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A Merger oi THE BEAUFOBT HEWS (Established IS.) and THE TWIN CITY TIMES (Eslabluhed 1936)
38th YEAR NO. 58.
NCTI Slndents Elect Governing Council
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Shown here are the officers of the Student Council at the Morehcad City Technical institute, a
branch of North Carolina State college. Left to r ght: Harold Ketterer of Reading, Pa., president;
Robert Crutchfield of Reldsville, vice-president; and Charles Dunman of Greensboro, secretary treas
urer. (Photo by Craig Nealj
Morehead Merchants Stage Dollar Day
REA Members
Re-Elect 1948
1 Board of Directors
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lA iHtp VOlcti increase IQ
Debt Limit io $5 Million
Al Meeting
; The nine members of the Carteret-Craven
Electric Membership
corporation board of directors who
served during the past year were
re-elected at the annual meeting
Wednesday afternoon in the re
i creation center, Shepard street,
Morehead City, and members of
the corporation voted to raise the
debt limit from one to five mil
lion dollars.
The directors are L. W. Pelletier,
Stella, Gordon K. Laughton, Crab
Point, G. W. Ball, Newport route
2, John S. Joones, Swansboro, G.
B. Whitehurst, Straits, Eugene
Tingle, Merrimon, Headen Willis,
I Salter Path, Clarence Millis, New
l , port, and Earl C. Day, Lola.
In annual reports officials stated
that there are now 1,380 custom
ers serviced from 276 miles of line,
an increase from 1,106 customers
last year on 186 miles of line.
A new substation, adjacent to
the present one at Newport is be
ing built in order to provide bet
ter and more adequate service,
they stated.
Three officials of the Rural Elcc
trification administration, Wash
, ingtcn. D. C, attended the meet
" ing. They were Earl C. Patterson,
Randolph Williams, and G. Leslie
Rucker. Mr. Rucker made a short
address. . '
In the absence of Mr. Pelletier,
who is in Calif ornia, G. W. Ball,
secretary-treasurer, presided. He
gave the fiscal report for the year
ending Oct 31, 1948. Miss Dorothy
UlUUCI IO, ogling luauatvi i
gave a report.
Georoge R. Ball, attorney, ex
plained to the group the legal ar
pects in the debt limit question.
i Ten REA members were award
ed electrical appliances presented
by electrical appliance dealers of
Beaufort nd Morehead City.
These prize-winners were Gereald
4 - "Whitehurst and G. B. Whitehurst,
traits, Mrs. W. F. Sholar, R. L.
Martin, Jr., R. R. Bull, all of Have-
, lock,, W. H, Hardesty, Newport
route 2, Mrs. G; C. Pollard, New
port route 1Mrs. J. R. Ball, North
Harlowe, Mrs. Clyde Tayloro, Har-
1 lowe, and Mrs. J.. B. Rice, Crab
Point '
Approximately 100 members at
I tended the meeting, witnessed de
, monstrations and . saw ' electrical
" appliances displayed by the coun-
r ty's leading dealers. - , .
. Elks Lodzo io' Csaor :
Departed Heaters Sunday
. Elks of Morehead Clty-Beauforl
ti lodge No. 1710 will hold a service
in memory of departed member.
; at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon a'
the lodge rooms.' -
L. D. Gore, exalted ruler, has re
quested that all Elks attend.. '
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For the first time in the history
of Morehead City retail trade,
merchants arc cooperating in a
Dollar Day sale. '
This event will take place all day
tomorrow, from 0 o'clock in the
morning until 7 o'clock in the eve
ning, closing time.
Dollar Day is one of the big
events in - the Chamber of Com
merce's Christmas trade promotion
campaign. For each dollar's worth
of merchandise purchased a ticket
fiu.-Be giyon wt Buyer, i nese no-
pfto-wtw entitle certain consumers
to partseipirte in a quiz program at
1:30 1 tomorrow . afternoon at the
municipal building and the win
ners will be awarded $200 in cash.
Prizes will be given away each
Saturday until Christmas with a
total of $400 to be given to Christ
mas " shoppers the day before
Merchants cooperating in the
Dollar Day sale are the following:
Early - Jewelers," Morehead City
Floral company, Huntley-Prest
company, p., B. Webb Clothing
store, Hardware and Building1 Sup
ply, Dee Gee's Shop, Betty Jay
shop, Hill's Clothing store.
