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CITY TO BENEFIT
BY ICC RULING
Rate Of Intercoastal Water
Carriers To Increase
25 Per Cent
Wilmington will be greatly bene
fited by the new Intercoastal wa
ter carriers and trans-continental
railroads.
That was the comment yester
day of both J. T. Hiers, secretary
of the Wilmington Port commis
sion and Henry C. Boyd, Sr., traf
fic manager for the city of Wil
mington.
The statements came as the
city’s municipal government took
ever the Wilmington Port-Traffic
association, previously operated as
t separate agent.
Boyd became traffic manager
0f the city instead of his late post
of hanager of the Port-Traffic
group. However, quarters for the
traffic manager and his office still
remain in the Woodrow Wilson,
iv t. The taking over the agency
n-as decided by the city last sum
mer.
Hiers attended the recent Wash
For Your
Entertainment
For
|th Of July Week
LUNINA
Presents
DAVE HOWARD
and His Dance Orchestra
THURSDAY NIGHT
JULY 3RD.
DANCE FROM 0-1
FRIDAY AFTERNOON
JULY 4TH.
DANCE FROM
2:30 - 4:30
FRIDAY NIGHT
JULY 4TH
AMERICAN
LEGION
DANCE 9—1
SATURDAY NIGHT
JULY 5TH.
DANCE FROM
9 — 1
ington hearing making the 26 per
cent rate legal. The rate becomes
effective within 20 days following
publication.
Previous to the action increasing
the rate, steamship companies
contended they were losing money
because their rates were so low.
Both Boyd and Hiers declared
that some steamship companies
have signified their intentions of
sharply increasing the shipping in
the Wilmington port from the
standpont of tonnage.
OUTER BANKS TO GET
MORE CONVENIENCES
RALEIGH, July 1—(JPI —Modern
conveniences are coming to North
Carolina’s outer banks in a hurry
these days.
The state highway commission
several weeks ago awarded con
tract for construction of a 17-mile
stretch of hignway on isolated
Hatteras. Now it s electricity.
L. E. Wooten, consulting engi
ner, announced today that the
Hatteras Electric Membership
corporation would open bids here
tomorrow on the construction of
an electric generating plant to be
built at Buxton and that in a few
weeks it will receive bids on the
building of 43 miles of distribu
DKIVE intheatre
Midway between Wilmington
and Carolina Bench
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ROBERT Thru
TAYLOR Wed.
—in— •
Wnktmmmm a universal re-release
-with- P1 _
IRENE Cartoson
DUNNE News
OPEN 10:45 A. M. DAILY!
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FORTY AND EIGHT—Here are the new officers of the 40 et 8| who were inducted into office last night at the Legion home. They
are, left to right, D R. Langley, publicat; Martin Flanagan, chef de t- ain; Mike Leon, commissar intendent; William K Rhodes, Jr., chof de
gare; Louis Vowell. cheminot loco. Second row, left to right; Carl Seymour, aumonier; Vance Smith, cheminot loco; Lawrence Eva >-tte,
crrespondent; W. K. Stewart, cheminot loco. __,_ _
FARMERS TOLD GUANO
PRODUCTION FOR NEXT
YEAR NOW BRIGHTER
—— i
RALEIGH, July 1—UP)—Increas-:
ed fertilizer production next year)
was prediced at a meeting here
today of farmers and fertilizer
manufacturers at which adoption
of a list of 25 grades of mixed
fertilizers for sale in the state
was recommended.
Only two changes were made
from the grade list in effect last
year — the group recommended
that a new grade, 10-6-4. be add
ed and that it be submitted to the
state board of agriculture for ap
proval, and pending action by the
board the old list will be in effect.
At the meeting, which was at
tended by about 100 persons, B.
tion lines which will stretch near
ly the length of the island.
At present there is a small pow
er plant at Hatteras which serves
only the village of Hatteras, Woot
en said.
The new power system will
serve the villages of Frisco, Bux
ton, Avon. Salvo, Waves and Ro
danthe and has a total of 350 pros
pective customers.
It will be financed by a loan
of $141,000 obtained from the fed
eral rural electrification adminis
tration with the assistance of the
N. C. Rural Electrification author
ity^___
3-BIG D» VS THUR. • FRI. • SAT.!
YBUK5 t)lh A HAPPY JULY 4TH
HOLIDAY — WITH "FIREWORKS" GALORE!
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THRILLING!...SPECTACULAR!
... ROMANTIC L*
DANA ANDREWS
AS THE FIGHTING, LOVING
kADVENTURER WHO CONQUERED
| THE WEST! -«
' JON HALL • LYNN BARI • DANA ANDREWS
\WARD BOND • HAROLD HUBER • C. HENRY GORDON
k * Directed by GEORGE B SEITZ • Original Screen play by GEORGE BRUCE
eased thru Producers Releasing Corp.
v r . COLOR CARTOON AND NEWS!
