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THE Ti lLS COV:
DUPLIN LIKE A ROOF
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY''
THURSDAY, JULY, 4th., 103ft
Bripst Cbunty Tax Rate 30c;
ii ','.14 , , u 4m
mm nn&f urn A
I ; "overrents ,
To Have New School;
, 4 .10 Or 12 Room :
,v ' ' Structure
1 " O. P. ' Johnson, . Superintendent
S" of Education ' for Duplin i County
' took office Monday morning after
. being qualified before the Clerk of
Superior Court, Mr. Johnson im
' mediately aet In to work an ah ela
borate program for . : JXiplln's
schools. He has been' at work in
: the County since his selection for
' the office. : Quite a bit of his time
baa been spent In visiting the va
rious communities and Schools in
the county, ' working with ' archi
tects and engineers determining
What repairs ' and improvements
are needed and moat noticeable are
the plana for a new achobrfor the
' Some of our readers might be
interested to know Just where
our new subscribers and renew
als come from this week We
list - exactly SO new homes to
our group of readers and have
renewed 44 subscribers
Ot the new ones 84 go to the
Pink Hill Post Office. Beula
ville 8, Magnolia 1, KenansviUe
V Jib'. OUve , Falson 1, Chin
quapin 6 and 4 go-outside the
county , " ;
. Out list of renewals will be
found aa follows: Beulavilta ,
Kenans vUle 10, Pink HiU 15, Mt
Olive I, Chinquapin 8, Wallace
8, and S outside the county.
George R. Vrrd Oi
Wallace A; 'r.tcd ,
v Count; :tc5
Recorders Court . . '
! In Brief Session
' Recorder's Court .convened Mon
day for a brief session. At the sug-
.ouniy m.BuKnip,iuwi Rivers
' - ,0"r,,,m . 77- , court nol pressed a few old cases
of Education Monday and n clock adjourned. The reason given
like fashion, he revealed Ills prog-. tllrmm ira VBrv.6bu.v
i to the board nad secured their neusl-g ,tobftcco ,n0 jaU cases
1 ah practically every pro- " A.ii k fJ
'a the afternoon the . : ..
.. Tr. Johnaon met with V
e Board U Commissioners andf v
tried the program to a finish in
ka Will JJf VfOUCU UI OkCllflUaDTtuv sWHW
' We ft J very sorry to learn that
Mrs. I".. V. Wells was carried to the
ho . n Ooldsboro last .Thurs-
ng and underwent an. op
Latest reportB from her
iraging'and It is hoped
wil aoon be able to re-
eratiu are .
Succeeds E. S. ..(" i
whoresigned tit 1 1 . J-
tersb'a at Wsr ei ,. ....tat
aaade Uadjv ' ,
ge T. V.'ard, prominent Wal-
1 Vi. ,'n County attorney,
u, ill (ilcltor of the Ge
neral County Court . . Monday : to
succeed E. , 3. (Bogue) Johnaon
who resigned Monday to accept tb
postmaste'.aMp at Wallace. Mr.
Ward' was selected out of a nunv
ber 6t applicants. ' , ' ' ,
Mr. Ward has , served - Duplin
County In the Legislature of 1917,
1929 and 1927.- Ha unsuccessfully
ran aVainst Judge Henry. A. Gra
dy of Clinton for Judge of Superior
. Mr. Ward stated that he was
most appreciative of the ' appoint
ment, and Would" give his very best f
t tne Job., , '
- ii iii i i. i'.Vi " t "
, POWELL CONORATULATES
W. E; Powell, Attorney of fce-
nansvUle, who ran second high in
the last campaign' for, the Job and sloners
Ward of Wallace, Dup
i soJIoltor of the General
Court says that he is to
st forth every effort to
i iuc uuurt wori in a
1 and business like man- -in
Heated thaf our Coun
t should be "On ' a self
basis, if It U not, and
I, in no Indefinite terms
f that when a person is
i fat the court and let off
Ine ,, or costs that - the
should be paid now and
ff till tomorrow. Here's
.Ward,' we are With.
a a person is hailed in-
i on any charge' and is
tough, to get away with
:t costs he should be so,
sat he will pull out the
iiedlateiy. If he Won't do
a we say let bun work It
the' roads - Immediately.
