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Lumberton Robesonian (Newspaper) - April 10, 1990, Lumberton, North Carolina Y Page 2a the Robeson an Lumberton ., tuesday april 10,1990 �1 i it i i showers thunderstorms Are coming local weather readings the past 24 hours through 8 . Est. Lumberton municipal Airport High temperature. Low temperature. Temperature at 8 . Precipitation. The skies the River lumber rive level. River trend. Radio weather reports Are broadcast from Fayetteville at 162.475 Mhz and from Wilmington at 162.55 Mhz. Good evening morning showers or thunderstorms Are expected to Greet Robeson county residents wednesday followed by variable cloudiness and rather Windy conditions. The High will be around 70, and the Chance of rain is 60 percent. Tonight will be mostly Cloudy with showers and thunderstorms Likely some heavy at times. Breezy conditions will prevail and there will be a Low in the mid 50s. Winds will be southwesterly at 15 to 20 mph. The Chance of rain is 70 percent. , . Beaches tonight will be mostly Cloudy with showers or thunderstorms Likely. It will continue to be Breezy and mild. Low will be around 60. Southwest winds Are forecast at 15 to 20 mph and the Chance of rain is 60 percent. On wednesday showers and thunderstorms will be Likely some heavy. It will be Windy and mild and there will be a High in the mid 70s. The Chance of rain is 70 percent. . Mountains tonight there will be showers and thunderstorms some heavy. It will also be rather Windy. Low will be in the mid 40s. The Chance of rain is near 100 percent. Wednesday there is a Chance of morning rain then partly Cloudy rather Windy and cooler. High will be 55 to 60. The Chance of rain is 40 10� mow to Floski Tofi How Cut a to tel Cir of the acc we Thor for Catt for Wal taday inc cats thunderstorms showers and rain from Northern Florida to new England. Extended weather the extended forecast for the period from thursday through saturday Calls for fair thursday and Friday and partly Cloudy on saturday. Rather Chilly temperatures Are forecast for nights with lows in the 30s in the mountains and in the 40s elsewhere thursday. National weather Snow fell in Central North Dakota and Montana today while rain dampened parts of the Midwest. By i Weemer Law int pct dirt to now an very Strong thunderstorms extending from Northern Texas to Missouri. Rain fell in Missouri Michigan and Ohio. Bismarck. N.d., and great Falls mont., received Snow. On monday parts of Wyoming. Kansas Texas. Oklahoma and Arkansas were hit by rainstorms. Rain also fell in Northern Missouri. Iowa Southern Wisconsin Illinois Indiana Southern Michigan Southern Florida and Central Vermont. In Kansas a Tornado touched Down near Sedgwick and Hail More than 2 inches in diameter fell East of Halstead. I t it a s t i i i j m / j n a i i a obituaries James a. Southern James a. Southern 35, of Charlotte formerly of Maxton died sunday. Arrangements will be announced by Morris funeral Home Laurin Burg. Mrs. Juanita t. Graham mrs. Juanita Thompson Graham 61, of Boardman died monday. The funeral is wednesday at 3 . At Horace Grove Baptist Church. Burial will be in Fairmont cemetery. Surviving Are her husband. Calvin Purvis Graham two daughters miss Sandra Graham of Atlanta and mrs. Acqunetta Grant of Bridgeport Conn. A son Calvin Maurice Graham of Bridgeport a sister mrs. Irish Boone of Portsmouth a. And a grandchild. Visitation will be 7-8 tonight at Hill s funeral Home Fairmont. Richard Eugene Inman Richard Eugene Inman 57, of route 1, Evergreen died monday. The funeral is wednesday at 3 . At Boardman pentecostal holiness Church with the Rev. Carrie Ruuard officiating. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Louise Nye Inman of the Home two sons Richard Wayne Inman of Evergreen and Kyle Stewart Inman of Raleigh a brother ted Inman of Rock Hill . Four Sisters mrs. Norma Sutton of Lumberton. Mrs. Priscilla Wood of Rock Hiu mrs. Margie Floyd of Orlando Fla. And mrs. Clara Underwood of Morehead City and a grandchild. Visitation win be 7-9 tonight at Floyd mortuary. Quentin m. Sampson Quentin marshal Sampson age 3 weeks of route 2. Pembroke died sunday in Carolina medical Center Charlotte. The funeral is wednesday at 3 . At deep Branch Baptist Church with the revs. Grover Oxendine and James Hunt officiating. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. Surviving Are his Mother. Mrs. Linda Fay Sampson of Pembroke his father. Randy Jacobs of Pembroke maternal grandmother mrs. Doris Sampson of Pembroke paternal grandmother mrs. Minnie Jacobs of Pembroke. Visitation will be 7-9 tonight at revels funeral Home Pembroke and at other times at the Home of mrs. Doris Sampson. Quot to Rev. Paul Morrow the Quot Rev. Paul Morrow 74, of Horseshoe died saturday. The funeral is tuesday at 11 . At French Broad Baptist Church with the revs. Clyde Coates Mervin Garrison Maurice Mclain officiating. Burial will be in Shepherd memorial Park. