PAGE THREE (Seeond SeetionT "
THE WAYSWLLE MOUNTAINEER
L 3a Haywood
Hints New Car
,k-ii in the w n hi .-
M lerms of liwl new r;
,,mc surface conditions would mil
In terit l labor i-'-i.i' i'ii.
It niiiy iwaii a new ami ro;iMn.ibh
Vou rani put oiir tumor mi it
;1 mailer of fait there is Mill
m.iiio iliscuuraeinn and threati-ntn.;
talk from both sides of llu' lahor
inanam'ment ience Uul ilimn un
derneath one finds much of thr
-olid substance of normal relations
and normal production
Tlii' change lias ronii' about in
1 1... o.-isi iVw weeks. Not mi Ion.'
po-.ll l I '
it V No
! aijo close observers in ii' wrir ;
: ,-mintinS Hit' 'lays un,il Uu' - inti'd j
i i!to Workers woulii make need j
t i i. i r promise to pull v. orki-rs oft'
I ,,bs on strikes aitain miles-, the
( (ist of livinu stopped hooniini;
llii' key spot prunia.i.
ihrvsli r. wlii'i'i' tin' contract allows
, , niii'iinr: ol tin- wane clause on
oil das nolico.
Till' C'lir. sli-r situal ion hasn't
i cached its cri-is vet. hut under- i
....-..ins i' iilciil now Point to nolli-
i inn more than a period ol l.ible
tliunipini; and inabo snnir nam'
I Those an- onl;. trends An t hm .
c.in happon in this d namir eon -
niiinilN and this iiiiprodiiialde m-
liut tin' ti'i'iul is in a
dil'i'i ! ion Wlia' changed
ono M'l'ins lo know lor
It looks lo some, how i' or.
as if lahor loaders who Ion-: Haw
known that while theoretically tins
is a ood tinii' to strike, with peak
product ion approai hini!. il uiuld
he a hifl risk to try lor anothi r
pay inereasr, have convinced other
unionists and a Hood seetion ol J lie
rank and fill' that the li;:ht should
hi' t ui i it'll . not on more pa . hut onl
eilllins living costs.
Melinw Idle, the reneral pi li e
sit uat ion is so uncertain that ear
makers don't know' how mueh to
rhaiuo in order lo make a profit
mi each ear. Theie are serious
parts shorla.!.'os; with each maker
ha niK difierenl problems. 1 he
eltert is to kri'P I1 oilucl ion far
1 rum original srhediiles. Hut still
ears are boinn made, and oni' plant,
foul, says il has reached wh.it il
expects to he lis peak, of 3.1)0(1 to
1.1)11(1 ears and trucks a day. for a
w hile. (Icnoral Motors and I'hrs slci
a'e doillH well, as are most niile
I ei dents, ini ludin-i Packard. Na .li.
and Studohaker and es)eeiall' Hud
son. The new Kaiscr-l-'raer plant
a( Willow Kim is making ahout 2(1
ears a day. not mueh by normal
standards, hut a token of what may
: he expected.
1:( )i.!.YVt)i 1) - As far as thr
i-iiii.l 'oi's tiiii;nii of Thomas
j Writes look Homeward. Angel
'leii'ni st., it tomorrow It's done to
the h.-t, detail. Arthur lliple .
ilmih responsible lor the ailapta
!:oii Mas i:iesered the l)eaul and
;m- oil. i-it of the nuM'l Wher
: i e; pe-M'ile. he has ri'tanieil
W ol le s i iv. 11 Wiinls.
To ill the screen medium. I lit'
- Ii.! has b.-eii changed somewhat
llipltw ten me his fhief concern is
P' .el the author's "message and
,iliilo.-oi)h " over in Hie picluri'
t ' 1 1 . 1 1 n concessions "hail to he
. made." " The iihn opens with the!
death of Ben. and the story is told ,
ihroii'di the Hash-hack " technique
isiiowing Hie steadv growth ol ai
j ii.n ailer from childhood is nnpos
! sihle on the tici'ii; so the picture
i will dial cluctly with Kugciie s
. leen-aue cars. with an emphasis
; on his college lilt'. The role of the
I philosophy )i olessor. irgil Wele
Jdou. has been built up. The girl,
j I. aura, returns briclly to Kugene in
'the end The hooks famous lyrics
j are to be lead as off-slagi' lines A
I tew in i in if ehai alters lia e been
hiplc, who spent several weeks
j aiouml Chapel 1 1 ill and Ashcvillc
iliimmg backgrounds for the pic
ture iiui he as-ociati'd with David
tselnick in making I he film. C'cr
t.im necoi ial ions bet iieeii the two
i men and Kudulph Milliter, who
ow lis I ae 1 1 1 1 it rights with Kipliw .
