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CARTERET COUNTY NEWS-TIMES, BEAUFOST AND MOREHEAD CITY, N. C.
FRIDAY, JULY Z, IMS
Mrs. Chirles Johnston spent the
weekend at Washington, D. C.
Mrs. Gertie Willis and sister,
Mrs. Lida Davis, of Marshallberg,
visited relatives here Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. George Adams, Jr.
and Mrs. George Adams, Sr., of
Morehead City, Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Lewis, Jr., and Mrs. Hilda Gillikin
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vivian
Chadwick Sunday and Sunday
Captain and Mrs. H. C. Willis
spent a few hours at Marshallberg
with Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Piner Fri
Miss Annie Moore Piner who
spent the weekend at Marshallberg
with her parents visited her grand
mother here Saturday.
Little Phillip Lynch was badly
cut on the back while in swim
ming last Thursday. He was taken
to Beaufort to a doctor and sev
eral stitches were taken. At this
time he is getting on nicely.
Mr. Charles Johnston of New
Jersey, and brother, Kdward John
ston, of Florida, visited relatives
here last week.
The Woman's Society of Chris
tian Service met at the home of
Mrs. J. B. Davis last week.
Mrs. Fannie Nelson and
Hettie Stead, of Gloucester, visit
cd relatives and friends here
Mrs. Eula Willis is quite ill at
this time. Her sister, Mrs. Mag
gie Bell, of Morehead City, spent
Sunday with her. Her friends are
wishing her soon to be better.
Mrs. Drene Simpson, Mrs.
Blanche Willis and Mrs. Eileen
Yeomans spent Thursday at Beau
fort visiting relatives.
Mr. Milton Chadwick of Straits
spent Sunday here with Mr. and
Mrs. H. R. Chadwick.
Mr. J. B. I)a"is had the misfor
tune of falling from a stage last
week and badly hurting his ankle.
He is better at this time.
Mrs. Miles Willis spent several
days last week at Strails with her
aunt, Mrs. Mary Whilehurst, who
has been quite ill for sometime.
Mrs. L. F. Tavlor entertained
company from New Bern one day
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Prime Minister Nehru
Hints at Southeast Union
NEW DELHI (AP) A closely-knit
grouping of Southeast Asia
nations for purposes of trade and
defense is envisaged by Prime Mi
nister Jawaharlal Nehru. The
sphere would include a broad
sweep of rich, largely undeveloped
lands stretching from Pakistan and
India on the west to Indonesia on
the east. And ultimately, says Neh
ru, it should include the Philip
pines, Australia and New Zealand.
Nehru stressed that the basis of
the idea would be geography
not race or religion.
He said the movement probably
would begin with two or three
countries and widen gradually. He
suggested that Pakistan, Nepal,
Ceylon, and Burma might be
among the first to draw together.
Siam, Malaya and Indonesia might
A new cosmic ray laboratory
has been built on the edge of a
glacier in the Italian Alps.
Nestled among the skyscrapers on Nob Hill, San Francisco, is the
tiny Shrine of St. Francis, which has been erected on the grounds
of Grace Episcopal Cathedral. Worshippers seek out this unique
chapel with the tiny spire, and enter for prayer and meditation.
Cable cars pass every three minutes. (RNS Photo.)
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mclntyre
and two children, of Rocky Mount,
spent the week end with Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Adams and Miss Nita
Mr. H. B. Salter, Mrs. Gray Wil
lis and Mrs. Emily Nelson were in
Morehead and Beaufort on Mon
day. Mrs. H. M. Carraway, Mrs.
Pete Becton and Mrs. Charlie Pitt
man visited Mr. and Mrs. Thurman
Pittman on Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tingle and
mother, Mrs. Mary Norris left on
last Friday for Montana where
they will spend their vacation.
Mis. Eric Shephcard and two
children, of Durham are visiting
hf-r Parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Carraway at
tended church service at South Ri
ver Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Carraway find
two children, Roy Thomas and Er
nest visited here on Sunday after
Chief and Mrs. Harry Hardy, of
Norfolk, are visiting their parents
for a few days.
Mr. P. F. Carraway put in tobac
co on Tuesday. If was the first
barn this season.
Finds Long-Lost Daughter
MANILA (AP) A house
hunting woman who stopped at a
store for a drink of water was
handed the glass by a little girl
whom she immediately recognized
as her long-lost daughter.
The (reunion was a dramatic
climax to a 39-month search for
nine-year-old Violeta Ngo by her
parents, the police and the Philip
pine Red Cross. The child, se
parated from her parents in li
beration days, was picked up off
the streets and adopted by the
Briones family, owners of the shoo
where Violeta's mother stopped
for the water.
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Carraway
and son. Rufus visited friends in
Morehead City on Sunday after
noon. Quite a number attended the
dental clinic at South River on
Mrs. "Pete" Becton and child
ren are visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. M. Carraway this
Several people from Merrimon
attended church service at South
River on Sunday night.
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