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Burlington Daily Times News (Newspaper) - December 19, 1970, Burlington, North Carolina Scott College officials to discuss education plans state group opposes 4no Knock wiretapping Raleigh cd a North car this reorganization drive. Olina gov. Bob Scott will the trustees of the Consoli meet with presidents and Chan dated University of North Caro cellars of the states 16 Public Lina Are scheduled to meet dec. Colleges and universities in 29 to discuss the proposal. Raleigh Jan. 4 to discuss his Scott got the Ball rolling last Call for reorganization of higher sunday when he met with education in the state. Trustees of the states Public in Scott a proposal got Strong Sti Tutins at the executive support Friday from the exec mansion Tive committee of the North Scott told the members of the Carolina Board of higher Edu executive committee of the cation which voted to support Board of higher education Fri required persons not on pollution Board Raleigh up the governors Law and order com Smittee has accepted a task Day that news reports of what Force report recommending transpired at the meeting were adoption of a modified a Stop a substantially and Frisky Law for North Caroli was reported that Scott a Lina but opposing state a no major recommendation at that Knock and wiretapping Laws meeting was to do away with the report of the task Force the current Board of higher on apprehension was released education and consolidated Friday at about the same time University trustees and come state rep Jim Beatty . Up with a completely new gov Enburg. Released a statement earning Structure for higher Edu indicating that his drug abuse cation in the state. They suspect Law Breakers Are he said if such Laws Are recommended to the general As Sembly they would need re quartered inside. North Carolina sen. Sam Ervin or. Was one of the strongest striations which would prevent congressional opponents of the a abuse of the a no Knock provision. The 13-member Law and or Beatty said his committee Der task Force under the chair had invited police chiefs of Wanship of Duke University Charlotte Raleigh Greensboro and Winston Salem to appear monday and testify before his tons for any such Law. These which will be studied by the include a 20-minute time limit Law and order committee for on detention limits on the use possible proposal to the 1971 of Force and warnings that the general Assembly. Person stopped not be required. To say anything to Tho detaining the committee reported ii officer was considering a Bill that. ,. Would permit a Sharp reduction a a j of a recon in bad Bonds for arsons a mended that a Stop and frisk used Scott told the executive committee. A there is a need committee is considering Spon i estate. Chancellor a. Kenneth ave. A ir�?~5loused of serious crimes and spent about a year examining proc re used Only when agree j to meet Jan. 8 to con several aspects of the criminal e appears 10 be potential Sider this and a number of oth committee on the need for no juju system in North Caro 0 Fer proposals. Knock and wiretapping Laws in Nna 1 Pye said the task Force saw filers. Soring a a no Knock Law. A under a no Knock recently year gov Board of higher education. Rent member to pure a a a a cannot be Bob Scott a pro Den e Pire. Gram. Or the University a pro a i was t aware of this pram or the Board of higher program. He Raleigh a Scott says he will appoint doctor and Public health worker i Arain to the North Carolina Board of a a Wasny to aware of this a water and air resources when Scott said. A keeping up with education a a seats become vacant. This kind of a things is a prob added the Law requires that a Phy Iem. S members of be exec. Nofu Phinn be Ftp Hoard he said this of prob emotive committee praised Scott be represented n be illustrates the need for Reorg for taking leadership in the rent Ohser Pond was n,,10n of a a a eovernmcnt.8 problem. Fainted out thursday five positions in the Board it was announced at the exec a obvious a Yewul have to wil1 a pm in i97 a Quot a al1 13 utile committee meeting that take Steps to Correct it a Scott members