SAJTJRDAY, may 17th, 1941
TBE CABOUNA TIM^
Army Mediwl C«nt«r, dejji»wr«d)l’*«n®« i^nld improTe me
an infomativ«e ftddreea explain-itho^ of fe«dip «nd make full
ing the p*rt ot the '051^ Lady^«e «f pooltry equipment, he
Hnit, TTbo«e Mtmtie* w«r»
feature of the aoosa} B«d Crow “CareleelmeM In handling eggi
convention held in Waahington. jfor market loet 8 percent of the
A latge and impreeaive g«th«ring| United Statee’ egjf production in
witnened the presentation ofjl939»” Dearttyne declared. “Tibit
certificafcB by General Marietta, loss repreeenta 1?5 million doa-
•nd the prewntation of Pins by en eggs, with a cash value of a-
“j^iMr*. Henry B. Eae, fconorary j bout $30,500,000, Careful handl-
nf’ebairman of Gray Udiee of the,ing meuif more egge for food
The fam-Uppiies for this eountry and
of •MTV W)00 babiM bom ioivelo"* pre-* other demooraciee, and additional
106 died before the first birth-and upheld It. musi- ineome for poultry producers,
day. In 1930 the rate had been ftandar*. M«. mia Burt
cut to 82, a gain of mor^ than New York City, one
« • •
The Children '■ Bureau ' of the
United States Qovernn>ent iv«a
ettiablislied 35 yeam ago, for the
Purpose of eheeking the incKaae
in infant tnortalityi
boll weevil in the South, and lack
Miss) Kath«rine Lenrott haa
been Chief of the Children’a
The stepA in prodncing qnality
eggs, nnd more of them, are sim-
of lb. twenty b, .n ...ry
recfiv, p.diut. kono"., .ddilion.1 en>.i«r,
the 6tate College leader stated.
ed to the writer of this item th®
dietincEIve character of pervice'
I The stepf. include:
Bure^a for m.ny y»".nd Ihe..
IS no woman iq the GovernmentI|rovide the floek with ine
,h. i.«i r»d.»d mci V.1U.W. “ tT'^'r
... . .. , . (Undertakes to F.ustain the morale (
«rv.te to hum.n.l,, b»,ol , „ W.
*1^ ' .1^1* * # * ■ othei^Sioate of duty- Thl» U • ta9k| 2. Keeping a deep. cl«»n Utter
^ (that was undertaken during the "on the poultry house floor, and
health societies of the nation are'
World War in 1018, and wl}ich
unantnoue in their praise andr,' ''‘V*—* i '7 !
^ . has been developed until it is a
.F^u.l.o. of Mu» L..root,
Tiu., »h.l« th. ™C««on ofth. Rod
OoBM ai home and
bringing distress to millionsi, a
quiet and persistent movement to
save the live^i of millions of
childreti goes on its way, protect
ing their health during childhood,
and guaranteeing them better
beaMi in the yeai» to come.
■ .. ,
The American Red
Cross Is Everywhere
confining the birds In t|ie house
Eggs Needed For
until noon if needed,
ft. Providing plenty of clean
nesfe’, «t least one tO every five
in foreigii KeM.
4. Providing infertile for
tiie market. This will require re
moval of male birds from th«
floek an soon aa the breeding
season is over.
6. Gathering eggs frequentJy,
to reduce ihe number of dirty
• jo. Cooliflg eggs a^» soon as they
An increaEC of at least 7 per- are gaHiered, to aa near 50 de
cent (10 million oases) is need- jgrees as possible, to prevei^ rpoil
people Ireaize what'ed in egg pifoduotioii thi^ year to age. Jfover place
warm ere? i^i
a range of jictivities a^e directed meet the requirements of the [the case,
from the American Red Croat* na- National “Pood for Defense Pro-1
tioni^l headquarters in vVashing-*gram,” including supplies to be ^r* » « _■ rp
ton. There is no method of hu->xported under ttie Lend-Leasea.^*l
man family whi«h is not met. Plan.
