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DUNN, N. C. MONDAf AFTERNOON,
BER 14, 1964
FIVE CENTS FEB COPY
DUNN STORES OPEN
ALL DAY WEDNESDAYS
— mo. i*s
Sales Average $60.14 Last Week
Dunn Market Near $3 Million
With a naverage of $60.14 foi
last week’s sales Dunn’s tobacco
market neared the three million
pound mark in season’s sales today
after only nine sale days.
The market had a big break of
rood quality tobacco this morn
First sale Tuesday will be at the
Planter’s Warehouse, second at
the Big Four.
Last week, though there were
only two sales days because of the
sales holiday Dunn’s market sold
789,512 oounds for $474,803.37, a
The week’s average boosted the
season’s average, kept down the
first sev?n sales days because of
sale of untied tobacco, to $53.23 a
rise of some $8.00 a hudred above
the first week.
Thru Friday total season’s sales
were 2,625,343 pounds for $1,397,
There svas a good chance sales
would so over the 3,000,000 pound
Sales thru last Friday were over
a half million pounds ahead of the
same preiod of sales in 1963 and
over a quarter million dollars.
Friday’s sales average $58.81 for
362,592 pounds for a total of $313,
Mrs. Hubert W. Base of 703 E.
Pope St., who indicted her husband
for assault and then refused to
testify against him, was given ten
days in jail today by Judge Wood
row Hill in the Dunn court.
Evidence disclosed that when
policeman Bruce Massengill went
to arrest Bass on the warrant
sworn out by his wife, she told him
he wasn’t home. It turned out he
Judge Hill ordered her to pay
the court costs. She didn't have
the (nosey so he gave her ten days
in jail. Later, however, the judge
agreed to release her so she could
raise the money.
Bass was convicted in another
case of disposing of mortgaged
property, a television set he bought
from O. S. Tucker Furniture Co.
He was given 90 days on the roads,
suspended on payment of court
costs and $60 to the Tucker firm.
He was also put on probation for
J. T. bane, 23, was convicted
of driving dtunk and another tra
ffic violation and on a third charge
of driving after license had been
revoked. He was given six months
for driving after revocation, fined
$100 and costs and put on pro
bation. He was also given eight
months in each of the other two
cases, fined $100 in each, court
costs and put on probation for a
total of 22 months and $300 fine.
Howard Thompson, 22, charged
with assaulting Bobby Parker, was
given 30 days suspended on pay
ment of court cost* and the con
ditions that he stay away from
Parker’s .'.ervice station and vio
late no laws for 12 months.
AT BENSON GOP RALLY — A group of well-known Harnett and Johnston County leaders are shown
here with GOP Congressional candidate Jim Gardner of Rocky Mount at the enthusiastic Gavin
Gardner-Goldwater rally at Benson Friday night. Left to right are: Constable Brad McLamb, Alfred
Suries, Mr. Gardner. Walter (Go Go) Jackson, Harnett GOP Chairman Bill Godwin and U. S. Com
missioner Abe Elmore. Mr. Gavin had already left wnen this picture was made. (Daily Record Photo.)
GOP Rally Hears Goldwqter Tide Rising
A crowd of more than 500 attend
ing an enthusiastic Gavin-Gardner
Goldwater rally at Benson Friday
night heard the gubernatorial can
didate predict victory in November
and the congressional candidate
score Southern Congressmen who
“talk on one or two conservative
issues in their own district, but
vote down the line with northern
Gets Support of Former Democratic Gov.
Barnett For Barry
JACKSON, Miss. (UPI) — For
■ mer Gov. Ross R. Barnett a life
long Democrat and one of Miss
issippi’s most powerful state poli
tical leaders, Saturday endorsed
Arizona ?en. Barry Goldwater for
“The American people have a
choice to vote either for a can
didate for president of the Unit
ed States who fanatically advan
ces and is ardently supporting - the
present trend,” Barnett said, ‘‘ohr
another candidate for president
who is opposed to the present
“I am going to vote for the
conservative — Sen. Barry Gold
water — who had the courage to
vote against the civil rights bill,”
Even If You've Already Had Shots
All Citizens Urged
To Take Vaccine
Adults and children who were
vaccinated several years ago with
Salk Polio vaccine in the first
great break in the fight against
polio should all be sure and take
the Sabin Oral Polio vaccine when
the program to give it to everyone
in Harnett county begins , on Sep
Dr. W. H. Lilly, of Dunn, chief
coordinator for the county polio
program, pointed out that the Salk
vaccine was vaccine that cut down
the worst effects of the polio virus
but didn’t prevent it. The new
Sabin vaccine taken orally on a
, lump of sugar in two doses, brings
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Scott Pours It on Goldwater
Lillington Event Big Succese
Robert W. Scott of Haw River,
in a fighting campaign speech at
Lillington Saturday afternoon,
urged Harnett citizens to vote a
straight Democratic ticket on Nov.
3 from top to bottom.
