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    Am. Legion To
Assist Gov. Hoey
In ‘Red” Hunt
RALEIGH, June 2.—The North
Carolina American Legion, through
State Commander Junius H. Rose, of
Greenville, accepted last night enlist
ment by Governor Hoey in a cam
paign to unearth possible fifth column
activities in the State.
A few hours after Governor Hoey
called on the commander to co-oper
ate in a probe of un-Americanism,
Rose replied that “We offer our serv
ices fearlessly and grimly in all mat
ten relating to the defense of our
shores and the preservation of the
ideal of our democracy.”
The move against possible fifth col
umnists was the second which the Gov
ernor has made in the last two weeks.
Recently, he ordered the State Bureau
of Investigation to ‘‘keep an eye out”
for un-American activities.
Hoey also disclosed that he had re
ceived a number of letters from North
Carolinians warning of fifth column
ists. None of the letten contained
specific charges against individuals
or organizations, he added.
National bankruptcy simply means
that money loses its value through in
flation ana dictatorship invariably fol
lows such conditions.
ANNOUNCING
THE INSTALLATION OF A
NEW FOUNTAIN
AT OUR
NEW LOCATION
125 W. TRADE ST.
DISTINCTIVE FOUNTAIN SERVICE
SELWYN CUT RATE DRUG STORE
HOUSE VOTE8 TO CONSIDER
AMENDMENTS TO THE
WAGNER LABOR ACT
WASHINGTON, June 6—The
House voted 292 to 106 yesterday to
consider amendments to the Wagner
act despite the prospect that they
would die in the Senate for this ses
sion.
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The Building Trades unions have
moved from the place it occupied for
The Building Trades Union has
many years, at 11SM S. College St,
to new and more commodious quar
ters on East Trade St., on the third
floor, which has been overhauled and
made into a most desirable hall for
the different locals using it as a place
of meeting. Quarters can be furnish
ed to locals desiring places to hold
meetings, and co-operation is asked
in making it union headquarters as
as possible.
Colfector Explains Hit
80 Kinds of Barbed Wire
SaLINA, KAN.—Ben Peterson col
lects short pieces of barbed wire as
a hobby and now has 80 different
kinds in his collection. He says one
kind is required for sheep, another
for horses, another for human be
ings—the type used in war entan
glements. He carries wire with him
so that when he finds a new type
strung along western acres he can
whack out a piece and then splice
the fence with a spare.
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ADMINISTRATORM NOTICS
Having qualified ss administrator e< the *
tats of Junius Rost Cathey, lata at Hadrian
bon Counts. H. C. This to to notify all par
sons bavins claims against said estate to pro
test team duly verified to tbs undersigned at
SOT State Street. Charlotte, N. C. au or before
June lTth. 1M1. or this notice will be pleaded
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Clerks Elect Officers;
Craven Made Pres.
. GREENSBORO.—The North Caro
lina branch of the United National As
socation of Poet Office Clerks elected
Prank Craver of Winston-Salem, pres
|dent at its annual meeting here last
Friday. Mrs. R. L. Thompson of High
Point was named head of the wom
en’s auxiliary.
J. B. Joyce of Madison was elected
first vice-president; Joe Ragland, of
Kernersville, second vice-president;
T. F. Day of Winston-Salem, third
vce-president; Marvin Ellis of Mt.
Airy, fourth vice-president; J. C.
Ester of High Point, secretary, and
M. C. Foust of Greensboero, treasurer.
PRODUCTION IN TEXTILE
MILLS WILL BE STEPPED
UP IN DEFENSE PROGRAM
WASHINGTON, June 2.—Despite
thes lackening of cotton textile mill
activity m the Carolines during the
last half of May, according to trade
reports, indications are that there will
be a general speedup in production
when the national defense program
gets under way.
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$1,056,MO RELIEF BILL __
"SPRINKLED THROUGH” WITH
WORDS "NATIONAL DEFENCE”
WASHINGTON, June 5.—A $1,
000,000 relief bill, said by Chairman
Adame, Democrat of Colorado, to be
“sprinkled through” with the words
"national defense,” was reported fa
vorably Tuesday by a State appropria
tions subcommittee.
There are a number of types of
"meanest persons.” Among them are
the fellows who work for the govern
ment, but sabotage their jobs; those
who steal pennies from the cup of the
blind man or woman seeking alms; the
skulking coward in the dark who
writes accusing lies to the newspaper
editor and hides behind an anonymous
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Bride’s Father Contrives
Gowns end Groom’s Suit
LONDON.—At • wedding in Sun
derland, the gowns of the bride and
her three bridesmaids and the morn
ing suit of the groom were made
by the father of the bride. He is
John B. Elrick, who spent every
night for three months to complete
the task. His daughter, Gladys, was
a striking figure in her gown of ring
velvet with 15-foot veil embroidered
with white hearts. The bridesmaids
wore dresses of the same material
and Carried mulls decorated with
white heather and gas mask cases to
match.
Wives Unsung Heroines
In Forest Fire Fighting
OGDEN, UTAH.— Women often
are the unsung heroines of forest fire
fighting and go entirely without rec
ognition except among the men they
may temporarily direct, it was dis
closed at a western regional con
ference of national forest officials.
Wives of forest service dispatchers
and lookouts frequently take over
when their husbands are called to
the fire lines. The women are left
to direct the activities of all fire
fighters concerned until their hus
bands return to their posts.
When a government contracts more
bills than it? can pay, prints more
bonds than it can redeem, piles up a
heavier tax burden than the people
can carry, then it must go bankrupt—
the same as private individual.
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