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IjRSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1941
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
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Legislature Ready to
Tackle Job of Finding
Money For Budget
Starts Law Career
Program Presented To Leg
islature; Plan To Hurry
By Elmer "Oettinger, of the Insti
tute of Government Staff
Introduction of the 1941 (Revenue
and Appropriation Bills in both
houses highlighted the second week
of the 1941 General Assembly. A
score of other important public
measures, including reapportion
ment and congressional redisrict
ing, educational, utilities, agricul
tural, highway and usury legisla
tion, were presented and sent to
The 33-page Revenue Act, com
prising amendments to the perma
nent 1939 measure, recommends no
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COFFEE Chase & Sanborn 211
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Sausage Seasoning 10 oz. 200
jlacaroni or Spaghetti, 16-dz. 100
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CABBAGE, firm heads 4 lbs. 10(
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1EEF ROAST, native, lb. 171
1EEF LIVER, native, lb. 191
10UND STEAK, native, lb. 250
10L0GNA, lb. 12H
1REAKFAST BACON, lb. 230
new or additional tax levies, but
does contain several administia
tive and procedural amendments.
Of particular interest is the section
extending the exemption list of
foods and food products from the
state sales tax. Another bill, intro
duced the same day, further ex
tends the exemption list to include
virtually all foods and food mate
rials for the home table, in keep
ing with Governor Broughton's
The Appropriation Act sponsors
a record state spending program
totaling $176,266,176 for the next
biennium. This includes $3,514,029
for the retirement of teachers and
state employees, and increases of
(8,300,000 for the state highway
fund, and 15,865,416 for state aid
Both the Revenue and Appropri
ations Acts are now undergoing
extensive revisions in the hands of
the Joint Finance and Appropria
tions committees, respectively, and
it will be several weeks before tney
emerge on the legislative floors for
debate. No changes were recom
mended in the continuing 1939 Tax
Machinery Act by the Advisory
The reappointment bill would
give an additional House member
each to Guilford, Mecklenburg,
.Buncombe, Cabarrus and Cumber
land counties, and subtract a rep
resentative from Halifax, Nash,
New Hanover, Rockingham and
Wayne, putting into effect a con
stitution revision of . membership
under the 1940 census. To pro
vide for a twelfth federal congress
man, a twelfth congressional dis-
i trict, composed of Buncombe, Clay,
Graham, Haywood, Henderson,
Jackson, Macon, Swain, and Tran
sylvania counties,: is provided in
the redisricting bill. Cleveland,
Gaston, Madison, and Yancey coun
ties would be moved from the tenth
to eleventh district,
A measure providing for a nine
months school term heads the list
of several significant educational
bills introduced. Other measures
would require state maintenance
and repair of roads leading from
state maintained highways to pub
lic schools, sufficient to accommo
date school buses; would author
ize the use of school buses to trans
port children on field trips in vo
cational subjects; and provide the
IN. C. College for Negroes in Dur,
ham with state reports, laws and
documents in equal amount with
the University library in Chapel
To curb excessive interest charg
ed by small lending and credit
agencies a measure making a mis
demeanor the charging of more
than 6 per cent, under any guise",
was introduced, as Was a bill to
appropriate $50,000 for each year
of the next biennium for the State
Department of Agriculture to com
bat the Japanese beetle with the
co-operation of the Federal Gov
ernment. Persons unemployed due to floods
will be gratified to know that Rep
resentative Weeks, of Edgecombe,
introduced a bill designed to make
them eligible for unemployment
compensation benefits Weeks also
presented an act to prevent driv
ers': license revocation for first of
fense in liquor or narcotics, if the
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Beginning work as a f 40-a-week
tlerk In the law firm of Wright,
Gordon, Zachry & Parlin, Franklin
D. SooaflTelt, Jr., son af the Presi
ient, is ah own at his desk in New
fork. RooMTelt, 26, received his
law degree from the University t
Virginia last June.
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The fifth annual meeting of the
shareholders of the Junaluska Tan
nery Credit union was held in the
aseehibly room of the Tannery
Thursday evening, at which time a
satisfactory report of the past year
was made by the management The
treasurer, L. C. Davis reported 182
members on the current roll.
Officers elected are as follows:
Board of directors, F C. Compton,
president, L. C. Davis, secretary
and treasurer, W. B. Winchester,
L. J. Martel, and J. F. McClure.
Credit committee: Dave Wiggins,
Claude Browning, and Julius
Supervisory committee; J. E.
Shields, J. V. Blalock and R. A.
The directors are scheduled to
meet Boon and elect officers for the
ensuing year. Approximately 90
per cent of the employees of the
Tannery here are active members
of the credit organization.
After the meeting was over mu
sic was furnished by the Hazelwood
String Band at which time sand
wiches and coffee were served.
100 Enter First National Bank
Rural Beautification Contest
More Than $300 Will Be
Offered In Cash Prizes To
The number of contestants, to
taling 100, in the county wide rural
home beautification contest, which
is being conducted during the year
by the First National Bank, has
gone beyound the expectations of
The contest will be closed on
October the 1st, and the contest
ants will be furnished with de
tailed instructions and the judges
appointed in the near future. More
than $300 will be given in prizes.
