.J licked up from Here, There and Everywhere
by J. V. Tomlinson
i' has signed
.. Tue measure
iat general cut
-t thirty years.
i we tax on tele
i, stoves and other
aces from five to
, and also trimmed
t i ves on dozens of
i f ars, ' jewelry,'1 cos-
Joda , . ,
a rates reduced were
hod to higher levels
,r II. Congress has been
iie then for relief from
- ' ' ,.v- . -r,
v . . '" " .iv.
inlstration has taken a
.itlon against excise cuts,
ey will add about a hil
ars to the $2,900,000,000 de
ady forecase for the, new
financial year. t x
New Deen-Se TMvlnc Beeerd
The newspapers reported recently
that two Jnph naval nfflpero. IA
Com. George Houot and naval en
gineer Henri willm, had set a new
world's deep-sea diving record by
descending more than two and one-
half miles in a bathvscafe to the
ooze on the Atlantic ucean oonom.
By descending 13,284 feet they
broke by 2.952 feet the previous
record deeo-sea dive made last
"September by Swiss scientist Au-
guste Piccard and his son Jacques
In the Mediterranean Sea near Na
1 An Interstate Commerce Commis
sion examiner will probably be sent
to North Carolina to conduct hear
ings on a petition filed by railroads
operating In the State asking for
ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF
. S -Serving .
" : Sandwiches - Hot Dogs- Hamburgers
And Thick Milk Shakes
Highway 117 South of Warsaw
not- is the time to
HURRY HOGS TO MARKET!
-I i " . i. - a J
AVIIAOI MOVIMINT Of
HOO rtlCIS AT CHICAGO
USINO PAST 10 VIASS
MAR. AH. MAY JUNE JULY AUS. SEPT. OCT.
The above chart shows average prices for hogs at
. , r 1 t . . r. - I ) ! ...n.l tit f rt rrl f I ft
Chicago tor we iasi i years. " ...-. ...
September, now it's August. Last year it moved
forward to July. This spring hog men must hurry
hogs to market . . . make every minute count!
We have a program that will help you get your
hogs to market in a hurry. See us . . .
JVT THE STORE WITH THE CHECKERBOARD SIGN
WARSAW FEED MILL
Warsaw, N. C.
an Increase In Intrastate freight
rates, according to an ICC spokes-
Tha 29 railroad Joining In the
petition contend they ara being dis
criminated against because of the
failure of the State to equalize
Intrastate freight rates with those
now applying to interstate traffic.
The railroad companies claim they
are losing a combined total of one
an a half million dollars annually
because of the present low rate
scale under which they are compell
ed to operate.
Polio Test Set For 6 N. C. Counties
Six counties in North Carolina
will participate in the national pro
gram to test a newly-developed
vaccine for polio, Dr. J. W. It Nort
on, State health officer announced
The doctor has just returned from
New York, where a conference was
held by representatives of the As
sociation of State and Territorial
Health Officers, The American Bed
Cross, The National Foundation for
Infantile Paralysis and the Office
of Defense Mobilization.
Dr. Norton said the Inoculations,
scheduled to begin around April-15,
are planned for Buncombe, Cald
well, Durham, Guilford, New Han
over, and Rockingham counties, In
cluding the cities in each county.
New Director for FHA
Horace Jordan Isenhower, a far
mer and business man of Conover,
N. C. is the new director for the
Farmers Home Administration in
North Carolina. The appointment
was effective April B when he seo
ceeded J. B. Slack, who served as
state director for seven years.
With headquarters in Raleigh, Mr.
Isenhower will have charge of the
activities of the Farmers Home Ad
ministration's county offices that
serve the farm operating and farm
ownership credit needs of small
farmers in North Carolina.
Farm Income Down
North Carolina's cash farm In
come dropped six per cent in 1953,
according to a report released re
cently by the U. S. Department of
Drought and falling prices com
bined to lower the income last year.
For crops alone the decrease was
almost nine per cent.