'ie law breaking class of
ty feel that they can get '
Away v 3th Tine and pay that
When f y .will then we, have a
poor "use. of a court and court
The I -ard of. County Commis-
' " V1 .,;, ...U" r . ..
Cotton Growers 7
Karn.A TmJ T-i 1 M 4 !
aaacu xiuu ill J.J704:
The Cpunty Agents Office is
shipping about four hundred small
Cotton Tajt Exemption Certificates
to Washington this week to have
them re-issued for use by the Cot
ton farmers this fall in ginning
These Certificates were left over
from the 1934 season and if any
other cotton producers have left
over certificates they should turn
them in at the County Agents of
fice at once as they will have to
be re-issued or they cannot be used
in ginning cotton this fall says Mr. I
Legal Liquor In j
Tuesday morning saw tW first I
legalized liquor sold in North Ca-'
rolina since the state went drv!
long before prohibition. Wilson
County, as a result of a countyl
wide election, opened the Wilson!
County Alcoholic Control Board1,
DUPLIN' COUNTY'S THUM.
BIND CHAMP SETS RECORD
T. W. Waters of Warsaw
claim a record In the art of
"traveling any way Mister". Mr.
Waters has been working with
the Federal Relief Department
86 months ' yesterday. During
tne time his headquarters have
been In KenansviUe and baa
had to report at the Office each
day. During the 26 months.
Mr. Waters has not missed a
day at his, task and has had on
ly one week's vacation and dur
ing the 26 months he has thum
bed a ride from Warsaw to Ke
nansviUe In the morning and
back to Warsaw In the after
noon every day with one ex
ception when he paid 15c for a
ride on the A. & C. Jltnev.
Mr. Waters reported for
work at 8:45 each morning un
til last week when the hour was
changed to nine o'clock.
His duties, if he were in the
army, would be that of quarter
master, in other words in char-
e of the store room.
The thumbing champion is 44
asi campaign lot, the !job and sloners ( s still coiundering Uhe UMnty A,conoll: Control Board1-. . ,T
an- applicant thui time asked' proposed cooperation with the State store m Wilson and the first day's ; DeWDemeS UnDrO
itiitriniiinir ' fAtnrP at th wmiw opeuw
ncii .rtmtmtm nul fnr AnnRrtu tln6" IMXt
in Wolfpwrsns Tov M near . ited in the .present A
UW JUWL8 w extend hut ongra- Oepartn., t of Conservation where
tulations to. Mr. .Ward and wish bv DuoLa Countv win hxv ovorv
him every - success. Mr. Powell possible forest fire protection. The
''BlU Eck"asheis nwr fami"arlv.matter will tw Mmuhhoi mn
known among hU close r" 'j gsid . thoroii' lily at "the meetiwr Jof the
.-ib--. BoarcV, next Monday., - . "
, . f f ' -1 i in 0 ' I'll ' .
fitable This Year
W it was enounced iHj11"
-The office wtU be W toJ- Ward p
r,. :ao, Mr. Powell' sta!
I flee building, i
Powell " sta
ty i.vA uj e.imt.,,.. ry
en j about ws men 4 school
pui-ns $577.09 IN TAii-i CaLLUX
who would attend tittf school. Pre-1 County Tax Collector Henderson'
aent plans, however, only .call for reported f that 15,377.09 wa coir
an elementary school. The propose lected through, his office during the
ed sight; ia thought, to be i t ar e-
nough . from other schools not to i
month of June.,
, interfere with their set up, it being APPLICATIONS TO SELL BEER
8 miles from Calypso,. 1-2 miles
from Mt OUve, IS from' Kenans- Applications t osell bear were
H ...0 and 12 miles from- B. F. Gra- granted by the Commissioners Mon
' ' - " " I , - day to C. H. Wells, Tin City. M. L.
