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WAYNES VILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 19:l.
H FROM J
State and Nation
tLAY WILLIAMS RESIGNS
hvHl.VGTON, D. C Clay WU-
KA Vlloio"", ...
', i.onH nf the R. J. Rev-
Ln, 10. Hlt-l Ji' . --- - '
Lu Tobacco cu., r
ids v TT T,J Koon
Wednesday. -IU1 . "c VtiV
(f.) to serve as cuainiian ui
veil " a i i
lhn-un as one man iitau i..c
daA tka V,ic
ii ejjent. luioiiis oivtu luck mo
.' ,,. made necessary bv "the
crtasingfy urgent call to return to
WASHINGTON, D. C Oliver Wen-
llolmcs, a tieiovea American
f-llUin, WOO Iiau uccil jui jxaia
ihjprcme court jusuce iosi nis ngni
Sriin-t ili'ath Wednesday, March ti.
fcmral -services will be held on Fri-
iv, his 9-lth birthday, at All bouis
(J-'urch hi Washinpton, burial will be
h I u .1 -iiiuiiary iiunuis ai .nniii;
n Cemetery. The honorary pall-
at'l'l'S Will voici justice
ii u li,. v.,i
aviate - justices ol the United
;t., Siiireme Court. Born in Bos-
. . ' , .. , it e
till March " 1 so" ot a iauious
ft: her aii'l friend of Ralph Waldo
JiiiWMin, early in me nc Became a
cmimiii; figure in American lite.
WASHINGTON D. C On. Friday
ij .i-';(.' !' "Baby Bonds," a pet pro
I !' I'i vsident Roosevelt'', stalled.
hi'iu1-.they will extract money from
caolmg and give millions of persons
11.11' mffiit'in the government bas-
vi!) .-u;,!' ownership or me govem
n:. promise to pay. The bonds con-'
r. no j;ild clause. .The $25. bond bears
l' liivjivr of Washington, the $100
t'-t-vckiiid, the, $500. of Wilson, a.icl
ie Jl.Wiu : of Lincoln. Mr. Roosevelt
iTTiilvii his interest by buying a $25
rtd fur eat h of his. rive grand dri
er, ami uiie for himself. So fi r the
le.s have been good.
XHEKKST MOVIE OF THE YEAR
iNKW YORK. The annual award
'the Academy of Motion-Picture
Arts and .Sciences was "presented last
fee K lo "It ilappened One Night,
pjudtreii t tie best movie of the year.
PARIS. Convinced that the CCC
of the United State were a
fod. way of meeting '.he unemployed
irobiem the Flandin Cabinet decided
st week to try out the pkn in
ranee where 500,000 men are on
bless mils. Workers admitted to
f. camps will plant and tend forests
Jtceiving in return food, lodging,
Uprnial wages and a daily nation of
Wine equal to that bsued to French
oldie rs. "'
I WASHIXGTONi I). C--The Ir. test
W"'n of science to mankind is a cab
which, while being boiled will
Jot "smell all over the house." It is
fc work of Prof. C. H. Myers of the
Department of Plant Breeding of
voineil University. For six yea "s he
i laho-ed to speed up the cabbage
"lutionar.v process. Last week he
Jinoume.l his success, not only ehra
"'l';ng the odor, but also in achlev
a plant exactly as tasty as the
! fashioned cabbage, but not nearly
., ANOTHER WET
I W ASHINGTON, D. C Two dry
fate? considered the question of gp
f wet. last week, and one of them
the. plungt. The Arkansas Leg
ature. informed bv fJnvornnr Plll....;'. . ,
or laws or find $250,000 with which I
w en. ore thei put n end to nine
Fn' years', of prohibition. In Ala
f ma-- there was a referendum which
woo by the drys. The pro.dbition
utriT. to date in the United States
f-'Ui.s the followinff statps! Ala.
