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Highway Commission Will
Meet at Wilmington Soon
The Newport Rotary Club will
conduct its future meetings in the
school lunchroom, according to
publicity chairman Nathan Gar
ner. Mr. Garner said that the club
found the PTA Center hard to heat
The decision to move the meet
ing place was made at the club
meeting Monday night, when the
Kotarians met at the Methodist
C. S. Long was program chair
man. He presented a film produced
by US Steel. The title of the movie
was Treasure Chest and it showed
how cans are made.
Student representative Tommy
Howard met with the club for his
last time. He said that he had en
joyed his month's membership in
the Kotury and that it had given
him an understanding of the re
sponsibilities and opportunities that
come with memberhsip in the club.
Visitors at the meeting were J.
D. Murray and Gerald Mitchell of
Morehead City and C. L. Teague
and Willis Marshall of New Bern.
Committee Lists i
The nominating committee of the j
More he ad City Jayeees suggested !
the following candidates for office I
at the club meeting Monday night I
at the Hotel Fort Macon:
For president? Jerry Willis, Paul
Cordova, Marion Mills anil Luther
Lewis; for external vice president
? Gerald Murdoch and F loyd Chad
wick; for internal vice president
Bill Singleton and L. G. Dunn; for
treasurer? Donald Davis and Dr.
Berl Lewis; for directors? Hugh
Porter, Robert McClain, Charles
Willis, Rufus Butner and David
Mr. Mills was appointed chair
man of a committee to find a new ]
meeting place. President R. O.
Barnurn instructed him that if one
is not available, he is to report
Hugh Porter w a s appointed
chairman of the teen-age roadco.
a Jaycee-sponsored driving con
test. Mr. Porter will arrange de
tails and set a date for the event.
Joe Beam reported that the com
munity survey is , underway and
should be completed within a
The club continued Its plans to
build picnic tables and benches
at the new city park near the sec
tion base, Camp Glenn. Club mem
bers will build 10 tables and set
them up at the park before the
summer season opens.
Course at Base
Cherry Point?Informal gradua
tion ceremonies were held at the
Navy Supply office for 13 civilian
employees who completed a 30
hour instructor's training course.
The course consists of methods
of instruction, teaching techniques,
instruction processes, job analy
sis and job breakdown, prepara
tion of lesson plans, instruction
outlines and materials. A. D. Aval
lone, Morehead City, of the station
industrial relations office, gave the
instruction for the course.
The 13 employees completing the
course were Sllcn Olivier, George
W. Wallace, Eita Stillway, Martin
Gill, Marcille Johnson, Garland M.
Morris, W. L. Carroll, M. C. Gar
ner, Moses Pelham, James Ste
wart, K. K. Kendrick, Juanita
Register and George Mizesko.
The Navy Certificates of Train
ing were presented by Cdr. G. R.
Brickley, (SQ, USN and Lt. Col.
.N. C. Kingsbury.
Ordnance Team to Give
Instructions at Beach
Bill Moore, deputy director of
Civil Defense, Atlantic Beach, has
announced that an ordnance team
from Fort Bragg will come here
April 15-18 to initruct Civil De
fense workers in explosive ord
I Lt. George II. Burnett, command
ing officer, ?4th Ordnance De
tachment. Fort Bragg, with an in
structional team, will arrive at At
lantic Beach Monday, April 14, to
make arrangements for the school.
' Raleigh, N. C. ? A public hear
ing on important road matters in
eastern North Carolina will high
light the March 27-28 meeting of
the State Highway Commission in
The commission will be holding
the fourth in its series of meetings
outside Raleigh to allow local mu
unicipal and county officials, as
well as other interested road
groups from east of Raleigh, the
opportunity to express their views
before the full seven-member com
Other such public hearings have
been held under the commission's
new policy in Asheville and Win
ston-Salem. One other public hear
ing was held in Raleigh in Decem
ber for groups within a 75-mile
radius ol the Capitol City.
Highway Director W. F. Babcock
has requested that all groups or
individuals interested in appearing
before the commission get in touch
with him in Raleigh for a definite
time period. Assigning such time
schedules avoids delay and pre
vents long waits by the various
groups. Mr. Babcock said some of
the eastern North Carolina grotips
have already appeared before the
commission at its Raleigh public
hearing in Docember.
