North Carolina Newspapers

    ,SDAY, DECH-mk i43 (One Day Nearer Victory
THE WAYNESVII.I.K MOUNTAIN RER
Pace
Moning, OPA News
0IL reriod 1 courons
f&, thr.uiph January 3. Per-
f became good iNovem-
XT- OQ in Rnnlf
', () fir 5 pounds through
10' . ' ' 18 in RnnV
3,u j cr i nair. Stamp No.
krou , ,.- cnP4,t. in Rr,k
' for 1 pair.
I1 i v annd throueh De-
q I ami , '
Brwn stamps L and M,
beri- . , 1 lew
' v becomes good De-
L-r, s:amy ; , ,
JESSED FOODS -G-een
" . r .,,) r in Book Four.
fcuph December 20. Green
, n,l P in Book Four
tmes g30" u
,good through January 20.
Lans to get canned
Leased supplies of canned pin-
corn, pumpKin, spinacn.
Utoes, oeans, anu msa "
U mark ts wunin a iew wccrb.
. sre supplies owneo. ana neia
J,nners, but set aside for gov
,9en' pure as, which have been
:Ued to civilians.
Lie,
flfiu.
Lore farm machinery in
44
In improv.d outlook for new
L machinery in 1U44 as ioreseen
lectal Soreness
Set Relief New tasy way
Sit In Comfort
Mumn Hcc-.al Ij quick, dependable
j,, c( itching, painful rectal aoreneM
Menu which mar also accompany
H . i n.rhn;i Rrinva Boothina
Lum MO lirouM -
Liotromfort upon conlact, forma pro-
nni i:m over iuh
ijs; ccrmn. aid Nature heal up raw.
Lihir.L .Hl on money oc iioiun.
fr - ...i ..li.f udu . aak for
PROLARMON RECTAL
SMITH'S DRUG STORE
by the War Food Administration
Raw materials auth-r'z?d by WPB
to rrake planting, tillage, and har
vesting equipment during 'he year
provide for ?bout twice the quan
tity produced in I94:i, or almos'
80 perc n of th- produt-ion jn i9)0
a year in which manuf acture ws
relatively large. The manufacture
of repair parts will b? unrestricted.
SUSPEND SLAl'GHTFR
QUOTAS
To facilitate mark ting and slau
ghter quotas (for civilian consume-
firing until ftt.-tU- i
luiiun iiuiice nave b en
suspended by the War Food Administration.
out the country, the War Depart
ment his reported. The insigna on
the button is rn eagle within t
circl , the wirgs extending b yonr
the circle's edge. Persons whas
Army service has been terminUed
urdir honorable conditions will b
piiini:ted to wear the insignia.
WOOL RESTRICTIONS LIFTED
Wi:h only two exceptions WP1
has 'ifttd all restrictirns on use o1
raw wool. Finer gradis of alpac
may :i u be usL'd excep: for militar
Iurposes, and only carp.t wool am'
mohair may be used for floor coverings.
REDUCE BEAN PRICES
Reductions up to two con's
pound in wholesale and retail pric
es for dry edible beans will result
from recent OPA action reducing
the price spread between country
shipper and wholesal r. Country
shipping point prices remain unchanged.
SHED POTATO CEILINGS
M ix mum prices for dmiesne am'
imported "certifi d" seed potatoe
have been set by CPA at $1 abov
estahished cilings for U. S. No
J 1 tablestock potatoes, and for "war
!a- proved" seid potatoes at 50 cents
above tablestock potatoes.
BROWN POINTS FOR WASTE
FATS
For every pound of fat a house
wife turns in to her meat dealer
or other fat salvager, she will re
vive two brown points, beginning
December 13. "Buf most impor
tant." Herbert M. Faust, director
of WPB's salvage division said,
"within a mon'h the fat wil be
transformed into war materials nn,l
on the way to the righting fronts."
tie reminded housewives to sav the
grease from turki vs. e ese. d wL-s
and chickens, for the manufacture
of war products.
