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rntsuntiKi-w Church of the Covenant, 15th and and Market streets. Rev. J. Harry Whitmore, D. D., minister. Miss Lu cilla White, director of religious ed ucation. Mr. Arthur John, director of music. Church School at 9:45 O’clock. Classes for all ages. Morn ing worship at 11 o’clock. Message by the pastor. By direction of the general assembly today is set apart as a day of “Pasting and Prayer for World Peace.” In addition to the morning service the church will be open from 5 to 6 o’clock for all who desire to come for prayer. “The Forgotten Four,” a play with a foreign mission message will be presented in the Kenan building at 8 o’clock. The Young People are sponsoring the play. A silver offer ing will be received. The Executive committee of the Woman’s Auxiliary will meet on Monday in the Prayer room of the church at 4 o clock. Boy Scouts will meet on Friday at 7:30 o’clock. You are cordially invited to worship at the Church of the Cove nant. •YTon-.nrial: Rpv Raleigh M. Engle, pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m., Melzar Pearsall, sjxpe rintendent. Worship service at 11 a. m. Young People’s league at 7:15 p. m. Mid-week service on Wednesday at 8 p. m. All the mem bers of our church are reminded that the general assembly has re quested that this day be set apart as a day of fasting and prayer for peace and for those who are suf fering in the war-stricken coun tries. Winter Park: Rev. Raleigh M. Engle, pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m., John L. Lamb, superinten dent. Young People’s league at 7:15 p. m. Worship service at 8 p. m. (Note the change in hour.) The general assembly of the Presby terian church in the U. S. has re quested that this day be set apart as a day of fasting and prayer for peace and for those who are suf fering in the war-stricken coun tries. This matter is called to the attention of all members of the church. First—Corner Third and Orange streets. Rev. A. D. P. Gilmour, D. D., pastor. Mr. J. Lyman Cong don. director of music and relig ious education. Sunday services: 10 a. m. Church school, with graded classes for all . ages. 11:15 a. m. Worship and ser mon by the pastor. “Day of Pray- ' er for Peace. Special music by tho rViniv 7 m TYTpptino nf thp leagues. Monday 4 p. m. Meeting of the executive committee of the Woman’s Auxiliary. Everyone is cordially invited to these services. St. Andrews: Corner Fourth and Campbell streets. Rev. Charlton H. Storey, D. D. minister. Carroll C. Riddle, director of music and reli gious education. J. E. Waodburn, superintendent of t h e church school. J. K. Bannerman, teacher of McClure Bible class. 9 a. m. church school, classes for all ages. 11 a. m. morning worship, sermon by the Rev. W. H. Eubanks, Syno dical Home Missionary. Organ prelude, “Meditation,” Bach. Of fertory: Hymn-Anthem, “America. America. n.n muhs njurn umc, combined choirs. 8 p. m. Evening service, combined service with choir and young people. Orgar meditation: “Andante,” Hess and "Traumerie,” Schumann. Offer tory: anthem, “Hear My Prayer.’ Arcadelt. St. Andrews choir. A cqr dial welcome awaits you at all our services. Immanuel: Corner Fifth and Meares streets, the Rev. F. S. Johnston, pastor. Norman Mintz, organist and choir director. Bible school. Sunday morning, 9:45, Har ry Wettig, general superintendent. Classes for all ages. Morning wor ship and sermon by pastor, 11 o’clock. As requested by the gen eral assembly of our church “Prayer for Peace in the World”, will be the theme for this service. Evening worship and sermon by pastor 8 o’clock. Young people meet at 7 o’clock. Mid-week pray er and Bible study Wednesday 8 p. m. A hearty welcome awaits you at all our services. METHODIST Grace, Corner Grace and Fourth streets. Rev. j. F- Herbert, pastor. Church School at 9:45 a. m. A. R. Crowe, general superintendent. Classes for all ages, with efficient teachers provided. People of the community are invited to unite with CJrace church school for Bible study. Morning worship at 11 o’clock. Sermon by the pastor. Communion service will follow the sermon. To ihis communion are invited people of all Christian groups. Young People’s meeting of the Senior League group will be held it 7 o’clock in Lydia Yates room, fhis will be the closing meeting of his group until fall. The Interme diate group, under leadership of Mrs. Smithson has already closed ts meetings until fall. Both of these groups are planning to send dele rations to the Louisburg assemblies n June and July. Evening worship at S o’clock. Ser non by the pastor. