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Henderson daily dispatch. (Henderson, N.C.) 1914-1995, April 03, 1946, Image 3

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AROUND
CAPITOL SQUARE
By LYNN NISBF.T
D.iil* Dispatch Bureau.
In the Sir Waller Hotel.
Raleigh. April 3 — By ihe ti ne
this i re.nl delmiu .r ι : ι mceiiK nt
li :.v havi bien made with respect
to the resignation ■ ·' H. ('·. Deyton
π assistant d,recti.r of the budget.
Deyt >11 conferred with Governor
Chtrrv .1 two veparale time.- Tues
day : 1 ! 1 d it is known the matter was
tlij-eu.*:ed. The goven'or indicated
he would ha\ e a statement \\ ithiu
a lew hours.
UNKEOUKSTKD — It was noted
iρ this department soi ■ week·· nço
that Deyton had under consider
ation at leasl three offe's from pri
vate busmen at >alaries m >re than
double his stat< pay. ît i- e >111 nr -i
Iv beli<'.I'd that lu· will not keep on
turning dow 1 these attractive offers,
and odds are he will be out of state
employ within a few 1110 ths if not
right now. Governor Uroughton
persuaded him In sfav w;'h the bud
gel bureau in fare of an attractive
pn,position fr.»m outside. and Gov- i
ernor Cherrv h. > ben trying to keen
him. If the resignation comes it
will delinitely not be by request o:
the :·ο\ ernor.
1NI>ISPK\SATU,E — The governor
confessed he might experience some
difficulty in repla· ing Deyton. since
Ihe post calls for so many character
istics ieldam fraud if . lie man. but
he di as not believe any man i> in
disnensable or thai state machinery
will be seriously in vuded bv cha:i"c.
lie said Monday he had no idea who
would be named in the event Dey
ton resigns, but added I'll find some- 1
t'.ody who can do a good job."
Γ lï F i* Λ ΚΑΤΙΟΝ — Word j
pnmrs from Mnnteo and Nan's
llfad Unit a< lea^t two hotels ·>·"' |
a number of eottasres and tourist
homrs arc under construction in
tin· area setting ready for the
lit·' crowds expected to attend
t li is summer's showing of tlic
I.ost t'olcnv play <·ι Koanoke
inland. The flay will open on
.lune Π0. after a shutdown of
four vears d urine the war.
Manifestations of interest In the
rroject liom all over the eouri- |
try indicates that even· avail
able room w ill i>e needed to care I
for visitors
I
HOSPITALS The state hospi
tal hoa-d (if ο ntrol is scheduled to j
meet iit the Raleigh hospital Fri- I
day, for con:· ideration of routine |
matters. The executive committee
will meet at Carol'· a hotel the night
be!! >ro. General Manager R. M.
Ruth gob said he knew of no matters
other llian usual reports from the,
several institution, and furtherance!
ι I the building program.
BITNKR — The hospital board
has ι.·.I : oundoned hope of acquiring,
at lea.-t a par: of the Camp Butner i
unit, although prospe.'ts for early I
acquisition are 11 >t as bright as they j
■-ce: ad a few ' ">'t!is ago. It was I
uointed out by a board member the
other day that even if the army re
ad ivates t!ie camp, there is little
likelihood il w ill need the entire j
hospital plan!, .aid consideration is [
being ghen to partial used by the I
state.
,ΟΙ.Π Of >LD TVi i-t vy is cred
ited 1.1 formel' Governor .T. M. .
Br night >n. who i»· noted for !ii< wise- !
liai·!,- Ho and a group of other
Baptist laymen were discussing the I
Wake Forest . ituation, when the for- |
mer governor suggested thai re- :
n.o> 1 to W'i'stiai-S.alen· would no
ces.· itate changing the college colors
and rewriting t lie? son». Someone
said that would not be necessary,
that a ■ ondition of the proffered
Reynolds gift was that the name an 1
traditions of the institution would re
main the same. "But you don't un
rierst;i'd." came back the governor.
