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dj TUESDAY, ftECEMBE 1, IMS
CARTERET -COTJNTT tCEWSTflOES, ttOItCHEAD CITY AND W5AVP0RT, N. C
cusnny foiiit iieus
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Is Accident Experience
jyi uanug the mort.n of October
.tin liHJ tiiere were Mil reported
mi (JediS to CiViJlteu eitlp.ojoa Oi .ut
.'A station! Ttiese uiciutU-'U Ut .ut
f-T aid cases; 49 medical cases; and 2
ihlost time injuries. I1ie eswwaie.
il DIRECT COST ot these accidents,
(ic for this one month, was Wi
iiliTtiis figure is based on a recent
survey u.a jtnaiys.a cw.u..l-...u .
.in the Navy Department.
Warren L. Haines, O&R 3400
' Division, sustained a sprain to his
' "'right knee wnen he stepped trom
tne wing ot an F7F onto an 8-foot
' luuudr miiq me luuuti ujjoc, t.j
.fug him to tail iO uh- uet. ii.
"lust six Oavs in Ocobor and h..
)S 'Oit time is still continuing.
William Brunjes, PW numbing
l4c Heating, lost three days due it
.fochemical burns in both eyes.
While pumping caustic solution
'"out ot a pit, tar. Brunjes anempi
-Ified to prime the pump with the
motor running. The pump picked
"'up its own prime and some of the
solution splashed into his eyes.
Accidents can be prevented!
Safety is free! Take care to get
,' Public Works
" Paul Roberts has returned from
!j ,'a visit with his family in Kair
' niont, Minn . . . Heywood Guion
j',.,nas been doing a luuu libtunji . .
i Other recent vacationers include
Henry Gaskins, James Chadwick,
uW. J. Boyette, and Roy Penny.
' Gertie Gaskins is another cap
,,'pble seamstress who is coming out
these days in frocks of her own
creation, and very nice looking
Gene Tingle, a member of the
Carteret-Craven REA Board of Di
Trectors, -tttended a meeting of the
ociganization in Morehead City re
cently. mi According to the marriage li
censes, Walter Jams and Norma
Sarah Davis are middleaisling it.
Good-bves were s:iid recently to
Tludie Keiih, Sarah Moore and Ro
bert Reynolds, Jr.
Overhaul & Repair
() Thanksgiving vacation must have
iven people ideas. Helen Bell,
J'rogressman, nnd TSgt. George
jfribb were two who took the final
step . . . "Speck" Tyson, Planning
(Section, 'and Helen Bowman, of
,flew Bern, were another twosom?
Ifl . . Wilda Melvin and John We
Jherington, Power Plant division,
took the final vows recently . . .
L-James T. Guthrie and Alma Lois
Gillikin are now Mr. and Mrs. . . .
mmnd November 7 was the date the
I marriage of Norma Jean Edwards
and Charles Re., end pollui was
Congratulatibhs are extended
cessories division, who never miss
es while engaging is the art ot
deer hunting, has kept Oils a iw
ret, but 1 have the dope that hi
shot a deer, head J, five timfc'
and never made him change i
course. Please, in the future, reft
to John as "Dead-Eye John."
A jioup from O&R f-tr to XSA'
fornia to compare -working condi
tions in the O&R department t
El Toro, Alemeda and San Diego.
The group included: Colonel Jack,
Major Moran, Ca0t. Bui .s. u
Tan?'ff. f t, Rl" Horn' sh-ty
Ray Chugg, Frank Huber.Les Bern
wtjcay, ueorge roy, Boss Bur
roughs, Leo totersoa, wyd haM,
Raymond Hopkins, and Earl TltUl.
. . . also on d etched ditty are cetfi
Hafrell and Keith Sawyer. They
are visiting McDonald Aircraft Co.,'
St. Louis, Mo.
