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The enterprise. volume (Williamston, N.C.) 1899-201?, May 21, 1940, Page 2, Image 2

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The Enterprise Published Every Tuesday and Friday by the ENTERPRISE PUBLISHING CO. WILI JAMS TON. NORTH CAROLINA. W. C. MANNING Editor ? 19M- I S3* . SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Strictly Cash in Advance) IN MARTIN COUNTY One year $1.75 Si* months 1 00 OUTSIDE MARTIN COUNTY One year $2 25 Six months 1.25 No Subscription Received Under 6 Months Advertising Rate Card Furnished Upon Request Entered at the post office in Williamston, N C., as second-class matter under the act of Con gress of March 3. 1879. Address all communications to The Enterprise and not individual members of the firm. Tuesday. May 21. I '> 10. II /mx llcinu Siibxitlizetl? The United States is launching one of the greatest defense programs m its history, creat ing a series of new problems that may bend the economic system and weaken the social structure. It is generally agreed that defense appropria tions should be increased, tliat the proposed ap propriations should be doubled or increased sev eral told However, in advancing such a pro gram the leaders of this nation should step in and elit linaU1 the excessive profit The leaders -wtll-tio-welt- l eiiieinbet tie- role pliiyed by agriculture 1:1 helping to feed the teeming mil lions thrimch-depression II industry shares the losses in' its field 111 proportion to the losses shared by agriculture m' feeding the millions, then we ran < xpeet an extensive armament ? - ; Vi 01.'" i no 1 ? * re 1. I.u! tu bi expected to .0111 the nation at a loss. Anu tie,thei is agriculture expected by any reasonable man to feed and continue to feed the nation at a loss. Hut what it has done Ibis past dccade.-There"hre those who call farm parity payim nts the . farm grab,, charging that , farmers an being sub luted bv the nation. Ac cording to reliable information every pinch of bread plan <1 the n.i.iiili, ,?< t.iiv p?npl? n"v produced by a farmer who lost money on it. Since 11)110. American farmers have failed by twenty billion dollars to obtain parity for their products Each year for the past decade, the far- j mcrs of this nation have subsidized the consum- i crs by a cool two billion dollars. As Senator Lee of Oklahoma points out, tin- $2111.000,000 extend- t cd this year in the farm of parity payments is [ na iely a put payment on the farmers' com pulsory contribution to the consumers of this nation. It would s<-em-thnt th" great dirtnhnting agencies with their outlets dotting the earth from coast to coast have played a part in rob bing the producer to extend a "saving" to the consumer. ? " ?? ~ . Is there going to be an agency to figure 111 the armament program'.' Will America get a dollar's worth of protection for a dollar? Or is she going to pa> tribute to the manipulators? It will do well to remember that agriculture has playeti its pari 111 li ednm the hunerv and indusliy has ho right to excessive profits in pro tecting the people. But even the farmer who has subsidized the consumer does not expect industry to bear the burden he has, bu.t he does expect a lot of defense for his dollar. Cumcientiou* Objector*? A In 1914, Germany had its sympathizers in this country 111 large numbers. Today the num ber of sympathizers is unusually small The present-day objectors refer to the faults of the Allies,-and upon those faults they base their objections. Their objections have a standing only in a democratic country like ours, and must be tolerated just as long as we practice democracy, we must remember. But, in sympathizing with. Germany, the self-expressed sympathizes ?mh cause apparently overlook the faults of Hit ler and the savage role he and his hordes are playing against humanity. Whatever cause he may have to attack England or France, Hitler has no right to attack and overrun the peace ful countries that have been victimized by cruel warfare, shorn of all mercy and advanced in utter disregard for international law and de cency. Hitler's methods of applying the supreme push in disregard of human life and property are suf ficient to turn the minds, souls and stomachs of civilized people against him And if we have any sympathy for suffering humanity and care an\ thing about Christian principles and liber -tyrwe, as a nation, will not stand idly by while the mad