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, . .'i will be held
t i .t v t"e finals on
i ' t. Will the two-day
. ' f the semi-finals and
i t'..e teams -will have
Wl t i orportunity to meet .each
o'ln at top strength. The
' of tUe teams can not oe
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Vt' ii'.Pd Cilt TOUl una ji - wv
rV ' ir s'ason, ' .
Use foliowjr.? men were ap
r' -te as tie Tonrnameut ,Com
5,1. :A. J. n, CUmn., E.
I). I -rton, and 1). D. I lantliard.
C :i:3 for the tournament have
t L yet been announced.
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i f 'on
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, a r'V'.'v.T ct
i fvii-er Bts-
i i. J.i,e J.
.1 1 J j te pre-
Crr, Health Office
frtd that twn or
to te preschool
s and is ' quite
- t t"M full COOP-
jvk-s 0f pnpiin
Vs, .,.nan's lu,bs,
, r 1 o" ?r "organizut
, f '1 publicity to
' i to- be held
,. 1 i lie's, fiat the
i . ...a qtid Aeeeiye
i -nWnn. and that
i- r f a ontint.v board
x tliat ro child be
r stl .1 who; has
. mi',1. mx vaccin-
', e.J'er from their
i cr we neaitn oe-
itjzi era crrr
;. s. is tciacco acileace
Duplin is among one of the
first 25 counties in the united
t.' in tolcco acrc""e, ine
Lrst five coiiulies in tulacco
ftcrcaee in the United States
are located in Korth Carolina,
figures just, released in Wash
ington show. "
t .Mitinn i North Caro-
Una counties ar' in the . first
in tVii pnnntrr.
: r "... .
. vm TfiTitiw. witn a, toDocco
ftTpn' V of more than 32,000,
iaA 1ia list nf tobacco erow
i nnimips. In order Demna
Pitt "eome Io'":tonv Nash, Wil
son and JUH i. The, monopoly
KrnVen r v Knhftrtson County,
Tenn- in $ixth place, but Wake
County is sr ' n. 0n$ Virgin
I , -rou.'
' 1 -"S K"
uti Ci'olina and one
nia r.nnntv make up
10, with 11th' place
T - ir County,- X. X,
,U Ci'''"t conn
t SI J t J a;-.e,
v'" ' ".'-am,
- " . Cul' !-aS
The above picture iB the way the ;
I new Jones unapei wui iook wueu
otoil TtiA ii pm rViiirnli is un-
IUliWV. ' "w " -J
.....Knl an tfi'J PYTlPPTpd
to be ready for use about, April
i Tho n put inn ams aisft took ou
a new setting. The new home is
TTnlf lrnr (n Alhertson tOWU-
ship. TheN building is another step
KohmmIvs of T
will Lnd re?l mni"
You will find on the Grocery
page mat leaung grocers m
Kenansville and Vvarsaw are
placing their ads in the TIXEtS.
iney are ouering you real val
ues, if you do not believe s it
read their ads. They are run
ning specials every week and if
you are interested in .saving
? - i. .ti. j : - j ..
xuuiiey . xettu , men i aus chvu
week and trade with them.
Also you will find many oth
er merchants using the TIMES.
we call your ' attention tnis
week especially to Efird's in
JCinston, who are offering real
values in new spring : aiessea.
TteaA thpir A i vfM want t
know: what nictures are on at
Warsaw, Wallace and Kinston
tneatres ana wnat tney are an
about read the theatre pugc.
There von -will find their ads
and also write ups - concerning
the various jhows. Yon wu
nna find frep. nassns ill some uf
them, Better read them as your
name might 'be listed. '
' ThA TIMES in fthofik fnlt nf
good reading matter and good
aas. ior yon every ween, neu-
every page. , - -j -
A iawnawd lwtwuvw
in the -apparent rebirth oi I? Old por Roard Of
Prospect, which was somewhat of , W UUUl U ,
a communtiy center and electiotf . pj -j a ?
nmt.nrior to 1900. Durme recent EaUlauUIl
r .i . fix X iK. I
vim fnlts. last week and week
before last we told you that Dr.
