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.I'i'wttc-A-Wcckln The County; Seat of Haywood County At The Eastern Kut ranee Of The Great Smoky Mountains National Park
N. IS 20 I'.U.l.s
Have injr W yow child
hood dreams ceme irorV
"Yes. whe my mother
uurd to amll my hair I wba
rd I didn't have any."
WAYNF.SVl.il'.; N. I'., Till KSDAV .fTtRNtX)X JTNF. II, 1931 .$3.M In Advance In Haywood and Jackson Counties
Piedmont Group Enjoy View From Devil's Court House
( ore than one way to
k His picture nau im
r.mim.ntlv during a re-
i'1 . J
4 wmpaiK", -
4 lost, he wasapreny
( jjure - he thought.
m the street one day,
I. iit nrobably prac-
ilWlww r - -
a,aext election he was
n vnil somewhere be.
Li with a twinkle. "I
L prised." the Dig
it "my picture has been
meaner and maga-
'shat I thought," ex-
. m,stloner. . . Now
Ur, just what were you
nf Hueh Francis as
K third generation of the
inilvto serve in mis ca
fe Francis' father. C C.
ud his grandfather,
inch, were both super-
k before him.
1 Water-Sewer Controversy
ss ' v ; ' - . "
Now Question For Courts
Vaynesville Shows 80
Growth In Last 10 Years
A Flying Start
Lrt out-raced all other
V to become the chief
Vii the Haywood Com
I roup insurance program
ninta effect .In the early
Jav mornine. The plan
Iftctive at 12:01 a. m. and
lie first patient, a mater
ia admitted to the Hay-
sty Hospital. Of the next
Emitted, all but three
Mere of the maternity
This morning a party of some SO folk from Eastern Carolina visited IVvil s Court House and tlu Henh tiap area. Villi l-rfeet weaili-
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er,.and beautiful flowers, the group were enthused over me trip, this pieiure. mane m ..u ,. .. .,
shows Sam Robinson, and Major W. J. Stone, of Canton, Carl Goerch. i ailer and oru.mier o( the urt, Altn.l Williams, Kd llardiMin,
and Major General K. O. Shoe.
Haywood To Uphold Rights
On Koad Down r igeon iiiver
1 1 . . w.i. 1 v niTiil! I A I , Lot ;il headers Scl
W.iMiesville was in the top ten
etltes anl towns o the state in
urouth lor the III ear period from
HMO to Hl.'x). aeeordtiiK to a ieeont
compHriMm made by the University
I Nes Letter
Wawiesville showed an inerease
in iiolnilalioii in the 10-vear period
of "!!! per lenllt and ranked tenth
In the slate .lai ksonville led with
IlliO per rent, but Is near Camp Le
Jeune. whii li aiTiiunls for this fact.
I he nct Western Carolina town
was Itulhei loi dtnn. which held
2'lnl plate with a .l.r) per cent ill-
ereas-e Krevani had 21, Heiulerson-
i v 1 1 It- 10 Asheville 111, Canton
! showed a decrease ol 2 2. and Mar
j ion also showed a decline ot 5 (i
delegation left Asheville , pel ' C ut
ti:t( with Patrolman Joej ''he ollinal census tinure for
I li adliiK them. Alderman i vv nrsMll,
Kelix Sloall hroimht up the rear
Enjoy Trip To
Beech Gap Area
",lus mole than we expeiti'd'
was the Ki'heial comment of soon;
SO l'.asleiii Carolina visitors here
todav alter a pie-noon visit to
Devil's Court House, Heech (iap.
and the Sherwood Korest Area
The ilelenallon, ananned Itv Carl
Goercli. of Italeigh, had "a delight
ful I line, and eVei l.vlunH w as love
iv." Ihev said as thes arrived lu re
lor lunch at the Townc House
Bounls Fail To Settle
ary Injunction Is
n iv i, I, k T I N
A temporary injunction, re
straining the rutting oil of th
water in llazrlwood, was serv
ed on Dr. Tom StrinRfield.
Waynesville alderman and
chairman of the water com
mittee, about three o'clock to
day. The injunction papers
were sinned by Judge J. C.
