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Carteret County news-times. (Beaufort and Morehead City, N.C.) 1948-current, December 07, 1948, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1948 CARTERET COUNTY NEWS-TIMES, HOREHEAD CITY AND BEAUFORT, N. C PAGE THREB Point Boxers W01 Meet Army Squad At Bragg CHERRY POINT y- The Cherry Point Marine Boxinri team, run-ncrs-up in the Soutneastern Ama teur Boxing tournament held in Savannah, Ga., Nov. 15-16, will journey to "Fort Bragg to take on the highly-rated Fort Bragg Army squad Thursday night. Coached by Major Henry Hise and Staff Sergeant Johnny Tins ley, the 2nd Marine Air Wing scrappers boast the outstanding individual fighter of the South eastern Amateur tourney in light weight Johnny Biancaniello, who tips the scales at 137 lbs. Biancaniello, hailing from Phil adelphia, won his laurels the hard way by posting a pair of hard iought decisions over Jackie Crav en, of Charleston, S. C, and Joe Martin of Jacksonville, Fla. Another champion of two tour naments will be fighting in the featherweight class for Cherry Point. In the person of Baseom Beaslcy, the Leathernecks possess a glover who copped both the 11th Naval District and Southeastern Amateur Featherweight crowns. Beasley, who comes from Mississ ippi, will weigh in at approximate ly 126 pounds. A newcomer to the team, Pic. Albert Rossi, may also battle in the Featherweight category, while lightweight Jimmy Smith, who lost to Joe Martin in Savannah, may attempt to shave off some poundage and scrap as a feather. Along with Biancaniello in the lightweight division will be Cpl. Kudy Lara, who hails from San Antonia, Texas. Lara dropped a close decision in the finals after winning his first bout in the Sa vannah tourney. There are no welterweight fight ers being carried by Cherry Point, but in the Middleweight class, Coach Tinsley will have the servi ces of Pfc.'s Ernie Griffin and Mike Zecea. Griffin is new to the club, while Zecca dropped a thrill ing bout to Bud Levy of the Sa vannah South Side boxing team. Both boys should weigh in at about Nip. Don Spencer and Willie Moore, a Pfc. and S-Sgt. respectively, should aid Major Hise and Coach Tinsley in the Lightweight divi sion. Spencer lost out in the S. E. A. Finals, while Moore is return ing to the fight game after a two year layoff. . . ,i. There are no heavyweight fight ers in the Cherry Point stables at present, though after January, the club will have the services of Pfc. Jim Delengc and Pfc. Angclo Cos enzo, who are now attached to the football team. The boxing team will be flown to Ft. Bragg and back by Marine Transport planes. Scouts From Troop 130 Hike lo Crab Poinl Members of Boy Scout troop 130, Morehead City, hiked to Crab Point Sunday afternoon at 1 and return ed early in the evening. The hike was conducted by Bill James, as sistant scoutmaster. The Scouts who went were Do nald Chadwick, Terry Norman, Walter Thomas, Billie Abbott, Bob bie Gates, Douglas Reynolds, Tho mas Olsen, Iva Hardy, Joe Dick inson, John Conner, and Jimmie Highsmith. Junior High Teams to Neet On Morehead City Court The 7th and 8th grade basket ball teams of Camp Lejeune will meet the 7th and 8th grade teams of Morehead City school at 3:30 tomorrow afternoon in the More head City gym. Parents have been especially re quested to attend. Proceeds from the game will be divided between the two grades for the purchase of school equipment. The Lejeune teams are coached by Fred Lewis, former principal of the Camp Glenn school, who coached the present 7th and 8th graders here in basketball several years ago. Indians Reduce Herds To Conserve Grazing Land TAOS, N. M. (AP) Tribal leaders are taking steps to im prove breeds of livestock at Taos Indian pueblo in Northern New Mexico. The campaign is designed to protect and preserve the limit ed, but fertile, lands alloted to the pueblo. Latest move was the importa tion, on loan, of an Army remount stallion to