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The Uest Advertising .Medium In Haywood Courc.y-
Fu'uiisht'i A! Tii- K:iU
hit i i hi en
Sno!v-. Mount-tins Nation:'! I'ark-
lu ad l Tliinkiiitr IVopU-
Hit USD V. t KMliKK L
, V A X ! : S 1 1 . J . 1 : . N0K1H fAUOI.INA
:s for Help for Needy
Loan To Build
i; Chi -HBO T1
i gates Wii! npain
t!!;o-.vn open, a
t,t,il f 5:1.300.000 visited the l::ir
(gince it opened hist May. Kaeh visitor
,fen.l an average of Pl.l-'i inside the
'lair. A total estimated at $400,
'000,000 was spent in Chicap by the
THREE DIE IN PLAN H CRASH
New York An early morning sky
ride ended fatally for three men Sun.
diy when their airplane lost a wing
over Brooklyn and crashed into a
tenement house. The fourth man in
the plane was seriousiy injured.
TWO KILLED IN WRECK
v- Shelby Two Statesville young peo
ple were instantly killed 'oui- miles
north of Shelby when their ;av hit a
Concrete bridjre. Two ether occupants
of the car escaped.
' Camden. N. J- Uncle Sam's tif
tenth 10,000-ton cruiser was launched
Wednesday at the N ".v York Ship
building Co. The cruiser will cost
about $10,000,000. it will cairv a
crew of .r5. oflicers and S00 men.
. IialeiKh The fastest land plane in
the world landed on t.ie R;i!eiL,ii aii
port Sunday for repairs . The ji'Mie
was en route to Florida 'wher the
trouble developed. The plane, llown
by Jimmy Wedell. owner, average- a
speed of ,'SOO mijes an hni;'.
..I'nnceUm. N. J.- The body of a t-M-yar-o!d
youth was found in ihe ;;t;ui
un after the I'rineoton-Dartmouth
foctball game. Police believe the
youth was crushed to death against
; concrete wall, as an autopsy show
both wrists broken, and internal in
, J.ps Angeles Duke University still
h8 a chance to be invited to play
j.Rose Bowl on New Year's.
j New York Thousands paid their
last respect to Texas Guinan who
was buried Sunday. After the last
rites had been held hundreds of spec
tators fought for the flowers .on her
grave. Three girls were hurt in the
Berlin Ninety per cent of the votes
cast in Sunday's election showed that
the voters of Germany were solidly
behind Chancellor Hitler's foreign
Raleigh A home-made airplane
was demolished Saturday when the
Wooden propeller shattered, causing
tae pi me to fall on the railroad tracks
near the airport. Th,, pilot escaped
with a broken mxr several bruises,
.Raleigh Mrs. Louise 1 Bourne,
of Asheville. state chairman for the
Women's 'Organizations for National
Prohibition Reform, recently reported
to. Secretary of State. Staeey W.
Wade, that her group spent $1.25. 50
id its repeal fight before last Tues
day's election. The national organi
zation contirbuted $1,158.50 and (". J.
Harris of Dillsboro. gave S100.
Albany, N. Y. The old-time saloon
and its .bar. were ruled out in New
York State under an experimental
liquor control plan announced by the
state's A. IS. V. hoard recently. ,
After repeal New Yorkers may buy
their martinis only in bona tide hotels. J
restaurants, clubs, dining cars and '
ahips- Th,. only restaurants permit
ted .to sell drinks are those which can I
prove that most of their receipts come )
from the sale of food
Hendersonville V. M .
service station operator,
to death a his home
Home last :" Thursday
Barks. . of,,
at Mount i in
o clock. The .body was discovered bv
Mr. Parks' step son. Coroner J. E.
Brooks investigated the affair and re
ported that an inquest would not Ik;
held. Mr. Parks shot himself .one
time- the bullet piercing his head. No
motive was assigned for the act..-
Rutherford ton .lame- Pink Harri
son, 8 year-old son of Loe Harrison,
prominent farmer -of the Sunshine
section: died at . the Rtrherford hos
pital List : week from the . effects of
food or milk poisoning, while two
other children of the same family arc
In the hospital chritically ill. The" par
ents are also indisposed. Physicians bo
are also indisposed. .Physicians) be
lieve that the Harrison family was
made ill hy drinking .poisoned milk
caused by the family cow- eating some
thing poisonous, probably white root.
