I The Pilot Covers
I Brunswick Count]
1 ^a^XTEEN , N(
I Drought I
" [TTSRntGH PA.
ticks arrive from tt
it:.- eton, Pa., 16 mile
Vr rush to the streets i
of all in scriptions. From t
.'V tote the containe
jhc lives of 600 people a:
Changes In C
Nationally Known Labor<tory
Will Take Ov?
Matters Handled By Wa
Department For Six Moi
GREAT STEEL TOWER
TO REPLACE BALLOOl
Army Special Detached Sei
vice Detail To Remain At
Fort Until Tower Is
A onally known laborator
nth its name not yet release
k taking over the government
experiments which have bet
nrned on at Fort Caswell f(
the past six months. The wot
thus far has . sen handled _ t
civilian scientific expert's.' tindi
the direct um of the Army ar
X'jvv A detail of Army men c
httached service has been assis
K tlic experts by handling tl
t:?e balloon that is maintaine
Tnc balloon, it is understoo
iced by a steel towi
is soon as possible. The dete
?f Army men will remain at tl
corn handling the balloon un!
hi tower is completed.
It is understood that the go
eminent will retain posession i
ill the 300 acre reservation, tl
laboratory simply taking over tl
pperiincnts. Nothing has bet
regarding the nature i
these experiments and an armt
guard maintained steadily abot
fc bin!' gs in which they a
Rumors have it that the labor
tory work will be permanent. Tl
bet that the steel tower hi
Whir facilities are to be co;
Knitted lenrls credence to th
LEAVES FOR COLLEGE
Miss Beitha Danford, daught
' Mr and Mrs. Ephrain Du
of Bolivia, left Monday
Hi College. She pla
in Home Economic
55 Danford graduated at B
"ua high school with the cla
a: ! Mrs. Ephrain Danfoi
left Tuesday on the
nation They will spend sor
"m? in Washington. D. C. Fro
"tin they will visit Mr. Da
b brother and sister-in-la
r- and Mrs Thomas Danford
F'-j They will retu
,,r?'J5h 'h<- Blue Ridge rnou
stopping in Charlotte
h ly of Mrs. Danfort
Mrs R. E. S<
I Fay Robinson
I Ash entered t
School of Nurtu
I O VACATION
I I. T Yaskell is (
kV^ta'10n ':;rl w'th ^rs
18 viming Mr. Yaskel
Mary A. Yaskell.
I J They expect
29th. During 1
V.'ittcrs Thompson- is a
H " ? Mrs Edr.a Bell, Miss Ma
j,?" potter and "Uncle Jim"
ef the mail.
n Avella, Pa.
Soundphoto.?As the water- j]
le Citizens Water Company of ]
s away, the townspeople of j
ivith pans, buckets and bottles
he tiniest tot to doddering old L
irs seeking the precious liquod. |i
re endangered by the lack of!1
ir County Escaped
ir Severe Storm '
The great tropical stonn
m which swept inland from ! ]
| Florida on Sunday, doing
lilt "* !
IllimuilS vi ihmuui unuiu^c hi
that state and lesser damage
in other states, was only ,
lightly felt in Brunswick !,
county. Rains and the tides, j
^ ! two feet above normal high | (
tides, did no damage at
Southport. At times on Mon- ^
,n day the wind reached a velo- :
3r city of about 40 miles per |]
k hour. I
>y Riee (jsvjtt of ? naw
I township in the lower part
of the county, nearest the j j
111 path of the storm, stated i!
yesterday morning that only (
10 small damage was sustained.
11 Preparing For ;
j Council Meeting
'f Large Gathering Expected (
,e At County Agriculture
ie Building At Supply On 1
<n October 28th
;d| Miss Alenc McLamb and the <
ut various clubs are making pre-1)
re parations for the County Council
Meeting to be held ut the agri- 1
3" cultural building at Supply 011 '
]fl Friday of next week. ,
n_: Since many families are pur;
chasing freezer lockers the Home
j Agent has invited Mrs. Mary L. j
1 McAllister to attend this nieetj
ing and give a demonstration on j
j tile preparation of foods for
'freezer lockers. Mrs. McAllister j
| is Extension Economist in food ,
I conservation and marketing at (
(State College and her demonstraj
tion will be of great value to the
"All Home Demonstration Clul>!
j members," says Miss McLamb,
er ("should feel it a personal re- !
n- (sponsibility to attend this meetto
' ing. It is not confined to the
ns I women. The public is invited
;S.1 and all who expect to purchase a
0. freezer locker are urged to atss'
I Another item of special interest
ion the program will be to make
(plans for Kali Federation Day.
