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PRICE TEN CENTS
-J fc-. -ht W 'W iv a
" 'W MM.- A. W. Greenlaw - i '-
; '., - The Eastern Baptist Association
- i; meets -Tuesday October' 7 at the
- Siloam Baptist Church in Kerr and
. on Wednesday October 8 at Dobson
Chapel Church near Kvnansville.
' The sessions -will convene at 10
' Sf n. en day. . v
J r. The general theme will be Work-
' lag Together Under God in Co-
operative Stewardship - ' -,
i Tuesday the introductory ser
C : snon will be delivered by Ker.- El
Zi Hot Stewart An address on 'Evan
.;' v gelism' will be (lven by Rev. .Eu-
ene ruion. t -si- il. ..i
-...:-'- Items of local and associational
concern will be the emphasis of
ine iirat aay.
I Wednesday a panel on Benevol
ence consisting of Drr W. K. Me!
: ee. Dr. w. C, Reed and Dr. J. M.
Hayes and local representatives
. will present work on hospital, or
J hanages and homes for the aged.
Hev. J. C. Powell, Missionary to
' .. Africa will present the . Mission
s' ry address Wednesday morning.
- Wednesday afternoon Dr. Roger
oi oaieign win speak on
What We Can Do. For Christian
1 " Education. . ' -5, ,-, i
, Climaxing the two day session.
Dr. M, A. Huglns, .State Execu
tive Secretary, wilt peaK- on Co
- operative Stewardship In Jts ultk
i ' ; Mrl,Mack Herring of Mtk)ll?e
is Assooiauooai moderator, v v, ;
Greenlaw --.i'. i r ,-. n ,i i: u ; i, vit.'. ti . . . -aJ
Sfcricn Reports To The . Times On
IL..L;r CrAiresT$T)urin Daifs
The followliM .arrests were re
ported by Justice of the Peace C.
B. Sittarsoji,, reoentlya .
Alex Vann, colored of -Glisson
Township was arrested by Deputy
N. D. Boone on September 1. He
was charged with operating -an
auto while under the influence of
liquor, beer or drug, and without
drivers license. He waives bearing
to county court. . a
Deputy W. O. Houston. wtiit
Catherine , Newbern, colored of
Fink 1U .on September . 21 for
possessing non" tax paid whiskey
for the puipose of sale and did aid
and, abet in, the same with Law
rence Newbern. She was cpA
County Court ' . , ,
: iMwrence Mewbern, who was ar
rested by Deputy 8. M. Bvrd on
Stptember 21 and chareed wtth
possessing non tax. paid whiskey
iui iu purpose or saie ana who
did aid and abet Catherine New
oern, waived bearing to County
vArdell Lanier, white was arrest-
ea on eeptember 81 by Patrolman
C. C. Hestar for . operating auto
mobile oa ptsoll highways after
license were revoked by the hlgh-
-" wenwe hearing
On September 21George EzzelL
white, was arrested by Constable
K, R. Marley and was charged with
possessing non tax naii
while .being publicly drunk and
off his premises. - Waives bearing
v -. -it -.
Jacksonville. . C u. 1
Opening of the First National Bank
Mi For Tri:l !
Dellh llero Boy
; ,, ' At a coroner's inquest last week
, Into the death of Alx Walker, Ne-
k geo youth who was ' .ed while r'
tog a tractor trailer near Chan.y
recently. Samuel ' Ixm:-: tmin ir
"s j white man was ordered heldjinder
; : 4300 bond. The Jurv fonnd th
""youtb came to his, death through f isonvlUe ;lia been tt for
. -j' miugcac ana careless du
. ylng e Long; One jnetnber of the
Jury spoke out saying he knew
n was not in order but the Jury
' would recommend mercy for Long
. as there was no evidence of inten
tional (wrong doing nor was be
drinking and carousing around. It
appeared he was driving along not
too fast, but did not have the car
under complete control as he could
nave.. It seemed to some of the
audience, In commenting - before
. ne Jury r returned a verdict,, that
uiinr couia oe exnonorated
, -.as to an unavoidable accident. or
; ue aeia zor gross negligence.
