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.wit" Kenansville, N. C. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1 9th 1 943
For SenateOur Bob,r
Chooses Not To Run
HOT FIGHT APPEARS
AND HOEY '
" Congressman Cameron Morrison
from Charlotte, now representing
' the 10th North Carolina District
in Congress, this week announced
that he will be a candidate for the
United States Senate, succeeding
Robert R. Reynolds who announ
ced recently that he would not
run again. w
The '74 year old congressman
'. was appointed to the Senate for
Former Senator Lee Overman,
who died. In the following elec
tion in 1932 Morrison was defea-
- ted in his race to succeed himself
by Reynolds. He has also served
as goyernor of North Carolina and
Is credited with being the father
of our present highway system.
!- One of the most outstanding ef
forts of his political career- was
while governor he sponsored port
terminals for Wilmington, to be
- maintained by the state. He con
tended that such an act. would
assure lower freight rates for this
state. Through efforts of the Nor
folk port officials the. measure
' was defeated. Had it passed there
Is no doubt but that Wilmington
today would be one of the largest
and most important ports on the
Atlantic .Coast, . ..'.. ,
Morrison was also very active
during the "Red Shirt" campaign
which once and. for all established
, the Democratic party, the ruling
party in- iNortn carouna.
Opposing Morrison will be the
former, uovernor. wyae n. xiuey,
: ir already is aeuvery.campaigu-
. 1 XT . .ritt-nA Ttl
XA&l wew xiucy
' UOUUiy,. wtj;Bre uuu. . .?
iMiim nraa defeated bv Rey
nolds by an overwhelming iana
' . . iia Tha nnnulnr "Our Bob" has
- ttMYimn verv unDODular in the
state as well as the nation. Real
izing that he was no longer want
ed he decided he -had better quit
while quitting is good.
f The Hoey-Morrison race will be
- A spirited one and will no doubt
bring out a large vote In North
. Carolina .-v. - ,
Editorial Note: This paper here
.-j ! it int with Camar-
CU1U VW - " ' " .
on Morrison We feel that he was
done an lnjusuce wnen uw pcutic
kicked him out for Reynolds It
was somewhat like the crucifica-
canotnt RlmTnons. There
UUU V -
is no doubt but that Clyde Hoey
would maxe a gooa temwi
j n atatm hut we feel
that the people of north Carolina
snouia reaeem ureuc
sending the veteran politician
back to the Job they took away
from him. Ana, we luruici
diet that Duplin County will roll
up a nice vote for Morrison over
I10C37 ' J. R Grady.
TAX DUE DEC. 15
Mnklrnr farm Income tax re
turns for 1943 is one of the im--,
rint 4aV.ii tn fa fi N C Growers
i- :.t month, says Dr. L O. Schaub
1 , director oi state -ouege cjiich
sion service..;v;..,.;;,. c . j
He points out that the farmer
Is required to file a declaration
with the U. S. Collector of Inter
r.l Revenue as to. his 1943 income
and pay the estimated tax on this
income on or before December 15.
To assist farmer in making out
' these returns, the Extension Ser
vice has issued a special pybllca
tion,' War Series Bulletin No 27,
entitled "Making Farm Tax Re
turns'.'. Growers can get copies at
the county agent's office.
plication blanks for filing the
doc ration may also be obtained
at the office of the county agent
I iuty Collectors will visit
, 'county before Dec. 15, and
i t farmers in completing their
, rations. Announcement will
; niade as to when the collector
I visit your county ana nis iu
ry will De given. .
ere a farmer made tax pay
I on March 15 and June 15,
:-,monti will anDlv on the
A t ixci under the W a you
n" and the balance of the
i are payable with the de
ion of Dee. 15.
IS DRAFT BOARD .
Mm Mlitnn Wpet nf Warsaw is
ow employed In the Warsaw Draft
.VISITS HOME -
'Col Bernice Farrior of Kenans-
ville, now stationed at Miami
Beach, was home one aay ana
night this week.
WINTER TIME '
Winter really set In on us this
week Heavy frosts' and hog
killin1 going on all around. Every
thing is still very. dry. and rain is
neeaea everywnere. .-
w T. Biackmore of . near War
saw suffered a heart attack
while driving in Warsaw Wednes
day. He was rushed home and re
nnrtod .to be eettine alonsr satis
L J. BAMDUN UL
T j Sandlin. nromlnent Beula-
vIIIa nuwhant was carried to B
Kinston hospital this week. - He
is suneruig wiu aouwe raeuimc
nia. Last reports said he was not
ehnnrinor anv . ImnrnVPfTient. ' His
condition is said to be critical.
