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Wilson Daily Times (Newspaper) - November 24, 1950, Wilson, North Carolina The Wilson daily to mks. Wilson n. release 30 wounded american soldiers in North Korea chinese free us doughboy Jaycees to collect toys for local children reporters forbidden to see them reds t related them Well by Don Whitehead Northwest front Korea a to my thirty wounded american prisoners from the ambushed u. S. Eighth cavalry regiment were released today by chinese reds. All but three were litter cases. The chinese released 27 others wednesday. The men were taken to a Village near the american lines thursday night and placed in a korean House. A chinese guard gave two men a letter to be delivered to u. S. Lines. The letter instructed the american commander to Send one litter jeep with a Large Flag on its right fender and with no arms or escort. The letter said the jeep would be permitted to shuttle the men Back to the american lines. Walk toward lines two prisoners took the letter and walked toward the Ameri i can lines during the night. An1 american task Force met them on the Road. The task Force drove on ahead and found the remaining prisoners in the korean House. I the liberated doughboy were taken to a Clearing station. Reporters were forbidden to see them. One of the prisoners told officers he was with a group a surrounded and captured aft a three Day fight with the id chinese and North koreans near Ulsan. They were Given Good treat a ment the Best the chinese could or the prisoner said. They also were Given some medical care. Children Many of them shown in the picture above will gather at the Wilson armory just be Ore Christmas to have a visit from Santa Claus. The toys for Santa will be provided by the Wilson Jaycees. The Jaycees will stage their annual toy drive sunday for the Benefit of those Hildren. The picture above was taken last year at the annual Jaycee Christmas party. A a i children. The pict new Ford cars go on display Many changes Are made in design of 1951 models Jaycees annual Yule toy drive will be held in Wilson sunday the new 1951 Ford passenger cars featuring new Power combinations automatic ride control and Many refinements in styling engineering Comfort and safety were placed on display today in the showroom of tobacco City motors it was announced today by h. F. Kelly or. Or. Kelly said the new Fords offer a Choice of six Power combinations Ford s new fully automatic transmission the Ford Over one Man was operated on by drive and the Standard three Speed chinese doctor who removed transmission All available either with the too horse radio stations to help collect items with Calls Lions club sets bread Sale Here Wilson residents will dig deep into their old stockpiles sunday Jand pull out All old toys or new j event will be held toys to present them to the Wil Vij son Jaycees. Here december i the toys Are being collected Van Ann Minim by the Jaycees to be renovated announces shattered pieces of Bone from his leg. Chinese version the chinese told the americans they believed the South koreans had invaded North to Power v-8 or the advanced 95 horse Power six engines. There Are 16 models in the 1951 line. The new automatic transmission is called a for somatic drive. The result of More than four years of research it is the combination of Hydraulic torque converter and an automatic planetary gear transmission which operate together for maximum performance and efficiency and smooth flow of Power. New ride control another outstanding feature of the 1951 car is the new automatic ride control made possible by a combination of advanced Type Shock absorbers and a new Type of Spring suspension which Combine to compensate for All types of Road surfaces. The new cars also offer the widest Range of body colors and upholstery and Interior trim combinations in Ford car history. Many front and rear end appearance changes have been made including adoption of a a a dual spinner Radiator Grille for a lower and More massive effect larger and stronger wrap around bumpers. Key release Latch rear deck lids have concealed land repaired in time for the annual Christmas party in the Wilson armory december 18. At that time the freshly renovated toys will be presented to deserving youngsters of Wilson. To receive Calls the Jaycees will use the Rad i Loas a Means of communications in its toy drive sunday. Radio station wot will receive Calls Between 2 of clock and 2 15 of clock and Between 3 of clock and 4 30 of clock. Radio station a gym will receive Calls from 4 30 of clock to 5 of clock. Just Call the radio station at 86 proof the straight whiskers in this product Are 4 years or More old. 33% straight whiskey 65% Neutral spirits distilled from Grain. Is09qerham amp Worts Lui id. Peoria Hurm Rea and that the american intended to