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VOL. 19. NO. 28.
KENANSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1952 PRICE TEN CENTS
Flue-cured : tobacco growers In
Korth and South CaroUna face a
double-banseled proposition -when
they go to the polls Saturday, July
On that date, flue-cured grow
ers from the Carolina ' will cat
ballots either for or against con
tinuance of: 4 -
1. A 10 cent per acre assess
ment to support Tobacco Associat
es. . -
x 2. Tobacco Marketing Quotas.
Here 1s some background for the
two referendums: . .
North and South CaroUna de
pend heavily on the success of the
xhie-cured tobacco program. . Two
vital phases of that program are
Marketing Quotas, .which guars o
tee - stabilized . market prices
-through a support program, and
the export promotional work car
ried on by Tobacco Associates
I Since 1934 growers have eniovel
the benefits of an acreage program
and since 1939 they have operated
' successfully under Marketing Quo
tas with acreage allotments, t Re
peatedly tobacco growers have vot-
ea overwneimtngiy to continue tin
program, which has meant so much
not only to growers but the entire
economy of the two states.
Tobacco Associates was formed
In 1947 by growers and their allied
interest to Drotect and develop
foreign markets upon which -they
deoend for the sale of some 40 per
. cent of their tobacco each year. Ia
July of that year, growers in the
( two Carolinas overwhelmingly ap
i proved the present 10 cent per acre
-' assessment for 1947-1049 and again
;: 4n 1949, they approved the assess
' loent for 1850, 1951, and 1952.
The extent of the work done by
. this export-promoting organization
is evidenced by tne increase in ex
ports since its formation six years
Man. Exnorts of United States flue-
rured tobacco have Increased from
359 million pounds In 1947 to 490
million pounds in ioi ana are
, now about 30 per cent above pre
war yean. Through the, work of
the organisation, new markets have
been developed and others expand-
. cd until now' American tobacco
I growers are no longer dependent
i uDon anv one country for the sale
1 of their tobacco. Countries such as
Install Hew Pres.
Guests of the Beulaville Lions
Club recently were their lionesses.
this being Ladles Night. The meet
Ins was held in the school cafe
teria where Millers Cafe served a
delicious fried chicken dinner.
1 Cecil A: Miller, retiring pres!
dent, Installed the incoming of
ficers. , He also expressed his ap
preciation to the Club for their co
operation in tne past year. ine
newly ( Instabea president Bill
Thlgpenr made some timely re
marks and suggestions. , '
After a short business session the
meeting -adjourned.i.. .
Duplin County 4-H Club Members Will
Attend 4-H Camp And Lost Colony
DuiCin County 4-H members will
attend Roanoke Island 4-H Camp
at Manteo, N. C4 August 49. The
camo is located on Croatan Sound
near Fort Raleigh where. the Lost
reation and -Vesper Services.
The camp leaders and Instructors
have been selected by Mr. L. It
Harrill, State 4-H Leader from
State College In Raleigh. Thl?
Colony Paeeant is presented each I should be one of the best camps
cummer. Jdaca ciud lueniucr ai- uuuu vuum; im
tending wlU see the Lost Colony The group will leave Duplin
Pageant, the Wright's Brothers County by chartered bus on Man
Monument on Kill Devil Hill, visit day, August 4, and return on Sat
the Sand Dunes at Mags ueaa ana uraay, August v
see other historical places near
While at camp club members
will receive Instructions in swim
ming, handicraft, ' recreation, and
use of electricity on the farm, each
morning In the afternoon they
will enjoy soft "ball, volley ball,
horse shoes, tennis, and swimming.
Night programs will include rec-
The total cost of camp will be
21.00 which will include room
meals, insurance, bus fare and t
ticket to the Lost Colony Pageant.
Any Dunlin County 4-H Club mem.
ber who wants to go to camp should
send a $5.00 deposit to Betty Gray
Melvin or V. H. Reynolds, by July
19. . '
J. 0. Yclhcc Hew Acting Postmaster
Ihs Cray Years Of Peifc Service
J. B. Wallace.: newly appointed
acting postmaster of Kenansville,
has a long record of public service
in Duplin County. He has replaced
Les Williams "who retired on June
30.. Ia A", .. . f .'