\^L Ml Miim! THEATRE OPENS 10:45 A. M, DAILY! _
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3. Coltranc, assistant commission -1
er of agriculture, reported that;
_.'orth Carolina farmers bought a|
record amount of fertilizer in the
liscal year that ended June 30,
some 1,667,820 tons compared with
1,544,780 the previous year.
W. F. Watkins of She fertilizer
division of the production ’and
marketing administration told the
group that the outlook indicated
increased supplies next year of
he vital ingredients of fertilizer—
nitrogen, potash, soluble phos
phates, and sulphuric acid.
Ke said that more fertilizer
plan.s and plant equipment are
needed and that the industry also
needs a year-round prograrp of
production and distribution to sup
ply the 16.000,000 to 17,000,000 tons
of fertilizer farmers need.
NEGRO DISMISSED IN
ON WEAPON CHARGE
Cecil Loveless, 20, obtained dis
missal of a charge of carrying a
concealed weapon against him
when he agreed to surrender the
gun to police, yesterday in Re
corder’s court.
Police testified they arrested
him at Front and Orange Streets
and found a pistol with the cham
ber removed in one pocket of his
trousers and shells and the cham
ber in another pocket.
Loveless declared he was on his
way to a store to have tin weapon
repaired although it was 6 p.m.
“He once gave me 60 cents,”
Maggie McKoy, 16, Negress, told
the court in response to a ques
tion how much William Henry
Williams, 20, Negro, had given her
for the support of their two-year
old child. Williams was charged
w-ith non-support of the baby.
Judge Winfield Smith continued
the case for investigation.
EXAMINERS SCHOOL
RALEIGH, July 1—(A1)—A school
for drivers’ license examiners
opened today at Chapel Hill, with
53 prospective examiners of the
state department of motor ve
hicles in attendance.
Classes began Tuesday and will
be completed on July 10.
The students, lyoon completion
of the course, will bring the total
number of license examiners to
100.
VEsnm*
A Miracle Of Enter
tainment!
Maureen
O'Hara
John Payne
"MIRACLE ON
34TH STREET"
1:15 -
- 7:00
>:0C
GUARANTEED!
The Happiest Movie
Ever Filmed!
“IT HAPPENED
ON 5TH AVE.”
With
Don DeFore
Victor Moore
SHOWS: 12:40 - 2:25
4:40-6:50-9:00 .
Bailey Prices
amily Jflc ^us
Joan Crawford
John Garfield
—In—
"Humoresque"
. —Added— ^
ffilV Cdor CartoonV^
Pius Tax
BOB STEELE
'Colorado Kid"
—Extra—
First Chapter
'Trimsrn
5v Ghosf" yd
ATTEND BAILEY
Midnight Show—Thurs.
CITY AND COUNTY
ENTER NEW YEAR
Opposition To Raising Tax
Rate Develop ng Despite
Possible Deficit
.The 1947-48 fiscal year for both
Kew Hanover county and the
municipal government of the city
was ushered in yesterday with
some ramifications to be un
wound and some problems to be
worked out by both the commis
sioners and the council.
Received by the city was a
check for $50,000 representing the
municipal government’s share in
ABC store receipts for the fiscal
year just endingi Total receipts for
the year were $250,000.
The city paid off $11,000 in bonds
and $37,675 in interest. The county
retired $33,000 in bonds and $14,526
in interest. The annual audit for
the city was begun by J. B. Mc
Cabe at a cost of $2,500 and the
county’s audit, costing $1,500, was
commenced by Edward C. Craft.
Prospects are that the county
will finish the year with a slight
surplus. But city fathers, princi
pally due to smaller than antici
pated ABC store payments, are
expected to come under the line
with a small deficit.
Future tax increases for the
city seem probable although the
county is expected to go along
with its present rate.
However, considerable opposition
to increasing the tax rate by the
council is developing. Realtors
have advised council members
they will protest any effort to
raise the levy.
BUSINESS HOUSES HERE
TO RETURN TO NORMAL
HOURS ON SATURDAY
Business establishments of the
city will function as usual this
Saturday after a holiday on Fri
day, July 4.
City and county offices will also
be closed Friday but will observe
the usual Saturday hours.
Any closing of county offices
Saturday, giving employes a long
three-day holiday, went glimmer
ing yesterday when the New Han
over county board of commission
ers failed to take action.
The city council at its weekly
meeting today is expected to fol
low suit.
State employes, however, will
leceive a three-day week-end holi
day. Stores today will not close
in the afternoon as is the custom
on Wednesdays during the sum
mer.
NIEMAN FELLOWSHIP
WINNERS
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., July 1 —
(/P)—A group of 11 news writers, in
cluding one Associated Press re
porter, were announced today as
winners of Nieman Fellowships
for one year of study at Harvard
University,
N. C. POSTMASTERS
WASHINGTON, July 1.—OT—
Senator Umstead (D-NC), member
of the Senate Civil Service com
mittee, said the committee today
approved the 13 nominations for
postmasters in North Carolina.
