.;:; Accidents; Jail For 1st Oifcnse
north Carolina highway users
e ready to do something about
e state' high traffic accident rate
i the basis of early returns in a
,j of motorists being conducted
y the Carolina Motor Club, Pres
ent Coleman W. Rotoerts an
junoed yesterday. ' ' i t
Motor Vehicle owners and users
we apparently reached the point
lshment for violators and all motor
vehicle laws. This 'represents a
definite Increase las the poll pro
irHin. kince onlv 60 oer cent fav
ored such mandatory punishment
when the first results pi tne pou
were announced. ':$:, :yi'?
A total of 835 per cen favor
mandator? lall sentence of not less
than five days for first offenders
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Here they realize the drastic ac-1. convicted of drunken driving, an in
tin is necessary ro maze xnonn
aroUna highways safe, Mr. Bob
rts added. - '
On the basis of early returns
7.5 per ent favor mandatory pun-
crease of over five per cent against
initial returns when 78 per cent
favored mandatory jail sentences
for drunken driving first offenders.
. Periodic Inspection of motor ve-
Your Money Buys More
In Talent Show .
Talent Show for Polio Funds
was given in Burgaw at eight o'clock
Wednesday, January IB. '
Miss Shelby Sheffield of Mag
nolia accompanied by Mrs. L. K.!
Alderman of Rose Hill sang sev
eral solos. The songs that Miss
Sheffield sang were: "I'll See You
Again," "The Worlds . Waiting For
The Sunrise." and "Last Night The
Nightingale Woke Me." ' For her
encore she sang "A Little na oi
Heaven" which Is an Irish song.
(Mrs. Ib K. Alderman played the
piano and whistled "Carmena"
from 'the on era njanmen.
tavmed lately folowing the snow
reception was given for the out
of town nuest at the home ox imts,
W. M. Rocbelle. The hostess served
coffee and cookies, i Mr. and Mrs.
Emmon Sheffield and their daught
er Shelby of Magnolia and Mrs.
L. K. Alderman of nose Hin, at
tended. Miss Sheffield sang sev
eral numbers at the reception.
stijeeU arc beln)g widened and
graded. . .
'The town hall and fire house Is
steadily going up under the super
vision of the Lion Club. They
are now trying to raise money in
order to buy more blocks. .The
town hall is located between
Ouinn's Grocery and L. E. and
V. (P. Saulres stores. A cement
sidewalk has also been completed
between the two stores.
J t b,-v!'ral (Mines of bridge tiie and 3. P. Smith attended the ur-
h, served ciiiuken salad, pim
ento sandwiches, rltz, pickles, fruit
cake and coffee.
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Man'. BULOVA.:.. $35.75 l
Under the Power Bill the Coast
Rev. Crossno Guest
Speaker To P.T.A.
1 Rev. R. L. -Crosno will be guest
speaker ; for the P.T.A, Monday
night .in the lunchroom at 7:30
o'clock. The subject will be "unar
acter and Spiritual Education."
Miss Betty Home
Miss Bettv Home was hostess
to her regular bridge club Wednes
day night at her home which was
attractively aecoratea ror ine oc
casion with potted plants chry
santhemums, white narcissus, and
For the hlah score prize Mrs.
C. H. Pope received an ornamental
olate. Miss Louise Crown was
presented an antique mug for con-
Line is making Improvements on solatlon prize, and Mrs. L. E. Pope
the right away in town. Several received a vase tor floating prize.
many friends, among them Mr.
John Ross who is a radio "Ham,"
his station is W4BLV. I was visit
ing his shack the-other night while
he had his transmitter In operation.
In the course of the conversation
he learned that I was from Duplin
Co. He said that he knew Rev.
W. C. Benson who is a radio "Ham"
in Wallace. His station is W4GOB.
While I was there Mr. Ross contact
ed Rev. Benson and let me talk to
him. It was a real treat for me
to be able to talk to someone in
Duplin that easy.
While Duplin doesn't have a com
mercial radio station you can rest
assured that Duplin is on the air
through amateur radio.
Yours very truly
Gaston F. Grady
P. S. Rev. Benson said he was a
good friend of yours.
B. M. 3 Robert Wilson VSN., sta
tioned on Block Island ship which
Is docked in Norfolk, Va. for the
time being spent the weekend with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wil
son and othe relatives.
Mr. L. E. Pope and Melvin Pope
and son Harry accompanied them
to Stokesdale where they spent a
week with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. 'Ed Simpson. L. P. Pope and
Melvin Pope stopped by Oak Ridge
Military Institute on their way
home and visited with Fred Pickett
who is a freshman there.
: Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Home, A. Q.
niture Show In High Point Frt
day. ' ' , .
