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Beaufort U* Cnirai St B 441-1
Morehead City M4 Arendelt 8t M MM
INEXPENSIVE HOME Live
?board * 32-foot auxiliary ketch,
complete with sink, stove, refrig
erator, toilet, nursery. Perfect
comfort for couple with baby.
Robert V. Crowell, Bo* 388,
Morehead City. J24p
LARGE DINING ROOM TABLE
with three extra leaves; also small
center table and one library table.
See Mrs. B. G. O'Neal or phone
Beaufort 3951. ltp
CARS and TRUCKS
1935 CHEV. sedan $ 95 00
1935 DODGE sedan 150.00
1937 CHEV. coach 175.00
1937 PLYMOUTH sedan .. 175.00
,934 FORD coupe 185.00
1941 STUDE. sedan 185.00
1939 CHEV. coach 275.00
1941 PLYMOUTH sedan 350.00
1940 BUICK sedan 585.00
1942 CHEV. coach 650.00
1948 DODGE sedan 1,385.00
1939 CHEV. ton 100.00
1936 DODGE Vz ton 125.00
1937 DODGE 1 ton 200.00
1941 CHEV. Vt ton 450.00
1947 DODGE >4 ton 850.00
PAUL MOTOR CO.
Phone B-4281 322 Front St.
GRAFTED STUART PECAN
trees. Only 25 left. 3 to 4 feet.
$2.00 each. Camellias and azal
eas. Camellias now blooming.
Copeland's Nursery, Beaufort.
Phone B-4145. J17
GE DIESEL six cylinder, two cycle
Power unit almost new; 1-H Farm
all Tractor with good tires and a
new motor. For $1,050. I DC Case
Tractor in excellent condition.
Swicegood Farm Machinery Co?
Phone 4783, Wilson, N. C. J20
8" CIRCLE SAW; 4" Jointer; 24"
jig saw; 36" wood turning lathe;
3" belt sander (portable); one
electric motor 1 HP; one electric
motor one-quarter HP; Roy Bar
bour, 202 Gordon St., Beaufort.
1946 OLDSMObTlE, radio, heater,
in excellent condition. See Wil
lard Willis, Jeff's Barber Shop.
ONE ilx room house
ONE two room house
Both on qne lot with adjoining lot.
For sal' one package
405 and 40/ Fisher Street
2 lots each $450
Newly completed Frame
House at 2805 Arendell St.,
Morehead City. Six rooms
downstairs and also upstairs
Frame House In 1300 Block
of Shackleford St., Uorehead
City, opposite Guthrie's Net
C. H. FREEMAN * SON
r-hone M 536-1 809 Bridges St.
710 Arendcll St.
D*y JS4H Night 42M
KDREHEAD CITY, N. C.
USED CARS! '?
504 Arendell St. ..
BOAT, 38 (eft 4 inches long, ten
feet, ten inches wide, Chrysler ma
rine engine 115 HP with two to
one reduction, deadrise bow and
round stern. Two years old. Reg
istered at Newport News, Va.
eight tons gross, five tons net.
Phone Mrs. Mary Jenkins Wil
liams, Severn Postoffice. Tele
phone 2396 Hayes Stone, Va. J17p
ONE DOUBLE DALLAS HUT,
16 by 32. See Elva Lewis, 208 N.
11th St., Morehead City. J17p
JERSEY COW and calf. Cow now
fresh. See H. T. Carroway, Beau
fort, RFD. J17
CABBAGE PLANTS. R. E. U.
Chaplain, County jail, Beau
fort. J 20 i
DOWNY- FLAKE doughnut ma
chine. Makes 40 dozen an hour.
Reasonable price. Phone M-9736
or M-5666. J23
CABBAGE PLANTS, iee H. T.
Carraway, Beaufort RFD. J20
NEW SIX-ROOM HOUSE with ev
ery convenience and city water.
Lot 100 by 120, Highland Park.
Price $6,500. Phone J. Raymond
Ransom. Beaufort 4148. tf
CHEVROLET TRUCK, 1947 ton
and a half. First class condition.
Also 16MM movie projector. Bel
haven Fish and Oyster Co., More
head City. tf
TABLE TOP GE HOT WATER
heater, $50.00; also a few pieces of
furniture. See Emily Lewis at
Duchess Beauty Shop. Phone
B-5116 or B-3901. tf
OFFICE DESK. Executive type
walnut. Excellent condition. Glass
top. Phone M-8571. J13
BEAUTIFUL watervicw building
sites. Residential. Priced to sell.