It's A Fact
Hanging stockings for gifts on
Christmas Eve is an outgrowth of
a legend that St. Nicholas, u a
surprise, dropped a purse filled
with money down the chimney of;
a poor family. The purse rolled
off the hearth and into a nearby
stocking thus starting the stocking-hanging
Love thy neighbor. One Of (ho
best things everyone can do at
Christmas time is to be kind to
everyone, especially the ones he
hasn't felt so kindly toward lately.
Then keep on being kind to them
in the future.
A girl is promptly kissed when
she stanr under the mistletoe be
cause the ancient Druids of Bri
tain believed the mistletoe was
given to the Goddess of Love to
keep. Therefore, every womah
passing under it must be kissed to
show the mistletoe was a symbql
Be safe, not sorry. Keep you)
tree outside until time to set It
up; if you must put it near a ra
diator, or other heating unit, turn
off the heat, inspect tree lighf
before putting them on the tree,
sets with frayed cords or broken
sockets are unsafe. If the needles
near lights begin to turn brown,
shift the light to another position.
Turn off tree lights before every
one leaves the house, 'or before
the family retires for the night. .
The family get-together tt
Christmas dates back to Pope
Telesphorius, who, in 137 A.D,
ordered that members of a family
be united for the day, in a reunion
of solemn rejoicing and feasting.
Let us all have a merry, merry,
but a safe Christmas.
I bert Jolly on his recent promotion
I. . . and to Mr. and Mrs. Peter A.
Ribis on the birth of daughter,
Mary Annette. . . . also to Edward
Johnson and R.irxvt Davis, both si'
Accessories division, who recently
were awarded $10 by the Benefi
cial Suggestion committee.
We have been faying goodbye
and hello to several employees
lately. The "Good-byes" to: Hilka
Kerner, one of the Timekeepers;
Mary Jones, Bertha Saunders, and
Henrietta Gaskins, from Power
Plant division; Myrtle Layburn,
from Accessories; Sarah Hodge
and Emma Gaskill of Finish and
Faiirc; Leonard Rawls, Willianri
Pickard and Jesse Small. Good
luck to all of you. . . .the "hellos"
to: Basil Harman, Bettie Hodge,
Nina Staten, Florence Smith and
Alberta Jones. It is nice having
you folks with us.
Beldted Thanksgiving holiday
news includes: Former employee
Howard Shell was a visitor her?
over the holiday. Howard is a stu
dent at State College, Raleigh . .
Virginia Lancaster, of Man Hour
Unit, spent the holiday in New
York City. . . .Jo Anne Ferguson
Greensboro, spent the holiday with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E
Our comrade John Rosling, Ac.
Round 'n About
With Leap Year drawing
close. J was talking to Bertha Brat
El-1 dail fuggested that" it wV
slitgutar Wat she hart never mar
ried again. She replied: "Not at
all. I have a dog that growls, a pir
rot that swears, a fireplace that
smokes, and a cat that stays out
all night. Why should I want a
Housing Project has a new em
ployee. Hello George M. Willis.
And Lula Walker is the newest
member of the glamour section at
the Dispensary. Not to be outdone,
Motor Transport is introducing
Monnie Fulcher, Jr., to one and ail
and regret that they had to say
good-bye. to George Thomas.
Station Supply (USMC)
"Betty and Richard Gray are
building a home at Newport and
plan to have it finished by Christ
mas. We are sorry ta learn that Jll
Swindell b HI.
Our Chief Clerk reminds thai
the Dispensary is Open 24 hoars
per dav so those employes on night
Shift should not delay in reporting
accidents. To put off reporting an
injury, even though tt -may be
minor, is to risk infection or other
Don't forget to send your child
to school tomorrow with a can oi
food lor the CROP box ear. ; , ; -,
C2ZE YCTLL FO ALL TE2 CTTS
YCUTE CrZI LC5 FC3
-cm rca evetstcdy
Toyi-ol AU Kinds - Fct the Kiddies
Beadihl Eledricsl Affiances' For
The Homemaker .
