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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Will Soon Be Jolt
By CHARLES P. STEWART
(Central Press Columnist)
THE FOOD rationing we've e
perienced thus far hasn't been a
circumstance to what it promises
to develop into under the commii
tee just set up under Agriculture
Secretary Claude R. Wickard's
chairmanship, but with War Pro
duction Board Chief Donald w.
Mplann doinc most of the actual
bossing, assisted by the heads of
about two dozen other emergency
agencies, each making suggestions
There are rows over rubber and
gas rationing already, but, after
ail, folk don't literally go hungry
for rubber and gasoline ana uv
do for food.
Not that I suppose anybody 11 be
denied a sufficiency to keep him
from losing weight. However, most
of us have a few favorite aisnes
that we like a great plenty of, and
some of them may be cut down on
pretty hard. Illustratively, we're
slightly pinched as to sugar now,
and my wife, who has quite a sweet
tooth, says she doesn't get enougu.
I give her most of what's coming
to me, for my teeth aren't particu
larly sweet. I have a strong prede
Motion for tomato juice, though,
and what I'm betting is that this
new committee will soon be ration
ing that to such an extent that it'll
have to be served to me with a
medicine dropper instead of the big
pitcherful of it that my appetite
In short, I don't believe that
many of us will get all of what he
or she especially wants.
International In Scope
The aggravating part of it will
be that the rationing won't be ex
clusively to economize on edibles
that we, as Americans, are rather
shy on. If we're nationally so short
of some sort of chuck that each in
dividual must be contented with a
comparatively small plateful of it,
or part of us will have to go entire
ly without, I take it that most of
us will be willing to share and
share alike with everybody else in
the United States. This coming
period of rationing, however, is to
be on an international scale. That
is to say, we and all the rest of the
anti-Axis democracies are to be in
Suppose, for example, that we,
here at home, have ample resources
in apple pie, for just as much as
there's an appetite for at every ta
ble in our own land. But suppose
that Britain, Russia and the Chi
nese are fairly perishing for apple
pie. In that event, well have to
content ourselves with half a slice
apiece in order to divide up with
these allies of ours.
My guess is that itll make a
Yankee apple pie fiend kinda sore
to feel that he's being stinted, not
for his own countrymen's benefit,
but for the benefit of the British,
Kussians and Chinese.
It's true, they'll be doing the
same thing to supply us with their
various specialties, but maybe
they II be specialties that American
apple pie eaters aren't interested
Getting this system inaugurated
was the purpose of the recent visit
paid to Washington by London's
Production Minister Sir Oliver
Lyttleton. He took the subject up
with our Production Chairman (we
aren t classy enough to have "min
isters") Nelson. Sir Oliver de
scribed what he was after as "in
ternational production intesrra
tion." Don Nelson was acquiescent
and the committee s going.
There's military integration also.
That's what Admiral Lord Louis
Mountbatten has been here attend
mg to. He's the British "Comman
do" expert. Until he arrived and
explained it, I didn't understand
what the term commando meant,
Now I know. It's a multiplicty
naval activity, submarines, land ar
tillery, infantry, Cavalry, aviation
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
NtlA McDANIEL BRAM
LETT Widow of T. R. Bram
lett, Dec'd. et al.
L. H. BRAMLETT, MAUD
BRAMLETT ALLEN AND
HUSBAND, GEORGE AL
' LEN, et al.
The defendants, Maud Bramlett
Alien and husband, George Allen,
win taKe notice that an action en
titled as above
mtnced in the superior court of
Haywood County, North Carolina,
to have allotted and set apart a
uower interest ol the above named
, widow on the lands owned by T.
R. Bramlett. deceased- nH v,,
defendant will further take no
tice that they are required to ap
pear at the office of the Clerk of
the Superior Court of said County
in me courtnouse in Waynesville,
North Carolina, on the 27th day
of July, 1942, and within 10 days
mereaiier, answer or demur to the
complaint filed in said action,
or the plaintiffs will apply to the
court for the relief demanded in
This the 26th day of June, 1942.
C. H. LEATHERWnnn.
Clerk Superior Court, Haywood
and everything else of a sort to
raise military Hades on Axis
fronts. It's a combination of all
arms, from the zenith on down.
And they do say that Hades is
what it IS.
Employed against an enemy, you
can't kick on a unification of that
Shipping fits into integration
likewise the carrying of men and
supplies, I mean.
Diplomacy and propaganda are
So's industry and so are economics.
But when integration get into a I We hope that there will be addi
matter of international household ! t,onal news from Shangra-la in
representing Uncle Sam, John Bull,
Joe btalin and, Chiang Kai-sneKT
Whatll the American housewife
groceries it seems to me that it
starts to get personal. Having
American rationing done from
Washington? oh, yeah! But ha v.
the near future.
Am offensive spirit can be a
dangerous affair unlesn . vou are
ing it done by a committee, Jointly properly prepared.
Board To Be Here
A renresentative of the Ashe-
ville field office of (he Social Se
curity board will be at the Waynes
ville post office on Thursday, July
9, at 10:00 a. m.
Wage earners who have worked
in a jod covered oy we social se
curity Act since December 31,
1936, and have attained the age of
65. mav be eligible to file claim for
themselves, their wives, or minor
children, whether they have an
account number or not.
Surviving relatives of deceased
workers, such as widows, children
or parents, or if none of the above,
persons who have paid funeral ex-
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RINS0- 3 for 250
. We trust that you will nev
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a physician, it is comforting
to know that you can bring
his prescription to us with
assurance that it will be filled
exactly as he Intended M to
be with pure quality drags
of standard strength, accur
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