- ' other proposed constructions are Brlnson, Wallace and C. U Mercer,
or 8 rooms at B. P.'Orady,' 4 BeulaviUe.-. (. ,
rooms' at Falson, 2 rooms at Calyp-1
so, 2 rooms at Chinquapin, 2 fire 2 MORE CASES PARALYSIS
'" escapes at Rose HilL' a 16 room! 1
elementary building at Warsaw to) Two hew cases of Infantile Para-'
replace the present structure, a 10 , lysis', has been reported in the
room high school building at Beu-j County this week. '".. .
laviUe. The Wolfescrape , school I ' ' "' ' -'
jugi rciiutce uw ', present jodo "jro wmuuiiw mm hwi w
. scnooi. room aaaiuons. win i be "ce snipDiuiaers. . ' .
' made to the Falson,. Warsaw, Ke
nansviUe -and Rose Hill "Colored
schools. '' . y v, i fc
I- Application for & loan of 200,-
- 000. from the Federal Government m K ' pmg ' ' l ' f ' sY 1
f JftSSS Fear, 72 Against Crop Control
49 per cent or $90,000 will be an .'. ' o . v -, ,
. outright, grant and $110,000 will Diipllri County farmers piled up
For Shot-Gwi C-jhts
Hiram Bryant ha been placed
under v $2,500 bond, and his bro
ther, Justice Bryant,, under a SI,-
000 bond by Justice of the Peace
C. B. Sit tenon- for the killing of
Edmund McMillan . last June l 23.
The hearing was held before Jus
tice Sitterson and Coroner. Carl
Smith in the presence of a jury,
The Jury's, verdict was that Ed
mund McMillan, came to his death
by a shotgun wound at the bands
of Hiram Bryant, aided and assist
ed by ' Justice Bryant, The trial
will be held at the July term of
Superior Court , -" -
M. Solicitor and Mr. Jud
W" going: to-dd with
. U ilv" w carried into ou,w
i wfce lua been caught with
liquor boujftt bt Wilson, Klnstojb
s Wilmington, that's your pro
blem, and It fa suae coming.
'W. 'H H 1 1 o tj. , ' -
sales totaled over $1,000. Yester
day while a store was opening in.
larDoro, xne Wilson store doubled I
its' sales. No disorders were re- . Jonesboro, June 24. The . ga
ported, nor did the expected grand thering of the crop of dewberries
rusl' materialize. The event was m jonesboro and vicnity has been
Of no mdre moment than would practically finished. The dewberry
not satisfied with the
received lor the berries this
have been the .opening of a groc- lowers were i
jry sterewas reported, ,. , f, delved
-' 'L ' ''L' 4eaonj;ind n
Board Votes to Donate
Final Count Shows 4,535
have to be repaid at a. 4 per cent an almost unanimous vote in favor
- interest rate . v i : of the continued" crop control, for
The matter of misbehavior s on another year in the tobacco con
school busses was discussed and trol voting laat, week. .Final tabu
the board at the request of the Su- lation. in the county reveals 4,535
perlntendent passed the following powe voting in favor of the plan
resoluUon: 'IThat ail students are na -vpunfagama k.,
.fii in -Lt -si.. .. .; ,. i (.;'' " -
km, u kiiuw uju nuuer uic ira.' ftnrA fialfi furd belt vated
perVlaion ot the principal unUl JJSLffAXSSl
. -r M . " tontrol and; farmers Will again
Any bus driver who falls to main- next vear raise tobacco under the
tain proper control and discipline pe, e Agricultural Ad
on buss, r-nll on failure to re-m(snt Aei-X 8 L
port to tua school principal, ? be ... 0
' Superintendent Johnson alao sta,- InVestiatingT SaiTip
ted that he would insist that buys ann NT1 MlllHfr -
Tommy Oresham of Warsaw has
bia ups and downs with, his knee
as result of a XoorbaU injury mb
a-a result of a football injurv
white in coltoge, '.Tommy'- knee
made a flying tackle a fow days
ago and went oft sides. :hV jour
neyed to a nearby town to have
the joint put back in placet" On re
turning to Warsaw Tommy stepped-
out of his car and snap, his
knee went haywire" again. Tommy
would , certainly "appreciate anv
suggestion as to how one can keep ;
Waic-.,. JLZlJtrl. J'AJ" tax whatever for Capital
yWfll RWIUD WIAAVK VlWh .1UV
ers in this community have not
. .! .; o made enough to pay for the ex-
The Kenansvllle Town Board met nenae incurred in raising the crop.
