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THURSDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 4, 1952
Board Disagrees ,
So Taxes Not Cut
Revision of the town budget by
City Manager A. B. Uzzle, Jr., re
sulted in the' paring off of a total
of $7,682, but half the member of
the board, plus Mayor Ralph E.
Hanna decided that this was not
enough to warrant a reduction in
tax rate.
Each item in the budget, all of
which had come under discussion
at the meeting when the budget was
tentatively approved, were re-ex
amined and each department cut
as much as possible. Salary increas
es. however, added to the street
maintenance, sanitation, street
cleaning and cemetery budgets,
however, wiped out some of the
gains.
Elimination of a stenographer for
Ahe City Manager’s office, cut the
government budget from $18,680 to
$16,580. The City Clerk’s office bud
get was cut ffom $14,830 to $15,530
In the public works division, the
budget for public was
cut from $16,375 to $8,875 but this
was nearly offset by increases from
$31,075 to $31,500 in street main
tenance: $23,815 to $25,958 in sani
tation: $7,220 to $7,864 in street
cleaning; and $9.615 to $9,371 in
cemeteries. The overall public works
f idget was cut from $136,295 to
122.453.
The resulting savings cut the
general fund budget from $23,4,650
to $228,408, with a net saving of
$6,242. An additional savings of
$1,440 was made in the filtration
plant budget, making the total
$7,682.
On the basis of tl\is saving, com
missioners L. L. Coats and R. J.
WEDNESDAY—THURSDAY
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*A Paramount Picture
CARTOON - ' 'i
Shows start at dusk.
Two shows each night.
All children in cars undei
12 tree.
*STEW A R T °
Thursday & Friday
Z BARBARA STANWYCK
<> PAUL DOUGLAS
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- “CLASH BY NIGHT” j
] J also
, | News Cartoon [
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J J Thursday & Friday
«. ! FAY WRAY
.1 ’ BRUCE CABOT
; ’ “KING KONG”
< , also
J; Latest News
; h ~—HARNETT ”f
4 ’ j Thursday
J ’ (Double Feature)
<. I ERROL FLYNN
j; [“ROCKY MOUNTAIN”
< > and
! ANN JEFFREYS
\! “DILLINGER”
Color Cartoon
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STARTS SATURDAY
9T TECHMCOLOR
STEWART t o h u e „„ at n r c e
REGULAR ADMISSION
Tart proposed a tax cut Os five
cents. Commissioners B. A. Bracey
and J. V. Bass proposed that the
budget be accepted as corrected,
but the tax rate remain ’’as is."
Mayor Ralph E. Hanna cast the
deciding vote in favor of the lat
ter proposal.
Rand Burial To Be
At Bunnlevel
James Hall Rand, 61, of Reids
ville, Route 3, died about midnight
Monday. Dr. F. M. Cummings,
Rockingham County coroner, said
he died of a heart attack. He was
a native of Goldsboro, son of Oscar
R. and Olivia Hall Rand.
He was a graduate of the
University of North Carolina and
taught school several years in Har
nett, Wake and Johnston coun
ties. He moved to Reidsville from
Raleigh in 1931. He was associated
with U. S. Customs Service and the
American Tobacco Company at the
time of his death. Surviving are
his wife, the former Allene Parker
of Harnett County; one son, Pfc.
Cecil Rand of Fort Bragg Hospital,
a returnee from Korea; two daugh
ters, Jean Evelyn and Carol Ann,
both of the home; three brothers,
Col. O. R. Rand of Washington,
D. C., Walter Rand of Casper,
Wyo., and Oliver G. Rand of Wil
son. Funeral services will be held
at 10:30 a. m. Thursday at Main
Street Methodist Church in Reids
ville. The body will be taken to
Bunnlevel Cemetery near Fayette
ville, W’here brief graveside ser
vices will be held at 2:30.
Mr. Thomas Is
Buried Today
William Neal Thomas, 71 re
tired sawmill operator, was found
dead at his home Tuesday morn
ing. Funeral services were held
Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 at
the Miller Funeral Home chapel
in Sanford. Burial was in Broad
way cemetery. He was the son of
the late Grissom Thomas and Cor
nelia Clark. Surviving are his wife,
the former Lula Truelove; tw’o
spns, William M. Jr. of Sanford.
Route 2, and Charles S. Thomas of
the home ; three daughters, Mrs.
Ruby Yeats of Buckroe Beach, Va„
Mrs. Audrey Ennis of Coats and
Peerless Theatre
Erwin, N. C.
THURSDAY FRIDAY
A New Kind Os Love Story
with
JOAN FONTAINE
and
RAY MILLAND
"Something To
Live For"
LILLINGTON
THEATRE
THURSDAY FRIDAY
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Plus
Color Cartoon
DAILY CROSSWORD
DOWN
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2. Beard of rye :
3. Coin money :
4. Folded into
pleats
5. Avaricious- :
ness
6. White with
age
7. Free from
uncertainty
8. Indian tent
(var.)
