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WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
THl'KSUAY, DECEMBER 8. 1932
Duties Monday Made A
Few New Appointments
OFFICE OF FARM
AGENT TO BE DIS
CONTINUED JAN. 1
Joe Liner Is Named Janitor of
Courthouse; Eston Cald
RECEIVED FOR JOBS
Sidewalk At West Canton School
Will Be Built By Uiu
The new board of county commis
sioners, composed of W. A. Hyatt,
chairman, E. B, Rickman and Frank
Davis took office Monday morning and
for three days have been busily en
waged in their work.
The new appointments! were made
Wednesday afternoon with the follow
Joe Liner was appointed as day
janitor of the cour(house instead of
Mr. Patton, present janitor. Mr. Pat
ton will remain until the first of the
Eston Caldwell was named night
The naming of a county attorney
was not entered on the minutes. The
commissioners stating however that
they had made up their minds as 'to
who would be named.
As the office of auditor is from April
first to April first, a change in this
office was not brought up.
The commissioners requested that
County agent Jas. L. Robinson, hand
in his resignation effective the first of
the year. The commissioners do not
plan to maintain this office any longer.
Other than the above appointments,
the commissioners devoted their time
, to the general routine of business. An
investigation was made to the "why
and wherefore" of the different ex
penses of the county.
The general impression of the board,
as expressed by those attending their
first meeting, was that the new board
was going to be hard to get donations
from . The policy of the board is that
no donations will be given out by them,
but all cases will be refered to the
welfare officer for investigation. The
board, is however, providing tools and
materials for the construction and im
provement of public properties in the
county, and the unemployed are given
work on these projects.
The board, passed an order for the
materials for building a sidewalk at
West Canton School. The work will
be done by men now unemployed.
A number of cases appeared before
the board asking for donations, but
these were refered to the welfare
board for an investigation and in cases
where help is needed it will he given,
it was said.
The hew board intends to eliminate
all unnecessary expenses, hut in no
way do they intend to Ro so far as
to impair the progress of the county,
it was pointed out.
The new board has made a genera!
survey of the conditions and needs of
the county and will make improve
ments gradually. It was impossible
to accomplish all this, however, in
three days, when there were so many
applications to be considered for the
different offices that the commission
ers are responsible for, it was learned.
Haywood county's new officials went
into office Monday morning at 10
o'clock. W. G. Byers, clerk of Superior
Court administered the oaths of of
fice. There were no public installa
tion exsreises except in the case of
J. A. Lowe, Sheriff, and his deputies,
who were installed in the presence of
the court and a large crowd that had
gathered to witness the trial of the
negro. Charlie Rose, charged with
attempted criminal assault.
The following are the officials who
took the oath of office and began their
duties: J. C. Welch, tax collector; Ed
win Haynes. register of deeds; L A.
Lowe, sheriff; W. A. Hyatt, chairman
of the board of county commissioners,
Frank Davis and E. B. Rickman,
county commissioners; Dr. J. L.
Reeves, coroner, and J. R- Terrell,
The Golfer: "They're all afraid to
play me. What do you think my
The Girl: "Oh. I don't know. It
might be your face, or perhaps, it's
just your general appearance."
District B. Y. P. U.
Meeting To Be Held
Here Sunday, 2:30
Large Crowd Is Expected To
Attend. Splendid Program
J. P. Beam, district leader of the
Waynesville District of the B. Y. P. U.
organization of the Baptist church,
announced yesterday that a district
meeting would be held at the First
Baptist church on Sunday afternoon
at 2:i0 o'clock, with what is expected
to be a record breaking crowd in at
tendance. Mrs. Sam Knight, president of the
district organization, will deliver the
principal address of the meeting. Jesse
James,, district leader of the Fines
Creek district will also make an ad
dress along the lines of B. Y. P. U.
Special music will be furnished, and
Kay Allen will lead the devotional. A
special invitation is extended to all
memlbers, and to all others will wish
to attend this meeting. I
Churches comprising .this .'district
includes Pleasant Balsam, Allen's
Creek, Hazelwood, Waynesville, Barb-
ersville, Dellwood, Ratcliff Cove and
Bethe). . '
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UllKe DaV Will JLe
"... . vsmc-oi. me inie oecaus 01 tne ouisuinuuiig playing ot Crawford. Duke offi-
I IhcorvOri lnnnn V)cials are defending on the former Waynesville high school star for next vear.
wajov yu uiuiiuu;
The feature of the DukP University
Day Dinner of the Haywood County
Alumni Association, to be held at
LeFaine Hotel Monday December
12th, will be an address by Coach
Alex Waite of Duke University. He
will bring a message regarding the
aims and purposes of the institution
and various phases of its growth and
development at this vitally import
ant period of its history. Hi3 subject
will be "Duke University: The Privi
lege and Responsibility of Her Alum,
ni." - '.'.
