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Duplin times progress sentinel. (Kenansville, N.C.) 1963-current, November 03, 1983, Page 2, Image 2

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Daughters Of The Confederacy Hoar About Life In Prison Camps The James Kenan chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy met in the home of Mrs. F.T. Jones in Goldsboro Oct. 12 with Mrs. Joseph Gorjano as co-hos tess. Mrs. Celestial Colwell presided. Mrs. Cora Holland was in charge of the program en titled "Life in War Prisons." Her research described con ditions in Union and (on federals prisons. From the study of five prison camps, conditions were generally the same. Batioas were scanty, facilities were unhealed re suiting in disease and death. Many died in an effort to escape. It is a story of diarrhea and dysentery, of typhoid and typhus, of burn ing sands and freezing cold in rotten tents. It is a story of despair and deaths of thou sands and thousands, many of whom could be saved. A monument has been erected which has this in scription: "At the call of Patriotism and duty, they encourntered the perils of the field, endured the trails of prison, and were faithful, even unto death." Lenoir Community College Foundation The Lenoir Community College Foundation Inc., with assets of $90,664.14 and urgent need for emergency loan and other services by needy students, is preparing to expand its role at the local college, according to Dr. Jesse L. McDaniel, LCC president. The Foundation's Board of Trustees in annual session Oct. 11, paid tribute to charter member Henry Har rison Bullock, who died re cently; elected Eugene Wil liams to replace him asvice chairman, and heard the annual fiscal report from Dr. McDaniel. Chairman A.F. Waller presided. Trustees engaged in a discussion of the future of the agency and agreed its growth since 1971 to an institution with over $90,000 in assets speaks well for the faithful support of area citi zens, corporations and com mercial enterprises. Legal Notices NOTICE OF SALE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DUPLIN Under and by virtue of the power of sale contained in a certain Deed of Trust executed by Mary Brock Tart, to James O. Buchanan, Trustee, dated the 9th day of May, 1978. and recorded in Book 838, Page 340, in the Office of the Register of Deeds for Duplin County. North Carolina, default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness thereby se cured and the said Deed of Trust being by the terms thereof subject to foreclosure, and the holder of the indebtedness thereby secured having demanded a foreclosure thereof for the purpose of satis fying said indebtedness, and the Clerk of the Court granting per mission for the foreclosure, the undersigned Trustee will offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder for cash at the Courthouse door in Kenansville, North Caro lina, at 12:00 Noon, on the 17th day of November, 1983, the land, as improved, conveyed in said Deed of Trust, the same lying and being in Rose Hill Township, Duplin County. Noith Carolina, and being more particularly de scribed as follows: BEING a part of that land that is shown as Lot 44 on a sub division entitled "Melrose Park Subdivision" as prepared by William W Blanchard, N.C. Registered Surveyor during 1956, which said subdivision map is recorded in Map Book 216, Page 9 Of the Duplin County Registry, and beginning at an iron stake in the north edge of the 4U.U0 feet wide right of way of Briarwood Drive and at the southeast corner of Lot #43 and running thence as follows: (1) With the east line of Lot #43, North 13 degrees 10 minutes West 101.62 feet to an iron stake at the old northern corner of Lot #43; thence (2) With the old property line North 76 degrees 50 minutes East 149.23 feet to an iron stake; thence 13) South 13 degrees 37 minutes East 100.42 feet to an iron stake in the north edge of the old 40.00 feet wide right of wev of Briarwood Drive; thence (4) With the north edge of the Briarwood Drive 40.00 feet wide right of way South 76 degrees 23 minutes West 150.00 feet to the point of Begin ning, containing 15,113 square feet, more or less, as surveyed May 18. 1972, by William W. Blanchard, P.E.. with all lines shown correct in their angular relations and relative to magnetic meridian shown on Melrose Park Subdivision Map. 8eing a portion of the land conveyed in Book 681, Page 4, of the Duplin County Registry. Five percent (5%) of the amount of the highest bid must be de posited with the Trustee pending confirmation of the sale Dated this 20th day of October. 1983. THURMAN E. BURNETTE, Trustee, substituted by that instrument recorded in Book 912, Pge 45. Duplin County Registry, North Carolina. 11-10-2t FmHA-L&H-86'0 DUPLIN TIMES-PROGRESS SENTINEL Published Weekly by DUPLIN PUBLISHING CO., INC Ike Riddick, Publisher P.O. Box 68 Kenansville, NC 28349 Second Class Postage Paid at Kenansville, NC 28349 SUBSCRIPTION PRICES Single Copy 11 Cents In Duplin and Adjoining Counties 8 Mos.-S2.83 1 Yr.?$3.88 Outside of Duplin and Adjoining Counties 6 Mos.?$2.35 1 Yr.?$4.70 Outside North Carolina $5.50 per year Special of the Week JClub House Jackets SIzm, Junior - Mil tat - Vi Slzot Man't Jackals All Colors *%~*21.98J Com* Shop Early For Christmas I Roseau's B?ul?vlll> ? Wimo ' ; ? -j I, Emmel Cogglns, am a candidate for one of the seats on the Kenansville Town Board. I have been a resident of and own property In Kenansville since April 1975. It is with this thought that I entered the political arena of local politics. On a more personal note, some have said that I am somewhat "pushy." I readily admit that I am an agressive, positive thinker who likes to see everyone and each department treated in an equal and fair manner. May I ask of you, which type person would you prefer represent you: one who simply flows with the tide, whether good or bad, or one who speaks frankly for or against an Issue which greatly affects us all? We all make mistakes, and I am sure that if elected I will be disagreed with on some issues. However, I can assure you that I will, at all times, speak my convictions and will not be swayed by self-interest groups or minority Interest. Ladies, Gentlemen, Fellow Citizens, I do seek your support. I would like to have had the time to visit each of you personally, to have gotten your Ideas on town matters, but time simply Is not available. If elected, I welcome your thoughts and Ideas on any and all matters. YOUR VOTE ANDSUPPORT WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED. ^ P*W Politic*! Announcement _ I I super* market I JW WE WELCOME FOOD STAMP CUSTOMERS Monk Whaley, Owner WE RESERVE THE RIGHT BEULA VILLE I' TO J.IMIT QUANTITY - Ph. 298-3646 OPEN TIL 8 p.m. FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS ? ?hickory? 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