Cherokee scout. volume (Murphy, N.C.) 188?-1961, April 06, 1961, Page 7, Image 7
DEADLINE rWfllm (or Classified Ads: SH? Monday. Ru? 50* for each Insertion 25 word* or 1ms 'or three times for $1.25. More than 25 wonk. M per word. Cub MUST bo received with < COMMERCIAL PRINTING - All yotr printing needs. Busi ness forms, anap out forms. Printing Is our business. The \ Cherokee Scout, Murphy, N.C. 33-tfn Bed Spreads - $2.95 Up" Nylon Hand Bags - $1.98 Throw Rugs - 15< Up 9 x 12 Csrpets ->$19.00 On Hwy. 64 W At RsngerScbool Hughes Electric Shop ELECTRICAL WIRING AND REPAIRS PHONE - DAY VE 7-2240 NIGHT - VE 7-3227 "Far DcpeodaMc 8aniire" - CALL - MEADOWS RADIO t TV SERVICE ve 7-an Watch & Jewelry REPAIR Keapsak* Diamond* Davis Jewelers Ready To Serve Your HEATING, PLUMBING & WELDING NEEDS Long Experience In NEW INSTALLATIONS AND REPAIRS Trl State Plumbing & Heating Co. VE 7-2671 Murphy, N.C. ROGERS Electric Service Electrical Contracting and Repairs Day VE 7-t?J, Night VE 7-Z*7* M HOL E Wrecker Service Ed Town ton Auto Co. Day VE 7-00, Night VE 7-BM RADIO-TV REPAIR ANTENNA INSTAIJ-ATlON LLOYD'S RADIO & TV SERVICE VE 7-trn Blue Ridge Trucking Co. Only Motor Carrier In Murphy With Terminal Facilities Specify Blue Ridge And Be Sure Phone VE 7-2922 ZEB-S USED CAR SUPERMARKET 1957 CHEVROLET 1/2 ton pickup - Good Tires - Runs Good - Body In Good Condition. 195* FORD 1/2 ton Pickup. Tutone Red snd White - Custom Cab - V -8. Real Good Shape. 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air 2 door V - 8 Automatic trans mission - Radio Heater - Excellent condition. 1956 Chevrolet 4 - door V - 8 - automatic trans mission - radio - heater Good White Wall Tires. Good condition. 1954 Chevrolet 2 ton. and 2 speed truck. Good body - Good buy. Far WNC's Largest Us?d Car Dealer VE 7-2001 Community Motors FOR SALE FOR SALE - House trail er* and Travel Trailers, all slaes available. Herman's Trailer Salea at Shield's Tourist Home, Andrews, N. FOR SALE - Brlggs Strat ton. 2 1/2 h. p. - 4 cycle gas motor. Excellent Con dition. Call VE 7-2055. 36-ltp FOR SALE: Water pump, good ooodition. Shallow well 300 - 200 gal. per hour. Tank, new 1/3 h.p. motor, $40. With out motor, $20. See A, E. Archbald, Tapoco Route, Rob btnsvllle. 36 FOR SALE - Good TV and new antenna for only $47.00 Call VE 7-3238. 36-3 tc FOR SALE - 11 Room Cob ble Stone Building on WeMs Street. Owner, Lake Graham. Living In Marietta, Ga. Will Sell at Bargain. For Infor mation Phone VE 7-2262. 36-3 tc FOR SALE - 13 1/2 acre farm. Located 3 miles out on Andrews Highway. See J. E. Wells. 36-3tp FOR SALE - Beautiful pat tern's. 32 piece dinner sets. Finest quality, $5.95.AtKen's Craft Shop, on Hwy. 64 W at Ranger School. 36 -3t FOR SALE - Kenmore Auto matic Washing Machine - Good Shape - Best Offer - Can be seen at house corner of East Ave. and BaultSts. In Murphy orCall VE7-3456. Best Offer. 35-tfn Trailer Sales st Shield's Tourist Home, Andrews, N. C. Phone Andrews 83 or 84-J . ' 36-tfc FOR SALE - Spee dry Magic Marker -ReadytoWrite-Just lift the cap - Write, Sketch, Mark, Color - Perfect for making posters or marking clothing - Only 57< - The Cherokee Scout. tfn FOR SALE - 6 room house, bath, gravity water, and car port. Located Hwy. 294, near Hlwassee Dam School. Con tact Homer Floyd, Route 4, Murphy. 35-3 tp FdR SALE - Four, six, and eight inch concrete blocks. Also steel of all type* includ ing reinforcement steel. Wrought iron porch columns and posts made to order. Kaye's Auto Parts, Murphy. 34-4tc FOR SALE - Rosati60Bass Accordian, marbilizedfinish. Price $50. Call Andrews 308J . 34-3tc Once you buy ME RE LITE BULBS, you never have to buy light bulbs again - never! I Contact C. E. Hogsed, Route 3. Blairsvllle, Ga. Highway 19-129. 30-9tp FOR SALE - Two tracts of land. One 30 acres - die other 58 acres. 10 miles west of Murphy on Hwy. 64. Call or write "Land Tract" c/o The Scout. Box 190, Murphy, N, C. 36-ltc FOR RENT 1 -2 Bedroom House 1-4 Bedroom House Cell VE 7-3113 HELP WANTED HELP WANTED - Wanted, male salesman to sell direct to bom* owner* of Cherokee County area. Muatjiave car and be between age of 2S and 40. Wrtte or call for appoint ment. This It a real oppor tunity for the right man. Reply K> While and Williams Co., Inc., 4Q Haywood Rd.. Ashe ville, N. C. Telephone 2S2-8828. 