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JANUARY 10, 19S5
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1 IA-nry F. Lee VS
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lie Town of Wallace,
'- and State of N.'
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t! ;ife Department
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1" "c I-aus of lCXl, ?o hereby
I irmt a"J tax V:lMg of.'lclals
of t "i con i.l y to comply with
ts.o r ' Jreiieiil of said act by
srrnring a farm report from
eaih land owner til yar. .
"Tbot a cei fried copy of thta
Tf-.-,''-iV,on be sent to the Com
ii.IKij icr of A jrlouliur lmmed
I:it'y afr adoption, and that
a'J comity tax Ksting officiate te
advised of our action price to the.
date listiisff starts." ' "
iOVX D. ROBINSON, '.
. i Chairman
J. I MILLER f
- JETp 3. eaArs. -
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ALritton rr minted--
Calyrco School Board
J. L. Johnson of Calypso has re
signed as school committeeman of
the Calypso ' district and Johnny
Albritton has been appointed In his
""-n t (if r ' rpcr'vpd
isr. Ji...-jou' rcu.uriu.u.a re
grets and expressed their apprecia
tion for the wonderful service he
has Tendered the school and his
commtmity: Mr: Johnson was forc
ed to resign because of 1U health
He has served on the school board
for several years and has been a
very faithful and efficient mem
ber. ' ' . . "
It Is thought that the appoint
ment of Mr. Albritton meets the
general approval of the ' people of
the community, -
Methcd&t Church j
To Give Supper
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On Friday night, January 18th
the Methodist church will give- a
ohicken salad and barbecue supper
in the Chrysler show room of the
West's Garage. The proceeds from
this will go to the Methodist Or
phanage. The "supper Is In charge
of the Kpworth League assisted by
the older members. ' '
The supper begins at Six o'clock
and the public is invited.
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Germany wants peace, ' Hitler
tul'.s envoys at reception, , ' -
EDUCO Club. It will be annual
ladies night for the Rotarians. The
date will be fixed to suit the con
venience of Senator Rivers John
son who viH speak. - , '
, ; -o . hi f .; n:
Tve AutonuMle Manufacturers
A .( !. Uon esjUniatcs that rising
.' 'I- 1 f ;r rcw motor vchlclos
v .1 t. ...le the motor industry to
: .; " this yrir v !ih 2X0,000 cars
, 1 ' "t. I j, a 41 percent gain in
t c r 1. t yew.
o - - " ', -1 '
1 1 ' y U.ii ka have
j in Catawba
, , i f 1 nt- l r to be
f ' f or t'.u-e
, i i Vie coua-
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N. J. . . . Above is pltt-i. i t ' . Jewy State;,
logal stall which la forcing the proaecutlon of Iruio in ptmann, sutpee ;
In the Lindbergh ease.. From left to right, jcijtcd, Ar lOny -M. Hanek,
county prosecutor; Att'y-Gen., Davids T.' 'Wilentzj t i'tK George K.
Large and Joseph Lanagan. Back row, loft to riijlit: Wchar4 Stoektoa .
nd Harry A.-Walsh, members dt the Attorney General staff. aThe trial
opened January 2, , , - " - " i .' ,
Mrs. Paul Deatj 1 I Hc,,,"t Boy , -
''X.TT-- it A.. ."Ai
Is Mrs. Paul - Dean, the former,
Dorothy Sandusky of Btissclville,
IArk. and local beavty show - winner,
whose recent marriage to the fltl
L6uis pitcher eaiued a stir in baae- .
ball clrclea .
Mrs. Bcney Will Remain As Welfare
'' Head Relief Department Reorganization
- Not Yet Completed; Editorial Comment
, The consolidation , of Duplin
and Wayne relief administration
departments still has not taken,
place, but Mrs. Bor.'jy Is looking
forward to it from day to day as .
welfare duties are so strenuous
that , she needs to devote more
time to that phase of work. The
Attorney General ruled that no'
Superintendent of Welfare could,
be made administrator in ; th
new district set-up unless she re--Signed
her position as Superin
tendent of Vetf are.Mrs. Boney did
not resign her position , with ..the
county and; will continue in the
capacity 'of welfare superintendent.
