THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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EVICTED AND NO PLACE TO GO
New Easy Way
Desipte the fact that the produc
tion of beef cattle in this state is
increasing, a,oi head were im
ported from other states for
slaughter from January through
June, Dr. William Moore, head of
the Veterinary niv-ision, f t In
state Agriculture Department, re
He said that 1.361 dairy cattle
were brought into the state, and
200 beef cattle, bringing total im
portations for the first six months
of this year to 10,555, compared
with 1,216 for 1944, and 1,333 for
Dr. Moore explained thai the
total number of slaughter cat lie
imported this year likely would
run 25 per cent higher than those
for which his office has importa
Due to the low salary schedule
followed by the state in the em
ployment of veterinarians, Dr.
Moore finds it diflicull to keep an
eye on the imported slaughter cat
tle and many of them are not going
for slaughter, but arc sprc.Hling
disease among local livestock herds, I
At the present time, the Veteri
nary Division has six veterinarians,
including Dr. Moore, and on Sep
tember 1 this number will be re
duced to five.
Pointing out that around nine
veterinarians are needed full-time
to combat livestock disease. Dr.
Moore declared that the livestock
industry in North Carolina has
been placed in a hazardous posi
tion. "We find it virtually impossible
to secure men, because the aver
age young veterinarian can make
at least one-third more in private
practice than in winking for the
slate," asserted Dr. Moore.
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FACED BY A 10-DAY EVICTION NOTICE served on liU luimlies ot wounded
Navy veterans living in a housing unit of the Naval Hospital at Sampson,
N. Y., Mrs. Eunice Purcell and Mrs. O. L. ilonngger are faced by a
"No Trespassing" sign on an empty farm house us they seek new
quarters. The housing unit has been demanded for an emergency col
lege which is.to open sometime during the fall. ( iili-rimliomil)
Study Shows Rosie, The Riveter.
Will Remain In U. S. Industry
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. II Mire
Kale bruff Store
Sticky Tabic Top
To remove paper that sticks to
your table top, moisten it with a
little olive oil.
will not begin until next spring,
anyway. The airport program may
not be drastically affected.
It Al.'l IMOUK. Md.-Kusic the
liivcrlcr is here to stav .
Ilerclolore a-sncialed only with
wartime America, linsie will be
come a permanent part of the
national picture so much so. that
hv infill one out of every three
American women above the age ol
II will lie working in industry.
That's the prediction of Dr. Anna
M Macljer ol the Johns Hopkins
School of Hygiene and Public
Health. Dr. Baetjer. who is as
sislant prnlessor oi ph siological
hygiene has made an extensive
si tidy of the subject in her hook.
"Woman in Industry.'
She estimates that more than
Ui, (100.01)11 members of the sex will
grace industrial pay rolls in the
next four .wars only 2.000.000
fewer than the wartime peak.
All Ihis is going to create new
problems fur the industrialist, says
Dr. .Bactjcr She reports:
"Women appear to he more criti
cal ol working conditions than men.
Adequate lunch periods, res! pauses
and sa nilary facilities reduce fa
tigue and add to the happiness and
efficiency of women al work, as
do proper working hours aud safety
Waynesville Art Gallery
This Season Wc Have Our
Offered At Auction Daily
Fine Diamond Jewelry . . . Imported
Porcelains . . . Watches . . . Clocks . . .
Genuine Paintings . . . Antique Eng
lish Silver . . . Antique Furniture . . .
Sterling Silver . . . Art Goods.
Our Eleventh Season in Waynesville
10:30 A. M.
8:00 P. M.
jtads.Of Items Too Numerous To Mention
Fines! Collection of Lace Dresdesden Figures Ever Offered To The Public
1 or Sale . . . Valuable Gifts FKEE At Each Sale.
Waynesville Art Gallery
a.m. 8 p.m.
