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a oocMXEr ; . :al
devoted to i j i ,xr:a-
E8TS OS THE CGVXTZX
; - f PEOPLE.
THE TIMEtf COfattS
"9m - Ul' ' amir
a- Jr-s lis'. I i v- : p.y
ri busUSD EVERT THURSDAY
THURSDAY, JUNE 6tta., I9S8
r7rs TT T
aca3d.,; AtvCapitol "Wfiedr.
ccordlng to an Associated Press
tch in yesterday s afternoon ELECT TEACHERS
rg it was inalcated in Wash- j
n City tna( President Roose-:
t might deem it necessary to I
. :,,re.- Martial .Law Throughout i ' im- KenanavlUe Bchool ' Board
i ! United States if certain meas- met Monday evening- and elected
s now pending: before Congress .1 ail teachers accept two. The Ken-v-.'t-e
not passed. . jansville school, it is thought, will
The measures in question, it was . lose- a teacher in high school for
s id , were the Wagner labor dls- next year due to low average at-
put.es Dili ana the uuriey-snyderjienaance aunng the past session.
coal BiaDiuzauon act..
No cases of Infantile Paralysis
nave, peen r- - -rtea in Duplin
Couqty . for t current year t to
date, As the ( leas is preseqt in
Other sections ii .the state and in
one - adjoiiiir? county, all precau
tions possible should be taken to
prevent Infect!:; of (jhildrea.
What Jh I "Je 'Pu-aJyiils
:it may1 "be c mid as'Waciite
I tic anct' the noji ' aralytic or alxr-
: j 4 The teachers elected were as fol-
Mr;' W. V. KliC who has " "been.
principal of the Kenanaville schools
for the past six years has accepted
a position as principal of the WaJs
tonburg High School in Green
County and Is planning, to leave at
once and make arrangements for
the coming session. Mr. and Mrs
Nix and their two ohitdren.' Ruth
Carol and WUlard, have been act
It is reported that the united lows: 1st grade, Miss Elisabeth
:. Ju.ine ..Workers are expecting , to' Pparkman. of rBurgaw: 2nd erade.
strike about June l.ih, Involving Muts Louise Bowen of WUIardj 3rd Ive In "the community work in Ke-1
"" .vvpv.; .,, v .. , i o- " vuium. ansvuie ana wen as in the school
since we oeieai 01 me iw..qy , ur rae, miss- uiiy ( Bell work and they will be missed here
- the Supreme Court last week he Teachey of Rose Hill; eth, grade, 'At Walstonburg, Mr. and Mrs Nix
r on has been paUently waiting Miss Elizabeth Whttehursit "of will also have charge of the teach.
Jto see what, steps the' administra-, South Mills 7th grade, Miss Jee-' erage. We wish for them - the
uon wouia next lane, , - . xvauura, 01 ijeven springs; ; grandest - success In ' their " hew
immeamreiy mier uuo uumumi ai-uwi,. Aiutn jJiCKSOn, Ua- WOriC V -:i.',r.Vj
of the Blue Eagle many industries jlypso, principal and W. : J. .Hodg
in nverv section k uia country ae
clared themselves for the- NRA
and voluntarily continued on NRA
basis. 4 i. . "
Faisori Sends Three
To Finals This Week
- Paiaon. June 'tb.-a-Ahiong the
lorfr list of students' that will gra
duute at Various : colleges this
week will be. found three -of lthe
st-: U v from v this community.
T' . students - are; Miss Ruth
n, N. C. C. W.,' Greensboro;
llliam ; Hargrave McCullen,
rth Carolina State, Raleigh;
: 'its Henrietta Grove of E. C.
Jackson, who is the ds.ugh
r. John Jackson, received
' . t'.e local fc'TH
. .uitui.g there in '31. She
. r r W H fAllnwlnfl'
J received her A.'B. Degree
i ' v k. ' , -
I llliam Hargrave McCullen,
i IS t e son of Mr. and Mrs. O. L.
MeC. "len. Mr. McCullen also at
teni i school here but completed
- bis education at Piney Grove High
- Bchool upon receiving, his diploma
there In, the class of '30. He has
been studying Business Admlnis-
tration, and will receive his B.
Deprree, - - " l ' "
li;!S Henrietta : Crowe, is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. C.
