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1U fallowing is i-i t t t t' e . '
s - - "t tL-; week Len Le s i t'-.e f
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"Today as I sign tie 1 ,
1 goes back five years to tie j ia I -:d
to the Congress the pas'-v-eoH V s
jcue farmers from tie intolurulle i
lime I reoonincd frankly we were t '
..' Eat events have sLowa tl.U ia r-
and in detorjaiinirg to face tie pri
-.tit issued by PcUori
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La ar.i r f-t it dir. v' i
i a farm program wkich could be iinp.ved as circLniitanccs re-jf- . . L
.ed. we chose wisely. Creat prcss has been maue- Since U, -, . ..k y . 3 :
floral adjustment act of 1C33 went into e-cct. 7".
"Ci-adaalZy, tirora taese years, iae uhuu t"" x . . r t
. farm policy have become clear. ' By experience we tave 1:. , ; i j
Latmustbedoaetaassaretoacaltureafairslvecf eai- - . 1 f j.
i natioaal income, to provide coasamers wi.a auLn. ..m ; . ea e
of food and fiber, to stop waste of soil, aad to rr e V e j t 1 f ,
LFe Sii:- liscs and disastrous s'.--l.:c- T-3 i.-'ii j i " i , -4
that we mast have greater reserves of iood ana ieea w use uj T
. Z . ,i ... j 1. iw.i Ant PvfivmA nm anil OWES ::
M damaging weauier turn w juch. - - - . ,, , uac,
cf price. We are agreed that the real aad lasting progress of U-j Jihr,
pople of farm aad city alike will come, noi worn u r Trnm was tLoror;Iy
rffi of dat and scarcity, Hot from the succession of, boom and, !,1Jhfa ratraE,
c-.llapse. but &om the steady aad sustaiaed increases in proaucuon g . A SOfU Ua
nupav, uui ftivw " ,
- . . 1 . W Itnnian hAinfm flRML
si iair excaauKB vi o- - , .
1 ' 1 "A Sear ago, a national coaiercuuc i -o
ton advocated federal legislation: to serve these ends. During the
recess of the Congress, tommitteea were at work. - The task was com
plex and difficult. . In order that the coagress might have orpor
..taaiat, to complete legislation in time U meet JJV
bloms, .1 summonett ine specuu hcmuu -vv--, 1
the result - ' - " Jl.lJlx.JJJi.
V 1 ' A JIuwiMt 1a At IH.-tl TRTrTRaCilLB 1 IsUO WW ' x 11.. v ' jHr,. .l. .1 v
ning of oae more battle for an anderag m p.n:
wp e-; I. . ;-s " .e .sx
well's ne.J;s rjseivcd He r
for t.bt attciiilan'e cf r"-'-
Ir. L. vT. Cut', v, J 3 I. ' 1 1
Cutla-JV aad 3. 1 :o I . "r r j
a3Ss:'T tt?"8 ta 1 " -r 1 e eLiu.a-
ster i 'x ja C 0,
lis. lr 1 1 was X'fr
J. L. L
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t is not perfection, out . p,t.rr. T,,Tt rr. Trie
" A. . . . .vi. ,,j sinnpiv work of many " ,
V. is tlie constracuye piuuuii w w --- - - jserger cu.'. j Ji.u-V j -
m-a. I believe the overwhelmiag majonty of the people wiU -com- ,g tlie br--Prs r ;on ;:rs,
n..".nd m.uexi of coacresS and others who have devoted .themselves , f. ve a r. t rf
to tJ making of this Uw.' A we go ahead na oer .xae ne rjus
' icsulve to make it aa effective instrument to serve.the welfare - of
agriculture and all oar people. ' -f k . " , '
"It v lll be rat Ut operation as quickly as possible, and in
the meantime I ask that all those who ar. aoiag or .wm .
planting govern their operations in-.th light-of this -
'VhL the new act mates many important changes la ttej-
iitin clan for thebeaefit of agriculture, it is to be ted that, with
Se SoaLthe provision for "parit' -paymeatsthe : improved
'SJn SagricaltaJadjastment does not eatail any greater annaal
cost tkan the sam authomed anddr the preseat one, which w taowa
e soil conservation aad dome;tfc 1 fJtatmort act
. . : j. 4.u..:-j .net' anfl in n-rdpr to make suen
won.! increase xne present. uuiv v- -------
Jaimeai it would be necessary to provide additional menae. needed
to finance mem.
