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MRS. lONA R. JONES
Mrs. Iona Russell Jones di- J at
the Hertford Rest Home, Pe? ;ji
mans County, Friday. Graveside
services were held at Bayview
Cemetery, Horehead City, Satur
'"day by the Rev. Robert Poulk of
"''the Core Creek Methodist Church
116 Survivors of Mrs Jones were not
known by the funeral directors.
JJ!" MRS. SUDIE M. CARMACK
tit Mrs. Sudie Morton Carmack died
at her home at Macon Court, More
?ihead City, Thursday. She was 71
n??. Funeral services were held at
the chapel of George W. Dill and
,:i?ons, Morehead City, Saturday af
I ..ternoon. The Rev. Seldon Builard,
, .pastor of the First Free Will Bap
!i,tist Church, officiated, assisted by
( .the Rev. Mr. Griffin. Burial was
in Bayview Cemetery.
i'ii Surviving are several nieces and
Gary Cannon, infant r>on of Mr
'"ard Mrs. tarry M Cannon, of
Morehead Citv died Friday at
Morehead City Hoapitak Grave
side services were conducted at
Bayview Cemetery Saturday morn
ing by the Rev. Soldjn Builard of
the First Free Will Baptist Church.
?" Surviving, in addition to the
|*parents, are the maternal grand
? parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruke Weil
inga of Amsterdam, Holland, and
the paternal grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Asa Cannon of Morehead
/ YMCA Announces
22,000 Women Members
di Chicago (AD? The largest YM
ntiCA in the world, in Chicago, notes
0 on its 100th birthday that it is
^thoroughly infiltrated by women.
i ? Founded to improve tjie "spir
'ibitual, intellectual and social con
I) ditions of young men," the Young
01 Men's Christian Association of
Metropolitan Chicago has 22,000
women members among its total
in of 119.000.
if. During the Civil War, with so
etraany members in the Army, the
b4? association sought to strengthen
itself by admitting women as aux
Bridge May be Ready by August
The new drawbridge over the Beaufort Channel is nearlng completion. The latest unofficial report
Is that the bridge will be open for traffic In August. State engineer Jack Burnt? predicted last summer
that the bridge would be open by September of this year but work has gone a bit faster than he antici
City Tells What
Milwaukee (AP)? Records of the
Milwaukee poison control program
show that in 1957 children in this
city swallowed, among other
Aspirin, liniment, soldering flux,
reducing pills, furniture polish, bat
tery acid, lighter fluid, airplane
glue, fertilizer, gun bore cleaner,
barbiturates, narcotics, tranquil
Antihistamines, hormones, rub
bing alcohol, camphorated oil,
after shave lotion, iodine, toilet
Would-be Private Eye
Arrested by Police
Indianapolis (AP) ? A teen-age
youth with ambitions of becoming
a "private eye" suffered a slight
setback the other day.
Police caught him and two other
boys driving a stolen car. A search
i of the youth in question turned up
a private detective's badge and a
j pair of handcuffs.
I The would-be sleuth went to jail
i in his own manacles.
cleaners, laundry bleach, deter
gents, chromium polish.
Gasoline, kerosene, motor oil,
benzine, wood alcohol, paint, lin
seed oil, varnish, paint thinner,
pesticides, cologne and toilet water.
? Mrs. Loftin Accepts Award
} Tallahassee ? The Chi Omefi Social Science Award to an outstanding atudrnt o I sociology at Florida
* State University waa given this year to Mrs. Horace Loftln Jr. o I Tallahaaaee. Wife of Horace G. Loftin.
r Beaufort, ahe la the former Janice Keller of Beaafort. Presenting the award to her la Bonnie Taplejr of
? Jackaonvllle, president of the chapter. Looking on Is Dr. Meyer Nimkoff, head of the department of
Register of Deeds Records
A7 Real Estate Transfers
. (Gditor'i Note: In recording real
estate transfers, the law does not
require that the amount paid (or
he property be stated In the deed.
i token amount, such as $10 or
100, may be stipulated.
Attached to each deed, however,
nust be United States documen
nentary stamps, the value of the
tamps baaed on the price paid
or the property.
Property which changes hands
* less than $101 requires no
tamp, according to Irvin W. Da
'is, register of deeds. Property
rhich brings a price between $101
rod $M0 must bear a stamp valued
it SS cents. From $501 to $1,000,
he stamp* affixed to the deed to
al $1.10, and thereafter for each
iddittooal $500 paid for the prop
rty the stamp value goes up SS
From the value of the stamps
laced oa ? deed an estimation
of the price paid for the property
can be determined. In the trans
fer> listed below, the teller is listed
first, the buyer second, and finally,
the value of the stamp affixed to
There were 47 real estate trans
fers recorded in the register of
deeds, office Hay S-lf. They fol
More he a4 City ? Julian Fulcher
and wife to Elmer C. Watson and
wife, <13.95; Esther Anderson to
Ester A. Lewis. *4.83; Delia B.
and C. J. Herring to Edgar A.
Walston and wife, no stamps; Mil
dred E. Worthington and others to
Sadie C. Evans, no stamp*.