Contact G. M. Paul, Sunshine
Courts, Beaufort. Phone B-8307.
a f i . uabin BOAT, 100 HP en
gine. Two years old. See at T. D.
Lewis Machine Shop, Shepard St.,
Morehead City. Phone M-3631 or
WARD'S TRAILBLAZER tin*.
Size 600 x 16, $11.08, tax in
cluded and installed. 8th St.
Service Station, 8th and Evans
St*., Morehead City. Phone M
WARD'S WINTER-KINO stand
ard batteries. 24 Months guaran
tee. Only $11.95 exchange in
stalled. 8th Street Service Sta
tion. 8th and Arendell Sts., More
head City. Phone M 368-1. tf
RECAPS (or sale. AU sizes. Gua
-anteed to last as long as new tires
jt money refunded. Tire Service
Co., 1300 Arendell St., Morehead
WARD'S Commander Batteriea, 12
months guarantee, $7.95 exchange
Installed. 8th Street Service Sta
tion, 8th and Evans Sts., Morehead
City, phone M 3681. tf
INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAX re
turns carefully prepared. Over 30
years experience handling individ
ual, proprietorships, partnerships
and corporation tax matters. Rea
sonable fee. Clyde E Mason, next
door to 800 Bridges St., Morehead
ELECTRIC MOTOR repair service.
Washing machines, Armatures,
Battery chargers, Electric welding,
Motors rewount^and repaired. New
and used motors bought and sold.
Household Appliances. Located on
West Beiu/ort Road near Hunt
ley's. William E- Crank. tf
OUTBOARD REPAIR service. We
repair all makes of outboards and
aircooled motors. Parts in stock
for Mercury Wizard, Sea King, See
Bee, Atlas and many others. Beau
fort Hardware Co., Front St., Beau
FOR CONTINUOUS law enforce
ment Vote for Chapel Nelson for
Sheriff of Carteret County. tf
DUPLICATE keys made to order.
We hare the blanks ? and the ma
chine. Protect yourself by having
an extra set of keys made to put
in ? safe place. Western Auto As
*octate Store. Beaufort ty.C. tf
ALL APPLIANCES repaired We
pick up your lamp. Iron or other
Items, repair and then return them.
Phone Sound Appliance Co., M
8011. Your Frigidaire products
MADE TO YOUR
Sash ? Cabinets - Doors ? Mill work
Douglass Firwood Doors
Screen Doors ? Lawn Furniture
Dial M 8094
2 miles west of korehead City
on Highway 70
FOR CORRECT TIME: M 8008
For correct jewelry, satiafactory
watch repair, Early Jeweler*, 812
. Arendell St, Morahaad City. tf
THE BELTONE HEARING AID
consultant lives In Morebead City.
Lloyd Godwin, 271S Homei Drive.
Phone 7386. Service lor ill makes
of hearing aids. Alio batteries, tf
K EFRIGERATIO N REPAIRS both
domestic and commercial. We are
Montgomery Ward authorixed ser
vice dealers. Re-conditioned refri
gerators for sale. Gates Refrigera
tion Service. Phone M 551-8 or
?ee Larry Gates at 513 Arendell
it.. Morehead City tf
HEN AND WOMEN, from age 21
up to sell broad coverage hospital
plan. Quality leads and appoint
ments furnished. (Not just names
and addresses.) Experience help
ful but not required. Our men
average high weekly income. See
Mr. W. J. Harris, 3 p. m. to 4 p. m.,
at Unemployment Building, corner
7th and Evans Sts., Morehead City,
Jan. 16-17 and 18. J17
ROOM for gentleman. Private tile
bath, hot water, telephone. Phone
M-8801. j tf
2~~ROOM FURNISHED -apartment
suitable for couple.AU convenienc
es, all electric kitchen. Apply 1601
Arendell St., Morehead City.
Phone M-3926. J13p
FURNISHED APARTMENT- with
semi-private bath and private en
trance. Contact Logan White
' hurst, 108 Gordon St., Beaufort.
MAKE OLD FLOORS look like
new. Rent our High Speed Floor
Sander and Edger. Low rate*.
Western Auto Store, Beaufort.
