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THE WATXESVILLE MOUNTADfEER
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Federal Aid For Schools
Favored By Siuderiis Here
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Grace Church Has
The annual conEregation il .neet -
t. of Grace EpiAoopa! Church was
.,r.rj near.esday eer.,ng in the
P:-.-.-h Houe Supper ia -en,cd
U-lore th business session
The Rev Edgar Goold ret . or of
the church dicued the progre--of
the church work and the fuiio'
m? committee chairmen report
; Mrs John Tavlor Mis Clara Be!!-i!iiarr,.-
ir. William I L,
Kobert Hil! and Mi, Rorra.
! Britten L K Bar her. mor
warden and Mr J F Abe!
church treasurer, alw, gave alkc
David Felrnet and Robert Hill
were elected ve-r..i:, r. to .vene
with those already ir. office
A rising vote of thank- was given
o William .McCallum for hi assist
ance in the renovauor- of the
1 church rectorv
Members of the Young people -
service U-ague itr-.t-d the supper
ihich was planned and prepared
b Mrs Cleveland K.rkpatnck
Mrs JaTiie U,, Taliaf-rro Mr.
M .Jham Lee and Mrs. Kov Camp-
tessUisul people w ho have stul an
average of from ;hree to ten years
preparing iherrlvei before the
ij tJ prrau: iLtrui to care for
(he jik. Mzn people (-annot pay
.be bosu. for iiii .-rjt.
2 The- ond reason for support-
m th hospital k that lae sck
i-ar.nol help them Ive This should
-hal?n?e thv best that is in us all.
Ml chivalry, all human kindness
ti-uaui anU dullei :hai it- sick
slid beple corno first
3. Thv? thfrd reason is that the
irk mmst have help or they may
die. You may close your Chamber
Commerce, your hanks, vour
choois. axjd no on will die be
cau of this, but lock the doors of
J our bos-pitaJ and many will suffer,
-'-d some win die. The care of the
kk bjus: come first.
W e triticwe our hospital as a de
fense reaction: We expect fh- hos
pitals to educate our nurses, tet-b-r.icians-
e expect the doctors to
do the work, but give l hem nothing
ith which to do it.
The bet buy on the American
rrirket today is hospital care. One
ret,s more for his money in a hos- '
pital than anywhere else. Six dol
lars a day, or 25 cents an hour, is
less th.-.r- i- ... ... i
, - vuju iwi io luve vour
:: w n mowed or vour dishes washed Stockholders To Meet
.v. anitjuiix a patient is
bathed in bed fed in bed. linens
are changed from one to a dozen
irres a day and he receives con--unt
care from faithful and untir
i .2 r.ur-s twenty-four hours per
Udv. No one can huv as much W
Robert Montgomery , above, plavs
the leading role in the L'niversa!
International film. "The Saxon
Charm." adapted from Frederic
Wakeman s best seller of the same
title. Other actors siarnn? in tire
film are Susan Haward John
Payne and Audrey TUter. The
picture opens at the Strand The
Building And Loan
Stockholders To Me
Here Tuesday Night
rBtiacJ from Pe 1)
the Us i A conserva
tive estimate shos the property
could be sold for $75,000
TjHrfe were numerous hnprove
aients tnce during the latter part
of, 193 tlai hive not betn capi
talucd. V.r Ferguson pointed out
In the pa -I few weets there have
br-n a number of improveiaents
made in the area of East Wavnes
iile. which became part of
Havnesvilcl several months ago.
The sjne report shows that
light and water lUleclions for the
ear IMS totaled $153.697 During
the ear. the town collected $4,352
for privilege uses while the sale
of cemeterv lots amounted to $1.-
215. eDidemics in its history, with ap-
Wane?Mlle received from the proximately 26 000 cases, Mr. Led
state $2,497 from the beer and better said. '"Never before have
wir.e tax. in addition to $994 in the National Foundation and its
state intangible taxes. The park- chapters been called upon to render
ing meters netted the town treas- ueh extensive aid to stricken com
urv S3 639 while police court costs rnunities in every part of the nation
added another $10,750 to the in- The challenge was met, but emer
come gency aid funds were completely
Wavnesvilie has an assessed exhausted We must now replen
property valuation of $2.918. 969 j5h those funds and prepare for
with a tax rate of $1 40 per $100 new epidemics this year "
valuation, making a total on the jjr Ledbetter listed two pri
curTent tax books of $41,127. mary reasons for full community
The auditors report shows that support of the March of Dimes
the bonded indebtedness as of campaign They are the ever pres
December 31. is $388,000. ,ent threat of a local infantile na-
Tfte detailed report is published raiy5is epidemic, such as last year's
March Of Dimes. Cam)
In Years, Ledbetter
Ts 1QJQ f.rh r.f Dim.P , . .