A. B. Cooper and wife to John
A. Baker and wife, $2.20; A. B.
Cooper and wife to Betty Ruffin
Willis, 55 cents; Jack T. Styron
and wife to Julian C. C*rr and
wife, $13.75; Atlantic Beach Inc.
to B. B. Sugg, no stamp*; Sterling
See DEEDS. Page I
| Pre of
3.90 SO- 50
4/5 ?L Ai Pi*t
Product of U. 5. A. ftoofco Kompontyo.
Schef?l?y. fo. and Fratno, Colli. ? Mode
? from Oro*n ? 100 prool. ?
(Cortinaed from Page 1)
used their own tool* to build both
The Franklin Memorial Church,
Morehead City, gave the new
church 29 pews, enough to fill the
auditorium. Several persons con
tributed money to buy song books
and other furnishings for the
The Rev. James Howard of New
port came to the church as a full
time pastor the first Sunday of
June last year. Other officers of
the church are John Ebron, treas
urer, and Miss Brenda Smith,
Dcacons are Mr. Eborn, Edward
Buck, Warren Ellis, Mr. Bennett
and Martin Smith. The trustees
for property are Mr. Ellis, Mr.
Buck and Willie Howland. There
are 56 members on the church roll
While the exterior of the build
ing has not been completed, the
interior is well on the way to
completion. The members of the
church are convinced that the con
dition of a man's heart determines
his relationship to his Creator ra
ther than the condition of the
church building he uses.
They don't use this as an ex
cuse to quit working on their
church building, however. "We
want this building to be a monu
ment to the people who have been
so gracious in contributing their
time and money to build it," the
? members say.
Thi* church, not yet completed, li the handiwork of the men and
women of Crab Point who have donated all the labor that hai gone
Into the building.
Put in Jail
John Morris was locked up in the
county jail Saturday under a $150
bond for public drunkenness and
resisting arrest. Morris broke away
from Beaufort policeman Carlton
Gamer and was later apprehended
by the sheriffs department.
Calumet, Mich. (AP)? Plans are
being made for a permanent sum
mer theatre here, starting this
summer or in 1959. Producer-di
rector Paul Barry of New York
hopes to offer 11 weekly plays be
tween June 17 and Labor Day.
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Crowned May Queen
Miss Eva George of the 10A class of Queen Street High School
was recently crowned queen of May Day Festivities by William
Smith, vice-president of the Student Council. The queen was enter
tained by members of each class with a variety of dances.
Man Supplies Wrong
References for Job
Kettering, Ohio (AP)? A young
man who applied for a job on the
poliee force here supplied two
references, an Ohio highway pa
trolman and the police chief of
But when John Shryock, Ketter
ing's police chief, got in touch
with them, both expressed surprise
and said they had met the appli
cant only once. Each had arrested
him for a motor vehicle violation.
He didn't get the job, Shyrock
Veteran Producer Turns
To Industrial Promotion
New York (AP)? Maurice Evans
is turning his productive talents
now to the booming branch of show
business which provides industrial
The veteran star has formed
Maurice Evans Industrials, Inc.,
to create both live stage bhows
and closed circuit tv presentations.
Evans most recently was repre
sented on Broadway with "Tea
house of the August Moon" and
"No Time for Sergeants."
Deep Creek Area
To Get Phones
Telephone company construction
forces are scheduled to begin work
rithin the next two weeks on a
jroject which will provide service
;o 14 rural applicants in the Deep
"reek section near Newport
This was disclosed yesterday by
L. A. daniels, manager for Caro
ina .Telephone and Telegraph Co.,
who stated that the project will in
volve an estimated expenditure of
56,848. Service is expected to be
come available to the applicants
Juring the third quarter of this
Accomplishment of the project
will involve placing three-fourlhs
jf a mile of aerial cable and two
miles of urban and rural distribu
tion wire with associated poles and
anchors. The new subscribers will
be served from the Newport ex
For the past 7 years I have
faithfully tried to serve Car*
teret County in the capacity
I respectfully solicit your
vote for the same office in
the May 31 Primary.
Leslie D. Springle
(This ad paid for by friends)
JAMES 0. SIMPKINS
CARTERET - CRAVEN - GREENE - JONES - LENOIR - ONSLOW
Dedicated to Serve The District, Each
County Equally, and Our State
e BUSINESSMAN? Interested In the farmer and industrial expansion 1
e CIVIC LEADER? Demands Good Government
e EXPERIENCED? Now serving on Hie Board of Aldermen, City of New
e VETERAN? 4 years service in World War II
e ACTIVE CHURCH WORKER? Rr*t Baptist Church
My eatlre platform I* centered around the development and growth of the
Morehead City Port aad to make thia the Na. 1 port al the Atlaatic-therehy
bringing ladaatry to al al Eaatora N.C. I pledge ay (all-time efforts to the
maay problem facing the Commercial Fishermen aad the Farm Program.
Carteret Cwnrty caa coaat oa me ? I want oaly 1 of year 2 votes. Carteret
Coaaty seeds a hardworking friend of Lather Hamilton to aerve with him?
aad I NEED CARTBRET COUNTY.
"I NEED YOUR VOTE TO SERVE"