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UNO Security Council
Votes To Let Nattona
Try To Reach Agne?
Jul SO?In ita ISndmalnr
the United Nations Security
and Inn to asttle]
thn progress of thubr]
Viou am*? CHutar Andrei
Vtahinaky pounded the table at
times. British Foreign Secretary
Krneet Bevin charged that Rnaate
had conducted what "looked to ua
J ike a war of nervea" in ths Iran
Later, aa the attempte to reach!
en agreement progressed, Vishinsky|
became conciliatory and Bevin as
aumad a catai hat dim* attitude onj
Thua tha dig wars- threw off toe4
cloak of secret diplomacy and]
tori^dfbair problems?and thoae of |
smaller nattone?in the open.
By Ha agreement; the 11-nation
Wo-en open split betveen
?A*a>. soar band and the
United States and Britain on the
over Iran's rempleint that
had inter few nd hi Iran's in
conciliatory move by Bevin I
aacaa proposal that
ba submitted to di-]
rect negotiation but that the Securi
ty Council keep the case on its ]
"Will you agree to my proposal, J
Mr. Viahinahr,? the British fond*
secretary." sake* "if I strike out the|
words temdha agemhf ?"
"Tea," replied Viahinsky. M
Both Viridaaky and. 8. H. Taqut
xadeh, ; chief Iranian delegate, had
? shortly after the council con
thfiiTv coonldM ih^H he
to settle their differences
by dtfgul negotiation, bat the de
bate flared over whether toe Securi
? a ? a ? ?- ? ? * - J
ty Carmen aaonm mam tain June- ]
that the question]
on toe agenda only
believed that the di
and tola, he declared, |
it dean net do.
"The case is empty," he asserted,'
"It inn manifestation of distrust,
the sdwriiateuat which haa pre
us 4f it is
OUR SERVICE MEN
Set Robert Teal, son of Mr*. Wil
lerd J. Tool, and the late Mr. TeM,
service at Fa|t
ft attar serving fc
1M2. S?t Taal'a Division
?th, known as the "Yankee Diviaion/*
of tha Third Army in the Europe*!
Theater rf Operations.
Teel wmn the Combat JaJW .
man Badge, the Victory, Occupation
and American Theater Ribhaaa, the
Germany, the Good Contact Medal,
the Fraaeh and the PwMdmtial ci
tations. He embarked for the States
from Leh*mv France, January Rfc,
and arrived in JtarYdrk; on the 22nd.
Qd. Robert D. Tugwell, son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Tugwell, Jr., of Wal
Btcmburg, was released from military
service* January 22, at Fort Bragg.
CpL TugweU aerved 22 montln in the
South Pacific Theater. He weare a
number of awards.
TugweU is the grand g>n of Mi*. J.
D. Owens and a nephew of Miss Neva
MISS EVELYN P. WEBB
Pinetops. ? Mias Evelyn ,TS[
Webb* daughter of . Mr. and
Graver H. Webb, whose marriage to
Robert Fialey Snipes will be.
ized In the Pinetope Presbyterian
Church, Saturday, February 2, at 8j00
P. M., has bean the inspiration for
numerous prenuptiai social
since araouneemnt of hea
During the week, Mrs. W. E. Cobb,
Jr., entertained at a large -and bean
tiful ten in her home with a hundred
fifty gueatr calling between the
of 8.-00 sad idt o'clock, the.
honoree was presented a corsage of
pink rases and a gift of silver in her
chosen pattern by the hostess. Be
cetving and - serving were: the hon
oree, her mother, Mrs. Graver H.
and sister, Miss Eva Webb,
R. A. Wwim, Miss If.
Cobb, Mrs. V. H. Webb, Mrs. Don
Bullock, Mm p. L. GrrffthnPfff. Mrs.
J. V. Cobb, Mrs. Herman Present^ I
Miss Lillian Fhfliipe, Mrs. H. R. Mc
Fadyen, Mrs. R. W. Isley, Miss Mar
garet Bainet Mrs. E. E. Phillips, Sr.,
and Jr., Mrs. Walter Staley, Mrs
Lewis Fountain and Mrs. John Camp
at a lovely bridge party, the hostess
presented Miss Webb with a corsage
and a gift of sflver. High and low
score prises were won by Mrs. R. A.
