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m [BOARD RACES
PLANNED SUNDAY
ftaccamaw Events To Be
gi„ At 2:30 O'clock;
20 Boats Enter
.-hiTEVILLE. July 11—Officials
, ,.f vVaccamaw Boating club an
^,:;,rpd today that an outboard
n0\orbo2t race will be held at
Waccamaw on Sunday after
at 2:30 with approximately
"°°hoa;s entering. Judges for the
20 ,V1U be C. Stophel, David
Sfgrd and Fred Goldston, all
rorn'.v.r it in boating circles here.
T'ne j-aces will be for class C
. c Restricted Run-abcuts anu
s.e‘ - . class D if the entries
*’cess*;'“te such a division. The
urting point' will be between
tt-eavtf's Pier and Goldston’s ho
■ featuring a three lap race in
'o deals. In the boating circle
!*„2ua..c the event is classed as
••bayard race.” Following the
race a '-free-for-all” event
0‘l.,e held for all contestants
wishing to enter.
The following men have sent in
■ e.‘r en:ry blanks to date: Monk
Avant, Herbert McGirt, Rome Lyt
Buster Green, Gene Cook
j Frank Gault. Other entrants
rus; see David Bullard, C. Stophel
„r Fred Golston for entry slip's.
domestic bound over
TO SUPERIOR COURT
ON THEFT CHARGES
Verdcll Key, 18, Negress domes
a« in the home of a Wrightsville
family, yesterday was bound over
» Superior Court on a charge of
larceny and receiving.
Appearing in Recirder’s court,
she entered a plea of not guilty.
Her bond was set at $750 after De
fense Attorney Aaron Goldoerg
t0id the court that the jewelry
police alleged she stole from her
employer, had been recovered.
The "girl was arrested Thursday
at Wrightsville by Police Chief W
S. Wiggs who appeared in court
yesterday. No testimoney was
taken.
The defense attorney related to
the court that the girl took rings
valued at about $2,000 from
bureaus in the home of Mrs. B. C.
Moore, 10 Oceanic avenue, where
she had worked for three days.
A cash bond was put up for the
girl by her father.
FINES, FORFEITURES
FOR FAST DRIVERS
Four more traffic violation cases
pooped up in Recorder’s court
yesterday with the result that fines
tod bond forfeitures were the
order of the day.
Charged with speeding were
George Pleasant of Greensboro
ind Thomas W. Powell of Dur
ham. Both were handed $10 fines.
Herbert F. Jarvis forfeited a $50
bond on a like charge. A capias
was ordered for his apprehension.
, James A. Graham Negro taxi
tab driver, drew a $10 fine for
operating with improper brakes.
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EXCHANGE CLUB HEARS
REPORT ON BENEFIT
FOOTBALL GAME PLANS
^ ful1 report on plans for the
Wilmington Exchange club to spon
sor a benefit football game for
cripple children to be staged at
the American Legion stadium this
fall, were detailed at the clubs
regular meeting in the Civic dub
loom of the Friendly cafeteria
yesterday afternoon by Leo Sykes,
as they were submitted to other
Exchange clubs throughout the
state.
The club voted 0n a substantial
sum to carry on the project for
acquiring valuable lands in west
ern and eastern North Carolina to
be used in sponsoring the cripple
children’s home.
Charles Lowrimore was instruct
ed to draw up a resolution asking
CAB's approval of National Air
lines petition to give direct ser
vice between Wilmington and
Washington, D. C.
The Rev. Guy C. Moore, pastor
of the . Southside Baptist church,
was inducted into the membership
of the club by R. A. Dunlea, past
president.
Larry O’Neill of Burlington was
a guest of the club.
CAROLINA BEACH
REPORTS SURPLUS
Ends Fiscal Year With
$2,377.65 On “Blue”
Side Of Ledger
CAROLINA BEACH, July 11—
The town of Carolina Beach end
ed its 1946-47 fiscal year with a
surplus of $2,377.65, according to
an auditorial analysis of expendi
tures and receipts made public
today by Mrs. Alice Strickland,
town clerk.
Actual expenditures for the year
were $63,518.78 in general funds and
$40,891.53 in water funds, a total
of $104,410.31, as against budget
appropriations of $59,502.50 for
general funds and $27,759.00 for
water funds, a total of $87,261.50.
General funds revenues totalled
$56,069.56 and water fund revenues
$28,017.07, a total of $84,086.63,
compared to an estimated general
fund collections of $59,502.50 and
water fund collections of $27,759.00,
a total of $87,261.50, the same as
the budget.
Although a deficit of $20,323.08
would be indicated based on the
difference between expenses and
collections, the town actually end
ed this year with a $2,377.65 sur
plus, as S8.082.80 in general fund
surplus and $2,184 in water fund
surplus were carried over from
the preceeding fiscal year and ap
plied against expenses. In addition
a $12,434.53 unearned credit in
water rents further offsets the fig
ure.
The budget set up $2,000 for
materials and supplies in the water
department, but $15,154.99 was
spent for installation of r.ew met
ers.
Charles Frederick Worth, famed
Parisian dressmaker, was an En
glishman by birth and established
his salon through the patronage
of the Empress Eugenie.
Two Fair Bluff Girls
Win State Doll Contest
FAIR BLUFF. July 11 — Two
Fair Bluff girls have won ttys state
first prizes in the ran-American
Doll contest, it was announced
here by the American Legion
Auxiliary of Fair Bluff, sponsors
of the local contest.
The girls, Miss Anne Turner and
Miss Annie Catherine Vance, chose
Columbus as their subjects and
the papers were sent in with the
dolls to the State Headquarters
where the semi-final judging was
handled. Miss Turner won first
prize in Class B and Miss Vance
in Class A.
The girls’ dolls and papers will
go into National Headquarters for
the final judging in the nation
wide contest.
Miss Turner is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Turner of Fair
Bluff and Miss Vance is the daugh
ter of Mrs. Jimmie Vance of the
same town.
REALTY TRANSFERS
Maggie Loftin to Mack Bell,
Tot 9, block 6, Victory Garden
Estates.
Robert Z. Johnson to L. Netreba,
lots 15 and 16, block 57, Carolina
Beach.
Erwin T. Cavanaugh to Ray Tay
lor, lot 7, block A, Sunset Hills.
Meares Harriss Jr., to J. F. Zel
lers, part lot 3 and 4, Lake View.
M. L. Huggins to John D. Ward,
lot 14, Elm Grove Farms.
Silas Sneeden to James Nesbitt,
5.6 acres, Cape Fear township.
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