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Clinton Iverson, Beaufort,
Trains at Fort Hood, Tex.
Fort Hood, Tex. ? Army Pvt.
Clinton L. Iverson, >on of Mr. and
Mri Tom Iverson, 308 Cedar St.,
Beaufort, recently completed eight
weeks of basic combat training
with the 2d Armored Division at
Fort Hood, Te*.
Iverson, 23, is a 1956 graduate
of Beaufort High School.
Pensacola, Fla. ? A first solo
flight was made April 30. by Ma
rine 2nd Lt. Elbert L. Alligood of
Lieutenant Alligood attended the
University of North Carolina aud
East Carolina College before en
tering the flight program.
In addition to solo flights, he is
being instructed in communica
Lt. E. L. Alligood
. . . Marine pilot
tions, navigation, engineering, ath
letics. aerology and civil air regu
lations during basic flight training
at Pensacola, Fla.
San Die?o, Calif ? Ardell H. Mc
Donald Jr., apprentice petty offi
cer third class, USN, son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. H. McDonald of 70t
N. 20th St., Morehead City, grad
uated May 2 from recruit training
at the Naval Training Center, San
Diego, Calif. .
Apprentice petty officers are
rhosen from the ranks of the sea
man recruits to assist Company
Commanders. The selection is
based on individual aptitude and
Maj. Joseph Keller has been
named commanding officer of
H&HS, Marine Corps Air Station,
Miami. Major Keller is the hus
band of the former Louise Odom
of Morehead City.
Mrs. Keller is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Odom. She
and the major have one son, Ste
The holder of three Distinguished
Flying Crosses and eight Air
Medals and a veteran of World
War II and the Korean conflict, he
reported to Miami in August and
served as Station informational
services officer and ABC officer
before being assigned his present
Norfolk, Va.? Lcnnis Oscar Brin
son Jr., storekeeper second class,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Lennis O.
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Lennis O. Brinson Jr.
. . . discharged from Navy
Brinson, 909 Fiaber St., Morehead
City, has been honorably dis
charged from the US Navy attach
ed to the Naval Receiving Station,
The Rev. Manuel Salabarria,
pastor of St. Paul Methodist
Church, Formento, Cuba, spoke at
First Methodist Church, Morehead
City, at the Sunday evening ser
vice May IS. Mr. Salabarria and
his son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Israel Salabarria, were
guests at the Methodist parsonage
Tha Rev. Mr. Salabarria was en
route to an International Boy Scout 1
Conference which opened Monday, 1
May 19th, at the Schitf Boy Scout 1
Reservation in New Jersey. Mr.
Salabarria is the Director of Re
ligious Education for the Boy
Scout Organization in the Rupublic
His son and daughter-in-law were
en route to Barboursville, Ky.,
where young Salabarria will be a
student at Union Methodist Col
lege. The local Methodiat pastor,
Mr. Herbert, met the Salabarria
family when he preached in For
mento, Cuba in Feb. 1987.
The North Carolina Annual Con
ference will convene at First
Methodist Church, WUsoo, N. C.
on June 23 and will continue the
sessions through June 27. The Rev.
Mr. Herbert, pastor of the local
church, will make the Memorial
Addreaa at the Conference on Wed
nesday afternoon. Members of the
local Methodist church are invited
to attend the conference sessions.
The pastor of each local Methodist
church and one layman from each
church are official delegates to the
The Vacation Church School of
First Methodist Church will be
held June lit through 8th, 9 a.m.
to 11:30 a.m. for children between
the ages of four and twelve. Any
children in the city of thia age
group are welcome. Miss Anna
Critcher, Director of Christian Ed
ucation for the church, will be the
director of the school.
Leadership of the church has
been gratified at progress during
the winter and spring under the
direction of Miss Critcher.
At the regular Sunday night
session of senior MYF Fellowship
on May It the following officers
President. Kathy Chalk; vice
president, Truman Kemp Jr.; sec
retary, Annette Cooper; treasurer,
Walter Morria Jr.; MY Fund treas
urer, Barbara Rouah; Christian
Faith program area chairman,
Judie Cooper; Christian Witness
program area chairman, Wayne
Economon; Christian Citizenship
program area chairman, Becky
Christian Outreach program area
chairman, Mary Hums; Christian
Fellowship progrpm area chair
man, Mokey Lasaiter; recreation,
Nancy Laughton and Evelyn Mor
ris; publicity, Marvin Willis Jr.;
Bruce Goodwin and Dan Wade;
and card and flowers chairman,
Theatre Beaufort. N. C
Last Times Tonight
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Rack HwUaa - Derotky Malsae
Rokert Stack - Jack Canoe
Wednesday ? Thursday
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Bcary Ma - Aatkeay Pcrldas
Betsy Pslmer - Mckel Ray
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Truck Burns at State Port
A Marine track loaded with gasoline caught fire Wednesday night
at the state port, More head City. Quick action by Marine Cpl. Her
bert Black and the Morehead City Fire Department prevented a ma
jor disaster. Black drove the track from the Marine "tent city" to
Photo by Bob Seymour
the dock and the Morehead City firemen piled water on the flamei
until the danger passed. Fortunately, the gasoline in the truck ne?er
reached the point of igniting.
Ted Phillips Wins
Ted Phillips, a senior at More
head City High School, has been
elected to junior membership in
he North Carolina Academy of
Science. The honor came as a re
. . . elected to academy
suit of Ted'i fine showing in the
science fairs sponsored by the
The membership is without cost
and will run through the school
year, 1958 59. Ted will receive,
regularly, copies of the Collegiate
If he goes to college in North
Carolina he will have the privilege
to present reports on his projects
in science for publication.