N. C. OITeml $(kS0.7.T2
For Airport Construction
During Fiscal Year '17
North Carolina was uttered an
appropriation ul $(;; :!?'.' Ii the
federal government for airport
construction and development dm
ing the year ending .lune HO, l!ll7
according to an announcement in
Washington lasl week.
The funds niusl he matched del
lar for a dollar li snniMr. of air
port projects 1 1 Iiiii the stale The
Civil Aeronautics administration
which is administering Hie federal
money, is drawing regulations gn
erning individual project request-
land will he open to applicil kui-
irom project sponsors alter Oclo
A lolal of $4"i million was ap
propriated h.v Congress under the
Federal aid an pol l program, ami
$:i(l..'ll!l!.7.i0 will he spent in eon
struclion and ilev elopnn nl wink in
the states, the ai.touul per slale he
i ing decided on I he Iko.is nl popula
! t ion aud area.
South Carolina vvas aul In nied
$377,001. Tennessee, .f.'i.il .ill I : Vn
ginia, $524.0(4: and Ceorv.ia. $;!..
W ASHINC'I'ON. - Five el Amei I
ca's mihl.u v leaders told 10(1 honor
slinlciits hi'ii' that manv persons
are willing to tight lei their conn
i try. hut too tew will ded cite then
li es to working toi peace
I 'll' lull hov s were liiuughl heie
lull:! all Stall's liv the uuinai.
Legion lur a elosc-np view ol then
Capil.il and t iu el ninenl
heni;iin'.n.', a v.ock ttiev will meet
I'rcsidenl Truman, other lop Cov
erniueiil ulliciah and will eleil
1 1 ii' 1 1 v. i ; ti.itn .ii.il .ul i m n i -t rat ion
tor ,i ii .il in. ike hclicvc guvciu
ineiil on 1 lieu own p.ii lei n
Those who talked to them today
included .loh ii 1 . Soil iv ,1:1. I niler
scciel.iiy nl the N;ivy: Fleel d
t he.ter Nil. lit, duel el
N'avnl Cipei at ftms. Cell leandei
amtel grill. Coiuin.iiulcl of the
Marines, and Col Timothy A
.M. Inei v
Mr Sullivan set the theuie lor
illte talks when he saul Americans
"real secret weapon was not the
.il.. in honih. oc radar or any ol Ihe
other marvelous weapons Ameri
ca dev eloped, il was ' i linn nun ol
the f'liesl young lighlmg men Ihis
world has ever k uov n
Then he said I hat no general ion
el morn aus ev it la, i il such a
. olden ace as peace has hrouelil
in o 1. 11 as i .pport mill ies lor pm
. mil in:' the w i 1 1 al c ot in. ink mil al c
i oiutt neil
Ivory of the giculcst value ts
fniinil in the tusks of the liippu
...iiiius. It is worth about three
tunes tint ef the ivuiy piocuri'd
ti em the elephant.
Boone Citizen Claims j
To Be Oldest Sheepman
liOONK-J A. Norris of near
lioone says that he is the oldest
sheep producer "from point of!
service, anvwav" in the nation !
He told Slale Department of.
Agriculture officials thai he has
lieen growing sheep for 80 years
Norris says that his father gave
linn his first lamb when he was
That was in lH(i(i, Norris savs.
and every year since he says that
he has sold a few sheep. He car-1
ricd his most recent load to market ;
in N'oiih Wilkeshoro lasl .lune. j
His lambs brought $17. fill per j
hundred, which Korris says is good
compared to his boyhood days!
when a "good sheep hardly tveri
brought over a head."
Norris" wife, 85, says her hus
band "goes to bed and gets up i
vv nil Ihe chickens. " i
FLUSH KIDNEY URINE
Benefit wonderfully from famous
doctor's discovery that relieves
bark&che, run-down feeling due
to exceu acidity in the urine
People everywhere ere finding emaitnf
rfliof from painful symptoms of bladder
liritation caused by excess acidity in the
urine. DR. KILMER'S SWAMP ROOT
acta fast on the kidneys to ease discomfort
by promoting the flow of urine. This pure
herbal medicine Is especially welcome
where bladder Irritation due to excess
aridity is responsible for "gettlnv up At
night". A carefully blended combination
of 16 herbs, roots, vegetables, balsam Dr.
