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MARSHALL, N. C, THURSDAY, MAT SS, 1964
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ACES THIS WEEK
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All Set For Primary This Saturday
Replaced In This County
By JAY HENSLEY
Cltisen Staff Writer
Republicans won a major deci
sion last Friday in their hassel
with the Madison County Board of
Elections, but they displayed lit
tle joy over the victory
Roy Freeman, chairman of the
Madison board, replaced 14 pre
cinct officials at a meeting in his
office in the Courthouse Friday
night to climax an investigation
triggered by Bruce A. Brigga,
chairman of the county GO!
Freeman said he started his in
vestigation Wednesday immediate
Iy upon receipt of a telegram from
William Joslin. chairman of the
State Board of Elections in Ra
Joslin directed that Freeman
replace all precinct officials who
hold office as members of the
board of education, on local school,
committees, as deputy sheriff,
justice of the peace, member sf,
the welfare board or tax equaliza-'
"These appointments are in vi
olation . of the constitutional ban
on double office-holding," Joslin's
telegram said. He directed that
First MHC Seniors To
Graduate This Sunday
Corrtmencement Week - end
To Start Friday; Lewis,
Mars Hill College will hold its
first senior college commencement
in its 108 vejirs Sunday. Mav 31,
and award its first baccalaureate
degrees to 14(i students.
Tho baccalaureate service will
be held in Moore Auditorium at
11 a. m. with Dr. John Lewis, pas
tor of Raliegh First Baptist Church
preaching the sermon.
The graduation exercises will
be held in the same place at 3 p.m.
with Dr. John Caldwell, chancellor
of State College, delivering
the commencement address.
Etf.','s!ok Blackwell, who has
been president of the Baptist in
stitution since 1938, will award
72 bachelor of science degrees, 6b
bachelor of arts degrees, four
hukblAr rtf music degrees and
Board of Elections no later than
i a detailed report on
the replacement appointments ba jlror bachelor of music education
made by the Madison County-rdegrees.
In addition, 10 students are
expected to receive associate
in arts diplomas for the comple-
f two-vear courses in dusi-
i ri a nil it,,, i a w . -A - - , ihm at tniuvMr courses in -J"'
a iTiliii " ii m ' ' I
Sa. C. C.t..rJouN
IS FlalHHVU vi watui ui
ness and seven others will
ceive commercial certificates
.niiinn r.f accelerated one
year courses in business.
A weekend of commencement
activities will begin at 4 p. m. Fri
day with the formal opening of a
students art exhibit on the mezz
anine of the Fine Arts Building,
followed by a special musical pro
gram at 8 p. n. in Spainhour Hall.
Saturday will be Alumni Day.
The alumni association will hold
its annual business meeting at
8:30 p. m. and at 4 p. m. the clas
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STOPS AT HOT
SPRINGS ON TREK
Mi. TWnthv Laker, a pretty
student at South Florida Univer
sity, Tampa, Fla., stopped m Hot
Springs last Friday and explained
w. h was exnlorihsr tie Appa
lachian Trail alone and waa having
a great time. '
3i,Q tnM listeners that' she start
Florida and had
CU H"""h ' '
not ridden a step since she start
ed her trek. She explained that
at night she slept in the woods in
a sleeping bag and was not at an
'One night a large bear came
un and when 1 awoite, "ie
frightened and ran away.
Since then I haven't been at an
afraid," she related. She told ot
encountering a rattle snake but
was not harmed.
She said she was en route to
Baneor, Maine, the end of the Ap
"She was very pretty and very
friendly and we all hope she en
joys the rest of her trip," one Hot
Springs citizen remarked
4-H DRESS REVUE
TO BE HELD HERE
TUESDAY, JUNE 9
The Madison County 4-H Dress
Revue will be held on Tuesday,
June 9, beginning at 8:00 p. m.,
in the Courthouse. It will be a
style show, with the public invit
ed. There will be a junior dress
revue for the 10-13 year-olds and
a senior dress revue for the 14-21
year-olds. The senior winner will
M.idison County in
dress revue at the Western Dis
trict Demonstration Day on Jun?