1 r By Eev, S. A. Cadle
icEOoscra companions in
, , f SERVICE "r,
Mark 3:1-19, 31-35 , (
'olden Text: "For whosoever
1 i do the will of God, the tame
f -y brother." Mark 3:55.
?nr lesson closed last Sunday
li the account of the Phari
1 enlisting the Eerodians , a--st
Christ tvat they might de
y Eim. k While they are hatch
their plots, Jesus withdraws
.lie beach with his disciples.
i is Eis first retreat before op
tion, and we should not fail to
e. that when te pressure of
:mies becan.6 extreme He
Hata t'-'e fishermen.
1 3r t- 7 would die for
t first tley ; mast learn'
a.-,f ' '. ' :
Top .riy of Jesus: Too
ted 1" tve leaders both
1 p 1 v .e, people come
1 ! r "jters. Trom
j f 1 idon,"from
a and Idumaea,
titade. Herej even those with
plagues 'pressed upon ' , Him , that
they might toach Him. Unclean
spirits fell down before Him and
cried, "Thou art the Son of God'
The fame of .this man was being
the Ec-.:1 n.ccrs in luaUja,
Several i t-'n '.'Mf readirs were
given ar 1 1"-s Eocb'-l Cftlaw p-
sented t e Ljioa Ltz'y i;x 1 8
the afternoon. Ac""'1 1 s-J
hoar was enjoyed wL..; iLs L. t-
ess served fruits and c r2ics. ILe
meeting closed with prayer, .to
meet wii XIrs. Ulrich in the parsonage,
Farmers report plenty tobacco
plants coming up. - ,
- ilr. and Mrs. L. B. Outlaw of
Seven Springs, visited Mr. ' and
Mrs. M. I. Outlaw, Sr., Sunday. ,
Mr. D. H. Outlaw aad Jennings
Price, of Mt. Olive, were brief
visitors here Sunday afternoon.
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a i..'!ite cor v
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the dlnii'3 r. 1 . 1
sbI-I c 1 t c
c i v c.e safvl tJ t
fivetrt' '7L '3.
nice and use, J Jts,
'.Profit from lanmbs aad wool
last season is causing an nnorease
in sheep growing among Zt-
2. The selection of twelve by Je-fpagtoje. , '.-nyf J
' til men
1 ey come
s 7 and!
. ' .'act-
n. "And he soetn no law me
mnnntAin. and calleth unto himl
whom he himself would." The call
is personal He knew what was
in man. He knew who would not
only give their lives in . service,
but also in ; death, Appointing
thesA twelve anostles himself HE
would be responsible for ' them.
They would be with Him, learn
from Him, preach lor mm, ana
some da die for Him. Prom learn
ers, or Disciples they became Am
bassadors, or Apostles.
. 3. The Kinship of Jesus: After
ehoosine'the twelve and Breach
ing the Sermon on the Mount, as
recorded ; oy oaiinew, jesus re
turned to Oanernaum. , As - He
ministered in the house at Caner-
naum He aescnDed nis unarea as
those who do the Will of God. Be-'
vmA a. dflnht lem became so ab
sorbed ii serving that he hardly
had time to eat or sleep. His re
latives at Nazareth heard of all
thU and 'came to get Him away,
thinking (He was out of His mind.
They found such a multitude a
rouad Jesus that they could r not
so much as enter had to send a
messenger and bid Him come out
that His mother, brothers and sis
ten miffht talk with Eim, "V.TiO
is my mother, or my :, brethren" j
asks Jesas. Those who do tae w. .
of God.. Thiak of this, basy farm-1
er, here Is an assurance of . t';e j
E.ivioar's brotherly kindness. re
y a doii"; the will cf Codt TIL ,
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ten :-:A 1 r 1 j
Lg h,t S(.v.:li I:." '-y. (
were pl?yed ia te y-ii.1,
which te t"'-'J3' fcicter,
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tn-m It awia nsn1 1
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