I!:-ro Vrccb Cer
Ccrried To llospifel
: -TatroJilMn Hester of Kenans-
- Tine reported ne investigated a
, -wreck on highway 11 Tuesday night
' About -9S o'clock, and found that a
ear driven by Richard Davis, 36
- year old colored man, had "skidded
, 9"i turned over twice.. It skidded
a. out 64 feet- The car, a 1947 Ford,
, r. lumpimeiy aemoiisnedv and
. I ivis suffered cuts and bruises.
' 1 -ter carried him to the Clinton
" a , , cnargea with
k i iiKuis ana careless driving.
to Conntv Cot-(
( Aaron Picket! colored. Rt.'
Beulaville was arrested by Patrolman-
C. C .Hester for falling to
atop at scop signs where signs were
properly posted and- causing per
sonal injury and property damage.
He was. cited to County Court. -..
Constable Paul Lee arrested Da-
vld .MUler.whtte; on-September 6
end charged him with possessing
non tax paid whiskey for the pur
pose of sale. He waives bearing to
County Court '.....-. . - .
Fred Eason, white, charged Witt
possessing 4ion tax paid whiskey
for the purpose of -sale, 9 pints,
waived hearing to County Court.
.Ella iriowers McArthur colored.
on September 14. asaulted John
Newktrk witn a deadly weacon. a
suck ny Dealing nun over the head
and on the body causing scars and
bruises, and did aid and abet in
the same with Mary Powell by en
couraging Ella F. McArthur to beat
and assault the elderly man on his
own premises and did trespass on
the property of John Newkirk after
being forbidden to go there. Dep
uty O.) A. Home made the -arrest.
She -waives hearing to County
Court "i- ' v 1 I
- Cther Rfc6 Carroll, - white 'of
Kenansville. Bt. 1. was charged
.wUh possessing non tax paid whis-
xey wniie Detng publicly drunk.
Patrolman C. C Hester made the
arrest Carroll waives bearing un
til County Court
,"-U -.J f?" i-
Now In Raleigh
Approval: Should Let Contract Soon
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And Washington For
Goes To Jones
Be Held St. Pauls
On October 10th
The Annual District PTA will
meet at St. Paul on October 10th
at 9:30. All interested members
are urged to attend.
Jeffbonvilb 0;:n t!:; tkl!:::I Bank
icjf; lv . I r. i ... lis
x-v Catherine Fountain, daughter of Mr. and.Mrs. Roy Fountain of
Warsaw, was winner of .contest for Queen sponsored by Jaycees
'for 'Warsaw High- School Athletia Club, s Johnnie HoUingsworth.
?.n ot3'tad Davta HolUngsworth of Warsaw was winner for
King. There were, fifteen contestants entering this contest.
two weeks Revival Is In pro
r s at Sandy PJane Free Will
ast cnurcn. Rev. Walter B.
ter of Rockingham is doing the
ching. Special music Is feat
1 each service.. Rev. Burns Is
pastor. The Revival will con
ethrouffh next week. Thepub-
i Is' In
r - - sj r-. -r
I ieuer from Mrs. Hel i if
i cuaiunan, former t
ure writer f-r the 1.,.. .
is now in Calliornla t
Inue to wrife ht-v
el - Revelatloiw' .4. .
1. Mr. Cushman will a
me interesting stor!
rnia. ' .
eral we? ago she ws fe Un
rmo. and ws lea in a
"1 Ion and her doc-
ei 1 tate a 3 . .-t ret
- ;rs " 1 er-jrly loi for-
i r cauiornia writin",
Saturday, October 4j at sa.m. It
was-announced today by Mitchell
F.'Allenv aMer,'t.;47 si
There will be - a-: public topen-
nouse at toe oanav corner of Old
Bridge at Mill Avenue. Friday from
9 until 9 p. m. during which time
the-public is invited to Inspect the
site ana equipment and to meet
the personnel. The location is on
the west side of the Onslow Gountv
couretrouse, - m J the 'remodeled
Capps Building. There wiU be fa
vors- for children AonTflve until
six and to the ladies thereafter.
(When the 'bank, opens Saturday
morning it wiU have eight employ
es including the cashier, assistant
cashier, three tellers, proof clerk,
and two bookkeepers.
