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I r.NANSVU.LE, N, C.
, c yf r". CO'"t
, I'or r !or a f
a ot trim' c .it. J oe
r i i- rr of 1 .t.uoke I" pid&
i;.- Jui'-e ro slier iJ onf
oi.-" or -nii' '3 of f o
"y and this i firs'- e
,villa as. i ' "S Judo
' term. '
nmerland , is foreman
e f a 1 Jury for", the term:
' e Parker delivered an. Inter
3 una forceful charge to the
y. He gave a resume of , the
oiical orin of the grand Jury
, r bat!c to the old Saxon laws
-te owe to England 'the
of a great underlying prin-
that insures personal liberty
Juue P'arkcf emphasized ' the
, pose of the grand jury as being
wo-fold. To bring the criminal to
v itice and to protect the citizens
f the state. "You are a separate
.1 independent body acting apirt
this court, and it la your duty
. v v-ntoot thp freedom Of Me CU-I'
' a of the state." The Grand!'
y,lq J I OUIK ! '. 1 11 UCau vi v.
ri'es ana no i
, . . t i, i ion of this w L . rulu'gs 111
, . exoLptbyi 10"" connection with the tobacco and
"The safety, good order and M(J to jec,; ot-
.i.ity of the county depends on committeemeft for 'the, com
l ,j faithful, fearlesness and jnunltie. NoOcea will be mailed
m- 3 of the grand Jury," the , un-out, to all farmers, in theoounty
f.i ful member of the grand Judy Saturday1, 'J, ; '.'(' .
merits tli comtempt of the citizen- " Meetings will be held at the
ship of the county. --.."' 5 lowing placed: Beulaville; Chinqua
mip 3 - ' ,.'r.in WniiflPP. Rtw Hill. Maenolia.
TSricflv Judr 3 ParKr '-dennea
crime as; that v hich mischievlous-
ly affects the property and rights
of otheri, that whi. h brings disor
r, tbiA wiiiLh i.icourages 'im
moraUty, and uuf i lhfulness of the
officers 'cf the t mnty or steto.
General i' 'motions were given on
finding a true 1- '1. " i - '
i'Decial tn,," "Is, was laid upon
of the c-'
. y r f Ue guardians
,, s rnJ the grand Jury
' i invi utigate every
in tl" county, "and
; fi'te i
ttie tcne"b ' thereof,
j , . . .
!s have developed in the
" 'i li t it guardian have
a to the trust it is your
duty to see tt t'irse are 'being
carried on v
jury to study ,
tion and soe 1'
er must be at,
irid the bu i i
over 25 miles 1
'as made to V.
!i the f.f.hwn
'i a l:fe ev-y
to the law.
1 to the
i IjUS qucs
y vi 're being
t e 1
ill s til
rs ' ,u i".-"s
! oi 3 i'l North
;!,! () worm . of
J every 21
.nurs in the s' e.
The 1'iry was .niArueted to iu
. t'Erate the V-os'c he g done by
e Just:, icfl i i.i t' " f mm
ty as requi'cd by 1 m, to inspect
. , m.lilir buililu . If" r rf
e county, l"sc 1 mue f',r t ,e o
d the depot pt pi." he moneys
i j'e end that r :'
1. !d on all p'
Jm e Tnil t I
t i r i
a r " 1
' ia t!ie
, e is
. -t i Ti ' ! I
tubers naniea.ror i
Red Cross Chapter
, , , , - , . .p , . a-
Officers of the Duplin.,,, County
chapter of th Americanized Cross
have , been' chosen,, for,.. the,t New
Year, as follows: , .. -j i
I'.s. Henry L, Stevens, Sr, hon
oiiry chairman;- J...E: Jerrltt,
chairman; 'Mrs.' Ion'-aad' Boney,
vUe-chtt-man; 1,' J. ', .Bowman,
traf surer;' Mrs,., Harvey., . Boney,
secretary. -y,.',. f,rr-,-"."
Committee .chairmen '.arpi Mrs,
J.r- S. "Westbrook; publicity; Mrs.
Norwoor ' St. Boney,1" Junior f Red
Cross and roll caflT. Dr., Guy V,V.'
