THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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news chronology of 1948 Bumper Crop Oi '48
Cuts Farm Income
4 Htirma Ihtoiiu's
12 Tinman ask-, Congress In ap
propriate $3!) (MMVOOO (H)0 for
194!) fiscal tai
23- Gen Kisciihoucr declares ho
is not available (or Presidency.
30 tiandhi is murdered in Now
7 tien. Omar X. llradley suc
ceeds Kiscnliowi'i as comman
der of the rm.
10 N. Y Stock Kxchanue hits se-i-iist
slump in more than
14 Wmt irrop KockcU'l ler marries'
Mis llai bara Sears.
16 Supreme Coin I upholds led-
el ill lent controls I '
l3 Sixteen- car rule of lYcmici :
tau.on de Valcia is ended b
i9 Yaha llamid el Din, ruler of
Yemen and thiee el his sons
25 C Diiiinuiiists take over CVecho
10 Jan Masaryk jumped to his
death in Prague.
12 Maj Cell. Bennett K Mevers
iiiiiMcted of perjur
15 Sutt loal strike starts
17 r ie-poer-50-ear anti-Communist
western bloc is st t up
19 1 einadoes strike midwestcrn
stales, kill 52.
22 -Seii.ite passed S4 800 .1)00 1100
illume lax cut bill.
24 Havana world trade confer
tiicc act is signed h 53 coun
2 - Conres kills Truman's in-,
t onie ta veto,
6 - liussia and Finland sign 10-
ai mi 1 it ar alliance
9 Morula Colombia revolt is
luuihcd oil bv slains of the
head ot the opposition part
12 Julm I., l.evus orders miners
bai k to u ork
14 -Thirl persons killed in a Pan-
American World Airways Con
stellation crash jn Ireland.
19 -Jul. n 1. Lewis and I'MW fined
S2u 000 and SI 400,000. respec
Inelv for contempt of court
19--Italian elections lost bv the
15 Stale of Israel proclaimed. Im-;
mediate! recognised bv I' S A. ,
16 Slav mi! of CBS correspondent
(ieortic Polk is reported from
23 South African Prime Minister'
Jan Cbristiaan Smuts resigns
7 Piesjd.nt Kduard Belies of
(.' iosi,v akia resigns.
9 Klemeni Gottwald n 4 in e d
president of Czechoslovakia.
17 Earl Carroll and 42 others die
in United Air Liner crash near
Mount Carmel. Pa.
24 Soviet start Berlin blockade;
air lift follows.
24 Dewey unanimously nominated
Republican candidate for Pres
ident on third ballot at Phila
25 Joe Louis knocks out Joe Wal
coit in 11th round: retains
world heavyweight title.
28 Cominform outlaws Marshal
Tito of Yugoslavia.
283.155 dead; 7.520 injured, by
earthquake and fires in Jap
anese city of Kukui; 30,721
Hobrrt H Best, radio traitor,
sentenced to life and fined
30 Last British troops leave Haifa,
ending 31 -year occupation of
( 4 39 die in mid-air collision be
tween R.A.F. transport and a
! Swedish airliner near London.
5 Carole Landis found dead in
15 Truman nominated for Presi
dent; Alben W Barkley for
Vice President, by Democratic
' 15 Gen. John J. Pershing dies at
20 Twelve American Communist I
chieftains arrested for "con- j
spiracv to overthrow t h e
L S..V government.''
20 Truman proclaims Aug. 30-
Sept. 18 for peace-time draft.
24 Henry A Wallace nominated
for presidency on Progressive
29 King George VI proclaims
opening of Olympic Games in
12 Mrs Oksana Kasenkina leaps
from thud floor of Soviet con
sulate in New York in an at
tempt lo escape deportation to
16 George Herman 'Babei Ruth.
27 Charles Kvans Hughes, 86.
28 Jakob Lomakin, Soviet consul
general in New York, leaves
I' S A. after having been or
29 36 persons die when a passen
ger plane crashed near Win
3 Edouard Benes, 64. dies.
4 Queen Wilhelmina of the
Netherlands abdicates in favor
of daughter. Juliana.