will have been re Scott sent a letter on dec. To take Steps to Correct in Bam placed or reappointed by 973 can King the Jan. 4 meeting of ----------------1 the current Board contains Public University presidents and nine members of the original chancellors. The letter was Board and four members a prompted by differences be pointed by gov. Scott in 1969 tween Public and private uni the question of the com Beatty said that earlier this a great benefits with the proper temp nor / i car members of his committee safeguards a of a Stop and frisk a no Ade Reco end have some new direction some adopted by Congress for apply had opposed such Laws too but a that would permit police of Amiin Menf of. Nfn new approach some better cation in the District of Colum have changed their minds a be filers to briefly detain and a. Means of coordinating our sys Bra Poince officers May Force cause of the immense problem frisk suspected Law violators. Education in fully enter a dwelling without of not being Able to obtain Evi Pye said the task Force also warning if they have Good Donee against the men at the agreed that the Law would be cause to believe that a crime is top that push drugs on our subject to a grave abuses and being committed inside or if Young i recommended several St Pula tem of higher North a whatever is done should come from the trustees a said Scott who is chairman of the officers police Community relations and search and seizure Jergo Ltd. Holly Hill Moll toys hobbies crafts open til 9 30 Tonitte Alamance county s matters of Public record said Friday ring mrs. To visit Chavez position of the Board marked for state financial Aid to College i the second time in the past students but reorganization of week that the Board has come i higher education is now sex under fire. Petted to be a major topic of Don Goodwin director of the discussion. Atlanta. A. Apr the . Air pollution control of _ widow of slain civil rights Lead Ficen a division of control Agency or or. Martin Luther King or. Development said tuesday it. A. In planned today to visit jailed had too Many members a who Nic Nib to Auci strike Leader Caesar Chavez in Are connected with industries Salinas. Calif., where he was which often contribute to poll arrested for ignoring a court order to end a Boycott against Board chairman s. Vernon marriage licenses Burlington. Marriage licenses issued Dur a Preston Phillip Masseyjr. Ing the past week by the Ala and Retha Lindsey Holliman Mance county Register of deeds both of Burlington included the following land transfuse Ernest Alston 69, of Bur real estate transfers Olington and Mary Jane Mebane. Deeds issued during the past verify 65j Grahan Whf a by Quot Register of deed Margaret Lotts Walker from Floyd c. Walker. Mildred Irene Cates from Franklin d. Catessr. Martha Perkins Mabe from Howard Leon Mabe. Agnes Juanita Thompson Allison from Gary Darrell senior citizens insurance age 55 to 87 h e can insure you Strickland funeral service formerly Rourke Strickland funeral Home inc. 411 w. Front Street Burlington n. C. Dial 226-9311 Day or night j Allison. Joyce Amick Thomas James Larry Thomas. From Thomas Coleman Ashley of included the following Graham and Martha Ellen sink William p. Britt and wife of Bulington. Martha to Richard w. Etheridge Bobby Darryl Lowe of Bear and wife Ann. A lot on Collin w do a a a Creek and Vicky Ellen Amick Wood drive in Boone station Wayne Ray of Snow Camp. I township. Ollie Lee May of Burlington Hugh m. Cummings Iii candid. _ and Faye Carden Wagoner of wife Rebecca to Jerry e. Pitts 5ca Graham. An it wife Mary a lot on country Early Lee Coble or. And club drive in Burlington township. Leland m. Ratchford and wife Winkler Ray. Arnold Rollins Boggs from Arlington unit Fann Jones of Bur 1 Michael Bruce Stanley of Ala Charlotte api attic Mana. And i Mma Gayle Murry Robert Thomas from Doris Janice Field. Jacob c. Fogleman Satterfield h. Satter i from Stevens or. Denied this and said North Carolina National Bank Burlington. Ii i it. In. In a dont of lettuce growers. Mrs. King said she would and the boards makeup a is per has announced that the Bank of Joe a Dravk no