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CARTERET COtJNTT JJEt&flMES, tfOREBEAB CITT BEAtTOST. Jf. C
FRIDAY, DECEMBER S, 1948
present. Now he must get it direct
ly from the Legislature. '
from a serious fleart attack suffer
ed in October .... Gwyn Price,
REA head for North Carolina, i
back 'at his offic.e now after a
troublesome siege of sinus. . . .
School teachers will not receive
those handy Christmas vouchers
this year unless they have taught
the regular 20 days.
Many species of snakes eat 'chick
en eggs by swallowing them whole.
. NOTES R. D. (Red) Beam,
State College's foundation (dairy,
etc) man is gradually recovering
A Merger Of
-JU" wafllorl News (est. 1912) ft The Twin City Times (est. 1936)
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1948
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"ty Can Help!
Nine days from now a boxcar of food with label "From
."AT Carteret Ccunty" will start on its way overseas, one of numerous
"'boxcars in the CROP parade.
mi'iK, The boxcar will start, of course. IF the people of Carteret
county feel that it is as important to get that boxcar packed and
ils wav as il is to h:ve a" tneir Christmas packages wrapped
iM and ready on Christmas day.
"'Jjj' A packree of beans, a can of corn, a box of prunes will be
,H,lthe best and most appreciated "tfift" that it is possible to pur
Mioinhase this month.
Although the 1948 harvest all over the world was uiyyer thjn
n).i has been in many years, the mouths to feed have increased in
(ItminiimhiT, too. Men and women in Europe and Asia ar? existing
on a diet giving them 1,500 calories daily, as compared to 3,300
;,, .calorics daily for the avenge American.
.;mmi The Christian Ituial Overseas Program, similar to the FrienjI
'"'"khip Train to which we contributed wholeheartedly and unstint
ingly last year, is sponsored by Church World Service, Lutheran
)(IITOWirlcl Kelief, Catholic Rural Life. It is a helping hand direct
li'n"j"rom the bountiful gardens and rich wheat fields of America.
More than two years have passed since world war 2 ended,
but many more years will have to p:ss before our former allies
viifand enemies enjov a healthy existence in tny way comparable to
,m,, What is needed most ore whole grains, soy beans, dried fruits,
.twWpreserves. beans, peas, canned meats, all types of canned goods,
salt, sugar, mac:.roni, lard, syrup, molasses, cotton, canned milk,
r.'tf.pecins, candy, flour, fruit juice. Anything canned must be in
"'"tins, not glass.
"' "'' We must bear the freight costs for the car of foodstuff, and
i,; an order to raise this money, yams, potatoes, poultry, cured meats,
" "and pork, which is contributed, will be sold. Cash contributions,
".'."loo, will he accepted. These should be given in person to the
Iiev. L. A. Tilley, pastor of First Methodist church, Morehead
City, or mailed to him as soon as possible.
There can be no dilly-dallying in this project. The freight
car must join others from adjoining counties in this area. It
must leave here Monday, Dec. 13, and we should hang our heads
in shame if that car isn't jammed to overflowing by Sunday, Dec.
12, one week from this coming Sunday.
We have just passed one of America's most revered holidays.
We gave thanks now let's put the accent on giving.
..mill 1 :: 1
When a Solution Isn't a Solution
vt l One wry to stop all automobile accidents is to stop all cars.
) 'v"'' Foolish as this may be, that seems to be the aim'at the 4th
' H'n ''iand Arendfll street intersection in Morehead City. This inter
j: J OTnvection is just west of the Jefferson hotel where highway 70 cross-
!!" -cs the railroad and Arendell street. , , ,
Prior to this week there were, just twotp signs, one stop-
ping traffic going east on Arendell and the other stopping traf
4!it.;Jfic going south on route 70, also known as 4th street,
tllyl Now there are three, another has been placed to stop traffic
going north on 4th streef and as a result motorists seldom stop at
any of them. Mcst of the daily drivers in that vicinity have lcarn-
ed that if everybody stops, each sits and waits for the other fel-
low to go, suddenly all three start at once, then they all slam on
(imithcir brakes. If they wouldn't the result would be better than
e'' ''anything ever seen in an Abbott and Costello movie.
Our suggestion would be to leave the newest stop sign for
jHii traffic going north on 4th street where it is, leave the other slop
Wti!ping traffic going south on 4th where it is, remove the stop sign
tjVtvor traffic going east on Arendell and replace it with a "Caution,
'Hit .'.Dangerous Intersection" sign and also place a "Caution, Danger-
ous Intersection" sign for traffic going west on Arendell street.
Maybe a traffic engineer figured out the present three-stop
WVisystem, but it's the queerest "solution" we have ever come across.
MV The saW(j cow the Atlantic and East Carolina railroad,
jjv'nadded a bit of interest to this intersection last Friday night too.
.Wr nA freight train was parked right across 4th street (also highway
70). The caboose was off the crossing, just east of 4th street,
JMftsan unloaded flatcar, black as night, blocked north and south traf
fic, and then some boxcars were strung out down toward 5th
Maybe the nilroad dees own the right of way down the mid
''die of the main street of town ... but it's going to make a juicy
page 1 story when some motorist plows into the side of a black,
solid, box car.
': gtacy. N. C.
'-j - Nov. VI, 19
urr Santa Claus,
U are two little boys 8 and 9
irs old and have, not been so
ry bad this year. We would
for you to bring us a guitar.
