BEQKNKG THIS ISSUE
MEHC2IES CF EEAUFC3T
IN THE NINETIES
By THOMAS H. CARROW
A Merger of THE BEAUFORT NEWS (Established 1912) and THE TWIN CITY TIMES (Established 1936)
S8(h YEAR NO. 11.
BEAUFORT AND MOREHEAD CITY, NORTH CAROLINA TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1948
PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS
As MCT1 Director
Howard W. Jones, Former
Director, Takes Job Wilh
Paul B. Mitchell, physic instruc
tor at North Carolina State college
since January. 1947, yesterday as
sumed directorship of Morehead
City Technical institute, succeeding
i Howard W. Jones who has resigned
to take a position with a Raleigh
Mr. Mitchell, a native of Carroll
ton, Ky., is an alumnus of More
head State college, Morehead, Ky.,
and the University of Kentucky,
Prior to his work as instructor
at State college, Mr. Mitchell was
a veterans administration adviser
at Brypon City and director of
athletics at Bryson City high school
where he taught mathematics and
He served one year also as assis
tant coach of athletics at Albany
senior high school, Albany, Ga. His
experience in ship construction was
obtained during a year at Norfolk
Mr. Mitchell, who is 33, married
the former Miss Frances Sawyer,
of Bryson City. They have two
sons, Paul, Jr., 8, and Joseph
Racing Association Prepares Dog Track
For Schooling Operations June 25-29
Finishing touches are being put
on the $200,000 dog race track
west of Morehead City and by Fri
day night everything will be in
readiness for the ftmr nights f
. schooling preceding the grand
opening next Wednesday, June 30,
Paul Cleland, manager, reported
For the past two weeks owners
have been arriving with their dogs
which are being housed in kennels
built by Vernon Guthrie, More
head City, on route 24 near the
Earle Webb property.
The four nights of schooling will
accustom dogs to the track and
show the public how races are con
, ducted. Pari-mutuel windows will
not open until June 30 and from
that night throughout the .racing
season no one under 21 years of
age will be admitted.
Bets on the dogs may be placed
at 21 windows located beneath the
3,000 capacity grandstand and
cashiers at 15 windows will pay
,. off to the holders of straight (win
ner), place (second dog), and
show (third dog) tickets.
Secretary Selects Runners
Dogs which will race each night
. are selected by the racing secre
tary, Paul Hartwell, "one of the
best racing secretaries in the
country," Mr. Cleland says. Own
ers have nothing to say about
which race their dog or dogs
should run. Selections are made
by the secretary so that dogs will
compete against- other animals in
their own weight and speed class.
Because it is not the practice
at dog tracks to house the racers
on the premises as horses are, the
dogs are brought to the track in
trailers at 6 o'clock the night they
are to race.
In the paddock they are checked
by a veterinarian and weighed on
large scales in view of the public.
Once the dog enters the paddock,
. his owners do not handle him a
gain until after he races.
The racing weight of the dog.
perhaps 60 pounds, is posted o'n a
board at the paddock. The dog is
weighed again immediately before
he goes on the track, and if the
weight varies from the first weigh
ing by a pound and a half or more
the dog is scratched and doesn't
, race that night.
. After the dogs are weighed in.
they are taken to a plot by the
paddock known as the jinny pit
and put in a box with their num
ber, correlated with the race in
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Tuesday, June 22
8:43 A.M. 2:58 A.M.
9:00 P.M. 2:48 P.M
Wednesday, June 23
9:24 A.M. 3:36 A M
9:40 P.M. 3:29 P.M
I Thursday, June 24
' 10:05 A.M. 4:14 A.M.
10:19 P.M. 4:10 P.M.
I Friday, June 25
10.49 A.M. 4:53 A.M.
1 10:59 P.M. 4:54 P.M.
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Miss Viola Slyron, named Miss Morehead City at a recent beauty
contest sponsored by the Mcrehead City Junior Chamber of Com
merce, is shown here after Mayor George Dill placed the crown on
her head. She is the daughter of Mrs. Zack Styron, Evans street.
Miss Sryron will compete next month for the Miss North Carolina
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Here is an actual photo finish of a dog race taken at Palm
Beach, Fla. It's easy to see which dog is first, but in this case
which one of the three dogs with their noses at the line is second?
