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. I : ;.h, N.' C. May 2?th., 3
- Trp action t ' vl ?
t ia sicnirsr f
'. to tf:e Home D. f I
i .1 M--.ion Act, Whiih 5
t..e l poratiou to am ; t n v i
"wIuUhm, from 'JuUn II. 1
Ci.u.rniun of the Gorpoi-on 1 ,"
i a statement et Wt ' !
v,Mi.h was transmi'.UJ to all 1 lueligi We If his general record la
Lianch offices of tie Corpo. atlon I unsatisfactory, particularly ... if he
in which he empha- .'ss that new has deliberately-defaulted on his
explications - would be accepted . existing indebtedness and has a re
from home ownerswho are clear! v ! cord of not paying his bills he is
in distress and are threatened with I able to do so. - ':''
loss of their home throue-h foreclo-1 "3.- To redeeom the home from
sure. , , ; - -
" Action of the President in sign-,
ing the bill followed closely on -the
- adoption this week of the ''report
of the Conference. Committee . ol
'the House and Senate, which., was
v adopted by Use House May 20th
and was then sent to the Senate
where Is was acted Upon prior to
y being 'dispatched - to the - White
House for . President Roosevelt's
... signature. The amendment will al
, - low applications to be 'accepted
, " from home owners who are in 4sl-
. - tress, for a period of- thirty days. j
' 1 1 . . s cf e-tviitg lenders from ested in poultry, in 1CI7. f '
, i"-i!"j f f eir own past mis- information, he ' ylii'tai 1'""-
? i i !f f l.ii.g excessive loans, or poultrymen of Burke and ex,
, ......Kg to persons not entitled ing counties and consul J t i
utc'diL . , : i local larm ajei't. men ae siai-i. j
. . . .. .. his first-vear with a flock of 175
;;y '.. z. xne past record or ine appu-1 . . T - . . ,:
. - i.,.i r. .Rhode Island Red. -
that the quality of his birds must
be improved, so he kept only his
best for breeding purposes, and .
purchased, a number of purebred
males, He followed this procedure
for Several years. ; '
In 192S the eggs from hi ' flock
brought premium prices when sold
to a commercial hatchery in the
county. From -1928 to 1934 he
kept in his flock an- average' of
139 : birds. . which , produced every
year an average of 151.4 eggs each
During this period he spent amt.
of 2.33 a
feed costs each year amounted to
J1.65 per bird
He started the 1934-35 year with
277 high grade birds. During the
first six months of the. year his
forced sale or voluntary surrender,
such sale or surrender- must, have
taken place since January 1, 1930.
"4.. The applicant must be In act
ual distress with his mortgage in
debtedness and threatened with the
loss of his home by foreclosure.
Applicants! who have no present or
prospective income tf any charac
ter, and clearly could not meet the
indebtedness,: are ineligible . unless
their notes are also signed by re
sponsible parties. --., "
, "5. The property must.be used by
the owner as his home of held by
- Along "about this
year preceding Stater
ies,' candidates for the
-egln to visit Washing-
' eruin how Okay stand
! ya from the home-State
i roved their vote-getting
tar, not a single one has
acouraged. ,The i lads
- Congress must be good
and must be better to
, .TJhey know better than
ice-seekers the imorea-
,ldf Congressman, is hot
,It's the old army game
and skill- but it , still
s" 1 ' ' ' - ' -
i 'lN5 North Carolina
bly. , Over in the revenue . depart
ment places - on the- augmented
State , Highway Patrol are being
migbtly sought .alter as are poai
tions in the new department of
Highway Safety. . With the -. great
number of ' appUcanta administra
Uve heads have. a, wide choice of
personnel but they are almost cer
tain -to disappoint or offend: many
politicians. , ' - - - - - , ' ,. ' , ,
WINE AND SONG I Attorney
General A. A,' P. Seawell ban ruled
oi i ;
oi "'. "
in the i
hand a c
that , under the-domestic wine bill
passed by the late Legislature wine
of natural alcoholic content may be
manufactured and sold in this
State but -' that .nn Crimea mav -'ha
. '""ies are .gomg after imported containing s more alcohol
f. bill, now In the Unit- than; lptrai Unrtnr tha fnrmtr law
i jSenate. out In the open.. That bothers" many wine"manufac
. e companies are (running 1 turers located in other States but
nts in the SUte news- buying their grapes in North Care
fg the public their side Una,' However,' the boys and girls
Privately some, power 'who drink- naturally- fermented
' Press the opinion; .that' wine of about 14 per cent alcohol
much of the undesirable will not know much difference a
ure to put unprecedent-
local business in the or imported,-it is all calculated to
Uie Federal Power Com produce song. :
xwvvyuuiiu vU - IK;.. m -.