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Mabel v. Morrow two daughters mrs. Ardell Baldwin of Horseshoe and mrs. Barbara Lamm of Raleigh a sister is. Ruby Morrow of Lenoir and four grandchildren. Administration acknowledges a amp a bailout fund will fall Short Washington a the Bush administration acknowledges that its savings and loan bailout will fall Short of Money As its new Thrift regulator vows to pursue those who squandered a amp a funds. A there s no question that the Cost is increasing and Well have to take that into account in deciding future White House spokesman Marlin Fitzwater said monday. It was the plainest admission yet from the administration that the bailout Bill enacted last August did not provide enough Money. Meanwhile Timothy Ryan sworn in monday to a five year term As director of the Treasury department s office of Thrift supervision pledged to intensify the government s Pursuit of fraud at a amp is. Quot i want to Send a message to the Public we will not tolerate the fraudulent practices and decisions in the Industry that in the past have led to so Many failures and put such a financial Burden on the american taxpayer Quot he told lop officials at his Agency. Fitzwater was responding to a report by the general accounting office an investigative of Congress. That the Cost of the president s bailout program would be j325 billion Istead of the 257 billion estimated Only five months earlier. Comptroller general Charles a. Bowsher who directs the Gao. Said the Cost could easily surpass >400 billion and could hit $500 billion if the Economy falters. The estimates include the government s borrowing Temar h. Odom Housea caring and capable candidate paid for by Mary h. Odom expenses Over 40 years. Previously Treasury department officials had said Only that a shortfall was possible. Private analysts have said for months that the $50 billion program enacted last year was inadequate. We Don t have an analysis either to endorse or reject the Gao numbers except to say ther clearly is going to be additional costs Fitzwater said. Quot those numbers win have to be decided upon at some Point. Quot at this time there is not enough information to make a reliable estimate of How much More May be required Quot he said. Meanwhile Ryan said he planned to meet soon wit ii attorney general Dick Thorburgh to discuss ways to better coordinate the government s anti fraud Effort. He is scheduled to meet thursday with the directors of the Thrift Agency s 12 regional offices. Ryan. 44. Was confirmed last wednesday by the Senate on a 62-37 vote. Democratic opponents complained that the former labor department solicitor had no direct experience in banking. Ryan succeeds Salvatore r. Mar Toche. An assistant Treasury Secretary who served one month As acting director of the Thrift office after the resignation of m. Danny Wall. Wall quit under congressional criticism for his handling of the failure of Lincoln savings and loan association based in Irvine Calif. Weekly special Daisy bouquet $5�9 Cash amp carry i Lumberton Floral co. 401 w 27th sum. Lust it a Ron. No. Aero a from hop its a Phon 739-3263 y Hefner is a father again los Angeles a the King of swing Playboy style became a daddy for the third time on his 64th birthday. Playboy Magazine founder Hugh Hefner and his new wife Kimberley. Became parents of a baby boy on monday. Marston Glenn Hefner was born at Cedars Sinai medical Center about 8 ., weighing 8 pounds 13 ounces said Playboy spokesman Bill Farley. Both baby and Mother were doing Well he said. Hefner and Kimberley Conrad were married july 1 in a highly publicized ceremony at the Playboy mansion. She was the 1988 playmate of the year. Hefner has two children from a previous marriage daughter Christie the head of Playboy enterprises and son David. Apartheid gives Simpson nightmares Pittsburgh apr Abc news correspondent Carole Simpson who claims to have been assaulted recently by a South african police officer says she will not return to the country until its apartheid policy ends. Quot re go Back when apartheid is Over and i done think that s going to happen soon Quot is. Simpson said monday. Is. Simpson said she still suffers nightmares that began after an officer grabbed her from behind threw her against a car and struck her in the kidneys during a disturbance in Johannesburg. Is. Simpson who is Black was injured while covering a Church service feb. 10, the Day before african National Congress Leader Nelson Mandela was released after 27 years of imprisonment. Abc lodged a formal complaint with the South Afri Hugh Hefner Carole Simpson can government about the injury incident she said Quot but i be Given up waiting for a neighbors file suit against Singer Santa Monica. Calif. A Singer Olivia Newton John Well known for her environmental activism is damaging a Sti etch of the California coastline her Malibu neighbors charged in a Superior court Civ complaint. Miss Newton John and her husband actor Matt lat Tanzi have removed tons of dirt and Sand since last july in preparation for building a 6,000-Square-foot Home overlooking Escondido Beach. Angry neighbors say huge amounts of dirt Sand and debris have been dumped into the Ocean and have polluted the water and washed up on their property. Teen age aids victim Ryan White remembered As teacher student Arcadia. Ind. A the Flag flew at half staff outside of a High school where aids victim Ryan White was remembered As a Model student and those who once fought to keep him out of school mourned his absence. Students and Dammi stators at Hamilton Heights