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New Plant Awaits
Full Bond Payment
a I Developers said Tuesday no
further steps can be taken to
ward beginning construction
on a 170,000 square foot build
ing for Nu-ldca Furniture Co.
until all bond subscribers have
paid their pledges in full.
"We can't even accept the
$3β8.000.00 loan from the
Small Business Administra
tion until we can show depos
its totalling $92,000 in the
bank." Ε. E. Prince, president
of LIDI and Chairman of the
Board of Directors said.
Letters were sent out late
last week to all subscribers
who had not paid in full and,
generally, the response was
good, but there still remained
a goodly portion of the bonds
not paid for Tuesday after
noon.
"We are ready to purchase
the land and give the con
tractor official notification tu
proceed," Mr. Prince sairl,
"just as soon as we can show
total deposits of $92,000.
"Speed is of the essence,"
he said, "because we under
stand the lease which Nu-Idea
has on its present temporary
quarters expires July 1 and
we will have to strain every
nerve to get the new structure
complete by that time, even il
we start immediately."
The new building, to cover
some 170,000 square feet of
manufacturing space, will cost
some $460.000.00. Nu-Idea
Furniture Co. has purchased
25'* of the bonds being sold
to financc the Loris Industri
al Developers Inc. local parti
cipation in the construction.
Bookmoblie
Schedule
April 4
Finklca — Home of Mrs.
Harvey Fowler, Wilbur Floyd
Grocery
Floyds — Jack Hooks Store
(10:10-10:40)
Welding Court· H*U
At Williams S«koel
WILLIAMS — Members of
the Young rennen Club bof
the Williams Township Com
munity ere now engaged In en
18-hours welding course. Clas
ses were being held each
Tuesday and Thursday nights
at the Williams school agri
culture building with each
session 2 hours in length. V.
R. Burroughs ot Tabor CKy is
the instructor.
It was first decided to hold
class only on Tuesday, but in!
view of the busy farming sea
son approaching, it was deem
ed wise to meet on both Tues
day and Thursday nights.
Classes begin at 8 p. m. and
continue until 10 each of the
two nights.
Since the club regularly
meets on the second Thurs
day night of each month, it
has been decided to skip the
April meeting .
However, the club plans a
tour of the hog farm and ferti
lizer plant at Acme-Delco ior
the May meeting with an tour
to a special point of interest
in June also.
No meetings would then be
held through July and August
-Deaths
Miss Bertha Hewitt
Miss Berth· Hewett, 58.
Tabor City. Route 1, died
Thursday morning, final rites
were held Friday at SAO p. m.
at Clarendon Baptist Church
by the Rev. Bart Lanier, Joe
Stanley and O. Clyde Prince,
with burial in Forest Lawn
Cemetery.
Survivors include two bro
thers. Ruey Hlewett of Tabor
City and Dewey Hewett, also
of Tabor City; and one sister,
Mrs. Lila Η. Harrelson of Ta
bor City .
Active pallbearers were Rob
ert Hewett. Humphrey Hewett.
Willie Hewett, Norman Steph
ens, Grover Hardee, and Dan
ny Piggett.
Jack Culllfer
WHITEVILLE — John Dan·
cey (Jack) Cullifer, 55, retir
ed salesman and farmer of
Whiteville, died at Columbus
County Hospital, Friday at
8:55 a. m.. following a long
illness.
Mr. Cullifer was a native of
Rocky Mount, but had lived
in Whiteville for the past 27
years. He was the husband of
Mrs. Audrey Mae Cullifer,
bookkeeper of The News Re
porteer.
He was employed as a sales
man with Todd Furniture Co.
here for about 18 years until
forced to retire sometime ago
because of failing health. He
also had farming interests
near here.
He was s member of White
ville First Baptist Church.
Final rites were held Satur
day at 4 p. m. from the chap
el of Peacovk Funeral Home
in Whiteville by his pastor,
Dr. Francis Chesson, assisted
by the Rev. Fred McDaniels,
pastor of Westminster Pres
byterian Church. Burial was
in Columus Memorial Park.
Survivors inolude his wife,
Mrs. Audrey Mae Thompson
Cullifer; a daughter, Mrs.
Jackie Cullifer, both of the
home; two brothers. Leslie B.
Cullifer of Charleston, W. Va.
and W. N. Cullifer of Norfolk,
Va., and two sisters. Mrs. H.
H. Jackson. Decatur, Ga., and
Mrs. C. C. Richardson of Rocky
Mount.
