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A Merger o! THE BEAUTOBT NEWS (EslabUshed 1912) and THE TWIN CITY TIIIES (Established 1936)
S8th YEAR NO. 48.
MOREHEAD CITY, AND BEAUFORT, NORTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2!, 1948
PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAY!
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SAMPLE BALLOT
Official Ballot for STATE OFFICERS. U. S. SENATOR and CONGRESSMAN
INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTER
1. To vote a straight party ticket, make a cross (x) mark in thecircle of the party you deairc to vote for.
2. To vote a mixed ticket, or in other words for candidates of different parties, either omit making a cross E) mark In the party
circle at the top and mark in th voting square opposite the name of each candidate on the ballot for whom you wish to vote,
or, make a cross 0 mark in the party circle above the name of the party for some of whose candidates you wish to vote, and
then mark in the voting squares opposite the names of any candidate of any other party for whom you wish to vote.
S. If y6u tear or deface or wrongly mark this ballot, return it ana gn anotner.
DEMOCRATIC
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J. MELVILLE BROUGHTON JOHN A. WILKINSON
For Lulled guusa Senator (Regular Term).' For Uoernor:
J. MELVILLE BROUGHTON Q GEORGE M. PRITCHARD
For tjownor: " " for Llruteaftnt OovfrBor:
W. KERR SCOTT KYLE HAYES
For Urtwiuiit Uo termor: For Swrtur ol HLmln:
H. P. TAYLOR JAMES S. OOCKERY
For HecrcUry of But: l-or Bute Auditor lltrgulu- Term):
THAD EURE M. V. HICKMAN
For HtAte Auditor (fthort Term): For Stat. Treasurer:
HENRY L. BRIDGES BEN L. SPENCE
For Hutte Auditor Hegulr Tern): For Attorney tonerai:
HENRY L. BRIDGES HERBERT f. SEAWELL, JR.
Por State treuurvr; For Hupcrintcndcnt of Public luBUuctltm:
BRANDON P. HODGES BUFORD T. HENDERSON
For Attoraejr Generak: For I'om'r of Agriculture (ftefuiar Term) :
HARRY McMULLAN WATT H. GRAGG
' For Bufwiauindeat of I'ubUc aftrtriiclioa. I" or 'oniiiUHsiuniT of Iniuruu;; "
CLYDE A. ERWIN DEEMS H. CLIFTON
For Com'r of AcWcaltirre (Short Term): Fur Commissioner of .Labor;
D. S. COITRANE M. K. HARRILL
For Oom'r of Agriculture (Itegular Term) : For Aaaoclate fuatleo of Buprcme Court:
L. Y. BALLENTINE ROBERT H. McNEILL
' n '.""iT'TrV b,mm" For CongreMman
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fofau,JU, IENO O. RATCLIFP
FORREST H. SHUFORD '
ror Aaeoclau JuaUce of Hupreme Oaurt:
SAM J. ERVIN, JR.
For Judge Superior Court, lit Dlltrkt:
CHESTER ft. MORRIS
For Judge Superior Court, IS til IMatrkt:
F. DONALD PHILLIPS
F or Judge Superior Court, 80Ui DUlrlct ;
DAN K. MOORE
For CongreMman
Pint Cougreeetoual Dlatrlct
HERBERT C. BONNER
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FOB A STRAIGHT TICKET
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WILLIAM T. BROWN
MARY PRICE
For Ootwvor;
For Lieuteaaat OoTcimor: "
KENNETH HARRIS
For AUortMjr Gcaeral;
C. O. PEARSON
For Com'r of Agrirvltar 4 Regular Tons):
JOHN W. STUBBS
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This sample copy is typical of the North Carolina ballot to be used in the election of a U. S. sen
ator, congressmen and state officers November 2. The Progressive party has a place on the ticket, of
fering candidates for the senate, for governor, attorney general and commissioner of agriculture. This
ballot is for use only in the First Congressional district. Ballots for other congressional districts are
the same except for different candidates for congress in each particular district. (AP Photo).
, SAMPLE BALLOT
OFFICIAL PRESIDENTIAL BALLOT
Brilain Pats New Jet
On Public Exhilrilion 3
INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTER
1. To vote straight ticket, make a cross EJ mark In the circle of the party you desire to vote for.
2. A vote for the names of candidates for President and Vice-President is a vote for the Electors of that party, (he names of whom
are on file with the Secretary of State.
8. If you tear or deface or wrongly mark this ballot, return it and get another.
DEIIGCMTIC BEPOBUCAII PROGRESSIVE rjinOTO5
FOR A STRAIGHT TICKET FOR A STRAIGHT TICKET FOR A STRAIGHT TICKET FOR A STRAIGHT TICKET
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MARK WITHW THIS CIRCLE MARK WITHIN THIS CIRCLE MARK WITHIN THIS CIRCLE MARK WITHIN THIS CIRCLE
For President and Vice- For President and Vice- For President and Vice- For President and Vice
President of The United President of The United President of The United President of The United
States: States: States: State:
HARRY S. TRUMAN THOMAS E. DEWEY HENRY A. WALLACE J. STROM THURMOND
ALBEN W, BARKLEY EARL WARREN GLEN H. TAYLOR FIELDING WRIGHT
Electtoa November a, IMS.