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8 o’clock. During the past week the board pf education of Grace church met, planning for the annual Church school picnic and for the Church school library. Trinity—Market and 14th streets, he Rev. Robert L. Jerome, minis er, church school at 9:45 a. m. H. \. Marks, superintendent; morning vorship at 11 a. m., with sermon by pastor on the subject: "Today’s fouth and Tomorrow’s World;” 'ollowed by celebration of the word’s Supper; evening worship at i p. m., with sermon by pastor on he subject: “United For Con juest.” The daily vacation church school will begin Monday morning it 9 o’clock, with sessions for chil dren from 4 to 15 years of age; midweek service Wednesday at 8 p, m., talk by pastor; everyone '.velcome at all services. Fifth Avenue: Fifth between Slun and Church streets. Chancie D. Barclift, pastor. Church school meets at 9:45 a. m. with D. B. Branch as general superintendent, there are departments and classes Graded for worship and study, for all age groups. Congregational worship wit! sermon by the pastor at 11 a. m His theme will be “Faith in God” At this service the senior choii will sing “This Holy Hour” bj Carrie B. Adams, and the sacra ment of the Lord’s supper will be observed. Epworth league, Sunday 7 p. m There will be no preaching ser vice at the eight o’clock hour a: the pastor will be out of the citj in attendance upon the reunion o: his class at Duke university com mencement, and the pastor’: school. He will, however, occupj mo at uuiu aci vitca uca Sunday. The Vacation church school wil be held June 10-14, 9 to 11 a. m daily. Classes will be held for Be ginners, Primaries, Juniors anc Intermediate Young people. You are cordially invited to at tend all the services at this church and to make your church home here. Epworth — Corner Bladen anc North Fifth. Minister Walter Pavy 815 North Fifth. Phone 2053-XW' Ministers of music and drama: Mesdames Rumley, Benson anc Cowan. Sunday June 2. Special students day. Services in honor of class 1940. 10 a. m. Combined church school and public worship. Sermor ‘What Have You Learnt?” 8 p. m Our Bright Friendly Service. Ad dress: “What if Jesus is True? oi the Methodist church, or Waltei Pavy?” A heart-to-heart talk or seeking for the truth. Wednesday prayer service at 8 p. m. Thurs day, Epworth league at 8 p. m. Or account of Mr. Pavy’s absence a1 Durham, there will be no meeting of Boy Scouts or Rangers. Federal Point: Located t w c miles west of Carolina Beach (just off of the road leading to the Ethyl-Dow Chemical plant.) Rev W. A. Tew, pastor. Regular wor ship Sunday afternoon at 3 o’clock. Sermon by the pastor. At this time the new members will be received nitu me cnurcn, ana me sacra ment of the Lord’s supper will be administered. There is being called a local church conference at the close of the worship service. A1 members are urged to be present The regular meeting of the Worn an’s Missionary society will be held Monday at 2:30. Wesley Memorial: At Wintei Park, Rev. W. A. Tew, pastor phone 3095-W. Regular congregat ional worship conducted at l( o’clock by the pastor. Observance of the Holy Sacrament. Church school led by Mr. J. N. Needharr at 11 o’clock. Young people meel at 7:30. The circles of the Woman’s Missionary society will meet Tues day afternoon at 3:30 at the home of Mrs. W. P. Farrar. Prayer vice conducted Wednesday night at 8 by Mr. J. N. Needham. Note: The pastor will return from Pastors’ school next Saturday and the re gular appointments will be filled on June 9 as usual. BAPTIST Wrightsboro. — Tne Rev. H. S. Strickland, pastor. Bible schoo: 9:45 a. m. C. J. Josenhans, super intendent. Classes and departments for al lages. Morning worship 11:00 a. m. Mrs. J. L. Marshburn. pian ist. Young people’s meeting 6:45 p. m. Seniors in charge of Selma Coble with Mrs. J. C. Josenhans in charge of program. Intermedi ates in charge of Mrs. G. W. Trask. Miss Ann Manitsas is leading this group in the study of the book of Genesis. The Juniors are led by Mrs. Emily S. Sebrell and Miss Dorothy Stevens. Evening worship 8 p. m. Monday afternoon 3 p. m. the Rosa Powell Sunbeams