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.11,.. r.rontpit Writ of
Habas Corpus Monaay,
l ,; Court here Monday granted a
of haooas corjius iur tmicn
er, 2f, one of lour oeiendants
' kiin rtver Simprinr
last inursaav uv uHK3irie
V Lea: ht i wooa alter .a neanng ai
!! h.iu-P before an interested
1 i. ."00 spectators, charged
. 1 - Tl
fir?! degree muruer oi i nomas
JuJitf Aiiey set next Saturday
r,r a; lo I. clock as the time tor
rlt 'i, W returnable. The hear-
;;: ' t hold in the judge's cham-
r tiic i jui't house here.
rf ;t .r.ivcts the sheritt .ami tno
h 'w cause why the detenu
, Potter, should be legal.
: . ctKody.
trusttirg tho petition. Judge
t-.l that Joo Liner, of
-. I!.-, i--umo the duty of serv
writ uf habeas corpus upon
.!.ii. I. owe. The writ, which
;- -da-riff to present the pri
... !' the court at 10 o'clock
iv niurnint,'. was served upon
r''' I.v.vc Monday afternoon. Nn-
; also served upon District
John M Queen, of Waynos-
I Tm , .- ,." ; r i, in for the writ, was nro-
,-i .badge Alley by Doyle D.
ev "1 xx aynesviite, attorney ior an
:'. the defendants. The petition
:" . 1 1. 1 1 : - ti the other thro., do.
s. Tiii v aare: Dewey Potter.
!i!"!hc!- if Clarence:' Erie Led-
i ard Wayne Totter. .14, son
-:ei!- attorney is expected
its .I'gument for the release
!uv I'otter from custody an
jrwuniK that the evidence is in-
. icier i ! ) warrant his detention
'be claim that he was miles
av :r..mj the scene of the shooting
!h- ime it occurred.
h'l f. ar of the defendants were
Urt',1 luM without bond until the
criminal term of Haywood: Cpun-
.Viinci-ior ( ourt. which will con-
- November 27.
WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
TIUKSDAY. (K'TOHER ;. 1933
Chairman of Drys
1. T. Hailcy, of C:mion, :.- chad man
of tile dry forces cf Haywood County.
-Ml. Ilailey predicts Haywood x:H "o
di y on Xovcmber 7th.
Haywood Man Is
In Jackson Sun.
Houston Gibson, 60, of Woodrow
Is Found Dead. Officers
Relieve Suicide i
James Atkins Is
n it i t
ii naywooa urys
-I. T. Hailey. Chairman of Dt vs.
Predicts Haywood County
Will Vote Di v
Onb Ts Organized
?' ! Hi-tchins. of Canton.
. n o-i I'l csident. .1. P.
if 'he Haywco.l
w:i Ivl.d Tuo.:-ifllci-
Tnt.ii'oli' one iif
i nun! ii
!' M , s-A .T. Hutchins of
' "' '' ';'atii prin-ipal of
,,:J-m.1. wiM'n chosen
i":1'"! firtt scci'etary. restiec-
.mmiH'r,hyi if this organiza-ci-tiiHi.t.H
uf nil superintend-
: I principals of Haywood Coun
'The.. ; .meetings will be
: ' . : :;c third Tuesday. The
1,1 '.!!)? the opranization will
-. if- aiiton High School
ocsuav. .ctoiH'r 1 1,
Fhc business session will
' ,!.v a banquet and so. will
.jiit".injt!.- hile the next
!;f held at Canton other
' o i c hold at avnesvillo
Aw-.irt-s will he forwarded
V of ,..,.b n,ti . .
: .itvv iiiir.
'fil!V.H '.'Kn. School, presided
olieson. principal of the
anton Bov Is
Killed By Train
i,r " :'t''l by a freight train
s u...;:-."'-.S. C.,. mtio daw airo
' us ( ami Fncloi- 1 f.
James "Atkins. , this city, was
named candidate for the dry forces
of Haywood county it a countvwide
iiK'eting uf the organization at -Clyda
.Monday -nighi. at which time over 100
interested" persons were' present.':'
-I I . Iailey, ol Canton, chairman
of the Haywood drys". in a 'statement
to The .Mount itneer yesteritfiy said:
"l am .reasonably sure 1 'that the drys
will wm in thl- county. Our cam
paign is progressing satisfactorily."
