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0 / 75
te i a
t . nil per word, ulnUunut !
,e of 50. Unless yoo ;
i i account with a pleas send ,
f vwj. stamps, aiaaejr -order, '.
w check with. ads. fanners;
Use tba Tiatea Classified AdI
U you hire amytlung to sell
or exchange, ar want to fcuy.;
wo will accept produce for
payment. ' ' " V-.'A',-V'..
PLENTY OF GOOD WATEB,
. FROM A DRILLED WELjU i
WRITE TOR ILLUSTRATED
BOOKLET AND ESTIMATE, f
GIVING ITS DIRECTION AND '
HOW FAR YOU LIVE FROM
; YOUR POSTOFFICE. f . '
BEATER WELL CO- INC, '
t RALEIGH. N. C-i'.i't
) FOR SALE Limited number of
1 pure bred Duroc boars. Price Is
right Just weened. Very thrifty
pies. R. E. Barwiek, Rt 1, Magnolia
6-13-2t PD .-
The Readers Direct month
for 11.00. See Mrs. Floyd Heath,
Pink- HUI. N. C. Telephone M7-1
CERTIFIED Sweet -notatoe plants
from the highest .fUvde teed atock
in the state. D. C. Boone. Pink HUi,
N. C. Front of High school.
v FOR RENT Filling atatlon and
garage combined located on U. S.
Highway 117 in the town of Mag
nolia, N.C. J. H. Gay lor Phone 3520
FO Box 842, Jacksonville, N.. C.
6-31-3t-c ' ' V
FLOWERS FOR sale. ; Gladlolls,
Colors: red, pink, and white. See
J. K. Bryan. Rt 1. Kenansville.,
VS7-3t PD. )
Continued From Front
vtive session or otherwise consld
er or vote on any question in pri
. . vate session. A full and accurate
Journal of the proceedings shall be
kept, and shall be open to the in-
. cpectlon of any qualified registered
voter of the city". (Emphasis add'
Also of interest to you should
be the following sections of ' the
General Statutes (Sections 153-40
and 153-41) which set forth the du
ties of the register of deeds as
clerk to the (board of county, com-
imssioners: . - , -i-.-,
"153-40. Register clerk ex officio
to board; compensation The reg
ister of deeds is ex olflcio clerk of,
and his compensation shall be fixed
by, the board of commissioners.
163-41. Duties of clerk. It Is
the clerk's duty
1. To record in a 'book to be oro-
vkJed for the purpose all the pro-
cceaings oi tne ooara. v.
. 2. To enter every resolution or
.decision concerning the payment of
3. To record the vote-of ,' each
commissioner on any question sub
mitted to the bard if required by
any memoer present. -
4. To preserve and file in alpha
betical or other due order all ac
count presented or acted on oy
the board, and to designate upon
every account audited the amount
allowed and -the charges for which
it was allowed. . . k
- o. to xeep tme dooki ana papers
oc sae ooara tree lor the examina
tion of all persons. '--v.v,.
6. To administer oaths to tf per
sons presenting claims against the
county, but he shall receive no fee
therefor". (Emphasis added.)
. Kill Athlete Foot
" Say Kenansville Drug Store
HERE'S THE REASON. The germ
grows deeply. You must reach it
to kill It. T-4-L containing 90 per
cent alcohol, PENETRATES. Rea
ches more germs. Your 40c back
from any druggist if ot pleased IN
ONE HOUR. v-f:.
6-28-4t C -. '
DUE TO Expansion we need two
more men to call on farmers. Ex
perience not necessary. Home ev
ery night References required.
Write Mr.'McVey, Candler Bldg.,
Baltimore 2, Md. -
6-22-2t Pd '
Tiberius Caesar who was at that
time emperor of Rome was the
successor oi Augustus Caesar.
Augustus Caesar had only one
child waose name was Julia, born
of bis second wi e Scrttmnia, but
on his last marriage to Llvla, di
vorced wiletc Tiberius Claudius
Nero, ha adopted her two sons, Ti
berius and urusus. Julia was given
in marri> first to Marcellus, her
first cousin. He soon died without
children and Julia married Aggrip-
pa, by whom she had three sons all
of whom died In the life time of
her father Augustus. Thus the Em
peror was left with no male heir
In his own family, and the imper
ial' succession fell to his adopted
son Tiberius. -.