36-llp HELP WANTED - You don't need to worry about getting or holding a Job with your own Rawleigh Business where the more you work the more you earn In Cherokee County. Thousands prospering every year. Write at once for more Information, Rawlelgh's Dept. NCD - 200 - 802, Richmond. Va. 36-4 tp HELP WANTED - Do you want work? If so, list your qualifications In Want AdSec don of this newspaper. Also the type of work you desire. It will pay you. tfn. FOR RENT FOR RENT - At 511 Hi was - see Street, a 2-large room downstairs apartment.Nicely furnished - electric heat. Call Mrs. J. W.- Dyer at VE 7 3167 or VE 7-2592. 32-6tc FOR RENT - Apartment. 2 bedrooms, living room. Di ning room combination, well Insulated, electrically heated. Located In nice neighborhood. Call VE 7-2122. 36-3 tc. FOR RENT - Apartment - 3 -room - unfurnished - elec tric heat. Call VE 7-2747. 36-3 tc Waattd To B?y WANTED Small Farm Tractor Wanted. Can need minor repair. Give description, condition and price first letter. P. O. Box 9, Murphy, N. C. E. C. Van horn. 35-tfc SERVICES Need a regular man to cut your Lawn? Call Claude E . Jones at VE 7-2089 for ex per grass cutting. New mower. That's CLAUDE J ONES. Terrace Ave., Murphy. 35-3tp WELL DRILLING - Have your well drilled; modern ma chinery. Six and eight-inch domestic and commercial wells. Macon Pump and Well Co. Write F. B. Rogers, Franklin, N. C., or call LA 4-3135. 33-tfc SURVEYING SERVICE Mr. George Schuster is the newly appointed Surveyor for Cherokee County. Call VE 7-2538. J 34-3tp I Sewing Machines Repaired, f All makes and models, Tues- ! days and Wednesdays. Call New Regal Hotel. 34-tfn FOUND FOUND - One outboard mo tor, boating and fishing ac cessories. Owner may have | by identifying and paying for ad. Call Sheriff's Department. 36-3 tc TERMITES SWARMING? LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICE CHEROKEE COUNTY NORTH CAROLINA NOTICE OF SALE - Notice la hereby given (ha the Andrews City Admlnlatra ave Unit will offer for aali at public auction for caah a 12:15 pjn. on Wednesday, Ma: 2, 1961 the following descrl bed personal property. The old white two-story higl school building located on dx Andrews School Property li the Town of Andrews. Chero kee County, North Carolina The successful purchaser o this building will be require* to remove the building fron the property within a reason able period of time and In i workman like manner, leavln) the premises free and cleai from all debris. This (he 30th day of M->rch 1961. CHARLES FRAZIER Superintendent Andrews City Administrative Unit 36-4 tc LEGAL NOTICE NORTH CAROLINA CHEROKEE COUNTY The undersigned, havlnf qualified as Executrix of th< estate of Arnold R.Dalrymplt deceased, late of Cherokee County, this is to notify all persons having claims agalns said estate to present their to (he undersigned, a( Murphy, N. C? on or before the 23rc day of March, 1962, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to said estate will please make immediate pay ment to the undersigned ai Murphy, N. C. This 20th day of March, 1961. Herma Dalrymple 34-6tc NUKTH CAROLINA CHEROKEE COUNTY The undersigned, havlnj qualified as Adminlstratix o the estate of Verlln Frank Jones, deceased, late o Cherokee County, this is K notify all persons havlnf claims against said estate to present them to the under signed, at Route # 4, Murphy N. C., on or before the 2n< day of March, 1962, or this notice will be pleaded In bai of (heir recovery. All persons indebted to said estate will please make immediate pay ment to the undersigned at Route 0 4, Murphy, N. C. This 27th day of February, 1961. 