Gooding, first aid; Dr4 C. H. prblte
produbtion; Mrs. J." P. Robinson,'
j. ' r-tnistrator Mrs. 'Owa Fussctf,
Elsa Farrioi'.-R, i3 Homo
l j , w tristrufcior'. " ;
Tue' new, national "' officers tn-
clufi Franklin tf. Roosevelt Pres
ident! Charles Evans Hugesji vice-president,-
Herbert , Hoover,: J'vlcej
president, James Crawford Biggs,
(a. North Cjto linian, counselor; T.
Jefferson- 'Cooltdge, '.treasurer;
Mabel T, Boardman, secretary. '
'National executive officers" nro:
and ' James J KL - McClintoelt,
vice-ctlairracn. , . ,
Cottbrfand tobacco : 'H.i
" -' , 0! i - , Vn-
..3 i re, , i . '.',-!
county. " Aeat clendon.an- '
muuiiwi w-J - ' .- I
meeungs- win u u uiiuuBuuu.
' "'Lxl - n : n
Warsaw, Fais6n, ' Maysville, ,B. F.
Grady, Keoanhville Outlaw's rtt
ge and Oak Grove...' . , . v ,
Mr: McLendon says that It is his
hope that every farmer in their re :
anor.tlvA nmmiinlHAH will attend i
these1 Meetings. - r i,
BculavilleSchbol Now'vUle.lwt Thursday and teft - the
Has Adequate Water
Beulaville 'strhool at l'pst has-a
water -pump Sufficient. to -fupply
the needs.; County Hupermieiiutsin
.omnloted on ' the
t" i Tnotnn tnrhine
installation of; a' Johnston, turbine
t . ...mn n h n . thai lias a
capacity of 40 gallons 10 uw unu -
ntR. rne. JonnsuHi.Kuuuj' m
highly mechanized and the latest
thing in modern pump equiymtiut.
- Installation W - the pump "was
Commenced about fchree months a.
go when the contract was let to
T W. Calllhan, or vwummgwm.
Tho cost was $450 for digging the
well and 5750 for the pump, ;a
A plan for the organization of
Eastern- North Carolina Truck
Grower's Association beganv f to
take shape Wednesday at the of
fices Of the Coldnboro Chamber of
Commeree."'i Representatives from
all sections of Eastern Carolina
and from-the Southern Division of
the Railway Express s Company
were to complete the final shaping
of the policies Of the -organization.
gprretarV W. C. Penmark out-
j v.ith" the lined in his address now 10cm u i
iv, .n f ir fn chants and business men sought to
Liuaie a Uiouur iiiuiin-v - ,
try produce and- more especially
tal grown by the average truck
f, mers throughout this vsecUon.
Ti roopp'it'fn with" officials from
, , " p i. . coi 'panii"3,
ii ., ni Ky; .-rime it
,h i und co.nity agents it was
t ilu v uu 1 ba fiiii:
THIS . ONE
' Mr. Tommy Gresham of War-'
saw, was in a great hurry to get
to Kenansville in tlm for court'
' 1(18 1 Monday. He arrived a little
late' nnd with his face' sv little,
red, and: his coming thus, at-
, tracted some attention; .On In;
quiring, it was learned that . it
' got so cold in Warsaw Sundajr '
night that the gas froze' in Tom
my's gai,tunk and he , bad : to
thaw lt.oiit before he could get
his car to run. ' " ' ' .. , ,
i Tie iienahsvilie-Warsaw Rotary
Cluh held Its regular' weekly meetr
Ing Tuesday might at Wti' Plac(S
at Weaver'a-Bridg& f'The''- grmiiJ,
with their wives, enjoyed an oyster
roast served at, the new establish
,meat.t.' V!"'i,'-'l ,'i"' ''. '-"!
UhcbnscioUs; i Death
. 4 , i,-
Last ;year the "Bsulaville school
;'pd ttf50xl-ft..gyrnnnsiumaw.ew1tt?ma-cei-offi!-eM &tZ
n. r ncre tract for playground,
Almo3t 1000 pupils are In attend
ance at we tseuiavme , "y'.
v?Hlch includes the Potters Hill
school Just five miles away. J. M.
Hardy is principle of the ' school
and has under him 25 teachers not
Including tha agrieultural,t ,,t home
economics: and music. teacher.: The
Beulaville -ranks as one. of . the
largest rur'a schools in the world..