, Julia was very disreputable wo
man and became so notorious that
her father banished her from home
and while in exile a daughter was
born. In her 15th year the young
girl met Pontius Pilate, a renegade
Spaniard, who courted and mar
ried her. After their marriage Pi
late journeyed to Rome with his
bride and demanded a place in
the Imperial litter, but Tiberius
forced them back and immediately
commissioned Pilate as a procura
tor of Judea. He immediately pro
ceeded to Caesarea and was follow
ed afterwards by his wife, which
up to this time bad been forbid
den, but Tiberious made exception
in the case of Pilate, in order to
get Claudia out of Rome.
son. : v v
mle King and Mrs. Clifton Exum.f To Be Continued.)
Mrs. Elton McGowen, Gardner and
Charles are their children.
Alsa married the former Debbie
Neel Nethercutt and they have sev
en children, Roscoe Sanderson, Mrs.
iaue Boyette, Mrs. uunie Aumitr
son, Mrs. Gordon Exum, Mrs. Ger
trude Craft, Rachie and Forest San
- Neelie married' Thomas Mosely
Hall and they have two sons, Remus
ana nay nan.
- Alton Married the former Geneva
Sanderson and theyhave lour chil
dren, Arland, Ervln, Shirley and
Levi married Belle , Cottle and
they have six children. Homer, El
ma, Grey Walton, Kenneth, Peggy,
John, Edwin and Norwood.
Mrs. Sanderson has 49 grandchil
dren and one great, great grandchild.
.CONTINUED FROM FRONT
Mrs. Sanderson watched her chfl
dren reach maturity and their fami
lies grow. In 1937 Simpson, her old
est son, died of cancer, leaving his
wife, the former Lillie Williams,
and nine children. They are Rob
ert Hill Sanderson, Mrs. Eugene
Exum, Mrs. Jasper Williams, Mrs.
L. N. Lanier, Mrs. Lee Raynor, Mrs
J. K. Jones, Mrs.. Archie Hender
son and Edmond and Brice Sander-
Dr. frUl U. t :iU: , i...-.
outstanding authority on Ag
ture and Editor of "The Souuhern
Planter". "We are very fortunate
in having a man who has done so
much for agriculture address us,1
Toe Stablliiatlotf Corporation
wa aet up in -August of 1946, and
has been in operation for the past
tour seasons. "Wiring uiis lime,
Hicks said, "the membership of our
organization in the irvs flue-cured
states has been saved millions of
dollars through the operation of the
program.'- - . .,' :
vhe outstanding feature of our
Stablization system," he pointed out
is the fact that It la owned and op
erated oy and for the (lue-cured to
bacco growers. This mm profit or
ganization is a perfect example of
winat ,ean ve done wnen a group
sets out to provide a self-sustaining
program designed to overcome
the problems that have confronted
us down through the years." u.
nicks made it clear that "throutoh
Stablizatlon's operations, every pro
ducer ot tiue-eurea tohacco is able
to get at least 90 per cent of parity
for every pound of tobacco sold at
He urged all members of the or
ganization to - make every effort
to attend this Important meeting,
We have a good program lined up
for this year, and every member
should try to jtie on hand to partici
pate in tuT w .. .y
CONTINUED FROM FRONT
she was joking or not, but Eva
dnt get out to iind out. ).'!
