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VOLUME XVIII, NUMBER 24
"Tabor City — Tht Town With A City Future99
At Tabor CK,. Ν C WEDNESDAY. UECrMREfTÜTläsS .»η». Εν
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»porfee Presents
Plans Of Building
To 3 Contractors
Last week's meeting of rep
resentatives of the Tabor Cit>
Merchants Association and
Sportee Corporation of North
Carolina relative to finalizing
plans for the erection of a
giant new industrial sewing
plant resulted in plans for
specifications being presented
to contractors.
Sportee officials brought
plans for the new building
with them to the meeting and
called their architect in New
Jersey from the conference
meeting and asked for other
sets of plans.
Three building contractor.;
were present at the meeting
and each will submit a bid on
the proposed structure within
the next few days.
Sportee continually empha
sized their satisfaction wi'.h
the availability of labor in the
area and their ability to learn
their type of sewing operation.
They noted that the Tabor
City Merchants Association
had contracted to have this
building constructed at a spe
cified per foot per year ;tn:uia!
rental and that the only le
maining stumbling blo.k was
the determination as to whe
ther this figure could be ad
hered to.
The association has previ
ously been told that the figure
is possible but certain addi
tions V» the building and its
interior win increase the coat
of conitnictfo· «od η» deci
sion is possible 00 the precise
annual n»tal' upUl «»tract
ors submit their bids.
Sportee has expressed inter
est in completing the final
contract with builders as
quickly as possible and have
said that they would like to
get into the new faculty im
mediately if it were bui t. Act
ual construction time is ex
pected tu be about 90 days.
TC Baptists
< Plan Second
! Music Program
ι ' A Christmas cantata entilei
• "An Appalachian Nativity,"
! will be presented by the Chur
j ch Choir «if the Tabor City
j Baptist Church on Sunday,
( Die. 22, at 7:30 p. m.
This Christmas Fo':k Canta
ta by Lewis Henry Horton,
features selections based on
hymns of the shape-note trad
ition.
The singing of this cantata
wiil make the se.ond program
of Christmas mtisic presenteil
by the Music Ministry of the
Tabor City Baptist Church .
The forty-voice choir will
be directed by Franklin Hooks,
and Mrs. Furman Fowler will
serve as accompanist.
Members and friends are in
j vi ted to attend.
ROTARY MEETING
The Tabor City ' Rotary
I Club h»ld its Rotary Christ
mas party at the school cafe
teria Monday nirht. With
out divulging the identity of
the jecret pal, eilt» were .ex
changed. -ς· ,-tf
« j('
No Rotary meeting will be
held next week but an oyst
er roast will be held at Cal
abash on December 30. Rot
arians are tome et in front
of the Waccamaw Bank at
6:15 for this meeting.
1st National Stockholders
To Get Christmas Bonus
Stockholders of the First
National Bank of Whiteville
and Tabor City will find an
extra dividend in their finan
cial stocking this Christmas.
According to C. Bion Sears,
President, the Board of Direct
ors has authorized a 50 cent
cash dividend on common
stock payable on December 20
to stockholders of record De
cember 18.
Last year a 30 cent cash
dividend was paid to stock
holders for each share owned.
The 50 cent dividend repre
sents a 66.7 per cent increase.
The record of the First Na
tional Bank, established in
1945, is one of growth, financi
al security and return to
shareholders and service to the
Columbus County area.
With a capital account of
$100,000 in 1945 the First Na
tional Bank now has in excess
of $850,000 in the capital ac
count with resources exceed
ing $8.5 million. The capital
account has grown through 10
a per cent stotk dividend in
January 1963, a 33-1/3 per
ccnt stock dividend in 1959, a
three for one stock split in
January 1959, new stock sales
in 1960 and 1963 and from re
tention in earnings.
Sears, in making the an
nouncement, gave the growth
credit to area citizens for their
high acceptability of the First
National Bank as their finan
cial friend.
Judge L Β. Preyer
Pays Visit Here
Judge L. Richardson Preyer,
candidate for governor of
North Carolina, paid a visit to
the Tabor City area Monday
afternoon.
Accompanied by Judge AI
Williams, Preyer called on η
number of local citizens seek
ing their rapport in next
year's gubernatorial elections.
