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Asheville, North Carolina
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Tuesday, June 11, 1957
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Deaths And Funerals Mrs. Charles Duty Mrs. Lillian Curry Duly. 88, of 80 Karrwood Avenue, died unexpectedly at 9:50 a. m. yesterday in an Ashcville hospital. She uas Hie widow of Charles 11. Duty and had resided in Ashe-ville about six months. (iravesido services will he conducted ai 10:30 a. ni. Thursday in Winchester Cemetery, Winches ter, Ky.. with Mrs. Catherine Lander. Clnstian Science reader, officiating. ' .Mrs. Duty resided in Lexing ton, Ky., 25 years prior to making her home here. She was an active member of the First Church of Christian Science there. She was a native of Winchester and was the daughter of William C. and Sophia Curry Duty. Surviving is one son, C. H. Duty of Ashcville. Tile family has requested that no flowers be sent. The body will remain at Morris-' Hendon-Black Funeral Home until '5:30 p. m. today when it wiil be .sent to Winchester. J. P.'Givlcr, WC Teacher, Dies At 74 Dr. John Paul Givler, 74. form- Mrs. Mar Graveside services Frady for Mrs. Mary V. Frady. 45. a native of'siioe. Fred H. of Winston-Salem Ashcville who died Sunday in an I and Wade D. Laughter of San Juan, Puerto Rico; 23 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren; three brothers. J. C. of Etowah, H. G. or Saluda and W. L. ter of Dover. Fia.; and brother, John Taylor of ville, S. C. Augusta. Ga. hospital following . a brief illness, will be conducted at 2 p. m. today in Bethel Cemetery. The Icv. R. J. Robinson will officiate. Pallbearers will he K. T. Ball Jr., Jimmy .Matthews. Clarence Siuiford, James Chambers, V il -' lard J. Robinson, and Donald Rcdmon, Services were conducted yesterday in Augusta. Mrs. Frady had resided in Augusta for the past five years. She is survived by her hus-! Creek Baptist Church. Hand. Carl A. rraay sr.; two daughters, Mrs. Lever Hullo and Miss Patricia Frady, both of Augusta; two sons, Carl A. Jr., of Ashcville and Charles T. Frady of the Air Force stationed in Chicago, II!.; two brothers, P. M Vcrdery of Gastonia and Ot-' lis L. Hayes of Augusta: and two grandchildren. ' Anders-Rice Fnueral Home is in charge of arrangements. Fla., whcie Ihe funeral service will be held Wednesday at Aherne-Plummcr Funeral Home. Jesse II. Laughter HKN'DKRSONVILLK, June 10 : er head of the biology depart-Jesse Hannon Laughter. 74. a re-intent at Woman's College m tired farmer of the Holly Springs j Greensboro, and father of Mrs. community, died yesterday at his; Ci. G. Mines of Beverly Apart ments, died yesterday at Moses Cone Hospital in Greensboro. He had suffered a heart attack last Wednesday. Dr. Givler was a native of Kansas and had lived in Greensboro for 38 years. Services will be conducted at 2:38 p.m. tomorrow in Forms and Murray Chapel. Dr. Joseph M. Garrison, pas tor of Presbyterian Church of the Covenant, will officiate. Burial will be in Memorial Park in Greensboro. Dr. Givler was author of a biology textbook and laboratory manual. He was a member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Sigma XI Scientific Society and was a former president of the North Carolina Academy of Science. He had headed the biology department at WC from 1920 until 1949. In addition lo his daughter here, Dr. Givler is survived by the widow, the former Miss Mary Shcppherd; two brothers, Robert Givler of Cape Cod, Mass. and Fred Givler of Cleveland, Ohio: one sister, Miss Mary Givler of Cornwall, Pa., and two grandchildren. home alter a period of declining health. The funeral service will be held Tuesday at 2 p. m, at the Thomas Shepherd Memorial Chapel. The Rev. W. A. Kerr will officiate and interment will be in Shepherd Memorial Park with nephews as pallbearers. He was a native of Polk Coun-Iv, a son of the late William and Arminla Gilbert Laughter, and had resided in Henderson County mast of his life. At one time he was with the Stale Highway and Public Works Commission. He was a member oi tne tiowan Methodist Church. Surviving are the widow, the former Miss Lydia