:-vi!!e Protests because of de
lay in V-tinz the S'C" Gap-Cherokee ;
road contract ' y th(. st ;te hiirhwny.i
omrn : si-T'n have been .renewed, by tha i
Chamhvr of. Commerce. The road .
is . en? of the maior North Carolina
ent vr, ct s to-the Great S:iir;
tair-- Naionrt! ; P
-) Is' - -t:
'.ve-ved' Ti- prcHr--,-:' y
calls for an , evpen liture
alreau'y appropriafsd' by:
' .: i'v!.rvKi.
WORLD'S 1 A 1 R C
1 1 . riv r . .
c' '. in
. .' 'Vi' ml;
; r iitli. He
H'.-.ivta!. as a re
was born in Shelby
Jatiuarv 'M, 1S5;.
When a y.ning man h
da became editor an
Tampa Dailv Time-.
went to I- lori
uwner of The
the first Board of Trade in that city.
Colonel Jones was often called "The
Prophet of Florida." as he predicted
over 45 year- ago. the progress that
Florid i "was destined to make. He
also because interested in railroads
and was known as the "Father" of the
movement and original work to build
a ship-going canal aeioss Florida
While there Col. Jones's wife. Annie
Louise Brown, of Kentucky and on son
died, leaving a daughter. In 1SS3 he
mairied Nannie E. Honuker of Abing
In 18iX Colonel .lories moved 'to
Waynesville. North Carolina for his
health and became interested in min
ing. He kept up Ids interests in rail
roads and canals also for the better
ment of North Carolina, andbeeame
known to North Carolinians tor the
interest he arou.-ed in trvmir to pro
cure an east and we.-t railroad through
the state. coiiiiectniL' the Atlantic
port of N. C with markets of tne
West and Northwest. lie was a
sourc,. of information on the' siiliiects
of niiiumr. I ran portal ion tivn'hr
rates taxes, etc.. a these thing's hail
always been of vital interest and deep
...udy to him. His was the inspiration
.hat resulted in Tain Bowie's "Lost
Provinces" bond issue scheme.
I In It'll'.) he was appointed eoinmis
isiomr by the Legislature of
I of .Tennessee,'' Nt.i'tn Carolina
land Florida- as vell'as it) other stales,
I to secure better mail and .ransporta-
tion between the s-oiitn .Vinci umi! Ke
pulilies anil the Vnited Mates.
For lliabv years' Colonel Jones ha
operated and owned th,.. Carolina
Abrasive M a ) i u f a c t u n n g C o m a i i y o i i
Sugar Loaf Mountain, which abounds
in many well known .mineral found
in 'Western Carolina- Many Govern
ors and prominent men of the United
States have been entertained and en.
joyed his hospitality at home and at
his mining camp, culled Ruby City. '
During his long residence in Hay
wood county Colonel .Jones has ac
quired many friends and was knowh
lor his kindness and love of humanity.
HL was a colorful character Idled
to the brim with energy and daring
in an ever more materialistic age to
entertain limitless visions.
He was a member of the Methodist
church, where services were conducted
. ., v,,,. Ill i,,. ,1,., !..,,. I II II.., .,.
' presiding "elder of the Waynesville
I district tit' the Western North Carn
I iina conference. ..ss;- ! by tlw Lev.
j Wadt.. Johnson pastni. Burial was ir.
I ( i rccii 11)11 cemetery.
I Active pallbearers. .' were: Harry
! Kldrisre, Jr., and Ted Khli'iw. triain'.-
.-'ii l s of h'ranklin.' Ohio. I. L. Coun
ci!tof. W.i vnesville." Hebrv .YlcFadvcn.
of AslU'Vill.. .). H, Va'. and 1L B.
Atkins, of. WAyni'svilie Honorary
pallbearers Were;.. Josi nil ..'". J utmsoii,
W. C. Allen, Dr. Thomas .Stringtiold.
T. L. (ireeti. Dr. ( ). T. Alexandi r. Hr,
1'. 11. McDowell. M, T. McCracke'n K.
