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f. AUGUST 6, 1942
Itate Leads In Fight
n Bang s
. ti Wilson.
Pi t, the nation's dairy
M ? ::j...trv. has been con-
ISvorth Carolina by a corps
i,M who have estab-
hTtiart.I record for the
Id t-,i anlmnl-dlH-
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
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rave ut?cu icsicu
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.ifngs indicating an iniec-
e5S than nan m uuc jict
.a mireau oi aiu
to sain u'""' ,
r ' . . . L.. iiofui'ina.v
'j.i. state Department of
'.culture and Dr. A. A. Husman,
barfre of tne .noiui taiumm
e ef the Bureau of Animal In-
i-nr, "jnf k"' -
fj better ami more prosperous
I stock indUjiiry, r--.ncm.ioi in vm
, ,j.e preat ar and necessary
IMintinnin(r a balanced agricui-
I prof ram.
11 . ..A.i.tixf-vicrnrv nnase. as
relates to the cattle industry,
It, on new significance with the
Ijsl elimination oi Bang s dis-
' Commissioner fccott empna
'' ''Bane's disease is a malady
1- seriously interferes with ani-
Kproiiuctiori of milK irom
le diseased herds has been a
ce of the 1 leaded and some-
fatal undulant fever. By
Ifing Banc s disease under con-
! in North Carolina, minions oi
1 1JJ A- J-1-
Iiars nave Deen auoeo io wie in-
;tantiai contribution has been
lit tard the protection of the
R. Mohler, chief of the United
:ts Bureau of Animal Industry,
med the control of Bang's dis
to Dr. William
And Your Strength and
Energy Is Below Par -
It may be caused by disorder of kld
iey (unction that permits poisonous
nit to accumulate. For truly many
people (eel tired, weak and miserable,
wbto the kidneys fail to remove excess
and ind other waste matter from the
lou may suffer nagging backache,
rtfutnitic pains, headaches, diszinesa.
frttin" tip nights, leg pains, swelling.
MtmefimM f ran Hunt an A mr-txn -r i i rt a
boa with smarting and burning is an-
tnorntgn mac lomecning is wrong wita
the kidneys or bladder.
There should be no doubt that prompt
tmLmpnt i uriour than ncMrlonf TTm
Dmm'i Pill$. It is better to rely on a
ntdicine that has won countrywide ao-
provil than on something less favorably
tiiowrj. Doan't have been tried and teat-
ad Hlanv Voirt Arm at all lm
w Doan t today.
ease in North Carolina "a great
"Secretery of Agriculture Wick
ard has been deenlv
the control of animal diseases as a
major influence in the success of
the national food-for-frnoHr.
gram." Mr.hlr wrote Commissioner
ocott, tsy suppressing bovine tu
berculosis and Banc's Hi
peooie oi your state have contrib
uted greatly to this
- - rf
resources and to a growing public
confidence that disease nf
tic animals can be conquered by
ciifiKeuc co-operative action."
Bang's disease has not been won
without sacrifice, but indemnities
have been paid bv both th lToHoi
I and state governments to owners of
diseased animals that have been
slaughtered. Slaughtering is nec
essary for the control of Bang's
disease and "20,402 cattle have been
killed for which owners have been
paid $523,381.24 since 1934.
Incidentally, Federal and state
governments pay owners of dis
eased animals killed nn-th;vi ooi.
of the difference between the ap-
praisea yame ana the salvage of
cattle slaughtered. Pi
animals are paid for on the basis of
ou maximum per head and grade
animals at the rate of ss ho.j
Federal payments between 1934
and 1942 totaled $464,069.77 and
state indemnity payments began
in May, vj-v.k
In .establishing North Carolina
as the first "Bang's-free acredited
state," veterinarians have tested
249,084 herds containing 601,149
cattle, rrecessitatinir lh nrntnrw
tests totaling 1,1140,668.