Building: In r
Several People' Are
: Mr, W. M. Brinson has nist com.
pieieu a new Home
to begin at c i of a
house on Lime ;el
and bis" recent 1 nils;, a
their, home In Ke.
The new brick vt. r i'.'-iJay
School unit at the locul I'AUo.; , i
church Is unrinr nrflv n,I nnf Ipal.tu
on South Main r,m- j- . .
street which will be occupied by week - - '
Mrr-P. D. May and familv. Mr I -
?upllnurtyaaS18tant agent fr! Top-dress the com when abmt
VRev. Tom. L is remodehn. th. S.lf;
i.v!dTht0ne iad and wi" PPUcatlon of quick-acting nitro
have a modernhome there and this gen u, recommended. "
Will b occupied by the new Coun- - - 1
ty Superintendent of schools.
O. p.. Johnson and family.
"If you" want wild flowers In the
CUfton Brinson is making plans Graeber. --
1 1 1
tress, for a period of thirty daya rr" "JT u,; . " I " . '
The Corporation suspended -yuffi if mtt hvT beThiThomTpn
. .ance of new applications last Nqv- T ' 10 " ' v.re&nzea
june ijidjo, . --. .-v' 1 above f i
reporte l vhat their-xnail has been. f a prison camp lsa pot-bellied f
niiea-Wiui protests against the po- feHow who would Uke to have the
wer cor.U'OLhm. privilege of flogging all his proson-
ers every day Just for the fun of
,.Ton. tizzJ. C:a ame ti proioctlorc C.af
v: y xyJ raca drivers demand - ;
KELLY PETItLO; ON MAY 30, WON THE
500-MILE Indianapolis Race on Firestone
Tires, breaking -the track record and driving:
the entire distance at a rate of 106.240 miles
jrear ui t iceuuig mco Hiwieu oecjoe against the Rav-: BTrt .tor r.frvt .w tivt
average return above .burn V I. Be that as it may, Tar make th mutak. f , ,h,...I U
Heel n . . .ers .of Congress, have with th iha. . ....i-.- 1 PCI 1IUU1 ;
record Is an astoaadJng: demonttratlon of tire efficiency.'.
.To go 500 miles in lets than five, boon on this rough and bumpy
26-yeexHtld a brick : track demonatratee the ' etrength and blowout'
proiecuon tuai iretane bnUds into their , Gam-Dipped Tiret.
' ember when the funds then In hand
- appeared to be only sufficient
handle applications already on file,
averaged ft eggs sachwuHe
, - - v or sits a mro,
,MA MAf MiAAillni. AAA mJ. 1 .1 ,J W .; '....
IN TI".J MAKING It now an- the thing.
pears C.i Wrightsville Beach near appointed
'V may he given a new parole commissioner. .Edwin -; it.
, a (lease on I e by tha building of a Gill, reports that he finds camp
r v. onuge iw uuana ana construct- neaas surprisingly intelligent men,
P. . D. McLean, newlv-
assistant to the State i
hir 'frit nnMunliu4 ' XT M.-t ... t Mat. nwins ti Kitllf A jfilnlA .inr & rOk.T. On thA afltliul liHa ha. Wlthi raal inttaat tn
Zitrv. or. Von .be made for an amount exceeding brooder house and a brick brooder yondthe ctater of public attracUon. loU of work to do. Superintendents
granting new runas, it is estimated ! ,14 000 cent of y,, aaylng that this Is safest and most New Hanover county commission- must-know how to farm, must be
Will care for all those, throughout -.,. JL.,.., .kU ' era hava niilfed tha Rtalo Hio-h,,,.., ahi tn ...
uw uuua wq.reyi ganger -viav.,, f. rt...-... ,, - .itm. i, am Kahv and Public Works CnmmliuiAn n thine- nf iiunino D.M,t.
I. . v hi V..V " '. I ...w mm .. i 1 n nuvn
7. Ordinary farm property Is chicks and during the; 'first atx Pnd the. money to be allocated how to handle bad men and able
rr-Tv."" ,r. !"b'v': .-T. Ordinary farm property
andnder thetern1.of the Law. ; j. i", mL, T . - ' .i
- .Mr. Faheyg stotement, outtlnlng . farm occupation. . . . , . ..