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Jones
and sons of New Bern were week
end guests of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. L. E. Pope.
Mr. and Mrs. . Alvln Powell,
James Tucker and Mrs. Herbert
Tucker were' guests at a birthday
dinner for their little niece and
granddaughter, Sheila at the home
of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Evans in Wilmington Sunday.
'Weekend guests of Mr. and, Mrs.
(L. M. Sanderson were Mr, and
Mrs. Richard Luck and Mr. and
Mrs. Buddy Sanders and son of
Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. Hobart
Brantly and children of Spring
Hope, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnye San
derson and daughters of Four
Oakes, and Robert Sanderson' of
Mr and Mrs. Bill Michael and
children of Durham spent the
weekend with her mother, Mrs.
F. N. Barden.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Smith and
son and Mr. aad Mrs. Alton Gray
and son spent Sunday at Topsail,
Mrs. Fred Finger and son left
Wednesday night for New Jersey
where she will join her husband,
Lt. Finger who is tatloned there
with the U. S. A.
duliv ry . d allowed f .r re-movt-i
of t .ut:,-, bidding will start
at $o502.50 the bid of the C. C.
Tart Lumber Company of Clinton.
This the 30th day of January
1932. ..r,. I , -
' .'':'.A.M. Britt .
hides is now favored by 84 per
cent , of motorists participating in
the poll, an increase of two per
cent over the 82 per cent favoring
. Overwhelming sentiment favors
driver education in the public
schools, with 94 per cent of the
car owners participating indicating
: strong support of driver training.
He turns include car owners from
all sections of North Carolina and
represent a sizeable segment of op
inion, President Roberts said.
January 23, 1951
Mr. Robert Grady
Editor, Duplin Times
Kenansville, N. C.
Dear Mr. Grady
While in Edenton I have made
Sheep and lambs on feed on U. S.
farms January 1 numbered about
3.9 million head .half a million
more than a year earlier.
T Y ?I D A L L
nr MOUNT OLIVE
Home of Wajme-Duplba
Funeral Directors Embalmen
Ambulanoe Service Day or Night
A. J. Cavenaugh
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REPAIRING ft ENGRAVING
Wallace- N. C.
GEORGE W. QLAYLOCK
George Washington Blaylock, age
75 died Thursday morning, Jan.'
24th at his. home in Kerr after hav
ing suffered a stroke a few days v
ago and several, years oi declining
Funeral services were held Fri
day afternoon at 3:00 o'clock at
the Hallsvllle Presbyterian Church
near Beulavtlle. - Burial was in the
He is survived by his wife, the
former Sallie Jane Taylor of Le- '
noir County, four sons Walter W.
Blaylock of Kerr, Dock L. Blaylock
of Willard, James N. Blaylock of
Shreveport Xa., and William , P.
Blaylock of Fairfax, Va., two daugh
ters, Mrs. Cyrus Brock of Rose
Hill and Mrs. Mattie Moorman of
Wytheville, Va., seventeen grand
children and sixteen great grand
children, one half brother Sam
(Blaylock and one half sister Mrs.
I Ella Westbrook both .of Albertson.
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Clyde P. Patton, Executive Director
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requesting seedlings to facilitate
delivery and'give advice on plantings.
(Most shipments rae made in lots
of 2,000 seedlings, althoueh more
may Be obtained where large tracts,
of lan dare to be Improved for farm
gaime cover and food. In addition
to the bicolor seedlings .2-poond
packets of serlcea lespedeza seeds
are delivered. These are to be
planted next to the bicolor to Dro
vide nesting cover for small game
suon as quail ami rabbits.
Both bicolor and serlcea lesDe.
deza may be planted during winter
months before general farming op
erations begin. Seeds and seed
lings are available to 4-H and FFA
groups wishing to use wildlife hab
itat develoqwnent as club and chap
Plants an dseeds for wildlife food
and cover are produced by the
Wildlife Commission with funds
made available under provisions
of the Pittaian-Rabertson Act.
Increasing interest in multiflora
rose as wildlife cover and hedge
fence is reflected in the fact that
the entire supply of these shrubs
produced in the Commission s nur
series have already been applied
NOTICE OF RESALE
OF VALUABLE TIMBER
m o o oo e oooooooooooooiooooo
Pearsall et ux
Pearsall et ux
Pursuant to an order of the
Clerk of the Superior Court the
undersigned Commissioner will on
February 18, 1952 at 12:00 noon on
the Courthouse steps in Kenans
ville, North Carolina sell to the
highest bidder for cash the timber
on 215 acres of land as described in
Book 209 page 98 of the Duplin
County Registry. Terms: 10 inch
itumpage, ten per cent deDosit at
sale, bid stays open ten days, cash
jn aeuvery of deed, one year from
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