Weldon Jewelers, Walter Morris,
Jeweler, Clyde Jones Gas and Ap
pliance company, Blancbard's Elec
tric service, The Dress Shop, Leo
nard's, Jenkins Furniture ompany,
Stroud's Food center, Leary's
Mens store, Cherry's Market.
Sound Appliance company, Wil
lis Sinclair Service station, R. T
Willis & Sons, Garner's Gulf sta
tion, Reams market, G & W Child
ren's shop, Fran-Kay studio, More
head City Drug store, Matthis. Ra
dio shop, Chadwick's Dry cleaning
B it H Grocery, Wainwrtght Tire
company, V-C Buyer's service, Fred
Phillips It Sons, Freeman Broth
era, R & N Furniture company,
Carteret Motors, Dixie Dairy, Boot
shop, S & .W drug store, -Irene's
Gift Box.
K. Guthrie 'grocery, Fresh Fruit
and Produce company, L. Guth
rie's grocery, and W. F. Fodrle
' Morehead City Jaycees at their
meeting Monday night at the rec
reation center decided to sponsor
two scrap paper drives, one before
Christmas and one soon after.
The dates will be announced by
Kenneth AVagner, chairman of the
scrap paper drive committee. .
Robert (Bobbie) Bell', chairman
of the Christmas activity commit
tee, reported that the toy collec
tion netted a large number and va
riety of toys which will be repair
ed by the Jaycees and distributed
to children for Christmas. r
Serving with him on the Christ
mas activities committer are War
ren Styron, Bobby Styron, Charles
Stanley, Jr, Hubert Hepler ' and
Clarence Stamper.
, This committee will have charge,
also, of prizes for the best outdoor
Christmas home decorations.;
Mrs. B. F. Royal spoke to the
group on promotion of the sale
of memberships in the North Caro
lina Symphony orchestra society.'
"Morehead City has grown phy-
sically," she said, ."now it must
grow culturally.". - - - '
, The board of directors met. fol
lowing the regular session. -' ,
JCs To Spsor
Scrap Paper Drive
Inspector Changes
Town Mail Routes
Beaufort Postoffice Begins
.Delivery , ol COD Pack
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A recent visit to the Beaufort
postoffice by a government inspec
tor, as requested by Wiley Taylor,
ar., post master, resulted in a
change in letteicarrier routes in
Beaufort and the initiation of de
livery of COD packages.
Some of - the homes that were
formerly on the route covered bv
mail-carrier W. D. Skarrcn were
placed on Dan M. Darling's route.
The inspector recommended that
there be more street help and auxi
liary help in the office. In addi
tion to Mr. Skarren and Mr. Darl
ing, mail is also carried in town
by Nelson Lewis.
To handle the increase in mail
during December Mr. Taylor said
that an extra clerk will h sHHpH
within the next few days. He also
stated that unless Christmas pack
ages for overseas are in the post
office by the end of this week,
tney will not reach their destina
tion by Christmas. '
Because of the increase in
freight and express rates, Mr. Tay
lor reported that businessmen have
started to order merchandise by
parcel post and at present an ave
rage of 225 packages per day are
handled at the postoffice.
Since delivery of COD packages
has begun, Mr. Taylor has request
ed that persons expecting a pack
age have the money ready when
the carrier comes. The packages
will be taken to the address once.
If the person is not home or the
money is not paid him then the
package will not be taken back the
second time.
Heretofore, only prepaid pack
ages were delivered and these only
to persons who didn't have post
office boxes.
"I'm glad this has been chang
ed," commented Mr. Taylor, "be
cause the old method seemed to
penalize those who rented a box."
He also requested that Christ
mas cards be gotten in the mail
early. "We have the most trouble
with people who at the last min
ute remember someone to whom
they should have sent a card or
lse they receive, a card from a
oerson to whom they didn't send
-nc, and oh Christmas Eve, cards
'till come flooding in. We can't
get those out by Christmas day."