Active pallbearers were C.
J. Cook, Thurman Harwood,
Joe Norris, Miles McQueen.
John McNeill and Edwin Todd.
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News
by Dennis Chestnut
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4 upr„;"thfyrt»rnce -
dor «κ S!JCOnd Rrade class, un
Μοκΐ? d,rection °f Mrs. A. la
entitled "wSfn,ed 8 shurt skit
entitled Welcome Sprine" for
£bapel program March 29
is *»· *"*
theaki? Pn"g is here.
who,Fudern 5y th"
Li^aeryD°SSS High Sch«x»
March 22 Th Wa'S or8ani*ed
cons^toH r ["eetm« mostly
consisted of election of the
The "'«cers
ident' Pf"nis Chestnut—Prus
Jfent n2zie TodfJ __
President, Peggy Holt—Seer el
tery, Brenda Wilson -^t
?ΞΞf,ry· Shirley Johnson and
Jaequelyn Strewart -Rep„rt.
lOoWllff "Γ °f ,the C'Ub 3ΓΛ
hi StftP rWard 10 atle»ding
ne State Convention of North
rü!h 8 H"h S^ool Library
Ä " HUUi. High School
Durham. North Carolina. The
club members will also, tour
North Carolina College in
Durham. Dennis Chestnut will
represent the elub by runnTnJ
for State Vi<-e President. Mrs.
Irene Maultsby, school Lib
rarian. is the supervisor.
The Douglass Chapter of the
New Homemakers of America
are celebrating National Νϋ.
A. Week March 31-April I.
On Saturday March 30, 25
Ν. Η. Α .er» along with their
adviser, Miss Everlene Davis
attended the State Convention
which was held at War Mem
orial Auditorium Greensboro,
N. C. There was over 2,000 N.
H. A.'ers at the convention.
One of the outstanding feat
ures of the afternoon session
was the presentation by the
Tuetz Quads. Ν. H. A. Chapt
er members of Caswell Coun
ty Training School Yancey
ville, N. C.
Several of the high school !
boys of our school also went' *
along on the trip and were ;!
guests at the Agricultural and ι
Technical College Greensboro, j!
N. C.
The trip was thrilling as j
well as educational. Everyone;
seemed to enjoy the trip even
our courteous and faithful
bus driver, Mr. Jonathan
House.
Following the convention
Sunday March 31, was the be- |
ginning of National Ν. H. A. ·
Week which will continue thr- I
ough April 6.
Plans for the week are as
follows:
Sunday—All Ν. H. A. girls |
attend church together and <
one of the girls give some re- j
marks in regards to Ν. H. A.
Week.
Monday—N. H.. A.ers issue
roses to faculty members. j
Tuesday — Assist teachers
with classroom instruction.
Wednesday — Present a live 1
radio program at WTAB Tab- ]
or City, N. C. and all N.H.A.
ers wear their organization's (
colors blue and white.
Thursday — Present a live i
radio program at WVOE Chad
bourn, N. C. Also present a ,
social affair demonstrating ;
proper etiquette. I
Friday — Wear organize- j
tion's colors, have lunch to
gether and present chapel pro- '
jram with some of the par- ,
ents.
Saturday — Help aged and
needy people in the commun- .
ity.
Bobbie Carr. President
Gwen Riggines. Secretary
(Miss) E. Davis. Adviser
Never fear spoiling children '
by making them too happy
j Happiness is the atmosphet .·
ι in which all good affectiou 1
grow.
Bethel News
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Mrs. Ada Long was honored I
Saturday night with a surprise
upper at Ella's Restaurant.
Calabash. the occasion being
ler biithday. Helping her cele
brate were: Mr. and Mrs. Bel-1
on Ward. Mrs. Dora Mae
Vard and Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Carroll. She received nice gifts.
HD CLUB
The Bethel Home Demon
stration Club met at the home
>f Mrs. Burton Long Tuesday.
Ära. Johnnie Powell gave the
lemonstration on — How To
Stretch Food Dollars.
Delicious refreshments were
served to nine members.
SUPPER
The regular monthly fellow
ship supper will be served at
he Fellowship Hall of the
Church Friday night. April 5.
Serving wil Ibegin at 6:30. The
>ublic is invited.
BIRTHDAYS
Happy B.rthday to Nell Buff
lin, Laurie Anderson. Doris C.
Sore, Lila Lancaster- and Ada
-ong.