17, at Clyde A. Erwin High School.
AH interested 4-H girls arc in
vited to enter by contacting Miss
istnnt home ''-
onomics extension agent, by r- ri
day June 5, so definite arrange
ments can be made lor tne
State Senate, Governor's
Contests Lead In Interest
To Be Posted By
Weather permitting. The
News-Record will again post
returns of the Primary on
L,uirr Rridc- Stree Satur
All precinct election offi
cials are asked to send in
their returns as quickly as
possible so that results can
be sent to daily newspapers.
Wealth will do wonders in most
cases, but impoverished is the man
who can buy every luxury except
a clear conscience.
Dance Feature 10th
' " Anniversary
Plans are progressing for an
anniversary program to he held
at the Hot Springs Plant of Pa
cific Mills on Saturday, May 80,
according to R. NeiU Ross, Plant
The plant will celebrate its 10
years of operations with an out
ing to be held on the plant grounds.
Th afternoon program will be-
m it ! o'clock with Mr. Ross
welcoming the 400 persons expec
ts tn attend the event
In addition to the more than 110
employees of the yarn-producing
iUnt and families of employees,
a number of special guests have
v- tmiA tn attend the: 10th
birthday program. B. C. McWhite
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ON TAX BOARD
Ralnh Barnes, of Marshall, who
has served as secretary and mem
her of the Madison County Tax
Equalisation Board for the past
year, has tendered his resignation
tn Brown Amnions, chairman of
tho tuuird. which was effective
In announcing his resignation
Mr. Barnes stated that pressures
of other business prompted his de
His successor has not been mwe
public. Vv-:'y, :
L K. Anderson
For Long Serviee To FHA
Mars Hill High Wins
Beattie Feathers Is Speaker;
Awards, Trophies Are
Vniir.H Club members .from
Madison County will spend the
week of July 27 through August
1, attending Camp Schaub near
Waynesville. T he boys and gins
from Madison will be camping with
the Yancey County delegation.
ninaaes will be tausrht each day
on Handicraft, Swimming, Recre
ation. Wildlife, and Electricity.
During the afternoon the campers
will participate in swimming, soi
hn and recreation. Special events
for the week will include a talent
show, picnic, swimming meet, ana
u KanmiAt on Friday night.
nova and eirta interested m at
tending the camp are urged to g
their $4.00 deposit in by Satur
day, June 6
W - - A.M. - I
namM SSM BBBBJSfla, MR. Flm :flM t I SIIIMW I V,
Two Persons Arc
Injured In Auto
Hospital in Asheville wag, Arttmi'
tar Jr., 24, of Morgan, wno
M a fractured black. H e
was a passenger in a car driven
by Charies Hayden- Lequire, 28, of
Also admitted was Lemuel Noru
.r, a? nf Marshall R O e
was driver of pickup truck which
was struck by me Lequlre veiucw.
sstAt Hiirhwav Patrolman A. L.
Feldman, said that Leqoire was
traveling north on u. . w-w
ii ha rounded a sharp curve on
the wrong side of the road and
struck the truck headon.
!;, charged by Feld
man with reckless driving.
Rnrh Lenuire and another pas
Mmr in his car. who wan umoeu-
tified, were uninjured.
Sammy Fox Hurts Brilliant
Sammy Fox rang down the cur-
vs. kio-h iwhool baseball
mm un - ...
career Tuesday by twirling a bril
liant one-hitter as he pWCftSO -wf"
The annual Marshall High
School Athletic Banquet was held
in the beautifully decorated school
lunchroom last Thursday night
when many awards, citations and
trophies were presented to athle
tes, cheerleaders, and other stu
dents connected with sorts.