meet at the home of Mrs. D. R. Murray, their leader. Wednesday afternoon at 4 p. m. the Mary Herring Sun beam Band will meet at the home of Mrs. Julius Moore, led by Mrs. J. B. Burton, their leader. Wednesday evening 8 p. m. the regular praise and Bible study meeting. A warm welcome awaits all who can attend. Gibson Avenuo _ Rov r: tv Rn). lard, pastor. Sunday school at 10 a m. with classes for all ages. J. C Norton, superintendent. The Baptis Training Union meets at 7 p. m with a complete organization, G. W Murray, director. Worship services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. with preach ing at each service by the pastor Prayer service Wednesday night a 8 o’clock conducted by the pastor The public is cordially invited to wor ship with us. First: Fifth and Market streets. Sankey Lee Blanton, pastor. Sun day school at 9:45 a. m. Morning worship at 11. Mr. Blanton’s sub ject for the morning hour will be “In Memoriam”, and the commun ion of the Lord’s Supper will be observed. The high school choir will sing for the anthem “Send Out Thy Light” by Gounod. B. T. U. at 7 p. m. Evening wor ship at 8. The sermon topic will be “God’s Interpreters,” Mr. Blan ton, preaching. The Adult choir will sing Frank Mason North’s challenging hymn. “O Master of the Waking World”, set to music by Bortniansky. We welcome all who wish to wor ship with us. Southside: Fifth and Wooster. Sunday school at 9:45. Morning worship at 11. Communion service will be observed at that hour. B. T. U. at 7. The pastor will preach on “Significance of Home Life.” A cordial invitation awaits you. Come and vvorshiD with us. J. O. Walton, pastor. Temple: 17th and Market streets. Rev. Arthur J. Barton, LL. D., pas tor. Congregational worship and preaching services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. The pastor will preach at each service. At the morning hour the main feature of the service will be the celebration of the Lord’s supper. At night the pastor will speak on the topic “When the Lord Was Asleep.” Sunday school 9:45 a. m., J. O. Greene superinten dent. Graded departments and classes for all ages. Baptist Train ing Union at 7 p. m. A hearty wel come and cheerful Christian fel lowship await you always at the Friendly church. Winter Park: Rev. R. H. Satter field, pastor. The Bible schoo meets at 10 a. m. S. W. Brinson superintendent, D. J. Batts, assis tant. Baptist Training Union at ' o’clock; preaching service at 1 with sermon by the pastor. The Mary Herring Circle of th< Women’s Missionary society wil meet Monday afternoon at 1 o’clock at the home of Mrs. Sudi< ! Middleton. The regular monthly meeting of the United Worker: will be held Tuesday evening at 1 o’clock at the home of Mrs. D. J Futrelle. Prayer service Wednes day evening at 8. Plans are be ing completed and a program pre pared for the dedication of the church building Sunday afternoon at five o’clock, June 9. A cordial invitation is extended the public to worship at this church. EPISCOPAL Church of the Good Shepherd— Sixth and Queen streets. Rev. Frederick A. Turner rector. The second Sunday after Trinity. Cele bration of the Holy Communion 7:JO a. m. Church school 9:45 a. m. Men’s Bible class 10 a. m. Holy Communion and sermon 11 a. m. Evensong and sermon 8 p. m. A welcome awaits you at this church. St. Pauls: 16th and Market streets. Rev. Alexander Miller, rector. 7:30 a. m. Celebration of the Holy Communion. 9:45 a. m. The church school. 11:15 a. m. Ce lebration of the Holy Communion. 7 p. m. The N. P. S. L. meeting. St. James: Corner Market and Third streets. Rev. Mortimer Glov er, rector. Second Sunday after Trinity. Holy Communion 8 a. m. (At this service the Young Peo ple’s service league will make its corporate communion.) Church school 10:30 a. m. Morning pray er and sermon 11 a. m. (At this service the church school promo tion exercises will be held.) A cor dial invitation is extended, espec ially to visitors and strangers. St. Andrew’s on the Sound: Sun day school 9:30 a. m. Church service 10:30 a. m. Y. P. S. L. 7:30 p. m. Y. P. S. L. program to which the public is invited 8 p. m. Subject Camp Leach. Motion pic tures will be shown. J. Leon Ma lone, rector. St. John's, Third and Red Cross streets. Rev. E- \V. Halleck, pas tor. Services for the second Sunday after Trinity. Holj Communion at 7:30 a. m. Church School closnig services 10 a. m. Holy