Scott, Democratic nominee for
Lt. Oov. and chairman of a na
tional farmers’ committee for
Johnson, blasted Republican can
didate Barry Goldwater for his
views on agriculture, conservation,
foreign affairs, education and anti
"A vote for Barry Goldwater, is
•imply an invitation to. disaster,”
warned Scott* principal speaker at
Lillington’s first annual three-day
Town and Country Days celebra
The event which ended Saturday,
was hailed by Oeneral Chairman
W J. (Bill) Randall as “a tremen
dous success.” He said members
of the Lilling ton Chamber of Com
merce, its sponsor, were delighted
with the crowd of nearly 2,000
which turned out and already are
tn»ving plans for an even bigger
and better event next year.
More than 20 units were in the
big parade- which preoeded the 4
Scott speech, whicn naa to oe
moved into the county courthouse
when a cloudburst came down un
The rain cut the size of Scott’s
crowd, but didn’t dampen its en
thusiasm. He was repeatedly inter
rupted by applause as he poured
it on the Republicans and extolled
Scott was speaking in a county
which gave his father, the late
Kerr Scott, the largest vote he re
ceived for governor outside his na
tive Alamance and the Harnett
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Jim Gardner of Rocky Mount,
opposing Harold Cooley for Con
gress, said these Congressmen “are
primarily to blame for destruction
of State’s rights and our constitu
LBJ Called Turncoat
The remark most often heard a
mong the Democrats who made no
bones about the fact they’re sup
porting Goldwater for President,
“I didn’t leave the Democratic
Party. The party left me and oth
er Democrats are believe in the
basic principles of the Democratic
They branded President Johnson
as “a turncoat who fought the Ci
vil Rights bill as hard as any
body else until he became Presi
dent and is now its chief advo
Gubernatorial candidate Bob Ga
vin, who toured the county with
Gardner and other GOP candi
dates earlier in the day. address
ed the crowd briefly and then left
for another rally at Goldston.
He declared the “tide is rising”
and predicted a Republican victory
on both the State and national
<Cerrrmoeo on ria«o Six')
llan In N. Y.
EW YORK (UPI) — White
■ents opened a two-day boycott
the nation’s largest school sys
today in protest against an
egration plan that forced some
dents to transfer to schools out*
[e their neighborhoods.
'rotesting parents threw up
ket lines at a number of schools,
an attempt fo enroll a token
up of 14 students at a Queens
ior High School in defiance
the school board transfer ord
The principal said he could not
atj ;ept the students who were as
si ned to a predominantly Negro
s< 100I a mile and a half away.
dore than one million students
wi re expected to enroll when the
sc loola opened on a rainy, emo
ti n - fraught first day of the fall
se nester. But the number was re
di :ed substantially by the boycott.
It was invoked by the irate white
parents in a determined fight a
ga|nst the integration plan. Which
brought about the city’s first in
voluntary transfers In history to
hejlp facility integration.
Readers of the boycott predict
ed in advance as many as 300,000
ndfeht stay away.
freliminary reports from school
officials said 57 per cent of the
students were absent at one Queens
scftool and 42 per cent at another.
A homecoming and revival ser
vices will bP observed next week
at Prospect Free Will Baptist ch
urch between Dunn and Buies
Creek, one mile off Highway 421.
Rev. Eugene Hales, oastor of the
church, said homecoming will be
next Sunday (Sent. 20). Following
dinner on the e-rounds, special sing
ing will be In the afternoon.
Groups from churches In two or
more counties are eXDected to
attend, Rev. Hales noted.
The next nieht (Sept. 21) Evan
gelist Bobbv Jackson will deliver
the revival messages The servi
ces. 7:30 nlgfrlv, will continue
through Sept. 27.
Rev. Hales will assist with the
He has extended an invitation
to the public to attend.
IJ. S. FILES PROTEST
BERLIN (UPI) — The United
States charged Monday that Com
munist bodder guards endanger
ed the lives of American soldiers
and West Berliners when they
shot arefuge e escaping over the
This Lady Has:
Real Big Problem
LONDON (UPI) — A reader
wrote to a motoring correspondent
Sunday about the problems of a
small woman with a large bust in
a small car.
"This may sound like a Joke,”
the reader with protected anony
mity wrote to the Sunday Tele
graph, “but it isnt.
“I’m a small woman with a large
bosom and heaven knows there
must be thousands of women drives
my shape and the only car in
which I can reach the pedals is a
mini (small car).
“To do that I have to move
the seat so far forward that I
am sitting right under the steer
ing wheel and I’m too far forward
to give any hand signals.
“Par worse, when I stop the car
and lean forward to get from un
der the steering wheel my ample
bosom sounds the horn. It’s most
embarrassing. Passing motorists
glare and innocent bystanders jump
out of their skins. It may sound
funny, but it’s most mortifying"
WASHINGTON — President Johnson steps up his election
campaign this weeic with a swing into the Far West and Sen. Barry
M. Goldwater goes into the South in search of cotes
WASHINGTON — President Johnson says he sees “no
thing to be gained" by injecting the U. S. Supreme Court into the
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — Sixteen battalions of
Indonesian guerrillas were reported today to be massing on Malay
sia’s frontiers on the Island of Borneo.
