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VOL. XLV. N0- 7
WAYNESVILLE. NORTH CAROLINA
TlirKSDAY. JANTAUY 1, 1933
150 Members of Older
Boys' Conference Are
Expected Here Friday
Methodist C h u r c h j jyiany Thrills Are
fforc i tV IT., afiw
IH COUNTY ARE
CLOSED BY "FLU"
Hethel. Cruso And Kock Hill
Forced To Close Iiecau.se
Of Influenza Epidemic.
2 CANTON MOVIE
t v t si v m
BY J. E. MASS1E
Will Continue To Operate 1Ocal
Theatre, HuysS Strand And
Tn Rp Hpadnuarters
For Three-Day Meet
Boys From 18 Counties In West
ern North Carolina lo
Promised In "Once
In A Blue Moon"
of 150 Local People
Rehearsing For Play
Osborne Says Interest
In Farming In W. N. t.
Increased During 1933
m. : .1 Viqvo been madn for
P lrittj piano ----- -
:u 0ntrtain about 10U
SerTrf the Older Boys' Confer
.r nr,.t,. North Carolina
ence 01 . . c . ,,
which meets here on Friday, batur
V i c..-j.r f hi week. Head-
quarters of the conference have been
1 , , v, Wethor st church,
c siaoiisneu i n. - - v ,
and will be under the direction of C.
A Witherspoon, 01 tnanuw,
ciate inter-state secretary of the 1.
M The conference is comprised of boys
from the 18 counties in cstern
., i; on. heinir held
INOrin taroiiM "'ct-in
unde- the auspices of the Inter-State
Y M C A with cooperation ot tne
ll'i-Y and Rotary Clubs of this city.
The initial session will begin Jriday
night, January 20. at 7:30 o'clock.
During the conference a number ot
hr -mill he heard ln-
promineni. ? . r
Iduding (V N. Walker, trust oflicer of
, ...!..,; Powlr nnri trust compa-
ny. Asheville; Paul Elliott, of Western
Carolina Teachers college, Cullowhee;
Fred M Waters, oi iivihici .
city superintendent of schools, and
Delegation- will be made up of be
. . r c .1,,, ui.tY, ti'hnnl of vari-
ous communities of Western North
Carolina The conference is to be lor
dutusMiig boys' problems and to ar
rive at some program of efloit that
,,V , t.,tn.v ..Inmr everv line
of high school boy's activities. 1 he
theme of the conference will be
On Saturday night a banquet will
. j. il.. .1,'nimr Villi OT tn6
be st.ageu in tuts u , ,
Methodist church. This is Pted
.. u . t thk hip-h liehts ot the
ll 'LM VllV v ---r--
The members of the conference are
......i;.l in the homes ot
Deing cirn-i loiiivu
citizens oi uie , . ,
i. f,.,. the three (lavs ot
the conference is as follows:
5- 00 p. m. registration and assign
naent to homes for entertainment.
6- 00 p. m. meeting of program com
mittee. Delegation leaders and dis
CUSSlon luautin. , t
D. Bunn chairman prosiuing.
elcome by il.arry
Response by Doyle Roberts.
(Devotional message and praver
Roll call by delegations.
Appointment of committees,.
Address: "Christian Citizenship ,by
P. L. Elliott of Western Carolina
Teachers College, Cullowhee.
Benediction, Mr. Elliott.
Saturday, January 21.
9:00 a. m. assembly. -Songs.
Devotional message and prayer.
9:45 a. m. business election ol olh
a m. discussion group.
W. D. Smith
h. P. Miller
Fied M. Waters
A. J. Huchins
J. M. Chambers
(7 Rev. H. W. Baucom
11:45 a. in. .reassembly.
Reports from .discussion gioup.
12:15 Conference photograph.
Adjournment fur lunch.
The afternoon will be given to tups
of special interest in and around Wa-
nesville. , .
7:00 p. m. Conference banquet.