In addition to the address of the
evening there will be a number of
other in 'cresting features, including
the election of officers for the ensu;ng
year. There will probably also be
brief remarks by one ' df tw mem-
net ,s' of the local group, and perhaps
short '-'musical program.
L ho -.Duke University Day Dinner
he e is one of many to be ned ;n
North Carolina and other states in
commemoration of the eighth arini
versa y of the creation of the Duke
Fnilowment. making 'possible Duke
I'mv-'i'sity, on December 11, 1924.
That pai ticular date falling on Sun
day this year- the Duke University
iuy dinners are being held on 'other
ray.;. of the week. At least two hn
nt is; will be held in countries (iuiside
the United States. , ;
Thv number of local Duke Aluinni
prcuj)- is now sixty-one, and-a large
proportion of them'' will have meet
ings, in observance of the eighth an
niversary.. In PJ20, seventeen meet
ings were ' held; in 1!W0 the number
had grown to .thirty-eight.; in K31,
there was a total , of fifty-two meet
ings. In addition to dinners in load,
mg cities all over North . Carolina,
mee tings were , held in eleven other
states, onei of Tlre being ns far as
Lo; Angeles, California.
A statement made from th; Alumni
Ofiicc of. DukP: .UniVePsiiv is to '-the
(fret: that there are now in The oT:ce
files the names ot' 7. 000 located alumni
f the institution. E very state in. the
Union is rtprsentod in tiie alumni list,
a-hd all thP hundred counties in North
Carolina. Names in the alumni files
represent twenty-nine- different coun
tries ou:side the United States.
Tobacco Brings An
Average of $16.23
On Asheville Mart
A special message rom the Caro
lina Tobacco Warehouse in Asheville
to The Mountaineer it was stated that
the average for the tobacco sold in
that warehouse on Wednesday after
noon was $16.23 per hundred, w hich j
is almost S7.00 higher than the ave- urlay morning, and the first child ask
rage for the season last year. ing the men who have the gold the
Reports from officials there stated ; above question will be handed the
that the farmers were 100 percent ; money then and there. The child gets
pleased with the prices received at the ; to keep the money for their personal
Carolina. use. For further information see the
The firm of Chambers and Reeves advertisement on page 8" or see Mr.
and Company are proprieters of the j Rainer at Abel's tjarage before Sat
Carolina. ' urday.
Crawford On AH-American Second Team
Playing left tackle on the mighty
sen a place on tne Ail-bouthern team and also won a berth on the All-Ameri-
can second team. Freddie is one of the two men to be recognized by na-
tional sport writers in the entire south for the 'All-American teams. This
?y.ear H te,ams played by Duke have
, Freddie is the son of Mrs. W. T.
Crawford from this district. Coach
in the best or one of the best of two
To Sponsor Com
munity Tree 23rd
Needy Of Township Will He Pro
vided With Food, Cloth- . .
ing and (iifts.
The American Legion and the Le.
gion Auxiliary met here Monday night
t i complete plans for the Christmas
tre?" which will be had at the Masonic
Timnle on Friday afternoon of De
c 'mber 23.
Mtmiiers of the Legion 'ami Aux
iliary are sending out special invi
tations to those whom they feel will
not otherwise have a Christmas tree in
nil ;r -home-. Clothinir. shoes, : scIkmjI
:,:cks and other necessities will he
uiMil children that need these articles
it '.'.as said. The merchants and cit-
i.z( ns of the city are donating to this!
kx-sei-vice .men and their '.families'!1-' !" ;, ;us ' . u-cession . in receru.
will invited to attend, and all oth- Vl'",1 s- , , . ,
ers will he sent a special invitation. 1 lu' ''u! "Pl'red here two years
.John D. Kx.,11 is chairman of the 1 ' a"rl 'as t ilia time acclaimed
;aimitt-e on arrangements and .i8U1(.k-the bt musical talent to appear
eing. assisted i.v J. C. Patrick. Any-!!''"' '!' th;it time. They were well
me having anything to donate for the ! '-received, !ind according to the follow-.
i:e .(iv oeoule in. Wavnesvilla townshin ', iK M'lte from, the business manager
,'e i- (U( sted to get in touch with
-thereof these men. Th Legion is',
.( iking in conjunction with the we!-
arc -organization ot tne county, ana
ti e li. of invited 'guests-will he.madc
jp from that office, it was said.