Communion and sermon at 11 a. m. The public is cordially invited. LITHERAN St. Paul’s, Sixth and Market streets. The Rev. Walter B. Freed, pastor. Morning worship service It a. m.; sermon: “You Cannot Afford To Neglect Religion." Sunday school, with classes for all ages, 9:45. A special congregational meeting Mon day, June 3, at S o’clock in the Luther Memorial building. A most cordial welcome awaits the wor shiper at St. Paul’s, and a special imitation is extended to strangers and visitors to worship with us. St. Matthew’s: 919 North Fourth street. The Rev. Carl H. Fisher, pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Adolf Otersen, superintendent. Morning worship service 11 a. m. sermon: “When Is Religion Real?" Regular monthly council meeting. Wednesday, June 5, 8 p. m. We are always glad to have visitors join us in the worship of our God. ADVENT CHRISTIAN Fourth Street—Rev. S. E. Thur low, pastor. Corner Fourth and Church streets. Sunday school 10 a. m. Mr. H. S. King, superintendent. Morning service 11 a. m. Sermon by the pastor. Night service 8 p. m. Sermon Theme: "When Satan Took a Hog Hide.” Prayer meeting Wed nesday night 9 p. m. We invite you to worship with us. CHRISTIAN First — 3rd and Ann streets. James Lawson, B.D., minister. Morning worship 11. Evening wor ship 8. The Young People will pre . sent a musical program at 7. The , adults of the church and the public are invited to attend the young people's program. ADVENT Sixth Street, Sunday school 10 a. m. Worship 11 a. m. and S p. m. Plans are being made for the annual outing of the Sunday S'chool. Announcement will be made soon whether it will be held at Wrightsville or Carolina Beach. Sunday School Lesson BY WILLIAM E. GILROY, D. D. Editor of Advance Text: Ezekiel 15:1-6; Matthew 5:13 16; 7:16-20; I Corinthians 10:6, 7. Our lesson consists of four pass ages of Scripture, which come out of a wide range of time and cir cumstance, but which are all de signed to emphasize the great truth confirmed by all experience, "By their fruits ye shall know them.” The prophet Ezekiel makes his contribution by the illustration of the vine-tree, which is of little use except for fuel. He is thinking evi dently not of the productive vine which bears useful and nourishing fruit but of the vine of the forest which has no size or substance, which is of little use except to be burned, and which is of no use aft er it has been burned. He uses his illustration to sug gest the fruitlessness and useless ness of Israel in its lack of faith and good works, and the destiny of a nation or people thus fruitless and useless is to be “given to the fire for fuel.” “So,” Ezekiel rep resented Jehovah as saying, “will I give the inhabitants of Jerusa lem.” * * * Jesus emphasizes the need of manifesting faith, by reference to salt and to light. If salt has lost its savour, it is useless. If a light is hidden, it is of no value. It is the Christian’s duty to keep the savour of an active, whole some, Christian life, manifest in deeds as well as in inward faith. It is his duty to be as a city set on a hill that cannot be hid, or as a light in a house, uncovered and free to shine into every place and corner. Then, Jesus turns in His teach ing to the illustration of the tree bringing forth fruit. The tree is known by the nature and quality of the fruit that it bears. A thorn tree cannot bring forth figs; nor does the fig tree produce thistles. This is as true of men and wom en in their lives as it is true of trees. No outward show or profes sion of piety is worth anything of the life be not andrtuly good and its goodness is tested by its words and deeds. The closing passage of the les son, from I Corinthians, brings this teaching to a head in stressing the fact that all that has happened in religious experience, and especial ly in the failure of men and women to live according to their highest and best, is for our instruction and benefit. The appeal of the apostle is that we should not be as idolaters and as those whose religion has been one of mere profession and falsity; that we should look well to the quality of our lives and see that our religion manifests itself by bringing forth much fruit. * * * Analogies, or illustrations, are never perfect, and there is one warning that perhaps should be sounded in connection with a les son like this. It is that fruits them selves