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THE ZEBULON RECORD, ZEBULON, NORTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, APRIL 15,1938
Little River Ice
Co. To Give Free
Show April 26
Zebulon is to have a new kind of
cooking’ schooL Instead of a
demonstrator to appear in person
and show the preparation of foods, ,
there will be a moving picture at
Wakelon Theatre to which all who
are interested may go free of
charge. The hour is 3:00 in the
afternoon. The Picture is called
“Husbands Are Good For Some
thing. ’ J. C. Debnam is working
out final plans. Tickets are being
printed and will be distributed at
Wakelon Theatre; at The City
Market; at the Little River Ice
Co. office; and by employees of
the firm. Do not fail to attend.
You are assured of a comfortable
seat, a good view of the stage, and
a program full of interest. In ad
dition valuable prizes will be given
Watch for further announcement
At a supper given at the Wo
man’s Club last Thursday evening
by the Pure Oil Company promi
nent citizens from every walk of
life heartily endorsed the “Drive
Safely" Crusade which is being
sponsored by the Pure Oil Com
pany and its dealers.
Commenting on this drive to
save lives, avoid accidents and pre
vent injuries Mayors S. G. High
of Middlesex and J. J. Proctor of
Spring Hope, emphasized the fict
that highway safety depends on
the individual effort of each driv
er and points out the fact tlat
this Crusade puts every person on
his honor to keep a sincere pledge
to drive safely.
The Golden Rule of driving s
the basis of the ‘Drive Safely"
Pledge which every motorist i?
being asked to sign in the “Driv •
Safely” Crusade. If every motor
ist will observe the rights of oth
ers and “drive as you would have
others drive”, many accidents can
Motorists who sign the “Drive
Safely” Pledge will receive an at
tractive metal emblem which will '
be installed above their rear li
cense plate, reading “Pledged tc
Drive Safely.” This will act as i
constant reminder to themselves
and the motorists in back of then
to observe the common sense rules
of safe driving.
As a further method of keeping
safety foremost in the minds of (
all motorists, monthly contests
are being conducted which will .
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handsomely reward motorists. The
April contest offers 75 prizes, to
taling SI,OOO, to North Carolina
( and South Carolina motorists for
the best slogans on highway safe
| In announcing the “Drive Safe
ly” Crusade, Mr. Wiley Moore,
President of the Pure Oil Company,
has emphasized the fact that the
1 purpose of this drive is not to sell
merchandise—but to save lives.
Motorists who go to Purol-Pep
service stations for the pledge
cards, ‘Drive Safely” emblems, or
contest entry blanks are under no
obligation to buy anything and
station operators have been in
structed not to solicit business on
the occasion of these calls.
In Zebulon the “Drive Safely”
Crusade activities are being di
rected by S. J. Noreck, local repre
sentative of the Pure Oil Company.
After deliberating for nearly a
month the judge decided that Jack
Edwards’ offense was not to be
passed over lightly, so informed
Jack that he must work on the
state roads for 90 days or pay a
fine of SSO, and not drive his car
for a year.
David Bullock was accused of
false pretense. He may, like most
men, have been guilty of false pre
tense, but the court did not prove
it on him and David went out look
ing true as life.
Allen Tuck “tuck” a drink too
much, misbehaved himself, so a
sentence of 60 days was charged
against him. This was to be re
moved if he would pay the court
costs and behave himself for two
1-o-n-g years. Poor Allen!
Daphne Lucas got caught a—
cornin’ and a-gwine, it seems. She
got in the toils for drunken driving
and before she settled with the law
tried to better her first offense.
The court sent her to the common
jail (must have a better one for
folks who drink ABC liquor) for
60 days plus 60 days.
Eddie Curtis was accused of
carrying a concealed shot gun in
his britches! And it seemed that
he did for he pays into the state’s
strong box SSO iron men and re
fund the cost incurred by the law
in searching out that sawed off
Theodore Arrington unlawfully
laid to on his wife and for the
pleasure of beating her up or down
or something of the sort, he paid
the expense of having his caveman
stuff narrated in court.
It seems Theodore set a good ex
ample before Thomas Ivey, or at
least Tom assaulted a female also.
Possibly he chose the wrong wo
man, not his wife, and the judge
I doubled Theodore’s dose for Tom—
I 60 days on the highways. This was
suspended on payment of a fine
of SIO.OO and the costs.
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