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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
N. C. Leads States
RALKIGH - North Carolina tops
every state in the Nation in employ
ment during the reconversion peri
od, as indicated Ijy the small num
ber of workers filing claims for
Unemployment benefits in relation
to the number of workers covered
by the llncmplo.Miicnl Compensa
tion Law. Chairman Henry K
Kendall, of the Stale I'nemploy
menl Compensation Commission,
Only (he District of Columbia, of
the 4!) jurisdictions included in the
mainland of the United States,
showed a smaller proportion of its
covered labor force as claiming
benefits dining unemployment.
North Carolina, in September
94.rj, with an average covered em
ployment of ,r24,000. had only 1.5
percent of this employment to file
claims for compensation, which is
only 37 ") percent of the figure for
ine entire nation, in which 4 per
cent of the 2ti.IIOO.DO0 covered
workers filed claims for benefits.
For both October and November,
the North Carolina ratio was 17
percent, against a national average
of ,r.:i percent. The December
average in North Carolina was 1!)
percent, against the national aver
age of 5 8 percent. During the lirst
three months of l!)4li the North
Can. Im. i aveiage u ;rs 1 1.7 and
1.9 percent, respect ivei . as coin
pared with a national average of
6.5. (17 and (i 1! percent.
Records in a i n t a i n e d by the
Bureau of Research and Statistics
of the Cnemplov men! Compensa
tion Commission and the Kmploy
ment Service covering Hie last ten
years indicate that prior to the
war. uneinplov meiit in North Caro
lina remained consist Iv at about
20 percent below the average for
the countiv In thes,. post-war
Fines Creek Cemetery
To Have Annual Clean
Up Day On August 7
The annual Clean-Up day will bo
held on Wednesday, August 7th, at
the Hiram Rogers Baptist Church,
Fines Creek. Everyone is invited
to come and help with the work
that day. and especially those who
have relatives and friends buried
in the cemetery.
TRUMAN GREETS TEEN-AGE RECRUITS IN FAMINE WAR
See I's For . . .
Electrical Repairing of all Kinds
HOWELL ELECTRIC CO.
J. W. Howell, owner
Shop and Office
Under Henderson's Corner
i Employers Save Millions
! In '45 On Rating Plan
i RALKICII.- North Carolina em
ployers covered by the State L'n
i employment Compensation Law
! saved nearly $5,000.1)00. or slightly
more than 'M percent of the amount
they would have paid in payroll
I contributions in the calender year
of 1 945. through operation of the
Employer Experience Hating plan,
it is revealed by Chairman Henry E.
I Kendall, of the State Cnemplov-
ment Compensation Commission.
' The saving from the standard
; rate of 2.7 percent of pav rolls in
covered employment amounted to
:' $4.94(i.296. in 1945. Employers
; paid $10,235,415 to the UCC fund,
i but would have paid $21,181,711.
except for the operation of the Em
ployer Experience Hating Plan.
The General Assembly of 19H9
'enacted the Experience Rating Plan
as an amendment to the Unemploy
ment Compensation Law. intended
as an inducement to employers in !
the State to strive to maintain
steady and regular emplov ment.
and thereby earn a lower rate of
contributions than the standard 2.7 I
percent rate. The law set up a
schedule of rates, ranging from
the standard rate downward to
II 27 percent which eniplovers could
.strive for by holding down the un
employment of their workers.
! .Judge and Mrs. Frank SiikiHkts
have returned to town alter a stay
at Hot Springs.
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Traffic Jams As Van
Delivers Goods To
County Court House
Tuesday morning the traf
fic along Main Street was pil
ed up while a large auto-van
was jockying around in front
of the Court Houe. Finally
it backed up the sidewalk
leading to the frcnt door, and
parked at the foot of the steps
leading in the Court House,
letting the traffic move again.
After a few minutes in
which delivery papers were
waved about and signed, the
van began unloading what it
had delivered: Paper goods
lor the Court House lest
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Beer Served Onlv
ONE OF THE 24 TEEN-AGE BOYS AND GIRLS arriving at the White House to map plans for fighting famine
abroad. Martha Ann Bowman, St. Louis, representing the National Catholic Welfare Conference, is shown
being greeted by President Truman. Seventeen youth organizations were represented at the Washington
conference, which was sponsored by Youth United for Famine Relief. (International Souridpioto)
Mrs. C. H. Christy and daughter, :
Nancy, and son, Claude Christy, of
Chicago, are visiting the former's'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Mat
months it is shown that unemploy
ment in North Carolina has been
about one-third of the national
'"Phis indicates a wholesome
trend in North Carolina and brings
out forcibly the slight effect of re
conversion in North Carolina in
dustry when compared with the
experience of the country as a!
whole," said Chairman Kendall.