Tide Table
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Friday, Dec. S
9 52 AM S:32 AM
10:11 PM 4:26 PM
, Saturday, Dec. 4
10:34 AM 4:18 AM
10:57 PM 5:10 PM
Sunday, Dec. 5
11:17 AM 5:04 AM
11:46 PM . 3:55 PM
' Monday, Dec. 0
12:00 AM - - 5:54 AM
12:02 PM , a 6:41 PM
Tuesday, Dec; 1
12:35 AM -6:48 AM
12:45 PM 7:26 PM
Carteret county's boxcar of food
to be shipped overseas is scheduled
to leave Beaufort Monday, Dec. 13.
It must be packed and ready to go
Sunday, Dec. 12.
The week's intensive campaign
to collect food will begin Sunday,
the day after tomorrow, when
youngsters will take a can of food
to Sunday School and their par
ents will also make a good contri
tion at the 11 o'clock church
Each minister throughout the
county has been requested to
direct the drive in his community
and act as co-chairman with the
Farm Bureau officer in his locali
ty. Where there is no Farm Bureau
official the minister will cooperate
with, the president of the Home
Demonstration club.
Head of the Christian Rural
Overseas Program is B. J. May,
Beaufort. Secretary is the Rev. W.
D. Caviness, Morehead City, and
treasurer is the Rev. L. A. Tiiley,
Morehead City.
"We must gel uils fool collect
ed in a hurry," commented Mr.
May yesterday. "On Wednesday,
Dec. 8, school children throughout
the county will be requested by
their principal and teachers to
bring one of the items on the list
below to school with them. This
food will then be picked up by
trucks which will take it to the
warehouse where it will be packed
in the box car."
S. M. Jones, New Bern, has
made his warehouse on the Len
noxville road available for storing
the food. The box car will be on
the siding next to the warehouse.
Owners of trucks in Beaufort
and Mouchead City are requested
to contact Mr. May, B4006 Or Mr.
Caviness M4871, if they can offer
their truck for an hour or two of
service next week.
Barrels in which food can be
placed to go in the box car will be
put irt food stores in Beaufort andJ,
Mdrehead City, and housewivmv, J?.600, exclusive of doctor's fees,
tney m their dally or weekly shop,
ping, are requested to put an item
or several items of food in the
Perishable items will be accept
ed but they will be sold and the
money used to pay cost of ship
ping. Chairmen in the various com
munities, who will cooperate with
the ministers, are the following: J.
R. Ball, Harlowe, Oscar Salter, Bet
tie, H. D. Carraway, Beaufort RFD,
D. W. Truckncr, Pelletier, Thomas
B. Oglesby, Crab Point, Roy T.
Garner, Newport, and Albert
Walker, president of the Newport
Junior Chamber of Commerce,
Neal Campen, route 101, Guion
Lewis, Otway.
Pelham Jones, president of the
Marshallberg Junior Chamber of
Commerce, Wiliard Willis, presi
dent of the Harkers Island Junior
Chamber of Commerce, Mrs. Lee
Daniels, president of the Atlantic
Home Demonstration club, Mrs.
Pauline Wade, Williston, and Mrs.
Fannie Wallace, Merrimon.
If the persons listed here are not
contacted by their respective pas
tors by tomorrow, Mr. May re
See CROP Page 6
Little Drama
Phone User in
Negotiations Ro-Oponed
On Evans Stroe! Paving
Mayor George W. Dill, More
head City, announced today that
Z. A. Sneeden's Sons Contrac
tors, Wilmington, have re-opened
negotiations en the paving of
Evans street, offering to do the
job it a cost which will probably
be lower than in their original
bid. Their bid, opened Nov. 18,
was the lower one of the two
bids submitted then.
. The commissioners conferred
on the Snecden offer Wednes
day afternoon and it is expected
that the agreement will be made
final this weekend. If so, work
on tbe pa vin of Evans street
will begin Monday.
November's Rainy Days.
Oninnmber Sonny Ones
Rainy days outnumbered sunny
ones in November, 19 to 11." A to
tal of 7.92 inches fell during those
19 days, an average of .26 inch
per day, according to E. Stamey
Davis, official weather observer. .
The average maximum tempera
ture for the month was 69 12
degrees and the average minimum
temperature 52 12 degrees. The
highest temperature during the
daytime was 83 and the lowest 52.
The highest minimum at night
was 67 and the lowest minimum
at night was 43 degrees which was
registered Tuesday night. . .