Ted was notified of this honor by
John A. Yarbrough, secretary
treasurer of the North Carolina
Academy of Science.
A crop desroying locust in Saudi
Arabia and East Africa eats two or
three times its own weight each
Three Communities Join
In Mosquito Control Work
Citizens of Stacy, Atlantic ancM
Sea Level met Thursday night at
the Sea Level Inn to form a joint
mosquito control organization. An
existing organization, active in
Sea Level only, was the nucleus
of the new organization.
D. E. Taylor sent word to the
meeting through Dr. Herbert Webb
that he would give money to the
program if the three communities
Committees from each commun
ity were appointed to collect money
and organize mosquito control pro
grams for everyone to follow. Al
dridge Daniels presided at the
meeting and appointed the com
Edwin Salter, Sterling Robinson
and Clayton Fulcher Jr. will rep
resent Atlantic; Floyd Brown,
Connie Daniels and Monroe Nel
son will represent Stacy; and
Charles Caudell, F. C. Noyes, Mrs.
Theo Finney and Mrs. Bertie Wil
lis will represent Sea Level.
A. D. Fulford, county sanitation
officer, was the principal speaker
at the meeting. He said that it
took about five hours for a truck
to spray the three communities.
He answered many questions about
the cost of chemicals and spray
Secretary Joe Mason Jr. an
nounced that $126 was in the trea
sury. Persons present contributed
and made pledges for a total of
$261, making $387 available for
fighting mosquitoes now.
There will be a meeting of the j
board and committees at 7 p.m. '
Thursday at the Sea Level Inn.
A wild swan, say naturalists, can
break a man's leg with his wing.
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Engineers Let Contract
For Waterway Dredging
Wilmington ? The Corps of En
gineers awarded a contract Thurs
day to Cottrell Contracting Corp.
of Norfolk for $116,580 for main
tenance dredging in the Atlantic
Intracoa3tal Waterway between the
Neuse River and the Newport
The dredging, reports Col. H. C.
Rowland Jr., District Engineer of
the Wilmington District, is the first
phase of work to restore the water
way to project depth of 12 feet.
He said other sections of the shel
tered route would be dredged to
project depth as funds are avail
The waterway has been main
tained to only 10 feet in depth
since 1950 because of the cprt*il
ment of funds. '
Mason City, Iwa (AP)? The stork
paid a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Jack
T. Storck recently. The nine-pound
girl born at a hospital here was
Boat Owner Test
An engineer from the Federal
Communications Commission will
conduct a special examination at
the Webb Memorial Civic Center,
Morehead City, June 4, 1958, be
ginning at 9 a.m. for the Radio
telephone Third Class Radio Op
This is a special examination
for the benefit of those who will
act as radio operator of boats for
hire carrying more than six paid
An engineer will conduct inspec
tions of boats for hire which carry
more than six paid passengers on
June 3, 4 and S of boats in the
vicinity for which applications
have been filed.
Owners of boats for hire carry
ing more than six paid passengers
that have not filed applications for
inspection of the radio equipment
should contact the commission en
gineer, obtain and file an applica
tion for Inspection in accordance
with Public Law 985.
In 1951, the US railroads install
ed more new locomotive units than
in any year since 1923.
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Two Will Represent
C. G. Holland and Mrs. D. F.
Merrill, both of Beaufort, will rep
resent Carteret County oo the State
Democratic executive committee.
They were elected to that poaition
at the recent state convention at
Elected to the congressional dis
trict committee were Irvin W. Da
vis, Davis, and Mrs. Clayton Ful
cber Jr., Atlantic. Judge Luther
Ulcer-Land to Gangland
New York (AP) ? One of tin
many juvenile gangs causing the
city concern over relinquency prob
lems seems to have taken Madison
Avenue as its model in at least one
department. The gang uniform ii
grey flannel" suits and narrow
Hamilton and Mrs. Sam Adler,
Morehead City, will represent the
county on the judicial district com
Odell Merrill and Mrs. C. G. Hol
land, Beaufort, were elected to th?
W. C. Matthewi
I AM NOT A POLITICIAN feat I IB i eitiien ol More
head City and I an interested in the growth aad develop
meat of oar port. Saturday la election day. My good
friend, Judge Lather Hamilton, Is a candidate for State
Senator. The rote la this coaaty will be light nnless every
one of aa makes it a point to go to the polls la his respec
tive precinct aad vote.
Satarday yea are faced with thla question: Had you
rather have a maa for year Senator from Carteret County
or ssaic? e from Lenoir, Cravea or Onslow CaaatyT If
we daa't support oar local men wholeheartedly, we eaa't
expect to ever get aaythiag la thla coanty. If we don't
help earsdvea locally, we caat expect the counties up the
State to help aal
Satarday la aa lasportaat electioa for aa, the people
of Morehead City aad Carteret Coaaty. We need Jadge
Hamilton la the Senate. It la a thaahleas Job aa his part.
If he Is willing to sacrifice five moatha of his time with
the expense and necessary long trips to Raleigh and back,
we sheald be willing to sacrifice a few minates at oar
time. I am appeal lag to yea, every cittxea of Morehead
City and Carteret Coaaty, to go to the poOs Satarday and
vote for Jadge Hamiltoa. If yon are late rested la the
latere of year port, yoa will do so.
' w. C (BUC*) MATTHEWS
(Political ad caatrMcd by Back Matthews)