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Carteret County news-times. (Beaufort and Morehead City, N.C.) 1948-current, October 08, 1948, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1948 CARTERET COUNTY NEWS-TIMES, MOEEHEAD CITY AND BEAUFORT, N. C. CEMETERY (Continued From Page One and many others were saying "Ma-ma" and taking their first steps at about the same time as George Washington, There are those lying beneath the live oaks who in their hearts knew loyalty only to King George, there are those who were indifferent in the conflict, those as always who a waited to see which would be the winning side, and there are our THEATRE SATURDAY GEORGE O'BRIEN in "LAWLESS VALLEY" 0 0 BORIS KARLOFF in "son or FRANKENSTEIN" SUNDAY MONDAY WILLIAM BISHOP GLORIA HENRY in "ADVENTURES OF SILVERADO" SATURDAY CHARLES STARRKTT SMILEY BURNETTE in "STRANGER FROM PONCA CITY" 0 o WILLIAM GARGAN in 'WATERFRONT AT MIDNIGHT" CITY SUNDAY MONDAY THE QUEEN OE THE SCREEN IS A SCREAM K t-4 IV" 1R ttffEER $8l PETERIAWF0RD-QIZABOHTAYL0R CESAR ROMERO IUCI1E WAfSOR . NIGEL BRUCE MA1Y BOLANO - REGINALD OWLIt American Patriots. Names in the cemetery repre sent not only Beaufort but every corner of the county: Leffers, Borden, Stanton, Bells, Burns, Sa bistons, Hills, Davises Chadwicks, Whitehursts, Pigotts, Jones, Fi vers, Hellens, Rumleys, Hatsells, Duncans, Arringtons, Dills, and scores of others. Whatever their loyalties they were ours, and the town which we love is as it is in part because of them. Restoration An association made up of civic and religious organizations of the town decided some time ngo that something should be done about the old graveyard that has fallen on evil days. For over a year work of restoration has gone on without cessation. The Carteret News Times which has given splendid cooperation throughout carried a report of this work in your paper on Tuesday. The job is not yet complete. Approximately $1,000 has already been spent but an other $1,000 is needed. One hun dred and thirty six stones and graves have been restored which repiesents participation by ninny families. There are still those whom we feel would like to be represented in the work. A list of these will be visited next week and given an opportunity to have a part in the restoration of this, our heritage. From the Association Let F. R. BELL Be Your Druggist Satisfaction With Every Purchase BEAUFORT Benton To Coach Newport Teams Four Letiermen Back As 1949 Disiricl Champs Be gin Hoop Practice Wayne Benton, former Atlantic Christian college star, has been appointed new coach at Newport High school. Mr. Benton replaces Mr. Moose Tcnncy who coached last season. The new coach was a two letter man in basketball and baseball and, also, played for Morehead All-Stars this past sea son. Mr. Benton previously coach ed Lemon Springs, N. C, and was very successful. Newport has lost five good play ers since last year. There are only four veterans of the old team left: Doug Phillips, a two letter man who last year scored 222 points; Don Koontz, a two letter man who scored 218; Herbert Diffec, two letters, who scored 180 for his rec ord; and Tom Robertson, one let ter. Eddie Gray, Jack Butner and Gene Wallace are the new pros pects this year. The Gremlins last year won the County Championship, State Dis trict No. 2 Championship and went to the finals at Chapel Hill and this year expect to exceed that rec ord. Bucky Hopkins, who