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NOVEMBER 13, 1941
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
his Week In Defense
i.;r dv radio.
Ht w have to make
S we nake our full
I.. ShU We. . limit
r " produce w
rn'r products today and
lWMt Or shall we remain
l our present rate of
Ji e President said,
f zL of realism realism
shifts, day; the
nf every vital machine
""ute of every day and
C staying on the job
'"n there is still 'plenty
V And their tombstones
the legend 'Too late". -
I END-LEASE AID
(ISdent arranged a $1,000,-
ton to Russia under the
In, Act -.The loan carries
mi Repayment partly in
X-wiU start five year, af
end3 and is to be com
i in 10 years from that time.
the 24th anniverMry of
iet revolution, the President
sphed the Soviet Government
confident that the sacrifices
brings of those who have
(oarage to struggle against
kiion will not nave una
pedo the night of October 29-30
while in a convoy near Iceland. The
navy revised its list of casualties
on the destroyer RUBEN JAMES
to show two known dead and 98
missing and eiven ud for Hph
The vessel was torpedoed while
convoying near Iceland. There
were 45 survivors.
The President transferred the
entire coast sruard to the naw Hp.
partment and asked Congress for
an additional $449,820,000 for the
navy. The coast guard transfer
gave the navy 230 patrol and aux
iliary vessels and a" large number
ol m-snore and port craft.
ltt Secretary Hull announced
i s. transmitted to miana a
! r0r frnm the Soviet Union
,v Mr-e that Finland must
I UK "u ' " -----
evidence of willingness to dis-
. . . 1 1 A m HnAattAna
imiii m i i i l a i v upci oiiwuo
Est Russia if Finland wishes to
0, S. fnendship. Mr. JiuU
rninimcpd that if Germany
tot pay $2,967,000 damages for
h the ROBIN MOOR, the
would be erouned with other
lag cases for adjustment after
nr. The President told a
tonference the U. S. is con-
ht with-drawing Marine de
Inents from China. Japan dis
tA i unecial envov to the U.
h further discussion of Far
SHIPS ATTACKED ;
be navy announced the U. S. S.
IKAS, navy oil tanker, reach
trt safely and with loss of life
lite lerious damage from a tor-
BTICE OF SALE OF LAND
nder and hv virt.nfl at an order
ft Superior Court of Haywood
Ity, made in the Special Pro
Iiur entitled C. W. Wrieht Ad-
strator of the Estate of Mrs.
line Wright, deceased, and
n ex parte, the undersigned
imissioner will on the ZStn
of Novemhpr. 1941. at 11 ;Oft
k A. M., at the court house
in the Town of Wavnesville.
pii Carolina offer for sale to
highest bidder, for cash, the
ping described property to-
M No. 1: Lvine and beine
irdam Township. Haywood
TO, North Carolina, and
and more nartieularlv de-
fed as follows: Begins on a
corner of lot 9 and runs E.
wt to a stake in the east
wry line of G. W. Ferguson;
north 1 degree E. 100 feet to
P'e: thence s i Hr w inn
to the beeinnintr. Reiner lots
Sand in nf th.nnK
feu. W.Ferguson lands,
Fm Tract: Bearins at a Stake
e east side of street S. W.
P of lot No. 9 and runs E. 116
stake- then N. 1 deir. E.
eet to a stake- thon
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"oieet to the beginning. Be-
u lot Nn Q t ,;a
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la the 28th Hnv f rWnW
CT. W. WRIGHT,
r27-Oct. 30-Nov. 6-13-20.
Quick To Treat
fchrtmi , ... ' .
hriw, uutr1MS may aevelop if
Knotateold,0r uute bn"
. nelp loosen and exDel ircrm
Wfrt m , and ftid nature to
heal raw, tender, inflamed
Kte&n .bl,ends beechwood
hTwiPwial process with other
WttS r,CllleS f0r COUghS.
lhaw fSrj1?wmMy medicines
Kdern'i1,01 Creomulsion with
?lt ouwSSdl,ng you mus "ke the
fowl"3 seP. or you are to
UJaoney back. (Adv.)
