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Red Cross Sets $4,588 Quota For
Duplin County For Coming Year
A quota of $4,588.20 has been set
by the Duplin County Chapter of
the American Red Cross to meet
community needs during the com
ing year, Melvin G. Cording, chair
man of the 1950 Red Cross Fund
campaign, announced today. ' The
chapter will conduct its campaign
for the fund March 1 to 15th.
'March is the traditional month
set aside by Red Cross chapters
throughout the country to present
to the public the needs of the orga
nization for the coming year and
solicit financial support," Cording
added. "The Duplin County Chap
ter, joining with more than 3,500
chapters in this country, will offer
everyone in Duplin an opportunity
to contribute to the Red Cross and
to become a member of the organi
zation." 'Since the Red Cross is an orga
nization of all people, we feel sure
that the citizens of our own com
munities will meet their responsi
bilities by providing means for car
rying out our services."
"Disaster relief, continues to be
one of the major items in the Red
Cross budget. During the past year,
the Red Cross helped 228,500 per
sons ;n disaster operations in
mis country, and spent a total of
56,574,741.45 for assistance to vie
tims of disasters," Cording said.
During the past year Red Cross
workers handled 775,152 cases con
WEEK OF JANUARY 22nd.
Sunday and Monday Jan. 22-23
Tuesday and Wednesday
Thursday Double Feature
With SIIII.IA RYAN
THE BIG FOX
With JAMES BROWN
cerning servicemen, setting a new
piecetime record. Last year Dplin
Chapter handled 603 cases for ser
vicemen, veterans and their de
The National Blood Program,
with 30 regional centers established
in the country in the two short
years, directly affects every com'
munity. Whole blood, plasma, and
blood derivatives, such as Immune
serum globulin to combat measles,
are stored for immediate use in dis
aster emergencies or epidemics.
These programs, along with the
many and varied other services per
formed through the Red Cross,
play important parts in our every
day life, Mr. Cording concluded.
For that reason, the Red Cross is
proud to stand on its past record
and ask the support of the general
public for continuing its many es
sential programs in the future.
Grey Ladies Bring
Joy To Patients
The saying 'Tis better to give
than receive" certainly held true
this past Christmas. Due to the
generosity of others, the men who,
because of illness, weren't able to
be with their families during the
holidays, enjoyed a Christmas of
their own In the Naval Dispensary.
On Wednesday, Dec. 21, those
who were able to be out of bed,
gave the Red Cross Grey Ladies a
helping hand decorating Christmas
Of course, Christmas wouldn't be
what it is without at least one par
ty, so on Dec. 23, the patients were
guests of the Grey Ladies at a
party held in the ward.
After the bed patients were ser
ved, the Grey Ladles held open
house in the Upper Foyer. Guests
were Ambulatory patients, and Dis
pensary Personnel. The serving
table was decorated with .a festive
gumarop tree, flanked by snowy
blocks, sprigs of pine and tiny se
vered cones. The table clotb was
made of red and green paper. A
huge beautifully ornamented tree
in the background added much to
the Yuletide atmosphere.
On Christmas Eve stockings fill
ed with cigarettes, cards, candy, etc.
were delivered to the patients. On
Christmas Day Grey Ladies decora
ted the patients trays with candy
The Grey Ladies at Cherry Point
wish to thank the following orga
nizations for their generous contri
butions, and to assure them that
due to their help, Christmas for the
men in the Dispensary was an ex
ceptionally merry one.
Thanks again to Craven County
Chapter American Red Cross, Lions
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THE CARLYLE features a through
living room which separates the
service rooms from the sleeping
area. Windows at each end open to
both street and garden. The fire
place is located at the quiet end of
the living room.
The galley type kitchen has cabi
nets on both walls with the sink
under the window. The stove is oh
the Inside wall, work counters on
each side. 'The dining room is in
front, convenient to living room and
Bedrooms have cross ventilation.
High double windows provide addi
tional wall space. Each bedroom has
two wardrobe-type closets, the hall
a linen closet and the vestibule a
The exterior is finished with wide i
siding and vertical boards in the
gable. The roofing is asphalt shing
les. The front terrace covered.
The main body of the house is 36
feet by 20 feet, the overall dimen
sions 36 feet by 30 feet. Floor area
is 840 square feet with a volume
of 15,630 cubic feet, including full
For further information about
THE CARLYLE, write the Small
House Planning Bureau, St. Cloud,
detail the newest advances along
those lines. r , . ' M -
Of the -130 persons attending,
nearly 100 were present for the
Farm Management session at the
Little Creek Elementary School.
The specialist discussed mechani
zation of agriculture; .agricultural
policies and outlook 'for 1950.
A meeting to be held on "Live
stock Enterprises" will be announ
ced at a later date, Wlikins said.
