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CARTERET COUNTY 10c Astronomical Data Sun Rises Tomorrow 1:93 AM Sun Sets Today 4:56 PM Moon Rises Tomorrow 12:44 AM Moon Sets Today 1:29 PM A Merger of TEE BEAUFOBT NEWS (Established 1912) and THE TWIH CITY TIMES (Established 1936) PUBLISHED TUFSDAYS AND FRIDAY1 38th YEAR NO. 59. EIGHT PAGE I MOREHEAD CITY, AND BEAUFORT, NORTH CAROLINA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1948 EIGHT PAGES MEWS MES Coast and Geodetic Survey WantsNamesin County Changed The survey of Carteret county made recently by the Coast and Geodetic Survey in its work in this territory during the past year has resulted in the C & G Survey sug gesting that many of the names of inlets, rivers, and channels in this county be changed. The careful assignment of these names is especially necessary to aid navigation and rescue work, officials said. The Survey wants a tidal inlet n Carteret called "Jump and Run" instead of "Widders Gut," and a mile-long stream here to be called "Jumping Run." The Board of Geographic Names has taken the proposed names un der study, along with 25 other name suggestions from the same agency for places in Carteret coun ty, one in adjoining Pamlico coun ty and five localities in the "ship wreck zone" of Cape Hattcras. Widders Gut is near the mouth of Middens creek east of Smyrna village. Jumping Run flows east and south into the north side of Bogue sound four miles east of Broad creek. The Pamlico county proposal is Burton creek, a northern tributary of Broad creek. The stream on some maps is shown as Buxton creek. The Hattcras proposals: Dia mond Shoals, extending southeast from Cape Hatteras for 10 miles, not to be called Hatteras Shoals; Hatteras Shoals, the inner section of Diamond Shoals, not to be call ed the Split; Hatteras Slough, be tween inner Diamond Shoal and outer Diamond Shoal, not to be Commissioners Hear Report On County Audit County commissioners at their December meeting yesterday morning in the court house heard a report on the audit for the fiscal year 1947-48 from L. R. Ausbon, accountant with the firm of Wil liams and Wall, Raleigh. Highlights of the report were the reduction of the county's bonded debt by $70,000 and a 91 per cent collection on the current tax levy. Mr. Ausbon commended the keeping of records in all of the county offices with which he had to deal in making the audit. Total revenue of the county for the recently closed fiscal year was $442,068. Including the amount paid to county teachers by the f-'e the total income was $760, 298. because of an increase of one million dollars in property valua tion during the past year, taxes col lected increased. The largest a mount of money ever collected through the clerk of court's office was recorded for 1947-48, $27,296. The welfare department spent $1,820 mere than its allotted a- mount. "In spite of good times, our charity cases are increasing, com mented Dr. K. P. B. Bonner, chair man of the board. At the conclusion of the report, Mr. Ausbon requested that the county renew its contract with his firm for 1948-49. The request was granted. The commissioners agreed tr pay Alvah Hamilton, county attor ney, to search title on shore land at Sea Level in order that dredg ing of the Sea Level basin can be undertaken. The board also re rturd the valuation n W. D. Hw land property In Morehead City . irom kJ.uuU to $2,500. At the request of Harkers Island REA, Shuford Guthrie, Harkers Is land, was appointed electrical in spector there. A resolution was i clso ordered to be sent to the State Highway and Public Works commission requesting that the Gloiiv sster road be filled in to pre vent the tide from flowing over it. The county property at Newport, formerly belonging to T. S. Smith, heirs, was purchased by L. C. Car roll, Newport, for $35. jj ASHC?PW3 VAYS 'OmimisTaAS called Outer Slue channel; inner Diamond Shoal, middle section of Diamond Shoals; outer Diamond Shoal, southeasternmost section of Diamond Shoals. The other Carteret county pro posals: Bardcns inlet: Passage between Core Danks and Shackleford Banks north of Cape Lookout; named for Graham Arthur Barden, a con gressman from North Carolina; Carteret county; not Lookout Bight channel, the drain. Bells island: Marshy island in Core sound about 1 mile east of i Marshallberg, Carteret county; not: Great Marsh. Berry bay; Bay west of Core sound and south of Thorofare bay j and Cedar island, Carteret coun-, ty; not: Barry bay, Barry's bay. j Browns island: Island about 1.5 miles long, north of the east end of