Moffitt; three daughters, Mrs. Callic Robertson of Kumah, and Mrs. Thclma Rice and Mrs. Lucille Gol'orth of Ashe-villc; five sons, William B. of Washington, D. C. Harvey of Hendersonville, John of Horse 12 THE ASHEVILLE CITIZEN, ASIIEVILLE, N. C. Tuesday, June 11, 1957 ; Two Ex-Residents Of City Die In Washington Wreck Laugh-a half-Green- Thad li. Broun SYLVA. June 10 Thad R. Brown, o7. died at his home yesterday in fancy Fork community after a long illness. Funeral sei vices will be held at 2 o. m. Tuesday at John's Mrs. James MrCahey Mrs. James D. McGahcy. mother of Jay D. McGahey, formerly of Asheville and of New Smyrna Beach, Fla., died Sunday night in her home in Moncssen, Pa., according lo word received here. The son is the husband of the former Miss Katherine Parks of Ashcville, and formerly was employed by Reed and Abee. Inc. Funeral services for Mrs. McGahey. a frequent visitor to Asheville, will be conducted Thursday in Monessen. Edward M. hide CANTON. June 10-F.dward M. Lide, 76, of Canton died at 9 a. m. today in a Waynesville hospital following a brief illness. Funeral services will be held at t p. m. Wednesday at Canton Presbyterian Church. Citv Couneil Budget Meet Set June 25 City Council will buckle down lo the job of whipping Asheville's 1957-58 budget into shape with an all-day session Tuesday, June 25, City Manager J. Weldon Weir announced yesterday. The first reading of the new hnHffM will hp lilrl Tlmrsdav. Asheville lor the past 35 years Junc 27; There will be no Coun. Mrs. Emma Q. Boole Mrs. Emma Quimby Boote. 86. of 72 Windsor Road, died in a local hospital yesterday after a short illness. She had been a resident of and was the widow of the lale George McComb Boole. She is survived hy a daughter, Mrs. Carl Putnam of Roanoke. Va., and two sisters, Mrs. Winnie Fowler of Asheville and Mrs. H. V. Ashcroft of Lynchurg. Va. Funeral arrangements hy Mnr-ris-Hendon-Black Funeral Home were incomplete last night. if i ii. i hi rs. reariey mens HEATOX. June 10 Mrs. Pear. ley Mae Hicks. 68. of Heaton died yesterday in a Banner Elk hos pital alter a long illness Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 1 p. m. at the Heaton church with the pastor, tlie Rev. Johnny Hall, ofliciating. Burial will be in Heaton Cemetery. Lenoir D. Carsivell NEBO, June 10 Funeral services for Lenoir Douglas (Knox) Carswell, 35, of Nebo RFD 1, who was killed in western Burke County last night, will be held at 4 p. m. Tuesday at Snow Hill Meth-' odist Church. I The Rev. C. M. McKinney and the Rev. Clyde Fender will officiate, and burial will be in the church cemetery. cil meeting the following week due to the July 4 holiday. Second and third readings il the budget will be held July 11 and July 13. The statutory deadline for adopting Ihe budget is July 25. Council will pass up its regular weekly meeting this Thursday in favor of an inspection trip lo the site of the new Asheville Airport near Arden; the rebuilt Municipal Golf Course clubhouse, now near-ing completion; and Bee Tree and North Fork reservoirs. The party will leave City Hall at 3 p. in. Two former Asheville residents were killed Saturday night in an automobile accident near Maiden, Wash. They were listed as Clyde E. Sumner, 49, a railroad employe, and his wife, .Mrs. Tulon Cagle Sumner, 52. The bodies will be returned to Asheville for funeral services and burial. Members of Ihe family said they were informed that an automobile occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Sumner overturned four times. A watch worn by Sumner had stopped at 11 p. m. indicating that the accident occurred approximately at that lime. Mrs. Sumner is survived hy a son by a former marriage, Walter L. Schooler of Washington, D. C; four sislers, Mrs. Eugene Sluder, of Weaverville, Mrs. J. W. Davis of Forest City. Mrs. G. F. Frady and Mrs. Mora C. Brown, both of Asheville; and one brother, Thomas Cagle of Columbus, Tenn. Sumner is survived by t h e mother. Mis. Lillie Sumner of Biltmore: three sislers, Mrs. J. D. McDuffie of Dover. N. IL, Mrs. A. O. Browning of Roswell, Ga., and Mrs. Gertrude Brown of Asheville; and two brothers, Edward of