H 4 W feu a
TUleigh, May 1 Cities and town
were told today to get their name
la the pot between July 1 and July
SI if they want slice of 1932 Pow
ell BUI funds.;:.-'.t'v..'"1;;:--'..1.
Something between four and a
hall and five million dollars will
toe divided up between eligible in
corporated cities and twons. based
half on population and half on non
state system street mileage. "
Highway Chairman Henry Jor
dan Jn a" letter mailed today, advis
ed mayors of the state's cities and
(owns of the deadlines for filing
necessary data with the Highway
Chairman Jordan advised the
mayors that the Highway Commis
sion Is required by law to deter
mine which Downs und cities are elf
igible to receive Powell Bill street
aid allocations, and also to com
mit allocations for all eligible
tmmm ThoH Mmnutationa are bas
ed half on population and half on
dm, - system street mileage. The
' Commission has the population
data, he said, but it will be neces
" lary for 'the towns and cities to f ur
; nish street mileage data tod maps.
Along with his letter, Jordan
sent a form of certified statement
which must be executed and re-tin-nad
to Statistics and Plannlna
:' Engineer James S. Burch between
July 1 and July 21, furnishing, in
formation on the last municipal
election, information on tax raw,
and especially data on non-eystem
street mileage, it must be certi
fied by a registered engineer or
registerd Und surveyor, as well as
the mayor and town clerk. Along
with tb. t must oe sent a map snow
ing the local street system and mi
leage. . -
Failure to lue ine necessary cc'-
tlficates between July ana Jury
21 will mea ntbat the town or city
will be barred from any 1952 Pow
ell Bill benefits, Chairman Jordan
warned. . .
"There can be no exception and
no extension," he warned.
w time, therefore, tnat you case
the necessary steps to nave tne
man work done during May and
June to avoid any possibility of de
lay." Jordan added .' ,
The Powell Bill provides that
sheet aid slocatlons from one-half
cent of the State's motor fuel tax
be paid cities and towns by October
1 of each year. These certificates
of eligibility and mileage figures
mnt ha submitted for all eligible
towns in advance to allow time to
compute allocations for each, city
In addition to this, and entirely
separate from the current 19S2 al
locations. Chairman Jordan remind-
Ml the mavora that the law requires
every town receiving Powell Bill
money during the last year to sub
mit a report to the Highway Com
mission on receipts and expendi
tures of Powell BUI money.
Jardum also sent a euffcested form
for reporting on but year's Powell
Bill aid, reminding the mayors that
a report similar to the suggested
form must be prepared and return
ed to Statistics and Planing Engin
eer Surch on or before August 1,
Some two million tree seedlings
have been distributed this sesason
to landowners in IS western coun
ties. Of these, about half mil
lion ware slanted by industrial con
cerns and the U. S. Forest Service,
and about one and .a half million
We now have fat stock Ellis mounted Pick up type trans
planters for Joha Deere M. Fannall Super "A", Ford, and
Ferruson Tractors. The runner is (be floating type most de
fired by farmers everywhere.
rap the tohaeea nwer who wants to phut with a
have the well known Beasts, Transplanter which alae ha
floating runner. 'i vVi
See us for John Deere Tractors and Equipment
Included hi ear stock of ased eqaJftneet we have:
2 Joha Deere B Tractors
' 2-Joha Deere H Tractors
1 Maaaey Harris Pony Tractor
1 Case VA Tractor
A Good Selection Of Biding Cultivators
Come In To See Us The Next Time Ton Are In Clinton.
1 he Britt toroorat
10X Elizabeth St., Qin ton; N.,
wn r.mnbell chairman of Boy Tusuarora Council president, while was maie at the banquet conclud
ed ZTDselStoe CanW--Bruce Boyew, Tuscarora execu- ng the Region's annual meeting
tan Troony to Sam H. .nh.e.' tWe. weea.
Formation Of Development Council At
State College To Mean Greater School
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RAT.EiriH. N. C- May S For
mation of the North Carolina State
College Development council, an
organisation devoted to the long-
range and continuing aavancemeni
of the collese. was announced to
day by Chancellor J. W. Harrelson
of State college. 4
In a malor administrative an
nouncement. Chancellor Harrelson
said the council's work may lead
to strengthened programs of resi
dent teaching, research, and exten
sion education and may hoist the
collese to a nosition of greater pre
tties among the institutions of
higher learning in the United
States. . .
