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Duplin Count y's Newspaper 1
- THURSDAY JULY 25, 1^>3. |
| g?m inTftn MSfcjvfiv
DAVID H. WNDBtSON
I services " fttfve
BtHs about the
DeMnd a fJesk
. . ?
really mean is
Bed try major
k of Congress,
the number of
into law. They
I there have
> it cannot be
nmltyee meet- I
.? . . .. .
ings, conferences with constituents
led; telephone calls; and liter
Thei stibiy is tbfcf of a Sefiatijr at
an evening sociaj gathering consult
ing ' ah appointment calendar.
"Checking to "see where' yor^ go
next?" gushed his hostess. No"
replied tfie weary lawmaker .'"try
ing to find out Where ^ am now".
Membership oh two' comrfiittees,
tlie chairmanship hf a sub-commit
tee, a District containing ten coun
ties with a population in excess of
4ob thousand people, arid making la
conscientious effort to cast an ih
formed vote on all legislation -
however minor the press considers
it - have kept your Congressn^an
pigsty busy this summer.
M lb J
SENATOR Htm SAYS
4 WASHINGTON - Congress has two
mtWlfafSp measure before it as it
y' monaa into what may be the longest
| Sirnlow since the Korean War.
i *be? we the Ufx premm. beiqg
I Considered by the HouSe Vifeys and
Onmmittee, and the Afmms
jj tration's civil rights proposes,,ejn
; bodied in S. 1731, undergojtna Hear
' |KgS before the Senate Jiimnafy
^ (npoun constitute tne principal
measure before the Cenate, I should
discuss Title VI whieli re
| him la Nondiscrimination in Feder
j' TWto VI of the bin was evidently
drawn in haste. Jt contains no.gwd
epoats, it contains no court ^reygw
f^fartment hi its determinaitons of
>wte Is an,?fwho is not discriminat
EBtjk Wrymg otu of Feedral
j^HjHilld. and it contains no yard
In what,constitutes "discri
In essence what it does
J. ifnaertake to db in seventeen lines I
H^Kaliatic language is to give the
President or those to whom he may
delegMe.hjs authority the unbridled
discretion to use almost the enyr^
Federal purse to achieve whatever
purposes hp rpight wish in the ami
d,uct of human affairs. In his ^is
creiion he could coerce states, lopal
comanunities, or individuals engagr
ed tn business into acceding to tyie
wishes of the President in thfee
wara-pipp uping,.Eedpral funds 0as
to We course of conduct they should
pursue in the nebulous and uncjpr
fined field of discrimination. (
would furnish the Pres
ident wi^ power of a club or a cpr
rot lo serve any purpose he might
s& -fit. His pbrpose could be a just
or. aii unjust one. His purpose copld
he an economic, social, or a politi
cal one. "Only a few mpntbs( a^o,
the President stated that fie did pot
have the ,po#er to cut off Federal
funds to the State ,pf . Mississippi,
and that hp did pot Wink ttet gfiy
President should be give ntfiaf pow
er. This was in response to a sug
gestion by the Civil Rights Comnpis
sion thai the President should cut
ptf, fiwfr wJuch,?^Fc*ter*JL pror
tm$. conduc^d,^ ,tl?|t,,^e(
%emppwer.^heiv president (b .use
miffltwW fongressional appro
neighborhood,*! t^baflioa a year to
institutions ana individuals eneaced
in respect ts racial matters. If they
the severest kinds of economic pun
ishment under circumstances ir
which they would have no means oi
challenging in an effective way the
legality or wisdom of his action.
.Kacipl and refleious minorities
mjfeht, reflppt "ltf tpe course of gov
ernmehts which wield unbridlec
28, 1820 was concerned about a safe
repository for governmental power.