' the eligibility tosts, and explaining - .-g. No applicant will be 'granted '" Brief NCWS IteiHS
-rr ... B..- a , iuuu u sucn : rennancms' is in
AB JENKINS ALSO RECENTLY DEMONSTRATED THE
stamina, efficiency, and blowout protection built into Firestone Cum-!
Dipped, Tires. He drove his 5000 pound ear over the hot sslt beds at
, Lake Bonneville Utah, 3000 miles ia 23 M hours. This was an averag
speed of 127.2 miles per hour, and althougk temperatures were as
high as 120 he fcad no blowouts or tire trouble of any kind.
These jrecords are made possible by special construction feature
built into Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires. - '
TaksT no chances protect your life and the Uves'ef others by
letting us equip your ear with. Firestone Tires. ..." -
lor general road purposes m their to work a corps of guards. For
county oh 'the Wrightsville Beach these services which continue al
proJect.. v Since j resort business most 24 hours dally, they receive
means so much to this pounty by the princely sum of from $65 to
the sea,. It' Is not improbable that $100 per month.
you wm ee a- doesn't mind it
ernacceptance of new applications ' tended only to protect a bank loan' t n'iarm'M L ira. . omniaaon may grant the re
us a iouows:.. , . , . . j OP other bueinesa obligaUon, - .T ' Z1 V,ZZ'J n 'lue8t- went
me same tests of eligibility of
'HOLD applicants which have ap
plied In the past will in genera)
continue: in' full force under this.
' new- legislation. :The Corporation
intends to make every effort to as
sist home owners who are in gen
uine financial difficulty," but it will
be forced to reject eevry applica
Vi which hi not clearly eligible..
. nome owner should apply for
a 1 until h Vh i
aPPcaUon WUI be ",nft T.l A Httor of ten Spotted Poland T. ttto timeUeotenanfr schools, good hospital, for, the In?
. ouuuincrporauonsre- llf- '-,7-7 rT. China pigs- sreighlng 51 Potmd!"r,wA:iranam and Clyde sane and deformed and decent pay
t actions. ! He should realize that . Puitry flock. - 'w,uiin.ra.nlM,.M m ,JR Hoey.'ol rihelBV. ordtheVln-Uw for sohool ta.hr. m ,-T
i.ic rcjcuiiuu vi an ineiieiDie arDii- ,. i... ..... . , tvii.nn k oi
"9. The Corporation will not re- E!2L.TL1 bl torive your car right up to Ehrlnehaus isn't worrvina- m.,.h
ance thaHome of an owner who ta a t, I "J fhtsvUle something about all the talk over applying the
. w-curry m present njor claaa, say one observing agri- for-T - "7 uc- mree per cent general sales tax to
loan- fVt-v- - -. . cultural worker. . -"V, V - 1 , ,1 -'i5- mea,s Berved 111 eating estoblish-
' z ' J '. " - f . , , t i'.g .) i - -' ' o ments. He remembers that his pre-
'j n " ii ' " T " I Farmers of ' Burke County re- - usu-lAX?- As things are now decessor was ','cuased" for running
Aged rOUltryjnan IS' cenUy made application to register "napping up it appears the Ehring- the State "in the red" and believ-
IJtnintr IVntlriToSodf 20 Pura nrea uuernsey cattle to """-"r-""" iuir w puuuu win come to apre-
. continue the remarkable progress
i'ijr: . 1 . iu .veveiuinvB. uus mwu w wury
X I Honk. 78 year old Burke Cou- 0WU9 m "Wyi ;
