UBSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1943 (One Day Nearer Victory)
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
lotels, Cafes, Meat
larkets Of Haywood
kiven Sanitary Rating
the Laws, Kuies,
for the Sanitary
Ret'u hotels and cafes as
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'oard of Health requires the
J Boa . ...; tiirws. of the
fen hotels and foodhandl-
tSinu' plas provide for ad
niW 1 L,t,H buildings.
k' , .. ... .n,l ventilated.
;ind toilet facili-
' iiaMe f-r sex and color; a
Jatrf sw'y. adequate screen-
'ht' II V BCnovw i win
ber 1 ; dishes ana
and kept in good
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stored 10 picvcui, c-
available graue ux
prodcts; adequate u u...
refripi'ration for perishable
. building? and equipment
clean; proper garbage dispos-
ith the surrounuings iree irum
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ing food having a health certificate
showing freedom from communica
ble disease, etc.
The following is a list of the
hotels, restaurants, meat markets
and school cafeterias in Haywood
County showing the latest grade
given with the rating.
Ratings for hotels in Waynes
ville are as follows; Maples, grade
91.5, rating A; Palmer House, grade
84.5, rating B; LeFaine 'Hotel,
grade 88.5 and rating B.
For Canton; Spears Hotel, grade
84.5, rating B; Imperial Hotel,
grade 88.5, rating U.
Ratings for Wayn. sville;
Smith's Drug Store 93. 5
Charlie's Cafe ... 92.6
Henderson's Corner 91 k
The Spinning Wheel
W. W. N. C. Cafe
American Fruit Stand
Taxi Stand Lunch Room
Green Tree Tea Room
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A Full Line Of
Kus fetation 58.0 Closed
Ratings for Lake .hmaluska are:
Junaluska Supply Company, grade
75.5, rating C-
Ratings for Hazelwood;
Belle Meade Cafe 61.0 Closed
Bungalow Lunch 80.5 B
Arrowood's Caf? 88.0 B
Ratings for Clyde: Clyde Cafe.
grade 70.0, rating C.
Ratings for Canton:
Ilendrix's Drug Store 91.5 A
Champion Store Cafe 90.0 A
Colonial Soda Shop 86.5 B
Martin Drug Store 85.5 B
Emil's Restaurant 84.0 B
Eureka Cafe 80.0 B
Francis' Cafe 78.0 C
Weeping Willow Cafe 75.5 C
Ratings for Wayntsville;
C. E. Ray's Sons 92.5 A
Balentine's Market 91.0 A
Food Store 90.5 A
Francis Grocery 90.0 A
Dixie Store 87.0 B
Ratings at Lake Junaluska: Jun
aluska Supply Company, grade 91.0,
Ratings in Clyde: Brown's Mar
ket, grade 84.5, rating B.
Ratings in Hazelwood: C. N. Al
len, grade 91.5, rating A; Bradley's
Store, grade 87.0, rating B; Cash
Grocery, grade 87.0, rating B; J.
M. Woodard, grade 82.5, rating B.
Ratings in Canton;
Harris Company 96.0 A
B. H. Byers 95.5 A
Independent Cash Store ... 93.5 A
Champion Employees 93.5 A
Myers Maaket 92.0 A
Russell's Market 92.0 A
E. O. Robinson 90.0 A
Dixie Store 90.0 A
Leader Store Market 88.0 1!
Cogburn's Market .87.5 I!
City Market 83.5 B
Cagle's Market 82.5 B
West Brothers Market 81.5 B
e Are Pleased To Announce That
J. G. Ramsey
PERIENCED MEAT CUTTER AND MARKET
MANAGER FOR MANY YEARS, IS NOW
In Charge Of Our
Grade "A" Market
Rufus Siler's Delicious
all-pork spare back
Salsage ribs bone
Sold Exclusively By Us
"GOOD THINGS TO EAT"
Banking Goes Into
Effect January 27
"Rationing coupon banking" a
new type of banking service for
retailers and wholesalers of ra
tional commodities designed to
make the nation's ration program
work more effectively, will be in
augurated here on Wednesday,
January 27, it is announced by
Jonathan Woody, president of the
First National Bank.
This is a war service that the
government has asked banks to un
dertake under which wholesalers
and the larger retailers will be re
quired by the Office of Price Ad
ministration to open "ration bank
accounts" in the banks with which
they customarily do business.
The wholesalers and retailers
will deposit in their "ration ac
counts" ration coupons received
from their customers against which
they will draw special "ration
checks" when ordering new sup
plies. It is expected that only
the, retailers whose food sales in
December, 1!UL exceeded $15,000
will be directed by the OPA to
"open ration accounts." No charge
of any kind will be made by the
Consumers such as housewives,
motorists and other individuals
who purchase rationed commodities
for consumption will not be affect
ed by the new "ration coupon bank
ing." They will continue to obtain
their ration coupons from local ra
tion boards and they continue to
"spend" their coupons at the stores
just as they have been doing in
the past. Only certain dealers sell
ing rationed commodities will have
to open "ration bank accounts."
The banks will have nothing to
do with the fixing of re.tion allot
ments or allowances, or with the
issuing of ration coupons. The lo
cal ration boards will continue to
perform these functions.
The new "rationing banking"
system will not affect the regular
money or check accounts of the
public at all. The public will con
tinue to use their bank accounts
in the customary way.
"Rationing coupon banking" is
a new plan for handling a lot of
work now done by the 5,500 local
ration boards, according to Mr.
Woody. The government has ask
ed the banks to undertake these
accounting activities in order to
assure the smooth running and
success of the ration program.
In undertaking to operate this
new "ration coupon banking sys
tem", the First National Bank will
perform a nonprofit war service
for the government. In doing this
the bank is simply adding another
service to the numerous war jobs
it is already performing.
Make Changes In
Mrs. Willis Benett, who has serv
ed as secretary to the president of
the First National Bank for the
past year and a half has recently
resigned, her resignation to take
effect next month. Mrs. Bennett's
husband, the Rev. Bennett, has
been called to the Oteen Baptist
Church at Otesn, and the distance
is too great for Mrs. Bennett to
commute to her work here.
Mrs. Bennett's place will be fill
ed by Miss Catherine Jones, daught
er of Mrs. Sam Jones, who has been
clerk at the District Health Depart
ment since her graduation from
Norman Pless, teller and book
keeper, who was recently turned
down in the Navy, and since been
called in the army, has also re
signed. He will leave sometime
during the ivext month. His place
is to be filled by Miss Edna Sum
merrow, who is now with the ra
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