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God Leads His locple '
' August 1, 1CC7
Read Exodus Ch. 13-14
cr i tt t r ."is. . ..:.
Liot e ill ;.i"-nt quota 1 for
" ' ! ' ',ict for the month of An-
? l - a Von cat a
.. ' ' jn's share of this quota1 Why did God not use the direct
U re e letted from applicants road to Canaan insieau vw
i t".e above counties. , I rough and out-of-way path thru
It is expected that Room ; 210' the mountains of Arabia! That is
Port trfice Balding, Wilmington,
II. C, will be the permanent ad
dress for the Navy Recruiting of
fice for this territory. , v ' -
the thought question with -which
to begin your study. ;s a
. To help find the - answer we
must go back to former lessons; In
Midian God said to Hoses, "That
Lvery tLirj has been grlrs fine
until tie Lrai,!iies look tack and
see the army of It. closing in
on them. Eo they know Codt Ko,
they begin to rsrmur and A?Z
for the graves f rypt. Does Pha-
roah know uooi oo, ne shu
thinks that God is unable to lead
the people out and overcome him.
But listen at Hoses. "Stand still
and see the salvation - .of the
Lord.", The mighty hand of j God
led Israel across on dry land by
drivin? back the waters lor a
d. : i-.;cg:iam for
LZAL NATIONAL NEED
ing"the term 'limited-Profit
housing agency' means any assoot
that I should obey.
Him T' Then
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anon, cooperative, iimica-uiviueat. t.t. , 4.1..
that none of it is so, corporation, rural home ;V owners I ba,1, .
' e!1 t'.e legislation before the
3 it wouia not oe exirava
i 1 1 character nor as wjae- association"- organizeo w oevei- j mi Bharaoh
1 as the Wagner-Stea-'op or administer low-rent housing that I ant God." " This
.-rent Bousing Bill Con- .pIviects.,l;-vvyHt.K:ffl; t-ty h.&imU- Mnm mii
. I s leen busy with various! The importance '..thesrliaiij. i, carrying out .this put'
1 (f tie farmer's problem, of I subsequent provisions of the Bill '-nose.. The ten plagues .2 have, el
auon. out, aiier ran,
'-tion while of nation
. . tance, is ..of particular
i to those engaged in agri
3 or in industry. '
' i Vagner-Steagall Low-Bent
' -j Bill, however, looks to
. t rovement of living oondi--,
iM both urban and rural cit-
my people may know, me.". It was path. On the other side they turn
Moses' task to net .the .people to 'and look back, having been saved,
know God. Then von i remember. but they see the Egyptians-00m-
Moses' going to Pharaoh and ask- ingacrooe too so they begin -- to
insr for the remission to Jeave, I lose faith again.- Pharaoh is still
and Pharaoh said, Who is God; saying, "I am greater than your
God." In the midst of the tea, the
chariots broke down.' God allowed
the waters to-return nd 'the
host .of Pharoh was drowned. -' .
wEsTDt now -rewwniies' that
The legislative decks of Cong-
rest are beiwr cleared for action
Speedy consideration will be given
to important measures already in
the Congressional Jhopper, many
having' already undergone the
scrutiny of committees. Adjourn'
ment of what has been one of the
three longest, sessions. of, the. last
i hannened'and the Children ant Moses, and we see them - as" ""1 TTZ'JS,
in the fact that a rural commun-1 o Iirael are berinnine the iourn-' they rather on the other shore Z rJi2JZlTA.i.
ity needing housing does not have ey Bnt u Mt yet jready . and ling the songs of victory ihru lCto
to await any state of local legisla-, to reCognize a greater.JKmg tthan their od.
tipn. A group of citizens can set; ne i, g0 follows.; Theyare trap-'TMs is
just an outlinorf these, narolinLth(! JJL a hma bm
i vv-r:-vr"i;:f .
