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TIIE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Reynolds Sees Delay In Opening Park
This Summer. Weaver Believes Acreage
Is Now Sufficient For Gov. Acceptance
Radiophoto of German Troops Entering Cologne
THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1936
In Next Fiscal
See Expenditure Of More Than
$9,000,000,000 In Recasting
Of Gov. Figures
, H,r Plan $740,000
Required For Additional
Land For Park
Will BeiHnnnr Pnll rV
.i t li'
,, inferences with Secretary of
likes and Director of Park
I'animeier, Senator Robert R.
s held out little encourape
r the official opening of the
'I' , smoky Mountains National
.'t,:k ibis year.
Xhi- junior North Carolina senator
,1 he was told that before the park
i- ,. trivially accepted by the pov
,n, ,,t it will be necessary to ao-
2,,82 acres at a cost ot i4U,
sVorotary Ickes advised Rey.
that he had made every effort
ii,. this money to complete the
,'n.rk 1'Ut without success,
'rmil the park is officially accepted
the overnmeiiL nt j iiuiuh saiu no
einents w ouiu oe maue 10 iukc
t visitors. "This is certainly
..,.: dlscouraBing," he stated.
;, lu i si ntative Zebulon Weaver
,k's a different position on the legal-
,,f the government accepting tne
k. He believes that his bill set
i the minimum acreage for the
at 400, uou acres, wmcn amount
w in hand, gives the National
l uk Service authority to accept the
1 ,uk and begin improvements. Sev
, weeks ago he stated he intended
to have the North Carolina and Ten
( im ssee delegations call on Secretary
lekies to urge opening of the park
l ut as yet has made no move in this
Meanwhile it was learned that con
gress will soon be asked to approve
;,n authorization of $20,000,000 for
('(instruction of parkways and from
which funds will be included for
c. nipletion of the Blue Ridge park-w.-iy
connecting the Great Smoky
Mountains and Shenandoah National
Senator Ifayden, of Arizona, is now
preparing a bill providing for con
tinuing federal aid for highway con
struction during the fiscal years 193k
ami l3!t. . The authorization is ex
pected to include $20,000,000 for park
ways and $7,500,000 for road con
struction inside national parks. A
report on the Ilayden bill will be made
public within the next few weeks.
.secretaiv Ickes told Senator Rey
nolds he was endeavoring to locate
.. an additional $7,500,000 for the
parkway. This 18 different .tr-om- the
lands in. the Hayclen bill as these will
not he available until Julv 1, 10 37.
Ai-na.lv approximately $7,000.00-0 has
lien allocated for the parkway and
Ins will continue construction through
summer. In all probability the park
way will get a slice out of the new
relief bill. " hat is needed to finish
the parkway after the fiscal year 1937
will come from the Ilavdcn authorization".
Taken from Wavnesville Hi Life
"A" HONOR ROLL
Mary Ann Turner.
Junior t lass
Alma Mae Jackson,
draco Dean Leatherwood.
Mary Klizabeth Rhinehart.
Mary Llizahoth Palmer.
I lazel Carringer.
.Ma eg uei ito M tirph v.
,1a mi's Lea therwood.
I I ug-hes Morris.
I Seat nee llarrell.
This radiophoto shows German troops, armed and
Btcel-helmetcd, entering Cologne, key city on the
Rhine, in direct violation of the Versailles treaty
which demilitarized an extensive section of the
German frontier bordering French territory. The
photo was rushed to Berlin, telephoned to Lon
don, and radioed to United States. Sanctions may
be imposed on Germany by the league.
C. VV. Smith.
Mary Louise Palmer.
Sarah Jane Walker.
J oe 1 alhoun.
. lllaneho I n i l'.
i a ri le 1 nicha na n.
Ma lie ( ill.' s ('ii.
t a i i n Ma o ia llnwa v.
era I losa flock.
ari ie Ion Howell.
Ldit h Mc racket).
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Every test proves it's more
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it's more economical . . .
And every person will
readily understand these
simple A-B-C reasons
why it is more economical
The Chevrolet engine is the most economical automobile
engine produced today, because (1) it is a six-cylinder
engine, and (2) it is a valvc-in-hcqd six-cylinder engine.
.Its six cylinders use less gas and oil in fact, use
the least gas and bil-because six cylinders are the most
economical combination used in modern automobiles.
, . . Its valve4n-head. design .'Cut gasoline consumption
still lower because tftere is less loss of heat through the walls
of the combustion chamber in valve-in-head engines, and
the advanced construction of the Chevrolet engine gives
maximum heat (or power) saving. . . . Most important of
all, Chevrolet's more efficient cooling system, pressure
stream oiling and the greater accessibility of all working
parts result in more dependable operation, over a longer
period of time, with the lowest maintenance costs.
