. j . . .1 ,
, Itie finance Committee. of Tug- Smlthflpld: Mr John Rrun
,arora Council met at Bryan's Ca- Smithfield; Mr. Hoy Carter, Wal-
.. .fcin near The Cliffs of the Neuse lace; Mr. C. F. Shipp, Clinton, In
Park on April 18, for the purpose addiUon to these men. the follow-
-of starting the 1953 budget build- lng District Chairman participated
lng process and to plan the 1953 m the discussions: Mr. T. O. Gable,
fund raising campaign. Members Goldsboro; Mr. O W. ? Grierr Jr.,
of the CommUtee who were pres- of Smithfield; Mr, H. & Kornegay,
ent: Mr. Bryon Bryan, Council Fi- Calypso. Mr. ' Emil Rosenthal,
nance Chairman, Mount Olive; Mr, Council Inter-Racial Chairman,
- Sam Stalling y Council President, also participated In the meeting.
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17 crefcbi;:i J Mebiv Bed Treatment
World War II veterans who were
subjected to; forced labor or in
humane treatment, while captives
of the Nazis or the Japanese, or
the survivors of those prisoners of
war, will be compensated by some
71 million, dollars In the near fu
ture under the provisions of Public'
Law 303, now. passed by the Con
gress and signed by the President;
In making the announcement, Mr.
J. B. Wallace, Duplin County Ser
vice Officer of the North Carolina
Veterans Commission at Kenans
vllle, pointed out that the compen
sation, based on $1.50 per day of
captivity, is In addition to the pre
vious .one dollar per day paid to
POWs because of the sub-standard!
diet to which they were subjected.'
1 Some 132,000 POWs or their sur
vivors, will receive an average of
$537 each out of the 107 million
dollars made available by the bill,
which includes 'also similar pay
ments to Filipino veterans and for
the restoration ana replacement of
property damaged or destroyed by
the enemy. The payments, how
ever, will cost the American tax
payer nothing; the money will be
made available from tne z7 mil-
Students who for one reason or
payments will be made.
- Although standards for qualifi
cations for the additional payments
to former POWs have not been fln-
nllv aot hv tha wrr t i. j
that most of the 132,000 already1 n,?thec deslre to V "P their
.ir survivors, will g, f KfSh!?J !2 J?
eiigmie, wanace said. It has been
generally conceded that the sub
standard diet for which the first
uate within a three-year period are
offered such a program at, Wake
Forest, Under this plan hich
payment was made will h BC5" Jsraouaies entering summer
sidered "inhumane treatment" as scn?01, " ?Pen n,June ,9'
tni-vaHrvn nr near an,in.n icvcivc men uiuiuiuaa 111
less proof io the contrary should
exist in the WCC file of 300,000 re
ports, affidavits, diaries, and oth
er documents, , .
e However, in the meantime, for
mer POWs or their survivors
should not write to the War Claims
Commission regarding the addi
tional payment, Wallace cautioned.
Applications will.be mailed In the
near future to all veterans who
filed under the dollar-per-day sub
standard diet allowance, and the
deadline for filing for the addi
tional benefit Is April 9, 1953. How
ever. Wallace added, when the
applications are received assistance
in properly executing them will be
rurnisnea at tne office of Mr. J,
UH- r- lace kmJhJ i
the required number of credit
hours in the three summer and reg
Courses leading to degrees of
Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Sci
ence and Bachelor of Business Ad
ministration, ordinarily requiring
four years of nine months each for
completion, may be included with
in three calendar years if advan
tage is laicen oi tne tnree sum
At Great Lakes
: Undergoing recruit training at
the U; S. Naval Training Center,
San Diego, Calif., Is Adrian J. Boy
ette, seaman recruit, USN, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Boyette of
Route 1. Rose Hill.
Boyette entered Naval service
March 4, 1952.
This Initial training Includes in
struction in such fields as seaman
ship, fire-fighting, gunnery, sig
naling, and other courses desizned
to make the recruit well-versed in
every phase of Navy life.
Upon completion of their 11
week training period at the train
ing center, graduates are assigned
to duty stations with the Fleet or
at Navy shore stations, or are sent
to service schools for advanced
; , Report Of Condition Of
BANK OF MOUNT OLIVE
of Mount OUve in the State of North-Carolina
At the Close of Business on March 31, 1953 ' v- '
' ASSETS ' T
Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve
balances, and cash Items in process of collection $ 928 771 J3B
United States Government obligations, direct
and guaranteed , j 114 000 qq
Obligations of States and political subdivisions 457'409 77
Loans and disnnirnf-R ma'aaA'a
Bank premises owned $5,000, furniture and fixtures $5,00 .... lo'oOO.OO
lion dollars in enemy assets seized ,B. Wallace, Duplin County Ser
in tnis country during tne war vice umcer, court House, Kenans-
ana now new oy tne war uiaims vine, ,
Commission, through whlota the
gram. Although primarily a chem
ical uftit. the RfTP nrnoram lo
mer sessions of nine weeks each. lponrnrphnsivo in tho.t If nrnulloe
The fall semester opens on Sep- training in military science for all
In addition to the regular liberal
arts course, Wake Forest has
Schools of Law, Medicine (in Winston-Salem),
Religion and Business
The new ROTC program which
is nearing the end of its first year
of operation has been highly suc
cessful. Approximately 300 . stu
dents are taking part in this pro-
FABRIC FINISHES I "Sanforized'' is a label found on
e fohrir- finishes improve linens, spun rayons, or blends
materials in more ways than one. I in all types of garments and yard"
a normanent crisD finish may also woods. Fabrics so labeled have
give a fabric soil resistance. Re- been eomprrasly pre-shrwnk and
member though, a good textile fin- will not shrink more than one
ish can not turn an inferior fabric per cent In either length or width
Into a good one. I during the life of the fabric ac-
cn.i finishes add to the price cording to standard government
of fabrics or garments due to the tests.
extra Processes 1 nee ded d ferther . lerm mei t
.SSSVU fabrics that have a mln-
amount of Shrinkage. Be
meria. . , TlpB imum
cost may oe - r- me;-, 8ure to note the amount of resid-
to you for a good 1 finish can mean 9hrltik&e you can expect.