Born in Kenansvllle on May 18,
1906, he attended the schools hero.
He started working in the tax
collector's office in 1926 and stayed
there until he went with the county
auditor in . 1928.; From January
1929 until 1942. Mr. Wallace was
office deputy in the sheriff a of
fice. , He went in the air corps In
1942 and. served until 1946.
He was county service officer
and assistant auditor from the time
of bis release from service until
he became acting postmaster on
July 1, 1952.
. He is the son of the late Mr.
and Mrs. Bland Wallace of Ken
ansvllle. In 1930, he married Miss
Katherine McKenzle of Wilming
ton who teaches In the schools her?.
Mr. Wallace is a member of the
Baptist Church of which he is a
deacon, the American Legion and
Cool Water For All At 6
Principal Announces New Teaching Staff
tecontev Director s Of
Lacy VJeslis Resigns To
Field Service For
Vernon U. Remolds Has Seen AoDOinfeif fety County Agent
.Irs. Pmrfine Johnson Homed Ilea Home DemonsfntioniClob Agent
Pink Hill Veteran Receives Honor At
VFW Meet Held In Goldsboro Last Week
I TtMmirlr nA the Phillnnlnel. are
bow taking from two to ten times
I. more tobacco than before the war.
f The law authorizing marketing
' 'quotas also provides for , aovefn-
L4ment lows si.port tobafc
approved In the eferendum, loans
will be made, available on xne ikii
' crop at prices equal to 90 per cent
or the raruy, prices, as ox vuiy i,
1952. : .f'l' Afj.-'A'';
Since Tobacco Associates Is fl
nanced solely by growers and their
allied Interests and the Marketing
Quotas administered by the gov
ernment-sponsored Production and
Marketing Administration,, there
will be two ballot boxes at the
polls Referendum Day. .One box
will be for the marketing quota
vote, which will show whether the
growers want marketing quotas for
another year,, another .three-'years
or not at all.. ;'' v-::
The other box will collect votes
on the 10 cent per acre self -assessment
for Tobacco Associates. . -.
In both referendums, a two
thirds majority of the growers vot
ing Is needed to approve quotas
and the assessment. : ; -- a
' J. Henry Yataghan of Elm City,
chairman of Tobacco Associates'
board of directors explained that a
grower "Is any person who has an
interest as owner, tenant, or share
'""cropper In Hie 1952 crop of flue-
,7 cured tobacco. ' However, yaugtian
'i stressed, "no producer is entitled
f to more than one vote even though
I be may have been engaged in pro
i ;,: auction of tobacco in two or more
. communities, "eounties,. or states.
; The public Is . cordially ". Invited
tojhehvthemselvet to all the cool
OVERFLOW ' water they "want at
the B. F.i Grady school, for the
convenience of the public -this wat
er has been piped out the Highway
No. 11 and( with the help wf the
State Highway -a coovanlent drive
has been made so that all mba pass
may pull off the highway as "'ia
raemselves without coming ,on ihe
school grounds and being - incon
veniences by having to. drive be-
mna xn mam ouuaing wtJie oia
fountaine. Recent tests made by
the State Health Department In
analyzing this water show that i:
is pure and we all know that it Is
good to, taate and refreshes as few
others do. , This.is a natural artes
ian well and furnishes an abundant
supply of pure water for all build
ings on the B.: P. Grady school
grounds winter and summer. Many
local people come to this Overflow
and carry this '- water away for
drinking purposes in large- quan
tities. The farmers haul it away
constantly for use in setting tobac
co and watering livestock and for
any purpose where the local sup
ply Is not sufficient . Come and
help your self to any amount you
need, plenty for au.