Rudisill, and stipulates that a
hearing would he held in
Sylva, before, .Judge Dun K.
Moore on July 4th.
of Hie 30-rur motorcade, as they
went into the Sherwood area
Meet inn the group at Hecch ( lap
was a local group headed ny nave
I'elniet. president of the Chamber
of Coinmerce. and (I. C. KeiKuson,
A. P. Ledhetler, ami . others.. Soil
drinks and lee cream were served
on lop of the mountain On Wed
nesday niuht Charles Iv Hay and
W Curtis Huss, of Waynesville, and
Sain Robinson, of Canton, mel with
the Kioup. and told them of the
plans (or the day .
W of a meeting did you
masked the other ilayof
: who attended a rather
Mng. ; '
f perfect," came the an-
4 orip rami)- eater in the
hp, and she sat next to
Rncsville fire department
' the second call since
s a small blaze caused
rn. circuit in an electric
S. John's school called
fitment about 9:30 today.
f morning firemen went to
intHree to save the home
R buildings of Rex Mes-
"e destroyed his store.
f Clem Fitzaerald The
we coming out of the
,'w when discovered,
raiesville firemen extin-
rie bur mniy so, mimne
l"e home nearby,
Urcvard Joins Willi
Haywood In Pushing
Havwood officials and civic lead ,
Crs took occasion yesterday I" em j
phatically give citizens in (mimics
opposing the building of the Pi
geon River Road the true lads in
. A letter signed by Charles C. i
Francis, chairman of the board of j
commissioners; David Pelmet, pres- I
ident of the Chamber of Com
rnercc. and Paul Davis, president ol
fhc' Merchants Association, cited
the facts, and background of th"
proposed water-level route to New.
- Letters were mailed lo Mi'
News-Record, Marshall; The Asia
villc Citizen, and The Times-News.
Hcndersonville for publication.
.. norinp I hp course of invest iga- !
tion, the local officials leanied that ;
22 from Buncombe attended the j
initial mass meeting in Madison
county last Friday night. ,
Another meeting is scheduled for
Friday night at the court house in ,
Asheville. One representative from i
(See Brevard Pace f
li DITO K 1 A I-
Pi-eon River Ro;ul Musi lie Duill
Haywood Answers lluiuomlie andMiidison
If Haywood County, ;ml our ih i;;IiI"'i s lo the wi :.(,
ate ever lo have a toad lo TciiiH'ssee. will liavt- lo
overcome the strom; ami selfish altitude ol Madison, Hun
combe, and some folk in Henderson. It Heciine clear
veslerday that the civic leaders ol lliese 1lnrr munli.",
are in no ways interesled m the full development ol I he
area as a whole.
For several days eivie le.-Wlers o ll,,v I h,,.-
1(cn tryiiiK to uel 'T"SS lo Die ,u,f e.v.l ol !!. I'M li' h
I'.road. the true farts llui facts thai .or a main i ..
record. For an answer we reeeiv.'d ddoi led di ,d ..
;,nd aelion by the Asheville Chamlx r ol ('..., nunc-. -nm
they would back the French I?mad nvrr p".eel and
attempt to block the Pigeon Hiver toad.
The action uf the leaders in Tumconibc, and Madi
,.,a ,.mn iii Henrlcrson' Dtoves hevond all nu ;::iti
son, ikiu it. ..v...... , i
(hit Pacts About
Koad Down River
'I he I ; i . 1 1 1 1 Clianiliri ol Coin
mm r 1 1 1 1 1 -t I 1 1 ,i wood and nihil'
today mi ; .li oii.: suppm I ol I lie cull
-.1 1 ui I ion "I Hit' wain li'M'l hli;h
ua down I'mt'on I!im-i lo New
Thr I . i v , I v I resolution w a pass
ed hv llic Cliainliei o ( om.ineice.