Despite its lower crop income,
North Carolina moved up from 13th
to 12th place in rank among the
states in terms of total cash re
ceipts from farm marketings, main
tained forth place in receipts from
crops and 23rd in terms of live
For the nation as a whole, cash
farm Income declined four per cent
last year, with crop receipts down
two per cent and livestock off about
six per cent
"With cash costs taking a larger
proportion of farm income as a re
sult of the growth in mechanization
of farm operations," the report
states, "farmers retained as net in-
look, to lfliTBU S) Q'G" Ihl for
In the low-price field, ONLY PLYMOUTH brings you NEW
POWER for flashing new performance NEW POWER for still
more driving ease NEW POWER for greater driving safety I
new ,'owerFllle transmission
with new PowerFlow engine
PowerFlite, the newest, smoothest fully automatic
no-clutch transmission in the low-price field,
combined with the great new PowerFlow engine,
gives you flashing acceleration with no lurch or
lag. The PowerFlow engine's new 110 horsepower
gives you ample reserve power for any driving need.
new Power Brakes
You get quick, smooth, straight-line stops
with only half the usual pedal pressure I
New Power Braking works with Plymouth's famous1
Safe-Guard hydraulic brakes which have two ,
brake cylinders in each front wheel, where
competing low-price cars have but one.
full-time Power Steering
Plymouth's Power Steering works full-time, not
"on again-off again." It soaks up road shocks,
eliminates "wheel fight," gives you more precise
control on rough, bumpy roads or in deep
sand or mud. And Plymouth's Power Steering '
lets you park with one-fifth the normal effort 1
''Just as Plymouth has always brought
you the newest developments in riding
, . j j-;. j ni. il
GornroiT tutu urmug tnuviy, riynmuui
N t. - - . .
now brings you the newest power i
w .-,, . r"
advances In the tow-price field I ;
'Come in and try Plymouth's sensational y
crest new driving ease let us arrange.
vour demonstration drive today I p
I ' ; .wwfme, rVner Ha m PnnrBHirtns J ,
Htvt'NbJs at tow erii mtuf
r . I, ,
A headquSrters forvajue
SERVICE MOTOR COMPANY
' : Kenansville, N. C
come in 1953 only S.5 per cent of
their realized gross farm income,
and," smallest precentage for any
year since 1932." - -
ftvm Development In British Guiana
Great' Britain has announced Its
plans for . the economic develop
ment of British' Guiana. That coun
try is reported as having been re
tarded in it sprogress by the elected
government which was removed by
Britain last fall on the ground that
it was pro-communist . v - -
The new plan is to emphasize de
velopment of rail and road trans
port to open up the hinterland; also
drainage and irrigation, and housing
for agricultural worxers. -
Paul Garrison was listening to his
grandson on the superior qualities
of his newly acquired dog - a Dal
matian. - "What kind of dog is it?" quest
ioned the sheriff.
"Oh. it's one of them damnations,"
answered the grandson brightly. -
Female voice over the telephone:
"Hello, Is this the Fidelity Insurance
"Well, I want to speak to some
one about having my husband's fi
delity insured.'' -TarheelPostmaster.
"Any big men born around here?"
a tourist asked In a condescending
"Nope," responded the native.
"Best we can do is babies. Different
in the city, I suppose." -Tarheel
After hearing the grown-ups dis
cuss a recent weddinsv my iour-
year-old daughter remarked grave
ly: "When I get big, rm going to
marry Michael. "
We asked why she had decided
to marry the boy next door, and
she replied: "I shall have to. I'm
not allowed to cross the street
where all the other boys live." -
Safety experts warn drivers
not to wear sunglasses at night
to reduce the glare of oncoming
headlights. You won't see the
road either I
It pays to keep an eye on the
future but some folks plan so far
ahead the future is gone by the
time they arrive.
The man who puts on too much
speed ahead may meet reverses.
Successful is the man who buys
experience and is able to sell it at
The man who finds himself in the
most fixes is the one who has no
Belts, Buckles & Thread
Rayons & Acetates
Plain & Fancy Linens
Orion White Coating
SO & SEW SHOP
Clinton,' N. C.
J os e p hr s
It Is A Must
The sale you are
waiting for .
You Will Save
' In Goldsboro r
P.T.A. b::.:is ?
Ibv Oiiiccrs .
. The Magnolia P.T.A. held its last
meeting of the year, Monday night
Apirl 5, in the school lunchroom, v.
