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JECT TOUR PROPERTY WITH
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RHhl Hwrnnof Snrlce Since
September, 1963. '
:- a WAMBAW. N. C.
THE ROAD AHEAD
: By Morton Clanaen
(Editor Note: Mr. Clausen was for
many years publisher and editor of
a weekly newspaper.)
John T. Flynn has written anoth
er book: "The Road Ahead." He
tells In its opening sentence why
he wrote the book: "My purpose in
writing this book Is to attemot to
describe the road along which this
country Is travelling to its destruc
tion." The book has the power of logic
and persuasion, carries a strong ap
peal to reasoning Into fundament
als, and is a weapon badly needed
in our battle for survival as indivi
duals and as a free nation.
"The Road Ahead" exposes with
amazing clarity the forces that have
successfully attacked the free en
terprise system in Europe to sup
plant it with a collectivlstic tyran
ny, and how we in America have
directly and indirectly aided and
abetted this subversive movement.
Mr. Flynn realistically reveals
how far down the road to Socialism
we have travelled in America. He
points out how relentlessly shrewd
has been the DroDoeanda mraimt
the "American Way" and how soc
ialistic tenets have become an lnteg
ral part of our social and economic
imniung; now even the most con-
servauve-mlnded have become tain
ted and unwittingly became dupes
na pawns in tne vicious war upon
My own personal reaction to the
book is that of being awakened.
By nature I am a conservative, per
haps ultra-so, and I was astonished
and filled with chagrin at the ex
tent to which my own social and
economic concepts had become so
tainted by. so-called "new thought"
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As I read the book I was also
keenly aware of fear, not only fear
of what had happened, what is
happening and what might happen,
but evn stronger fear that it
may be too late to turn the tide. It
seems that the author might well
write a sequel to this book, taking
its last chapter as an outline and
more exhaustively detaillna the
stragety in the war' that must be
waged if we are to win back the
liberties already lost to us.
"The Road Ahead" Is a challenge
and every American should read it.
It is published by the Devin-Adair
Company, 23 East 26th St. New
York 10, N. Y., and its price is $2.50.
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Plvurnmf Pmnent. Mortar Camant.
Finish Lime, Shlnglee, Doors, and
Windows. Bring us your Jerusalem
Seed. J .C. RUSS, Warsaw,
-HIGHEST CASH PRICES for
Hides and Furs. See ma before yon
sell. Bring them to W. H. Tillman,
Mount Olive, N. C.
12-9-2t. pd. . ,
Houses and apartments for rent.
very reasonable, good location and
modern conveniences. See Miss
Fannie Woodward, Warsaw,; N. C.
J. R. Roberts Dies
Pen, Pencil Sets
' j , Clocks
Th following Is the schedule of
basket ball games for Duplin Coun
ty white high schools, girls and
Kenansville VS Rose Hill Dec.
16; Wallace, Jan. 10; Calypso, Jan.
13; Magnolia. Jan. 19: Fais nn .I;ln
24: Beulaville, Feb. 2; Chinquapin!
Feb. 16; B. F. Grady, Feb. 21.
Warsaw VS Chinniianln TW
Wallace, Dec. 15; Magnolia, Jan! I
8; B. F. Grady, Jan. 10; Kenans
ville, Jan. 17; Calypso, Feb. 3; Rose
niu, t en. 14; Beulaville Feb. 17.
Magnolia VS Kenansville, Dec.
B; Beulaville, Dec. 13; B. F. Grady,
Jan. 3; Chinquapin, Jan. 10; Wal
lace, Jan. 12; Faison, Jan. 17; Caly
pso,. Jan. 31; Rose Hill, Feb. 2;
Warsaw, Feb 21.
Faison VS Kenansville, Dec 13;
B. F .Grady, Dec. 20: Ch
Jan. 12: Warsaw. Jan 1Q- Itn.il-
ville, Jan. 31; Calypso, Feb. 17
Wallace, Feb. 21; Rose Hill, Feb!
Chinquapin VS Rose Hill, Dec.
9; Kenansville, Jan. 3; Warsaw,
Jan. 24; B. F. Grady, Jan. 31 :
Wallace, Feb. 3; Faison, Feb. 14;
Calypso, Feb. 21; Magnolia, Feb
Beulaville VS Wallace, Dec. 9;
Faison, Dec. 15; Kenansville, Dec!