Miss Wills Ann Plemmons gave
the invocation and the Welcome
was given by Mrs. Polly Lewis.
Mickey Tweed responded in behalf
of the student body.
3o,.;ol mnafe vu rendered by
Louise McDevitt, Brands Hooerts,
W. K. Anderson of Marshall
HAd Mars Hill, who has served M
Madison County Farmers Home
lU.UMfaii trtinarvisor for the
16 years, MM swwsb
Vanderbilt Hotel in Ashe-
the full 26
6, was presented a wrist watch a
the luncheon from personnel in the
area who work with the run.
nrniUM v. Kill, who has served
f . number ; of ymn m Aadsr-
fcon's assistant, will be eievawr u
FN A amarvisor. nwu
!'ora of nine wto. and two Ws
Is one victory shy of Mars tiiua
season's record Of 10-2, nneu 5
and walked none.
FoX had a no-hitter going W
the top of the seventh and final
miring. But Joe Harris ime
rapidly sinking single m oreao ceii
terfield for Cranberry's only lt
of the game.
Mars Hill centerfielder, Uhanes
irallant effort w
J.VUCJT, '" " "
preserve Fox' no-hitter, but the
r i . t ui Kvfnrp
ball hit just in rxoni. x
he could make a play on it
tp.K nrra HiU s Dlavers hk-
ured in the nine-hit assault by
- Mt The order included
Ronnie Wallin, Steve Davis, Lar
ry Hunter, Charles Tolley, Gar
. tt woi Briires. Bob
Wood, Rocky Grooms and Fox.
ji i Tnnnxwnted tne
rn Division titlenolder, wWte
Mara Hill was the winner of , the
Western Dhrtsion lanrete. . .
m. a if- will team is coashed
by Roy Yates Ammons.
The line score:
Cranberry 000 000 0-0 1 4
Man, Hill 002 160 ox-
Greene and TurbyfiU. ox am
To Sat. June 13
'Sgtm MMult ease hwolvteg
Mr. and Mrs.
MarshaU Rt Z,
Ponder - Norton, Duck - Ray
Contests Head County
Madison County voters are all
set for the Democratic and Repub-
... . iL:. e..
lican I'nmary eieciions uns oi.
urday and although there are only
a few actual contest a heavy turn
out of voters has been indicated.
Polls will open at 6:30 a. m.,
and remain open until 6:30 p. m.,
Saturday, Roy Freeman, chairman
of the Madison County Hoard or
leading in interest to the Dem
ocrats in this county is the con
test between Zeno II. Ponder and
Clyde M. Norton, both seeking
nomination for tho State Senato
in the .'14th Senatorial District.
This contest not only involves
Madison County but is also cre
ating high interest in Yancey,
Swain and McIowell counties.
The only other actual county
contest is the race between Char-
Duck and Byard Ray, both
seeking the nomination for tax
collector of Madison County.
There are also a few contests
for township officers, such as
justice of the peace and constable
but only townships involved are in
Tn the Democratic Primary, six
candidates are seeking the nomi
nation for Governor of North Car
olina. They are:
Dan K. Moore, L. Richardson
Preyer, I. Beverly Lake, Bruce
(Bono) Burleson, R. J. Stanabury,
and Kidd Brewer.
In the race for Lieutenant Gov-
. .. .nnilllftMa TR KHK-
ivwitp, y" I :i inn ,
"IrPfc recognised L0iumn. TW.:SPSW W
guests' present and Coach Ed Robert W. (Bob) Scott, and John
Morton introduced Coach Beattie
Feathers, guest speaker for the
Feathers, a former University
TannanoA A 11-American. a
former Chicago Bear professional
back and at present Freshman
Coach at Wake Forest College,
Mmston-Salem, spoke on the im
portance of setting a goal ana
striving to reach it. He empha
sized the importance of taking ad
vantage of educational opportuni
ties so that one will be prepared
for the business world after com
pleting school and college.
