VOL. 25 NO. 4
State And N
Chicago. Jun. 24.?General and
Mr*.- Charles Galea Dawes oelebratert
their golden wedding anniversary
Hollowing Wieir usual custom of
keeping thedr privatit lives private,
the former Vice*President and Mrs.:
Dawes arranged no special obserance.
Tonight theTe will be a 'wedding
mrpper for member* of the tamtlly
and a tew intimate friends and a lib
tie moslcale in their -home In subur
has Brans ban.
Washington. Jan. 24.?While much
o I the world resorted to deficit financing,
the . Republic of Liberia,
ended Ita last fiscal year with a aur "
flilfi. " 11
This waa reported today by I .eater
A "Walton. American Minister to
the African country.. He added that!
the republic paid all obligations on
its funded debt and made substantial
payment 4n Its internal debt.,
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\HWlywnod. Jan. 24.--Clark Gable
and Carole Lombard, making their
first public aapearanee since Mm.
Maria Gable announced ahe planned
to *oe for dtvorse, attended a pre-1
rlew laat night.
Smiling broadly, they pushed.
through throngs out*We the theatre
and the blonde Mtsa Lombard) clung
tightly to Gable'* arm.
New Yorlr, Jan. 24.?'Lily Pons.
Metropolitan. Opera soprano, was
111 with Influenza today but her condition
was reported by her physlclarf
as not serious.
Because of her illness she has can
celled thtroe cTagtag engagweientta.
Including an appearance at a benefit
concert at Carnegie Hall tomorrow
night' sponsored by the National
.Foundation for Infauttle Paralysis.
Centralis, Pa... Jan 24.?Raiding a
home here, liquor enforcement agents
were literally showered with
Bottle* and ' ana emtio sailing out
a second floor window.
When Amber fib Id began stream
ing down, the agents formed a bucket
briggide to catch It. They labeled
-It. "Moonshine. Exhibit A."
Rook Hill 8. C., Jap 24.?A State
l'ighway Department checking stn
lion -will operate here this week test
Ing trucks and other commercial vd
The station will be set up on Chat
lotte Avenue Just off the Rock Hill
Geneva, N. Y., Jan. 24.?Chemists
at the New York state agricultural
Experiment Station figure It will be
about three years before they can
answer, chemically, the question:
"YVhen Is a graph riper
Neither color nor appearance of
the gnupe Is a safe guide in determining
maturity, the scientists said,
and the answer must be left to the
taste. The chemists seek a chemical
test which will remove the human
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?\7AITER, waiter, here vaiter gif
The gentleman rapped wi
topi At his call, a servitor came hi
ann . m ,
Til* Mm vu a Yiddish restau
' East Side. The hourwas the lunche
bearded person who had just made
. veyed the idee that here was a busli
-Vaiter," he said, "yon should
folk and a napkin and a Mate; a
nappvt" , I
: The waiter, somewhat pooled, ]
stood by awaiting the order itself,
r Mp Wek and then before his astoun
a knuckle of rye bread and from tl
eeedad to make a light but satisfyii
I Ablaze with indignation the w
way to find the proprietor.
"See that guy yonder?" he sai
one. "Well, of all the scalded nen
know what that gay done, boss? !
made me fetch him a set of feedin'
his own chow and started eatin'.
"I certainly am," stated the <r
"Say," he demanded With terrif
you think Tm runnin' here anyway
I The stranger looked -19 from h
"Veil," he said calmly/ "since ;
service here iss rotten!" f r ^
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1 Brief Form
Chapel Hill, Jan. -24.?Frank R. . a
TUcNtr..'h. ch-'irman of 1he Federal |(
Communications Commission will yj
speak here Thursday night under (,|
the auspices of tiie Carolina Polltl- tj
cal Union, a non-partisan student or* 1(t
denization. His subtest will be "Free (j
ik'in of Speech."