Ja, Tennessee, Mississippi. Okla
a North Dakota, Kansas, Texas,
5',!'h; Carolina, South Carolint, and
IEW ON RELIEF ROLL": IN WY
HE EN'NE.W'yo. Of the Rocky
auntam States Wyoming has the
J.-'5- tiumber on relief. Only 11.3
Jtcent of the population is on relief.
ac-airst 23 per cent in Colorado and
f Per .rj in Montana. ; .
t-kv. EfLAND' O. Mrs. Catherine
l- et'u ' stats that she is sur-Jj,-e-i
.hat the young girls don't lose
Vwli!r- talr. smking Cigarettes,
fer a C pipe is the on,y fit thing
Sre C suwM, sne says.
rl , smoknff one since her
'L l Anil- le v. v
s jseyeniyj was in
t-n .-""".-nenTy forn kw.
W. t!?1 '2 hi?h ases for work-'of
ttew WMt la?l wek to Mat-
W I ' VIce Pres'dent of the A, F.
a?t, r. -' """" concerning h gh
h gher nVWa?eS Wil continue to
f from r, not, al a reult of politics
ZTely, ,hWitarian motive!
fcore.- lhat enabe men to earn
iKea. Triir . -
Is A Good Work
District Administrator Spoke
Highly Of County Officials
"There is $45,000 out in Haywood
County that we are letting people
work out now," said Earl Lancaster,
district administrator of relief, here
Mr. Lancaster spoke before the Ro
tary Club and pointed out what the
relief had done and the present pro
gram. He stated that every effort was
being made to make every "family now
on relief a self-sustaining family.
"The average family on the relief
rolls today average six to the family,"
he said. "The four children have been
taken care of in many ways through
the schools, and the lunch rooms have
been a distinct advantage to the child
ren and the relief. A survey shows
that the children getting hot lunches
in schools show a 28 per cent better
grades than those who do not."
He spoke highly of the manner in
which Haywood County officials had
assisted the relief agencies in carrying
forward the program since thv change
was recently made that all u lem, my
able people had to bo taker care of
by the respective counties.
He pointed out that the om.-oli.la-tion
of district offices had d -ie n uc'.
toward cutting down on the oxi-cu-tive
During the course of his discussion
he stated thai it Was tinu foe riiink
ing people to act and tc. conn-.forward
with constructive criticism instead i f
ciiticising without first Inving gohe
into the matter.
Ured To "Strike"
The "Pink -. Slip"
Charges Income Publicity Pro
vision Is An Indignity and
; Raymond Pitcairr. urged all income
taxpayers to j'nn in a "national strike
against t,-e 'pink slip'."
The "pink slip" is enclosed wit'i
your income tax blank. You are re
quired by a new law to write on it
all the facts about yojr ;r?ome for
If you refuse, the local income :ax
collector will do it for y .u and make
yu pay $5 as a penalty.
Pitcairn, an outstanding liberal,
likened the "pink slip strike" to the
Boston Tea Part", and pointed out
that if veryone refuses to sign the
"pink slip" the Government .vill be
forced to recede from itr demand.
"The 'pink slip'," hr sid, "will be
posted in public places and will be
used by blackmailers, criminal gangs
Pitcairn, who. "'as' one of the It ad
ers for repeal of prohibition, is na
tional chairman of the Sentinels of
the Republic, an organization formed
"to preserve a free republican form of
In a statement issued l ecently, lr
urged everyone who objecte 1 to what
he c .lis "an unj'ust, unfair, un-American
device" to "send the .'pink slip'
back to the Treasury with a vigorous
protest, and declare- emphatically that
we are living in America not Russia. '
"Not even a Mussolini a Hitler
imposed such indignity upon taxpay
ers, and taxpayers, pay 10'" govern
"If vou cannot afford the $5 penalty
fill in the 'pink slip', endorsing across
it ycur protest.
"Following up yorr p.otest re, ently
n.ade to the STJcretary of the Treis
ury, the Sentinel, will present a pe
tition to Congress demanding 'pink
The petition will be presented this
week. Already there is - bill in Con
gress, sponsored by the Sentinels, to
repeal the ohjecti'nble provision,
which is part of the national ina as
trial recovery act.
The bill has been read twl.-e and
referred to the Fina.ice Committee.
