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. ntucky Derby and the Preakness Cup at Pimllco,
11 ol the famous Man o' War, has become the .lead
, and his jockey, Charles Kurtsinger, the leading
tmpioiv has earned nearly S50.00GV for the owner,
18,000-Mile Yacht Voyage
Capt. Bailey Sawyer and Mrs. .Sawyer -shown fitting out their1 89-toot
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Australia. 1 Mrs Sawyer,- who learned navigation on a previous trip, will
xr,..n aii UantrT'ifiAM TViotr W1 a itV nil a rf ifot VtnfitMA rtf aiAfk MfF
Ai! iraiia, especially tne great Darner reei. mey.wm pb away xor inres
j. s and will take with them a craw of eight, mostly scientists. , ,
deduction County Debt f
Service Makes Big
, v :! , Saving For Taxpayer
' " 1 MUM I ! i
TheJummary of : the uniform
annual budget estimate for Dup
lin County, published elsewhere
in today's paper, shows the esti
mate of tax rate on $100 valua
tion for the years 193738 to, be
$1.65, or only 20 cents higher on
the $100 valuation than a year a
go, A reduction of .12 on : the
county debt service fund, from
.76 last year to .64 i this , year.
; - This reduction will mean a con
siderable saving to the . county's
taxpayers. , . , .
'. This slight increase . over last
year has been accounted, for most
ly in the Old Age Assistance fund,
Aid to dependent children, and
aid to the blind. The sum ' for
theseTthree items, M totals,, i . .13.
These were items that local offi
cials had nothing to 1 -do r with.
since, the original law is a feder
al law passed in Washington, and
comes down to the county govern
ments, - '
1 The remainder of the increase
is covered in a countv sunnlement.
for: current expense school ; fund,
raised from .06 last year to .16
this year. Capital outlay school
fund last year was .02. This year
it has been increased , to .06, an
increase of, .04, and debt service
on school fund, increased . from
.81 last year to .36 this year.
The biggest saving to Duplin
County taxpayers has been made
by the commissioners and . the
county accountant in the County
Debt Service Fund, ,12 being sav
ed to taxpayers on this one item
alone. Last year it stood at .76.
This year it has been reduced to
.64. - . . .
Judge Hamilton To
Preside Superior Court
Cut , Way Thru Tin
Roof at Prison
Hospital Room 1
Mrs. N. B. Bonev left Tuesday
for Montreat, Bf. C, to attend the
Auxiliary Training School of the
rresoyienan cnurcn tnere. mus.
Bonev is chairman of Distrrit Vn
6, of the Wilmington FresbyteriaL
vnurches in Duplin, Sampson
district. They are. Grove, at Ken
ansville: Warsaw. Gravs Memori
al, Clinton; Faison, Calypso, Mt.
i -""r. uniiiTTiMr ' Him mr. uuju uic
Pink Hill group, which includes I camP led y "Black Joe
. ?our prisoners, who cut their v
way throucrh the tin roof , f ih
hospital roof at the Duplin Coun
ty rnson t'amp near Kenansville
Thursday morning,, were, back be "
hind bars at the camn before in-
down. A posse of 100 men prison
and county official! and Duplin.'
County citizens wiA bloodhounds,
tracked the prisoners. The entire
maintenance department, of the '
countv hiehwav svstem biSeA in
the search for the men, also offi-
cials from the prison division in
this section of the state, k
The four prisoners, who had re-'
mained for the day on sick leave
escaped from the camp around e
leven oVlcok, J. B. Bray, orison
supervisor, who came to Kenans-
vuie Thursday afternoon from Ba-leig-h
to investifi-ate th Kr.nir :
said that the four convicts report- '
ea sick early in the morning whea
the other prisoners went out to
work on the roads and nm
to the infinntiry, from which they '
.Bloodhounds from the Wilson
Teacher Allotments For
'Sy-'SS Announced ' ; J
The allotment for 'l teacher, in 'COUNCIL PLANS
in Countv .elementary and i y?y? T
i schools was received by 0.