At Four - Coun y
able to get away from the set of “Hush . • . Hush, Sweet
Charlotte” to register for the November elections. So
director Robert Aldrich brought in Los Angeles Registrar
Irma Green, left, who set up the registration, Bette s Nov.
3 choice? Lyndon B. Johnson.
Voting For Barry
History Would Never Forgive
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (UPI) —
Democratic vice presidential no
mnee Hubert H. Humphrey said to
day that history would never for
give the American people if they
elect Sen. Barry M Goldwater pre
In remarks prepared for delivery
here after a flight from Santa Fe,
N. M.. the Minnesota senator urged
party members to recall former
President Harry S. Truman’s sur
prise victory in 1948.
“It should be a solemn warning
never to let ourselves fall victim
to complacency - or to be so con
fident of victory that we do not....
do our damndest to win,” he said.
Humphrey launched a five point
attack on Goldwater charging that
a victory by the Republican presi
dential nominee would mean a vo
luntary Social Security system and
a regressive Income tax.
“His finger - or the finger of
some field commander, as he has
advocated - could be on the nuclear
trigger,” Humphrey said.
The Tennessee Valley Authority
could be sold and farm supports
abolished if Goldwater won in No
vember, he said.
“Federal assistance m uroan re
development and housing programs
could be ended,” and “the social
and economic achievements of the
past three decades could be in
grave jeopardy,” Humphrey said.
“All this could happen, if we let
it,” he said. "If we do, history
will not forgive us — if. indeed,
there are people left with the a
bility and the heart to arite it.”
Five Barns Of
A packhouse owned by Hubert A.
Godwin, operator of Godwin’s Lake,
near Benson, burned early this
Five barns of tobacco stored in
the jlackhousie werte reported a
total loss, valued at about $2,000.
Damage to the barn was put at $1,
The Meadow Fire department
rushed to the scene and prevented
sreadp of the blaze.
Gates To Open ~
Tonite At 6;
The grand opening of Dunn’s
Four-County American Legion Fair,
rained out Saturday night by Hur- '
ricane Dora, will be held tonight
at 6 p. m at the fairgrounds on
Fair managers AMs Carver and
Lewis Whittenton said this after
noon that everything is in read
iness for the gala opening of the
gala exposition and a large throng
is expected tonight and every day
and night throughout the week.
Thousands of people were dis
appointed over the fact that rains
prevented opening of the fair Sat
urday night. There was a steady
stream of traffic along Jonesboro
But the weather was clear to
day and the big fairgrounds took
on a festive air as exhibits were
completed in the arena and as
workmen finished erecting the big
David B. Endy Attractions on the
It is the largest carnival com
pany ever to play in Dunn and
has so many rides, shows and oth
er attractions that it had to be
crowded to get on the midway.
There are a total of 25 rides and
Both fair managers Whittenton
and Carver expressed delight with
the Endy carnival company.
There will be no ceremonies at
“We just want people to come on
in and enjoy themselves seeing the
exhibits and the other great at
tractions,” said the fair managers.
GOP gubernatorial candidate Bob
Gavin will visit the fair on Tues
day and will speak briefly, Har
nett GOP Chairman Bill Godwin
It was announced today that
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The marriage of Ruby B. Parker
and James L Parker of Erwin was
annulled in Harnett Recorder’s
Court when court learned Parker
was not divorced when he went
through a wedding ceremony with
the plaintiff on June 2, 1962, in
A civil action Jn which James
C. Cameron was asking for $7,500
for personal injuries he received
in a car accident on Prison Road
near Lillington, in which Rufus
Stokes was the driver, was heard
in Recorder’s court in Lillington
Archie Taylor represented the
plaintiff and Bobby Bryan the In
surance Co. and defendant. A Jury
of 12 men awarded Cameron $1,000.
Gavin Here Tuesday; Moore In Lillinqton Saturday
Moore, Gavin Due This Week
Democratic guebmatorial nom
inee and his opponent, Republican
Bob Gavin, will both visit Harnett
County this week tor political ap
Gavin, who was here just a few
weeks ago, will spend Tuesday
afternoon and night in Dunn.
Moore will visit Lillington Sat
urday afternoon as part of an east
ern bus tour. Complete details of
Moore’n visit to Harnett have not
yet been announced.
Harnett Opunty Democrats gave
I the “Mountain Man” one of the
biggest majorities of any county
in the State in the runoff. He
carried all but one of Harnett’s 21
precincts and lost that one by only
a slight margin.
Harnett GOP Chairman Bill God
win said today tnat Mr. Gavin
will leave Senator Barry Gold
water in Winston-Salem tomorrow
morning after his appearance
there and come directly to Dunn.
He is expected to visit H. P.
Cannon, Bien Jolie, Wellons Can
dy Co. and .various other Indus
trial plants here and also var
ious stores, offices and business
Gavin will visit the Pour-County
Fair Tuesday night and is expected
to speak briefly.
Chairman Godwin said today a
large number of Harnett citisens,
both Democrats and Republicans,
are expected to be in Raleigh
Thursday morning to see and hear
Senator Oolowater when he visits
the capital city.
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