- . " . 'o i i ,
; At 14 Above ; s
. ' ''ntAA tnr&ottioi ottAotteri Kenana-
Yi w"" " , ,
nebDla shiverlntr and thinking that
it must be the bottom. But Sunday
saw th6 second visit. o Old Man
Winter and- thdsl' time he knocked
the Mercury for a Maker
in the second round to the tune of
14 abbve Zera That ls the record
reaching? down this winter and we
hope that the record stands for Jhe
. -- -- --, ,
Tuesday a fire broke out at the
Sarecta Negro .School and burnpd
off abouft half ttha rodf, however,,
thov continued to carry , on - the
worii.. w """sii"-?
at about ?100., Bupi. eowrnaa Baiu,
and was fully covered by insuranco.
any "town- from 30 to 60 days
prior to shipping date and could
contact the dealers and sell his
produce direct Instead of through;
aibroker.fn thte matter .the expen,
ee of brokerage and the low" prices
caused quite Often by - a glutted
market would: be eliminated. There
will be no surplus pf produce v on
any 6n market lesulting in it be
ing 'dumped. ' , I'-' 1
The local nrokersr wiu ne to an
advantage in .being able to make
drop shipment of the proauce au
tern of shipping carload lots to a
... i-jk Yj..
distributing point' and from . there
reshipping in small lota to ,- , the
smaller" towns would be eliminate
ed. Drop shipments can be made"
direct from the producer instead of
voing through a lnr&e - broker in.
i.vXork, Daltlmoie, Boston etc:
In ether words the new set-up will
.tlclc d'TPCt -Bcrvu o nnw pro-
lne'.idi.r ud consumer i i uiu uuc
! tomfprniP(!ry. It ii. h"1" 1, J'r. Mot
n . i, t' ,t : 1 1 I ' m v 11
i , t in a ulir mn, t i r Dup
( i, ! 1 i- I""'5
Wm, Jc Ii, Penney '.
: Laid To Rest Here
William Joseph Penney,- son of
Mr. aad t Mrs. E. R. Penney of
Kenansville died at his home here
Friday morning, January 25, ' at
8:25. He shad been lit bad health
since Christmas, but returnee uto
college after the holidays hoping to
regain his. health and, parry on his
Work there. On Friday, January
18th he, returned hoihe to be with
bis parents here and one week lat
er answered the call jto Home Over
There. 4V"W'f ?fa ' -
i Joe Penney ; was 'jprn in Wake
County near ;Apex,.i(JAugust 8th,
19JT and has, flince-lived in War
saw, and,Kenansville.He graduat
ed ?with sflrst- honor from "the
Kenansville .,; High t School last
spring, ' and. entered Wake Forest
College, last fall to propare himself
for the medical: profession. He had
endaared- hlmsef to llhe hearts of
the people of Wake forest that he
bad been chosen as tscout master
of one of the 2 Boy Scout Troops
there, Joa had always been a great
worker iif the Boy. Scout move
ment. He first Joined, the Warsaw
Troop and later moving to Kanans
viHe became -one .- of j the charter
meiAbera of the All gtar Troop of
Duplin County, Troop 50 of Kenans
' - (Continued' Oo Back Page)' ' ;
'i As far, as can be. learned there
has .been no ; new "developments at
the time ef iwritinar Jn. ths Brad-
still seeking to learn through fing-
erprints the-Identity of the person
or persons impUcatedjJta' (he birth
of a baby found In fthe garage
where Miss Winnie Bradshaw, 62,
was' discovered in an unconcious
condition Sunday ''after1: she . had
been missing from .. bar room in
Wallace for five days. '( " -"fi
Miss Bradshaw left i her ' room
Tuesday, January 22, at 7:30 p. m.
and, did not return for.he night. It
was presumed, (jhat she was spend
ing; the - night with neighbors as
she was accustomed to do.; About
noon on the" following day she had i
not shown up and the family- of
her uncle, J. .RJ Baines with whom
she lived, gave out the alarm and.