Harkers island and separated from it by Westmouth bay and Eastmouth bay, Carteret county; not: Harkers island. Cart island: Marshy land about 1.5 miles long, southeast oj! Beau fort and separated from the main land bv Taylor creek, Carteret county; not: Carrot island. Cedar Bay point: Point on the south shore of the Neuse river about 4 miles upstream from its mouth and north of the entrance to Cedar bay, Carteret county; not: Mulberry point. Cedar Island bay: Bay about 2.8 miles long by 1.5 miles wide, be tween Cedar island and Hog is land, Carteret county; not: Cedar bay, Hog Island bay. East Carolina To Meet at Greenville Friday - Dr., Lorn W. Barclay, national director of publications for the Boy Scouts of America, will be the principal speaker at the 1948 an nual meeting of the Scout organ ization in the East Carolina coun cil at Greenville Friday, it was dis closed today by James D. Potter, Beaufort chairman of the Carteret District committee. Tickets for the annual meeting this year may be obtained from Cubmasters, Scoutmasters and county chairmen of the East Caro lina Council or may be ordered direct from the council office in Wilson. The meeting will be held at E. C. T. C. in Greenville at 7 o'clock. During this meeting, Silver Bea ver awards will be presented. Well known figures in Scouting from throughout North Carolina will be recognized and officers for the new year will be elected. More than 300 Scout Leaders, parents and friends of Scouting are expected to attend the meeting which is expressed by Scout lead ers as being the "greatest inspira tional meeting of the year," Mr. Potter commented. Dr. Barclay received his prelimi nary education in Poplar Hill, On tario. He was graduated from Be thany college in 1908 and conduct- I ed further studies at Yale universi ty for several years. In 1935, Be thany college conferred upon him the degree of Doctor of Humane Letters. While at Yale, Dr. Barclay was in charge of the boys clubs of Lowell Settlement house. He spent summer months directing play grounds in Albany, N. Y., and in Homestead, Pa. During 1931-1933 he was direc tor of the 'National Parks associa tion with headquarters in Washing ton, D. C. ' Farmers Vote For Soil Conservation Conncilmen Ballot boxes have been placed in the various communities through out the county for election of the county committee, Lower Neuse Soil Conservation district. Running for county committee men are Neal Campen and W. J. Hardesty. Voters will select one if the above, or write in a name on the ballot. The boxes will remain at the various polling places during this week. Cannly Court Receipts Total $1,851 last Month ; Court receipts for the month of November, according to the report civen county commissioners at their meeting in the court house yesterday totaled $1,851.78. Amount received from recorder's court was $1,591.70, superior court $55.20, probate and clerk's fees $69.79, and miscellaneous clerkl fees, $135.12. Cedar Island point: The eastern most point of Cedar island, at the south side of the entrance from Core sound into Cedar Island bay, Carteret county; not: Robinson point. Core Banks: Outer barrier beach extending northeast from Cape Lookout to Swash inlet, along the southeastern side of Core sound Carteret county; not: Core bank, Portsmouth Bank, Portsmouth Banks. Fortin island: The westernmost of a small group of islands in Core sound about 3 miles southeast of the village of Davis, Carteret county; not: Forten island, Koiler island. Fulchcrs creek: Stream about 1 mile long flowing southeast into Core sound about midway between Nelson bay and Brett bay, Carteret county; not: Huff creek, Huffs creek, Huff's creek. Great Marsh point: The south end of Bells island, on the west side of Core sound about 1 mile east of Marshallberg, Carteret county; not: Bell point, Bells point, Bell's point. Great pond: Pond in the north western nart of Hog island, on the south side of Pamlico sound, Car teret county; not: Oyster bay. Howland creek: Stream about 2.2 miles long, flowing south-south-cast into Jarrelt bay; its course lies about halfway bciween Willis ton creek and Smyrna creek; Car teret county; not: Frowland creek, Frowland's creek. Marshallberg: Village on the See CHANGES Page 8 Council, BSA, Big Catch Hopes A southwest wind that freshened in mid-morning yesterday blew up rough seas and wrecked hopes ol the menhaden fleet for a multi .nillion fish catch. Only about a dozen of the more than HO boats which had sailed forth serenely, all lights ablaze, at 5-30 a m. returned with as much as 100,000 