She. will, however, .' continue , the
work until the new set-up is'com
pleted, and iter that Mrsi Boliey
states, she will lend 'her coopera
tion in' every way possible. She
has been-head of the county relief
work since the set-up began and
has in the most efficient way car
ried on the work of the iwo offices
with no additional pay. -
Mrs- Eoney .has received quite" a
number - of letters complimenting
her on f m the and her office
has caii, . t'te relief work in
this cbuniy. , ' s. Boney's Office
ranks blh- in t'ne administration.
The county is ju. V.y proud of Mrs.
Boney 'and 1. '7 TI. :E3 and her
many friends appreciate her un
tiring and nu,;,t unselfish efforts to
make life pleasant as possible for
those 1 as fortuiate in our midst
Mrs. EuJ!iy in relinquishing her
relief C i'' s to Mrs. John Spicer of
GolJ ' -ro, tlie new director for the
Pi 1 ' i-.
ti'T f .'1 f
I; u i
j ;ie district, will have
ne to devote to the coun
5, irrs. Boney slated,
, j of irr. A. D.
r i t for the
1 j , ! ta re-
smith (above) 18, of Urn plaee,
in " national competition in' the
wont drought yenr this state hat
. " ",c!," -5".
: tih ""'i-
8 in, tall and weigh 158 pounds.',
tary, lis expected to be in charge
of the Kenansville'- office. Case
workers for the ' county will work
from the Kenansville office and
make reports there."'" " v '
j ' EDITORIAL COMMENT
Mrs. Boney, commenting . .on
the feeble-minded f in ! Duplin
County, said that she hoped the
. 1835 legislature would give tn-.
sideration to the number of de
linquents In this state. In Dup
lin County alone there are over
100. who are on relief. Caswell
. Training School In KInston and
others throughout the state 'are
. not amply large enough to take
care of the delinquents. 1 If the
people have to take care of them
'anyway then ths TIMES sug
gests that It' will be, cheaper in
the long run to enlarge our . in
stitutions to a capacity' to care
for all ! feeble minded ; In ; our
teidst.' It is 'much tatter that
they be In an Institution where
they can.;.,' get proper attention
than 'scattered about over' the
Tcoontry and a burden to the already-overloaded
' ment. It would be well for the
.Oeneral Assembly, to-bear -this
In Mnind'when , it considers the
President' - ' request ' that the
state take over par of the re
lief load.'. ,,T .7 r.
dulf Station AddsT ,
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Mr. Cephus : Deal arrived - Sunday
from his home., in Newton, N. C,
and is empllyed at the Gulf Service
Station across from the A. C- L,
Depot. Mr. Deal comes to this com
munity very highly recommended,
having been'chinf machanlc of an
automobile firm in Newton, - Mr.
Pi . I R ys. ho v '1
. I .very Cust
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MET IN REGULAR
The ' bounty Board of Education
met in quarterly session Monday
In the office of County Superinten
dent Bowman.- The session ; was
brief since there was not so nmch
to be brought before the board's
' Mr. Bowman made a report on,
the activities of the scnooi group.. -
The dleirlnir of a well at the Beula-,
viUe school has been under - way . , o ' ''
for quite a while. Work has been,' V Kenansville, Jan. 10. That the
held, up considerably but Mr. Bow-jtown commissioners . enforce ,the
man believes that If will be com-' State traffic laws in the towns that
,.. i,.i .' - . .' the Highway Department be re-
K TV , '
' 43 model T school buses . have
been replaced to two and they are
expected t be eliminated soon. All
buses now are well closed lfi with
glass windows and doors. All win
dows have . bars ; across : them to
protect the Children.?
Mr. Bowman recommended that
something be done by the board in
an effort to retain the services of
county mechanic Mr. Brock, who
Is considering leaving, the county.
The board accepted the resigna
tion of 3. L. Johnson of the Calyp
so school and appointed Johnny Al
britton to succeed him.
A packed house heard Cale K.
Burgess speak on "'A Christian's
Relationship to Strong prink" Sun-,
day flfternoon k-the Kenansville
Baptist Church. The address was
soonsored .by- the United Dry
Forces of America.. ,
county chairman of the oamjanu m ana ny uuu me
County unit made a splendid report
on the work in the county of the
organization since its last meeting
in the fall. ' , ' .
Others taking part in the pro
the Methodist Church, -Rev. R. C.