Goldaboro Jan. 24.?Lewis EzzeK,'
2&, remained to- be sentenced today f<
after entering a plea of nolo conteu C1
dere to a charge.of Involuntary mail '
slaughter In the death of Ed Wlggs. j]'
' The State accepted the plea, but
Judge Walter Done deferred sen ten v
Ling the defendant. M
Witnesses said Wlggs died oC a v
iiuuuiiu nuii iaii mm unci nu
ass hVt by Ksscdl while both were j A
lodged In the city jail on drunken
charges. It was testified Wlggs n]
struck his head on the floor as ho j>
fell from EzzcU's blow. j (j
Raleigh, Jan. 24.?J. Dewey Dor- ( c
sett. It was reported here today,!
a 111 likely resign his post as chair- ir
loan of the State Industrial Onm.
mission wKhia a few days to ic- ?<
cept a job with an insurance cor-1 hi
juration la New York. Dorsett was b!
out of the city today and could not j
bo reached for comment, and Gov',.
Hoey declta/ed to comment on the *
Southern Pines, Jan. 24.?A freight >'
train ran over and killed1. Mrs. Mar- "
gwret M. Wensei 85 of Matitawan, N. n
J., yesterday att street intersect ion. fl
A pedestrian yelled at Mrs. Wen- K
zel, but she apparently did not see t(
or hear the slow-moving ttratin and "
stepped directly In front of it, wit- h
>. . fi
Hendersonvflle, Jan. 24.?One of,
the most historic (homes in the Flat I
Rock section, belonging to Langdon! *.
Cheveet, prominent Charleston, S. ^
C.. attorney was destroyed by fire
The residenoe, which caught from n
a brush, fire that burned over sever- c
j at acres In the vicinity, was built
about 1836 by Charles Baring, Britlth
banker, and one of the founders 1
of the Summer colony. k
Raleigh, Jan. 24.?A survey based j
on building permits issued in tthe y
state's 21 largest citlea bowed to- n
day that construction activity last c
[Humn was approximately t?nree. tlm- \
es as great as It was In December, e
1937. Hie survey was made by tthe w
State Department of Labor. There p
was 12,727,306 worth, of buB&ng \
under way in the 21 dttes last moo- 0
th compared with $983,161 in the tl
same cities in Dec., 1937. ' tl
Chapel Hill, Jan. 24.?Jim Wood U
son a guard, and George 8 tiro.we las,
a quarterback, will be co-cap tains of '
the University of Ntorth Cartollna'*
1939 football teem.
iuf the World *
n s. cobb a
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ited Rebuke .>; c
me some addenslon, uf you blease." ^
th impatient knuckles on the table Ra
arrying to his side. tf
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rani m ur&na street on Mew York's A
on hour. The speaker was a heavily 43
i his entrance. All about him con- tc
less man in a rush.
right avay bring me a knife and a
l.o ^ 2m. ?... Und make J
iroduced the articles called for, then cc
To his surprise the patron waved 0r
ided eyes drew from one cost-pocket of
le other a pickled herring and prong
alter spun on his heel and dashed
d, pointing toward the bewhiskered .
re ever I seen in my life?say, you
He come in here a minute ago and
tools and then be gee, he hauled out
Ain't yon goin' to give him a call- tj,
oner. He ranged up alongside the ?
le sarcasm, "wot Und of a' place do St
is repast: fu
rou ask me, I got to tell you?der Gi
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KINQ8 MOUNTAIN, N. C.
Lings Mountain Boasts
Tnusual Old Man
Many tiwos can boast of havlii;
Id mom or women in tiuMr m!d#i.
iV just a? our town tikes the lead
t all other things, she she boasts
more unusual old man. If not quite
> old as some of the others. He Is
11 old Negro, aiVJ 'he came int tho
erald office yesterday on a little
islt. Among the many Interest hut
rcum-stance)! surroiiud'ng him are
to /act t'h;?tt he used to l>e a stars,
80 yeo.rj c'd em I h a twenty four
llldren by two wives.
T.Ms name Is Bob Allison, and ho
v i over on Chestnut Ridge. Ah
o" any protty morning that he la
icllng good. Uncle Boh con be seen
t the- street. In the Interview with
le Herald man he disclosed that
p.wifll be 89 years old "couto March
th", and has been around " Kings
Icuntatn for fifty years. He also
ild that he liked Kings Mountain
Uson. the old colored man h a
rmed ail hi* life, and still s'avit
ti a farm wi-tth his firully. Uncle
oh said that of hia 24 children
tere were four seta of twlna "hand
unning". Six of the children were
> hia first w'.fe and y8 by his sec
RtUl able to get trt'Hmt. the aged
ian told your reporter that he goes
i church when able, and comes to
icn almost, ?verv d?v However, he
ad no formulas for ivitis to a rlpo
*o Organize Flying School
Reavis Nelson. Transport Pilot o!
h?irlotte. was in Kings Mountain
fptjerdriy afternoon dfecusslng the
rganlza&ion of a flying school foi
Esidonts who would like to learn to
y. Pilot Nelson will be In Kings
fountain eraich Tuesday and Friday
y instruct students. Those inheresMi
in the organization of the school
ope to start with about ten stuents.