The Carteret Coast: Its Needs
As an Ideal Summer Resort
By Robert Lowe, Secretary
Morehead City Chamber
The 'annual income from North
Carolina's out-of-state visitors is
reliably estimated at between $150,
000,000 and $175,000,000.
This is larger than the return
from the state's cotton crop. This
gross exceeds that of furniture
making, placing this phase of our
economy well up in the list of the
three big money-making enter
prises of North Carolina.
Morehead City is one of the
eight or ten cities on the coast
which share in this bonanza.
This -represents entirely "new
money." By new money is meant
money that is not earned or ac
quired hare in this state through
the operation of any other business
activity, and would normally not
accrue to us unless our tourists
friends brought it here and spent
K with us. This is money we would
be without should we not attract
vacationers to our midst, as in no
other way could it be made a part
of our earnings.
Our climate and our geographi
cal location have caused us to
benefit as though an industrialist
had built and deeded to us a plant
worth hundreds of millions of dol
lars. Our resort lacks sufficient re
creational facilities to offer the
tourist and the North Carolina re
sident who comes to the Carteret
shore a properly balanced menu.
The only golf course convenient to
a beach in North Carolina is in
Wilmington. If there is a riding
horse for rent up and down the
coast it is a carefully guarded sec
ret. Guests accustomed to "resort
facilities" are continually surpris
ed to find a dearth of badminton
courts, tennis courts, shuffle
boards, docking facilities and other
items too numerous to mention.
We can't just peddle the ocean.
Other resorts have the ocean and
all this, too. And often for the
We have developed wonderfully
in the past few years. Far beyond
reasonable dreams or expectation
of pre-war days. But to keep this
forward motion going forward we
must work together to accomplish
the tilings that are needed.
One thing about the travel bu
siness well worth noting is its in
herent stability and the undeni
able opportunity that it presents.
So long as Florida and the re
sorts south of us thrive, nad we
hope they will continue to do so,
we lie ITke a great trap across the
path of millions of people. This
is business which is qurs and path
of milions of people. This is bu
siness which is ours and ours alone
if we will go after it and handle
North Carolina's location makes
it an attractive goal for over half
the population of America. The va
cation market is spreading rapidly,
both as to coverage of employees
and also in extended time off, par
ticularly in the middle income
field the skilled worker and the
white collar class. Lack of $50-per
day-places in our area protects us
against deflation to a large extent.
Our rate range can well be en
larged to encompass the $25 to $75
per week American, that will be
within the reach of even flatten
ed pockets books.
The extent of expansion of our
travel industry is dependent on in
telligent development and opera
tion of accommodations. And ag
gressive and unrelenting promo
tion. Promotion meaning a pro
gram to keep prospective patrons
infermed about the pleasures of
visiting the Carteret Coast. There
is no practical limit to the use of,
this resource. Climate can be used
over and over again. A day's fish
ing or a week on the beach is just
as welcome one time as another.
We believe that intelligent and sin
cere effort can make Morehead
City, Beaufort, Atlantic Beach and
the whole Central Carolina Coast
a more, substantial asset to our
people and our state. ,
4-H Club Members
io m uowneo
Demonstration Clubs to Give
Flower Show, Dress Re
vue Thursday Night
Coronation of the king and
queen of health of Carteret coun
ty, a flower show, and dress revue
will take place at 8 o'clock Thins
day night at the Carteret County
recreational center under the
sponsorship of county home dem
Miss Catherine Lewis, 16, a 4 II
club rremher, will be crowned
queen and Jesse Taylor. 17, also a
4 II club member, will be crowi"-'
kinti of health. Miss Lewis isthr
daughter of Mrs. Kunice Lewis.
Beaufort RFD. and Taylor is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Taylor,
They were selected by the comi
ty health department from a group
of boys and girls nominated by
each 4-H club in the county.
R. M. Williams, county agent,
will crown the king and queen
who will be entered in the state
4-H health contest. Narrator dur
ing the coronation ceremony will
be James Gillikin, of Atlantic.