fish. The majority return ed empty. And virtually all had returned by noon. The fish are out there in the sea in record numbers, fishermen re port, but add that wind, rain and log have cut this week's catches far below the record ones of the past few weeks. fisning was good tiie first three days of last week and fairly good last Friday, according to factory reports. Weather kept all boats tied up last Thursday and Friday. Town Publishes 1947-1948 Audit Appearing today on page 2 is the condensed financial statement for the town of Koreiiead City and Morehead City hospital for the fis cal year ending June 30, 1948. The audit was completed several weeks ago and approved by the town com missioners at their November meeting. Expenses exceeded revenue for the year by $7,834.54, and accord ing to the audit, the hospital opera ted at a deficit of $4,500.04. In vested in U. S. Savings bonds for the hospital, however, is $29,600. Received from the state in wine and beer tax was $3,654.40, auto and dog licenses revenue amount ed to $7,428.71, receipts from the ABC store were $7,341.84 with a like amount for the hospital, park ing meter revenue amounted to $3,677.90. Payment for meters and installation totaled $1,473.50. Paid into the debt service fund was $30,135.65, portion of the tax levy paid for the maintenance for Port Terminal was $2,531.91, pur chase of the USO building cost $3,550, and hospital operating ex penses were $156,898.58. Although the deficit at which the town operated last year was smaller than In previous years, the deficit over ' an accumulation of years totals $77,799.21.1 . The town's share of dog race track revenue was not included in this audit The money was not turned over to the town until late last summer. With those funds, however, the town has undertaken the paving of Evans street. ; WealLer Wrecks Shipping Strike Delays Departnre Of CROP Train Food Collections Will Go Ahead as Scheduled, Chairman Says Because of shipping strikes along the Atlantic seaboard, movement of the CROP box car of food from Carteret county will be delayed one week, B. J. May. CROP chair man, announced today. This, however, will not retard food collections, Mr. May empha sized. Children are expected to bring cans of food with them to school tomorrow and congregations will be expected to make contri butions of foods! I'ffs to the ser vices next Sunday. In relaying the announcement of delay to the various county chair man, Wayne McLain, state director of the Christian Rural Overseas program, declared that the train would now be a "Yulctidc Special." The train will be made up in Sa lisbury and run eastward through the state to Norfolk, Va. It will leave Carteret county Dec. 20. It should be packed and ready to go Dec. 19. Mr. May has requested that all food store merchants in Beaufort and Morehead City place a barrel or some other large container in their store so that housewives may purchase an item or two of food and drop it in as their contribution to the CROP box car. If food store proprietors have not .already been contacted by a CROP worker, they are requested lo put a container for overseas foodstuifs in their place of bu siness at once. "Your cooperation will' be greatly appreciated," re marked the county chairman. Already 65 'counties of the State, including almost all the central and eastern counties, are planning participation in the Friendship Train project being sponsored by the Christian Rural Overseas Pro gram, better known as CROP. Meanwhile, McLain said, other states across the nation are pre paring Christmas specials for the needy overseas. The need for food and fibers is being stressed as peo ple from urban as well as rural areas unite iu their efforts to col lect wheat, corn, oats, soy. beans, beans, milk, canned meats, cotton and wool. All CROP contributions will be transported overseas at gov ernment expense. There they will be handed over to church oragn izations for distribution. Special schools are also among the reci pients of CROP supplies. Help in See CROP Page 8 SaleOfTBBonds Under Way Now Sale of tuberculosis seal bonds is under way, Wiley Taylor, Jr., rhiirman of the seal sale drive in Carteret county, reported yester day. He said it is hoped that those who bought bonds last year will double their contributions in order (hat the cost of the mobile X-ray unit will be met. Mrs. William I. Loftin, execu tive secretary of the county tuber culosis association, commented yes terday on some of the letters en closed with money for the Christ mas seals. One of the letters came from a