Teasiere WtJSa Irons Ilbors Uasy fttarr
Pkenegrapli Beccrds ior lie Jive er Classics
Come In After the Santa Parade Tomorrow and
'. See Our Beautiful GIfU
CITY ATCZJADS CO.
V ROT HAMILT$T - C. Z. CUAPPELL
Defl. i The revival which if
bejng conducted by Rev. Albert
Tiylor f Rocky Mount. Everyone
is invttod to attend.
W all hope Us- Dave Ogtesby
who continues quite sick, will soon
Mr, and Mrs. James Skinner and
frfmuy spent Thanksgiving day
with Hr, 3. i. Skinner and Mrs.
I, W. Potter of Ernul.
vlKri. PoUie Haskett spent the
weekend with Mrs. Clarence Ma-
Jtev. J. -Randal-Bennett, of
jtttotf held, services at Mt.
Pleasapt' church - Friday evening.
Uri. Lester Hiskett and little
qagflfer, wrenoa jovce oi tivo
ipent Friday in the commu-
C- C.' .CuthreH rnd Mr.
Cilthrell spent the weekend
M(ih Mr. -and Mrs. Pres.ou uia
hjitn. I Mr. and Mrs. John Chaplain
spent a while Thursday 'with Mr.
abd Mrs. J. T. Graham.
Rev. .Ernest Douthit, of Have
liqk, held services at Bay View
BWhtbrt church Sunday.
;Jilrs. Billie G. Lewis and daugh
tea Darlene spent Friday with
Mm. J. F. Small and family.
'' Uri. Kenneth Yohey and family
I Bridgeten, spent Friday witl.
Mrt. Hiott Foreman and Mrs. Dav
"Mr. and Mrs. Dk-k Conway an.
family, , oi Beaufort, attended
ChHSr services at Graham's cha
pel Friday evening.
MH Cyrus Lilly left Wednesday
for Tftossiter, Pen.na. to spend a
few days with Mr. and Mrs. Ward.
Mrjs. Walter Williams and family
spent. Friday with Mrs. Albert
Tivlor of Rocky Mount.
Mr. Jesse Finer went to Kins
ton Tuesday for treatment. We
hope she-will soon be better.
Mr. and Mrs. James Skinner end
family) Mr. J. T. Graham and Miss
Pea. Small attended the sngin.
convention at Morehead Cily Sun
Mr. Hugh Oglesby Is on the sick
list We wish for her a speedy re
Her? ' Ernest Douthit spent a
while (8Unday with Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Pearl Bordeaux held her
regular, appointment at Graham's
chipej Sunday morning and eve
ning. Mr'.- Kilby Haskett was on the
sick list last week.
Rev. Albert Taylor and Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Williams and family
spent a while Thursday at Cherry
. Misses Christine and Lawton
Mason spent Sunday pfternoon
with Mrs. Alvin Howell.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Winberry
and family moved back too their
.old home Saturday.
Miss Mildred Culpepper is on
the sick list. We wish for her a
Mr. Tull Williams, of Beaufort,
was in the community Thursdnv
Little Dale Gibble spent a few
days in the community last week
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Forest and
family, of Newport, spent Thanks
giving day with Mr. and M.S. Cal
Mr. A. L. Winberry, who is
working on a dredge baat, spe :i
the weekend with his family.
Mr. Joe Butry and brother spent
a while Saturday evening in me
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Gr.--.hair
and daughter, Linda Sue, spent .
while Thursday evening with Mrs
G. C. Cuthrell.
Mrs. Theodore Jo-'es'is on the
sick list. We all hope she will soon
Mrs. Daisv Willis, Mr. Guy Allen
Willis and M'-s. Emnm Willis in
tended church services at Gra
ham's chapel Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Triirle'h
and family, of Cherry Point, have
moved in the community.
Mrs. Bill Mason and so" Billy
snent Tuesdav with Mrs. Thomas
Haskett and family.