The Sentinels this week are- inaugu
rating a campaign in Congress to
further the bill. A number of Con-
gressmen from Pen nsvan.a andoth r
tdrairu iimu.MSas l' ! "
promising to try eo get u.e 1'" .-
The publicity provision was "put
over" at the last session of Congress
by Senator La Follette. Lnder it,
every person w-ho files a return mut
disclose his name and address, his
total gross income from all sources,
all deductions such as losses contri
butions, etc., net income, all credits
against net income and the amount
CITIZEN'S BIBLE CLASS
CONTINUES TO GROW
The Citizen's Bible Class, of which
J. R. Morgan is the teacher has set a
membership of 50 as its goal. Last
Sunday there weer present 37 regular
members. The class meets each Sun
day morning at 10 o'clock in the offices
of Morgan, Stamey and Ward.
Tax Listers Are
Named In County
Tl, .. 1 .... i t
nc- uv.uu oi i onimissnmers in ses-1
sum nere Monday and Tuesday dis
posed of a large amount of general
routine business, and also named the
tax listers for the coming year. The
listing of taxes will get underway the
first of April.
A member of the boai. said: "We
took every precaution to name a com
petent group of listers in order that
there would be as few errors as ixis-
sibie. We hope that the taxpayers of
the county will oooerute with them
and get the listings done right and as
quickly as possible."
The complete lis', is as follows-
Heaverdam h. A. West, Mr
Willis and Jack Cabe.
Cataloochee Jar vis I 'a liner.
Cecil Berry Allen. , .
Clyvde Glenn TeriSl.
East Fork Joe Mi.lia:.
Fines Creek Mrs. X. C. James,
iron Dutf Jarvis ChamUrs.
Ivy Hill Mrs. Sam Owen;'
Jonathan Creek--Fred AUi-on.
Pigeon -Ralph Moore.
Yayne.sviIle- tie". A. Brown, S;r
White Oak Alono Mosor..
Crahtreo 1 ' Williams.
Here To Mothers
Members Of Stall' Of Health Dis
iiict WiM lisu and Teach
.A.ncili. tr.i' many ortl.wni'e pro
juli un lei ta'. en ,ind. r the suoervisioii
ef the I'i'strict Health I'tiit is ',-ie for
iation f Health S'udy Club. In
struitive cures are "..eing itferci
thiough fne ineoiuiii if tin .'.'aient
Teacher Associations am! the Farm
Women's organizations in the 'three
counties- of llavw.iod. Jackson and
The i,npoita'icc of ibis phase of
the Health work cannot be ftstimaled
in dollars and tents, though frov.t a
P"rely monetary stand point it. has
much o -offer in the way of preventive
expenditures. M.i spite of the boast
ed accomplishm nts aW.jr the jne of
health wh rk in North Carolina, the
o:k has sufTere I much i'l the last .ew
years from curtailed appropriations,
and it hs r.ot kept pace with many of
the other states m the So':th. Nor'h
Carolina stands 7th f . oiii tne Imtt mi
if the -i". states in. 'maternal deaths.
If the women take alvantage if tne
cimr;es now being (ff red this per
cen'age wj.)' necessarily be lowered.
While tin re is a splendid county
hosp:taC in "If ry wood riost of. the
nursing of thi' sick is still doiie i.i Ihe
hone, and through t he: courses off ered
alc'"f this line, any -intelligent-' wo
man may learn "o care iinilimike more
c-')mf'rUble the ick in h'r. .family,
and' under the doctor's supervision no
r.glect n.ay be .suffer .'d. The impor
tance if calling in the doctor in 'he
beginning of the itlh's,., thereby oftvil
avoiding s long expensive . "illiie.-s jv
also brought '..out in the courses.
The groups have a. ch -ice if the
following study cour es: Home Carej
of the Pick;' Communicable Ii;s-as.e
Cit,:.l; Prenatal Care; Child.- Care
and Feeding;- t'ersonal, Home an I
t onm unity Hygiene, anl Fi.st Aid
in common emergencies, jhe-e will,
be from 5 to S or mori lessens i i
eacii course, with a lesson of "e and
a, half hoars, which will consist of in
struction, demonstration -nd oractice.
A brief outline Is bi'l.ig preser t d to
all the groups and each . individual
orgsnizaeion has the pri ilege of se
lecting the . course desired bv. ihetr
community, jt may. prove poib'e
to ofei more than one cour e to a
Stu: Clubs have h en organ i-- I.
with the coui ses lieing t'aght by the
staff nurses (r the Healtn I'm! a
follows: Takinp the i ssois offerc ' in
"The Ho:ae Care of the Sic a'e.