In addition to testing the cattle
in all of the state's 100 eountw
the NCDA and BAI have given
special attention to a large number
oi pureDrea neras, many of which
have been awarded "accreditation
certificates." A herd, under rules
adopted by the State Board of Ag
riculture, is entitled to an "nnnrnA-
ited certificate" if no reactors (to
Bang's disease) are revealed by
tests made at least annually anrl
if no untested animals are added
to the herd "and the herd is other
wise maintained so as to nrvpnt
the introduction of infection." '
A highly trained neraonnol hsa
been essential to the victory over
Bang's disease. In thn rtVt-iiHl
bat program, blood samples ar
drawn from each animal by a train
ed veternarian and fnrivnrHoH tA
the department laboratory, To de
termine the presence of the dis
ease, a small amount of serum is
taken from each blood sample and
placed in a sterile test tube to
which is added a measured amount
of antigen, (a saline solution con
taining Bang's organism), The
mixtures are then incubated in an
electric incubator kent at a enn-
jstant temperature for 48 hours, at
ine ena oi wnicn time each sample
1 ( sl s; ;
A Weef Of The War
Price Administrator HnHprxnn
announced that maximum gasoline
prices in the rationed area of the
17 Eastern States and the District
of Columbia will be reduced 2V4
cent a gallon beginning August
5. He also announced reduction
of 0.9 cents for kerosene, 1.1 cents
on aisuuaies ana ngnt heating oils
and IS cents a barrel on residual
CONSUMER SIT PLY AND MAX
President Roosevelt issued a
j statf ment that every user of fuel
and heating oil on the East c'naat
j "should face realistically the fact
jtnat there can be no guarantee that
I he will get enough oil even to
inset his minimum noeds." Petro-
ileum Coordinator Ickes asked all
sellers of fuel and heating oils
in the East to requost their cus
tomers to convert oil burners to
the use of coal or -ether available
fuels. The Office of Solid Fuels
1 Coordinator reported bituminous
(coal ptocks in storage in the TJ. S
increased an estimated 5,650,000
tons in June, to a near-all-time rec
ord. The '-'office said consumer
stockpiles,' however, continuitl. in
surlick'nt to provide ademi
itection' against possible shortages
'during the fall and winter.
' The OI'A established a whole-
.Bui, I . -II i
-. rSR,lth Carolina is now the first state in the nation to be "accredit- cream, sold in bottle or paper con
ed as free of Bang's disease, a malady of cattle that lowers milk tamers, at the distributor's high
production, interferes with reproduction and spreads the serious dis- est March level. Th .-fi,.n
iiiuii iimj ii an hi it i in mt-1 i i pvnr i i r wi nam runMA i rr
' ii iiuaui ihwv'i o lcii w:i I
chief of the veterinary division of the state department of agriculture
and duector of the state-participation in the Bang's war, is drawing
a,itc 1IU, a line. uairy-animal, one of 601,149 tested in the
aye-year ; battle against Bang's. Dr. W. A. Hornaday, of Greensboro
(left) sterilizes his hvnotWmiV avrinm ...i ji ,..;i:
to draw blood samples, 1,240,000 of which were analyzed in the labora-
i-nu muinia won lis victory over Bang's disease.
is observed carefully for indica-i for the patient to carry on any
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the loss in quality work
manship by ur trained force
f experts. Call on us.
tions ci the disease
THIS IS SErnNn
Historically, bv becominc n -
credited, Bang's disease-free state,
North Carolina has attained a dis
tinction of brineinir under enntml
"two major diseases seriously af
fecting both humans and cattle."
In October. 1928. North
became the first state in the Nation
to accredit all counties in the lvin
tuberculosis control program.
Bangs disease has existed fnr
many years and was recorni.nH in
European countries even hpfnn th
theory of the transmission of dis
eases by bacteria was recognized,"
Dir. Moore explained. "Bang's oc
curs in all countries where cows
are kept for milking purposes and
no country ha.mad any satisfac
tory progress in eliniinalintr tVii.
disease, which was probably intro
duced into the nM Stat..
through the imfiortati nn nf nttla
from Europe. The disease now
occurs in every state in the nation
and in some sections the percent
age of infection is nlnrmincrltr
, r , .. Rv
HOW IT SPREADS
Technically sneakinir. Dr Mnnra
explained that "Bang's disease.
commonly spoken of as abortion or
contagious abortion, is an ihfo
tious disease affecting practically
au animajs ana man.''
Bang's is caused by a small or
ganism or germ and is usually
transferred from animal to animal
or from animal to man Kb aAAoA
"It affects all farm animals hut ii
particularly important in cattle and
nogs, in cattle it often results in
premature birth, lowered
tion and interferes with reproduc-
auction. in hogs, it produces abor
tion and intereferes with reproduc
tion. The disease in mm U Unwr
as undulant fever and while not
usually fatal, the patient is usually
sick over a lone period of tim.
with a temperature that
and down and makes it impossible
fHereTs How to GeT
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.Too. Try Miller's
Valuable coupoa ea vary paekag
redttmabl for aiasy tbiagi yea
Rtcd Re eaihl A wealth ef geod-
1 every package. Try 'en bath
of all aod grocer's.
(, , . or Miller's foL
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STATE OF NORTH CABnr.TMA
COUNTY OF HAYWOOD. , '
IN THE SUPEIOR COURT.
BEFORE THE rr.FPir
T. HENRY GADDY. Adminis.
trator d. b. n. of the Estate of
IW. A. Herren. Deceased, et 1-
JESSIE HERREN, et al.