Immediately after the naming of
Mr. Atkins as candidate, the necessa
ry petition was prepared and those
pre-.ent signed it. 1'p until Wednes
day morning approximately 1000
rami'.; had been secured on the peti
tion. The petition .will Ite' tiled with
he board ' of- elect ions' probably on
'The -meeting at f lyd,. .Monday' will
likely l-e "he las! eountywiili' nire'mg
of- ', he dry.- ..before tin- elect ion. al
though there will be a ituin''i r of- riis
t.i'ie: nieiting in each coinnuinify of
he iiiitn'.y. Mi. Ilailey -aid Soy,
ei, I. .i'o.e':ing- h:ive already oeen lield
n.l htO'- arc M-l-eih:,.,!. '
I'll T lie-day nigli( l.'i of I ' !'. ( Iweii
nl-ie al I iviiwoo.r 'and i-.i'ie -da;, at
Tin- principal, .-peaia-i - ai -vlic .
ineeling at i 'iyde Monday 'w e.n..J . 'I',
li.iiley. chaiiiuan. .I .nie- Atkiiij.' i air
didali . I '". ' i.. I! Have:-, .ire-idinej
a l- of the Wayne.-ville di.-lin t lo'V.
A. '. .Joyr.or. of Canton and Kev
H.W. liauc'om, of fhis ri! See''al
ot her", made short talk.-'. ":
Mr. Atkiiis was h imed .secretary of
the dry forces at a meeting several
The body of Houston Gibson, 60
year old resident of Woodrow. Hay
wood county, wa, found shortly be
fore li o'clock Saturday morning in
the backyard of Sam Bryson. in
Mountain township. Jackson county,
about 10 miles south of Sylva.
Examination showed Gibson died
is a result of a gunshot wound, the
load entering the left side above the
heart. A 12-guarge shotgun was found
beside the body...
A theory of suicide is being con
side: ed by Jackson county ollicef-.
They -aid today that tile information
they have gathered is such as to per
mit ef no dclinitv conclusion regard
ing whither death was due to a self
indicted wound or to foul play.
Member-, of the Iliy-oii family said
they hoard a -hot and ru-hed out in
the yard, and found the body of Gib
son. Gib.-mi arrived a: the Hryson
home l-'t'id iv' for a vi-dt. lie was a
friend of the Ilryson family.
Slu'iitV .1. ,1. Maniy i- conducting
the inveslig.-ition along 'with Neal
Pills, of Dil'lioro, county coroner, A
coronet's jury viewed the body, but
its verdict wa- left open until next
Saturday to permit time for a thor
Victims Of Auto
Wreck Asking For
$53,000 In 2 Suits
-Mrs. A. 1.. Mead Named Defend,
ant In Damage Suit by Two
Two suits totalling $o: 000 against
Mrs. Arthur Mcjdo. of Uns cily.
were tiled Monday in Huncombe coun
ty superior court by Curl Hampton,
of West Asheville. and R. I.. Cook
of. Asheville. as a result of injuries
sustained in an automobile accident
collision on Highway No. 10. Au
The complaint tiled by Mr. Clark
sks for SaO.OOO, while the SdOOO
suit has been instituted by Mr.
Hampton. The plamtill's allege thai
nne tiiey were ,oiing m an automo
Oile toward Asheville between here
and 1 akc .1 inula-k.:. and til,; the
defendant ear "being;' ,i iVl ,, ln .,
'o.'k'e-- and dangeious fa-hion on
ie::g ;,!e . f : lie higliwav"
-:a-l:e ! :;:t,. :h- ic mtitf v and
-el loU-' Hljllled the;.).
M i - do, .Iclin-oii, . tii city- " a-
i iding w i:!i Mi -. b . ,,ie al the I line
colii-ion S;: died about '.' I
!i:iii- a I'teru ai .1 fioai aijunes -us-Mii..
d. . M .Meade i- still , the
1 1 a wood count lb mtal rci upcr.
'. I mg from in iu lie--,
M r Hampton driving the
a-li belonging to M. Clark, a tra
clmg sale.-mau of ih il!c Mrs.
Meade u :. itriv me a Chevrolet.
Hot h cai s ere lie . having been
driven less tlian L'SOO mile-. lioth
c were practically demolished in
1 be coll ision.