improve the breed of Taos horses. Concurrent with the stallion's arrival, the pueblo coun cil reduced to five the number of horses any family might possess and feed on communal ranges. Scientific surveys have deter mined that the carrying capacity of the pueblo's 81,079 acres is 901 animals, including both cattle and horses. Recently, there were 1400 being fed. A reduction program is in progress. Getting some of the families to dispose of their horses proved quite a problem. Tradition dating to when, the horse was the only means of transportation made many tribal elders reluctant to re duce their herds. rtE- T-? XPy uaa0 fv&ties Cjaj r coacr Morehead Hoopslers Bounce Back, Take Doubleheader From Richlands Friday night Morehead played a doubleheader at Richlands and gained a spectacular victory, the girls winning 30 2!), and the boys 41-31. A I the last of the girls' game and in the first quarter of the boys' game both, there were doubts as lo whether Morehead would come out the victor. The girls kept the lead all the way but Richlands came right up behind. Quarter scores were 12-14, 19-7, 30 17, 30-29, all for Morehead. In the last quarter Morehead didn't score a single point would have tied if one of their foul shots had counted. Patty Jean Bell foul ed out with 3 personals and 2 technicals. Even at this, she was high scorer with 15 points. Jo Jayne Windell followed with 11 and Elsie Willis made 4. For Rich lands high scorer was Wood, No. 23, with 14, second high was tied between Gurganas, No. 10 and Jar man, No. 20, with 7 each. The Morehead "Eagles" seemed to start off pretty slow, lagging at the end of the first quarter 5-9. In the second quarter they rallied and brought the score up to their favor. 21-14. In the last half two of our star players, Feaglc and Buck Matthews fouled out with 5 per sonals each, so Bob Mot thews and Mickey Woolard finished out the game. The scores in the last hall were also for Morehead, 30-20 and 41-31. High for Morehead was lied be tween Buck Matthews and Ray Lewis with 10 each. The remaining score was divided as follows: Cor dova 6, Feagle 5, Bcrl Lewis 5, Bell 3, Mickey Woolard 2. High for the opposcrs was Koonce, No. 22, with 13 points; Cox, No. 21, came up second with 8. Morehead's next game Is to be a home game, here at Morehead next Tuesday. "Gene" Long, reporter There are several instances on record in North Carolina when voracious bluefish have driven schools of menhaden on to the shore Until they were piled ,up knee deep. ll V: frlf 1 1 J t I 12 i: j $3,401 win l i N I I Dm Sktifta WWHtyi h Mi praJwl in I I Into MNt Sftrttv U pratl . Austiryichols i i mwm mm mm mm mm mm ml JA4P' Point lagers Do All Right On Bermuda Trip The Cherry Point Marine basket ball team returned Sunday after noon by . Marine transport plane from Bermuda. Result of the tiip: Wednesday night, Dec. 1 Cherry. Point lost, 51 to 49, to the Bermuda. Naval Operations Base team; won Thursday night. 50 to 34, over the Bermuda Kindley Airport team; won Friday night, 51 to 23, over the NOB team. The Kindley Air port team threw in the towel and forfeited the scheduled Saturday night game. Tonight the Cherry Pointers will play Little Creek Amphibious Base at the Cherry Point gym. The pub lic is invited. Cherry Point lias now arranged that the public can see this as well as other sporting events by merely driving to the main gate, and ask ing for temporary ticket, return able when leaving the base after the sporting event. The football team . . . The Cher ry Point Flyers (season record: wins 6, losses 4) will play a post season game tomorrow night, Dee. 8, at Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., with the Miami University freshmen. All trips are made by Marine Air transport. sum m ' VICCI, BUY Ta that wh want tin ffnttt In Hrftl, w provdly Hi Mohawk SUPER CHIEF. Thlt prainlum Hr It th uHU mmf In STHENOTH, SAFETY AND ITYUNO. M It a araawt al Mahawk'l 34 ytart' txptrtmc in Hrt cratttman