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Autumn travellers find good tar
rying . in North - Carolina. -'
: Along Main North-South high
ways and east to the coast and west
to. the mountains there are attract-
. ions everywhere that stamp North
Carolina Variety Vacationland -
and October and November good
months to visit the Old North State.
. There is good lodging and good
eating, both along Highways No. 1,
IS, 17 and 301 that take you thru
the Coastal Plain and the Sandhills
and convey you to Junctions with
, east-west highways that are ave
nues to the autumn color parade in
the mountains and the finest salt
water fishing found anywhere along
the coast. You are close, on these
roads, to Fort Bragg and Camp Le
Jeune. The Sandhills resorts, Plnehurst
and Southern Pines, are most popu
lar with travellers whether they
tarry for a night or for a season.
This is the mid-South area, famed
for its mild climate and recreational
facilities golf, riding and just
resting. The No. 2 golf course at
Pinehurst ranks among the world's
Before reaching the Sandhills,
if you are driving down from the
North, or East, you will pass thru
North Carolina's great cigarette
tobacco producing area, and tobac
co curing barns along highways
lead you to the auction centers of
the Bright Belt. The tobacco auc
tioneer is in full chant during Oct
ober and November, and the Wilson
Junior Chamber of Commerce
makes a speacialty of guided tours
through the warehouses where
sales are being conducted.
To the east, the traveller passes
through the Albermarle section and
is within easy drive of the coastal
resorts where there is a choice of
pier, surf and charter-boat fishing
until late autumn. Guided tours to
historic homes and gardens arS
available at Edenton, New Bern
Swinging west, Raleigh, the capi
tal, is worth a pause. Raleigh is
the only Capital in the United
States that is laid out from the be
ginning as a Capital City. It's century-old
Capitol is visited by thou
sands each year.
At Raleigh is North Carolina
State College, famed for its tex
tile, agricultural and engineering
schools. Within a radius of 30 miles
also is the University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill, Duke at
Durham, and Wake Forest. All of
them, football, as well as learning,
is serious business. At Chapel Hill
a $3,000,000 planetarium gives
nightly and Saturday-Sunday after
Durham, and further west, Winston-Salem,
are the nation's largest
Sales Last Week, Monday
ITirough Friday, 7,127,034
Pounds, For $4,021,492.24
THE AMERICAN WA Y
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Tours of manufacturing plants. and
of neighboring Old Salem may be
arranged in Winston-Salem.
The Piedmont plateau is dotted
with textile and furniture plants,
which contribute to North Carol
ina's industrial leadership In the
Westward, the bear-hunting sea
son opens October 15, and there is
no closed season for bass, bream
and crappie on the many mountain
North Carolina's restful mount
tains are of the colorful best in
October. North Carolina's hotels
and roadside inns and cabins extend
a welcome in all seasons.
Labor Leaders On
In Trust Case
A deluge, of telegrams from the
HAS SOLD MORE POUNDS,
t . L7Hl ALIL .7FCI
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GROWERS AVERAGED S68 JO S71 m
. - HOUSES -AVERAGED $60
5 PEEIJTY FL00.7 SPACE
1U Reirular Rnvr i
nation's labor leaders and thous
ands of messages from consumers,
all voting opposition to the anti
trust suit against A&P Food Stores,
have flooded the company's New
York offices, an official of, the food
chain said today.
, Union heads representing butch
ers, meat cutters, clerks, warehouse
men and truck drivers, began send
ing wires as soon as news of the
suit calling for company dissipa
tion reached the press. At the same
time, thousands of consumers have
swamped A&P headquarter with
phone calls, ielegrams and letters
praising the company's operations
and criticising the anti-trust charge.
The labor chiefs brand the suit
an attack against organized labor
and a threat to current living stan
dards'. AH oppose the action of the
anti-trust lawyers and pledge sup
port of A&P's plan to defend its
low-price retail policy.
Reflecting the sentiments of thou
sands of organized workers in food
and allied industries, the messages
stress A&P's high wage scales and
"World's Largest Bright
PAID OUT MORE , MONEY THAN ANY TOBACCO MARKET OH THE
ip asps n-nnCTEm
f fit V t.
: : 1 DiVE j:i J M SELL
MODERN WAREHOUSES v r j-- .
You Make Your Own Selec
tica Vrl "re You Sell.
