Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame. He was
nominated for an Emmy, and the studio where he
worked was named for him. He was in the Air Force
in the Vietnam War. ◆ Melvin Chester Swann Jr.
(’ 69 MEd), 80, of Greensboro; June 4, 2016. Swann
retired as deputy superintendent for Guilford County
schools after a 36-year career in education. He
began his career as a health and science teacher,
then became a vice principal and principal. In his role
as director of student affairs, he was instrumental
in managing the Greensboro city schools’
desegregation program. He was awarded the state’s
Order of the Long Leaf Pine for his distinguished
work in public education. He also was a broadcaster
for N.C. A&T football and basketball games for 37
years and was an inductee into the N.C. A&T Sports
Hall of Fame. He served in the Army.
1970 obituaries Eleanor Lee
Barnes (’ 70 BA), 67, of Charlottesville, Va.; Sept.
18, 2016. Barnes worked for Albemarle County’s
commissioner of accounts for 38 years. She
also worked as a horseback riding instructor. ◆
Dr. Kenneth Robert Kulp (’ 70 BA, ’ 74 MD), 68,
of Wilmington; Aug. 3, 2016. Kulp opened Kulp
Dermatology in Winston-Salem in 1979 and later
moved the practice to Cary. He represented the
Wake County Medical Society as a delegate four
times at the N.C. State Medical Society. He was
honored multiple times with the American Academy
of Dermatology’s Continuing Medical Education
Award. At UNC, he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.
◆ Frank Samuel McGaughey III (’ 70 BA), 67, of
Williamson, Ga.; Aug. 6, 2016. McGaughey retired
as a partner in Bryan Cave, where he concentrated
Fowler’s, at Franklin and Mallette streets, where 55 years ago a buck-fifty would get you a pound of rib roast and a box of 48 tea bags and a couple-
RETROSPEC T: 1961
three coins in change. Fowler’s old space is becoming home to Blue Dogwood Public Market, whose partners plan to have up to 16 stalls where
vendors can sell regional and seasonal foods. See Around Town, page 86. “SHEET FILM 1243: AUTO CRO WD, 15 AUGUS T 1961: SCAN 1,” IN THE ROLAND GIDUZ PHO TO COLLEC TION P0033, N. C.
COLLEC TION PHOTO ARCHIVES, UNC.