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Guojge abovejBjrears old
. crippled and .theatler of five
children, ' wrote a hillbifly saga
: song about "The Wreck of the Ofd
' 97" year ago. The U. a Supreme
Court rule George la the author:
.The decision assures George thai
. right to collect royalties on profits
from the sale of 5,000,000 phono
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i j - -ective. lie gave a tIi
'me of . the dPwInpmMtt an.J
in.' .', ion of school lc' ation from
nn is1' i.'ers point of view. . - '
Pr .Carr did not ron"it himself
wr.,' I p-"nr" e H 1,, eTr-rbe-
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F - ing his talk a round table
d' um on various probema re
1,;.'. . j to education concluded the
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Attics meeting a very interest
ing report was made by J. 8. Blair
Principal of .the Wallace BChool, on
recent, district meeting of EDUCO
Clubs Jield at Aberdeen at which
time te' State Superintendent of
Education Erwin spoke and num
ber of other - influntfal educators
and legislators . made .. interesting
talks relating to the present public
school situation. :
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Si!'!; Ill J -'. 11 Jr L UIU JIICIUU v J
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Jt ... 2. ...... 3 WU..,y.
faiui in tue future is uest shown in
his program of spending millions
enlarging his great plant to make .
1035 his greatest production year.
jSloane (abovt ,
the first wort in t
turies to bead tl
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NEW ORLEANS . . . Lawrenco
"Biff" Jones (above),". Louisiana
football coach,who resigned after
his "tiff" with Klngfish Senator
Huey Long, has . been swamped
with :nffpra t rnAih.Tnfhrv hirt
3 Won by i : iAllpA v' t.piim!tr tint Mnnnunnad
Lvuu.aud. (; iiue ot Eng. - would prefer mllitiry assignmcni
land, 1714, won $50 ;witlr her horse . to Ft. Leavenworth for 2 years,
named Star, in the first adtual cash . "Biff" is a former West Point
horse race ia th world,.-. -- , v coach and still in service. -
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iipsnpr !Loui Convenes r or
Cale K. JJurgess To
i" Be At Kenahsyille ,
r'Sunday;, Vill Speatt
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Cale C Burgess of Raleigh ill
Address the citizens! of Kenansytlle
and community gunday afternoon
at :30 In the Kenansvilie Baptist
church Mr. Burgesa will speak on
"Ax" Christian's - Relationship' "to
Strong Drink.? He la well known
throughout North iCarolina as a
yery able speaker and is one of the
most bitter enemies whiskey has in
this state." v "C " '-,'
. The address is part of a cam
paign now being -waged thorough-
jntjhe State in behalf of problbi-
tiou the auspices of United
Dry l-ces of Ameriea. v:
The North Carolina unit of this
organization have Duplin County
to thank for its present set-up. The
working arrangements is practical
ly a copy of the County plan to put
into effect before1 the recent elec
tion' when Duplin voted for the. dry
cause by about 4 to 1. This tre
mendous majority in our county is
due largely to Ihtf'efforts of Miss
Macy Cox who is chairman of the
Duplin County iinit." '
The following ministers will have
parts. on the1 program; Rev. Gj w.
Blount of the Methodist Church,
Rev. R, C: Foster of; the Baptist
Church, Rev. Frank L. Goodman
of the Presbyterian Church, -and I
Rev. K. D. Brown of the PreewiU
Baptist Church. There will be con
gregational singing, by . the. whole
group, 4. swUspecljecioBs, by
the Rose Hill choir.". . '
Besides a general invitation to
Offices May Co I
Is New Director Fr
Duplin and 7ayr.2'
''.The Duplin County relief office
is: being consolodated . with ihe
Wayne County. unit under the di
rection of Mrs. Spicer of Goldsbo
roi Auditors are in KenanavUle now ,
closing , the ' year's4; work and as
j soon as they . have finished .locat-
ion Of headquarters for .the two v.
counties wilt be, announced. It ia
expected that' they will continue
in Kenansville or be, , moved to
the public, a special invitation
being sent all county officers.
, Farm Bureau head urges dollar
izzco Contracts :
Declare Jin Effect
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The tobacco - adjustment con
tracts signed last Winter- by flue
cured 'tobacco growers have been
extended into 1935, with certain
changes, E. Floyd, of State Col
lofre. announced this week.
As a result of the 1934 adjust-,
merit porgram, Floyd said, the sur
plus of flue-cured tobacco has been
i.n'inatd and the carryover is
LL"y below normal. Consequent
1 -, t'e a"..' ,.(-'uf a in 1935 will be a
K.:e 1 'c;er t.ian last year.'