Judge Preyer was appointed
to the bench of the State Sup
erior Court in 1956 and five
years later he was appointed
U. S. Federal Judge.
The Judge is a native of
Greensboro where he live*
with his wife and five chil
dren. He is the only lawyer in
a family which has produced
a long line of teachers, preach
er·, and outstanding business
men. His grandfather develop
ed the formula for the first
Vick'a Vapor Rub while oper
ating a small drug store in
downtown Greensboro; and
Judge Preyer'· father was
JUDGE L. R. PREYFH
president of Vick Chemical
Co. until retiring some 15 years
■go.
' *vO, COME ALL YH iMTHFULM
Lighted Match
Damages Auto
250 Feet Away
A late-model automobile was
heavily damaged by fire here
Tuesday night as the result ';f
a lighted mat.h into a gutter
half a block from the ρ trkcd
vehicle.
The freak incident, which
happened at 7 p. m„ occurred
this wa\:
Dick Wilson, a local resi
dent, cam« out of the Post Of
fice, paused, lit a cigarette
what he thouhgt was a "pud
dle of water."
The "water," however, burst
.•nto flames and the fire ran
rapidly up the curb about 250
leet to Garrell's Set vice Sta
tion, nearby. There flames ran
under a parked car owned by
Kent Stevens, another local
resident.
The auto was damaged by
flames Ijefore the Tabor City
Fire Department arrived at
the scene and doused the
flames.
According to a service sta
tion attendant, a gasoline tank
er has just finished filling th?
station's underground tanks
and some gas overflowed from
the tanker and ran into the
gutter at the edge of the sta
tion apron.
"The fire completely block
ed the view of the station for
about three minutes at least."
Tim Coleman, local policeman,
said.
Coleman was in the policc
station across the street and ,
about another half-block away
irom the slation.
Blackened curbing and char-|
red road signs were visible
signs this morning of the Irenk <
fire last night.
Education Series
Discontinued
T'u· series (»I articles on ed
ucation in Columbus County
which this newspaper h;is
been publishing during rcci nt
weeks will be temporarily
discontinued «lue to the ill
ness of the author. St:iff mem
ber Hod Sparrow, author '·(
the series, was admitted to N.
C. Memorial Hospital Tues
day.
CHRISTMAS >1ASS Λ Τ
LOCAL CATHOMC CHI'Ρ ΓΗ
The Catholic Chur.h in Ta
'jor City will have m iss on
hristmas Day, beginning at
9:30 Λ. M„ said Reverend
Walsh, pastor.
Ex-Tabor Pastor
Writes Article
For Guidepost
The Rev. H. L. Reives, for
mer nastor of the Tab"!· City
Presbyterian Church, is tha
mithor of *>n artie'e in the
January Guidroosts. a month
ly inspiration »1 magazine de
rianed for all religious faiths.
Rev. Reaves left Tabor City
in September 1962 to be.omc
pastor of the Presbyterian
Church in Hartsville, S. C.
His article, concerning his
life as a missionary in China,
reads as follows:
"When I was a missionary
to China, 1 learned something
very valuable from a simple
Chinese iady.
"Mrs, VVu made her living
selling rice cakes. When she
became a Christian, she want
ed to do something to bear
testimony to Christ's love. But ι
she coid I neither read nor
write.
"There was «ine thing, how- |
ever, that she could do — she I
could sweep. At that time we
were rent in" a small shop for
str« et ρ ι a-bine outside
China's West Gate. In the
early evening we opened the
shop ami conducted a simple
service for those who stopped
in to listen. Mrs. Wu would
arrive first, open the chapel
doors carefully sweep out the
trash, then with a joyful and
earnest voice, she would in
vite all passcrsby to come in.
Many did so out of curiosi'v
I won U rinit what gave her such
• a d eply happv face.
I "Be uise f Mrs. Wu, more
than 50 people took the first
shp toward a Christian life.
! "One talent, u.wd by God,
! can be multiplied many
I times."
In Memory Öf Mft. Vfr. Ψ. Cox
———
School Receives
Organ As Gift
Those attending the special
"Music F<>r Christmas" pro
gram presented last Thursday
night by the Tabor City Chor
us heard for the first time a
new gift to the school.
An organ, presented by the
C. C. Leggetts and A. P. Rog
ers, Sr., was used for the first
time publicly for the perform
ance.
The organ was presented r.s
a gift in the memory of tho
late Mrs. W. F. C">x.
"Mrs. Cox had a very great
luve for beauty—beauty in
people, in art. in music. Shi
helped many b<>ys and girl·
pay for music lessons when
they were unable to do so.
"Upon the death of her hus
band she gave to the Taboi
City Baptist Church an orga.1
in his memory .