YADKIN RIVER
WASHINGTON, July 1.—(A>)—
Rep. Deane (D-NC) today urged
congress to maks a start “to bot
tle up the Yadkin river of North
Carolina” by providing an ap
propriation to plan flood control
along the river valley.
Phosphorus and potash become
important in promoting better
clover stands an^ higher yields
after the application of limestone.
Merry
MIDNIGHT
SHOW
Tomorrow Nighi
11:30 O’CLOCK!
Featuring Special
Preview Showing of
"THE THOUBLE
WITH WOMEN"
Laugh Riot - Starring
RAT MILLAND
TERESA WRIGHT
RRIAN DONIEVY
All Seats 50c (Inc. Tax)
TICKETS NOW ON SALE!
BURGLARY CHARGE
GASTONIA, July 1 —(U.R)— A
young woman’s terrified screams
when she awoke and found a man
in her bed led to a burglary charge
today against 23-year-old Virgil
Jackson.
NEW HANOVER GLADS
FOP TAR HEEL GIRLS
IN NATION’S CAPITOL
WASHINGTON, July 1—Nort
Caroling girls at the crapitol today
receivetf. bouquets of home-grown
gladioli.
Rep. Clark (D-NC) gathered
pretty Tar Heel girls from every
office in the national capitol to
give them 40 dozen gladioli,
brought to Wasnington by their
grower, Heidi rrask, Jr., of New
Hanover county.
A ipeclal soap has been create ;
for automatic washing machines
in hard water regions.?
I 1 < II
Don’t Suffer Another Minute
Are you tormented with itching of «c
zema, psoriasis, rashes, rough hands or
face, athlete’s foot, eruptions, rectal
itching or other externally crused skin
troubles? For quick relief and good re
sults use VICTORY OINTMENT, de
veloped for the boys in the army now
for the folks back home. White, grease
less, antiseptic. Safe for babies or
children. A name you cannot forget.
VICTORY OINTMENT. Jars and Tubes.
Sold by Saunders. Greens, Toms,
j Lanes Jarmans Drug Stores, or your
hometown druggist.
LIN-X^WAX
Most home accidents are caused by
falls. Lin-x, the ANTI-SLIP wax,
bears the seal of the Underwriters'
Laboratories, Inc, as an anti-slip)
floor treatment Just wipe it on—/
Lin-x is easy to apply—quick to
dry! It beautifies and protects your
linoleum and wood floors.
MtODUCT Of SHERWIN-WllllAMS RESEAKK
—1 —- ~~_
SOLD AT DRUG, GROCERY, HARDWARE,
MINT, VARIETY, AND DEPARTMENT STORES
rm SHBRwm.wiujAMs co. Sa^°.,"'rS
Phone No. 1609-J.
SPECIAL SALE
SELECTED NUMBERS AND DESIGNS
Summer Costume (Jewelery
$1.00 to $1.98
Values
• EARRINGS
• BROOCHES
• CHATELAINES
• BRACELETS
Now is the time to buy your bright, sparkling summer
Costume Jewelry. We have two full tables of lovel" ear
rings, bracelets, chatelaines and brooches that we’ve
gathered together for this special sale. Every one of these
beautiful pieces have been reduced almost 1-2 or more
Come in and get yours now and add that final touch to
your summer ensembles.
The Trend In Summer Hosiery Is To...
“Dark Shades
Dark Hosiery Shades Are Now Considered A Musi By Well
Dressed Women
BERKSHIRE FLATTERNIT
Sheer 51 gauge—20 denier Lovely sheer 15 denier
nylons In "smoky wisp" Flatternit nylons jn burnt
shade. Size* 8 12 to 10 1-2. sand^ shade. Sizes 8 1-2 to
SI.70 Pr. $2.25 Pr.
ARCHER CANNON
“Brown Sugar”, the smart Cannon "gray mist” are a
summer shade of Archer 51 lovely summer shade of 51
gauge, 15 denier nylons. gauge—15 denier nylons.
Size* 8 1-2 to 10 1-2. Sizes 8 1-2 to 10.
$2.25 Pr.$1-95 Pr. ,
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*
Belk's l
Summer
Hosiery
Fashions
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Colorful
TIES and SCARFS
... For Beach Occassions
Look your loveliest on the
beach or lounging at home.
Flattering, colorful ties and
scarfs are the perfect extras to
your sports ensemble. Solid col
ors, plaids and polka dots to
choose from.
SCARFS
$1.00
TIES
59°-69°
A riot of spring posies growing brightly
on squares of fine cotton ... framed in
borders of vivid color. The added touch j
of hand-rolled hems.
Look for the BURMEL labels
50C
OPEN ALL DAY TODAY — CLOSED FRIDAY - JULY 4TH.
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