New teachers in the B. F. Grady
School for next year Include the
following Mr.' Nell A. Morrison,
agriculture. Mr. 'Morrison is a
graduate of State College, Raleigh,
N. C. He Is a native of Sampson
County,, a . Veteran- of 3 years in
World War II, married and has 3
small children, has taught Veterans
for three years and has been Agrl-
culture Instructor In the Wacc.v
maw School of Brunswick County
during the past year, He comes
to us highly recommended by local
and state school authorities bavin z
taught last year in a situation very
ntucn luce we find at 8. W. Grady
and In a school and farming section
much like ours. . He will be avail-
afel 1U ciiuflrTiek. He
is SO years old. He and family are
in the process of movln and will ma
oe avaiiaoie n any ram, f
VTtf David - J. Johnson Is ' to be
the Coach and a High School teach
er for the coming year.. Mr. John
son is a graduate of East Carolina
College 'and has experience as a.
High School teacher and has been
very successful as a basketball I
coach. - Mr. Johnson's teams at
Richlands High School and in other
schools have been outstanding. ..
Mrs. Clovadel Montgomery Is to
be one of the First Grade teachers.
She is an experienced teacher and
corns to us highly recommended as
First 'grade teacher.
Mrs. Hazel Ruth Komegay will
again teach 6th grade.- a - , .
Mr. A. H. Braswell and" Mrs. Em
ily R. Fields are to be the 8th grade
teachers: , Mr. Braswell is a Wake
Forest Graduate with experience.
Mrs. Fields is a graduate of East
Carolina college with one years ex
perience. : ,
A French and Typing teacher Is
yet to be selected in the High
School .and a Special teacher is
to be selected in the grades to
spend most of her time with the
The cooperative Bible school hell
here during the week of June 30
July 4 concluded Its session with
an .excellent ' attendance. .The
school, held; at ( the Methodist
Church, was sponsored by the Bap
tist aad had .Presbyterian leader.
Mist Peggy Carter of Wilson. Oth
er teachers were, the Misses Sally
Newton, Patricia Bell and Carol
Burgess; the Rev. J. T. Hsyter, Jr.,
the Rev. Lauren Sharp and Mrs.
Joe Qulnn. : Mrs. Albert Outlaw
was In charge of refreshments each
day. v ' ' .., ,t
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III In V
-III' III II. )
Several of T. s
people are ill In v - ,:
in the state. Le v. i
Johns Hopkins hospital In Balti
more. Oliver Stokes Is in the hos
pital in Wilmington. Bill Inmm
who has been 111 at the hospital In
- FayettevlUe foe a long period is
greatly irproved and 11 ehrpecUi
home shutly. Eddy Grady, well
known .V -sley farmer; has been" a
patient tt the WatU Hospital In
- Durham fir four weeks but will be
home'tt i week.,; Mrs. Margaret
i vu-y, r or the Draft bona,
n HI at the hospital in
J fee home. this-ww
Frank Rackley Hurt
Diilt Lake Tii!
; Frank Rackley, 20. of Rose Hill
was; seriously hurt while diving at
Lake Tut pn Sunday afternoon. He
lived on a farm Adjoining' the' ire
Sort. ... . --.i, "v-. ,..'..: 'VA i '!''"'
m.. . i j . v.
dived from the pier hitting Hew
lette' Gavin who was underwater
at the Ume. His head hU the Gavin I
boys back. It was first feared that
he - bad suffered a broken neck.
He was knocked out. He was pulled
from the water by one of the life
guards,, and several spectators as
sisted in getting' him out '
He wm rushed to the hospital af
ter being examined by Dr, C. F.
in cmi-' Court on Monday.
June S3, His "Honor H. E. Phillips,
presiding, five men were fined for
gambling In Albertson 'Township
near Holts Store. The Judge sen
tenced them to thirty days on the
road and the Judgement was' sus
pended for two years on good be
havior on the payment of fine of
ten dollars and costs,
The five men were in the wood
having as one of them said 'a little
fun where it was cool and comfort
able. 'One of the men's wives found
them playing, got mad, took the ear
and told the father of. Marvin Gar-
Sgl. Jack Oltoway
Chanee in Schedule for T-Sst.
Jack Ottoway, USA and USAF Re
cruiting Officer in Duplin County,
effective I July 1952. He will be
at the following towns at the tunes
Mondays Office 407 Pine Street
Warsaw, N. C. from 8 a. m. til noon.