-tj> 1 All club members will want to be
,jr1 at the meeting on the 28th, so I
ne that they may have a part in
m these plans.
Wins Air Medal
r" In Pacific Area
to In a recent letter to Mr. and;
I's Mrs. J. H. Mills, of Leland, Gen-1
3l-jeral George C. Kenncy, command-j
" | ing officer of the Far East Air
j Forces, revealed that their son. j
j Cpl. Franklin Harlce Mills, has j
0f been awarded the Air Medal and
jjeJ cited for meritorious achievement'
_ (while participating in aerial;
? ? - 1 ?- tmrn 1
l1^' flights in the vacmc aiu, .......
May 17th to July 12, 1945.
Volunteering'for the Anny Air
Forces in September, 1943, Cpl. j
Dn Mills received his training at
'^'Greensboro; Amarillo and Harlin-!
's gen, Texas.; Lemore Field, Calif-!
a' ornia; and Walla Walla, Wash-1
to; ington. He left for overseas duty j
lis from Salanias, California, serving!
is- as a turret gunner on a B-24
tr-j Liberator. He had completed 15!
in missions at the time of the cita-i
* t : - r - r * ...
Dies In Plane
Son Of W. B. Keziah C
Southport And Form<
Whiteville Resident Wi
Flight Clerk On Tran
20 HOME BOUND
Keziah Was Grandson
Of Mrs. Henry Coleman
Of Fair Bluff;
' ments Incorn
Pfc. Elbert P. Keziah, fligl
clerk aboard a transport plai
flying veterans home from Eur
pean battlegrounds, was killi
Saturday when his plane crashi
and burned a few seconds lat<
ifter it had taken off from Fail ft
lirport, Kansas City, Kansas. Pi
Keziah was the son of W.
Keziah of Southport and a form
resident of Whiteville.
Aboard the ship were twent
>ne nomewarct-DOuna vererai
jnly one of which remained ali'
Saturday night and his conditic
ivas critical. All members of tl
:rew, consisting of Pfc. Keziah,
pilot and a co-pilot, died in tl
Pfc. Keziah was a graduate
the Fair Bluff High school ai
the grandson of Mrs. Hen:
Coleman. His mother, Mrs. Ama
:1a Outten, lives in Yorktown, V
He would have reached his 20
uirthday in this month.
Young Keziah spent his car
life in Southport. After gradua
:ng from the Fair Bluff hif
school he worked for a year i
trouble shooter at the great Arn
I\ N. T. plant at Yorktown, V
He resigned his position fro
ihis essential industry in Septer
per. 1943, to enlist in the A
Corps. For several months 1
,vas stationed at an Army A
Base in Alaska. Transferred
Baltimore in the spring of 194
le was assigned to a Dough
Army Transport and had be<
,vith that plane and the sail
1 r? ? rru,.
lew mem uei iui a _> e a I. in,
ferried Rrmy officers and pc
sonel from Baltimore and oth
eastern points across the continei
ind were engaged in returnir
iverscasovcrseas veterans to va
ous states. His mother, Mi
Dtten, of Yorktown, has been e:
jaged in supervising women i
the Government plant in Yorl
town for the past three years.
The body was shipped fro
Kansas City yesterday, the ds
in which he would have been :
The body Is expected to rea<
Florence, S. C., on Thursdl
light and the funeral will 1
teld on Friday afternoon at
j'clock at the Baptist church
Three of the veterans were ali'
.vhen rescue parties reached tl
charred wreckage on the nor
sank of the Missouri River. (
these, Sgt. Bernard C. Tucke
Etna, Calif., and Cpl. Fred Elbei
Pasadena, Calif., died later at
liospital. Sgt. Ora D. D
long, whose [Papers indicated 1
lad relatives at Fort Scott, Ka:
tVinfield. Kas., and San Bernar
ino, Calif., remained alive tli
afternoon but his condition w
described as critical.
Because of a delay in notifyii
next of kin names of the passe
gers had not been released.