.Crowe of this community.- - Miss
nmva In alim irnuliiato of '. .th
S anTSeTm 'SSS&Y McGoWah
Gets A Necktie
; Boy Scout News
"At "the weekly 'meeting -of - the
Warsaw-Kenansvllle Rotary' Club
Albert J.: (Roy) Stroud and J, Tuesday ntghV FtaOnKcGdwa
D. Smith met the requirements for Proved the best gambler oh a plo
the .Tenderfoot rank in scouting ing device and walked away with
and have been awarded the Tend honors,; betbg presented with
erfoot : Badges during the - week. verv necktie.T At the meeting
This means that All of the mem Weelf Jimmy,' Jerritt Was1 the
bers of "Troop No. M have najwp'd ''ttorao''i a rame almost
Tenderfoot requirements and are "Bingo? and took home a cake
all Tenderfoot Scouts or, 'above " 1 ' W,UJ served In
that rank . . ,t i
the near future
What te ,4i cauie ef Infantum
Deulaville; Baptists Celebrate
al Homecoming Day
Next Sunday; Picnic Dinner
Mrs. feoney Again "1
At a joint meetlne- of the Board
of Education , and the Board of
- V- ' l' . 1 uounty Commissioners, which cpm-
- w unramicroscopic i pose the Duplin County Welfare
p ., iiiuijuiiaiu, juouuity evening; Mrs. Har-
When Its Fishing ,
is ((resent in the' mouth, hose
alimentuiV'trat'k if ceise, car-
riers,and those convalescine from
disease:- f- ' .''-i rj'- - -
How Is the'' dNessMb transmitted
J from person to person? 7., ' opposition (n the County.
. is transmuiea oy , oirect con-1 most emcient
i Annual Homecoming Day will be "
celehrated at the Hallsville Mia-
' TilTIP Til Ulinlin ,onarv Baptist Church next Sin-
, ,iirae in uupun wbfin hundreds are txpetrted
- ' . . 0 to attend an all day program.
Last week was a great -day for At eleven o'clock In the mottling
the fish of Duplin County, for the program will open with a ser
they were fed so many worms and mon by the Rev. u m Hoiioway of
s-ftt KM"with them without: being Pink Hill and Rev. Lonnie rowers
nan trh Tkma T T 1 1 111 J i ... , '
uie pasutr in cnarge
tact with case or carrier, and in
direct contact with j"toys, dishes,
etc, which iis' "soiled 3y secretions
from cases1'" r Carrier, Hyiies,' dogs
What is known Mttdt the inci
dence of Infatttile paralysis T
1. u priBfiafly . disease of
children, as oven- eighty per cent
of the- cases 'art UHdef three years
of age. - .A--". ."". V, r
2. , U ocCxharacterlsUcally
during the summer 'months, pre
vailing most" extensively in hot,
dry weather." ' 'i. ,
8. It is only slUrtiUv: contia-louai
As a rule,' .tbe..,propcftion of; the
population coming doWn in an jout
break of the .tusease,-4s. hot over
one person- to; a. thousand or two
tbusandatt Infetloua rate of one
the community buiidlnir this week un-1 intecuoua ri
, , ' , - by the ladTs of toe Xt rriln t0 flw
t of honor wiU be held in Church. , . - f rwwtenan c ,t.ta characleriatk,j
utureVW' : S" C J
caurht. One man from HallmrilW
vey Boney of Rose Hill was reoom- lPe "MKS Ulat 11
mended to reappointment to. her ui4;sel 8".n , ban
duUes as County Welfare Worker rivep on ftenln" davs vou
Mrs. .Boney had1 no opposiUoii atovave home before hht
for the Job and has practically no wJf " othe5 !ellow tiiere
oDDoaitinn in thi rn.ir... mT. , - om late comers had to sit dou-
t--VVH .Mb n livt WWII CUIQ 1 . rtri. 1 ,
more than that her whole heart is ' I"1, ,arge crowd on tne banks of
in ner dally duties. Mrs. Boney
ie ever mindful of the needs of the
county's less fortunate and never
slows up In her efforts to make
the world, a better place in which
for them to live.
ine rivers and streams scare the
nsn and they run to shelter and
very few are being caught com
pared with the number of fishermen.
Cupid Not So Busy
Maybe R. A.