Bynum and Mrs. Sam Crisp. Ah ice'
Mrs. S. S. Paricer, Mrs. M. E. Lane
and Mrs. Roy T. Parker entertain
jointly at a sumptuous lunchson and
miscellaneous shower. Mias Webb's
plane was marked by a corsage. Mrs.
H. R. McFadyen and Miss Payne
from the dining room
Mrs. R. W. Isley delightfully enter
al a bridge foncheo* attended
by thirty-two guests. Miss Webb
?<?ived a gift of crystal in her pat*
tern. High aari low score awards
went to Mm. John Sheerin and Miss.
Mrs. G. P. Webb and Mm. S Gil
Crisp entertained, Sunday. *t a
hour in the home of
? rAMf?HUR??^doLjuaK?mu.?ULM ,
** Bottom ***? ?Mb* Koaback. BoW?y R?**U? JWd. Willi., Sidney Caryaway.
-4km, Gfine Stroud, R. H. Uoyd, CbujM Joyner, Claud* Johnaon, Dewey Hathaway.
MISS MAMIE DAVIS
P. T. A.
Thursday, m Feikfas Hall with George
W. Davis presiding. The sseoUd
grade, Mn. R. N.
Mm. John B. Joyner gave a medi
tation, the theme of which was "Char
acter, Hie Eaaartlar Requisite To
day." In developing her talk Mrs.i
Joyner read Isaiah 82 and the poem
"God Give Ua Man."
.Miss Mamie Davis was presented
aa .the speaker of the afternoon andi
her topic, "Character Building" waa
announced at thf* time.
' Taking the home, the, school,:jjta
church and the community as founda
tion stones in the building of charac
ter, Miss Davis brought out many!
thought-provoking poinits and made
many farciful statements regarding,
the responsibilities resting on the
guardians of these institutions and
on the entire citizenship in relation/
to community recreation.
SUseaing the fact that the founda
tion structure of the finished citizen
is laid in the home, the speaker de
clared chat the" home is the most
important sphere; stating that a na
tion's destiny depends on the train
ing the child receives in the school,
she stressed effort, responsibility and
accomplishment of educational lead
en; the church must furnish the in
spiration for daily life mid spiritual
courage with which to face hardship*
and crises; placing community recre
ation in a position of prime import
?"??jp character building, Mies Davis
pressed the need of proper equip
ment, capable leadership and high
Pitting into the general plan of
the program were vocal selections.
Homo, Street Home, School Days^
Abide With Me and America, render
ed by Seleta Tucker, with Mrs. Hay
wood Smith as accompanist.
With The Rotarians
Frank Williams presided over the
bsishisea ? aw ton of the Rotary Club,
Tuesday evening, during which, Dr.
jbhnTM. Mbwbom made some timely
suggestions concerning' the proposed)
the community i< i im I
tional facilities, following which,
there was a general discussion of the |
subject The club voted to seek
?wlitteiain at other civic clubs and]
interested persons in forming definite
Jc^t Xundsn, " Victory Clothing
reported that the
ISat the Jfsthodisi Church basement
open for donations
rrTrr~r/t February 2. also urged
members to keep the club attendance
record up t? tba high mark it had
m thft rawwlt V? ifr -'Z, W '
The attendance prise, given by
John T. Thome, was won by John B.
donated to the
Cooley Measure To Re
-Washington, Jan. 80?A bil l au
thorized by Rep. Harold D. Cooley
of Nashville reorganizing the Farm
Security Administration was strong
ly .endorsed by Secretary of Agri
culture Clinton P. Anderson in a
report filed with tile House agri
cultural committee today.
[ Anderson stressed the necessity
for early enactment of basic author
ity for loans to low-income farm
en provided by the F8A, which the
Cooley measure would give.
Anderson, however, urged that
two changes be made in the Cooley
ImR. He asked that existing FSA re
gional offices not be eliminated as
provided for in the bill, ami he
stated that he did not think that
government insurance for fjarm
loans made to lew-income fanners
iH IIIM WJ>
He also asked that the loan limita
tion of $3,600 be "somewhat high
er," eepec^iy for anas in the
Northeast, Northwest and West. la
these arena, he said/ farmers "fre
quently have difficulty in obtaining
sufficient funds." Under the higher
ceiling Anderson asked that the De
partment of Agriculture be per
mitted to establish maximum loans
for different sections Of the country.