20; Warsaw, Jan. 3; Calypso, Jar..i
10; Chinquapin, Jan. 17; Magno-
ua, oan, nB. f. Grady, Feb. 14
Rose Hill, Feb. 21.
'i Rose Hill VS Magnolia, Dec. 20
Beulaville, Jan. 6- Faison, Jan. 10:
arsaw, Jan. 13; Chinquapin, Jan.
20; Calypso, Jan. 24; Kenansville
Jan. 31; Wallace, Feb. 17.
B. F. Grady IB Calypso, Dec. 9'
Chinquapin, Dec. 15; Kenansville,
n. k jaeuiavme. Jan in. n
. . " , Mine
Hill, Jan. 17; Wallace. Jan. 24-
Faison, Feb. 3; Magnolia, Feb' 16
Warsaw, Feb. 24. '
Calypso VS Rose Hill, Dec. 13
Magnolia, Bee. 15; Warsaw, Dec. 20:
Faison, Jan. 3; Chinquapin, Jan. 6;
Wallace, Jan. 17; B. F. Grady, Jan.
19; Kenansville, Feb. 14; Beula
ville.' Feb. 24.-''"'::. ' 'V' ..."
Wallace VS B. F. Grady, Dec IS
Chinquapin. ' Dec. ' sn- - inn'
- - ' . - "UJV Mill,
Jan. 3; Faison,, Jan. 6; Beulaville,
Jan. 2Q( Warsaw, Jan. 31; Kenans-
vine, ep. Z4; Magnolia, Feb. 28,
James Bryan Roberts, 70, ed
early Wednesday morning in the
Columbus County Hospital after a
long illness. Surviving are his wife,
the former Alice Jones of Warsaw,
Rt. 2; one son, Wilbur of Warsaw;
one daughter, Mrs. W. A. Stanley
of Whlteville; one brother Henry
Roberts of Mt. Olive, Rt. 2; one sis
ter, Mrs. M. J. Jones of Mt. Olive,
Rt. 4; 12 grandchildren and one
great-grandchild. Funeral services
were held Thursday at 2 p.m. In i
the chapel of the Tyndall Funeral
Home in Ml. Olive, with Rev. Mur
phy Smith, Presbyterian minister
of Faison, officiating. Burial was
in the Millard family cemetery
near Calypso. Mr. Roberts was a
native of the Mt. Olive section, but
had lived in Florida for 30 years
before returning to this section
two years ago to make his home
with a nephew, Bryan Roberts of
near Mt. Olive and his daughter
Mrs. W. A. Stanley ofWhiteville.
Bobby Porter Is Presented :
Warsaw Football Award
Selected by the pUyars of the
Warsaw fllgh School football team
as must valuable player on. th
team for the aaaaon. Bobhr Porter
was presented a plaque from CoacnJ
Alien urauiaon, on oanau ox tne
Junior Chamber of Commerce of
Warsaw at a banquet in Mltchener's
Dining Room Thursday . night at
7:30. The banquet given by the
Taycees honored the football team.
Cheerleaders were Invited guest.
The bronze plaque has a mahog
any background and spaaa for
twelve names: Porter's will be the
first name to be engraved upofe the
plaque. ' -
The speaker for the evening was
Thell Overman, Wallace High
School Coach, who spoke on the
benefits of Athletics and especially
man's Ufa. He was tnsreduoed bT
Sill Jaekson of Warsaw.
Other, speakers on the nrogDui
were J. P. Harmon, R. J. MoGea,
J. T. Gresham and R. D. Johnson.
Jr. Mr. Johnson gave an explana
tion of what the plaque meant
Porter, a fullback, is the son ef
Mrs. Elisabeth Porter of Warsaw.
He Is a three-letter man in foot
ball and also plays basketball and
baseball. He Is a member of the
Lee Brown, president of the Jay-
eees, presided at the banquet.
Other invited guests were Mrs
Allen Draughon, Jr., and Mrs. H.
J. McGee. A turkey dinner waa ser
as a result of carelessr.es we Co net blow but we &
know that the Highway De?rt;zt cr Command
, r Tolar one owes a, open i tie Z7 to D;lx Cour.' "
, school officials. Also we 'dincw tit this is t"
the time to carelessly report ecLool bus transport,'
tian facts. Parents art uneasy evy day ota thd"
- children return safely home and it is imfr to ttam
,t and to the schawls to perish iaformation, from sub.
posedly xtUM wurcea, unless the wcuracr hS
Vt&to parents have no nwd to tsar for tha asS
of their children. . I i", . j B ru?