. ToLnson, County Superintend
t of schools, this week.
V. .e allotment gives 175 teach;
; fa the ten white schools in
v caunty. Wallace, with ; eight,
vs allowed for high school
s tlie largest allotment of high
1 teachres. while Beaulaville
s t!ie largest number of eleinen
y school teachres, there being
I t achers allotted to Beulaville
r elementary grades. Thi
' high school gets only
; i 8(hoi teachers. ,
!! comrlete - allotment' fol-
" "i C r, VT:
nsvllle, high school, 4;'el
ry, 13. , . - ,
iw, high j BchooL 6,' elc
7, 12. ' '
i, high siool,.3reemen-'
I'iph If school, 4: ele-
.-Mgh school, 5 f'cl
hi'gh school, 5; "elo
higih school, 4; cY
'. The Duplin' County counoil
meetinc was held in the Agricul
tural building in Kenansville, on
Friday, July Mrs.! F. F ; New
kirk, council president.! vresided.
After the song,) America'?! a the
club collect was repeated, t Forty
members answered to the, roll call
Dunlin Conntv Superior ' court
j will onen-a Jnly26th,vv-with
juage liUiner uamuion-, oi more
head City, in the . chair. - Judge
Hamilton will act as an emergen
cy judge in this court, taking the
place of Judge E. H. Cranmer of
Southport, who.is-ill and will be
unable to preside.
Fifteen nersons are now in the
iiupiis t'ounty , jau, awaiting
hearing in this term of court; v,
Three murder cases, and an ar
son case will be the chief ones to
oome before Judge Hamilton for
hearine. The cases': are: Willis
FearsalL Kenansville , i townshin
negro, charged with s the -,. fatal
shooting of James Jarman, color
ed; Badolph Strickland, white,
who is charged with murder in
qident in Wallace in "which - - one
youncr ladv lost her life: and Jas.
Fennell, David Huf man and Thur
man Stalling. . colored . youths.'
who will be tried on murder and
larceny charges growing ; out of ,
an: auto accident in which Macon
Cavenangh, , Jr., young Bose Hill
pi ios ms uie near waiiace. .
t T1l Vtt- tmm ei 4.1.1. 4
oi court, were printed in last
AT WHITE LAKE
CAMP A WEEK
k . -ii.. . Jt i ir . u iv.i
A letter irera nin.. Aooseven .m.j; i j.. .. u . uni
the Home Agent; and' tothevDup ! issue of. Th, Duplin Times,
J-LU, VVUUUJ - UVlUy - iWVUlVUONOjblVU
1 . t
'i scnool. 8: ele-
,'i school, 5;' ele-
'i school, 5 ; e!e-
; rives the, coun
! teachers. .
Jr., of Beu
h s tonsil
Clubs was read. ;.' A Inminating-
comnuttee. for new officers, in, the
fall was appointed : j tlllrs. k Edgar
Wells,; chairmaiiM Mrs. :; Norman
Carr and'Mrs, J.'E. Grady.vllrs.
Hugh Vells was -appointed Child
ueveioment .iseaaexUi:i was de
cided II at Duplin County pay $20
to the Jane S. Holummon Loan
Fund m 1938. A rising vote of
thanks was riven Mrs. E: B. Hale
for the lively gladiolus she furn
ished tor the fcootn;at the straw
berry festival.' r..j'..:;' : ; Jt: yv.
The fall federation, Was discuss- j
ed and it was decided that ' we
would have a nicnio snnner. with 1
nusDanas invitea, on' uctooer 8,
at 6 o'clock, at the Agricultural
Building in Kenansville. " -.The
meeting' was then turned
over to the Home Agent to J dis
cuss; the plan of work during 19
38. Jt .was decided - that Foods
nontinne as1 the jmaior tirniwit.
