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Ed Bartniek Hurls Fine Game As
Martins Fake Series With Bears;
Greenies Plav Here Wednesday
"Little Eddie" Gives
Three Safeties. Fans
Seven. Walks None
Mm? \l Kill W iIli Tri|?l?
\n?l Single For Four
l.ittlr EdJ? Bartr.ick ! I ti < >
big role in :? ? Martin*' Mrt-niuJ vie- j
liity over New Bern ifi v
as he hurled three -hit bail here last ;
night t. turn back the Beat- 5.1
Bart hick fannel >? v'< n and did ? t
allow a walk The content wa> d? i
lavedin the seventh inning for about
twenty minutes due toac-loudhu'-n
Tuhbs. starlit ig-..~pi:tc:tiL r. iUi. XtTw5
Bern, was ulid and bad tu be repl&tn}.
the seem << ' ' \ F'? f * ?: <t'i mc
who pitched five innings, allowing1
On W ednesda* evening at K
o'clock the Martins and Green
ville will meet at the local park.
IViiliiuiiN.oii and t?<e Wilson Tons
will state a two-game hill on Fri
day. The first game is scheduled
to start at three o'clock, with the
night affair beginning at eight.
M'\4*n hits and thrbe runs, and was
given credit f ? t! r defeat
lough fifil h ' t> ? ?
1 < Be; i ? *? : t'.s ? ii-.':.. in v <
first i".i:ir..i? < an cMj,r and Red Har
per's hour tut, T'.< i e <te cairn- .
in the fiftl ?? It . a.nficeand
William a i. 1 lw<> times in ?
thr? e livider.- et "ic< -. Two morel
"runs wa n add. 1 m the fifth on Ed- !
di- BartnickVtripl. . two .singles, I'V/ o j
walks and an error. The final scon !
was mad. jm the sixth -tun/.a on A1 i
bntton's singh a walk, a fuTd'-rVj
. ch"ice and New+nan's single
Rod- Harner' R.-ur Hard baseman.
w \' .\ nier a' i * m !
gib for four tni' to the plate, and ;
Pitct ? i Bartr.iel was hest for the
Marti; . wdl trii ? and sing It for
. f 'l.w atterrrDts,' ?? L
Monday May 21
New Bern Ah K II PO A V
Taylor. lJ 4 0 0 1 1 .0
Hiift ' 4 i o 3 .3 ' u
Swicc H It 4 (> h l no
Me Cart j. ef
Shat/i i c
Tlil-h . y
Feat hers t m i. . p 2 0 . 0 0 1 1
MrCVlim.-h. p in 0 u 0 (j
Total 32 A 3 24 14 1
Hilliamston Ah K II PO A I
Harts'" , L'l 2 1. 1 1 10
Kellei ci 3 .2 0 -> n n
New ir.ati. 3b "A 0 1 o 5 0
_Lb . , 4 II ! 7 1 0
Th<m}psfon, IT ? 4 0.. I ? 1 i.i (f; <
Slakis. s.- A it 1 4 1 2
McCV. rf 0 0- I 0 (i
Aitintto. A lv .1 7 II. G
Bai tine's p 4 12 11)' !
Total- 27 5 A 27 H A
?Score by mini;,.:- R
New Bern 200 010 000- A
Williamston 2 mi 021 00x 5
Buns i.atti d in H.?rp< i 2. H'artsoe. i
Newtn.- j, Rock. I. Thompson. Slakis
Thice b.i.-e hit Bai'ituck ltfinie riniT'
Harp. I SiicriJic (leraci Double
plays Hie: A: 1- ? w :e d (iei a.-i. Li ft
on base- Ni u Bi rri A Wilhamston
0 Bases on balks. off Tubbs r>. Feath* -
erstune 3. McCoh ' .Struck (Tut.
by Featherst'-' "- ' 'ough 2.