The Budget Bureau alao approved
the bill, with the stipulation that
ail funds provided be appropriated
directly front: the U. S. Treasury.
Boy Scout Week
To Feature Scout
X Clothing Collection
Scouts of W*r-Torn Countries
To Receive Articles
A "Shirt Off Our?Backa" collection,
will be featured during Boy Scout
Week, February 8 to 14, the 345th An
niversary of the founding of the Boy
Smuts of America, P. T. Watson,
Chairman at the Council Camping
and. Activities Committee, announced
recently.' ' <- .J
All Districts of the local Council,
under the supervision of the Gamp
jhg and Activities Chairman of the
District, and the District Commis
sioner. in jjjnoperation with the na
tional campaign, will make a collec
tion of uniforms sad equipment to
be sent to Boy Scouts of the Euro ?
pean sad the Pacific areas, who lost
tjjfi. equipment uniforms dur
ing the war, Mr. Wafeaa said.
The most needed
laundered by the donor, include
shirts. without hats. cans.
' WW'S mF * ? ?
" orts. biMdM. trottiera, indri
shoes, belts, neckerchiefs, slides and
ursotd*. Equipment wH+ would
help timpi nvofltr axes, ifultee,
haversecks, mess kits,
passes, first aid kits, Signal flags and
?i _ - _* afs . ' ?? " ?
Will be attached with
gift tS0b which wiB carry
at the donor, a
the suggestion that the recipient,
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COL. BEN TURNAGE RECEIVES
GENERAL STAFF ASSIGNMENT
After spending Am yean
nine months in- the South Pacific
Theater, CoL Ben. 0. Tuning* Jr,
Bon of Postmaster and Mrs. B. O.
Tuimage, hga completed kfe We at
home and been assigned to the
Ground Forces, Head<
Pentagon, Washington, D. a, as Sec
retary to the General Staff.
Col. Turaage is entitled to wear
seven Service Ribbons with six Cam
paign Stars, the Bronze Star and the
Legion of Merit
MRS. R. B. WILLOUGHBY
BURIED WEDNESDAY ;
Mi*. Camilla R. WiHoughby, 49,
Wife of R. E. Willoughby of Bell Ar
thur, (Bed at 4:15 o'clock Tuesday
mooting at Pack View Hospital, in
Rocky Mount, after several months'
Funeral services were conducted at
Eighth Street Christian Church in
Greenville at 3:30 o'ekck Wednesday
afternoon by the pastor, Dr. H. G.
ft&ney, and Dr. R. J. Bennett, pastor
of Arthur Christian Church. BurM
was in Greenwood cemetery in Green*
Mrs. Willoughby, daughter of the
late Tom and AIHe Joyner Robinson,
spent all of her life in the Ray
Arthur community. .She was a mean
ber >>f the Arthur Christian Church.
She was graduated from East Case*
lina Teachers College, then known
as East Carolina Training- School,
in 1918.' She taoght school for two
years at Pamela She waa married
Surviving are her huahand, a son,
Pfc. Erneet Willoughby of the Unit
ed States army, new
Europe; two daughters, Miss E .
Willoughby, a student at ECTC, and
Wt Tiwilte Willoughby ?f the !????,
and: a brother, Bert Robinson of
Active pallbearers were C. D. 1
Smith, R. W. Tyson, Walter Dunn,
Alton McLawhom, Mark and Maeld
Among PaAnville relatives and']
friends attending the funeral were;
Mrs. D. S. Morrill, Mp. Helm Wat
kins Horton, Bert Robinson, Mr. and
Mm. Thad and Miss Myrtle Nichols, t
Mm. Chester Outiand, Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Smith, J. W. Joyner, Mm. Car
rie Belle Joyner, and Mm. Nonig
It* Bejtttae F*
crop of sweet
008 to avoid a repeat on the poor
quality crop of last year, have out
lined a number of suggestions to
Yields on the state's 80,000 acres
of sweet potatoes in ?Jfc 71
between 87 and 116 to
but quality was poor ami returns cor
respondingly discouraging. Now,
however, demand for potatoes con
tinues strong on the south*** mgr-i
kets and buyers from Virginia,
Georgia mj Sooth Carolina are fre
other counties. Curb market reports
have indicated that people will buy
good potatoes with little regard for
irrespective of how low the
These BUfiftrestions have been of
fered to Tar Heel gj&wers.