5 Maj. Richard L. Johnson sets
By A. K. GEOKGE
13 Indian troops invade Hydera-1
16 Use Koch's life sentence dis-
closed as commuted to four j
years by U. S. A. military gov- j
17 Count Folke Bernadoltc ussas- WASHINGTON The American
sinated in Jerusolem. j harvest in 1948 was the biggest in
17-Hyderabad surrenders to In-, history, but total income of farm-
Ola. ,.i s ill on i ed somewhat from the nil. I
loscow announces S uviM tjm? peak of the previous year.
troops will have quit Korea by , Farmers 1947 income had reach
ed a record high of $16,500,000,000.
Their 1!)41 income is estimated by
the Department of Agriculture at
.me $15,450,000,000 a decrease of
-Cleveland Indians win Ameri
can League baseball pennant.
Cleveland Indians defeat Bos
ton Braves 4 games to 2, cap
ture 1948 World Series title.
24 34 of 40 persons killed in crash
of KLM Dutch plane in Scot
land. 29 Three-day Army revolt in Peru
deposes President Bustamante.
30 Smothering "smog" purport
edly caused death of 18 in steel
mill town of Donora, Pa.
2 Truman re-elected President
of the United States.
2 Kansas votes repeal of 68-year
4 T. S. Eliot awarded 1948 Nobel
Prize for literature.
8 J. Parnell Thomas indicted for .
fraud in office payroll.
Allied Tribunal sentenced Hi
deki Tojo and six others to
death by hanging; 17 to life;
one to seven years imprison
ment. A son was born to Princess
17 British House of Commons
passes steel nationalization
19 King Farouk of Egypt and his
brother-i.i-law. the Shah of
Iran, divorced their wives.
22 Yale University elected Levi
Jackson, Negro; as its 1949
23 King George Vi s trip to Aus
tralia and New Zealand can
celled because of king's illness.
24 Military takes over in Vene
zuela after successful coup
30 Berlin Communists install own
city "government ".
2 Chinese Communists announce
capture of Suchow.
5 An Air Force C-54 transport
plane carrying 30 passengers
and seven crewmen crashed at
sea, 1,000 miles southwest of
Honolulu. Nearly all rescued.
10 UN approved Declaration on
! 11 Costa Rica invaded from Nica
;ibout 8 per cent.
A decline in some farm priees
during the last year is attribut
ed mainly to increased output of
several products and a falling off
during the latter part of the year
in the overseas demand for Am
War-torn countries have been
steadily increasing their food pro
duction. However, a record amount
of American food 19,347,000 long
tons was sent to foreign coun
tries during the crop year ending
last July 1. Countries under the
European aid program got 65 per
cent uf this food.
Despite . the huge shipments
abroad, the year's record-breaking
farm output gave, folks at
home 14 per cent more food than
vs available in the pre - war
years of 'la&Wt.
The 1948 corn crop was tiie big
gest oi ai) time, wheat production
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was the second largest, and there
was a bumper cotton crop. Huge po
tato production cost the govern
ment more than $100,000,000 in
price support operations.
The Department of Agriculture
has asked farmers to put down
1919 planting of wheat and po
tatoes to prevent niarket-nluUinK
surpluses. There were recent in
dications, however, of a moid
The government has recom
mended that far intTs pi'odui't' inure
1,1 "' tomi!:
''"st fur , 7,
next l, ,,. T."Mka
rlup I" (I
f large d
iii.iIIh,' .(.. j , '
unofficial speed record of
669.75 miles per hour in F-8fi
Air Force jet fighter.
13 Recording ban ends as At
torney Gen. i Clark upholds
You Can Be Too Careful
Even In Driving Car
AKKON () I P You just can t
K G Hill slowed his car down
to 3r iniles per hour on the open
highwdv U cause the lights (Jf in
oncoming car were too bright. I permanent driver's record on file
A state highway patrol car fore-j at the state highway patrol."
ed him to the side of the road and Hitt made time the rest of the
he was issued a warning ticket for waJ- home
'driving t j .h- " j
"You are directed to operate I Commercial hatcheries in the
more carefully in the future. This state produced 1.530.000 chicks
warning will be placed against your during August.
ROGER W. BABSON URGES FOR 1949
Qet Out 0 2Mf
And Btont a Btwincf
Account. . . .