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Held In Faison
Mrs. Ed M. Anderson of . West
Jefferson, president of the North
Carolina Federation of Women's
Clubs, elected at, the state conven
tion, in Goldsboro, last spring, was
the principal speaker when the
11th district meeting cenvened in
Faison on Thursday of last week. .
" Mrs. O. J. Patterson, Jr. of Clinton-,
district president, was in the
chair for the meeting. Mrs. William
R. Clifton, president of the Sesame
Club of Faison, hostess group to
the convention, welcomed the dele
gates, Mrs. James M. Harper, Jr.,
responded. .. ?-..
Representatives , of , affiliated
clubs Who gave greetings were
Miss Hilda Clontz, Kenansville, re
presenting the Home Demonstra
tion Clubs; and Miss Mary Whit
field, Kenansville, representing the
Nurses Association. ' . , 1
Mrs. Arthur W. Greene, of Ahos
kle, second vice president of the
state organization, gave an address
following the state president
Business. transacted included the;;
official reports and appointments
of various committees. -Invocation
was given ly the Rev.
Murphy Smith and a special music
excellent working conditions. v
Earl W. Jimmerson, president of
the Amalgamated Meat Cutters &
Butcher Workmen, an A. F. of L.
affiliate, in regretting' "the action
taken by Attorney General Howard
McGrath," said Bis union was ready
"to aid your Company in anyway
we can." ; '- .."iv
Jimmerson's wire referred to A&
P as "almost thoroughly unionized,"
and assailed the action as a sinister
move to single out the Great Atlan-.
tic & Pacific Tea Co. Stating that
"the whole suit Is nearly blast at
organized labor," the message ad
ded that the company meets union
wage rates throughout the country.
"This friendly attitude," it con
tinued, " is reflected in your com
pany's dealings with practically all
other unions affiliated with the
American Federation of Labor."
' A wire from the teamster's union,
Boston, said that "in view of our
excellent labor relations with the
A&P, Local 829 will do. all m its
Dower to publicize that the A&P
pays the highest wages and pro-4
vides the best working conditions
for all its employees," and "is one
of the largest contributors to the
high standard of living the- Ameri
can public now enjoys."
The message was signed by John
E. Hamilton, John J. Greeley, and
John C. Harrington, business rep
resentatives of Local 829. .
Similar statements were contain
ed in telegrams-from all parts of
the country where A&P operates.
Leaf Tobacco Market'
' Sales for Season Thru Sept.
r 30th 52,960,214 Pounds For
EIITIPI SALES . . .
FOU EIITIRE FLOORS;: '
. . . RETU.7II HOME
feature; the story of Puccini's
"Madame 'Butterfly" was given by
Mesdames iJack Pool, Bob Wenz,
Paul5 Moore, WalteT Brltt. Hardin
Kimr'ey, and J. F. (3plwell. , Pages
were Misses Belle Lee, Carolyn
Newton, Marion Kalmer, Anne Mbs
ley Bowdeh and Mary Baugham.
Luncheon was served at the Fai
son school gymnasium.
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BILL HINES, JR. and J. C. PAGE Phone 318
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: .1 INDIVIDUAL YARE-
'SAME DAY . .
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i BUYING COMPANIES
$ Representing All Domestic
And Foreign TohaJco In-
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v., RoifrJ Up Cy.U?..-..cr Scoll
Governor -Scott haS Issued a call ; in North Carolina. I think you will
to sheriffs,, police chiefs -and ABC gree with me that this serious
law enforcement officers to meet problem that demands the bested -on.
October , 12 to discuss plans to forts of all agencies of the state In- ,
fight bootlegging. i5?,, ,. -i.-.; interested, in Jaw, enforcement. ( '
The date' for the conference, I" "It is. hot my purpose to attempt
which was suggested by State ABC ' to dictate law enforcement policies
Chalrmafl R. W. Winston, was an-. f0r your community. That is you
nounced by the governor's office, responsibility. 1 However, 'I flo "be
, In his official call to the officers, ; lleve that' 'it meeting of these three
Governor Scott .wrote vril, important ''enforcement- agencies
' "A principal purpose to this meet ..will result In a clearer understand
ing is to devise ways and means of- ing of theproblems confronting
combatting the illicit liquor traffic ; us. ;," " ' " '"'
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