should be tested carefully and should not be judged by ap pearances. Actions and deeds are in them selves sometimes deceiving. There may be an appearance of good works when there is anything but a true spirit back of them. Recent ly I purchased some fruit that was very attractive to the eye. It had all the appearance of excellent quality, but when we came to eat it. it was woody and pulpy and ut terly without flavor. There are lives like that, that have the appearance of good works but that lack almost entirely the spirit of anything either truly hu man or divine. Fruits are the evidence of in ward life in trees or men, bi.it there can be no fruits without lifo. HOLINESS Holy Church of Jesus Christ: Third* and Marstella streets. Rev. G. L. Pridgen pastor. Sunday school 10:30. Sunday night ser vice 8 o’clock. Young peoples meeting Tuesday night 8 o’clock all members are urged to be pre- ; sent. Ladies home missionary j meets Wednesday morning 10 a. m. at the church. Prayer meeting Wednesday night 8 o’clock. The public is invited to attend all ser- • vices. j NON-DEMONIN ATIONAL Castle Heights: Mrs. W. T. De Vane, Jr., will conduct religious services at the Castle Heights church, feirffday afternoon at 3 o’clock, and Sunday night at 8 o’clock, loth and Castle streets Her subject will be ‘‘Tolerance in Religion.” Special vocal and instrumental selections will be rendered at the night service. Singing wall be led by a large chorus choir, together with the Castle Heights orchestra. The public is invited to attend. Sunday school will assemble at 2 p. m. to study the text “For I am persuaded that neither death, nor , life, nor angels, nor principalities nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come, nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature shall be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord.” Romans 8. 38-39. SALVATION ARMY The Citadel: 215 S. Front street. Brigadier and Mrs. J. V. Brea zeale. officers in charge. Lieute nant Sara Williams, assistant. Sun day school 10 a. m. Worship ser vice 11 a. m. Young Peoples ser vice 6:30 p. m. Open air service 7:30 p. m. Salvation meeting 8 p. m. At the night service a welcome will be given to Lieutenant Sara Williams, who has come to Wil- , mington this week from the Sal vation Army Training College in Atlanta. Prayer service Wednesday night at 8 o clock. Ladies Home league will meet Thursday 7:30 p. m. Wright Street Hall: 321 Wright street. Sunday school 10 a. m. i Open air service Friday at 7:30 • p. m. Holiness meeting. Friday 8 j p. m. The public is invited to at tend these services. _ I FUNDAMENTAL BAPTIST Tabernacle — (Fundamental.! Sixth and Ann. John F. Warren, pastor. Bible school meets at 9:45 a. m. We use the Bible in our ^ school. Classes for all. C. Y. Mil- ( ton is in charge. Regular worship ( services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. c The pastor has been out of the city ^ for the week, but will return from - Buies Creek for today’s services. Music will be under the direction s of Mrs. W. T. Mercer. The young t people will meet at 7 p. m. with Mrs. L. L. Mills in charge. Prayer and praise services each Wednes- t day evening at 8 o'clock. A cordial 1 nvitation is extended the public ind a hearty welcome awaits all vho come. NON-DENOMINATIONAL Church of Christ: 1013 South rourth street. Bible classes 10:30 i. m Preaching at the church suiiding 11 a. m. and at the tent at he corner of Third and Church streets at 8 p. m. The meeting in jrogress at the tent will continue hroughout with O. P. Baird reaching and M. E. Waldrum of Greenville, S. C. directing the singing. Mr. Waldrum will preach it the church building this morn ng' CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ. Scientist: 7th and Chestnut streets. Sunday norning services at 11 o’clock. Subject of lesson sermon • ‘Ancient ind Modern Necromancy and Hy snotism Denounced.” Sunday school at 10 o’clock. Wednesday ;vening meetings at 8 o’clock. At shese meetings may be heard tes imonies and remarks on Chris ten Science. Reading room at 33 North Third street, in the Wallace building, rhis room is open daily from 3 to 5 3. m., where the Bible togeti.T vith the writings of Mary Baker Sddy may be read or obtained. The public is cordially invited o attend all services and visit the ■eading room. NON-SECTAIl AN Church of God: 21st and Gibson tvenue. Sunday school 10 a. m. ^Teaching service 11 a. m. and 8 3. m. Rev. J. L. Taylor, pastor. Baird Will Preach On Saul’s Conversion The evangelistic, meeting in the :ent at the corner of Third and ,'hurch streets enters the second j veek tonight. Interest has been rood during the first week. O. P. laird of this city is the evangelist ind M. E. Waldrum of Greenville. 