City Aldermen To Discuss
Changes In Police Force
C. E, Kay's Sons
Program In Store
i fix '- ftffir ilk x iMhiiii a tirtT i novo
Are 1,737 Dogs In Haywood
Held For (ieneral
Hans Von Below
Modv Of Former (iernian (ii'iu1-
ral as Sent To '. Washing-"
(on Tuesday. .Died Here
Needle Work Guild
To.' Hold . Ingathering
, n was made In L E
- ( anton. father, and Frank
.. -: .-f.a.xv boots which the boy
J n lft?- when the wheels: of a
detu Jlls bdy, causing in-
j . oaiu nic iv.g
' aro' in the army and
nu-rler on them rotxresentpd
':' serial tnumber .
,; I. ..au uctn missing since
hVf ar'flhe family had no idea
n.ja:" Wtil after being shown
vj" r account .of the accident
smiCT R. Y. P. U. WILL
i LET HERE SUNDAY
Pa--: , , ' organizations of
v :Va-urcnes announced this
- r -"ti.e xvou'.d be a district
., - c Fir-t Bajitist church
- r l,tm 1 u -t 2 Jl Th' is
:f m?e,iog and all meir.
.: .-"Kan.za-.K.n are urged
Tile Wiiypcsviile. iiraiiidi; . of the
Aeedle .Work. Guild'" of America will
hold the ingathering of gai.inen'..-' on
October the llh . hi the building
next door to the Waynewood Theatre,
The.' garments i M be jii disjday from
i,:30 o'clo:k unt; ') The ;)td)jc is
urged to attend and see .the: donations.
Mrs.. Thomas j. . Preston. Jr. . form
t rly .Mi s, . (irover Cleyeland, national
president of. the .Xeedlexvork Guild,
of America, has asked that each of
thu SUU b ram In s wage an active ev-erv-member-get-j-member
Slip said. "If we are to make good
President Roosevelt's promise, that
'this .winter Will not be dike the last
one,' we; must redaubl,, our etHirts
and extern i our s.eope of activity..
The. XRA h:i- put many persons to I Baron-General von Relow was on
l-'igures ohtaine.l from the court
house -here show that t here are 1 T.'iT
dogs in llayxvood counly or a: least
that is lioxx inaiiv were listed by the
taspiyers. Of this number. 1 -bill
ai e male, and .'!01 females.
. If this group o, "a-eonuntoil for
dogs" xvere placed in one line and
three'. feet allowed for each doc; the
line x On id. be anno' f a mile long.-.
-Tile records -.iow thai Mi'a e rd.i III
ioxvii-liip li-jed nii-iii. (logs than any
other. I lug . .'i. tier i llaie' listed .'!s
:ini 1 1 I. ! 1 1 :i t . 'ayiu;; x i ! 1 .
.' 'id xv it h t?'," I male' and I o.i
In-iply i in p i'e - -1 i 1 funeral ritei
. !.:. xx-1. re held Moniiay .night at 7 :d0
i n the C'na pel of ,t b.r- ( Jarre1, j l-'uiiei al
' I lime, for 'he late 1 '.a roil Jeiiei ul
ilans voti r.elow toMiieilv a lieiren
-lit-t'ein r;.i i M t lit- (Joiinan liiiicrial
Ai niy. who da d 'at a loca I lint e I las:
.fitly 'i'i'M' Hex . Albeit N'.oxv. Rector
s'i' ' i i . ii i "i, ii i i I, in ' i,. .Meant. a in ..
i;e0i o i:'.a',ivo- of 1 he lodge-, Wiv
n.a'i s , ( lui). V :i i . Mo'hei's Cii.7
(eiX'el lllin ;.:'. io'lai V Club, I he Allleri
c.n I'go i.. aiv.l other civic oigaiii
zat ioti- d' t he ci! y Were pres-eiit . The
-e'lxice- xver, o ic ii oil xx i 1 1 1 the playing
of ( ' !i ..i i 1 1 ' b'unc'liil : March, after
xxhieh ':,i;o rites of the Kp: i pal
church' xvere administered bv the Itev.
M. Xew. ''
Th:- funeial marches were. played
by Mi-. (Jra.ce ''rocker.
. i. il. Alley. liK-al attorney and of.
ficiaj i'eiire-e-ritative of the ljgal
post of the American Legion deiliVei-.o.