or. And dress a meeting of farm work factly proper and in keeping Washington in Beaufort county Brooksie Gay a Minter both of ers later in the Day. With the will merge into its statewide Eman a Pauline to William Boyd and Lyv,og�?zrnan-.,.a Wile Keller Ruth lot on. Mcnair Boswell rom Job Shirley drive in Burlington a a., a township Brenda h. Holt from James building permits a. Holt. Permits issued during the past James Carlton Bacom from a if this nation can produce a by statute the Board is to system on Jan. 29 Ronnie Lee Hawkins and week by the Graham building Martha Ann King Baucom. Trillion dollars every year it contain two representatives of a cab said Friday that Nancv Carol Mitchell both of inspector Are As follows Patricia t. Ledford a disgrace in the eyes of god agriculture two from Industrial comptroller of the currency has David King to lower ceiling Waer g Ledford that farm workers should be production two from municipal approved the merger. I Anje Albert Livingston of and panel and paint two rooms Genda m Terrell haunted by hunger and hounded government and one from a the Bank of Washington is co umbels a and Peggy Ann at 212 n. Maple St. Residence Anthony Dee Terrell. From from by he said. County government one from to abolished in 1893, has three offi Chavez has been heading a fish and wildlife activities one vers and deposits of $18 4 Mil nationally publicized Campaign Public health worker one Phy lion. The merger will extend to organize Chicano farm work Simian and three citizens at j the a cab system into 31 North in Large. Carolina communities. Today a weather systems local weather High temperature yesterday 57 Low last night 38 at to . Today 52. By the associated press station h l Asheville Clear 63 29 Charleston pm. Cloudy 58 46 Charlotte Clear 56 37 Columbia Clear 65 34 Greensboro it. Cloy 55 36 Greenville s c. Clear 57 35 Raleigh it. Cloy 53 36 Savannah Clear 67 39 Wilmington Clear 58 37 state forecast Patterson of Burlington Cost of $500 lines Wilson Newsome of Woodrow Lindley to replace Colfax and Ruth Ned Boland Side porch with Walkway at 6321 of Graham. New St. At a co of $500. James Clifton Turner of Gra m Carson Hardie to repair a be worlds most deadly Ani Ham and Irene Bertha Rhoten roof on West Harden Street at a May be the sea Wasp a of Raleigh a Cost of $200 five Inch jellyfish which drifts Dan Deaden of Graham and divorces with the Waters off Northern Carol Clarinda Miles of Mebane. Divorces granted during Theiu tra a swimmers brushed Roger Lee Rollins and month of november in Ala-1 by its trailing tentacles usually Jeannette Stewart Shepherd Mance Superior court with All die within live minutes from co both of Burlington. On grounds of one year Braiske venom. There is no Walter Lee Simmons and a separation unless otherwise known antidote. A Deborah Susan Capps both of stated Are As follows Burlington. Eugene Alton Williams from Rayborn Tant of Graham and Brenda Griffin Williams. Brenda Faye Benson of Bur Nancy e. Sharpe from Paul Lington. A. Sharpe. Floyd Grant Underwood or. William Howard Coble from of Elon College and Donna Gail Opal Mabe Coble. Florence of Gibsonville. James Theodore Trollinger Floyd Filmore Graves. 72, of from Nome Jane a i s o n Christmas special hear Rev. Eugene Hancock la . And 7 30 . Services a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a i a a a a a a a a in in in m in m m in in a in attend Alamance county s largest sunday school at 9 45 our goal for sunday 900 the gift supreme to be rendered by 50 voice choir the Christmas Story in word and song sunday night 7 30 Andrews memorial Baptist Church Graham. N. C. A a going Church for the coming lord Rev. Eugene Hancock. Pastor ult Snow Camp and Edith Bell Foust 68, of Haw River. Ronald Forrest Ireland and j Cynthia Carol Edmonds both of Elon College Trollinger. Robert Lewis Bowes from Cindy sue r. Bowes. Bobbie Jean King from Thomas Edward King. National patterns North Carolina Windy and mild with Chance of showers in the mountains today. Mostly Cloudy tonight and Sun a sunday mid Day with scattered showers j508, turning colder mountains southwesterly winds to to 20 