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UheTar Heel Front:
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Robert A. Erwin and Frances MsKosick
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Carolina and other
fi N.0rtu Ktates. Like the
Prt tut the weather, there'.
Irtf about.. . .
, being ao,.c. Broughton,
Hi die warpath when the
I ent on tne w y
f urogram nrsi ucki
k'p?f.;. .cin when the
L f ea'ol'ne was raised 2 -W
r f fover the cost of increas
es to cov -wAv bv tank
from the o.l fields. . ,
v Governor wroie
trStor Leon Henderson, pro
iSorously and then w
including getting after
Congressmen held a meeting
ftched Representative Harold
a vhville. to the Senate
'J.'"1- . pt
AMnn W U woo - "
nJmn, with his usual
- .i -jr.. I niniru
j . nanni i ill likui a
kr m nanu mu
,jev led him to the ways and
1 nfficp of Repre-
jtive Dougnwn m we
Lre Henderson and Represen-
laere, r,l Porter
,jm Folger ana weaver w-
ibout an hour. Henderson m
ed there wasn't a lot he could
right now about the price situ
. Hp didn't close the door
Lnst a possible price reduction,
Ler, but at the same time he
it would be dimcuit to -
to an increase m
on the ground tney were v
U by the same oil companies
uributing petroleum products in
gasoline a day from the Gulf to
the Atlantic coast of Florida.
"Plenty of it could be shipped
there by barge to Wilmington,
Morehead City and Elizabeth City,"
Senator Bailey said. "Wilmington
used to be the distributing point
for North Carolina for oil pro
ducts delivered there by tankers.
The Greensboro pipe line takes care
of that section of the state, and
the Chattanooga pipe line shoulJ
feed Western North Carolina.
"I want to see the state, all of
its defense establishments and its
farmers taken care of, and I be
lieve the proposed 3-pipe line
across Florida will help do it."
Just before the session with Hen
derson, Representative Cooley had
burned the price administrator out
in a speech in the House.
"This increase in the price of
gasoline along the Eastern Sea
board is a downright outrage and
it just cannot be justified," Cooley
said. "It is a rank discrimination
against the people who live in the
East, and it should not be tolerat
"Mr. Henderson is apparently in
spired by an intemperate zeal and
acts with too much haste and too
little thought. He apparently does
not consider either the magnitude
or the far reaching effect of his or
ders. He does not seem to appre
ciate the ramifications of the dif
ferent problems with which he is
attempting to deal. He has the
power of life and death over all of
the businesses of America and no
tempestuous person should be per
mitted the power and authority
conferred by the price fixing bill.
"The burdens of this emergency
should rest evenly upon the backs
of all the people.
Senator Bailey, chairman of the
hite commerce committee, B
L inclined to favor construction
. ;i nino line across nortnern
jrida, rather than a barge canal,
the result of the testimony of
Mir oenerai rugeiic
id of army engineers.
estimated it would
ike three years to dig the Canal,
jhile he figured a pipe line could
instructed in six months w
liver 130,000 barrels of oil and
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
ETA McDANIEL BRAM-
(TT Widow of T. R. Bram
t, Dec'd. et al.
H. BRAMLETT, MAUD
RAMLETT ALLEN AND
USBAND, GEORGE AL-
IX, et al.
The defendants, Maud Bramlett
to and husband, George Allen,
ill take notice that an action en-
itled as above has been corn
iced in the superior court of
aywood County, North Carolina,
have allotted and set apart a
w interest of the above named
;dow on the lands owned by T.
I Bramlett, deceased; and the said
pendant will further take no-
ice that they are required to ap-
f ar at the office of the Clerk of
le Superior Court of said County
the courthouse in Waynesville.
wtk' Carolina.- on the 27th Hav
P Wy, 1942. and withfh 1 0 davs
preafter, answer or demur to the
pplaint filed in said action,
' the plaintiffs will apply to the
ort for the relief demanded in
"is the 26th day of June, 1942.
C. H. LEATHERWOOD,
Clerk Superior Court. Haywood
No. 1201 July 2-9-16-23.
Senator Josiah William Bailey,
chairman of the Senate commerce
committee, took the same attitude.
"This petroleum shortage has be
come a national problem," he said.
"It reaches into Texas and other
southwestern states, into Illinois
and other mid-western oil produc
ing states, and elsewhere. It is
not just a problem of the East."
The Senator's committee spent
all last week holding hearings on
the Florida barge canal and pipe
line bill, one of the measures de
signed to relieve the Eastern short
In FBI's Opinion
- (Continued from page 2 )
the Russian Ogpu was re
garded by the FBI with as much
disfavor as the Gestapo is today.
It's different now.
The Ogpu's quite well spoken of
Maybe this is partly because the
Otrou's on our side now. Yet FBI
snokesmen sav at present that its
been more intelligent, all along
than ever the Gestapo was.
In short, the professional detec
tives essential charge against the
Gestapo isn't so much wholesale
murder as wholesale idiocy.
f OTICE OF SUMMONS BY PUB-
I I iriTlnv
lill0? NORTH CAROLINA,
i-v THE SUPERIOR COURT.
BEFflPlT TUf r,T T7TTr
PIMOND RTAPT.V.TOM TTv.
f of Estate of . W. H. Rich,
sceased, , .
m HUE t. THORNTON,
"Rj-FLORA MOODY and hus-
iiJir D. MOODY; JOHN
rinvSl ELEANOR JANE
r TnJt ' BILL MOODY,
fflatldefendants above named
t,ty e noice that an action ren-
,as alove has been eom-
CLmrhe Superior Court of
Tty' N' c'' to 8eli
md 1; . .,situate in said County
.. ?lsmbute thp
the last will And
t"t of w. H Rich de.
Wr f , Said defendants will
naniif" noce that they are
ftb rw Ppear at the office of
U saii r the Superior Court
a W m tne Courthouse
dav, i SZTS' N- C, within ten
!42 h the 12th day of July,
WitloB inanSWer of demur to the
PlamH. .. said action or the
. "u WlIJ nnnlw i- n: r,
th . i" . '" ine Vjoun
. If HOT M 1
Ptition uemanaea in said
TTno-h C. Keener, of Carton, to
Mrs. Margaret Z. Babcock, of
Wnvnp A. Corrjenine, of ft.
Bragg: to Mabel Clark, of Way
Gradv Moore, to Florence fen-
land, both of Candler.
Brave men die only once, but
they are just as dead as the cow
NOTICE OF SALE
TTnrler and bv virtue of an ordei
of the Superior Court of Haywood
County made in the bpeciai rro
cepdinp entitled "T. L. Green, Ad
minstrator of the Estate of Mrs.
O. Young, deceased, vs. Mary
Young Haney, et al.", the same
being No. 238 upon the Special
Proceeding Docket of said court,
the undersigned Commissioner will,
on Mondav. the 20th day of July,
1942. at eleven o'clock a. m. at
the Courthouse door in Waynes
ville, N. C, offer for sale to the
highest bidder for cash, that cer
tain lot o? parcel of land lying
and being in the Town of Waynes
ville, Haywood County, C, and
more particularly described as fol
BEGINNING on a stake at the
Northeast corner of the old hos
pital lot and on the North side of
a street and runs N. 13 30' E. 53
feet with side line of street to
stake; thence N- 67 30' W. 83
feet to stake in line of lot No. 12;
thence S. 20 W. 53 feet with West
line of Lot No. 12 to stake in hos
pital lot line and corner of Lot 12;
thence S. 67" 30' E. 90 feet with
line of hospi'al lot to the BE
GINNING. This June' 16th, 1942.
T. L. GREEN,
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