The defendants. William A TToi-.
I ren, Judson Herren and wife ' Jess i a
I Herren, Isabelle Herren Stewart
Marjone L. Porterfield. and hn.
I band, Oscar Porterfield, Roderick
I Tt 1 m '
nerren ana wiie, Julia Herrpn
I Bertha E. Siwnford and husband.
Robert L. Swinford. Jean Herren.
I Dexter Nora Slier. Terrv KiW unA
I wife, Mrs. Terry S:!cr, wiU take no-
Itice that an action entitled as above
has beea commenced in tha Snna.
Irior Court of Haywood County,
North Carolina, to sell lands ho.
I longing to the estate of W. A. Her
ren, deceased, for the purpose of
creating assets and lor the further
purpose of partition among the
heirs, and that said defendants
have been made parties thereto by
order of the Court dated June 27.
1942: and the said defendants will
I further take notice that they are
reauired to aDDear at the nffioa nf
I the Clerk of the Superior Court of
I Haywood County, in the court
I house in Wavnesville. North Cam-
I lina, within ten days after the
16th day of August, 1942, and
answer or demur to the petition in
said action, or the netitionora will
I apply to the Court for the relief
J 1 J . 1 . .
Iaemanueu in me original ana sup
Clerk Superior Court, i Haywood
This July e, i4Z.
C. H. LEATHER WOOD.
No. 120e-JuIy 16-23-30-Aug. $
work. The disease is transmitted
to man throuo-h the rinkino' r.f
milk and the contact with infectedl
"Since Bang's disease inteifesi-s
with reproduction in animals, this
causes a severe loss and in addi
tion it definitely lowers the pro
duction of the dairy cows," Dr.
Moore said. , -
MUST KILL THEM
'A number of remedies hava
b en tried on animals but no ef
fective preventative or cure hn
been found and since an animal
once infected may always be dan
gerous to other animals, It has
been found that the onlv pffpptivo
method of eliminating this disease
&om- a herd and controlling-it is
b'y the slaughter of infected ani
mals. Such animals, if otherwisn
eulth'V. produce wholenomn mint
which, of course, is always cooked
before being used and in that way
is made safe," he added.
North Carolina presidents of i
well-known breed associations have
been generous in their praise of the
department's Bang's control ach-'
itvement, including: Dr. Howard
W. Odum of Chapel Hill Jersey
Cattle club, T. Holt Haywood of
Winston-Salem Guernsey Breeders ;
association, Carl E. Rankin of
Morganton Holestein-Friesian as,-1
sociation, Leonard Tuft of Pine-
nurst Ayrshire Breeders associa
tion. Dr.-J. 'M- Lynch of Ashovilio
Hereford Cattle Breeders associa
tion. W. B. Austin of .Toffunnn
Shorthorn Breeders and James g!
R.. McLlure Of Ashpvilln
taken to prevent a price "squeeze"
on milK retailers by some milk
distributors. The office set a
ceiling price of four cents a pound
for waste kitchen futs now being
sold by housewives in the salvage
program, and a ceiling price of
nve cents a pound for the sale of
me same rats from meat dealers
President Roosevelt told his
press conference the rt Urn tliyitA
shortaire in the East un.i ..
Alid-W estern states:
(1) It is the off season for beef.
Z) People have a good deal
more money with which to buy
more and better cuts of meat.
(3) This country has around
4,000,000 men under arms for whom
meat supplies must be prepared
months in advance. Mr. Roosevelt
department reported. Income from
crops was ud 36 ner cent nnd in
come from livestock and livestock
products was 48 Der cent creator
The department said a record vol
ume of marketings is nvnectorf in
me laiier nan or 1942. Total cash
income from farm marketings dur
ing 1942, including government
payments, probably will exceed
$14,500 million, the report said.
The outlook for obtaining sugar
supplies from the Caribbean has
"taken a turn for the
cause of submarine wirf inJ
the amount of hipping diverted to
war purposes, the OP A said. The
office asked sugar refiners in Louis
iana and Texas not to .ship to
sugar markets in Indiana Illi now
and Ohio until at least September
1 because of a shortage in their
home states. OPA said these re
strictions will have to be continued
if receipts from Cuba and pHr4n
Rico are below expectations.
For Highway From
Soco To Cherokee
J C Walkpr fiiviaistn h!fl,kw.
engineer for the state hichwiv mnA
public works commission, hag filed
aoDlication with thn
public roads for sufficient asphalt
to complete the surfacing of Sw
Gap road to Cherokee Indian Reservation.