Phone 3651. tf
2 ROOM FURNISHED apartment.
Sunshine Court, Front St., Ext.,
Beaufort. Phone B-8307. tf
WANT TO ~BUY
YACHT, 22 28 feet, engine must
' be in good condition. State loca
tion and price. Box 14, The News
1 Times, Morehead City, N. C. J 13
j HEAVY HENS on foot. Top mar
ket prices. Deliver to Smith's
Poultry Farm, West Beaufort
I Road. Phone B-5168. J31
I LOT ON FRONT street, Beaufort,
j or house on Front street, Beau
fort. Box 25, The News-Times, j
| Morehead City, N. C. J13 !
i WE BUY -crap iron, steel, tin, au
I to radiators, bodies, fenders, bat
| teries. tiei our prices first. Sault
| er's Iroi. & Metal Co.. on More
! oead City Highway. Phone New
j Bern 3M0, or write P. 0. Bo* 738,
Sew Bern tf
Having qualified as Administra
trix of the estate of Adolphus V.
Wade, deceased, late of Carteret
County, N. C? this is to notify all
persons having claims against said
estate to present them to the un
dersigned at Beaufort, N. C., on or
before the 9th day of December,
1950, or this notice will be pled in
bar of their recovery. All persons
indebted to said estate will please
make prompt payment.
This 9th day of Dec., 1949.
Mamie K. Wade,
6t D9- 16-23-30 J 6-13
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
Certificate of Filing of Consent by
Stockholders to Dissolution
To All Whom Thesi Presents May
Come ? Greeting:
WHEREAS, It appears to my
satisfaction, by duly authenticated
record of the proceedings for the
voluntary dissolution thereof de
posited in my office, that the
Croatan Frozen Food Company,
Inc., a corporation of this State,
whose principal office is situated
at No. 823 Arendell Street, in the
City of Morehead City, County of
Carteret, State of North Carolina,
(John L. Crump being the agent
therein and in charge thereof,
upon whom process may be
served), his complied with the re
quirements of Chapter 95 of the
General Statutes, preliminary to
the issuing of this Certificate that
such consent has been filed:
NOW, THEREFORE, I, THAD
EURE, Secretary of State of the
State of North Carolina, do here
by certify that the said corpora
tion did, on the 30th day of De
cember, 1949, file in my office a
duly executed and attested con
sent in writing to the dissolution
of said corporation, executed by
at least two-thirds in interest of
the stockholders thereof, which
said certificate and the record of.
the proceedings aforesaid are now
on file in my said office as provid
ed by law.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I
have hereto set my hand and af
fixed my official seal, at Raleigh,
this 30th day of December, A.D.
Secretary of State.
Filed January 3, 1930: Recorded
January 3. 1950. Record of Incor
porations No. 3, page 43.
This January 3, 1950.
A. H. JAMES.
Clerk Superior Court.
4t J 8-13-2027
The association of C. G. Austin
and C. 0. Holland in business un
der the name of Carteret Fish
Compiny has been terminated as
of December 31st, 1948, C. 0. Aus
tin having acquired all of the as
sets of said partnanhip.
All amount? dJrto said Carter
Eula Herring, Morehead City,
returned home Wednesday from
Brooklyn, N. Y., where she spent
the holidays with relatives and
Juanita Martin, Beaufort, spent
last Friday in Wilmington.
Nannie Ruth George of New
Jersey, spent the past two weeks
with her mother and sister in
About 330,000 British and
French troops were evacuated to
England in the epic allied retreat
from Dunkerque in May, 1910.
et Fish Company will be paid to
C. G. Austin; and all accounts
due by said Carteret Fish Com
pany will be paid by C. G. Aus
This December 31, 1949.
C. G. AUSTIN.
C. G. HOLLAND.
J 13-20-27 F3
NOTICE OF SALE OF PERSON
AL PROPERTY? CABIN
Under the virtue of authority
contained in a alias tax warrant
issued on October 22, 1949, by the
Commissioner of Revenue of the
State of North Carolina under au
thority of Section 913 of the Rev
enue Act (Section 105-242 of the
General Statutes) the undersigned
Sheriff of Carteret County will ex
pose for sale and will sell to the
highest bidder for cash at 12 M.
o'clock on the 20th day of Janu
ary 1950, at Morehead City Yacht
Basin, Inc., Morehead City, N. C.,
the following described personal
One stock-built Elco 35-foot cab
in cruiser, No. 14V895, named
- Said cabin cruiser being the
property of one Frank S. Davis
against whom said alias tax war
rant is directed.
This the 5th day of January,
This the 5th day of January,
C. G. HOLLAND,
Sheriff of Carteret County.
By T. M. Thomas, D. S.
Thomas C. McGinnis, superin
tendent of the county welfare de
partment, spoke to members of
the Carteret County, Medical so
ciety at their mee'ting Monday
night >n the Morehead City hos
pital. His topic .was "Functions
and Policies of the County Wel
Mr. McGinnis commented on in
terrelationships of certain phases
of his work with that of the medi
Dr. N. Thomas Ennett, Beau
fort, presented a report on the
county health department's activ
ities during 1049 and thanked the
doctors for their cooperation in
the school health program.