has done a superb job of managing for two years, is replaced by Jerry Diffec. OBITUARIES Mrs. Emma B. Slewart Funeral services for Mrs. Emma Bell Stewart of Washington, D. C, and Beaufort, Were held in Ann Street Methodist church yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Rev. T. R. Jenkins, pastor, officiated. Interment followed in Ocean View cemetery. Mrs. Stewart died at her home at 2530 12th st., N.W., Washing ton, D. C, of a heart attack Oct. 4. This was the third attack she had suffered since she was first stricken in Beaufort Sept. 4. She is survived by her husband, Alexander b. Stewart; one son, James W. Stewart; a daughter, Mrs. Margaret S. Brown; two grandchildren, Jack and Morgan Stewart; and two sisters-in-law, Miss Lula Stewart and Mrs. John W. Stewart. All the survivors live in Washington. Speak well of your encmies you made 'cm. You Are Cordially Invited To The FORMAL OPENING of the Robert L. Rose Motor Company CHERRY POINT HAVELOCK P. O. NORTH CAROLINA FRIDAY 8 OCTOBER 1948 BOB ROSE President A Hew 1949 Ford Sedan Will Be Sold Tonight, Ocl. 8th At $100 BELOW The List Price HEBE ARE THE BOXES: 1. No new or used car dealer can draw. 2. The person whose name is drawn must be 21 years of age or older. 3. The buyer will not be allowed to resell or trade this caror a period of 12 months. 4. Everyone interested in buying must register before 7 p.m. COME ONE COME ALL TO THE GRAND OPENING J. A. Wilkinson to Address Reautort Rotary Club John A. Wilkinson, Republican candidate for the U. S. Senate, will address the Beaufort Rotary in a non-political speech at their regular meeting Tuesday night at Inlet Inn. Mr. Wilkinson will also speak before the Beaufort PTA later in the evening. Men are like steel of little use when they lose their temper. CHOICE OF COLE BROS. CIRCUS Mange cues thought hopeless re sponded to new fcmula 64 Pene trating vegetable nl with IMPORT ED CLAY. DOGS: Heals any mange, moist ot dry eczema and promotes hair growth or your money back. LIVESTOCK! Sore head on POUL TRY! HUMAN USE: Positive relief for dandruff, itchy scalp, dry falling hair. At drug and feed stores or write Happy Jack, Inc., Dept. W, Snow Hill, N.C. 10oi.JI.50.24oi. 13. Postpaid. BEAUFORT IIIIATHL Beaufort, N. C SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE MONTE HALE in "UNDER -COLORADO -SKIES' arso x LESLIE BROOKS ROBERT PAIGE "BLONDE ICE" 9 0 9 0 o SUNDAY MONDAY cope I JULJ a . as v au.m WILLIAM ii I IKINC : POWELL-DUNNE! ELIZABETH TAYLOR PLUS LATEST NEWS OH, DIANA! A Pennypacker From Heaven HIS NAME IS PENNYPACKER Af$W!V , fl J JEEPS, THAT YOU STEPPED II HET3E, LET ME HELP AND HE AAU9T -JWCK A LOAD fMSlcir l(Wt WAS CLOSE P.K3HT IN FPONI YOU... AAV NAME OF ORE. WHAT ,Wy rOt" JM'WA I FEEL FAINT L OF ArtE. IS PENNYPACKEO. f A m. D1ANA1 i DIANA COMES THROUGH ' , 1,1 LET MC TAKE , YO(jj j I VS JUSTl I "AT 1 II r 1 I HOP IN....THATS II Mil NAME IS I LOOK, THUS lLSF.. youa ON VY WAY I HAWBERT 1 YES. 1 1WHERE I'M HEADING GERALD PENNYPACKER HE IS NOW... OH. DIANA! , . . ,- : ,-. . . JUST BY CHANCE HURP.V, WEtJE ON rTV I I JEEPS. I I V II I I THtVRC T VVN I I HI DIANA i r?Wu 1 OUP WT7 DC LETS 60 MsflLLTHEPr AV 1 rffe llll Kirs. Bob Williams Heads Auxiliary Mrs. Bob Williams, 2003 Aren dell st., has been elected president of the American Legion auxiliary of post No. 46, it was announced today. Other new officers were elected at a recent meeting of the auxil iary in the