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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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o. and N. C
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M N -j Master Joe
r Tvr and Mrs
K their ionsils re
ft .J rmmtv Hoa-
fvcted and we
h his brother in
.Lused Borne land
Restate and wiU
"""HT nf Mr. and
, action 01 , .
Iceo plots and the
fee farmers. r
Lt Sunday with
W Green. ' , v
MrS. C.B. McCrary ac-
tCrary, to Ashevuie on
,.,ert she wm
Business College. .
I Marines in London
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1942 FSA Loans
Qualified farnipr in H
county who at present do not own
I arms and who desire to apply lor
i i - ..
u loan 10 purcnase a lamuy size
farm under provisions of the U. S.
Department of Agricultures, ten
ant purchase program should file
their applications now with tha
Farm Security Administration,
Mr. Bailey, FSA supervisor, said
Seeking to give as many eligible
farm families as possible an op
portunity to own a farm of their
own, the Department of Agricul
ture is accepting applications for
loans which may be made any
time between now and June 30,
Applications should be filed at
once for loans to be made during
the fiscal year, so that the ap
proved families will have suffi
cient time to select farms and
make plans for the 1942 crop, the
.arm families who filed appU-
C. P, Cablephoto
United States Marines stand guard
in front of the U. S. Embassy In
London for the first time. Sixty
three officers and men of the Marine
Corps, including eleven rescued
when the liner Macadam was tor
pedoed, have been sent to the Brit
ish capital to act as fire warden.
tone, or laaiuii """v
rfttv strone believers in
IRoosevelt and his foreign
id much less temperate
trism. The X aaKin xup-
in the county seat
adkinville, tells of an in-
connection wUh the
temperence address of
Schallert. of Winston-
Center Methodist church,
ke scheduled speaker ar-
iht scene early and was
she superintendent of the
hoc! to address the men s
luring his talk he spoke
for Adolf Hitler, say-
as t man or temperate
Id of eood morals. Inci-
the speaker said he was
lorn and visited Germany
Yadkin folk, the paper
take their morals and
berance seriously and
t like it During the in-
between Sunday school
me for the scheduled ad
walked out on him. Not
left, because some of
I't hear his first remarks
pes, but practically all
ts and leaders of the
id most members of the
had previously addressed
e. ; -.. , :
?marks attributed bv the
p paper to the speaker
the Dresent war would
'k if the United States
hands off but now it will
last for six or seven veara
N his listeners to write
hressmen and senators
9 M. I
cations after July 1, 1940, for loans
this year, but which were not ap
proved Decause oi tacK ox xunas,
will not have to file new applica
tions. Mr. Bailey said that the
county tenant purchase commit
tee. comDosed of Thurman C. Da
vis, Charles R, Liner and C. S.
Rollins, will review these applica
tions strain and notify the fam
ilies if additional information is
needed. . .
Qualified applicants are recom
mended for loans by a committee
of three local farmers in each
county where the program is in
onpration. These committeemen
certify to the secretary of agricul
ture the applicants whom they
consider most deserving and best
Qualified to make a success of a
family-type farm. The loans car
ry three per cent interest and may
be repaid over a period of forty
years, although the borrower may,
of course, pay off the entire loan
mora ranidlv if he wishes.
Application blanks and full de
tails on the operation of the Bank-
head Jones tenant purchase act
are available at the county office
of the. Farm Security Administra-1
tion, which is located at county
court house, Waynesville.
11.1.1. M HAS MCVLR HAMUJ
If 14 saa-f
s- is rukw
r MAT rVXW.
(At Rtcordtd to Monday No
Of Tkii W4k)
J. H. Woody, et ux. to Frank H.
Miller, et ux.
White Oak Township
Iolet Jenkins, et nx. to Lloyd
Connard, et ux.
The aggregate length of the riv
ers in the state is about 3,300 miles.
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
Craft Of Tko
T.ni TTnnVpd Rues Weavinss
-Scarfs Bags Coverlets J
Candlewick Spreads Useiui
America On Guard!
Above is a reproduction of the
Treasury Department's Defense
Co vi rt era Pnst.pr. showinir an exact
duplication of the original "Minute
Man" statue by famed sculptor
Daniel Chester French. Defense
Bonds and Stamps, on sale at your
bank or post office, are a vital part
of America's defense preparations.
and tell them to refuse to give aid
to Britain in this war.
We cannot understand a man of
sufficient intelligence to make a
tamnornnfa address who is SO inr
temperate in his speech, and while
leaning strongly to me .uuviumb
t r,u mwh anH free oress. there
Ui Al uj..-
are times these privileges may be
t a in hi nnt.ivn country he
Buuacu. i ... - " -
probably would have been beheaded
for making remarKs less in
with the general attitude. There
never has been a law against a
man thinking what he pleases, so
long as he doesn't think out loud.
. . i 1 .
Jf NORTH CAROLINA,
I OF HAYWonn
fdersigned Hermine K.
IwTing this day qualified
'stratra of the esUte of
I Schramm, deceased and
Rred upon her duties as
Nistratrix, all persons
Fie take notice that if
indebted to said estate
M'd indebtedness and all
Nmin? an indo,VitoHnoa
M estate wiU file their
the undersigned on or
24th day of June. 1942.
f will be pleaded in
i recovery thereon.
21th dav nf Inn. 101
MNE K. SCHRAMM. '
Wx of Emma I.
rnnne 2RJni 9.10.17.
PI'RT TP AT-t-xt
P SUPERIOR COURT.
rnt, James L. Croorn,
We ho. k
oiperior Hnnrf ti...
- wsi ux xm w -
orth Carolina, to
,0omte divorce: the said
""I further tV nri
? lequired to appear at
j " oala vxunty with
f rthe 18th day of
tiS. ?,wer or demur to
Cnmt said action, or the
(YPply to the court for
landed in said com
i.lith, 1941. -
CSP"r Court, Hay-
"C.I.O." FOR FARMERS
I have decided to form a part
nership with John L. -.Lewis-and
Philip Murray, the big labor lead
ers We will call our company
the L.P.M. The M "tanas m
T ahall undertake to organize
the farmers on a C.I.O. basis. The
first thing I intend to do is ca
a strike. Half of the farmers W"i
Mn,'rrl t ait down during the
crop growing season while the oth
er half will be requirea
during the crop harvesting season.
Every member 01 tne organ'""
11 1 ... nor rwi dues Dei ore
WUi QHVC w fJ ,
he will be permitted to join us and
sit down, isotnmg wui
the army or anybody connected
with the government We ri
consider, however, dealing wun .
n,tKHi nH Uncle Sam if he will
sign up to trade with us on a fair
basis, paying for corn
for cotton, 40 cents a pounu; ,
tome, 2 a bushel; oata, wua, m
a night.-Gee Mcuee, ieaaer,
derson County, S. C, in The Pro-
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