T'af rowers will be given the
I ,iv.' e cf rroducirj either 85 or
") t t-r c 't f thp'r tuie acreage
. J i'o'ii! n. I t growers who
j r ' " e ' ) per c t v-.Il get only
el If etrxh'i iir'-Ul pay
) !3 t. o !, 1'OJuce only
2 Weak Civil Term Monday
JvL&e Hunt Parker Presiding
Wants Home For
A Young .
The 15 per cent reduction sched
uled for 1935 is only one half as
much as the reduction last year, he
continued, and the rental and ad
justment payments will be scaled
down to I one half the previous
amount. - -1 t - .- '
However,- the' rentals will .'con
tinue at the rate of $17.50 an acre
on the land retired from tobacco
cultivation. : The adjustment .pay
ments will be 6 1-4 per cent of the
sale value of the 1935' crop.' The
deficiency payments will be at the
rate of one ent a pound on the a
mount by which a grower fails to
produce his allotment. ' ,
- The'' rental payments " Willi be
made after compliance with con-,
tract is checked, Floyd said. Last
year they were made shortly after,
the contracts were signed. ,
For growers with a base of less
than four acres, the rate of the ad
justment payment will be increas
ed, in accordance witto the terms
of the contracts, to a maximum of
12 per cent of the value, of the
crop, Floyd added. .
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( ':ri:al Contest
At Ilciiiinsville 18th.
Dur"n County Oratorical contest
i V 3k1 rUuration" will be
1 1 1 I'd 1 ..la-.sville l""h
lun J"iuusy 13,
A ll.e viiiiuuis iJ
v 1 receive medals,
r v .1 pet a gold
1 i r v .,1 go!
Superior Court will convene "vin
Kenansville Monday morning with
hfs Honor R flunt Parker ,, of
Roanoke Rapids presiding. . A two
week term of civil. cases will, be
carried on., i,'--, '.
The jury list for the term is as
follows; j: ' i' .j,"4-- . ,-,
" ' ' "', . 1 FIRST WEEK
"Teachey Rivenbark, Joe Jones,
N,. H. Hunter, Allen Price, J. G.
Dickson," D. O. Simmons, Needham
Brock, F. J. Bostio, W.. J. JBoyette,
J. W. Powell, . B. Ft Whaley, Jno.
F. Southerland, ;R. 13. Joyner ; G.
D. Westbrook, John Powell Ran-,
som Brock. J. M. Kennedy Jr.,' J.
H. Jackson, C A; "Godbolt, Melvin
James, J.. W. Stokes, L, Q. King,
Ernest Bachelor, Chancey Sumner,
L. J. Faison, Clarence Bachelor,-J.
Milton West, Ed Kelly, J. E. Ham
ilton, L. Herring, Jesse Brock,
H. G. Culbreth, .J. L." Strickland,
Charlie Long, Robert Whitman, R,
B. Pate. - .j ; i '
' ' I " SECOND WEEK . -L.
F. Thomas, - C. - B; Griffin,
Archie Smith, F. C. Craft, Gv D.
Water J. D. Bostic, Sr.,. ;D.:...T.
Chambers, A. C.Brinson, It - H.
Thomas, C. D. Evans, Jno. R. Cav
enaugh, R. R. Smith, A. -W. Croom
E. H. Boone, I. T. Bishops W. F.
Futreal, R. W. Guy:, Luther Bas-1
dyn, Went T:iaekmore, Will Fut
realA Ed Holmes, J. T. Grady, Mil
ton Williams, Willie Jones, J, H.
Taylor, I' 1 V'sII'ims, Paul J.
I . ' .'-I, A " i H. La -tier, Jno. F. '
K 3, J. I. 1' I,
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i- The -Professional Study Confer
ence of county wide teachers meet
ing will be held in Kenansville at
the school auditorium on January
15th at 4 o'clock.- .,
' ;The next principal's meeting will
be held In the county' superintend
ent's offic ein Kenansville of Jan
uary 81st- t
-' The above announcements were
made this week by County' Super
intendent Bowman . . -
Encyclopedia Is .
V - Donated To Library
' Kenansville Jan. 2. Friends of
the Kenansville -library just, have
donated to it a ten-volume encyclo
pedia. This gift is one of the most
valuable sets in the library .and
will be used by the town, and the
local schools. '
The town ranks 'well', among
small towns of the State lit having
a fine library and library building
to serve its peopled This library
originated. In the hearts . of the
Chrlstlon Endeavor ; Society '14
years' ago. It "has grown until it
has . become a credit to any town,
and Is rendering a Bervice1 that no
other organization has been able
to accomplish. Books have - been
added yearly by'gif ts from friends
both in and outside Kenansville.