Tkij5w nt> s^fe depository at tBO
ultimate powers of the society but
the peoJe themselves; and if .we
think them not enlightened enough
to exercise their control' Wifc /J
wholesome discretion, ..the remedy
is not to take it from mem, but to
bifffrih, fhek cfipcretjon.:' , , .1;
If a peraotwis representative pay
ee for ^ipqone cto. the**. ary a
Dumber o* Jhi^s te.should keep in
mfod .pqneefmns; the,>pdli?g. of
the benefits he rec^jve^.
<? The, .Jeiwo representative payee
the Responsibility pf receiving social
security beMjm for a.fh^, <jr for
an ,SKh\lt ,who is unpble to use .these
benefits, ipjris o^h^t,, interest,,. A
representative payee ly, .charged
with seeing that the money received
is used solely for the beneficiary.
This means.jthpj^ the payee should
keep himsplf mtorfljed about all the
things n?*J*cT bep'fieiapr.
particularly when ' .the' ^heficiary
does Jpotj. Jive with hfip.
Sppial rurity benefits are intand
ed to repjpee part of the income op
which ijicvit families are dependwit
and whjChis lo^t .because of the <ns
ai)ilityv retirement, OR death of the
be1( (lsed for Qwbe^fk&ry s day
to-day maintenance needs; primar
ily, food, clothing, shelther, medical
care, and the rehabilitation expen
ses of disability beneficiaries. Ben
efits which ,wili not. bq *eeded by
the beneficiary ih the near future
should ,t? invested In IT., S. Savings
Bonds, pr deposjtpd in an insured
account (jn a hapk, trust company pr
savingy '.sgicf lppn Mjspqjation. The
funds 'should neyer be kept in tpe
home as there is danger that thpy
may be loqt, <ff stolen. Neither shou
ld thg, beneficiary's, funds be copi
bined with those of the representa
tive, pay efl o^anyofh#- fjinds.
Tbe. cepreseptatiNe?payee |is also
responsibly fpr rppofting for the
beneficiary' when certain chanaes
occur such aki change in address,
return to, work, adoption of a chad
benwfeiirry," marriage af a chud
beenficiary, the death of a
beneficiary. Ai(y cnefcss issued after
the beneficiary's entitlement has
fcPJ&W*,^ld ,^M?rptpptly ,&?
, ^represen^ive payoi" mulM
. ndei t dy
Jqkeep a record
I BlVina V. PriSjl*
"The Fellowship of Sufferi??"
Why ?h0uldj*3>ntebe hurt Jta.the
deeds of others? We are bound to
gether and must suffer together.
| God has ordained that men shall
> grow in character by the interming
' ling of their lives, haw .?ould,?we
; know happiness, joy, sorrow," or
pain, if 4fe had hggtr learned to
ajfo suffertJ we do nofpra^ for our
OS .Changed Tne first love to life's
deepest ..love. ?H we WTipuld -a^ye
ourselves, ye must spend oursel
ves". Paul - "Bear one ^mothers'
burdens, and so fulfill the love ql
must share the bilrdens oi
others with the spirit of ui^erstand
ipt$, and compassion - nev^r in spir
it of superiority.
We (teapot share compassior
without tne help qf Christ, Be givei
us a power unknown to^ nuropn sou
? rces v.: i
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J|; ! WatarvfcN.C.
One Mile From
J Will Do Complete Job
I Fixtures And Labor Or
? > Jttd- Labof. ? ???
Drop A Card Or See
Me In Person , ?
P-'ttjr irfNT '
HOUSES & APARTMEN1
Kenansville and Warsaw
Mrs. Belton Minshew
Phone 554 Warsaw, N. C.
Mrs. HorterC. Drown
Phone 3741 Rose Hill. N. C.
soil : PUN!
DEAR MISTER EDITOR: v
"in*case you fe^gdt to mark it on
your calender, we got the big 3pck
le Decjsion coming up this month.
