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VOLUME NUMBER SIXTEEN
KENANSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
FRIDAY, MAY 7th. 148
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A. J. JENKINS
United States Senator Wm. B.
Umstead announced this week the
- appointment of A. J. Jenkins, May
or of Warsaw, as his campaign
' manager. Mr. Umstead said he was
well pleased when Jenkins agreed
to accept the job. He knew his
reputation in the county and he
' believed he could deliver the goods.
Mr. Jenkins said, "I like Mr.
Broughton and no doubt he would'
make a good senator. But in this
world crisis we need all the experi
enced men possible in Washing
ton. Umstead has served 6 years
in the House and knows his way
around there. He has served 18 or
more months as' U. S. Senator. He
T has the health, the oharacter and
stamina that goes with a good
office holder. He knows how to
To Head Tide Water
Warren W. Bell was reelected
president of the Tide Water Power
Company last week by the board
of directors following re-electun
6f the board at the annual meeting
YOther officers renamed were J.
Holmes Davis, vice-president; Ai
Rort f. .Tnnps. vice-president; H. T.
Buchanan, secretary and treasurer;
Louis J. Poisson, general counsel,
and Addison M. Alderman, assist
ant secretary and assistant treas
urer. Annnintivp officers of the com
pany are G. D. Cansnt, commercial
managef ; C. L. Matthis, superintendent-
of electric transmission and
distribution; Henry Sherman, sup
erintendent of electric production;
Ralph P. Gibson, production; and
C. A. Brockwell Jr., auditor.
Divisional reoresentative of the
Wallace-Warsaw Division is Mr. It.
L. Applewhite of Warsaw.
The meeting ol stocK.ioiaers was
dnvntpri to re-election of directors
and receipt of the President's re
Johnson Speaks To
Rose Hill Civifans
Last Thursday night Superinten
dent of Schools O. P. Johnson ad
dressed a large gathering at . the
Oivitan Club in Rose Hill.
Mr. Johnson discussed the pew
basis for alloting teachers and the
need for more vocational education.
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RICHARD J. REYNOLDS
lt'tiiEid J. tteynolds, Jr., former
mayor of Winston-Salem and now
a resident of Miami Beach, Fla.,
has transferred to North Carolina
State College income-producing
securities sufficient to bear an an
nual income of $5,000, Chancellor
J. W. Harrelson announced today.
The transfer was made early th'S
year and the income will be used
for the promotion of education and
research in the College's School of
Duplin County L B.
Mrs. Gordon Kornegay, of the
Duplin TB Association, ' cites the
following evidence as the vital need
of a TB program in Duplin County,
That 1n the Dast 5 years 115 cases :
of tuberculosis have been recorded
i Duplin County. The deaths, re
ordfd from the disease were .in
"343, 12; 1944, 6; 1945. 8; 1946,! 11;
and 1947, 15. .,, i
Jhe grandest word in God Almighty s room
yLovb is not love that alters when it alteration finds," i
said to be the-sublimest declaration .ever enunciated by
the Human Mind. Let us each resolve this day to be ofl
kindness and tenderness to our Mother. May we improve
the moments and days with the splendid teachings that
Mother has instructed us. . 4.
At nrrspnt. there arc 19 from
this couutsMuSing treated ' for TB , -m
sanatorium. Three are on '
jjie waiting list to be admitted as ,
jon as beas are avaiiHDie.
Statistics show that there are
about 0 cases of active TB to each
death. According to that tmpun .
tunniri hnvp shout 135 cases and we
only know about the 22, (19 already s
in the sanatorium and 3 on tne ;
waiting list). :
Home visits reveal that only a .
smail pfrcent of -rntacts of these ; .
k.iO n cases h-ve h'd hest ex- y .
I ! .ii ..f nf nnr crack players now
'ii t- Here's anower pnow im
making whoopie for Warsaw and Tobacco State League, .
Suicide In Rocky Mt
' Tjb- Mt Mav 5. The body
of -Miss Georgia Shine, 56, well
known local resident and office
manager for an insurance company,
was found in a gas-filled bathroom
at her home here late this after
Demorcretic Precinct Meetings
Saturday, May 8, 2:00 P. M.
County Convention May 15, 11 A.M.
Democratic precinct meetings
will be held in each of the twenty
precincts in the County Saturday,
May 3, at 2:00 P. M. In those pre
cincts in which is located town
hall the meetings will be at the
town hall, and in all other pre
cincts the meetings will be held at
the regular polling place. Prscinct
n.miiws anrt rlelesates to the
County Convention win oe eiecieu
at the meetings.
Tim rmintv Convention will be
hold at the Courthouse in Kenans
ville on Saturday, May 15, at 11.00
Bennett To Head
In Duplin County
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u-n t e t -n '
Ills Ki- ' -lieiii
by t'"h in'o.
the I n."t 6 monl 1
scoDt'd. 14 were
Of this n'-.ner
frratonir.n. All p-jspects
g;.-Pp rp'-:oc,'P yans.
-r. in tbv
- ime TB
Mj. j clinics
od for X
5 entered .
couv.l " !":.:
culin test. IP?
actiiu. anrt sip
come to the Pcsllh
tlier ev arrir.
reaction to the
!XDlainotl, c'ic; !;.'
many years ago. She is a native of
Faison. Her niece, Ellen Shine,
j.htr nf Mrs. Sallv Shine of
JU11 ! uauuivi w- -
rr n t. Knowles. acting Edge- Warsaw, has been living with her
combe coroner, ruled that she ha for many years.
taken her own life.