Alphonso H. James to Serve As
Chairman of March of Dimes
A. II. James, of Morehead City,
Carteret county's clerk of superior
court, hrs been appointed chair
man of the county's 1949 March of
Carteret county's quota this year
will be double that of last year's,
which" was $3,600. The increase
has been necessary because of the
large number of cases here during
the past summer. Money had to
be borrowed from the National
Foundation to enre for the pa
tients, Mis. Pauline Dickinson, of
Beaufort. 1948 chairman, reported
this week.
Twelve infantile paralysis vic
tims in this county were hospital
ized. Two are still in the hospital
A. II. James
at Wilmington. The hospital bill
of a "child recently returnad was
Mrs.' Dickinson revealed.
During the epidemie in this
state this past summer the Nation
al Foundstion recruited 54 physic
al therapists and 500 nurses for
emergency duty and provided the
following 'equipment: 26 respira
tors, 80 hot pack machines, 2,488
pounds of hot pack material, 475
bedside tables, 14 refrigerators,
141 tables, 390 chairs, 64b" beds,
cribs, and sterilizers, chart desks,
suction machines, oxygen equip
ment, electric fans, and blankets. ,
The cost to national headquar
ters, in addition to the money
spent by North Carolina Infantile
Paralysis chapters, exceeded one
million dollars.
The 1949 March of Dimes will
be the most crucial ever since the
fight against polio was begun on
a national scale, Mr. James com
ments, because 1948's epidemics
made serious inroads on local
chapter funds as well as the emer
gency fund of national headquar
Within the next several weeks
Mr. James will appoint March of
Dimes chairmen in communities
throughout the county.
in the Life of A
Carteret County
Time: 11 a.m. Thursday morn
ing, Dec. 2.
Place: Chamber of Commerce
office, Beaufort, NEWS-TIMES of
fice, Morehead City, City Grocery,
Beaufort. 1
Scene: Phone conversation be
tween Dan L. Walker, chamber
manager, and reporter.
Phone: Clickety, click, click,
clickety, click.
Dan to Reporter: Is that you or
termites on this wire?
Reporter: It's not me!
Leslie Moore (City Grocery):
When you pick up this phone
you're just as likely to get Hong
Kong, China, as grumble, grumble,
grumble, this is Leslie Moore at
City Grocery, BY THE WAY, who
is this, is this you Dan?
Dan: Yeh, I've talked to that
phone company and it doesn't do
any good. What's your number?
Leslie: 4741. I ve cussed cm
out about this until I'm blue in the
Dan (laughing): On you it looks
good, .
Leslie! Ye ah! Well give 'em
, Dan. '
Dan: OK.
Reporter: Now who's on this
wire and who isn't?
Dan: We are, honey, now as I
was saying . . .
(Footnote: The telephone com
pany reported late yesterday after
noon that there was trouble on the
"400 line" and that it was being
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Santa to Arrive inBeaufortWednesday
Beaufort Car,
Stolen Sunday.
Found By Police
Toolbox Wilh$50 Worth of
Tools Stolen; Battery
The 1938 Chevrolet seda i belong
ing to John Butler, Beaufort, which
was stolen early Sunday morning
was recovered by slate police Sun
day night, abandoned on a dirt
road seven miles from Wilming
ton. A tool box, containing $50 worth
of tools was stolen from the car
and the battery was dead. Other
wise it was in good condition. In
the back of the car was found an
old fur coat which evidently was
the property of the thieves.
Mr. Butler discovered that his
car had been stolen Sunday morn
ing at 8:30 when he left his apart
ment at the Inlet Inn and went to
the parking lot at the rear of the
Although he thought he had
locked the car the night before,
he evidently hadn't, Mrs. Butler
related. The thieves shorted it to
get it started. Another resident at
the inn said that he thought he
heard a car start at about 3 a.m.
but didn't imagine it was being
driven away by anyone other than
the owner.
Mr. Butler went to Wilmington
Monday afternoon and brought his
car home. State police told him he
was extremely lucky to get it back.
Two other stolen cars had been re
covered in that area within the
past few days, they said, one was
stripped of all usable parts and
the other whs burned.
Cases Settled
By 11:15 Tuesday
One "of the shortest recorder's
court sessions in many a week took
place Tuesday morning in the
court house at Beaufort. The last
case was settled at 11:15 a.m.
Charles Jones pleaded guilty to
public drunkenness and leaving a
motor vehicle unattended on the
highway without lights. He was
ordered to pay $10 and costs.