Instructions will be given
rom Jimmy Hord Airport on the
herryvilla road. '1
Anyone interested in taking the
curse may get in touch with Pilot
eleon or Harold Hunnksutt, one ol
Kngs Mountain's afvlaflan entiaUsifts.
Mr. Hnnmtcutt baa alt >-^ly
tade his solo flight, and hopes to
omplete his training ethortly.
foung Lady At Kings
fountain Drug Co.
Miss l?iriso ltrackett. of Kings
iountain, has accepted a (bosSTton
nth the Kings Mouuntaln Drug Co.
ccordirvg to an announcement from
o-owners Don Blanto and Johnnie
Dro/<boi f tufll Kn oivnn
xtenslon training In cosmetics and
ill be fib charge of the cosmetic Deartment.
The owners of the Kings
lountlatn Drug Co. said the a/Mlt km
f Miss Bracket* 8s in keeping with
heir policy ito keep abreast of the
mee aa leading drug stores throubout
the oountry ere adding lakMea
> their personnel.
Miss Bracket* extends a cordial
ivltation to her friends to visit
er at her new connection.
Jnique Contest At
fen's Club Tonight
A very unique contest wtth a $5.00
ash prize to be awarded! to the
Inner w.Ul be staged by the proram
comSmlttee this evening at the
ren'a Club Supper at the Woman's
lub buMdtng beginning at 6:30. The
fognatn conunlltee would not per
>lt the publishing tn advance of the
ature of the contest so that It
ould be be ai complete surprise to
II members. All members are (Snvtd
to be present
'wo Homes Being Moved ,
Two homes belonging to Mrs. 3.
. Hord, and situated on Piedmont
venue near the alte for the now
'0,000 post oflioe, are being moved
matte room cot roe undoing.
The new poet office, "which wHl
and on the corner of Piedmont'
venue and .Mountain treel, will
tot 32 1-2 feet of the Hond prop-,
ty, thus nooeeeWatlnK die removal
the homea faultier down the
WP? - I "J;
0 Attend Meet
1 G Estonia A
The pa*tor and quite a number of
e pi ember* of Central Metbod^t
lunch wfH attend* an all-day meetIt
of the Oatont'cUtrtot In Mkln
ret Methodtat Church tomorro*.
hoary 27th. Thla mealing will )ie
11 of Interet to the MethodUU Of
laton, Linoolnton and Cleveland
unties and a number of prominent
ealters will be heardl:
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THURSDAY, JAN. 20, 1930
W. A. Morris &
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W. A, Morris, 68, prominent prop- .
ert> c*ner, died Monday ntglrt at
Hit (.clock utter two weeks' tlluess.
Funeral servlcea were held at the j.j
First Baptist church here Wednes- ^
at 11 a. in., oon.uia.ted by the \
,-isior. Hev. A. J. Saigeant. assisted *
i\ K. u, C\ Oar cr. Interment was
Sr. Patterson drove cemetery.
Active pail beaters were Qrahain '
Ahlsilunt. Sidney Hicks, J. M. Hicks ^
Jr.. I.loyd Frudy. Uoiunl Hainr.ck ^
' and James Qyers.
Honorary pallbearers Included 1.
It Davis. W. F. u>k to. J. C. Gault, ?'
| W 11. Mdkuilel. J. U liarreU, An|
drew WiUon. W C. Ledford. C. C. lh
Wilson. Marvin Goforth, F. C. Bar- k.<
ntt? U. Smith, D. F. Hord. 8 A j,,
Msiuney. J. B. Ithodes, John (1 , A
Wtfght, all of Kings Mountain, aui|w
.1 H. C'llne of Shelby. !,i,
'I"." He WP TTT!P? piu miii. 'itiii in ii |f
wife was the former Miss Georgia
Hord. To this union was born eight I"
h'Jdren, Mrs. D. C. Hord of Kings
Moontain. Mrs. J M Hicks of York. <>
s c . Mrs. J. O. Hendricks of Shelby <t
wrs. m r. ttusning or iseimont, Mr#. >?
