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Edward T. McCabe Serves
Aboard Submarine Cubera
AtlftsUe Fleet? Edward T. Mc
Cabe, seaman, USN, son of Mr.
and Mrs. George T. McCabe of
route 1 Newport, is serving aboard
the submarine USS Cubera, op
erating with the US Atlantic Fleet.
US Seventh Fleet? Will J. Gas
kill, steward second class, USN, j
son of Mrs. Annie Gaskill of 1509
I Bay St., Morehead City, and hus
band of the former Miss Queen
E. Guess of San Diego, Calif, is
serving aboard the attack aircraft
carrier USS Pennington with the
US Seventh Fleet In the Far East.,
Rufus O. Hester Jr., 1008 Avery
St., Morehead City, enlisted in the
Navy Tuesday, Nov. 25, at Rich
mond, Va The enlistment is for
I four years. Announcement of the
enlistment was made this week
by N. H. Dover, USN recruiter.
Fort Riley, Kan.? Pvt. Donald
D. Harrelson, 17, ton of Mr. and
Mrs. Draudy L. Harrelson, 304 S.
13th St., Morehead City, recently
completed eight weeks of basic
combat training at Fort RiLcy,
Harrelson was graduated from
Morehead City High School in 1958.
Cape May, N. J. ? Gerald G. Ma
son, seaman apprentice, USCGR,
son of Mrs. Lena Mason of route
1 Jeaufort, has completed 13
weeks of basic training at the US
Coast Guard Receiving Center,
Cape May, N. J. He entered the
Coast Guard's six-month Reserve
Program last August.
Seaman apprentice Mason will
now begin advanced small arms
training and will later receive ad
vanced training in seamanship
aboard the US Coast Guard Train
ing Station, Groton, Conn. After
completing his six months' activc
duty, he will return to his home
reserve training unit.
Before entering the Coast Guard
seaman apprentice Mason attend
ed Beaufort High School.
Clarence Cottle, Morehead City
has been sworn in as a Nava
aviation officer candidate at the
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit
Naval Air Station, Norfolk.
Mr. Cottle departed Norfolk foi
Pensacola. Fla. where he will at
tend pre-flight school and basii
flight training. Upon completioi
of basic training, he will receivt
. . . train at Pensacola
advanced training at one of. the
various Naval Air Stations located
throughout the United States.
Mr. Cottle is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Lummie Cottle of Morehead
City. He attended Morehead City
High School and is a graduate of
East Carolina College.
Fort George G. Meade. Md. ?
Specialist Five James E. Diffee, 24,
whose wife, Jane, lives on route 2
Newport, recently participated with
the GGth Signal Battalion in "Exer
cise Rocky Shoals," a joint Army
Navy maneuver held on the Cali
Specialist Diffee is regularly as
signed to the 69th's Company B at
Fort George G. Meade, Md. He
entered the Army last January and
completed basic training at Fort
fackson, S. C.
Diffee was graduated from New
Bern High School in 1952 and at
ended Campbell Junior College.
His parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. H.
Diffee, live at 70 Fifty-second,
Jackie A. Willis, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ned Willis, 1302 Shackleford
\ve., Morehead City, has enlisted
n the United States Navy for four
Jackie will receive his basic
'raining at Great Lakes Training
"enter, Great Lakes, 111. He is a
raduale of Morehead City High
>chool and was employed by the
Sanitary Restaurant, Morehead
I ?# 'U l*"'? ?" s -i
Dr. G. S. Posrier Speaks
At Recent UNC Seminar
Dr. Gerald S. Posnrr, oceanogra
phcr at the University of North
Carolina Institute of Fisheries Re
search, spoke at the recent sem
inar in the zoology department at
His subject was Physical, Chem
ical, and Biological Studies con
ducted in Albemarle, Croatan, Roa
noke and northern Pamlico sounds
from October 1955 to August 1997.
During the course of his work,
Dr. Posner collected data, at
least monthly, which included tem
peratures, salinities, current mea
surements, oxygen, phosphate, ni
trate. plankton, and meteorological
Most of this work was conducted
aboard the institute's research ves
sel Machapunga. Whenever need
ed, the Croatan, a patrol boat of
the NC Division of Commercial
Fisheries was made available to
According to the studies conduct
ed by Dr. Posner, the salinity and
nutrient content of the water, in
1956 and 1957, as far south as
Miss Dorothy Avery, director of
the county library, has announced
the bookmobile schedule (or Mon
day and Tuesday. It follows:
Monday: 9 15-8 50 ? Mecrimon,
Mrs. Bessie Carraway's book Its
tion; 19:00-10:4# ? South Hirer.
Mrs. Vera Cannon's book, station;
10:50-11:30 ? Merriraon, Mrs. Louiae
Pittman's book station.