Heceotly there was a significant | Prof. Roy E. Dearstyne, head
ceremony at the Walter Reed of the State College Poultrymen
Hoepi^l ^ '^wahington, where | will be making a valuable oootri-
Brigadiw Ganeral Shelley U. bution to the pr^fram by taking
Mariettat Pomman^nt of the good care of egga* on tine farm.
Self Sistmf Flour
ft^nicJ Savw you Money
Service . .
You will find our SERVICE complete to the smallest
detail. Our years of experience enable us to anticipate
your need and therefore serv# you better.
*yrhoughtful Atteption To Even The Smallest Detail'*
AMEY'S FUNERAL HOME
401 Pine 'Street 24 Hour Service Phone J.2971
Take«] Yearly By
I Heart Ailmcntil
Heart diteaae if America**
Qumber oqe death de« Ur.
jBrery- year it clahns 3SCM)00 »*:•
itims io thia (xmatry alone, and uo>
like cancer and tuberculofis, the
death rate is increasing every year.
The least publicixed of all our
major ailments, heart disei^ pra-’
need for a cn»-
A L»y-W«ithef Lu^ony
Whep tha l«wni are green, the
early hewers in btoom aad the
birds are trillloc thelv spring and
summer topas — that's ‘‘sprlns
favar” or "laa^’ waathar. Wa lova
to basic In tfe si^ (oal
wltik our Sowar t>6(ls, tMt. the
children for a wa^c, but oh, how
wa hata to prepare hMvr titeals ov
do anythin* that aa«ms witirely
toff arduQtta for »aeh daUghtful
To those who BOderstanl what 1
meaii by "lasy waa%ar*' aad yet
know they mast PHMra kealthtai
rli^ r«(wa. Nq
delloaeies top desaa^lorii
I present the r«(]
boilloK or bakinf U
do not even neafl knf. Tha daasevt
may be prepared In .M« dmlaesa
the morning aad pliicad In th#
refrigerator. S&}oy yotfr ’laiy"
sprins day as fou wMh, knowina
that when dinner time arrives, or
a midaitht lun^h (Or eampaar ti in
order, you h»w aomethipff gnt ql
the ordinary ^ place before c^mlnf
Almond Rennet-Ouatard '
Ice Cream Swana
Oroam puff paeta
1 rennet tablet
1 tablespoon cold water
1 cap milk (efdiaary or
a cap engar
1 teaspoon vaniUa
^ cup iaaly out toasted almonda
1 cup whippiDg crefym
Drop cream put pMta (m»de ac*
oordiair to any good ifiandard
Hnse bcrease In
Anticipated by RR.
I As wm n»eratn IlMai*
r«r the Aaa«eiatiM «•«-!•«« tTheehr, OskMd
mate a 43,M0,«I»
loads, ^qptnsf an insraMa i»,
■ A# wait wttU ,111111
jChin», and .fwy pomMm i«r fa
For 1»«. the estuData of Hachon ther wmmt thm
„ ^Mi»t% • tb.
WaahiBftan J. J. relley.^j^jj ^ij snoihar uMtease gto|ipi»S
preaidant of th« Asaoeiation of «ppffo*imately |Sfl,0» ears to| • • • •
American Railroads, todi^ au- *
tfaorisad the following state-
handle tba traffie of that, year. [ l^ranjdiii IX SooMViftt ”As
TIms ineuirp in ear owaerah^ far M 1 am MMMraedi« tbw*
would he in addition to t^e saw will ha tto Goiwniuant e«B»rol
of Ameriean ears acquired and those rebvilt of nafiw umleaa it l» of vil*!
Railroads hap eomf^eted and since the beginning of the pre- itaxy information,
sent to the railroad a study of sent emaigency for the handling '
the probable freight car loadings of 1941 traifie. J^o matter how much «a
for 1§42 and 1943, with an esti- vidual knows, he will ahva^S
mate of thfl additional freight Greek fight gom on for na> run aeroas an expert who kaa
cars aeeeraary to handle this lion’s honor, Premier says. studied less and knows more.
