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10 THE GREENSBORO TIMES


GHLST Family Reunion, Alive at 75


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We the Grimes, Hines, Lindsay, Self and Traynham families (GHLST)


are about to celebrate our SEVENTY FIFTH consecutive Family Reunion. This four day celebration will commence on August 14, 2015 with a ban- quet at the Wingate by Wyndham Hotel, 3901 Sedgebrook St., Highpoint, N.C. Saturday August 15, the annual fish fry will be held at High Point City Lake Park. Sunday will be family worship time at the Clifton Grove Baptist in Kernersville where Rev. Calvin Eggleston is the Pastor.


An old fashioned family picnic will take place on the church grounds


after the worship service. This 75th reunion will conclude with a special spaghetti luncheon on Monday 8/17, hosted by Richard and Sandra Koritz in Greensboro.


We are a proud North Carolina, racially diverse family that originat-


ed in the tri-city area of Greensboro, Winston Salem, and High Point, N.C. with history dating back to the 1800's. Like other families, the GHLST de- scendants have spread to Massachusetts, New York, Ohio, Illinois, Florida, Indiana, South Carolina, and other states. However, we always return each year to celebrate FAMILY REUNION. This year our theme is: "GHLST Family Reunion, Still Alive at 75".


-- James L. Arnold Sr. GHLST President


The Greensboro Times Newspaper


Established 2002


The Greensboro Times Newspaper


Established 2002


© Copyright 2008, pertaining to contents of this issue, all rights are reserved.


Earl Jones, Publisher/Editor


Shout Out to 662-2606 The Shout Out Line


Contributing Writers: Queshonda Moore Rep. Alma Adams


ank the Greensboro Times for informing it readers that Sarah Palin lost her bid ka to an African-American woman. I love your paper because we get so much ain print media choose not to report. I haven’t observed this shown or reported FOX or Headline News. Thank you for informing us of this in your last month issue (September ’08). Keep up the good work.


Dr. Pat Bonner, PHD Dwight “DC” Collins Ida Davis


Willie Dixon


Rev. Dr. Gregory Headen Nathaniel Marshall Richard Koritz Michael Troutman Dennis Winston


The Shout Out Line The Shout Out Line Historian:


Teen Reporter: Photographer:


Lewis Brandon Marisa March Otis Hairston, Jr., Howard D. Gaither


Well, it appears that the Bush Administration has allowed the rich and greedy Wall Street mafia to rob the American people blind. Bush’s no rich man left behind philosophy resulted in the theft of Billions of dollars from the 401-K plans of millions of Americans. . . and it was all legal . . . Bush should be impeached and the top brass on Wall Street should be put on trial and sent to jail for their obvious criminal conduct . . .


Sales Manager: Earl Jones, (336) 254-8725 Mailing address: 21 Loney Circle, Greensboro, NC 27406


News & Advertising: (336) 254-8725 Shout Out LIne: 662-2606


You know I’ve been thinking about the government’s mandate to make those of us who still have rab- bit ears and roof antennas to use and watch our T.V. to make us change to digital. I’m seventy eight years old and I enjoy my T.V. now as much as I have done for the last fifty years, just fine. It’s just a way for the government to put more money in the hands of the cable T.V. companies and the satellite companies. By making us switch, it’s going to cost me money to watch T. V. when I don’t have to pay anything now. These companies are going to make millions because of this government sell-out of


me and other who have to switch. . . I never thought I would see the day that our government is con- trolled by corporations and not the people . . . it’s a shame. . .


The Shout Out Line


Hey G-Times, someone needs to tell the American people that John McCain is more concerned about the Joe who drives the Hummer and not Joe the Plummer.


The Shout Out Line The Shout Out Line This paper is free. However, to receive it in the


Greensboro Times, I’m going to pop if I hear one more Republican or anyone else say that Barack Obama is not experienced enough to be president. This man is smart, he is a thinker, he remains


convenience of your home, a yearly subscription is offered for $30.00 per year.


The world series between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Philadelphia Phillies should be one of the


best . . . The Rays just came out of no where, I want to shout out to my brother, David, who’s a rabid Philly fan that yea its me, J. B., the Rays are going to kick that . . . . How you like that prediction?


now what’s up with this Sarah Palin, Joe six pack obsession. Many of the Joe voted for Bush not once but twice. Most of them are worse off than they were ee of them have lost jobs that they worked on for more than ten years. Joe Six as hell at Bush and should fear a McCain Palin presidency that obviously will make their income status worst. . .


The Shout Out Line The Shout Out Line


Hello Mr. Jones, I read your paper all the time, and I just love it. I look forward to every issue. I have enjoyed the information on Barack Obama and Michelle and the kids. This is just a blessed time for me. I just turned 86 this month, and Lord knows I never dreamed that I would ever live to see a


nd I want to send a shout out to my running partners who are die-hard Dallas n’t stand the so-called America’s team, the Dallas Cowboys. . . They are losing just want to bask in it. The Carolina Panthers is the team to beat this year.