resident near Newport who is af I lifted with tuberculosis. -He said, "Welcome to my contribution. I have been in bed dangerously sick with TB almost 21 months. With drives such as this being success ful I would probably be well." Other contributors say they wish they could give more. Even those who once lived here and have now moved have written to Mrs. Lot tin, thanking her for sending them seals. The drive, as a whole, needs more wholehearted support, com merited Mr. Taylor. Up to the pres ent time most of the support has ccme from Beaufort and points east. 1 Case Against T. Willis Postponed by Mayor Dill A week's postponement of the case of Teddy Willis of Morehead, was granted in mayor's court yes terday. Willis was arrested Satur day on a charge of drunkenness. Elvtn Palmer, Negro, of the fish ing boat, Wm. T. Covington, also charged with drunkenness, forfeit ed bond when be failed to appear. Paving of Evans Strer' Begins Today Beaufort Prepares Visit at 4 Tomorrow The most famous visitor in the world will arrive aboard his yacht. "Mistletoe," at the postofiice dock in Beaufort tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock. For the first time in history, Santa Claus will come for a pre Christmas visit to Beaufort and Carteret county via the Inland Waterway. Then he will be accompanied downtown by bands and youngsters in a Rala Christmas parade. Hid ing in the Beaufort fire truck, sur rounded by hundreds of gilts, he will greet holiday crowds and hand out his gifts to the first 1,500 youngsters who present him with a letter telling him what they want for Christmas. Leading the parade will be the Beaufort school band and bringing up the rear will be the Queen itreet school band. In between will be Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, and, of course, Santa Clans. If the skies pre heavy, and rain falls tomorrow, Santa Claus warn ed the Beaufort Merchants com mittee that he would be delayed and not reach Beaufort until the following day, Thursday, at 4 o' clock. All children of the county are invited to the parade and to pre sent Santa with their letters, an nounced John Haynes, chairman of Ihc Beaufort Merchants commit tec. Last year Santa visited Bcauforl lor the first time on the Thursday before Christinas and arrived in a Jeep. In addition to the colored lights with Spanish moss the lamp posts ere trimmed with large green wreaths ''fend red bOws: Across from the postolficc was a large Christmas tree with colored bulbs. Santa Claus is visiting Beaufort eailicr this yesr because he said he had such a good time on his last "go-around" that he wanted lo get back as soon as possible. 'Capers Features Pillars Of Stardom While some of the more beau teous members of the "Hollywood Capers" cast promenade in the background, Frank llatton, fast crowding Sinatra at the ton of the Swoon scale, will sing "A Pretty Girl is Like a Melody." This is only one of the numerous highlights in the musical show which will be presented at 8 o'clock Friday nighl in the More head City high school auditorium by the Carteret Registered Nurses club. Another star of the show, whose talents will not long stay submerg ed in the chorus line, is Dave Battle Webb, known in local thea ter circles as "one of the lovelier Rockettes." Proceeds from "Hollywood Ca pers" will be used by the nurses to buy sickroom supplies. These sup plies will be loaned, as needed, to families in which there is sickness and where there are insufficient funds to purchase crutches, wheel chair, or hospital bed. The Jaycees will use their share of the proceeds to finance Christ mas projects. The all-male cast of "Capers" features numerous best known stars of the screen such as Red Skeleton, Al Jolson, Cary Grant, Fred Astaire, Mickey Rooney, Clark Gable, Gary Cooper, Hedy Lamarr, Hazel Scott, Ingrid Berg man, Lauren Bacall, Veronica Lake, Rita Hayworth, Judy Gar land, and many others. Tickets are now on sale at Leary's Store for Men, Morehead Tity Drug Co., and S & W Drug Store, or from Jaycees. Tide Table HIGH LOW Tuesday, Dec. 7 12:35 AM 6:46 AM 12:45 PM 7:26 PM Wednesday, Dec. 8 1:29 AM 7:42 M 1:38 PM 8:14 PM Thursday, Dec. 9 2:24 AM 8:41 AM 2:28 PM -0:03 PM I - . Friday, Dec. 10 . 