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Burlington Times News (Newspaper) - September 7, 1953, Burlington, North Carolina
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Flynn music in the Morgan manner guest Star m Light caper vol Echt m Light m Light m Light m Light m Light m Light serenade serenade music music sign off caper Capers caper Capers Capers Capers Capers news John ii. his plane people m irl to Ira Loir Heights pc Sidcot Flics daily to Ake Forest work by Don m crowded traffic conditions combined with a love for flying have prompted an air minded Burlington Man to Back and Forth from his Home Here to his work at Wake Forest each Day. Graham theatre today stalag 17&Quot a with William Holden Don Taylor tuesday Only returned by popular demand and John v. Isley of the Grabill Heights area can give several reasons Why he i piers Hying Over driving pointing out that flying is Laster cheaper and easier on the nerves. Or. Isley Plant Engineer of the Wake finishing Plant of Burlington Mills at Wake Forest has been flying Between his Home and his work daily during the summer months since april of 1951, tile distance is 63 Miles by Road and 47 Miles by air but by flying or. Isley cuts the driving time in half. It Only requires about 45 minutes for him to net from his Bine to the Plant when he flies while making the trip by ear requites an hour and a half or. Isley places special emphasis on the fact that flying is much easier on the nerves pointing out that fixing relaxes him and driving has the opposite effect Ile says that no matter How tired he is xxx Hen he finishes work at the end of the Day he is relaxed and rested at the end of the plane ride Home. A Pilot for Over nine years he drove Hack and Forth when he first began working at Wake Forest in 1950. But he soon tired of this and purchased a plane. He Points out that a plane is cheaper to operate than an automobile. And also that the main Teanee costs for the plane Are lower. Why does t he move to Wake Forest and eliminate the need for commuting or. And mrs. Isle like Burlington they own their Home Here and they want to he near mrs. Isley smother who lives by herself nearby. Or Isle keeps his plane or two passenger Cessna 140. At the Alamance aviation service at Fairchild Airport Here to Wake Forest he rents a Field located near the Plant to have a place to land and leave his plane while he is at work. Flying makes it necessary for or. Isley to have two cars but the one by keep at Wake Forest for transportation Between the Field and the Plant is an old Mode suitable Only for Short a stance transportation Ile uses the family car to go Between the Airport Here and ills Home and his wife takes him to and from the Airport on the Days she wants to use the ear. He discontinues the flights be it tween Burlington and Wake Forest during three Winter months a november december and january because Nightfall comes then before he can get Home from work. And he does no to like to at night. Bather than drive Back and Forth then. He stays at Wake Forest the greater part of the time coming Home Only on weekends. He does t during the summer on Rainy or foggy Days because of the danger involved. He Points out that in the summer of 1951�?his first summer of commuting by planet he experienced lots of rain and fog but last summer had weather Only prevented him from flying 16 Days during the nine month period. He has been liable to 14 Days thus far this summer for this reason occasionally he will encounter dense fog when he starts for Wake Forest and will return to Burlington to wait for the fog to lift during three years of flying he has Only had to make t forced landings both As result of severe rainstorms. One of these Landing Xmas made at Chapel Hill and the other at Mebane. I Isley has an aircraft radio at his Home and tunes in the Haleigh Durham Airport the first thing each morning to get reports on the weather at his destination. At 6 15 of clock he gets a report on conditions at 5 30, and at 6 45 he gets the 6 30 report thus by getting the reports an hour apart he can get an idea of weather changes that Are taking place. His air plane is equipped with two Way radio and also with ii reel Ion finding equipment that enables him to follow the teams of commercial radio stations. Or. And mrs Isley both Naples of this area have travelled a great Deal As a result of or. Isley work xxx Ith Burlington Mills. Or. Isley Bas worked with Burlington Mills on two Dif Ferent occasions. He worked at the Piedmont Heights Plant from 1930 to 1940, and then engaged in a wide variety of occupations before rejoining the firm in 1948 he began flying in 1944 while working with the Fairchild air a see people make. Pm 5> network radio monday september 7 evening 6 00�?now for 17 kiddies or. Opt a Abc lbs weat 6 15�?spurt broadcast Abc Discua Slun series Tbs in so newscast by three Abc news and comments chs 7 00 a news Aud commentary a no family Skeleton chs news at Abc new a commentary a my 7 15�?johnny Mercer cd i Ai. 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Oakley mrs. Gladys f. Holt and miss jewel m. Holt of Burlington Harvey Squires of route 3, Burlington William e. Anderson c. W. Pritchett. David t. Rimmer and r. L. Welch of route 5, Burlington mrs. Sarah c. Holt Rodney v. Copeland Jimmie Clark and Marion e. Allison of Graham l. P. Holt or. And b. M. Sixty of route i Graham Hoyt curl and Joe f. Davis of route 2, Graham d. A. Pender William f. Oliver Norman j. Lemons. M b. Overton and William b. Hutchins of Mebane t d. Jones Robert Allen Lunsford Coy r. Pickett j. Vav. Black Vav. E. Brewer and j. V. Blalock of route i Mebane Roy c. Baker l r. Glenn landless Mccloud and c. J. Danieley of Haw River Tinsley Ezzell of route i Haw River Boyd m. Garrett of Snow a Amu Jesse Lynn Phillips Warren g. Euliss and submerging streams three Idaho Rivers big lost River Little lost River and Bird Creek flow into the desert East of Arco. I h. In Branson of route 2, Snow Camp Jesse c. Cook of route 2. Elon College Vav. Clifford Way t. Clayton Fogleman George Allied and Willie in Fox of route 2, Liberty Harland spoon Charlie Vav Hensley and Talmadge Coble of rout 3, Liberty. Of you be outgrown the one about the Birds and bees. Try this one. T a a s to my Bur Gra drive in theatre fast times tonight a 2 hits John Wayne j the picture everyone r pm is talking about a place in the Sun Montgomery Clift Elizabeth Taylor Shelley Winters share to fits Victor id Cool come Oft Lafoll theatres now a Loyang. Or our air conditioning is running 74-76�?T does not use City water 5 offing Mark Rhonda Stevens Fleming own �9�?~. A Joe Mcd Oakes a a c Olor cartoon a tuesday Only i a \ is please note m no no a a we a a a adult entertainment children under 12 years of age will neither be amused nor entertained by this picture ,. Movies Are your Best entertainment and relaxation now playing Itati a perfectly air conditioned Carolina a new red hot Western in technicolor Fri ,.�?Twe Bon air s on Ossipee Road a i i. 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