tonight with showers changing Mph Anco Gusty today. Changing to Snow flurries in the Moun northwesterly late tonight gains. Turning colder East Otance Mosby northerly sunday. A int 4 Outlook for i Day in the 60s. Low tonight 30a Cloudy Narf probability of s is the precipitation. Per cent to 40s coast. Highs sunday in int j a Al Loa 40s mountains ranging to up no monday per 50s to Low 60s on the coast. Ctm a Naaym South Carolina partly Northern coastal area and Cloudy and warmer today and Southern coastal area tonight. A Chance of showers increasing cloudiness and Northwest portion tonight. Con warmer today. High in the up Sideras e cloudiness and cooler per 60s. Cloudy and warmer sunday with a Chance of show tonight with Chance of showers ers. Highs today 60s and lower by morning. Low in the upper 70s. Lows tonight Middle 40s, 40s. Cloudy and turning colder but Ower 50s coast highs Sun with Chance of showers sunday to Day 50s Northwest to upper 60s High in the upper 50s to lower tills. It Virginia mostly Cloudy to a Day and tonight with a Chance southwesterly wll d3 to to -1 of showers. Highest this after Mph Toda a and tonight shitting noon in the 50s and lower 60s. T0 northwesterly sunday. A lowest tonight from the Low 30s a n d a v in the mountains to 40 East por-c�?~0ldy and 500. Pc Tion. Variable cloudiness and r 0 a b 1111 y of Precipio turning colder sunday. Highest at a no near Zero today 30 per in the 40s and 50s. Cent tonight 40 per cent Sun Tennessee Cloudy and Day mild today with occasional Light Northern coastal Plain and Southern coastal Plain increasing cloudiness Windy and warmer today. Highs in the upper 60s. Mostly Cloudy tonight and sunday with Chance of showers. Warmer tonight but colder sunday. Low tonight mid 40s. High sunday upper 50s. Southwesterly winds to to 20 zone forecast Mph and occasionally Gusty this afternoon. Shifting to North Ricky Eugene Wilkie and to Frances Snow Porter from Ann Church both of Burlington. Bobby Allen Porter. Eddie Wayne Gerringer and Rebecca Rumley Gerringer Donna Jean Lashley both of from Garland Monroe Burlington. Gerringer. Steven Brooks Harper and Sonja Swift Winningham from i Martha Louise Ray both of Jaseph Banks Winningham. More secure for sure times have changed so has Mebane s firs1 savings and loan we offer you More for your Money and we have so Many More services than Ever before All accounts insured to $20,000.00 each rain. Turning colder West around noon and elsewhere Early tonight. Occasional rain and rather Cool tonight and sunday. Highs today mostly in the 60s. Lows tonight upper 30s and 40s. Highs sunday mainly in the 40s. 6% or annul Diamond dividends certificates Sis too min. Is too units i Ami i maturity 5%% dividends far annul Colden certificates is too min. 11,000 unit i Yaar maturity 51/4% Par annul dividends Silver certificates is of min. $1,000 units 0 months maturity 5% Par annul dividends on passbook savings of it in it 73 a is i in to it Triangle area and Northeast Piedmont triad area Northern Piedmont and Southern Piedmont. Increasing cloudiness Windy and warmer today. High in the upper 60s. Considerable cloudiness with Chance of showers tonight and sunday. Turning colder sunday. Low tonight Low to Northwest to to 20 Mph late tonight and sunday morning. Monday Cloudy and Cool. Probability of precipitation. To per cent today 40 per cent tonight and sunday. Eastern slopes and Foothills Central mountains Southwest mountains Emit the highest dividend paid on Mebane so serving Alamance county since 1909&Quot Highway 70a a 119 Center St., Mebane n. C. A dial 563-9231 More secure for sure in hurry hurry going out of business our entire Stock of groceries notions novelties paper goods drugs Etc. Carried to replenish the local grocer s shelves everything must be sold now on Sale at a a our wholesale Cost a in Case lots Cash amp carry no phone Calls do hurry look Over our entire Stock for marvelous savings in Many items everything in cases so buy pm and save local wholesalers for past 43 years Central grocery co., inc. 122 n. Main Street opposite tire sales co

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