!?oy Ix'dford of Richmond. Va.. Wei- *
Spit, Orvllle and Albert Morris, all f<
1 of Kings Mount an. Mi# second marr.uge
was to Mia# Violet Barrett, "V
1 wlio survives witb a daughter. Wll- w
lie. Also surviving are 17 grandchild M
r?n and Eve great grandchlldre. He
>?# a romber of the First Baptist 2;
Mrs. Ligon Dies M
In New York ?
i Word has been received here of ,
the illness and death hi New York p
City of Mrs. Madeline Ligon, former
i resident of Kings Mountain. gl
She died late Friday tn a Brooklyn
i hospital where she had been for the
i past three months, and cremation V(
was held on Saturday. Ashes were j,
| brought to Clarksvllle. Va., tor la1
terment In the grave of her husband 3
; the ate H. A. Ligon who died several 4
years ego. She was a member of
the Preetoyitertaii church. In Kings
Mountain' she was for a time sec re- j
1 tary to Attorney E. A. Harrill. 5
Sunvtvqns include two daughters,
Mary Frances and Susie Ligon who K
w 111 live with Mm Haley Ligon of o
Buffalo Junction, Va.; three sisters,
Mrs. Ralph Crum of Nerw York Clt\ p
Mrs. J. M. Sprouse of Anderson. S.
I C? and Mrs Ben Beam of Kings p
Mountain; a brother, B H. Haonmell
, LITTLE THEATRE MEETS
Members of the Little Theatre are
, reminded to be present this evening p
at 7:30 at -the Chib House for re- j,
h carnal. Members of the cast are
asked to know their respective
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WU1 Rogers' N
Humorous Story (
By WILL ROGERS
TN CHICAGO they got a lot of
now Improvements to take the H
place of cops. Seems like they can't p
afford to have a cop in every home ei
and store, not all tno time anyhow, (<
and a man can't spend all his time '
standing around with a gun in his
hand instead of waiting on the ?
There was an awful polite fellow g>
from Alabama went to Chicago and a
Ml S H
started a Jewelry store, and rare i>
enough, the third day in come A d
guy with a gun and a helper and tl
started cleaning out the place. The
Alabaman backed up against the
wall with his hands up, and the
bandit savs, "Now, you stay there 8
and mina your business, and If 1 y
see you tryin' to reach for a push
button or a lever to call the cops,
111 lay you down, see?" '
"Yes suh," says the Alabaman, r
and the bandits went aheed taking ci
stuff out of the showcase. G
"You shouldn't take that there o
tray out," says the AlabaM^nf ?
yotfll nahdon my saying ss suh," "
whan the robbers lifts* big trayi, *
of diamonds out at the cans. w
"You keep out of this," says theiS v
sue with the gat. ? "V It
"Yea suh," says ths Alabaman. , c
And after a few mhratSa ha stmE
I only wishetWo say, soh^haf if- h
annoys the com very mm suh, .
when you lift Wat tray onUdcause N
ft rhur* a bfr bell at poHc* headquarters,
and frrltetta the'men. f '
think f aaa quite a lot of them eonv : h<
iAVEL PfCTURES ~
nuW.\ AT SCOUT i
The regultv n^jiuhl) mucking of
c I > i^vuv Com. ot Honor wus
Id lust ihur*du> Uc.il. In., the High
rhcol Auditorium. !
