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Burlington Times News (Newspaper) - September 7, 1953, Burlington, North Carolina Burlington n. A daily times news monday september 7, 1953 Page five training class in girl scouts opens tomorrow the first meeting of the Basic a raining course for local girl scout leaders will be held tomorrow morning at to o clock at the old presbyterian hut. A schedule of other meetings vill be determined at tomorrows Fri . Miss Bethany Routh scout director said the organization is interested in setting up a time schedule most convenient to the scout leaders. All leaders Are urged to attend tomorrow s meeting. Now Many Wear false Teeth with More Comfort waste Kwh a pleasant alkaline no acid i powder holds false Teeth More firmly. To eat and talk in More Comfort just Sprinkle a Little fas Teeth on your plates. No Gummy gooey pasty taste or feeling. Checks a plate odor Quot denture breath get fas Teeth at get in drug store. deaths and funerals. A oui v minor John l. Brammer John l. Brammer. 65, of 171 West Davis Street died in a local Hospital yesterday afternoon at 4 40 o clock following three months of failing health. Or. Brammer operated the Brammer service station on Highway 70 near the Correct time inn. A native of Springfield. Mo., he was the son of b. F Brammer and mrs. Nancy e. Epperly Brammer. He was the husband of mrs. Sarah a. Brammer who survives. Other survivors include three daughters. Mrs. Joe Cox mrs Bennett Amick and mrs. Samuel Harrod All of route i. Burlington four sons. Paul Brammer of leaks Ville and Lawrence Brammer George w. Brammer and j. Russell Brammer All of Elon College three Sisters. Mrs. Lucy Brammer of Lynchburg va., miss Pearl Brammer of Bluefield w. Va., and mrs. Thomas Gibbs of Seattle. Wash two Brothers Clarence Brammer of Wolf trap va., and now in our new location. Mitchell building 846 s. Main Over National Bank drive in j. D. Nubby Coleman insurance dial 6-3951 any time any where any kind people s insurance Agency Alva Brammer of Swedesboro n. The funeral will be held Ai the Brookwood Baptist Church tomorrow afternoon at 4 o clock. Rev. Elmer Cates pastor will officiate burial will be in Magnolia cemetery at Elon College. The body was taken to the Home this afternoon at 4 o clock. Glenn Hannah Haw River a the funeral for j. Glenn Hannah 48. Of Haw River who died on August 29, was held at the Rich and Thompson Chapel in Burlington at la o clock saturday morning with burial in Linwood cemetery Graham Rev. Daniel m. Sharpe pastor of the Haw River methodist Church officiated. Music was by the choir of Haw River methodist Church with a duet by miss Frances Martin and miss Cleora Cates and a Solo by miss Joyce Phillips i miss Mary Frances Williamson and ii g. Easley were organists. Pallbearers were John Briggs Robert Hunt Hurley Branch George Collie John Sacrinity Jinmie Farmer a. L. Marsh and George Hunt. Or. Of a null wrecks occur Dies Iii a. Over w weekend Mebane native Graham a Only Quot two or three Quot minor traffic accidents were reported in Alamance county during the labor Day weekend Highway patrol sgt. W. Carter reported today. He credited this record to both careful driving by motorists and the Chilly Rainy weather that kept Many Drivers at Home. No injuries and Only Perty damage resulted from collisions reported. Pro the Cpl. Canfield school graduate Munich Germany a Cpl. Paul e. Cranfield son of is. Pearl Cranfield Graham. N. C., recon try graduated from the seventh army a non come Mission Al officers Academy in Munich the course designed to provide qualified enlisted leaders included tactics weapons. Army organization and techniques of leadership Cranfield a member of the 91st anti aircraft artillery battalion s Battery entered the army in 1948 and received his Basic training at fort Bliss. Texas. He attended Burlington High school. Henry county. 111., which leads All other counties of the nation in hog production is known As the Quot hog capital Quot of the world. People make continued from Page 2 Craft company Here after he and a group of friends became interested in aviation when he rejoined Burlington Mills in 1948 he was sent to Cuba to supervise the installation of textile equipment and train mechanics ii is wife also worked some during the year they were there helping to train the natives in the use of the machines. When they returned to the United states they were sent to Medellin. Columbia in South America where or. Isley set up special equipment and trained the natives in its operation after about five months there they came Back to this country for several weeks and were then sent to Cuernavaca Mexico so or. Isley could make a Check on the mechanical equipment at a Plant there. When they returned from Mexico or. Isley requested that he be allowed to stay in the United states for awhile and was Given the position at the Wake finishing Plant. At the request of the company he is thinking of returning to Medellin during his vacation next month to give the equipment a final Check county Survey no. What the Beer Means to one of the Mony fortunate counties in North Carolina benefiting from Quot Legal control Quot Sale of malt beverages in 1952, Alamance county and cities received Over$60,000.00in Beer tax Revenue of this More than $60,000 Welcome Revenue Alamance county itself received $52,078.78 from the state plus $7,000 from county retail outlets for licenses for a total of nearly $40,000 reliable sources within the