11:35-11:45? Open Grounds, Mrs.
Georgia Long; Core Creek, 12:05
12:20? Mrs. Laura Foreman; 1:00
1:40 ? Mrs. Bertice Dickenson's
Wire Gr?*s, 1 : 50-2 :(*? Mrs. Hera
Hodges; t:10-2:lS ? Mr*. Ada
Jones; 2:30-3:10? Mrs. Dollie ud
ley's book station, i
Russells Creek, 3:15-3:10? Mrs.
Helen Garner's book station; 3:35
3:45? Mr?. Pearl Courtney; 3:50
4:00? Mrs. Rh lora Dudley; 4:10
4:35? Mrs. Mary Marshburn.
Tnesday: 0:30-9:10 ? Gloucester,
book station la J. S. Pigotl's
Store; t - Straits, Mr*.
Glady* D?v(s' book station.
Harkers Island. 10:*-10:?-Mtt.
Ruble Guthrie's book station; 10:50
11:35? Mrs. Inez Willis' book sta
tion; ll:4t-ll:5$? Mrs. Revs Nel
son; 12:3542:31 ? Mrs. MaMlae
Emory; 12:55-1:10? Mrs. Ad* Wil
lis; !:lS-t:4l-Mrs. tsteBe Flu
haft; l'J0-2rte? Mrs Frank Moore.
2:10-2:55? Otway, Mrs. Josephine
Englehard depended mainly on the
rate of water flow from the Roa
noke and Chowan rivers. Very
strong winds or heavy rainfall
sometimes resulted in abrupt, tem
porary, local effects.
Dr. Posner found that the waters
of the sounds studied are approxi
mately three times as rich in nu
trients as the highly productive
New England waters of Long Is
Although the waters of the North
Carolina sounds arc extremely rich
in nutrients, he found that zoo
plankton populations (minute ani
mals upon which nearly all forms
of life depend) are surprisingly
It is believed that the small
zooplankton populations are due,
at least in part, to the fact that
these small animals are being con
stantly preyed upon by a multi
tude of small recently spawned
fishes (menhaden, anchovies, spot,
croaker, flounder, etc.) which uti
lize the sounds as nursery grounds.
Dr. Peaaer psMs Mt that the
Albemarle Sound area, unique in
its geographical, chemical, physi
cal, ana biological characteristics,
must he continually studied in or
der to gain a clear conception of
the many factors which control
biological production within Its
Lealie Springle, coroner of Car
(tret County for the past hvm
years, received this week i latter
of com [rendition from Brig. Gea.
E. C. Dyer, Cherry Point.
The letter follows;
21 November IBM
Dear Mr. Springle:
It ia my understanding that you
are retiring from the office of
coroner of Carteret County.
At this time I wish to express
my gratitude to you for the fine
cooperation and coordination which
has been enjoyed with you by this
command in matters of mutual in
terest. Your help and cooperation
during the years clearly express
the fine spirit of friendship and
coordination which our communi
My very best wi-'hoa and sincere
appreciation to you.
E. C. Dyer
Brigadier General. USMC
Mr. Springle on Monday gave
county commissioners a report cov
ering his six years and 11 muntns
in office. The report covered his
activities up until midnight 9unday.
lie checked on 496 eases, traveled
25, 155 miles, and coaductcd 37 in
quests. There were IT deaths by
gunshot wounds (classified as mur
ders), 66 drownings, 67 road fatal
ities, and 28 suicides.
The reiiort for 1958 (included the
above): two suicides, seven drown
ings, three murders, three inquests,
and six road fatalities, making a '
total of 57 fatalities thus far in
1958. Milfs traveled total 1,966.
Air Force Seeks
The US Air Force needs young
men in the aviation cadet pilot and
navigator training. Those who
qualify can expect a class assign
ment within four weeks alter pro
cessing is completed.
Sgt. Frank Fernley, Air Force
Recruiter, states that any male
citizen between the ages of 19 and
28W is eligible. He must also be
single and a high school graduate.
Most of the processing is ac
complished in Raleigh; however,
after ,-uccessful completion of this
phase, applicants are sent at gov
ernment expense to the Air Force
Academy and Aircrew Exatniftng
Center at Shaw AFB, S. C., for
further testing. Applicants are
then returned home to await an
Avaition Cadet class assignment
for either pilot or navigator train
This program leads to an Air
Force commission after approxi
mately 12 months training. Second
lieutenants on flying status earn iu
excess of $3,000 per year.
Young men interested In this
program should contact Sergeant
Fernley at the postoffice building,
New Bern, as soon as possible.
One of the world's first libraries
is at the palace of Asaurbanipal in
Iraq. The library "books" are clay
tablets, some dating back 2fiOO
J. M. DAVIS
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