"Now we have—thanks t<
the generosity of Mr. Hoger.«
and Mr. Leggctt — an organ
hei'e in our school in her mem
ory, Mrs. W. \V. Woody, chor
us director, said.
Clyde Prince
Hospitalized
Clyde Prince, a well-known
Baptist minister is hospitaliz
ed in Charleston after suffer
ing a heart attack in Loris.
The Rev. Prime had the at
tack December 10. He was
moved to the Medical College
Hospital in Charleston when
his condition failed to improve.
He is considered in serious
condition there.
He became a popular preach
er in several of the larger
rural Baptist churches in both
Horry and Columbus Count
ies. Some of the churches
where he has preached are
Clarendon, and Sandy Plains
ne.n Tabor City, Bakers Chap
el near Ay nor. and the Cool
el near Aynor, Good Hope, and
the Coo! Springs and Pleasant
Meadow churches.
Prince was instrumental in
getting the new 3,000 paved
runway that is the Twin Cities
Municipal Airport.
Signs USC Grant-In-Aid
Buddy Fonvielle May Meet
Brother On College Grid Iron
When North Carolina meets
South Carolina on the football
gridiron in coming se/sons.
chances are row; that two Ta
bor City brothers will be look
ing at carh other from oppo
site sides of the line of s rim
mage.
Buddy Fonviel'c, local high
ι seh«»ol senior and star line
batker of the Tabor City Red
I Devils, Monday signed a four
vear football grant-in-aid with
ι Ihe University of South Car»·
lina.
His brother. Leon E'v/ar<1
( Fonviclle, joined the freshman
I team of the University »I
North Carolina's Tar Heel·
j under a four-year frant-in-aif)
this fall.
Buddy. at ß-3 and 210
j« 'lint's. w..s a rugged Ued
Devil linebacker who was in
>n more than a third of his
team's tackles, and he was
3specially effective in 'pass de
fense.
His speed was so Rood that
he started out his football
career with the Hed Devils as
a fullba.k. and also has play
jed guard und tackle.
Buddy was chosen to the
A11-C« lumbus Team, and was
picked as captian of the Al!
Waccamaw Athletic Associa
tion Team. Other honors in
clude a place on the 1983 All
SENCland Football Team, and
I WBTV's High Sihool All-Star
ι (Continued On Page 4)
BUDDY rONVKLLE
Refunds Totaling $160,000
Brunswick ilecfrk Mails
?#980 Checks To Members
Cash refunds to members of
the Brunswick Ele.tric Mem
bership Corporation totaling
more than $100,000 have been
mailed out in the last few
<ia; s\
These cash payments to cun
surners ol electricity on the
Brunswick lines represents tlic
ciifKrenee between operating
costs and revenues and covers
the years of 1952 and 1953.
Prii.r years' settlement pay
mi nts have been distributed
in 1931 and before that .
The refund che.ks to corp
oration members were distrib
ute! during those same years.
Checks were in amounts
Irom $1.00 to $50.00 with a
few exception where commer
cial iirms' pro rata share ran
much higher. About 7000
checks were involved in the
mailing .
"This distribution of funds
to our membership is proof of
ownership of the Brunswick
EJect: i. Membership Corpora
tion by its members. Dr. E. D.
Bishop, executive of the co
operative said this week.
Fund Drive Set
For Retarded
Children Assoc.
I A fund-raising drive for the
North Carolina Association for
Retarded Children will get
I underway in Tabor City this
i Thursday, Die. 19, to-chai:
ί men Lj. Frank McGougau, J;
and Ken Lovell announce«! to
day .
"Mental y retarded children
i make uu 3 per cent of our
population. These are children
who, because of limited or im
paired mental neve opmei.1.
will need a wide variety <>;
special services designed to
promote their social and e <>
I nomic functioning. They need
I a well rounded program to en
able them to develop tu their j
fuLest potential," McGougun |
said.
The N. C. Association car
ries eu many programs to aid
these childien including com
munity diagnosti.· - treatment '
clinics, home visit programs,
parent counseling, day care
services, nursery classes, train -
ing centers, and many other
services.
The Columbus County Chap
ter of the N. C. A. R. C.. head
ed by Jean Walker, president
ani Buddy Carpenter, vice
president, is currently spoil- !
j soring a training center pro
(Continuid On Page 4>
News Briefs
EETIIK1. MYr
The Methodist Youth Fel
lowship ρ roup of the Bethi-i
vtethodist Chur.h will present
t Christmas play entitled "See
in}! A St-ir" lit 7:30-p. m. Sun
day, Dec. 22. Tue small chil
dren of tin- church will present
u program Dee.22 fol owing
tnoiniiif.' Church School.