Foster of the Baptist Church, Rev.
Frank U Goodman of the. Presby
terian Church, and Rev. K. - .D.
Brown of the Freewill Baptist
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Home Wanted For 2
Little Girls; One 5 and
One Seven Years Old
c Last week the TIMES
your attention to a little
vear old girl. The child is
as we described last week.
' This week we have another child
who Is homeless. Mrs. Boney, Wei-
fare Sup't. stated that she was,
very desirous of a home for a little!
five year old girl who is now at J
the county home with her mother.;
She is a very cute girl and attracts!
the attention of visitors at the.
home. Her mother is anxious to,
give her to someone who is able to,
take care and raise her.
If you are Interested in either
of these two girls please notify
Mrs. Boney In Kenansville.
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' Slump in shipbuilding continued
through last year. ' ,
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS GET ANNUAL
REPORTS FROM VARIOUS OFFICES AT
FIRST MEETING OF THE NEW YEAR
'The Board of County Commis
sioners met in regular session Mon
day morning. v
As a result, of the V. 8. Public
Health Service contributing S260
per month to the county , health
department . the budget ' for; the
remainder of the year hqS meen in
creased. These , funds have been
made available since.the adoption
and passage of the currant -year's
budget ' and -. annual appropriation
resolution. ; - -
The budget has. been Increased
and spread over the department as,1"4 Company during the month
follows: . " ' I ',. ' - ,
SALARIES INCREASED ' A
Salary of county health officer
$25.00 per month; salary and trav
eling allowances of nurses S8.33 per
month; Sanitary Inspector's salary
placed at $150.00 per month; sal
ary of office secretary, $00.00 per
month. Additional funds , received
wiU be used to pay for supplies and
e in pment.
I. IT. renderson, tax col"' . tor,
r ' 1 colrtioi of f r ) T t
Elect New Of f ice:.;o
Mom and Pop Club
- , , rnmnJo
MakeS SOHie Demands
quested to place suitable signs to
aid in the enforcement;: also that
the Duplin County Commissioners
arrange for; the beautificatlon of
the' county property within the
town limits, were demands made at
a meeting ust held by the Kenans
ville Mom and Pop Club, newly
formed organization here. The
club announced it is backing the
sheriff 100 per .cent in the en
forcement of law. '
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Co. Mechanic Brock
May Leave Job
Mr. Brock, head' mechanic for,
the Duplin County school has made
known the possibility of his leav
ing the county. Mr. Brock has re
ceived a very flattering offer from.
another town and may leave unless
something can be done about it.
' Mr. Bowman stated that the
county would suffer a severe loss
if it let Mr. Brock go. Mr. Brock
agreed to continue with the county,
at least until the end of the pres-
it is hotsea that the county will
make arrangements- -to-ratain the
services of him. He is rated as oUe
of the best mechanics in the state.
Be has been with the county sys
tem, close . to ten years.. For ; the.
past "three years has been head of
the mechanical department.
Enumerators in Duplin County
of the Agricultural Census began
work today following a meeting in
Kenansville yesterday with H. B.
Hargett of Trenton, assistant to
M. F. Aldredge of New Bern, sup
ervisor of this district, Mr. Har-
gett instructed the seventeen who
were present on the work.
Eighteen enumerators will be re
quired to cover Duplin in about
thirty days. The list Is as follows:
"Hoy Simmons, Outlaws Bridge;
Mrs. Mamie S. Heath, B. F. Grady;
Mrs. J. I Bradshaw, Rose Hill;
Fred Outlaw, Faison; Richard T.
Croom, Magnolia; D. W. Maready,
Jr- Muddy Creek; Gordon S. Mul-
drow, Beaulaville; J. C. Gresham,
Beulaville; Ashley H. Whitfield,
Mt. Olive, R. F, D.f C. B. Best,
Warsaw; J. G. Southerland,
ans ville; B. F. McColeman, Faison;
W. E. Gresham, Beulavllle; R. M.
Byrd, Calypso; Mrs. Grover C.
Qulnn, Chinquopln ; Mrs. Arthur
Whitfield,':; Sarecta; Paul Smith,
WaUace; Mrs, Ella Rich, Botankus.
during the month of December. -.