Buy certified seed stock now (about
air several days.
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JL to 31; SntfW
to 11; Morehead Qty, 48 to 18,
The locals have an entirely near
team this year with, the a
SiddMnilit wty played .
srtyball last jeer. Sidney.
one gwme this seeapn, and the gifts
two. Three games are scheduled
here for Friday night The fir*
game will be with tike grirU widen
wiH start at 7^30, varsity boys at
8:30 sod the Junior boys at 9:80.
Neat Tuesday night, Parmville
will play the Kiaston bp ye in two
Famvilla midget basketball team
has a dean slate of three victories,
two over Ay dan by the score of 20 to
IE and 81 to 7, and Morehead City,
19 to 18. Members are; Harry A1
hritton, Johnny Barrett, Dan Sattar
thwaite, Willand Ellis, George Stroud,
Carl King; Bobby Brock, Richard
Manner, Billy Ruaaeil, Garland Wind,
ham and Ernest Morgan.
Monhewd City girls defeated the
locals 21 to IE, Tuesday night, wbfle
the visiting boys routed the local boys
32 to 18. Faansille girls \loet the
game due to their inaccuracy at shoot
ing the basket They missed fieM
basket after basket and made only
four free shots out of a possible 21.
Hie Farm villa boys, young and inex
perienced, lost the game .by wiM
?booting. They aeem to be vesy
nervous- when meeting strong oppfcgl
MRS. MILLER PA8BES '
AT WOODRUFF, S. C.
Funeral services for Mrs. Lixsie
Sumerell Miller, 72, wife of J. T.
Miller, of Woodruff, S. C? jm
ducted from the home in Woodruff,
It 2:00 o'clocjc, January 26, from the
Bramlett Methodist Church, by the
PMtor, the lev. Mr. George. In
terment was made in the family plot
bu the- churchyard.
Mm. Miller's death occurred in
Workman's Memorial Hospital, in
Woodruff, Thursday, January 24, Ul
an ilhtem of three weeks
Surviving am the huahand, five
rf Eneree, S. 0.,'Mrs. Alvin
and Mrs. J*eph Dupma, of Wood
ruff, S. C.; four brothers, Frank,
and J. T. Miller, Jr.,
Mrs. Johnson had been at h
daughter*, Bflly Louise and Betty
Miller, attended the funeral on Fri
day, and Mrs. Johnson, returned to
Farmvflle with them, Tuesday.
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Cash On The Side'
o?t *he Wan |
weather and I
com during: the
The krpoagn oi
liiut farm land today ia worth
650 in the market M. L.
"I am bitterly opposed to ttos
demand will fid* 1* at ?req^ tarn
S?T ?3f"u **"*
Mr. Truman contends*
credit would holy not aaljr
but alto Aausto* and thfl
said, "will enable the
dom, through mroumt
? 9 .FjWTWKr :
exchanffe riitrictioina. a
nation* to ?W? aWo hy,j
the Unitod Ste^O tojo#.:
man aroal of fiaflM
risinsk ?fcandards ofl
He eaid it
iiiieline an exoectad
J1 ' I'- 'W ?~ ij a * je i ^ t
halmn^ of PflVTnPTltS <"*"
?op the wn^ld, bo apty*
ww material* essentia* to 1
and work of her people
"At the eame time." the Prnfoat
declared, "it will ^r~?
ket for thoac surj"
State* which- aro
to the United
_"Ita mart iw?.,
our point of wsr to
removal of emergency
^ JJl 1 'JPTTttT*
?toad by %? Utoted :
tta international t
more speedily than
the Breton Woods
be able to relax
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ciai agreement/1 he s
flrTftftt contnDuuon to
ment of a ttwmaneni
up the funds
to start payinjr
over 60 years.
Jdp 0. J ~
mm ?t tfe
would soon be out
of membes* who