Dr. S. W. Thompson, president
of the second district medical so
ciety, reminded members of the
Carteret group that they should
act as host in the near future to
i meeting of the second district.
Probable speaker at the next
meeting. Monday, Feb. 13, will be
Dr. F. W. Harb, medical officer
in charge of the rapid treatment
Dr. S. W. Hatcher, president of
the medical society, presided.
Cherry Poini Pilots to Fly
Jets at D Toro, Calif.
CHERRY POINT ? Eighteen
pilots all officers ? from va
rious units of the Second Marine
Aircraft Wing and Marine Corps
Air station at Edenton have been
assigned temporary additional du
ty at El Toro, Calif., for jet train
ing in the Lockheed TO-1 "Shoot
The Second Wing has sent two
other groups of 18 each to this
school previously. Upon comple
tion of the school the pilots will
return here to operational jet
squadrons VMF-122 and 224 and
VMF-115 and 211 at Edenton. This
will be the last group going from
Records indicate that the first
drive-in motion picture theater
was built near Camden, N. J., in
lams Continue Work
On Tonsil Clinic Program
With the opening of ichool (or
the new year the Carteret County
Health department nurses, follow
ing an examination by the health
officer, are making home visits in
connection with the tonsil clinic
Three tonsil clinics were held in
Dec. with the total of 14 children
having operations. All were suc
cessful. These clinics are a part
of the school health program for
underprivileged school children
The health department Is also
preparing for a second eye clinic,
the first being held in Nov., at
which time 29 children were treat
ed. These clinics are held in co
operation with the State Blind
commission and the welfare de- ?
partment and are also for under- j
Dr. N. Thomas Ennett, count) ;
health officer, stated that sur- 1
geons of the county and all other
physicians are giving the school ;
health work full support.
Co only Agent Recommends
New Type Ventilator
Many Carteret county tobacco
growers who start with more care
ful planning of their new year s
farming operations will be inter
ested in considering the merits of
the new Oxford type tobacco barn
ridge ventilator, R. M. Williams,
county agent, commented yester
Results from curing demonstra
tions conducted in a number of
tobacco counties during the past
season indicated that tobacco
growers were well satisfied with
the quality of tobacco cured, the
time and fuel saved in barns with
this type of ventilator. Where the
Oxford ventilator was properly in
stalled and operated, the fuel cost
was reduced from 20 to 25 per
cent, reports Mr. Williams.
The average cost of construct
ing this type of ventilator was
$12.50 and the labor $11.50.
Tobacco growers who are antic
i pa ting building a new tobacco
barn or remodeling the ventilation
system of their old barn may se
cure a working drawing or addi
tional information on this ventila
tor at the county agent's office.
Film on Cement
An educational sound film on
the making of Portland cement
was shown to Beaufort Rotarians
at their weekly meeting Tuesday
night in the Inlet Inn.
N. F. Eure was in charge of the
program. The film, explaining
the method of making cement and
its eventual uses in concrete, was
shown by R. M. Williams.
Two new members were wel
comed into the club. They are
Harry Whitehurst and Gerald Hill.
Six members of the Morehead City
Rotary club and one member of
the Elizabeth, N. J., club attend
Morehead City Rotarians were
Alvah Hamilton, Stamey Davis,
George Dill, George Wallace,
Charles Bennett, and A. B. Rob
erts. Visitor from New Jersey
was Hugh F. McCutcheon.
Dr. N. Thomas Ennett, presi
dent of the club, read a letter
frim former district governor,
Jean Booth. Mr. Booth told the
club that he was bound for To
kyo and would not return to the
United States until June. ,
Dr. Ennett gave Rotary club
members Mr. Booth's address and
requested them to write to him.
CpL William Smith Goes
On Maneuvers in Japan
WITH THE EIGHTH ARMY IN
NARA, JAPAN ? Cpl. William
Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
uel Smith of 408 North 10th st.,
Moreheafl City, is participating in
field problems given by the 25th
Division Artillery now being held
at the Beppu maneuver area. The
division artillery will spend 45
days participating in service prac
tice and battalion tests.
Corporal Smith entered the Ar
my April 2, 1946 at New York
City and was sent to Aberdeen
proving grounds for basic training.
Arriving in Japan on April 2,
1948, he was assigned to A Battery
of the 159 field artillery battalion
located at Camp Ireland, Nara,
Jan. 11 ? Rev. J. W. Lollis filled
his appointment at the Christian
church Sunday and Sunday night.