The coronation will precede the
dress revue when models will ap
pear before the king and queer
Judging of flower entries will take
place at 7:15, and the public will
be admitted free of charge at 8
Prizes in the flower show will
be awarded for the best arrange
ment by a home demonstration
club, the best specimen of rose,
lily, pansy, sweet William, petunia,
scabiosa, nasturtium, zinnia, snap
dragon, gladioli, hydrangea and
other types of cut flowers, best
arrangement of any of these flow
ers, best arrangement of wild flow
ers or native shrubbery, best ar
rangement of mixed flowers, best
specimen of begonia, cactus, fern,
snake plant, geranium, or Alcan
violet, and tne best individual ar
rangehient or idea by a club mem
Prizes in the cotton dress revue
Continued to Page 3
Two Cars Wreck
Within one hour Thursday night
two cars were wrecked by over
turning, one at Crab Point and
the other at Haukers Island.
Alton Dickinson, driver of a cab
owned by Leroy Guthrie, overturn
ed on the road to Crab Point and
Benny Gillikin's car turned over
in front of Davis Brother fish
house, Markers Island. Neither of
the drivers was injured.
The Crab Point accident hap
pened at 5:45 p.m. Thursday and
the Marker's Island wreck occurred
at 6:30 p.m., according to R. II.
Brown, state highway patrolman,
Dickinson's mishap came about
when he met a truck, causing the
cab to leave the road and turn
over. Patrolman Brown s.-;d. Da
mage is estimated at $450.
Filed against Gillikin are
charges of drunken, careless, and
reckless driving. Damage to Gil
likin's '41 Chevrolet is estimated
at about $400.
Home Agent Announces
Week's Club Meetings
Home demonstration club meet
ings for the coming week, as an
nounced by Mrs. Carrie B. Gillikin,
home demonstration ogent, appear
Camp Glenn club 2:30 to
morrow afternoon with Mrs. Will
Williston club 7:30 tomorrow
night at the community building,
Wildwood club 2:30 Thursday
afternoon with Mrs. C. A. McCabe.
Cedar Island club 12:30 Mon
day afternoon with Mrs. Julia
Atlantic club 3 o'clock Mon
day afternoon with Mrs. Howard
Three Land Cases .
Withdrawn From Docket
Three land dispute cases on the
civil court docket were withdrawn
last week. These were Howe, vs.
Wallace et al, Howe vs. Southern
Felt company, and Howe vs. Madix
Asphalt Roofing corporation.
The case of Taylor and Willis vs.
Willis was continued and the case
of Guthrie vs. Russell was declared
a mistrial. The civil term of court
ended Thursday. Presiding judge
was Henry Steven.
John Smiley, Morehead,
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Saturday Aiternoon in
Camp Glenn Principal
Accepts Lejenne Position
Fred Lewis, formerly princi
pal at Camp Glenn school, has
accepted a position as teacher at
Camp Lejeune school. He began
his duties (here with the begin
ning of summer school, Monday,
Subjects Mr. Lewis will leach
are seventh and eighth grade
arithmetic and history. A grad
uate of Atlantic Christian col
lege at Wilson, Mr. Lewis has
served as principal at Camp
Glenn for five years.
That position has not as yet
been filled, II. L. Joslyn, super
intendent of schools, reported
Wreck on Bridge
Holds Up Traffic
Four cars ramming into one an
other on the Atlantic Beach bridge
at 5:05 Sunday afternoon caused
nearly a two hour traffic jam. Traf
fie moving both ways was at a
standstill for about an hour and
then started moving very slowly.
M. V. Hooper, slate highway pat
rolman vho investigated, reported
that a car driven by Kvan K. Jar
man, of Charlotte, ran into the
rear of a Merita bread truck, caus
ing the truck to smack into the
rear of the car in front of it and
this car piled into t lie one in
Jarman was here for the week
end visiting his family in Beaufort,
the patrolman said. He has been
gumoncd to appear in recorder's
court this morning on a charge of
following too close in a line of
traffic and exceeding the 20 mile
speed limit on the bridge.
Damage to his car is estimated
Within the oast two weeks $31
in parking fines has been collected
in Beaufort, Chief of Police Louis
Willis said todav. Most motorists
are cooperating fully with the now
parking system, he commented.
To Begin Friday
At 10 o'clock Friday morning a
Vacation Reading club for boys
and girls 6 to 10 jears of age will
begin a"t the Webb Memorial Civic
center, Morehead City, Mrs. E. A.