O Co!l.y. II. ( . Lindsley. J. ii. Mor
gan. J. W.. .Reed.. J. H. Smathers. Dr..
J. U. McCracken. all of. Waynesville,
Frank . Barber.-'- of: Aslieville' and V.
!'.. Breese, of Brevard.
Surviving ar(. his w id. w and ilo:
following 1 children : .Mr . Harry.
Kid ridge. Sr.. of l-'ranklin. Ohio; Mrs.
Frank. Sniathers; of Miami. V. i. ; M rs
Delos Crary, of Binghanipton. N. Y. ';
Misses Nanni'tte and S. A. June, and
and one son.. S. Armistead Jones. Jr..
of Waynesville and eight grand,
Lumber Company Is
For Park Holdings
A jury Veiinesiay niorniilu" in
Asheville aw .rib d the llavon.- foi il
I.umlier -Coin'p'any,'th'e um -f !?1 .j."T--Mlirfor'
fh'k 'Li-7"t acre tract -whi;;lr
1 1: ;'.;' held , in tlie boundaries 'of V
Great': Smokv V Moiuitains N.i: :. r !
Pari;; IViiiibtoiiiise of S-V.t.OOO va
niiIe ' i : wei 'i lo- luminT convnafiy
";.!:d the, park; ... ofi'icials on'. M'-.nd y,
making the to: ;il fi-r the lunibi-r i-cr-Ij
iih-'s' holdings anieunt. to SI ,1 oT.lt'O.
. The' park c.fimmi si.,n was ordered
byJudirc G. V. Cowper to make bond
for siloi! (him for, ilonrteiation losses
;.:.i! ntaiiitenance .of the. prop'-rty,
A ire-, i' iurv had .. warcied t he
lumber- comnanv $tT."i -Df.'D, for the
,.v,.. ....,..,...:.. r. .1. i. ;:.. .-...t."
eu ii"ii ui;s . rui'.vt-.o. ....... mar.
mao; ly ..':.pprais'i- ramred any
where i'lb'll , Ibll.billl ,, s'! (Mi l (llill.
if: w s sail h i i sio!'dav-;!iv t hose
who kav" '.( en 't!';( ;v ooroK ' e l .w.ith
i: v : "VI: nar . -c -n-ira:..-: - :o!i.
'l;-;-d v, 'f-'it'i::' ;unerj'ff ri-'
f. "the 1 Si:r;:i. -.'.-' ! tmih'-r C"ni :
h' ';' ''' -v :v:;'' AV.-AV.' !" v .-:
Y. - A-' U v it -'. a:t ''.:: ;. ' 1 the'- Lea :-- '
wh-VH "';Mt:' 1 ('k-:o';tr : ,10 W i
-- ,:i';'-,':i:o,!;,:,' (.V-;v,ft pv s-o.ft .
r.t'i'i :-, ; -,- ;i(.. nat' to- Ihe
oiitm ;:;,.. f,r ';:c,-M,ui.. o ;
; nriceS-ltJO.Oi'M ha beeft paid. .
1 V '
Renewal Of Faith And Fresh Courage
Would Solve Modern Problems, Rev..'
Albert New Told Congregation Sunday
Died Here Monday
Wtlam 'ie!-,'ils, 7''.. nroiiiiri'iit
-Haywood -county reideh' : died at hi
horn,, mi the Fairvii w road Monday
af ' eriii-'nii a ! 1 o'iti,:K .
FnneraJ service- wi re held
homo vesto'ida v aflornnon at'."
with Ib.V: li. A . Sonlolle of
-illicia ! ine:. I nt eniaor wa in
Hill :.-oiiieti ry,
Active'. - paHt'caiors were: Iv. ('.
Moody' dai His Allison,, (I. II. SbeMon,
llam . .Mi a ly, Frank -V tyi: . .and
Crews .Moody - .
Ilonorarv pallbearers were:: V. T.
Lee J. R Morgan. -T. L Green,. C. K.
Rav. ('. II. Kav. R. Q. McCracken. W.
t. Shell on M. T. McCracken, Dr.
Tom S'rinjrlield. H G West. John
1'lott, W. A. Mvalt, R. V.: Hvaf. J
1). Hvatt. J. M. Lone.. K. J. Hyatt. M.
