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RECORDER’S COURT ■-u Recorder Court held its regular session on Tuesday, Dec. 3, with only nine cases on docket. Cary Landing, charged with af fray, pleaded not guilty. Alson Joe Bell charged with affray, pleaded not guilty. They were found not guilty. Charles Smith, charged with as sault, pleaded not guilty. He vras found guilty of assaulting his wife and assaulting his daughter with a knife. He was sentenced to six months in jail. Ashley Freeman, charged with larceny, pleaded not guilty. He was found guilty and given eight months in jail. Early Byrd Manley, charged with carrying concealed weapon, plead ed guilty. He was sentenced to three months in jail. James Flipp, charged with lar ceny, continued. Mason Charry, Daniel Pugh, and Doug. Washington, charged with larceny. Cherry and Washington pleaded guilty. Pugh pleaded not guilty. Pugh was found guilty and sentenced to sixty days in jail. Cherry and Washington were sentenced to four months in jail. B. E. Price, charged with as sault, pleaded not guilty. He was found guilty and prayer for judg ment ccntinuea on condition he pays costs and remains of good behavior and does not become in toxicated for one year. Eddie Mintz, charged with non support, pleaded not guilty. He was found guilty and prayer for judgment continued to second Tuesday in April on condition he gives bond of $300.00 which shall he approved by the Clerk of Su perior Court. Willie Strickland, charged with assault, continued. Billy Silver, charged with tres pass and larceny, pleaded not guilty. He was found not guilty. At Jordan Funeral Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Jordan and Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Bryant and son, Forest Lee, attended the fu neral of Mrs. Nan Jordan Satur day afternoon at Pleasant Hill. 'Too TbxMyZf To kill? took, turns un chaJUtnqlna Victor Jorif, who is champ ion chess plcujjtr of ^Columbia Studios. Ward Bondi first job, as a. voting froif, was as assistant potman on attain* | Ohio’s ••Dark Hoss" ] CLEY ELAND . . . Ohio G.O.B. is making a bid to. have the 1936 National Republican Convention held here and will instruct its delegate! to cast their votes for Congressman Chester C. Bolton, (above). Bolton has taken over the reins once held by Theodore E. Burton in this dis I trick Well Known Piano Tuner Moves Back To Roanoke Rapids Charles Goodrich, piano tuner has recently moved back to Roa noke Rapids from West Point, Virginia, where he has been mak ing his home for the past few years. Mr. Goodrich has been tuning pianos in this section of the country fov the past twenty seven years, and is well-known in the city, having lived here before. Mr. Goodrich has had twelve years experience in the Baldwin factory. He not only tunes pianos but is a player piano action ex pert and pipe organ mechanic. -o Here For Funeral Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Taylor of Durham were called here Sunday on account of the death of Mr. Taylor’s mother, Mrs. J. L. Tay lor. They returned Tuesday and were accompanied home by J. L. Taylor, who will visit them this winter. - ■ 1 " —* TOWN TALK Miss Mary Lowder spent the week-end in Kinston. Mrs. W. R. Cherry of Rocky Mount visited in the home of her mother, Mrs G. E. Williams, Sun day. Miss Katherine Reid spent Thanksgiving at her home in Pi lot Mountain. Miss Rebecca Price returned Sunday from Bishopsville, S. C.. where she spent the Thanksgiving holidays. Miss Ruth Jackson spent the week-end in Faison. C. R. Bunn of Henderson was a business visitor in the city Mon day. Miss Susan Womble spent the Thanksgiving holidays in Raleigh. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Young and son, who have recently moved to Petersburg, visited friends in the city Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Barrow of High Point visited Dr. and Mrs. E. D. Harbour. Mrs. B. B. Lyles and son of Nor folk spent the week-end with Mrs. H. T. Davis. Miss Edna King spent the week end in Littleton. Miss Lucy Mayfield spent the holidays at Norlina. Miss Mary Boone of Durham spent Sunday with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. J. 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