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Southeastern North Carolina
NEWS TIDBITS ★ ★ ★ Bladen — Brunswick — Columbus — Craven — Duplin Onslow — Pender — Robeson — Sampson j.UPORT WORKERS NEW BERN, July 2—Thirty tne Bahamian workers were expected to arrive here late Tuesday to assist Craven coun t. farmers in the harvesting of their tobacco crop. They will remain here for a month, un less efforts to keep some of them longer to assist with their cr p'S ar£ successful, it is re j i d by County Farm Agent A. T. Jackson. NEW CHAIRMAN NEW BERN, July 2—H. J. JhaoDonald, principal of the N „• Bern high school, has been rx red chairman of the dis a.-;er committee of the Craven c: mtv chapter of the Ameri can Red Cross, in the place of the late B. M. Potter. C. L. Carter was selected to succeed jia Donald as assistant chair man. IIESELS EXPECTED NEW BERN, July 2 —De !:v :v of two new 1,350 hor.se P':-,ver Diesel locomotives to U - Atlantic and East Carolina railroad is expected soon for use on the 96 miles of tracks leased by the road from the state-controlled Atlantic and North Carolina railroad. The locomotives were designed and built by the electro-motive division of the General Motors corporation. TO ASSIST PASTOR NEW BERN, July 2—Robert L c Turner, a senior at Union T oological seminary at Rich ni .:d. is here as summer as DIAL 2-8675 for Electrical Service Contracting - Repairing Residential or Commercial Brooks Electrical Co. 312 Southern Bldg. RELIABLE Watch Repairing B. GURR, Jeweler 264 N. Front St sistant to the Rev. F. Hubert Morris, pastor of the First Presbyterian church. A resident of Leaksville, Turner is a graduate of David son college and will receive his bachelor of divinity degree from Union seminary next February. His wife is assist ant librarian in the seminary library. Besides assisting Mr- Morris, Mr. Turner will also work with the Sunday school and young people at Neuse Forest Pres byterian church. He was active in Presbyterian church work at Leaksville-Spray some years ago when Mr. Morris was pas tor there. ORGANIZE CHORUS NEW BERN, July 2—A com munity chorus is being orga nized in New Bern. About 100 voices are desired. It will be the first chorus of the kind here for years. LIONS AID BLIND NEW BERN, July 2—Under the direction of the New Bern Lions club, a total of $4,900 was raised here for the club’s work among the blind, accord ing to announcement of J. W^e-sley Morton, retiring club president. During the cam paign a new Hudson sedan was awarded as a prize to Miss Emily Bunting, who is employed at the local AAA of fice. POLICEMAN RESIGNS FAIR BLUFF, July i—Frank Lewis resigned last week as night policeman and returned to his former place of employ ment, at Dempsey’s Garage where he has been for years. OFFICER REENLISTS FAIR BLUFF, July i—Form er Army Air Forces Capt. Joseph B. Townsend. 26 years of age. after several months as a civilian has enlisted in the Army Air Forces as a Master Sergeant. He returned to Ger many last March. Two years ago he married Miss Maxine Alford of Elizabethtown. Mrs. Townsend expects to join her DAILY CROSSWORD ACROSS l.Tax 5. Biblical name 9. Platform 10. Sorcery 12. Hard work 13. Become red in the face 14. A wing 15. Land measure 16. Shield 17. Soft 20. Indefinite article 21. Posses* i 22. Drive oakum into seams 24. Rustic 27. Little doll I 28. Burden 29. Coin (Peru) 30. Greek letter 31. Stealthy 35. King of Judah 37. Music note 38. At the pres ent time 39. Doctor’s assistant 41. A twin crystal 43. Wise men 44. Touches end to end 45. Lake (Scot.) 46. Sailors DOWN 1. Not fresh 2. Junto 3. Past 4. Thrice (mus.) 5. A cupboard 6. Any split pulse 7. Chills and fever 8. To misname 9. Bang 11. Like a chunk 15. Beard of rye 18. Larvae of eye-thread worm 19. Nocturnal bird 22. Young horse 23. Mulberry 24. Natives of Rome 25. Strange 26. Ruthenium (Sym.) 27. June-bug 29. Prosecute judicially 31. Renewed in vigor 32. Become liable to 33. Units of electromo tive force 34. Female sheep 36. A constel lation 40. Dry, as wine 41. Cushion 42. Sleeveless garment ■ 7-j Yesterday’* Answer CRYPTOQUOTE—A cryptogram quotation OKNYC PNH WA NUU DCK HFCVH! DCNSCA WA DCK C Z C! — TWUFXA. Yesterday’s Cryptoquoto: MESSMATES, HEAR A BROTHER 6AILOR SING THE DANGERS OF THE SEA—STEVENS. Distributed by King Features Syndicate. Ine. husband as soon as condition* permit. BURNEY AT LEGION FAIR BLUFF, July 1—Judge John J. Burney and District Solicitor Clifton Moore were present Tuesday night when the American Legion and their wives entertained a number of people at a fish fry at the American Legion Hut, on River Side. At this time, Judge Burney spoke to the group — telling some of the things the Ameri