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!rsday, July 11, 1985 THE SYLVA HERALD AND RURALITE, SYLVA, N.C. Page 15, e @ of Jackson County Court was held June 28 ~C - ourthouse wd:h Judge J. Snow, Jr., presiding. In to dismissals and one lot guilty, disposi- aries E. Tays, 33, Wilmot unity, pied guilty to in- personal property. to pay costs. Michael Kraft, 20, pied guilty to driving Impaired -- level three allure to obey a traffic of- charging his duly. Sen- than nor more on condition he pay fine of $150 and costs. Dennis Ray Banks, 19, Way- nesville, pied guilty to speeding 70 mph in a 55 mph zone. Fined $25 and costs. Robert Lee George, 18, Route 1, Whittier, pled guilty to break- ing or entering, injury to real property and two counts of in- jury to personal property. Sen- tence of not less than nor more than 120 days suspended for one year and placed on supervised probation on condition he pay fine of $100 and costs and make restitution. guilty of driving while impaired -- level two. Sentence of not less than nor more than 12 months suspended for two years and placed on special probation on condition he serve seven days active time, pay fine of $500 and costs and sur- render driver's license. Also, found guilty of possession of non-tax paid liquor and driving while license revoked. Sentence of not less than nor more than 12 months suspended for two years and placed on supervis- ed probation on condition he pay fine of $250 and costs. Creek Road, Cherokee, pied guilty to speeding 72 mph in a 55 mph zone. Fined $38 and costs. Edwin Junior Moss, 31, Route 66, Cullowhee, pied guilty to possession of marijuana. Fined $100 and costs. James Graham Horton, 17, Long Branch Road, Culiowhee, pied guilty to speeding 78 mph in a 55 mph zone and failure to use headlights. Sentence of two days suspended for six months on condition he pay fine of $55 and costs and surrender dri- ver's license. Program. Granted limited driving privileges. Ernest Thomas Prater, 30, Silverrun Road, Cashiers, pied guilty to two counts of trespass. Sentence of not less than nor more than six months sus- pended for one year on condi- tion he pay fine of $100 and costs, keep peace with the en- forcement officers at Sapphire and not go on or about the premises of Sapphire Resort without permission. Randall Eugene Etris, 24, Route 2, Canton, pied guilty to carrying a concealed weapon. On August 4, the 40th an- niversary of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, a number of Jackson county women will be traveling to Washington, D.C., to par- ticipate in wrapping a Peace Ribbon around the Pentagon. They are sending out an appeal for others from this area to join them. The Peace Ribbon is compos- ed of muslim panels in a varie- ty of handwork done by in- six months suspended forRhonda Leatrice Queen, 18,Gregory Leston Frizzell, 21, Terry Dean Dills, 28, Sylva, Sentence of not less than nor dividuals and peace groups all and placed on u~i- Robbinsville, pled guilty to ex- Tuckasegee, pled guilty to driv- pied guilty to littering. Fined more than 30 days suspended over the country. It originally h'vised probation on cond- ceeding safe speed. Fined $10 ing while impaired -- level five. $25 and costs, for one year on condition he pa; was intended to be long enough L10~he pay fine of $300 and and costs. Sentence of not less than nor Johnny Alan Rich, 16, Sylva, fine of $55 and costs, to simply encircle the Pen. ~, surrender driver's li- Fred T. Davis, approximate- more than 60 days suspended pied guilty to exceeding safe Kenneth R. Goolsby, 28, tagon. So widespread has been |l ~, perform 72 hours of com- ly 40, Cashiers, pied guilty to for one year and placed on speed. Fined $25 and costs. Route 1, Sylva, pied guilty to the interest and participation in aa !ty service work and at- employment security law viola- supervised probation on condi- Robert Glenn Robinson, Jr., driving while impaired -- level the project, however, that there icer ram, Granted l DmiEtTS tion. Sentence of not less than tion he pay fine of $100 and 22, Bryson City, pled guilty to five. Sentence of not less than are now enough panels to and complete Ai nor more than 90 days suspend- costs, surrender driver's li- improper equipment. Ordered nor more th~n 60 days suspend- stretch from the Pentagon to t Dis~ng privileges ed for one year and placed on cense, perform 24 hours of corn- to pay costs, ed for one )/ear and placed on the Capital Building, the White ~ons, haS!.,mas Daniel ttensley, 22, supervised probation on condi- munity service work and at- Joan