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Chairman of RtaU Hoard of 9'rJrMoni.
sample ropy of North Carolina's official presidential I) allot fur usr in the ccncial election November 2. It lists President
Here's a
Truman as the Democratic nominee; Gov. E. Dewey, Republican; Henry A. Wallace,
Carolina as the States Rights Democratic candidate. (AP Photo).
Progressive, and Gov. J. Strom Thurmond of South
Lionel Barrymore Expected To Walk
Again Soon; Actor Loses 30 Pounds
By Gene Handsaker
HOLLYWOOD Lionel Barry
more, wheelchair-bound (or years,
expects to walk again in a matter
of months. He has dieted iiway
30 pounds in the last few months,
and this has enabled him to get
around on crutches as a sea cap
tain in "Down to the Sea in Ships."
A friend ol a friend of Lionel's
tells me that a doctor has rigged
the actor with an clastic belt to
reinforce his right hip, injured
long ago. And the doctor thinks
Lionel can walk without crutches
as soon as he loses more weight.
But Lionel insists the hottest news
about him is: "Contrary to expec
attions, I'm still around."
Richard Widmark has been in
vited to speak in chapel and to
address drama classes of Lake Fo
rest, III. College, where he once
was a dramatics professor, lie
hopes to be able to accept in late
November. What word of advice
would he have for the undcrgrads?
Sourly: "I have no word of advice.
I've been lucky, that's all."
Kansas City's Betty Lynn, 21 mid
red-haired, is being told she's the
screen's new Janet Uaynor. But
she says she has mingled feelings
of inferiority and respect working
with stars like Bette Davis in
"June Bride' and Lorctta Young
in "Mother is a Freshman." Betty
siiys humbly: "I need to learn so
much about technique, angles, and
camera." That's the spirit, honey.
On the "Hough Sketch" set, John
Garfield and cronies were up to
one of their little tricks. Producer
Sam Spiegel bustled in, summon
the director needed him in a
cd from his office by word that
hurry. He tapped on Director
John Huston's portable office, then
pushed the door open. Huston was
nowhere around, but in his chair
sat a plaster skeleton, its bony
arm raising a lighted cigar to and
from the grinning mouth. Smoke
puffs blew out through the teeth.
LANGLEY, Eng. (AP) Bri
tain has put Its newest jet fighter
plane said to be capable of fly
ing faster and further than any
comparable jet aircraft through
its first public exhibition. The
plane, built for the navy by the
Hawker Aircraft Co., has been
flown at over ,600 miles an hour.
The government has not disclosed
details of its speed or range.
Designed primarily as a carrier'
borne fighter, the ship has folding
wings. Its most revolutionary fea
ture is that two air intakes for its
single Rolls Royee engine are sit
uated at the wing roots, a patent
arrangement enabling the exhaust
to be discharged from two posi
tions in the trailing edge instead
of from one central exhaust at the
tail end of the fuselage. The dc
vice allows more room for built-in
fuel tanks, thus providing grcaler
range.
The average yearly rainfall in
the United States equals 1300 cu
bic miles and weighs an approxi
mate total of six trillion tons.
Prop and special-effects men at
play.
Around here, searchlights in the
night sky may mean a meat-market
opening. When a Vine Street bank
was premiered the other day, Lcs
sic, one of the participating stars,
deposited a bone. And when a
redecorated Beverly Hills drug
store celebrated its opening a few
nights ago, Ann Blyth, Lon Mo
Calli.ster, and Jeanne Cagney join
ed in the festivities amid the as
pirins and talcum powder. Ah,
Hollywood! . . .
FLASH'
On Tuesday, November 2, at 8 p.m. (E.S.T.) we bring you
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Tune in your local NBC station for most complete coverage with such nationally
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agree that Chevrolet fives a much
moother. teadier, uier ride than
ether cart in itt field. That reuon it that
Chevrolet alone hu the original Unitized
Knee-Action Ride, backed by more
than 14 yeari' txptritnft in building
Knee-Action units. This feature it found
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You will enjoy much finer perjormmct tilth
tconomy in Chevrolet. Iti world'i cham
pion Valve-in-liead Thiift-Maiter engine
holds all records for miles served, owners
satisfied, ind years tested and proved.
And Valve-in-Head engine-design, like so
many other Big-Car quality features, is
an advantage that is found only in
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You and your family will ride in Msty.
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power of Positive-Action Hydraulic Brakes
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