Court Next Tuesday
General County Court convenes
next Tuesday morning with a ra
ther heavy docket Court was post
aracieristically a . ru
tending Her pre vail in
' " 1 f if.. in Ultfao. u '"-'(lis.- -
f '-., niaycvueuideiHiciviyat'
tacking a large number lof people
m a given place; endemlcally few
people In a given place.or spora
dical! person here and there."- r
' What amtto y mntoV - ' )
Siravbcrry rc'ilival (Goto Off
To Good Start Rlonday Night
With an attendance esUmafed at new and hovel designs have , been
two thousand the "Strawberry set up and in themselves wohsti
Festival, Merchant's . Exposition tute a display well worth Inabee-'
and. Auto show got off to a fin -tion.v.The enoalUok .
f,WaIlac8 Mondav m Z wnt. 1 Jnfbrmabve alue
the Brick warehouse. It .was con- as showinr what Wlia(,D.
1 he Cupid seems to be on a mi nnnH Mn h. t . .
, v, ; ... , . -- . vc nisi Muiiuay uur
tbU week. Maybe it is the NRA to the absenn f Mr b v ir-n.
or something like that. .He got'cU?rk. "
only three, couples, one white and I Jury cases are set for trial Tues-
two colored. . dav with th h,i .
- 6 JU1U1CJJ
William Miller and Hazel Hunt JL. .
were the white victims and Henrv nZ? ' t D' MUIer' J'
Lee Best with K.fL Smltt' He 8"lvan, H. E.
',-- iwinier. joe unnnon n vr wn.
ttaa atawnew Boner with LiUte
Ruth .Carr .were the vicUms a
mong the' colored race. All are resi-
denta of Duplin-County,
Following the moming soimon
dinner will be spread on the
At the afternoon session an ad
dress will be delivered by the Hev
R. C .Foster, pastor of :he Wat
saw Baptist Church.
Mr. Carl Smith, Clerk of the
Hallsville Church, stated that ev
ery one was expecting it to be one
of the best gatherings ever hold at
! The Hallsville Ctuirch is an in
stitution in our county heaped with
historical facts. The Church is
said to be the mother of the Bapt
ist Churches at Beulaville, Dobson
Chapel, Cabin and possibly others
The Hallsville church is the suc
cessor of what was once known as
Limestone Church. Limestone was
organised long before the Civil
War. The exact date is not known
to the writer but information is
that tne church is over a hundred
years old. In some historical data
gathered by Dr. H. L. Canfield of
the UniversaUst Church he refers
to Limestone Church in this sec
tion as the meeting place of one
kins, Duff Kornegay. L. A. Vernon ' the earUeBt UniversaUst move-
Ross Teachey, L. c Parker J O w m Nanb Carolina. It is be
Sandlin riii. Tiim.. u W o...' Meved that Dr. Canfield was refer-
! ; jtherland, Owen Kennedy'. Lawton rit?5 l thelwklat ta Halls-
wuuaw, J.-lUt' BWinson. -"'. (. -
of symptoms, depend.'
hage of, the ,person, Mi
power of the germ, But?
iipon the part of U&t
tem. ehleflw )nvnlvot
1 ' - n n M1BUB . IIU IIUH1
a-lMdered an excellent showing, foe what it does".v ' i TV! ZV '
. . , 1 V . - j I'S lue child Is si
jthe first hlght. '
tem chiefly lnvolvi
j ine typical case
-1!- N ... .Ulj "i- .
- . l'i A cniia s
Aubrey Harreu wejeped 1 with headache;
isitors Mondav - ni-ht wfli.'1 ....i.
Visitors were highly pleased with visitors Mondiy night and .ured
the exhlbiU and the circus, which theitf to accept 'the! ."ttaskeve!"
atu-actea a luit nouse for Its first. which h.e desoHhebv "a" the Marts
performance. The Exposition con-J and minds W th- U X.
local High School, 'receiving, her, Unues every nighti this Week, clos- lace. Jr. Hamtti nmttAt .tV
Diploma here. In '31, ' She entered ing on Saturday evenmg. Tonight i audience. Rivers n Jnhrin
this week' received her A." B. De
gree., ,i j V ij"
E. C. T. C, the following year and 'is expected by many to be the "Big
mgni-.oi me week, c - .''t
Displays were adjudged of a high
character and Mayor J. - Aubrey
Harrell, manager of the show, said
there had been more general and
more-generous cooperation on. the
part of the entire communltyjthan
ever before. ExhlbiU of the busl-l
How To Get Mar-
-T . 1 T . ,-
idsc license in vise
-I'ou Are Interested
'Warsaw, who acted as master of
ceremonies during the evening'
Quite- a number of the -State's
wed known men were prseent at
the opening of the show, among
them Congressman Graham - A.