Spokane, Wash., and Gail of Gettysburg, Pa. Groce Funeral Home . is in charge of arrangements here. 40 Boys' Faces Shine: It's Camp For Them It was a dark and drizzly Monday morning here yesterday, but the faces of 40 small boys shone bright as the sun. lercd about in the blooming rhododendron, thickets, Ihe huge play room in the main building and perhaps best of all the big dining Thanks lo 1.900 Asheville and; hall next lo a kitchen almost the Buncombe County residents who size of the small restaurant attended Ihe annual barbecue of Police Local 1016, Ihe youngsters were able to enter the first week of camp at Camp Whippoorwill. Ranging in ages from eight to 12, (he boys were taken to Ihe Avery's Creek camp early yesterday morning for five days of real outdoor life. The boys will be supervised in games and other camp sports by Capt. and Mrs. William A. Perry of the Salvation Army. There they will enjoy Ihe swimming pool, the comfortable-cool bunk houses scat- All of this was made possible hy persons interested enough in Ihe welfare of youngsters who might not have attended camp this .summer had it not been lor lasl week's barbecue. The barbecue has provided enough funds for the operation of the camp lor at least one month. Members of the committee in charge of arrangements said thai a steady flow of persons kept voluntary helpers busy throughout nst of the barbecue day, despite the fact flood walers washed out the burning pits. Beginning next Monday there will be an all-girls week at the camp and the following week, will be for boys aged 12 to 15. The fourth week at the camp will be devoted to what" Police lyocal members refer to as a "clean-up" period. This will a!- ',t ,'fiiinaclnrc imnhlo In nltonfl Officials and salesmen of the j during the previous weeks, to have their share at camp life. N. Y. Life Division Meeting Here Public Record Frank Moore Jr. ANDREWS. June 10 Funeral services for Frank Moore Jr., 12. of Andrews, who drowned at Cleveland. Tenn., Saturday, will he held at Valley River Baptist Church at 3 p. m. Tuesday. . , " The boy had been in Black " llliain L. Morgan Mountain Children's Home at! William L. Morgan, 61, of Los Cleveland for about a year. He1 Angeles, Calif., veteran of World drowned in a creek near the; War II, died Friday in a hospital home. following a long illness. Surviving is one sister, Mrs. Edna Morley, of Ixis Angeles. The body will be sent to Ihe National Cemetery in Salisbury for funeral services and burial. Dunn and Williams Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Donald Paul Lamb Donald Paul Lamb. 5, died at Galena Park, Tex., at 5:45 p. m. Sunday following a long illness. The body will be sent to Asheville and will arrive here tomorrow afternoon. Surviving are Ihe parents. Air. and Mrs. Robert Lamb, of Galena Park. Dunn and Williams Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements which were incomplete lasl night. Charles I. Carroll Charles I. Carroll. 47, of Washington, D. C, died in an Asheville hospital at 5:20 a. m. yesterday following a long illness. Surviving is a brother. Edgar E. Carroll, of Washington. The body will be sent lo Arlington National Cemetery for funeral services and burial. Dunn and Williams Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements here. Mrs. Maggie Dyer HAYESVILLE, June 10 -Funeral services for Mrs. Lula Magnetta (Maggiei Dyer. 87. of the Sweetwaler section, who died Saturday, will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Sweetwater Methodist Church. William F. Mealiff HENDERSONVILLE, June 10-William Frank Mealiff, 73, a retired milling company executive and a resident here about a year, died Saturday at his home on Turley Falls Road. George A. Stalcui MURPHY, June 10 George A. Stalcup, 66, died Saturday al his home in Deerfield, Fla. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a. m. Wednesday in the old Marlins Creek Church. Mrs. P. C. Bureh HIAWASSEE. Ga., June 10-Mrs. P. C. Burch, 66. of Mia-wassee died at 4 a m. today at her home after a lingering illness. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday in Un ion Hill Church. James M. Stanley HENDERSONVILLE, June 10-James Marcus Stanley, 67, a retired merchant and resident of the Big Willow community for 10 years, died Saturday at his home. The body was senl to Miami, Jmorris-hendon-black , 'jP funeral home riL J tiNlSt MCllitilJ - H0O( RAH COSlT I AMBUUNCl SERVICE I MO MrMiiniin v 13$ ERRYMAN Am wsf miconomoiKB FUncnnLCHMKL MBULONCE.JiJJ Beech Area Youlh Program Director Named WEAVERVILLE, June 10 -Carolyn Bartletl was appointed director of the Beech Community youlh recreation program for the summer. The action was taken at a community meeting at Ihe Beech Community Center. Ihe program will offer tennis, badminton, volleyball and soft- ball, among. other activities. The cointiiAinity residents also discussed thij work of expanding Ihe community library. The Buncombe County board of education has released for more room for the library Ihe larger nf two slor-ase roims in Ihe community center. Ned Lcsesne Gets Eagle Seout Rank Ned Lesesne of Central Methodist Church Troop 4 was advanced lo Eagle rank at the monthly Court of Honor of the Rhododendron Boy Scout District last night in the Courthouse. His award was presented by Dr. Guy H. While, member of the Court of Honor. Stanley Settle awarded the Life Scout rank to Alan Torrence of Troop 24. Star Seoul awards went lo Tyson Betty, David Court, Richard Austray and Allen Shipley of Troop 4. Bobby Anderson of Explorer Post 24, Jimmy Ilelher-inglon of Troop 21, William Kill Ilouer and Roy Davis of Troop 46. Olher awards presented included 24 merit badges, nine second class and 14 lenderlool badges. R. B. Fuller, Court of Honor chairman, presided. Bar Assn. To Meet At Blowing Rock BLOWING ROCK, June 10-Tbe four-day 39th annual meeting of the North Carolina Bar Association will open here at 8 p. m. Wednesday with approximately 300 Tar Heel lawyers, judges and their guests expected. The principal speakers will be Chief Justice J. Wallace Winborne of the Slate Supreme Court and Gov. p'rank Clement of Tennessee. Justice Winborne will address Ihe opening meeting. Gov, Clement is scheduled In speak al the Friday night banquet. north central division of the New- York Life Insurance Co. are attending a four-day educational meeting in Grove Park Inn. Some 22.") company personnel and their wives are here (or the sessions, which began Sunday and will continue through tomorrow. Vice President Turner Munsell of Chicago is in charge of the meeting. Also taking part are Raymond Johnson of New York, vice president in charge of agency affairs, and O. R. Carter of St. Louis, regional vice president. The north central division of the company has its headquarters in Chicago and includes 19 offices in the central stales. Tomorrow personnel of New York Life's east central division will begin similar sessions lo continue through Saturday. Vice President Verne Stanford of Cleveland, Ohio, will be in charge. Carter and Vice President Andrew Thompson of New York will also lake part in the easl central division sessions. Travnliam Houston Father Hies Al 97 Charles Mulloy Houston. 97, a retired Disciples of Christ minister, teacher and builder and father of W. Travnliam Houston, manager of the tax department of American Enka Corp. here, died yesterday al the home of a daughter, Mrs. Frank C. Christian, in Barboiirsvillc. Va. Houston was believed to be the oldest living graduate of Transylvania University. Houston is survived by bis daughter and son; his widow, Mr. Huby Traynham Houston; Iwo other soas, Charles W. Houston, a member of the staff of Ihe Richmond News Leader', and David S. Houston of Alexandria. WNC Bills Are Ratified Sorrial to Th Otipn RALEIGH. N. C. June 10 Two Buncombe County bills were rallied into law today by the General Assembly. One requires cemeteries operated for private gain and offering perpetual care to maintain a trust fund to assure the promised care. The other act requires junk dealers to keep complete accounts of purchases of metal, leather and rubber. Both measures bring Buncombe under state-wide laws from which it heretofore has been exempt. The assembly also ratified an act making it unlawful for unauthorized persons lo trespass on a watershed from which a community gets water that is used unlreated as a public water supply. The bill was introduced by Rep. Leonard Lloyd and applies only to his home county of Graham and lo Swain County. Births Airman 1-C and Mrs. William Deilz Fowler, Stalcsville, a son June 7 in Memorial Hospital there. Fowler is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Fowler of West Ashcville. St. Joseph's Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hawkins Asheville RFD 4, a daughter June 10. Mr, and Mrs. Leonard Rogers, Mars Hill RFD 1. a son June 10. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Hunter, Marshall RFD 2, a son June 10. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Roberts, Candler RFD ,2. a son June 10. Memorial Mission Mr. and Mrs. Samuel E. Fistier, McKinney Road, a son June 10. Licensed To Wed W. P. Hendrix. 30, Asheville, and Ina Jane Wilkie, 18, Fletcher. James Jennings Gillespie, 19, and Betty Jean Vaughn, 18, both of Leicester. Ilnrry Lee Garrison; 26, Weaverville. and Nell Louise Ramsey, 21, Asheville. John Taylor Brown, 20. Swanna-noa, and Virginia Sue Anderson, 20, Indianapolis, Ind. Arthur Eugene McGaha Jr., 24, Brevard, and Jenny Lind Erick-son, 22,. Asheville. Real Estate Transfers Isabel M. Donnelly Goebel to Richard A. Adair, property in Black Mountain. O. C. Rogers to O. C. Corbin. property on Albermarle Rd. O. W. Morgan lo J. W. Bennick, property on Morgan's Branch Rd. Hubert Fox to H. V. Batlen, property in Jackson Park. C. K. Brown to L. P. Bryan, property in Beaverdam Ward. William M. Ashe to L. G. Crouch, property on Haywood Rd. Helen P. Rowell to William A. Jerr and James R. Lively, property in Summer Haven. John II. Brown to Harvey Haynes, property on Pinebrook Terrace. A. L. .larrell Sr. to A. L. Jar-rell & Sons Inc., property in Beaverdam Ward. A. L. Jarrell Sr.. et al, to A. L. Jarrell & Sons Inc., property on Leicester Highway. Dr. Ray Verrie Proffitt to James A. Lamb, property on Oakland Ave. Mrs. Clara H. Hoffmyer to Phyllis Myron, property in Haw Creek Ward. Paul A. Swearngau to Mark Sumner, property in Malvern Hills. Charles E. Stroupe to Paul V. Teems, property in Swannanoa Township. Henry Roberts to James M Webb, property in Limestone Township. Patrick B, Nugent lo Helen P. Rowell, property in Swannanoa Township. R. M. Moore to Arvil W. Seay, property in Lower Hominy Township. Daisy Hensley to Lloyd H. Witt, property in Flat Creek Township. Frank L. Bradfbrd to William R. Roberts, property on Salem Avenue. Lovie Sumner Warner lo Eleanor R. Bower, property on Grovewood Road. Board of Tax Supervision lo the following: Gordon C. Ray, properly in Avery Creek Township formerly listed in name of W. 0. Blanken-ship. Alex Wardrup, property in Swannanoa Township formerly listed in name of Alex Wardrup. R. C. Bracket!, property in county formerly listed in name of Allen D. Hall. Mrs. Jessie C. Harper, property in Fairview Township, formerly lisled in name of Howard Harper. Building Permits Royal Crown Bottling Co.. neon sign, 32 College Street, $900. Jacob Gilmore, repair residence. 14 Knob Street; $350. William Lewis, 927 Haywood Road, reroof residence, $200. Sam Anderson, addition to res- Four Held On Charge Of Kidnaping LENOIR, N'.C, June 10 Four men were being ln?ld here without bond today on a charge of kidnaping a 16-year-old Wilkes County girl, the sheriff's office reported. They arc Lank Lee Whisnant, 27, Tommy Austin, 25, Wayne Coffey, 13, all of the Patterson section of Caldwell County, and Howard S. Penley, 24, who gav 1.' address as Rt. 5, Asheville. Miss Shelby Mean Greene, who swore out tiie kidnap warrant, was quoted by police as saying the lour lorccd her into an automobile June 2 and look her against her will to Greensboro before returning her to her home near Fcr. guson the morning of June 3. The ,nen were quoted by officers as saying the girl accompanied them willingly. The four are scheduled to appear tomorrow in Recorder's Court (or a hearing. idence, 36 Beech Street, $200. , Mrs. Evelyn R. Fairchild, remodel residence, 329 Pearson Drive, $200. J. A. Burke, reroof residence, 153 Clinton Avenue. $200. WE'RE