The big Douglas C-47 milita
plane had just left the runwi
at the local airport after i
fueling to continue its flight we;
ward from Newark, N. J.; w
nesses said one engine sputter
as the craft left the field. T
ship made it across the Missoi
river, immediately north of t
field, but lost altitude rapidly a:
topped a tree on the bank of t
river. One river caught the ei
bankment of the Burlington bai
of the river. One wing caug
fire, falling in flames north
the track. The radio tower
the field said it was not in cc
tact with the pline at the timi
E. W. McGowan, who was 1
cently honorably discharged frc
tlie sendee, is spending a f<
days here with Mr. and Mi
Ormond Leggett and Mrs. Vien.
Leggett. He was stationed
Caswell as a druggist during :
earlier days at a base. He h
had the unusual experience
having sensed in the Army Na
and Marines, all during a fo
year period. Starting with t
Army he was transferred to t
Navy and from the Navy to t
Marines. His experience as
druggist and the need 01 su
men in the different servic
caused his transfers. He stat
yesterday that he came here
visit the friends he made he
and the town he likes.
>d News paper 1
)ort, N. G., Wednesday,
| Clark Named
g' Representative J: Bayard Clark P
er of Fayetteville, member of Con-11
gress from the Seventh Congres-1'
sional District, has been named (
ls to a 10-man committee to investi- 1
yg gate the Pearl Harbor disaster!
)n ' and returned to Washington to-j1
le | day, from his home in Fayette-1*
a ; ville, to attend the organizational |1
le I meeting of the committee.
Clark, who has been detained '
of I at his home in Fayetteville be- 1
1(1 cause of a severe cold, agreed to |1
ry1 serve on the committee after i,
n- Speaker Sam Rayburn called him ]
a-|by long distance from Washing- (
'-*1; ton. The appointment is consider- (
icd in Washington as a very high I
t | honor to the Seventh COngresslon-; _
rh]al District. j
is! The committee, to be headed byj<
ty. Senator Majority Leader Barklcy, 1
a' i will be composed of the follow-1'
m . , 1
n. ung members:
jr j From the Senate?George of j
ie; Georgia and Lucas of Illinois, <
| Democrats, and Ferguson of Mith-j'
g?|igan and Brewster of Maine, Re-!'
}s publicans. j,
sn i From the House Cooper of > <
le ' Tennessee, Clark of North Caro- 1
Una and Murphy of Pennsylvania, !
r" Democrats, and Kcefe of Wiscon- '
I sin and Gearhart of California,
The group will meet Tuesday to'
r~; organize. Barkley's election ns
s':chairman then is a foregone con-;
j* | It was he who introduced the;
! resolution for an inquiry into all j
! circumstances of the Japanese at-1
m tack which knocked out eight!
| American battleships and plunged'
vj j this country into war.
1 Clark is the Congressman who j
l^|is June of 1914 bitterly opposed'
a Pearl Harbor investigation dur-;
. jing war-time in a speech on the ,
111 j floor of the House. At that time.;
' however, he said the matter (
lc | should be investigated at the end f
^ of hostilities.
sr. John Simmons
:ta Has Discharge
'C~ 1 " I
. Seaman first class John B. i
e Simmons received his discharge i
papers in San Francisco on the 1 <
10th and is now with his wife,
]ls the former Miss Glcnnie Price, in
as Wilmington. He is the son of]
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Simmons of |
Southport and spent his entire |i
"' life here until he entered the ser-ji
vice directly after graduating1
from high school. He has > been j
1^r in service for 38 months.
Before the war we put out a
'e lot of stuff on sport fishing, both
in this paper and a lot of big
e- ones up country, as well as over
ini various radio stations. Along
>w about this time we are swamped
rs. with inquiries as to what became j:
na of all our plugging for the sport
at fishing. The long and short of it
its is that we have nothing much to :
as say for the sport fishing oh the 1
of coast of Brunswick and will noti
vy, have much to say until better]
ur facilities in the way of boats and
he hotels are available to take' care]'
he of the interested sportsmen. As
he a regular thing our mail brings
a us an average of three letters !
ch per day from sportsmen, wanting
:es hotel accommodations and boats.
I Neither are availflhlo in a ufnv in
to even make a dent on the demand. 1
,re Why should we play up sport
fishing news and interest people1
~ ' if" ifi rn'rrttat" i - a
n A Good Con
Have Busy Day
Road Improvements And
Various Tax Matters Oc-!
cupied Attention Of The
Road improvement and various
tax adjustment matters occupied
the attention of the Board of
County Commissioners at their
reuglar meeting here Monday. Ac:o.ding
to the Minutes the following
constituted the major matters
In accordance with a judgment
-endered by Judge Henry L. Ste-J
rens at last weeks term of I
:ourt, the judgment ruling that
ill lands of ' the late Volney Ellington.
t'f Bolivia, were the pro-! ,
perty of the University of North ;
Carolina, the commissioners re- ,
ieved said lands from all taxa:ion.
