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THE WAYNES V1LLE MOUNTAINEER
Francis Cove Folk
to Meet On May 18
By Mrs. William Hollingeworth
Francis Cove residents will hold
their next CommJnity Develop
ment Program meeting at 8 p. in
May 18 instead of at the Francis
Cove church tomorrow night a
Chairman Robert Hoone announc
ed at the last meettng that the
change of dates would be made be
i jUM ut the conflict with t hi'
county-wide Community Develop
ment 1'rogram meeting which will
Le held at 7:30 p. m. tomorrow at
tile 'loune House
Mi limine plans to attend this
At ,i liecreation Committee meet
nit m the home of the chairman,
tiif members drew plans to have a
box upper at 7:30 p. m . May 20.
Tin aUo decided to arrange to
l.ae the quartet appear at this
Tlniee present included Mrs.
Huhaid Hoone. Paul Franklin.
Jiinni.. Sir-k. and Betty Franklin.
PALESTINE MEDIATOR RETURNS
Beef Cattle List
Nuith Carolina is It-ading tin
Solum in increasing it population
i; it-vi li ltd Hertford beef cattle
1. I (.'..' e. m charge of animal
hu-tjaiidr extension at Stale C'ol-Itsi-
. t ported r!iTil;i .
('a-1- van! a irnort by the Amen
cai. Ileietortl Association shows
Hut Tar Heel farmers increased
their it .ii.-t rat ions of Hertford by
ptr cent from UUt) to l!M.i
Tin- M-cniid State in the !it. Ceor--i.i
shoued an increase oi l.'iti per
t i.t A v: :iLie lor tht' 1 1 soul In : n
-l.i'i - just above it'i per cent.
TI.e animal luishandrv specialist
' vi vo-
I ut,,, ll-st mammumnmm I m dir II
Clyde Citizens Asking
For Signal light At
CONFER ON SHOOTING DEFENSE
? " s v
Question: Are any tobacco seed
if the Eottom Special variety cer
tified in North Carolina?
Ar-swer: I 'ntil now. the ' Bottom
Special, variety has not been certi
fied in this State. However, the va
riety was recently approved for
certification bv the Agricultural
Kxperiment Station and the North
raiolina Crop Improvement Asso-
Remembering last months ac
cident at the Clyde railroad cross
ing, members of the South Clyde
Community Development Program
club started action Monday night
to remedy the condition.
At a regular program meeting at
the Wesleyan Methodist church, a
committee was named to ask
Southern Railway officials to put
up a signal light and remove view
obstructing trees near the crossing.
Robert C. Evans was appoinitu
committee chai.-man and P. C.
Mann. Van Deaver, Curtis Rogers
and Stanley Livingston as the other
Several persons were injured
ciation and certified seed will be I
available for the 1930 crop. Bot-1 April 30 when a work dus ana a
trim Special has a good perform-1 locomotive collided. The driver
ance record and has been a high- of the bus was quoted as saying
"ollar variety on the market dur- bushes and trees close to the cross-
in" tht- past few years. ' I lng obstructed his view ot tne
tracks further up the line.
Dr. C. ,N. Clark, Waynesville
Methodist ' district superintendent,
addressed the meeting, discussing
the general purposes of the de
Community Chairman William
I UNITED NATIONS MEDIATOR in Palestine, Dr. Ralph Bunche gets a warm
welcome from his wife and son, Ralph, Jr, 5V asTie arrives at New York.
His Near East mission completed with the armistice between Israel and
, the Arab nations. Dr. Bunche will seek an extended leave of absence
befcre resuming his United Nations Secretariat post (ntcrnationa!)
Recruiting Sergeant Transferred
To Bomber Base At El Paso, Texas
Master Scrtteant Allan M. Robin-en.
whn s been selling young ; '"u' rest of the crew b.uleil mil
men on the -ndvantages of life in : "On the way down I was hit In
Question: What diseases affect-
mis apple fruits cause the Greatest
Answer: The Agricultural Ec-
ueriment S'ation say." that in some
seasons apple scab is the most .im
portant, but year after year black
rot is the disease that causes -the
most loss to commercial apple
cr owers A rotten apple is' worthr
less, while a scabby one, unless
badly affected, still has some value.
In some well-sprayed commercial
ore hards in 1946-47-48. the loss
I rem black rot was estimated to
he -!) to 40 ner cent of the fruit.
In 1!)4H. on unsprayed trees in ex
ptrimcntal plots. 40 per cent of
he fruit dropped nrior to harvest.
Nearly one-third of such apples
were affected with black rot This
rlise.-isik t- mO i-ioti, On ....... .
North Carolina has made the rm :ut ir !-.. rr tho'Kround fire, hut not tun h.iiu ' I ; l.u.i.i.. . ... . j .. - .
, ...sv .s,. ..... . - - - ii oiouauiv rouea me tirsi apple
inula: Lams in registrations ut last tw,,ve.o-s i L, n,uniKlrri i He was cantured and t.-iken ti, n n i . .L . .
; . IM"1 utoppeu iruin ine nrst apple
a 1,0 "-".vs. It s like leaving 1 rwoner of War camp deep in I tree nlanteH in nriM i aa.
lion to black rot, several other rots
occur on apples.
Hilar heel cattle breeds such
Ann i n an-Annus and Shorthorn
home." i Ciermany
The wiry little war veteran was! "Then one night in September
horn, in Waynesville. but he was 1943, I just took a ill. nut and
' 1 1 1 three cars old when his fath-i look
cr a teMile man, moved his family "e spent the next lout months
io another city. Consequently, he 'Walking back to his has,-,
didn't get to know his birth place "One time I felt like throwing
until he came back in May 1947 to m-v wooden shoes awa. Bui then
work with the Rccrufting Station. 11 found out that m h!isi,is fitted
Sergeant Iiobinson got his or- "'ni perfectly," he .said.
dels last Thlllsriav tr.mferrint1 1 llnur h ..ssr,-ii..wl .,.1 ..... .1 K
aw a dead hen lying beside a hieh- him to th Til. n.....h U i.,., J, i t.,,. ;. 1, ... ,.' ... . "
" u : nuuuiiu n iiiiu (u .;ii-i:rKi icr-
Pin.. L"" I . , 1 ,1 . i." r - -i I ....