J. McCracken... l!il. Sniathers, . 1),
Ib.well C. A. Cam nbel I, J. R H
J Ii Way W. T. Denton, C. I!. At:
kin son, J. L. St ranir-fiel'd, John Cabc.
John Snvder. R. G. i -:ir.o. W- II.
Lu-her. T. W. Fertruson. It. I. Lee W.
IL Frat . i Tom . Hlalock, A. T. Mc-(raehrri-.
Joe Tate, and J.. R. Hijips.
.Mr N'ichol- was- horn on ''Jona'th n's
t'rei'k oir August 1'2. 1 xrr. and .moved
to Waynesville about MO. years niro.
A tirosperoiis farmer, he was widely
known in "Haywood count"
Surviving are his widow, four
sons- Fred. Frank, William, and Clay
ton Nichols; four daiiL'hters, Mrs. J.
M- r'almet', Mrs,, Minton -CI me'. Mrs.
Walter Hyatt, of Waynesville! and
Mrs, Far) Li: I-', of Hiiiirombe county.
i:. r; ?!
i W P'mcoiri .'ft Suhdav
ri for' Wiu'ston-S'eiu o a'
ibn f'lrer-i) of Misj Louise
.!''. diiugb'"r of Mr. and Mr-.
'l"!,,i; f,!1' Vi n'tf onstnlr.m
S nda'v morninc in
ile wreck. . ... '
ur-nn . were C1',,SJ.
I , Mr,';- I'aucofn.
ei : . a dea-on in the
v; '- ' !', v. Mr. B -i ;- wa
t-.j . o-.- w;,., r:-Salem.
: :.-- "v-' s f ';l - . - I y a fire'.
U "!i'.:ir;'r th,; car, leave' the
'.',: '-!'- State
ft re-; ns'ioro,-, ....
AX'S (LT"!i,,,MI-;!';TS TOD.VV,
'. wiisis'tiVfln!.' wi!'- rt''"-'' -t'-''"
!'"in :rTht"'sr(.,v)' with Mrs. C
Do-.ej! a'; her "ihorne -.n Depot,
' A -Renew il of Faith and lrresh
i:oiirae:e will solve our modern
problem:.' - -nid brine us out of
the lot'si-nl inritii.il depression.'"
Rev.- A -Iherl .
diolice :n tlie
la I Sunday no,
fi 1 ! I I h.. oiiliiil
New .'-fold an au
li i t I !:!!.'. i- ( iiire'i
hi a I which I inie ho
for lo-v II. W. Hail
tlie, I oul "f (own.
c-.in who' was calii
T.'li.illl',' Ills li'M'
the- 1 !t li eh 'Oli
i " -:;nr I he 1 1 l.h c
on I he s uea ki r ei
or the World Y
I ioiii'd in I he boil i
r,,iii t h,,
r ol' II. r
ha I'll i' I or
on pa red ' h,, hi roe; ,
r with I ho' e ini'ii
'I' K, II ill Die 1 It'll
. chapter- of Hi lirews In holh cases
1 In niaiorily ol' 1 i n nanies; 'are lin
!, known. Only III a I'e conwiieioora 'ed by
'name in the 1 I th chi pte'r. lnlt the
spe ikei' said I line would fail him if
j he ira-ve anyl liinir like a 'Complete roll
i - "The lpislle to llm ill4,WV- is
, wr:l on as a tmwsajre of encouraire
i nii'iii' ;nt iiini' of ile.iri";sion, lost
! f ith and hope. The best cure for
i depression is an anneal lo hi torv.
I and we should realize that 'Ik, who
' have' iron,, he fore had ins' as ercal.
if tiot e ri'.a', r l iflicii 1 1 icV . lo face
than we in thf nre'eril feller it.ion,"
the speaker -continued:
"Aii . iin Waveriiiir faith, which is
( nientioiii'd lM ;ihie-- in the I 1th cdiap-
: is t he . kevnote '' their eo:;rair.