The navy reported that during
the first 10 months of 1941, keels
were laid for 115 new combat shins.
34 ships were launched and 25
ships were commissioned. The
Maritime commission reported the
first three Liberty cargo ships
will be delivered the "week of No
vember 18. The commission has
so far launched 148 new ships and
delivered 118 as result of its long
range and emergency programs.
The War Department reported
the rate of delivery of critical ar
mament and ammunition to the
army by June, 1942 will be 360
times the rate during May, 1910
when 21,000,000 worth was dehv
ered. The rate, the department
said, increased 40 times by June
of this year, 60 times by Septem
ber, and 80 times by October.
Aid to Britain and Russia
OPM Material Director Bat said
in a radio speech from Washing
ton he had returned from the aid
conference in Moscow with the
thought that the "sensible, sane
and selfish" course for the U. S.
"is to deliver the goods-every-
thing we possibly can provide-
into the hands of people who can
use them . . . against the enemy
while he is still thousands of miles
from our shores. ..."
Magic: five Quarts Equals One
The magic of mcd.ni dairy Industry make It poaribk to shrinkflrs
fnarta of fluid milk Into om quart of dried milk. AM water and dried
milk powder become, fluid again. Dried milk to tt omand for
xport U friendly nation, abroad. It take, ttttle space to the hold,
of ships, May. sweet without refrigeratkm, and ean be wed areb
stituU for freak milk for ehfldrea. Tk U. i. lpartmeiit of Agril.
tr. ha. placed dried milk high on the Bet -dfM food." whow
d erednetieii la .ougbt durtof 141 '
public fully informed.
The Labor Department reported
its daily price index of 28 basic
commodities rose 1.3 per cent dur
ing the week of October 17 to 24,
bringing rices in the index to
more than 34 per cent higher than
a year ago. . .
The President directed Secretary
of War Stimson to take possession
and operate the Bendix, N J. plant
of Air Associates, Inc., after a dis
pute developed at the plant over
the reinstatement of strikers on the
recommendation of the Defense
Mediation Board. Colonel Roy M.
Jones, in charge of 2,100 soldier,
who took over the plant, said, "em
ployees desiring to return to their
jobs will be given all necessary
protection. . . ."
The Defense Mediation Board
began hearings on the labor dis
pute involving captive coal mines
in the Appalachian area after the
United Mine Workers voted to ac
cept the President's request to re
turn to work in the interest of
defense pending settlement of the
dispute. The U. S. Conciliation
Service reported Settlement of 30
other labor disputes.
President Roosevelt receives nine-
tenths of mother's estate.
FFA Boys Hosts
Of Annual Banquet
The Smoky Mountains National
Park chapter of the Future Farm
ers of America held their annual
banquet last Thursday evening at
their chapter house on the high
school grounds with Carmel Hol
lingsworth, president, presiding.
Around one hundred were pres
ent for the affair. The autumnal
motif was used in the riecoiations,
with harvest groups and colorful
leaves advantageously arranged
about the large room. Mrs. Inez
Brooks and Miss Bessie Boyd were
in charge of this feature.
The dinner was prepared under
'he supervision of MisB Meredith
Whitaker, home economic teacher,
and some of her students. They
were assisted by Mrs. Swan Hen
drix, Mrs. Henry Francis, Mrs.
Carl Francis, and Mrs. J. C. Brown.
The main theme of the pro
gram was the showing of a motion
picture, "Green Hand," which gave
the romance of the future farmer
and his work.
J. C. Erown, teacher of the vo
cational agricultural classes and
others were special guests.
Chemist's studies promise an age
of "centenarian youngsters."
Notice Of First
Death Of Local
The local draft board has re
ceived official notice of the death
of Frank Arthur Smith, Jr., 23,
the first to be recorded of a
draftee signed in the local office,
which occurred in regular line of
duty. .'; i.'