There were quite a few famlles
that were not at home. I guess they
must have been working in their
fields: I really, don't see how they
could have , enough: ambition to
work in the fields, because they
looked impossible. The tobacco was
completely dry and the corn was
stringy and ropy looking. Several
pecple we talked to said if it did
n't rain soon, they would lose ever
ything they had. It is a shame to
see big fields of tobacco drying up
when you know how much work
has been put into them. .
seeing the people in such bad
spirits made me feel all down and
out It was too hot to be in a very
good humor anyway so I decided to
go on to Keansville and return "Old
A district Farmers Home Admin
istration meeting of several coun
ties in Eastern North Carolina was
held last week at Wrightsvllle
Beach for the purpose of review
ing and. discussing the basic ob
jectives and policies of the Farm
ers Home Administration. Mr. J,
B. Slack. State Farmers Home Ad
ministration director outlined these
objectives and explained the poli
cies to be carried out during the
next year. The need for more pro
ductive employment and fuller pro
duction on unproductive farms; and
supervision and borrower under
standing of the FHA program were
me two objectives that were em
phasized most. In carrying out
these objectives FHA should be ab
le to help farm families accom
plish a great deal in their farming
operations.. , , (, , - ,. ,,
Mr. Arthur M. ' Benton, County
Supervisor oi Duplin County, was
presented a certificate of length of
sendee award and a minnture shield
for having completed ten years of
continous service with the United
States Department of Agriculture.
Besides Mr. Benton those attend
ing the meeting from Duplin Coun
ty were Mrs. Grace R. McNeill,
Miss Elaine Register, Wilton L.
ward and Carroll W.Jones.
Trial Of Jesus .
CONTINUED FROM FRONT .
day I shall be perfected.'' 1
This Herod was the son of a fa
ther who Was ten times marrried
and bad murdered many of his
wives.. The murderer himself of
John the Baptist; the slave of a
lewd and wicked"woman what
Friday June 29fh
' RALEIGH, June 11' U' Carl T.
Hicks, Wadstonburg. President of
Flue-Cured Tobacco Cooperative
Stabilization Corporation, an organ
ization of some 393,000 tobacco
producing stockholders, in the five
flue-cured states, announced today
that their annual meeting will be
held this year in Pullen Hall, State
COME IN AND SEE THIS
GREAT NEW '51
The new style square poultry
nouse, u ny 40 leet in size, is pro
ving to oe highly popular with
N.rth Carolina farmers, says W. G.
Andrews, extension poultry spe
cialist at state uoiiege. He adds
that it is being used with equal
success .for both broilers and lay
ers. '. ' ' : ' :,
Accnrdiniff tn ' Anrlmw tti
square house is more1 comfortable
for chicks in both' summer and win
ter. It is cooler in summer, eiser to
heat in winter, and results in bet
ter growth and better development
of eigg shells; Since it requires less
wan space, it can be constructed
at less cost. . '-: I
If a larger floor area is desired
the length of the buildinff mav be
increased wniie tne width is kept
constant. An ideal arrangement,
says Anarews, would he two sec
tions 200 feet in length and a 20
foot center feed room connecting
tne two. An egg noiamg room con
structed under the feed room fa
cilitates the handling of eggs on
the farm. j f
The material from which these
houses are constructed is adaptable
Cinder blocks and wood are the
The block house olfers hefr -.
sulation and in many cases the dif
ference m rost of tne two mater,
is negligible. - . - .
Andrews says wide doors at each
ena of tne poultry house will al.
low trucks, tractors and soreaders
to be driven through. ' Four win
dows on each of the four sides will
provide good lighting, Inside. To-
control ventilation, a fida vfentl.
lator should be placed in the roof
and openings should be provided
near the floor level on two aides.
Dirt floors with deep built-up Utter
are Deing used successfully in many
cases. In either case aluminum roof
ing should be used. ;, r .f '
. II i I .Hull .-, 4 - '
if t a
"We're Marching to Zlon""Beu-
la Land" .Nearer My God To Thee
w&naa We Gather At The Riv
er?" In The Siweet Bye and Bye'
-and a hundred oii'ier ihvmns. '
They'll be sunt? in Benson at The
Grove on the fourth Sunday in June
when North Carolinians from the
Piedmont to the coast gather here
for the 31st annual Singing Con
vention. - .,. . " ( . , ' '. . . ; : .,
On this day, the population of
the town of approximately 3.000 Is
increased 13 times. This year more
people are expected than attend
some Untversiy tof North Carolina
Beginning early In the morning,
tne contestants sine hymns and sdi-
rituals until sundown for the
thrones which come to Benson to
hear them. , " -, . ...
