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Brief Review Of State, National And World News During The Past Week
1TTEB BATTLE IS
EXPECTED OVER AID
Washington — A bitter and
perhaps lengthy congressional
argument over President Tru
man’s short and long range
plans for aiding Europe appears
to be in prospect
Talks with a score, of Senators
and representatives point in that
direction. All were interviewed
since the White House called in
leaders of both parties to urge
quick approval of a Stop gap
wintfer plan for shipping fuel
Most lawmakers say, they be
lieve the issue is plain and sim
ple—“some' way to stop Russia
and communism” from covering
Italy, France, Ajistria and other
parts of Western Europe.
Most of them are uneasy about
sending large amounts of food
overseas at a time when house
wives and breadwinners here
are angry about high prices.
Unless expressed trends and
thoughts reverse sharply, several
said, hopes appear dim for speedy
congressional approval of the
$580,000,000 stop gap aid for
Western Europe they expect to be
asked for at a special session on
or about December 1.
IteSeve Mi* aches aad"sleep robMna" Miseries
of Colds fast with M6 (tablets or SmiM)
• CtmUm. Use H •» £««r.*td “* “
WAR DEAD LEAVE -
FOR HOME SHORES
Antwerp — Thousands of Bel
gians joined with high American
officials Sunday in reverent tri
bute to 5,600 American soldier
dead who sailed for home aboard
the U. S. Army transport Joseph
V. IDonnolly. * *■
The crowds massed in the 400,
year-old Grand Plaza of this an
cient city to honor the first hom
ing contingent o'f soldier dead
from the last‘war, whose Tetum
was requested by(tf»ir families.
The transport is scheduled to1 ar
rive in New York, Get. 25.
General Lucius D. Clay, Ameri
can military governor in Ger
many, stood before a coffin of
one of the soldiers, anonymously
chosen and declared, “We have
not yet found the lasting peace
for which these men died in their
Flat Rock — Mw. Elizabeth
Meyers Maybank, 49, wife of
Senator Burnet R. Maybarik (D
SC) died at 10:35 a. m. Sunday
at the family’s Summer home
here after a long illness.
She had been at a Philadelphia
hospital but came to Flat Rock
in a special railway car recently
to attend the wedding of her
daughter. Mrs. George D Paul,
of Charleston, S.C. Senator May
bank was at her bedside.
Brief services were held in Flat
Rock yesterday, and the body
was sent to Charleston, S. C.,
110 acres of land, good meadow,, some timber and
Located 2 miles from Cherry Lane post office, %
mile from Scenic highway and 1-4 mile to Tock road.
KNOWN AS J. W. SPICER PLACE.
Land joins Troy Brooks, Ardie Rash, J. C. Spicer _
and Walter Crouse,
If Interested See
Cherry Lane, t North Carolina
SPARTA PIPES, INC.
WE ARE BUYING WELL TRIMMED
IVY AND LAUREL BURLS FOR IM
MEDIATE DELIVERY AND CON
TRACTING ONLY 1,000 TONS FOR
Sparta Pipes, Inc,
TEL. 15 — SPARTA, N. C.
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U. S. Chamber Of Commerce
States Plans For Economy
Washington — Warning that
there is no single panacea for
a “boom-bust” economic cycle,
the Chamber of Commerce of the
United States has offered a labor
business-government program to
maintain employment and keep
the country prosperous.
Among the steps suggested was
a recommendation that the num
ber of available workers in an
area determine for themselves
whether wage increases shall be
granted through collective bar
gaining. The chamber also called
for a flexible Federal policy and
a careful study by business of its
credit and investment practices.
A report prepared by the cham
ber’s committee on economic poli
cy, entitled, “A Program for Sus
taining Employment," said it was
"questionable” whether wage in
creases should be granted as a re
sult of collective bargaining, ex
cept under the following condi
. 1. Wiien the number of unem
ployed workers in an area is less
than five of six per cent of the
2. When workers in other in
dustries are u/'.ble to do the job
in question or are unwilling to
transfer to the plant at existing
3. When the absence of such
workers is not due to any artifi
BOARD TO MEET IN
ASHEVILLE OCT. 13
Asheville, N. C.—The annual
fall meeting of the North Caro
lina Board of Conservation and
Development will meet here Oct
ober 13, 14 and 15, Director R.
Bruce Etheridge announced to
day, with the most controversial
subject on the program the ques
tion of awarding of the state’s
Governor Cherry, as chairman
of the board, will attend, and will
make an address Monday morn
ing, October 13th. The group also
will hear ' Charles E. Ray of
Waynesville discuss the work of
the North Carolina National Park,
Parkway and Forest Development
Public hearings will be held
to receive petitions,suggestions or
complaints on matters within the
jurisdiction of the board.
The board also has announced
it would decide at this meeting,
the question as to whether to re
tain the services of Eastman
Scott & Co., of Atlanta, which
has been the state’s advertising
agency for ten years, or whether
to award the contract to Ayers
Si Gillett, of Charlotte.
where funeral services were held
at 4 p. m., Monday.
Survivors include her hus
band; two daughters, Mrs. Paul
ard Miss Elizabeth Maybank; and
ont son, Burnet, Jr.