The hearings are scheduled on
Thursday, March 27, beginning at
2 p.m. Additional hearings will be
scheduled Friday morning, begin
ning at 9.30 a.m. The regular bus
iness meeting of the State High
way Commission will follow the
public hearings on Friday. Both
tin- public hearings and the com
mission meeting are to be held in
the New Hanover courthouse.
Mr. Babcock said those who plan i
lo appear before the State Highway
Commission should document their
requests in writing where possible
and submit maps showing their
proposals. In addition, the chief
spoU . man for each group should
include his name and address. The
director pointed out that such docu
ments should be left with the com- j
mission for its subsequent discus
sions of the highway proposals.
Miss Dorothy Avery, director of
the county library, has announced
the bookmobile schedule for Mon
day and Tuesday of next week
which is National Library Week.
Monday: Harlowe ? book stations
in the homes of Mrs. E. R. Bowlin
and Mrs. John Ives; Mill Creek ?
hook station in the home of Mrs.
J. C. Skinner; Newport route 2?
hook station in the home of Mrs.
Madge Reynolds; Masontown ?
hook station in the home of Mrs.
Harold Simmons; Nine-Foot Road
?book stations in the homes of
Mrs. Alice Simmons and Mrs.
Tuesday: Mrs. Monroe Willis,
bookmobile librarian, will be work
ing in the county library.
Off His Back
Montrose, Colo. (AP)? The buck
skin shirt that Chief Ouray of the
Ute? wore at a peace treaty in
Washington in 1880 has been re
turned to the Utc Indian Museum
JOIN AND SERVE
held at the church Monday morn
ing and will continue through the
Miss Sadie Louise Harris, a stu
dent at ECC, Greenville, spent the
weekend with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. II. N. Harris.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Smith Sr.
were in Beaufort Saturday.
Mrs. Calvin Johnson and daugh
ter of Beaufort visited her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Taylor Mon
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Ipock and
baby of Ernul spent Sunday with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Mr. Gordon Becton of Harlowe
Tilled the appointment in our
church Sunday morning in the
capacity of layman. Mrs. Becton
Billy and Jimmy Adams of New
port News, Va., spent the week
end with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Adams.
Mrs. Ruth Smith attended a
supper in New Bern Wednesday
evening honoring retiring postmas
ter, R. R. Eagles. It was given
by post office officials.
Mr. and Mrs. Red Ellen and
children of Winston-Salem and
Mrs. Betty Simpkins and son,
Joseph, of Newport News, Va., vis
ited relatives and friends in the
community Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bardcn Tay
lor carried their son, H. B. Jr.,
to Wilmington Monday to see Dr.
George, Nancy, LaVonne, and
Jean Huntley of Beaufort visited
their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. L. Smith Sr. last week.
Harrisburg, Pa. (AP)? Officials
of the Pennsylvania Farm Show
notified Lock Haven restaurateur
Jacob Kohlberger that they would
have no place for his entries at the
1958 show because there just wasn't
enough interest in his class. Kohl
berger owns 34 buffalo.
SEASONED FOR FLAVOR!
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THE IDEAL BLEND FOR
ALL TYPES OF DRINKING WATER!
In the Act
Danville, Va. (AP)? Frank Allen
Goff, 24, of Lynchburg got too ex
cited at the wrestling matches here
? and it cost him $10. Officers
testified in municipal court Guff
;limbcd to the apron of the ring
and started a wrestling match of
his own with one of the performers.
To Visit Sunday
Goldsboro? Members of the Vet
erans of Foreign Wars from all
sections of eastern North Carolina
will gather here Sunday to honor
Richard L. Eoudebush of Indian
apolis, Ind., commander-in-chief of
the 1,300,000 member VFW or
It will be the first visit of the
39-year-old livestock dealer to
Eastern Carolina. Every post in
the area is expected to be repre
Attending from this county will
be Ervin E. Lupton, Morehead
City, fourth district commander;
William Vance FUlford, Beaufort,
Jones-Austin post commander; Al
F. Thomas, Beaufort, national aide
dc campe; Ralph Whitley, More
head City; Freddie Snooks, Beau
fort, and William McKay, Beau
Commander Roudebush will ar
rive in Goldsboro at noon and a
luncheon is scheduled for him at
12:30 at the Hotel Goldsboro where
he will be greeted by the mayor
and other city officials.