Iwith; Home Eeautification . ' as a
minor project. . ;;;Vri'f
After the rtonn ail iansr i "Its a
Good Time to Get Together," Miss
Elythe Burnett, of the Tide Water
rower and Light uompany, gave a
is For Sale
! The stock and
Kenansville was all astir earlv
juonday morning with 4-H club
bers getting an early start for
the White Lake Camp. They will
be joined at the lake bv members
'from, Columbus County to make a
complete camp, xney plan to re
The. Cams is beintr directed bv
miss Jamve Martin and - a v.
Jones, of the agriculture depart
ment of Dunlin County. Mrs. Ma t.
tie Kiggsby will have charge of
the educational work. Adult lead
ers for the camn are: Miss TWr
Swinson, Mrs. Eula Sanderson and
mrs. t. Uovd. -
Tbe following, members of the
Duplin clubs attended:
Faison? Alice Casey, Rnth Ede-
erton Minerva; ,. Lathan, , Meade
BelL Perry lewis, Thelma Dixon
and Joe Morton. " ., ;.':;:"?? y
. B. F. Grady Club, Lena Chest
nutt, Shirley Smith, B. K. Smitb,
Jr., Helen,. Parker, Arbntres Out-
law, ; Jttaiuey Smith,, and Morris
vrady- 'iji.s: v
' i Kenansville Club. Knth
cutt, Bobert Jones,; James Earle
4ones,,Uen Southerland, Helen
jaargaret McLendon, Edward Svk-
Smith's and Hebron in addition
to Pink Hill.
Mrs.-Boney is the first repre
sentative to ea from this disfrint
to an Auxiliary Training School.
She was accompanied by " Mrs.
MacNair Johnson. of Willard.
chairman of Distrcit No. 5. Mrs.
Johnson is a sister-in-law. nf n
P. Johnson, Duplin County Super
mienaent oi schools. "
Mrs. B. 0, Grady, of Wilming
ton. is -nresident of th Wilminir.
tou Presbyterial? ;
While' in Montreat. Mm. Knnv
ana juts. Jonnson will hn tmpatu
at tne JNOrtn . Carolina TTa.
which u operated by Mrs. B. 0.
vioniz, Jormeriy of this county
auc ireming sonoooi will be in
session from July 7 to 14.
store i f ixtnres.
saw mill equipment and a Fordson
tractor oeionging xo the late a. j.
Scott,, of Glisson township are for
sale. "x , i'jf.'::fi:-i
' The stock of merchandise con
sists of eroceries. drvsoods. hard
ware and farm implements.: '
In the saw mill equipment there
is an edger, planer and a 80 horse
power steam engine! -''vlSV.'-V'
' Those wishing to; , submit ' bids
should submit them to Vance B.
Gavin,! administrator. Kenansville.
a. u. Anyone wishinsr any further
information regarding the items
for sale may secure it from Mr.
Gavin. V 5 '.' :u'-':-:'v
Faison, July 8. With lima
demonstration on the use: of the ceana Dnnmg irom q, to a
Nesco Boaster and cooked a meal, box, the laison Auction , JTnrkct
consisting of a. roast and four has been boomiijf t'.rs veci.
vrrfitames; She snowed how tae
roaster could be used in the r " $1 f i
atles and fmit.!. .. !e, 5
I'.uic J .....! c;:n
,tfc, --. . JS3 c; ..
A very ddcctable
was enjoyel ly all
1.10 r r box. Cnia
C3 8 .1 3 Cu
? bri forn 43 to
f Wallace Club. MawmW wnt?
ams, Gladys Salmon, and Evelyn
Warsaw Club, Peggy Whitaker,
zei woya, Bteiut uoyd, Abegafl
Hales and Evelyn Hales. ; . ;
--iuu uiuu, . junnie
wumn, iveiyn Casteen,; Xibbie Fu
treal, and Helen Quinn. .-. v -'
Special sruests of the
John 'MUler, Jack; Allen, Barbara
Thomas and Billy Riggsby, John
Miller Will assist within. .
and Jack Allen will serve as camp
The croun left at 7. -an vrA
morning on a truck with a second
irucK loiiowing witih-. provisions.