; hae bei a going on Sclnick. who
1 u j i ii 'i 1 out such classics as "(mne
I With the ind ' and "l)aid
ATHENS GIs MEAN BUSINESS
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The ) raseis;i'i- t'ackartl litis
to stop at a road block lean ng m. ' ; juMinu County
The CIs had eroded the obst. a.c.m Ka, int , r t ......ifhoro,
of pol.lically ousted Sher.1T MansUcld. Hi.t.nuiti.
Makes 214 MPH
Waistline These Days
Parkway Tours Bus
I.ook lloniewaid ln UIUU1
I ngel is liel inileh on his proline- '
t ion schedule. Hut he has se er.il I
jollier pictures already prepared
j So 1 1 1 1 11 come first.
I Lillian dish has been the actress
t most prominent ly nienlioni'd for
t lie part ol Kll.a, the mot her
1 1 1 1' 1 1 r 1- onda. ( iregorv Peck. Joseph
I Cotton, and Hubert Cunuiungs are
among the male stars who've read
I the sciipl with the view of plaxing
laig. n. Since Cotlen. Peck, and
.leinnier .bines are all under con
tract to Seluick. it's may guess thai
il the deal w ith Kiploy got s
through. I'eck will get the Kugene
role: Cotlen the part of Ben: and
Jones will play Laura. Colten was
a friend of Wolfe's in New York.
One female moth and her family
can destroy, in a single year, as
much wool as it would .take one doz
en sheep to produce.
-houhl remain so. o, oiler better
i.pporlunitios for work, uui'in the
1 iiiiediato future.
wine and Dance
- - - At The - - -
etty Jean Club
r " M,:. inn on Highway 10-23
(" "' -t ' -null 5:00 P. M. - 2:00 A. M.
- - 9 WKSTFJIN STKAKS
Q CHICK FN
AT u I. I 'MI'S - - . EXCEPT SL'N'OAY
F:( TI U Tn SI'FCIAL TART1FS
"! 1 ' Tax Cliai-Rc Between 5 anil 8
Asked to Organize
All men interested in oiRaniing
a llavwooi! county chapter of Dis
abled American Veterans are re
tpiested to contact William llein,'.
lioiile a liesv ille.
Mr Hem, a veteran of World
: War I . totally disabled then, has
been active ill D.W tirganizat ions
t, hew here, and is intere.Jed ill gel
It nig one set u() here. There is a
jihaptrr in Asheville. be stales, but
I tmiit' located tart her west in tins
ll i el. rans w ith us much as in
; per ceal disability are eligible to
ii n ii the organisation, wlileli was
lormed on a national scale after the
la I w ai and has been active ill Si cilian':
their country during war
Mr. Hem asks that men eligible
to join write linn so that at an ap
ujropiiale time a representative
from slate headquarli'i s may come
here fo issue a charter. WiUi 20
or more members. Haywood county
would be authorized a chapter.
l.AKAMIi:. Wvo. William t 1-;-ieh
and Carl Pardee, two Hilt -hrothi
I s who "dreanied up" and
c oust r u c 1 e d I Hl-horsepowcr ol
shilling .iluminuiii. band-inaile au
tomobile, are thinking of building
I inl v t ne new one w ould have a
turbine power plant The ciiirenl
job. now oil display here, looks
like a -trange contraption I ruin uu
world of the future
II can't leallv be classilied as a
racing machine all bought il has
been u uol I icially clocked at 2M h
miles per hour on the llonnev ille.
Itah. salt flats." I I rich explained
v,.ii li.-i- be added can it be term
ed an airplane, although il does
lue. e "a sort of stabilizer w hich is
needed lor high speeds.
