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; MAR. 30,1944
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tW0«m T«kw. la Bpeadiag his
vtth Ua mother, Mrs.
•Title WUee, end hia Trifo, the
Min Ola Cleary,
ft. Phil and Ben Iteynolds,
were eaUed home bnanse of
I the death of their mother, M,re.
Reynolds, apent the day Sun •
day with their brother, Mr. Bud
Mrs. Wllmer Woodruff spent
the day Sunday with her sister.
Mrs. John Culler who underwent
an openaUon at the Wilkes Hospi
Mrs. R. E. Byrd and son, Fred
Byrd, S2c, spent the week-end
with Mrs. Byrd’s brother, Mr. J.
•L. Gregory. Fred has just finish
ed hie boot training at the Great
Isikes Training Station.
Raymond Blevins, Sic, left Sun
day afternoon to report to the
coast guard headquarters In New
Orleans, lor permanent assign
ment. He has just finished gun
ners school In Miami, Fla.
fiUiM Margfe IPendry was the
week-end g«eet„.of Mlae Kaoml
Bluings, of Boose.
Messrs. O. W. and Willie Gil
liam and Miss Minnie Gilliam, of
Thomastllle^ Tlsitod Mr. end Mrs.^
J. A. Gilliam, Sunday.
Mrs. J. A. Gilliam is a patient
at the Wilkes Hospital.
Mrs. Glenn Coth,ern, of Char
lotte, Is ■^siting her motoer, Mrs.
A. S. Johnson. Mrs. Johnson has
been ill for the past two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pendry-had
as their supper guest Bunday
night, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Slddeu,
Misses Inez Sidden and Maude
Largley, of Winston-Salem, and
Pvt. Lawrence Sidden, of Greenly
Field, N. H.
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Watkins and
daughter, Nena, visited Mr. and
Mrs. Wilcox, of Deep Gap, Sun
Pvt. Maurice Miller, of Camp
Wolters, Texas, is spending his
furlough with his parents. Rev.
and Mrs. D. C. Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Woodruff
and fr.mily, of Norfolk, Va., are
spending the week with relatives
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Effective April 1
basb;d on the law imposing a
TAX OF Ic FOR EACH 5c OR FRAC
TION THEREOF ON ESTABLISHED
EFFECTIVE APRIL 1
LIBERTY THEATRE ADMISSIONS
WILL BE AS FOLLOWS:
CHILDREN UNDER 12 YEARS
Theatre Price U.S. Tax
All Seats lOc 2c 12c
. PLEASE NOTICE-ANY CHILD. REGARDU^ OF
Ack ^UPyiNG A SEAT MUST HAVE A TICKET.
'THE federal law states no person is EXEMPT
P^M -TAX iraERE A CHARGE IS MADE TO WITNESS
^ ^JOY" ANY ENTERTAINMENT.
«w ^ANY PERSON ENTERING THEATRE WOULD BE CON-
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All Shows — All Day
Theatre Price U.S. Tax
All Seats lOc 2c 12c
• SATURDAY •
Theatre Price U.S. Tax TOTAL
All Seats 29c 6c 35c
This New Tax Must Be Collected On
And After Above Date
All Seats 25c
All Seats 33>
Marine Corp. Elmer B. Bnrkhalter destroys a partially damaged
milding on Namur island in the Marshalls with a flame thrower. Eoi,
^amnr and adjacent islands were captured by the Fourth marine dlvl-
lion after these areas were subjected to what has been described as
he heaviest air and sea bombardment in the history of military opera-
ions. In 53 hours 200 tons of bombs fell in this area.
Church — Society — Personaia
House Outlaws AAA
Threat To Farmers
Rev. L. G. Alexander visited
his wife this week. He has been
in Virginia for some time.
Mr. Lonnie Alexander visited in
North Wilkesboro. Lonnie is the
brother of Rev. J. J. and Rev. T.
G. Alexander. Mrs. Nancy Rhodes,
Mrs. Mary Farmer and Mrs. Lulor
Martin are his sisters.
Cpl. James E. Abernethy Den
ny, who is stationed at Camp La-
Jeune, visited Mr. and Mrs. How
ard Denny and family over the
week-end, returning to Camp Sun
day evening. Cpl. Denny has been
in the armed forces 11 months.
While here he visited many
Pvt. F. A. Dowell, who is sta
tioned at Fort Bragg. 'Waited his
parents and other relatives last
week-end. Pvt. Dowell is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. William Dowell,
of North Wilkesboro route two. ’
The Junior Missionary circle
met with Mrs. Elizabeth Golden.
The devotionals were led by the
president. Miss Mable Wood. Af
ter the business period a brief, but
very inspiring topic, was discuss
ed. Ea.'ih member present took
an active part. At the close of the
service the hostess served dellci
The Sunshine Band of the First
Baptist church met Sunday after
noon with its co-leader, Mrs. Lil
ly Myers. After the devotional. Bi
ble stories were told. Mrs. Bessie
Denny took the children on a hike.
Mrs. Denny and Mrs. Idly Myers
The pastor and official board
of the First Baptist church wish
to thank all who helped to make
their rally Sunday evening a suc
cess. Both members and friends
were very helpful.
Sunday school at First Baptist
church Sunday morning at 9:45.
The service at the First Bap
tist church Sunday was conduct
ed by Rev. G. W. Todd, of Smith-
field. Rev. Todd’s morning sub
ject was "My Privilege”. A large
number were present and enjoyed
a very inspiring sermon. The serv
ice tor the evening was well at
tended and Rev. Todd preached a
beautiful sermon. While here.
