P AGE TWO
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONlAN
THURSDAY. APRIL 24. 1941
AT POST OFFICE
T. W. Porter Announces
Sale To Begin On
Stall's jH'fcnse Sav-
America's Super-Dreadnaught Set to Join the Navy
I -V-..f.v - $'!f?V.'- '' Ml W '-' J
The new 35,000-ton super-dreadnaught North Carolina is shown at the I close to $70,000,000, the North Carolina is called the world's mightiest
New York Navy Yard where it was commissioned. Built at a cost of 1 battleship. It mounts nine 16-inch guns and a deadly secondary battery.
Stamps will be placed on sale in
the jiostoffice at tlie opening of
business on Thursday. May 1, as
part of the national effort to 'make
"'.Postmaster. Thomas V. l'orter
announced today that nlans art-
nearly comjileted for this coininun
ltv, aloriK with thousands of , others
from coast to coast, to do its full
part at the opening, of the savings
program. It ts expected ' that the
Mayor and other civic leaders will
be among the first purchasers of
savings bonds and stamps here.
Postmaster Lieneral Frank C,
Walker, in a letter to Postmasters
through the country, said that the
help of 1 local postmasters: would
be "a real service' to the country".
He transmitted 'the thanks of Sec
retary of the. Treasury Morgenthau
for the help that local postmasters
had already given in the sale of
L'tiited States securities, and also
Mr.' Morgenthau's thanks in ad
vance "for the co-operation which
lie knows you will give to this
The tiew VV'efense Savings Bond
is similar to tlie familiar "Baby
Bond", of which more titan five
billior dollars worth have been
bought .by more than two and a
half million Americans since 1935.
A Defense Bond may be pur
chased May 1, or thereafter, for
$18.75. In ten years this bond
will be worth $25.00: This is an
increase of 33. 13 per cent, equal
to ah annual interest return of 1.9
per cent, compounded semi-annually.
Any time after 60 days
from the date of purchase, the
bond may be redeemed for cash.
in accordance with a. table of re
demption value printed in the face
of the bond. .
To spread investments widely
among all the people in America,
a limit of $5,000 has been set on
the amount of these bonds to be
bought by any one person in one
yean The bonds are in ilenomiaa
tions of $25, $50, $100, $500 and
$1,0(0, all of which are sold for
75 per cent of their maturity value
and all of which mature in ten
For larger investors who can af
ford to purchase up to. $50,000
'worth of bonds a year,, the Treas
ury Department has issued two
additional kinds of Defense Sav
ings Bonds but these will be sold
only through banks and by direct
mail from Washington, 1). (L. They
are intended for associations, trus-
reported to be
notoring stason is at
Prudenct dictatts it's
timt to FIX-UP your CAR
for Summer's driving.
PLAY SAFE ... for your
car's sake . . . for yourself
and your far:;!y . . . have a
complete check-up NOWI
Station & Garage
ERWIN PATTON, Prop.
By MRS. F. E
Bert. Tilson is
Alfred Leopard is suffering with
Mrs. Bertha Crisp is recovering
from an severe attack of pneu
monia. Farmer,' are intensely busy . dur
this lovely weather. Is it for de
fense or self preservation?
Have you noticed the real beauty
of Mrs. Frank Peek's yard, just a
short distance below the entrance
of the Walnut Creek road on high
way No. 64? second house. "My
hart leaps up when I behold the
. ' I
tees and corporations, a well as
For the smaller investor who
wants to buy a Government' Bond
on an easy payment nlaji. tie
Postal Savings Stamps, at 10c,' 15c,
$1, and $5. Each purchaser of any
Savings Stamp, higher than 10c
will be given, free of charge, an
attractive pocket album in -which
to paste his .stamps until he has
enough to buy a $25 bond or one
of higher denomination. Thirty mil
lion ot these albums are now be
ing prepared, i
The cover design of the albums
is in color, featuring a United
States battleship and an. eagle
bearing the .American flag. On the
back cover is a painting of the
Minute Man statute by Daniel
Chester French, which symbolizes
the American citizen ever alert , in
defense of his country. The in
scription is "America on Guard."
Secretary Morgenthau said that
even a boy or girl who saved 10c
to buy a Saving Stamp w;ould help
the country.1 He added that "you
can safeguard, your own money
and your own future, while helping
the national defense, by buying
United Savings Bonds now."
James Mallonee Jr.
Potts' Burial Assn.
Protects Tke Whole Family
Fine Solid Oak Casket
Office Over Pendergrmie' Store
EACU PONY EXPRESS
RIDER GALLOPED 33
MILES ano CHANGED
I "ok on 1 1
HAVE MbU CHANGED
YOUR M6TOR OIL
VET? CALL FOR
Formerly Of Macon, Dies
From Bullet Wound
War Department Needs
Automotive Parts Experts
An examination for positions as
automotive spare parts expert, pay
ing $3,200 a year, has been an
nounced by the United States Civil
Qualified persons are urged to
file their application at once. "
Sunday, April 27
Rev. J. L. Stokei II
10 a. m. Church school.
11 a. ni. Worship service.:
Jame, ' D. Mallonee, Jr., 27, for
merly of Macon county, prominent
Murphy lawyer, and one of the
youngest members of the last gen
eral assembly, died in Petrie hos
pital. Murphy, Tuesday morning at
The funeral was held . Wednes
day afternoon at 2 o'clock in th
Cherokee county courthouse. . Of
ficiating were the Rev. C. B. New
ton, Murphy, pastor, assisted by
the Key. E. F. Baker of the An
drews Baptist church, interment
was in Sunset cemetery.1
Mr. Mallonee' was found with a
pistol' wofirid below the heart at
his home Sunday morning. His
mother said Tuesday that he told
her the shooting was accidental,
and that, later, on Monday at the
hospital he awoke and said to her,
"Mother, I want you and Daddy
to know it was accidental." There
was no inquest.
Mr. Mallonee practised law with
lus father, James D. Mallonee, Sr.
He represented the county in the
1941 lower house of assembly and
was chairman of the Murphy
school board. He was teacher of
the young men's Bible class in the
Methodist Sunday school .and a
He is survived by. his parents
and one sister, Mrs. John Edward
Spainhour. He has a number of
relatives in Macon county.
The active pallbearers were : W.
G. Darnell, Leon Axley, James
Parker, Charles Dickey, Hadley
Williamson, H A. Mattox, Dale
Lee, nnd Hubert Williams.
PL, rary pallbearers were the
members of the. Cherokee county
bar association ; members of the
Murphy school board, Murphy Boy
Scouts, and other citizens.
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Rev. C F. Roger
9:45 a. m. Bible school,
ll'a. m. Morning worship.
6:30 p. m. B. T. U.
7:00 p, m The Brotherhood.
i:00 p. m. Evening worship.
Rev. Hubert Wardlaw
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sermon.
MACON METHODIST CIRCUIT
Rev. J. C. Swaim
11a. m. Pattons Chapel.
3:00 Maiden's Chapel.
Rev. Philip L. Green
11-00 a. m Iotla
7 JO p. m. Snow Hill.
ST. ACNES EPISCOPAL
Rev. A. Rufue Marfan
10 a. m. Church schocd.
11 a. m. Morning prayer and
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