Cross the manchurian Border. The prisoners were not Given political lectures As were the men in the group of 27. The 30 men were moved by ambulance to the rear late Friday and evacuated by plane to a Hospital. The Wilson Lions club will sponsor its annual bread Sale Here december i it was announced today by Marvin. E. Evans president of the local civic group. Funds raised from the project will go to the Lions club charities. Or. Evans today reported that All major plans for the Safe have been completed and that All members of the club will participate in the House to House Sale. Students to help assisting the Lions club again the above times and your toys this year in the Sale will be Stu will be collected by the Jaycees dents from Atlantic Christian Coland taken to the hut Back of loge. The local school has assist the old american legion Home de in the Sale during the last at 204 West Nash Street officials several years. Part of the funds said today. They will be Reno raised will go to the College rated like new under the direct the Sale is scheduled to begin Tion of miss Pattie Ruffin of the about 7 of clock in the morning department of recreation and lasting until the Sale is completed. Parks and boy scout troops. Officials of the club pointed out Tom j. Hackney jr., is chair that the civic group does not Exman of the toy drive for the pet to cover other towns in the Jaycees and has his committee county As it did last year. Of zone chairman ready for the it is hoped or. Evans cont i Mammoth drive sunday. Used. That the Sale can be completed or. Hackney sent out a Call a Wilson. All residents Are urged today for every citizen to co to cooperate in making the an-1 operate in this drive and put Nual project a Success out his toys for collection Sun a will be contributed Day. Bread used in the Sale will be anyone having toys that Are i contributed by purity bakery of not collected sunday May Call Ilson. The local bakery officials the department of recreation disclosed will contribute about and Parks 3332 and someone j 2,500 loaves of bread without will pick them up. Cost. _ in completing the Sale of bread to entertain Philathea j members of the Lions club and class monday night students from Atlantic Christian _ College will visit each Home on mrs. George p. Clark and mrs. The morning of december i to of a. E. Huggon will be hostesses to Ert be product at any Price. Per the Mercer Philathea class of the sons May pay As much As they can first Baptist Church monday night Tor 1e bread and May Purchase at 8 of clock at the woman a club. An a amount. All former members of the class last year a number of local As Well As the present members restaurants and business Stab Are invited to att old. Lisments purchased bread from the Lions to help the project be farm management would you like to be relieved of the worry and responsibility of supervising and operating your farm property during the coming year Branch banking amp Trust company offers you farm management service at a very reasonable Cost. An inquiry would be welcomed. Branch banking amp Trust company a the Safe executor Wilson North Carolina member Federal Deposit insurance corporation j come one of successful. The group s most counter balancing hinges and a new key release Latch for ease in opening and keeping the lids raised for loading or unloading the Luggage compartment. The Chassis Frame has been strengthened and a number of Uli i important engine changes were made. Both v-8 and six engines or. And mrs. Lee Farmer of now have Auto thermic expansion Elm City announce the engage control pistons whose top rings Merit of their daughter Mabel Are Chrome plated to prevent Lee. To William Tyson Baker son scuffing of Cylinder Walls. Allen of mrs. Bertha Jones of Greenville Gines now have new water proof and the late William Tyson Baker ignition systems and rotating the wedding will take place in valves. Late december. After thanksgiving clearance Sale saturday thru next week dresses reduced to $5 $10. $15 Coats and suits fall amp Winter Stock 20% off to aim shop no mob us a fils Mem a pm my in colonials a of Bendix automatic clothes Rumm a. M Pryer \ in v it x v x by or % dinner r pay colonial Ca. 4. Contest Iva 365 Bendix dryers Worth $219.95 each Hail the winners a the 365 winners in colonial stores big $74,000 Bendix automatic clothes dryer contest. The contest required participants to finish in 25 words or less the statement a i want a Bendix automatic clothes dryer because. A below Are listed the 112 winners in North and South Carolinas the 112 persons who in the opinion of the judges submitted the Best entry in their stores. Each of them will be awarded a new 1951 Bendix automatic clothes dryer. A Hearty a congratulations i to the winners and a sincere a thank you and Best wishes for Success next time