county state it would be necessary to increase t he current tax rate of $1.30 per Hundred by 4 cents in order to maintain the present county budget should this Beer tax Revenue be discontinued in other words this increase would be the equivalent of Over $3 million in increased property evaluation in Burlington in 1952, Burlington received $15,313.94 in Beer tax. It is estimated the City tax rate would have to be raised by 3 cents if this Revenue were taken away which with the county tax rate increase would mean a 7-cent total tax increase for citizens of Burlington this tax Money is placed in the City general fund from which a new 1000-gallon pumper tire engine was purchased in 1952, for $21,374.00�?an amount largely offset by tax received from a Legal Sale of Beer within the City during that year in Mebane Mebane gained $1,626.92 last year from a Legal Beer sales. This source of Revenue is equivalent to twice the amount spent for new traffic lights and signs in 1952�?plus enough to pay for the electricity to operate them in Graham Graham deposited a healthy $4,238 94 in their general fund last year from a a Legal control Quot Sale of Beer from this fund in 1952, they spent $4,935.00 to pay for expenses connected with their fire department an amount slightly More than the Revenue received from the Beer tax its easy to see How tax Revenue from thus source has benefited Alamance county and its cities. However Revenue is Only one of the Many advantages of this practical a Legal control system of handling the Sale of Beer. In counties using this system a Legal control has proven to be the Best method of insuring orderly Law abiding conditions for the Sale of this beverage of Temperance and moderation. Sir Walter hotel Raleigh a c or. Edgar v Farrell son of mrs. Ethel Nowlin Farrell and the late e. 5�?T. Farrell of Mebane and resident physician of Haddonfield n. J., died at a Hospital in Philadelphia. A thursday night after a Brief illness following a serious operation in he Spring. He was 49 years old. Or. Farrell was Horn and reared in Mebane graduated from the University of North Carolina studied Medicine in Philadelphia and did two Summers of intern work at Ramey Hospital. Burlington. He Quot As a heart specialist in private 1 practice. He survived a his w for the former Miriam Jones of Haddonfield one daughter. Sandra his Mother. Mrs. Farrell of Mebane and three brothels. Or. Harry Farrell. Surgeon in Philadelphia Hospital w v. Farrell of Greensboro and o. W Farrell of Anderson s. And two cousins. Misses Mary and Margaret Freeman of Burlington. The funeral will he held tomorrow afternoon at 2 30 o clock in the first presbyterian Church til Haddonfield of which he was an elder with interment in Haddonfield. Exchange Jill cancels meeting Graham a the regular weekly meeting of the Graham Exchange club tomorrow night has been cancelled. President Ike Thompson announced today. The cancellation is necessary because employees of Woody s dining room where the meetings Are held Are now taking their Elon Frosh lass begins arriving Elon College a the guard of Elon College students began arriving on the Campus today and tomorrow morning will see the arrival of the entire freshman class which begins tomorrow afternoon its program of Oneida Tion. No definite figures Are yet available on the student ,1 hut Advance applications indicated that the Elon registration will he close to that of last fall in numbers. The College faculty held the last of its two Day conference sessions today with meetings scheduled Tor both morning and afternoon in the office of president Leon e. Smith. The two daytime meetings will he followed by the annual faculty dinner in the College dining Hall at 7 of clock this evening and the dinner will be followed by the last of the pre school faculty meetings. Final plans for the registration of students Are being mapped at these meetings with the program getting underway with freshman placement tests in English and mathematics tomorrow afternoon followed by the freshman psychological test on wednesday. The freshman class will be registered for Scholastic courses on wednesday with returning upperclassmen scheduled to Register thursday. Regular class work gets i underway at 8 o clock Friday morning. Annual vacation the club presi Dent said. He reminded All Exchange club members of the family Outing to be held by the four civic clubs of Graham at the Bethel methodist Church on tuesday september 15. At 6 30 p. In. Knowland visits Formosa to i Peh. Formosa Ftp a. S. Senate majority Leader William f. Know land on a fact finding tour of the far East today visited a Jet training Center on this chinese nationalist Island. Stays close to Home it is Only logical that a Salmon return to the same Stream to spawn since it ordinarily Doe not stray far from the Mouth of the fresh water from which it emerged. A buy 1,000 get 5,000 for your Chub Jefferson Standard recently announced a new juvenile i state builder a sikh policy that automatically increases to $5 too when our child reaches 21. A and with no increase in Premium. Oil the wheels for his future. Start him right ,.with a Small investment that will yield big returns. Find out about this new estate plan for your child. Details Are yours. A a on request. V. Simpson and j. F. Rogers local representatives 510 Security Bank bldg. Dial 7426 Jefferson Standard life insurance company Home office a Greensboro n. 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