The regular rhonthly meeting of the
Ltgion is scheduled for Monday night,
December 12. and at that time further
n'ans will; b made for the comple
tion ..of final arrangernents for the
$25,00 In Gold Will
Be Given To School
: Ten school children in Haywood
County will be given an opportunity
to win $2.50 in gold each Saturday
morning by simply asking the ejues
tion, "Have you drive"n the new Ford
Eight?" of some man in Waynesville
This idea was originated by Wr. T.
Rainer, local Ford Agent, and his
purpose is to get the question asked
as many men as possible. The ten
men will be given the gold pieces Sat
Duke football team has won. for him-
had the greatest respect for the left
Crawford and the late ltonresentativo
Chet Wynne of Auburn says Crawford
tackles in the South.
Furman Glee Club
To Appear Here On
Next Tuesday Night
One Of Outstanding Musical Or
ganizations In South,
Music lovers of the county will have.
an opportunity to hear one of the fore
most musical organizations, of the
south next Tuesday night at the high
school auditorium - The l''ui'm;iii Uni
versity (ilee Club and Orchestra, ac
cording to school (illicials. The dub
j comes here -under the sponsorship of
the local High school glee club. :
There are ."! members in the glee
club of the Furman organisation this
year - .besides, .the?.-orchestra; which is
.vn added1' ' feature. This organization
under the-direction of Du Pre Khanie
; won the .Southern Championship for
the. club is looking (' wa'rd t( return- i
ihg. to Waynesville. His letter reads j
- in part;
We are looking forward witii
't reat anticipation to Jhe . visit in
Waynesville, for we. reaily had . a
u uiidei f ul time there year before
last, and all the new men have
heard about it.so they are anxious
for thy time to, come also''
- A.- is. the. custom the club will be
entertained in the homes 'of the com
munity, for One night and three meals.
The community responded readily to
the request when the club last ap
peared here, and anyone wishing to
help in entertaining the club should
get in touch with Supt. H. D. Bunn,
or J. P. Beam and arrange for the
visiting musicians. .
Popular prices will be charged for
admission to the entertainment, it was
announced. ,;' . -
Judge Sink Gives
To Think About
J -,!:!;',, M. Hoyle Sink told a crowded
f.-oui t room Wednesday. i ftc-noon that
e.ne' of the greatest, troubles with
America today was the breaking down
"The family fire:-.,id is the place
where 'character is built.- " .
- "OnP of the most perilous undertake
1 jng -5'oday is to-.rear a ooy o-' gin ,
Ju;igs Sink continued.- . ';
J Verdict of
25 To 30
Yrs. In Pen
John Coble was senlonced by
Judge II. Hoyle Sink Thursday noon
lo not less Ihan 2.1 years or more
than .'1(1 years at hard labor in the
slale prison at Raleigh, after Coble
tl rouyh his attorney, (ieorgo Ward,
had entered a plea of guilty ot
second degree murder or kill'ng
hs 7-wct'k bride, Moll Nicholx here
Seven witnesses and Coble tcxk
(he Stund during the course of the
trial which consumed exactly 1(1
minutes. No jury was necessary as
V)ble entered a plea of guilty.
THE ROSE CASE
The largest crowd ever to as
semble in the new courthouse at
tended the trial at all sessions.
At least one-third of Ahu. audience
was Women. At no time was the
crowd noisy enough to have Judge
Sink call for order except when
two witnesses made a funny re
The selection of the jury con
sumed less time, than was expect
ed. - () -.'
The child's mother fainted
while the child was on the stand
Monday afternoon. Dr. Abel and
Dr. I an caster were within a few
feet of her when she fainted and
assisted in reviving her in an out
The child's testimony Monday
afternoon was received with inter
est by the large attendance.
The mother testified Tuesday
morning. She .corroborated the
testimony of her child.
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. Tlie -iild took tliestund again
Tuesday morning and completed
her- tesl iniony.
. Rose , took the stand Tuesday
morning in his. own defense, lie
was on the stand U7 minutes. Oh
cross, examination, he. gave some
(onllieting -answers to previous
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The defense (ailed the; child
. Tuesday afternoon to take .--t ui l
Stluk to same., testimony ;i . on
jrevious. times oil--'stand';'
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Mayor, liowell being recalled to .
testifv for defense.
. v.o:.-.: .;:''
: Judge Sink s leiiiaiks 1 aud
iences for manner in which the trial
had been heard. Said crowd was ;
digifified and -.'ijuiel. .