Tuesday night to consider permit-;
New Budget Proposed
RATE SEtTt $1.70 ;
County Boards Have ;
Busy Day Monday
Sunday night 12:00 o'clock elc
Ised another year In the history of
Duplin County and saw the County
clicking along on a balanced bud
get and on the black side of the
' Monday the Commissioners met
to finish up the business of the old
year and to launch the 1935-36 pro
gram. The group, in an optomis
tic mood, moved along with the
day's work, taking up routine mat
ters in the morning and in the af
ternoon meeting With the Board of
Education and the County Super
intendent of Schools to work out a
proposed budget for the new fiscal
The. budget will be found on the
back page of this issue. As it
stands it has not been approved
but merely proposed to carry on
the work of County and school administration.
Most conspicious In the proposed
budget Is the increase of the tax
rate from $1.40, last year's figure,
to $1.70. The increase, it will be
noted falls In the columns,' Coun
ty Debt Service Fund, Current Ex
penditure School Fund, Capital
Outlay, .School Fund, and School
Debt Service Fund. The . largest
single .increase Is in County debt
lng the Odfellows Orphanage Sing- r j; . a - xj
ing Class to give a concert here VOOaing IS AGllIlg
As Health Officer
July 11th. But to the Infantile Pa
ralysis epidemic, it was decided to
ask the class not to appear, but to
raise $20, the amount cleared by
the class last year and send them
as a donation.
The TIMES suggests that any
one in KenansviUe wishing to do
nate to this cause see Rev. Mr.
Goodman, Mr. C. E. Quinn, Mayor
Jimmy Jerrltt or leave their dona
Dr. G. V. Gooding of Kenansvllle
is acting County Health Officer
effective last Sunday.Dr. Gooding f! J
las talP""" "
en care, of by a balance brought
uver. irom ine preceoing year.
Action of the Commissioners in v
raising the tax rate to take care
of the County's schools is expected " Tl
to meet with the approval of ev- -ery
citizen in Duplin County. It is
generally known that the school ;
buildings and.quipment are in a
deplorable condition and unw th.
present spending program of the ' ,
Federal GnvrnmAn d AK np.
-" f LCUI
his knee joint from Jumping out I tion wlth TIMES. The class
will look after the work until . a
successor to Dr. White is appoint
' Faisbn - KenansviUe
Charge M. E. Church
Services For Sunday, 'July 7 th.
KBNANSVHJJ9 ! , , .. , ..
" Sunday School .10:00 a. m.
Morning Worship . .11:15 a. . m.
r Sermon: "The Christian's "View
of War." ! X ) I :
WESLEY: V',' - ,-Y "
Sunday School ", ,.".....2:00 p. jn.
Preaching Service ,v .3:00 p, m.
Preaching by Rev. Carl W. Ha-
lv ;. Ifiuulaw thwuinrh XPt Hoi, -
, - j (lu ...... i w-.-.jn.
8:15 UP, M. a Cokeabury class for . " L
:v Monday saw the beginning of
new fiscal year" In DupUn Codn
ty and abo saw ' the --, ledger
'sheet turned from red to black,
xThe Board of Commissioners are
certainly due credit for bring
ing Duplin out of the red. .
-'i.'', 'o' '"' 'ti''",';'', '
" Mrs. D. M. JoDy. 'wldow of the
iate Judge Jolly of Kenansvllle, is
spending several weeks In Kenans
vllle. . She is no w employed by one
of the leading hotels in Washing
ton uuy. , .' --4 .
, The farmers of DUplln owe a
life. time debt to the county a
gent,'A L. McLendonrtor his and
his. office stafra untiring efforts
In their behalf .Mr. McLendon la
ever alert to the needa of our
farmers and la always on the job
to look out for their Interests.
has been notified of the action and
the board is anxious to raise the
money and send them immediately.
Promoter vanishes In
Roosevelt demands immediate
action on wealth-sharing taxes.