hip. Available In both rtgular and whH tla wollt. fmjy N) wjufa your tm wtkUIPUCMn, POTTEd iin CO. T. T. "TOM" PUTTER, Owner Morehead City Phone M 3751 Mohawk Tires May Be Obtained at WILLIS SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION Morehead City, N. C. POTTER'S SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION Beaufort, N. C. WALTER B. CHADWICK Straits, N. C. STANLEY'S . SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION Swansboro, N. C, , BASfittBSLL. SOFTS' OF" Af Ntwiftalurtl fc Teen Topics By "Gene" Long Morehead High School Hi folks! The Glee Club has begun lo practice the Christmas music for the Union Church service to be held at the school on the night of December 12. The Glee club has three divisions; the girls" chorus, the boys' chorus, and the mixed chorus. Each have arranged special music lor this service. The Student Council had a meet ing week before last at which they discussed several things. First of all, they arc sponsoring a dance for the students which will be for mal (and, I might add, free,!) and will' be held at the Teen-Age club on, Thursday, December 23. Every high school student is invited lo attend. They also discussed the condi tion of the halls. It seems as if they arc always cluttered with pa per no matter how many times our janitor sweeps. The students just aren't doing their best to keep our school a neat, clean place to stay in. The Beta club- is-working hard on a clean-up campaign which has been going on since the first of school and the rooms are beginning to show a great deal of improve ment. But thev don't grade the See TEEN TOPICS Page 8 CITY THEATRE Morehead City TUESDAY WEDNESDAY JOHN LUND JEAN ARTHUR in "A FOREIGN AFFAIR" THURSDAY - FRIDAY ROY ROGERS DENNIS DAY ANDREW SISTERS " in "MELODY TINE" ROYAL THEATRE MOREHEAD CITY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY TOM CONWAY MARY PALMER in "13 LEAD SOLDIERS" THURSDAY FRIDAY LORETTA YOUNG JOSEPH COTTEN v in "FARMER'S DAUGHTER" Newport Defeats Pirates 42-39 In Thriller at Swansboro Before a packed house of thrill ed spectators Newport defeated Swansboro Pirates 42-39 Thursday night in the Swansboro gym. It was an exciting game from start to finish with Newport gain ing the lead in the first quarter 4-3. In the second quarter Parkins and Bell started racking up points for Swansboro but soon Newport regained the lead as Diffcc and Koontz opened up with' a barrage of pivot shots. Culbreth and Robertson also opened up, putting Newport 23-19 over the Pirates at the half. The fouling ran unusually high for both sides, Newport with 16 per sonal fouls and Swansboro with 12 personal fouls and one technical. Koontz, forward, was high scor er for the winners with 17 points, and Diffee, center, was second with 8, Robertson, guard, 6, Culbreth, forward, 6, Haskelt, forward, 4, and Phillips, guard, 1. For the losers, Parkins, guard, was high with 12, Bell, guard, with 7, Tolsen, forward, 5, and Provost, forward, 6. Up until the last minute, it was anybody's game. But the final score was Newport 42, Swansboro, 19. Both teams played rough but there was u display of fine sports manship. When the first U. S. census was taken in 1840, only 40 percent oi the total population was found to be literate. i EVERYTHING For The Holiday Season TURKEYS - CHICKENS - FRESH VEGETABLES - CRANBERRY SAUCE PECANS & ASSORTED NUTS Everything Priced Irom Freeman Dial M-5751 M-5761 $200 WILL $400 WILL Awards Are Made At ASK FOR DETAILS AT ANY PARTICIPATING STORE IN MOREHEAD CITY Watch For the Placards In the Stores oi Morehead Beaufort High Cagers Meet Lejeune Tonight Beaufort has a good chance of winning against Lejeune tonight if the team has lots of support, not only by the student body but by many of the older basketball fans. How about piling in the car tonight and taking a run up to Lejeune? Show the teams we're proud of Ihe record they have made so far. If they have the old team spirit they can give