Bartniek 7 Hits, pfi i ie I 0 in 1
(noh. out ?: 2nd F mi ton . 7 in '
. M1 C i.u1 ?. i .u 2 1/4..- mg | :lele
? i Feather-ton. 1'mpires M.kisc. '
: : i ! : mm
Who Is Where
TIESDAY. MAT 21
Goldsboro at New Bern
Williamston at Greenville
Kinston at Snow Hitt
Wilson at Tar|>oro
WEDNESDAY. MAY 22
New Bern at Goldsboro
Greenville at WILLIAMSTON
Snow Mill at Kinston
Tarboro at Wilson
Till KSDAY. MAY 23
New Bern at Snow Hill
Greenville at Xarboro
Williamston at Wilson
Goldsboro at Kinston
f KID AY. MA Y 24
Mill at New Bern ?
Tar I)->r6 at Greenville
W ikon at M ILL! AMSTON
Kinston at Goldsboro
In Ki<ihth Inning
To Defeat Martins
"llar<r* I.eaiU Loral
\tlark < hi Hurler
V\ o(nl? inl
The GoWsboro Bugs made eighteen
hit.- count for 13 run: and a victory
last XodigV- i) 1 ghlin?(1 >?1 dsbor<>
the Mart iris suffered a 13-3 d? !< ah
Ucide I.e'vm started 011 tlx mound
for ttu, Martins, hut after his pitches
were rapped for 15 base hits in six
innings, tie was replaced by Mike
Del.ucn who allowed three hil and
three funs ouring tile last -two stan
RoC'k as ti e shilling star
at the plate with two safeties* lor
three trips M Thompson and Hart
soil' follow ed with two hits'each
Second h;js? man IfarT-or- featured
afield for the Martins
Keller, cf -
FToTTT 1 h
1. Thornpson. i!
M 'I'iinmi'i II?
Albrvttofr, c 5 o 0 (j 0.0
l.cvin, p 0 0 0 0 1 0
x Hart nick 1 0 o 0 0 0
I). I.m a. p 0 o o o o o
xxSwain 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 40 0 0 24 7 2
xB-itted i- i Levin in 7tl>.
' *? v Bat tod fni- IVLuoa in Oth. ??
fioldsboro \h K II I'O A I*!
Didaetano. II 4 2 2 2 0 0
r.iwlak, 2b 4 12 4 0 0
larosM.rl 2 4 2 5 0 0
I V? It-, c 5 1 1 H 0
Me Williams. 1 b
[kit-ton. i t
xheph. y. 31)
.-wore by Miliums . R
Wllhaniston <>00 300 212? H
Uoldshoro 021 403 30x 13
Uuhs hatted ;n Knepley 2. McWil
haihs 0. Pawlak, larossi. Pat ton. M
li ; - n 2. llartsiM. Keller. Two
lia. o hits Knepley. Pattoh, p?hA lak.
M Thompson 2. MeWilhams 2. Hart
Keller Three base hit Knep
a~> '!? n ha.-.r M. Tk.'inp.son.
Dpubh pla> . llartsoe, Slakis and
v " ? P?a - ? ' en I ?.i 11: . el l 1 ,< v in 4.
MK.VS SI MM Kit
$ T K A W
CALL 159 FOR QUALITY DRY CLEANING
Martins Return To
inning Ways W ith
Victory Over Bears
M. 111? ? 1111>? 11 CuiiiK I lo 5
\ i?-lory in lli? Fir?-I Start
For \\ illi.iin-loii
Thr Witliamston Martina Aent
| back into tlu* win column Sunday af
? ttinoon in Ni w Bern us they scored
,i 4-3 decision over the Bears Mallard
Thompson pitched for the Martins.