! REQUESTS FOR PENICILLIN
j The War Department never ha'
I controlled pencillin nor received th
entire output, Surgeon Genera'
Norman T. Kirk, of th: Army Medi
cal Department expla ned r cently
A civilian request for pencillin, thf
new drug which prevents growth of
infection bacteria, should be made
through the civilian's doctor. Th'
doctor should communicate by tele
gram, telephone, or personal let'.e'
with Dr. Chester S. Kefer, Evans
Memorial Hospital, Boston, givinp
complete details of the case.
SERVICE BUTTONS BEING
DISTRIBUTED
Plastic g ld-coated lap 1 bu't'in
for wear on civilian clothing, to sig
nify honorable military service on
and after the declaration of a per
iod of na:ional emerg ncy, Sep
tember 9, 1939, are being distri
buted to issuing agencies through-
CONTROL OF APPLE SALES
Sales by apple grow rs and s lip
pers who package their appl i i
boxes with a net weigh: of no! mare
than 26 pounds are not under price
control if not more than five boxes
are sold at one time to on. buyer
and if they are shipped by parce'
post or express. However, When
these pac ages are resold by wh le
salers and r tail rs, they are under
price control, OPA said.
Seeks Separation
1 J
t-iV- y
;
S f 1
MPS. JOHNNY WEISSMUUER. th
lormer Bryl Scott of San Fran
clico. it seeking a legal aeparatioo
from "Tanan" ta Lot Armelea,
charging Incompatibility Tht
Weissmullen. who have been mar.
lied four rear, have three chil
dren He waa previously married
to Bobby Aroit and film star Lupe
Velea. (Jntemational)
Say Bubble Gum
Is On Way Out
Kids are in for a blow a blow
cmparabl: to the drying up of the
old swimming hole.
For, alas ard alack, that magic
mouthful, bubble gum, is on the
way out.
Gum manufac'urers, with a de
mand for twenty times their con
trolled production, burst the bub
ble themselves.
So the little companies, which
cater to the penny, or kid trad",
switched to making five-cent pack
ages featuring charcoal, exotic flav
ors, and most everything but the
precious "bubble."
to the consumer. Purpose of the
approximately six months of higher
ceil'ngs is to compensate mine
owners for the retroactive feature
of rec:nt wage increases.
total of about 1.110,500 rersons is
eight p rcent below last year's fi
gures. Of those enrolled this year
almost one-quarter have been as
signed by the armed forces for
specialized training.
COLLEGE ENROLLMENTS
DROP
Enrollments in colleges and other
institutions of higher education this
year are' more than one-quarter
below the 1940 peak. This year's
INCREASE COAL PRICES
Anthraci e c -nl c ilirg prices
have been raised bv OPA an ave
i rage of (12 cents a net ton at the
Imine. Increases range from 35 to
i 70 cents a ton, depending on the size
;of th: coal. On June 1, 1944, the
iiiw ceilings at the mine will be
reduced by an average of 28 cents
a ton, leaving net increases of about
34 cents a ton. The' exact amount
of these incr.ases can be passed on
WAREHOUSES HEADQUARTERS
For Over 40 Years
Tobacco Sales Open Tuesday
December 7th
Due to labor shortage daily sales will
likely be cut to 32 hours. Although
prices will be set, there will be no cause
lo rush to sell, for about as much to
bacco can be disposed of in 3V hours
I with prices set as was disposed of in a
day's sale heretofore, the main
trouble will be delay in clearing the sale
floors.
The Government Grade Classifica
tions, as last season, will be in force and
H is thought the ceiling prices of the
respective grades may be some higher.
We do not wish to give the impres
sion we are concpifpd. for rnnreii is
odious Yet, it is only fair to us to
state that,
WE KNOW THE GOVERNMENT
GRADES, THE TORACCO BUSINESS
AND ALL ITS RAMIFICATIONS.
In fact, Growers will call to mind Ber
nard's introduced the Government's
Grade Letters five years ago when
awarding premiums for the highest
price baskets of the different grades.
Now, due to an increase in commis
sions resulting from high prices, we
are doubling the number of premiums,
there being 14 instead of only seven for
each floor sale, viz:
Two $2.50 Premiums for B 1 R Cherry Red Leaf of 200 Lbs. or More.
Two $2.50 Premiums for B 1 F Tan Color Leaf of 200 Lbs. or More.
Two $2.50 Premiums for C 1 L Straw Color Cutters of 150 Lbs. or More.