The Cullo hee Farm VomOn'i ( lub,
East Way.nesyil.le: P. T. A., tt' .)'i-r
Farm Wc men's Club arid the Sylva
Fwrm Womt-r's Club. ' Persona'. Hor. e
a..d Comn inity Hygiene," "ill lie .he
cou se which the Beaverdam !i:-:ri. t
P T. . will begin on the 1-h of
, V . y
ithe mothers in the Nursery S hool will
.shortly begin the course if! "First
Aili in Common Emergencie-
TO HOLD QUARTERLY
CONFERENCE OX 2 ITU
liev. W. A. Rollins, me-ioing
of theWaynesrille H -ric. of the
Methodist church, has announced
that the second quarterly conference
of the district will be held on Sunday,
March the 24th, at the Speedwell
Methodist church. On that occasion
Rev. Rollins will be making hLs initial
visit to the Speedwell church since
coming into this district. He w-ill
preach at the morning service at which
time church officials of Cullowhee are
expected to attend.
Among those on the sick list this
week were MrsT F. A. Burgin, Mrs.
R. T. Messer and Sam Galloway.
Use $5,000 Worth
Of Cream Weekly
Present Supply Is Not Sufficient
To Meet Local Demand
"We are 'ready to pay the farmers
of Haywood County $5,000 a week for
cream.'' said W. K. Woodall, manager
of Western Carolina Creamery, re
cently. "Under present productions
we are unable to supply the butter
demand right here in this county, and
there is a large market just, outside
of the county "
"The butter market is a year'round
proposition, amj something that the
farmeis can realize cash from each
week." he coniimnd.
It was pointed out that the rainfall
nere an, I tne gra-s made t hi
dairying county, with the po
Trie local creamery could no, be re
placed for $-'0.(M0. t' was learned, ami
i; now paying as high as $-00 a month
for hclits and water, besides salaries
to a number i'f employes.
No eltorts have '...ecu inaii, to ship
ici' cream fioni the local plant, a- it
is mil. h betto,- to --on ml but;er th!n
the bulk . ice en-H'ii. The plant is
equipped to take c re of thousands of
rounds of butter weekb", and hiin-
i f cream.
Ottis S. I):r !s, 29,
''unei-a.l ser- ice.- were' lie'
o' lock i !( Wednesday f 1 ,nil i
Grove . Met hex list ( linn h at
for Ot is S. I av is. ". .of
Ke ilil, nea r W iyiii .s ille, w il l
I at two
I'inK Me! iaiki'ii a, id .Brown Cablw
of ayne.syide otbeiat mg. Mr. lhr.is
i lied oil T'lesday inoi ning at. the !lay
wiukI ('ou.ity Hiispitai followinc a
bri. f illness.
Act ve pallbi'-rers wire Frank
Rogers, Jack Medford,- lioger Me,l
for '. Pansy (.jueen, I'aal Siv.it ti and
Mr. Davis is survive-' by his nrntlier
Mrs. Rl oda Davis, his W'fe the for
rierMiss .Ruth Medfold, and their
foi'r yoa- olil d'-ughter. Rulh. four
sisters: Mrs Wiley .'rallowav, Mrs.
Paul :--,iith, "rs. ' l-orrest McClure,
and Mrs. Jess Ross ad of U aynesvillc,
and six biotbers, Nuriuari Davis, .nil
liis Davis, Floyd Davis, and Wooilrow
Davis, all of Wayr sville, Loweiy B.
Davis of -lastonia ,-md Wiley Davis of
Bailev Is Leader
In Defeating. Five
Percent Beer Bill
HaywcMKl Representative .Makvs
Only Address In House He
fore Bill Meets Defeat
Repri a-rdiM i o .1
dent dry, anil, li adi
forces in ihv fall
only au-ir.-ss- i.n th
T. Haiii-y, an
try f ri'::, irdeii- thi'
Ilous.: in' i'ep-e-
set. tat iv. s las
vote was fak
wcek just before the
n f- legalize t1"- al -.)-
luilic coii.ent if beer to five per
Tr.e vote was t,l to pi :n favo- .