Mrs. Doretha Cox and Mrs.
[ohnnie Powell have returned
tome from Columbus County
hospital. Jacque Gore has re
urned home front Loris Com
nunity Hospital and James
Valker Memorial. Also Kent
jurganus from the latter. !
Teresa Gurganus remains sick
it her home.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Ander
son had a family get-together
Sunday at their home. Enjoy
ng the bountiful meal and fcl
owship were — Mr. and Mrs.
lohn D. Jordan. Pauline. Cart
on and Chris, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Jordan and Tommy of
Turlington, Mr. and Μ i s.
ihone Anderson, Tommy and
texanne of Whiteville. Mr. and
Vlrs. Layton Ross. Sandra and
flank of Eluabethtown. Mrs.
A^adc Fairfax. Nancy and Tim
roy of Cerro Gordo. Mrs.
Doretha Cox and Dianna. Billy
Lewis. Mr. and Mrs." Lloyd
Hinson, Ben, Ronald and
Elaine. Afternoon visitors wet«.
Mrs. Carrie Jacobs and Teal
Ganus and Mr. and Mrs. Kelly
Jacobe of Lor is, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Long
visited Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Ray
of Whiteville Sunday.
The Bethel Community De
velopment Club will meet Wed
nesday night. April 10 at 7:30
p.m. at the Fellowship Hall of
the church. The program will
be on Swine Management.
Guest speaker will be .lack
Kelly, Swine specialist of N. C.
State College. The public is
cordially invited.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ward,
Jr. and Cathy spent Sunday
visiting in Clyinton.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Baldwin.
Jerry and Allyson and Mrs.
Silvan McKee of Whiteville
visited Mrs. Ada Long Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Leamon Stanley
of Charles ι..> : -H Mrs. Ger
trude Suuas and d*.; 'hter of
Loris vi;«. !ut. -turday.
Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Lewis,
Do wHinson. Mr. and Mrs. Dan
Hinson. Danny Rae and M.vra
Dae enjoyed a seafood supper
at Dock Side Restaurant, Cala
bash Thursday night.
Assoc. For Retarded
Children Organized
An initial slate of officers
were named for the newly
organized Columbus County
Association for Retarded Chil
dren at an organization meet
ing held in Whiteville recent
ly.
Officers elected were: Mrs.
Jean Walker of Whiteville,
president: M. R. (Buddy)
Carpenter of Tabor City, vice
president; Mrs. Francis Baro
foot of Whiteville, secretary;
and Mrs. Marion Stevens o£
Whiteville, treasurer.
Mis. Jam- Berryhill of the
New Hanover County chapter
was installation officer.
Charleston Gardens
At Finest Blooming
With tourists teeming the
South Carolina Lowcountry,
Charleston's Famous Gardens,
now at peak perfection, again
are the focal point of interest
to sightseers.
A spokesman for propriet
ors of the three gardens —
Magnolia, Middleton Place and
► Cypress—describes this as the
I finest season for blooms in a
number of years.
WECT — Channel 6 — Wilminaion. N. C.
THURSDAY:
.1:00 Price Is Right
!i:30 Concentration
12:00 1st Impression
/2:30 Truth or Con.
/2:55 News
1:00 Variety S-case
1:30 World Turns
2:00 Merv Griffin
2:55 New?
3:00 Loretta Young
3:30 Dr. Malone
4:00 Match Game
4:25 Νϋ'ΛΊ
4:30 Edge of Night
5:00 Discovery
5:30 Leave to Beaver
6:00 Ben McDonald
6:30 Look at Sports
ί:55 Weather
7:00 Esoo Reporter
7:.· 5 Huntley Brinkly
7:30 My 3 Sons
8:00 Drtina Reed
8:30 Dr. Kildare
9:30 Ha/el
1.0:00 Andy William·
11:00 Weather
11:15 Tonight
miDAY:
11:00 Price is Right
ll:30 Concentration
12:00 Impression
12:30 Truth or Con.
12:55 News
1:00 Variety Show
1:30 World Turns
2:00 Merv Griffin
2:55 News
3:00 Loretta Young
3:30 Dr. Malone
4:00 Match Game
4:25 Nervr.