Barden and R T. Fountain. .
candidate for the V. 8. Senate, who
nW X L d' 1 1 1 .Community Picnic
k i-utttuun oanicneaa Goes off Big
The Youth of the town began to
at soutneriand's Pasture
preset mM' .Lii . ' -W. " " w gather
iiT5Zri? W signing thes
'r&f& . .. " "u"ff " limited ani
'MOUinona'LZ: rs "e roBoecuve Who fan tn fna ivii- . . " . .
TfflMhBki... mi . : 1 - - - uiiuiitiiee- wuic-u uulo eiris ana nova rnnu
ProdU'cers In Dupila ' i. VerV HmT ZTTZZZ. 7' "ZJCITJ1' " Jon-
iw,: r, . - -r. 1 wuv ions
,wni'w a iiurmiav. vr nAv anff) v. a.a. . "
Saturday of thl 'iZSCPrT'. "u "l P'ces snown part were directed by Revs. F. B.
7. ii 2, V .' - -jim
ir, Drowsiness, irh
ache; and prost;raya
most cases. The f c
extremities and vi&W
sualiyMevelops. In atttfjite cases.
Paralysis develoDs in from4wftnt v.- r
.. .j i. -.i. : '
tuur nou,to tnre da. ,": ;
stow mayk transmission Of disease
- Be prevented fhV :
o far, .there Is 06 proof that
f below 'irtay have to pay the Tax to Joyner and F, L. Goodman. These
Who' hafe DlantPH l 1 I .T 1 m ln,a IL games lasted until the supper was
C!??!lp,anted cottn "85 in I all producers are urged to attend spread on th hint -f 12"
wuci ,uiut, uiey mav receive thlr tn H. ..-...7. . , . :. . . : r -
ti . . . ., t 0 ui auuuuiui miu nere
uic ivnuwing places.
Albtertson, Holt's Store 6th and 7th
ciiiilh, r reeiy am It no gth,
.Jno. F. Southerland
was some left for the
stormed the hill Just
crowd had left.
very few of the adults
hogs : who
auuum 8 til ... jno P Qniithorion I u,e aouiis 01 the
Umestone, Sandlins Store gth j V-SJ I town took Part " " sames but
u iru.v onnianriui v. 1. . . .
H Thio-T 1 . V"BU nicHuicivca Wltn
:amDbell " or tne spring
amuw- taions cnn1 Hn.. ir.ii-j'L. . . . . -r-T--
neas concerns bartlclDatine' wen. 'eritrtAtnmr.i- .ZTT. :"Mi'u" 'ocioence .or the disease has
If you are planning to apply for f1 subject of much favorable convliuhg of the Exposition. - W i
' marriage license it will be well for
you to note the requirements for
.license' In this .'county.' The man
who la planning to marry must 'ap
pear in person before, the Register i
of Deeds and make an affidavit1
that he is in good health, He must
lbring some individual with him j
who can make affidavit "that both)
Ninth Historical Celebration
Held At Kenansville Sunday
bbob inriuencea oy any measure
directed toward its control;
General Measures Used - '
X Keeitw youne . children- from
public gatherings. ; ,v , ;
Z. Keep, children in operi alr .and
sunshine-aV, much as practicable
and have good yenUlaUOn Mn . the
home.- v , ,,, , '"-u ; !
.: 4 We'-hend.befora gating :and
keep hands,Jpe,ncfls, etc ou; o! the
mouth v . , . y, 3 , j
ar,A-.s T,. i. ,, larmewpreacner for 4ii vMra 1 ' , ; i.:
cither or both of the contract: u""mr. His homewa. ahn. f iK m7 Mose Known;-nave
, orti;. u n. i o Ul tv,8UiDemgpresentirom :. T " - , oee.i' m contact wiu. a case.