,-esent .' etei.t ion , f the
Report - comin': out of Hal-itM st;.te
that tor vhe present the b er isst'i'
is iV.'id. Si on- ..l.'o'f the r ndii tions
'h..t the failure of the higher pcrren
age of bier to become lega' tends to
show that it will be hard co get the
I , resent l:q lor bill passed.
' Last Friday the Senate - as thrown
' if Hi -onf L-ion when a Raleigh'- minis-
tei , ih.onii.g th' ipe iint" t rayer d"mr,.
ed pending II juo- lep-isla ion.
sTf-nator .T,iti (.nfiint Ilill Tlnrhnm
; . ' . .......
j jumped to h's feed and a-saileff the
T..;nister for "in cctinf po'iti ; int.)
Buried On Sunday
Funeral services were h Id ai .3
o'cloc'; at the Iron Duff Methodist
Churcl last Sunday for Andrew J.
Kev. F. H. I-eath rwood and C. . f
Arrington conducted the services. The I
deceased was a native of the county,
Rev. F. H. I-eath rwood and C. -
having died in the township in which
he was born.
He is survived by hi.s widow, Mrs.
Sally Yarborough Morrow, and nine
children: Robert, of Greer. S. ('.,
Boone, of Gastonia, Jarvis, Wavnes-
vine, rtiKJns, no ano cio, oj inii
Junaluska, Mrs. Nellie Hal). : Lake
hJunaluska, and Mrs. Aletha McElroy,
MISS BARBER TO GIVE TALK
SUNDAY AT BAPTIST CHURCH
Instead of the regular Sunday even
ing service at the Baptist Church. Miss
Mary Ashworth Barber, will talk on
"Southern Germany and the Passion
Play." Those who have heard Miss
Barber on other occasions will be glad
to learn that she will again talk on
Bailey Trying To
Bill From Senate
Kore.-eiimtlvo ,1. T. Ilnlley Inlil
The MouiiliiiiKH-r I huisila iiiorniiiu
that ho wtlM triiig lo gel Ille bill
liieli would liiiTcjisi- the IkxiiiI ol
lollillilsslollors mil of (lie Semite
elllH-r Tlnuxla y or Friday.
Those- here who uiv In i-lof-e loiu-h
wild (lie hill Mint this week Ihnl an
effort was Itciiig inaile lo nel Mr.
Itjilley lo lmiiMi.se Ihe Immii-I Willi
four new iiioiiitiers Insioiul of hl.
oriiiiiil plan of un
Whether .Mr, llailcy (iimr inn
or fuiii- was tint made piililii-. Inn
he tliil slate I hill lie Imenils to see
the hill lliitoitli which would in
crease Ihe iMini'd ineiiilM'i-sili.
I'liim what Mr. Italic) said, it
is Kiitlieivd Hint he is iryina i push
Ihe hill ihi-ouiih (his wi-ek.
Itlllnoi-s tit Ihe inllll house the
liil or the wwk was lo Ihe rffct-1
that when Ihe hill K r'ei" it will
not 1 1 il o i ii the inline of I dwln
I iiu -her. who was one of Ihe Iwo
in mil I hi Ihe original lull. , II.
Met tiii'Ki'ii reiusiMl the plaeo us the
tn her -oiiiniisioni-i-. Mr. lialli y,
liowexei-. did not eoiilliiu or deny
;hls in, ii .
Martin Sees Good
Season This Year
-lei ytbing is croudi'i. and run
nine over." said I-'n ,1 Ma'-iiii, ot'Mar
tin K'.. ; 1 1 : t'ompany wh.) ntuineil
i ecently: from a stay in Floi.uia.
"V seems thai We will l.ae a pood.
season liere, since 1 liinc.s i
have Ik-oii at a peak." lie s-a
Mrs. Martin and .-h i 1 1 r-ii
t rip wit 'i M r. .Martin.
llilllard l!. Atkins, ;,-, Messrs Boyd
and Way Insurance agents of Way
nesville, were presented .villi gold
signs by I!. 1.. Snauld'ng, -n- w ,
agent of the Dixie Fire Insui .nice
Company in recognition of their
agercies having f a it Ii ' ul.'y repre.-eiit I
the conipar.y for over a quarter. of .a
century. The pros, nlatli n wa.. made
by a home ollice re-o..eiitauvo id' tin
eompa'iy, who sjioke very higlly d'
the ability of t,.ese meirin the lian.il
itig of the company's inle' e I - in W ay
nesvii! and t he sui ro tin ling t : ri it -y .