Kilmer's contains nothing harh, is oh
lolutely non-habit forming. Just good In
gredients that many people say have
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tlmt you did. Send name and editress to
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11:55, Stam'ord, Conn. Offer limited. Send
at once. All druggists sell Swamp Hoot.
DR. VERN J. WININGER, D. O.
Treatments Hy Appointment Only
GOOD SERVICE COMES
FIRST . . .
Y ihm't phiy "h;inl to r't" when you diivo
in licfe tii yotir ear .serviced, halecr tlie
jnli. Our entire stuff is prompt, efficient anil
helpful without a hiKh-pri'ssiiiv word in their
Two Sales Daily
10:30 a.m. 8 p.m.
Byrnes Says Molotov
Seeks 'IJietor' Hole
I'AIIIS Seerel.-iry nl Sl.iie
Jinnes K. liyi lies iinil Soviet I 'm el n
Minisler . M. Mnlnlnv el.islieil in
the door nl the I'.uis I'eniv I'mi
I'erence liules ( 'nininit lee. Mr !
Iirnes eliii'ciii'.'. tile liii'i.in Willi j
seekint; (I l( I ill inn In the (imlii i
enee thrnlili the l!i Knur anil Mr.
Mnlntiiv reply nm Hint the l!i;'. Knur
was an Amei lean iilea. J
Mr. H rnes. reiliiiK In the lius
sian's ( liai ses nt iiieniiMleiu . 1
read eupinti.sly linui "Ihe iveiird '
and cliallened Ml. Mnlntnv In ie
that the 1'nileil Stall"', dele .ale '.s
remarks were luibli-lu d m lln
Soviet I nion.
The secret of cnnkiiiK any wild :
meat is to conserve nmi.-tiire. Wild
meat is naturally drier and touiiher
than domestic meat. The general
rule is to conk Ranie for a longer .
time Bt a lower temperature than
other meats. While Imnieinakers d'i '
not cook doinestic meat in envered
pans, this method is often betti r lor
wild meat. The covered roaster is
best for long, slow, moist conking.
Women have heeii iiiiiiul more ;
efficient in work thai reipine
manual del eril and speed The
hand thai rocks Ihe eiadle i:
especially adapted In sued wmk !
as automobile asM'tiiblv. i iis el nm
eonveyer loadine. paekine. paint
spraying, spnl welding, light pinn h- 1
press work and here's lio n
On the oilier hand. In llael g
says, women lose ino' e u m'l; i nr
days than men. between seven and
11 das anuualb b wumeo. ( oin
pared to belween two and seven
Did you see Charlie Chuplin
in "A Dog's Life"?
I. . . the silent version, that is)
Perhaps you didn't see that movie ... or don't remember it il you
did. lor it was twenty years ago that it was showing in Carolina
theaters. Yes. Hack in 1926 when the shingle bob, and long waisted
dresses, and rolled hose were popular with the ladies . . . when the
word "flapper" was new.
1926 was the year that the present Carolina Power and Light
Company was organized . . . electricity cost the average residential
customer in this area three times as much then as it does today.
Most homes did not have an electrical Telrigerator ... an electrical
range was a novelty . . . and other appliances were lew and, com
pared to modern standards, were very inneiiicient. There has been
a great change irom 1926 to today's electrical living with its com
forts and conveniences and added leisure time. It seems a long time
ago that Charlie played in "A Dog's Life" (silent version.)
(CAROLINA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY)
pes, Sweaters, Blouses,
rS( Skirls! Suits, Goals, Over-
!!s' Shoes. All hinds o! cloih-
'tai cannot even be bought
Amazing Values In
ia& aar a w vww mm c i a i La a na
Si hhn's ISazaa
ST. JOllf'S AUDITQM
Today and Sat., Aug. 16-17,
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