Me for CRUSH
NORTH WILKESBORO COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO
4. When the wage increase i)
necessary to prevent a laboi
The report also said that some
times a “downward adjustment’
I of both wages and prices is de
| sirable, since the danger of alter
, nating booms and depression
I could be eased by preventini
I wage spirals.
| Listing steps which .could bi
, followed by labor, managemen
| and the Government, the repor
j said that taxes should be reducec
during depressions and increase<
during prosperous times. It calle<
for a balanced budget and reduc
tion of the national debt during
Rev. Paul Phipps filled his reg
ular appointment at Scottvilli
Baptist church Sunday.
Mrs. Emma Roupe and daugh
ter, Romona, were dinner guest
of Mrs. Cox Absher, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Gwaltne:
! visited relatives in this commun
I ity, Saturday. „
t Rev. .and Mrs. Paul Phipps am
| daughter, Pauline, were dinnc:
I guests of Mrs. J. T. Allen, Sun
| Mr. and Mrs. Junior Shephert
j visited relatives in West Jeffer
son over the week end.
| Rev. W. fc. Crummett filled hi;
. regular appointment at Scottvilli
Methodist church, Sunday night.
1 Misses Wilma and Karei
Reeves, of Nathan’s Creek, spen
the week end with their grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Me
1 Farmers in this community ari
! very busy making molasses dm
j to the early frost.
Mr. Oscoe Woodie cut his hanc
Saturday in a silage cutter.
Those visiting Mr. and Mrs
Edd Taylor Sunday were Mr. anc
Mrs. Albert Irwin and daughter
Carol Sue; Mr. and Mrs Franl
Roupe and son Fred; Peggy Wil
liams, also Mr. and Mrs. Donalt
Musgrove and children.
Mr. Eugene' Hendricks, Ports
mouth, Va„ has been spending
a few days with his father, Lon
nie Hendricks and his brother
Franklin Hendricks 'and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Hobson Petrec
and son, of King, spent the weel
end with her parents, Mr. anc
Mrs. Lawrence Reeves.
Mr. and Mrs. Kilby Atwood anc
family, of Twin Oaks, visited Mr
and Mrs. J. F. Atwood. Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Estel Caudill anc
children visited Mr. and Mrs
Edear Mabe. Sunday afternoon.
.Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fines anc
daughter, Glona, and Miss Beu
lah Estep visited Mi. and Mrs
Willie Hines and family, also Mr
and Mrs. Wiley Irwin. Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs J. R. McLeod re
cently visited Mr. and Mrs. J
M. Estep. • ,
Mary Lee Richardson. Dorothy
Edwards, and Nancv Petty were
recent guests of Christine Mabe.
Mae and Kelly Williams visi
ted Mi*> and Mrs. Lundy Estep,
North Carolina beekeepers had
a total of 177,000 colonies of bees
on hand July 1, 4,000 colonies less
than was on hand a year earlier,
The Union Republican, Box
68 Salem Station, Winston
Salem, N. C.
THE UNION REPUBLICAN
SIVE FARMER 1
BOTH FOR $1.65 IF YOU
USE THIS COUPON.
0 Mt. Zion News
Rev. Win. Cruasmett filled his
regular appointment at Mt. Zion
Sunday and was dinner guest in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. E.
The Piedmamt singing quartette,
of Jonesville, will be at Mt. Zion
October 19 at 7:30 p. m. Every
one is invited to attend.
Earl D. 'Williams, U. S. Mar
shall, of Boise, Idaho, spent a
shoTt Srtne Sunday with his un
O. B. RICHARDSON
ABOARD CSS STORMES
Oscar B. Richardson, quarter- j
master, third class, USN, son of
Oscar M. Richardson of Sparta, j
N. C., is serving aboard the des
troyer USS Stormes. which is
touring the Mediterranean area.
Crew members of the Stormes'
cle, W. F. Pugh, and other rela
Mrs. T. E. Pugh and son, Fred,
were dinner guests in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Vestel.
have had an opportunity to visit
tne ports of La Maddalena, Sar
dinia; Gibraltar; Targanto, Italy,
Trieste; Athens, Greece, and Smy
BUY ANGUS CATTLE
Elmer C. Mitchell and sons of
Sparta, recently purchased ele
ven purebred Aberdeen Angus
cows and three bulls from the es
tate of Eugene Transou, of Jef
Coining Next Week!
ONLY ONCE A YEAR
2 FOR THE PRICE OF 1 PLUS 1 CENT
4 BIG DATS - WED . THURS
75c CLEANSING CREAM 3 oz. 2 hr 7Sc
75c COLD CREAM 3 oz. 2 for 76e
75c FINISHING CREAM 3} oz. 2 for 76c
75c FOUNDATION CREAM4oz.2for76c
75c SKIN CREAM 3§ oz. 2 for 76c
Check the list below of Other AdrieiMt
, A Cosmetics of
■ 2 FOR THE PRICE OF 1 + 1c
StMk up an RexaH Mi-Si, At ontisspHc that kills
contacted gem. Price* never lower than now. Yew
•avoAtri 49c SIZE FULL PINT 2 for
ASPIRIN For qatctc relief front ordinary
pain there’* no superior to Rexall Paretos! Aspirin.