31-6tc ANNIE MAE JONES LEGAL NOTICE NORTH CAROLINA CHEROKEE COUNTY Cherokee County, Plaintiff, vs Robert Lee Husklns and wife, Eva Nell Huskins; George Husklns and wife, Myrde Hus klns; Roscoe Husklns andwlfe, Eula Huskins; Raleigh Hus klns, unmarried; Vincent Hus IdDS and wife, Mae Huskins; Flonnie Huskins Wilson and husband, Roy Wilson; Opal Huskins Keys and husband. Buster Keys; Pearl Huskins Garrett Morgan, unmarried; VND Monroe Garrett, unmar ried, Defendants. TO OPAL HUSKINS KEYS, 3USTER KEYS, AND PEARL fUSKlNS GARRETT MOR GAN: Take notice that pleading seeking relief against you has been filed in the above en titled action. The nature of the relief be ing sought is as follows: to foreclose a lien for unpaid taxes i^pon real estate lo cated in Cherokee County, due plaintiff for the years 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953. 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, and 1960: You are required to make defense to such pleading not later than May 18, 1961 and iqpon your failure to do so the party seeking service a gainst you will apply to the Court for the relief sought. This, the 27th day of March, 1961. J ames C. Howse Clerk of the Superior Court ?5-4tc May 27, 1919 - FirstTrans Adantic Flight - At S:01 p.m. the NC -4 landed in the harbor it Lisbon, Portugal, complet ing the first crossing of the hdandc by air. E. C. Moore's Buy of the Week! 1999 Plymouth Balvadaro V - S. 2 -door Sedan with Automatic Tr?n?ml?slo?. Very Clean. Alao White Wail Tim. Local One Owner. Low Mileage . . . $1699 See Jim Franklin At E. C. MOORE ? DODGE LBGAL NOTICE NORTH CAROLINA CHEROKEE COUNTY Cbmtn County. Plaintiff, vs BOB TAYLOR and wife. HE T TIE TAYLOR, Defendants. TO BOB TAYLOR: Take notice (hat a pleading seeking relief against you has been filed In die above en titled action. The nature of the relief being sought Is as follows: ' to foreclose a lien for unpaid taxes ipon real estate located in Cherokee County, due plain tiff for the years 1947, 1958, 1949. 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954. 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, ? 1959, and I960: 1 You are required to make defense to such pleading not ' later than May 18, 1961, and 1 ipon your (allure to do so the ' party seeking service against you will apply to the Court for the relief sought.. ' This, the 27th day of March, ! 1961. 1 James C.Howse Clerk of the Superior Court 35-4tc f 1 LEGAL NOTICE I NORTH CAROLINA CHEROKEE COUNTY I Cherokee County, Plaintiff, vs ; Willie Phillips andwlfe, Willie i Phillips: TO WILLIE PHILLIPS and wife, WILLIE PHILLIPS: Take notice that a plead ing seeking relief against you has been filed in the above en - tided action. The nature of the relief be ing sought is as follows: to foreclose a lien for unpaid taxes ipon real estate located In Cherokee County, due plain tiff for the years 1948 to 1960, Inclusive; | You are required to make , defense to Such pleading not later than May 18, 1961, and upon your failure to do so, the party seeking service against you will apply to the Court for the relief sought. This, the 27th day of March, 1961. James C.Howse Clerk of The Superior Court 35-4tc NOTICE OF SERVICE OF PROCESS STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA CHEROKEE COUNTY IN THE SUPERIOR COURT ANNA MAE ROBERTS, Plaindff, -VS , EDWIN U. ROBERTS, j Defendant ? TO: EDWIN U. ROBERTS ! Take Notice That: A pleading seeking relief ' against you has been filed in the above en tided action. The nature of the relief i sought Is an absolute divorce from the bonds of matrimony on the ground of two year separation. You are required to make defense to such pleading not later than the 17th day of May, 1961, and n>on your failure to do so, the party seeking relief against you will apply to the Court for the relief sought. This the 22nd day of March, 1961. James C. Howse Clerk Superior Court Cherokee County North Carolina 35-4 tc SENATOR SAM ERVIN WASHINGTON - Lao* and the Congo occupy dte stage' In the foreign policy global contest being waged by the Soviets. Congressional lea ders at home and our allies abroad have express approval of the President's firm stand in the latest Laotian crisis. To date we have fared better than the Soviets in the Congo. In the small nation of Laos our position is less secure despite the fact that since 1954 we have poured