can Legion has done in the past and the important role it is to play during the post-war period. Venus, when closets to the earth, is 26.000,000 miles distant. ORDER OF THE DAY Pepsi-Cola Company, Franchised Bottler: PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. OF WILMINGTON SEE KAMER AND SEE BETTER Eyes Examined, Glasses Fitted DR. W. A. KAMER Optometrist Bulluck Building tOUDAOtf *ATE* Drinks have more life with PIN-POINT CARBONATION Here’s the difference be tween Canada Dry Water and ordinary club sodas ... carbonated tap waters: • Pin-Point Carbonation— longer lasting liveliness. • Exclusive Formula points up the flavor of any drink. • Special Processing—water is multi-filtered and specially treated to assure purity, bal ance and clarity. • Superior Quality in every bottle, the world over. Big Bottle 150 Plus deposit TODAY’S VETERAN The local veteran who is seeking a local job today is single, age 22, and has just been released after 47 months in the United States Ma rine Corps. While in the service he served as cook for the general of his Army. Prior to entering the service the veteran had three years of high s™°* study, after which he serv ed for one year as a service sta tion attendant. - He wants a job as cook, and local employes with jobs of this type have been asked to contact Graham K. Cottingham, veteran’s representative, U. S. Employment offices. CYCLE TIPPLER FINED elyria, o. up) — it cost John Tatara $15 to find out that when the law prohibits operating a vehi cle while intoxicated, it means any kind of vehicle. Tatara was arrested by a state highway patrolman for riding his bicycle down a country road while under the influence of liquor. The law specified a $200 fine, but Judge C. C. Lord said he would take the type of vehicle into consideration. Mars has an atmosphere, but it does not contain enough oxygen to allow a man to breathe. STRAW HATS AND PANAMAS Gibson's Haberdashery North Front Street We Have MOVED From 8 Princess 8t. to 110 N. WATER ST. SOUTHERN ROOFING — SIDING CO. Dial 6288 BUNK BEDS Guard Rail Made of clear grained Doug las fir. Includes two beds, guard rail and ladder. Can be used as twin beds. Takes standard size springs and mattress. LAWN CHAIR Tubular Frame The pleasant spring in the tubular frame, the roomy wood flat back and seat in red will be a joy on your lawn or porch. Rollaway Bed 28-98 Steel spring comfortable 30 lb. cotton felt mat tress. Folds com pactly. 39” wide. Unpainted CORNEB CABINET 21.98 MOUS \ DAVENO BED 15.50 Down s 71 Balance Monthlv AH» /fl aw a-v j "■skt** * | /J.-30 i -ii iin u— v--m->ai!iiK-:imi-.:^ THRIFTY SHOPPER: Did you say a child can convert it to « bed? SEARS SALESMAN: It’s the fool-proOf click hinge that mokes tit so easy. It’s a really comfortable bed without center sepo [ration and center hardness. A TWIST OF THi WRIST .^l.ilT’S A IIDI Cramped for slefpinf Space? Add a room fori two with o Daveno-Bed; put a distinctive new sofa in your home at the same time. The utility of two pieces for natch less than the usual price of one sofa. Wine or medium blue coverings^ walnut finished orm pdnels. HARDWOOD PORCH SWING S *7"» Enjoy summer evenings in outdoor comfort in this smoothly swinging swing. Comfortable slat wood back and seat. Sturdily constructed of hardwood natural finish. Complete with chains. YACHT CHAIR Heavy Canvas Several of these make • vaca tion spot of your own yard! Multi-color canvas. Varnished hardwood frame, folds Tor easy moving or storing. J. C. Higgins Mohawk Low Priced Sturdy multiple laminated frame. Reinforced overlay at throat f°P gives additional strength. Fine quality silk strings. Lively Balls 3 For 1.39 For table tennis, roundness and Matched for weight. Packed 12 to the box. SUN GLASSES Were 1.98 Inexpensive. A must for eye protection on your vacation. Sturdy, spectacle-type plastic frame. Large tear-drop Ceru lite lens. Rubber Swim Fins 6-98 Increase swim ming speed up to 30 per cent. Fine for beginners or experts. In 4 sizes. Black. DINNERWARE SET 6-98 "Four-times-selected” American semi - porcelain . . The wide ivory rim and 22k gold decora tion frame the colorful floral spray elegantly. Service for six. fey-w-...., " •-[- i — M , 9-Gal. Garbage Can 1.49 Heavy steel gar bage can. Sturdy corrugated sides. Bail handle. Tight fitting cov er. Grey enamel ed. BROILER CANKER Galvanized Galvanized sheet steel oanner. Used for canning as well as a wash boiler. Complete with # jar canning rack. Quick Can Sealer 10-98 Quick! Easy to use! Dial tails when can is seal ed. For Nos. 1, 2, 2 1-2, and 3 cans. SEARS WILL REMAIN OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY I _ _ _ - I STORE HOURS—DAILY 9 TO 5:30—SAT. 9 TO 6 P. M.