The Times office is short of
copies of Nov. 12th paper. Any
mu hntHrnr . a ronv to snare.
please send It to the Times office.
A FJ&w (Junius
Last week's issue of State Mag
azine carried a write-up of Duplin
County.' , The . Times . office has
about a dozen copies. Anyone
wanting a copy may get It for .10.
, AN N, O. REPUBLICAN ,
; Today's "Under .The Dome",
News & Observer, tells us that
Thir- nrh" Rvno1da hhVS" that
the '"New Deal"-Is dead and that
he hopes for a Republican land
slide next "year. , Look what we.
tvt r h.iu AiA Thoueht we
elected a good Democrat and have
had a Republican representing us
in tne senate au aiong, , r
CAMPAIGN MANAGER v
Wonder who Is eoing to manage
Clyde Hoey's campaign for the
Senate In Duplin County? We
are told that he had dinner one
night last week with the Wallace
We have heard a quiet rumor
i inVtn fwvim will be In the
race for the House of Representa
tives next year.
INJURES FOOT . .
Senator Rixers Johnson Injured
n Ma to a few davs aeo
when he was helping to push, off
a car. Some of the ligaments
were torn in to. ,
' hi -Mail fiuHnann of Wallace
has accepted the position of secre
tary in. Gavin and .Gavin's office
George Hobbs Writes
He Is OutOf Army
rianwm .'Hohh8. formerly
stationed at Camp Forrest, Tenn.
writes the Times that ne is out. oi
the army and is living at Belton,
S. C. . He says that he Is now
married. He married the former
Miss Elizabeth Smith of s. i;. x
Killed While Or, ?
Duty With Navy
A . " WBHhlneton ' Citv ' report
Wednesday from the Navy De
partment saia tnat jonn ueorge
Brvan. machinist's mate, second
class, U.- S. Navy had been listed
among casualties as aeaa. ne was
the son of Mr and Mrs. Thurman
Bryan of Beulaville. , . : .
; Here Sunday ;
Rev T. W. Williams, Minister
ial Student of Wake Forest Col
lege, will preach at the Kenans.
ville Baptist Church : Sunday
Morning, , November 21, at 11:00
o'clock. A.M. The oublic is coni-'
ially invited. r- .
john e. qu:nn.
John Edward Quinn, 79, who re
sided five miles west of Warsaw,
died Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock.
He had been in declining health
for several years. ? y - -
Funeral services were held
from the home, Wednesday at-3
o'clock. Interment was In the
family cemetery near the home.
Surviving are his. widow, the
former Carrie Dail of Mt. Olive,
nnd the following children: Mrs.
Dewey McGee and Mrs. David
Matthews of Tu.key, Mrs. B. R.
r.rinklcy of Watha, Mrs. . F. II.
Jones of Burlaw, Mrs. Kenneth
(,?-. .v"vj of te 1 "me, Tnul and
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TO KILL BIG HOG Carnot
Flowers, well-known farmep of
th CaJvoso section. Is shown in
the obove picture with his prize
porker, "Dick," which Mr. Flow-
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ers is planning io tuu uui ween.
JOHN H. MILLARD .
son of Mr. and Mrs.' Willie Mil
lard, of Rones Chanel Section, has
been in the army since Oct 28,
1940, and was in the North Afri
can campaign He was wounded
in Sicily, and is now a sergeant
with the army in Italy.
Revival Going on
at Beuldville Church
Rev. B. B. Carlyle of Beulaville,
pastor of the Freewill Holiness
Church of Beulaville says that a
very successful revival is. going
on In' his church. Rev. Ruth E.
Ketchum of Wilmington is doing
the ' preaching, and delivering
some fine sermons. The meet
ing began Sunday night and will
continue through next week. The
public is Invited' to attend.
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ANJU:,:iSTICI DAY TK3U&.1T KG EVIRY AMERICAN
Various estimates - by livestock
owners in this section place the
animal's weight af between 900
and 1,000 pounds, f rom which Mr.
Flowers says he hopes to get
about 400 pounds of sausage. Be
Arrangements were concluded
recently for the Big Sello Bros.
Circus to show at Warsaw on
Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 25th, for
evening performance only, at 8:00
P. m. -
The circus, traveling by truck
will arrive there Thanksgiving
morning and erecj , the .big. tehts-J
-,ine "'St tarous -carries -wrnrit
a large selection of trained - and
wild animals and veteran perform
ers of the circus profession, all of
which will insure those who at
tend a very talented performance.