The First National Bank was con
ceived several years ago but work
actually started on it about the
first of this year. It is capitalized
at $100,000 with! $25,000 surplus
and $25,000 undivided nrofits.
There are 4,000 shares of $25 par
value stock issued 98 to Onslow
pounty citizens. The other shares
are held by persons that have a
substantial financial Interest in the
county. - , ". . . . .
Deposits will be Insured bv the
Federal Deposit Insurance Corpor-
nuiuii. ana mi oanjr mil oe a mem
ber of the Federal Reserve System.
une loan policy ot the bank, Al
len said, will be llberl enough for
the beat Interests of the community
r -atiaricieBTiy- pmservive , tv
protect," adequately the -depositors;
. The officers aad directors, are
prominent , businessmen of- the
community. ? Tey are P. . Catmt.
president; W. C. Bryan, vice pres-
iaem? m. a, urareu, a. v. Williams,
Cart V. Venters, Dr? J. p. Hender-
som- carroii, w. D. Aman,
Lee . P,; Fore MiteheU Allen and
Sam Leder, . v: :: 1 .-.r
" A number of features, some new
to all of Eastern North Carolina
and many to this particular sec
tion will: be incorporated1 in the
new Institution. Principal, mechan
ically Among them are automatic
teller machines which will expe
dite teller service 30 to- 40 nr-
cent, U was said. A drive in teller
window is located on Old Bridse
St. Id Mi , i . 1
As for . facilities : and services.
the bank will pay all checks at
par, the only one in this section to
do . so and will offer a smtcial
checking, account - service . for -per
sons wno normally ao not -carry
muca money on aeposit. There will
be a flat charge for each check
instead of a service charse. Safe
deposit box area will have a pri
vate inspection booth; y :; ? f
The building has been complete
ly renovated ana will ne well iight-
ea. ! wui teature, too, summer
and winter air conditioning.
Mr. Allen was formerly Cashier
of the Waccamaw Bank in Kenans-
viiie and recently moved here with
ms iamiiy. , . . r
ILu...i Chapel Raiiel$1500 At Turkey
L;-:r Lost Saturday lliglif; Larce Crowd
Albertsott Chanel. Charoh of Je
suat Orirt of Ln-"r-. faints,
served lt-t. annual '.p(fby amner
lt . Saturdsy i-tnlnr t -the new
edifice on Highway 111. A large
attendance' was reported and ap
proximately $1500 was cleared. The
omoey wui go on we ouuging fund.
The -nf Chapel begun iln early
April is movingtowa-ds comple
tion end i expected, to be regdy
for use around, the first of Novem
ber - The building cost in the
neighborhood of $70,000 and is one
of the most attractive church build
ings in Duplin County,
f it. Olive Methodist Circuit Conference
Miss Edna Fussell, who for the
past 3 years has been employed In
Duplin County as 'Child Welfare
Worker,' has resigned and accept
ed a position In Jones County as
Supt. of the Department of Public
We'fare. Miss Fussell, whose home
is in Rose Hill, will begin her du
ties in Jones County on October
Coon Dog Field
Trials October 11th
Beulavllle's second annual Coon
Dog Field Trials will be held on
the Clark farm near town on Sat
urday October 11th. Last year the
Duplin County Coon Club sponsor
ed its first Field Trials and about
800 people from all over the state
and many adjoining states attended.
87 dogs participated 'in the trials.
This year more people and many
more dogs are expected to come,
said A. E. Clark of Beulaville who
Is in charge ef the event.
Kenan Memorial Auditorium To Be Scene
Of Another Duplin County First
it att- on
rr'Fune irracjfc pien
1952-53 Vrk AlCcrcIina Beach Meeting
(Future Homemekers of America
held their Annual all day meeting
v ivaiyiuia j voltage,!) ar !a
Beach, 4 Saturday. ,-Setimlsert t J.
