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Improper maintenance; (2) uae of
improper operating procedure*,
and >3) the use of old, obsolete,
Three common faults in the op
eration of conl furnaces, the en
gineer said, are (1) the use of too
much air, (2) taking too many
ashes out of the furnace when
cleaning It out, and <3> hurrying
stoking operations too much.
Mr. Klewit said that1 inefficient
burning not only produces more
smoke, but is also considerably
more costly to users of coal.
Despite the common belief, the
engineer asserted, poor burning
and soot occur in the winter when
the weather Is somewhat mild
rather than when temperatures
are hovering around zero) This Is
so, he explained, because hot
ter furnaces usually burn best.
Mr. Klewit said that one differ
ence he has noticed between heat
ing equipment in the North and in
the South is that there are more
mechanical stoking units in use
down here than up North.
He also pointed out that while
many U. S. cities with a population
of 33,000 or more have smoke -
abatement programs, comparative
ly few the size of Waynesvilk
have undertaken such a program.
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enough vaccine on hand for #00
shot* for all persons under 20 and
for expectant mothers. Prefer
ence, however. Is given to children
who have not had any of the polio
shots yet because even one shot
affords some measure of protec
Last fall the Health Department
received enough Vaccine for 1,400
shots, but orders were given local
ly that the shots not be given and
the availability of the vaccine at
the Health Center consequently
was not publicized.
As a result, the vaccine was not
used here and later was returned
to the state for use In counties
w here demand for the vaccine was
strong. Salk vaccine loses its po
tency after a certain time.
New orders have come'from the
federal government, Issued
through the State Board of Health,
that the vaccine must be given
free of (jharge at the health cen
ter, under contract with the U. S.
The motto of the state in the
polio immunisation program la "A 1
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at State College, discussed the dif
ferent cuts of meat and steps in
the curing ot ham.
He expressed a belief that Hay
wood County farmers can add to
their income by the sale of smoke
cured country hams, especially dur
ing the tourist season.
At the meeting, Sam Ferguson
of Fines Creek, Jule Boyd of Jon
athan Creek and Jarvis Allison of
Hatcilffe Cove were named as a
county committee to work with
other WNC committees in making
plans for the annual feeder calf
and yearllqg steer sales, held at
AsheviHe each fall.
It v/mt pointed out that more and
more mountain farmers are taking
advantage of these two sales each
year, and fre working hard to Im
prove the quality of the livestock
MORE A BO tri
(Continued from Pace 1)
This year's theme Is "One Flock,
One Shepherd." The program Is
being arranged by Mrs. Henry
Gaddy, secretary of Christian So
cial Relations of the Woman's
Society of Christian Service of
the Methodist Church. Ministers
and members of the participating
churches will take part.
French Canalboats ordinarily
carry metal arms to swing pas
sengers on and off.
(CowUaued from Pace i)
stand* a sentence, and eery
often before psssisg a sentence,
will provide the defendant with
some sound, and practical ad
For Instance, a young man
charged with getting drank, and
then driving, was told:
"When you feel like drinking
four to six cans of beer. Just
call a taxi to take you tor a ride,
and hand your wife flM?it will
be cheaper than coming to court,
and paying out more, and losing
your driver's license."
Another your); man got a year
in November, 1934 for forging a
$20 check. Tuesday he was on
trial for forging a $43 check.
"On the same ratio, that means
I should give you two years and
three months," the defendant heard
Judge Pless say.
"Everytime you drink, you get
in trouble. Now you must learn
not to take the Arst drink."
"Just why do you drink?"
"I don't know, your honor," the
"People drink to get away from
"Now I am oging to give you a
year for forgery, and that means
if you behave, you'll be the
roads in eight months, and all the
liquor will be out of you. Then
you must not violate any laws for
Ave years, but if you do, then you
go to the penitentiary for Ave to
seven years. Now just never take
tjie Arst drink, and you'll be able
to make these terms."
When the (rand Jury had made
their report. Judge Plesa told
them they could go down to the
elerh'a office and collect M *per
day, but ask "that they not spend
so much money in one place."
, Clerk of Court J. B. Slier was
on his feet quickly for a con
ference with the judge.
It turned out that the auditor's
office was cloned, and provision
had not been made for paying
the 18 jurprs in cash that late
In the day.
By that time over half of the
grand Jury members were on
their way downatalrs enroute to
the clerk's office.
It was suggested the Clerk
use some money collected from
fines to pay the jurors and col
lect from the auditor Wednesday
morning. In a Jiffy a pay sta
tion was set up In the vault in
the clerk's office, and everyone
Cpl. Pritchard Smith arrested a
Five Haywood Men
Enlist In The Navy
Five men from Haywood Coun
ty enlisted in the U. S. Navy dur
ing the month of January, and are
now at U. S. Naval Training Cen
ter, Great Lakes, 111., where they
will receive their recruit training.
The group include*: Jesse Ed
wards Hampton, Jr., of 125 Smoth
ers St., Waynesvllle; Homer
Reeves Clark, Troy Burton Sharpe,
John Michael Spence, and Jerry
Melvln Thompson all of Canton.
Upon completion of their recruit
training all men will be given a
14,day leave to visit at home be
fore reporting to their new duty
Carolina Power Fights
Hike In Freight Rates
Carolina Power & Light Com
pany this week protested the pro
posed seven per cent hike In rail
road freight rates. A plea to the
Interstate Commerce Commission
asserted the increase would have
cost CP&L an extra $384,329 last
Production Engineer Raymond S.
Talton asserted that 84.5 per cent
Cape Agulhas Is 33 miles nearer
(he South Pole than the Cape of
man (or driving drunk. The man
entered a plea of guilty, paid his
line, the costs, and handed Cpl.
Smith his driver's license, and said:
"Thank you. Corporal. When
you are out my way, stop in and
have a good dinner on me."
The man meant what he said?
he realized the arrest probably
saved him (rom a serious, if not
A 17-year-old was charged with
getting $8 cash from some stolen
Judge Pless said, "you can't
steal your way through life, but
In order to make an Impression
on you. I am sending you to pris
on for eight months, hoping this
will be s lesson thst will keep
you from getting Into further
Two Negro men in their testi
mony about a fight. In which one
got a 60-stitch slash on the back
of the neck, told the court the
argument started over a nickle
A third man, who witnessed the
whittling episode, said he saw a
knife flash, and the next thing he
knew his friend was hurt. He said
he did not know enough about
Intoxicants to tell when someone
had had a drink or two.
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phillip's tomatoes 3 cans 35c
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