Renee Beutell, 19, unsupervised probation on con- House and the Washington "86 DiS~{ess?hSSU t Sen fthelnst~,t:reekRoTd, Sylt:nPled tion he pay fine of $100 and tend and complete A-DETS Tuckasegee, pied guilty to dition be pay fine of $100 and Monument. costs and make restitution. Program. Granted limited reckless driving. Sentence of costs, surrender driver's li- The need is great for [,heins~'12 an nine nor more Vickie D. Rosati, 29, Red- driving privileges. Also, pied not less than nor more than g0 cense, perform 24 hours of com- vohinteers to help earry the rib- It,r'^- Sun~tJ e months, suspended for wood Apartments, Sylva, pied guilty to speeding 70 mph in a days suspended for one year on munity service work and at- bon, since many of those mak- t. at tbel~ arson condition he pay guilty to food stamp fraud. 55 mph zone. Sentence of 30 condition she pay fine of $100 tend and complete A-DE'ISing panels live too far from lter, Ha~_ann keep peace with the Sentence of not less than nor days suspended for one year and costs and perform 24 hours Program. Granted limited Washington, D.C., to do so. You "[ecuting witness and not g more than 12 months suspend- and placed on supervised pro- of community service work. driving privileges need not have worked on the ,o ,~r about the rer'nises of th Dennis Wayne Cox, 22, Ashe- ,uicers u~_ c " P ." " ed for four years and placed on bation on condition he pay fine Stephen Ted Kershner, 24, ribbon to help carry it, and men ~,e utmg witness w~thout :IicKes, ~nis . ' supervised probation on condi- of $46 and costs, ville Road, Sylva, pied guilty to Cullowhee, pied guilty toas well as women are welcome. = Ill SlOn kent of..~ d ' tion she pay fine of $100 and Billie Jean Huskey, 25, Cher- reckless driving. Sentence of speeding 68 mph in a 55 mphIndividual panels have been 7,,.,~. Y Allen Davis 29, Glen- costs and make restitution, okee, admitted to failure to not less than nor more than 90 zone. Fined $10 and costs, done in a variety of .... ~ liP~degrUeivl~Y to driving David Glenn Jamison, 30, complete community service, days suspended for one year on Defendant filed Notice of Ap- needlework, silk-screening, 'andi.ns.~t I ked. Sentence Dillsboro, pled guilty to driving Active sentence of 48 hours condition be pay fine of $100 and peal in open court, batik and quilting. Each is a _ ._ ,an ess than nor more than costs and perform 24 hours of 'ast vista .. while impaired -- level two and given, yard long and 1V.z feeet wide. tte Com,zo-Janths suspended, for one failure to reduce speed. Sen- Doug Allen, approximately community service work. The unifying theme the panels ...... av n condition he a fine of Kenneth Armand Deneau, 25, illustrate is "What I cannot rlalmc~l._~ p y tence of not less than nor more 22, Sylva, was found guilty of a Special Sing ann costs, th ~llard Shawn Ayleswor , than 12 months suspended for probation violation. Probation Sarasota, Fla., pied guilty to bear to think of as lost forever two years and placed on special continued for two years under driving while impaired-- level Set Saturday in a nuclear war." The panels -- ~ullowhee, pled guilty t~ probation on condition he serve the same terms and conditions, five. Sentence of not less than tession of marijuana anseven days active time, payGeorge Monroe Ruff, 22, nor more than 60 days suspend- A special singing will be held aretied presentlYtogether beingin whatSewnhasr jession with intent to e fine of $1,000 and costs and sur- Kings Mountain, pledguilty to ed for one year and placed on at the Sanctified Chureh of God, become a massive undertaking k pharaphernalia. Senterender driver's license, driving while impaired -- level unsupervised probation on con- Tuckasegee, on Saturday, July but which started out a little t less than nor more t~ace pay 13, beginning at 7:30 p.m. ~ys h, Jeffery Alan Massingale, 18, three. Sentence of not less than dition he fine of $100 and over three years ago as the idea suspended for one ye ar Route67. Cullowhee, wasfound nor more than six months sus- costs, surrender driver's It- Featured will be Larry and Lin- of one individual in the eep en. & (Nondenominational) Each Sunday: June 16, 23, 30 July 7, 14, 21, 28 Message: The Story of Jesus. Time: 3:30 P.M. Location: Community Service Center Conference Room 234 Each Tuesday: June 18, 25 July 2, 9, 16, 23. Time: 7:30 P.M. Location: Southwestern Tech. College. Vocational Bldg. Room 143 PUBLIC is WELCOME by: Forrest McPherson, Ray Miller See us for all of your insurance needs! pended for one year and plac- ed on unsupervised