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Daily Record (Newspaper) - September 07, 1953, Dunn, North CarolinaBulletins continued Row Dace one Ting on fellow prisoners in Korea claims he told the reds nothing they did not already know. Slick returned to the United states sunday aboard a plane carrying 13 other former prisoners six of them litter patients one of the passengers said Slick had very Little to say on the flight. Somerset a. If a Man and his wife on a sunday stroll 1 through a Field found the bodies of two air plane com Pany executives beside the wreckage of their plane which crashed in a boy scout Camp area. Authorities said the victims Charles Stegura 30, owner of the Steuben air Craft co., Bogota n. J. And Peter Bennett 32, Long Island City n. Y., a american airways purchasing agent apparently had been dead since Friday. Mun san Korea in both sides in the completed prisoner Exchange believed today that some of their men were being held captive against their will. Authoritative United nations sources said they have documentary Evi Dence proving the communists Are holding Back Allied prisoners possibly hundreds. These sources said they saw Little Hope of Ever get Ting Back any of these prisoners. London in ninety United states b-47 bombers have completed the biggest mass Jet flight across the at lactic in history. Forty five of the planes flew from Mac Dill air base Florida to Fairford air base in England and 45 which had been at Fairford flew to Macdill. Kinston n. C. In 1 an outbreak of disease at first believed to be polio closed Down Harvey elementary school Here today after More than 150 children became ill with what doctors hater said appears to be food Poison ing. No deaths have been reported but several children were hospitalized. Niagara Falls ont. In Leslie Saunders 38 year old Interior decorator from new York apparently wont attempt to go Over Nigara Falls in a barrel today As he had planned. At least he wont try it in that barrel he brought Here for that purpose. The empty barrel l was badly battered sunday when Sanders sent it aver the 162 foot horse shoe Falls on a dry run. Moscow if Chancellor Konrad Adenauer is Victory in the West German election makes the Chance of big four agreement on Germany even More Remote and May mean there will be no four Power conference on a peace treaty foreign observers said today. Because of Adenauer is Victory the soviet government May now put into effect its recent agreement to help strengthen the East German government it was believed. Mun san Korea tuesday in the United nations command starts concentrating anti communist chinese and North korean War prisoners in the Neutral zone at Panmunjom today. The u. N. Announced that 14,710 Chi Nese and 7,918 North koreans who refuse repatriation will be shipped to the Neutral zone. The movement is to be completed by sept. 18. Inchon Sorea in a pair Force colonel repudiated " today his confessions nations waged germ warfare in Korea and said he was tortured into making the statements. Col. Frank Schwable 2620 fort Scott drive Arlington va., branded the communist germ warfare propaganda Campaign As fantastic lies based on false stat. Mints forced from helpless prisoners of War. Washington in u. S. Officials today hailed the landslide Victory of West German Chancellor Konra Adenauer is pro american coalition As a crushing blow to soviet prestige in Europe. Court Hoiu aued tiap Pace one of assault with a deadly weapon. Five divorce cases i scheduled for trial on the first j Day Are five divorce cases. Those seeking a divorce Are Dorothy l. Stanch from Harold w. Stancil Emma Spivey Mcgee from Hurley Richarch Mcgee. George c. Lang j Ston from Flora w. Langston Ca Therine Mcl. Mcdowell from Bel i ton James Mcdowell and i. G. Jackson from Ethel Jackson. Sixteen cases Are scheduled to go before the grand jury tuesday morning. Police report continued from Page one drunkenness Behonest Mcnair Dunn route 4. Running through a Stop sign Eugene Elliot e. Cooke Street Public drunkenness Buzil Williams Dunn route 3, Publick drunkenness Roscoe Wood All. N. Clinton drunkenness Ray mond Earl Wood 301 n. Wilson failure to Stop at a Stop sign Willie c. Strickland 701 e. Pope assault Etta Thompson. Dunn route 5, Public drunkenness and James Mcneill. Dunn route 1, Public drunkenness. Cooley continued from Page one reunion always draws a Large Jit Tendance and supplies plenty of i food vice president p. A. Lee of Dunn said today. On the program during the afternoon was special singing of groups and a Solo by mrs. Whit Field Lee of Wilson. Leeds and Johnsons came from As far away As Alabama and Washington vice president Lee said this morning. The congressman was joined in Smithfield and accompanied to the reunion by h. V. Rose and Everett Stevens. Besides