Earker, Eotary International lec
trt he in Kenaniv-
.-1 . .i vrr vtArt h
Tiue anil wara-aw. we jw "v)poau prior w xvw, xuixjufi
iroo An Aiitctflnfi mn' sne alter uui vonro tho vrrniin Tflwiiiiea. wmcui
we couldn't tell you now gooa m BP the tmmeaiate resiaenw p rates, of Paison, announc
: " . ' of Ue community, tpgewer wiiu th weev jjj. catKlidacra ipr
"ve this or not: On Tuesdpy. rU.. L.olt, who built store member of the Board of Education
li., ut at U.e WHlSttW--,, l -mm.- vutic diu w v fc"--B ' 1-
tmiu.ii le spoke to "R good sizeoi to Uid JTospecty as weu as newr
crowd. He talked for two solid' name. The community is MlWiS;
limiTii and not a nersoA in -tnei r known as rrospect ouj : p.oii
house had realized they were lis- Store. Last year the Tide i Water
fnr two Pnwpr finmnaiiv constructed a line
-itii in. m .ron!?h. Wordsl from the Grady school to Hon s
. . . a t r .4-. ami! -nam hTioa ha
ringng np almost over ;
to say that U eyery person m F TUc new cmuw wiu raw
x i:l nA,,4n nn,7'1 Votif -TW UIia Anvirnnft the TelimOUS atniOS-
Barker once a weu fw one month jj here which all progressive ;. corn
after that every porn in Inf. in Li'ities must have. Through the
would be a much cetlcr
person,- , live a better iua. ana
ii mil lil V.a a rnnunrat.p,d Christian.
We are noi stretching one word
or tns n you ao not oeiive n
anyone who heard him. -
TJ day starts at eleven in the
,vr- when ,be spoke to the
I ool in Jteiwuwillier He
Ui t v an hour telling the
kn ov I dv'i hnwi : to develOD
MUJ a u.m fc,af . -m
hpaHh. h"-v to study and
in Dunlin Conntv to succeed W. X
uraay, cnairman, wno u rowing
at the end of his present term.
, xx. Uate 8 annonncement me
only new name in the political a
rena this week. , ' ' ' ' '
C. E. ttuinn, for house of re
presentatives; D. 8, Williamson
ana Aiex &oruesHj inj.-Buciu-,
Tim Pmsaiv. fnr Jndf-R. Sew nam-
eft are expectea to enter me pic
ture most every aay irom now uu
Thomas W. Waters, of Warsaw,
member of the Duplin County
UTolfara TkoTiormpnt. who estl-
.t ha iia trftvpied more
uum wMs.il w
than the distance arouno me
world 25,290 miles, via the hitch
t.iv rnnfa Mr Watp.n has trav
III I. , - -
lJ i,i. AiatunM frrati niR nomt
excu win, i"-vv . -
: xxTarvam in irpiifliisviiie. where
t rvrV atifi hnjk nmiin. He has
spent only 65c for travel erpense,
ir mn- tim-i ok son
In oovcriug uio iuwaw m.,
miles that he has traveled: -
Ready Next Week
Wadiineton. he jtttininiS'
tratton's new f arm ; program, re
ceived Senate approval, Konoay,
after weeks of Congressional eon-
; ; Th hnllrtf measure m -""
gone to lie White House for Pres
Waahinerton. The Roosevelt -
administration set in motion to-.-. ."
nigh machiery to carry out the
gigantic " crop-control program ,1
signed into law tnis aiteraoon oy
the Chief . Executive. '
vTWlari-itr that. th measure for !.t
, wa ' . z a
regulation of farm production ana ;
marketing was nistono iegiiav-
ion," Mr. Boosevelt added that it - -
represented the - "winning or one '
more " battle f or an unaenying
farm "policy that will endure." - ' , v
Presidential approval ciearea
the way for Secretary Wallace to
exercise enormous power in deal-; s
ing with such problems as over ,-
production and pnoe-aepressing , -surpluses
of the five basis crops, . .
cotton, wheat, corn, tobacco and C
Obviously pleased at enactment
of the bill which completed on
Monday a rough journey through
uongress, wauace announcea mat -the
2,250,000 cotton and tobacco
farmers would be given an oppor
tunity within 30 days to express
themselves on it most restrictive
provision, ' , -. v
They will be asked to approve .
a marketing quota system design- , -
ed to now surpluses oil tne mar
ket until they are needed. ' Wal-
lace explained- that burdensome v .
surpluses of cotton and tobacco -now
Tli nnntaa ffn Intn pffppt if -
! two-thirds of the farmers voting
,i - j. . xrx- .