Lejeune a lot of trouble if they know they have others root ing for them, (hey might bring home Ihe bacon! Sports Editor. British Baby With Outside Liver Survives Operation LONDON (AP) A gill, horn with liver a id intestines out side her body, lias made an "un eventful recovery" from an opera tioncarried out two hours after birth -to put these organs in their normal place. Two London doctors. U S. S. Acharya and R. W. Bur.slom. re ported the case in the "British Medical Journal." They said they believed Ihe child "was the young est to he anesthetized successfully with cyclopropane." GOOD TO EATB To Fil Your Cudgel H '-r Fifth. ceorge o br.en VI USlJA "TROUBLE Bi x"0! IN sumdown" F0S. R sTkW MA.M.ENE MCI! :1 m09mU WM fH STRAIGHT WHISKEYS IN THIS PRODUCT , , iwtiiMD I nniii iiami, nam, lima t ! ,. i BaaaaaaataaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBBaM C AN FEEL LIKE THIS? -THE PRESCRIPTION IS SIMPLE -JUST Shop In MOREHEAD CITY o Morehead City Merchants Are Awarding A Total Of $1000 IN CASH TO SHOPPEKS HI HOBEHEAD COT! o $200 Was Awarded This Past Saturday $600 Still To Be Awarded Between How and Christmas RE AWARDED ON EE AWARDED ON 1:30 P. M. In Froni HERE AND THEBE (Continued From Fage Two) building of the First Baptist church of Morehead City got un derway last week. The old house that lias been used' for Sunday School purposes by the church has been moved to the vacant corner of the church property and will be utilized for class rooms until the new structure is finished. E. C. Willis and Sons, who have the con tract for the erecting of this build ing, will start work just as soon as the site is cleared and leveled. We caught this item from Hen derson whereby the City Fathers have had bags placed over the parking meters of that city on each Friday and Saturday until Christ mas to give shoppers a break as well as the merchants. The bags have a notice on them announcing free parking for the two days of each week. V: ca:r Gils a fine civic gesture and pass it along to the city fathers of both Morehead City and Beaufort. Reminiscing Whenever we go into Fred Roy al's hr.rher shop for a hair cut we always come away with some in formation of early happenings a houl the city or county. Fred's mind is a storehouse of local his tory. Sitting in the chair a few days auo for the usual clipping, the sub ject of Mayor's court was brought up. This put Fred in mind of the YOU saL9B I y-' 1 1 u Wvm atncHi II BlVtr THEATRE BEAUFORT Dafall WEDNESDAY THURSDAY 9f hmPttr .A b I ERROL FLYNN ll ."A ANN SHERIDAN , l mTa""yEB' Vi E VC"W 11 FRIDAY SATURDAY rA ft y.MLhF'YA ? lC DOUBLE FEATURE B WHISKEY, ti NIUTRAl SPIRUk, 9ISTIUJ0 I a. . ., I "0M?,N. , OF NEW ORLEANS' J DECEMDER 11 AND DECEMBER 18 CHRISTMAS EVE, DECEMBER 24th 01 Municipal Building On Dates SpecUied Participating City penalties meted out by the mayors of 50 years ago when any teen-ager came up for having caused some boyish trouble. j Sentence could be worked but in two ways. One was to go but to the cemetery and spend a, Sat urday or two cleaning up 4nd planting cedar trees or to "drive down the nails on the, board walk extending from the Charles hotel at 9th street to the Atlantic hotel. This walk is said to have aen eight feet wide of heart pine' and the nails had a habit of working up from constant walking. Given hammers the boys would creep a long he walk sinking all nails that protruded as stub toes. If any of the boys said their prayers at night after that job, they them standing up. Stainless steel contains about 13 per cent chormium. A calm is a wind or air move ment of less than one mile per hour. BEAUFORT THEATRE Beaufort, N. C. EaBBBa mmmmmmmMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm WEDNESDAY ONLY GUY MADISON DIANA LYNN "TEXAS, BROOKLYN, AND HEAVEN" THURSDAY - FRIDAY LINDA DARNELL CORNEL WILDE "FOREVER AMBER" Sea Breeze '"Mi.- 'A , ;. n;. K ',Y. I ii ii, -id t.W

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