the ideals of Goodwill and Fellowship the Lee Johnson families have met for the Sake of promoting a closer relation and under standing among the branches of the two families and to promote and stress the importance of Good schools and agriculture As a foundation for the betterment of their own Kin and that of the Community at Large. Nature selects the Early fall to do her it planting. Use this Good season to build Refl a new Lawn or make the old one better tvs turf builder every Lawn needs a generous All feeding to help offset the ravages of summer. Feed 2500 soft $1.95 11,000 to it $5.45 Jap by a Scotti. Lawn seed extra Good sea o. Spec Fai Ujj for fall planting because seed is All makes serviceable Lawn perennial 99.91% wee free. Full in Sun or Shade with & Sun or moderate Shade. Ordinary care. Lib -$1.05 5 lbs $0.95 lib $1.35 5 lbs $6.65 Dunn s Complete seed store Parker seed & co. Seeds plants bulbs 468 e. Broad st. Dial 3009 Dunn n. C. Services for Accident victim held saturday Jasper c. Hudson 45. Of Benson who was killed in an automobile Accident thursday afternoon were held saturday afternoon at 3 Oclock from the Tabernacle free will Baptist Church in Benson j officiating was the Rev. J. D. Capps pastor of the Church. Burial followed in the Roselawn cemetery. Are his wife mrs. Emma Hudson six daughters mrs. Jasper Raynor mrs. Larry Raynor Jackie Ellie Lou and Peggie Hudson All of Benson and mrs. Delma Fowler of Dunn. Route 3. Two Brothers. John b. Hudson of Benson and Herbert Hudson of Bunnlevel five Sisters. Mrs. Lonnie t. Ryals of Benson. Route 2, mrs. James Beasley of Benson mrs. Leamon Mclamb of Benson route 2, and mrs. Otis Black of Benson and four grandchildren. Services Friday for or. Mason Duncan Kenneth Mason. 69. Of Olivia died wednesday night at 7 30 at the Home. Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at Spring Hill methodist Church conducted by the Rev. T. E. Nelson pastor of Olivia presbyterian Church. Burial was in the Church cemetery. Or Mason was a native j of Harnett county the son of the late Joseph and Sarah Katherine Porter Mason. Surviving Are his wife the former Annie Jane Taylor three sons Willie Mason of Olivia. Jesse Mason of Timmonsville s. A. And Woodrow Mason a Bridgeport Conn. Five daughters mrs Carl Wilson of fort Walton. Fla., mrs. Priscilla Wilson of Olivia mrs. Jackson Coward of route 1. Cok Ard s. A. And mrs. Charlie Collins of new York City three Brothers Richard Mason of route 3, lilting on Carlie Mason of Lillington and c. C. A on. Of route 1, Spring Lake two Sisters mrs. John William Holder of Sanford and mrs Jim Faucett of route 3, Lillington 38 grandchild Ren and seven great grandchildren. Three tourists in wreck Here two cars and a tractor and trailer wreck in Dunn saturday causing approximately $l5o damage. The Accident occurred when a 1949 Oldsmobile driven by Elvin j m. Duzell. 3058 Clayton Avenue j Merchantville n. A. Stopped for a j Stop Sian on w. Broad. A 1948 Studebaker driven by Edward Lee Mcwharter 1115 w. Powell st. Dothan. Ala., stopped Back of the Oldsmobile. William. A Cher Drew my of 202 Cary Stree Wjk driving a 1950 White tractor spa trailer failed to Stop behind the two cars and rammed their in the Back end. Damages to the 1949 Oldsmobile was listed at so and damages to j the 1948 Studebaker Sion. The tractor was not damaged. No charges were made. 37 stills continued from Page one. Condenser. 100 Gallons of Beer. Grove township aug. 12, one tin still Copper Cap and 60 Gallons of Beer Anderson Creek township aug. 14. One Copper still Copper con denser 600 Gallons of Beer avers Boro township aug. 14. One tin still Copper condenser. 12 Gallons of whiskey and arrest of Woodley. Lil Lington township aug 19. One cop per still no Beer Duke township. After the heavy thursday of aug. 20 two other raids also yielded stills. On aug 26 policemen found two tin stills and no Beer in aver Ashboro township and one tin still Copper condenser and four Gallons of whiskey in ave Rasboro. Dennis was arrested at this still. Among the constables Preston Porter led in the number of Cap tured stills with nine seized in the month. Five were found in Stewart s Creek and three in Duke township a total of 3,100 Gallons of Beer were reported destroyed by this officer. Eli located six stills for second among the constables. Four were found in Duke and two in ave Rasboro. He reported finding 800 Gallons of Beer at the first and none at the ave Rasboro outfit. O. R. Pearce was credited with two stills both Cooper and destruction of 700 of Mash. Stills were seized in ave Rasboro and Rural policemen assisted with the i raid. Pearce in turn assisted the policemen in a Lillington arrest. Cyrus Mcneill reported three stills found two located in upper Little River and one in Anderson Creek. He found 