You will recollect that back |n 19t?l
ttft boyp'ip tpe Penfflfpo discovered
the .Army. .Navy. Air Force, and
Marines was all gitting their bejt
buckles made in. different colors. ,
The expects on usch matters got
together in a telephone booth and
decided It would save the taxpayers
a heap of money if all belt buckles
wa$ made to the same specifica
tions. After a two day conference,
it was decided that all belt buckles
wovid upw be black.
In 1962 the experts decided the
black buckles wasn't satisfactory,
they was chipping around the
edges. Natural, this caused a stir in
the Pentagon and the Quartermas
ter Research Center was called in
on the case. It was decided to con
duct "exhaustive tests'' ip the mat
ter and a service unit at Natick,
Mass., was assigned ,to the Sek
buckle testfhg'pfograrh. La$t month
it was announced thai the belt
buckle testing , folks had been mov
ing along real good, that all in
struments Was green, all' systems 1
- I i mi. .."iiiTT
i. ? .
go, and we could expect a decision
Byrd annouiicp. thats ^l tbe)|tim<;
the testipg has beep gpihg ,on.,,fe
been. stockpiling ,the fojjjj okj. type
pilmg percedure, and that, boys, at
Natick was also testing t'wp x. new
ones., Bte now estirpates that we got
enou& felt busies stocked ,tp
hold up the pants of ever man, wo
man. ,/uri fef
the, next half-century. .
it will be interesting. Mister Edi
tor, to git the finpl decision, front
the boys, at Natick. If you hpar the
ftpws, afore JT doPj?lease a
post car^, pip punier 260*49,, fac
ial Cecurity ^f6-4?-9&65,,, Internal
lie venue Service 44^*6.
? Tlte sesstort "at ftrt!' "cdtthtry store
Saturday night was , moutine.
Th|e fellers alway^'' start^ ^iit ever
session by solving the' problems they
doht know nothing abbut first. Na
tural most sessions bdgih's with the
wimmen folks. Clem Webster, that
is our expert op these matters at
local level, reported he cphte to
(own fast, Saturday to see nbw you
Civil Defense Tips '
Indoor Warning System ^
warn the people^f w^r. But
from the beginning there Was re
cegniUeu Iter outdoor sirens some
times could not be heard indoors,
and that manytimes our town sir
ens could not reach our rural areas.
Tbere>( was a need for an indoor
slfen Aystem to supplement outdoor
la 1952 the Federal Government
appropriated funds toward research
projects aimed at development of
indoor warning systems that would
1. Absolutely reliable
2. Available to gveryehe
The search has now narrowed to
use, of your present electrical power
lines as the one method that will
serve the required purpose.
There has now been developed a
small instrument that could be
plumed into any standard 116 volt
outlet to be left there aO the time.
Thi$ emergency alarm repeater sys
tem, designed for use at any loca
tion where there is electricity, is
called NEAR, ft is now approved
as reliable indoor warning sys
tem. Before this system cap work,
it will be necessary for ouf power
companies to install the equipment
to activate the NEAR receivers.
When this system is completed, it
will be.possible to alert the entire
population withjn one miniite on the
approach of a natural disaster, or
I ! - ??:? I
folks was gitting along and he
found the wimmen folks was gitt
ing along without too much to wear.
Clem says it's a sight hi this wor
ld the contraptions wimmen of to
day can rig up to put on fer sum
mer. He allowed as how when he
was a boy a girl stayed at home if
she didq't have nothing to wear,
but BfH she hist puts op her shoes
and conies to town, anyhow. That
being the caSe. I wouldn't doubt.
Mister Editor, if filf Jtfte fellers did
n't dhsne to town next Saturday.
i Uncle Pete
Farmers spend more than $25 bil
lion ppnually for. labor and supplies.
Homogenized milk was first gold
successfully In 1919.
even a warning that a foreign ene
my is aboid to bomb, ewr country.
Upon its y^ivatiq^you would bear
tt fc expected that this NEAR re
ceiver, which t# between $5 and
$10, would use less current than
your present electric clock. This
quipment is not presently on the
market and will not be until the
power companies are able to install
the generators they need.