Hie '.eulogy'.- He . impressed the f ict
tlitit; all the xvounds of 1 h,. . late .war
were, healed and that it xvas a g'e;i.
Itonor ami iirivilego for him. repre
senting, the American Legion,, to do
honor at the bier of a fallen former
I'liemaft. , As. . rem e-entat ive . of t he
local tiost of the American legion
Mr. Al'ev gax-.'e the military salute to
ilii' c.'. -kel- in xvh.-K'h rested t he . body
of t h(, . general. A ft er t he del i veri ng
of. the eulogy, I'.eethoven'- Funeral
March was played- both marches be
ing' at the request of liaronnes von
Reloxv. xvidoxv of General von Below,.
who survives'. The benediction ;, was w
nronounced: : by the lie v. rather
Michael Carey of St- Johns Catholic
h u rch, AVay nes v i 1 le.
ex 1 1 :,
i II hip
Ii ; p i a' a too, i,, , i , ( , ! ! .x :
xx 1 ! i: ,; ' :':' ' : .' : i'-d. .
ago , ' , : , ' y j Ii .;; ,,.,!,
Tie ;V. II 1 1 , i , ' eld 'In ..Jlil'la 1 d"g
i i -1 1 ec a : i. a . i . i : ix '
Tow n .,! o Ma!, hi iiia.le
I i go ' '"' -I'll ' '. '
Civile :'!' I
0.ra'c.'.' l is; L! I
Cm; : :.- I
Ka-' I-.-' i ' i.:: ... 1 1
fata!e.i ti.-e- 'til' 1
Whit, 'Oak ' , .:, -S
Jotia! lei u II"
Ivy 'Hill ol II
Iron liiiif , diii. I I
Fiiie -i iv.-k . ' 1 is : did
lieav. : i.u-,1 " :i- .'."". '. II
Way ie i. ille . '; , .. .. ;J7I"-' ' in..
Tola! '; ' 1 I '.'J . ::o
354;a!lon S t i l l i s
Captured At (antHi
I ii e'.g -ii - nig ged eefioir of Hay
wood '-ii nt y. I h vvi- mile- ca--t, of - t.Vin
t"on: -l,iJ nify Slii-I'ilfs Sam .lus.fii;e -and
C. !;.'. '. Jo Friday .af'ornoon cait ured
a. J'a g iil' n .capacity- still, live gtilloiis
vf xvt;; la y and 1 -Ml' gallons; of - lieer
ling to the officers, the
work and taken many families off the
welfare lists, but it has hot paid, the
obligations , incurred . by those fam
ilies, during the lean years, . nor can
it provide a nest-egg for the. :. rainy
day that may come any time. The
burden of sudden illness, death, child
birth or the. loss of . home and cloth
ing by hie or flood must be carried
by welfare agencies. Those of us who
have been hearkening to the cry of
humanity over a long period know
that in times of war.: and in ' times of
peace, in years of plenty and in years
of famine the .poor Wve have with
During National membership week
w-hich will be held all over the United
States during the '. week of ...'October
8th to- Oct. 15th.-. each nifmber. of the
Guild is expected to get .one - new
Last year over 600 garments were
given and distributed in this vicin
ity, the majority going to the needy
ch'iMren in th schoils. The need 'jis
he Staff of General HihdenbUrg dur
ing the Rus-ian. campaign of . the. late
war and was later in 'command ot a
corps of Imperial German troops on
the Western front... He was decor
ated by the Imperial German Govern
ment , with . the Pour Le, Merito. the
highest honor :.which could be be
stowed upon an officer of the German
Army. He had resided in Washington-
D-.C'; for several years, since' the
xvar closed and had spent two sum
mers in Waynesville when he died
His body Was sent to Washington.
I). C. Tuesday for , final rites and
COMMUNITY CUT. HUSBAXDS'
The niembers of the; ''Community
Club will have their annua! husband's
party tonight at: the. .Waynesville
, A buffet supper will'. 'be serve-1 at
;0 followed by. a square (lance anu
even grea-e- this veir and every: one: " loiiowet uj a s,.,u,
C 4 " ft; J ti.,. . n venrlv .other entertainment.
is ui geu ,m juiii. ' .- : . .. , , ... . -.. : .