"You know it will never do to stand
in the'shadow of a Camel cigarette
factory singing about old gold and j
black." The other fellows saw the
point and agreed soin.' revision might
he called for. one of them intimating
that in view of the unexpected big
η onev they might substitute "New
gold' in the Sd g.
IMPRESSIVE — The important
place >;v:ipicd by daily newspapers
in .American life is shown by report
of the Amer/ an Newspaper Pub
lishers :,-s( c i : · t i ο η that the people
of the United State? and Canada I
last year snent S803.593.000 for daily
nanevs. This was divided S766.005.
000 in the United State·;, $57.588.000
in Canada. Expenditures for week 1 ν
papers Mid magazines would boost
the total c> ■ sider.ble over a billion
dollars, according to competent esti
mates.
DEBTS—Noting that government I
rurveys show the lie! agricultural |
income ner farm in North Cardin;1
increased lr> rn $(>31 in 1939 to S2
081 in 1944. Brooks James, agricul
<uiill economist with Stat" college
extension service, says this is the
time for farmers to pay debts, not
to rr.ake them. A good m.anv farm
er?· vbo have been strutîgr,"g v. th
high labor costs, scarce farm machin
ery. and similar problems during the
past two or threp years pi. a y be dis
posed to questions the accuracy of
the government figures, or at least
the definition of that word "net.'
they are doing right well toward
liquidating long standing debts.
Farm Security Adirrnistration. crop
proij iction associations :> d other
lendino agencies have reported Tar
Heel fanners generally anticipating
payments on future obligations.
WARMING — Raleigh hotels have
r.ttained the status long sought by
many businesses in having all they
can possibly handle. Tn fact, there
are signs posted in all hotel lobbies
and many of the eating places warn
ing the pub 1 i· to avoid Raleigh on
May 10 and 11, dates for a big
Shrine ceremonias. Mere than a
month ago the hotels were turning
down requests for room reservations
(<i those dates.
Nitrogen is a necessarv rnmaonent
of mo«t of the high explosives and
propellents used in warfare; a great
part >f the supply of nltrogo· Hott'
comes from the air through several
nitrogen fixation pro-esses.
The Day's News In Pictures
ARRANGING FLOWER SHOW DISPLAY
SOCIALLY PROMINENT flower fancier Mrs. Harold I. Pratt of Olen Cove,
I.. I., Now Vt rk, is shown liolj-wtiti a workman arrange her display at the
International Flower Show in New York City. Mrs. Pratt i:; ttie co-chair
man of Ihe planning conin ittce for the New York P.otani. ni Garden.-. The
most recent preceding flower rhow was held in 1012. (Intcrr.aiitn-cl)
Regulars from Texas "At Home" in Japan
Always good for α lough ore rood markers such as these, -which
'our Wigulars often set up in foreign countries. The three Texans obov·
hove outdone themselves in loyclty to their home stote. A sense of humor,
and the ability to make friends is an important attribute «f a "Guardia*.
of Victory."
WHERE ACRES OF SURPLUS PILE UP
MOUNTAINS OF SURPLUS war properly, of which the above photo taken
on Guam shows a mere fraction, are today piled up on 1'acilic islands.
In the Navy's "Operation Ιίο11-ι;ρ'\ the value of excess material rounded
lip is placed at $400,000,000. The Army soon will announce a billion
dollars "junk pile." With manpower shaiply reduced, both Army and
Navy are maintaining the equipment v.i be^t they can pending its linal
sale by a Federal Commission. ι International Exclusive)
THEY'LL SEE THE REAL JOE SOON
•W - » II -·»"· · ·· ; fV"
GATHERED ABOUT HIS PHOTOGRAPH are the family of Ffc. Joe Fazzio,
Brooklyn, Ν. Y. Fazzio, stationed in Frankfurt, Germany, expected to
have hi* family join him there but instead he'· now on his way home to
Join them in Brooklyn. Grouped about the picture are (1. to r.) Mn.
Katherine Fazzio; Jeanne, 2; and Ursula, 4. (International £xclu*ive)v
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