when he was con victed of assault with a deadly weapon in local District Court last A charge of and larceny was nol prossed with The court also invoked the sentence for a previous con viction of Harvey Lee Box 1 In other cases the court handed down the fol lowing rulings George pled nolo contendere to speeding 96 in a 55 zone 90 days suspended on payment of a and surrender o f Robert Lee pled nolo contendere t o speeding in a 55 days suspended on payment of a and sur render of Charges Hinton and Everette of engaging in willful speed competition were nol prossed with Jolui Hardy 40 1017 Bradley Tnrboro driv ing drunk four months suspended on payment of a and restriction of license to driving and at Bobby Ray 200 Granvilie Tarboro driving drunk four months suspended on payment of a and restriction of license to driving from and at Lula Mae 812 Elm Tarboro assault with box lye and maiming nol pros with James Edward 712 Elm Tarboro assault with a deadly weapon nol pros with Melvin 1002 Tarboro driving drunk four months suspend ed on payment of a and restriction of license to driving from and at Phillip Box Tarboro driving drunk prayer for judgment con Glenwood Warsaw judgment con Drunk Driving And Speeding dominate Hash District Court Box prayer for N a med To H ead Powiy warrior Nash County Red Cross Drive Ernest prominent farmer of the Red Oak com has been appointed chairman of the Nash County Red Cross Fund Drive for Announcement of Seals ap pointment was made today by Jack chairman of the Rocky MountNash County chapter of the American Red Tha Rocky MountNash County chapters budget for 1970 is and the Nash County quota share of this budget is which Beal hopes will be raised by the end of In accepting the ap pointment as Nash County fund drive Beal The Red Cross fund drive is an important part of community life in Nash Coun and every effort will be made to meet this I am pleased with the and will do all in my power to make this fund drive It will take the complete support of every citizen in the county to make this and I earnestly solicit the coopera tion of our Bel will make ap pointments throughout t h e county in organizing the fund drive Some preliminary appointments have already been and others will follow Beal was and raised in the Red Oak He is married to the former Marie Lucille also a Nash County They have four children and eight Long active in county civic Beal serve five terms as a member of the Nash County Board of 18 years on the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Com mission and 16 years on the Kerr Reservoir Development He is vice cresi dent of the Rocky Mount Production Credit A member of the Red Oak Baptist Beal has serv ed his church as a chairman of the board and Sunday school He is a and ERNEST BEAL Nash Chairman and is a graduate of State NEW YORK AP Sen Jeorge McGovern today pro posed a human security plan or fighting including i guaranteed monthly payment o at least for every child in he In a speech prepared for a meeting of the Citizens Com mittee for the South Dakota Democrat said the plan is a better answer to caring fo the nations poor than Presiden Nixons family assistance pro often mentione as a possible 1972 Democrat presidential adde he was responding to adminis tration contentions that critic of its welfare proposals neve offered alternatives of thei Welfare Robert I Finch said last week admini tration opponents in Congres had stalled Nixons family as sistance which amon other things calls for a guaran teed family income of at leas a Fire Protection Book Available NASHVILLE and r u n k c n d r i ving cases ominatcd Fridays session of ash Court with Chief District Judge Phil Carlton and Charles Winberry rosecuting Two defendants found guilty driving drunk and speeding ave notices of appeal before he court Robert of Sharpsburg was found guilty of second offense of driving Irunk and was sentenced to erve six suspended for wo years on payment of and court costs and surrender lis drivers Walston gave notice of appeal and Judge Carlton set bond at James Barnes was ordered to pay a fine and court costs and surrender his license f o r speeding 89 in a 55 Daniels ave notice of appeal and bond was set at Speeding Cases Persons charged with speeding and other offenses with the dispositions handed down by Judge Carlton are as follows Herbert Norfolk speeding 80 in a 60 zone fine and court costs an lot operate a motor vehicle on highways for six Robert Michael 22 Jersey speeding 75 in a BO zone nol pros with Earl Nashville speeding more than reasonable nol pros with leave Joe Daniel Bailey speeding 65 in a 55 defendant found not Frederick Wayne license for three Bailey speeding 70 six months suspended for five Cnmmissoncr Frank Grant ycars on payment of and rlay announced publication of costs and surrender his a 55 prayer for judgment continued on payment of court Roy Pem Mass speeding 85 in a CO zone fine and cmirt costs and not operate a vehicle on highways for six John Timothy Nashville speeding 75 in a GO zone prayer for judgment continued on payment of court Joseph Bailey Sunset Rocky Mount speeding 75 in a 60 zone fine and court Sam Leon 5 0 Durham speeding 75 in a 60 zone prayer for iudgmen continued on payment of cour James Edward Rt Raleigh speeding 74 in i 60 zone fine and cour Dallas Dewey 26 Wilson speeding 70 in a 55 zon fine and court Drunken Driving Six defendants were charge with driving under the influenc along with other am the following dispositions wer handed down Fred 2 Middlesex drunken driving an no financial responsibility 9 days suspended for two years Other Casos a bulletin on Fire Protection and Fire Crane said the hislralcd bulletin is an advisory nu Mm ID ail au v y In other cases disposed of by industrial fire prevon utlge Carlton and rosecutor Charles ic following dispositions were andcd down George Clifton 205 Franklin Rocky Mount top sign violation and public drunk defendant ordered to ay court costs in both Linwood Earl Tarboro improper equip ment defendant ordered to pay court John 711 ark Rocky Mount careless and reckless driving four months suspended for two years on payment of fine and court costs and not violate any motor vehicle