. slums of the industrial ci
t' 1 r e obvious. They lend them
c conveniently to dramatiza
I 1 r id visualization, But the bad
I 2 in rural areas is scattered
' 0 .; r the length and breadth of A
c ' a. Much of it is of f the main
travelled highway,, on "back" or
fa nn roads. The wretched hovels
cf company towns often are jnuJc-
.11 from the travelers view ft by
oods and beautiful scenery. n
If but little has been said, een,
and done about rural housing, it
is not through lack of - sympathy
on the part of urban dwellers jand
legislators; it was rather because
of a lack of knowledge of the. ex
tent of the situation, Fortunately,
the experienced municipal,, hous
ing executives who drew up -nthe
Wagner-Steagall Bill, ware aware
of the fact that all. of the : one
third of the American jpeonle.
whom the President described as 1 has -not had a national housing
, "iu-housed" did not live in cities. poucy, but this great social neces-
These men and women knew their ; srty will be met by the. Wagner-
America. They wrote into . the SteagaU Bill, in which the sound
Wagner-Steagall Bill provisions
which make it possible to attack
and remedy bad rural housing as
well as city slums. .,
The opening paragraph of the
Wagner-Steagall ' Housing Bill
reads: "There exist in urban and
rural communities throughout the
United States slums, blighted are
as, or unsafe, unsanitary, or over
crowded dwellings." , . -
Thus the sixth word of the pro
posed Bill recognixes rural need
and any new farm bill - will, s of
course, exercise an influence j,pn
the income of the agricultural
population. . ; '
.WAGE AND HOUE BELL As
a result of careful consideration
up wu, t6 pea at the.aeaBea.txne teaj oe- xwo cnapen. wo u u v. Iarm ieKislation.(.The former
association, develop their? plans ore them, the. mountains en one for your own goodV As you fonow vitaBecT the Tworkiiwt
and obtain fundi under the -pro-i,M. thn ,dMurt on thk othev sldv the history of Israel na will oft-1T'JlJ'
visions of the; .'Wagner-Steagall
Bill exactly as the housing auth
ority of a city would.
To facilitate the building of ru
ral housing, urban housing auth
orities wilLlend assistance to, ru
ral housing associations in i ,their
vicinity while , to both such asso
ciations and those in states .where
there are.no municipal .housing
authorities, the American Federa
tion of ...Housing Authorities , -will
make available . technical c . assist
f rom its own legal and technical
advisory staff, i y.' :&-.T
. Many friends, of- housing and
slum clearance have not under
stood the, wide scope of the BilL
It is intended to set up a national
program for a national need ; in
which town and country can par
ticipate. , - . .,,'
Slums and bad housing are evils
that no nation or community can
tolerate." ; '.
The United States is . the only
civilized country in the world that
side, tte, desert on.thftoflier sidev the history of (Aa, oountless ahundreds'
sua jne army 0I rAaraon. U BO-, en wonaer way w w U ndutrinl workara is th state
nina mem. n- . , ' . : ' ukdh w iun ua w wv.-ii,
,;We want to be.veryareful not, ask yourself, "Is my . trust in
to forget that the pillar of v fire' flod beyond a waver!"
by night and pillar of cloud by ' Hote again - Exodus 14;13.
dav is the revelation of the: ores' "Stand still and see the salvation
ence of God leadine the people, of the Lord lor the Lord shall
Why then did He lead them ,to;.fight for yon." IKnrt expect God; o e
this trapt To how; Hi. Sovereign; to A M -to fiffS
., ';- J"u "ji " 'b"" " wage and hour bill to be given
... ; ".;s:,t;,.. "tr'Zv,!',,.;:. 1 early attention, provides only bas-
W.WftH to Sneak at HallsVlIIe standards for maximum hours,
Bobert C. WeQs young attorney
of Kenansville will be the - guest
speaker at the meeting - of the
men at Hallsville " Presbyterian
church next Sunday night at 8:00.
I minimum waees and child labor.
A. H. Miller will have charge of The administering board would bel
the program. AH the men of the given some powers of adjustment,
community are extended a r most, based on forty cents an hour and
cordial invitation to attend , ithis, forty, hours a week. Many highly
Mrs. H. D. Maxwell was a Ken
ansville vbitor Monday.: : "
James Southerland and Bodney
Harper went to Atlantic :. Beach
Bobert Grady, editor, of The
Dunlin Times is off on his vacat-
I inn n vmV 'taiA Hntrh Maxwell
est principles developed ln Brit- is working in the office. 4Annie MaxwelLi Jon CMaxwjeU
land Jennie Maxwell and others.
ish and Continental practice have fieversl of the ladies from Cho-
been adopted to the American lo- 'colate attended the 0. . S. meet
cale by bringing to the creation ' ing in Kenansville Tuesday nite.
of such a program the experience : Mrs. J. D. Williamson and sis
of members of American municip-ter, Mrs. Mabel Holt, Mrs. J. F.