Romeo and Annie Crooms each
pleaded guilty to public drunken
ness. Judgment was suspended up
on payment of costs. For driving
45 miles per hour on a bridge
where the speed limit is 20 miles
per hour William Enoch Pcttie
way paid costs of court. He plead
ed guilty to the charge.
Bryant B. Worthington pleaded
guilty to speeding at 70 miles per
hour. Judgment was suspended up
on payment of costs. Jefferson O.
Weeks also pleaded guilty to a
speeding charge of 65-70 miles per
hour and-was ordered to pay costs.
Cases continued were the follow
ing: Dover P. Lawrence, Willis
Pickett, Saul Jones, Clyde Gaskins,
Leslie D. Norris, Washington Gray
Dudley, Victor Gaskill, James Ed
wards, James Moore, Theodore J.
Kircher, and Llewellyn Kenner.
There will be no recorder's court
session Tuesday of next week be
cause of the superior court term
in which civil cases will be tried.
Firo Damages HP Hut
On Bin Sired, Morehead
The U. S. Marine corps military
police hut on S. 8th street, next
to the Morehead City police de
partment office, was slightly da
maged by fire at 9:30 Monday
night when the oil . stove over
heated. The hut was torn down and
replaced Wednesday.
The MPs had just left their
office and had gone to the corner
when they smelled smoke, Mack
Edwards, fire truck driver report
ed. The alarm was turned in at
box 14.
Firemen put the flames out in
about 20 minutes, using water
from the booster tank. None of the
police records or nearby buildings
were damaged. '
Santa Claus is coming to Beau
fort! In a gala parade Wednesday
afternoon at 4 o'clock, after
coming ashore from a boat at the
postoffice dock, he will ride in a
fire truck down Front street to the
center of town.
There, to the first 1,500 youngs
ters who present him with a letter
telling him what they want for
Christmas, he will give a gilt.
Santa Claus will make the spe
cial Beaufort visit, coming down
from the North Pole, just to see
nil the boys of Beaufort, Morehead
City, and the whole county!
Accompanying him in the parade
will be the Beaufort High school
band, Frank King, leader, Girl
Scouts, Hoy Scouts, and the Queen
Street high school band under the
leadership of Abe Thurman.
The bands will appear with the
special permission of T. G. Lcary,
principal of Beaufort school, and
Randolph Johnson, principal of the
Queen Street school.
In charge of the Girl Scouts will
be Mrs. Robert Safrit, Jr., and in
charge of the Boy Scouts will be
Charles Hassell.
Fire Chief Dulton Eubanks has
made it possible for Santa Claus
to use the shiny red fire truck.
Should it rain, John Haynes,
chairman of the Beaufort Chamber
of Commerce Merchants commit
tee, said that Santa Claus will be
asked to postpone his visit until
4 o'clock Thursday afternoon.
At inn Dec 21
Beaufort Rotarians will enter
tain their Rotary-Anns Tuesday
night, Dec. 21, at a Christmas par
ty at the Inlet Inn.
President B. J. May requested
that club members offer their as
sistance to the Rev. William Mar
tin in the Christian Rural Overseas
program. Mr. Martin heads the
food collection drive In Beaufort.
Presented by Mr. May too R. M.
Williams was a Rotary past presi
dent's pin. Mr. Williams served as
head of the Beaufort group last
Dr. W. L. Woodard, chairman
of the Beaufort Planning board,
told the group the purposes of the
group which he heads and asked
them for suggestions which the
planning board could present to
the town board.
Dr. Woodard stated that thus
tar there have been SUCCestlons to
make improvements which would
result in a lowered fire insurance
rate, improve the appearance of
the waterfront, and make a boat
basin to the north of Beaufort.
The speaker suggested that an
expert on town finance from the
League of Municipalities be re
See ROTARY Page 6
To Attend F
JCs Concentrate on 'Capers;9
Nurses Guarantee Laugh Hit
County Lacks $1.75
b Symphony Drive
Carteret county has not yet
reached its quoU in the North
Carotins Symphony drive, Mrs.
B. F. Royal, chairman, reported
yesterday. One hundred seventy
five dollars is lacking.