Afternoons Faison, N. C. at 1:30
p. m. til 2 p. m. Calypso, N. C. at 3
p. m. til 3:30 p.' m. (Post Office
both .towns.) a. a
Tuesdays: Kenansvllle, N. C.
Court House from 9 a. m. til 10 a.
m. Albertson, N.(C. Post Office
from 1 p. m. til 2 p. m.
Wednesdays: Wallace, N. C. Post
Office from 10 a. m. til Noon. Roe
Hill, N. C, Post -Office from 1:30
p. m. til 2 p. m. Magnolia, N. C.
Post Office from 3 p. m. til 3:30 p.
Thursdays: - Kenansvllle, N. C.
Court House from 9 a. m. til 10 a.
m. Beulaville, IN. C. Post Office
from 1 p. m. til 1:30 p. m. Chinqua
pin;. N. C. Post Office from' 2:30
p. in. til 8 p. nu : a - -
Fridays: Wallace N. C, Post Of
fice from 10 a, m. til norn. Office
407 Pine Street. Warsaw N. C,
ti: m. tit I m. v -j
T-sgt. jackotuway can ne convi
cieo 'By pnone in Warsaw any
time by calling 614. Today the
Army is in need of good men, both
in the ranks and as Officers. Stop
by and see SgtA Ottaway and get
all the details on how you can qual
ify for a commission In the U. S.
Army, if you are a high school
graduate. Any young lady interest
ed In information on the WAC or
WAF drop Sgt Ottaway a card or
see hlra at one of his stops and be
will be glad to give the details.
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Local Lions Meet
With New Officers
With the new president, Paul In-
graham presiding, the Kenans
vllle Lion's Club met Wednesday
at 7:30 p. m. in Roscoe Jones' Cafe.
The secretary, Lauren Sharpe, read
the names of the new committees.
L; F. Weeks who has recently re
signed as County -Agent spoke
about the meeting of the PMA on
Friday night at the Courthouse to
discuss the quote reierenaum, ana
urged all present to attend. He
pointed out that 81 per cent of the
income of Duplin County people is
derived from tobacco, and that tne
marketing program of. Tobacco As
sociates had saved 40 cents out of
every dollar of farmer's income.
He also thanked the club for the
many social hours he had spent
with them, and commended the
Lions on their, excellent record Of
civic service. jv'- f
Lions present were W.;E. craft,
F. W. McGowan. W. L. McPhaJ
L. . F. Weeks, Roscoe Jones,; Paul
Ingram.' Iauren Sharpe ' Pete
Ouinn. Andrew Scott. V. H. Rey
nolds. D. H. Aic&ay, jsmmen &eiiy
and Ivy Bowden. ' Guests were
Georee Penny and Helen Cushman
A full report of the work done by
the club in the past year will be in
next' week's Duplin Timea.
The Veterans of Foreign Wars of
the Second District met in GolcV
boro. in a Joint session with the
Ladies Auxiliary with Goldsboro
Post No. 2615 as host on Sunday
Commander R. R. Newton, Jr., of
FarmviUe presided at toe meeting
and welcome was given by Senior
Vice Commander Russell Lynch of
the Goldsboro post. Prayer was
given by C. T. Russell, assistant
Harvey Turner, district Judge
advocate from Pink Hill, gave a
short talk. After the Joint meet
ing was adjourned, the two groups
met separately and Commander
Newton recalled the meeting to or
der with individual post reporting
on post .membership and post ac
tivities. Delegates were present
from LaGrange Greenville, Farm
viUe Pink Hill, Washington and
The LaGrange and Washington
clubs were named to receive
awards from the national organi
zation for a 10 per cent increase
in membership since the installa
tion of officers. Comrade George
Turner of Pink Hill was recognized
for his work in "writing up" 35
members for the year 1952.
The next district meeting will be
held in Greenville.
News About Duplin Men In Service
Miss Shirley McPhall Wilson of
Rose Hill, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Latham A Wilson, has just
been informed that she ia the re
cipient of a four year scholarship
University of North Carolina at
Greensboro. The scholarship was
granted1 on a character, scholar
ship and general quality basis and
awarded by the North Carolina
Veterans Commission. Only ten
are given in the state.