«clpe) by heai^g teaspoons ont^
buttered baking sheet. For the
swan necks, ptpa S-shaped plocoa
about inclies long througU a
pastry tube with large rose tip,
onto ft buttered baking sheet.
Small pointed tsils may also be
baked separatiAy. Bake in a qolc^
oven (450*-478k F.) until fuffed to
about double the original siia; then
reduce heat to SOO* F, and bake SO
minutes longer, or until golden
brown and crisp. ,0ool thoroughly.
Orush aad ditsiolve ths rennet
tf^hlet In ooM water In a cup. To
milk add sugar ana vanilla aad
warm slowly, atirring constantly.
Test a drop on insid^ ot wrist fre
quently. When COifFOXTABlY
WA-ttM, (H0*?%) aot hot, remove
at enct from h«ft. A4d dissolved
rennet tablet «nd stir Qulokly ior
a f«u> tetonii onlp. Pour M once,
while tUU Hgiri4, Into f^eeslng tfay
of mechanical refrigerator. Let set
at room temperature until (Irm aitd
eoel — about 19 minqtes. Chill in
refrigerator for halt an heur. Kix
in the toasted almonds and the
cream which has been, whipped
until stiff. Return to freeilng com
partment and fraese antil hard.
Just before serving, cut u|( about
from tops ot eroam puffs and
out boles to Insert swm's neck and
taH. Fill cream puffs with ice
oream. Out eream puff top In two
parts and i»«ss Into lee eream on
each side tof wiqgs. Serve imipedi-
ately. Servai 8 t»
DO DROP IN
THE HOLLYWOOD INN
“If Not Satisfied...Don’t TeU
Others... Tell Us”
U8 S. Maagum St. Prop,.Vni, HAyswood
ME IS INSURED
ACME REALTY COMPANY
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROUNA
yNION INSURANCE AND REALTY CO.
DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA
BISHOP DALE INSURANCE AGENCY, CHARLOTTE
^sociation _ ,,
My 118.000 to carry on iU workj
for the whole year—a striking con-j
fcast to the huge outlay spent tol
kttaek tuberculosis^ and cancer. Yet;
piere are two million chronic adultj
sufferers in the country and nearly
ft million afflicted children. .
I The public ignorance of heart;
jfilsease, Miss Palmer says, olt *
fcauses unnecessary alarm amonfc
plder men and women who complai..|
pf pains in the heart region. But
puin. Miss Palmer asserts is not d.
disease, oiily a symptom indicftt.itg|
that some organ or tissue is not car
rying on its function in a healthy^
manner. Nwrvous. tension or fatigue)
iean cause such pains, and even*
ailments of the gall bladdpr may
masquerade as heart trouble. I
Miss P%lmer recommends an annor
al routine checkup by a doctor to
insure early diagnosis in case »
heart ailment is present without thi/
^dividual knowing it. The doctor
will use the old fashioned stethos
cope whidh tells whether the heart’s
ralves are behaving normally and
reveals the presence of leaks or
murmurs. Thlf Is reinforced by the
eleetro - eardiograph which records
the heart’s beats, and by the X ray
which shows the heart’s shape and
size, The doctor will also take the
patient's blood pressure which
throws light on the condition of the
arteries themselves in the onp place
that they we visible—the patient's
According to Miss Palmer, the
public is VMtly mistaken in be
lieving that all heart diseases cause
fmmediate death without warning,
^any of the ailments she says may
not be serious and will last over
ii long period of years. These)
)atients are asked to relieve the/
leart and arteries of unnecessary,'
lurdens, but this prescription often'
floes not preclude leading a normalj
ife. It is important to remembei
that the heart is such |t comjplez
organ that it varies vastly in in
dividuals, and when afflicted, de
mands specialised t^Mtme^
' “The situation today,” Miss
palmer oo^ipludes, **calls moat of
all for a public aroused of the
need of frequent health examipa-
tions. Heart deaths can be redueedi
but only by a group organized with
. school .
ploifeM iq aeouring the systematiel
gmdwtton of evagL individnaj^*
Bullitt calls China “our Weat-
ern front"; asks all to aid her.