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SAVLc G.M. A.C TIME PAYMENT PLAN. Compare CheTrolet low delirered
prices and low monthly payments. Cherrolet Motor Company, Detroit, Mich.
AND UP. tut prim of ffine
Standard Coupe at Flint, Mich.
Wuh bum per $, tparr tire and tire
lock,thl ist price it $20 additional.
Knee-Actum en Matter Models only, $20 additional.
Prim quoted in thit advertisement are list at flint
Michigan, and subject to change without notice.
Sl ol l:i llnney.
llimler tir.shu ill.
A l m 1 1' Nichols,
.1 mimic lule.
(iciicva Sill I m.
St. icy illnirii.
V.. K. Clhlwell.
S.i rah Ann carswc
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l-Jsli'l- M.ie CillSdll.
I'.lizahel h ( iarrisiin.
I, ens Liner.
Marv Leal herwiidil .
PENNILESS MAN H1DS
IN $1,000 AT AlKTION
Itennettsvillc. S. V.
illmc to pnv
"The a u
uih; lit cm.
I le (lain t know th.it th,
,id In rn t he mayor- hiniK
The niayor. who prcxul
mi l . sent eneed Ii nil t o
- A st ra n;
and 1 1 1 -ii
ipending the iiIkIiI In Jrnl on
charge, it lie reckless hldder.
from a ncarhv town, told
'. ( rosl;i nd ill court :
uctloneci' said tliev were such
md 1 felt -rich: and 1
s over cil v
!,U or III
Spending of more than J9.0OO.0ilO,
000 in the next IUsc.il year wan in-ilii-ated
in a rei-istiriK of fincrnmcnt
tin.inei.il limncs and estimates.
If this sum should he snout, it will
represent the r.'aies-i nutkiy in any
pi ace-time car. Kxpenilitures for
the present fiscal twelve months are
cslliii.iled at .it, out $7. (US, 000. 000.
l-'idloWlllK I'll sldent Hoosevclfsi
fresh ,-,pp,.:il for $ I, son .000,000 for
relief, budget estimates uidicat.'d that
at least $S. .".0.000. 000 may he spent
in the year Lcm nitiK next July 1.
Not counting aiiylhinfc for the sol
diers' honus It was urnl -conservatively
an additional $ 1 .000,000. U0O
would lie needed for easb bonus pay
ments. liiidMetaiy figures indicated at least
.$ :i. Tills. 000, 000 of new horrowiim' dur
ing till' year. TIiIh would nwell the
1,-ross inildic leht to $35,045,000,000
hy Juno HO. 1 937. even though addi
tional horrowitm is not nweiwary be
tween now and next Juno 30.
Mistakes In Meat
.lack K icheson.
.la. k Hal. I..
I cutlet It 1 'al iner.
I .olita I - ndei 'wmi
iri:inl.i W i inht.
Tiiken from Wayncsville Jli.Life
over in the picturesque little city
of llillslioro, lllimiis, a woman .stop
ped Into a meat market in a flurry
one day an protested about an item
on her Mil. It seems nlie had been
charged with "torn cat," and she
claimed she hadn't received any such
order, and didn't eat Chat kind of
meat. Hut there U wn. on the hill,
as plain as anyone could Hi'e.
Meat markets net to lie pretty busy
places just before the dinner hour,
and if a clerk mis something down
in shorthand. II h to he considered
sh'oiihaud. and not Just rxaitly what
When It was explained lo the cus
tomer that the Item was Intended to
read ' tomato catsup," the situation
changed for the better and peace
Arizona Dencrt Monument
"Moiiiiiiienls of the Arlzoni desert
are Impressed natural -features of tliP
Soiiiiiucsi. 1'ihli In I lie dawn, tintml
deep rose at noon and veiled in purple
when the sun Is low, lliey rise several
hundred tec! I rum the Hour of Monu
ment vallev, I he t:ieiit, wind swept
pedestal id sandstone have loin; boon
the " landmarks of Indian and pros
pector. -Amour: the . weirdest are
Abulia's Needle ntid Hie slender 1 otcill
II Until Itf -
A B 0 U T
The law requires that we bejrin
making a levy on all personal prop
erty on the first of April, where
the 1933 taxes have not been paid.
It will be cheaper and less trou
ble for you to attend to this matter
On the first of April another and
additional penalty will be added to
all unpaid 19. taxes. .A delay just
increases the total amount that
will have to be paid. Don't hesi
tate, but come in and make settle
ment at once.
The Month of April is the time when all poll and property must
be given in to a tax lister. A severe penalty is added when this is
not done in the time specified. Any time during April.
W. H ic(KM
Tax Collector and Supervisor
ins Chevrolet Co., Inc.
WAYNESVILLE, N. C
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