laws for two Jasper Greenville driving left of centerline no pros with William 1600 Charter Rocky Mount fail to see safe movement and invalid operators license nol pros with leave in both Stephen Whitakers damage to personal property nol pros with Bobby Wilson driving side of road nol pros with and Designated as Bulletin 0 to the basic Safe ty and Health Standards for Mercantile and Service the publication is free upon request to interested It may be ordered direct from the Department of Box The bulletin was by the combined work of the Labor Departments Safety Advisory special safety and a blue ribbon sub committee of authorities on fire protection and prevention front insurance and State and local Commissioner Crane The bulletin discusses In con siderable detail causes SpringHope speeding 65 in a 55 zone prayer for judgment continued on payment of court Wilder Carroll Rocky Mount speeding 55 n a 35 zone fine and court costs stop sign violation nol pros with Nettie Lee speeding 95 in a 65 zone 90 days suspended or two years on payment of fine and court costs and not operate a motor vehicle on highways for one John Edward 1026 Sycamore Rocky Mount speeding 70 in a 60 zone prayer for judgment con tinued on payment of court Janror 21 Elizabeth City speeding 68 in zone fine and court an Lewis Rt on payment of court costs in each Ml Rocky Mount drunken grocery truck during the week Four Oaks speeding 60 in a 50 zone fine and court Troy 2 Gastonia speeding 55 in a 45 zone defendant found no Quick Paint Job HICKORY AP Thieves apparently attempted to paint over the name of a of fires common the various in industrial and special unsafe acts and con and planning organization and facilities for effective fire It vides basic information sources of reference on many aspects of fire It is our hope that this publication will stimulate in terest amd efforts toward reducing the tremendous annual loss of life and property which is caused by said missioner Crane no liability insurance and im roper registration six nonths suspended for two years on payment of fine and court violate no motor vehicle law for two years and issued restricted drivers Milton Ray Battleboro driving drunk six months suspended for two years on payment of fine and court costs and surrender his drivers John Leslie Rocky Mount driving drunk six months suspended for two years on payment of fine and court surrender drivers license for two years and violate no motor vehicle law for two Fleetwood Anderson Kenly driving drunk six months suspended for two years on payment of fine and court surrender drivers license for 12 months and not operate a motor vehicle in state for two Grover Rocky Mount driving drunk end before using the truck to haul about worth of cig arettes stolen from the compa Hickory police said they found empty cans of spray paint where the truck had been parked at the warehouse which the thieves Police also said about ap parently was taken from a com pany safe during the A large hole had been knocked in the side of a brick safe With a the spokesman said England AP Three feet have been sliced off a sixfoothigh brick wall sur rounding a childrens play park here to stop necking teenagers using it after BALDWIN ORGANS PIANOS TERMS AVAILABLE JHAUS PIANO COMPANY 155 Main Rocky Mount PRESCRIPTIONS Filled PROMPTLY Accurately Bring Us Your Prescription 9 9 MAY GORHO PHARMACY FREE DELIVERY SERVICE Prescription Druggists DIAL Key Problems Face Assembly 2534 Age Group Dominates Roads Of North Carolina n Vs COLUMBIA AP Calen dars carrying controversial items that could plunge South Carolina lawmakers into heated debate greeted the General As sembly today as it met for the second week of its 1970 The solons spent the first week of the which be gan doing little beyond shaking hands with one discussing Robert Mc Nairs State of the State mes and deciding to adjourn until noon The Senate staved off action on a gasoline tax increase bill by sending it back to the Fi nance Committee headed by Edgar Brown of Barn where it either will remain or be extensively The bill would increase the present sevencent tax to eight cents a McNair says the money is needed for a billion highway building but support ers of a teacher pay raise have indicated they have designs on some of the The Senate calendar was lightened by the loss of the gas tax bill but it has another high way measure that also could produce The bil1 calls for a reinstatement fee for persons whose driver li censes have been suspended or The bill does not speci fy a use for the RALEIGH Licensed drivers in 2534 age group dominate the highways of North Carolina according to the latest figures compiled by the Department of Motor f irrytowi Mail Tarryiown OLDPASHIONED OW THROUGH JANUARY 24lhON THE MALL As of January more than percent of all Tar Heel motorists fall into this young adult Slightly more than of those drivers are while are Department figures show tha percent of the drivers are and that 17yearolds accoun for percent of the driving At the opposite end of the drivers between 65 and 75 make up percent of the states while those 75 and above represent the lowest percentage There is a steady increase in the number of drivers up to age and a steady decline beginning with the 3544 age While women outnumber men in the states the men still outdistance the Women on the streets and Of North Carolinas licensed or are while female licensed drivers number or percent of the licensed drivers are DAILY TILL WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL SIGNATURE AIR CONDITIONERS We Urgently Need Spacious 4 Bedroom Home In Westridge or West Haven If you would sell your please contact All replies held in RUBY BRASWELL REALTY 149 Franklin Dial 4426111 Member Rocky Mount Board of Realtors Multiple Listing Service COOLS A ROOM AS BIG AS 220 SQUARE FEET NOW ONLY Dehumidifies removes up to gal lons of moisture from the air per day Rotary control for fan and cool Scottfoam filter is quickly cleaned o Fits windows 22 to 36 wide COOLS TWO ROOMSUS TO 920 SQUARE FEET NOW ONLY 188 Dehumidifies removes up to 15 gal Ions of moisture from the air per day Thermostat keeps 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