1. C.. is directing the eongrega ional singing. Mr. Baird’s subject tonight will >e "The Conversion of Saul of r.arsus.” Services every night at o'clock. Church School Plans Closing Session Today The church school of St. John's Episcopal church will hold its losing service for the year in he church this morning at 10 ’clock, at which time the awards or attendance during the past ear will be made. All members of the church chool and their friends are urged o attend this service. America's first real hotel was he City Hotel, opened in 1794 in Jew York City. It had 73 rooms.2 ----—I Brothers Graduate .. .. Walter Glod Aioerl (jtloa Two sons of Mr. and Mrs. J. Glod, of Castle Hayne, are being graduated from North Carolina colleges within a week’s time. The young men, who were born in New York and lived in Poland for five years of their school lile. were both members of the 1936 graduating class at New Hanover High school. Albert Glod. the older of the boys, received his B. S. degree in chemistry, cum laude, last Mon day at State college in Raleigh. Besides being vice-president of his class and a chemistry assistant, he was a member of Golden Bough; Gamma Sigma Epsilon, honor che mistry fraternity; and Gamma Nu Iota, pre-medical fraternity. This fall, he plans to enter the Wake Forest Medical School. Walter Glod will receive his B. S. degree in electrical engineer ing on Monday night, June 2. He is a member of Eta Kappa Nu. honorary electrical engineering fraternity; Pi Kappa Phi. social fraternity, and the American Insti tution of Electrical Engineers. He has accepted a position with a northern firm. Second Week Of Civil Term To Open Monday The second week of the May-June civil term of New Hanover super ior court will open Monday morn ing, June 3. with Judge J. Paul Frizzelle. of Snow Hill, presiding, T. A. Henderson, clerk of court, laid yesterday. The docket includes 35 civil act ions and several cases on the re gular motion docket left over from :he first week of the civil term. 2 Jolly Juniors Plan Meeting On Thursday The Jolly Junior club of George Washington Council will hold its :egular monthly business meeting it the Junior Order hall Thursday light, it was announced yesterday. All members are urged to be present as business of importance will be discussed. 21 HOWELL 10 TALK AT BLACK RIV[| Hresbyteri,,,^' boe To Ohwrv, Anniversary A large er..v fl ■■ .. w and vicinity is ,-.v . ?l the 200th anoirerg ’ f the Black River R.,.... .. today at Ivanln, The Rev. r \] pastor of the nant. Greensboro, « ’ morning sermon. . ■ 1 drew J. Howell, of \\- „ , make a histnrii al afternoon. The Rev. \Y Ki • , ent pastor of tin r: Charles J. \y; grandson of Rani. Kelso Murphy, who .’• founders of the He; a bronze memorial ., today in their her. Patrick Murphy. .. ... and his wife's are , : churchyard, was born ,a died in 1785. He ley’s company, inti, r, ' tinental line, of t ae p„",'' army from 1 770 to 17, Tlie church ]. 1 m,, , the Black River '.TiaRt-l. w ganized in 17X8. with ti 10 r,v Lindsey, of .Scotland. ... ...... first eiders were: Ti a;p William Robinson. .1,,. n Vi.. Finley Murphy, and .. lister. For a time the clniivl the jurisdiction of tin sembly of Sent land, and tory centers around ip j'|,P . , log- meeting house was inl and rebuilt in 1770 and vy present building was consti 18.70. Tax Rate Here Called N. C.’s Second Rink I WAYNESVILLE. June 1—| - National Consumers Tax ce-n-r- - sion announced today that As:,, ville had the highest adjusted r: ■ perty tax rate in 1939 and Wire:,., Salem the lowest among repo:' ing North Carolina cities with ?/, 000-and-over population. The tax analysis was cniitmr.cd in a report to the 84 study gr in the state by Mrs. William 1 Hannah of Waynesville. state dee: tor. The following tables for sis the largest North Carolina cit:« was announced: Asheville. $2(1.30. Wilmmslra $18.70. Greensboro, $16.50, Dun ham, $16.28, Charlotte, $15.50. ar.c Winston-Salem, $14.70. 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