man and his hordes slay millions and lay waste property that generations cannot re build. Reports from over the nation show a greater contempt for Hitler and his German hordes than has been expressed in all history And in due tune, while possibly a bit late, that contempt will be expressed in deed. The conscientious object or will aid democracy and save himself by with drawing to his individual shell during the criti cal crisis now threatening the world and all that is decent in it. Harked ffv Their i hnence Religious leaders, pointing out that the youth of the land is not found in the church these days ask where they are. As the course of the youth turns from the church it is steering tow ard the courts and disgrace. The modern youth has reached the point where he cares little about his appearance in court. Only once in a while he will express regret because of the feelings for an up-right, law-abiding and God-fearing mother or father. Too often, he merely casts a contemptible smile from the corner of his mouth and tells the world how smart he is in flouting the law and helping, to drag down so ciety. The church may be a bit old-fashioned in its practices and beliefs, but the institution offered peace and happiness and held intact the founda tion upon which succeeding generations wery to build an heritage. But youth is marked by its absence upon the religious service. It is run ning wild, flouting the laws of the land, lower "g. the t.nul.p lis uf dm'lll't, and Kbeftlhg coin- " pany with the seasoned criminal at the bar of justice One Hitler tinned his back on religion, and the world is measuring that error with the blood of millions of men. women and children today. What will Be the price now that youth is turn ing its back on the humble teachings of the Jow ly Nazarene? I iirninfi To Tin? H ord The American Bible Society is holding its 1124th annual meeting today in New York City. From a study of its annually increasing circu lation of the Scriptures one would deduce that people are more and more turning to.the Bible, this book which speaks in so many languages and penetrates the farthercst corners of the i artlv. Many a man who never read the Book be fore is beginning to hear in its unchanging ac u iil.s what at last he finds to be the positive an swer to his own and the world's despair. The American Bible Society has faced this man before from the start it has faced him. The man without the Book has symbolized the appaling need that brought the Society into be ing one hundred and twenty-four years ago. His plight it was that established the Society's first Foreign Agency in 1936 and the work for the blind a year earlier. It is his wondering, half dii.tiu.itful look tliut keeps tiaiislulurs' and ro visers' lamps burning far into the night, and the feet of the messengers of peace trudging over the highways and byways of forty countries to bring the glad tidings of One who saves un to the uttermost. The man without the Book?there are hun dreds of millions who have never even heard of the Book. But where the man without the Book has heard of it, his one-time scorn is not so evi dent today;, his indifference is giving way to the spirit of inquiry and his troubled soul is a bit more disposed to wonder if here, after all, in this book he may have spurned before, is not the answer to the deepest questions he has ever asked himself.?Selected. 1 have a boy, and 1 want him to know We reap in life just about as we sow. And we get what we earn, 1>0 it little or great, Regardless of luck and regardless of Fate.?Ex CONTEST WINNER MrWilber Woolard || Mr. WIl.Bt'R WOOI.ARD, local representative of the Life and Casualty Insurance Company of Tennessee, was notified by his company that liis record for the past year made him a winner in the company's contest and as a reward he will attend, at his company's expense, a three-day convention which the life and Casualty Insurance Company will hold in Havana. Cuba, be ginning May 21. It is a decided honor to have bean a winner in the eon test since included In the competition were the company's l.Ml repre sentatives throughout thr twelve southern states. In comment ing on Mr. Woolard's splendid record, his home office point ed out that his exceptional record was no doubt contributed to by the splendid cooperation of present policyholders of the Jife and Casualty Insurance Company whose satisfactory and pleasant relationship with the loeal office prompted them in materially aiding In Ma production during the put year. Mr. Woolard left here last Thursday to Join the other winners in Tampa. Fit, from which point the entire group will sail for Havana. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Having this day qualified ai ad ministrator of the eatate of George H Mizell, Sr . deceased, late of Mar tin County, this is to notify all per se s having eteans against said estate to present same to the undersigned within twelve (121 months from the, date of this notice, or this notice will\ be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to said estate w ill please make immediate pay ment. . This the sixth day of May, 1940. R L MIZELL. Administrator of the estate of m7-6t George H Mizell, Sr. CAHDI DATES' CARDS a FOR COt NTY BOARD OF KDLCATION 1 hereby announce my candidacy (or the Martin County Board of Ed ucation subject to the Democratic Primary on May 25 I pledge my best efforts and cooperation toward the continued improvement of Martin County Schools. mll-tf LESLIE J. HARDISON FOR MKMBKR MARTIN COUNTY BOARD OF FDL'CATION Subject to the wishes of the Dem ocratic voters in the May 25 primary I hereby announce my candidacy for member of the Martin County Board <>f Education. If nominated and ap pointed I pledge my best efforts in the advancement of the schools throughout the county. J LIN WOOD KNOWLES Hardens, April 15, 1940. al6-2t for commissionf;r At the request of my friends and after giving the matter due consider ation I hereby announce my candi dacy for Martin County Commission er from the Jamesvillc-Williams dis trat subject to the Democratic pri niary on May 25 a5-tf JOSHUA L. COLTRAIN. CHECKS MALARIA in 7 days and relieves| <: o l D s symptoms first day Try "Rub-My-Tism"? a Wonderful Liniment 666 FOR COMMISSIONER Subject to the wishes of the peo ple as expressed in the May 23 Dem ocratic primary, I hereby announce my candidacy for County Commis sioner for the Williamston-Poplar Point district. The support of the voters will be appreciated. JOHN E POPE. Williamston, April 2. 1940. FOR COMMISSIONER Subject to the will of the people as expressed in the May 25 primary of the Democratic Party, I offer my candidacy lor Commissioner of Mar tin County for the Robersonville Cross Roads district. The support of the voters will be appreciated. C ABRAM ROBERSON, Robersonvillc, April 2, 1940. FOR COUNTY TREASURER As a candidate for treasurer of Martin County, I earnestly appeal to the Democratic voters for their support in the primary on May 25. I In return I promise my best services in handling the duties of the office. H. M. BURRAS I Williamston. a!9-ef?h FOR TREASURER Subject to the wishes of the Dem ocratic voters in the May 23th pn mary, I hereby announce my can didacy for Treasurer of Martin Coun ty. All support accorded my candi dacy will be very much appreciated. m22-tf BEN COURTNEY. FOR COMMISSIONER I hereby announce my candidacy for Martin County Commissioner for the Jamesville-Williams district sub ject to the wishes of the voters in the Democratic primary on May 25. Any and all support accorded my candidacy will be appreciated. C. C FLEMING. Jamosville, April 2, 1940. FOR TREASURER I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of treasurer of Martin County subject to the wishes of the voters in the Democratic primary on May 25. Every vote cast for me will be greatly appreciated. m22-tf DICK SMITH. FOR COMMISSIONER I hereby announce my candidacy (or Martin County Commissioner from the Williamston-Poplar Point district, subject to the wishes of the Democratic voters in the regular pri mary to be held or. Saturday, May 25. If nominated and elected I pledge my best efforts in handling the du ties of the office. C. D. CARSTARPHEN, Williamston, April 12, 1940. a!2-tf FOR COUNTY TREASURER I hereby announce my candidacy for Treasurer at lfartin County, sub ject to the Democratic Primary on May 25 WARREN H. BIGGS. NOTICE OF CANDIDACY I hereby announce as a candidate for the office of Treasurer of Mar tin County, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, May 25th. Your support will be appreciated. m22-tf JOHN R. PEEL John R. Peel CANDIDATE FOR TREASURER OF MARTIN COUNTY I Will Sincerely Appreciate Yum Vole And Support rrYou Bet We*re Happy... We have a monthly income from DacTt Security Registered Policy that tvill take care of us always." 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