All memners ano umi, nuiano.-. t
urged to join
due?. : Just : two garments, given a
year makes onP a member.
invited to be present.
full opoi ation at the-time '.of
its e, oyery and two. unident died
opera:.'! : lb'.! into, the 'woods to safe,
ty. a -"the (Hicr, apjiroached.
l)ei.i:j;y ;,.)itstieo said Saturday that
C K. Ray's Sons have completed
their remodeling program in their
department store here and now have
irranged and on 'display one of the
largest stocks of merchandise ever
pri'sented in any store west of Ashe
ville. In an advertisement in this
(week's paper tli.y c ill attention to
the tact that their Mock of fall
meichandi-o i complete ami is being
ollercd at n. i great mcrca ,. in price-,
ox i i p: ex lolls e 1 1 -. one to t be fact
t l.a ! mui h ot' it xx a iiookcil about a
x ea i ago
I he ea: il e stol e lla bei ll real -langcd
and iciiiodeleil. All niodern
li : oi i - liax e I'd a added and sex cr.il
nia.lor , haiigt- made ;n :.!ie geiu-ral
do,o piaie- of ! he stoic. Xexv .dis
play l oaaiei . h.ax e heen in aalloil and
I lie :.. k 1. 1 . aped ,oi th, coiix I'liiciici
- I : in-' r en- loiiier -.
Nex i in I. 'xx list ii res iiaxe been
piiivha -ed. nu luding a . oinplele
i : ol "xx o, nil k ins " These a I e
I lie tatii . fixture n xx inch
dresses and coals are displaced. Tliev
are made of pi ipj;i f .wood and so
constructed a- to sboxx to an aitvan-
uige the outlines and cuts n new
model, drosses and inals. 'I'liis -store
is one of Hie liist in the South to in
all this new lype of I. ! ui'e-.
.See (lie advertisement on pages lour
and lix e in t his issue.
Pliiy Here Friday
I'rict's lor G'aiiHv llat llvvn
Ht'ducfd. iWan.v Nnv Mvn
lo He in Lino l'p
F.laled over I lie fan t hat they held
Asheville to a lied score of'rt Hmi (I.
th,, Mountaineers h.ixe f.oni xxoiking
hard l hi. n.cek I'm: ilie . Hayesville
g.'inie here 'Friday xx Inch tin -x e
peel to add to t heir li-. t of icteil'le...
Almo t :i"M I 'wit lie- ,e, t In- .V he-viili-
'game la-t I'd iday, xx liieh xxa - a
nii and l uck allair during t be lirs t
half. In tin third iiiarli-i A t i i!li
broke linoiii'li fnr-a touchdown'."- The
Mount unoer . held (licit own. and in
he hi : tin i li-innl., of idav Ki-i xes
lo el I.Jiidgi-.a pa,, which xxa- good
to) to yard . On tin- Ij.-xt play lb exi s
ti l - '-x Ko a p i- , xxdiicli re lilted in
:: ! - mi i-In b i a. I.'i ni a ;.:' -ed.a drop
kick for an e t l.a p. i nt
I 'it'l'i i at le i tiy -a nii.oiiii e,l -ye- -ii.-ida.x
that many in-xv laei xxtll be
ei '; : i ii t lie gam,; Ft ii!. ,'y. , nuinber
I lil 1 lia'-i been in;, nli , due to
llllliol- 111.(11 l e ! tie U,, . ., e, i lied I II I
iti-i A ' hi 1 1 b - came
I'mci- lot I ' ia;. -' ga rue 1 1..-1 -e bee.'i
i eii llcCii : ! ;;0. a i n:l -lo on
I' liiiik Smith, will' be mi; -i d from
1 he sepiad. .t he n'iiiaiuder of ' !.,. a--on:
(le left -ehool till- week, but
in hi'.' jdace Ijoiigia:.- .Moote' letter
.man ol la-t year xxiif ;'te back,
di tire i a. iia rtoriia'ek. '
Finds U ay i n ivv)
Cut Mowers 'iresii
Meeting Is Set For Tonight. Two
Resignations Are Expect,
ed to He Called Tor
d by one
The members of ihe Board
of Aldermen of this city are
.scheduled to bold their regular
monthly meeting tonight at the City
Hall, at which time they expect to
discuss changes in tbe city police
lorce. it was learned oHigudly yeste-r-day.