1052 to' plan their program for the
year, xne nig event planned is
the annual FIIAvRally to be held
in Beulaville High School Saturday
maron za 1B53. t pj - . ;
Teacher, advisers and two local
officers from each vocational Home
Economics, J urbneut and.,xvo
non vooat.. sartmentslnl -
Sampson Counties ' attended this
piiwi'"? m(wt"L,In dd'tinn.to
t r . s S -s and t-.ne i a-
eifU ac-. ' Jcer.i t
Mrs. "p. Snyder. Wan-
r -tij-i "oi cr:iA t- -r '
. ' "t-, and 1 ve of berTIA cha.!i
r oers were holfc ,es to the
group of 53 on Saturday. Each
"""P earned food lor a plants
..a,' wiik-h ' was- served tu. A
style at noon, and picnic a'We
in fie afternoon after the last swn
cf the day. The Warsaw ol.icer-
.s were; Pei'-y Korne y,
nt: I'atty -lulU'pa. ..
I ' A"te Pn,""e. sec-
."y 1- p, I..,.,A1ian; and
j- secre- of the
y tyrfanlw...n. ""'
-r and her p""
itely after s...vI ln-to-f
r-rrare the ect-
ur -y j-'et!-", t '
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P.:i!iy Ml. Iloipiki
The graduation exercises of theJ
farm: view 'Hospital school of Nur
sing in Rocky Mount were held
F"'"-ber 12 1962 . at the First
t Church. . ,..
ititciuded in the graduating class
were Miss Ardeth Smith, daughter
of,J5rv4nd Mrs. Raymond Smith
of fhk Hill, N. C. RFD 2 and Miss
Julia'-WiUlams, daughter of Mr.
and.Mrs, ;H, S. Williama of Dur
ham, formerly ofJtPink Hill. Both
gii-ls were1 1949 'graduates of B. F.
Grady High School They wiU
continue toWbrk at Park View.
: Persons who have been named
-to the various commissions in the
several churches of the Mount Ol
ive Methodist circuit were approv
ed at the annual fourth quarterly
conference held at Bethel church
Commission on Membershin and
Evangelism; BetheL Ben Gradv.
Mrs- Garland Alphin, Mrs. W. T.
Byrd, Mrs. Robert Grady, Miss Hel
en Sullivan: Brownliur. Mrs. Ma for
stuiion, Mrs. u. s. Strickland, Mrs.
Willie McCuUen.-Claude Overman,
zuwri a. juyner; vaiypso, Mrs.
Owen Sutton, Miss Una Brogden,
Miss Joan Grubbs, - Mrs. Albert
Price, Mrs. Jim Herring.
Rones ChapeL Mrs. Harvey Car
ter, Mrs. Bob Jones, Miss Carrie
Williams, Mrs. Thad Turner, Mrs.
James Wells; Smith Chapel, Mrs.
J. C Stephenson, Jr.? Mrs. ; J.S.
Jordan, Mrs. W. C. Odom, Mrs. J.
W Waller, Mrs. William Cashweli
J. C. Stephenson, Jr; Mrs. James
Dunnigan; Mrs. Harry Kennedy,
Mrs. Minnie Smith, Miss Madelyn
Commission on Finance. Bethel;
C. C. Ivey; G. L. Summerlin; T. A.
Jernigan; Ed Grady; J. E. Grady;
William Sullivan; Willie Outlaw;
John Grady; Frank Outlaw; G. E.
Alphin, Jr; Jeff Outlaw.
Browning's: M. F. MoCuUen, J.
B. Sutton; R. E. MoCuUen; Clement
Joyner; George CO. Strickland;
George S, Strickland;, Cecil Odom.
- XJalypso, M. R. Bennett; Ed Her
ring; Albert Price; Mrs. Jack Her
ring; Owen Sutton.
Bones Chapel: - L. P. Wells, Al-
dine Whltfeld: E. G. Kornecav: J
M. Holland; Ira Turner; Jarvis Car
ter; j. c. Kiipatrick; Mrs. Robert
wimams: Airs. Kussell Whitfipld-
puiy former. . ?r-
JSmitfa Chapel: E. F. Sutton. Jar.
rman Sullivan: .W. C. . Odom: E w
uaumiy; june juccienny; Melvin
The Duplin Story first, East Car
olina Folk Festival, second, now
we are proud to1 announce another
first for Duplin County.