Insight On How
Jurors On Rose
Case Spent Time
. The jury on the 'Charlie Rose ease
was -.composed "of 10 farmers and 2
(mployes of the Champion Fibre
This jury, according to A. J. Carver,
who Was the officer in charge of the
jury, "was th,. best jury I've ever
had, and I've been handling juries
for years, and some as long as ten
days at a time."
j The jury stayed at the home of
Mrs. A.. J. Carver.
After: leaving the court the jury
took a walk each afternoon and
again in the ' mornings before Coming
In the evenings the jury played
crccktr!-. s-t-iaek. and cards. They
u uaMy retired about 10 or 11 o'clock.
"The jury seemed -to. eniov their
fellowship during the three davs!
together," it was said.
Jury Was Out
to 24 Hours
On The Case
Largest Crowds lo Ever Attend
A Trial Wits Present All
TRIAL CONSMEI) OVER
TWO AND A II hV !.VS
Rose Took Verdict And Sentence
Calmly. Showed No Emotion
At Any Time in Trial
Charlie Hose, 18-year old negro was
sentenced at 2:;.r Thursday afternoon,
by Judge II, Hoyle Sink to not less
than 10 years nor more than If) years
at hard labor in the state prison at
Raleigh for assault with attempt to
rape a 5-year old white girl at a local
summer hotel here last September ,'!rd.
The verdict and sentence was ren
dered before a large crowd that filled
the courtroom to its capacity. The
crowd was exceedingly quiet at all
times during the sensational trial
which began last Monday morning and
which went, to the jury at 12:47 Wed
nesday. Judge Sink commended the citizens
of the county for the manly and wo
manly manner in which they acted
while attending the trial.
The Jury on the Rose case began
deliberation at 2 o'clock Wednesday
afternoon . At .T:40 they returned to
the courtroom for further instructions.
At 7 they went for supper and return
ed at S and worked on the case until
10. Thursday morning they began
their duties at 7 and were called at
12:.'HI for lunch. 1'hey returned to
their loom at 1 :l.") and leturned a
vculict at 2:2.
The testimony, in pari, is given in
this paper as it : wa -'presented from
the stand, as follows:
i !, i'l.l.'iWiiig i.- what tiiok place
: ..'re-ay in I lv Charlie Rose ( i:s.e:
I '''r'.nt tip lied and the selection"!'
i'.iuro: '..- : Was begun '.which took until
i opi ' 1 imiitely -I :'Mi: ' p. rn. with the
to!!; wing being drawn to serve: John
! I'alipc!, (lv it ; H. W. Tt'rrell, Pi-eon ;
A, (i. P.ald.vii', White Oak; W. C
l Itytner, Can ton.':' Charlie Allison.. Ivy
j ilili;' W. ('. Kirkpatrick. Crai-t re ':
I ISiir: Cagle, I'ig 'on ; J.. F. Ferguson.
I ' . ;, ii : ah!a:i ( ai ve ; 1 Jniiat lian ;
. ;" I . v ! da".. Ivy lli!l; Gi'ortr,. ;Ko!i--'
iiisiiii. Clyde ; K. A. ( 'at hey, Pigeon ;
and I.eh 'Caldwell, being" the thirteenth .
. -iinsi' w is iirougnt into- the; court ,
room and sat. with his mother whei'
court was first, opened. , I.atcr hv Was
( :. rried hack to jail to. await the af
'ei.'M.on c-si.iii. He ,,.: We'l (l.'ess- .
d. having on a brown pair of trous-.
r rs with a slip-over sweaterto match, .
and ;i;blu,, shirt and contrasting tie.
He seemed to be perfectly at ease
and gave an occasional smile to some
of his friends who were crowed into
the gallery. He was in company of
t h a',, deputies throughout the morn-" ;
Rose had as his lawyers the firm
of Morgan, Stanley and Ward, and
Cle-o. Ward of Asheville. while the
state was represented by John M.
Queen, solicitor, the firm of Alley and
Alley and W. Roy Francis.
When court convened at 2:15 the
e ,t s ver all taken, and many spec
tators were standing in the doorways
and near the windows The gallery
;va.; p teked to overflow., liven stand-
g room was at a premium. The
court room . was: one-fourth-' ..tilled
' . i:i v;1 ,-' y: vrMVtatcrs. ' Soiiu--. o:' the-"
:- at- were fiilcd an hour before court
convened..- Despite the ovf wtlowing"
-Ait. i.-(. r'.t! !iem-e v.-as' ( 'fi;r'v and
only once did Judge Sink iiavt to call.
' N. -F.!-Lancaster -was the first
. I. Continued . on oa.ce 1)