began searching for her. i s
" "Wallace officers were called and
thei sheriff's office in jK.enansvuie
notified.-" It .was the .opinion of
members of the famiy that she had
been kidnapped.' She was discover
ed in an unconcious condition Sun
day about , 2 o'plock ", by Jlnmy
Foyl,es."" gh' was f oupd hchlnd. a
feed box' lying, against the wall in
an' outbuilding behind, the home of
Lukjt -Boney ill Wallace; The ropm,
in which .she .was lying 'wasj-eper
ated'by ft-.petition and bejmid. the
petition was found a fully, devolop
ed T)aby '.weighing about : geven
pounds. ,s A .1
A'cotoners Jury returned a verdict?-after
SitUng several hours On
the. Case, that the babycame to its
death from exposure. s The birth
was declared to have beeh,. a
normal bne. . ' ' J. f '
.- Bo Bowden" Dorsey. k assistant
warden and .fingerprint expert of
the Central Prison , in c. Raleigh,
found, the body of the child, wrap
pedin an older childs'coat. The in
fant anneared to weigh six or sev
en pounds, he said. It had a scar
JU forehead. It appeared to be
fully developedv, In the, room which
is at the-fear of -tho garage", were
also found some j women's clothes
smeared with, blood, and ' shoes
which were indentifled as belong
ing to Miss Bradshaw., who was
barefooted wljen she was discover
ed Sunday afternoorii, ' ;
Frcm a bottle of disinfectant m
. b d from theieadpost'
SSiffi Nd in the Cap-
i. 21. in -, ; j.uAKiu.r , Vw - . , j a
which he- expoefs to comparef with
prints taken bv Sherriff D. S. Wil
liamson of DuplW County.
Witnesses were questioned 8tthe
taring by Solicitor. J. A., Pqwers,
of Kinsto who is attending Super
inr .Court at Kenansville this week,
Amone-.. tbem; in addition to Cap- L
tain Dorsey, were Graham Pope
and O. C. Blancltard. .They were
members of one ' of 'the Mparties
which have been searching,' for
Mini Bradshaw, and testified only
to 1- -ivinf? been called to the build
(r..ii":i.ued On Ea (. ! 'T')V'
Duplin. Federal- Howsin ;;
T o Get Started; G0nisnittee;:-aCfeeCtp3
Here Monday; ::&lBtoM
MOM N POP CLUB
- An Old Time . Candy Pulling,
that Is exactly what we are
planning to have on the pro
gram next Monday night at the
Mom Si Pop' Club : Meeting.
Som9 Items of - business' win be:
' attended to and a inspirational
will be given' by a prominent
speaker of the county. His sub
ject being "Youth and how they
are thinking today" .
' The Mooting opens at 8:00 and
closes at 10:00. Songs, and a
good ' get-together handshake
, will start things out. ' The last
hour will be given to candy pull
ing and games. Ail parents and
lovers of children are Invited
, to attend. Monday Feb. 4th at
Community Building in Kenans
. . o r-, -. ;.
France and Italy reach full ac
cord; Reich annoyed.
Boy. Scouts Again
... ,.; . . ' 0' ' 4"
tho nnv Srcut work over Dup-
Un County was discussed at the
L ,ar meetinK of the Warsaw-
i ansvme n0ts
Kenansville Rotary Club iast Tues-
day night and the sponsorship of
tho . Troop 50 of Kenansville was
ordered. Troop 50 has been in
existance for two years and dur-J.,
lue that time has produced a mod
el Troop of All Stars. Of the eight
i : i v... ' in an IT.no-lp '
Sccut Three others are Life Scouts
uic T -17 nf th
requirements. Four members of the!
.1 . .V.a nil n'aaanil tVlrt Rlari
old Troop will be reregiaterea ana
nine new members. The old mem-
bers are as follows: Joe Penney,
deceased, vturwood Murray,
Beecher Sitterson and J. O. Bow
man, -Jr. The new. members are:
tt 'nn .- l-lif FttI ' A lrlHo-n
"3; wrrn0M Dobson
Ees Se?nJr! SwaTd
Svkes. Fountain Taylor,. Buddie
WiUiamson and J. M, Kennedy, Jr.
