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fncnt. Depending upon individual
cases the applicant will be referred
to the agency that administers old
ul,c assistance or old age insurance,
or to me propel agency w-nicn win
. . -it
siole will , see to his physical and
vocational rehabilitation. . "
"The employment service is open
to the general public and accepts
applications from all persons desir
ing employment. These people are
caicfully interviewed by specially
tra. ned interviewers and their appli
cations are filed according to the
occupations for which they are best
"On the ,s,taf f of . die employment
service are highly trained interview
ers who classify all applicants on
. an occupational basis. Every appli
cant must fully satisfy our inter
viewer as to his qualifications for
a ceitftin type of work before he
can be classified under that" title.
Thus you are assured of receiving
only qualified workers. For ex
ample, suppose you need a steno
grapher who can take down ver
batim reports of. speeches at a con
ference. We would refer to you
girls whose training and experience
qualified them for that highly skill-
. ed work. You would run no risk of
having to interview girls who could
'take only normal dictation.
"When an 'order from an em
ployer is received, the employment
officer' carefully selects from the
occupational file involved the reg-
istration cards of those persons best
qualified to fill. that particular job.
The law expressly provides that this
selection shall be made on the basis'
of qualification, and that no politi
cal, religious .or economic considera
tions shall influence this decision
"The persons so selected are then
notified to call at the office,, where
they are given an introduction card
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the people so referred, the employ
er selects the individual to be hir
ed." Auto "Arsonists T
In Georgia Court
From Athens (Ga.) Banner-Herald
Automobile dealers, and insurance
men generally will hail the recent
sentence to . prison terms of two
men by Judge Claude H. Porter in
Floyd County, Georgia, Superior
Court after the men had entered
pleas of guilty' to charge, of arson
of automobiles. .
James Henry Scoggin, 46, was
given a four year sentence after he
had pleaded guilty to conspiring
with two youths to steal and burn
his 1937 sedan while it was parked
near a church.
Scoggins admitted persuading two
youths, aged 19 and 17, to steal the
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Hitler Acclaiiried in Streets
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The Fuehrer is wildly cheered by the populace as he motors through the streets of medieval Nuremberg.
It was here that 1,500,000 Germans rallied to hear their leader demand the right of self-determination for Sude
ten Germans in Czechoslovakia. - , '
Heads of German War Machine
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Field Marshal Hermann Wilhelm Goering (rignt), chief lieutenant of
Dictator Hitler, is shown in conversation with Inspector Dr. Todt, in
charge of the construction of fortifications on the western front of Ger
many and chief of the German super-highways. The picture was taken
during the Nazi party congress at Nuremberg.
auto and burn it in order to recov
er the insurance which amounted to
The eldest of the two young men
was given a 3-year .suspended sen
tence and the youngest a 2-year
The case is noteworthy in that
it marks the first time in the state
that an auto arsonist has been con
victed and sentenced to a prison
Shortly after the above case, -an
other similar one pleaded guilty to
burning his. auto to. collect insur
ance and was given a straight 2
yeaf term. Two others entered pleas
of guilty in connection with the
same case and were given 2-year
suspended sentences each.
Insurance and auto men in this
section of North Carolina are jubi
lant over these convictions and sen
tences because an auto insured at
the rate of $3.65 in Atlanta' costs
a higher rate here, due to the fact
of the increased auto fire losses in
Macon county during the last year,
making the loss ratio so high that
insurance rates . on autos in this
county were among the highest in
Recognizing the seriousness of
the situation in Rome, Ga., and
Floyd county, Ga., city officers,
aided by members of the state fire
marshals staff and county officials
opened the drive to reduce this
type of crime, which resulted in the
conviction mentioned above.
Since the ice has now been
broken and the fir,s,t two auto
arsonists in Georgia are now .serv
ing prison term, it is likelv that the
lines will tighten all over Georeia
and other states, and a quick drop
will follow in the burning of auto
mobiles and also in the insurance
rate ,so that all owners who insure
their cars will likewise benefit.
THE FRANkU N HtH AND Tlit HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
Supply Of Phosphate
Limited, Floyd Says
The AAA will not ba able to ac
cept any more orders for phosphate
to be jused this year in connection
with the agricultural conservation
program, .E. Y. Floyd, AAA execu
tive officer at State college, has
Farmers in North Carolina and
other states, showing a growing in
terest in soil improvement, have
asked for more phosphate than the
AAA will be able to secure from
the Tennessee Valley authority and
other manufacturers. - - '
.Orders for. 650 tons have been
filled so far in this, state, .Floyd
pointed out, and an additional '300
tons .can probably be delivered by
the middle "of October on orders
that have been accepted already.
. But no more orders can be plac
ed this year, he continued. Never
theless, farmers who wish to ap
ply phosphate to their leguijhe crops
and pastures in earning AAA pay
ments can do so by purchasing the,
material from local dealers. .
Under the agricultural conserva
tion program, arrangements had
been made for supplying growers
with phosphate at a low cost , and
deducting a small amount from
their AAA, payments. The farmers
responded to such - an extent thiat
there is not enough phosphate to
supply the. demand through AAA
sources. 'v. ' "' ' . ' -.. V:'.