some $300 millions Into military and economic aid for this country to prevent it from slipping behind the Iron Cur tain. There are several rea sons for this. First, there is a complacency about the peril by the Laotian leadership which the U. S. Is backing. Secondly, the supply lines of the Soviets and their allies are shorter. A Soviet airlift from Hanoi, North Vietnam, a few hundred miles away can drop thousands of rebels into Laos quickly. Lastly, by being the "behind the scenes" aggressor, the Soviets can pick the time and the place for these "brush fire" wars. WAR AND PEACE - This nation is ardently striving for peace, but at the same time is confronted with the alter native of war. The Soviet lea ders seem to understand far better whei. we state to them that we will not yield another inch of territory than they do when we sit down with them to discuss disarmament. Since this condition exists and we must live with it or perish by it, our imperative need is for a mobile, well -equipped "brush fire" army which is ready to fight at a moments notice in the most remote pro vince of the world. CONDITIONS FOR PEACE - While we seek peace and make plans for world disarmament, we must realize that the con ditions for peace and disarm ament must exist among the world powers. One of the great tragedies of World War II has been the fact that two of our great allies, the Soviet Union and China, have turned into aggressor nations. If they had continued to Join with us in the Ideals of peace as they did in the strategies of war, the world would have moved toward the "broad and sun it" areas of lasting peace. Sixteen years after the ar mistice of World War II it is not enough for the repre sentatives of the UnitedStates to be willing to disarm, to reduce our armies, and to stop all armament research and testing. The disarmament snvoys of the Soviet Union and <ed China and all nations nust be men whose minds and Tearts are dedicated to peace, -'eace is cultivated in the learts of men who can in telligently see the advantage Jf an unguarded American Canadian border stretching rom sea to sea safeguarded jy the good will of the two nations. War's harsh alter latives are presented in the Congo and Laodan crises vhich threaten the peace of he world. ror Kin FOR RF.NT - Anarrmpnr - 3-room - unfurnished - with electric heat. Call Merle Davis. 36-3 tc Wanted to Biy WANTED TO BUY: 1 or 2 loads of chicken litter. Coll VE 7-2795. 36-ltp ?ftjeich / <y? w &?*? Although hearings on tax bills have been in progress only a little over a week - and still have about three weeks to feo ? certain shapes are already developing. SANFORD SACRIFICE One of these is that the .people will not have an op poi tunity to un-do or re-do action taken by the General Assemblv. You will recall that Gov. Terry Sanford, in his im portant revenue message on March 6 recommending the broad-base tax on food to s import our broad-base ed ucational program, recom mended that his program be carried to the voters for per manence after It had been a dopted by the Legislature. As of last week, even the more avijj Sanford apostles wanted none of this doctrine. Consensus among the mem bers is that their power comes fresh from the people - -and they do not want to run the risk of getting a slap In the face. Which could mean later a slap at the polls. So, In order to keep his big ship afloat. It looks as if this Is a bit of ballast the captain must sacrifice. This will not be all he must forego, but Is an important item. GETTING THE VOTES The feeling here this past weekend was that the Gover nor has as of right now enough votes in the 85 -member Joint Finance Committee to cake It to the floor with solid majority support. There are approximately a dozen various tax packages now before the Joint Finance Committee. Each of them has a following, of course, but die Sanford Plan ? as of last weekend -'- seemed to have majority strength. That it. It seemed to have as many followers, and a little better, as all the others combined. Moreover, the subcommit tee <tom?kerecommrnd?rlons by Eula H. Greenwood