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You probably know wo would bo
appealing to you for cars to help
take the boys and girls to Cherokee
Reservation the last of the month
If you can take your car please
leave your name at the Library.
Four people have already volun
teered, but at the rate the boys and
Cirls are finishing up it looks as
if there'll be around 60. to 75 eligi
ble to go.
If you would like to contribute
toward the expense of the Head
ing Club, please feel free to give
any amount for it is needed and
will be deeply appreciated by those
The trip as planned will take all
day f ra tour of the reserva
tion will le planned, picnic lunch
and the presentation of the Head
ing Certificates by Chief Wythe or
ice-Chief Bradley. Unless plans
have to bo changed the trip is
scheduled for August 21st. All
leading reports, etc.. must be com
plete by August 17th.
The pictures of the Knurl h Pow
wow taken when Chief Standing
Deer was here are available to the
boys and girls and visitors for ten
and twentv-five cents. You may
see these pictures in the library
and leave your order.
Hoosicrs Bring Revolt
Over $1 Haircuts
HAMMOND. Ind , "No Haircut
Club'' has been organized following
(lie raising of prices for haircuts
"No haldies are eligible." said
Donald Murphy. Vice-President of
the group. "A man has to have
some hair to get into the club." He
said any member w ho gets a haircut
will be fined $5.
The club will stage a recruiting
drive for members Saturday in
; front of the Courthouse.
Teacher Here For
The last Powwow session of the
Cherokee Reading club, sponsored
by the Haywood County Library
will be held at 10:30 o'clock Mon
day morning in the Welch Memo
rial building of the Baptist church
here, it was learned from Miss
Margaret Johnston, librarian.
Miss Flanagan, who is head of
the Home Economic department of
the Cherokee Indian Reservation
school, and also in charge of crafts
on the Reservation will conduct the
program at the session.
Miss Flanagan will give a talk
and display on arts and crafts. All
members of the club and friends,
patrons of the library as well as
the public are invited to the ses
sion on Monday.
During the morning plans will
also be discussed for the awarding
of the certificates which will close
the leading period that will take
place at the Cherokee Reservation.
Pictures Show Highlights of Atomic Year One
mmm mmmmm. " ..... . 40 n h. Kmh m A few hundred picked
ST. IS "war bSrnb Ml Teb 0. dead and unxL AlNa,
asakTfs) a few dayi later casualUes were 80,000. Only other atomic explosions have been In two BMni
with others, scientists are opservwg nvamu. '"'""'""--y " mm mm mu w nuiuin m 1 1 1 wwi
Cpl. Fred Lewis, Jr.
Home From Pacific
lie-enlists In Army
Corporal Kred Lewis. Jr.. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Kred Lewis, of
Waynesville. H F. D. No 1. who
has returned from the Pacific
theater, has arrived in the states
and will spend a 60-day leave with
Cpl. Lewis entered the service
in March. 1 945 and took his basic
training at Camp Gordon, after
which he was sent to Fort George
Meade, and then to San Francisco,
then to the Pacific theater, where
he served for one year.
Cpl. Lewis has reenlisted in the
army and when his furlough here
is completed will report to Fort
Bragg for his next assignment.
Ho is entitled to wear the Ameri
can Theater ribbon, the Asiatic
Pacific ribbon, the Occupation of
Japan medal, Victory ribbon, and
Good conduct medal.
lie has one brother in the serv
ice. George Lewis, who is with the
Merchant Marines and is currently
stationed in Houston, Tex.
The porcupine is slow and stupid
and these characteristics have been
the salvation of more than one lost
hunter and woodsman. Of all the
forest animals the "porky" Is the
only one which an unarmed man,
sick from hunger and exposure, can
kill with a stick or a stone.
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DR. VERN J. WININGER, D. O.
Treatments By Appointment Ooly
ii .v. ..u v.A ..... v c . i ,it i ci mprEFd from their lab-
nil UllUUgll Mc j s .. . s . . -
oratories to speak up on political aspects of atomic en
ergy Photo (from August March of Time) shows Albert
Einstein with Harold Urey (left) and Leo Szllard, all
active in tight to control the bomb.
The most lethal way
to deliver an A-bomb
is by rocket. Army
trials of German V-2
type (abovel brought
assurances by the end
of Atomic Year 1 that
the day of long range
atomic rockets is al
most here. Scientists
know of no defense.
Expert Service On
O Electrical Appliances
riiv for civilian con
trol of atom In U. S. was
led by Sen. Brleo McMa-
hon (D., Conn.).
After directing Las Ala
mos bomb laboratory, Dr.
J. R. Oppenheimcr helped
draft State Dep t. proposals.
Biggest issue of Atomic Year
1 was international control. U. S.
plan, presented to UN Atomic
Commission by Bernard Baruch,
drew counter proposals from
Russia's Andrei Gromyko
(shown above reading his plan;
Baruch at right). Most observ
ers expected final compromise.
The great American public
spent Atmnic Year 1 coping with
new words, new fears and new
hopes. Scientists predicted bless
ings from the atom, but not if
war strikes. Photo shows exhibit
at New York Museum of Scicnca.
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