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? Driver Loses License
Raymond Montford wis ?
tenced to three months in jail after
he entered a plea o t guilty to pub
lic drunkenness, disturbing the
peace and being a public nuisance
in county recorder's court Thurs
Judge Lambert Morris gave
James W. Morgan a suspended
sentence and ordered him to pay
$140 and costs for driving drunk
and driving after his license had
Johnnie and Rosalee Sharpe paid |
$25 and half coats each for posses
sion of non-taxpaid whiskey. Annie |
Teel paid costs for the same of
Others who paid costs follow:
William Arnold, no drivers license;
Qtoacchino A. Papa, no registra
tion for his car; George Murray.]
following too close; and W. L. Tay
lor, passing a bad check. Taylor [
also had to make the cheek good.
Four defendants forfeited bonds
They were William Marbley, vio
lation of fishing laws; John S.
Murphy, no license, driving on the
wrong side of the road and running
a stop sign; Thomas Haye, driving
too fast (or existing conditions;
and Ernest Morris, public drunk
Charges that Jimmy J. Talbert
passed a bad check were dis
missed. Also dismissed were
charges that William Arnold, Jer
ry Brown and Charles Culpopper
had used loud, profane and vulgar
language in public.
There were 76 cases continued.
Over Last Year
Raleigh ? August building per
mid were more than $1,000,000
higher than in the same month
last year in 30 Tar Heel cities of
more than 10,000 population, the
state department of labor reported
Labor Commissioner Frank
Crane said the 30 cities reported
permits totaling $14,001,617 last
month. This was an eight per cent
increase over the (13,013,330 re
ported tor August 1957.
Crane said the cities reported
permits totaling $120,378,491 ia the
first eight months of this year.
This was 25 per cent above the
$95,968,525 total recorded for the
same period last year.
? City totals for August 19SB were
as follows: Albemarle $46,700,
AsheviUe $309,000. Burlington $502,
MO, Charlotte $1,319,498, Concord
$87,100, Durham $333,318, Eliza
beth City $18,400, FayettevBle
$345,507, Castonia $551,550.
Goldsboro $151,650, Greensboro
11,789,656, Greenville $620,640, Hen
derson $137,100, Hickory $277,666,
High Point $1,842,736, Kinston $74.
825, Lexington $191,732, Monroe
$93,500, New Bern $150,550, Ra
leigh $1,957,642, Reidsville $64,900.
Rocky Mount $210,728, Salisbury
$83,325, Sanford $110,300, Shelby
$97,890, Statcsville $253,425, Thom
asville $49,330. Wilmington $549,
140, Wilson $806,167, Winston-Salem
Figures for the first eight months
of 1*58 were aa follows: Albemarle
$653,300, Asheville $4,078,645, Bur
lington $3,057,888, Charlotte $17,
599.604, Concord $657,700, Durham
$8,163,118, Elizabeth City $104,610,
Gastonia $3,803,028, Goldsboro
11,148,185. Greensboro $18,902,565,
Groenrflle $8,457,995, Henderson
$546,680, Hickory $1,489,825, High
Point $5,840,507, Kinston $1,804,881,
Lexington $1,361,951, Monroe $621,
800, New Bern $1,098,281.
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2300 block between Evans md
AramM Streeta was approved.
Bufldingt and grounds com mis
atondr Jasper BeU reported that
the city park at Camp Glenn la
aMU being improved. He aaM that
Morehead Block and TO* Co bad
(fees torn M Model to use along
the edge of the street to keep peo
ple tram driving on the graaa.
CommiaaioneT BeU reported that
the Liana Ctab was working on
restrooms at the park.
The board agreed to grant Com
aaiaaiaaer Bell's request tor tiro
atraOt lights to be installed at the
Capt Charlie Finer waa appotat
?d harbor mater dariag tin meet
inf. Captain Finer had atpmaat J
hia wilhagarss to serve at no coat
to the town.
way, and Tad Garner, MM *tor
May Ooaafa McNeil ml CartMd
Scruggs, who obaerred toe Meet-!
Jof m ? visitor. I
Warmth from H?ti*
Eotn* Pond, VtCG, bout- II
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THE VEWSTIMES at RMrtffe
*ock, weather station In Xlaskl
h* i? stationed.
Mr. Pond is the son W &Tr and
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tnTJe.PUrp0se of ,he meeting was I
'ojetermine the jobs of the d?f
ent people who had been . i
ft*** Civil Defense ??"?!?.
? ?? cfty. Mayor Dill said I
we have appointed a lot if fjw I
2^*1 n0b0dy ^ 5?
,uPP?*?f to do " I
DSTf-S explained that CM1
tural disaster such af , ?J2" I
organtsaNaa to take care at nLr
"w" bilwlr1 'r0m lo" ?"???
babies. "tte zTl* "any
toTfW? PMplr r?"?? 'or the
??y? they went hungry once th*v
bn ^Tre ,nd led tbem "P to 3tte
to Wt'ttsT "? WSy f?r ,own
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Smith gave Mayor Dill , ' ",J?
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jvm m Civil Defense officials In
tyC<and5r?,y,tem' He "id the ???
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Morehead" c!?v ,lr"dy ll,,ed *er*
pT?. Ci,y ^mmlssloners G.
H.n .. Ja*Per Bell, D, J
?r LSI ^.How,y ?nd ^ Gar^
\Tiil ^ZL art.orrw George Mc
ge'gh police chief, W. W
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Four Meetings Scheduled
By County Heme Agent
Mrs. Floy Garner, county home
agent, has announced the follow
ing schedule of meetings for this
The County Home Demonstra
tion Council will meet at 2 p.m.
today in the home agent's office,
Mrs. James Lupton will be bos-;
tess to the Harlowe Home Dem
onstration Club tomorrow evening
The Newport Home Demonstra
tion Club will meet Thursday eve
ning at 1: JO at the home of Mrs.
The Atlantic Club win meet at,
I o'clock Friday afternoon.
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