,,,,1 nes mailed lieie lod.n. as
In olln'i s in W'i I
I n Noilh
I In Hn
Is now S,2HH
The town limits of Waynesville
were extended lo include Aliens
Clock. Kast Waynesville, and some
lerntoiy on the Dellwood road,
Oi C. of C. Board
Mailers ruiinmn limn increased
tillice liallie In Inuhwavs elaimed
ithe attention ol the directors of
The court house parking lot was the Ch'ambei ot Coinmerce here
ictived lor Ihc dclt'Katlon during
Ihe liinehfon period. U'HVing the
'low ne House Ihe group motored
IhroiiLih Lake .lunaluska, with
-miie remaining here, and others
uoinu into oilier pai ls ol I his im
Mi , (loercli nigam.eil the lunlor
eade alter gelling such a lator
able impression oil Ihe (rip several
H. C. Wiiburn
All commillees reMiiteri uniistiat
increase in aclivdios Inclutllntt ad
erlisiiu:, mad projects, highway
situs, and aciicullurc The board
has under conslderalion a iall agri
cultural program. Ihe details are
nisi in the niakiiiK
Mis (IoiiIoii Sehenek reported
much inleiesl in advance sales of
tickets lor the Cherokee Drama.
Dave I'l'linrl, president, announc
ed Dial tentative plans for the an
nual haniuel stere in Ihe making,
Willi an oiilstanilinu speaker now
woi k 1 1 1 1: out a dale for Ihe event.
thai they ate no longer inteiesle
I m Western N
! Oil' slat, ll I'll I'l It
I'.UIH (Mil li lOIMllV
was h 1 1 1 pU'.lK'd
j l.illieullilM h.ieKi cl
I t r ( 1,,1'nli. l "I (
I ImlliJ. .Illeluh': '
; ut 111. i'i em li I'.' o.mI
,r ' titl.lt ' I ion
j mad In l i imes'scc
.. - To Ha-, .point. I In
ol Ilaw-O'lil pnllll
I r ojeel al r efial a
1 and have no dnei i e
1,1 I Hon e
.lunaluska, The Man The
Name The Places" is Ihe title ot
a ;'0 page booklel just published
hv hi dorian II C Wllburn The
intei and some illusl ial ions aie
pi ii iliawieiis by Douglas (lianl,
and i r.'dil for alt work is also uiv-
a 1 en Prank Miller and .lohii Taylor
! Mr Wilhurn began his research
leaders j win k during hU. tenure as- acting
two i helm ian for Ihe Great Smoky
. and apail Mountains National rain lie nas
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imeelion I he iiocuinenieu ins Httoon.
15 Car Owners
List Late Taxes
It appeared this mo'innu that
h temporary restraining order,
would keep the Way nesville-Ha.zel-wood
water-sewer controversy "at
is" until a later dale
Officials of the to towns met
earlier this week, but failed to
arrive at a (inal settling Mint.
Since the Waynesville board had
previously given llaadwood until
June 15lh "to settle the delinquent
water bill" it is expected an in
junction will be sought in lieu of
Ten days ago the llazelwoml
board, in a published letter lo the
Waynesville officials, an mill tired
that according to their record.
"Waynesville was due Ha.elwood
almost a like amount '15.000. for
rental on sewer line charges."
II h these two points---(lie uf
water rates to Hazclwrmd ,aitd the
sewer charges against Wavnev
ville. that remains unsettled, ,
temporary restraining order would
mean that the spigots In Hazel
wood would continue lo flow while
the mailer Is being carried lurtlier
in the negotiating phases towards
OITicials of both towns have fre
quently made Ihe statement that
"they hoped sellleinent could tie
( made soon".
i As Ihe matter stands today. It ii
j right where it was, as l.ir as ltal
! fciMxl waler consumers air con
1 i iriK-'t hark hot .lami.m when the
; til l loi ui.il delii out lor eOUment
' u.i. snuclit bt Way lie ,vi! le
! a ,i .lliwy
I i,,''! i p! in) to !
I IV 11.
.IVK ft MONTH SKMI NCT
'itree-Iron Duff Set
Jool Needs In Meeting;
?rove Program Planned
" Of thp rmKlro0Jr,m
breached a unanimous.
on Urn;- i .