Council, librarian, announced to
day. Designed to interest children in
reading books for fun, it is also
intended to broaden youngsters'
book horizons, said Mrs. Council.
Small booklets for each club
member entitled, "Books I Have
Read," with attractive colored pa
ner covers, will be provided for
When a child has read five books
he is given a Reading Club but
ton and a cowboy cut out of color
ed construction paper. For every'
five books read a special award if
given, such as a sombrero, necker
chief, or lariat to add to the cow
To every child who reads 10
books a "Reading Club Certificate"
is awarded. .
Included with the hour of library
work each Friday morning will be
music and art appreciation. The
children will hear both stories and
songs from records. A record
Player has been bought, partly
through private donations, and
with contributions from the liter
ary and art department of the
Morehead City Woman's club.
Assisting Mrs. Council with the
Reading club will be Mrs. Lucille
Arthur Smith and Mrs. Bob Wil
liams. Mayor Takes Trip
Because Mayor George Dill is
out of town there was no mayor's
court yesterday afternoon. The
mayor has gone to Louisiana and
will return here early next week
after stopping at New Orleans,
Lake Charles, and Cameron.
District Postmasters to Meet
The National League of District
Postmasters, Carolina branch, will
meet Thursday and Friday, June
24 and 23, for a two-day conven
tion at the King Cotton hotel,
F. R. Seeley
For 2nd Primary
Flection officials of the 1!7 pre
cinets in Carteret county, for Sal
urday's election, hav been an
nounci'fl by the chairman of the
county board of elections, Fred R
Seeley. Mr. Seeley also added that
the noils will open al 0.30 a.m. on
Saturday inorniia: and will close
at () .'!() n in The r. nort of each
precinct must lie in the hands ol
the fount v board of elections by
Mond y, June I! I!, ,
Mr. Seeley explained that since
the only contest is for the Demo
critic nominee for governor, t In
state hoard of elections has in
structed the heal hoard that it
isn't necessary for each precinct to
have a Republican poMholder
Whnv I here is one and he does
not report for the election, the re
gistrar is authorized to appoint a
Democrat for the third member ol
the nrecincl hoard of e'ection.
The appoint men! is a temporary
one and for this primary only, and
regular Republican pollhold
ers will be expected to serve Nov
ember 2 in the yeneial election.
In the following list of election
officials for the various precincts,
the registrar's name appears first,
the Democratic judge second, and
the Republican ooirholder third:
. Stella. J. C. Barker, J. ty.iffa(-
son, Annan noitis; ivuetier, Alan
J. Vinson. J. K. Weeks, W. A.
Norris: Cedar Point, J. A. Weeks.
John Jones. John Guthrie; Boguc.
W. 0 Smith, K. L. Weeks, O. B.
Broad Creek, Norman Guthrie,
Randolph Smith, nollholdcr o be
selected: Newport, Mrs. I'rudie
Potter. Y. 7.. Simmons. Mrs Lotla
Henderson; Wildwood, Curtis L
McCabe, C. A. McCabe, W. E. Tay
Salter Path. George W. Smith.
J. T. Lawrence, Kd Nixon; More
head City, James B. Long, Edward
Arendell, Civile E. Willis; Beau
fort, Frank King, John D.' Brooks,
Wire Grass, M. N. Kulianks. Mrs
Will Norris. W. J. Merrill: Har
lowo, George Ball. W. J. Hardcsty,
J. F. Small; Merrimon. H. B. Sal
ter, W. L. Cannon, pollholders to
be select I'd.
Long Pine, Polly Simpson. Mrs
Minzetle King Kcrnegay, pollhold
er to be selected; Bettie, Cleveland
Gillikin, Theodore-Willis, pollhold
er to be selected; Olway. Denard
Gillikin, Lena Lewis, Iredell Law
rence. Straits, Paul Chadwick. Gilbert
Whitehurst, C. G. Jarvis; Harkers
Island, Charles William Hancock,
Alton Willis, Walter Nelson; Mar
shallbcrg, I. F. Moore, Fred Gil
likin, nollholdcr fo be selected.
