S1)AY, AUGUST 23, 193
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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, readers as citizens
limiit. the state, and
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Ie that news of crime,
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that all persons and
Cherry Expects To Lift
Speed Limit For State
all organizations are entitled tn
fair play in the columns of the i
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Governor Cherry said this week
Example of a 2x4 mind: Keeping
the neighbors awaks 'till 2 a. in :
then feeling wronged when their
noise wakes you at 7.
the wartime speed limit of 35 miles
per hour in North Caiolina prob
ably would be raised back to the 1
prewar limit of (50 miles per hour
within a short time.
The 35-mile limit was set bv
Governor Broughton shortly alter ;
Pearl Harbor under emergencv
wartime powers given fie Gover
nor by the Legislature.
The prewar limit fur automobiles
was 00 miles. 35 for tri'eks. and
30 miles for trucks with trailers.
Howevir, some highway officials
have expressed the belief that
these speeds would be too high for
present day automobiles. 80 per
cent of which are more than three
Cherry said he would begin con
sideration immediately of steps to
be taken in reference of the lift
ing of other wartime regulations
adopted by both himself and Gov
ernor Broughton. Many of these,
he said, will be obsolete with the
coming of peace.
yatt & Company
AT THE DEPOT
Question: How can nut grass be
Answer: About the only work
able plan is continuous cultiva
tion of the land at even two-
week interval throughout two
growing seasons, says Dr. Hoy Lov
vorn, forage crops expert of the
Agricultural Experiment Station at
State College. "This does not
necessarily have tobe deep culti
vation, but should' be just deep
enough to destroy the growing
parts," he explains. "I realize that
this recommendation involves a
lot o ftrouble. but it will work,
if pursued diligently."
Blackheads, Too. Went l ast
Wa. it is tnif, llre I a
li.nmls. medicaled liquid callvd
K LEE REX that dircs "P pi m pit's
ovrrnlglit aa it arts to Unit'" d n-movi'
ugly bl.u kin-ads. l'how who folMwrd aim
directions and appnt-u t
a in li Tinul v HitmriM'ri when thrv
found thmpimi'lrsand bluckheadshuii rlmapprarwl
Thrae uiera cntlnmi.iBli.MUy praisf Hlr ami
claim thrv ar no lonn-r cnib.m.tw1 -ax now
happy with tlnir fh-.ir com pic mono. Ut iur.
II nnr add ic.it ion in nu .u,- " " 1
your money L
Alt lor Klri
Cut-ale Druff Store
rease Farm Profits By
BODUCING MORE Mill
jlany More Grade "A" Producers
We Are Paying Top Milk Prices
Pet Dairy Products Co.
Phone 10 Waynesville, N. C.
frs "'II remodel to suit tenants,
, on wm,n t
"iuoic iooi oasis, on
Huilding will soon he modernized,
including elevator service.
L uwners Will rumisn . . .
fleat Lights Water and Janitor Services
FOR DETAILS CONSULT
JOE ROSE, Agent
Phone 558 or 496
PAGE FIVE (First SeetkmJ
Four Members Of Family In Service
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! Ynv ittitmhi iiry ti-mar fiimwtiiiiLii j mi ' ..jrfl&.J
I THOMAS JONES ttll.l.A MF. JOMIS
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Within A Week Or So - -
MI?. AND MRS. JAMES II. JONES, or Clu V V O. No I. Iiavo
four cliildrrn in the service, three sons ;uul one dumhter, .ill nulii
;Ues of the Crabtree high school They are:
James Jones, chief pharmacist, t:. S. Navy, who enlisted in Hie
Navy in 1939. and was on duty at various short stations in this coun
try until January. 1941, when he was transferred to advanced de
stroyer base. Number 1, in Londondery, Northern Ireland, and re
mained there for one year. He was then transferred to amphibious
force of the Atlantic fleet and participated in I he North African in
vasion, where the transport on which lie was serving was torpedoed
and sunk. He later served on a inan-o-war in the South Atlantic,
and is now with the fleet Marine force in the Pacific
Cadet Will a Mae Jones, of the Cadet Niirsyiu Corps, took several
months training ;it AHnes Junior College, Hal! imoi c. and is continu
ing her traininK at St. Joseph's Infirmary, Atlanta. At the tune she
entered the service she was employed at the Bell Bomber plant in
Thomas Gilbert Jones, who volunteered in the Seabees in At
lanta. Ca.. on August 18. 194H, is now serving in Hawaii. lie look
his basic training at Camp Peary. Va . and trom there was sent to
Camp Endicott. R I , and on June f, 1944. to his present poM At
tjie time he entered the service he held a position under Hie Civil
Service Commission at Kort McPlirrson. (ia
Ralph Jones, seaman lirst class, volunteered in Hie Navy and
enlisted in Asheville on November 7. 1914. in Hie N'avv Air Corps.
He was sent to Memphis. Tenn , and then to Norman. Okla, and later
to Purcell. Okla. At present he is stationed at Corpus Christi, Tex.,
at the navy air base. At the time he entered the .service he was cm
ployed by the shipyards at Portsmouth, Va.
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EI) SUMS, Owner
Main Street Waynesville
We Will Absolntely
Passenger and Truck
All Standard Sizes
We Will Meet Any
Prices On Same
We Will Not Be
Buy The Best Tires (Goodyear) For Even Less Hi
At Our Modern
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EI) SIMS, Owner