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PLANS TO TRAIN
MANPOWER MAPI
Byrnes Offers Legislation Tc
Provide For Instruction
Of CCC Youths
WASHINGTON, May 30. — (-B —
The administration took steps today
to develop, in the CCC and else
where, the trained manpower neces
sary to back up the expanded de
fense program.
With President Roosevelt's ap
proval. Senaor Byrnes (D-SC) pro
posed legislation to provide for the
training of civilian conservation corps
enrollees in non-combatant activities
essential to the army and navy in
war-time.
The South Carolinian proposed the
training of CCC workers in such ac
tivities as motor vehicle mainten
ance. road building, photography,
cooking and first aid.
Congressional sentiment for mili
tary training in the CCC has been
increasing steadily in recent weeks,
and it appeared certain that
Byrnes' plan would be approved.
Under the proposal, enrollees would
AD\ EKTISEMENT
not be required to go into the army
or navy or the reserves, but they
would be given preference if they
1 wished to enlist after their primary
, training.
James J. AIcEntee, director of
the CCC, commented that the aver
age of 300,000 young men enrolled
annually in the conservation corps
could easily be given intensified
training in such non-combatant ’
jobs as radio, truck, tractor and
steam shovel operation and repair;
road, dam and bridge construction;
aviation ground operations and sur
veying.
Air. Roosevelt announced at a
press conference, meantime, that
Sidney Hillman, labor member of
the newly-formed national defense
commission, would have charge of
base training for civilian pilots,
utilization of vocational training
through the national youth adminis
tration, and the turning out of non
I combatant workers.
The army ami navy will train j
cor'brtant personnel. aviation
ground crews, mechanics and cooks. |
John W. Snide!laker, commission. ;
er of education .estimated that <50
trade schools and 150 engineering
schools stood ready to train 1.500,
000 non-combatant workers a year,
if required.
From Senator Pepper (D-Fla)
came a proposal for an "industrial
CCC."
He said that the national youth
administration was training 111.000
young men for jobs in industry but
that the number should be vastly
multiplied. There were five appli
cations for such training to every
ane that was accepted, he added.
Capable of a four-foot yawn is
the hippopotamus.
GUGGENHEIM ASKS
F. D. R. TO RESIGN
Calls For Resignation In Let
ter To Congressman
Bruce Barton
NEW YORK. May 30—(iR—Wil
liam Guggenheim, 71-year-old re
tired industrialist, called today for
the resignation of President Roose
velt.
In a letter to Rep. Bruce Barton
(R-NY he declared:
“That we will get a different
leadership in the fall, following the
election's, 'here can be no doubt,
but why waste six months in a
situation which, though not des
perate. is gravely unfortunate?
Our administration is not respect
ed either at home or abroad.
“The conflagration abroad is the
result of the stupid leadership that
guided England and France for
the past years. The only way to
avoid its reaching our shores is
to have the nation's leaders res
pected. An immediate transition
can only be accomplished by Presi
dent Roosevelts resignation that
I ask for as American citizen.
I hope that President Roosevelt
will be as patriotically impressed
by the necessities of the hour as
I am".
Guggenheim, a member of the
wealthy mining family, is a publi
cist and author. About a year ago
he directed cablegrams to Adolf
Hitler and Benito Mussolini urging
each to "address yourself to our
Congress and make a plea for
peace." 3
Eight Thirty Captures
Suburban Handicap Race
NEW YORK. May 30——Eight
rhirty turned an about face in his
5lan of campaign today and it
vorked.
Before what was believed an all
ime record New York crowd of
[1.859 fans. George D. Widener’s
)ig colt, beaten in the Metropoli
tan mile a week ago because he
tried to make the pace, took his
time until the final furlong and
won the historic Suburban handi
cap by a length at Belmont Park.
He let Myfon Selznick’s Can't
Wait and Donald P. Ross’ Masked
General set the fastest six-furlong
pace Belmont has ever seen, and
then came around both of them to
win. Can’t Wait chased him home,
and was three lengths in front of
Mrs. Payne Whitney’s favored
Third Degree, who headed Masked
General for th show spot. Third
Degree won the Metropolitan last
Saturday. 1
Field, Track Olympic
Trials Are Cancelled
CHICAGO, May 30—(.?)—The
American Olympic committee's
plans for giving Uncle Sam’s
track and field stars a consolation
meet in lieu of the international
games abandoned by Finland
were cancelled today.
The meet ha dbeen scheduled for
Los Angeles July 12-13 as "final
Olympic trials" to give American
youngsters who had aimed at
>. ~ ' ~—‘ '
a chance to display their prowess,
places on the 1940 American team
William Garland, California mem
ber of the American Olympic com
mittee. said cancellation was due
to unsettled international condi
tions. 1
SOFT JOBS
WASHINGTON, May 30. —<.T)_
French mechanics assigned to keep
American-built warplanes in order
on Europe’s battle-fronts have soft
jobs, according to Dr. George Jaek
son Mead, engine ti-K . , . |
eminent adviser on E '
said the mechanic*
tlieir time playing c * ,
there is no need h r
planes.