The old .troop cominittee was re
tained with addition of two new
members. The Troop Committee
now is: J. E. Jerritt J. Q, Bow
man, C. F,. Qutnn, R. C Wells and
F Wi Mcgowan.L This committee
held a meeting following the meet
ing' of the Rotary Cluh and elect
ed Rev. F. L. Goodman , as Scout
master and Mr; C. H. McSwain as
Assistant Scoutmaster. The- Com-
mittee is calling for a niass meet-
ing in the court house next Friday
evening at which time the commit-
tee will give instructions tq the of-
Dry Leaders Send Petition To
County's Assembly Delegates
-' During the past week, Senator
f'D.'Johnson and Representative
R. LI Carr who are representmg raajoritjfr;aney seerajjip.'viui. iu
Duplin County in vfhe legislature put our tate andjieople te.the e
in Raleigh, received a . petition pease .another elcJoa Just ito
signed by a large number of the
dry voters of KenansviUe asking
them to continue-the fight against j
tho repeal ef. any o the present 11
quor taws, ana urging mem uim
some action to take to Insure en
forcement -of . the present- ; laws,
w, want liquor kept ,ouUof our
autus. , - -,
This is lust a befirinmns. ana it-isi iroi. ir uio vomia wi . ,., .,. i
hoped thV. Jeople all oVer''. the who care whether r not gt the ff V wpresentaUvea ,n,th? legis
coS and steRho are interest- way of pur wayWard sister' states. Wture-Cftn bejpreVailed upon to.. ,
rdZne ot the stateil -UI SSZ
let our repreauuLituveii tvuuyv, uut
. -v . --,:'and by jJe Hme.thmext jegmia-,,
It seems almost incredible,' said turacomes around,, out people
a prominent Duplin citien. that
men who have been sent to Raleigh
to carry out th3 will of the people
woud introduce a measure into
legislature asking that the people
" insect., umjrM ?
. ..- By L. i-.McUmoi'H "
County Farm Agent
Lint week the TIMES gave ypu
a ntnrv :in i'Snmtrff'i'" t'aatflrtff 'by
Mr. McLendon. THiS-VeeTr'thd 'afL
ticlo deals with means oi? 'control
ling tobacco bed insects. This. ar
ticle is very timely and farmers in
Duplin should read it tajefpy
directions ror i;oniroiiiiig iul:(i
r On Tobacco Beds
the canvass on a tobacco bed it 'the Federal Housing Admm.str - .
is a'groat harboring place for aU i.tion. Mr, alphrE, Hallock ot the
On account or.tas warmtn uroier
kinds of insects, some of which are
injurious to the small t'doacco
The tobacco bed tnat is not in
sect proof is very warm during
cold days underneath thecanysftji;
although there maybe large cjacS,
or holes around tbe logs surroun
ding the bed. This makes an ideal
place for insects to collect and
protect themselves rqm:the , cold, i
Most of these insects, jode,.
by laying eggs in or upon the soil
which, hatch into grubs that live
for a certain time in the soil, getting-
their food from., the roota of
plants growing In the soil, parti
cularly is this true of the tobacco
Oftentimes farmers get a good!
stand of tobacco plants' and while"
very smnll they dissappear. ft 'A .
great many instances mis is una-
sed by the grub of the adult insect will be present to discuss the pro
seen under the canvass eating the jject One has .been nrg-niby. tbs -r:- Si
roots of the mall tobacco' plants. Astieville offices..- , ui . k ,-j...ift U i
To prevent this distribute evenly
over 100 square yarda of tobacco
bt&fit to 2 pounds of :Napthaten
or moth balls finely pulyerieij.
This will not injure the plants but
will drive away the adult insects
and kill the small grubs in the soil
-OTVian thnco ttrn YYtatarinlfl PVftTlfl.
lrate tne fume being hea,vier tnan
penctrate th8 gQU and in.
w,s manner kill grub3. The-a-;
feove materlal3 may be secured
d , or direct from
, o .
"Z STZ.ZZ t xrTtZZ
ent of the Beulaville School
would be closed for the week be
cause of the presence of Flu in the
community. It was feared that
large number of the student body
would be kept away this week' by
sickness. Beulaville is the 'largest
sch001 ln Dutlin county having a
Iut 1000 pupils in attendance
fleers and scouts as to what they
can expect from the committe'e
and what will be expected of the
organization and plead for the co
operation of the parents and
friends in the putting across , of
this program. Scout . Executive
Pennington will be invited to M
present and have a part of the pro
gram. The public and especially all
scouts and parents of scouts are
urged to be present.
It is honed that . Troop ' 40 ot
Warsaw will be revived in the near
future and R0ary Club is working
that end. -
-vote cn what tiey plain stated in-
1933 was Aheir desire by 180,000
bear testimony to the ,fU
the states which now- have hquor
'.ttln. Hir1 nf.. It and .vWili
soon be seekinit some sort ot con-
- - i
nave learned the oondltioa teat
exists in other 'states . and win
thank God that We stood fireri.'For
the Sake of th coming generations
you just can't -afford to' quit'
'get -their narte Before the public,-""""-' .",","
lor toget aquor where." they anjea. TMrt rtaeuner our
it at will.- Those who kiioWl' , i; "
jngi net' tier e:
; : u ... .