, aMoWlrtg 10 hits arid walking five
hatters, hut when McCarty doubled
in the ninth Manager Ked Swain feh
that a possible rally should he halt
rcd and railed on himself for action
rH** had no trouble in ending the con
; Despite the?fact that NoVI' Bern's
t elding was sloppy. Manager Shat
h-tf V men made the fust tuple play
mi the league this season as Catcher
Shat/er caught Alhritton's attempted
sacrifice, threw to I fug who touch
ed second base and then tagged Red
Swain sliding into the bag
Williamston scored a run in the
first when Keller reached first by an
error and scored on Rock's double
Hits by Thompson and Newman cou
pled with a sacrifice and an outfield
fly accounted for a run in the third
and a walk and Rock's two base blow
chalked up another counter in the
fifth. The winning run was scored
in the seventh frame when Keller,
on third by two errors crossed the
plate on a passed hall.
"Hard'- HtK'k, with two doubles and
a single for five attempts, led the
Martins at bat ttlakis followed with
two for four
Manager Red Swain made a beau
tiful running catch in left field to
rate defensive honors.
Sunday. May 19.
_ A |t |J ij un A t
. ? " ? * fi ? r* r.
L Thompson, rf
v 1 2
AI button, c
M Thompson, p
s:\i 11' i'< ? 11 |f
?Score by innings: ?R
Williamson 101 010 010 4
Now Born 201 000 000 3
Huns batted in Rock 2. ilarper 2.
McCarty. Newman. Two base hits':
Rock 2. McCullnugh. McCarty Saen
lues: Hartsoe, Swain. Double plays:
Swiggctt and Shatzer; Harper and
(leraci. Triple play: Shatzer and
Hun Left on bases Wilhamston 1.
New Bern 9. Basra on balls, off Me
Cullough 4. M. Thompson 5. Struck
out, by MrCullough 5. Hits off
Thompson 10 in 8 2-3; Swain 0 tn 2-3.
Wild pitches: Thompson 2 Winning
pitcher: Thompson. Umpires: Han
na and Rosner. Time 2:15.
Friday. May 17.
Goldsboro 13. Wiiiiamston 8.
Now Born 2. Grocnvillo 0.
Snow Hill 12. Tarboro 10.
Wilson 7. Kinston 0.
Saturday. May 18.
Snow Hill 0, Tarboro 1.
Wilson 8. Kinston 4
Greenville 0. Now Born 4.
Goldsboro 16. Wiiiiamston 11
Sunday. May 19.
(Tarboro 13. Kinston 12
Snow Hill 3. Wilson 2.
Wiiiiamston 4. New Bern 3.
Goldsboro 6, Greenville 5.
Monday. May 20.
Kinston 7, Tarboro lr
Goldsboro 9. Greenville 2.
Wiiiiamston 5, Now Born 3.
Wilson-Snow Hill, rain
Mrs A R White returned last
week-end from a visit with relatives
in 1 ? ?
Woodend 8. DeLuca 1. Struck out,
by Levin 3. Woodend 9. DeLuca 1.
Hits, off Levin 15 in 6; DeLuca 3 in
'lr. Wild prteh Woodemi. Passed bnttsr
Albntton. Peelo Losing pitcher: Le
vin. Umpires Hanna. Hosner Time
of 2:45. ?
V AL.till.VS SPECIAL SN APDKAfi
?n plants for sale. Colors, pink, red.
white and yellow. 25 cents per doz
en. Mrs. Thro Roberson. ni21-2t
WANTED: SCRAP IRON IN SMAI.I.
or large quantities. 25c and 30e per
100 pounds. Wiiiiamston Iron and
Metal C-mpsiiy. Main Street. ml7-3t
THE BEST TIES MADE: WEMBLEY
Nor-East ttea. Crush it, tw^st it,
knot It and not a wrinkle. Only $1.00
at Darden's Dept. Store. ml7-It
Take WilliaawtMi I
Bv 5-Run Margin
I.OOM'U IMuwmI (ioulM KihU
With a SfoPf of
16 to I I
In a loosely play game here last j
Saturday night Goldsboro defeated
Williamston 16-11 in a runfest of the
first degree. The Bugs scored six runs
in the eighth inning to cinch the bat
Williamston counted two runs in
1 the first on an error and a home run
by Rock over the right field fence, to
i tie the score. Two more in the third
resulting from three hits, an error
and a wild pitch sent the locals out
in front, and four more in the'fourth
on a walk, fielder's choice, an error,
Newman's triple. Rock's single, and
! I,< <m Thompson's two-bagger, ran
| the lead even higher and sent the
Goldsboro pitcher to the showers.