Mrj. Charles Loyd and children
of Tennessee spent last week with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. C.
Mrs. Wilbert Lawrence and Mrs.
Sylvester Lawrence were in Beau
Miss Ann Hewett of Beaufort was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Denslow
Lawrence the weekend.
Mr. Sylvester Lawrence of
Washington, D. C., spent the week
end with his family.
Mr. Melton Lawrence of Wash
ington, D. C., spent the weekend
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.. k
Mrs. W. H. Lawrence spent Sun
day with her son and daughter
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Law
Mrs. O. W. Lewis visited her sis
ter Monday evening, Mrs. B. B.
Mrs. Lina Gillikin went to Beau
Mrs. S. W. Lawrence was in
Beaufort Monday on business.
Mrs. Leah Lawrence will leave
for New Jersey this week to visit
her friends. From there she will
go to Texas where she will make
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jenkins of 1
Jacksonville attended service here
Sunday at the P. B. church.
Mrs. Myrtle Gillikin and Mrs.
Lionel Gillikin visited Mrs. Beulah '
Dowty Saturday night.
Mrs. Leonard Guthrie of Marsh
allberg attended services here the
P. 3. church Sunday.
Mrs. Alton Gillikin called to see
her sister, Mrs. Uzzell Lewis, Mon
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Gillikin vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Lawrence
Saturday night. ?
Mr. Dennis of Washington, D. C.,
spent the weekend with his family.
Clarence Block's grocery store
caugHt on fire Tuesday early in
the morning damaging the grocer
The vacuum bottle was invent
ed by Sir James Dewar about 1892.
Thk Sleok 4 -Door 6-Pwseoger Tourbatk Won heodt a line-up
of tin $ mart SUFE&S, all powered with the surging new F-263
ttroight -eight engine, very latett word in valve-in-head lift and life.
FASHIONED for eveiy taste
Priced for every BUDGET
I*ok ow tit* ISM Bnlck Una, which
these three high -fashioned honeys
represent, and decide for yourself if
that's truth or just talk.
JfbMtMm ? Tm, IS? smart new and
varied models to choose from, and
all with the eye-catching styling of
bold-lined bumper-guard grilles,
sleek tapering fenders, the over- all
look of a j?t plane In flight.
Three full series -Special, Super
and RoADMASTER-wlth Special
models available In both standard
or de luxe finish.
Tkiw separate power ptaats-ln five
horsepower ratings-all more power
ful, higher in compression, all Fire
ball valve-in-heads ? and one of
them, the sensational new F-243,'
giving Super models extra brilliance
on the road.
" . ? .<?
conr Mm (ht-cor fhld.
152 hp. Finboli straight -
Ttf? to HgNKY J. TAUC*.
F?UI whitlkuM ? all planned for
riding comfort? with overhang re
duced to make parking and garaging
easier. Roominess galore, with rear
?eats as much as 13 inches wider.
Plenty of outlook as well. And the
abiding comfort of coil springs on
all four wheels. And the steady
going of torque- tube drive -plus
Safety-Ride rims for comfort plus
Hum look at prices? do they really
fit any budget?
They range from the fine-car level
of the Roadmaster down to just
above- the-lowest figures on the
Special. But even these are so little
above anything else ? buy you so
many more years of happy use? and
give you a car of such consistently
better trade-in value- that you'U
find Bulck reachable by buyers in
any price range.
So wkf net get the whole story,
price and all, from your Buick
dealer now f Deliveries are good, the
"deal" is right, and a signed -up
order steps you up to that Bulck
you've always dreamed about 1
Hara'i *? fiwit KM1
Coupm, mi of tovon imarl modmli.
D/noflow Drivo optional. Hormpowmf ?
115 with Synchro -Moth trontmiimon, 122
BUICKS DELIVER I
THE BUICK SPECIAL ]-P>ilii|ar
your door for ? ? ?
(Dynoflow Orin available al mxtra cod)
THE suae SUPER 4-Door 6-Pau.ng.r
Stdait plcfvr ?d 4
(Oynaflow Drivm avaMW* al axtra cad )
THE IUKK ft OADMASTEft ft/vfcra pK
lurad kara, imdvJmg g,..
Optional equipment one/ state and locdl taxei
extra. Print subject to diong* without notice.
Prices may vary slightly in adjoining com
munities due to transportation charges.
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Mobley Mluiek Company
MIDGES ST. Ii IStk. ST. . PHONE N 745-6 NorahMd City, M. C.