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It was managed by one of my relatives Mark Sloop now deceased. The building that used to be the Main is now occupied by a shoe store this is a picture of the building. Two Thomasville brothers who formerly lived in North Kannapolis were held in North Kannapolis jail Saturday night after they were reportedly caught stealing items of merchandise from a car parked in North Kannapolis early Saturday night.
James Junior Stephens, 23, and Cletus Franklin Stephens, 18, lived on Blackwelder road before moving to Thomasville several months ago, allegedly admitted thefts from cars parked in front of the Main theater in Jackson Park and the Dixie theater on South Main street here. Cecil Corriber of Landis told North Kannapolis officers shortly after 7 o'clock Saturday night that he came out of the Main theater and found two men removing a case of motor oil from his parked car to a nearby car belonging to them. Upon investigation he discovered other items from his car that had been transferred to the other car, he said, and while he was placing a call to police the suspects fled in their car.
North Kannapolis police said the men admitted the theft and told them they had stolen a quantity of tools and other items from a car parked in front of the Dixie theater earlier to the evening. Officers said the men will be served warrants and moved to the Rowan County Jail in Salisbury. In the December 2, , issue of Boxoffice Magazine, columnist Harry Hart reported on the theater owners convention in Charlotte. Dwiggins and H. Sloop of the Main Theatres in Kannapolis took this writer to luncheon the first day.
Construction must have progressed very slowly, as there is nothing more about the Main Theatre until the January 28, , issue of Boxoffice, where it is listed among the new theaters opened in the United States during Harry Hart visited the Main Theatre and wrote about his experience in his column in the October 21, , issue of Boxoffice. In that column he mentioned P. Dwiggins, vice president of the operating company.
Please note when Shoe Dept opened this building they restored it inside and out. So this is not the original facade it was originally red brick. It was lot plainer in appearance much like the Dixie on S, main st. Recent comments view all 9 comments.
View link. Joe Vogel on April 20, at pm In the December 2, , issue of Boxoffice Magazine, columnist Harry Hart reported on the theater owners convention in Charlotte. Patsy on January 15, at pm SiliconSam: I can see the photobucket photos now and it is quite the building facade. You must before making a comment. Want to be ed when a new comment is posted about this theater?
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