A. renewal, of.
are will solve'
nd hri lie- il :
ietorv. ; So it is today
faith and fresh cour
our modern . problems
(ml of. hi, - pre eiil
"A '.e. look back'ue niav
'LordGod (if Li'i fs.' be with
lest we for'gci; Te-t v. 'e forget,"
The roll, of honor. a.: '.recorded in
Hebrews ("iritaiii' It) - num.- Kkrh
ti'cn of. the--1' -aid yes, while only one
said ho. "'rhe word .nods -Hie harde-t
in I he: L'lig.lis'h laiicrnnge- to " a)' T ibe
right nionionl. There are. too many
x? -ni-en;' nd ye-'-w.omeri- in 'the worlrl
'.da-v. We peed '.iv few.wl
can. . a v , , .
.'. j ( anion .;:
f's '"'''Caiit'oM in
no -.at. . ' the' . right inn . , Mo'-'es
no at fhe rit'h: time, : ' '
"Tt .is vt-ell In remember 'h:ll
n'' not- the only-'-enos in .v.;;
If we were to. look in'.i th.'i
o.-.e,s of those around us we would
lln,l II,,,, ,.,. ; re - I. - l nit. T) e,l , 1C i t-1 1 i
. rouble---.. ... -' .- -
Aga'n iadiii'.' his textof the even
ing., whi'h vyas a, follows: ''Hieing
that, we are. - :'.: -si'd about with a
u i of w
i . fore
'. le 11
Iv paf i-s.peak-
run the race
' -dosed the
v" r I
' ( j ra r
lifi y s ' the
'. a- prnn-
,i 1 . -1
ouf - lifi-'-v
Or A Disposal Plant
HIGHWAY IS AS
SURED !5i U'KIvS
"Whatt-vor it laki-s" of V
S. Mont'j to construct the 100
iii i lo park to park highway,
which is estimated will cowt
!j;i(i.000,(i00 was assured by
Seiiet;tr lekes in Washing
ton Th uisday .
The proposed route will
from (he southern end of the
Shenandoah park to the
(.'reat ;mok Mountain Nat
ional k ark.
the matter sa
hiha will t
w Md Count .
that the new
Meet Canton Black
Bears On Friday
Mountaineers Win Over llender.
J sonville lor Champion
i ship iif W. N. ('.
Mountaineers will journey
(o Canton Frid ly afternoon to
:he Black Hears and to make
r claims' io their recently ac
title of champions nf Western
Carolina hijrh schoid foolbill
sine,, defeat inu the .heretofore
aled I lendersonville teani here
f art lie
last Friday V lo
est loiiirlil and
a me-, . ol 1 he ,c
in olie of I he hard
on in t his sod ion.
Tile. M on III anieer:
signal drill and es
Tile 1 1 : i and ediie
,'n h, I'liadiinienl at i
ii.';: f cl-.hi'i- and
lie. I'd tc.i.'ii i.iii Clin!
;!, ' 111 -I tie. iii -.The
Weill - I II colli,, Ii
da v wi l l' pen:
f t.cl'oall. hlock.
clia i f inc. 'I'll"
hi pla l ea ';' I
howuijr ni.'ole l,'
d iha' I he loain
h a h ', rd p rar
lid he ,
I 'a n nil
il Ihioiiph .
odav in an ell'oi i i,,
I lay - -
. ( n.y.h Weal liorli '. 1 1' i , , cine
ri ii;M'i", , nirai n -1 - I he ; ( '.-i
il l he wo'nld proha hly le
'out',, i,,,. s,'oi'c Fridav a1
pi V; a i.,l
a ria l oi
11; ed in di
cited, hv I
"lb d liulf
qua ricrh ;
le 1 1 II. j
'.Mel , .
will pi'ohnlily in- s- renei h
,c nt urn of 1'oteal and
There will be 'a : hill at
k wi ; 1 1, Wajreii fold .:' fti'i
cnri'Mg ace, I
I' the lllieup
V'ioll-i I'.'U'l. .
.f ti..- tieb !,:
i he leinaifiili r o
a- -tailed in pr.
. i, '
wit 1 1.
a hu g'
il.-legaf ion from
the ..n'liual .grid
. ay in
u bile t hi-l
' ;, i, I..
II.. I a .-
crdsseil th. l-
il" line -fo:
J. io'; i, t - --win
liiie t heir oppon- 'tt!
coi;l."t ;i 1 i. s, .