On December 10, the library oele-
l 11 its 14th. birthday.
' i on head of pure bre 3
' c f ' 'e wore f ' I f r
The Duplin County Welfare De
partment desires to place a seven
year' old girl In a good home as
soon as possible. The girl is very
deserving and will be a great help
to some family.. She is blonde. If
you are interested you are asked
to please communicate with Mrs,
Boney in. Kenansville at once. -.
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To Pass Drivers Law
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Charlotte, NkC; Dec. 29. Enact
ment of a statewide driver's li
cense law at the '1935 session of
the North Carolina "General : As
sembly Wia culminate eight years
of intensive' campaigning on the
part jof the Carolina Motor :. Club:
for such a measure, officials of the
organization said here, today.,?
, For tbe past year a special sub"
committee, of jwhich John W., Aik
ea, of Hickdry Is chairman, work
ing as a unit of; the Carolina Motor
club Safety Committee which is
headed - by Allen - H.- Gwyn, of
Redisville, has, been studying vari
ous licensing measures and has
finally developed & bill Which it is
felt will meet with the" approval of
felt wil meet wlith the approva'of
a majority of Northi Caroinians
who use the highways. - i ,v
This bill '" was not drawn on ';- the
spur of the moment, but represents
a- full year's study and effort,"
Colman W. Roberts, president ' of
Colfan W., Roberta, president;'' of
the Carolina Motor club salct "The
committees- have' held many meet
ings and opinions' and suggestions
have been sought from state offi
cials and others. The committees
are grateful for the' splendid co
operation which 'has- been given, i.
''The . whole purpose of the bill
is to regulate traffic on the high
ways and to control the operators.
It will be a practical drivers'", li
cense law, not for revenue purposes
as no fens are provided for. the
original issue of licenses. The Very
fut that states with driver's II-
9 l-i'a's have reilui ed street r -id
! ' y t- , of'" "i-s fi i ""
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Mrs. Harvey, Boney, Superinten
dent of the. County Welfare De
partment has Jaeen in' charge of the
local relief '-office' since its eatab-;
llshments Wine case workers have
been stationed in. Duplin County;
and under the new set-up it ,1s ex
pected that this number will be in
creased. Work during 1934 was
very heavy and more is anticipated
for the coming year.. ' . i.-,,
--: Mrs: Boney will relinquish. " her .
post as head of the Relief admin.
lstration for this county as soon as,
possible. This change is brought a
bout by laws passed whereby no':
sup't; of county welfare; should '
act as head of the Jllef depart-'
ment , -j : '
KETTJRN'TO OLD BUTTES . ,'
rtHaryey Boney' accepted the "
job as head of the welfare depart?;
ment In June 1932. In October
1932 she accepted the responsibly,
ity of administering RFC funds for i .'
this county and when the relief ad- !
ministration was set up she assum.'. '
ed directum of that -work., Mra.
Boney' has given her' untiring ef. '"
forts in this work and has received'
no remuneration except the salary ,1
originally drawn from the county '
for work as .head of the welfare:-''
department' The county is"- very '
6'waw w per iur ner wotk
Pink Hill Students
Moved To Deep Run ;
KinstoiC Jan. 8 The high school
department ', of the consolidated
school at Pink" Hill has been moved
to Deep Run, the- Lenoir - county;- .
superintendent of schools, a. B5. y "r
Sams, announced todayt.-' ' -f-r ' s
"'Involved in the transfer ? were
120 students, four" teachers' and. j-'''
some equipment Three rooms' had - V
been added to the Deep Run schooL - r
- The communities waged a bitter "J.
fight last year. " Years ago the
county board of education 1 ruled 'v' v
one high school should serve' both" -
towns and the countryside between ' ' ;
and that the school should be in" ,
the town with the largest enroll. "
ment Pink Hl had the largest . ;y',
number of students for years,' but
a year or two. ago Deep Run res'- ?
dents discovered "their communl. ' ' ; t '
had gone ahead. . The ' margin ' was r
small, "'but 'the; Deep "" Run people ; ;
lost no time-, demanding that he "
school' be transferred. The fight ' ;
that followed was carried to Ra
leigh, whiero 'Pink HiU lost ','. ' ". -
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