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" KENANSVUXE, N. ! G.
PUBLISHED EVERY THCK8DAT ' ;
THURSDAY, SEPT. 19th., less
::ii3FS -To - Meet In Raleigh
holiday May Be Called Soon
(From the Nevm '& Observer)
Raleigh, 'Sept. -19.T-A committee
of undetermined size, representing
tobacco growers in , many sections
of Eastern . North r Carolina, has
been called to meet in Raleigh to
day to consider what steps should
be taken to Improve tobacco pri
ces. With sub-parity prices contln -
uing over the belt yesterday,, the payment Service office located in
general .". dissatisfaction became Wallace In tha town of f ice building
more and more apparent' - J and opened every day for those to
Although; today's' meeting is" in-: register who are seeUng wo.K.
tended to be a committee meeting J.r, Mrs! Southerland will nowbe in
only, at which time the proposal of Kenansville on Tuesday and Thurs
a great mass meeting would ': be 'day of each week. All those wish
considered, there was a widespread' tog to register please call by the
imnrBHBinn.that.it. wa Va mass Durtin Times office whores Mrs.
. mMnir tnStftif k t Ant nipht re-
porU were received that large de-
legations -wOiHa pe' present : iruiu
some sections. ' The ' committee
meeting had' been called for 2:00
o'clock. " i , -' i
, Plans Proposed
-The commlttee-or the, larger
group if that Is what It turns out
to toowill have before it tfco fol
lowing suggestions, ; among others,
made at local meetings held in
many market towns: ? ; . 'V ' 1 seDtember 16, when ha was struck
X. The declaration of a. "tobacco v automobUe Qrlven by Mr.
holiday.", wltA .markets. closed Bloom of Klnstdn. The boy
while a 1936 algn-up . campaign is ered a Droken Jaw bone and
conducted and Other steps taken in j bruises which were
an effort to bolster faltering prices. , " ,.lou. He was . carried to
2. The calling of a belt-wide mass, nm Walker HoBpltal in Wilm
meetlng, wlth-,Sec'retary of Agri- , . here ne received: medical
culture Wallace invited to be pre
sent to hear the growers' appeal.
A belt-wide effort-r a gov
- eminent order- if .legal means can
De iounu-rui jiuiu. uhu . ,
centage of the 1B3S: crop off the
market t f '
4. A formal request to secretary
. Wallace that he make an unequl
V vocal announcement that the ,1936
rop wm, ne. reaucea Ry,'1"
--Anntnr. (Yesteraav Jv . nut'
percentage. . (Yesterday J. B. Hut
aoni chief of the .trtjnyJlhL
of the Agricultural 'XdJustment Ad
ministration, "Issrred' a atatement
saying that the next crop might be
cut by aa much as 35,per cent but
some 'of : the growers believe A more
definite; concrete statement would
; be' more ' effective on present
prices. , ',
Loedl Meetings BeM
i eaicruay, r' "v,"v
meetings Were held at Henderson l
. and Sanford, ainular to the meet
ing at Oxford the day before. In
addition,' the governor received a
t pettUon. asking that something be
done, signed' by several hundred
, growers of Beaufort 0)untyv,The
Yesterday-mass . ;pric protest
report from Durham was to the ef
fect thai growers, were Decuuuug:
more dlssatlf led aa prices re
mained low. -
The effect if any, of Hutson's
statement on today .'prices ia ex-
pected to i
affeot the committee's de
dson t-'-Tn. f'fcSud to be a heart attack. She
we pari... T -
only thing which can. materially
affect this year's prices la the com-1
blnatlon of a poucy announcement
from Washington and rapid prog-.
' resa by farmera in signing the new)
contracts-. This one, wui mmcate .FHneraj rltea were held Monday
' how the 193o supply will be redws-' Afternoon at 6:00 o'clock at the
ed if the' AAA; is given the Pwer hme and Interment was, in the
the other will give it that power. '(Itockflab Cemetery.
' "MrsR, li FleldpJand djaugnters
Robbie and. Flora of Marlon, S. C.
spend several daya in town (last
' week at guest of friends. ,
Mr. Hueh Carroll Newklrk and
Mr. JB.Boney,pf, Wilmington j
were visitors nereon ibsi . uwio-
day. . . '
Miss Margaret i.Lee Herring of
Clinton spent Friday in town with
friends. s - J " - '
Miss Mary Elizabeth Wella ac
companied Miss Margaret Farrior
to, Greensboro-Thursday to (vlstt
her for several days v
Miss Miriam Sloan who is a mem
ber of the Calypso school faculty
' spent the week end with her parents,-
Mr. and Mrs. Ross -Sloan.
; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sharp of Wil
mington speht Saturday with Old
latters uncle, Dr. Cedric Zlbbon
who accompanied them back to
. Wilmington. , S.v
Friends of Mrt. Una Potter arc
porry to learn of her illness "at tho
; ;e of Dr. 3. D Robinson and
ne for her a speedy recoveryi
1 'aa Anne Cavenaugh has accep
! a position in Jacksonville' as
nii)er of the school faculty.
j Febecca Colwell of Edenton
wf(k end with her sis--,
: ' : ' veil and
Reemployment Office Open
In Times Building Here
'lira; Earline "Southerland who la
'i charge of "the N. C. State Env
Southerland will be located, There
will be an opportunity to register
: .... .uAH. Antra until tha middle
ueru uu u .......
1- Every one desiring work are urg
I ed to register as early aa possible.
I ', i ' . ..... H . . ,
iYouth Injured While
p Crossing Road
l Lofton Cottle, 13 year oia ooy
.. itiinred Monday afternoon,
attention and la getting along fine
u.. mnnm was coming; into Wal
lace and was Just a mile and a half
tnm when the boy Jumped
. . driven by weai eTiireu
h ran hack of the car at we
cross road without looking and
directly in front of the approaching
car. Mrs. Bloom stopped huib..,
' fLl f J - j
Boasting 32 Rooms
Kinston, Sept 18 L. DUlahunt,
Lenoir County commissioner, back
today from Onslow County, said he
"rediscovered" a 32-room mansion
at Town Point which was one of
the show places of the New River
section many years ago. The house
was in fairly good repair, be said.
The approach is between rows oi
it contains more than 2,000
riyer R a ..,
" stream," Dillahuna said.
hou'Be u fap from maln
fl few 'people outolde the
on rf lu e3tlBtence.
Young Girl Dies
, of Heart Attack
.Lr ' September
, f what was
had nor been feeling well ror sev-
w confined to her
' 'ltkA Hrf'iv
nh. . lrwlTH hv her narents
M d M , Roy j0hnson and
evera. Drothera and sisters.
Republicans urged to run
for President in coalition.
Sale Of Tobacco Scraps
Must Conform To Contract
Officers Raid Negro
Home; Find Whiskey
Faison, Sept. . 19 Deputy Sher
iffs' Murray Byrd ' and "r Tadlock
raided the home of Nathan Bell,
who Uvea four miles southwest of
here Sunday and found ' five-half
gallons of whiskey; The officers ar
rest Bell, Eliza Bell, his wife, and
son. Sheriff Byrd, Duplin's fearless
and efficient officer was. literally
soaked) in whiskey by Eliza Bell as
she .attempted to destroy a Jar of
whiskey, p ':i:fJ:-?;U' '
They were tried before O. L. Tay
lor, magistrate, here Sunday after
noon. Bond was fixed at $250 each'
for their appearance at the Octoi
ber Term of Recorders Court
:;! . I"' ' 'i i 0 1 ' " ) 'j-Bv :
Preaching At Outlaw's
" Sunday morning Sermon Topic:
"Gladness at Church.1? ,
7 Springs Preacher
Tells of Experiences
' Seven Spring, N. C.
:" Sept. 18, 1936.
Editor, Duplin Times:
"Here X'U raise my Ebenezer'
Our hearts beat high when we sing
these word' from , tbat , good old
hvmn. "Come;. Thou Fount of Ev-
J ery Blessing". Most of us have
, known chr.rches of this name-Eben
i .. :v?'
"Then Samuel tooK a Btone ana
set it between Mlzpeh and Shen,
and called the name of the place
Ebenezcr, saying 'hitherto hath the '
Lord helped us'. I Samuel 7, verse
While I was in Poughkeepsie, ?.
Y., I was invited to preach at Eb
enezer Church-Colored- Baptist. - Of
the 40,000 population about 1,600 in
Poughkeepsie are colored. They
have two. fine churches. Baptist
and Methodist They .named the
Baptist church Ebenezer. Many of
us with much more reason to ack
nowledge God's, help than our co
lored friends too Often ignore Him.