There seemed to be an niimuii,...
of food which included plenty of
fners and fresh vegetables. All
were in eood snirits
mg lorwartt to a grand outing. '
fJachine Trouble '
After a splendid record of
t ting out on time for sever
al weeks, that nemesis of all
I "t slw ps, machine trouble,
man-hunter of the Prison Depart'
ments canine pack, tracked the
men,-..,,.. ....... . . ..... '
r r.tuvi9 WClO,
Bennie Willamsr sentenced - in
Hoke County November 16, 1936,
to five to eteht
Leemon Eckerson, sentenced in
Forsyth July 9, 1934, to six to
ten years for storebreakinio lar
ceny and receiving; Knh 1 Tot,in,
sentenced in Wake October 8, 19
34 to five to seven years ; for
hUThWaV rohhltmr anA 04.-1.
- -w j . utauicv
Hodge, sentenced in Gastoa ' in
August, 1930 to 11 to 20 years for
uicHung ana larceny.
Before 5 O'clock Thnnrlav .
ernoon two of the prisoners, Ben
me Williams and Stanley Hodge
were caDtnred in th
Magnolia, and taken back to th
pnson camp. Bennie Williains was
wounded sliehtlv in
with buckshot from a shot gun
sheU before being taken. The s
wound, Dr. G. V. Gooding, said
was not serious
CHANGE STBTPES ,s
FOB OVERALLS 4
When ta iron TOill.'. 'V ...
Hodge were wearing v oTeralls -None
of the men who; escaped
were in the A grade, or . trusty ;
class. They were all Class B and
C prisoners. whin .
wear stapes. Prison officials thot 'V
them to Wear strfnao" l;.- ... .5;
ftcials thought they had picked up i t
the overalh around the prison ?M
camp as the trusbrg wear overalls. V
i Leemort'Eckerson and Bob Tar ; '
lor, were capturedv somwh. i.J
' Mrs. Inez C. ' Boney, Duplin
voaniy. tmnenntendpnit. nf p,,ki,vi
weuare this week sent the fol
lowing letter to the nress nf ip
county: , I
"We are in receipt fo the fol
lowinsr oommnnimHnn fmm .!
w mvui M1G
State Commission of the Blind.
- "JA number of Superintendents
of ? Welfare have written us that
uiey are unable to get their blind I
clients examined by an ophthal
mologist so that we hav oalloiti
our field staff in and are makinirl
vai ajiaiureiiiKiiT.n ta nava a i . ' f vm-vuxmuie
ophthalmologist in your ) oounlZ. TtJraaH.
sometime during the week of Ju'Ij between Warsaw an
" to ao tms work for you. I 71- .V f,
'The Field Sunervisor will lt Is waght that an ordinarv (
. ... : can nnnr . . .
rise yvu next was nrhar j i
honr an ophthalmologist can come I
w your , ooumy. xnis inf onnati
wui DO SCtn ta van Tar-.
wwvmuuj iw villi T.n nAV'.' . - r - wcu
-b wo nspuait on the ?
of, and from 'the . ;roofto
ground. Once on tliA - 0
negotiated the p"; "
f-Once on- thground flJ$$MV
and on to Hi -z ti
ihe nnsonBrf cmv -.!.;; ..
a rtruciie akrbf' t
2rW director l (
of th dion,aid they probably " ;
wu e;ven additional snV :
tence4. The nin mtn i - " V ;
grhetoid,--;;;;, x. 4
WW v jv
wuua wa au the blind - who
auouw m examiniwl : J v
them at your office. We are tak-
us out ox a special,
very limited fn. j II ' . '
thalmologist can come Into your
wwuubj vul, gnna an That . ir , j.
very important for all blind appli
cant or those Iran.
oaught up with us this week
H B"oidahly delayed th5
Paper. We regret that this oo
curred, and wish to assure you v
IJat our entire staff has work-
Baddock by Smn.
week's um i uredprodm.
iwa vn . p IS out-1 we market as t
!7i.W the nble I ter modified' "
adjusted, and -.i.. " lTh e.h .,...
to our many reader again, on I TtT
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