Mr. Babson in his 1949 forecast on business
is urging everyone to "get out of debt, and start a
Mr. Babson is the internationally known
statistician, who has made a very thorough study
of business and the trend of the times throughout
Tlus is good advice for any time, but Mr.
Babson is putting special emphasis on the two
pieces of wisdom this year.
This institution is ready to help you ac
complish both of these suggestions.
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corpoiytian
Member FederU Reaerrt System
CAGLE FUFtnif OHE COMPANY'S AFTER CHRISTMAS
December 30lh Through January 15th
ONE ALLEN PRINCESS
WOOD & COAL RANGE .
White, trimmed in black high shelf, large fire box, with
reservoir a beauty
Reg. $174.95 -NOW $15995
Remember steel is still scarce and will continue lo be short for a long
time. While they last we have reduced the following ranges and wood
and coal heaters:
One Dixie wood and coal range white trimmed in black. Low fender,
large reservoir, large fire box. Sold for $159.95
One Round Oak wood and coal range,
fire box, with reservoir. Low fender.
White trimmed in black. Large
A fine range. Sold for $179.95
Slightly used Allen oil space heater. Will beat 4 to 5 rooms. Sold
new for $99.50
Slightly used Duo-Therm oil space heater. Hents C to 7 rooms.
. for $149.95
One Preway oil spwee neuter with blower. Heats 5 to b rooms.
One StiIitz Warm Aire wood and coal heater with electric blower.
Heats 4 to 5 rooms. Sold for $139.95
One white, trimmed in red One white trimmed in Watt,
large flour and meal bins porcelain tup.
ONE THREE PIECE MAPLE WATERFALL
One used Electro Master electric range. Perfect condition. Looks
like new. Sold for $259.95
One slightly used table to Nesco oil range. A-l condition. Sold for
DROP LEAF TABLES DUNCAN PHYFE
One mahogany, one walnut drop leaf table for living room, dinette.
Sold for $69.95.
One solid white corner cupboard, for dinette or kitchen. Sold for $59.93.
One Kalamazoo gas range for bottled gas only. Sold for $109.95-
One collapsible baby carriage. Sold for $24.50
ONE DIXIE FIRE BRICK LINED
WOOD & COAL HEATER
100 lb. capacity, build but one fire per winter
"Sr NOW $4995
BED ROOM SUITES
One four piece mahogany waterfall bed room suite. l ull size bed,
chest, vanity and bench. Sold for $210. .Ill
One four piece pineapple poster bed room suite in maple. Full d
bed, large chest, vanity and bench. Sold for S2.r)9..'ill
One three piece post bed room suite in maple.
chest and vanity. Sold for $1115.1
LIVING ROOM SUITES
One three piece velour. Spring filled throughout.
for $I9.95r-. , ,
One Duncan Phyfe couch. Makes to a full size
guest. Storage compartment. Good grade of lap.
Two studio couches, one wine, one floral palleni
nient. Sold for $99.95
Two chaise lounge for bed room in pastel colors.
Full size bed. lata
In royal blue. M
bed for overnigh
Sold for S129.95-
Sold fr $3MH
ONE THREE PIECE WINE Vl l-Ol lt
LIVING ROOM SUITE
Regular Spring filled
Sold for M9.9J
Sld for S29.95-
Three boudoir chairs, good grade of tap.
Two boudoir chairs with over stuffed arms.
NOW $19.95 . (
One winthrop secretary in mahogany finish, a I'1'11111 "
furniture. Sold for $119.95
On mnl.rxT.inn knee bole desk. Made by a leading nun"'11
Sold for $119.95-
BUY VOUR REFRIGERATOR .uv: . -
M .miuh AND I'HIUO
NUMUfcK Or LKULhl siir.iv'"-
5 AND CHOSl.i:V KLKTBIC
LIMITED NUMBER OF ESTATE
. . S-TTITIXTI? WARM
. ' AND COAL HEATERS, GO and 100 POl'M
GET YOURS NOW
LIMITED QUANTITY OF TABLE MODEL ANJ
RADIOS ,ULC "andcuosThv
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US LIBERAL TERMS
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