Young Smith was a native of
East Point, Ga. He was living
in this area at the time the local
draft board was set up, and was
employed by the Public Roads Ad
ministration at work here on the
Blue Ridge Parkway. After filling
out his papers in the office here
He had been with the Canadian
Royal Air Force since April of last
spring. While details of his death
have not been received the notice
stated it occurred while in active
AUSTIN, Texas Two craters,
formed by falling meteor, age. ago,
have been discovered a few mile,
from Odessa, in West Texas, adja
cent to the giant meteorite crater
that is now being explored under
the direction of geologist, of the
University of Texas. One of the
new craters has a diameter of 70
feet at the top, while the other is
Barber's Orchard Has .
15-Inch Rome Beauty
One of the largest' apple, ever
shown here was a beautiful bright
red Rome Beauty, 15 inches around,
and weighing a pound and six
ounces. The apple was grown at
The orchard ha. 200 to 300
young Rome Beauty trees high on
the mountain, and the average ap
ple from these trees were of tee
large "variety this year.
The apple i. in the bank here.
U. S. yard, completed ten new
.hip. during August.
Sleep Sounder Get Up Feeling
Great More Keady lor A
Good Day. Work
To b normal your lhrr ihould dichrir
about full quart of difcatton-aldin bit
- .1-- A anantw alOWiHC
up may naan alck BaadachM, BUiourma,
Foot Dictation, mai nauwa, -"-Ming.
, . .
Hnap out of ttl Get a bottW of Kruaciwa
Salta tonlcrit. Start right in tomorrow
momliUT and Uka U, tcaapoonful fa a flaaa
of water (hot or oold bait an hour ba
fnre break fa it and keap this up lorlo
daya. Do thla and rou too may know what
it la to get up fMlinar fit and rtady for
t iwal dav's work. Try Kruacban for tho
nxt SO daya and aaa what It meana U you
whan Btl flowa fraaly on our ruarantaa of
aatiafaction or monay r fun dad.
Smith'. Cut Rate Drug Store.
Fact and Figures v, ; v.
Archibald MacLeish, librarian of
Congress, was. appointed by the
President to direct a new Office of
Facts and Figures to' "formulate
programs designed to facilitate a
widespread and accurate under
standing of the . status and pro
gress of the national defense ef
fort." The new office will advise
Government agencies how they can
best present information and data
on national defense to keep the
Defense Housing Co-ordinator
Palmer reported 1,285 publicly
financed defense homes were com
pleted during the week ended Oc
tober 25, bringing the total ready
for occupancy to 46,672. Homes
being built or already completed
under . the . defense program now
The undersigned, haying quali
fied as administrator, c. t. a. of
the estate of Miss Nellie Collins,
deceased, all persons having claims
again said estate are hereby noti
fied to file the same duly verified
with the undersigned, Herbert Col
lins, Clyde, N. C, on or before
October 30, 1942, or this notice
will be pleaded in bar of recovery
thereon; and all persons indebted
to said estate will make settlement
Administrator c. t. a. of Estate
of Nellie Collins Deceased.
No. 1126 Oct 30-Nov. 6-13-20-27-Dec.
4 '. ': . .', '-. ; '
-"- Civilian. Supply -.
Priorities Director Nelson or
dered a 35 per cent reduction in
the use of steel by non-mechanical
ice refrigerator manufacturer, and
a 17 per cent cut in production of
r1nmeati wnohprs nnA ironerfl. Mr. I
Nelson said that in one year 32,000
tons of steel would be saved by
the latter cut.
The M a r i t i m e Commission
: launched two more Liberty ships.
(The navy announced the 368 craft
in its small-boat building program
I are being built by 76 firms through
out the country to spread the work
as far as possible.
Nazis say they are ready to sink
any ship in their "war iones."
NOTICE SERVING SUMMONS
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
CARMEN LUCILE ROBINSON,
The defendant, Ed Robinson, will
take notice that an action entitled
as above has been commenced in
the Superior Court of Haywood
County, N". C, to secure an abso
lute divorce from said defendant
on grounds of two years separation;
that the said defendant will fur
ther take notice that he is re
quired to appear at the office of
the Clerk of the Superior Court of
said County and State in the Court
house in Waynesville, N. C, within
TWENTY (20) days after the 23rd
day of November, 1941, and an
swer or demur to the complaint filed
in said action or the plaintiff will
apply to the Court for the relief
demanded in said complaint.