Smyrna, George W. Davis, Geor
ge W. Hancock, Mrs. Eileen Yeo
mans; Williston, Mrs. Pauline
Wade, Mrs. Ivey G. Willis, Jessie
Pinor; Davis. H. H. Davis, Corbet
It Davis, pollholder to be selected;
Stacy, William Fulcher, Rudolph
Nason, Lorraine Gaskill.
Sealcvel, A. B. Tavlor, Herbert
Salter. K. W. Gaskill; Atlantic,
Clayton Fulcher, J. W. Mason, No
lie Fuleher; Cedar Island, J. B.
Goodwin, Earl C. D y, J. R. Da
niels; Portsmouth. John It. Willis,
Dorothy Mae Salter, Nora Dixon.
Three Countians Enlist
In Nation's Air Force
Three residents of Carteret
county have been enlisted in the
U. S. air force the past week. All
were signed up for a period of
The enlistees are John Lee Gard
ner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gardner.
Ocracoke drive, Havelock; Alton
Everett Stewart, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Everett Stewart of route 3,
Newport; and Julian S. Brown, of
All three were enlisted at the U.
S. Army and U. S. Air Force Re
cruiting station at New Bern.
Coronation Ball Tonight
The king and queen, prince and
princess of the Morehead City
Teen-Age club will be crowned, at
the coronation ball tonight at the
Carteret County Recreational cen
ter. Members of this royal family
were elected Saturday night by
teen-age club members.
The body of John Little Smiley.
Jr., 23, who lived at liHIh and
Arendell streets, Morehead City,
was lound floating in Boguc Sound
three -quarters of a mile west of
the Atlantic Beach bridge at II
o'clock yesterday morniag by a
D.irlv tint bad been searching the
waters for him ever since he was
reported missing Saturday after
noon. This was the fourth drowning
this year in Hogue Sound and the
fifth in the county. Ned Willis.
1302 Shacklcford street, and Char
les Anderson, ( rah Point, drown
ed in the sou 'id Feb. Hi while oys
tering, and .1 lines Earl White, lie
gro prisoner, drowned May 17
while working on the causeway to
Philip Ray Fulcher. 2 12 year
old sou of Mr. and Mrs. Cardie
I'uli'hi r. Cellar Hanks hunting
club, drowned in Core sound May
Smilev's body was spotted by
..lanes from Coastal Skyways.
Morehead City, which joined in the
search and directed a Coast Guard
picket boat to the body.
The first indication that Smiley
met with misfortune came when
Ins sailboat was found drifting in
the sound Saturday afternoon
without a skipper. Local Coast
Guard authorities say he apparent
ly fell overboard and was unable
to swim to safety.
Smiley, a civilian instructor at
Cherry Point, was burn in Warren
county, the son of John Little
Smiley and Mary Joyner Smiley.
He leaves a wife and four month
Funeral services will be at 2:30
this afternoon at LaGrange, ac
cording to George Wv Dill and
Enroll at MCTI
Sixteen Carteret countians have
enrolled at Morehead City Techni
cal institute for the six-week sum
mer course for teachers sponsored
by the extension division of State
Five courses, visual aids, elemen
tary woodworking, social ethics,
human relations, and contempor
ary civilization are being offered.
,1. I. Mason, Morehead City, teaches
the visual aids course, and Julian
A. Bell, also of Morehead City, is
instructor in woodworking.
John A. Kingsbury, member of
Ihe Slate college faculty, teaches
the other three courses.
Countians enrolled for summer
school are the following: Mrs. Su
san B. Carroll, Mrs. Virginia Tay
lor, both of Newport; Mrs. Shirley
Johnson Demvan, Mrs. Eileen P.
Jones. Miss Beatrice Martin, Miss
Sally B. Mason, all of Beaufort.
Mrs. Alice Gerock, Mrs. Ruth
Hamilton, both of Atlantic, Miss
Charlotte F. Gulhrie, Mrs. Mamie
Taylor, both of Morehead City,
Mrs. Clayton Gulhrie, Mrs. Mabel
Guthrie,' both of Harkers Island.
Mrs. Beulah Hamilton. Stacy,
Miss Adelaide Norris, Pelletier,
Mrs. Eunice H. Willis, Mrs. Ruby
Willis, both of Williston.