With everything looking fine. Mil
ler lost his control in the seventh, and
was touched for three runs, being re
lieved by Levin, who in turn was re
lieved by DeLuca in the same inning,
And then came the eratic eighth.
111?- Dug.-, counting six runs when they
toMiijined five hits, two mors. a wild
pitch, and a hit batter. The first Bug
at bat in the ninth, Sandy Heele, hit
for four bases and DeLuea gave up.
Hard' Rock finished the game, al
lowing only one hit and no runs.
Lozier Newman, Rock and Loon
Thompson led the Martin attack with
three safeties each. Newman got a
triple and double and batted in four
runs, while Rock, with a home run
and two single batted in three count
Saturday. May 18.
(fuldsboro Ah R II PO A E
DiGaetano, If 5 112 0 0
Pawlak. 2b 0 3 3 4 1 2
Iarossi, lb 4 2 2 3 1 0
Peele, rf-c 5 4 3 8 0 0
McWilliams, c-3b 0 13 7 1 1
Patton, cf 5 2 3 0 0 0
Arnette. 3b-rf 5 11110
Morrisino, ss 4 12 2 11
Card we 11, p 2 0 0 0 11
Hammonds, p 1 0 0 0 0 0 i
x Hen ton 0 0 0 0 0 0
Wade, p .1110 10'
Totals 44 10 19 27 7 5
V Mil for Hr.tnmMtirK in 7tK
Williamston Ah K II PO A E
Haitsoe,2b 5 2 0 1 3
Keller, of 5 3 1 3 0 0
Newman. 3b 5 2 3 12 0
flork, ttr-p 5 3 3 9 0 0
L Thompson, i f 5 0 3 3 1 0
Slakrs, ss 5 0 2 - 2 3 1
M. Thompson, If 4 0 1 10 0
Alhntton. e 2 0 0 0 1 0
Miller p 4 1 0?0?1?U
Lev?n, p o n n n n?q_
DoLuca. p 1 0 I 0 0
Swain, lb 0 0 0 i 0 0
Totals 41 11 14 27 11 2
Score by innings. H"
Cioldsboro 200 130 361?16
Williamston 202 401 110?11
Runs batted in: Iarossi 3. Morrisino
2. Peele 2. Patton 3. McWilliams. Di
(Jat tano. Wade 2, Arnette 2, Newman
3. Rock 3, L. Thompson, Slakis 2. Two
base hits: Iarossi, McWilliams, L.
Thompson, Wade. Three base hits:
Home runs: Rock, Peele. Stolen base:
Slakis. Sacrifices: L,. Thompson,
Newman. Iarossi. Double plays Mor
risino and Pawlak; Hartsoe. Slakis
and Swain Left mi h:isiw Gnldntmrn
10. Williamston 15 Bases on balls.
If Card well 2. Hammonds 3. Wade 5.
Miller 4. Levin 1. Rock 1. Struck out:
by Cardwell 5. Hammonds 1. Wade 5.
Miller 4 DeLuea 2. Hits: off Cardwell
8 m 3 2-3 Hammonds 3 in 2 1-3;
Wade. 3 in 3; Miller 11 in 6 2-3: Le
vin l in 0; DeLuea 6 in 1 1-3 (none
out in 9th); Rock, 1 in 1. Hit by pitch
er. by Miller (Morrisino); by DoLuca
(Morrisino). Wild pitches: Cardwell,
DoLuca. Winning pitcher: Wade. Los
ing pitcher. DeLuea. Umpires: Ros
ncr and Hanna. Time: 3:00.