11. Elliptical
13, Mix
18. Bone (anat.)
ACROSS
1. Sloping
roadway
5. A defile
(Ind.)
9. External
seed coating
10. Flower
11. Sheeplike
12. Relieves
14. Long view
15. Burst forth,
as a volcano
16. Emmet
17. Old measure :
for wool
19. Coin (Braz.) :
20. Departs
22. Eye slyly
23. Fish
24. Exclamation
25. Edible
mollusk
28. In the direc
tion of
32. Youth
33. River
(Chin.)
34. Female
ruff
35. Ascended
37. Form
39. A king
of Crete
(Gr. myth.)
40. Edible
rootstocks
41. Military
assistant
42. Guido’s high
est note
(poss.)
43. Former Rus
sian ruler
44. To be exces
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DAILY CRYPTOQUOTE— Here’s how to work it:
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AXYDLBAAXR
One letter simply stands for another. In this example A is used
for the three L’s, X for the two O’s, etc. Single letters, apos
trophies, the length and formation of the words are all hints.
Each day the code letters are different.
A Cryptogram Quotation
THPG. SEGG KC KUE, KN CUYLN
HS LBIKV NUGC, CAEGKMC LUC
TUYLN RUVYC, KVM UV K IHIGVN
ST U G C—A HAG. ,
Yesterday’s Cryptoquote: SENT BEFORE MY TIME INTO
THIS BREATHING WORLD, SCARCE HALF MADE UP—.l
SHAKESPEARE. [
Non-Sked Flights
Are Being Probed
WASHINGTON, (IP)—'The
day started a marathon inve
to decide the future of nonsc
Promising to run for many
months and involve scheduled and
non-scheduled lines in a slugging
match before examiners Ralph L.
Wiser and Richard A. Walsh, the
inquiry will proceed to Miami, Los
Angeles, and Seattle after more
than three dozen parties have been
heard here,
The nonskeds, which run pre
dominantly between large traffic
centers in the East and West, were
battling for their existence.’ The
scheduled airlines were trying to
prove that the relative newcomers
are not needed and do more harm
than good.
The nonskeds contend they have
stimulated low-fare air coach serv
ice and described themselves as
“independents” by which they
mean they carry no mail and thus
j receive no subsidy.
The scheduled lines marshalled
i for the hearings volumes of statis
tics intended to disprove claims
that they ignore the lower income
traveler and receive heavy subsi
i dies.•
THREE TIMES AS MUCH
American Airlines, the largest air
passenger carrier in the world, for
example, said scheduled airlines to
j day provide three times as much
| low-fare coach service as nonskeds.
|lt said major airlines “are now
i non-subsidized and self-sufficient.”
I It meant they are paid for carrying
I mail at what the CAB regards as
j a subsidy-free rate. About 90 per
! cent of the air mail moves at such
rates, American said.
At the side of the scheduled lines
were a number of Better Business j
Bureaus with complaints about the
nonskeds’ service. The Chicago bn- j
reau was in with a 61-page docu- j
ment containing complaints from j
Mrs. Thelma Campbell of Dunn; |
four brothers, Lacy, O. C„ Arthur j
and Charles Thomas, all of Lill- :
ington; one sister, Mrs. A. M. Wad- |
dell of Lillington.
MOUNTAIN RIDGE §
STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY J|§L
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4 Year. Old. 86 Proof. v
GOODERHAM & WORTS, LTD., PEORIA, ILLINOIS
ON SALE AT N. C. ABC STORES
THE DAILY RELinvu. iIUNN. N. C.
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Yesterday's Answer
36. Sodium
carbonate
38. A circle of
light
21. Vigor
22. Humble
24. Lifted
25. Edible
mollusk
26. A lasso
27. A beautiful
young man
28. Tellurium
(sym.)
29. Biblical
mount
30. Rest
31. Scotch river
(poss.)
33. River
) (Ger.)
3 Civil Aeronautics Board to
estigation that was expected
icheduled airlines.
travelers or would-be travelers who
said they were unable to get re
funds, had been stranded, or were
otherwise mistreated by nonskeds.
To answer complaints like those,
the nonskeds were expected to out
line recently begun efforts at self
policing.
The CAB said its inquiry sought
answers to questions like these:
1. Is there a need for nonsche
duled transport companies to sup
plement scheduled air carriers?
2. If so, what restrictions should
there be as to frequency of flights
between various cities, types of
cargo carried, fares, and “charac
ter of obligations to the public?”
3. How would these services af
fect scheduled operations economi
cally? How much business would
they divert from scheduled lines on
the “most profitable” long - haul
routes?
One of the scheduled lines' loud-
I est complaints has been that non
skeds select only the most lucra
tive routes and then fly them regu
larly in alleged violation of CAB
regulations.
STAR-VUE
DRIVE-IN*
BENSON, N. C.
HIGHWAY 301 NORTH
THURSDAY & FRIDAY
Damon Runyon's
"The Lemon
| Drop Kid"
starring
1 Bob Hope - Marilyn Maxwell
Lloyd Nolan - Jane Darwell
also
1., News Color Cartoon
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