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TB2 Prr.3OT3ANS WZZZLY, T""0"D, N. C 1"" Y. OCT 1 27, 133
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' Beginning July 1, 1950, a apace will
be provided on North Carolina driv
er licenses for .the blood type of
licensee, the1 Department of Motor
.Vehicles " has ajwouneedi.-:
;' Such information would be of value
in specific instances in case of a bad
accident and in general in case : of
atomic attack, the Department point
ed out. Placing the blood type on
' driver's . licenses is seen by persons
supporting the plan as the simplest
method available- at this time for
carrying the , information.
(Re-licensing of North Carolina's
million and a half drivers will be com
pleted on June 30, 1951, under the
current program and the new re-issuance
program will begin on July
1. Blood type will be placed on li
censes after that date on a voluntary
basis upon presentation of proof of
type. Failure to present this proof
will not be grounds for . refusal to
Issue a license.
North Carolina Junior Chambers of
Commerce will cooperate in the pro
ject, which was suggested by the
Siler City Jaycees and approved' by
the State executive committee at a
f recent meeting in High Point. Dr.
M. P. Blair of Siler City, president
of the Siler City group, is in charge
of the project.
saw driver's' licenses as the best nlace
for carrying blood type, with the pos
sible exception of metal identification
tags. '"The plan seems to be a very
practical and feasible one in case oi
an emergency,? he stated. ; . . . . ,-, .,
WSCS OBSERVES ANNIVERSARY
. - i
' Tha Wnmnn'n Sneietv Inf. Ftfiristian
SflrvirA of the Hertford Methodist
Church, celebrated its 40th . Anniver
sary when the regular montaly meet
ing was Held m the Eaucaxionaijjuiia
ing of the Church. ' s '' '
Mm. C. T. Skinner and Mrs; W. O.
Cherrv greeted the members and the
sruesta at the door. Mrs. D. F. Keed
kept the register. ' -' ' '
Mrs. W. H. Pitt, president, presid
ed and gave the welmpce.
The meeting was opened with a very
impressive candlelight worship ser-
vice with Mrs. i C. winsiow, spiritual
life Leader, to charge. Sweet Hour
nt Pruver" was sunar softly and Miss
Ruth Tucker sang, (The Lord's Prayer,
with Miss Kate Blanch art at the pi
ano. ' ''irv'Vr' , .7 ' '-'
iMrs. Lawrence Towe lead the devo
tion and inrtoduced MrsI B. G. Koonce
who had charge of a very interesting
program with members of the Metho
dita Youth Fellowshln takinsr part,
who dedicate dthe program to the
Minnie Wilson Ctale, Mrs, itoonce,
Mrs. W. G. . Wright and Mrs. T. B.
Sumner gave the flowers in' memory
of Mrs. H. G. Stokes, Sr., a late mem
ber of the circle. '' .;' !
(After Mrs. Koonce read an Anni-
vflmarv noem. the candles on the birth-
arift from the Edenton
jAe project. ... 'WSCS re lighted by each of the
The idea has the approval of Com-, "r - ,
Rosser, E. Z. Jones, 'director of the
North Carolina Council of Civilian
Defense, and John A. Park, chairman
of the Governor's Advisory Commit
tee on Highway Safety, all of Ra
leigh; and Roscoe D. McMullan of
Eed Springs,: president of the North
Carolina Medical Society, Dr. Blair
In correspondence with Dr. Blair
on the project, Commissioner Ros
ser stated, "In my opinion the De
partment should require proof, as to
type in the form of a certificate from
a practicing physician or technician,
or in the case of veterans the type
shown on their identification tags, for
the wrong type might be worse than
no type at all
IWe are changing the printing on
the driver's licenses to be issued on
and after July 1, 1951, to leave a
space for 'blood type.' It is under
stood that this service will be fur
nished on a voluntary basis only and
if information is not furnished by the
applicant, it will not be grounds for
refusal to issue a license,-; ,ne con
tinued. ..' ' a','-L v , .vi kvi, 4 l:.
"Your local Junior Chamber' of
Commerce is to be commended on the
flue-srestion. The nlan should be of
great help to those in treating acci
dent victims, consequently saving lives
that would be lost if they had to wait
for blood chemistry," he added.
Dr. Blair stated that Jaycee groups
throughout the State would provide
booths at which blood typing could be
made and would conduct campaigns
encouraging citizens of the State to
have their Wood types determined.
Praising the plan, Civil ; Defense
miinr Jnnea said that by carrying
their blood types on a card as easily
accessible as a drivers license, tne
ritiaptia of North Carolina will furnish
themselves with an Important pro-
fotfitivn measure in case of emergency,
TTiVhwav Safety Chairman Park
reo-ardino- her work. The program
ended with the singing of "Blest Be
the Tie That (Binds." .
(Refreshments were served and the
members and guests enjoyed a fellow
More than 165 neW books have been
added' to the Perquimans library dur
ing the nasi two months, it was an-
T.n?,tiMui tufov hv the library Board.
These include iUvenile books, teen-age
I ... . , . t , 11 ' A Jf :
books, sports stories as weu as ncwon
and non-fiction, included m tne group
or ifrtrea Toda bv McGun, Effects
of Atomic Weapons, U. S. Department
of Defense; Street of Itnives, iiarns;
T4ii ani T Mid the Salmon-.. Russell;
niamntul Wedding. Steele:' Table and
the Band, Milne; The Spanish Gard
ener, Cronin; A Husband lor . mama,
Paul; Sunlit Field, Kennedy,
Tf. wa also renorted that the' K-
...J Sofnrrinir After-
lorary win ue uyf" ,
dnrini the winter monuis, ex-
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fective October 14. '
The Mary Long Circle of Bethel
noniot rrhnreh mat Monday night,
rvtnhpr 9. in the home of Mrs. Wal
lace Hobbs. The meeting was open
ed by singing "Onward Uinstian
cu;i Mrs. Wade Jordan con-
a.,i-A ilovntinnal followed With
UUVWU v"e " (
nrayer. Business was then discussed
and the hymn "Throw Out The late
Line" Was sung: The program en
titled. '"Rehind The Iron Curtain" was
presented with the following taking
part: Mrs. William Tarnnwm,
Walle Hobbs. Miss Eunice Long,
u Tmn Tnor and MrS.' Julian
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witii all members repeating ne wuc
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the many thousands oi small business man in oar
state axe those engaged in the distribution and
sale of beer. They run their businesses legiti
mately, successfully and in conformance with
the law. They contribute their share to our main
street psosperity to out taies and to the pre
serration of our American way bl life, founded on
free enterprise, tolerance and rights of others.
But most important to these men ano id you, is
the fact that they stand for the legal control of the
tale of beer as opposed to bootlegging methods.
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