The Kenansville and Warsaw
Lions Clubs are glad, they can have
a part in the firsts of our county
by presenting' Wednesday night,
October 22 at 8 o'clock a big Gospel
singing concert. Featuring direct
from. The Grand. Ole Opry, WSM,
Nashville; Tentu, WaKey Fowler St
hut famous Oak Ridge Quartet.
This well known quartet lias been
heard over the Grand Ole Onrv
for several years over the NBC
National Network on the Prince
Albert Grand Ole Opry show and
all over the United States in their
'Personal appearance shows. They
are recording stars for Bullet Rec
ords. All their records are avail
able for home use.
This quartet consists of Walley
Fowler, who bails from Rome, Ga.
leader; Bobby Weber from States
vllle, N. C, Bass; Pat Patterson
from Statesville; Joe Alfred from
Maoksvllle, N. O., tenor; and the
piano player, Livey Freeman from
Greensboro, N. O.
We are-sure you will not waatfto be ,of brick and Indiana lime-
Working drawings and specifica
tions for the new 50 bed Duplin
General Hospital are now com
pleted by. Leslie N. Boney, Archi
tect, Wilmington, North Carolina,
according to announcement, by J.
Oliver Stokes Kenansville. N. C.
Chairman of the Building Commit
tee. The hospital center is to be
located on the Hampton Williams
homestead which lies generally be
tween the county court house and
the Kenansville High School. - A
portion of this tract was the site
of the famous historical pageant
The hospital group will consist
of a three story, 50 bed tee shaped
general medical hespitaL located
on a knoll on the rear of the site
facing the Kinston highway, and
a separate two story nurses heme
and a one story health clinic. The
health center will be located on
the south end of lot facing the
The main hosnital huilriinir will
be of fireproof construction
throughout. The frame work for
this hospital will be of steel and
concrete and the finishes will be
of the latest materials designed
with the end in view of the least
possible maintenance and upkeep
consistant with sound economy and
In commenting on the hospital
Mr. J. Robert Grady, Kenansville,
Vice-Chairman of the Building
Committee, stated that 'The Build
ing Committee composed of Oliv
er Stokes, Lee Brown, Emanett
Kelly, Harry Kramer and myself
has visited more than five of the
latest hospitals in the State and
we are convinced that the plans Mr.
Boney has made will provide us the
finest 50 bed hospital that has yet
been built in the State.'
Mr. Boney, Sr. is a long time
native of Duplin County, having
lived In Wal ace the major portion
of his life. Leslie N. Boney, Jr.
also a native of Wallace, is assoc
iated with his father, together with
William J. and Charles H. Boney,
all licensed architects. v.
The exterior of the building is
to miss such an outstanding grottp.1-1
uesraes uus famous quartet we
have plans for some . fine - guest
singers on the program. We hope
that all lovers of good gospel and
spiritual music will be present to
reany enjoy a fine program,
Connie Bell Byrd And Henry Perry Given
12 Mos. For Drunkeness In Volfescrane
Ofmm1ect'in nti 1?riiia-si XiA Yt.
el, W. T. Byrd, Turman Alphin, Ms9-jU.ei,; Mdice., Jones; Morris
Garland Alphin, Mrs. Perry Grady.1 Best Warren Lassiter
Mrs. J. E. Grady. Mrs. Garland Al
phin, Miss Mary Lou Summerlin;
Browning, James T. Odom, S. L.
HoUingsworth, Claude Overman,
tfrsv Craven Best,, Mrs. ftaison
Joyner. Mrs. Leon Best. Newloa
Overman. ' ...
Calypso: H. E. Grubbsi.M.' R.
Bennett; Mrs. A. B. Guy; Albert
Williamson; Miss Una Brogden;
commission On Missions: Bethel-
Mrs. W. T. Byrd; Mrs. Willie Out
law; Mrs. Turman Alphin; Mrs. Wil
liam auiuyan; Annie Lois- Grady;
Browning's; Mrs. F. K. Sutton; Mrs.
