FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16th., 1945
KEN ANSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
TH DUPLIN TIMES
t 'y Buy Bonds
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54 Million Jobs
Sighted for 1946
Rise in Output of Civilian
Goods Seen by Experts.
NEW YORK. Civilian good pro
duction will aggregate $80,518,000,000
year by September. 1946, and pro
vide Jobs for 54,000,000 worker, the
committee for economic develop
Admitting that the United States
since 1929 had never bad "substan
tially full employment," the com
mittee nevertheless declared that
some1 of the present gloomy unem
ployment forecast "verge on the
A two-year study of statistics ob
tained from 146 manufacturing
firms and 158 trade association,
numbering 20,000 members. Indi
cates strongly, the committee stated,
that within one year after full re
sumption of peacetime production
the value of annual U. S. industrial
output would top by 41.6 per cent the
1939 aggregate of $56,843,000,000.
Business "can and will be good"
In the peacetime years immediately
ahead, T. G. MacGowan, chairman
of the group's marketing commit
tee, told reporters.
The postwar labor force of 60,
000.000, of whom. the committee ex
pects about 54,000,000 to obtain
peacetime Jobs, compares with a
1929 labor force of only 48,060,000
workers, of whom but 47,798,000 had
In 1939, the last year of peace be
fore the outbreak of the Second
World war, the labor force in the
United States was 54.106,000. of
whom 53,737,000 were gainfully em
ployed. Last year there were 52,
620,000 workers in civilian Jobs and
11,390,000 in the armed services, out
of a total labor force of 64,010,000.
Attention wa called to the fact
that recently many qualified ob
servers have emphasized that num.
rous workers, women, for instance,
and college students who took war
time jobs, will not want work Im
mediately, thereby creating addi
tional Job opportunities for war vet
eran. "Improved machinery, better
methods and continuing increase in
the efficiency of the American work
man will make It possible for the
production to rise in greater pro
portion than the number of em
ployees," the committee stated.
But while there admittedly Is go
ing to be a large-scale market for
'American manufacturers in the next
tow months, "suitable merchandis
ing plans" are Imperative if full
oorufumption is to be realized, the
ommltte told businessmen.
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i ;'. siit neckline. Patterns
. - : i ' tvlr5 arailable at local
'. !'iv Victc:7 Bonds witk
isnry th 1 liv tewing.
U. S. Treasury Department
U. S. Sifmml Cupt Pbt
Mortar Guaner Albert i. Hamilton,
Jr., Beaumant, - Texas, waonded an
tiny le, Byukyn, the day be eaw Ernie
Pyle killed, says, "If yon had been
there, you wouldn't have te be re
minded to bay Bond to bring back
Hiiatl CarpM fJiot
Ho. Isaac J. Bro lustra, riflemaa from Breaw Bridge, Lsw (right) who lost botk leg below the knee In
the European war. Instructs fellow ami utee In modified oaliathenioa. Other patient (left to right Pfo. L.
D. Greea, Jr., Pine Bluff, Ark.; Pfo. Pedro A. Ochoa, Galveston, Texas; Pvt. J. H. Traweek, Gllliland,
Texas; Pfo. M. C. Erickson. Hills bors, Ore.; Pf c. W. LangstoavCarntberavUle, Mo.; Sgt. Richard N. Stan
sell, Houston, Texas; Pvt. T. F. Sedick, loungstown, Ohio; Pfo. Henry Wolenhaupt, CentraUa, 111.; TSjrt.
B. B. Wright, Savannah, Ga.; and SSet. Robert Taylor, CentraUa, HL Victory Bonds bought and held will
restore health and vigor to U. 8. wennded service men everywhere.
IS. . Sit nil CotP Mot
Left to richtt Cpl. George Foster,
Orrville, Ohio; Pvt. Clifford Warren,
Topeka, Kansas; The Hon. Richard
Wood, son of Lord and Lady Halifax.
McCloskey'a patients are credited,
with over $400,000,000 in bonds. Ap
plaud them with Victory Bonds.
i We're giving you the thoughts !