Rev. Todd received news from
Hendersonville that his sister,
Mrs. Ida Crews, who had been ill
for some time, had died. Rev.
Todd left on the 8:30 bus for
Hendersonville. The members of
the F’irst Baptist church and his
many friends extend to him their
Mrs. Isabel Brown and Mrs.
Fannie Mae Watkins returned
Friday night from Philadelphia,
Pa., wrfere they attended the fun
eral of Mrs. Watkins’ grandmoth
er, Mrs. Mahaley Brown.
Pvt. Douglas W. Harris, Sr,
has completed a nine week basic
training course at Gulfport Field,
located at Gulfport, Miss. He
spent a 10-day furlough here with
his wife and son at the liome of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Harris. From here he went to
Daniel Field, August, Ga. Pvt.
Douglas Harris Is In the ground
crew division of the Army Air
Washington. — Aroused by
charges that farmers have been
compelled to sign np with the
triple A or risk losing their gas
rations and draft deferments, the
house wrote a ban on such prac-
,tices into the agricultural depart
ment appropriations bill.
On a vote of 93 to 85, It tenta
tively approved an amendment
denying salary payments to any
person who demands that a farm
er join the agriculture adjust
ment administration "as a condi
tion of draft determent or for the
granting of a priority certificate
for any rationed article or commo
Representative Tarver, Demo
crat, Georgia, pleaded to no avail
that the house refrain from adopt
ing such an amendment until a
committee could study the com
plaints. He urged the house not
to act On “the basis of two or
three letters and postcards".
Spain recently senTtwtTmlsSions
to Eire to buy thoroughbred
Make your dollars fighi.
The town boy just back from a
visit to a farm told his associates
about things he aaw. He told
this: “If you fellows ever go' to
a farm and you see a big cow off
to hereelf in a stall with bars so
she can't get out, and she has a
ring In her nose and she don’t
(have no faucets, you had better
keep away from her ’cause she is
Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr.,
the former Ethel DuPont, Is shown
telephoning in her'flew home at D1
Lido Island in Biscayne bay, Miami,
Fla., near a navy school which her
husband is ittending.
Having qualified as Administra
trix of the estate of Luemda Ray,
late of Wilkes county, N. C., this
is to notify all persons having
claims agiainst said estate to pre
sent them to the undersiCTed,
whose address is North WlHtes-
boro, N. C., duly v«^led, on or
ton, Democrat, North Carolina, of
the house ways and means com
mittee, introduced legislation to
increase the federal debt limit to
$260,000,000,000, the highest
such celling in United States his
tory. The limit now is $210,000,-
000,000—raised from $126,000,-
000. 000.000 last March.
President Roosevelt, in his bud
get message to Congress early in
the year, estimated the public debt
would reach $258,000,000,000 by
by June 30, 1945. Last Monday,
the debt was $184,000,000,000,
compared with $115,438,000,000
on the corresponding date last
year and $43,000,000,000 on July
boro, N. U., duly veraieu, on or
before the 8th day of March, 1946,
or this notice 'will be plead in bar
of their right to recover. All per
sons indebted to said estate will
please make immedate settlement
This 8th dw of March, 1944.
MRS. J. A. WOODS,
Administratrix of the estate of
Lucinda Ray, dec’d. 4-13-6tT
Ehigene 'lYlvette, Atty.
Having qualified as Administra
tor oi- the estate of Miy.
Parka, deceased, late, of Wilkes
county, North Carolina, this U to
notify all persons having claims
against the estate of said deceased
to exhibit them to the nndenigii-^
at Roart^ Riw, North CarouL
on or before the 16th day
ruary, 1946, or tWs noHce wffl ^
pleadM in ■
bar of their i«»Tery.
All persona indebted to aald ee-
Ute wm j^ease make immedfate
In an anteal tor
paper as a raw material tpp Vefr
production, Rear jA4mlral Bzrty
L. Bripser, Inapeetor.^f Naval ntt-
terial, declare that failure to
save waate paper can delay the re
turn of troops from tho war. 'm-
AdmltaJ Brlneer ’sa^d: “There
la absolutely no exaggeration in
the statement that waste ^per
may be as deciding an Intlnenoa lii
the warts outcome as the moblU-
zation of' the fleet of pleasure
craft that saved the British Army
thousands of NaVy uses
of waste paper is the apparently
unimportant but necessary eos-
talners which protects the shell
in transit, from the finisher’s
bench to the gun breech. Card-
hoard containers are absolutely
necessary In transporting twenty
and forty-millimeter ammunition
tracers and projectors which have
to he manufactured to extremely
close tolerances. Shipping re
quires that each of these shells,
and there are millions shipped
monthly, must he protected so
that they can not chip or mar one
another ... If marred, the pro
jectile would jiot reach the target
due to irregularities in flight.
“Your cooperation in the saving
of waste paper will result in de
livery of vital material, thereby
Insuring an early victory. Per
haps delay In turning in that
waste paper pile may delay the
return of your son from this war'.’’
Doughton Bill Asks
Rise In Debt Limit
Pope Won’t Leave
Rome, Scribe Says
New York—Pope Plus XII, who
defied the red guards of Munich
in 1919, will remain in Rome, re
gardless of any throats of Adolf
Hitler. That is the considered view
of Thomas B. Morgan, noted Vati
can correspondent for 18 years. In
his latest book, “The Listening
Post”, published recently.
Morgan describes the pontiff as
being endowed with unusual traits
of physical courage. He recalls
how the pope, as Papal Nuncio,
held at bay the red guards who
had threatened to occupy the
Munich papal lef.atlon
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