tne most .niensive lunu-iaiMiig arive in :a-.
11 years, v. r. ieuueuci, i-uairman A ihe v
Dimes committee, announced this rmimn
raisins? appeal for the county Chapter ot n,i-
UOU HJ1 liuamuc i ai aij Ju o me IlluSI Cl'Uoij!
ganization s history, ine campaign will end J
Last summer the nation suffered
cne of the most devastating pono
m,.7iSu r rienj
Rites For I4.
Air. and in
in North Carolina and
. and the high cost of
and after-care of those
rl"'"1 " .mi . . 7 T
1 11 1 ''''' '''---''Wir---'-' tiiiiiiii I, 1
spent on each student
state as in others.
4. The schtxjl property and MORE ABOl'T
j-piem is unequal in value
5. Sime teachers are pairl a,
much a 3 time- more than others
It i obvious frorn lht,. faf.,t
that many young people ,,, the Lr,i
M Vales have better opportuni
ties for education than others
i uoiiar a- he can in a hospiial.
and twJav the length of a patient s
-'ay at the hospital for the average
case ha- been cut way down so that
r-c- patient pays in total for better
'-re the same or less than he paid
If ou -hink the doctor is an as
to vour community and want
help him I know of no better
a ay to help him man to support
rt institution that serves him.
The care of the sick, by lifting
burden and giving hope to the
t:oiden and of tx-aten and broken
l.umar.itv. Too many of u, want
10 Oe the ' (.ood Samaritan" with
out paying the innkeejr
The annual stockholders meeting
of the Haywood Building and Ijiar.
Association has been called for
Tuesday. January lfl at 7 3iJ p rr, .
according to notice- given out b
L X Davis, secretar;. .
Officers will be elected at the
meeting, and a report of the past
;. ear will be given
FORT WAYNE Ind. 'L'P'
Milton Brown, 38. was driving his
automobile down the street when
he saw a man and a woman fighting
on the sidewaik Brown attempt
ed to intervene He told police
found out it was lack of money and
they did something about it
They began a collection that
Vl-M.- H,.'r' rh.l ,f, I l.li.
lortincv encourages and ! later that the woman slapped him furniture, a t.ny stove, a set ol
'he hear! of the down- in the fare and the man iuniDert on vashinu srj imnina a
Liin and tore his shirt off. box of donucoes
el-sew here in this edition
Kindly Police Fill In
For Missing Santa
FAIRMONT W Va L'Pi
When Christmas Day came and
went ar.d there was no sign of
Santa Claus. eight-year-old Carol
Clark wer.t to the police with her
She d like to have some things
to Diav with the orohan tolrt the 'own
Fairmont officers She couldn't : its chapter funds were drained dry.
understand why her aun; didn't 'Then, they fought back at the epi
think Santa had time to stop at demies with emergency funds furn-
i.er riooie. l ce conce. nowever.
Chairman ledbetter recalled that
the North Carolina chapters had
had funds for normal polio out
oreaks in the state, but far too
little for unexpected emergencies.
"Such circumstances," Mr. Led
better declared, "may be duplicat
ed here A severe polio epidemic
may strike auy community like our
North Carolina soon found
Mrs. lrion,ai c
tmei .iuv u a
thic u. I, n-.
funeral services' d
TiiDur .M,K(-e j,
conducted at i .,,,
dist Church Wr(1nJ
air. r-lgf ord and I
ciose iriencl- and b
ing together in 1S
were separated tvU
sent oversea- nr
to me outh l'icili(
going to India )
ed n a plane cra,h
Lt. William Burt,
who escorted Lt
ished by the National Foundation's
"That taught us a lesson here in
Waynesville," Mr. Ledbetter said.