J of folks I
Whose numbers are like seeds of I
j of oaks I
Whose struggles .are from day to 1
To eke a living in God's way; I
Fighting hard with brain and .
Hoping for a better dawn.
Total figures tell it straight,
Idle farms now dot the state,
Thought It best to let you hear
That more and more will disappear.
Less of profits, less reserves,
Not to mention jaded nerves,
Are forcing many of the best
To seek employment with the rest
Ceilings fixed too near the cost,
Not a chance when crops are lost.
Thus it looks to many growers,
Plugging still on shaky floors,
That old man Hunger stark and
May out of somewhere yet ap
pear. "F" Ranch.
NOTICE OF SALE
Nazis Are Barred From
Business by Army Chiefs
United States army headquarters re
cently ordered active Nazis and
militarists who had gained posi
tions of prominence and influence in
their communities removed from
private businesses, professions or
' Heretofore, military government
authorities have directed then main
attention to ousting Nazis from
! governmental and quasi-public posl
tlons. In contrast, the new order is
- designed to denazify every phase of
i German life.
; The directive permits the issuance
jf temporary revocable licenses to
f physicians and others engaged In
I such activities "as art necessary
jtor the health, safety, or well being
l)f their community."
(Two Radio Dials Guide
Vessels in Mine Fields
LONDON. A 30-pound radio de
Vice that enables a navigator to de
' tannin his vessel's position by
reading two dials and consulting
a chart, was taken oft the secret list
: recently by the admiralty.
The apparatus, which guided ship
from many part of southern Eng
land through minefields , to Nor
iXnandy beaches on D-Day, was
credited by seamen with being five
(time mora accurate than any other
;. The instrument send out a radio
. jboam which allows the navigator to
tak reading from the dials. The
n ivttsel'f position Is then determined
by correlating the dial readings'
. with a specially marked chart.
Pole Predicts That Few
Will Shun Homeland
LONDON, ENGLAND . J an Stan
exyk. Polish minister for social wei.
fare, predicted recently that fewer
than 600 of the more than 1,000,000
, Poles stranded in Europe would re
fuse to return to their homeland.
Itanczyk Is a member of the Polish
delegation to the United Nations re
lief and rehabilitation administra
tion, which is responsible for the
ears and repatriation of displaced
person. Pole constitute the largest
category of Europeans who were
uprooted by the war.
Modern Students Found .
i To Be War-Conscious
I ROCKFORD. ILL. - It was a
concensus of 2,000 Illinois teacher
. n convention here recently that the
war had it effect on school chil
dren, but as to what these effects
were there was much difference of
It was generally agreed by the
"sahoolmarms" that today's chil-
Under and by virtue of the pow
er of sale contained in that cer
tain mortgage deed executed by
Luther Chasten and wife, Sidney (
Chasten to Alex Brown, recorded
in Duplin County Registry Book
402 page 526 to which said mort
gage and the registry thereof reg
istry is now had, and default hav
ing been made in hte payment of
the note secured thereby, the un
dersigned will offer for sale, and
will sell for cash at the Court
House Door in- Kenansville,
North Carolina, at the hour of
12:00 noon on Saturday, December
8th, 1945, all of following describ
ed tract of land:
Being a tract of land lying in
Island Creek Township, Duplin
County, State of North Carolina,
and described as follows to wit:
Being a 2 9-10 acre tract con
veyed to Luther Chasten by J. T.
Boney and wife, December 24,
1913, as recorded in Book 230 on
Page 265, Duplin County Registry.
Second Tract: Being same land
conveyed to Luther Chasten by J.
E. McNellis and wife and Billie
McNellis February 18,-1937, con
taining 33 acres more or less, as
recorded in Book 394 on. Page 260
Duplin County Registry. Refer
ence is hereby made to said Books
and Pages for complete descrip
tion of said lands.
This Sale is made subject to
prior encumbrances. A deposit of
10 percent will be required of the
successful bidder as evidence of
good faith. . J
This November 2, 1945. j
Alex Brown, Mortgagee. !
Vance B. Gavin, Attorney.
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