Two $2.50 Premiums for C 1 F Tan Color Cutters of 200 Lbs. or More.
Two $2.50 Premiums for X 1 L Straw Color Lugs of 150 Lbs. or More.
Two $2.50 Premiums for X 1 F Tan Color Lugs of 200 Lbs. or More.
TWO $5.00 premiums for the bas-
ts bringing the largest number of
J it
'"Mars. If any two baskets bring the
re Price, the premium goes to that of
ne largest weight If two or more tie
31 Pounds and price, each is awarded a
Premium.
Since an avprnco mimhur nf nminris
Jf HO growers fill each of the three
J and the fact the baskets of more
ltlan half of this nnmhor lark the re-
?uired weight to be eligible for prem-
ms (it is seen those) hnvinrr one or
Jj grades of high quality weighing
200
than
Pounds or more will have a more
rte to thrPA rhunra. in ohfflin a
tomiuirn.
. ne awarding of premiums have prov
en bom k i. . ...
(l)The result being, we sell additional
pounds every round of sales; (2) The
practice has been educational in that it
focuses the grower's attention to the
value of quality and proper handling;
(3) It serves as an incentive to the
growers, when it is possible, to sell in
heavier lots instead of making useless
extra trips to market a small crop; (4)
That the growers by selling direct to an
ESTABLISHED MARKET save the
buyer labor and gas expenditures inci
dent to hauling to Greeneville, and. at
the same time the grower is protected
by the advantages the GREENEVILLE
MARKET AFFORDS. Then, too, he is
more than reimbursed when hauling di
rect to BERNARD'S by tb? premiums
for the extra gas in which may happen
to be required.
, O . r. v.....U ,
tn helpful to us and the grower:
BERNARD'S WAREHOUSES
June
By W. W. BERNARD
n WWNC 7:25 A. M. and WNOX at 1:10 P. M. For The Greeneville Tobacco
Boards of Trade Da ly Market Reports.
TO REGISTER NATION'S
NURSES
Every graduate nurse through
out the nation is asked by the War
Manpower Commission to register
at a local hospital or health center
during National Nurses Mobiliza
tion Week, beginning February 7.
The appeal is being made to gra
duate nurses of all ages, no motter
where they live or how" long they
have been away from active practice.
ARMY TO RELEASE VEHICLES
Non combat Army vehicles, man
ufactured in 1940 and before, will
be made availabl: for essential ci
vilian use in the near future, ac
cording to the War Department.
Jei ps will not be released. Details
will be announced later.
GET READY FOR
THE HOLIDAYS . . . CetltlTal
Before the rush starts,
is a good time to get your P RCk j3 tlOfC
clothes all ready for the WICIIvl O
Holiday Season. Bring
them to us (with a hang- Main Street
er, please) and your wor
ries will be over.
For Quality Workmanship
Phone 113
Send Your Garments To Us.
CAN HOLD SHOES 30 DAYS
Without ration payment dealers
may not hold shoes bought on a
will-call or lay-away plan, or by
special order, longer than 30 days
aft r they become available for
delivery, OPA has announced.
rrriHi
TO
UJ LI
Shelled Black
WALNUTS
We Are Paying
$000 Per
1& Hundred
Walnut Kernels
45'
Per
Pound
Farmers Exchange
Phone 130-M
East Waynesville
We're going
away
for the
duration !
Goodiye friends!
The Atlantic Company has, for ovr a year,
overcome extreme difficulties of transpor
tation and rationing in order to continue
serving you with Atlantic Ale and Beer.
Now, through circumstances beyond our
control the shortage of Tires, Gasoline,
Trucks and Containers we arc forced to
stop. Our investment in time, effort, dis
tribution, merchandising and advertising is
lost to us for the present at least. You can
well understand that, with a great sales
lead in this territory, it is a sad day for
us when we have to give it up. We realize
that it is a sad day for you too, in losing
the pleasure of your favorite beverages
Atlantic Ale and Beer. Wartime Con
ditions and circumstances beyond your
control and ours are responsible. We leave
you with regret we hope to return and
soon. Please remember us.
"Full of Oood Cheer"
BACK THE ATTACK-BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS
ATLAKTK COMPASY Imlt fc Aiimm, Cl fc
    

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