Automobile Driver's License
May Be Obtained In 30 Days
Ever since the passing Of the' ' Vi ' ' ' 'T T ' ,
Driver's Licenses Law in the last 'MatuieW J JOlinSOn
itgiaiaLuie, jjeupie nave ueen null-. . T ia
ing when the licenses could be ob-'UieS JNear Magnolia
tained and the requirements ' for , o
same. Arthur D. Fulkiassums the Magnolia. Funeral services were
Rain has been plentiful during
the" past few days in most parts
and elrla be seperated on alt bus-1:
ses, the boys sitting on one side ' -. . . r '
and the girls on the opposite side. ne coroner's jury m Sampson
- The County, Under the proposed county resumed its hearing yes
budget, set up $12,000 for general tey Into ' death of a Negro
repairs to schools, such as roofs, who Sampson, County Sheriff, said
toilets, buying new desks, etc. . ne had been told was Jethro Ay-
Teulavllla is s slated to get a CP-' - ' ' ' ' - '
srt-.itio tank for their school and 01 th6 leZTa J W
a water tank and tower. Under the. bv me to 06 named-Jethro As
I resent condition the water pres- kew.,waa found in a cornfield Frl
K.re is not sufficient' to maintain day with a bullet in bis body about
a p mitarv condition. H i " 00 yards from a stiU which, had
1iiroui;h aid of the FERA Wal- u umuy lugnu - (.,iy a8 nomea in the county have
l,me and Kenansvllle hope to secure ' Tne; body was discovered after been repaired up to July lat The
a ry.anaalum. .i"16 weK" rawer naa come ner , total amount of money" asked for!
- ' I in tae if his son waa belnir- hM In h n .nnii-.H... - i..
, y mwMMIM ' ,1 . ' C '"-- , "- M'W .)lllt.UVIM ' 1M ..VU1JT J
ivy viiiucto. . luiviuicu umi uv wan ..SJLa,10U.
ohH.H.n mh - Th and vicinity,, has-been slighted!
Meaning of the Christian Religion" i" b. Pw 8nB
taking hope again after the nice
rains in other parts. -r. ,
will be conducted in Wesley church
by Mr. Haley, ' , . ' j
i . -, K '
FHA Reports 366 ' i
. : Ilexes Repaired
.The Duplin County Better Housing
Campaign, submits a very encour
aging report this week.- The office
of the secretary revealed only 35
applications for loans while actual
0 , ' i oim 't w m-r niiu a, gruup oi j miss uixon, the secretary, re-
' Wars - v, is? 3rd, ' . neighbors started a'-search which ports that the Canvassers. s made
ra will be a Clilcken" Salad 'esulted in the finding of the body; contracts in each District as fol-
r f !ven at Plymouth Garage
' litu., at 6:(i P. M. Plates
; :,j cents. I -red by the
Aid of the X.arauiV Baptist
' Reports from the County Fed
eral Housing Aot indicates that
people In our. county are taking
on new life and Interest When It
ontea to home appearanoe. ' Ap
plications for ; loans have ' been'
very few and one riding through
the county can see homes paint
ed that have never known what '
paint was before and yards are
cleaned and Improved consider-,
ably. - We dent know just who
la responsible for .-Js noted Im
provement but oar guess is that -Duplin's
Home ' Demonstration
Agent, Mrs, Pratt McSwaln has
had lots to do with It, , .
-wcuiuci ut-iiuia w vent juseu- vuueruion, xzvi iJVPreflS creek. i
less wlentlste are told. ll; Falson, 29; ajhwon. 170; Is-; . superintendent Of schools' O,
t, a ..,,..- ' - ' L' Jf' Johnson
was Qualified before the : mite
(Mora on back page)
duties as State director of highway, i conducted at the residence a rew
safety on July 1st and has an- days ago for Matthew James John
nounced that the lieenses .will be a-' son,. The "rites were conducted by
vailable Within the next 30 to 60 Rev. Mr. Williams of the Maenolia
aays. juacmnery for addressing and Baptist Church, assisted Rev, Mr.