Hatlia Gavin Case
15 Children Under-
The Women of the Preabvtarian
Church of Beulaville will hold a
Harvest Festival and Bazaar on
Saturday December 10 at the school
lunchroom at 5:30 p.m. A barbe
cue supper will be served. Plates
will be 50 cents each. After supper,
cakes, fancy needlework, toys and
other things will be auctioned.
Santa Claus will be there to talk
to each child.
The public is invited to attend.
Fifteen Duplin children had thei."
tonsils removed here Wednesday by
Dr. Parker of Clinton In the coun
ty's third clinic of the year. Each
child underwent the operation well
and returned home the following
day. They spend the nisht in the
Gooding building under the watch -ful
care of nurses' of the Duplin
Health Department. Health Officer
Dr. Gooding spent the nlaht with
them. The following children were
operated on: ; ,
James Waller, Doris BQslfb. Earl
Stroud, Joy Lee Millar, Rebecca
Eason, Dorothy Taylor, Rachel Ag
nes Cola, Raywood Cole, Lemuel
Vernon Harper, Haywood Black
burn, Clayton Lane, Martha Jane
Gardner, Levy SummarUv Ana
Douglas Davis, and Billy Slack
Infant Diss In
Coroner C. Bl flattereon aald
I yeeterday that the inquest into the
death of kbem Mae Moore, Negro
woman of Magnolia, will be held
this afternoon at three o'clock In
the courthouse here. Battle Cartn,
charged with an abortion on Katie
Maa is being held In Jail her with
out the privilege" of bond. -
Katie Mae waa operated on hj
the James Walker Hospital at 13:
42 on November'' 23nd. At S'n.m.
that aame day she made a. state
ment imSHeBtlng Hatua Gavin. The
statamajsi waa made before the
doctors who DDeneled on her ami
before other officials of the hospi
tal and was recorded. The recording
will be nted at the lnoneeL She
died at 4:10 ain. on November SM.
Baby Cheetmut, S weeks old in
fant son of Mr. and Mr James
Chestnutt, died In the office of Dr.
Straughan Monday nioht. Death
was due to malnutrition. Dr. Strau
SpearvWa. Kan. Clerenaa natt.
man has retired aa a rural maU
carrier. In 39 years he used 17
rs on 009,000 miles of country
Uostuw teas tar AtHjm t
villa and Warsaw are now on m
The eolora thU year are the m
aa Um state eolora, orange lettt
on a black background. Tags fc
Warsaw may be secured at the el
hall building. City Clerk's hoc
are to 12 and 1:30 to each l
except Wednesdays and Saturd
when the office closes at 12:30 1,
the day . . i
u Kenansville the tags may
Kimmt mm w. J. BUtanoa.
'uay Ysraon ooooinav Jr., sen i
Dr. and Mrs. a V. Gooding of E
naneville, : haa ; recently Bledn
Sigma Jta national fraternity at tl
el H1IL Ooodina la i mmK. -
wm aTfaomaa. uaaa tnere.
Heat DrodnetioB nAr rA
inspertkm for the week ending Noi
o waueq szo miUton pounds.
1 i ..I -
Faison Seniors To,
Faison High School Seniors will
"i-e-ent a p'ly on Friday, Decenx
ber 9, at 7:30 p.m. The play, "The
Atomic Blonde," is a farce with
many laughs from beginning to
Cast includes: Donnell . Taylor,
J.'hnve Howard, Dotty Rector,
John Grome, James McCumber,
John E. Jordan, Henry Precythe,
Grave Price, Judene Kinney, McCoy-
Best, Edward Byrd, Louise
Williams, and Alice Bradshaw.
A Christmas dMift F
row? baby's pf JOTcs.iprj vr. is
(WITH THE WORLD'S CPEATEST CA! 'M
There will be a square dance in
the Warsaw high school gymnasium
tonight. The dance Is sponsored by
the Warsaw National Guard Unit.
Garland King Gets .
Garland P. King was reappoint
ed to membership of the board of
the Eastern Carolina i Regional
Housing Authority by the board
of county commissioners. His term
runs for a period of S years, Mr.
King will represent Duplin in the
district that comm-lse 11 Eh)h
Balance Of This Month
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