to All other entrants. These Are the 112 winners in North and South Carolina North Carolina other cities Charlotte mrs. Hallie o. D. Baker 217 w a lurch St. Ahoskie mrs r d. Dern 1703 Shepard St. Morehead City mrs John l san 4035 Ensor Avenue in Mhz. C. E Baker 728 Wriston pm. Miss Louise j. Sills Nashville mrs Rodman Spruill 104 Bogon drive. Asheboro Greenville mrs Estelle p. Slaughter mrs. Fred Friend 2500 e. 7th St. Mrs. We. T. Greene or i. 5. Box 885 mrs Hugh l Lobdell 2309 Vail Avenue mrs w. G. Patton 830 Watson ave. New Bern mrs. Roy Justice Belhaven mrs Beatrice Martin red i. Beaufort mrs w 125 Winn Puller a Oro St., Oxford mrs. William w 7 Longview Terrac it a mrs. B b. Mcclintock 314 Fenton place mrs. John a Bailey Box 841. 1310 w. Davis St., Burlin too mrs l. H. Mccoy 1500 n. Brevard St. Vav. M. Cannon Center for the Blind Butner mrs m. B. Rosen 2801 n. Tryon 8t mrs Vav. J. Smith 1135 no. Tron St. Mrs e. N Joyner 23r Glen Lennox. Chape Hill mrs Marion Justice route 2. Box 317. Clinton Catherine Stephens 2237 Sarah Marks ave mrs. Ray Elson Black 43 Hillcrest drive. Concord mrs. Adelia obriant 412 w. Markham ave. Mrs Marie b Leslie 703 s. King ave. Dunn mrs. R h Potts. Or. 1012 West Trinity ave. Eva r Kramer 117 e. Queen. Edenton mrs. David e retd Box 111. Route i mrs h p. Ruppenthal 2511 Roxboro re mrs James a Ward 903 Raleigh St. Elizabeth City mrs Clyde Jordan. Or Elizabethtown mrs w. C Wynne it. No. 4. Box 72 mrs w. A. Quick Box 333. Erwin mrs. W. D. Walker 15 Latham ave., Plymouth Margaret e. Moore red Springs mrs Leonard Gammon 808 Oak St. Reidsville mrs Clayton d. May w 8th St. Roanoke rapids mrs Viola Ingram of. I. Box 144. Rockingham mrs Robert Davis 122 Lexington St. Rocky mount mrs. A. F. Nichols 122 Academy St. Roxboro mrs Hansel l Hughes 815 South Ellis Street. Salisbury mrs Sallie Dunn Elmore Scotland neck Genevieve Marks 125 w. Vermont ave., so j. L. Holmes mrs. Geortz 505 s. Bourn other cities mrs e. H. Ballenton 1008 North main St. Ai mrs e. P. M 113 Cook 8t., Emma Jane Miti 809 Lyttleton St., mrs w. Jacobs i mrs a. J. Bak of 1007 Elm St., com mrs Carolyn s. Broome Cowpens mrs Charles Harrison 8t. I f a them pint mrs j a Box 395 Edge Lela mrs j l. Ken 412 Park ave. F or rd., Btl Fayetteville miss Rosa Williams e. Church St., farm lie mrs. 8 Clark Taplin 222 Judd Street mrs g. J. Lurieta 314-a1 Yadkin area mrs. Robt p Thomas 309 South Vance St. A Tonia mrs Jame s e Davis 1102 Lemon Street. Goldsboro mrs. R e Brown 2000 Cedar St. Mr3 Goley Webster Box no. 188. Graham mrs. Emerson Hall 329 Cross Creek Street mrs f. E. Campbell Myrtle Street. Hamlet Turnersburg mrs. Agnes Tharrington 1007 Panola Street. Tarboro mrs. Catherine j. Smith route i. Box 44. Warrenton mrs Henry a Jones 203 e. Second Street washing i. I Strickland Box 151. Halifax or. Mrs cd to. Box mrs Julian e. Bol 433 Cothran St. Gree or w. W Barnett 108 Hilton St. Greer ton mrs Fierman Singletary 212 East main Street Lake City Greensboro miss Pearl e Roberts Box 2488 mrs Herbert a. Rust 515 North Mendenhall mrs Chas. D. Allen 426 Garnett St. Henderson mrs Mattie Lister White 118 Church Street. Her Ford mrs Dora Mae Parnell route no. 2. High Point mrs it. 2. Mrs. Haul m Reddick to Box 541. Williamston mrs. M w Saxby to Box 541. Williamston m. D. Willoughby Tarboro St., Wilson mrs Sam j. Davis route 3. Box 19, Maui m c. Stanley 308 w. Bond St., Mark mrs John p. Slack 208 31st ave., no. Myrtle Beach mrs 712 #. T. Hicks door finances Sutton Hallman 1905 College Street Newberry a win Greenville Rosalie Abdallah 214 s. Mcleean. Kinston maps r e Brown 2000 Cedar St. Durha mrs Ashley t. Wannamaker 350 Elliott Street. S. A. Orange nerf mrs. J. H. Easley 844 Myrtle or. Rock Hill mrs j. W. Hassell 910 Cotanche St. Mrs d. H. Mcqueen Box 922. Laurinburg or. A Tilley Box 213 Katherine Austin 224 Boone Road. Leaks ill South Carolina Charleston mrs. R a Scott Box 283, Summerville Raleigh mrs. E j. Canaday 2611 Wade ave. Mrs e. E. Schwall route 5 mrs. Virginia Hartzog to 473, Lexington mrs Roger b Mitchell Louisburg mrs Mal l. Wall 211 East 23rd Street Lumberton mrs Helen sue Best Box 272-c. Route 2. Naval Bas m. Leslie infinger Piedmont Avenue. Charleston mrs Jenkins Knight 9 Crescent ave., Sumter mrs. J. K. Padgett it. I. Box 30. Lodge mrs 9 mrs 97 of Milik 3 Wentworth St. Charleston mrs Lorraine b. Currenc1 Box 103. York Winston Salem mrs. Carol Isley it. I. Mebane Coli Mai a mrs c s Chance 321 Lockland ave. Mrs. Thomas l. Walkes or. Route 3 mrs w l. Wall Box 56. Micro mrs Glenn Winchester it. 8. Box 153. Monroe maps 329 a. M. Clarke acc maw ave. Mrs Iames a. Edge 1410 Quot a Quot Avenue a there were 253 winners in Georgia and Virginia. The winners were announced in our ads Iii those states. You la discover a neighbourly store i a

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