Others are Mrs. W. S. Crawford,
Jr., Mrs. Louise Dees, Mrs. Farncy
N. Hoke, Mrs. M. L. McClemmon,
and Miss Roaslic Wynn, all of
Miss Eli.abclh Biddle Camp Le
jeune, Mrs. M. Connelly, Mrs.
Christine B. Wilson, both of Mid
way Park, Mrs. Eula B. Arthur,
Ernul, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bennett,
Mrs. Louise Hansen, Mrs. Audrey
Nelson, Mrs. Mary Nelson, all of
Mrs. Virginia Dunlap, Mrs. L. G.
Mathis, Miss Bessie Sledge, Miss
Sally Svkes. all of New Bern,
James Hawkins, Holly Ridge, Mrs.
Opal Jones, Miss Louise Mason,
Miss Audrey Stanley, all of Swans
boro, Miss Sarah L. McNulty, Char
lotte, Miss Virginia O'Berry, Mt.
Olive, and C. M. Ward, Hubert.
To Meet Thursday Night
W. C. Matthews, president of
the Carteret County Recreational
association, today announced that
a meeting of the directors of the
association will be held at 7:30
Thursday night at the recreational
This annual membership meet
ing, of which this is the first, is
for the purpose of electing trus
tees and transacting any other
business which may come before
the board, Mr. Matthews said.
Urges More Boys
To Play Ball'
The Beaufort city recreation pto
gram i- now more than a week old,
and Hill Kittrell, who is in charge
of Ihe urogram, is extending a call
for more hoys between the ages of
II and l.i to take part in the activi
ties. During the past week, Kiltl'ell
held baseball practice lor boys be
tween 12 and l.r 'and for vouni'r
fellows between 8 and 11. He also
.;ave tennis ins' ruction to lb boys
who turned up Saturday morning.
Kittrell considers Ihe first week
of the program a success. A total
ill 40 boys turned out during the
first six days, but he believes th it
many more should come out and
share in the advantages the pro
Kill t i l 1 pointed out that it is
open to all boys who attend the
Beaufort city schools and all who
are visiting here this summer, it
will not cost any of the boys a
All youngsters who want to sign
up for the program should con
tact Kittrell 10 a.m. any morning
this week at the Beaufort ball
Swimming will begin as soon as
the water is fit and as soon as
Kittrell can find a suitable place
to teach swimming. He saicl he
"wouK" appreciate SJ.' Jftomauon
tie could get bd thts score.
A girls' program will begin as
soon as an assistant can be provid
ed. Numerous girls have already
expressed their desire to take part,
and Kittrell is asking that a super
visor for the L'ii'ls be selected to
help him leach Ihe girls.
This is the schedule the boys will
follow for the rest of this week:
10 a.m. Softball game Ages 8
11 2 p.m. 4 p.m. Baseball
Ages 12 If).
4 p m. 5 p.m. Tennis
Ages 8 11
10 a.m. Baseball Ages 8-11
2 p.m. --- 5 p.m. Baseball game
at Marshallberg Ages 1215
10 a.m. Softball game Ages
2 p.m. - - 4 p.m. Baseball
4 p.m. 5 p.m. Tennis
Ages 8 11
10 a.m. -- Baseball Ages 8-11
2 p.m. 5 p.m. Baseball game in
To Close July 5
A spot check, by telephone, of
Ihe business firms in Morehead
City indicated that by far the ma
jority will declare a holiday Mon
day, Julv-5. Some time ago the
merchants agreed on several days
throughout the year that were to
be celebrated by closing the doors
of businesses. The Fourth of July
was one. This year, since the
Fourth fals on Sunday there has
been r lack of understanding as to
what would be done about it.
Generally speaking, the grocery
stores will remain open for busi
ness as will drug stores, filling,
stations and others Catering to the
crowd of visi . rs expected over the
week-end. Other retail establish
ments, with a very few exceptions,
indicated that they will be closed
for a long week-end.
Morehead City Garment com
pany has declared the week a vaca
tion period as is their custom twice
annually. One week near Christ
mas and another during the sum
mer season are set Aside for a .
complete shutdown at the shirt fac
tory. The laundries and dry clean
ing establishments expect to be
doing business as usual due to. the
particularly heavy load of ' work
that they are handling at present.
Aside from those mentioned
above and the wholesalers, Mon
day, July 5. will be a day of rest '
and relaxation for businesa people
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