civic center, 9th and Evans streets. The group will meet monthly in this building on the third Monday of each month at 8 p.m. Miss Corel ta Thompson will serve during the year as vice-president, Mrs. Koper Van Horn, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Richard Swin dell, chaplain; Mrs. Alvah Ham ton, sergeant at-arms. Mrs. Luther Hamilton, historian; Mrs. John Lashley, child welfare, Mrs. Philip Ball, rehabilitation chairman, Miss Eloisc Freeman, membership chairman, Mrs. E. A. Council, publicity chairman, and Mrs. John Phillips, radio chairman. stickers, Arvel Hydor Raines was fined costs, and Harry E. Sellers forfeited his bond. The case a gainst John Bunch on the same charge was continued. Vernon Mann received a sus pended sentence upon payment of costs for public drunkenness. Nol pros with leave was ruled in the case of Rosctta Davis, alias Rosetta Davis Edwards, as state's witness Eleanor Johnson has re peatedly failed to appear. Assault charges against Evangeline Dcbrix ' PAGE THKK3 ! 1 ',.-' were continued. ' The case of Harry L. 'Bflflip charged with non-support was ril ed nol pros with leave, and t$e case against George Earl Gridttf, charged with drunken driving, wfci continued. .t,i COURT (Continued From Page One) careless driving, speeding, and as sault with a deadly weapon, to wit, an automobile" and larceny of one acetylene torch and cart valued at over $200. For failure to display inspection I . - , - iH .1 , i -' '' ' i I I ftt I -JmL H II III. IktT Hl' fU THIS IS WtlSML FIRE PBEraTION MS PLAY SAFE! USE GASI HERE ARE THE FACTS AND FIGURES WHICH PROVE THE SAFETY OF GAS! CONCERNS YOU! THIS CITY OF MIAMI, FLORIDA To Whom Ii Nay Concern: This will cerliiy as to the cause of building fires within the Corporate Limits of the City of Miami, Florida, during the year of 1945: Cause No. 1 Chimneys, Soot Burning G Cause No. 2 Defective or Overheated Chimneys, Hues .'! Cause No. 3 Sparks on Wooden Shingle Koofs IV Cause No. 4 Sparks on Other Roofing 0 Cause No. 5 Defective Heaters 2 Cause No. 6 Rubbish Near Healers 1 Cause No. 7 Combustibles Near Healers 12 Cause No. 8 Open Lights, Flames 5 Cause No. 9 Hot Ashes 0 Cause No. 10 Oil Burners 10 Cause No. 11 Starting Fires, Kerosene, Gasoline 0 Cause No. 12 Careless Smoking 131 Cause No. 13 Children With Matches 9 Cause No. 14 Other Careless Use of Matches 2 Cause No. 15 Defective Electric Wiring 37 Cause No. 16 Electric Appliances and Motors 79 Cause No. 17 Home Dry (leaning 1 Cause No. 18 Other Use of Inflammable Liquids 4 Cause No. 19 Lamps and Stoves 72 CAUSE NO. 20 GAS and APPLIANCES 6 Cause No. 21 Grease on Stoves 24 Cause No. 22 Spontaneous Ignition 11 Cause No. 23 Fireworks 0 Cause No. 24 Lightning Redded Buildings 0 Cause No. 25 Lightning Not Rodded i Cause No. 26 Thawing Pipes 0 Cause No. 27 Sparks from Machinery 4 Cause No. 28 Incendiary 2 Cause No. 29 Miscellaneous Known Causes tg Cause No. 30 Suspicious 10 Cause No. 31 Unknown 15 TOTAL IsT A. M. WILLIS, Chief Bureau of Fire Prevention. t 1 1; Ml "Art 'I' 3 4, I: Out of a Total of 481 Fires Only Six Were Caused By Gas and Ad pliances, and III EVERY CASE, 11 Was Established That the Fault Lay With the Operator! Help Prevent Fires T 1 mm- .id- imr. lUM. .at, VttK, I ua. ''VSjfc , 1 lit. fa IMS SI "".lAf.-ili;- Your ICC Gas Dealer In .;!; Ij'Umx- 28th & ARENDELL STS. TMADk-MARK PHONE 5827 KC2EIIEAD CITY 3

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