Invocation by Rev. H. . Baucom.
Address: 'Mr. C. N. Walker, trust
ill., branch Wachovia
Ullllt I ...... . -
Bank and Tru.st Co.
Sunday, January 22.
10:00 a. m. regular Sunday School
Assembly, mam auditorium.
Report of Findings Committee and
discussion of report.
Final message, Mr. Elliott.
11:00 a. m. regular preaching ser
(By C. R-)
1'rcparations are rapidly Hearing
completion for the production of "Unit
ill a Blue Moune. tue V"
edy drama to be stu'geU m the high
Bcnoi.1 auditorium, Wednesday and
jn.uisday. January an f, -
Kotiry i-iuu. xe j -used
to aid the Boy Scouts and Cm
Scouts of Waynesvile. -,.
i'he main cast has been having
splendid rehearsals and they promise
to give a performance that will bt
1 ,h ...l f.., .1. M. l.ong oi
llazelwood as that laL jolly old King
C(.lt. is one ol tne ouisu..u.
...t He falls in love wun -u..
M. Kellett as uuie io- "
imagine the unusual commnauon - .
the comedy .theo two line cha -t,.,s
will allord. Mrs. W. 1. law.
loul 1 the Lady of Yesterday ha.
hand in the romance ;
...... nlonir. 1 here is
u ,.,o :m i Didenuc of mfluen-
. :.. .. ...vtitvnK of the coun
tv. three rural sciwin i-l-v.,
and Rock Hill, have closed for a period
of at ieas a wit f -
er, it was aiwioumcu i'- j
at the office of Homer iiroj.
Four teachers of the Bethel school
facultv were absent trom scnooi u.
cause of influenza and about 2& per
"... v.0 ir,n ctndenLs of the school.
Wlien the teachers of the school realu-
ed the situation tney leiim-u
the school close in an eliorv 10
the epidemic. ,'
There are C teachers in the t . uso
faculty and about 215 pupils compose
the student bod. It was reported
that several cases of pneumonia were
in the Cruso section. .
More than one-hulf of the student
, , .1,., p ,,.! Hill school 'were
II nt from school because .f inHu
, and about one-fourth from the!
JZt t n closed schools on Monday
i" r .... , i i ....... i r,ii.
,f this week. 1 he s.noois n"
day afternoon. ,
flineer yesterday that'll! the
lownshi,. houU tlie.e wa.
' , , -flu" but not enough t0 be alarm-
su; can- w "--'i' ...........
.i. . ..v..., romance between Betsc.N
is.,i.,i n. Pierrette and 1" i
all happily mcndid ,n the end Ai
Ll i'a.un gives a line impersona
. , .u with two musioa
tu.n oi u.e unusual
well cast as Yum Yum. a thinis
w-" . - i li.ill isnt ioni
.'. 1 A4 n if Vi All t m down and we
piete wi-i"-v , Aii
1 . Allev.
goo.i one. - - ,inirU,ar
Li your eyen- . - . ,,.
Paul Beam as the loreauoi a u
t.the plot of the p ay auu
NCry line acting. "-"""V" ' V
ta ts a spell ol gioo, , -""-,
hears as Death anu mw '"' 7
Moody as the negro butler full ot
terror. Both are wen
Since this Alasque.aoe
nlace in a Business wens ' -
show opens wun uioui.u - . - ,
mess men lounging around in ;th
imr iokes. The action of the pU
lllg -or. .... i a nirers are
starts .wmie uiee ; "7 " th,
on the stage, A renearsa.
men who have been requeued to sing
will bP held tomgnt y""1.".'
7::(0 in the high scnooi huu. ......
Another large group oi i-.
ness men will be guests at the Mas-
uerade Ball. Each man "
ates some well known character both
S dr, and actions. They are intro
duced bv the clown and will enter-
ain you .n such a way that you won t
.. A rrtnlftp list Will Ot
soon torgeu """f, - ,
found in an ad on aniner 1'".;, ,
This group oi im-ii ... .