Mrs, C H. Pope was In charge of
the program. Mrs. M. E. Lindsey
gave the . devotional. The Junior
Glee Club, under the direction of
Mrs. Helen Johnson of Warsaw, sang
several songs. Mary Catherine Bass
was pianist Kenneth Taylor gave
an interesting talk on "Improve
ments In Our Community.' '
After the program,' A. Lanier,
president called for the reading
of the minutes and treasurers re
port by Mrs. Paul Tucker,
New officers were installed 'for
the 1955-58 term. They are A. Lanier
Jr, president; Maude Smith, Vice-
president; and Clifton Chestnutt,
Secretary and Treasurer. :
.The meeting wa sadjourned and
the group enjoyed refreshments in
the lunch room, , -
Red Cross Uotes
CURRENT RED CROSS NEWS'. 1
"As of (his date, April 6th. the
following returns ' have been re
ported to Chapter Headquarters for
thA Dunlin County American-Red
Cross; (According to H, L. Stevens,
m, Mgr.): ,'
' Worker, Community, Amount
' L. M. Bostlc, Potter's Hill. $65.02.
E. B. Hager, B. F. Grady and Out
law's Bridge, $158.81 .
Mrs. Allen Draughan, Sr Warsaw,
George Powell, Wallace, S7zs.w.
Mrs. L. B. Brummitt," Rose Hill,
IH CONSTANT USl BY SfORTS ANNOUNCm.
WRITERS, CLUB OFFICIALS AND TANS
Thb book It authorized by Ford Frlck, CommiuloiMr of
Inwhnll. end rh prnidwiti of Iho two maor Uoguol.
No boMball book dim such complete up-toKiate to for- j
mart on avwaon, WshllsMi of previous oojon, bIj..
tunc of toanu. ole. I coor oywything. Including out- ,
tendlnfl ncordl, eft., ott. Thoro arar alw Mhcdu n of
tho American and Nallonal Icogun, as well at playing ;
aalw of outitandlng minor Uaguos. . -
THf SPORTING NEWS, National Bat.boll Weekly I
I 301 S Waihlnaton Avenue, St. Louis 3, Missouri I
ntitlMt mlui I tow prw a. ... ' I
Ellis and Bemis
REPAIRS and PARTS
Hill Supply Company
Pink HU1, N. C .
John Deere Sales & Service
W, A. Jones, Falsan, $30.75 .
. Rev. J. T;-Hayter 'and Mrs.; C.
WiUiam8, 'Kenansville. $ii34.44,
Mrs. Lou Bell Williams, Beulavllle
James . O; ":. Dickson, Calypso,
$189e. ' A "
Mrs. Charles HeafnT Teachey,
$70Xa , ' , 4 . ' . ,
J Mrs. R. A. Williams, Bow'den,
12,00 V " - " C
This is a total of $3,219.79.. ,
-There are ' severat communities
not heard from, Those who have not
already made their reports rare
urged to do so at once, and .help
us make up our deficit for we are
a long way from the goal of $5,025.00.
1 -ported by liis. N. B. Boney
Ex. Sec. . , .
.Party lines give the 'neighbors'
an opportunity to get a line on the rs
other party. - -
The man who borrows trouble
will have to pay a high rate ot In- ,
terest on the note. f ' . ...
A sour face and grouchy diapo-(
sition are frauds they are sub'
Stitutes for thinking.
- SALE ' ,f --Starts
April c18 " "
Ends April 21
SAMPSON IK)',V. CO.
' CLINTON, N. C.
"Joyous Easter.. '.,
: across theimiles,..
Say if with
On the Day of Hope, let your bean-
tiful living flowers wintod your kwed , :
ones that you re with them in spirk, . ":
Simply phone or visit your F.T.D. V ,
Florist the shop with Stbedy and '
the famous Mebcusv Emsle' -
Delivery It giHWsneov. f (,
0 llult Vmi MW Afklv . ' V
worn 99 eeii,v r
for the flowers you select, .
plus telegraph charges. .
riORlSTS'fELECRAPH DEUVERY ASSH
Heodquorterii Oetrolt, MUnlgag - ; J.-.
WARSAW FLORAL CO.
Phone 533 or 325 'C
Warsaw, N. C.
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