High school wore Orange ribbons mementos of school Pride and began the Day with a 10-minute convocation in memory of White who found Friendship and acceptance Here after a Long Legal Battie to attend Public school. Quot i be said Many times As a teenager his age i probably would have stayed Home instead of coming to school every Day Quot principal Steve Dillon said during an Impromptu news conference. Quot he very much wanted to be at school. He was very much a fighter. Quot and i think every one of our lives is going to be a lot better for knowing Ryan and participating in his last three White a Junior attended classes As recently As two weeks before his death sunday 10 Days after he was admitted to an Indianapolis Hospital wit ii an aids related respiratory infection. He was diagnosed with acquired immune deficiency syndrome Svi years ago having contracted the disease from blood products to treat his Haemophilia. The teen Ager attracted National attention during his successful fight to attend school in his Hometown of Kokomo and emerged As an International spokesman for children suf Fering from aids. He is credited with furthering understanding of the disease its devastating effects and the rights of its sufferers. After White won Bis court Battie to attend school in Kokomo he and his family still Felt uncomfortable there and moved to Cicero about 20 Miles away in 1987. His death elicited sympathy in his former Hometown. Quot it s a terrible thing. I d hoped from the beginning he could have been the first to whip it Quot said Dan Carter who was Board president at Western school corp. When Ryan was banned from classes there. Quot he was a real educator for All of us and he showed a lot of class Quot said Kokomo mayor Robert Sargent. His contribution to aids awareness was remembered monday night with a candlelight Vigil in downtown Indianapolis attended by about 50 people. Quot he was Brave he brought people s awareness alive Quot said Kevin Johnson an aids organization Volunteer who attended the Vigil and whose Best Friend has the disease. Quot i think Ryan made a big a funeral was planned for wednesday. Dillon said he expected half of his school s 550 students and several staff members would attend the funeral. Some of White s closest friends sought Consolation monday from school Counselor Dillon Vaughan remembered As a giant Singer Newark . A Singer Sarah Vaughan whose voice earned her the nickname Quot divine one Quot was eulogized at her Hometown Church As a Quot giant that never got too miss Vaughan traced her singing career to the Small Baptist Church where her Mother coaxed her into joining the choir As a girl. On in Day. Miss Vaughan s Mother brought her Back to mount Zion Baptist Church for her funeral and burial. Quot a Newark girl comes Home having gone full Circle Quot said the Rev. Granville e. Seward pastor of mount Zion Baptist Church Quot and what a Circle that has miss Vaughan died april 3 of lung cancer at her California Home. She was 66. She was remembered monday As a person who never forgot her Hometown of Newark or arts High school her mater. Quot she was a giant that never got too big a Star we could reach out and touch Quot Newark mayor Sharpe James said. Quot for 50 years because of Sarah every boy and girl who attended arts High school can dream of doing the miss Vaughan wanted her funeral held at mount Zion. The neighbourhood Church where As an la year old. She joined the choir at the urging of her Mother Ada Vaughan. Quot a voice born in heaven is now singing in heaven again with an angelic choir Quot Seward said. The service was simple but filled with music from gospel to Vaughan s signature jazz and pop tunes capped by Quot bring in the clowns Quot one of her favourites. About 500 people jammed into the Sanctuary of the 118-year-old Brownstone Church for the private funeral. Among the mourners were Vaughan s 87-year-old Mother and the Singer s daughter Deborah Paris Vaughan both of hidden Hills Calif. Singer Anita Baker and jazzman Billy Eckstine who is credited with launching Vaughan s professional deadline pay , 3 .monday.thursday, 5 .tvffdoy.Friday, i2..widnesdoy. Monday 3 .timirsdoy.tuesday 3 .Friday.wtdntsdoy, 3 Phi. The Robeson an p,0, Box 1028 Lumberton .739-4322biggsfuneral Home phone 738-2211 our convenient and comfortable facilities offer the family tranquil Aid so helpful in their trying time. The Robeson an uses 467-640 established in 1870 published Oft noon Monde through Friday and on sunday morning Park newspapers of Lumberton inc 12 w Aih str or Lumby non. North Carolina 28356 phone 919-739-4322 2nd class postage paid at Lumberton. All Carrion Emlen Ond iii Buton Art ind pm Ndu it con tro Tori a Ftping the ii own account a Frt irom control the Fiort. Park newspapers of Humberton. 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A it the Board of education for the Public schools of rot son county will discuss a variety of issues tonight including a status report on Wmk associates a possible addendum to service master contract and a Senate Bill 2 Bonus pay plan. Find these and a whole lot More for less than $2.00 per week. For convenient Home deliver Call our circulation dept. . 8 . 5 . 739-4322

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