v-pi ess ureex, uiniers School 6 ih and 7th
: . v-"ttr"-y th and 7th W n nmr.Kn X"""""6 u
uio reeK, Wallace 8th . . n p.mr.hl 1 w- lne suPPe'" call was given
Rockfish, Snyder Can- Store 6th arid 7th V" a pow! most of "'ta were as anxious
Rose Hill, Scott's Store 7th and 8th w n .fi for food 88 vouth wh had been
w::;;r.tt., in 8" Dana
"..w eth, 7th and 8ui
t aiBuu, at i own nail th
D. H. Carlton
M. C. Lewis and
Faison, at Calyso 8th M. C. Lewis and j'. w
6th, 7th and 8th John King
SMU TIL. j ,
Wolfscrape, at Voting Precinct
K nTv.n' Strt " .'7th and m V.V.WeTouUaw
Kenansville, at Agents Office . . . . 6thv . and 8-
t , and girl named in the license leo;T and ministered
,18 years old or older, v on 8undaV , as farmer-preacher for 45 years.
Kenansville Production Ass'n
Loans; $113,000jTo Farmer
The scene of the picnic is an
ideal place for folks who are used
to flat country. There we have
just a touch of the mountains with
a spring of clear bubbling water
at its foot. The hill is so steep
that inexperienced climbers have
great difficulties In trying to climb
or descend the hill. Several took a
tumble which added to the gaity of
: cessary to bring the parent or. . E Bryant preached in T Fatner Inman- was affec
or both Parents of the parties the forenoon and John ru" "Ty C8i,ed' -Oucat.
r age to the office of the Reg- gerald m afternoon. Rev. W?H WM the Bible
r of Deeds and let them there st..,- n, o.b ..f!.l:!;;." and in the theological titeratun.
- and Latin Classics, through jthe
a. anln at ., i ; - .juujiuin versions 01 tnem." , .
n A i . . T Buu HlVlllUia KI Wlm.TfH.r'.,- 1 V . I ?.:', T 1
e negistar 01 ueeas office, i , rv h t. ni". I
i , out the blank-glvmg consent Mlssa WunaZ wMPT tt, Bta
t the marriage. If It is Impossible plano and Mrs. W H. Ikti S f tln vU
The Kenansville Production Cred
it Association has met with much rTeSDyterian
wu jrcur , ii was .reportea
oy Variana King, Secretary-Trees
S Sixteen Cows To
Farmers In County
;. O. AVOTo thna who xmio-h A
sneezewlthout'hpldins; a handker- iurer ,Df the 'organization. The As
chief over' the. nose and inotath' 'W'aUon. so far has loaned $118,000
' A. Eat a well rounded diet, ' .l0 Iarmers in the county as com
, JvKeep away from known caes Pa""1, with $64,000 loaned to far-
Through the Rural Rehabilita
tion Program sixteen cows were de
llvered to farmers in this county
loaf n.Anl A A ...
. ai present tncro in
While, a controversial DreannAP
a written, consent properly offlcW m,. tte e was accepUble as such. But 1 he
6drl briUtool -M -Ponsibljlty
r r--. universaiism " in the mountains . "' 'ouu "'ereiore or-
. te msvn at we ornce. ana The following excerpts are taken gamzed Bunday "cho1' Ana t Is
j will be granted. The fee irom his address: recorded that, mounted on a mule,
,T-u-y Universaiism was first brought ri a" wmj many """ "a011
:i must be nald at the tlmo ha La. . ... i . 1 """WM if k mn.
i i.jA . . i""" "e mountain regions of North " rr MTnjl "Z UMm
, uaronna many years ago by a .man " " tne people
ar- Whoge name nobody today seedis to rd and yn. who came to recejve
e nil- owjiI..- i : - . his instruction.
. iiwiiuuu . .. rarnri i rr . , .k .... I
y could , save: themselves him as the saddle-bar preacher"'. Durina' the period of hid minis-
Tffiiee- gifflpected of having dl- ' J? Jtt1uP, and Pender Coun- 11:16. This program is being spon
ee. - T; J- ' ; ; es last year. This year Pender 'sored by the Womans Auxiliary
I. Call' your family docWlf SiT JLUIJder, 0,6 WUmlnrton and Will be to a very Interesting
M hM ...o-o-o.ti,, i,raw.A..i ?fnco,of .the loaning associations, ud liutnwiv. tu
is Issued, p
i ould consider the above rul-
chlld.ljaS suggestive symptoms of
ine disease as early treatment 1s
very, necessary. r' Early diagnosis
j will also prevent the spread of di-
ease.',y.l .f-''"" ' 'K'.'i
There Is no yacoine-W market
at present. -v.ti,fj.,is
' i e hi t . iiy i '
v-oiion- iarmers.' are suu tun a
A special Foreign Mission pro
gram on Brazil will be given at 120 farm families being aided by
Grove Church Snnrlav mnmlncr otH.- n , u
.,, 7 , 8 wm mi nenaoiiitation In Dup
11:16. This program is being spon lin Counties
11M1r- KJng stated that pracUcally mon for the morning will be "The I
Hit. loans were made to. tobacco .Church's Need of a World Field"
23 ff "' thejsounty's The evening service will be the ,
two chief money crops. The Seed firaf nt . I
rh. thi. : . . " 't aci vices
tiAnnn ' lu in wmch the members of the P.