numbering tne driver's licenses ;Bryaht of 'New Hope Baptist
has been ordered and "will bay in-CBurch. Interment was in the fami
stalled at th Department of Re- iy burial lot
venue bulldtag soon. All chauffei ;; - ,
will wear a badge whtca wil? be a, ' Active pallbearers were J. A.
vailable within a few;. weekai. and ,SMth Jim Oeatnutt Ellie Smith,
will cost $2.00 eaih All operkors. ieU. -Tm Wilson, Eurle
of cara who have bad one V t Heathti?Thurman West, Eddie Drew
unviuj r experience , wui ' naye u t..m,u..0
cenae' frW''pv(ae';atliMi' a-Qtov BordenJSr, L. A. Baa
made before November Jsf All per O, U Matthews, Jim Hines,
sons who. have hot had 'the years' Rufu" Gaddy Frank Byrd, John
drivnig experience- will have to Chestnutt, L. M. Saunders, Hoke
take the driving examination in thd Taylor, Forreat Merritt, aaude
presence ;of r one of the Highway West, Albert Chestnutt,: Fred John
Patrolmen, who will determine the eon,' T. A. Borden, J. J Borden, Jr.
abUlty. of .the, person applying to Rhode" Young, Willie Roberts, C. J
operate a r- ;Thls will automati- Caon , 5: ,
cally make it necessary for any IjXg. th- w 70
Z rgt f " bid, was the son c-f Henry J. John-
Z T f "U, T- A' Barden, J. J; Harden. Jr.
mlt to the test before obtaining U- He' had been to declining health
censea, unless they have , had a for morfr in 10 years. He is sur
cialpermJssioMoobetoacar ,vlve(, Dy u, widow, the former
before reaching the age of Id. Oth-; MJsg Xnme v. .aley; five sons,
erwise the ung rson would In- j. , A d . B. S., and Lewis of
criminate himself by" testifying , ' -
... u. u.- w .... :.... Turkey: Frank, of Mawiew. Pa.:
1 before reaching the legal age. iy Ithree daughters, Mrs. Paul Owens,
t .j'.. , . '.' "j.. J -Wallace;' Mrs. Hubert West,, Tur
Additional -Information will be . t - .',. ,.
n -1. 'key Mrs. I. .L. Hawes, Rose, Hill;
plans have been made after ne suiier, ssra.- w., n. voroeu,
ty providing it borrow the remain
ing 55 per cent.
The first proposed rate was $1.78
but after hours of work and thrash
ing out the combined boards final
ly setteld on a $1.70 rate.
Us From New York
About Billy Sunday
Poughkeepsie, N. C.
June 30, 1935
Editor, Duplin Times:
Every year at Millbrook, near
Poughkeepsie the International
Union Mission holds a conference.
Every year Billy Sunday is one of
the speakers. We went out today
to hear him. He is changed from
the Billy Sunday that we heard in
Bluefield, W. Va. fourteen years a-
go. Then he could preach twice a
day, shake hands with a thousand
people each day. The spirit was
willing today, but the flesh was
weak. A few shook his hand after
the sermon, but Mrs. Sunday soon
surried him away. Billy Sunday
alluded to his condition in these
words "0, God, the house in which
I live is decaying. The window
lights are out, the windows are
rattling, the roof leaks ,and some
of the shingles are off."
It was pathetic to hear him say:
"I cannot understand why I cannot
get out and preach as I once
In conclusion he said: "I have
worn myself out trying to make It
easier for people to do right and
harder for them to do wrong".
This was the most elevated thing
I ever heard Billy Sunday say. I
would go a long' way to hear him
say it again. I am sure he has
made It easier for many people to
do right and harder for them to do .
wrong. His views are not my views
his. theology ia not my theology, '
but I thank God for all who make
it "'easier for us to do right and '
harder for us t odo wrong."
l JOHN T. FITZGERALD '
-! ,--i. o ' ' - '
. Churches -would amend Conati- '
tutton to gain social security.
the arrival of the' licenses' In Ra- Turkey ,' and 19 grandchildren. , .,
' , : r ft h t v1! 1 I r .t. 5 1
in IKi, C i's, rerof-
saw, 127; and ,V
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