For 1946 Crop To
Be At 1945 Level
WASHINGTON -The agriculture
depart ment has announced that its)
grower price support program lor
the 1940 tobacco crop will be es
sentially the same as thai for the
Producer prices will be sup
ported at not less than 90 per cent
of the parity prices on flue-cured,
hurley, Maryland, cigar filler anil
cigar binder types. Support prices
for lire cured tobacco will be at
75 per cent of the burley rate.
Support prices for. dark air-cured
and Virginia sun cured types will
he at two-third- of the hurley rate.
The department said that the
only changes from the 1945 pro
gram involve flue-cured tobacco.
Last year the prices was supported
largely by government purchases
by the lirilish Empire and for lend
This year foreign countries will
resume purchases through regular
trade channels. The government
support program for this type will
be limited to government loans.
Louis Ensley, S 1c,
Released From Active
Duty In The USNR
Louis Ensley. seaman first class,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Ensley.
of Balsam, has been released to in
active duly in the Naval Heservo.
receiving his discharge from the
Naval Air station in Charleston.
Seaman F.nsley entered the serv
ice in February. 1945 and took his
hoot training at Hainbridge. Md.
He has been serving aboard the
1'. S S. Hanger off the coast of
, Florida for the past six months.
Seaman Ensley is a graduate of
the VV'av nesville Township high
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Peanut Butter Crunch Pie
With Butterscotch Filling
By BETSY NEWMAN
IF YOU would like a real flossy
dessert which also saves flour,
sugar arr fat, try this Peanut But
ter Crunch Pie.
Veal Birds are called "Montana"
Birds. I don't just know why. They
are very nutritious.
Montana Veal Birds Potatoes
Raw Vegetable Salad
Peanut Butter Crunch Pie with
Montana Veal Birds
1 lb. veal steak
4 slices bread
1 tbsp. grated
H tap. nutmeg
Dash of sage
Salt and pepper
Have veal thinly sliced, leuove
bone and trim. Cut in pieces 4
inches long and 2 wide. McVa a
stuffing by drying bread and toast
ing in a slow oven, then crush fine
ly and add melted drippings and
seasonings. If mixture is not moist
enough to hold together when
squeezed betwen the fingers, add a
very small amount of water.
Spread the stuffing thinly on
each piece of meat and roll individ
ually, fastening with toothpicks.
Sprinkle with salt and pepper,
dredge with flour or roll in crum
bled corn flakes and brown in hot
drippings. Add a small amount of
water and cover tightly, reduce
heat and cook, either on op of
range or in a moderate oven (350
deg. F.) for 45 mins. Serves 4.
Peanut Butter Crunch Pie with
4 e. flake cereal 1 tbsp. flour
2 tbsp. sugar 2 tbsp. melted
4 tbsp. peanut margarine
Crush flakes into fine crumbs,
add sugar and flour, mix well and
toss together. Blend margarine
and peanut butter, mix with
crumbs, using fork or pastry
blender. Press evenly and firmly
around sides and bottom of pie par.
and bake in 850 deg. F. oven 7 to
10 mins. Cool before adding filling.
lc. milk 1 tbsp. plain
!4 c. dark corn gelatin
syrup U c. cold milk
3 egg yolks Vi c. additional
1 ee; white com syrup
Vi tsp. salt 2 egg whites
1 tbsp. mar- 1 tsp. vanilla
Scald milk with first amount of
com syrup in double boiler. Beat
egg yolks and 1 egg white with
salt, add hot milk slowly, stirring
as added, return to double boiler
and cook over hot, not boiling wa
ter, until mixture thickens slightly
and coats spoon. Do not overcook.
Remove from heat, stir in butter
or margarine and gelatin which
has stood 6 min. in cold milk. Stir
until gelatin is dissolved and fat
well blended, then set in pan of
cold water until mixture begins to
thicken. Beat until light.
Beat egg whites stiff, add re
maining corn jyrup gradually,
beating in as added. Fold into cus
tard mixture and add vanilla.
Blend thoroughly. Turn into pre
pared shell and if liked, garnish
top with salted nut meats. Chill in
refrigerator until firm.
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