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ques- implied the Af- dispatch, of to ncccs- to Giraud, fac- Washington Letind Folks Greatly Interested In Nev State Guard Company There B! Charles S. Kcrg INLAND--Citizens of this thriving Washington county town? ire greatly interested in the organization of F. of'tie State Guard. With 65 already enrolled as Captan Clyde Standefer, commanding officer, hopes to the rrtimbership to 75. Stertng To Halt'Jnlawful Movement commanded undue aspect on that all personal for the union against of asked make General Africa gov- this decis- Chicittepuly Sheriff John W. Sterling today moved to prevent unlawli movement of labor from Washin |nn county to other stales to worl on construction projects. As a suit of Deputy Sterling's activiti* a man who identified himself 3 Ernest M. Niles of the personn jldeparlment of Stone and Webster! :nginecring corporation, engaged* in a huge government construotim project at Knoxville, Tenn., ife scheduled to appear in justice 6f peace court tomorrow to face trill for alleged failure to obtain f $500 privilege license as a lalioi agent. Failure to ob- .am a privilege license constitutes i misdelrnanor Deputy Sterling said. j Sterling said Mr. Niles into custody Saturday A drill session will te held tonight tonight at 8:30 o'clock and Captain Standefer, formerly of the Greenville Greenville company, will drill hi.s men under the lights on the Leland high school football field. It is expected that the Leland Company will be mustered into the second battalion of the second second regiment of the State Guard within a short' time. Uniforms may arrive in time for use by Deput was tak Nelsi members when the guard unit Irect alter he had senl 12 laboiin from Gre;nvilte lo Knoxvillt Saturday evening without without clcarjn; them through the U. S. Emplctynent Service here. He was lala- released when Chief Engincertrartiord of the Knoxville Knoxville firnt igreed to stand for his apnearanfrMn court. Deputyl Sterling said activities of undcnfo.cr labor agents had resulted if :he moving of a number number Of lifiM-crs from Greenville. Only Morfky, he said, twenty men were sent 'roni here to Orange, Texas, tolwjrk in the shipyards and nona were cleared through the Employment S-rvice which is provided orderly The offil acepted in the state organization. Major Louis T. Garrett of Greenville, now engaged in forming forming State Guard unils in Mississippi, Mississippi, is assisting Captain Standefer Standefer in Ihe formation of the Leland company. First and second lieutenants, ix sergeants and seven corporals are in be named later. They are promoled on Ihe basis of their iil-ility and interest. Drills are to be held on Thursday nights. H is planned also to hold Monday night meetings of the Stale Captain Standefer is receiving cooperation cooperation and interest on all hand.s. The sixty-four members already enrolled include Ihe following: P. C Abraham. T. 11. Ainsworth, Obonc Bassi, W. M. Black. Leroy E. Bouler, S. G. Brain, W. E. un, Charles Carollo, Joe Carollo, Sammy Carollo, James H. Collier, E. A. Curry, C. II. Dawkins, H. Dawkins, J. F. DcLoach, John Dickins, J. L. Fletcher, Antonio Formigoni. Geno Formigoni, J. French, C. L. French. T. W French, O. W. French, C. V. T. W. Gorman, M. S. Guercio; Hawkins, George Hurlig, Harold Jackson. Charles W. Jackson, A. Johnson, G. E. Jones, C. K. the the government for ment of labor. tt warned the public to notify the sheriff's office in event there is akv activity of the iaboi asents wit. do not secure labor the oMcrly fashion throusl' the Employment Service. __ dox P. gomery, lino. F L. e James Lillo, C. E. C. Mauldin, H. J. Mont- T L Moore, Charles L. Neal, R. H. Neil, W. Ed Pctro, J. B. Pitncr, d, A. J. Robertson, M- ontinucd on page 2)

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  1. The Delta Democrat-Times,
  2. 01 Jul 1943, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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