4:30 Edge of Night
5:00 Discovery 14
5:30 Ossle & Harriett
6:00 Ben McDonald
6:30 Look at Spurts
6:55 Weather
7:00 Esso Reporter
7:15 Huntley Brinldy
7:30 Int. Showtime
8:30 Sing Along
8:30 Rc-scue
10:00 Tele. Hour
li:0Q Weather
11:15 Tonight
SATURDAY:
11:00 Furry
11:30 Magic Midway
12:00 Room for Daddy
12:30 Exploring
1:30 Mr. Wizard
2:00 Ind on Parade
2:15 Basketball
2:30 Atlantic C. Β Β
4:00 Football Hilites
4:30 Bi? Picture
5:00 AU Star Golf
5:30 All in Lifetime
6:00 Country Cousin
6:30 Sports
6:45 News
6:55 Weather
7:00 Tax Debate
7:30 Benedict
8:30 McHale
9:00 Movies
11:00 Feature Movie
12:00 Wrestling
SUNDAY:
12:00 WW of Sports
1:30 Frontiers Faith
2::0 Challenge Golf
4:30 New Face
5:00 Legislative Rpt.
5:30 Bullwlnkle
6:00 Meet The Press
6:30 About Time
7:00 Ensign OToole
7:30 Disney
8:30Car 54
9:00 Bonanza
10:00 Water Problem
11:00 Combat
MONDAY:
11:00 Price is Right
11:30 Concentration
12:00 Impression
12:30 Truth or Con.
12:55 News
1:00 Showcase
1:30 Wo*-M Turns
2:00 Men- Griffin
2:25 New.
2:30 The ifctors
3:30 You don't Say
4:00 Match Game
4:25 News
4:30 Edge of Night
5:00 Discovery
5:30 Beany & CecU
6:00 Ben McTMllM
6:30 VUH»ry Log
1:55 Weather
f :00 Esso Reporter
7:15 Huntley Brinkl)
7:30 Combat
8:30 Rifleman
9:00 Eleventh Hr.
9:30 Probe
10:00 Ben Casey
10:30 Election Eve
11:00 News
11:15 Tonight
TUESDAY:
11:00 Price is Right
11:30 Concentration
12:00 Impression
12:30 Truth or Con.
12:55 News
1:30 Showcase
2:00 Ben J err od
2:55 News
3:00 Loretta Young
1:30 Dr. Malone
4:00 flutet) Game
4:25 News
:30 Edge of Night
5:00 Discovery
5:30 Morehead
6:00 Ben McDonald
6:30 Azalea Festival
6:55 Weather
7:00 Esso Reporter
7:15 Huntley - Brink
7:30 Gary Cooper
8:30 Darryl Zunuck
9:00 TBA
9:30 Dick Powell
10:30 TBA
11 -00 Weather, New*
ll:15:Tonight
WEDNESDAY:
11:00 Price is Right
(1:30 Concentration
Impression ■
2:30 Troth or Con.
.2:55 New«
1:00 Variety
1:30 As World Turn«
2:00 Merv Griffin
2:30 Pre Game Show
2:25 News
3:00 Loretta Young
3:30 You Don't Say
4:00 Match Game
4:25 New·
4:30 Edge of Night
5:00 Discovery
5:30 Buckby Hound
6:00 Beu McDonald
6:30 Homer Briar-H·
6:55 Weather
7:00 Esso Reporter
7:15 Huntly Brinklej
7:30 Virginian
9:00 Bob Hope
10:00 Great Stars
11:06 Weather, Newa
11:15 Tonight Show
WBTW—Channel 13 — Florence, S. C.