WAKE UP YOUR
LIVER BILE
Without Calomel—And You’ll Jump Out ol
Bed in the Morning Ruin’ to Go
The liver should pour out two pints of
liquid bile into your bowels daily. If this
bile is not flowing freely, your food may
not digest. It may just decay in the bowels.
Gas bloats up your stomach. You get consti
pated. You feel sour, sunk and the world
looks punk.
It takes those good, old Carter’s Little
Liver Pills to get these two pints of bile
flawing freely to make you feel “up and
up.” Amazing in making bile flow freely.
Ask for Carter’s Little Liver Pills by name.
IQf and 25tf. Stubbornly refuse anything else.
CUTS OF MILK FED FRYERS
Breasts, lb 55c Wings, lb 29c
Legs, lb —45c Giblets, lb 50c
Necks and Backs, lb _19c
Fully Dressed
HEMS, lb . 28c [
Onslow County
HAMS, lb_25c
Onslow County ;
Sides & Shoulders, lb W/zc
Swift's Branded Steer
GROUND BEEF, lb ... AV/zc \
Swift's Branded Steer
BBISKET STEW, lb ____1QC
Swift’s Branded Steer
RUMP ROAST, lb .....23c I
PORK CHOPS, lb ___AV/zc |
Swift Premium Sliced
Luncheon Meat, lb__21c !
Swift Premium Sliced
BOILED HAM, lb_35c j
Fancy Slicing
TOMATOES, 2 lbs_15c ;
Small Cucumbers, 2 lbs 15c
Native Yellow or White
SQUASH, 3 lbs_13c |
Native
GARDEN PEAS, 2 lbs ,„15c I
Kentucky Wonder
POLE BEANS, 2 lbs_23c
Fresh Lima
BEANS, 2 lbs_25c
Fresh Small
Butter Beans, 2 lbs_25c
fresh Corn, 6 ears25c
Native Snao
BEANS, ft_5C
LETTUCE. 2 heads ZZl5c
Native Green
CABBAGE, 5 lbs_9c
Fancy Lemons, doz_17c
White Silk
FLOUR, 12 lbs_53c
SUGAR, 10 lbs_49c
Swift’s Silverleaf
Pure Lard, 4 ft ctn._31c
Quaker Grits, 2 pkgs_15c
Way Pack Sweet Mixed
SICKLES, qt_21c
Large Octagon Laundry
SOAP, 2 for_9c
Large Octagon Washing
POWDER. 2 pkgs_9c
COLD PLATE
LUNCHES_25c
JIMMIE’S
ORANGE SPOT
107 Princess St.
MOVING?
EFFICIENT
Is lhe Word tor Our
MOVING SERVICE
PRICES REASONABLE
Farrar
TRANSFER & STORAGE
WAREHOUSE
_CAM 883
WOMEN'S
HAND INSURANCE
49c
So More Thorns, Broken S'nils
or Dishes
For women wliod like to do
some of their own home work
and still have lovely hands, we
are offering our new "Non
klip ’ rubber work glove for only
49c. for just a few days. Phone
and we will send a pair for
your inspection.
Hall's Market St. Drug Store
1608 Market St. Phone 3403
Every day: Quirk Delivery
Low Prices
HAGOOD'S
GROCERY
»th & Nun St. Phone 3418-3419
WE DELIVER
Sugar, 10 lb cloth bag __48c
> 1,1 hag -25c
MILK
Carnation, 3 tall, 6 small _ _20c
Rose, 4 tall, 8 small _25c
ljivak-( )-.\lorn
COFFEE, 2 lbs_27c
MEAL, 5 lb bag_10c
Deimar
PLEO, lb_iQc
CLORQX, pint_10c
POST TOASTIES, 2 pkgs 13c
LEMON WAFERS, 2 for _9c !
3c pkgh. Salt, Macaroni,
Spaghetti.
MATCHES, 3 for_10c
PURE LARD, 2 lbsTTZlSc
Peanut
Buffer Crunch, lb jar ___23c
Srejsh
TOMATOES, lb_10c
GARDEN PEAS, lb 5C
Siring Beans, 3 lbs Zl20c
New Pofafoes, 10 lbs 22c
LEMONS, doz_19c
White House
TEA, Va lb box_15c I
Fresh Country 1
SAUSAGE, lb_15c ! !
poRKCHops,ib;:::20c
BUTTER, lb_~ZlV2c
BACON, lb_~20c !
Spiced Luncheon
MEAT, lb_22c !
Streak-O-Lean
PIG MEAT, lb_11c
" _ J
Auto Accessories — Parts
Tires — Radios
EAST TERMS
When lour Eyes are Tired i‘
Von're Tired All Over
Vou Lose All Vour Pep and ■/
Energy—See
Dr. W. A. Kamer !
\ Eyes Examined—Glasses Fitted
Bullnck Bld^., Wilmington. N. C. f
PREPARE NOW FOR
HOT WEATHER
Let us supply you with
SANITARY DRINKING CUPS
and
CORDLEY A HAYES WATER
COOLERS
Reasonably Priced
O.H. SHOEMAKER'S
6 and 8 N. Front St.