The 100 contestants according to
townships are as follows : Jonathan
Creek township with entries: Mrs.
W. T. Rainer, Mrs. R. W. Howell,
Mrs. F. R. Kennedy and Mrs. Fred
Waynesville township, with 11,
Mrs. R. L. Underwood, Mrs. Dave
Wiggins, Mrs. G. E. Green, Geo. W.
Liner, Mrs. Harvey Beach, Mrs. R.
O. Allen, Mrs. Henry Francis, Mrs.
Carroll Morrow, Mrs. Carroll Mc
Cracken, Mrs. W. H. McCracken,
and Mrs. Ben Medford.
Pigeon township, with 8 entries,
Mrs. Welch Singleton, Mrs. John
Cathey, Miss Alma Chambers, Mrs,
C. S. Terrell, Mrs. C. E. Mainous,
Mrs. H. C. Flowe, and Mrs. Jim
East Fork township, witn J en
tries, I. R. Harrell, Mrs. Joe L.
Michal, and Ira H. Cogburn.
White Oak township, with 2 en-
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judge so recommends, and to pro
hibit license revocation Or suspen
sion for any offense until final con
viction. Another measure makes
a misdemeanor the operation of
huses not having two separate
doors on opposite sides of the ve
Measures with a legal aspect
would : have grand jurors drawn
the first criminal term after July
1, 1941, nine for one year, nine for
six months, and nine at first crim
inal term after each January and
July thereafter; make unnecessa
ry the service of process on infants
where the guardian has been serv
ed: allow the presiding judge to
charge the jury to render a verdict
in the second degree where first de
gree burglary is charged; and
permit the court to stay trial pend
ing arbitration, when such an
agreement exists and has not been
defaulted. : -
Other publie- bills- introduced:
during the week included: provi
sion for the county of legal settle
ment to bear expenses of care for
indigent persons pending their re
moval to that county; making re
tail or unlicensed use of fireworks
a misdemeanor; granting the right
to eminent domain to franchise
motor vehicle carriers or union bus
station fcompaniee to establish
union bus stations; providing for
seizure of fishing nets or other ap
pliances that have been used ille
gally; and clarifying the Utilities
Commissioner's right of supervi
sion over municipally-leased util
ities.:'. ., . .
tries, Sam Ledford and E. W. Mc
Fines Creek township, with 2 en
tries, Mrs. N, C. James and Mrs.
W. B. Noland.
Crabtree township with 14 con
testants, Mrs. Mila McCracken,
Fred Noland, Mrs. J. F. Rogers,
Mrs. Annie McCracken, Mrs. Clin
ton McElroy, Mrs. A. C. Walker;
Mrs. F. A. Justice, Mrs. Grace
Giles, Mrs. A. R. Dotson, Mrs. W.
H. Neese, Mrs. Glenn Palmer, Mrs.
Rachael B. Weston, Mrs. Lily
Rose, and Mrs. W. J. McCrary.
Ivy Hill township, with 10 en
tries, J. M. Allison, J. E. Fergu
son, C. A. Campbell, Mrs. Ernest
Edwards, Verlin A. Campbell, Mrs.
Wilbur Whidden, Mrs. Amos
Moody, Mrs. C. O. Newell, Mrs.
Dave Plott, and Mrs. Sam L.
Clyde township, with 7 contest
ants, Mrs. Fred Ferguson, Mrs.
Grady Rogers, Mrs. George Rogers,
Mrs. B. B. Latimer, Mrs. Ed San
ford, Mrs. Albert McCracken, Mrs.
Beaverdam township, with 25
entries, Mrs. Mary Russell, Mrs,
Frank Ensley, Mrs. Elmer Kuyken
dall, Mrs. Tom Hipps, Mrs. Mark
Swain, Mrs. Sherrill Jimerson,
Mrs. Roy Robinson, Mrs. Edgar
Moore, Mrs. W. Sam Robinson,
Mrs. Harley Wright, Mrs. Troy
Davis, Mrs. Paul R. Robinson,
Mrs. Larry Burrell, Mrs. T. G.
Murray, Mrs. R. C. Gossett, Mrs.
Charles Mease, Mrs. W. L.
Ammons, Mrs. Luther L. Smath
ers, Mrs. L. M. Smathers,
Mrs. Maude Medford, Mrs. W. S.
McElrath, Mrs. Earl Poe, Mrs.
Leta H. Smathers, Mrs. Harley G.
Reno, and Miss Lura Wright.
Cecil township, with 6 entries,
Mrs. Thomas Erwin, Mrs. J. Edgar
Burnett, Mrs. Coy Pressley, Mrs.
Ira Massie, Mrs. Geo. O. Allen, and
Mrs. Jerry Francis.
Iron Duff township, with 9 en
tries, Mrs, J. S. Davis, Lee Noland,
G. B. Hogan, J. R. Caldwell, Mr.
and Mrs. Oral Yates, R. F. Davis,
Mrs. Frank Bryson, Mrs, C. F.
Medford and Mrs. T. C. Davis.
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