in ine coming guDernatortal prim- elate that a balanced budget is
ary. .In 933" charges Were-hurledjnore to be desired than the ap
tttat theiC' dnef forces 'favored clause accomnanvw Haman-nirin
BhringbftHfi ' Vver" Ms 'opponent Rr.-toliUcal nieeches. W Jhlnka mlnri
T. Fountali "TUb time Lieutenant- schools. 'rood hoanitjiJa nn th. In?
a rejection or an ineiiglDle appli- Arv..ni-. ki. 1 r.,. i. Wllann nf Tmnavluanla riniintu tW
r ... . v-"',jnore enthusiastic- about poultry iuu foove.eea costs. Af
dwault on exlsUng debU, Is Miel,ttwlllMIW vounireP tlrVr' .- . n . V . -
annnlvina farm . raVilaa
veienm . larroer gc,t mter- wiw in tasty aiin
2 :."r . "ome he ted & P. Parish: extension DOuUr-' - Strawberry "patches"
rJ,r:y:.Deeaiwe w n- yman at State -Collee-e. after , a 'arms havo brought to a
:"""8"" w present. mortga-. recent yj to th, Honk farm. , omo to.the owner this
Bj w carry me loan lOUOWinal - , tadHIMnn tn
"Largely as A result V more
- ; than 2 1-2 billion dollars, in bonds
already disbursed to them' by - the
. Home Owners' Loan-Corporation,
. - lending Institutions -are m a far
. . stronger position today than they
. '. were a year ago,. - They are well a--:
ble to recast and carry reasonably
suuuu hiui nge wuna, instead -of
coercing, or even encouraging such
s . ; borrowers to make applications to
this Ctorporatioiu'The testa of ell
giblllty are as follows - - '-'
"1. The applicant must have, been
ln Involuntary default on his home
-. loanon June 13, 1935, and unable
' to carry ,or refund his present mor
tgage, unlesA it can be shown to
vth Corporation's satisfaction that
'w a default oceuring later than, June '
13, 1933,'Was the result of tinem
r ployment or other misfortune be
5 ' yond the applicant's control. - The
? Corporation was created to protect
a honest home owners who- are in
temporary difficulty, and not fori'
; Tobacco Flues That Fit
..' A '
i -V . . -v..- .V'-;-'.. - C
W. H. Jones & Company
Pink Hill,:F Ci :
Faison 4-3 Sunday
former Governor Gardner, are the present ODooaition to Axnanainn
oonstderid the chief contenders for of the sales tax. r
the red leather: chair and tha Man. I -
Won W Blount Street In Raleigh. Wara Dpfpflt
pi so fatvtaere hae een no, Indl- IveiedlS
oatlon that the present Governor
doslrag to play favofiUes.; tn fact.
afferent key men in the Earing- "
haus ? organizaUon- are;- favoring ' Faison, . June 0 Warsaw came
first one and then the other of the back to town Sunday, after two
iwu uig-snoc cumulates. . - i unsuccessful invasions two preced-
" XvL. 9 ' lnS Sundays ,to take the locals in
tlve living aMng former countv dirt
mull t.a. ow: ii .:..:t ' r v-- r - '
-w-, Bn, fwa huvkuuiuuu. ana at times it was anybody con-
wywR jnoy.. -asoime tM of test However Pridgent a Warsaw
IX OenU (DO, the gallon. TheV Were 'rio-hthnnrW ranalvaH hsHsr ann.
tha promise" that as port from his mates than Arms-oon-a;
tharimary- State road trong, who did the twirling for. the
mutpfvimi ui tutus a- locals.
&W:tt&JWjUn!lmiM'l Prinm ninn't allnn, Fo)n
be.'Aibut f In Dasa.bln - aiuwathoK , .". . ... . .... .-i.....
-v-a it -r- . nil uniu we lourw. wueu vauuiar
f010". Walton slashed out a Texas Lea-
thir hT ii tf T MP , ..T"2" ge for three bases.. Hatcher, run
that the alto-system la finished witn with two mm out
Bafora you buy new tirei atk youn)ii lhs Ihrtt qucineiif
1 "Will Uie tread give me the k Answer No. 1 Vnirenity
"Are they built to five me the
greatest blowout protection?'?
'"Without iscrificint af two
imporiant safety features will
key give me longer mileage,
thus Melting them th moit
cenomicel tiret I Mh buy rf
snow r Ires tone line stop your
- ear 15 quicker than best tires.
Answer No. t Vnequaled per
formance records prove that Cum
Dippijg gives the greatest blowout
Answer No. 3 Car owners
report unequaled mileage records
of the longer wear and greater
economy of Firestone tires.
al Uuivenitv toati
five greater blowout
Bas protection. bvm-Dlppln
It not ossd In other Hres .
: A Wider, Halter tread
eX gives ssere than 50
Jbf longer eon-skid wear
an1: fkn .ediMafai ek.a
HZJZZrZ-Ett!?X was automatically out when he at-
-VI ""rvf T"B tempted to come home and was hit
rtrted to various and .... a v-n , a .i.
.undry pur eT Some of thaWlSLS ZLwr;
:::z : 'ziir:nTr? uuuurcarron,third uP,
6 a. fuvuvij i r away irom , A fi-at - ilnej
your rw iVbe embarrassed In1
10 DKUVERIES IN ;ia DAYS
Let U Give You A Demonstration-
i t . .-? v,.: r :;::
, . -
Autlicrized FORD Dealers ,
no::: hill, n. c,
A Oooi glc" u of I" TC'J.-I ni 7 'TC"Sr Priced r
lowed only one bit for five Innings.
and "two1 out In
out a' trlple. - :..He
""".mate swung .three, missed three.
ny.-vr - I for the final out in that imiing.