Following Coach Feather's talk,
awards, citations and trophies
were presented students who had
earned letters in basketball, base
baseball and football, as well as
Aw vholastic attainment and
school spirit, such as cheerleaders,
(fBttiMd To Last mgaj
R. Tntvian. Jr.
Frank Castlebury, Frank Crane
and John B. Wardell, Jr., are seek
inc nomination for Commissioner
of Labor; and John B. Whitley,
Edwin S. Lanier and John N. Fred
erick are seeking nomination for
Commissioner of Insurance.
Thero are no contests for nom
ination to county offices in the
Remihliean Primary but interest
is centered in the Governor's race
where three men are seeking nomi
ination. They are Robert L Gav
in, Charles W. Strong and Don
Clifford Lee Bell and Robert A.
Flynt are opposing each other in
the Lieutenant Governor's race,
and John C. Clifford and Ralpn
W Pfaff are seeking nomination
in the Commissioner of Insurance
Cutshall Gets 5-7 Yews
For Shying Of Hensley
Also To Serve Sentence For probation under which payor for
a -.--- of five
years ago reached over from Tsn
" -,--"1- and the trial
of L H. CutshaU for murder end-
39. nleaded iruilty to
in the shooting oi
Melvin H. Hearn of BaMfb,
stats director of Farmara Horns
a !. tim A m MPfeain nsr-
aw - -
OK ao vaaaxr mym
sucn swarus uuium.
i's award, oy mci-
b at a time when be was
IuuiamH far a Quarter
a century of service to Madi
as Farmers noma
BSWWW wy - -
. i . A
counties of the state in whkb -
U.I lmaoa in InBTOTTM V
mnd families hae been noted,!
tt. miA Aa oirosrress is due to
large extent to Anderson's work
with rural people.
a ..j nUni tA devote much
of bis time in retirement to his
. i,i.v i. ,i ..Mrflir stocked
I arm m -
with wi 80 to 90 hea of ettle.J
tnesses oti botfriyear"
T7u-iri onnvrrv . A nwanl fnr flArvip.A to rural
residents of Madison County over the past 25,3K
was presMflilfohday to W. K. Aderton of Mar
shall and Mars Hill, county supervisor of the Farmers
tt i- ii t i r .I .-at.. TV. imuii lw Met
vin H. Hearn of Raleigh, state FHA director, whi
Paul Laughrun of Bumsville, Area 2 supervisor,
looks on. i
jiiwiflnad last Fri-
p-i- j when Ernes-
tine Oosneu, an b
at Mass am euawjy -
face and .mm.
, rnk throat in
. scurtie JJ
of CfaarloNS, was suso .,
jaQ ' Mas. ttavM-wan
linjured to the affray.
r..j-..n - - - m Am,
federal sentence ior vio-
tion of probation.
tin -1 JKUL 1 IWIW tO
County to tty OOuesau rer nrs
fww raa made active in East-
Am District Court of xeniieeseeijam
last Thursday. The federal eourv
-jaOCAftn ansn Cutshall car
ried on Jan. 4 was concealed, and
that the act violated the terms oi
iiidorment had been continued.
The U. S. court action resulted
in much local maneuver fog here.
The Buncombe jury panel was or-
dared by JW'-MM WW
appeared that Cutshall would not
plead guilty. Then it was decided
not to, appeal the federal ea
tence. and not to contest the Mad
ison County charge.
1st BBal JWt-
11 j a;
He could . have given a
f up to 20 years, he said.
This was the second time the
CtouAsll-Hensley case want to tri
al. The first one ended a mk-
ing the February torn.
when a juror became ill.
Head on Rt 8. were 1
4: for a
hwtice of the neace on a aha
Incident at CutahaH's store,
which Hensley allegedly fir.
gun at a juke box.
both Or wnom
Anderson, who wtu renre -u