No. ollicial statement xvas made,
howexci by any member or rvc.
board. -except that tbe matter xxill be
t hoi iiugnly discussed and it is ex.
Peeled th ii at lea-t t xx o ' changes xx ill
I In Mouiraiiieer xvas i
member , f the board tha
woubl he made to a-k the ii-ignat ion
' I 1 vv o menibei-.- ot' the l,.n-e. It -ras
oitiiii, iled that the iv-ii:ii:i:i,.fi would
I'e -."Uclr 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1 ! i . 1 1 1 1 x .
Id;,, e'.iin . of ) -:i iiat ion i- an
. atgioxxtb of the acliou of the police
a: 1 h. A-li.-x ll. W ax ne-x die loot -!-''!l
game on la-l Fri.la.x when
t'ici t,-l all light eok pl.oe All
IllU'e iilcoll'ers ol tin bo;
slat . niejil about, the all'air
I a -in ! ei in I tig it 'a -
ill' !"xii ol Wax uesx die. Since the
.iii .i 1 1 , i ' i e i e lias iieen iniicli ,-ini ":en '.
- - I -'re liici I s . i it,, s, ,ioo ail.
Ihontie- ill and open letter to this
paper sexcidy crit a ie, the police
I "I t bei r act ion . I''nda-.
Sam II, .lone.-. , hairnian of 'he
police deparlmeiil. o,l The Moun
taineer yostcrdax that there xvere 7
or S aiipliealiiuis already in for
Ida. e- mi tdic force None of these
applications liax,. been ollicial ly con
sidered by the board. . Mr. .lories said,
abhuiii'dr be has ma,!,, in est ig.it.iou
a- "o th,, (iialilications ,,f ;iliiio-t all
of t ho apilicaiits.
M t .lone, had no stateinent, to
make prior' to the .board meeting to
night, xxhi.di xxill be ,.n executive
meet iiig. ot her than to say that I bo
matter would he discussed ami he
.'viiecteil delinite act ion xx mild -be tak
en, It xvas said hy one mentU'r of the
hoard that Chief ,,f I'ohce .lames
Stllllglield. had appeil'eil befolN. the
hoard asking '.hat i hau'ge.-,. bo made
"ii 1 he police force, ( bief St ring.
I" Id xxa alli ii'lmg in-liie court am!
a not on ,lutv at tin- hall pari-.,
Friday. , ' '
The nu-1 i.i I ii t; of t he imatd of al-
a i on n a i e .1.1). Wax Sam II .
l- n. and l..lla:iliu .1.1 r. ... Mayor
'It A l k i n- mi i , h.n rman of t lie
(onl erence To Meet
In Asheville 10(h
'. A. 'Jl : gi..,:
N.C Cafe, 'tried,
last week xxdiiei,
Cllt iblWI I ;
(Jetiige: tried "ie
ah K-illcli dah" .
,'.e. r of !,. U.W
a', li m evperrmeiil
.. c'ia'i tie it 't ii keep
i lunger. : Mr.
:- liegi llletl.; i. I It . on
.i-'i'i: found ' bat i ia-
iax - -at t or .iiei.ng ml
! lie (lav- i' ' w-i .. cut
(lower s-ev, is
was as fi
from 1 he - a
About ai; :!( b o f .-; . . i r xva -
placed i-i ic xx a'.i i t or a f. -.x
KecOnd . be! ' ' ;. - liutt ing in the 'a e.
About a 'i a poiui of common :. s ilt
was placed ,;: the xviiter in the va -e.
I'. A. .Co,...
' ; : 1 1 . ' ';''' i ' ' I, an hex
.'! : - da;.' ;,. tsee ( le ' li. t-' jo,:' v,t
: i .;.-1 x ' x Me ., (, S. Fte.';' of r an
' xx le i di -I tiei eli. ii i in ill
'The' lliellie 'of the 1 1 mg i. a 11 1. o f . t lie
on;, xxdl be "C! i.eii-hip " Soine' of '
'le'- .'( -I a i id big -peaker- ...I tlie s-,at'
a i e ...i heduloil o a niiea i on fhe- ro
giam during .the dav. "- 'Fin.- '-pe.-ikers
incliidi- :M i-s,- . Al. .Martin; : dt
held . seriel-.itx Air- '.l F, . ll.-n.ler-on
-..ite pteddi.iit and Or. Albert.