at housing authorities, city and Williamson and children of Pink
regional planners. ; j ji j. ;r? Hill visited at W. B. Goodings
Citizens of rural communities and at Maxwell's Mill .Saturday
who are interested in i improving ' afternoon. ' :
housing conditions in their local- J i Amensr those vMting in the
ity either through rural home ow- home of B, G. Maxwell and also,
ners' associations or rural cooper- q, ; m. Maxwell Sunday afternoon
ana rrom that point on bad rural- ative housing associations may ob- were Miss Celia Maxwell
uuusug ana iu remeay are never
overlooked. Further " on in - the
same section bad housing condit
ions "inimical to the general wel
fare of the nation" are referred to
as "impairing industrial and agri
cultural productive efficiency."
- Section 2 of the Wagner-Steagall
Bill further elaborate the sub
ject of rural housing: "The term
'consumers housing society' means
any association, cooperative or cor
porate body, either urban or rural
canized solely to promote f and
aljiinister " low-rent v housing,
whose- members are persons - of
low income in need of such hous-
tnin information about this . sub- PinV Will . . ' '. '
ject either by writing to the Am- j Mr. and Mrs. H. D. - MaxweQ
erican Federation of Housing Au- gave a weiner roast at. Maxwell'i
thorities in Washington, D. C, or Mill Saturday night, honoring
by corresponding directly . wit( their twin daughters, Bose and
their Senator or Member , of Con- .yiolet on the oocasion of their
gress. The; door has been opened j3th birthdays. Boasted weiners,
by the urban housing authoritiec .marshmaUows and iced tea was
through the Wagner-Steagall Bill served. Those present were J. A.
for the rural communities to par- Worley, Linda and Betty Edwards
ticipate in this . great national Catherine Jones, Martha v-Belle
program, but if members of Con-. Smith, Wanda TyndaU,
gress do not receive evidence: ;o Maxwell,: Emleigh Maxwell, Gra-
local interest in "such a program
from their constituents these ex
cellent provisions of the' Bill may
be lost. " '
r WILLABI) WE3TBB00B; Prop.
JTear Grady' School ;.:.vv;:;,v';'
Mapla Ice Cream, Beer, ; ; Ale
.' FATCT AKD HEAVY GBOCEBIES '
; Texaco Gas and Oil
TOUE EUCnSES3 APPEECIATED
THE MILLS OF THE
GODS GBIKl) SLOW
. BUT SUES,
r .THE TT-Tj OF -
MAXWELL GRIM) SLOW
- BUTPUEE. "
ham. Turner, Elbert Smith, .Ashley
Hill Aldridge, Mamie Ruth - and
Marie Smith, S. D. Turner Cool
idge and Virginia Turner, Jessie
Frederic Stanley and brothers,
Norman, Herman and Fletcher
Stanley, Mrs. W. B. Gooding, Via
toria Gooding, ' J. B. and - J. T.
Southerland, Martel Herring ' and
sisters, Mary Virginia and Francis
Herring. After all had enjoyed the
weiners and other good eats they
were invited up to the recreation
hall, where they all enjoyed nu
merous games until 12 o'clock.
The honorees received many nice
and useful presents.
Adolph Patterson and wife and
Miss Lillian Albertson and John
Vi m. Gooding attended the show
at Kinston Saturday night.
H. JfaxweU. Sr.made
brothers B G. Maxwell,
Spnngs and. others. .
Mrs, Mabel, MiHolt ia, visiting
hef daughter,: Mrs H.,Di.B4chard-
son at Hews, Bern.
' Gt-M, Maxwell of Seven springs
formerly of Chocolate celebrated
his 80th birthday Sunday, July
Otn, iie Jiad. as nis amner guests
his brother E. G. Maxwell -aad
and Jennie Maxwell and others,
At present his son, Jeff Maxwell
and wife of Augusta, Ga., are at
the Springs and Harold Maxwell
and famtfy ;olvHew..Bern.
v The Masonie picnic w will be
held atvMaxwell's Mill on iThun
dayr August 5th; A largo crowd is'
expected. iTherevwill,be special
speakers f 0 rthe occasion, and an
opportunity for fishing, boating,
swimming and other amusements.
It is an ideal place ifor picnicking
We hops Judge Bhutton wfll- be
present with his jolly good hum.
or and afford some good laughs.