...vu stiiuoi neeus
"f nieht u..
r.hlems in view of the
'he remalnriAr nf fhp
approved the suggest-
ed school editorial ;
procedure of The Moun a.m. ' and ,
adopted such .a p- th4,
resolution, as tney ais c
attitude of ci.tzens . , " " ;:i
such a method 'ot proceot,,. ... - ,
ting Haywood schools imf";v-- ;
A Committee was nan ,., !
sent the recommenoaooos
other than what profit they can derive
This selfish group apparently refuse to
Pigeon River road dates hack lo VX'A.
olma adopted the original toad pi"
d that for 25 or more years they luive
. n. te n i tA.'f i .1 t vi , i , - '
to i ennusnt-t-, v I...-.
Asheville proudly announces to the worl
is the Eastern Entrance of the Great Smoku
Hnectors of the Chamber of Comme, l to
,wn on a road which would open up
. e .i... T).,..i iil.i. f';ttalooehee atK
pal T oi me i am ""
;md theuart nearest to Asheville am
Aiti-ntion is called to the fact that
sible Haywood County gave up the revemt
from 60.461 acres of land now in the " ''
thousands additional that have, gone into the
tional Forest in the Pigeon area.
- u .ii hmk down to the fact, thai, A.,hcvil-U
have become so selfish that they an- w
when Not ' h
I i,i' I a pa'i'd
, ,, i v that : ell I ig noo reieit ot,- .nn -m
".'.", ,,;'r ..V . V,,.. .m to I igmal sources which he has eon-
V, Oil II was ' '!' . "
,d to Ten
inn.l beat'1 il'd
i ('ii el; ;n .1.)
the ..talc ea: I'.v.ii 'I.
ii make Ihe Pat k )o:--
; and Madt-
ised II the PliM ail
I lie la -l ill I lie ni ll'
I l)J III J I l' -. I'l III'
i nail al i.lf I lial an
,li, , , 1 I I all II nil No
i j) I i'i in,: tin
,p, ,i k lot a Mi Wilhurn's aim has heen lo
,,. p i make o .lunaluska a real historical
mil vUin h is j personage, and to lift him fnmi
lie iin-re legendary and n aim ion
u Cherokee Indian elassil ieat urn. "
I i ' '
in -I mii I mi
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 met
i mad wou'd
; VII, and are
( lnl I'i a i ow ll' is w ho tailed I'
j list then nioloi vehicles lor taxes j
1 III .laiiii. ii ., have t oiulilied w M h llici
warning li lav collet lor Sebe Hr.y-i
j son The lax oil lee lecenlly receiv-1 .vt.Ss j nf tins county, was
led a eomphle list ol car owners 1,11 ,,,,,.,,,, , As,ville pohep court
'the ,mml ami this list is being.'
!e ked w he listing sheets I 1(1 s'rve rigid n.onlhs for. Uc.eny.
DIlKials s.,v I hat liundreds of 1MB"' s "'' ' "" hfre
eais weie nnl listed lor 1050 taxes. I lor breaking and entering
Officers Find Still In
Full Blast; 3 Men Flee
'i in i
!pour More File
ni e ear
wi, " Thursday and
w scattered thunder
Lrded by the Staff of
JV Max." Mia.. Rainfall
sent ine rt (.nminis-
county school board, ann
. ' ...hoi, such a meeting r .
5 " nmmit.ee is l'"ntp..scd
'Fd-Nolahd. Jack Rogers ar-;
vis Caldwell and urea -V
Noland. chairman n.
school committee, presided at
The group adopted a plan -,ng
for converting their audit r, -,nB
1 .. niiflilnrmm. and
um-gm. imo - f.
grounds. . . ix.itit-
Af::aW of other
we would -ike .)U, we rcaP
ile the situation o
county as a whole, an at
(See Crabtree -rase i
Ming lo di:,iupl;o;(
ol! ue .1 Wavie
unit cm i I ion -Three
I ' j " piiirr- on
hoard. Th' y ar-
tt ii;. rie-ville
( hai " Thotn
I I ! ,i ilv Med-
i Is Set For Sunday
I The annual I .cat bet wood lie
onion will be held Sunday at Seay's
1 Mot,,r Court. Highway No l!A-2:
The regular picnic al noon will he
i ,, eat ore of the 'lay's program.