We ought not to use su;, Natives
over much. 1 may well use a few
here, however. Of all the people
that ever listened to me preach
none ever listened quite so well as
the congregation at Ebenezer
church listened on September 1st,
1835. A minister does not know
when he preaches best and when he
preaches worst; but I am of the.
ophion that I was at my best on
the day and at the place mentioned
i: Tfie miiuirtewas from 'Florida,
many of the congration were from
Virginia, The color of their skins,
tbair courtly manners Indicated
that some of them may be related
to the F S". Vs.
Our colored friends have done
reasonably well In New York.- They
nave not found the Promised Lanr'
however, that many expected.
Some expected the Promised Land
of Golden Business Opportunity.
Others expected to find the Prom
ised Land of Social Equality. There
ia no Jim Crow in New York; the
white and colored children go to
the same schools, but there is lit
tle social . commingling of the ra
I hope there is a Promised Land
of Business Opportunity for the
colored man, but it is not in the
I spoke to them about the great
preacher of their race, John Jas
per, I mentioned the Chemist, Dr.
George Carver, the poet Paul Law
rence Dunbar. I expressed the hope
that some business genius might a
n amnno- thm -nd iod thtn
onward and unward irrthe econo-
JOHN T. FITZGERALD.
Roosevelt says end of "dollar
diplomacy" is proved.
j Byrns says he expects a
'session in 1936.
(Farmers are warned that all to
. bacco, Including scrap, that is sold
from land covered by a contract,
must be entered on the allotment
card and warrants written for
same. It would be advisable for all
farmers selling scrap tobacco to
any person other than warehouse
men to demand that the license is
sued by the Secretary of State be
shown before the tobacco is sold.
It will be a violation of the con
tract to sell any tobacco and not
have the pounds entered on the al
lotment card, and unless a farmer
has surplus poundage on his allot
ment card, it will not, pay to Bell
tobacco for less than 6c per pound.
- Merchants Notice
All merchants who are holding
direct relief orders payable by the
Rural Rehabilitation Corporation,
are asked to mail the orders at
once to Mr. Chatham C. Clark, in
the ERA office In New Bern, for
payment. , y..,t, -. .
PRESIDENT J OF ; TIDE . WATER
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iT. A.' Matthes, president and general manager of the Tide Water
power company and a dynamic force in civic affairs.
WHITEVILLE HAS SOLD
15 MlillGN POUNDS
Whltevllle the Border Belt's
"Money Market" continued its un-
hmlrnn m tl nf TinUTPAQa lflt
week. Even though the weather
man loosed a veritable flood, mak
ing . it impsosble for anyone ex
cept nearby growers to reach tlK'
market, 2,601,676 pounds of the: Murray Byrd, of Faison, and Dep
leaf was brought to this city. This uty Sheriffs Powell and Dale ot
poundage added to previous sales Kenansville came upon a still as it
brought the market's total for the ' was going full blast four and a
season to 15,338,430 pounds, or half miles southwest of Faison
more than 3,000.000 pounds more Monday. Five negroes were seen
tobacco than wis sold during the . as the officers came upon the still,
1934 season and judging from the i however none were recognized and
amount of the weed that is on the , they quickly disappeared before the
market today, as this report is for- i officers could place them under ar
warded, at least 2,500,000 pounds I rest. Besides the 250 gallon still,
more tobacco will be sold this week
giving Whiteville a grand total of
18,000,000 pounds by September
20th. While Whiteville's business
men and tobacconists set 20,000,000
pounds as a goal for this season
very few of these men thought it
would be possible for the market
to make such an unheard of in
crease, however, it looks now as if
this figure will be reached before
the market closes. Should 20,000,
000 pounds be sold here this year
the Whiteville market will make
the greatest gain in Its history
and It will have made a record that
will probably remain unbroken.
Not only has the Whittville mar
ket set a record for poundage this
season. It has set a record for high
prices. .. . high prices that have
never varied since the market's
opening and the fact that the aver
age price for the market's sales
through Friday of last week was
only $1.90 per hundred less than
the average price for the tobacco
sold during the same period last
year substantiates this statement.
It is hard to place faith in the re
ports of low prices and dissatisfac
tion in Whiteville, however, it is
not sol hard to understand. In
Whiteville a tobacco grower will
find six sets of warehousemen who
come to this market from other
belts . . . Warehousemen who are
leaders on their respective mark
ets, and warehousemen who are out
standing in the tobacco ' world.