in tne xeierenaa approve. iumt -
aons or quota regulation ,wm
mean cash penalties. . i'
TOBACCO AKD C0TT0H ,
e:.rts of M. B. Eolt and. Tommy
i th hinimnff is Dei&E cuu-
nirtd. Kr. Holt is clerk of the
Jones Chapel church. Mr. Stroud
donated tne iana on wuiuu uic
new building is located. Commun
ity contnDuuons ma-te up uie us
ance of the costs, together with re
ceipts from sale of the old church
property located about - a -. mile
from the Grady school. , '
Jones unapei was ma. oiauur
Record 25 wins
Snnli a nnnk ivstfrnl would '
seek to hold 1938 production and v
marketing of cotton to around
10,750,000 bales .oomparea wita -last
year's erop of 18,747 bales.
The production goal for flue cur-
ed tobacco will be set at about -
700.000,000 ; pounds ' comparea 1
with, approximately 800,000,00
last year. ,
, Th tipw nroeram uses the me-,
sent soil conservation act as its '
foundation. To induce tramers to4
keep production in line with -market
needs and to observe soil v
building practices, the govern-
mailt mill nnntiniia ta na- fiaab
benefits, for which an expenditure
of $500,000,000 annually is au
thorized. .. -v
In his statement, Mr. noose
I. - . .
'The President's approval will nroeram does not entail
..t mnt nnt. nf it -whv theyied in liua ann -
r-.mii.-l Hpvplnn will nower and last Jones, one iuuc "
F - - ...I
wny tiiey snomu
1 L-J I:i iv.;:,:j
, jj. yonr-r Elan with tlioes and
' -t t '-ns on the porch in
g;i e on one the the warm
s. A i..;e way to helr the doc-
ct i "T my car on the
L' ry, v ft sonndiri horn,
1 i i a I I curve a; l 8.L
! , 'iit'e cent"r of t'.e
, !i i'-r bai,k of t .e
" , i sryi?g," "P-ve
, v " in t' i
i. t t i:r.;
i - s tuiy a
hut nnt, least
rufi with all their miut ainst
i p r.mnv tpmrlfttions t.ioinz Oem
tftflnv In his fc 'It he iia:,'.;ated
by action how to siaiiy and to use;
t;ie.r will pn'er, ana now anu.
At one o'c'.u'c le n -'e a stir- ,
1. .1 . . lnn.ili. I C'
ty, Ecgister of - Deeds. Together
nith r p -j ah (a worxen w. ju.
TTU 1(iVha nf M. "R. Holt. ' and
fie church -was established rs a
r-ionary Baptist, ' -
The present officers are M. B
make effective the huge effort at
iMUbAnnKAM onfi -maiketin con
trols for five major crops on wlWch
Congress began worn last iau.
The bill, which it is expected
m h nmrA nromutly by the
any greater annual cost tnan tne .
half billon dollars authorised un-, , ;
der the present program. v ' '
ine exception is a provision iw
making "parity" payments when
prices for the five basic crops are .
Tii iiu Sextet has made wm e ea J?' J2JT. below the level which would gire
PTfPrt record of 25 wins out of President, proviues loru.-, oropi a Bllrohasiiig; power - . ,
?hf 25 iaSKyed, Tloey havfe Uion of the present sod censer- equivalent to mat of the 1909-14 ti
MLRre 'oliSbr.Mitt Program and for establish- period. In tteory, these payments, ; , ,
ment he d in wauace W " Igrowers retuii eauivalSitto thoie '
e o n ' in v. j v ti i
men. I n r ir
tcrms he 1 t' ! l i
pvptv r -1 i i a t , i c
mi? - 7 b',u ' I f
0". , ,
; e I
y r, u. t s,
si ' to & 3 .
Cf 1 0 V I
z x i ..a t e i
T " '-y t l
- - c e 1.-'
it 1 1 e :
.- s- if"
j 1) o i 0
I t 3
r" rf J. is. ana w. m. aoii.
J. ' It. Soutehrland j deacons,
L. J. Powers, of Beulaville, is
t:ie minister. .
The building, when completed
v : 1 cs' t about $1500. It will seat
J in the main auditorium and a-
bout 430 with the bunaay ocnow
K'Vills Mayor -i
J T,. Jrrllt. Kenansville May-
i- ma a in vuprM in receipt of a
Ami,M.A tn tli finals after de
Ifeating Franklin 13-10 and Atkin
In the finals Beulaville sextet
jolcuit.it TiirkM -with a score of
23-20. Thigpen and D. Kennedy
aim1 A nmnta each for the Win
ners. Britt dropped in 12 points
for Turkey. Mabel Kennedy, Ben
laville. guard, received a medal,
second among tnose awaxaeu, wc
girls, for her excellent playing.