Stools Herbert Ihiniphrey and
oyd CJuecu completed uheir work
r . do iu&gib Scout? lucik and were '
commended by iiio court for the
vu.u. ik)\h of Uiide Scouts com* 1
till 'iV.jp No. 2 of which lainey '
Detunur la. Scouunaaiif. 'litla1 1
cm ji in.ci tiuco Scouts to qualify at- '
io December Court. Badge* foi
eae award.' w'.U be made at the an
:a.l Boy Scout Week banquet to be ! '
rid at the High School Cafeteria on
irhruary 9th. 1
Another feature of the court was '
le showing by Enecuttve K. .. M. '
chlele of thia teolaticolor mot '.<>* ol
a trip made last fall to Central
merk-a. A large number of vial tor*
ere preeetu at the court to aee
The Boy Scout Court opened with
rayer leu by Kev: Connor, of NV'oayan
Methodist chuHh. followed by
le repeating of tlie Scout Oath. Afi
a few announcements pertaining
> National Hoy Scout Week the!
ork of the Court went forward as
Uow.H: . i'
Tenderfoot Rank.' Hoyle bee
, hite?Ides, 2: Coy Connor. -4; Dar-i
in Keller. 5; L. Benson Wilson. 7; -j
'ax I). Rollins, 1. Orover.
Second Class Rank: Grady Green. 1
: Chas. Wilson, 6; Douglas Mullen*
>r, 6. .
First Class Rank: Dilly Hullender
: Win. Mcdlln, 2.
Merit Badges ? Animal Industry:
[lies Mauney,); Ernest Mauney 2.
Bird Study: Ben Goforth, 3; Herert
Bookbinding: David L. Mauney, 2;
loyd Queen. 2.
Camping: Floyd; Queen. 2; Herbert
Carpentry: Floyd Queen, 2; Enene
Chemistry: James Nickels. 1.
Flremanship: AVm. R. Klser, 1, Gro
er; J. T- McGinn Is.. 5; Ohaa. Moss,
r.. 1; Billy Ruddock 1.
First Aid Jo Animal*: Jack Scott,
; Arnold Falls. 2; Buddy Walker.
; Doris Bennett, 2.
Gardening: BllHe Gantt, 4.
Handicraft: Billy Throneburg, 4;
immy Ervrln, 4; Vernon Thompson
Hog and Pork Production: Veron
Thompson 5; Wm. McGhinis 1,
beeitherenaft: Blllle Gantt, 4;
loyd Queen, 2. Leather
Work: Blllle Gantt, 4;
avid McDanlel, 4. .
Civics: Herbert PumpJtrey. 2
Pathfindlng: Coolldge FTnley, 3;
ddie Smith 1.
Personal Health: Coyt Payseur 5:
ernon Thompson. B.
Reading: Floyd Queen, 2,
Safety: J. T, McGlnnJs 5; Titos,
iarne-tt, 4; Jaarnes Alexander, 5;
ack scott, 3. "
Scholarship: Billie Gontt, 4.
Star Scout Rank: Chaa. Moss. Jr.
; J. T. McCinntfl 6.
Eagle Scout Rank: Herbert PumUrey
2; Floyd Queen. 2.
Gold Eagle Scout Palm: James
Cigarette Hidden Tax
Nearly One-Half Cost
NEW YORK. Jan. 23.-~(IPS). ?
idden taxes on a reck age of aigrettes
equal almost 7 oonta?ac>rdtag
to data on eigaiYrtfe producon
and taxes prepared by William
. Hollingsworth. President of the
etatl Tobacco EMilers of AfrrerW*.
Mr. Hollhigs.worth set <tihe 1938 !l<Mnrette
output at 163 bflMons, equfv
lent to 8.150.000,000 packages ' of
venty etarh. He estimated Internal
evenue collections to be approxluaitely
490 million dollars and muni
Ipal cigarette taxes 56 millions.
This total of 545 million dollars of
ixes is equivalent .to 6.7 cental per
ackage. With the average price of
IgareUea about 15 cents, tills means
tat almost 'half of the price of darotteg.
goes foot taxes.
PECIAL PROGRAM AT
There w*!Jl be ? special progrsSn''
Iven mX the Wcdtfrsn MolhOcHst
lurch flatunday ndgbt, by*kl?iwn'i '
lee Club of cebtrtU Junior TMtogs,
entral, ?. C., art. 7:90 o'elocb. We
rge tin public to attend this meetSt
and enjoy (the tee singing that
e know will be given. The Club
<11 be ceudHteM and served wKh i
inch, by the Ytoung People's Bible
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ONOR8 TO BE PUBLISHED
t*T WEEK *
The Kkata Mountain City Schools t
onor rolls for the first semester
ail for the third six weeks will be
ubftshed In necxt week's Issue of
is Herald. . ' "
FIVE CENTS PER COPY
M r;:. Mary KU/ttbrUi Kiser. unn
<3, piisscd, away at her' home on
tv'eetf. Mouu i in street Friday after;x.n,
following a critical illii?nM ??f
"lily a Tew days.