An unusually large attendance is
,. Havwood ollners walked took to their heels right up a steep
four miles up Wilkins Creek over mountain
a lough trail in search lor a liquor One operator left his jacket and
i still, and came upon I lie operation lunch
.. going full hla-l The olficers got
I,, vtiihm :iu liit ot lin still t)f-
me Hie npeiators realised they
were am when- about The tli-tlllers
look India.- Ihiek iiiidergrnwlb. and
I lie ullieeis were light on the
,Hll when the inen saw them and
wide progress tn order to have "ev,. y' lung
,:..i..i tu Titnr-s-News. l!etvl''i:;o
In an eauoiid. m.. - -
.1 . . .-Is.. nnl 'Ml ' ' -'ll I'"
lar mai we nocu ;,
misses the mark so
. ,.nt c lar as o sa nit' i i. ""
SU , ; They need a new, and
e map. and further study of the f.cts as .sen, He
earlier this week. Them points, according
tn a modern map. are 50 miles off.
On the question of the intet-remona road, s -r -..nef
referredto as the ::supc,-h.ghway,- Havwood a
T . or such construction; Naturally . is -xpfded
dwouEbc bu.lt as a modern high
ThpTocation for the 'interregional highway is a
"LtoSlbvthe Federal and State engtn
hKwS conuent to leave that decision to t erm
Our understanding, however, ts that the purpose ot the
(See Editorial Pae 6 ,
la --a . ' .il.l.'!.a'e to I'd'
Ha.. Iwonri I' i'-'' k 1 "'l,-r
, . .L-ie- a t ae'e on
(laelwiMid board ol aldermi
.,,,.-elil -el, no give
W.iyne-.tille two tandidiitcs lor
and light lor aldermen
lew nofl lias ' in ee . ......
! mi and live loi aniri men.
1950 Community tads
To Be Given Here 23rd;
in,, slill u.i. made ot an Oil
drum, with Hie cap and worm of
inppil Ahoul six quarts of liquor
had heen made, and three barrels
o mash nearby would have made
about 24 mote gallons, officers
The operators had used a horse
to pack m supplies to the still, and
had 'a t;ee for hitching the'hnr.
The mil fit had been m Use for a
lung lime, officers said,
Thos,. making the raid were
Deputies Carl St Uei , Kverftle Hc-
Klroy, and Karady Noland, .
'j Haywood Man Is
Arrested 3 Times
For Driving Drunk
,,eK' ood election is June :t0. :
Hie Wa new tile election is 1
Th'- eani' -.of lutiel - in Hie IU.V1
Cmnmnnitv I levelopmenl Contest
are to he ai rniini ed at eereuionies
-,l H,e ( '11111 1 linns,- on Saturday.
June at I I n i loi k
Se'.eial agrii ulti.iral aultiorities
are espeiled to he piCsenl Among
One Havwood man. will face .pose imp.-o a.e ........ .
Hire,, separate Charges ol driving I., II S uitis ol the 1. A and
drunk on the highways-all since f)i' J
Februarv. '",U11' 1(1 h,'J" Colllfce .
The defendant is slated for trial Judging of the communities was
m the July term of Superior Court (.(.,lipeteil the latter part of Jan-
., ...,.cinj hu ihri-e different , uAaA w
.., ' ue ttniiiw -.j ----- u-'U'V ov a comnioi.t- "fufi
TO Visit W aynCSVlllC !pa,-lmen on the three occasl.,nv : K,ihi,l ln(, Bl8Rlei home spec-
Members of Ihe Parks Omimdlee i Court 'revahon 1 labst. and C K Clark, farm spee.al
ol the Slide Department of Conser- w;.ll n, an P mancnt revo.at.on t. ( . .
iv;,lK)nandOcui..pmcn, aresc,. Patrolmen ' Th(, .,. was won by
uteo o .r.. - , WoolPn and Basden 1"
ville, June 21 ...They are i miiwi-icw ' .' u htyt. maA Katclille cove
recrea-j earn f ' e. :
Iron Duff placed
li,.., I, of nubllf
Spt--t-, i.'O -' .. i - j
tional. areas m Webtcin Carolina.' bond.
second ?nd Vh'.tc 0-.k third.
Killed .... 0
Injured .... 24
(This Information com
piled from Record
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