Tvllin# Effect fi i
In Size Of Vote In Primary
(Continued from page one)
near relative, (husband and wife;
parent and child; brother and sister;
or grandparent and grandchild) but
if no such near relative is present, he
may then ask any other voter of the
precinct who has not assisted any
other voter, to giv^ him the assist
ance. If, however, there is present no
near relative, or other voter who has
not marked another ballot, the vot
er may then, but only then, call upon
the registrar or a judge of elections
The registrar is required to keep
Manager Swain Alters
Loeal Team Personnel
Mike DeLuca Gets
Tho Pitchers anil Outfielder
Added to Martin*' Roster
Rounding out his first full week
as manager of the Martins last night,
Harry Swain declares he has found
an acute shortage of good baseball
players. But the new skipper states
today that he believes he is improv
ing his chances of getting in that first
division. Michael DeLuca. the young
New Yorker who was given his sec
ond trial on the Martins' pitching
staff, has been given his uncondi
tional release. The action was taken
following a bitterly disappointing
performance on the local diamond
last RptnrHpy ?the iiignggeF
stating that as a result of that per
formance the search for more play
ers is being extended.
Del Breese, of Hemp. N C . has
been signed for duty on the Martins'
pitching staff A great deal could
not be learned about the new recruit
other than that he is in the middle
class, that he "chunks" right handed
and will help the team, possibly. The
young man is said to have a very
good semi-pro record, but the low
down on his one year in professional
baseball could not be found in the
Brice McCay. former Martin out
fielder who was visiting here yester
day. was signed up by Manager
Swain and gave a fine performance
in right field last night. McCay is
expected to aid in a big way the
speed of the local outer gardeners.
Official j ( ports state that X. Brown
has been signed to aid the Martins'
hurling corps. Brown was with Wil
son and Goldsboro in the Coastal
Plain last season, chalking up nine
victories and six defeats.
tjen Stoiler, ihe popular and fast
shortstop who was hit by a pitched
hall over in Goldsboro week before
last, continues to improve, but he is
not yet able to return to the line-up
Prank Kozak, third baseman who
handled a relief assignment in the
field, continues in Brown Commun
lty Hospital, following an operation
orv n+j infected foot. bt*y 4*is ^endt
tion is improving.
37 Names On State
And County Ballots
(Continued from page one)
can ticket is printed on pink paper.
On the county-district ballot are
eighteen names, as follows:
For State Senator, Second Sena
torial District: P. G. Gallop. Hugh
G Horton and D. Bradford Fearing.
For Treasurer: Ben D. Courtney,
Warren H. Biggs, R. H. (Dick) Smith.
H M. Burras and John R. Peel.
For Commissioner, Jamesville-Wil
liams District: C. C Fleming, Joshua I
I*. Col train.
For Commissioner, Williamston
Poplar Point District: John T^rpoper
and C. D. Carstarphen.
For Commissioner, Robersonville
Cross Roads District: V. G Taylor
and C Abram Roberson.
For Board of Education: George C.
Griffin, J. L.. is.nowies, Leslie Hardi
son and J. W. Eubanks.
Down in Jamesville Township,
Clarence Wallace says he is still in
the race with Joe Hardison for con
a record of all voters who receive as
sistance and the names of the per
sons giving assistance.
It is not only unlawful for any per
son to give assistance, but also un
lawful for any person to receive or
permit assistance except under the
terms of the act.
The act does not prevent members
of the same family (husband and
wife; parent and child; brother and
sister; grandparent and grandchild)
from assisting one another, and no
record is required of such.
Elbert Peel Named
Elector In Raleigh
(Continued from page one)
vention, Attorney Clarence Griffin
Martin County was well represent
ed in the State Democratic Conven
tion. Attorney and Mrs. E. S. Peel,
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Biggs, Clarence
Griffin. Hugh Horton, Charles God
win. Jr. A. Corey. Joseph S. Grif
fin, Charles Manning. C B. Martin,
Paul Roberson. W H. Gray, Joe
Winslow, Buck James. Henry Ever
ett and A M. Hasty were among
those from Martin County who were
present for the meeting- Attorney ?