as to the tax plan to follow) will lean heavily to Sanford. Also, the Governor is being urged to go on the air again in a Statewide program for his Crusade ? and is said to be seriously considering Deaths, Funerals Compliments Of IVIE MUTUAL BURIAL ASSOC. Peyton G. Ivle ? Funeral Director Murphy. N. C. MRS. MARY C. CRAVES Mrs. Mary Cornwell Gra ves, 87, died ai 6:10 a.m. Tuesday morning, April 4 In her home on Route 3, Murphy. She has been a member of the Grape Creek Baptist Church for a number of years. Surviving are one son, Fle tcher Graves of the home: three sisters, Mrs. Maggie Stewart. Mrs. Rhoda Palmer of Murphy, and Mrs. Sarah Graves of Lexington. Ky.; one brother, James CornwelJ, of Murphy; six grandchildren; and S great-grandchildren. Services were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Grape Creek Baptist Church. The Rev. ArthurUmpheries officiated and burial was in the church cemetery. Ivie Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. ? ? * ? ? MRS. PERRY ANDERSON Mrs. Perry Anderson of Elkhom, Ky., mother of Mrs. W. T. Brown died early Tues day morning , March 28 In a hospital of Plkeville, Ky. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Chris tian Church at Elkhom, and burial was in the church ce metery. doing so. THEN TO CONGRESS? One of the grandest persons in the Legislature this year is serving his eighth regular term in the House. Thus at the tender age of 50 he finds himself one of the real veterans. A Lincolnesque type of [Mr son, quiet and modest Clifton Blue of Aberdeen may be your next Speaker of the House. As of last week he was the most likely candidate for the posi tion. He has a surprisingly large following among old and new House members. He's a sidekick of Sanford. This Moore County pub lisher is a former president of State YDC's, was an ardent Addison Hewlettsupporter be fore and after Hewlett became Speaker and ran unsuccess fully for the U. S. Senate. Sober, solid, and sincere. Blue could use the Speaker post as a springboard as can didate for Congress, OTTO FORD ROBBINSV1LLE - Ono Ford, 55, of Robbinsvllle, died suddenly Sunday morning, Ap ril 2, in a Buncombe County hospital. I A native of Watervllle, he was a veteran of World War H. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Azalee Ford; one dau ghter, Mrs. Jane Weaver of Suwanee, Ga.; two sons, John Arthur Ford with the Army in Germany and J ames Allen Ford of Robbinsvllle; one grandchild; the step-mother, Mrs. Pearl Ford of Robbins vllle; four sisters, Mrs. Beu lah Brown of Knxovllle, Mrs. Red-a Pullman of Asheville, Mrs. Irene Atwell of Pollock Pines. Calif., and Mrs. Joe Reighard of Robbinsvllle; and two bru "tiers, Ernest and Harry Fo.nl of Robbinsville. Service was held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the First Bap tist Church. The Rev. Edward Altland and the Rev. Otis Orr of ficiated, and burial with full military honors by the Am erican Legion Post 192 In Old Mother Cemetery. Townson Funeral Home was in charge or arrangements. BIDDING SALE Persons interested tn bid ding at the sale o f the old Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church building located on*? mile East of Want, N. C? on South side of old U. S. High way No. 64. will file their bids in writting in a sealed envelope with M. H. Payne, Warne, N. C#. Clerk & Treasurer, on or before 6:00 P*M. Saturd**\ April 15, 1961. Five lig fixtures and Church furnishings excepted Minimum bids accepted $400.00. Bid accepted must be paid by April 25. 1961, or before removal. Building and foundation must be re moved leaving grounds clean. Sixty days allowed for complete removal. Proceeds will be used toward completion of new churrh building. Board of Trustees of Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church. By M. H.Payne. Member Board , Clerk & Treas. CALLUS] for expert - DOZER WORK - LAND CLEARING - ROAD BUILDING West Brothers GENERAL CONTRACTORS VE7-2518 Murphy, N.C. Zeb's Used Car SUPER MARKET See Us For The BEST DEAL In Town COMMUNITY MOTORS FAR WESTERN NC LARGEST VOLUME DEALER VE T - 2001 Murphy, N. C.