Hoti of these 'agent . s also reeeive.l
a ron-natulatory In t,.r from Mr.. ( '.
W'esloii Bai'ey, iiresidcnt ,,f . - 1 1 j x 1 1 .
who lias takei. a person d iniei.s! m
'.be eve.it. "More important than all"
wrote Mr. Itadey, ,s tin bond of fiu-ml
'hi.1 wli -li las hefd- us o. elner, and
we hope it nui; grow even ' st 'otiper
in the years to cO in- (ii-eat credit is
dr you and your a. sociat'-s in thai
your busines. has endured and pro
p red for so lo.ig a -period und yo ir
fiast record sho ,ld he a heritage sym
liolie if future ai-liieve. iieiils."
The I'oyd and Way agency has re; -r-scnloi
fhe ldxie l-'in- s-umo .'urn- k
VM and Mr. JliTiard A'k-rr A",-n.y'
since J Jl; I, V.HtU. . .
Study ('ourst' At ( athoiic
( hiiTh lki,Mns Fiif'av Nihi'
the. l.-'tie aim-o.a-es tl.at hei-iii
n'ng on Friday night at 7 -A'), o'eh-ek
there w.ll conduct. -d a stody -lub
O.i tin- Bible. such, qi e.-l ions; as
Wha. is the l.'iole, wli a wrote .h.
Pol Ie. uid the diff-ient ebti-n- of
the Bible will be taki n up during hi.s
T litre i re many non-fat no lie people
m town who are i,,te,-, si,.,: U tlii.s
course an have nad" their wishe;
known., Fvery one ho i- interi-s.ed
is invited to attend this study club.
AH ar welco me to attenl.
METHOLIST WOMEN MET
HERE I OR SESSION'S
1 re CeiitiV Zone, composed of the
Women'.s Auxiliari s of the Methodist
( hurch 's of f'uilowhei, Speedwell,
fylva, Fra icis. Covp, ShHy Crove,
Mapel (Jrnve an.! Waynesyille ' met in
an all day session at .he Me! ..'uli.-'
Church on Tuesday. Mrs. "obert
Howjl of Jonathan f'reek. ),resitent
of t'le group, f-.-esided
'"- ""i nan tnarge
, devot.onal part of th- progr
Mrs. F K. Bransoi, of Canton, se
Kev. f'f.ul liardi.i had charge of
tary of the Waynesville District gave
an outline of tne work expected of
each group, Mrs. E, L. McKee of
Sylva spoke on "The responsibility of
holding office." Rev. W. A. Rollins
also made a talk rei-tive to the work
of the auxiliaries.
At noon the delegates were the
guests of the local group for lunch.
. BONUS ': ' '-
WASHINGTON, D. C Testifying
before the Senate munitions commit
tee last week Eugene G. Grace, pres
ident of the Bethlehem Steel Corpor
ation could not remember whether in
the war years of 1917 and 1918 his
salary was $10,000 or $12,000 an
nually. And the slip in his memory
was certainly most naturl for in 1917
the corporation paid in addition to his
salary a bonus of $1,575,000 and in
1918 another of $1,386,000.
CHANGE IN POST
IS NOT POPULAR
Patrons Are Now Frequently
Forced To Stand In Line Be
fore Beinjr Sered
On Moinfiiy morning patrons of the
local post office who receive their mail
through the general delivery found a
laige notice on the window which
directed them to the .stamp window.
The change was ordered made by an
inspector who is spending the week
It is understood that no clerks will
be discontinued from the force. The
present, system necessitates all pat
rons to go to the same place, whether
for stamps, general delivery, nio .
orders or to buy bonds.
Under the present nirangenient pa .
roils have been foreni to stand in .. .
befoie being served. The ' former ar
rangement divided the crowds.
The change was a -subject much dis
cussed here ibis week, especially in
view ol the fact thai n i k i....