(Continued on page 5)
and almost good
more than 1(! 1"'
Last week three tea
nt from school hecau
i.idemic, nut an
few cases -of pneuiiionm
mli-nts. but non
be seriously il .
I" "Ihi"' :ire 'said
e of the recent
back at .their
t t- n.in....... nw-pr the Wayne
wood Theatre here, and. weu Know
business man ,
. . .i i nt r.nmmeree. last
local wimiiw' , ,, .,
1- t l. S Tfl-I 211111 .UJWlil..
wees uuusiii. ui-- - w
n.1. a oti ,,i iiu I ... - -
meant.--, v .-- , ,
Odom, former owner. The sale -February
u. -.-;. ctntivl vesterdav that
, xi.. on.i would continue
ocai vuane nvv . ..
.. .. tv,ot h.w been adhered to
tne jwiivj v..v - - ftu
at Canton in tne uf-ii.wv..
V 1 1 V Hi' "
i l.--t.-m.l ihiir. Mr. 3iai!
make Wavnesville his neauqua -although
he will make daily
.; to Canton.
While figures governing the-saiL
.. ..,..,,. l, I il was estimated
,, .i .nt i nrried in the two
m''1 'l 1.1,, air-Tieuatc
amusi meiu iuiu--v.- ,
siiiiHHi to $10000 H was learned
1. TV! 1' Slll-I k (T, UlUIHlll.,,.
. . i .. .. iiml owner ol
I Hilton nusmi---o .i,..i
Colonial t heat iv ouih.i.ik,
Mas.ie had a- umed the 1. i,e o
C.Umial building for a period ol
It .'was further announced tlirougn
.. i. a, .., r ( ii nt on.
. .. .. ... .',1.1 II ( 1 . ! I A , I I . V'i
i..- .... 1 1... miners, that tli
. .. i .i i,.., Iih: , ,ne-, owned l
raiui uu.iLt. c , .
i, oi ;n .,(' A iiiiii'doll. V I1-, had
,.; i , linked for a period ol liv
it,. M KKio The Strain
.'!..r.-, located on Main street. Th
I H 11 . I v .
WW Si J
Project To bet
Meeting WilTTie Held At
O'clock At Courthouse For
i Oslxirne Kc-elected Chairman Of
Hesional Committee During
ii i nl
o be of a mild
and Mr. Odom are
u few instance
J1MO AMU v '
attacked confined to.thn
than a tew iiavs.
Francis L. Fisher
Psickps Awav Early
Merchant Of llazelwood Dies
Krom HiRh IUocd lressure;
Was 111 Six Weeks.
!'.,(.. Mr M:
., :..... '..,..,, f I'linsiilerabu' expel i
m.. i i.i, ,in i:inie to I anion
l'"V,.' .,,'.:' m,,,i at which time he ol
,. ,,',,.. I,,.,- best talking pic
l ere.i m"'" ....... ;i
nres He assumed -the . manageui..
th..tri when it was
til tne i uiuni.ii ' " ,' , in')
i ... ,,,iMw n June, ly.t
iiieneu w mv . .
i ,. . '.ii,,,,!,! t iheiitre is coiiKideied
.i. ...i- . ,,, 1,1 he one of the nio
noderii houses in ---
, i in, n I-., evnerienco has
..;...i i,;, into many Ol l:ie fu-
"UI I n " """ "- ... ,
ing towns and cities oi
for the past. 20 years.
Francis L. Fishe.
of lla.elwood. died
... .i. .. r ,
ft'.. .1 'l(H'K ill H i
$6,000 Verdict Is
Upturned In Favor
. w . 1 1
Of Mrs, HarbecK
Wavnesville Woman Sued Wool-
worth Company For $,
000 in Damage Suit.