This October 21, 1941.
C. H, LEATHERWOOD,
Clerk Superior Court of Hay
wood County, N. C.
W. R. FRANCIS,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
No. 1124 Oct. 23-30-Nov. 6-13.
f YOU CAN AFFORD AN AUTOMOBILE
V . . .
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF HAYWOOD.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
vs.. . '
RICHARD SUMMER. ;
The Defendant above named will
take notice that an action enti
tled as above has been commenced
in the Superior Court of Haywood
County, North Carolina, by the
Plaintiff against the Defendant
on statutory grounds and the De
fendant will take further notice
that he is required to appear. be
fore the Clerk of the Superior
Court of Haywood County, in
Waynesville, North Carolina, on or
before 30 days from November
13th, 1941, and answer or demur
to the complaint herein filed.
You will take further notice that
if you fail to answer or demur to
the complaint within the time re
quired by law, the Plaintiff will
apply to the Court for the relief
demanded in the complaint, namely,
an absolute divorce.
Given under my hand and seal
of the Court, this the 20th day of
C. H. LEATHERWOOD,
Clerk of the Superior Court of
Haywood County, North Carolina
No. 1122 Oct. 23-30-Nov. -13
'0B cn afford Automobil Inturanct. As m-tter of fd
YU Can't .ffJ a. L iL-..a ft A.:4nf aral cxDcnsivf
wiiwiu to oaj WIUIWU ! r -
'9 nav -4 . . L. J uvinat.
-i vii you your Car j nvmi aim '"
L N. Davis and Company
Street Phone 77
Having qualified as administra
trix of the estate of T. W. Fergu
son, deceased, late of Haywood
County, North Carolina, this is to
notify all persons having claims
against the estate of the deceased
to exhibit them to the undersigned
at Waynesville, North Carolina, on
or before the 23rd day of October,
1942, or this notice will be plead
ed in bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted to said es
tate will please make immediate
This the 23rd day of October,
MRS. T. W. FERGUSON,
Administratrix of T. W. Fer
guson. No. 1125 Oct 23-30-Nov. 6-13-20-27.
51 Power Curtailmenit
The following is an excerpt from a telegram received Thursday night,
November 6th from OPM's Donald M. Nelson in Washington:
rPursuant to paragraph B (1) o! Office ol Production
, Management Limitation Order L-16 you are hereby
v notified that, the date lor applying the percentage
Umitation ol the order, go far as It affects your cus- -tomers.
has been Indefinitely postponed. This tele
gram is your authority and direction to notify all con
sumers affected by Paragraph B (1) ol this postpone
ment." Large Commercial and Industrial customers of our company, such as
manufacturing plants, textile mills, hotels, office buildings, large stores
and others using 10,000 kilowatt hours of electricity or more per month,
who have received by mail specific instructions for procedure under
the original order (L-16) are recjuested to disregard such instructions
and continue operations on normal schedules.
BLACKOUT PROVISIONS OF
ORDER REMAIN IN EFFECT
Again we quote from Mr. Nelson's telegram:
"This postponement in no way affects the blackout provisions of the order
which remain in full force ana effect?'
The "blackout" provisions do NOT require a restricted use of electric service for
all purposes it refers only to specific non-essential services listed below. No
limitations have been placed upon the use of electricity for other purposes.
TH E FO LLOWING USES O F
LIGHT ARE STILL PROHIBITED
2. Show Window Lighting
4. Interior or Exterior
Lighting for Decorative
or Advertising Purposes.
1. Sign Lighting
3. Outline Lighting.
Flood Lighting or
Field Lighting for
Amusements or Sports.
OPM Limitation Order L-16 imposes penalties for continued use of
POWER & LIGHT
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