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THE CLINCH COUNTY NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, Established in 1894. THE CLINCH COUNTY NEWS HOMERYILLE, GEORGIA Official Organ of Clinch Coun- ty, the County Commissioners. and the City of Homerville. Ga. fill I IIJHII Jlllllh IIHIIII H]lilltlllfilltlll H IIIi H II TH H t~llrllrHll~ltrllll t~llt tllBllllllllll If Congressman the fixing o~ wages and prices. ~[~,, SOUND ADVICE After the Co,mmittee bill was x, I brought up it soon, bec~me evident |usuranee Commissioner Cravey's that a gre~t many Congressmen warning to the public to beware of l wanted price and w~g~ controls in~ cluded in any measure that is passed at this time. I,t is felt by many ~at prLce an,~ wage controls mnst be granted if the J,mmediate inflation- ary trend is to be halted, however, with the. memory of the unhappy qeura It is then that the scrap 9.f circumstances atter~dant to the OPA plper becomes the salvation Lo in' ;and other like measures during dlvid~dals, homes and businesses. It World War l'I, CongTess is moving it then that the person or business slowly in granting blan,ket authority w~ho supers a loss needs most ~he to the President to bring this stiua- ~nsuring in c0nvpanies not admitted to do business in the state, seems ~flke sound advice. Insurance is one of life's most ~mtang~ble products. It is merely a scrap of paper -- until a loss oc- ~advice and counsel of his insurance [tion into being again. e~>mpany's local agent to effect aI Your Contgressman, for one, feels l~rOmLpt and just settlement. It can- that the Congregs itself should write not be done as effectively by mail. into law the exact provisions o,f any Your ,community prospers through an.d all control measures that mi~'ht its buying power. If everyone ac- be pas~ed in~,tead of passinw a law qu]red his needs by mail or in an-giving to the Presid~e.n blanket au- other comimunity, our entire iccalthority to control every phase of ec~no.m.y would suffer. A local ;n- the economic life of the nation. The ~rance agent is in, business to serve the public. He and his companies l~ay local and state taxes propor- ~onate to the business you ulac~ ~ith him. Insuring in "fly-by-ni~ht" @r non-ad~nitted companies save :yo~ from ten. to twenty percent in the premium, partly made up in tax- s they avoid, but we will wa~er you will suffer heavily when you ~eed your insurance most -- at the ~me of a loss. As many people have found out, it pays to "consult your local insur- ance agent as yo~ would your doc- "tar or lawyer." William Howard Taft was the "Brst U S. presiden*t to receive a ~ary o $75,000 a year. A man whose normal weight is l~0 pounds would weigh about 50 ]~ounds if all the water in his system were dried up. )USC.. i Our s eclollsts will draw Your house is not the one with the octopus outlet : for you. at hOqle, wiring and trailing extension cords . . . or is it? That diagrams and kitchen Diana to suit yOur individual needs and desires. If sort of thing is bad, you know.., cuts down on yOu're I=lannir to build or remodel the safe , and efficiency of your electric equip- your home, call on us. won t you? ment. It s wasteful, too.., you're paying for We're happy to serve ou. the work Reddy Kilowatt does getting through ::i the twisted wires instead of having his top- notch performance in your appliances. And % \ GEORGIA POWER AND LIGHT COMPANY the more appliances you get, the worse the situation becomes. With Adequate Wiring in your home you won't hove this kind of trouble.., not now, nor in the future, either, no matter how many appliances you add. See us i i or your electrical contractor for i details. Congress should s, ti,pulate exactly those things that are to, ~be con.trolled and the exact ,manner in which they ~hould be con,trolled leaving the mm , , ~: , i -~ grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Greater interest is being manifested imum af discretion, to the a'rmy of!ADf~V| I~ ~kI]l-I-I~t]r~ 11- .... ~ leach da'" and *he number increases'with his mother, Mrs. bureaucrats tha wll.1 be brought in-! ~LJ[~kU & l~r~ *~ VV ~ I Beth Johns has returned after [daily. Mrs. T. L. Pickren, Mrs. L. C. Iand family. to being by control measures By Rubye Bannett ~arter T ou h " .... t ~ spending part ~f this week in Way- ] Hinson, Mrs. Rubye Carter, Mrs. I h g t for the week: I Congress has been too prone to[ ~ -] cross with relatives ]Dell Bennett, Mrs. William V. Tom- the great thing in this ~;oz shirk ~t re.