OVERSTOCKED! SE40 Our regular 6.75 per gallon House Paint, this sale - tVlth rarh 4 gallon sale, you are enlillrd to buy our 4 inch Paint Brush, tO QQ value $3.75, for only Jfc07 INTERIOR FLAT WALL PAINT $4.65 Gal. $1.29 Qt. These prices are unheard of. and while Ihrv lasl S-A-V-E. PALMER - LIPE PAINT GO. 82 Patton Ave. Dial 3-3731 Stradley Klecleil To Angus Association J. H. Slradley of Ashcville has hen elected lo membership in the American Angus Association al i St. Joseph, Missouri, Frank Rich-! ards. secretary, announced yes-j lerday. i Stradley was among Ihe six' purebred Aberdeen-Angus breed-1 ers in North Carolina to be named lo membership during the past I month. i Kail Poinl Pen Theft Nets Man 9-MonlU Term Charles Patrick Gillenwater. 82. of Buncombe County, received three years in prison after pleading guilty yesterday in U. S. District Court here lo three counts of forging checks. Sentence was passed by Judge Wilson Warlick of Newton. Arizona Franks Martin, 34, of Swain County, pleaded guilty lo a charge of theft of a check from a mail box and drew two years in prison suspended and placed on probation three years. Robert Lee Henson. 33, of Buncombe County, pleaded guilty lo a charge of thelt of ball point pens from the lobby of the Asheville Posl Office and received nine months in prison. m Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Finds Healing Substance That Does Both Relieve Pain Shrink Hemorrhoid New York, N. V. (Special) - For the first time science has found a new healing' substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids nnd to relievo pain -without surgery. In one hemorrhoid case after another, "very striking improvement" was reported and verified by doctors' observations. Pain wag relieved promptly. And, while gently relieving pain, actunl reduction or retraction (shrinking) look place. And most amazing of nil this improvement was maintained in eases where doctors' observations were continued over a period of mnny months! In fact, results wer so thorough that sufferers wera able to make such astonishingstatements f ''Piles Jiave ceased lo be problem I" And among these sufferers were a very wide variety of hemorrhoid conditions, some ot 10 to 20 years' standing. All this, without the use of nnrcotics, anesthetics or astringents of any kind. Tho secret is a new hcnling aubstnnce (Bio-Dyne) the discovcryof a world-fomous research institution. Already, Bio-Dyne is in wide uso for healing injured tissue on all parts of the body. This new healing substance is ofTcrcd in miiwsiloru or ointment farm called 'reparation H. Ask for individually scaled convenient Preparation H suppositories or Preparation tl ointment with spe-einl applicator. Preparation H in old at alldrugatnres.Satisf action guaranteed or money refunded. R. c. fl. Tit. Off. te ll 03 MM I IfejsDh8 J for the BIG APPLE! Sizzle and savor are the buy-words at the Big Apple, a new Drive-in Restaurant on Old Black Mountain Highway. And the owner's handy helper is the BIG "E" . . . Electricity! Wherever you look in this modern eating place, you'll find electricity hard at work. Modern lighting helps attract customers and make their stay more pleasant. Mr. Grant Hensley, owner, uses the. Big "E" to help store the food, prepare it, cook it, grill it, toast it or french-fry it. And for plenty of hot water, he relies on the fast, dependable Electric Water Heater. Restaurant Operators can profit from Mr. Hensley's experience of fifteen years in the food service held. He tells us that in the face of increased operating costs, lie chose electric cooking and water heating equip-. ment because of their advantages, benefits and economy. The folks at CP&L are pleased to know that the management of The Big Apple thinks so highly of the Big "E". We wish this new rv . t n . l . Perhaps your business ran profit from the urivc-in ixcsiau.aiu every suc- rlenn, economical performance of modern cess, elertrie appliances. For further Information at no obligation, just rail or write your nearest IT&L Office. (CAROLINA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY)

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