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Carteret County news-times. (Beaufort and Morehead City, N.C.) 1948-current, January 13, 1950, SECTION ONE, Page 6, Image 6

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II - Classified Ads -- Beaufort U* Cnirai St B 441-1 Morehead City M4 Arendelt 8t M MM FOR SALE 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 PAUL'S YEAR-END BARGAINS IN USED CARS and TRUCKS CARS 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 TRUCKS 1939 CHEV. ton 100.00 (less engine) 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. BEAUFORT 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. J20p 1946 OLDSMObTlE, radio, heater, in excellent condition. See Wil lard Willis, Jeff's Barber Shop. J13p FOB SALE 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 l.lol $550 Newly completed Frame House at 2805 Arendell St., Morehead City. Six rooms downstairs and also upstairs ?pace. Frame House In 1300 Block of Shackleford St., Uorehead City, opposite Guthrie's Net Works. $4,000. C. H. FREEMAN * SON r-hone M 536-1 809 Bridges St. CARTERET REALTY COMPANY 710 Arendcll St. PHONE D*y JS4H Night 42M KDREHEAD CITY, N. C. USED CARS! '? PARKER~MOTORS 504 Arendell St. .. Morehead City FOR SALE 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. ' J31 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 M-3422. J31p 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 S6S1. tf 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 '?tv. tf 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 BUSINESS SERVICES 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 City. J20p 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 'ort. tf 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 dealer tf MADE TO YOUR SPECIFICATIONS Sash ? Cabinets - Doors ? Mill work Douglass Firwood Doors Screen Doors ? Lawn Furniture LOCKHART'S CARPENTER SHOP Dial M 8094 2 miles west of korehead City on Highway 70 Fri. tf FOR CORRECT TIME: M 8008 For correct jewelry, satiafactory watch repair, Early Jeweler*, 812 . Arendell St, Morahaad City. tf BUSINESS SERVICES 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 HELP WANTED 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 FOR RENT 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. J13p 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 Legal Notices ""administratrix notice 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, Administratrix' 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. 1948. THAD EURE, 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 NORTH CAROLINA, CARTERET COUNTY. 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 Negro News Eula Herring, Morehead City, returned home Wednesday from Brooklyn, N. Y., where she spent the holidays with relatives and friends. 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 Beaufort. 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 tin. This December 31, 1949. (Signed) C. G. AUSTIN. C. G. HOLLAND. J 13-20-27 F3 NOTICE OF SALE OF PERSON AL PROPERTY? CABIN CRUISER NORTH CAROLINA, CARTERET COUNTY. 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 property: One stock-built Elco 35-foot cab in cruiser, No. 14V895, named "Airline 11." - 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, 1950. This the 5th day of January, C. G. HOLLAND, Sheriff of Carteret County. By T. M. Thomas, D. S. J13-17 Doctors Hear Welfare Officer 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 fare Department." Mr. McGinnis commented on in terrelationships of certain phases of his work with that of the medi cal profession. 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 center, Durham. 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 ing Star." 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 here. Records indicate that the first drive-in motion picture theater was built near Camden, N. J., in 1933. 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 program. 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 only. 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 privileged persons. 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. ,1 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 day. 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. Rotarians See 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 ed. 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, Japan. Nr*r? from OTWAY ?. ^ I 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. Lawrence. Mrs. Wilbert Lawrence and Mrs. Sylvester Lawrence were in Beau fort Monday. 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 Denslow Lawrence. Mrs. W. H. Lawrence spent Sun day with her son and daughter in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Law rence. Mrs. O. W. Lewis visited her sis ter Monday evening, Mrs. B. B. Lawrence. Mrs. Lina Gillikin went to Beau fort Monday. 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 her home. 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 day. 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 ies badly. 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*. , AKNMwt, ? 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 control. 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 with Dynotiow. LOOK HOW BUICKS DELIVER I THE BUICK SPECIAL ]-P>ilii|ar -"H-'r" 11939.00 your door for ? ? ? (Dynoflow Orin available al mxtra cod) THE suae SUPER 4-Door 6-Pau.ng.r Stdait plcfvr ?d 4 yZZr'Z"." 52283.00 (Oynaflow Drivm avaMW* al axtra cad ) THE IUKK ft OADMASTEft ft/vfcra pK lurad kara, imdvJmg g,.. ?5?SE 53012.00 Optional equipment one/ state and locdl taxei extra. Print subject to diong* without notice. 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