The scholarship entitles Miss
Wilson to . free tuition, a reason
able room and board .allowance,
and such other items and institu
tional , services as .are embraced
within, institutional- matriculation i
V' I of .war Tjfirtipinfltinff in thp Annual
iMiov fTjisuu im a umiumc w pi
graaiiate CIVAUhfdWAnk MiHehlnmen Pmiie Che
SPnS111 mh 8011001 in V1 cUssUias lome 600 V. S. Naval Academy
of 1952. f a Naval Reserve Midshipmen
rls who reDorted it to the Sheriff.
ier, Deputy Norwood Boone ana
ratroiman n. s. uriiey. The money
In the pot, $3.05, was turned over
to the ; General County School
The men; all of whom pled guilty
at the scene of the accident ; Dr,
WilRon, cf tne James Walker Mem-o-
1 i , MUal snld that the 7th ver
tcb.a was oi't of place, pinching
his jpljie.A 1..3 condition 4s re
ported as, being satief actory ' . f
,r ... ,.,..Vi& -
end. ' '
" t e,
2r. " r Cf flrsDaavt'!
.i:i E. Oi' nnd, 68 died cf a
' ""1 hemoruiage. at' his ,"
i ' n S unday. lie - ,-
i V.A'yne cowniir' 'regW -r "'of
. 1 w--.t:-e.'a'n--.'t 'tL
Ktie 1. F. OimuuJ. lor niaiLV vear
chairman of the Wayne ? County
Commlsoners, and Mrs.' Henrietta
Sauls Onnond of Goldsboro. ' He
was a member of St Pauls Meth
odist Churchy Mason and an eld
er. ' Surviving: are two -sonsi W
E. Jr Winder,' Ga , and Frank of
Reldsville; four, sisters Mrs. Griff
Porter of Goldsboro, Mrs. M. V
Guthrie of Sonh Hill, Va.,- Mrs.
'! of Klnston, and Mrs.
1 tf Kenansvllle. 1- nn
i v.- k H at '
t 1 .!.
I obert )
F. ' J
Rossle Lee, J. L. Holland and Mar
Youiided In Action
Pfc. Baxter Hunter Wells of Alt
bertson has been wounded in ac
tion in Korea according to word
received by his parents,-. Mr. and
Mrs. Hugn m. wens or Aioertson,
from Lt Geo. G. C. Thomas., Act
ing Commander of' the Marine
Corps. Since , receipt of the tele
gram, letters have arrived explain
ing the details of the action.
-Four Marines were on night pa
trol June 26 and one of them step
ped on a land mine, killing one
outright and wounded two others
of whom Hunter was one. ' He was
less seriously hurt .than the rest.
However, he was f looking at the
To Go On Sale
By August t, the Wildlife Re
nirrmn Commission will have com
pleted delivery; of hunting licenses
and comiMnauoit vanung; jura usu
ina licenses to - license dealers
throughout the state, Clyde P. Vat
ton, ,ecuuveVA,uirecwKv..oi( u
vrnin-iute fummussioni annouircea
today. County hunting licenses sell
for 11.10. -state hunting, licenses
cost $3.10, and combination, nunt
inn and fishing licenses cost M.19,
Enough copies l the J,992-53
hunting rules and regulations are
being printed to give each license
tinvsr a 'eotjv. ;nd eoplea of - the
regulations will be available from
onTrrsat tne we v
r on s .
L t t 1
1 1 i -mi by wii.ig dlrectiy to tie
' . jV ilUllfe Resources- Convmu-.-'ioa,
i entered the srvlceji 219, Laieich, North Carolina.
: n .T -y i
.- At " A. .'
Is 1! Corporal!
Benjamin H. Sellers, son of Mr.
and lira. R, C. Sellers of Calypso
has been promoted to corporal In
the United States Marine Corps.
Corporal Sellers received his re
cruit l-al, "ng at Paris Island. . He
a,tei d ' e Food Service Center
" ' i 1 at t. Knox, Ky.; He is now
' r.e'lTo'i.'Ccntef a'
IT'S A GIRL
U. S. Naval Hospital, Portsmouth,
Va. A girl weighing 7 pounds, 12
ounces was born June 14, to Mrs.