The Sello Bros. Circus comes
here from a long tour of the
Northern and Coastal states and
brings the World Famous and
Second largest Elephant on tour.
Also presenting that much talked
about. Rodeo Pony, , "Dynamite,"
which boys from the audience are
invited to ride and the circus pays
each rider one dollar a minute if
he does ride.
. Remember the date and time
and don't miss it
W. E. Currie Buys
Warsaw Ford Business
W. E. Currie of Warsaw who,
eieht years aeo. opened the busi
ness of the Currie Motors, Inc
has recently purchased the entire
stock of the business and it will
be operated in the future as "Cur
Mr. Currie moved to Wairsaw
with his family at the time the
business was establishedHe was
in partnerhip at the time with N.
L. Vann of Clinton.He has made,
quite a success of the business and
has taken on other interests in
Mr. Currie now operates the
Opera Shop adjoining the theatre
and also has the star mail route
from Warsaw to Jacksonville and
the Marine Base at Camp LeJune.
cause of the tremendous amount
of fat on the hog it would be very
hard to preserve any of the meat,
Mr. Flowers stated.
RETURNS TO U. S. A
SGT JOHN LOUIS KORNEGAY
son of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Kor
negay, of this county, has just re
turned to this country from 18
months duty n the south Pacific.
Sgt Komegay is in the Marine
Corps and was in the Guadacanal
Local Farm Association
Merges With Sampson
Consoliatdlon of the Wairsaw
National .Farm Loan Association
with three other associations in
Sampson County has been appro
ved by the Farm Credit Admini
stration, according to statement
issued today By J. W. Burton,
the Association has maintained a1
joint office in New Bern with sev
eral other associations, and Mr.
Burton has been serving as Secy
Treasurer. The consolidation was effected
in order to form a stronger organ
ization, reduce operating expenses,
and-provide better credit service
to the farmers in the territory
served. It will be known as the
Clinton Association, its principal
purpose, to obtain farm mortgage
loans for farmers from the Fed
eral Land Bank of Columbia- at a
low rate of Interest and on terms
suited to - their needs. These
loans are made for terms of five
to forty years at 4 par cent In
terest and are secured by first
mortcaees on farms. .
The association is owned and
managed by its farmer-members
through a board of directors, and
has an authorized capital of $40,
000.00 together with a substan
tial surplus and reserve. '
: The new association is Issuing
tgent for Series E War Bonds and
many members are expected to in
vest their stock proceeds in bonds.
The office of the new associa
tion was opened Nov 1. in Clin
ton. An outpost office .wUl be
maintained In the office of the
Kenansville Production Credit
Association at Kenansville and
Mr. Carr will be there each Tues
day morning for the convenience
of Duplin County borrowers and
farmers. r i: .T
C. F. Lee, Faison, N. C, was
plwtM President and W G. Pet
erson, Clinton. N. C., Vice Presi
dent Other directors are: A. G.
Warren, Roseboro,; G. E. Murray,
Warsaw . and L. W, Register,
v. c9, Trr.r
ass Meeting DapEisJ
To Be ESeld At DarGaa:
On November 22nd-
iiMrmiiiiiinlii'f l i r iii"fwl"-''"''"
CAPT J. W.. STRAUGHAN, is
at Camo Shelby. Miss., where he
has been since entering the Army
Medical Corps over a year ago,
He was a prominent practicing
physician in Warsaw for 15 years
before entering tne service.
Grandson of Duplin
Awarded D. F. C.
Lt. Comdr. Edward C. Outlaw,
USN, son of N. W. Outlaw of
Goldsboxo and Mrs. Grace Smith
Outlaw of New Bern, has been
awarded the Distinguished Flying
Cross by the President of the Uni
teq States.., -
The citation follows:
"For heroism and extraordin
ary achievement in aerial combat
as flight leader of a fighter escort
tor bombing planes in action
against enemy Japanese forces in
the Solomon Islands area from
FebruaJry 2 to March 6. 1943.
"In the face Of intense enemv
fire, anti-aircraft fire and fighter
opposiuon. Jt. Uomdr. Outlaw led
Jus combat planes in 10 attacks
against Japanese detsroyers and
against nostne positions at Munda
Point and Villa Plantation. On
February 7, he and bis comrades
shot down three enemv fiehter
planes and drove the remainder
on, enabling our dive bombers to
complete their mission success
fully. A week later, flyine at a dan
gerously low altitude, Lt. Comdr.
Outlaw led a strafing mission
against Munda Point and silenced
the batteries of several anti-aircraft
guns. By his gallant leaer-
ship and tearless devotion to duty,
he aided materially in weakening
army resistance in that area and
upheld the highest traditions of
the United States Naval Sesvlce."