3:18 AM - l 9:37 AM 3:22 PM 9:51 PM Although "I 'll 'Kr l'p" is the order Santa Claus expects to find in most of the letters he receives on his visit tomorrow, he won'l be nearly as dismayed as he looks here, for somehow or other, he says, come Christmas day, he manages to have all the orders filled! Judge Paul B. Edmiuuhon Hears Superior Court Cases Education Board Defers Action On Ball Park Lease Delegation from Davis Asks Permission io Purchase Davis School The Board of Education will rcn der its decision on leasing of the Beaufort school ball diamond to the Beaufort Athletic association until their January meeting. The board was asked to approve the lease presented to them at the regular meeting yesterday after noon by Wiley 'i-yior, Jr., attorney for the Athletic association. The lease, providing for $500 rental to be paid annually to the Beaufort school board of trustees, was unanimously approved by the board of trustees at their Novem ber meeting. The trustees also recommended that the board of education sign the lease. The board however, yes terday afternoon, felt that 25 years, the time the lease js to run, is "too long a perioJ of time." Mr. Taylor, contented, however, that if stockholders in the Beau fort Athletic association are to realize a profit, they will have to have the use of the ball diamond for at least 25 years. The Athletic association plans to construct a concrete and steel grandstand, scaling capacity 1200, with dressing rooms, and conces sions beneath the bleachers. This will involve an investment of ap proximetely $30,000, Mr. Taylor said. CI In reply to a question by Char les V. Webb, member of the board, the attorney stated that none of the stock has been sold as yet and no attempt will be made to sell until the prospective stockholders can be guaranteed that the grounds will be in the associa tion's possession "for a reasonable length of time." Dr. L. W. Moore, chairman of the board, stated that he is in favor of the plan, but did not feel that he could give his approval to a project that would obligate his successor. Dec Mason, other mem ber of the board, and Mr. Webb, concurred with the chairman's opinion. Dr. Moore suggested that the lease be revised to apply only to the board members' tenure of of fice, Mr. Taylor objected to this proposal and stated that he had no authority to lessen the period of time stipulated in the lease. "The. lease was first written for a period of 99 years," remarked Mr. Taylor, "but the Beaufort board of trustees objected to that and we finally agreed on 25 years." Prior to the January meeting, Mr. Taylor, at the suggestion of Dr. Moore, will request that the county attorney write to Attorney i General Harry McMullan and get his ruling on whether a governing bee BOABD Page 8 For Santa Afternoon Hearing civil cases in the one week term of superior court which opened yesterday morning at the court house is Judge Paul B. Ed mundson, Goldsboro. Eighteen of the 64 cases listed on the docket are divorce suits. Many of the others are old cases thaKtiavc never been tried -enO. have been hanging on for years; the clerk of court's office reported. It is hoped that these cases will be disposed of this term, most oi them will probably be nonsuited. Cases scheduled for trial today arc the following: Euhanks vs. Ma son and Robinson, Guthrie vs. Rus sell, 'layior and Willis vs. Willis, and Freeman ct al vs. Thompson. Cases listed for tomorrow are: Roberts vs. Lewis, Lockev vs. Loc key. Pake vs. Morris, and Barbour vs. Atlantic Beach. The schedule for Thursday runs as follows: Ha milton vs. Dye, Turner vs. Beau fort Cannery, Martin s. Felton. Edwards vs. Johnson, Reid vs. At lantic Beach, and Thomas vs. Brown. Among the cases scheduled yes tcrday were: Lynott vs. Brooks, Horton vs. Lyon, Roper Lumber Co. vs. Truitt and Hyatt, Davis and Howe vs. Morgan, Cape Lookout Dev. Co. vs. Whitchurst, Lewis vs. Hofl et al, Davis vs. Scott nnd Scott, Connor vs. Davis, Bailey vs. Bonner ct al, Helms vs. Eurc, Chadwick vs. Connore, Salter vs. Barbour, Springlc vs. Snowdcn, Jones 's. Salter, Simmons vs. Gar ner et al, Davis vs Chadwick et al, in re: Serena Dawn Lawrence, Whitley vs. Hurst, Whitaker vs. Pointer, Cannon vs. Cannon, Bell vs. Way and Guthrie, Strickland vs. Barbour et al, Brooks vs. Dele mar, Willis vs. Barbour, Guthrie vs. Russell, Huntley vs. Weeks, Standard Garment Co. vs. Lipman, Naco Fertilizer Co. et al vs. Sor rentino, Luongo vs. Sorrentino et al. Oglcsby vs. Sorrentino ct al, Oglesby vs. Sorrentino et al, Tho mas vs. Brown, and Toledo Scales Co. vs. Smith. Divorce cases are as follows: George vs. George, Gardner vs. Gardner, Lupton vs. Lupton, Reed vs. Reed, Witters vs. Witters, Itpw ell vs. Rowell, Hanrahan vs. Han rahan. Chadwick vs. Chadwick, Huughes vs. Hughes, Murdoch vs. Murdoch, Tomasetli vs. Tomasetti, English vs. English. Davis vs. Da vis, Betters vs. Betters, Gray vs. Gray, Graves