Tp uSSSl Oerwise the wok Is meardrSess.
the time, energy , and money need-1 RESISTANCE' FINISH'
ed to keep K lockmg welt are memiaiI
' 1 I 1 a l la. i. . a
,.TT, . iriNTPrtr. I ir wwi va mue 11 resistani 10
the redaction in moth attacks. Various processes
size .that takes place In a fabric af-
..ehins nr drv cleaning. Ke-
.hi-inkasB is the percentage
of shrinkage remaining in a fabric
after it has been treated to de
crease shrinkage. '
differ In their resistance- to laun
dering and dry cleaning. Some
remain effective through repeated
washing and dry cleaning, others
are more resistant to dry clean
ing. These finishes are applied
In the finishing plant and are now
being used in greater quantities
than ever before.
students who qualify
Approval from the office of Edu
cation has recently been received
for the construction program on
the new college which Is being
started this month. The college is
proceeding with the schedule that
will accomplish its removal to
Winston-Salem in the summer of
A. J. Cavenaugh
Watch & Jewelry
REPAIRING & ENGRAVING
Scottish Bile Ussosic Bodiei
Wilmingtai, II. C.
Announce their ANNUAL SPRING REUNION to be held la the
Masonic Temple, Wilmington, N.C.
TUESDAY, MAY fi, beginning at 9:00 A.M.
4th through the 14th Degrees
WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, beginning at 8:30 A. M.
15th through the 27th Degrees
THURSDAY, MAY 8, beginning at 9:30 A. M.
28th through the 32nd Degrees T
All Scottish Rite- Masons are cordially invited to attend.
"92 Chaa. B. Newcomb, Secretary-Registrar
TOTAL ASSETS $3,208,687J5
Demand deposits of Individuals, partnerships, t
and corporations ' $2 078 332 77
Time deposits of Individuals, partnerships, ' T-
ami mrnrknaflnne ... - . 1
Deposits of United States Government (including "
postal savings) 21 597 59
Deposits of States and political subdivisions 42 812 68
Other deposits (certified and officers' checks etc.) ls'fuw aa
T1 J?,ePOsU8 -$2,965.544:08 9
Other liabilities 23 949 61
Total Liabilities (not Including subordinated
obligations shown below) $2 995,493.69
CapiV! $ 50,000.00
Surplus 75 000 00
Undivided profits 86 193 81
Total Capital Accounts j 211,193.81
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $3,206,687.50
This bank's capital consists of Common stock with total oar
value of $50,000.00
Total deposits to the credit of the State of North Carolina
or any official thereof t.
Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities
ana lor otner purposes $ 164 00000
I. D. H. Outlaw. Cashier of the nhnvp-namoH hint w -i J.i..
swear that the above statement is true, and that it fully'and correctly
represents the true state of the several matters herein contained and
set forth, to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Correc Attest: D. H. OUTLAW
C. C. HENDERSON
r T. R. THIGPEN
E. C. CASEY,
State of North Carolina, County of Wayne, ss.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 22nd day of April. 1952
and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank!
My commission expires 9-18-53.
SALLIE a McLEAN, Notary Public.
It was decided that Mr. Byron
Bryan will head up the campaign in
the Council this year and that the
campaign will be conducted on a
Council-wide basis during the first
two weeks of September. A com
plete organization for conducting
he campaign will be set up between
now and July 15th. "
T The amount of the 153 Budget
will be definitely set at we wun
ril Executive Board meeting on
This year it Is hoped that every
community in the, four counties
which make up Tuscarora Council
mill tlvelv oarticipate in this
.r,oton KMHitlns has as Its sole
iMu4iv character building and
citizenship training for boys.
CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION
& TRUST COMPANY
"The Safe Execiitor"
; ' ' ' ..
At the Close ef Business March SI, 1952.
Cash and Due from Banks .
! United States Government Securities -.i......:....$36j331,269.91
y Obligations of Federal Agencies .
State, County ad Municipal Securities
Total Bonds at Cost less Valuation Reserves
Loans and Discounts Less Reserves
Accrued Interest and Other Assets
"Banking Houses, Furniture and Fixtures and Real Estate ,
Reserves " .
jOthef Liabilities :
HUnaarned Discount and Accrued Interest ...
Deposits u .v....j. ..J",.....
.$ 500,000.00 r
.. 4,69832.62 ,
. , i ' 229 283 J7
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
ooting coils concealed in cabinet walls and around Freezer
hest and Hdrators provide SAFE temperatures from top
) bottom! New built-in Food Safety Indicator proves it!
ULL-WIDTH SUPER-FREEZER CHEST keeps a b!g suppy
f frozen foods and ice cubes, safe and handy.
XCLUSIVE QUICKUBE TRAYS-with built-in T., . J C.La
sleases provide fast, easy ice service.
WIN, ALL-PORCELAIN HYDRATORS keep fruits and ve3
IEW METER-MISER with more reserve power than you'll
Mount Olive, N. C.
NEW ROLL-TO-YOU SHELVES glide out full length -easily,
silently on Nylon rollers. No more "lilde-and jeekv with back,
shelf foods.? . - , , ' - A,-.-.:,.'