Oof 100 more 5-gr. tablets for Id
49c size or ioo 2 for
ALKALIZER Rex-Seltser, the elfervoscont
analgesic tablet, relieves the discomforts of colds
and headaches. Save 53d • .
54c SIZE OF 25 2 for
flrsf tlmt .Ml tompUH '
50c Talcum Powder. ~ 76c
75c liquid Brilliantine . . • • • • * .
75c Face Powder (any 2 of 5 shades) 2 for 76.
75c Astringent ... for 76«
75c Perfume ^.. 2 for 16c
15c Powder Puff . ..
CUAUTY TOIIITMU at 2 fOR THE P«« OM + 1*
lavender Bath Powder, 16a*.
Gardenia Foce Powd. . »•>)•»*«
Gardenia Creams .o*» -r * «•*>
: Mascai's Hand Cream, 6% a*.
> Theatrical Cold Cr.. 1 lb. . . .
c Rexall Deodorant Cr., V\ o*. .
Eu-Ool liq. Surg. Soap, 16 o*.
Martel's Hair Oil, 4 ..
Rexall Antisep. Boby Oil. 6 •*.
; Hall's Baby talcum, 1 lb. . • •
: Nursery Castile Soap.
2 far I.Ot
2 far 51c
2 far 51c
2 far 51c
2 far 1.01
2 far 26c
2 far 86c
2 for 26c
2 for 51c
2 for 36c
2 for 26c
SHAVING NEEDS at 2 fOR THi PtW OF 1+U
40c Witch Hotel, 16 a*.* 26c
25c Gentlemen's Talc, 3 a*.-JJ'Sc
55c Rexall Shave Lotion, ® **' ' ’ 2 for40c
39c Klenxo Shave Cream, 3/> ox. .
1 jyc ■
Q 19c Permedge Blodes, 5’s
2 for 20c
DlNTAl PROOUCTS a. 2 fORTHI PRKl OM+U
29c Nylon Tooth Brush J . • • •
59c Klenxo Antiseptic, 16 ox. . .
55c Denture Adhes. Powder, 3 ox.
39c Milk of Mag. Tooth Paste, lg.
40c MI-31 Tooth Powder, 3 'h ox.
2 far 30c
2 far 60c
, 2 for 56c
, 2 far 40c
. 2 far 41c
RiXAU RIMIDIIS al 2 FOR THt PRICf 0H+1*
50c Analgesic Balm, tube . ' * * ' |of 3|c
30c Antacid Gas Tabs., 40 * ' ' * ' x for 26c
25c Corn Solvent, V> 01. . • ^ fof 26c
25c lye Drpps, 1 ox. .. far 51«
50c Hygienic Powder, 6 ox.. '
, 25c Milk of Mag. Tabs.. 36 s . . . 2 far 2*c
50t Pile Ointment, tube, 1
25c Toothache Drop*, Ig. . • •
, 2 for 51*
, 2 for 26c.
XAll PURETEST PRODUCTS at 2 fOR THE PIUCE Ofl+U
1 69e Rubbing Alcohol, 16 o*. . . • ^ Tor 70*
] 25c Soda Mints, 140’s .., . 21«
] 20c Boric Acid Sol. NF, 4 ox. ... 2 for 2U
I 29c Aromatic Sp. Ammonia, 1 ox. .
3 25c Tinct. Iodine. 1 • • V * * , £ 31*
3 30c Epsom Salt. 16 ox. ^ for ^
3 25c Zinc Stearate, 1 ox.
VITAMINS at 2 FOR THE PRICE OF 1+1*
□ 1.65 ABDG Capsules, 100’s . . •
"1 3.50 B Complex Syrup, 16 ox. . .
□ 1.50 Cod Liver Oil, H.P., 14 ox. .
rn 75* Yeast and Iron Tab*., 100 s . -
Q 1.15 Thiamin Chlor.Tabs., 5 *9.t00*
COUCH AND COO AM « I »• » "» “ ,+,‘
[”1 25c Cold Tabs. Special, 30» .
□ 60c Rexall Gargle, Ig. • • • *
rn 50* Rexillano Cough Syr., 4 ox.
Q 39* Nos* Drops Aqueous. 1 ox.
2 for 1.66
, 2 for 3.51
, 2 for 1.51
2 for 76*
2 far 26*
, 2 far 61*
, 2 far
. 2 far
LAXATIVES at 2 FOR THE PRICE OF 1+T*
35* CastorOilArom.,3o*. . . . • *
25* little liver Pills, 100 s • * , . _ ...
50c Rexall Orderlies, 60 s .. • • * J *
85c Mineral OH, Rexall. 16 ox. . . * '
50c Milk of Mag. USP, 16 ox. ...2 far 51*
STATIONERY BUYS a, 2 FdR THE PRICE OF 1-Hc
) 90c Lord Baltimore, ViVtViC
] 70* Cascade Pound Paper. 60 sM, Rfor^
] 60c Cascade l'™" EnV*'\Pnv' f0’% 2 for 16*
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