, age Till, merchant
it Ins home in 11a-
vtnirriiYlir at SIX
an illness of about
..l u;.u i. non ijjennuiv..
U'H'K Willi .
-vices were held from the
Hae'wood BaPt cnurt. ;
ten oVIocK A. m- 1,1 V
(J rem Hill .emetery Rev A v
of I anion, . ; .. ,
L.indruin of Ha7U.i.f
lh(v7TVXr wa. o member of the
,)(1!lld of aldermen fllavUwooi
Mi Fisher wa- a native of JaiK-
tha- count v n- I' ,olVunn
Kiinly Brown richer ai-o . . -
,.,u..t. He had neen a -H.IehKl,
vi here he was in bu-inc,
for a number of years,
Heside hi- widow h,. leaver 1 oui
.... i irttii'wii f in nt, i
Fnr Rnildinir And
l( (trr:inraiion flic
Almost To Half Million
Thix afternoon at :1:.10 o'clock m
the magistrates courtroom ti uu
third floor of the courthouse, a giu
muosed of representatives . non
each church, the Legion Auxiliary, ai d
civic organizations in Uie vomuiu..u,v
will meet to det-ule on a date for a
public mass meeting wlucn win i
held in the near future lor the ptirimse
f securing materials and a site lor
.i ;.,.. .,( n iNinimunilv house, or
i ne i n ' "' ' . , , a
, -I l:.... ... I, i,iil II . M. y
Ulllionn; hi '"
This work is being sponsored by tlu
local post of the American l-cgum.
V committee composed ol eleven
members of the Legion organization
met Tuesday night and liscussel
ii... mni'l me- and otlier
puins i - Kii,L
oliMses of the new projei i. .
I,,:,, Will. be erected for the pu''Pse ol
r. ii, .ivminnit v and not an
sei viii i "' . . . ,t
ingle or group oi "fi"""-'"
was noiniou nui.
he welfare oflicer of the ;""lv
, . i. .. , i i, l,i n hc j a 1
ras stated inai " ""K" , 'f.
i .i. ... I., ereel ine ihhhhhh
i i Mm " ' r . ,1. . ..i...
,1,1,1 be secured, even u. 1 , , . ,
In- Legion comniiltee ion u.v.
with this opportunity in
thev would solicit other organizations.
nod individuals' m an -en on
the site and inaterials f.,r t ie erect, m
f the building. WHICH woum mi ' .'
eider of a gymnasium ana a.M ........
iTiuling rooms and o m. - co,. .
where the tune could ue pus.-vu '""
in an uplillmg eiivimnuiiu
The Legion committee ,s y""i
f the following: . v.. m....' , -
,, ,1. t . rati UK, ' . ,
committee, B 1 minn. ;
lorn Lee,.). , I A ";;' " ' ,
(' C W alker, v reil i: .-" '""
Omipton and W. 11. lturgm.
There has been more mteicM. in
farming and its wiproyeme.it in
Western North Carolina during the
past vear than in any year of its his
tory, II. Arthur Osborne, chairman ot
HnM;,ina1 pniinril'OI tnO VV. IS.
5-10 Year Farm Program told a nut t
ing of over 500 farm leatlors at the
l'laza theatre in Ashevillo luisday
night Mr. Osborne was reelected
.ii, i i l-ni ii n of the regional cominittee.
Mr Osborne had charge oi me p;
ma.n and Bruce WVW, of Asheville.
introduced .the -speakers ot the meet-
The speakers -included H. L. Hum
mel, rural sociologist for the state
of Virginia. He told of community
plans and how to organize groups no,
only for betterment of community
nurkcting, but of eomimiiiity hie.
V S I'apy, "f Atlanta, manager
.,f the W hile L'rovision eoi"i.-o. "
Mih idi 1 1 of Switt and Compan, . -ulained
"The Valu.' of a Livestock
:,.- t;, .... ;..m Hi-
Mr.-, .lane S.. M.-Kimtno'i hcao el
N, H-th I'l.volina's home oemoiisi ,i
t;,in agents, spoke oi ill" necessity
, ' i'H hiding woiiH 'i i-i comimuiity or
; ii, ..at ioii 'work- .
