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letter Of resignation. The report
ot the SBI on the charges has
not yet been made public, there
being a statue which prevents the
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Friday, July 14, 11 A M. sharp,
I want to talk to 8 men who are
really ambitions and want an op
portunity to make money.
It doesn't matter what your
past work has been, all we ask
is that you • are willing1 to study
and learn. We teach you our
It will be necessary that you
be willing to get along on $75 to
J85 per week'Commissions for the
first 4 to 6 weeks while learning
our work. A car is necessary.
You must be able to give the
names of 3 people who will vouch
for your honesty and integrity.
We prefer men who are mar
ried or haye some responsibility.
I would also like to talk to a
few men who are mechanically in
clined and who know a good thing
when they see it.
Therefore, if you are honest
and of good character, a willing
worker and neat in appearance,
and have a car, come and talk to
R. C. SONGER
At The Hotel Wilkes.
publication of SBI investigations
except aa they may be brought
out in a trial.
Solicitor Bill Bickett, son of
the former Governor, said last
week that he would consider an
indictment — or at least a jury
hearing — upon the return to
the city of Attorney General Har
ry McMullan, who is now on va
cation on the Dare County coast.
So, a matter which everybody
thought would be settled with
Moore's resignation is still hang
NOTES . . . The summer
meeting of the State Board of
Conservation and Development
will be held at Morehead City
on July 25-27 . . . and the State
Highway Commission is now
holding meeting away from Ral
eigh ... at Waynesville last week
... and at Greensboro a few
weeks ago . . . with one for the
coastal area in the offing . . .
Moving the Government out to
the people . . . -Good sense and
good politics . . . Abie Upchurch,
who handled Frank Graham's
publicity, is now back as head of
the beer division Of Alcoholic
Beverage Control . . . Nicaraguan
Ambassador Capus Waynick, ,in
Washington for several weeks
now assisting President Truman
with the program to provide
techincal aid and advice for sub
marginal countries about the
earth, received a shock last week
when the Senate Appropriations
Committee hinted that it would
recommend that the appropria
tion for this Good Samaritan ef
fort be reduced to $10,000,000
. . . The President originally ask
ed for $45,000,000.
. . . Look Magazine this week
Back HST on Korea
ASSISTANT Press Secretary of the
White House, Eben Ayers reads
some of the more than 1,800 letters
and telegrams sent to President
Truman congratulating him on the
stand taken in the Korean situa
tion. (International Soundphoto)
has a 3-page spread on Char
lotte's evangelist, Billy Grahan
. . . The crackdown by Uncle San
on big-time gamblers . . . anc
the incident publicity . . is caus
ing many a worried brow ii
North Carolina's gambling hous
es, according to word coming oui
of SBI here . . . There is no in
dication that there is less big
time gambling through betting
on horse races, baseball games
etc. . . . but reports have it that
the operators in North Caroline
are getting much more careful
on who their customers are ; . .
A Senate subcommittee said that
one large bookmaker syndicate
had two outlets in North Caro
lina: B. M. Broome of 107 1-2
South College Street, Charlotte,
and W. G. Farlowe of Route 6
Greensboro . . . Police depart
ments in the two cities say the
places operated by these gentle
men are no longer in business,
the Charlotte spot closing down
about a month ago , . .
... Governor Scott last Thurs
day named Dr. J. M. Hedrick of
Winston-Salem as a member of
the State Ports Authority . r .
Hedrick, an optometrist, is of the
Taylorsville Hedricka ... A bro
ther, W. P . Hedrick, has been
tobacco marketing specialist with
the State Agriculture Department
for several years . . . Another
brother is also an optometrist
. . . Dr. Earl Hedrick of Raleigh
. . . The Winston-Salem Hedrick
succeeded Staleyu'Cook ot Burl
ington's afternoon newspaper . . .
Cook moved off Ports Authority
to succeed Dr. A. W. Deans of
Battleboro, who died suddenly a
few days ago, orf the Board of
Conservation and Development.
i 0 i'
Holdup Try Foils,
Mon Kills Himself
New York — Frank d'Ama
to, 25, wrote a short note to his
He was going to try a holdup,
he told her, and if he failed he
was going to kill himself.
Then he put the note in his
pocket and loaded his 38-calibre
Early today, police said, he
pointed it at Salvatore Celen
tano, took $10 from him, and
drove off in his victim's car.
Celentano grabbed a taxi, alert
ed a police car, and was on the
scene when the patrolman closed
As the police ran toward him,
d'Amato fired. When they reach
ed him, he was slumped in the
car window, dead — a bullet
through his right temple.
A few moments later, they
found the note in his pocket.
of the Federal'
amounted to |6.9 billion
1948. The President has
ed a total of $12.2
these items for 1951.
incresae in Federal non-war ex
penditures of $6.3 billion or 77
per cent in 3 years.
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