These men all know tobacco, and !
they know how to sell it for high
Meeting At Hebron'
: Special Revival services will be
gin at Hebron Presbyterian church
Monday evening at 7:30, Rev. F.
L Goodman of Kenansville will as
sist the pastor. Rev. L .W. Kessler
in the services. The public Is most
cordially Invited to attend these
Officers Find 250
Gallon Still Monday;
Still In Full Blast
Faison, Sept. 19. Deputy Sheriff
officers found fifteen hundred gal-
I Ions of beer and 25 gallons of whiS'
Preaching at the Kenansvillo
Presbyterian Church Sunday morn
ing and evening. Morning subject:
"The Fore Fold Vision." Evening:
"Mother." The public is invited to
The Auxiliary will hold its Loy
alitv Program Mondav afternoon
at 4:00 at Grove Church. All la
dies are most cordially invited.
President Roosevelt declares the
peak of emergency is past.
HE BRUSHED his teeth twice
a day with a rationally adver
tised tooth brush. .
The doctor examined him
twice a year.
He wore rubbers when it rain
ed. He slept with the windows
He stuck to a diet with plenty
of freBh vegetables.
He relinquished his tonsils
and traded in several wornout
He golfed, but never more
than 18 holes.
' He never smoked, drank, or
lost his temper.
He did his daily dozen daily.
He got it least eight hours
sleep each night.
The funeral will be held next
Wednesday. He is survived by
18 specialists, four health insti
tutes, six gymnasiums, and nu
merous manufacturers of health
foods and antiseptics. '
Ha had forgotten about trains
at grade crossings. ;. : ,
- - Traffic Tidings.
Tide Water Power Company
Headquarters Moves Into Its
New Home, Many Visitors
High Grade Cotton
rvttnn nrndl-PPra arn nrceil to ill.
eist that they receive from buyers
a premium on cotton wb ch is a -
bove the average in grade and sta-
pie length. Under the present loan
land price adjustment plan, it is
.. . ,
an opportunity to get the benefit
j of the premiums which are due
the oremiums which are due
them on the better grades and ion-
o-nr otanlc lpno-tho nf nnttnn nv
JIr. McLendon. Such producers
will lose if they sell this cotton
for the price paid for middling 7-8, o'clock tonight,the spacious doors
Inch, cotton in the belief the price- of the home will be open and every
adjustment payment will take carelPatron is invited to visit. As a -part
of them. Under the present price of the formal opening, a speqial
adjustment plan the growers will 'saIe electrical appliances iSbe
recelve the difference between the 1 in conducted. Details of this fea
average price at the 10 spot mar-ture re published elsewhere in this
ket cn the day tney sell their cot-' edition. Visitors to the new head
ton and 12 cents per pound on lint quarters will be presented flora)
on their actual production not in- souvenirs.
excess of their Bankhead Allot-) Included in the congratulations
ment. The present plan is an im-1 received was a letter from Louis T.
provement on the loan programs Moore, executive secre.ary of the
for the past two yars because I chamber of commerce. Mr. Moore
those programs made no provision I wrote President Fred A. Matthes
for the producer of premium cotton aa follows:
but this program enables the pro- "With the opening of your mod
ducer to benefit, provided he in- em and splendidly equipped new
sists upon the additional payments offices may we say that4 not only
due him from the buyer because is your company to be ongratu-
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j ui iiie uctier proauct. rroaucers mieu, uui we umm mm iimiii
I are urged to carefully follow the ton and the territory served by our
i prices paid at the 10 daily spot progressive organization also are to
markets, not only for 7-8 inch mid- ne felicitated. Your new home is of
dling cotton, but for premiums paid , a type and nature as to be a source
on grade and staple for better than
i i -o niuii uuuuiiiig coiion, says Jk.Y.
Faison Man Held For
Faison, Sept. 19. Woodrow Jo
seph, held- te ecnectio wtth-ilah-
shooting and fatally wounding of
Henry Smith, a negro, was tried
i before Mayor Martin Tuesday. It
was decided to turn the case over
to Superior Court, without bond,
which begins September 30th of
According to reports, Joseph, a
nephew of Joe Joseph, a highly re-
spected merchant of this commun-
ity, walked up to Smith, a few
weeks ago and shot Smith. Smith
was carried to a hospital where his
injuries proved fatal. Joseph sur-
rendered to local officers imme-1
diately after the shooting, and was 1
lodged in the county jail, without
Turkey Man Author
In this issue of the TIMES ap
pears a story "The Hollingsworths
of Sampson and Duplin Counties".
