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kinds.
Farmers Home
Office Reopens
Truman And Dewey Race Would Be
Interesting, As Harry Is Just As ff
Folksy, As Tom Dewey Is Reserved
By ALEXANDER
R. GEORGE
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AP Newsfeatures Writer
And Come Out Fighting'
.
President
WASHINGTON
nominee Dewey has replaced the
Congress as
the chief opponent of the Truman
Republican-dominate-
d
administration.
Governor Dewey
If
is elected, he will be the third
youngest president in American
Harry S
history.
If
Truman is elected, he will be the
fourth oldest man to win a presidential race.
Besides the disparity in age.
the two contenders differ widely
in' personality and political background. There is also a marked
contrast in their style of political
"The
Beware of the Black Widow about
widow spiders are most
prevalent at this season of the year,
according to Frank B. Meacham,
curator of the State Museum, who
offered some practical suggestions
far lessening the hazard they represent.
"The bite of the black widow
causes extreme pain and illness,"
Meacham said, "but is rare.y laiai.
However, it is wise to call in a
Dhvsician at once, as prompt medi
cal attention eases the suffering
and hastens recovery."
Some first aid suggestions offered
bv Meacham are: (1) Keep the pa
tient quiet and do not allow him
to use anv alcoholic stimulants; (2)
cut through the punctures of the
Black
In Courthouse
The Farmers Home Administration has reopened its offices in the
county courthouse after a year's
absence.
The Administration
was
moved to Asheville a year ago be
cause of lack of funds.
county supervis
.1 C McDarris.
or, will again have charge of the
farm aid office. Miss Frances Rose
ffl
will remain, as his secretary.
Th office will be open for con
-sultation and help to Haywood
exCounty farmers each week-dacept Wednesday. Mr. McDarris announced.
office
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Methodist Youth
Will Hold Picnic
speech-makin-
President Truman is folksy,
enjoys small chat, likrs to
banter with visitors to
the executive mansion. He often
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CAROLINA NEWS
down-to-eart-
The Haywood Methodist Youth
Fellowship will hold its annual
picnic and supper Monday evening
at the Canton recreation center
near the high school athletic field.
A recreation program will begin
at 3 o'clock in the afternoon.
A picnic lunch will be served at
Presbyterian
Auxiliary To
Meet Tuesday
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spider itself is
inch long, with an
abdomen nearly three-eighof an
inch in diameter. The abdomen is
round,- and looks somewhat like a
shiny black marble, and on the under side there is a bright red mark-ing- ,
usually in the Bhnpe of an
hour glass.
"The male is only about half h,
large as the female, and is nut
harmful, as it rarely bites, and the
amount of poison it can inject is
extremely small. There is a wide
variation in color among the males
design is usually apThe hour-glas- s
parent, and frequently coiorea
markings also appear on the back
It is pointed out that there is no
reason for panic or alarm when a
few black widows are found near
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bite with a sharp clean blade, to
cause free bleeding and thus wash
out some of the venom; (3) apply
a disinfectant to the wound; (4)
give the patient hot baths to reduce
the pain, and (5) apply net cloths,
soaked in 50 percent common
salts solution, directly to the
wound. First aid treatment is not
standardized, and the physician
may suggest other measures, pending his arrival.
Black widow spiders are seldom
found in inhabited houses. They
prefer a location that is dry and
protected from bright light,. such as
toilets, hollow logs, trash
piles, fence corners, old Jumber
piles, and out buildings of all
lf
Shop
plays Jokes on members of his
Truman and Dewey shake hands. This is what
SPORTSMANSHIP:
staff and White House reporters
Dewey is naturally formal mid
6:30 p. m.
happened in New York on last St. Patrick's Day.
reserved although he has develMany young people from varioped a more tordial peisonality
ous churches in the county are excampaign
1944
since the
pected for the event, which will
CHOICE BRIEFS OF
Tom." even
call him
take the place of the regular July
They
members of Ins loyal staiT
s
meeting.
address him as Governor
President Truman's most Appealing political speeches are usuFrom The Wires of Associated Press and Unltef Prea
ally "off the cuff". When he makes
a short impromptu talk, he uses
words which voters
from John Robinson of the Cataweasily understand. He isn't so ef- NEW It! I I S FOR
ba District Fair Association to opfective when reading a prepared CAR INSPECTION
erate a carnival in conenction with
address.
The Woman's Auxiliary of the
The M.iW vehicles department the district fair at Hickory
next
First Presbyterian Church will
has announced new rules for car October.
Gov. Dewey has one of thn best
meet in the Assembly Room of the
inspection
The new regulations
radio voices in politics. His polchurch on Tuesday afternoon
set live dead lines for the remainished speeches are very careful13, at 3:30 o'clock.