Mr. N. S. Conway spent a few
days last week with Mr. and I.i; -.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gibble
and family, oi Hubert, spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ma
Mrs. Nannie Snnll and Mr. C. L
Freeman and daughter. Sally Jo, oi
Bridgeton, spent a while Thursday
in the community.
Mr. ana mis. Jesse uranam -n
nounce the birth of a daughter.
S-'turday in Morehead City hospi
Mrs. J. T. Gri'ham spenl a while
S?tuldy evening wi'.h M:s. Tho
Mrs. N. S. Cinway and dangli
ter spent a while Tuesday with Mr
find Mrs. Kilby Haskett.
Mr. find Mrs I, S. Tavlor and
family, of Hubert, attended
church services at Graham's cha
pel Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Robinson
USCG, spent a while Tuesday eve
ning with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
re. l" ' ' "fif
Jzecli Edncalion System
ilne for Overhauling
PRAGUE (AP) Czechoslo
vakia's educational system is due
for an overhauling so that students
who get as far as the university
will have something more than
book knowledge. Any student ap
plying for university admission has
to pass a sort of intelligence "ac
ceptanee committee" composed of
one professor and two senior stu
dents. The answers have to be right po
litically, of course. And the an
swers may, or may not, have been
in books somewhere along the edu
cational assembly line.
It's the answers that are making
the educational authoritiessce red.
One student who applied to enter
journalism school was asked "Who
is Dmitrov?" He didn't know.
"Well, what about Vishinsky?
The answer: "Never heard the
name." Then, the candidate an
swered: "You see, I read books
o.ily by Czech authors."
One girl student who wanted to
become a school teacher and re
cited reams of Shakespeare to
prove her literary ability, was
turned down because, among other
things, she insisted beer was made
One candidate for the medical
college insisted that "The Marshall
plan is an organization of the
American Unitarian church which
distributes Bibles and baby cloth
ing in Germany ... or in western
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A television house is one of the newest developments in archi
ll dure. This plan 2659 by Herman York, architect, 199S3 Keno
Ave , Hotlhi 7, N. Y., Is designed with -a shaded alrove in the living
room to accommodate trlevisii n set, ra.-lio, record player and home
nvrvie scrcfn. The house rovers an area of 1,285 square feet. The
architect says he is convinced from experience that television be
comes a mw cenli'r in a home, sujierccd.nu the fireplace. He be
lieves that new homes should be I'laimi d lor lclcv;s'on even in areas
not yet covered by video.
Fireman, Save My Goldfish
BRIDLINGTON, England- (AP)
It looked like curtains for Sam
my the goldfish. The hot sun
shining though his glass bowl at
Miss M King's house set the win
dow drapes afire. Pretty so :m the
whole room was blazing. But Sam
my wasn't broiled. Firemen res
cued him and saved the house.
e's as perky as ever now.
Prague Diops Tito Name
PRAGUE (AP) Another
monument to Marshall Tito has dis
appeared here. The name of
Marshall Tito . College has been
changed to The College of Jan
Comenius, the noted Bohemian
scholar. Recently the name of
Marshall Tito was removed from
a heavy industry factory near Pra
gue and its prewar company name
of Kolben Danek was restored.
"Frattinlty in Ai'llon"
Building for Defense
We don't want war, but we must build our
Nation's defence with equipment and men
trained ior military service.
With safe, sound life insurance protection.
Woodmen likewise are building their defense
against unexpected disability and expected old
age. together with security for their families.
Meanwhile, they also are enjoying Woodcraft's
fraternal and social activities.
You, too. should build your future defense.
Ask your local Woodmen representative to
help you select the type of Woodmen cer
tificate that will best meet your future needs.
WOODMEN of the WORLD
Life Insurance Society
ALTON B. VICK, Disi. Rep.
Eox 621, Phone M-940 1
Morehead Ctly, N. C.
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