There are stttl problems to be
workers out, but the most difficufo
phase of the project-development of
the system - is in the past; and the
future for a national indoor attack
warning system is NEAR.
Aden the G*p4 of Rod. Titos t:10
pon't let , any lopsided man lie
you down and brand you. God has
called us into freedom and not to
slavery. As to fundamentalists and
modernists be neither one.
The salvation of.fiod is not a doc
trine but a Person. This Person,
Christ, can save toe imkm man
la your county. The reason Be Jas
not done O* llftcaaaM JW foiah I
does npt like the bitters of repen
tgnce. t ' I
I steadfastly refuse to belong to
any denomination because all deno
minations belong to nie 1 let one
of them hive my name but I want
all of them to have me. The Bigger
a man get?, the harder it is to tell
which denomination he is Conndfifed
As to the race question, t believe
in the doctrine of Christian respect
and consideration "The first of all
commands is, thou shalt love" At
the Judgment Day the black man
is going to turn pale and the white
man Is going to turn rid if tfcey
find too late that they hate each
I 1 ??* . , r , - H
For Expert Watch -
Warsaw, -n.c. ,
pr'j* .it jf tity
M|B ?" l 1911 TjT : ?
. ? ? i,
Why Should I Gare?
LeuM far July 28, 1(61
"?'-?? - ?" .
f~\NE Story cut have many
^ point*. It can bo uaed to Ilia*
ttoa*. Neither wai Cain, looking I
for the quc?tk>n he fjk Cain
eitMh^tNensaitHn. bWall God I
wants ? Keeper? Nobody wants
a keeper. But everybodTneeifa
brother. Abel needed a'Vother
and Cain had not been ene
crime <* Cain's began *$h a re
WHI# Kf^jSlA 1?^fJve*Per
Pf rha^|^|ad ^ never
self did to Abel, didn't matterE
Jj|?5lRi to Oed.^^M
i w '
quality job fhintiwToL. ea
? DUPLIN - TIMES. y
!CdMPARAT|YE STATEMENT OF CONDITION
WacmtM Bank & Trost Company
^ .???! OJfiL #<? ??? , *?? I
RESOURCES: Jone 30, 1962
\ *'? ?, ?? T. C | ?; u ??? ? -
Cash and IWhTVom Banks "3,596,996.15
U. S. Bonds _.... 8,333,82746
Obligation aI.U. S. 'Government Agencies 1,050,000.00
North Carolina State. Bonds ..i. I 352,662.93
County andf-Mufnicipal Bonds 2,111,334.37
Demand Commercial and Brokers Loans : ! II 37
Other, Securities .1.. :... 25,001.00
Loans and Discounts 17,740,612.65
Banking Houses & Fixtures 844,514.57
Less Depreciation I.vj... ti.. > 006,067^)5 238,447.52
Inter-Branch Clearings v....<.ln 1.K 225,401.00
Other Resources .f._i 115,835.00
TOTAL RESOURCES r 33,790,1483)8
LIABILITIES: ' 1
Capital Stock .. I' 1,737,380.00
Undivided Profits '1. ' 507,290.35
Capital ? 3^d^23i|j5
Reserves for Interest, Taxes, Etc. ... 802,098.08
Deposits ...... 29,182,540.71
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPETAL --33,190448.08
The Above figures do not include Trust Assets totaling over 0
t ? .... ? .,
* Jdift 29, 1963
946,600.43 1 ..
??" ' 397,799.20
I V, We Want T. Thank Oil* 0*<??*r? plffihle/(to ReM^KM InTreaaed 1
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I to?Uw|i:!t. , 1 I
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1 M- ' ? -i-Vi" ?
QlouVc got it made wfcen .ion'w dot it
. ? iai'i ?? qi *b \ ? r
I' -* ,: H T*
Deposits In Waccamaw Bank Are Insured To $10,000
By 'Federal beposit'insrfraiWe Co^oftit^n " .
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