Senator Wheeler declares the
nation is “rushing" into war.
Leon Henderson declares that
inflation can be curbed,
PhilHppines says the war haa
balked self-sufficiency program.
MAY2K . . .7.13
MAY23. . . .7.«
MAY 24. . . .7,16
MAY 25. . . .l.n
*UiME CIVIN IS STANDARD HUiOVA WATCH TIMS .,.
•r aAA SAeT0M,MMSMMC7a>/,&C--ISM
au# at -wMMMcitM/ mwrnxm mJietK)
motvsALViMKf urn KINO
Is YOUR NAME VAIIIIiAIIKS?
THIS IS AM EASLY SMOH NAME AMP
IS INTCMftCTEDj FAIR.HANOSOME—
VWOBt MASKS MAYS* RSMOVEP F«PM
pousHVNooKN HKwmjKy PUTTING A urru
Ukoouvmspot MP Ltnmc trsTMio
SIffTWrH AND TKf 5Wr tfU DiSAffm.
Those 0ORN THIS
wme «MU fciims
IVITH ATALfNT RM
IHE BSMMTK Aim
«t«QNDEAU=«Qlf COULD 6IVSME][}K
ANSWERS TO JUNIOin homcmmk hI^
H« iMWkiS ITMOME?'’
u*iwcAM>cTt«vr AitTffRtfe^Tar^ mu-fpucm» miu^'
A Great Defense
For Your Family.
Sunday and Monday, May W and 19
“DOUBLE DEAL** also
Ser4id and Shorts
2 Complete Show& Sunday Alternooo
Tuesday and WednMday-*^pecial
, May 20th and '2lst
“DEAD EOT> KIDS**
“YQIPRE NOT SO TOUGIT
Thursday - BARGAIN DAY - 5
2 FEATURES AND SHORT.-2
^ GARY GOOFER in
' “BEAU GEStE”
Ralph ' Bellamy in
“SMASHING THE SPY RING”
C. K. Streit urges college con- V * _ ,1
ference to support "Umon Now"|lQi]OlDlOnielI£10Ell210l3nB00EiyD00Qfi
A HOME ALL
INVESTIGATE OUR SOUND MORTGAGE PLAN
It's SO easy to buy, build or refinance through our
sound, economical home mortgagre - that never needs
refinancing. Small, rent-like monthly pajrments re
duce the amount owed on principal each month—and
brinfiT you to fre^and-clear home^wnership; years
soonen G(Mne in for prompt service and helpful advice
—from local people who know and understand ytmr
local probl^ns, '
Mutual Building & Loao Assn.
F. L, MeOOY, Qiairinan of Board R. L. IfcjDOUGALD, Sec*y,-Trcas.
114 West Parrish Street- 816 i^yetteville Street
THE DOPE IS AGAINST YOU
HEBE IS THE WAY IT IS:
But one in 200 young men graduating this June wiU be
one penny richer in money in 1946-^veo years after
Fe^ of us can profit by the horrble examples of
strong** drink-of gamblingw)f extravaganee-or the
grief and ignominy of a dependent old age. “It just
can’t happen to me.” But it can, and the only way to
avoid it is to know that it can and realize that the
chances are against you.
199 out of 200 being not a penny better off, after
seven years of work, is strong odds, RemembOT, not
a thousand dollars better off-not $500-nor $100-but
NOT A laiNNY!
.You can bekt the odds^be one out of 200 to have
something to show for your spent years. Just one dol
lar a Week will show a credit of $364.00-$3 a week will
put you by your first thousand dollars.
Be smH^rter than those other 199 graduates—save
just a little, each w^k—not for the money alone but
for the stimulation and uplift that comes with the sen&e
MECHANICS & FARM^