A ii.nili.-irv of .u lH' vi-nu ntsi ltii in-r
. i. . r. i il ni-,1..
i.i,, unit year n ine ." r--
,,t . ,1
th.'' lirst speaker
s.u'y pieeliug f
Iv 5-10 yonr pro.
1,'iuliar a so a
I'.iein. j i.T.i .
and a Min, Clyde
Filling Station Is
Bobbed Wear Here
For Second Time
The sM.khold.is of the Home Build
'. ..i i ...... a w -mi inn met at t ne
mg aim i.mu. . , , )V,
courthouse Tu m!.i night for their
annual meeting and the election of di
rectors for the coming year.
Secretary J U Bovd n ad hi- le
p,;rt for the past .;.r and
ed on it. i "e ivi""
resources of the organi.auon . i ...
most a half million lolla.s. Mr Boyd
mafoimal statement stated that un
der p.tsent conditions the dnecto.s
.: f.. iVin nasi vear nan
organization i" " -been
The duet tors elec u-i ui j -
L, .1 Hatt, i . r. wi, n ...
Bu'hn.ll, Mr lorn m ring .-., - .
'. i.. vn i;ll...r ( . N. Allen, K.
Morgan, r ... i, -'",-,' . , ,
i - no' n 1,11,1 - -
Farm Agent Work
. . . , 4 .1
i M.mi inp (ii l armeis .m"
Dusincss Men Met Wnn
Phe thing to do is to go back a d
( luate the piople on the va ue ol
,1U. woik of a county "gen , I h. -man
Hva.t told a g.oup ol farm .
ul(1 hu-mess men that Utiod the
n m.ssioner's room to its .apa.ity
Vonday morning win n -
. intam.ng the names of huj. eN 'f
, ..;..tu men: farmers. 4-H ( lub boys
, 1 1 ,..,.i uresented to
night and ele.-t
fvr the coming
Miller Buys Stock
Trom George McElroy
Announcement was made this week
that L. A. Miller, local plumber, had
purchased all the plumbing supplies
of the George McElroy Plumbing
j-, . T ot-a .Tiinnln-k-si and has
oiniJiiiij . " - , i I
moved them into hi place of business i
ver lict of $6000 . in favor of the
, -. i--- Vnivl bv a tury l i
piainLin . -
Tlavwool county Supn.oi Court her
t oMock I ridav areuoon
, .-e of Mis. Lilhe C. -: ff
W aynesviui.-, "" .- . ...
worth company, of Ashevnle in which
Harbeck aKed lor f o -
f ininries received while ai uic
ore of the defendant in sriev uiv.
Tiv verdict was returned follow.in!; ,
of the hardest lougm; iegcu u
ronrt here in
ties stageu in ui ,ui
K-veral vears. The case went to the,
'irv at lill.l O ClOl lv aim ."V j- j
liberated unt.l 5 o'clock The charge
!!f Judge H. Hoyle Sink to the jury
.asted for more than an hour ;
Mrs.Harbecli sued tne x. . -
worth company for alleged negiig-
, . i r mnnmi t'r i jui-
:in the evening oi .....v.. 7 .
in placing slot machine scales in front
f its place of business in A-hcvillc.
which she said, caused her to lan
,n the sidewalk and fracture her
hin She said she was forced to stay
l n h.nit.aV for- many months and
hat she has never recovered from her
inJMrsT'Harbock was rcpre ented dur
ing the trial toy George - Ward and
: T vie Jones, of Asheville and Jo
seph E, Johnson, of Wayre-vme. ine
defendant company was represented
bv J- Bat Smathers ann .viuoie o. -on.
of Asheville. and Grove- C Davis,
The presentation of evice began
Wednesday afterno .
dudf-I Thursday atiornni o
-vhen arguments of counsel were be-
Ofticers Capture Another Set
Kohbers hile l)kin,
. For First ( roup.