200 Gallons of Beer at one of the tin stills taken a upper Little River. Damages of $450 result from wreck damages estimated at $450 resulted from a wreck at the Corner of e. Edgerton and n. Washington Friday afternoon around 6 30, according to police recode. Robert Lee Crowell was treated at the Dunn Hospital for bruises and Shock and released. The Accident occurred when a 1947 Chevrolet drive by m. L. Phillips Dunn route 4 it the right Side of a 1935 Oldsmobile driven by Crowell. Damages to the Crowell car were set at s2oo while the Phillip car 1 was damaged $250. No charges were made. The daily record Dunn n. C. Nash n. Winstead presented degree Nash Nicks Winstead son of or. Nad mrs. Nash l. Winstead least Burg has just been granted his doctoral degree in Plant pathology i at the University of Wisconsin i Winstead attended Plain View i school and Plain View High High school near Dunn. In born in Durham comity win 1 Stead attended Leasburg grammar i school where he was graduated in i 1942. He enrolled at state College in the fall of 1942, but his studies were broken eff when he went in to the armed services in 1943. He returned to state in 1946 where he was graduated with a \ b. S. Degree in agronomy work at 1 1 state and received his degree in 1951. Winstead attended the univer sity of where he first enrolled in 1951 to take his pm. D. In Plant pathology. Taking an Active part in College i life Winstead was a member of Sigma i the american Phytopathology society and Phi Kappa Phi. He will begin work with the North Carolina agricultural Experiment station the vegetable re search station Wilmington oct Ober 1. He married the former miss ger Aldine Kelly Norfolk a. Generals Boss sees trouble toil ahead Lexington. A. In Takeaway one of the better ends in Southern conference history. Take also two of the conferences top ground gainers. Leave a squad of Only 33 men and one of the tougher schedules on the books the result is the Gridiron Outlook for the Washington and Lee generals for 1953. The generals Boss Man Carl Wise feels this is the year of toil and trouble. He cant paint a cheer Ful picture with such stars As Bob Thomas Randy Broyles and Wes Abrams gone and such foes As mighty Maryland North Carolina West Virginia. Virginia tech and Virginia to be faced Wise sums up Short of Man Power. He says this is the first time in years that the generals have been Short on backs. But he figures things will be different in 1954 with Only six of this years squad being seniors and the fresh men of 53 having then come of age. The situation in t quite As dark As Wise would like to have his foes believe. There is still a handful of top flight backs returning As Well As a big and experienced line. The biggest guns returning Are Captain and Center Bill Mchenry of Swarthmore pa., and fullback Wiroj Vercellona of Garfield n. the 210-Pound Mchenry was one of the better line backers in the state last fall and is expected to be a mainstay this season. Barcel Ona. Although just a 175-Pounder, is a hard plunging line bucker and Bee none of the conference so Lap ground gainers the past two years. In 1951 he averaged better 1 than $0 Yards per Rush and last season finished 12th in the league i with 432 Yards. Degree is promising i the generals have another full Back Prospect who May even Dis place Barcelona. He is 216 Pound Walt degree of Grosse Isle Mich. Wise says this Junior has shown Promise of being one of the Best. Another returnee with loads of experience is quarterback Joe Lind Isey of Galax a. A slender 165-� Pounder he showed by his Ball handling and Choice of plays last year that he has the Savy to make the team Click. 4 Truman ice nil trim front Jar one american federation of labor the Cio and All other Michigan labor organizations. Cites r the increase this administration has raised interest rates All across the Board or. Truman said. That May be to the Benefit of the Money lenders but it surely does Hurt the rest of the people. He said hurts the Veteran in buying a House or starting a Busi Ness and the Small business Man needing credit to expand As Well As the taxpayer paying interest on the Public debt it is a perfect example of that discredited old trickle Down the Ory the former president said. Or. Truman said there were other signs that the government is no longer so concerned for the welfare of All of us. He said the Public housing program had been condemned to death and that the Farmer is being told that he ought to go it alone again. In the Field of foreign policy or. Truman said we Are enter mpg period of negotiation we Hope fruitful negotiation with the rus sians whether the negotiations Are fruitful is up to them. He but we must negotiate from strength. He continued. Strength is what the communists under stand and respect. Hits defense cuts