"We must work with a will and
provide ammunition for future
battles Your dimes are the bullets
on which the shock-troops depend.
cians ana the r,urw
ment is the iron i.J
beds. Your dimes art
lists who cam
search seeking t0 e
The need for fuJ
of Dimes campaip
Mr. Ledbetter said
pono victims read
more in some cases
age cost is around
chapters working ;
Foundation M l' $
money needed frJ
onlj the annual m
'Continued from PaEe 1)
FRIDAY - SATURDAY JAN. 14-15
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.... wcv- . unity-
Ht'S A Ftf-TOTIH' fOOL...LIlW 6UN-T0TUT BANDITS!
JIM. My WHITMAN
Personally. 1 arrr definitely for
leaerai aid to oui school-. Here
tn the southland our schools ate
at a post war low ebb. Over crowd
ed rooms, underpaid teach, rs and
more students caue our schools to
need more and more financial aid
both federal and state. Especially,
in thi area, the needs are drastic
No matter where vou happen to go
in our state, or the whole south
land for rRat matter, you v. ill find
these overcrowded condition-.
With iedcral aid much of ih,.,.
conditions could be relieved With
more financial aid. our school will
have opportunities to raie the
standards with new building, im
proved and more textbook, and
higher paid teachers.
oichestra for the affair
"I he merchant- and -ponors for!
i.' f grand mar. h are a- follows
waynesville Uon-t Rett.- Hannah
l.ad-.e lav r Heautv Shoppe. an.
: Fiord: H'itt Plumbing Com-
p-'.v Juanita Smith; Mar-I.all K
o Nation. .Nanc Hoyd. liie-iune
More Dot Nonis; Reliable Jewel-
e.'s. iJot Calhoun Turner. Howell
Motor Company. Polly Dy.-i Tic
'"-''"ry. Mary Ann Massie. Smith
I'-'o- Store. M.in7aiet Vi. kej
lo- Grill ( atheiine Hyatt
' :'"li. ' i'iaci . Aleen Vil;,Jn,
loher Orrnaid. ujan Watkm-
S.V,.t. L'... t-
.,....; rvvirii-i r .-.l iner' r.x. I u.f.
Alice Fincher: D.-.vi-Liner Mot,
f... r- .1 : . .
"-""N""1.1- r. a i i ri tiummenow
Ia atlierwood and f rauds E-mj St
uon. Janette I-ooard Jam. - Shell
S. rwce. June Hundley: Ro"er-.
'-'''" if Company. Mozelle I.u.ei
mr, I'ure Oil Service Station Mil
Town Of Vaynesville
AUDITED REPORT ON
AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1948
y r-v'-,"s::''t' l
Also CARTOON and Chapter 4, DICK TRACY RETURN'S
SUNDAY - MONDAY JAN 16-17
ROBERT S r wijJkc -
s isiii : t i : k ..o .a
Fi niinino t Lff'.-X T-
ft. e -A
Sr.' W AT
HIIIIULT I I I I II II
YA HUUIIl l I U I I I. I I
With HARfif VON ZELl HEATHER ANGEL
SUNDAY SHOWS 2-4-9
' TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY, JAN. 18 - 19
P R PGR A M
SATURDAY, January 15
The Dead Don't Dream
WILLIAM BOYD and ANDY CLYDE
LYNN WILDE and LEE WILDE
Leopard Men Of Africa'
A New Jungle Thriller
Streets and Sidewalks
Cemetery Lots Unsold
Town Hall and Garage-Including Land ..... 16,508.58
General Purpose . .
SUNDAY, January 1
"The Secret Land"
Robert Montgomery, Robert Taylor and Van Heflin
MONDAY - TUESDAY, January 17-18
"The Hills Of Home"
EDMUND GWENN and JANET LEIGH
LIGHT AND WATER COLLECTIONS for year 1948
PRIVILEGE TAX COLLECTED for year 1948
SALE OF CEMETERY LOTS for year 1948
STATE BEER AND WINE TAX
N. C, STATE INTANGIBLE TAX
PARKING METER COLLECTIONS
POLICE COURT COST
, Total Tax
SJSS8 roR TOWN 0F wiLLE