. .. P- V will have charge of the
The local Aoawiatinn waa nnr.. .. :
i T f - Fur" m ojr ermong dealing with,
pow is to loan money to farmers the Home.
wwu ueuome scocKnoiaen in th : vA.
w uvbVUU Will
x cmniHr t . i . - j r 1 ra usi vriinvci n rtit cri van nur t riab aiatti i - . jl uu sub
t.me andoften embarrass- ana avers that he came into the 7 " . .7" ministers tork Cotton - Exchange -Vseri Z!",,u,, Ior r"e. purpo or of these services
l y having every thing In or- ZT ,
a application is being made universaMst
, t f courtesy to the Register He preached
It would be well when offered nd engaged to debate with ,n E- H- Lake H- BWnn.li. JT : lff daya M King
,manv orthorfnv nfvkailiaM xr
i ganlzed no . church, but made at Mr- Wlulm Ive" mentioned at
to make application dur-
"ice hours. ,
un norseoacK witn a taw nvio. nun iHuK aw- ' uti.
m. w. , time to time welcomed in thi. , -t'TTf.'rw Pair on the farms. It la
"fain, i.." ".1 ton a. co-laborer.: nTL Z.'Z organization.
wherever onnort C- F. R. Shehane, J. C. L ' a dmnf fh o auTnnA' . An occasional loan Is
Bi an. rmgree, Dr. J. B. Doda ami .' we ,riaia,.,,. -
gainst huge stocks .of cotton. Va.
.. . . . .iwuw. utsuuiuB UH!unninpn in riu ' v . .. .
1 iuu are mvitea
vice J growing. a crop or to build and re-1
strlckly a ' Washington sounds nations on a
FIND STILL IN
ssnerur Williamson and Deputy
Dail found a 40 gallon copper still
hid in a branch in Albertson last
Friday. The still, apparently was
being moved from the place of op
eration. No whiskey or beer was
1st Garner urges re
nate rules. , '
least there nnv-fa ',k 'ay-preachers.
were farmers and teachers. ' i "Tn Wortc begun by these mln-
"One of these men. -Jonathan isters is carried on under the ana.
656,000 bales that were around In
,1-iok, Decame a local preacher. Af- pices of the Women's NaHoMl and i.nfM ...t.' .
him . ,,.. . . .. i yrrr r
t iujuvvv."' .... .ly,,', M tii na ijvsiHNinnnrv annnninTinn vr i '
I trol. It 'doesn't nulla, mnoh Ait.
...:.:: ' . -J - i . I " - u
It will' take, some timeCo die- j rerence: where the control comes
from so long as It is directed in
the interest of the growers.
.. Foreign Policy Association
port urges lowering tariffs.
Consumers who are yelling a
bout the price of meat might be
Interested to know that cattle and
calves on farms, as of Jan 1, 1039,
totaled 60,667,000. There were
pose of the
hure cotton eurnliMl1"1 laa
3 ( 1 I
r-' ' t aa Well make i ( -r
I e smr.e fori i 1 1
' ' Six-to-one vote favors retention
of AAA wheat program.' '
- million WU1 be spent under board 'only 6.701.O00 head in 1928 and i
plans for rural relief. , ; .. . . the tea year average is 61,257,000.
F. C". Walker Is slated "for Far- wwle taU beef prices were 3
ley's post in the Cabinet. . ix-'V..; per cent higher during the first A i
it . ....-.., . w' v months of this year than they
.'.'wean viuiimw ICIU WIU -A"-'-'
xay aids war on cancer. , .were In 1933. they were atiU about
I 24 per cent lower than in 1929,
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