T5Bej4staJ tttcfipt Hie chaifmaii-
shif-lh4 0uvra4tyhm f-" J "
Asnevme pi;jji'yf Jrt"'","v ,s 1 '
eatfirdliy and, . jqu.eated, otttJ,r. j
jernu mi no auLupt "ii""
sibiUtv and Mr. Jernit agreed.
Mr:-Jerfltt Uas aWfiinted a com-
.ccmmlMt.ana ItdsllflV.'ia meei.
-' ji ' i 4-v. v -Aiift ' hmiao nt j
Kenansville for the purpose of set
tine a date' for a county-wide mass
t Mr-.. JfiTrttt ip tyety enhU8iati'-1
over thCi .pEOgpefits- fdip&tt ceunty. i
and is' going to .urge everyone who
own homes to make an effort, to t
Ao dnte-'r'epairin'fei,a1iff TffSh5d'eIjng '
lnidntha-t-fr't!ofeJ "". '
Last week4ei;-?PIMfiS -crrid '-
a news story on the proposed pro-
gam for .DupUtyvV
nfeetffig to be'cajlc:
'KnlleVl. soon it iA.
hoped Mtet a rprMenUtive, c& thft...
cbmtffttilie ' apointedbjrj jr,. ,
isVepesentaiive"'of The en-'
tire county'and every member 13
urged to attend tea meeting Mon
da'jHttfr 'exfet ' mm ' -of -"jneetinif . '
will be MnwinfieiS iiyHnem. through .
letted Those ;::6h me cbifiinitte'e
are- , ' '' ' "
Aubrey Harrell,. Wallace; Hugh
Wells, TeapheH;.)C. G. Murray(Rosf"
Hill; L. Pale,, .Magnolia; ..J.-- W'
T'homj: soiri, arsaw; , red Baattki..-.
Bowden'; JcVhn'ie,iJri.tton,CaJypr' ,
so; Pete 'DaVis, Beaitaftkvs;n14ar-. .
vin -Simmons,' Outlaw's Brjdgei.Rv ,
S. Grady, and Thad Kornegay.'B?
F- Grady; -C. S. Thomas, -"Sasectar :
t J. .Sandlln..4and L 'N Millci'!"-
Beaoiavilla, J. , L.. Quinjn, Chinqua
plni'Carl Smith. HaUsyille;. JP. T.
Fouhtain, Fountain's Store; 4., 11.
Rose, Wallace; Dr! J. b. Sobiijson, ,
Wallace; Mrs. HarVeyB6ney",Rosc.
Hill; L. L. MtLendon',:"K&ansvlile;
Mrs.,T. . M.) Froertian', KettarisrvTllt?;' '
Pr. WWtWo Kenansville; Benato? '
sVrtjugham, Pife WJJllams- and Dr:
Farrior.'of Warsaw-j Dr-.Bil Cari -
;;and.jphlaV,c-.,Hill; Ear. .
MOrton, of FaisouL vpr. tuinn. .
Magnolia j1 ''fors-" , WUIlans,'t Powers
and-wysong, Waue,Ir. Kfne,dy .t
nf Rpiilavillf .,-TlrVtariAen. Chin ...
quapin, Dr. Gooding, KenarTsViflG f
C. W. Surrat -WWasWi Mrsj-iO.;P.
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'kaw ;"R M? Browder, Wallace ;l.-K. :
Hagoos, CHihquabin;"N. H., Carter,,. i
; Wallace, " Mrs." " C. H. McSwaui, .
Kenansville .L and Weorgc. vloyd,. ..
Mrsk Boney, PIea4a,, ..
For Feefcle Minded
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i ThefSuperih.Wndsnt of. Public
Welfarer in North CarpUni 5ebe-
-ooming-rvery: ! hiuch Interested., in
asking- the Stat6 Legislature -to en
large VCaswell .'.''frainmg " .jjohqpl.
Statistics recently ; gathered c ehojv
hat,t;i50 cases jn fifty- cqunties.
ftre'-urgentiy. f 1ft need yof.inatyj;u- ,
Uonal care:-In Duplin County alone, ;.
we--hare -found sixty, "children andi.
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