Albert Joyner; . Mrs. Paul Strick
land, Mrs. R. E. McCullen; Faye
. Calvnso. Mrs. J Tl O &nHnn- mm
Li B. Herring; M, R. Bennett, Jri
Mrs. Owen Sutton; Mrs. Tom Broa-I Mrs Adrian nvi.- Rnn h'it
"fffTS Hrpl?K J5S2LPifp- CUtfordyemon; Mrs. Billy
el; Miss Belle Grady; Clifford Ver- Farmer: Mrs. Jm w.u..
m-.' whMrii' VC"?'J "wnieio; amun cnapei; Mrs. E.
n. vauKnixy; jars. Keith Waller:
Garter; Shu-ley Lewis; Smith Chap" Richard Goode; Sr.. Jarman Sulll
eU.Currle Smith; Howard Casev; van,.Sr., , ...
!. Demonstration Clubs Senior 4-H
Clubs, PTA, Farm Bureau, Church
groups or any other organization
in the county are invited to attend
recreational training school in
tife Kenan Memorial Auditorium at
7: jO p.m. on Oct. 6. 7 end 8. This
school is being sponsored bv the
Ditplin Extension Service and each
or tne tnres classes will be tantrht
j Mr. Lonnie Powell of the N. C.
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On r octer 4, L;a r
Di . . t Cut.... 4ul Clubs are hol.t
irt t. e'r annual poultry show an ;
s? in Kersvi.le. This r" v
bcM at the aik..
f tti.:.m. .
i ' ' -'n it te s'l rm f
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Kecreation Commission. Duplin is
Indeed fortunate to be able to have
Mr. Powall. and it is the hona of th
County Extension workers that all
recreation t leaders 'will 'take adrl
I -! ..! . ' 1 .. . ' .'
vaiusge uj fuia opportunity to learn
now ro ,4eae recreation
a f"i- r'i" !. j -'
You can preach a better sermon
with your life than your voice.
Two drunken peoole found in
Woifescrape Township last week
suddenly found themselves speed
ily dealt with and facing 12 months
In confinement each as a result of
Connie Bell Bvrd 29. of Route
2, Mount Olive, was charged with
being publicly drunk, public nuis
ance possession, and disorderly
conduct and sentenced to 12
months in Woman's Prison by Du
plin Recorder's Court Judge H. E.
Henry Franklin Perrv. 42. of
Route 2, Kinston, was charged with
driving drunk driving after license
was ' revoked and possession and
sentenced to 12 months on the lag exonerated the two
county's roads for his part In the
affair. This was Perry's third of
fense this year for driving after
license was revoked.
Patrolmen C. C. Hester and J. S.
Briley answered a call Tuesday
afternoon about the two subjects
and found them stalled after the
driveshaft of their 1950 model Ford
had fallen out.
Perry is married and the father
of four children and allegedly had
been living with the Byrd woman
for some time. The woman, it will
De remembered, was the same who
swore out a warrant charging two
young wnite youths of the Sum
mernn s Crossroads community
whu rape iwo montns ago. A hear-
' -1 vn .-
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n, iy given to tue c.wb , ars
sr. i Roebuck and company. There
is 100 to be divided ertonj the
r estants. EiLbons will 1 e a ar
' i at tae show and Ca rl
-v f ' " d accord3 to t..e
1. T :t. . . .
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cuaht to bay more chickens far oth
er 4 1 Club boys-and girls for the
eofwteg ywuv , - -A -
T&m3 tir.'s are all top quality
New Luinr ' ' R"i rT'ry would
make v 1 1 1 to any
flock. Tl. j .kuity for
t e r""rni rf I y tt rt a top
The' Hallsville Presbvtarian
Church will celebrate Its annual
Homecoming Day on this Sunday,
October 6. During the Sunday
School session the Rally Day Pro
gram will be presented. The guest
speaker, , for the morning worship
service will be Mr. Bill Hewitt, Boy
Scout Executive from Clinton. In
addition to bringing the morning4
message.-. Mr. Hewitt will nreseni
me tagie fcout Award to James
Robert Grady, a member at Troon
47, which is sponsored bythe Halls-
vine cnurcn. xne service will be
concluded with the observing of
we sacrament or the Lord's Sup
A picnic and barbecue dinner
will be served on the church vard
aiier services. .All friends of the
Church are cordially invited to be
present lor this occasion.