At 2 o'clock he will speak at the
VFW Post Home and at 2:45 a
reception will be held in his honor
at the post home which is located
Richard I. Roudebush
. . . national VFW chicf
on Mt. Holly Highway, one mile
south of Goldsboro.
State VFW officials scheduled to
greet Commander Roudebush in
clude J. M. Wallace of Gastonia,
department commander; Wesley
Cullipher of Elizabeth City, senior
vice-commander; Paul Henley of
Greensboro, junior vice-command
er and Otis N. Brown of Greens
boro, past national comniander-in
Mr. Roudebush will come here
from Lincolnton where he is sche
duled to speak Saturday night. He
plans to leave at 5 p.m. from the
Fayetteville airport to continue his
official visits to other southern
Dodo was the name of a bird
that formerly inhabited the Is
lands of the Mauritius and Reunion
in the Indian Ocean. The Dodo
has been extinct since 1681.
County Fishery Experts
Speak at St. Louis, Mo.
The annual international meet
ing of the North American Wildlife
Conference was held in St. Louis,
Mo., recently with Dr. William E.
Fahy of the University of North
Carolina Institute of Fisheries Re
search serving as discussion leader
for the session entitled Marine and
In this session seven papers were
presented. William W. Neely, U. S
Soil Conservation Service, Walter
boro, S. C., pointed out the danger
in draining a certain type of soil
along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts.
Such soil is incapable of producing
any crop except wildlife.
Re-flooding of such drained areas
does not convert the land to its
original condition because chemi
cal reactions have occurred. Such
drainage is termed irreversible.
Dr. Carl J. Sindermann, U. S.
Fish and Wildlife Service, Booth
bay Harbor, Me., described a fun
gus infection in the Gulf of St.
Lawrence fishes which is damag
ing herring and alcwifc popula
William II. Massmann, Virginia
Fisheries Laboratory, Gloucester
Point, Va., discussed the distribu
tion and abundance of young-of
the-year and yearling gray trout in
the York River system of Virginia.
James E. Sykes, U. S. Fish and
Wildlife Service, Beaufort, N. C.,
described and discussed certain
problems relative to the Atlantic
coast striped bass fishery and the
status of his laboratory's biological
Dr. William W. Hauler, Depart
ment of Zoology, N. C. State Col
lege, Raleigh, presented a broad
picture of the striped bass in rela
tion to the multiple use of the Roa
noke River in North Carolina.
Durbin C. Tabb, The Marine
Laborotary, University of Miami,
Fla., discussed man-made changes*
in Florida estuaries and their ef
fect on shotted trout populations.
Dr. Royal D. Suttkus reported
his findings concerning the species
inake-up of Gulf of Mexico men
haden. A species previously
thought to be restricted to the At
lantic coast has now been found in
the Gulf. The menhaden fishing
industry in the Gulf rests upon
three species, although one at pres
ent provides the greatest part of
the citdt. ; ? -
Street Sweeper Fails
To Move Truck off Street
Hampton, Va. (AP) ? Otis L.
Sumler found out his street sweep
er won't sweep up everything.
Police said Sumlcr's sweeper
collided with a 7'/^ -ton wrecker
truck. The wrecker lost its right
fenders, but was not swept from
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
Meal prices are as high as we can remember them ever, being. We at Piggly Wiggly
will not try to make you think otherwise, but we will assure you that you will get the
best and most meat at Piggly Wiggly for your money. This week's special meat items
are an example of what we arc doing to keep your cost of living as low as possible.
picnics -=; 35/
l Jamestown Pork I Fresh Pork Boston Butt
Sausage RL0b? 39/| ROAST - 39^
Salad Oil Ql 59^
Frosty Acre* Frozen Pot
Chicken "ch ? ~
Tender Select Beef
LIVER * 39^
SOAP 2 Reg. Ban 19 1
Plymouth Whole Bean
NABISCO Fancy Crest
?COOKIES" " *
PilUbury ? White, Yellow, Chocolate
Cake Mix 2 56/
Salad Dressing <* 39/
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