Mk Dorothv Lee
Burnette, 205 Died
t U.n. the
r in ,
, r.hrvsler tourmj
- ....,1 f ' v l nine
lining station, ipo-ut . -h.-i-e
on the Asheville
i,. Air Woodward,.
f the station wane uowu w.v.
50 yards wmie im- ;.
trie cafh register; of
--a! ions of g-'s. '
M r.-; Wood ward can- -h
ia-n Wh( 111 lUUi I'V'v
a-nni' lmnivjuio'-'-'j '
i j .i". ... -
,o'.h 1 vl made tneir ts-i"
lr Canton officers immediately It t
f0i W ivnibvillc and on the way th.y
ere attracted by a fire in the s,d3
the roi-d and stopped to inveMigau
S found th.ee men burning o a
.. ;,ti i nn n new set Willi n
had jut be' n toll':i fr
whV Fillmff Station
county. . The men wei(,
supply of t(acx-o, (
shop tools were found
Thev were turned over
county authorities. . r m.
... The robbers that held up the C. anU
C. station escaped. This is the sec
,nl time since the first of the year
that this station has been held up.
The alleged robbers of the first hold
up were caught several days later,
a.- .i,.. 1 t'ii Itiirnelt
MISS I '! . 'i ' - - , . . ,
Wednesday morning at 2-:'. "l
. . r i- it..n ii v-m . .. ii i iJLt:'.
the. home oi .in. -
With whom she was boarding,
, . v.. :n !. short while,
parents, M r.. and. Mis. W.: L.-Bu. ilettt,
Sf Swannarioa, we, e at ,her ,bed"ide
Miss Hurnettewas a nmuerof the
-. ... f I!i.iS.i. N-hotil. ,h!
L'raduated last year. -at v
- . ii. ...,u.,n where she wa
at c uii".t"-M ,
i . ;r.nt member ol, tnt
c. T. r.
was a popular
,n it ted and
' : car
, ; -(:, mi be
hi Sigma .sociewji. ,.
lub, and an inter 'V':' ,
She was ta entea aionK ,.. j.
ing won; the. medal i : h. staU-
wide plai writing p,.trf,o
She was a memner oi mv: , -
uapt.t ,hur,ii oi ; hr
Mi's Uurncne i-, '
narents and threo hi other,, William
La.l, CTde, and lalmadge.
Funeral service, will be he W this
afteinoon at 2 o'clock at the leetree
.. . i. iili hit? returned to
, K:-iinvwood County Hos-
v r underwit an opera-
ion for appendicitis..
immissioners in an enoi t u,
the work of rounty agent.
county. .... f.,f th.,).
Mr. Hyatt stresseu imb i-"
.:. r i i,v was needed among
.: , r,l f.i this VVO,
. . L" h. .,id "vou are getting
.aiuiiiuKin . ,,fi,.,.
.1.. ...-.il, 1... iirniect. allel
along niceiy ". .vf- --
i . tv,..i unviVrul communities
,,, ml tet
pi aem. .in.Y
favor of the county agent work fuu
"Unless farmers are; getting ; -full
o. f i, county agent it will, be
useless to spend the taxpayer's mone
L- the office," Mt: Hyatt cmitmtH'd,
"We inns: also bear in mind that tne
finances: of the county, are
this time- and every .corner, mu-si, ..
:..' : ;,,.,i,.r tfc s;i vf us from niiv.mg
tuc. . in- "i - " ,,..., .
to h fault on our obiigations. .