Boys. from 21 counties competed
in mis contest. The competition
was very keen with very little dif
ference in the total scores from
ii out oi tne zi counties. Nash
county had the top acore in points
but the next five counties were
very close to that top score. Duplin
County, finished about ninth in the
The winner of the contest went
on to Richmond, Va., to compete
in a regional contest wntcn was
held September 23.
Nick Kornesay of Albertson. sen
of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Kornegay
competed In a state wide 4 H trac
tor contest in Raleigh on Sept
20. - - v
Nick has been active In 4 H Clufcl
work Jor several years and is at
present completing his second year
N t'-e tractor maintenance project.
r Patrolmen J. S. Briley and C. C.
Hester report an accident involving
Robert Leslie Boney, 50 year eld
colored man of Rt. 3 Rose Hill and
Johnny Witherspoon 27 years old
colored man of Rt 2 Rose Hill a
few days ago. ' - "
Bonev was traveling a. rtuniin
County road from US 117 to Char
ity Cross Roads. He attempted to
make a left turn into a driv wav
Witherspoon was making an at-
icmpi v pass wnen. tney collided.
Damage to Boney's car was esti
mated at $150 and to Witberspoons
194o Ford station wagon at $200.
There were- aa injuries. ,
No changes were preferred. The
men settled , the damage among
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ne. The window anI Avtarlnv
vvn wiu ne of aluminum and will
not require any painting. The in
terior finishes will provide for
acoustical treatment at ceiling in
corridors and other noisy areas.
Other ceilings will be plastered.
All areas subject to rfmnn...
Crease, or odors will be of glued
tile, ceramic tilo, or structural
glass to facilitate easy cleaning
and upkeep. Flow mmHm m
be ceramic tile, terrazzo and as
.TOf ?t floor of the hospital
will include a large waiting room
overlooking the nini
the Kinston - Kenansville Mah.
Way. Also On th fire SluTm
he offices for business, admitting,
administrator and director of nur
ses, and also locker rooms for
doctors and nurses. Doctor's reg
ister will also be provided along
With an audihlA rail itnloi. t t
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imate the paging of personnel
throughout the building. Areas
for X-ray, laboratory, emergency
pioviaea aisng front wing
Rear wing includes kitchen and
dining faciiities, central storage
and autopsy. The boiler room will
pe located at the rear of the build
ing adjacent to the kitchen, and
the maintenance shop will include
two steam boilers. The boilers will
be oil fired using No. 5 weight
heavy oil. Mr. Boney advised that
he 1$ using this No. 5 weight heavy
oil as his analysis and experience
indicates that this fuel is approxi
mately 20 cheaper and 10 more
productive in heat or B.TjU. con
tent than a lighter -weight com
mercial fuel. oil storage will be
sufficient to accommodate more
than two tanker Inarfa nt nil
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time to provide amole Ktnnm
permit bulk purchases at reason
The second floor of the hospital
will contain the surgical suite in
cluding major and minor operating
rooms, doctors and nurses dressing
rooms, sterilizing j and ipmiu
room, central sterilizing units
nurses station., utilJtv ronn,
Wntry. Private, semi - private and
4 bed ward rooms comprise the 1
remainder of this floor.,
The 3rd floor will
obstetrical suite, including- iahn
and delivery rooms ami fk. .j. -
junct facilities. An air conditioning 5
room is provided for cooiins d.n.
ery suite, as well as -operating suite '
wwvw. mis iioor will also con-.
tain nursins faoiiiMM cin.ii..
those on 2nd floor, , , ,
; Three fireproof stairways and
one automatic push button e evator
of sufficient size to acommodate
stretchers and food carts will facK- '
ucaie vertical circulation. In the
design of the hospital the architects -have
provided for possible future '
expansion by using a Tee shaped
scheme or parti. The base of the
Te contains service facilities such
as boiler room, kitchen, storage. ; -and
operating and delivery areas,. .
which, can all. be expanded west-"
ward. The cross of the Tee contains J
the administrative, emergency and .
nursing facilities 'and can be ex
panded both north and south if the
hospital patient load should indi
cate the necessity for this expan-
. s WspiUl Is to be owned and
-d by the Board i T"""