Growers who don't buy any phos
phate this year can earn their con
servation program pyaments, Floyd
added, by, t carrying out other '.soil
building practices such as seeding
Austrian winter peas, vetch, " and
ud Folks' Day
At Louisa Chapel
Old Folks' Day was observed last
Sunday at Louisa Chapel. This is
an annual affair, held- each year at
some church in the county on , the
third Sunday in September. It is
sponsored by the Macon County
Old Folks' association.
The day began officially at 10
o'clock, with acting president Rev.
George Cloer in charge of cere
monies. After congregational sing
ing and prayer by Rev. J. 1. Vin
son, the president introduced May
or George Patton, of Franklin, who
brought the address of welcome.
Mr. Patton also called attention to
the destructive . forces at work' in
Europe and America, and stressed
the necessity of lining up with the
church ' and its -great - program of
At -11 o'clock Evangelist A. A.
Haggard was introduced. Before
Rev. Haggard .spoke, Mr. Theron
Bunting sang, "The Wayworn
Rev. Hagcard brought a wonder
ful message on God's plan of. sal
vation, from the fall of man to the
death, resurrection, ascension., and
looked-for coming again of Christ.
The morning program was brought
to a close with the benediction by
Rev. E. P. Swanson. The large
crowd then gathered around a
bountifully laden table for the noon
i The afternoon program began at
1:30. Devotions were, conducted -by
the pastor of the church, Rev. Lest
er Sorrells. Following devotions, the
choir of 'Watauga Baptist church,
led by Mr. James Raby, ' sang a
number of selections..
At 2 o'clock a short business ses
sion was" ' held. Secretary J, L.
.Sanders, of 'Prentiss,, read the min
utes of the last Old Folks' Day;
Mr. E. B. DeHart, the previously
elected president, having died, Rev.
George Cloer was. elected president
for the coming year. Rev. J. I. Vin
son was elected vice-president.
After the business .session, (Rev.
Vinson spoke on, "The , Curd for
Present World Conditions," which
he said is love. More singing, by
th'e : Watauga choir, and several
brief talks brought the day to a
close. Old Folks' Day in 1939 will
be held.at. Watauga Baptist church.
' J. R. BOWMAN.
Although the number of milk
cows in North Carolina decreased
1 per cent in the past year, the
average daily milk production jump
ed from 12.9 pounds per cow in
1937 to 13.2 pounds.' in 1938, says
John Arey, extension dairyman at
1 A ; general and rather substantial
improvement in crop prospects in
most parts of the United States
was noted during July, and indi
cations on August 1 were that
yields of most crops, would be well
Guernsey breeders of Henderson
county have organized an associa
tion for the promotion of the breed
in that count.
Prize-VV inning rruit
Requires Great Care
Prize-winning, exhibits of fruit
for fall fairs .should be harvested
with painstaking care, said M. E.
Gardner, head of the State college '
detriment of horticulture.
Pick several times the quantity
needed for exhibit ,sq as tot
have a wide choice to select from. .
Extra, fruits should also be sent to
the fair to provije replacements in
case any are damaged in .shipment.
Leave the ,s,tem attached, as a
stem missing from one specimen in
a plate exhibit, will disqualify the
Fruit picked from the top of the .
tree, where it is exposed to more
sunshine throughout the day. -are
usually better colored than those
on the lower pranches.
Do not enter fruit that is off.
color, not uniform in size "and
shape, or which .shows . injury from
insects, disease, or bruises. Such
fruit cannot compete for prizes,
and it detracts from the appearance
of the entire display. w
For the plate exhibits, take spe
cial care to select the very best
fruit, as the judges examine each
specimen closely. Don't make the
mistake of picking the biggest fruit
for plate , exhibits, but get 'medium
sized fruit that are uniform in size
and color and are true to type.
Fruit to be ' shipped should be
wrapped carefully, each specimen
in an individual wrapper, to keep
it from bruising. The fruit may be
polished if this can be done with
out bruising, but it is not neces- .
,sary as judges do not usually give
any extra credit, to polished fruit.
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Nature designed the kidneys to do
marvelous job. Their task is to keep the
flowing blood stream free of an excess of
toxic impurities. The act of living Jie
ittelf is constantly, producing wast
matter the kidneys must remove from
the blood if good health la to endure.
When the kidneys fail to function aa
Mature Intended, there is retention of
waste that may cause body-wide dis
tress. One may suffer nagging backache,
persistent headache, attacks of dizziness,
getting up nights, swelling, pufflness
under the eyes feel tired, nervous, all
Frequent, scanty or burning passages
may be further evidence of kidney or
bladder disturbance. ,
The recognized and proper treatment
is a diuretic medicine to help the kidneya
tet rid of excess poisonous body waste,
lee Doan'B Pillt. They have had more
than forty years of public approval. Are
endorsed the country over. Insist on
Doom's. Sold at all drug stores.:
We place at the disposal
of those who call us to
serve an experienced un
derstanding of every prob
lem that may perplex a
A widespread misunder
standing about funeral
costsf has doubtlessly led
to the making of regret
table mistakes. The entire
qost of eifery funeral di
rected by us; is decided by
the family , at tho time it
selects tho casket and
other furnishings. .
Our prices are never high
er than elsewhere. A wider
knowledge o,f this fact
should bring comforting
reiref to those ) of limited
means who wish the qual
ity and appropriateness of
the service, to oe beyond
question, ' S
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