The read from Buren Stanley's,11
vhere it intersects the Little '
River and Whiteville road to1
highway No. 17, was recommend-1
:d to be taken over by the state
Due to error in double listing
;he lands of R. C. Piver, of Wac
:amaw township, were relieved of j
>90.00 in taxes.
Due to error in listing, lands
>f B. C. Woodrad in Waccamaw
;ownship, were relieved of $400.00 i
n taxes. 11
The road in Town Creek town
ship from No. 17 to the River 11
toad, through the Gravely Planta-1J
.ion, was recommended to be ^
aken over for maintenance.
Nine acres of woodland, valued j
it $8.20 per acre, owned by Man- j
ey C. Smith or J. O. Smith, was^
irdered after listed for taxes for 11
he past five years. Failure for | <
his property to be heretofore Jisted
was ascribed to error. j i
The road from Bolton to Sup-jl
ily, through the Green Swamp (i
ind Makatoka sections, was re- j
commended to the State for hard | i
iurfacing. ! |
A petition signed by the Mayor j
if Southport and various interest-;
;d citizens, recommending the i
eiltting of an inlet from Carolina j
Beach to the Inland waterway!
it Snow's Cut, was recommended, j
New Organization Starts 1
Out With Very Flattering *
Prospects Of Becoming A <
Power To Service Men
A new post of the American!
Legion was organized at Shallottc
Wednesday of last week. Present 1
and talking an active part in i1
the organization were J. S. Mann. JI
Commander of Uie 7th District, j'
snd Vice-Commander Charles!1
Trott. Col. Earl I. Brown, Com- J1
mander of the Brunswick Post, j
was ill and unable to attend. I1
No name lias yet been selected 1
for the new Post but a charter!1
will be applied for immediately i1
upon its selection and presented |1
on October 9th. Twenty-seven veterans
were present, all of whom 1
paid membership dues. An addi- |
tional membership was also received.
The Post starts out under |j
snlpndirl nnsnices and should be-1
come a factor in its service top
veterans in the lower part of ,
the county and others who are
(Continued on Page 4)
in writing or coming here when
we cannot look after them when '
they do come? We believe that''
the Brunswick coast offers the j(
best sport fishing of any area of '
the North Carolina coast, but it '
hasn't the boat and hotel facilities '
to back up this asset. We hope (
to have both hoteb and boats be-!1
fore another year. There is no j1
denying that we need them. j
The boys who left here two, '
three and four years ago to go 1
overseas, or wherever their order 1
called them, went without any
fanfare. They had a job to do 1
and neither their relatives or 1
themselves made any fuss about 1
their going. About the only way '
in which the public became aware '
of some one having gone was!'
wheat they missed seeing their.]'
(continued on page two} :
19, 1945 711
Plane Capable <
g -?j-V^ '= '
I tW| ^
LOS ANGELES, CALII
las C-74, Globemaster, caps
only two stops. It is showr
successful test flight. Wei;
spread, speed 300 MPH. an
Landed At Japar,
A dispatch to this paper fron
he Attack Transport USS Mcl
ette, now at Yokamma, tells o
he unusual experience of Ro;
Augustus Dosher, nephew o
Hisses Margaret and Edna Dozie
md Mrs. Gladys Dozier Miller, o
The dispatch said that th
ocal boy and crew members o
he Mellette carried a battalioi
>f Marines to the beaches o
lapan in one of the stranges
nilitary operations in historj
rhis was the seaborne invasion o
i nation after it surrendered.
Men To Service
Number Of White Met
Leaving For Examinatioi
On The 25th; Others Foi
Induction On The 27th
In accordance with the Selec
Live Service still being in opera
ion, the Brunswick Draft Boar
vill send men for their preinduc
don examination on the 25th am
>n the 27th, 12 men will be sen
>ff for induction.
The group to go for exanuna
Lion on the 25th is conoposod o
lesse George Bennett, Shallottc
Phomas AZlton Dutton, Ash; La
ha.n Abott Formy Duval, Free
and; James Roswdl Hcwett, Sup
ily; Dan Perry Mintz. Jr., Ash
Samuel Vick Price, Freeland
itobcrt Putman Tlioinas, Wil
nington. All are white.