Mary S. Scott, wife of Larey Scott,
chief gunner's mate USN, here.
Scott who is stationed aboard the
aircraft carrier, USS Franklin D.
Roosevelt, in the Atlantic, is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Scott
of Warsaw, N. C.
Mrs. Scott is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Levi Stureill of Pedro.
The baby, named Patricia Ann
is the second child for the Scotts,
who are residing in Bayside, Va.
ROSE HILL MAN ON SHIP
U. S. Atlantic Fleet Serving
aboard the batUeship USS Wiscon
sin is Milton J. Bradshaw, seaman
apprentice, USN, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Dewey Bradshaw of Roee Hill,
Tne Wisconsin is one of 26 mec-
Helen f Hunt Hew
Miss Helen Hunt of Magnolia, the
fire unman to hold office as Depu-
shHff in Dunlin County, has
been appointed town clerk and tax
collector of Wallace to succeed Bill
Rose. She will take office on July
mi Hunt was born in Oxford,
N C. and graduated from Oxford
.i.mlor College. She came to Mag
nolia in 1924 and taugnt scnooi
there for 11 years. During the
summers she worked in the Oxford
Masonic Orphanage. '. She also
taught in Calypso.
She worked in the County Tar
Collector's office for seven years,
and subsequently worked in
the Branch Banking and' Trust
Company in W a 1 1 a c e. Enter
ing business with her brother at
fZJTrrrrrrrrttSSSi her tootbrVeaUh
rvroMB on tne, erase we vessel inS-v w. A nh,.
1JJ jrtslt ScoUand, Frneet and
uuantanamo say, iniD-a. a ,
.-The Wisconsin was recently re
lieved of her duties in the Korean
area by the battleship USS Iowa. .
W V - V i AW ABB -. v a
- Fort Lewis, WashPfc. WUlie
Deavers, Route 2, Beulaville, N. C,
recently was awarded a -letter of
commendation by Brig. den. Ho
bart Hewett, commander of the
31st Antiaircraft Artillery Brigade,
at Fort Lewis, Wash.
Private First Class Deavers was
commended for his action as a part
of an aggressor team during re
cent troop exercises at Camp Han
ford, Washington. The aggressor
force pitted itself against defend
ing troops to test the extent of
boy who stepped on the mine and their battle training.
AIM CJCiJ aiV IUJUICUi : -;- j -
Ffc. wells U tbc on or the prin
cipal of B. F. Grady achool.
Only Two Dollars
The robbery in the Rose Hill
branch of the Waccamaw Bank and
Trust Co., on Monday night, netted
less than two dollars. I The thieves
who evidently entered the building
through a screen window at the
rear, also tore a part of the screen
off the door and unlatched it.
There was no sign of anyone's be
ing near the vaults The money was
taken from a drawer. The escape
seemed to have been made through
a small window by a ladder noticed
by Dr. Hawes next morning. In
vestigators have been working this
week without finding any clues.
Need For Blood Mounts:
Save A I4fe Next Week.
Givei A Pnt Of Blood
The ited Cross needs blood ur
gently for, our armed forces. Quo
tas have hot been met in many
parts of the State and Nation.
Njext week on Friday, July 18, at
iPii m. i me ifrpman U1UO in
Goldsboro; ul itthev people
Sheriff under the late Ralph Jos,
and after tola death went into coun
ty Audita office, f ffl V ; t(
" 1 " ' '.J; i" aX
a t ' l v e"
ocia v iecurim
' ' i a I-.,, i-
Deavers, a director operator in
Battery C of the 30th Antiaircraft
Artillery Automatic Weapons Bat
talion, entered the Army in Janu
ROSE HILL MAN IN KOREA
UN Forces Korea Now serv
ing aboard the destroyer USS Laf
fey here is Wendell V. Teachey,
seaman, USN, husband of Mrs.
Rose Teachey of Route 3, Rose Hill,
The destroyer Is engaged in shore
bombardment activities in the
Wonsan Harbor area, She pre
viously operated with a carrier task
force on the east coast of Korea',
Since leaving the United States
In late Jan. crew members of the
Laffey have visited Panama, San
Diego, Honolulu, Midway Island
and Yokosuka, Japan.