Police Chief J. I. Nichols said
that the body, with the head rest
ing upon a pillow, was found in the
bathroom by a nephew, J. F. Shine,
'The officer said also that Mis
Shine left a note," the contents of
which were not disclosed.
Miss Shine lived in Kenansville
SUNDAY, MAY 9th
..JTi. ih.t the majority of -our readers are
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fairly wen acquainted with these four gentlemen. ,
In Your Interest
WHAT IS MORE DANGEEOUS
THAN FIRE? - J
J ' Our Lin-O-Type operator,
'Mr. E. i. Nawlrod, has the
Dealership' for an approved
J type of Fire i Extinguishers,
! and la this Issue, on the back
page, he has run an ad that ta
truly filled with human in ter
sest. You'll surely miss some
'e' '7 Wrtiit reading it
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President, American Fed
eration of Labor, says:
: ''The practice of thrift
il n.irt n( individu
al.. tii shmilrl be con
stantly - emphasized and a , policy
which should be collectively and in
dividually followed by working men
and women everywhere. Those who
practice thrift Will be 'he direct
beneficiaries of the pursuit of such
a policy. Our democratic form of
Onvprmnri't. be strengthened
j invest i i
Jr. Red Cross
nnrina the oast month Educa
tional Boxes to be, sent overseas
from the Duplin County cnaprer.
ARC have been packed and ship
ped under the supervision oi Mrs.
George Bennett, Jr. Red Cross
Chairman of Warsaw, N. C assist
ed bj Mrs. N. B. Boney, Execu
tive Secretary of Kenansville, N. C.
The following schools have help
ed to fill these boxes:
Wallace, 12; Kenansville, 15,
Magnolia, 10; Beulaville, 9; Pot
ters Hill, 5; Outlaws Bridge, 8; and
B. F. Grady, 37. There were ten
left over from a former shipment,
u,i,ipi, wpre donated by the Faison
Sphnnl which makes a total of 126
I boxes, which are valued at about
I $2.00 a box. Much credit is due
the teacher-snonsors In the above
ephnnls who have aided in ine
Tlaleish (SDecial) - State cam
Daien headquarters of former Go
nrnnp .1 Mplvillp Brouehton, a
candidate for the United States
Senate in the May 29th Democratic
Primary, announced today appoint
ment of George D. Bennett oi war
saw to manage Mr. Broughton's
campaign in Duplin County.
Bankers To Meet
The announcement of Bennet s
annnintment was made ry former
Judge Jeff D. Johnson, Jr., Brough-
tnn's state camDaien manager.
Bennett, one of Dupiins Dest-
Irnnwn citizens. chairman of the
Duplin county commissioners, and
has been a member of that Doay
for many years.
In private business, Mr. Bor.rt
is a farmer and warehousemiiU.
Judge Johnson said that Bennc
would be assisted in handling fo:-
mer Governor Broughton s cam
paign in Duplin by a committee it
each of the county's 21 precinct"..
This committee was not made
known by state headquarters.
Bennett and his committee will
begin actively to promote Brough
nn's spnatorial camoaiga imme
diately. Contact work has been un
derwav f ; r some time, but tne
fomnaicrn will be steoped UP COI
siderably now as tht primary aam
nears. ., .
I'c e;,-er w:oc'c ""vans. ?
, , in the
" c tuber "
re rosit've re
vim. urged- tO :
n.. A positive s
.-c; 'ii lest, she
nc.in that one 5
has TB It docs rr,p.,;i, though, that
ho has hppn i:i "lo "; I'cniact with ,
one who has TB and that he should.
have a hest ex-i r to make sure
that he has no: e he ase.
The above report f.Vnulfl give
some idea of the TB r.cnace in
this county and the grent r.ced for
The Health tv- v .U and the
Dup'in County rrTi . -,-on have
combined fo:c. . to the ;
-ablic each Wednesday atternoon -
from 1 to 4 and ear- Moru'.ny morn
ing from 9 to 12 a chest clinic in :
an effort to eradicate tuberculosis ?
in our county. AU Ex-Ray pictures
will be sent to the N. C. Sanatorium .,;
to be read. Fluoroscopic examin- ,
ations are free but a fee of $1.00
will be chargpd fo' ?r-ray to help ,
oav co.. I 0. .-.. . ' (ftage to
and from tne - j-- s '
Jurors County Court
For June, 1948
irinsl amnsements for the 2nd
Annual Convention of the North
rmllna Ranfeers .Associatibn to be
ins to Fred W. Greene, Execuuve
Secretary of the Associatiou. Offi
iai ttndnii.trters of the. Conven
tinn. which w"ll bring more than
750 of the State's leading oanxers
to Pinehurst, wi'.l be 'ire lire
The following were selected as
jurors to serve during the June ..
term of County Court: -
H. E. Kramer, Henry K. carter,;
L. Precythe, J. C. Brown, u. w. ,
Parker, Earl Dail, Glender Baches
lor, L. H. Usher, Mrs. L. D. Dail,,.
Leonard G, Dail, Mrs. J. L..uraa-
shw, T. Frank Mertltt, WUDert
Jennett, Blmore Bell, P. K. Houe,j
Robert F. Gavin, Jarvis siatms..
Ed Rouse EUiott Brlnson, W. II.
Fussell, Daniel 'Crews, T. C
ar-s, Arcbi T-i-son, and TT. IV
held in Pinhurst, N. C, May 17-