1 lie post oilier here is showing a gain
each month. The l-i.tl ,,,.,i
a'""! ll above thus,, of ;i;j.-.
The ariangemcni ,,,-ior lo Monday'
ehanc has. been in force here for
seventeen years win, h added to the
reasons which local pat rolls were un
able to ac--oiint for t h,. cluing'.
Resident is Buried
According to iii.orniation riceived
!'-v h lei Mrs. .,.,,,IM . K,.n
' Ultl' ol' G.-orc- I-'. Kennev, and
a lormer .resiil.-nl ,,!' Wayfiei-'ville died
a lew .i.i.v.s ao-o ;,, hi-r home in
NaLgir, M.,ss. I in.. services were
1,1 f-oni the lesideme ,,r her moth -er
and inn i:.-, I wa- .., i. ; v,.iH,,.
i i-lnel.-o-y, of I hal- place'.
-M' Kenn, was I .... ii, , !,ilUgu.s on
-Maich the 7, I.h,;;.- -,Si. uas a gra.l
Uate ol th. Suue -Tea, hers' 'College
"I Salem, Mass... ; :,t,-'nded I ho
Huston I n,,ei sily for post guduate
tV"i K. l-'or some .years alter , o..img
to Waym-svilh- slu, was librarian of
the vVayiesvilie lownsliip Inch school
and d reeled a number ,,f ,da.v.s and
epei-cllas. .prior to their 'eoiiiiilg to
U aynesv i"e Mr. Keniiey way a Hi
bead of a sehool in M'ts; acl, use! ts
After I .i.g his hearing h v ook up
woo l carving at ul.n li .e has eaine V
.quite a reputat ion.
Yates Spends Few
Days Resting Here
'ral I . 'V ti- s, asMslan' s, g.T.it at
arfn. m the Senate,. - pem U. ,,a,,
few (lays , W-ynesvllle, follow ,ig
and nper.,tio! anoul two vi-i.i U.
;n .Hie Ilex I'os,,,),,! in Paloih
appi ndicl .s.
.Mr. Vales expe fed ,., I.e I .,, k
nis i.i- k yesterd ;y;
He made I he predici ion i rt;n Ir di
cations wi ri- tiii-t ihe legi.Jalui.- would
not adioinn f. . c, ,,. r i r .-1 of Mcv.
( II A.MPION Ri;( FlVKs
;0 FRNMLVI CONTRACT.
l He ( liam.noii
Week v a.s avya roe
I 'l bl l
(. ompair- thi..
co.it ra t !iv I ho
. gov ei nmeut ti
''urnish ;t .li.-lion'- ui
a half pounds T post. aid stock to'the
jffrt-eriiinent, print, n- office djring .)
i coming three months,
I The contract was. .awa-deu hy the
joint committee p, ii-ui ig of Whi. '
R;-pi-.s-Titative Wall,-. LamlM-th of
Ihooiasvill v is ehairman m 'he pai.
of 'he House,
LOSS OF SB, HI
NEW YORK CITV. - In, J ,., .,.
Wheeler, en,men ( w York eye
speciabbt -vliu in removed a
cata et from the left eye of the King
' f Siarr,- has lost the s-iht ,,f h,s own
left eye, , it wa- di. !-, d la-t Week
afu?r he had Teen operate.' jn for a
MOKRO ( A S i .;
NEW YORK CITY-The master's
license of Captain William F. Warms
wh i was in command of the Morro
Castle when the Ward Liner burned
off the Jersey coa.sw in September was
revoked last week by the government.
At the end of ninciy days he wll be
eligible H apply ,for a chief mate's
ticket, Pending against him is a
Federal indictment charging negli
gence. Morro Castle remains, in the
sand on Asbury Park. Aboard her
38 member.s of the Salvaging crew
are living in a bungalow built where"
the main dining saloon used to he.
Officials hope that the March storms
will be severe enough to sweep- the
vessel into deep water.
OFFICIAL WEATHER REPORT
Date Max. Min.
28 ' - 2 9
1 SH : 17
2 ..1 ' 24
3 ' fi2 ' ' ': .35
4 AS 35
5 -'I , 33
8 ' ' - 63 : ... 47