probation on condition he pay fine of $300 and costs, surrender driver's license, perform 72 hours of community service work and attend and complete A-DETS Program. Granted limited driving privileges. Sandra Jeanette Ruppe, 20, Forest City, pied guilty to driv- ing while impaired -- level five. Sentence of not less than nor more than 60 days suspended for one year and placed on un- supervised probation on condi- tion she pay fine of $100 and costs, surrender driver's li- cense, perform 24 hours of com- munity service work and at- tend and complete A-DETS Program. Granted limited driving privileges. Eddie Joe Newcomb, 24, Shelby, pied guilty to failure to report an accident. Ordered to pay costs. Michael McGuire, 29, Char- lotte, pled guilty to no opera- tor's license. Fined $25 and costs. Michael D. Kibel, 30, Route 1, Sylva, pied guilty to no opera- tor's license, speeding 66 mph in a 55 mph zone and consum- ing a malt beverage in the passenger area of a vehicle. Sentence of not less than nor more than 90 days suspended for one year on condition he pay fine of $150 and costs. Michael Brien Laschower, 19, Miami, Fla., pied guilty to possession of marijuana. Fined $100 and costs. Also, pied guil- ty to consuming a malt bever- age in the passenger area of a vehicle, passing violation and carrying a concealed weapon. Sentence of six months sus- pended for one year on condi- tion he pay fine of $250 and costs. eense, perform 24 hours of com- munity service work and at- tend and complete A-DE'IS da Mathis of Sylva and the House of Prayer of Cope Creek. The public is invited. midwest. In March 1982 Justine Mer- 2 1 tRSTI COLLAR FOR DOGS OKILLS FLEAS 0 KILLS TKKS 21N1 LONG LASTING FLEA & TICK COLLARS Reg. $3,49 2 IN 1 / ritt, a Chicago schoolteacher, on a regligious retreat bad the idea of asking others to join her in making needlework panels which, tied together, would form a ribbon to encircle the Pentagon and remind the government of the urgent desire for peace. She started the project alone, sending out 100 letters to her Christmas card list. For some time after that her mother and a friend assisted, until now Merritt has a national co-ordinating board and representatives in every state. Two men serve on the na- tional board. Organizations that have par- ticipated in the project include Peace Links, United Pres- byterian Women, Women's Ac- tion for Nuclear Disarmament, the Unitarian-Universalist Women's Assembly, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, the Lutheran Women's Assembly, and Church Women United. Much of the completed rib- bon, now estimated to be more Western Carolina University professor of philosophy and religion, Dr. Jerry Edward Jackson, died in an Asheville hospital Wednesday, July 3, after suffering head injuries in a Monday afternoon accident. Jackson, 30, was traveling north on NC 107, 1.3 miles south of the Sylva city limits, when he swerved to avoid colliding with a car attempting to turn left in- to the Jackson County Veteri- nary Clinic. The 1984 Dodge truck Jackson was driving was everything good for your pet 2 IN 1 PLUS REFLECTING FLEA & TICK COLLARS Reg. $4,98 lnl 2 IN 1 7 than 10 miles long, has been on ~' display during Jtme and July at Chicago's Peace Museum. In August it will be transported to Arlington, Va., for the August ~i 4 event. Postcards have been printed 4 of seine of the individual and limited quantities are q available for sale, proceeds go- ;" ing for logistical support of the d project. Logistical details occu- d pying organizers' efforts the past few months have included the actual tieing together of panels, obtaining warehouse facilities in Arlington, procure- ment of portable toilets to he located along the ribbon route, and all the usual parapheualia necessary for a Washington demonstration. Anyone interested in car pooling, postcards or in obtain-, ing further information on this event may call Pat Montee, 586-6348. The North Carolina Peace Ribbon Representative in Chapel Hill may also be con- tactef for further information, at 919-929-3340. struck by another truck in the southbound lane. Jackson's vehicle rolled over an embank- ment and landed on its top. A native of Longview, Texas, Jackson bad been a resident of Jackson county for the past three years. He and his wife, Toni, and their son, Matthew Charles, resided in Cane Creek Estates in Cullowhee. The driver of the other truck was not injured and no charges were filed, according to the state Highway Patrol. 2 IN 1 DOG FLEA SOAP Reg. $1.69 I 2 IN I FLEA & TICK lens ~~i ) : i,, ! ! : ! 7