With its orginal Hailton 5011
hoi m power, side-bv -side. IM cviin
,er engine, it reached the 215 MP1I
speed. The motor now in use i
ja "luewed-iip" job, mostly hand
made. With its present 140-horse-
povver. which is not superi nai ceo.
the ear can gel up to ' M'".
( Iver-all. Hie speedster is HP feel
long, lias a H)-fool wheelbase ami
carries 12-ply, 20-inch liuck-lvpe
The body, or skill, was Im nied ol
sheet aluminum by using sand b.e's
lor forming weights. The tm pedo
shaped vehicle weigh- more than
a HIM) pounds, gets eighl to 12 miles
per gallon of gasoline on the six
ev hnilei motor, and gulps a "aMoi'
! , '. I, ,ii milt's with the 2 I i ' he..;
W VSlllNCTON. Here
on the waistline of the 7111 Ii con- j
Mr. (Icorge Calver. whose job isj
to keep the nation's law make
awav from that second helping ol j
potatoes, says the congressman ol I
today is more shapely that hi
predecessor. Calver says represen
tatives and senators have been
keeping an eve on a balanced diet
as well as a balanced budget.
Thirteen members of congress
died in the last seven years less
than past congressional rales. Cal
ver says it's because they've learn
ed lo take care of themselves. The
congressional docliir is glad lo see
congress lake a vacation.
"1 will do them all a world of
good." he said. "They need lo re
lax ailer seven years ofc tension."
Trips low B
ieimj lade io Gallinburg
1IF15 HI I F
Owner and l)ricr
Of The lSus
Al'ler .'.:)0 P. M. Call 1 1
Chamber of Commerce
Eating boiled potatoes, skins nnd
all, gives extra returns in food value
because of the good measure of vi
tamins and minerals In the skin am
directly beneath it.
Parties Made Up For Any Scenic Trip
P m has bet onii
ni ss in ( oiinei
shoe. New .lei
The cure .
ol I ii i.i I SI
-ev . a in I
ile hu i
1 1 ( il u-
Nation's Food Bill docs
Up 13 Per Cent in July
WASHINGTON, Food prices
throughout the nation went up Kl
per tent during the 30-day period
ending .Inly 15.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics
reports thai a 30 per cent increase
j meat prices and a 2D tier cent
rise in dairy products were pri
Other living essentials besides
food went ui 1'ss than one per
making the average rise a .
eent. the largest for any com
ihle period since 1941.
have earmarked luni
men! ol alcoholic, a
t In iiirihout the eoiiuti'v have , ,iab
iished committees for etlueat ion on
This was reported by the (.uu
, ,1 nt Stale fiovel'umi !.' - v hu h
said surveys showed Vail null ah o
holies in the nation in addition u
25" 000 ' chronic " exce-sn e th i';'
The Connecticut Coiniiii - ion m
Aleoliolism has taken over tin
Yale Plan clinics for treatment ol
alcoholics and the Council desri ih
ed this move as "a majo
ward broader public i-pnn
ellorts lo cope with I'll' fail thai
one male adult out of everv 17 in
the I niled Slates is an ahoholie or
chronic ei es.ive drinker
Marriage l icenses
il,,,-,, hi II Kr'ui'gi'i' of Mori is
,,,,'u, r.im to Wimlred Osborne
Q Dairy Feed
Q Seed Rye
AWKIts . . . SEE lTS AUOI T QUANTITY PKICES.
Indiana Company Will
Mine Deep River Field
i! i i- inii ..Tli" Oeen H i
a I Held, which has been linmiiied
mine disaster in r.ij.. ap-
parenlly will undergo large scale
The Stale Hoard of Conservation
Dev elopment sav s the Waller
Bledsoe Co, of Torre Haute.
one of the eountrv s largest
producers, has acquired most
of the field and will begin opci.i
tions some time next week.
Mining engineers estimate there
least 46.000,00" tons ol eoai
the field, which is located m
Chatham, Moore and Lee counties.
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Cuba Demands Seat
At Peace Conference
PVRIS Cuba has asked for a
seat in the 21-nalion European
Peace Conference on the grounds
that countries which signed the
United Nations pact in January
1942. cannot make separate treaties
with the enemy, and that any na
tion which declared war on the
I Axis should be represented.
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