vs. Graves, Graham vs. Graham, and Filmore vs. Fil more. Covering the Bv AYCOTK BROWN MOREHEAD City, N. C Bumpy Evans street here will be smooth ed out with race track dollars and the name - of the thoroughfare should be changed to Greyhound Boulevard . . . Bids for building a super fishing pier at Money Island in the Atlantic Beach area are scheduled to be in by December 30 and work on the recreation pro ject will get underway immediate ly. High above the rlouds over the mid-Atlantic recently a resident of Charlotte doubted if the Australian returning from vacation In the At 8 o'clock this morning the long-awaited paving of Evans street in Morehead City began. The go-ahead signal came at 4:53 yesterday afternoon when Mayor George W. Dill signed the contract with Z. A Sneeden's Sons. Con tractors, New Bern. Preliminary negotiations on the contract were made Wednesday afternoon when town commission ers attended a special meeting in i in- municipal building to consider a lower offer from the contractor, a price the commissioners thought hitter than the one Sneeden's Sons, originally offered last month when bids were formally requested. If the job costs less than the $25,000 estimated, other streets in the city will be repaired, stated Ihc mayor. The Evans street re surfacing, laying an inch and a half of sand asphalt, will he from 4th to 2Hth street. I). I,. superintendent of the job, s lid at the signing of the contract that one half of the .street would be paved al a time so that oneway traffic could move along Evans street until the job is com pleted. With favorable weather Mr. Buss estimated that the paving would require 10 days. There will be a total working crew of 35, although the ditching force will be town labor. Two local men who have had years of experience in road work will assist in the work, reported Mayor Dill. They are Red May berry and J. V. (Hooly) Waters. Employing local men will result in a saving to the town, the chief executive commented. Time-keeper on the job will be John Lushley, city clerk. The asphalt is being trucked here from an asphalt plant neat Jacksonville. H. Webb Requests Early Mailing - Postmaster Harold W. Webb, Morehead City, today appealed to local residents to plan to mail all Christmas greeting cards and gift packages "just us early in Decem ber as possible." An even heavier flood of Yulc tidc mail is expected this Christ mas than during the record-breaking 1947 holiday season, when the local post office cancelled 123 386 pieces of mail. "If you postpone mailing to the last minute this year," Mr. Webb warned, "you risk disappointed your friends. Your holiday mes sages and gifts may be caught h the rush and perhaps not deliver ed until after Christmas." All packages should be mailed before Doc. 10 to assure delivery before Christmas Day, he said. Christmas cards for out of state delivery also should be mailed by Dec. 10 and cards for local ad dresses should be in the collection boxes at least a week before Dec. 25. Early Christmas mailing is ex tremely vital, the postmaster s;U(t because handling the Christmm mail load is divided into three phases. First, the mail for out-of-town must be collected and dis patched by rail and air. Then, de livery of Yuletide greetings being exchanged locally becomes the big job. Finally, there is the last-minute flood of cards and packages from out-of-town to be handled. "Whenever these three .opera tions overlap, there's a jam in the post office and deliveries are de layed," Mr. Webb declared. The post office is already making emergency preparations to meet the Christmas rush. They ace training extra mail clerks and car riers, oiling up the stamp-cancellation machines, opening new ser vice windows, and collecting and overhauling delivery trucks. V "We" would appreciate it if peo ple would stop in this week and purchase the extra stamps they're going to need," the postmaster said. "This is oie nhase of Hirist See MAILING Page 8 Waterfront Alps had ever heard of North Ca rotin . . . "Oh yes!" replied the Englishmen, "I was aboard ship in i.xohead City, North Carolina, -during the early part of the War. It's that place where they have the ii-"m neafond restaurant.". ' " The foregoing were some of the items I picked up here on the weekend, on mv first Visit to the Carteret port city In several days. Work on Evans street, which be gins near the tip of the peninsula and extends two or three miles westward becoming a swanky soundside residential section some See WATERFRONT Page I

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