Tlie ."aiiie iday
aiid 1 1,,. , . c i , ,,'s :i r,
M on ii i a inei r- ..'
Atiiini .aii:cer.s ij'",
.'d'uij).aiiM;i r,.; 7 . .
0 b'. boff;
a- t',,i.,.,w :
Mounlailn I r
("; liioti ' fi'
Caii-t on ii ,
: : Ma"sh;tli
.'". ' Weavervilh
'an on1 I " .
llii; fi.endersonvirio game la-1
.-'both', teams ' f allied in the
j.. minutes of the fourth iuar
"score. The liearcats scored af-
1 ' ' , t '
ir Kdney caught a . rtialiy blocked
piint from the toe of Reeves" ar.d ran
1-S5.. yards to tcore. A pass fo" extra
point failed. . .
W'uyne. ville then came right ijack
to score. A punt was i-:,.itni-d bv the
clipped off .'!')
"hen. passe;' :,
y.,d ,! iv','. a.;-?
s t'o l" ' ! t.e
"b . VI' :
marker . '
,: 'rv -. live'
The , ii) ollieials o' Waynesville
and ILui'lwoud are scheduled to meet
tonight to discuss further plans for
applying for a loan from the Pub
lic Works Department of the Federal
government for $200,000 for the
construction of a sewer line from
the two communities down Richland
Creek beyond the Lake Junaluskii
Hoth boards of the two towns have
discussed the project, hut no definite
, decision has been reached. It was
j indicated that probably after the
j nieetinp ton'ipht that an engineer
would be employed to cat her (lata
land a formal aoplicnt ion made for
the loan. The Federal Government
will donite :i(l per cent of the cost
and the remainder will he carried .at
I 'v oer cent int crest .
L has been proposed that a charge
' of a lo 10 cents per 1.000 gallons of
water consumed be made and let this
; fund pav the ilitcre-t on the loan
rather than increase the nrosont tax
rate This proposal is being consid
er.,! ',) both board,
A ;n implication tor tin loan must
e mad, befor I: he,
li.A.'d liiat.some ileliiulc action will
'i, made within the near future.
It u I' I .' reiiu-iuber. d thai there is
lill tending in Ibe court--. ., lawsuit
in which Lake .i',"l.a!ii-k i is tryinjr to
iireciit '.i m s ill, .Il-c.elwood
fioiii einplving sewerage ilil Rich--. .
.land Cieek which How- into the lake.
Sooner or later arrangements will
, have to be iii ni,, t change this prac
;t'ice .nid nice I he governnu'iit L
I 1 1 hi 1 1 1 1 1',, nioney for such ..projects,
nra.t icallv all members of the two
boards fovar applyigg for the loan
The state health depart merit, is urg
ing that the sewerage line or disposal
plant be const meted- and are assiting
in getting logo! her data for the I'llb
lic Works ollieials,
If the project is started, il would
furnish work for a number of men.
it was said. The minimum of .t.r
cents per hour would be paid for
common, labor under the NRA terms.
A trunk line large enough to accoin
moda;e the sewerage frotn ILizil
wood and Waynesville for many years
would be laid and .i line or lines from -the
lake would be 'cut in a1 lb.1 lower
end. The cost for the main trunk
line would lie about $I'T. (100 it was'
Dr. Hayes Encourag
ed Over --Conference'
Year in This District
. :.: it.
No;, i l,
II -ye . pre. I
ville. ' li'.stri
I ';; i',,!lli:i '.. ,
- ; o ;il!i II
:i v i ng:
I-ij , . annlial
Ii .; church,
. that I lie
wot I, i. i II
of the M
nd ical io.i
p 1 O 'clll eonfe! . ncc" ye
tiiiieli bid ter -hape I
I 'una ion-' will show'
inn I ban a! i hi- I i iii -
iii !a t
iii. hi I he
elail.: of lip'
IL- d Iha
( 'out iniiii,;' ..Dr.
'.el y Interest tug '
oi , I iii- .ii I I'icf.
i 'anion dm r, It i
yeai'.- work and
nanc'ai obli.al it'll-- will
Dr. I . X ( lark. Hi.
b, met m
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