Co.-tl.e- -fontldet of" 'h,, ilotltir..: of
giive i it 1 1 ! i ( .' ' Mi';.. I'l'-eel will pre--'d.-
a (;'.! ho i oltfe l i ne'e...
I .ill irrt' . I In--"pa ' t.y - r ";i nutii-,
J i ' of. I '. . T: A mi. i lit." ' liax.- been
i'e'! ' in fhi 'oiiiil'.' and 'he interest
.". .'. n ha- I.e. t; c-' aril viiig. - and it is
i :cet,e 1 : b . ' a 'la- ' t'c ihe.-ga: i..n f roin.
I! -ix: wooii eniiii' - w'tM- a't. nd the con.
fei once, '.-'
.Deputy -..lusiiee sain aiuruav- mai . : , .
this wi,;: the .eleventh stiH . taken in COmniUnitV V HirS
tha' '- icinttv . in. the last several I ' .
Will lie Held Soon
mot:-', and that many gallons of beer
and: .viiiskey have heem destroyed in
this -e'"' ion of ..the' county.
Buried On Sunday
V I iiierar. services for. Dick South
er'a'i'l were conducted Sundtiy after
no'.n at ,:-.(), at the Garret Funeral
Home. "Uncle" Dick, as he was
knoxxn, died a- the. Haywood Ounty
Funeral . -eivices were .unndudted
by Rev. .0.:'.C. Landrum. pastor of the
Hazelwood Presbyterian church. .. In
terment was in Green Hill cemetery.
Surviving are only his nieces iind
nephews and onP sister-in-hw .Mrs.
P. E.Campbell, with whom he lived.
' William M -Cracker:, who has been
vi-ifirg his grandparents- Mr. and
M: -. T. X, Ma-sie. Vft yesterday for
hi's home, in ll'tck Hill South - Car
Plans ii:f. 'underway for tv com
munity -fairs, to b,. held in Haywood
county during this month, it was
learned y. -terday. The first will be
held at " local high school on Sat
urday -2J - t - Qri t he following Satur
diy one ..will: be staged at th.. Clyde
High Si 'vol- .
.The fairs are being sponored by
thP vocational boys of the school Un
der the supervision of W. D Smith.
Detailed information will be given in
next-week s paper, ..
H I M. KT I N
At 10 ::( oVIork la-t night the
condition of "J. M. Mock was re
ported as "heinjr critical." His
condition was altout the same as
jt. had been for the pat 1 hours.
He has heen ill for about (en days
at his home.
''.' W. , L. Stribieg. ' hdxer of Macon.;
Ga... tiied early Ta. -day ni.ii'tiing- f rom
injuries su-tai: ed when he ran off
iSaii'lay with his
torcycle , rou'e to the hospital to
see. hi- .x : ami two-week--o!.l so:-.
His r:gh.r t'-it't xvas cut. off in the i.T ''
id.-- : die .a!-o siitfered ' interna! in-.u-
"' - ; IL. had t'-..ught-over jjiitf. .;'ig.".- '
;r ie- life a, J xxasir 17. ' :.
. Miss'-.M.arV- Stringfied. Miss Iay
Crawford Mr. Lee Davis. .Mr. Aaron
Provo-t, and Mr. Sam I3u.-hne!l mo
tored to (Jreen-borii Saturday to -co
the. Duke-V. M. I. game an 1 spent
the week-end in Chapel Hill:. -M iss
Crawford went from Gtcci -! o
Bot'tori xvhere she is a member .f the
senior -cfaw f S:i:gent , School of
Phy-icar Fducation of I! ton University.
: stat. !' 'irgit:i t b
s'ate ' X'l'i'e for reti.
lS-e atlH!-: !',t. '; Tho! ' -' '.
t-. 1 in fax ' -r, of .repeal-:'
: f tho
I ' :'. F- Le Morg ;-:. retu' eed ' : his
horn, ot Waslnng. ,I. C. S it-day
aftc a v:sit o relatives in Clyde and
V. r. n- -vilb Mr-'. M rear, who ac.
-; 1 1 rt . i i : o- a t
Mr-. W. G. PyeT-
bu-'a': i ; Clyde -v
.'ays-, with Mr. and
; i 1