Ok now—by, by. And thanks again for your paper. The Shout Out Line


e Bush Administration has allowed the rich and greedy Wall Street mafia to rob blind. Bush’s no rich man left behind philosophy resulted in the theft of Billions 1-K plans of millions of Americans. . . and it was all legal . . . Bush should be op brass on Wall Street should be put on trial and sent to jail for their obvious criminal conduct . . .


Sales Manager: Earl Jones, (336) 254-8725 Mailing address: 21 Loney Circle, Greensboro, NC 27406


News & Advertising: (336) 254-8725 Shout Out LIne: 662-2606


The Shout Out Line


Hey G-Times, someone needs to tell the American people that John McCain is more concerned about the Joe who drives the Hummer and not Joe the Plummer.


This paper is free. However, to receive it in the


convenience of your home, a yearly subscription is offered for $30.00 per year.


The Shout Out Line The Shout Out Line The world series between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Philadelphia Phillies should be one of the


best . . . The Rays just came out of no where, I want to shout out to my brother, David, who’s a rabid Philly fan that yea its me, J. B., the Rays are going to kick that . . . . How you like that prediction?


’m going to pop if I hear one more Republican or anyone else say that Barack enced enough to be president. This man is smart, he is a thinker, he remains er pressure, and based on the way he has run his campaign, he is an excellent good strong handle on the economy.


Look at Bush; he was governor of Texas. So--- so much for experience we all as been no help to him as president. You see, this man can’t think. He can’t of a paper bag. And McCain he is just all over the place. No one knows from


t what he just might up and do. Look at how on a whim, he just out of the blue Palin out of the hat. And Oh Lord! If these two end up in the White House, Heaven help us. I think Obama is going to take this one.


The Shout Out Line


The International Civil Rights Center and Museum had visitors in town celebrating the 34th Annual Bell-Hogan Family Reunion, July 9-12, 2015. (L-R:Tammy Wilson, Dwight Talbert, Jr., Juliana Ballard, Isaiah Bynoe, yourself, Dr.Josephine Jones, Shirley Bynoe, and Dr. Cynthia Bell. The family, originally from Lexington, NC now has members across the country.


All of these attributes more than qualify The Shout Out Line


You know I’ve been thinking about the government’s mandate to make those of us who still have rab- bit ears and roof antennas to use and watch our T.V. to make us change to digital. I’m seventy eight years old and I enjoy my T.V. now as much as I have done for the last fifty years, just fine. It’s just a way for the government to put more money in the hands of the cable T.V. companies and the satellite companies. By making us switch, it’s going to cost me money to watch T. V. when I don’t have to pay anything now. These companies are going to make millions because of this government sell-out of


me and other who have to switch. . . I never thought I would see the day that our government is con- trolled by corporations and not the people . . . it’s a shame. . .


black man about to become president of the United States of America, but I just hope and pray they don’t try to hurt him. Well I’m not going to worry about that because the good Lord has His arms around him.


calm and focused under pressure, and based on the way he has run his campaign, he is an excellent strategist and has a good strong handle on the economy.


All of these attributes more than qualify


him to be president. Look at Bush; he was governor of Texas. So--- so much for experience we all know too well this has been no help to him as president. You see, this man can’t think. He can’t


even think his way out of a paper bag. And McCain he is just all over the place. No one knows from one minute to the next what he just might up and do. Look at how on a whim, he just out of the blue ups and pulls Sarah Palin out of the hat. And Oh Lord! If these two end up in the White House, Heaven help us. I think Obama is going to take this one.


The Shout Out Line The Shout Out Line Adri-Anne Jones, Managing Editor


© Copyright 2008, pertaining to contents of this issue, all rights are reserved.


Earl Jones, Publisher/Editor


Contributing Writers: Queshonda Moore Rep. Alma Adams


Hello, I’m calling to thank the Greensboro Times for informing it readers that Sarah Palin lost her bid to become Miss Alaska to an African-American woman. I love your paper because we get so much information that the main print media choose not to report. I haven’t observed this shown or reported on CNN, NBC, ABC, FOX or Headline News. Thank you for informing us of this in your last month issue (September ’08). Keep up the good work.


Dr. Pat Bonner, PHD Dwight “DC” Collins Ida Davis


Willie Dixon


Hello, I am wondering whatever happened to the City’s investigation of the 93 black male citizens in the City’s police “black book.” Were these black males subject to any police harassment or miscon- duct? Does anyone on the City Council care? We have heard about the status of the other investi- gations and law suits regarding the police but not this issue. . . . Now the black male is an endan- gered species, especially in Greensboro . . .


Rev. Dr. Gregory Headen Nathaniel Marshall Richard Koritz Michael Troutman Dennis Winston


The Shout Out Line


Hello, G-Times, you know what’s up with this Sarah Palin, Joe six pack obsession. Many of the Joe six pack types I know voted for Bush not once but twice. Most of them are worse off than they were four years ago and three of them have lost jobs that they worked on for more than ten years. Joe Six Pack should be mad as hell at Bush and should fear a McCain Palin presidency that obviously will make their income status worst. . .