37 STATES REPRESENTED
July
various
1!I4H.
which
dining
of
imder
give
the
ly composed, often
All members are asked to atmodels nl vehicles must he in- AT N. C. UNIVERSITY
pression of having been thortend.
I
to and including
oughly
rehearsed. Both men spected
Although 3,608 of the 4,493 stumodels
1S3G inoileN and 1947-4could provide a musical touch
by August 31; dents enrolled in the current term
President must be
to the campaign
Truman at the piano and Gov. i2 1937. 194ti models must be in- of the University of North Caro3
lina's summer session are from
Dewey singing with a resonant spected by September 30;
1938. 1939. 1943. 1944. 1945 models this state, 37 other states and the
baritone.
Dewey, in his sixth year as gov- must be iheikcd bv October 30; District of Columbia are representernor of New York, has had long- t4 1941), 94 models must be ed in the total registration.
Next to North Carolina, South
er experience as a political ad cheeked In November 30; 5 1941
by PATRICIA CLARY
President Truman, and 1949 models muit be checked Carolina has the largest number
ministrator.
166,
Virginia
with
31.
here
then
by
and
December
on the other hand, has been in
Here s the lat.
HOLLYWOOD
with 156, Florida with 104 and
"the big seat'' for more than
Georgia with 102. Nineteen for- est gift gimmick, gals: Laraine Day
He HI NTING HI I I S TO
years.
three trouble-packeeign students are enrolled from 13 sent Leo Durocher. two tiny gold
was a United States senator for BE MADE THIS M EEK
watches on cuff links. One watch
different countries.
10 years, won favorable attention
for each wrist. "The Lip" set one
state wildlife resources
The
as chairman of a Senate war proon Brooklyn time, for himself, and
duction investigating committee. commission in Raleigh will meet HARD WIND HITS
the other on Pacific time, to reHe was vice president for less todav to establish hunting regula
mind him what hour it was for La
The commission CENTRAL PART OF STATE
than three months when Presi- tions for 194H-4raine out in Hollywood. A timely
uniformity
at
will
statewide
iiim
Roosevelt
died.
dent
A severe wind which followed a link for
lovers.
of
and
local
exceptions
elimination
Dewey is a lawyer who gained
rain storm here yesterday blew
Laraine bought the watches from
nation - wide prominence as a to th' rules.
the roofs off two stores and uproot- a toothless, weather-beate- n
soldier
g
district attorney
ed several trees. No one was in of fortune named William Kahn.
in New York Citv. He will have M'FAYEKYILLE LAVNDRY
jured. The roofs landed on pow-e- r Bill, 66, plays extra parts in the
technical advantage ACCIDENT IU.RTS TWO
the
lines across the street from the movies. But he makes more money
of being on the offensive. He will
stores and knocked out the town's peddling stuff to the stars . perTwo
were
injured
in
the
pero!ij
reaccuse the President of bems!
power for several hours.
fume to George Raft, silk scarfs to
sponsible for troubles that have Weavervtlle Steam Laundry when
a copper basket
Dorothy Lamour, imported Swiss
inside a centrifarisen during his administration
ugal wringer broke in two pieces STATE LEADS NATION
handkerchiefs to Louis Hayward,
Much of the Truman countn-attacof cast iron IN NUMBER
Paul
Kirk Douglas, Bob Hope,
probably will and exploded
however,
OF SAWMILLS
across the plant floor.
"I sell
Muni, and many others.
be aimed at the Republican-controlle- d
John Parker of Weaverville was
The U. S. Bureau of the Census lotsa hankachas," Bill says. MeanCongress. He already has
lambasted Congress for Julius in Vorburn hmpital in Asheville, has reported that North Carolina ing handkerchiefs.
He acts as agent for the stars in
where hi - condition was described leads all other states in the nation
to give him power to help coMr;. Dillingham of
as fair
these
deals. Having almost immediacin
of
the
sawmills
number
in
high
living.
cost
the
of
ntrol
uffried minor injuries. tive operation, it is announced by ate access to studios, he'll take a
Gov. Dewey has said that the
watch, say,
on
R. W. Graeber, forestry specialist diamond-studde- d
Democratic administration's huge
of the State College
Extension consignment from a Jeweler, pedexpenditures over a long period Rl'TLEDGE TO SPEAK
dle it to a star, and collect a little
Service, said today.
wer the cause of inflation.
His TODAY AT CTLLOWHEE
commission.
