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RESETTLEMENT TO : IKE FIN! LOANS New Regulations Cover Re habilitation Plans, State Director Says / , f the Sir Walter Hotel. * li’illy Dispatch Bnrenm, • AY J. C. BASKERVILL. Raleigh, Sept. 12.—New regulations governing extension of rehabilitation loans provide that farm families now on relief or farm families which have exhausted credit sources in an at tempt to keep off relief are eligible to apply to the Resettlement Adminis tration for assistance. Homer H. B. Mask, regional direc tor who made public the new regula tions, said Resettlement plans to ex pedite the rural rehabilitation pro gram in North Carolina in an effort to remove from families from relief rolls and help them to economic in dependence. Families to be aided will be selected on the basis of experience character and ability to conduct farm ing operations. “The purpose of these rehabilita tion loans,” said Mr. Mask, “is to provide employment and to assist farm families in making their own way. We are extending loans to fam ilies which satisfy the Resettlement Administration of their desire and * ability to become self-supporting if given some small assistance in the form of a loan with which to carry on farming operations. Funds which the Resettlement Administration is \ advancing must be repaid.” It is expected that the extension of a l&n will make it possible for these to become self-supporting. In each county the farm and home demonstration agents are available to work out a sound management plan which will offer the best opportunity for profit. Loans will be extended only after all details covering the in vestment of money, and a plan of repayment, have been worked out. If their individual farm plans re- t|/y Eases Headache In 3 Minutes also neuralgia, muscular aches 'and pains, toothache, earache, periodical and other pains due to inorganic causes* No nar cotics* 10c and 25c packages. ASPHALT SHINGLES, ROLL roofing. Lowest prices. Tanner Roofing Co. ts « Frame Straightening And Wheel Aligning For All Cars A COMPLETE NEW SERVICE FOR CAR OWNERS BRING '•-t I -t r ' t\ : US YOUR REP AIH i WORK i l t r i I High Grade Work and Satisfaction . . : Guaranteed 4 } Complete Motor and • ' ’ * ■ •' ’ ;*.. *j t Chassis Repairs For All Makes of Cars. Stevenson Today and Tomorrow MMHIBWWWMBMWWK:': IWWKU i > llWfWMlWllirflr^aiaailSiW Dick Powell and Joan Blondell in “Broadway Gondolier” quire it, farmers will be financed w r ith loans to purchase farm tools, live, stock, feed, fertilizer, building mat erial, and other needed equipment. When necessary, loans may also be utilized for the payment of land rent farm labor and breeding fees, as well as for needed food and clothing. Rehabilitation loans will be extend ed for terms probably ranging from tw 0 to five years. Five percent in terest will be charged. Torch Singer Is Found Shot Dead from Page One.) nical charge of suspicion of murder, Police said he had been drinking and that the tragedy followed a party at the farm house. The death of the girl, who popular ized the song, “Wlhat Is This Thing Called Love?” in the show, “Fifty Million Frenchmen,” in which she was co-featured with Betty Compton (Mrs. James Walker), was first re ported as suicide. Rogers said there was an argument during the night, and that the girl, who won Broadway prominence play ing the lead in “Yours Truly,” op posite Leon Errol, went upstaids alone. “We heard a shot,” Rogers said, “and when we ran upstairs we found her lying on the floor.” A single bullet had entered the left side of the 25-year-old girl’s head, passing completely through and em bedding itself in the wall. i CALLING ALL CARS ! We Have Just Installed A Complete BODY REBUILDING AND METAL REPAIR DEPARTMENT Equipment of the newest type, including frame straightening machine, tools, ** ' ' ■ ■ ■ > * V’" > ’ 1 ’ *•• hoists, air compressors and everything to do body rebuilding, painting and radia tor work of all kinds, has been installed and the department is in charge of expert metal workers, mechanics apd painters who know how to do your work. W« Are Prepared To Do Any And AJB Kinds Os Repair Work Vo Any Make OS Car MOTOR SALES COMPANY Garnett and Orange Streets v Phpne 832 HENDERSON, (S. C.) DAILY DISPATCH, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 12, 1935 200 From Wendell Enter Complaints About Prices (Continued from Page One.) The governor said he would do all he could and would attend any fur ther meetings called. A committee consisting cf Mr. Wil liams, Jonathan Daniel, of Raleigh, Walter Dean and W. G. Averett, of the Wendell section, and H. L. Phipps of Johnston county, was named to meet here Thursday at 2 o'clock to consider a Statewide protest gather ing, to which Secretary Wallace would be invited. State Now Rates High In The REA (Continued from Page One.