K Mrs H. D Maxwell. Bose and
Violet and Miss Victoria Gooding
made a business trip to Pink Hill
-Miss Irene Kennedy spent Sat
urday night with Miss then Hous
Coy 8iimner..wai:th guest of
Miss Effie Hall Sunday afternoon.
Mr. andMrai W.' S. Kennedy
and chudrenpentatuTday night
with Mr. andtJIrs, John-Houston.
C. B. Kennedi and family visit
ed Hoah .Kennedy Sunday h after
: Misses iHazel and Emyline Ken
nedy were the guests of Miss Dor
othy Lee .Sunday afternoon.
Misses Gertrude and - Buth
Heath, tMiss Irene, Kennedy were
the guests of iMiss lues and Ernie
Houston Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. John Houston, Mr.
and Mrs, John Lee and children,
spent Sunday afternoon with Mr.
and Mrs. Phil Chessmore.
Rev. E. C. Kennedy will hold
services at the home of Mr. and
Mrs,, Johnny JlOwley FjAdajufte.
er ground meal is always better because the slow grinding
::s prevents scorched meal.
A:": Fcr r.!axve!Ps Meal
H. D. Maxwell, Prop.
business ..trin A&. Kinston Mondav.
,! The Grady-Outlaw . BwionlEvaryane is jnvited.to.come.
wiU. be held at Outlaw s school
house near the home of . E. G.
Maxwell on the last Friday in Au
gust A large crowd is expected.
i Mr. and Mrs.- Herman i Smith,
John Wm. Gooding and Miss Lil- i ill. -
lian Albertson went to Wallace
and Bose Hill Sunday. :
Mrs. H. D. Maxwell and child-
Hugh, Eose and Violet and
Misses Wanda TyndaU and Victo-
ria Gooding attended the show at
Kinston Sunday afternoon. '
Mrs. Victoria Erooding is - very
feeble, gradually grows weaker. .
Joe C. Maxwell cekbrate i his
1th bii-thday Z.m-1:-?, JJy 11 'a.
Ho, had for his dluz:r p. '1, lis
PIN HOQK :
r Mi' H.Henderson - is -.seriously
' The infant child 01 Mr. and
Mrs., John L. Pierce diedin the
Baby Hospital at (Wrightsville
Beach i Sunday jnorging.
) The infant, child of Mr. and
Mrs. Horman Henderson is .very
Liston E!ersou.made a hnsi
ness tnp to Canton, .Monday. '
Totacco is keeping the farmers
controversial features of the bill,
particularly as regards separate
wage and hour standards in ab
sence of union agreements are fa
vorabto to workers, have been e
Uminated. Of extreme importance
to the South is the regional differ
entials in minimum wages permit
ted in the revised buL The meas
ore would apply to all establish'
ments whose goods enter into in
terstate commerce or compete, in
a substantial way, with goods
moving into interstate commerce,
regardless o fthe number of em
loyees. Obviously, the great tobac
co, cotton and rayon manufactur
ing plants in the state would be
affected. And these - plants and4
their, employees may rest, assured
that members of Congress from'
the South are alive to the infln-i
ence, the wage and hour bill mayt
have on the Soumeren states and
are , ready, to, see that, the rights
of all are safeguarded.
; FAEM LEGISLATION The sit
uation as regrads new. and much
needed farm legislation blows hot
and cold. One day it looks as if
the Congress will speedily enact
new farm legislation, before ad.
journment. The outuook for a
heavy cotton surplus is a source
of concern. On other days the out
look for immediate action is not
In other words ,there are two
schools of thought on the subject.
One favors quick steps to aid the
farmers and to prepare for any
emergency now-while crops arel
good and prices are high; The oth
er school of thought is opposed to
temporary expedients and hurri
edly : drafted , laws. It includes
many Congressional veterans and
leans toward the idea of extensive
regional hearings to get .. at the
roots of the problem on a perman
ent basis. There is some merit to
this plane, when it is considered
that steps must be taken to meet
oondinons ahead that can only be
seen dimly now.
Beconooiaion between many
conflicting attitudes and ideas
and attempts to solve the farm
problem on the basis of economics
and not politics are essential to an
improvement 0 fthe status of agri
culture and those who till Jthe soUj
Dr.H. A, Edwards
FXTK KILL, Friday ' Saturday,
Kimday; KENANSVILLE, 1 Tue
dayj BEULAVILLE, Wednesday 1
EICHLANDS, Thursday. .
bat the rush will soon
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