Funeral pcrcu-oa were- ht Id SunJay
afternoon lit St. Luke's Lutheran
L'hurch. of which she was the last
nf the charter members and of
fiiiich ,her > -e hush,aid was one of
the found rs and loyal 8upi*>ru.-rs.
The pastor. Rev. 1- Boyd lluium, t
was In charge of the services
wus assisted by a former poster
nnd c'ase friend of the family. l?r.
Charles IV>-11. member of the faculty
of Che Lutheran Theological Seminary
at Coluiuhki. 8. C.
For an hour before the" service,
the body lay in state at the church
aid wus viewed by a large number
neffdiborhrod and elsewhere. Music
was furnished by member* of the
choirs of St. Luke's. St. Mat'hews.
KIngs Mountain, \utid St. John's Lu
thernn Chunih of t'herryvlUe
Pallbearers were J: C. Lackey. Lafayette
IJUckey. P. S. Plonk. Rufus
Pic nk. W. A. Klldlenhour and I). C.
Those In charge of the flowers in
eluded old friends and neighbors of
the deceased and ftumlly.
Mrs. Klser was the widow of the
late John P. Klser. one of the lamest
laud-owners in this section. She
was Intensely Interested In the orphnlwitiOn
and erection of St. .Luke's
church which Wiled a long-felt need
of a church of the Lutheran denoml
nation m that community. To this
church she brought he.r children for
confirmation. She wae a faithful
helpmeet, constant in her ministry
of service, counting no sacrifice too
meat when the .Interests of her fain
U> were at sticks. She looked for
and found the be?t in "her family,
frieoos and neighbors. Using tha
words of iher paator. "she left' the
priceless legacy, to her children, a
memory of la life lived In Christ
Jesus." She was the mother of a
fine family of children w(ho "rise up
and call her blessed.'
Four children survive. Miss Iiucy
Ktser. of the East 8cbool faculty,
who lived with her mother bt Kings
Mountain; Jacob Ktser of Hickory.
Rev. W. A. K'?er of Chicago, HI.,
pnd A. S. Klser of Kings Mountain.
Four children preceded her to the
grave. Three of these. L. A. Ktser,
Mrs. Floyd Mattney anid Mrs. Arthur
Cantt. were for nttmty years promlr.ent
citizens of Kings Mountain.
Lions To Sponsor
Local basketball fans .will soon
have the opportunity of seeing the
Kings Mountain town cagers In action
In the High School gymnasium
It was decided Monday at a meeting
of the Board of Directors of tha
I Jems Club tltart the team would be
sponsored by that organization, to
play at home every other week on
The fnot that Kings Mountain ham
a town basketball team 4a a surprise
to many, because of the fact that
heretofore they .have played only in
Cast on la, being mecofbers of She
Gaston County "Conference. The
team on top is tat present, with only
one loss chalked urp against then.
The first home geime will be played
next Thursday night, when they
tangle with Cllffslde In a non-confer
hnce tilt. Other teams *tat the league
are Ranlo, Firestone, Groves Thread
CrameTton and Threads. Inc.
(Opinions Expressed In This Coiuptn
Ara Not Necessarily ths Views of
t - ~i
Officers of the Army General staff
and Ntaval General Board, who map
oM the strategic polices of mrr na ^
t tonal defense, were not a little surprised
recently With urging 10,000
airplanes to be buGt Immediately un
der the national defenso-apendlng
?uc*h a program, bectxuee of <Jvo fao
lot of quick obeolenoonoe In aSrplehes.
would quickly -wreck Iteelf
according to the beet expAr^p. Quiet
queries puwon'g the luuvbl cfid mill(cry
men tfcemdtirus d+sc choc! tf>?t
none of thenjAmtf* advocated nudb a
program. A Such, lowei* figure for
sich e building gatognam had bean
ret by them M the number of pianee
(hat the Untted States could build 1
Under a practical Urogram.
Mixing some two-phw two equals "
four specufhttoa with their own ta
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