It was not always
attacks on PresiArchibald Rutledge, South Carquite that easy.
dent Truman's foreign policy olina port and naturalist, will be PROGRESSIVES ENTER
Bill played his first movie bit
were largely charges of "muddle-headed- '' the pecia! guet at
the Western NOVEMBER ELECTIONS
as Mae West's cab driver 11 years
handling of relations with Ce.rn!m, l.neh.-to
be
Institute
ago. When extra parts were scarce,
Russia.
held ,i'
The State Board of Elections he bought "hankachas" at $6 a
Carolina TeachLike President Truman, how- ers College on Friday and Satur- agreed today to permit
the Pro- dozen and peddled them on the
ever, he favored the full amount day,
gressive Party to enter names of Warner lot at $8 a dozen. To get
of Marshall Plan appropriations
The purpose of the institute is its candidates for state and con- on the lot, he waited till the extras
He took a position similar to the
to strengthen the progress of Eng-l- i gressional offices in the November swarmed out of the studio at noon,
President when he said this counIt still de- smeared makeup on his face, and
ding in the public schools general elections.
try should not start private negoclined to make further changes in walked back in with them after
of the stale.
tiations 'with Russia! leaving
its third party regulations which lunch. He sold 4,000 dozen hand
any of the other free nations outcharges 10 cents per name for the kerchiefs just before Christmas
THIRTH N OF STATE'S
side
10,000-nam- e
petition required be- that year to directors, writers, actI OK TRUMAN
DII.I.G All
Both men have urged a strong
a new party can register. Hu- ors. Now he'll call up Producer
fore
military force, speeding up of
Thirteen of Hie North Carolina bert Olive of Lexington, chairman George Jessel at 20th Century-Fox- ,
the nation's river and power
convention delegation's 40 votes of the board,
suggested
the lor instance, and go out and sell
projects, and parity price prowill ho in 1'iesident Truman, the changes.
him several folding aluminum
tection for farmers
Raleigh News and Observer has
tables. He sold a
ring,
The general theme song of
epoi t of
set with rubies, to William Howard
the campaign probably will hr
Ano'tiM' II di leiiales said they POLICEMAN ACCUSED
for Howard's wife, Dorothy Lathe customary "I can do it bethid not m.ido un their minds yet. OF ASSAULT ON SON
mour. Haft selected Bill's Congo
ter."
men.
The others were
Minton Johnson, member of the and Andalusia
perfume.
Bill's
Red Springs police department, $27.50 perfume set includes coTWO GIRLS DIE AS
been
charged
on
has
with assault
logne and an atomizer, which Bill
BASEBALL FIX
FIRE DESTROYS HOUSE
his
son. The child's calls an "itemizer".
CASE CONTINUES
But
razor
No inquest will be held in the mother reported that young Albert blades, he says, are "beneath my
The case in which four men are
in a fire at required medical attenton after dignity".
charged with bribery and conspir- deaths of two girls Sunday,
beating him
Bill, seamy-face- d
and sparse-haireCor- his father finished
Chalybeate
Springs
acy in "fixing"' a Carolina league
with a leather belt. The boy's
worked aboard Merchant
('. B Mlrod said.
oner
game on May 14 continues in
back, shoulders and sides were a Marine and Army Transport vesThe victims. Joyce Rambeau, 21,
Winston-Salem- .
A motion for a
of welts and bruises, Sherig sels in the recent war, in which
Shirley Jean Rambeau, 12, mass
and
was
continuance
made by Joe
W. C. Britt reported.
he lost a son. He's getting restless
Sunday
died
Their
father,
Johnson, attorney for Ed
again. Says he has his passport and
a Raleigh hospital
45.
in
was
because of his client's ill
plans to go soon to Palestine to
EXPERT
PREDICTS
in
critical
condition.
health. The case will be resumed
help the cause of Israel.
WEEK
STORMS
Allrc-imposTHIS
was
said it
almost
in September.
sible to determine the cause of
Martin Grant ot Chester, S. C,
NOT A LASTING JOB
the blaze
has predicted a stormy period from
BAD EGGS EXPENSIVE
MEMPHIS. Tenn. (UP)
When
July 7 to 14 for the Carolinas. Mr.
COUNTY PUTS
SALEM. Ore. (UP)
Grant, if you'll remember was the Mrs. M. T. Weems returned to her
Judge CATAWBA
BAN ON CARNIVALS
George R. Duncan awarded $2,000
only weather forecaster who pre- automobile after a ball game she
found a sign on the windshield
to D. A. Heinz for 32 cases of rotLatawna county commissioners dicted snow last Christmas Day.
ten eggs. Heinz, a hatchery oper- today went on record opposing the
Now the widely-know- n
weather saying, "your car needs painting."
ator, sued an air transportation operation nf all carnivals in the prophet says we'll have plenty of Mrs. Weems looked at the name of
company which had failed to de- county, excluding riding devices rain next week. But as a whole, the firm advertising. It was the
liver 5,616 turkey eggs before they and refreshment stands.
says he, rainfall for July will be one that had painted her car less
than 3Q days before.
spoiled.
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