CKDItKV GKOVE LADIES'
NIGHT
The Brotherhood I.adies'
Night of the Cht rry Grove
B.iptist Church will be held
Thursday iiitfnt. Die. 19, with
s-upptr at Calabash.
CHERRY GROVE Ρ I. AY
Λ program ent't'ed "/*n A"
gc*I For Every Occasion" will
bo prestntco Suoi.a.v
Dec. 22. ;it 7 p. in. bv memb
ers of the Cherry Grove Bap
tist Church.
METHODIST CANTATA
The Choir of St. Paul Veth
t.dist Church will present a
Chiistmis Cantata entitled
"The M.agor King" at the
morniti!" worship service this
Sundii; Dec. 22. at 11 a. in.
WILLIAMS PTA
The Williams Township
School Ρ. Τ. A. \vill meet
Thursday,Nipht December 19.
at 7:30. ' «i' ,
The program entitled—Jour
ney To Bethlehem, a Christ
mas Pagi-ant, under the direc
tion of Mrs. Polly Edwards,
with Mr. Eugene Sasser at th<*
piano will be given. There
wi 1 be fifteen speaking parts,
and se veral songs will be rend
ered by some of the students
from the 3rd and 4th, and 7th
and 8th grades.
Speci.tl lighting will be by
Mr. R. J. Glasener.
Comments about the program
are—It's very inspiring and a
good program.
The public is cordially in
vited.
Recorder's Court
Recorder's Court in White
ville wi 1 be in session only
cne day this week—Thursday,
December 19.
Judge W. A. Williams of
Tab«.r City announced Mon
day.
Outdoor Decorations
To Be Judged Friday
OUTDOOR DECORATION ..
Judging in the Tabor City
Garden Club's annual outdoor
Christmas decorating contest
will take place December 20
beginning at 7:3(1 p.m., Mrs.
Robert Sweeley, club president
announced today.
A plaque will oc presented
to the winner.
No Injuries ,
In Car-Bus
Crash Friday
Damage was light and there
were no injuries in a minor
Tabor City School Bus' near
Iron Hill Friday.
Highway Patrolman H. S.
Wilkins said he issued cita
tions to both drivers involved,
and said that the accident
could have been avoided if
careful driving rules had been
observed.
The patrolman said that
Billy Neal lnman. driver of
the bus, stopped to let chil
dren off, and after his pas
sengers had crossed the road,
he started the bus and was
attempting to make a left turn
off the road when his bus was
struck by a car driven by Ed
ward Nelson, 22, of Ash.
Nelson had stopped for the
(Continued On Page 4)
What Next?
BY—MARVIN LEWIS
What a perfect time for
out-door rooking! Let's do
it! Now you sit right here,
honey, and don't lift a fing
er .. . you cook every day
.... let ole Chef Toastus
Burnus himself do the work.
Besides, you may pick up ·
pointer or two concerning
the true concept of 'Culin
ary Art."
Good fire! Honey, where
did you put those steaks?
Oh yes. here they are.
Where is the long handled
fork? Never mind . . . I've
got it. Should I cut off some
I of this fat? Where l> the
butcher knife? Will yo·
turn up that grill just a llt
1 tie? Nire change isn't it . . .
just sit back and relax and
let somebody else cook for
a change. You deserve It.
Oops! Oh well. "He who
eateth the most steak, eateth
the most grass." Should I
salt It now or later? Where
Is the salt? Oops! I'm glad
that grass Is down there.
Who left this fork In the
fire? Turning steak with ι
red-hot fork is carrying Art
Just a bit too far. Honey,
you dont look very relaxed
.... is the smoke bothering
you? Here, let me look at
you. Who put that plate
down there? Never mind,
honey, I'll get yon another
one Just like it. M-m-m-m
m-m, your hair smell· good.
Didn't I tell you to relax
and leave the worrying to
ele Chef Maxlmus Aggrav
aeus? You're entitled to I
rest. HEY!! Fire In the hoMI
Fire on the port aide! Fir·
on the starboard! Fire on Um
poop-deck! Where to UM
hose? Where to · bucket?
Where to the watoer?
Honey, do ye· reek·· the
Cafe to »till open?

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