Several members in the audience:
nude statements after Mr. Hyatt had
deluded his talk, that the farmers,
in. their repective eommuniti.'S were
from 75. to HO per cent for the con
tin ..a nee:., f the .county a gent s vork
Thn fact was also presenU'd to the
i . !). in tii ions had all been
ined of free accord of he signers
and1 that. no high pressude had ton
brought about to get their names , ,
During the course of Mr, Hyatt s
..i. . v,o cni,! that th, board had
a number ; ,of letters that gr
" -. : ;i ..,1-rails ask nar that er
;,l the first anniv
i iuii, in cliariro of
"Pre a. 10 Year I'arni program was.
l.iuiulud Ueiemhe. 11, l'.MI, luie m
tins theatei, when Fi.deruk L. Mur
i.hy and Charles l' Collisson explain..
,, the 'Minnesota I'lan' and how it
had - revolutionized production aim
marketing methods in the Northwest.
Our program did not actually get
under way until the chairman ot the
county men's and women's committees-met
the first week in January,
l!i:!2, and--organized themselves into
the 5-10 Year Farm I'rogrnm regional
council. This group, realming ine
diversity of Western North ( avolina,
the gieat distances of the lounliis
from one another, decided that un
less regular meetings were held the
enthusiasm- aroused would die down
and nothing would come of the move
ment. ' ,
"These people volunteered to meet
in Aheville once a. month until th
rough spots of the program had been
ironed out and it was generally "' -
iv' the pulilie at luige. "v
council met live times in Asheville and
once at the big livestock meeting at
Lenoir Gwyn's farm in uaywoo ,
nun m the lnt si month' Ke.ii
, ug'that these mee ings weie ot
ivh an inspirational nature that it
would be wis,, for interested ciu.ens
in the different counties to attend
them, the council was cut nno lour
livisions, meeting in different, towns
ii mm i n vitation. Kight of these hH'al
m. .tings weie held fro u ugust
f'p-st to December first, Mteiideiice
ha i. ranged at all these nieel in,;s from
10 to -10.
1 egi.ining of
coiiiities took iiU-'i,,T h;i.
:. K.;nu- 'lid ll'o'.' Uiolerst
use; ir.lt have- sine- hctiUTi
's e-radiialiy tniivirig.
"'1 he v ry
i tint y ag
show the e
;1 will x 1)1:
:r, l its
!.'- t thing
, u.mty wi
ile ; programs, .
ill the - peojite
. , I 1, ,T"I ..
agents, vocational teacueis. v...-v.tv...
live -marketing: organ Nations,- county
and commiiiiitv committees, aiol t ie
weekly and daily newspapers. ...-this
tnovemelit couhl not have sui'cceded
ii,,, uiiiiiKirt nf all the -above.
., and I wish at this time,
iaih and every: of these
, i tn I" a--i '.a-, x 1 ho
; Farm program has not
nntiir - anv agricultural
-co. but has tried to act as ;
oriranization - to foster
tried - to
and . sup-
agent. office not be rein.
A spokesman from the county stat
- d that his two boy sold tobacco for
i higher price this year because they
had been taught to grow the tobacco
through the 4 11 ClUlX ine ann um..
was about M0 increase for each tioy
it was said. , ,
Ano'her argument was presnuu.
(hit t'.e average Iramer neeueo .
this time someone to lead an ouecvj
them in marketing their catti,. anu
f-rm produce. : .
' The commissioners did not set any
Vfiiifi. f'ate for another hearing on
h-, matter but left the matter where
t was with the exception of having
heard more comment from a laiger
( Continued on page 5 )
picmnit. anytning m
oven bodv inti rented
will be published
County Oflicers Attend Con
vention In Ualeih
Ith' F. F.
1 of commissioners:of this
hat: chaun an Frank
k F-t tu km m tig'ther
M.tv Jr . count'
i -.! board.
nd K d w i n H a y ne s , cle r k t o
if' Monday to attend a
f rountv Com
n session in Raleigh.
The officials were scheduled lo re-tu-n
to the city Weiri-diy afternoon