S. Peel was chosen as presidential
elector for the first Congressional
district aftei luvmg hern nominated
by Congressman Lindsay C. Warren
After the usual procedure of elect
ing several committees the district
meetings adjourned to Memorial au
ditorium for the program featured
by the keynote speech. Mr. Ramsey's
keynote speech was well received by
a large crowd who packd the audi
torium. The keynoter was strong in
his appraisal of the Roosevelt ad
ministration as well as the state ad
ministration of Governor Hoey.
Great enthusiasm was shown in
the third term movement when the
convention instructed the delegates
stable. "They tried to bomb me out
and then stink me out. but I'm still in
the race," Wallace said. Some time
ago a big bomb shell was placed on
Wallace's country store door Lasl
week a dead cat was hung on the
man's store. The Jamesville contesl
is the only township race in the
county this year.
Their Defense Shot
Allies Are Planning
Big Counter- Attack
(Continued from page one)
the picture, the Germans claiming
the sinking of a cruiser and damage
done to a British warship. No men
tion was made of German submar
ines, some observers believing that
they will be put into use if and when
the Nazi hordes start a dash across
the English Channel.
Tension continues to grow in
Rome, a late report stating that Italy
would enter the struggle within a
week or ten days.
Russia returned to the news today
when it started moving its forces
toward Rumania apparently to in
tervene should Mussolini move on
the Balkan states. Americans have
been warned to move out of Turkey
as if trouble is brew ing there.
In the United States the armament
pro-gram preparations are gaining
momentum. Allied losses today sent
stocks to new low.levels for the year.
to the National convention to support
Roosevelt for the nomination as the
Democratic candidate for a third
term. A number of able speeches
were made m support ol the third
term, among them being speeches by
Former Governor Cameron Morri
son, Josephus Daniels and Dr. Ralph
McDonald. Governor Hoey was silent
on the subject but must have been
impressed by the very great enthu
siasm shown for the third term move
The various candidates for gover
nor stayed very much in the back
ground except for Tom Cooper who
paraded the streets with his sound
truck and waved at the throng of
people who jammed the sidewalks.
Une of the largest crowds ever to
attend a convention was present for
the meeting which was marked by
harmony and genuine interest in con
tinuing Roosevelt for another term.
| Misses Sybil Roberson and Rosa
Moore spent the week-end in Plym
outh with Misses Belia Mae and Ma
i rnie Clyde Wells.
Children's Cotton Dresses . . 49c up
Children's Play Suite ... . . . 25c up
linyCotton This Week&Every Week
Continue A. Progressive Program
W. KERR SCOTT
/ Commissioner of Agriculture
' SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1944).
"Rigid enforcement of North Carolina's inspectional and regu
latory laws will be continued in the interest of our farmed as
well as the honest manufacturer, and we will continue our ef
forts in behalf of an adequate marketing program to give our
growers selling and grading methods that will put them on
a parity with their best informed competitors.
"We will continue to consult with all agricultural agencies on
programs for the welfare of the farmers."?W. KERR SCOTT,
Commissioner of Agriculture.
NEWSPAPERS SAY: >
Elkin Tribune?"So far as we have been able to observe, W.
Kerr Scott, Commissioner of Agriculture, has measured up to
the responsibilities of his office in s satisfactory manner. He
has been aggressive and properly mindful, we think, of the agri
cultural Interests of the State."
Oaford Ledger?"This newspaper is inclined to believe that
should Mr. Scott be returned to office his accomplishments for
North Carolina In the next four yean will be even gieatei than
they have been during his first term of office."
The Dally Advance, Elisabeth City?"Commissioner Scott, in
the opinion of this paper, is doing a splendid Job in the office
which he now holds. A farmer himself, a former county agent,
a long-time leader of farmers, he thinks their thoughts and
Thin apace contributed by W. Kerr Scott't
Friend* in Martin County.