During World War II the des
troyer .was awarded the coveted
Presidential Unit Citation for her
engagement with 22 Japanese sui
The whmingtbn. IT. C. office of
the Social Security Administration
wishes to announce their revised
Itinerant station schedule. A rep
resentative of that office may be
contacted as follows:
New Bern, N. C, City Court
Room, 2nd Floor City Hall; 1st 2nd,
3rd and tn Thursday; ii:uu a. m
Whiteville N. C. Basement o!
Post Office, 1st 2nd and 4th Wed
nesday; 1:30 p. m
Elizabethtown, N. C, Court Room
of Court House, 1st and 4th Tues
day; ll:uu a. m.
Beaufort, N. C; Court House
1st and 3rd Wednesday; 1:30 p. m
Morehead City N. C; Room 120
Post Office, 1st and 3rd Thursday
9:00 a. m.
Kenansvllle. N. C . Court Room
of Court House; 2nd and 3rd Tues
day; 11:00 a. m
Burgaw, N. C; Court House, 3rd
Monday, iu:w a. m.
Southport, N. C, Grand Jury
Room Court House; 4th Fridav
ii:uu a. m.
Jacksonville, Grand Jury Room
oi ourt House; 1st and 3rd Wed
nesoay; iu.au a. m,
New t Constable
Th Board of County Commission
ers at their regular first Monday
frnm meeting appointed Robert South-
DupUn County are asked to give a erland constable for Warsaw Town-
pini or Diooa 10 save a life of a snip. - , , , a -a
hoy on the front. It would be trad .
a.isupiin iaiiea our ooys who are
fighting for our liberty. Remem
ber the date July 18 and GIVE
YOUR BLOOD, aj v -- -.
Jurors called for County Conrf.
convening August 4th are as fol-
10WS!,, ' ' a.'
Elmei1 Geodson, Sam Bass, W. T.
KnoWles. 'John F. Noecker Ran C
Kennedy, Rudonh Sumner: RJraif.
ton Alderman, R. D. Simmons, Wil
lie Hatcher. C. W. Surratt Jr Mn
mmcr, joiis muter, james K. Sou-
i i Tecbey. Willie
M. FeutralW. L. Hicks, Jr. T. K.
- Demand for cigarette tobacco is
-t.4 ti continue itronc in the
"3 II "Una VMr whrh lu.
July l.' However, smaller ex-
ue cureo are expected
oecause of the effort of Britain
a some ouier nations
Reported By Board
The following men have failed to
keep in touch- with their local
draft board and have therefore be
come delinquent. They are subject
to immdlate induction. ' Miss Mar
garet Oakley, clerk of the board,
has requested that anyone knowing
the whereabouts "of these men to
notify Local Board No. 31, Duplin
County, and advise the men to con
tact the. board at once. a. , aa j
The men H df whom are negroes
are Earnest Moore. Warsaw: Allen
Adolpa Bell, Kenansvllle; Earnest
Wallace, Warsaw; Clyde Junior
Williams, Mount ; Olive; Jacob
Vann, Rt 1.. Wallace, N. Ct James
Juni-r Jo"s. r-4 l'"n?l'.i. ., '
Urgent PMA Meet
Fri. Night At 8 p.' iri.
In Courthouse 4
The Dunlin Countv PMA mm.
mittee bar scheduled a meetins at
the Courthouse in Kenansvllle this
rnaay night-July 11 at 8 p. ni. The
purpose of the meetins ia tn dUmm
the flue-cured tobacco quota refer
endum ana tooaceo assessment re
ferendum to be held July 19. It it
very important that the results r-
nen me largest percentage of eli
gible voters participating ever ob
tained In a quota referendum.