;on, high tops boots size 2, Doe
set, . boxing gloves and anything
else yon can. But, Dear Santa,
don't forget our two little sisters
and our little baby brother, be
good to them and everybody also.
Smile a While
His thoughts were slow, his
words were few, end never formed
to glisten, but he was joy to all
his friends you should have
heard him listen!
About 5.8 per cent of the corn
grown In this country is used in
the corn wet milling industry.
It is estimated 20 million me'e
ors enter the atmosphere of the
We still remain your little
Delbert Lewis, Jr.
Thomas Paul Lewis
By Eula Nixon Greenwood
AMBASSADOR He will pro
bably deny having any knowledge
of it whatever, but the word was
out last week that Capus Waynick,
who directed Kerr Scott's success
ful campaign for Governor, might
become ambassador to "some
South American country."
It is known that Waynick and
President Harry S. Truman are
fast friends, and it is understood
that Waynick would like very
much to be appointed emissary to
a foreign nation. Since last spring
he has steadfastly maintained that
he would not accept any position
in the Scott administration.
SPECIAL TRAINS With both
Wake Forest and the University
of North Carolina playing in bowl
games on January 1, rumors spread
like wildfire in Raleigh on Sat
urday night that special trains
would run from Raleigh to Bir
mingham (Dixie Bowl) and New
Orleans (Sugar Bowl) on Friday,
December 30. Since New Year's
Day comes on Saturday, it seems
likely that literally thousands of
Tar Heels will spend the last few
hours of this year and the first
day of the next down in the Deep
This also goes for Phil Ellis, spe
cial events man for WPTF. Then,
of course, there is Lee Kirby of
Charlotte, Atlantic (gasoline)
This man would really be the As
sistant Governor. Although Gov.
R. Gregg Cherry has reportedly
said one isn't needed (and he
should certainly be in a position
to know), there is a move under
foot to create this new job. Scott
thinks the place -should pay about
$9,000 per year.
The Advisory Budget Commis
sion failed to recommend funds for
the new position. This body would
in all likelihood have followed
Scott's suggestion if he had been
SATURDAY ONLY - DECEMBER 4th
LADIES & GENTS'
20 Pd. OFF
LURAY PASTEL DISHES
Handsome & Well-BuiU
WALTER S. MORRIS
JUST A REMINDER This
column reported a week ago that
Henry Hilton of Lexington would
heome Personnel director a
new position of State employ-
BOWLS The Orange Bowl and
the Rose Bowl will be broadcast
over the Columbia Broadcasting
System this time, with the Cotton
Bowl agoing out over the Mutual
Broadcasting System. Harry Wis
mer, American Broadcasting Com
pany sportscaster, will do the Su
gar Bowl egain.
Two years ago right along now
Comptroller Lindsay Warren got
in touch with Wismer, who was to
do the Georgia-Carolina battle, and
told "Ca'lina," he would shoot him,
or words to that effect. So as to be
sure that no ill would befall him
at the hands of Loyal Carolina
Alumnus Warren, Wismer hit
those first two syllables in Caro
lina like a ton of bricks, and it
was CAROLINA, CAROLINA all
afternoon. Watch for it again on
The Tobacco Sports Network
hopes to carry the Dixie Bowl
game, but as of last Saturday
night final arrangements had not
IRON MAN Ray Reeve, sports
caster for the Tobacco SpoiU Net
ever, on Monday night two days
work, was stricken with appendi
citis on November 12, a few min
utes before he was to take off for
Washington to broadcast the Carolina-Maryland
game the next day.
His white corpuscle count was 19,
000 (the average for appendectomy
casej is around 8,000), which in
dicates his state of infection. How
later be broadcast from his
bed at Rei Hospital here, and the
following Saturday was over at
Chapel Hilt announcing the Duke
Carolina game to the 40 stations
nn the network. Not only does
North Carolina have about the best
football played in the Nation, it
has its share of the top-fligbt
sports announcers, too. Jim Reed
of WPTF is as good as they come.
SCOTT ABSENCE For the
first time since North Carolina set
up its budget system (1927), an
incoming Governor has failed to
attend the final deliberations of
the Advisory Budget Commission.
So, Kerr Scott has broken yet an
other record. He said he would
be there, but he wasn't. Since the
tentative fiscal policies of the first
two years of a new Governor's ad
ministration are set by this Com
mission, Mr. Scott was severely
criticized by press and people last
week. He probably had it coming
After he had been away for
three days, and still no word as to
his whereabouts, his secretary fi
nally got around to saying he was
on vacation, but she didn't know
where. Since he announced for
Governor, Scott has worked like
a slave, night and day. He wanted
a rest. He bad that coming to him,
ASSISTANT GOVERNOR Kerr
Scott asked the Advisory Budget
Commission to set up for him an
I administrative assistant position.
CARTERET COUNTY NTWS-TIMES
' , , Carteret County's Only Newspaper
'" A Merger Of .
I BEAUFORT NEWS (EM. 1912) and THE TWIN CITY TIMES (EstlflJS)
Pub! lined Tundayt and Fridays By
THE CARTERET PUBLISHING COMPANY, INC
Lockwood Phillips Publishers Eleanore Dear Phillips
Ruth Leckey Peeling. Executive, Editor ,
PubUihliw Office At
807 Evam Street, Morehead City. N. C.
130 Craven Street, Beaufort, N. C.
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