THCMDfth
11:00 The McCoy·
11:30 Pete r. Gladys
12:00 Weather
12:05 News
12:15 Agri Business
12:20 Meditation
12:30 Search
12:45 Guiriir.g Light
1:00 Best of Groucho
1:30 World Turns
2:00 PaiEWord
2:30 Houseparty
Λ:00 Tell the Truth
3:25 Doug Edwards
3:30 Millionaire
4:00 Secret Storm
4:30 Edge of Night
6:00 Seahunt
6:30 Spaceship
•:00 Huckby Hound
f:80 Your Reporter
β:40 Weather vane
6:45 News
7:00 Mavarick
8:00 Perry Mason
0:00 Twilight Zona
10:00 The Nurses
11:00 Waatner
11:05 News
11:15 Dave Roger·
11:20 Mtgie Moments
11:20 "Unseen
FRIDAY:
11:00 Real CcCoys
11:30 Pete ο Gladys
12:00 Weather
12:05 News
13:1· Agri. Businaw
13:80 Meditation
13:30 Search
13:4· Guiding Light
ΙΛ0 Groucho
i:30 WorM Tum·
3:00 Password
3:30 Houaeparty
•KM) Tall The Truth
8:30 noug Edward«
3:80 Millionaire
4:00 Secret Storm
4:J0 Edge of Night
•.-00 Seahunt
5:30 Spaceship
6:00 Peter Gunn
6:30 Eho Reporter
6:40 Weathervane
6:45 News
7:00 Almanac
7:30 Rawhide
B:30 Route 6«
9:30 B. Hillbillies
10:00 Mr. Smith Goes
10:30 Eyewitness
11:00 Weather
11:05 Late News
11:15 Dave Rogers
11:20 Magic Moments
11:30 Son of fury
SATURDAY:
11:00 Rin Tin Tin
11:30 Roy Rogers
12:00 Sky King
12:30 Reading Room
1:00 News
1:30 Forecast
2:00 Saleswoman
4:00 Gene Autry
6:30 Sat. News
6:45 Sat. Weather
6:40 Sat Sports
7:00 McHale
7:30 J. Gleason
8:30 rhe Defenders
9:30 Have Gun
10:00 Quo«moke
11:00 My Gal Sal
SUNDAY:
11:30 Big Picture
12:00 Land of Free
12:30 Florida Quartet
1:θ0 TBA
1:30 The Answar
2:00 Beneath the Sea
4:00 PuWle Affairs
5*0 Amateur Hear
5:30 OoUege Bowl
β'ΛΟ My 3 Bom
3:30 Mr. Ed
7:90 Lasrte
7:3· Dennis Menace
3:00 Ed Sullivan
3:30 teel MoCoys
3:33 Om Bee True
10:03 With Carol B.
10:30 What* my Line
11:00 Newa
MONDAY·
11:00 Real McCoys
11:30 Pete η Gladys
12:00 Weather
J2:05 New·
/2:15 Agri Business
12:20 Meditation
12:30 Search
12:45 Guiding Light
1:00 Groucfao
1:30 World Turns
2:00 Password
2:30 Houscparty
3:00 Tell the Truth
3:25 Doug Edwards
3:30 Take A Break
4:00 Secret Storm
4:30 Edge of Night
5:00 Seahuat
5:30 Spaceship C-8
6:00 Peter Gvmn
6:30 Esao Reporter
6:30 Ess· Reporter
6:4C Weather vane
6:45 News
7:00 Beaver
7:30 Camera IB
8:00 I've got a Secret
8:30 The Luoy Show
9:00 Danny Thomas
9:30 Andy Griffith
10:00 Ben Casey
11:99 Weather
11:05 Late News
11:10 Sports
11:20 Ma^ic Momenta
11:20 The Accused
TUBM9AT:
11:90 Rael McCoys
11:30 Pete η Gladys
lt]99 Weather
1849 News
18:1· Agri ftislae«·
•890 Meditito»
18(99
18:49 Guiding Light
1:99 Grouoho
1:99 Wortd Turns
8Λ9 Psmw ort
149 House party
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3:25 Doug Edwards
3:80 Millionaire
4:00 Secret Storm
4:30 Edge of Night
5:00 Seahunt
5:30 Spaceship C-8
6:00 Deputy
0:30 Esao Reporter
6:40 Weathervane
0:45 News
7:00 Challenge
7:30 Marshall Dillon
8:00 Lloyd Bridges
8:30 Red Skelton
9:30 Jacik Benny
10Λ0 Qarry Moor·
ΠΛ0 Weither
11:05 Late News
11:15 Dave Rogers
11:20 Lady η Bandit
WEDMMDATi
11:00 Real McCoys
11:30 Pete η GUdra
12:00 Wenther
12:05 News
Ι·:15 Api Badness
11:20 Meditatio·
<2:30 Search
1S:45 Guiding light
1:00 Qrouoho
1Λ0 World Turns
2:00 Password
2^0 Tfnu—rsrti
MO tSuKcTrul»
t:t5 Doug Edward·
M0 HHikmrnt
4:00 8ecret Storm
4:30 Edge of Night
5:00 Sea hunt
5:30 Spaceship C-t
0:00 HuckVy Hound
6:30 Esso Reporter
6:40 Weatherran*>
6:40 Mews
7:00 Bru*. Bra/inag'n
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6:00 Panorama
M0 D*ju Rm4
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8:30 Dobic OttUs
0:36 Donna Read
10:00 Naked City
11:00 Weather
11:06 Late New·
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