NEW 25c SERIES OPENS SATURDAY, JUNE I
SUBSCRIBE FOR SHARES
In About
You Pay Weekly: 6 1/3 Years You Get:
•25 — 5 100 00
•5" — 200 00
~ 500.00
2 j0 “ 1.000.00
5 '10 , . , — 2 000.00
Idea! tor the repayment of a mortgage loan. Unlimited funds
to lend on acceptable security. Invest or borrow through
Two
The / Million Dollar
Carolina Building & Loan Assn.
"Member Federal Home Loan Hank”
G M. BllTLEU W A I* 0 N VI if LI Ji \y D JO NFS
Sec.-Tress. Asst See. I teas.
ROHFK MIIOKR. Vice I’res. J <> ( ARK Alty.
Our Office Will He Closed All Day Today on Account of
MEMORIAL DAY
,h*Ke+uufl Aasuuaod
SANDWICH SPREAD
with every quart purchase of
tCesuufX /josiwood
SALAD DRESSING
"NO FINER SALAD DRESSING AT ANY PRICE"
At your independent neighborhood grocer
MOTHERS! GROWING CHILDREN NEED
CALCIUM
for Healthy Teeth and Bones
m ii
If you want your children to have strong, straight teeth and healthy, well
formed bones, see that they get plenty of CALCIUM. For calcium is the im
portant bone-building food mineral. Many doctors say that American diets
are more likely to be deficient in calcium than in any other food substance!
Lack of calcium causes tooth decay, bowlegs, knock-knees, narrow chests,
and other physical defects often carried through life!
Play safe! Bake with Ballard’s Obelisk Self-Rising Flour. It now has a
new, magic leavening ingredient, OBELITE, already mixed in. With Obelite,
Obelisk Self-Rising Flour now contains MORE CALCIUM THAN ANY
ORDINARY SELF-RISING FLOUR.
Obelisk with Obelite provides in six and one-half
ounces (anindividual’s daily consumption) 750 milli
grams of calcium—the average daily requirement! 1
So bake with Obelisk Self-Rising Flour containing
Obelite. Use it for all your regular recipes. {Just omit
baking powder and salt.) Sold on MONEY-BACK
GUARANTEE. Save the coupons in each package for
valuable FREE GIFTS!
Ballard and Ballard Co., Inc., Louisville, Ky.
I
LIGHTER AND FLUFFIER FLOUR
pbelisk Self-Rising Flour with Obelite is a lighter,
luiner flour that gives greater yield and more tender
lakings. For delicious biscuits, for smoother cakes and
lastries, for tastier cookies and waffles, bake with
Obelisk Self-Rising Flour containing Obelite.
Save coupons for valuable FREE GIFTS!
MORE BISCUITS PER PACKAGE!
With OBELISK SELF-RISING j
With Ordinary Flour FLOUR Containing
biscuits are smal lighter, and more
like this. And when evenly baked.' Be
soda is not well cause Oie/*/e retains
mixed-ugh-those ?■ I ,w^klng strength
sour brown spotsl _ 1 ^.t gets in your
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The PROOF Right
Before Your Ev^
Here, in black and white, is visible proof of the savin's »
Seeing is believing and you’ll see further convincing ,„■ " '"
economy in our mammoth displays of quality foods arr . ,"
quick, easy shopping. Come in today and start to save ’ "'
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FLOUR. 12 lbs.&
Rumford s Baking “
POWDER ^ a
Deimar
OLEO, 2 lbs.life
Brookfield
BUTTER, lb.31fa
CRISCO, 3 lbs.47c
Tomato
JUICE19c
Carrot
JUICE, 2 cans.25c
COCKTAIL, 2 cans.25c
Stokely's Finest Whole Tree Ripened
APRICOTS2 v-35c
— --
JJr. Frumps Lrrapefruit
JUICE4 25c
A Hormel Product
SPAM, can.25c
Rath's
CORNED BEEF 2 S 35c
Peach-Pear
PRESERVES, 2 lb jar.29c
Ptenard's Pint
SALAD DRESSING 15c 25c
Dromedary
PIMENTOES ^ 5c 1
Old Virginia
HAM SPREAD, 2 jars.25c I
WAX PAPER. 40 ft roll.5c
Red Cross
TOWELS, 2 rolls.15c
Paper
NAPKINS Count 2 pkqs 15c i
Libby's Tiny
PEAS2 £„,* 25c ?
Fancy
LEMONS, doz.15c I
SUPER SUDS, nr
RED ROX, THREE FOR __.....
OCTAGON SOAP OR r .
WASHING POWDER, TEN FOR .-_
STARCH. STALEYS CUBED, (fir
WITH DISHCLOTH, THREE FOR ... 1
JOHNSON WAX. POUND CAN CQo
WITH ONE-THIRD POUND FREE ___
IN OUR MARKETS
Swift's Premium
HAMS, lh.lSVsc
Rindless Sliced
BACON, lh.jgc
Prime Rib
ROAST, lh 35c
POT ROAST, lh 24c
Corned
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