Due to crowded conditions of the
Register vault the board author
ized that out-of-date chattel mort
gages recorded be stored In the
Judge's room on the second floor;
The office, of the Register: of
Deeds reported andaccouhted for
5,603.50 received in that office
during; the past year in fees, etc
Treasurer !.', S. Williamson re
ported deposits - In the Bank of
Magnolia and Branch Banking and
vu j-nsvBuiuer.urvBB utuus wuance or
of December. Gross bnk balance of
the county per statement . Decem
ber: Magnolia, $34,845,89; Branch
Banking and Trust Company, War
It was decided that the corner's
budget (a not sufficient to fake
care of expenses during the current
year so. $300. of the $500. miscel
laneous of the general county bud
Fret was transferred to the coroner's
bui'-ot. . ' .
Grady Pres. Pro Tern
ted next Monday
?, - o . "'m
The 1935 General Assembly ' of
North Carolina swung into action "
weanesaav at noon wnen me .. .. ..
House and Senate convened and
elected the presiding officers..:
Robert Gradv Johnson of Pender :
mwm n.nlMMialto nl antoH anAalrav . . j.". ''A
of the House after defeating his.. ;
two opponents, Lumpkin of Frank-v
lln, and McEachern of Hoke in the
Democratic caucus Tuesday night., v.,.
Johnson won over hds two oppon-;
nnri ntt a lannnnnA vnrp. .h-a..
Senator Paul Grady, of Johnston ; '
was elected President-Pro Tern. of. k."
the Senate after defeating his only c
opponent Bailey of Washington '
County. , . .;. ,,i,4,
preted as a strong victory for the
wa considered the adminlstraOon,4
candidate. His margin of victory
was surprising to everyone except C
Johnson. Some, three months ago
while in Weldon he stated to the
NEWS that be would be elected on
the first ballot by an overwhelm
tag -majority. . ,
Grady's victory was not surpris
ing as. this was his second attempt
for the-tHto e( preaident-pro tern,
having ruh against Clark, of Edge
combe, in the last session. He is a
potential candidate for lieutenant
governor in 1936.
Governor Ehringhaus will deliv
er his message to a Joint session
tonight, and the lawmakers are ex
pected tojget down to their busi
ness proper next week.
Miss Mary Barrow of Columbia,
S. C. and Miss Salena Knight of
Newport News have been visiting
Miss Alma Wyche.
Mr. J. T. Moss, Jr. of Wilming
ton spent Sunday and Monday
with his parents Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mrs. L. J. Judkins and son, Lyn-
wood, was called to Suffolk, Va.
on account of the illness and death
of a member of her family.
Miss Alma Wyche has returned
to Wellesley, Mass., after spending
the holidays at home.
Miss Emily Vaughan of Jackson,
and Miss Leona Lawrence of En-
Ken-.'field were visitors in Weldon Mon
day . . 1 ' - '
Mr. W. T. Shaw left Thursday'
for New Tork for a few days.
Mrs. William Armfield and son
who have been visiting Mr. and
Mrs. H. D. Allen have returned
to their home In Asheboro.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Lassiter spent 4
Wednesday in Raleigh. 1 -
Mr, and Mrs. J. N. Clark spent
the week end in Halifax.
Miss Helen Moseley has return
ed home from a visit to her home
In Kins ton. ' t
'- Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Draper and
daughter spent the week end in '
Mr. and Mrs. J, Van 1 Dickens -and
children -of Raleigh was the !
guests of Mr and Mrs. L E. HuU.
Miss Katherine and Evelyn Aif" .
thony returned to. . Raleigh softer .
spending the hoUdays at home,
Mr. and. Mrs. T. D. Lawrence of
Enfield Visited Mr. and Mrs. W.' H. .
Anthony last Friday. 1- ;
.. Mr.- and Mrs.' C, A.. Barrington T
of Wake Forest spent 'Christmas''
with their mother Irs; Dowtin -.'
and Mrs. Hull. -X:
Miss Jane O. Pope spent few '
days in Charlotte last week. ,
r Mr. 8am Underwood of Green- .
ville, N. C. has been visiting in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. I. Wyche. i f
; Nan and John Anthony spent L
the Xmas holidays in Suffolk, Va. .
' Mr. and. Mrs. W. W. Johnston
and Master John James spent Sun-'. .
day In Ljttleton the guests of Mrs. .'
M. W. Ransom. : "
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