The twelve men who are t
;o on the 27th for their indue
:ion are also all white, they art
Edgar Joseph Bailey. Leland. Wii
iam Jennings Bellamy, Wampee
Dallas Emery Bennett, Shallotte
iVilliam Paui Eenton, Freeland
rlenry Paul Carlisle, Ash; Loui
Preston Clemmons, Leland; Pan
iVayland Lewis, Leland; Georg
Thomas McDowell, Bolivia; Dcwe;
^ec Rhodes, Supply; Robert Pete
lobinson, Jr., Supply; James Ed
vin Simmons, Ash.
Hunters May Obtain Paper;
Through Various Agen
cies; Plan Strict Law En
Hunting licenses, which wer
tot available the first of the sea
ion. reached here last week am
Same Warden H. T. Bowme
listributed them among the var
cu agents. A list of these agent
ippears in the Pilot's advertisinj
Both the Warden and Count;
lame Protector Charles Skippei
ire active in seeing that these li
:cnses are available to all hunt
irs. They are also extendui,
ivcry courtesy to sportsmen whil
mder orders to exact a stric
:ompliance with the game law!
Both Bowfner and Skipper wil
ae in uniform in a few days t
iccordance with rules recentl,
aid down that all in North Car
)lina who are charged with gam
protection shall wear regulatio
District Warden Nichols, o
Burgaw, stated to this paper las
iveek that he and the local oi
ficials would have extra deputie
:n Brunswick county during th
nigh tides which permit mars
hen hunting. The indications ar
that the game laws will be er
forced as never before.
3f Circling Globe
<\?First picture of the Doug- I
ible of circling the earth with :
i just before its'takeoff on a '
ghs 73 ton, 173 feet wing- '
d can travel 7,800 miles withI
ders Court ;
Thirty - Seven Defendants ,
I Were Called And Prac- ,
tically All Tried At Mon- j
i! day's Session 1
' nwrt ANr? n A MAOFS i
k! * RAN TO"SUM OF $380.
r I Costs Assessed Twenty-Two
f| Defendants Added Large- i
ly To Defendants Law 1
1 Thirty seven cases were dis- i
f | posed of in the Recorders Court
t; by Judge Ward and Solicitor J.
, W. Ruark, Monday. This is said
f to be the largest number handled
in a single day in many years.
Part of this is due to the fact
j that no court had been held in
three weeks because of the recent
two weeks session of criminal
i' and civil court.
* The Minute Docket shows the
following cases handled:
l Ivey Jornean, bieaking and cni
tering, continued to September
r ! 24.
Mosc Hardy, aid and abet in
1.1 Jack Hardy, assault, continued.
. I Jesse Birdson, William Birdcl
I song, C. R. Harper, affray, judg.
ment suspended on payment of
t David McMillan, reckless operation,
failing to stop after hitting
. motor vehicle, no operators lif;
cense, judgment suspended on
; J payment of fine of $75.00 and
.; court costs.
,1 Lawrence Cook, operating motor
; vehicle on highway after his li:
i cense was revoked, judgment
;! suspended on payment of a fine
' | of $50.00 and court costs.
Jesse Scarborough, drunk driv0'
ing, continued to October 1st.
. J Clarence B. Holmes, reckless
toperation, called and failed, capias
;, Bruce Albert Widenhouse,
;j speeding, capias issued.
11 Mildred Richard Waddell, al3'
lowing minor child under 16 years
i of age to operate car on high- ,
e way, judgment suspended on puyy
ment of costs.
ri George Moore, violating stop
_!sign, no operators license, judgI
ment suspended on payment of a
I fine of $5.00 and costs,
j Robert Davis, speeding, judgjment
suspended on payment of
a fine of $50.00 and costs.
I Walter Thes Gowcns, speeding,
J judgment suspended on payment
| of a fine of $10.00 and costs.
Beamon Leo Strickland, speed5;
ing, judgment suspended on pay- ,
* j ment of a fine of $10.00 and
Lawrence Cook, no operators
| license, judgment suspended on
e ' payment of costs.
-1 Robert Luck, speeding, judgti
nient suspended on payment of
Hollis Jones, non support, judgs!
ment, upon payment of $15.00 per
5.month for Eleanor McNeil's children.
y | Perry Hill, improper brakes,
] judgment suspended on payment
- of a fine of $10.00 and costs.