or. Truman said he is a great believer in a balanced budget but not at the expense of National de sense. He Saiu when he was president he kept the budget balanced until an emergency tame along that was a lot More important than All the balanced budgets in the world. A referred to the korean Ware said it was the right an privilege for the people to vote for a charge in administration Las november. But i dont think they voted for a change in the social and eco nomic principles that have made us so Strong and prosperous said the sex Presie Jent. But that is the kind of change w Are a Host of halfback return but theress some question As to which 1 can go both on offence and bets appear to be 175-Pound Eddie Landis of Cumberland. My and 182-Pound Carl Bolt of Dublin. A. Others who showed Promise in 1952 were Conrad Flanders of Rox Boro mass Warren Moody of Richmond. A. And Billy Sargant of Greenville s. C. Hill is dark horse the dark horse in the Backfield is Sophomore Harvey Lee Hill the 180-Peund of Leola ark., speedster who scored almost at will in his High school Days. Hill was out most of last season with injuries. Wise has a Forward Wall in mind which will average better than 200 pounds. His replacements however Are lighter and somewhat few in number. The Pivot Post of course will be manned by Mchenry. For guards Wise is counting on Veteran Tom Fieldson and big Jack Kibler. Fieldson. A 190-Pound senior has been a starter for the past two years. The tackle spots Are Well anchored with Burly Harold Brooks a 230 Pound Junior from Lynchburg. Va., and place kicking Ace Bob Lafferty a 206-Pound Junior from Charles town w. A. Both Back from last year s squad. / there Are some capable Wing men on hand. Irving Pratt 185 Pound Junior from Chicago Are the likeliest prospects. The schedule sept. 19 Shepherd Here 26 Maryland at College Park oct. 3north Carolina at Chapel Hill 10west Virginia at Morganton 17 Richmond Here 24virginia tech at Blacksburg 31george Washington Here nov. 7davidson at Winston Salem 14 Virginia Here 21 William and Mary at Williamsburg. Quinn s funeral Home 24-hour service phone 3306 211 w. Harnett st Dunn n. C Ehe Jve Loome hostess Jill Knock on your doot with Gifu & greeting from Friendly business. Neighbors and yous Civio end social welfare leaders \ on the occasion of the birth of a baby sixteenth birthday engagement announcement change of residence arrivals of newcomers to Dunn n. C. Mrs. R. J. Denny _ 3878 i of Mil or Obj Rhoa _ monday afternoon september 7, 1953 Power users triple since world War 2i three times As Many people Are getting elect Kiclty on the Rural lines of Carolina Power is Light company today As were served at the end of world War 11. Accord. Ing to Henry Tyler of Dunn District manager of the company. Or. Tyler said today that a sur vey of Rural lines showed 136,956 customers on 17,727 Miles of line june 29. At the end of world War 11, the figures were 41,699 Custo mers on 6,530 Miles of line. The latest figures compare with just 1.082 farm customers in 1928. I when the company undertook / a i special program to extend service into Rural areas. Or. Tyler said notable gains have been made in the Dunn Dis strict which now serves 8225 customers on 1235 Miles of line. The latest figures compare with just 1.082 farm customers in 1928, when the company undertook a special program to extend service into Rural areas. Or. Tyler said notable gains have been made in the Dunn District which now serves 8225 customers on 1235 Miles of line. In Harnett county. 3123 Custo it s not Safe to climb on the Hogsheads if Yon have Ever noticed those big Hogsheads of tobacco loaded on a truck and wondered if it was Safe to climb them Well it truck Driver stopped in lil Lington and seeing the Canvas covering was Loose on top of his Load climbed no to repair the damage. Down he fell and broke his Arm. A Friendly taxi Driver took him to Hospital. Name of the Driver was not Learned but the truck left parked belonged to i. W. Kinlaw. Raeford. Dunn s Weed Mart nears 3rd million Dunn tobacco Market will go Over the three million Pound Mark to Morrow As it enters its third week. Averages have remained High with the top being last thursday when 280�66 pounds sold for an average of $57.16 per Hundred pounds. Fridays average was $55.27 per Hundred with 415,888 pounds being sold for $229,853.72. Total pounds sold As of today were 2,724,888, according to Norman j. Suttles. Sales supervised mers Are receiving electric service on 478 Miles of Cpl lines. Start your sayings commercial Bank Dunn n. C. Quality parakeets All colors we invite you to see them at our aviaries. Seed cages supplies Cedar Lawn aviaries James a. Surles owner 611 n. Mckay Avenue Day phone 2446 Nite 2228 Dunn n. C. Savi

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