> trip. When he and J. L. Horne, Jr., of Rocky Mount, member of the Au thority, went there before, officials of the REA got North Carolina mixed up with South Carolina and thought they were from South Carolina, which at that time did not rate with the REA at all. But on this last trip when Bagley and Governor J. C. B. Ehringhaus called on Rural Electrification Ad ministrator Morris L. Cooke Tuesday afternoon, apologies were profuse and a happy time was had by all. As a result, when Bagley and Governor Ehringhaus got home, they not only had the promise of the fullest coop eration and assistance from the REA in the building of rural electric lines in North Carolina, but an order from Cooke to the FERA to proceed with the rural electrification surveys in the remaining counties in North Caro lina so that accurate surveys may be had of all the 100 counties. Sur veys had been completed In only 78 counties when Cooke several weeks ago halted all surveys. But when Bag iey exlained that it would help the State Authority a great deal if the surveys could be completed in the remaining 22 counties not yet survey ed, Cooke asked the FERA to proceed with and complete these surveys. A new plan was also outlined to Chairman Bagley and Governor Eh ringhaus for the formation of local corporations for the construction of power lines in rural sections where the existing utilities companies will not build thme. $100,000,000 Worth of WPA Projects Are Sent Washington From State (Continued from Page One.) North Carolina to Administrator Joan, since only a handful of pro jects were rejected or changed before being sent on to Washington. “In planning these projects, we have tried to keep in mind that the primary purpose of the entire WPA program is to provide employment for the unemployed and especially for all those who have been on relief and who are able to work,” Coan said. “Also, since 75 percent of the relief labor and thoses till unemployed are classed as unskilled labor, it has been necessary to plan projects which can be carried to completion with un skilled labor. It has alsob een neces sary to take into consideration the lumber on relief capable of being em ployed on WPA projects in every county and community and to reduce the size of the projects where the re lief load has been light and the un employment rate low.” Fate of Projects Uncertain. What will be the fate of these pro jects when they come up for action in Washington can only be conjec tured and Coan does not expect that all of the $100,000,000 worth of pro. jects will be approved. But he is more confident than ever that at least $40,. 000,000 worth of projects will be ap proved for North Carolina, or rather that projects calling for a total ex penditure of $60,000,000 of which $40.- 000,000 will come from Federal relief funds, the state, counties, cities and local communities involved putting up the other $20,000,000 for materials and equipment. For in a majority of the WiPA projects submitted the local gov ernmental units are agreeing to sup ply materials and equipment which in most cases runs from one-third to one fourth of the total cost of the prbject. The reason Coan feels so sure that North Carolina will get at least $40,000,000 more of Federal funds in North Carolina is because WPA Administrator Hopkins assured the delegation which conferredw ith him in Washington Tuesday that the State could count on getting at least that much more. Since then Coan has ha a direct communication from Hop kins verifying that figure, it is un derstood. Dividing the Allotments. It is expected, however, that in duded in the total of $40,000*00 which the State has been assured it will get in additional Federal money that some will go towards lu> lie Works Administration project still pending in Washington but not yet acted upon. For while approval of all WPA and PWA projects is being sus pended temporarily in Washington, evidently, in an effort to clear up the 7 A.M. AND ALL'S® WELL! • / j N|. / ■ •>. asttllv.: \ &j.VV £>• * ! „ _ JR : \ Jtf.J , I V V about tomorrow? Then j use good judgment tonight! Call for Calvert. . . thp best of the better blended whiskies. Enjoy it in gentlemanly moderation. You'll find it tastes jft better... behaves better... is better! Have pleas- WflhAvtl / if ant memories of the night before! Call for Calvert. ||f "Special” jlEsriiy W*** y \ * J. (Zeffa, wkiihki 2 01935, Calvert-Maryland Distilling Co., Inc. Distillery: Baltimore, Md. Executive Offices: Chrysler Bids:., New York, N, Y, —Calvert’s Reserve and Calvert’s Special —Best of the. Better Blended Whisklea differences between PWA Adminis trator Ickes and WPA Administrator Hopkins and determine who will have the final sayso, it was indicated by Hopkins to the North Carolina dele gation there Tuesday that approval of a goo many pending PWA projects could be expected. The belief here is that two-thirds of the $40,000 000 will probably go to WPA projects, because of their lower pre-man-year cost, making it possible to employ more workers per project. The other third will accordingly be allotted to PWA projects where the pre-man-year cost is higher but where the r, value ot the project great erou^ 1 c ulWf -'Sh the employment factor ‘ to Following the visit of I C ke« t i, Park yesterdap f or a conferon”, President Roosevelt, a show-down'T' tween Ickes and Hopkins and a er definition of the authority rf' >n the expenditure of relief' expected. uruls is tioning at the price of an ordinal heating plant. 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