~ on.billS b s]m 1 delMr and Mrs N G Morris of . . . " ~ ....... " s ~p "~ '" Y Y ' P Y "* .... . ~r -~., Mrs J M Evans are at l*inson, lvirs, uayton ninson, ~ars. U. so much w.nere we stand as egating additional powers to the ex- Blackville, S. C., were weet~ena h-=,e" a~ter ~endin~ :-verai da-~ i,~ ]C. Champion, Mrs. W. E. Morris, direction we are moving." ecutive branch of the government, i guests of their son, Mr. W. E. Mar- Alban,, with~heir ~au~hter Mrs~ T:IMrs. Barney Evans and Mrs. J. I. In,s,tead of gran.tlnw too many adds- r]s and famdy. . __ n T,~,'-,:,S and fa,-il,, ~O Qumn served refreshments during n bl k we n xe CaPcin James, son of Mr and Mr,s I tio al an e t po rs to a e cu-; ' ' " ,the week at the conclusions of the ATTENTION FARME tire departmen,t that has demonstra-iR. C. James returned from Jackso~n- Vacation Bible School is in pro-!sessions. A picnic will climax the The New Allis-Chalmers ted its weakness in the present Ko.-!ville, Fla., Wednesday, where ne gress this week here at the Metho- last dav. Friday ~ now has more -ower than went to be examme~ for military ur h v rean crisis the Congress should be- r dist Ch c . Re . Freddie Wheeler, ;t ;..t;ll ,k .... *.,,-t,,r -. , , - ; "- " ' "'r " " Sir~ r -urn " "o .......................... gin to thinK of re cap.turzn*~ man~ oziservlce" the pastor, ls in charge of the work, I ~vl . J. #. gusa et eo 1; money that you can buy the powers it has Igvanted in the past., Mr. and Mrs. C." M. Baker and his helpers are Misses Annette Pic- New York Friday after two weeks In spite of the fact that events Ralph Baker left Saturday for Okee- kren, and Bobble Steedley. The spent here with his family who are have proven the Secretary of State i chobee, Fla., to spend two weeks, school opened Monday A. M. with with Mrs. W. H. J~mes. to be one o,f the c hie aPc,hitects of . Miss Martha Tomlinson is spend-Jan enrollment o~ 33. Attendance Rayon.and Brantley hP~ returned! our presen plight in Korea and in mg this ,week with her aunt, Mrs. had increased Wed~esd~ay to 47. to Sanderson, Fla., after a visit Anti-Rust have several good used us and save money. Eager Your Allis-Chalmers Dealer dosta. Ingredient by Sinclair Research spite of the f~ct that the Secretary of Defense is largely responsible for our failu~,e to be prepared for the crisis from a military stand- poiut, the President stubbornly, sticks to borth of them and says that t~hey shall remain in his cabinet.The avera~ge American citizen who won- ders what happened to the eighty- nine billion dollars ~hst Congres.~ has appropriated in the last four years for the defense of this coun- try, is also made to wonder why the Ed Fender, near Homervifle. Miss Bobble Steedley was the gue. st of class mates at Statesboro for the weekend. Misses Janice, Ellen and Lawren- ciene Evans have returned from Waycross after a visit with their President will con,tinue [o keep in his ca~binet two of the men most re- sponsible for ou,r being committed to war five thousand miles frovn home without being prepared for it. = Contains the Developed N When over a quarter-million fam- ilies are two-Ford families there must be a reason! They've found that, while dividing the family mileage,two money- saving Fords cost little more than driving one higher priced car. While sidewall tires and wheel trim rings optional at e:z~a ~od. easy on J HOM LL E, C 0RGa:* [e ! e Ford offers a choice of two great economy engines--100 h.p. V-8 or 95 h.p. "Six".... Come in and "Test Drive" a '50 Ford today. IRUSTED IN ORDINARY GASOLINE -- This steel rod is heavily coated with cost after immersion in ordinary gasoline in prescribed laboratory test In test, a small proportion of water was added to the gasoline, beenuse all gasoline con- tains minute quantities of water caused by moisture condensation. *Trade Mark I Stops rust in gasoline tanks. PROTECTED IN NEW SINCLAIR GASO- LINE-This steel rod shows no cost after immersion ia Sinclair Gasoline contain- ing RD-119 in test identical to one at left. In the same way, RD-119 in the new Sinclair Gasoline stops rust and ear- ro~ion in the gasoline tank and fuel sys- tem of your car. RUST-PROOFS AS YOU USE IT RD- 119 in new Sinclai Gasolines water'proof your gasoline tank fuel system with an in" visible protective filn that stops damaging rust and corrosion. By using new Sinclair H-C of Sinclair Ethyl you get full power, high anti" knock performance, mileage PLUS Rust Protection -- at extra price. 2 Stops rust which clogs fuel lines, strainers, buretor jets. 3 Reduces wear on pre- cision parts caused by rust particles, 0 of Sinclair Products Tuckers ~ ~o~ Carl's Servlce Sta on I J" i , i , , , Irlllll i i I I I I I