LTER INDED (-',TBa4 Eure.l Faison scored first In the fifth
principal li?rk Of 'several" anaatnna nrhan Waltnn anil Amutmnr miiu
of the 'Mouf of 'Representatives, through with hits and then McCol
now. aay there to no doubt that be man came through with a tremen
wIU oppose. Stacey?tV.,Wado:; for 'dons slash hi deep left to puah In
Secretary of State In the Democra- two markers while his hit went
tie Primary "next spring. Mr. Eure for a triple. Another run was add
adds that he M confident of sue-led in the seventh for. their final
cesa,but flejrtary , Wade believes score, ' Warsaw scored three runs
he will have something to do With in the seventh to knot the count
the .matter,- Eure Is back touring J when Carroll rode a high Into deep
the State as escheats officer of the 'center which apparently : Warren
University of North Carolina and misjudged and cleared the sacks
reports thaUie finds his campaign 'for the Only homer of the game to
r-BmiiiB2vea oener than he score two runners ahead of ;hlm.
newspaper correspondent,' Is
reported to be nibbling at the idea
of entering tha lists with Eure and
Wade for -tie, post "of J Secret
of State. Dunagan to one of the ve
teran capitoau-newsmen- and -aa a
Stato correspondent has " haonma
known over .the State. He has ''co
vred" several sessions of the Ren
al AaaemDiy and can call by first
names most of, the boys who do
things In North Carolina politics.
vIth all that in his favor, however,
iUe ear-to-the-ground boys . shake
their heads a-d opine thev beliova
I Tr, Dunagant will change his mind
out entering politics and. stick
t ) his scribbling. .....
" -"0 - -('
" 1 T BAG Several ate de
r. 1 in 's are I ' - '""-Pd
Their winning run came late ia the
game. y - -
. Armstrong, although loosing his
first game of the year whiffed 17,
walked 1 and allowed- only six hits.
Prldgejn gave nine hits walked four
and bad six strikeouts to his cred
it, t ' tr.,"" , " ,
When You Need a Laxative
Because of the refreshing relief it
baa brought , them, thousands of men
and women, who could afford much
more expensive laxatives, use Black
Draught when needed. - It ia very
economical, purely vegetable, highly
effective, -v , Mr. J. Lester Roberaon,
well known hardware dealer at Mai
ttntnil. Vs., writ: ewtalnlr can
recommend Black-Draught as a --Inli4
trn . I bav takan It far eon UM
s4 d!l fMllnim mt ' ., au haS
1- 4 II WI SKVlMHSlinr.' A., .'.i.i.-..'.'
t r - - m i I
it ..iii,4.v;UII I .
HIGH SPEED TYPE
Wa wtlect fn
raw materials the haat and biahaat
arada rubber and eattoa far tbaHiakt
gnaad Tlra. In our factary wa salnl the
and aklllad tlra
makera ta build
thia tira. It la
ana we Know I
ae K II ihu
Otttr Sixtl PnfrUuuttlt Ltw
Volume -Direct Purchasing -Straight Line Menufeclurinf end
cmcicni ana Economical System of Disiribulina
to our O0 Stores end to 10,000 DeeUrs, enebles
Fireilona to give you greater values el lowest prices
; -1 1 I, 1 I , I
rtcMT ta any wo
tradei, budw or
r card lea of
by whom man
wfaatiirad. - r
81 ZE I PRICK
' Equal or
nor to any apa
eial brand, tlra
out the manu
equal or aupe
rior .to any tira
mid. in tbia
Sold aa low aa
tlraa made to
eU at a prioa.
AUTO SUPPLIES AT BIG SAVINGS
We save fosi money on every auto supply need for your
;yeatre BATTERIES SPARK PLBG$
IEAKPR00F TUBES 3.'
Sealed against , P aW.,, O ',tlont'r
air leakage to ft , Hj CL,tf'
4.5e-21 ai.4S Vk1:,A1w J - I f '
-7-Jli f , .r-asr . ' tJl- -WjnS.t,
Mstan a tna I'oica o f Inutona aaturlns RUhmrd Ooaai, CiaaV
5warshlt, JValaow Kddy, or Marsarat iipkt anary Monday lUgM aaar N. M. C
Strickland Sales and Service Co.