The Shout Out Line Historian:


Teen Reporter: Photographer:


Lewis Brandon Marisa March Otis Hairston, Jr., Howard D. Gaither


The Shout Out Line


Hello, I am wondering whatever happened to the City’s investigation of the 93 black male citizens in the City’s police “black book.” Were these black males subject to any police harassment or miscon- duct? Does anyone on the City Council care? We have heard about the status of the other investi- gations and law suits regarding the police but not this issue. . . . Now the black male is an endan- gered species, especially in Greensboro . . .


The Shout Out Line


Well, it appears that the Bush Administration has allowed the rich and greedy Wall Street mafia to rob the American people blind. Bush’s no rich man left behind philosophy resulted in the theft of Billions of dollars from the 401-K plans of millions of Americans. . . and it was all legal . . . Bush should be impeached and the top brass on Wall Street should be put on trial and sent to jail for their obvious criminal conduct . . .


The Shout Out Line


Hello, G-Times, you know what’s up with this Sarah Palin, Joe six pack obsession. Many of the Joe six pack types I know voted for Bush not once but twice. Most of them are worse off than they were four years ago and three of them have lost jobs that they worked on for more than ten years. Joe Six Pack should be mad as hell at Bush and should fear a McCain Palin presidency that obviously will make their income status worst. . .


Greensboro Times, I’m going to pop if I hear one more Republican or anyone else say that Barack Obama is not experienced enough to be president. This man is smart, he is a thinker, he remains


calm and focused under pressure, and based on the way he has run his campaign, he is an excellent strategist and has a good strong handle on the economy.


All of these attributes more than qualify


him to be president. Look at Bush; he was governor of Texas. So--- so much for experience we all know too well this has been no help to him as president. You see, this man can’t think. He can’t


even think his way out of a paper bag. And McCain he is just all over the place. No one knows from one minute to the next what he just might up and do. Look at how on a whim, he just out of the blue ups and pulls Sarah Palin out of the hat. And Oh Lord! If these two end up in the White House, Heaven help us. I think Obama is going to take this one.


The Shout Out Line


g whatever happened to the City’s investigation of the 93 black male citizens in k book.” Were these black males subject to any police harassment or miscon- on the City Council care? We have heard about the status of the other investi- regarding the police but not this issue. . . . Now the black male is an endan- gered species, especially in Greensboro . . .


The Shout Out Line


Hello, this is Benny and I want to send a shout out to my running partners who are die-hard Dallas Cowboy fans. . . I can’t stand the so-called America’s team, the Dallas Cowboys. . . They are losing games now and I just want to bask in it. The Carolina Panthers is the team to beat this year.


black man about to become president of the United States of America, but I just hope and pray they don’t try to hurt him. Well I’m not going to worry about that because the good Lord has His arms around him.


Ok now—by, by. And thanks again for your paper. The Shout Out Line


Hello Mr. Jones, I read your paper all the time, and I just love it. I look forward to every issue. I have enjoyed the information on Barack Obama and Michelle and the kids. This is just a blessed time for me. I just turned 86 this month, and Lord knows I never dreamed that I would ever live to see a


Hello, this is Benny and I want to send a shout out to my running partners who are die-hard Dallas Cowboy fans. . . I can’t stand the so-called America’s team, the Dallas Cowboys. . . They are losing games now and I just want to bask in it. The Carolina Panthers is the team to beat this year.


Adri-Anne Jones, Managing Editor The Shout-Out line The Shout-Out line


Shout Out to 662-2606 The Shout Out Line


Hello, I’m calling to thank the Greensboro Times for informing it readers that Sarah Palin lost her bid to become Miss Alaska to an African-American woman. I love your paper because we get so much information that the main print media choose not to report. I haven’t observed this shown or reported on CNN, NBC, ABC, FOX or Headline News. Thank you for informing us of this in your last month issue (September ’08). Keep up the good work.


Shout-Out line


Shout Out to 662-2606 The Shout Out Line


The Shout Out Line


Signed: Cindi Goodwin, Director of Facilities Randolph Community College


Thursday August 13, 2015, in the Foundation Conference Cen- ter at


Randolph Community College:


629 Industrial Park Ave, Asheboro, NC 27205 for the construction of the


Cosmetology Center Building Renovation at which time and place bids will be opened and read. An Open Pre-Bid Meeting will be held at 10:00 am on Thursday July 30, 2015 at the


Cosmetology Center Building Renovation Project Site at 503 Industrial Park Ave., Asheboro, NC 27205. The meeting will identify preferred brand alternates and their performance standards that the owner will consider for approv- al on this project.


Complete plans and specifications for this project can be obtained from Smith Sinnett Architecture, 4600 Lake Boone Trail,


Suite 205, Raleigh, NC 27607. (919) 781-8582 during normal office hours after July 20, 2015. Plan Deposit $150.00 Cash, Certified or Company Check for hard copy required.


Randolph Community College Board of Trustees reserves the unqualified


right to reject any and all proposals.


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