-j Johnnie E. Lucas, improper
5 J lights, judgment suspended on
p'navmpnt of rostr?.
t j Arthur Bleauthenthal. speeding,!
; judgment suspended on payment j
11. of costs.
ill David L. Nesbitt, no operators!
yj license, judgment suspended on
'- payment of costs,
e I Gutherie Hall, speeding, judgnjment
suspended on payment of
i $10.00 fine and costs,
if j Herbert Parker, abandoning
it [car on highway, no operators 11[
cense, judgment suspended on
s payment of costs,
e | Moses Charlie Moss, speeding,
h capias and continued,
e | McDowell Smith, operating
i- [ motor vehicle on metal rim, judg(Continued
on Page 4)
Most of The News
All The Time | .
ED EVERY WEDNESDAY
Now In Prison
Eighth Army Headquarter# 1
Reports 27 Of 46 Suspects
Now Held; 17 Are j
Still At Liberty
PROBABLY BE CUT
Trieste And Italian-Yugoslav
Take Spotlight In
Meeting Of Big Five
TOKYO?U. S. Eighth Army
Headquarters reported today that
27 of the 46 war-crimes suspects
kvanted by Mac Arthur were in
eustody. Seventeen remained at
libei ty. Two are dead by their
awn hands. MacArthur announced
that the 31st, 37th, 38th American
divisions would go home soon
from Manila. The supreme com- ;j
mander disclosed that he protest- '
ed strongly over Russia's mistaken
destruction of a B-29 over '
TOKYO?An allied garrison |i,
force in Japan probably will num- ,
ber not more than 200,000 within
six months, MacArthur said to- '
lay in a statement disclosing
= ninornsa nf OCCUDatiOn
has enabled a drastic cut in the . | '
number of troops scheduled to
remain in Japan.
LONDON?The nature of Trieste
and the Italian-Yugoslave
boundary, international sore sports
since World War I, took the spotlight
at the Big Five foreign |
minister's meeting today. Repre- j
sentatives of Italy and Yugoslavia' |
as well as the five British Dom- I 1
inions, were ready to argue their ;
WASHINGTON ? Apples and '
brickbats dotted congressional if
scenes today. The apples are in- ' f
ducemcnts the House Military | *.
Committee wants to hold out to
men now in uniform to sign up I ? * i
for another hitch in the army !':jj
or navy. Inducement bill comes up ;i
for house action today. The brick- ', '
bats were tossed out by Senator
Clyde M. Reed of Arkansas. His
target: the often swiped at jobless
aid bill, coming up tomorrow. r j ? j
TOKYO ? Well-informed Jap . j .
sources said today that Shigemitsu
had resigned as Jap foreign
Plans Being Made ?i
For The Tourists j
Committee Under State '
Planning ooard to wore i
Actively With Tourists I '1
And Visitors To N. C. i\ :.j
A committee .headed by former
Governor J. M. Broughton, work- (
ing under the North Carolina !
State Planning Board, is beginning
active operations toward looking f
after travelers and tourists ivho V (
are expected to visit this stata t (
in large numbers within a few
months. ? i: ' '
Coleman W. Roberts, of the
AAA in Charlotte is actively interested
in promoting the under- 1
taking, as are 15 other committee- j
men. fir. j
The program is an extensive (f
one and all details have not yet ,
been worked out. A meeting was
held in the Sir Walter Hotel in
Raleigh last week to perfect the i
organization. Walter Cartier of 1
the Wilmington Chamber of Commerce
and W. B. Kezlah, of
Southport, were called to attehd 1
this meeting. These two men '
from the lower North Carolina 'if,
to represent the coastal sections. i'lS
coast were the only men present j
Messers. Cartier and Keziah
were so interested in the plan3
that they chartered a plane from j
the Pennington Airport in Wilmington
and flew to Raleigh and ,
Ration Pointers ||
MEAT AND FATS: (Red [it;
Stamps)?'V2, W2, X2, Y2, Z2 . .. MSi
now valid . . . expire September rcjn
Al. Bl, CI. Dl, El . . . now ' |(
valid . . . expire October 31.
Fl. Gl. Hi. Jl, K1 . . . now ;
valid . . . expire November 30. '/
LI, Ml, Nl, PI, Q1 . . . now j [
valid . . . expire December 31. 4 f
SUGAR: Sugar Stamp No. 38 !
. . . now valid . . . expires' Dec- I i
SHOES: Airplane Stamps 1 ^ ;
3, 4 . . . now good.