Each and every persqn interested
in tobacco should be there. All
farmers eligible so vote must real
ize the importance of casting his
ballet on this day. . Workers, bank
ers, civic clubs, farmers, all to
bacco warehouse and fertilizer re
presentatives, merchants, farm or
ganizations are earnestly requested
to attend; thla meeting.. . -
Fish Fry To Be
! B.e Magnolia ' 'Ucfc Club is
sponsoring a f i fry .to be held at
uariton's Fisn . 'ond, lt.A near
viuuur vi Jiiiii, WIWMS JklSg-
noUa and V, aw, on Wednesday
T-'-t, Jr'y 1 - p1 ny
Lacy Weeks, for eight years Du
plin County Farm Agent, resigned
this week to become director of
field service for Tobacco Associ
ates, Inc., for the five state area.
His resignation which was submit
ted to the Board of County Com-
mtssioners on Monday will become
effective August 1. The commis
sioners appointed Vernon H. Rey
nolds, assistant agent to replace
Mr. Weeks as County agent. At
the same meeting they also ap
pointed Mrs. Pauline Sloan John
son of Benson the new -Home Dem
onstration Agent for Duplin County-
A copy of tne resignation sue
mitted to the County Commission
ers, dated Kenansvllle, July 7, fol
It is after deep consideration that
hereby tender my resignation as
County Agent of Duplin County,
effective August 1, 1952. I have
been offered another position
which offers an opportunity to ren
der service to more farm people
over a larger area. Tobacco As
sociates with which I will be work
ing is a vital part of the tobacco
growers programs. This organi
zation is constantly working to
gain and strengthen foreign mar
kets of flue cured tobacco. These
facts along with the compensation
have contributed to my decision.
I want to say that I sincerely ap
preciate the fine spirit of coopera
tion that you and the fine people
of Duplin County neve given the
Extension Program since I have
been serving as your County ag
ent. I will long remember the
kind consideration and support you
have given us. I truly hope the
Extension Program and the over
all Agricultural Program in the
county will continue to serve the
people in a fine way and make even
greater progress, I remain, sincere
ly yours, L. F. Weeks, County Agent
Mr. Weeks came to Kenansvllle
in 1939 as assistant County agent.
He was appointed Farm Agent inv
1944. He bad previously made his.
borne In Newton Grove where he
taught agriculture after graduating
from N. C. State College. He is.
married and has on daughter;' msr
headquarters .will be in Raleigh.'
Tobaeco Associates is of invalua
ble aid to the growers of tobacco
in marketing: flue-cured tnharcn in
foreign countries. With China cut
off as a market entirely, and the
British market greatly reduced by
the rate of exchange and the trade
balance as well as government con
trol of imports, new markets had
to be found for the commodity.
vernon Keynoids who will be
come the new County Agent on
August 1st has been assistant ag
ent for Duplin County since August
of 1947. He came here from Cur
rituck County where he held a sim
ilar position. Originally from Jones
County, he attended Southwoort
High School, and was graduated
from State College. He 6erved 40
months in the army of which 21
months were spent overseas in the
Pacific theatre. He was married in
1942 to Miss Margaret Schmidt of
Naperville, Illinois, a 2nd lleut. in
the army Nurses Corps. They have
As a boy he helped his father
on a tobacco farm. He said that he
hoped to continue the policies of
the previous Farm Agent. The
Extension Service is a Cooperative
affair supported by Federal, State,
and County funds. It is educational
In that it teaches farmers the lat
est methods of farming, helps keep
them up to date on findings of
State College and State Experiment
Stations. The service is here to
serve all the people in the county
in anything that comes under the
agricultural field, whether live
stock, field or truck crops. Anoth
er feature of the Cooperative Ex
CONTINUED ON BACK
that our planes have-
knocked out those North Ko
rean hydro-electric piano wc
Reds will probably claim that
we've taken away their right to
for 'fail fashions it's the slim
waistline and the tapering
checkbook. ' '
Television costs for the two na
tional political conventions run -to-
about seven million dollars. A lot .
of hay tor .an elephant and a don- -
Vyl-Afr mi Af ' -''-"A ' -'
(tan Antonio, Tex., police came
upon we women arguing; one ae--cueed
the other of drinking ana
keeping jpompany i with.
hSu One was X the other -You're
never too old to buro-4be
cadle at both tndshat -.y
that the S. 8. Unfed State
lot i V the UMMt M
- the r .'.ant will probabl invent
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