Only- once is the Dram-am km.
ken. This is in the morning when
the one and only speaker, some im
portant rtvfc, state, or government
ounciai is heard. . , :
The variety of the Drosram cohm
in those who sin from soloists.
duets, trios, mixed quartets, quar
tets composed on me venous sing
ing dubs of families and indlvd.
uaU V-.-..,,:. ;j
A pre-fevture of the Sine Is held
on Saturday afternoon as a orelude
to the big event on Sunday. This
is the four county singing conven
tion when contestants from Johns
ton, Harnett, Sampson and Cum
berland counties compete.
- The day's urogram Is lust alma.
ing ana every group wnmn similes
in time is eligible. They come from
every section of the state. There Is
no change or entrance fee and as
many contestants comoeta as time
win aiiow. AiMwuBh the contest
ants occupy, a greater portion of the
program seeking the Silver Lnvins
wups, m intervals young ana old
aiuce join in lor a chorus of such
ilavorites as 'The Old Jtitmrett
uross , jesus uavet Me"., or "In
The Garden'..,,. ;':,.-s.X',.
public projects. Also, as Wey ve ex
panded- ttieu- ouying power, uiey ve
stimulated local trade in buying
things they need.
"On the Intangible side", Benton
added. They've become better far
mers and homemakers, participated
in rural school Affairs, church act
ivities, and often held position of
leadership. Finally, they've besom e
better citizens, more able to bear
their load of community responsi
bility." Wv;.;,- .f'.,.,;.:.,...:
Benton said that he considered
this to be evidence of real progress
and that further progress was the
goal of every FHA family this year,
V V-- k .V U Li U J Li
M THE WWAww 4
luiNA -m on (i ScbaPE 1
Small Per Cent Pass
Drivers Examination ;
RALEIGH. N. EkJbteen ner
ens oi oppocanits tor drivers n
censes during April flailed to make
the grade, ae Department of Mo
tor venucies reported today. - ,
A' total of- 33,845 applications
were disapproved. Driver's obtain
ing licenses for the first time under
the re-dssuanee j-ra3r8im numbered
18,614 and thoue ubtainng renew
als totaled 11,437. 'Duplcata licen
ses were issued In 2,828 cases. Ori
ginal chauffer's licenses numbered
927 and renewals, 39. .
incense examineers . Issued 16,
164 learners permits during 4ue
month and (gave 23,061 road tests.
Licenses fees amounted ito 63,448.
No fire Is safe in the woods
' Be carefull . . ,t
A new gas producer that will pro
vide Duel for Diesel engines is on
the agenda at Bituminous Coal
Research, Inc. 1 . .
All Type? Electric Fans
i , Hardware Department
, iHI-, -Lifal
I' - , ' rSuwS,! ' J " ( $369-95
-teossr Im v'--
Modal SAC-9. Capacity 9.5 '
cubic feet. Crosley's exclu- v
aive Worksaver Design
gives you twice, as much
Mpact where you want if in .
front, in sight, in reach r '
all space at the "con ven
IN 2 TO 10 minutes this'gensaflonal Shelvador Refrig
erator defrosts itself completely! No muss, no water to ;
empty, nothing to do. Frozen foods and ice cubes in the
50-lb, full-width freezer don't even begin to thaw. '
Vegetables in the crispers stay dewy-fresh, "
Electrosaver Unit is quieter, more economical than
ever, warranted for 5 years. One of the many sensa-'
tional new Shelvadors for '51. See them now. . r
7::S PACE-SETlt..J DESIGNS ARE COliUNQ FROM CXOSLEYt
Gangrene Found :
" A new drug whkh promises to
revoiuuomze me treatment of In
fections which lead to, gangrene,
deep-seated chest infections, , and
dangerous blood dots in body ca
vities, has been made' available' to
doctors by Lederle Laboratories Di
vision of American Cyanamid Com
pany, v.., ,.;
The new drug, Varldase Strep t-okinase-Streptodornase,
ty dense atccumiatiens of pus. blood
and dead tissue around infected
areas, thus permitting removal of
the waste material through a need
le wiin utue r- no surgery, once
this debris is removed, white blood
cells and the so-called ."wonder
drugs," such as aureomycin can di
rectly attack the infection. .