We t to report thrre ; "I ius( don't think l
N,a 25 toll about the details." he said
llotni.u- !-.. ; i r i : Kiti-I-
T. the return frip thev found ,.. '." " . . ''"U. '
. . U K Waynesville what bothers hinr' As for 5C h b, u, .
most is hi s rlraid 'l.e's been out Only member of the crew who got
of his specialty of flight engineer- out alive
;;,S 50 l0"S h0's foI-Sotten most of .., ncver lkl ,M.ar arvt!nnr ;,ft(,,.
that about the others," the mi
Tlut, ' lie adds, "it will be good geant added.
i get back on a base again." j Sergeant Robinson d;;ht i:ou is1
Most ot his eiyht vears in Kirv. I inioroatoi i.4; e: r i!
" - . . in .Ktuiiij; uiroseil aim
ice nave oeen spent in held dutv
Oi his time ' off base
Dead Hen Lays Egg,
VL MA. Ariz IT'.i-Tun Ari
?una highway petrol employe
s.war it really happened.
Wayne Porter and Fretl Voutv.
way near her
They decided to bury the bird Paso Texas
wiit-n tney returnea to the spot tht
next dav .
the hen -still very dead had laid
a perfect egg.
IlatclifTe Cove Group
To Meet On Thursday
Question. Can you send me a
table showing the best planting
dates lor various vegetables in
Answer: The table requested is
Given m Extension Circular No.
122. "The Farm and Home Garden
Manual". Also included in the table
is information concerning recom
mended varieties, spacing, fertiliza
tion, time required .for maturity,
and consumption requirements of
an average person" for one year.
Copies of the circular may be ob
tained by writing the Agricultural
Editor. State College Station, Raleigh.
Uatcliffe Cove' residents will
hold a Community Development
Pmgram meeting at 7:30 p.m.
loMitht at the Elizabeth Chapel
A special program is arranged
tor the meeting.
ield duty, litis :tfe to El Paso. learning w
he spent he's' forgotten about bombers, i
Boosters Club To
Meet Thursday Night
Rev. Frank H. Leatherwood is
holding morning devotions over
station WHCC. through Saturday
of this week, at 9:30. Tht speaker
is a retired Baptist minister now
doing supply and evangelistic work
At one time he was association
al missionary to the Baptists of
Many friends will he glad to hear
him this week.
Next week the radio audience
will hear the Reverend W. T. Med
lin. Jr., pastor of the Clyde Meth
odist Church aj the same hour.
y i , rfnx i . ; -rC
1 j t 1 f.' s - - i m
y i m - l
HHP IN CONNECTION with the fatal Shooting of millionaire rancher
John K, Owen, Mr. Agnes Garnler, his former secretary, confers with
her attorney, Sam Houston Allen, in Riverside, Calif, (fntemotiomii
BROOKLfNE Mass. (UP) Pros
pective customers of a local diaper
service wear "paternity pins". The
firm presents Ihe insignia to ex
PIGS HAVE THEM, TOO
CHICAGO (UP) - Hogs have
stomach ulcers, too. So do nearh
all species of domestic animals a
current issue of the Prairie Fanner
r i '
1 Hfl at 7;
J Morning g
! ill round
j mem Prop
! A repra
An interline agreement between
An France and Northwest Airlines
1.1-kt-s iidssii). ;i fiifht around the
wuild over the two networks in 9(1
aixim a yea- and a hall behind the 'a few other details about t hem that
German lines. : he doesn't know-
He was makinc his 20th combat) This shouldn't he ton haul tor
miss,,,,, when his B-17 Wok off the 33-year-old veU ran .,si,'er
Irom its h.,se in England for a raid ing his previous txperienre
nn the Nan U-boat base at Wil- On tours of dutv a! different
helmshaven. Germany, one day in bases, he's been in ch;,ri;, 1 the
!'Uary, ,9?2' maintenance and training section
1 hen the heavy anti-aircraft fire at Andrews Field. Md and an
knocked ut an engine, and he instructor in P'aht enciiieei in- in
The Hazelwood Boosters Club
ill meet tonight at the Hazel
wood Pietbyterian church for the
j regular monthly supper meet
: insThe meeting will begin at sev
en. ; M H. Bowies is president and
j O. K. Tichenor is secretary.
15-2-1 s and 17s at Galveston. Tex.,
and C olerado Springs. Colo.
By JEAN HALL
A Vanity Show will be held at
the Saunook school house tonight,
under 'the sponsorship of the Sau
nook aPrent-Teachers Association.
The program, scheduled to open
at 7:30 p.m., also will feature a
movie, music. Cake Walk, and a
Gay Ninety Review given bv the
First of the High-Compression Engines of the Future
BUILDS AUTO FOR $140
BOSTON (UP A home-made
automobile which will carry four
passengers, go 25 miles an hour
and t un nearly 100 miles on a gal
lon has been finished at a total
cost of $140. A Boston patrolman,
Arthur J. Ahern, built the small
automobile in about three months.
MORE ii m
GE. FuOfW T
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Wise Mbthers Are Finding Thi
ihoe Buys" At Raiff's'
Because we carry such large stock of (J00I) SHf
ALWAYS HAVE SOME TO MAKK 1)0
It's San'dalTime And You'll Save On Children'
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