He is 29 years old. married, and
has a son. He now lives at 1216 E.
Avery Street, Pensacola, Fla. He
was reared in Goldsboro.
Supt. O. P. Johnson announced
this week that all schools in the
county will close for two days,
Expected to Arrive
A Pink Hill report this after
noon said that Capt. Hugh D
Maxwell, Jr. has landed in Fla.,
from the North African theatre
of war and will arrive in North
Carolina, p.-obably some time
tomorrow. His Duplin relatives
and friends will welcome the hero
County Unit Of
Allied Church League
Be Organized Here -
Plans are being made for set
ting up a county organization of
the Allied Church League. Mr. L.
A. Martin, an attorney of Lexing
ton, in. c, is the state Executive
Director. He was recently appoin
ted to this office by the State or
ganization composed of thirteen
of the leading Protestant denom
inations of North Carolina.
On Sunday afternoon, Nov 28,
at three-thirty, there will be a
mass meeting: at the court house
in Kenansville for the nuroose of
perfecting a county organization.
AIL the people from all sections
of the county are urged to attend
this important meeting.
( It is "true that the Well-fed
seldom worry about the millions
of people thwt"hoiit the world
vi,j c r-t ' ' f ' 'i t ' c t.
Members Baptist Training
The Warsaw Baptist Church
will be host to a mass meeting of
the Eastern Association Training
Union-next Monday, Nov. 22nd.
The following program will be ob
served: Theme: "Thy Will Be Done".
7:30 Song Service, Rev. J. L Jones
7:35 Devotional, Matt 6:10, Rev.
G. V. Stephens
7:40 Solo, Mrs. T. N. Cooper
7:45 "The Four Year Program"
Rev. T. N. Cooper
7:50 "Our Associations Program
of Work". Mrs. G. S. Best
8:00 Presenting the Baptist Train
ing Union Story Hour, Miss tva
Juniors. Miss Aleatz Lowell Ro
wan; Intermediates .Clinton, Mrs.
E. J. Morgan; bpecial Music, ml
Olive Intermediates; Young Peop
le, Hallsville, Mrs. George Lanier
Adults Rev. D. G. Myers, Rev. E.
9:05 Special Music, Bear Marsh
9:10 "To the Uttermost", Rev S.
Lewis Morgan, Jr.
9:30 Closing Prayer.
Point Values On Pork
Are Reduced As Hog ;
Killing Time Arrives
Effective Nov.. 19, point' values
of certain pork items are to be
reduced temporiarly. They are
as follows on the Consumer Point
Value Chart: Reduce all items
under Pork & Bacon in Column
3, two points per pound. . . i
Reduce all items listed under
Ready to Eat Meats in Column 4,
two points, except corn beef bris
ket, dried beef and sliced tongue,
These three items are not changed
Reduce pork hearts, pork livers,
pork tongues two points. These
items are listed under Variety
All 100 percent pork sausage.
liver sausage, sause and head
cheese, that contains nothing but
pork meat are reduced two points.
mere wui be no reduction in
the point values of any canned
On the Trade Point Value Table.
which is the wholesale chart, re
duce all pork items . two points.
Whole hogs, or half hogs, head on,
leaf in or out, head off, and wilt
shires are reduced L5 points.
All sausage items that contain
nothing but pork meat are reduced
two points per pound,
Father Former Warsaw
Coach Is Killed
Hon Kemp B. Johnson, 80, of
Fuquay Springs, for many years -a
prominent leader in religious,
and civic affairs in North Caro
lina, was killed Instantly Satur day
morning at 8:03 when a car
he was driving was struck by a
Norfolk . and Southern freight
train at a crossing In front of his
home. . .. " - s v,,
His son, M. M. Johnson, coach
ed football and ; basketball and
taught in the . Warsaw High
School tor three years and was
popular in the town.
B T U Eastern
Associational - - -To
Meet In Warsaw
A mass meeting of the Baptist
Training Union of the Eastern
Association will be Held in war-
saw Monday Nov. 22, at5:30.
Those taking part in the program
will be: Rev. Jones, Kose mil:
Rev. Stephens, Warsaw; Rev,
Myers, Mt Olive; Rev. Walker,
Clinton; Rev.-Lewis Morgan, Jr.,
Dunn: Miss Aleatz LoveL Mrs. E.
J. Morgan and Mrs. George Lanier
Charity begins at home, If it
begins. ;." - . .
Partisans will fool you If you
m't watch" out - -'
It's f""''l to 1
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