The new drug is a . combination
of the two enzymes, streptokinase
and streptodornase, which are pro
duced from one of man's worst ene
mies, a disease-producing streptoc
occus oy a fermentation process.
On the surface of the bodyv vt-
cious-iooKing sores and ulcers can
be quickly and safely cleaned with
the drug. Not only is the dead ma
terial removed by its action, but
the wall of the area develops heal
thy blood vessels which stimulate
varldase will also be. useful a-
gainst old cases of osteomyelitis,
sinusitis, certain types of mening
itis, and chronic severe infections
of the Joints. When Injected Jnto an
infected area, it brings about a
chemical change In accumlated pus
and dead tissue. The liquefied waste
can then oe. easily removed and
the infection treated, v " ; '
While this now biological acts.a-
galnst dead and dying tissue, it
has no effect on living cells.. .
Xderle officials emphe;!ieu that
the new drug will not replace pre
sent methods of therapy, but will
serve as an adjunct to them.
Dramatic results -were reported
when varldase was used agsint em
pyema, the, deep chest infection
which often follows pneumonia and
pleurisy.' Such Infections, If pro
longed, usually cause death or chr
onic invalidism of the patient With
this new drug, doctors will be able
to clean the infection quickly and
start Immediate treatment.,
' Varidase will also be-useful in
disoWing blood clots which , form
in the joints, the chest and many
other body cavaties.
' It bad been known for many
years that under particular, emo
tions certain streptococci will pro
duce these two beneficial emvn,m.
Only after years of researc.fi an
scientific teamwork was Lederle
le to produce enough of the en
cymes to. make clinical research
possible. ' ;
A new beet sugar plant In ff"
nesota requires from 450, to
tons of coal every 24 hours.. '
A r 'ety record in b"niilnnS
coal Tt..,"-s was set In IE i f r i: e
flMrd cor--vnt live y-r.
9 Home Loans
Considerable ' interest' is being
shown ia the New Farm Housing
prrernn in cms locality, said A.
M. Benton, county supervsar of the
Farmers Home Administration, to-
. - Out' bf thirteen. 'applications 're
ceived in the Duplin county office,
this fiscal year for loans, there have
been nine loans made. ' '
Purpose of the new type' credit
is to enable farmers to construct,
repair, improve, remodel or re
place houses or other farm' build
ings. Loans are 'repayable at 4 per
cent interest bver a period of, from
5 J" 33 years. , ... ..
The housing program is an ad
dition to the regular Farm Owner
ship program and Farm Operating
program, Benton explained. During
the past fiscal year: 19 form fami
lies received FarmIome credit to
buy farms, " enlarge ' or develop
farms they already owned. Most of
the loans funds obtained by these
families came from nrivate lenders.
with the FHA sruaranteeins reoav-
ments through its insured mortgage
program. This brings the number of
applicants, who have bought or im
proved farms with loans from this
agency or its predecessor, the Farm
Security Administration, to 83 since
1937, when the Bandhead - Jones
rarm Tennant Act was passed.
More than 170 families obtained
supervised credit during the oast
fiscal year to operate farms heren
in uupnn county. They use loans
to buy ted, feed,, fertilizer, live
stock, equipment or farm supplies.
ramuies nave generally proved
rnemseives to De good debt-payers,
Benton said. Out of the 85 families,
who have- received real estate laris
in the county, 30 have paid their
loans in full and the remainlns 55
active borrowers have repaid an av
erage oi ssie., more than is due
on ther real estate loans. For op
erating loans, more- than 05 oer
cent of the amount cominH due fchp
past uscai year was repaid by bor-
''We like to measure famllv.
gress in several ainerent ways'
Benton continued. "Finatwlallv.
1 IS "!
Member F. D. L X
Ltt mi mm m-Lm
Our Modern Up To Dale Gas And Eleclricd ;i::co$
To Sell ; a
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4 1 fit
,Ve Tn Arviis Trrm 20 Tj Cylinders Up. .
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