The council, chancellor uarrei-
son said, "wui sway ways ana
means of extending the services of
the State College, in fuller mea
sure .to all of the people of North
Carolina and others who are inter
ested in and affected oy its opera
tions." - '
Chancellor Harrelson announced
the appointment of E. Y. Floyd of
Raleigh, director of toe riant, rood
Institute of North Carolina and Vir
ginia, Jnc... and former president
of the college's Alumni Association,
as chairman of the Development
Council and Lex L. Ray, director
of foundations at State College, as
executive secretary. ! ; 5
President Gordon Gray of the
Consolidated University of North
Carolina said similar organizations
have been or will be formed at the
University in Chapel Hill and wo
man's College in Greensboro. The
three srouos will unite to advance
the common objectives of the Con
State College's Development
Council is composed of 18 mem
bers as appointed by Chancellor
Harrelson. The membership in
cludes the seven deans of the in
stitution's malor divisions:
: Dean Malcolm - -E. - Campbell,
School of Textiles: Dean James H.
Hilton, School of Agriculture;;;
ivuu sr. -a, a. aiuuiyvt wvmwvi v
glneerlng; Dean Heatry L. Kampho-
ef ner. School of Design; Dean Rich
ard J. Preston, Jr., School of Fores
try: Dean J. Bryant Kirkland
School of Education; and Dean
John W. Shirley. Basic Divlssion,
It also Includes representatives
of the various foundations support
ing the functions and objectives of
. W. J. Carter of Greensboro, vice-
president of J. P. Stevens and
Company and president i of the
tforth Carolina Textile Foundation:
George S. Coble of Lexington, pres
ident of the Coble Dairy Products
Company and the North Carolina
Dairy Foundation; C. A. Dillon of
Raleigh., president of the Dillon
Supply Company and the North
Carolina Engineering Foundation;
Anthony Lord of Asheville. a mem
ber of the firm of Six Associates,
architects, and president of the
North Carolina Architectural Foun
dation; and L. T. Weeks of Raleigh,
general manager of the Flue-Cured
Tobacco Stabilization Corporation
and president of the North Caro
lina Agricultural Foundation.
Also serving as council member
will be Guy F. Lane of Ramseur.
sales engineer of the Johns-Maa-vWe
Corporation and former presi
dent of the . Alumni Association,
representing the Alumni Assocla-
" ' ' . . . . .-.-J
. frh mmtii-9ftiin is comDieieu
with the aimomtment of five ad
ditional alumni and friends of the
GMham"H. Anthony of Hartford,
Conn., chairman of the board, iou
Patent Firearms company; jnuao
Kiser of Greensboro, general man
ager of the Guilford Dairy Cooper
ative; LeRoy Martin of Raleigh,
vlce.oresident and trust officer of
the Wachovia Bank and Trust Com
pany; and Thomas J. Pearsau.
Rocky Mount attorney and presid
ent of the U. .C. BrasweU Com
pany of Battleboro.-
In addition to the Development
Council the new nroaTMn of lone-
range planning and advancement.
Chancellor Harrelson saiu, caus
for the appointment of advisory
committees for each of the major
divisions of the college. There will
also be other committees whose
work will deal with special gifts,
national foundations, public rela
tions, and other activities.
Chancellor Harreison poinica ow
that State College, North Carolina's
land grant institution, is the only
college or university in tne Mae
whic his specifically obligated to
provide technological training, re
search, and extension services in
agriculture, education, engineering,
design, lorestry, ana textiles.
TYND A Lis
Of MOUNT OLIVE
' PHONE XSOS
Home of Wayne-Dnpaa .
. Burial AssocUOoai .
Funeral Directors - Kmhalmeri
Ambulanee Serriee Day or Night
Ccrd pi Thinks
We want to take the pleasure, of
thanking every one for the effort
they put forth in finding Mr, J. J.
Andrews, who was lost to the woods
last Friday. , "
fMrs. J. C. Andrews
at Navy shore stations, or are sent
to service schools for advanced
At Great Lakes
TThders-oins recruit training at
the U. S. Naval Training Center,
San Diego, Calif., is Kit R. Hunter,
eaman recruit, USN, son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. F. Hunter of Route 1
LUunquapin, N. C,
Hunter entered Naval service on
March 21, 1852
. This Initial training includes in
struction in such fields as seaman
hln fir4lehtlng. gunnery, signal
ing, and other courses designed to
make tne recruit weu-versea in
every phase of Navy life.