Thia artirlp nnnparert in Staff's
Voice. The author of the article,
whose name was omitted from the !
story was Claude H. Moore, of
J. L. Miller Sick
fVPr Wppk FllH t
"v "-cK EiIlU
County Commissioner J. L Mil-1
ler was sick over me week end but
is at his old job again we are glad
Will Rogers Preferred Home
Town Paper To Ham & Eggs
Everything the late Will Rogers I especially when you know the peo-
said was not funny, but the things
which were sweetened with humor So no matter how punk you may
and tempered with philosophy will think your local newspaper is get
be recorded as his best. The cow-, ting, why just take it away from
boy-comedian wrote this tribute to
the home-town weekly not so long
before his death:
"Take away myt ham, take away
my eggs, even chili, but leave me
my newspaper. Even if it has such
purely local news as 'Jim Jones
came home last night unexpected
ly, and bloodshed ensued' or 'Jesse
Bushyhead, our local M. D., Is
having one of the best years of his
career, practically speaking but
they Just won't pay him when they
get well' the county seat was pac
ked yesterday with prominent peo-
jple from out of town, attempting
to renew tneir notes ana 'election
ain't far off and everybody ia up
for office jthat can sign an appli
cation blanR.'V - :,,
: ."Now all that don't aeem much
news to you. But It ia newa to you
I (From Wilmington News)
j Wilmington, Sept. 16 The Tide
Water Power company opened its
I nour and anlpndldlv oniilnnpri home
. j l
today and hundreds of the concerns
8,000 crstomers in Wiliqngton and
' "le vitiHii iui.cu iu cuIEisi.
off al a on the; progeaslve step.
1 Located in the f irst two Joprs
anLba8em,ent of , th" Wr
" orme, -ly know- a jtto-
ual,c" """" "
corner of Second and Princess-
ftreet. the "ew 1uart(;r3 wH great
V increase tne coiv..e.. ui u.,
firm's service to its patrons.
"ODen nOHSe" WSS OOServeQ II)
' celebration of the move today,
Frcm this morning until 9:30
, of pride to you and to your organ-
ization, and a distinct credit and
asset to Wilmington and the area
which you serve.
"Our best wishes are extended
I the Tide Water Power company for
I continued successful operation."
Renovation Cost $30,000
About six months ago announce-
ment. was matin that- the coBnon
wotilcT remove to the larger "Build
ing, located in the heart of the
downtown district. The building is
owned by the Massachusetts Mu
tual Life Insurance company. Lea
sing and other arrangements were
carried out through the Moore-Fon
viplle Rpaltv rnmnanv and aHSttlv
afterwards extensive renovatidn
was 8tarted wlth w A Simon Inc
,oca, genera contractori in charge.
Tne c08t of the renovatkn. which
has resuited in practically a new
buiidingt ig approximately 30,0O0,
inciuding installation of a modern
otjs elevator , new entrance and
other impr0Vements before the
,arger job was undertaken,
louay me power company nai
one of the most modern and beau-
I tiful locations in the city.
Complete in every detail and
with every consideration being giv
en for the convenience of those
served, the quarters are a model
that might well be copied by other
Wilmington firms. Beginning with
a new business front of beautiful
aimplicity, and extending through
the basement and the two; floors,
the renovation has been most thor-
; ougii aim speuKs wen ior ine gen
Jeral contractor. 1
j A new neon sign, in the form of
an inverted "T" marks the.hand-
some entrance to the first oor "I
tne Tide Water section.
There the visitor is impressed
with the beauty of the first floor
interior, painted to carry out the
(Continued on bark page)
pie and they are your own folks.
you and see how you feel. The ohl
newspaper I think, is just about
our biggest blessing.
"So let's all read and be mer
ry, for tomorrow the paper may
not have enough ads to come out "
Telephone system has been set
up in Kenansville and practically
all of the outside wire' has been
put in place. Work has been begun
on the exchange unit which will bj
placed on poles between the court
house and Court house annex. The
line' has been completed to War
saw and will be completed to Beu
lavllle thia week. - '
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