WEEK BEGINNING JANUARY 23rd
Shows Mon. thru Fri. Beginning 6:45 P.
MONDAY and TUESDAY .
Free For All
Starring Robert Cummings And Ann Blyth.
SUN. - MON. Jan. 22-23
With Spencer Tracy
And James Stewart.
LONE STAR PIONEERS
With WILD BILL ELLIOTT
TUESDAY, Jan. 24
pink hill, ::. c.
SUNDAY. JAN. 22nd.
Ad Of Violence
Starring Janet Leigh,
And Van Heflin.
Also Color Cartoon - Shorts
MON. & TUE.
Dancing- Out of this World
Starring Fred Astaire,
And Ginger Rogers.
Also Color Cartoon
Top 0' The Morning
With Bing Crosby
And Barry Fitzgerald.
WEDNESDAY, Jan. 25
With George Montgomery
And Rod Cameron.
THURS. - FRI. Jan. 26-27
Prince Of Foxes
With Tyrone Power
And Wanda Hendrix.
Club, of Kinston, Lodge No. 740,
BPOE, Kinston, Duplin County
Chapter American Red Cross, Ke
nansville, Kenansville Woman's
Club, Business & Professional Wo
man's Club, Warsaw, Order bf East
ern Star, Wallace, West Presbyter
ian Church, New Bern, the Pasquo
tank Jr Red Cross of Elizabeth City,
the Jr. Red Cross of Wilmhgton,
and the Jr. Red Cross of Onslow
Use of certified small grain seed
has increased rapidly during the
past few years.
Two special meetings among the
Negro farmers were held last week
which required five experts from
N. C. State College reported R. E.
Wilkins, Negro County Agent. At
Kenansville, discussions and dem
onstrations covered pasture, tobac
co, and cotton production. Each
specialist explained very mi.ch ."n
Bomba, The Jungle Boy
Starring Johnny Sheffield And Peggy Ann Garner.
THURSDAY and FRIDAY
Miss Grant Takes Richmond
Starring Lucille Ball And William Holden.
ConL 1 to 1J
Starring Jimmy Wakely.
Starring Ted Donaldson And John Litel.
SATURDAY, Jan. 28
Billy The Kid
With Lash Larue. ,
ALSO SERIAL " " ' '
With Jon Hall. i"-:''-: - . 1!0 . . '-.. .
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WED. & THURS.
- Big Bad Wonderful Western
Starring Rod Cameron, . '
Adrian Booth, Walter
Breiman, Forrest Tucker.
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FRI. St SAT.
BIG. DOUBLE FEATURE
' (IN COLOR)
The Far Frontier
With Roy Rogers, . .
And Andy Devine.
'Villi Mae Clark,
for dependable earth! And by that
we mean more consistently fertile
results" than you've ' had in years.
Try our quality fertilizer this season
you'll be pleased with the results. '
PLENT OF TOBACCO BED CLOTH
Tfcof'i flic word spr$adlag about
Bviclr'i broiKf-new f-263 vova-In-neod
engine, alrtady proving Ifteff in f ne
Bands of new Sunt owners
GALL it if you will the biggest power
story of the year. Gall it another
triumph in Buick's long history of com
. ing up with car performance beyond
But, sir, when you step Into the sleek
. lined traveler pictured here hang on
ft your hat. "
For you'll be riding behind a power
plant that is not only new but major
eolation of the 1950 season.
You'll be commanding the very latest
word in valve-in-head power the ...
newest, accomplishment of the organi
zation with the country's longest stretch
of experience in this engine design. v
more rugged bearings, take this greater
load and transmit its stepped-up surge
to the drive shaft and rear wheels.
And you, behind th$ wheel, wreathe your
fact in mile at the lift you find t At the
trigger-quick take-Off the mile-eating
cruising stride "your easy disdain for
the passing gas pumps. , -
You and " your. Super 'are really
stepping out and Buick's good name
as "a sweetheart on- the road" gains
still more lustre. 4
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delivers a huskier wallop. Shorter, j, ncw poWer hriag9: SimpIer
lighter connecting rods mean that design makes service easier, so upkeep
pistons flash with faster and livelier diminishes as a problem. Hydraulic!
ct,on , valve-lifters keep valves properly
Heavier crankshafts, floated on bigger, '. seated for efficient operation and for
quiet unbroken by tappet noise. 'l
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And you can have this power either
with Buick's easy-shifting Synchro'
.Mesh transmission or the silken luxury
of Dynaflow Drive. . , i ) a.
Either way, this, 1SUPER is certainly
something to see. To this top-notch
new power it adds style and room,
comfort and a wide outlook, soft easy
stride and handier new over-all length.
Even the price justifies a prompt trip
to your Buick dealer to learn more
about Buick for 1950. You'll soon see
why so many folks are already Saying,'
"Whatever your- price range tetter
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