The road has alreadv hon rrA-
ed and stone has been placed on it,
Mr. Walker said. The contractor is
now engaged in a general dressing;
up of the right of way. This is
expected to take about three
Oricinallv plans were to nrfa-
the road late last snrinfr hut th
curtailment of asphalt by the gov
ernment necessitated a change in
The new road is one of th most
scenic in this area, and when com
pleted, and travel back to normal,
it is expected to carry the greater
part of travel from here to the
WA R HON D PITRPIT ASKS
July sales of War Ronds tntnl.,)
$900,000,000 second highest month
ly amount on record and $150
million above June sales, Treas
ury Secretary Monrenthau said
TRIALS OF NAZI SABOTEURS
The Supreme Court rules that
eight Nazi saboteurs allege an
eight Nazi saborteurs allctre an
offense "which the President 1.
authorized to order tried before a
military commission," that the
Commission is lawfullv eonstitnf
ed, and that saboteurs are held in
lawful custody." The saboteurs
were brought again before the
military commission. '
THE ARMED FORCES
The President signed a bill ereat
ing the Women's Auxiliary Reserve
in the navv. which will he maHn nn
at first Of 1,000 commissioned of
ficers and about 10,000 enlisted
members. He also signed a bill
to permit the CAA to train air
plane mechanics in its civilian
pilot training centers. The army
has asked for training of 31.000
mechanics. Selective service head
said the people will have to ex-l,uttrter!' SS local boards to induct
pect new shortaires fmm" I during August some men classified
-."Ml blllic Mil. . ... .
time because that is part of the I in '1?H wltn certa,n type of phy
price of winning the .war.
During the first half of 1942
cash income from farm marketing
totaled $5,773 -million compared
with $4,012 million in tho amn
period last year, the agriculture
Heat, light, oil and grease are
the enemies of rubber. To prolong
the life of garments and household
articles made of rubber, guard
against these things.
Improved glass-making methods
have produced milk bottles weigh
ing one-fourth less than the old
fashioned bottle and averaging 45
per cent more round trips before
they become unusable.
NOTICE SERVING SUMMONS
BY PUBLICATION .
HAYWOOD COUNTY. .
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
J. A. CRISP, if alive, or. if
dead, his hiers at law, and
wife, if any. bv whatever
name she may be known.
The defendans, J. A. Crisp, If
alive, or, if dead, his heirs at law,
and wife, if anv. bv whatever
name she may be known, will take
notice that an act jon entitled as
above has been commenced in
the Superior Court of Haywood
Countv. North Carolina, to for-
close liens for taxes due HnvwnnH
County; and said defendants will
iurtner take notice they are re
auired to appear at the Office nf th
Clerk of the Superior Court of said
county at the Courthouse in Wav
nesville. North Carolina, within
thirty (30) days after the 31st
day of August, 1942, and answer
or demur to the Complaint of said
action or the nlaintilT will nnniv
to the court for the relief demand
ed In said Complaint,
This the 29th day of July, 1942.
Asst. Clerk Superior Court. Hav.
No. 1212 July 30-Aug. 6-13-20.
NO TAPE LINE FOR FRENCH
A baseball team without n
plate is in somewhat the same tlx
as a runner without a fin sh HnB
But in Vichy-France that is the
sitiuation. The commissaries of
sports ruled todav that hoBii.o
oi the shortage of textiles, spon
sors of track meets are rplpnaoH
from the responsibility of furnish-1
ing nnisn line tape. :
From now on, says the commis
sariat, if a runner wants to cross
the finish line he must bring his
own nnisn line to cross.
NOTICE SERVING SUMMONS,
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
KELI.EY BREEDTNfi A M n I
WIFK if ANV rv whatpvipo1
NAME SHE MAY BE KNOWN,
WAt.TFR lWAT.nVTTIW AM nil
WIFE. LESLIE MALONFTT r.
N. WALKER, TRUSTEE, AND
TOWN OF WAYNE S VILLE.
The defendants. Kellv Breedinir
and wife, if any, by whatever name
she may be known, and Walter
Maionee, and wife, Leslie Malo
nee will take notice that an action
entitled as above has been com
menced in the Superior Court of
Havwood County. North Carolina.
- -. ,
to foreclose liens for taxes due
Haywood County: and said defen
dants will further take notice, that
they are required to appear at the
umce oi tne uierK of the Superior
Court of said county at the Court
house in Wavnesville. North Caro
lina, within thirty (80) days after
the 24th day of Aucrust. 1942. and
answer or demur to the Complaint
or said action or the plaintiff wul
apply to the court for the relief
demanded in said Uomplaint.
This the 21st day of July, 1942.
C. 11. LEATHER WOOD,
Clerk Superior Court,
No. 1209 July 23-30 Auf -18
The Law Requires That We
Advertise and Sell All Prop
erty On Which Taxes Have
Not Been Paid
TOWN of My
JOHN BOYD, Tax Collector
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