Udou completion of their 11-
week training period at the train
ing center .graduates are assigned
to duty stations with the Fleet or
iniiniin riminiv farmers were ur-
sed snaln today to do their part in
producing the feed grain crops
needed to support m cf'"""6
human an danimal populations of
h iwnmtrv J. W. warren, cnair-
mn nt the Countv Ajtricultural Mo-
htiirjitinn Committee, saia larm-
era face the problem of making the
wt ,iiu of available land, labor,
equipment, and fertiliser and other
materials. Tha swuauon, am uu
ui la fAtit iulderablv by the
prospect that the nitrogen supply
will be short or tnai par vi
supply will not arrive in the State
until late in the season.
According to the county chair
man, the State Agricultural m?"
ilizatlon Committee is : offering
fhu al aiiffimstoni:
1. On all crops, particularly feed
grains, use practices that will give
the highest yields.
a - If sood corn land Is available
that is not being used, pUnt It to
S Snllt the top-dressing appli
cation on corn, if necessary, to
make una of nitrogen supplies that
may not be available until late In
the top-dressing season, experi
ments show tnat corn yieias uo nor
suflor when half of the top-dressing"
is applied at the pre-tassellng stage, -
provide dthe first half has been v
applied at the knee-high stage. ,
on land which cant be used
to produce, good, yields of. corn,
plant other feed crops not r equip- .
ing as mucn nitrogen, sucn ss soy
beans. Remember, however, take
care o flime, phosphorus and pot .
ash needs. . , -' , -, . . ' -
8. r An an alternate crop, plant ,
grain sorghum later to make use of
nitrogen top - dressing which may
be available for this purpose after
the top dressing season for corn &
6. Get as much feed as possible
from pastures by using mineral fer
tilization and rotational grazing.
- sUpreaentauve Pat
MRS. M. ' M. TIIIGPEN
Beubivflle, N. C
1 WABSA H. C.
tiOUilT OLIVE BUILDHIG AIID LOAN ASS'tl.
- Cash in Banks
I U.S. Bonds ......
MOUNT OUVE, N. C, MARCH 31, 1952
' FINANCIAL STATEMENT
Loans on Mortgages ....
Loans on Shares
Furniture & Fixtures
Serial Stock n.r.2I.r$281,657.18
Full Paid Stock f ..... 193,000,00
Undivided Profits ......L 36,660.96
Profits Res. f or " - .
Unknown Counting's 22,000.00 t
Coofi Ocd lino Co.
' . ' " ; CLINTON, N. C. ; '
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keep food cold for 2700 hours pump 75,000 gallons of water or bum a 50 watt lamp tor .
1500 hours.y ) t . , . ',,(,,""5,';, '
. Where will you get 75 kilowatt-hours of electricity at NO EXTRA COST? ; The new
residential rates offered by the Carolina Power & Light Company to all customers in the
"former Tide Water area were designed to give you more Service at a lower cost. These ,
' rates are called inducement rates,; designed to offer more electrical living for your electrical
dollar.:-. V ; : .,"J.V.;;; ' " u:4Jf v. , r ' ,
- " All residential customers will be billed under either Rate A or Band rate B has a special .,..
'- J clause' which makes It possible for you to heat water at 1 c per kilowatt-hour. Here's how
you can get 75 kilowatt-hours at NO EXTRA COST. ' , . - '?.
, " . Under rate A,,.,.. ,' 250 Kilowatt-hours cost $7.50 '
' 1 ' u " ' Underrates ' . 4f , ' V
' 1 ' ' (using an electric 'range) i.OO Kilowatt-hours cost $7.50 ;
- ' . ' Under rate B ' , ' '
- - v . using electric, range and water heater) 325 Kilowatt-hours cost $7 50
' LIVING ELECTRICALLY GIVES ' .h 1 J ' 1 ; -
reri-vt- t I YOU. ..,..".. .' .1-75 Kilowathhours at.;$0.00 , .
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' ' ',',.- eastern North Carolina and to afford them electrical flying' end the best of servlceat the i i
". ',' Jos possible rates, :,' Ask your nearest Carolina Power & Light representative to explain how r
i - s vVl. you can use MORE electricity to your advantage. Live electrically and enjoy the difference t,:
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