Morehead City has not yet met
its alloted amount and Beaufort
has fallen slightly short of its
Although there is the possibi
lity that this amount will be paid
In admissions at the door when
the conceit is given here, . .
we can't depend on that," Mrs.
Royal declared.
Persons who wish to hear the
symphony, which has gained
nation-wide acclaim during the
past few years, should get their
membership tickets now from
Mrs. C. R. Wheatly, Beaufort, or
Mrs, B. V. Royal, Morehead City.
Toy Collections 'Fine.
Beaufort firemen reported that
secondhand toy collections were
coming along "fine." Repairs will
begin this week.
Farmers Elect
In PMA Program
County Convention Will Be
Held at 7 O'Clock Tonight
In PMA Office
County farmers yesterday elect
ed community committeemen as
required under the Agriculture
Adjustment Administration law
and also chose delegates to the
county Production Marketing ad
ministration convention at 7 o'
clock tonight in the PMA offices
t the postoffice in Beaufort.
Community committeemen in
the various communities are as
follows: While Oak township Ice
land II. Morrij, chairman; Her
man Taylor, vice-chairman; Julian
I'. Weeks, regular member; Lee
Sawrey, first alternate; Marion
Weeks, second alternate; delegate
'.o the convention Herman Taylor,
alternate, Elmo Smith.
Morehead City township Rob
ert Laughton, chairman; Thomas
Oglesby, vice-chairman; Addison
McCabe, regular member; Bernlce
Mann, first alternate, James G.
Murdoch, second alternate; dele-.
gale to the county convention,
Col ert E. lauRhtoii, and al'ernate,
Fred L. Bell. " '
Newport township CCC".H.
Pringle, chairman, J. B. Keliey,
vice-chairman; Y. Z. Simmons,
regular member. Artis Garner,
first alternate; Carl Garner, sec
ond alternate; delegate Lonnie W.
Howard; alternate delegate, Er
nest W. Quinn.
Beaufort-Harlowc community
Gus Lancaster, chairman; Manley
M. Eubanks, vice-chairman; Her
man Merrill, regular member; Wil
liam J. Hardesty, first alternate;
Nick Culpepper, second alternate;
delegate, Delance Willis; alternate,
W. J. Hardesty.
East Merrimon community Os
car Salter, chairman; Doll Lews,
vice-chairman; Brondell Gillikip,
regular member; Mrs. Mildred
Lawrence, first alternate; Curtis
Pake, second alternate; delegate,
Hugh Pake, and G. T. Spivey, al
ternate. B. J. May, Production Market
ing administrator, said that 40 per
cent of the farmers eligible to vote
turned out for the election, a
splendid showing, he commented..
The county committee will be
elected at the convention tonight.
This committee will administer the
PMA program in the county for
the coming year. , J
Present county committeemen
arc Sam Edwards, chairman, Ro
land Salter, vice-chairman; and D.
W. Truckner, regular member. Al
ternates are Herman K. Norris
and L. A. Garner.
Morehead City Jaycees rehears
ed Tuesday and Wednesday nights
for "Hollywood Capers," the all
male-cast musical show guaranteed
by the Carteret Registered Nurses'
club, producers, to rock the town
with laughter. r
Morehead City school auditorium
at 8 o'clock Friday night, Dec. 10,
will look like the Milky Way .there
will be so many stars on the stage,
Actors and "Actresses" vying
for "Oscars" in this extravaganza
are listed below: s
Rockettes: George Adams, Ge
rald Phillips, Charles Willis, Quln
cy Stimson, Cecil Adams, Colie
Hepler, Sam Guthrie, James Webb,
Lee Parker, Bill Jenkins. "r;.,
Red Skelton, Ethan Davis; Wil
liam Powell, Mac Collins; Al Jol
wi James Willis; Cary Grant, -Ben
Alford; Ray Milland, Bill Flowers;
Tyrone Power, Paul Branch. . 1 a .
Fred Astalre, Walter Morris;
Mickey Rooney, Joslah Bailey; Van
Johnson, J. G. Murdoch; Gary Coo
per, Kenneth Wagner, Clark Gable,
D. J. Hall; Henri, Floyd Chadwick;
Pierre Charles Stanley, master of
ceremonies. Mayor G." W. (Pat)
Dill. -V.-: . .-...'- f
Kate Smith, Bobbie Bell; Jane
Russell, Jack Stallings; Maureen
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