Coach Hargett's sextet is : going
strong. ,- 1 ,
to Their Credit
1 2 ;
I ' 1
' '1 I
1 I .
7 1 it)
,i to c
1 ( f 1 ;
i ecome "voluntary
'.anize' a better
.ee to sponsor a
. ng in Kenansville
rioe when supplies are heavy and
approve in reierenaa.
- The senate approvea uj
to 31 roll call for this measure,
-m,. Mil nrmridea for the Pro
clamation of cotton quota with
in ten days aftet tne signature
ut' the President and of tobacco
xnita within IK davs. It was in
a;a : Vnndnv at the Depart-
(uyowi. y. - . .
ment of Agriculture tnat me iuu
time would not be taken on either
quota, but that both will probab
ly be prooiannea next wee
"I express the honest convic
tion that it is the best farm Ml
. ... : m- ynaoted DV an mww
The Jieuiaviiie quim uu bu u- fj-n-tor Al-
broken record of 27 .victories in Com", declared I Senator
oasmnau. ,neui. p-i" rrr.?, .i;;
uTora wnn in the iirst annual uour jiemocrauo ieuw m
County Touranment, held at Wal-(bate on the bill.
, f..Jll. nniiit QflH(Wn I
lace. jocui" h"- 1 . . 1
to the finals alter aeieaung
nt th m-A.war twriod.
Mr. Boosevelt pointed out, Howy
ever, that funds for such payments
would not be available unless Con-"
gress provided additional revenues.;,
Secretary Wallace has urged en
actment of processing taxes to pay
such benefits to growers of cotton
and wheat. ' i , t v
Col. Kenan is V
1ot' -Rridire 19-15. and Jaoxson
ville 24-6. These winners were
presented with a bronze trophy as
a result oi men wiuw, -
In the finals the quint won ov-
irrniiAM. )iv a tMiArit nf v- 18-6.
rr V --- "'","."1.7.1.
m "Th nan- Parker oroppea in o pmw
m s si!. ne pas-; . Ht was runner-
r 'ional housing - jy -2.r. -oillt,
- y with R25 Peulavaie's quint, wa, presented
.... a .. , ia meaai ivi tuo i"iv v 7 j. joanton m mxuum
H,?-ests that im- those boys competing throughout d noxning at 9:30
i n witft tne pro-1 - , t , - 1
Hearing in Rape
Case is Set For
A preliminary hearing lor toi
Hudson, 27-year-old white man
charged with criminally assault
1 V. -DttA-BBv 18-vear-old
LTD ... . ,i 1 n,UV.
Kenansville wnixe K" .w'j"
ago will be field oeiow iiup
j. juanton in a-biuuidvum.
VI Onrc-t W. TCfUUl. of ' WU '
mington was a, -visitor to his old rt
home in Jienansvuie inewiBy 01 ;
this week. Mr. Kenan exprer 1 a -pleasure
in calling ' Kenantvile
his old home and stated that he .
hoped to he buried here. , '1 t
Ee told us of a nephew of his,
Thomas S.t Kenant 10, who was
baptized in December of last year.T
I The child was baptized in I"iUiiarav...
where his parents live, l or tne
hantismal water they came t rm
I -I J . J! ...
1 m fits for thei This was tne nrs smiw u- , JtiiiUB ww
1 at once; - 'gfJj-JSS JSMJK VYn. Ketus WoUey rf Tjnk W,
, ' .I t rStSaSW. OnJntwmVay KrSue'K
,1 1 , v .:i in another tournament held to J M ,(uh-Jd Rn4 t
.fr.er-1 inston, rctruary 18 17,18 and , nB , Jt
annriil and took water fl
spring hen and carried it t .
v Thomas Kenan, 13, ht3 '
Knntinn nf liavinff 4 CTt
land 8 isreat prandj re
CoL Kenan said. Ke is t
Prank S.Kenanil: T
Miss DnBose, of Soul a
Thomas is 3 years o'l
i baptized in the
la Durnam... - " ,
Thi.. 4-n t:.'
ty met at ti e .
4 r in Hcr-
' t. Ea" t -i
s if t