North Carolina Newspapers

    THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1936
. Rothschild Castle in Austria Haven of Britain's Ex-King
had spent $160,040 trying to elect
Earl Browder President. Thus Brow
der's 80,096 Votes cost about $ 0
apiece. Republican votes cost ai",JU"t
45 cents each. Democratic votes -i
cents and Socialist votes 11 cent-,
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
News Events of
World-Wide
Interest
Briefly Told
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ARTHER BRISBANE PASSES
Arther Brisbane, famous Hearst ed
itor and executive, died of a heart
attack at 72 years of ape on Christ
mas Day. His biographers set him
down as one of the highest paid news
paper writer6 the country ever had
produced. For his column, "Today,"
printed in 200 newspapers from coast
to coast and for his weekly column,
"This Week," printed in some 1,200
newspapers, ne was said 10 receive
$260,000 a year. His thoughts ex
pressed in simple terse language, were
read by millions. He had no peer
none equalled him in the pungent
phrase and the profound thought
simply told.
MUSSOLINM'S DAUGHTER
It is generally conceded that the
most powerful woman in Italy and one
of the most powerful in Europe is the
Countess Edda Clano, wife of Italy's
Foreign Minister and daughter of
Premier Mussolinni. Last week the
countess completed plans for her first
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I'erched hirh on a crai(? in the Weinerwald mountains near Vienna, the fcOO-ye-ar-old cawtle ouned by Baron Eugene Rothschild, left, be
came the haven of the Duke of Windsor, former king of Great Brittain. Both the baron ami the barones, the latter shown at right,
were at the door of the historic castle when Edward arrived after his flight from England.
JEWEL THIEVES IX NEW YOKK
The police of New York City are
being harried by a clever band 'of
jewel thieves, who trail wealthy vic
tims from night clubs, and rob the'ni
in front of their residences. The ba
dits' latest exploit was an effort t
wrest $433,000 in jewels from Mre
Emile E. C. Mathis. as she re-urnej
from a night club with her1 husband
a French automobile manufacturer
Mr. Mathis put up a stiff fight and
routed the bandldts.
checks
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Colds
AND
Fever
flrst day
Headache, SO min.
Liquid. Tablets, Salve, Xose Drop
Try "Rub-My-Tlsm" World's Beat
liniment
visit to the United States. She will
land in New York on Jan. 21, and
travel from coast to coat in six
weeks. She will drop in at Washing
ton, D. C, and Hollywood, and go
hunting in South Carolina. While the
visit is described as unofficial, the
Countess is said to report confident
ially on her travels. She is reported
as a 6harp wit, a keen observer, and
similar in temperament to her father.
You can't be too
Careful this time of
the year. . .
The ground is moist most of
the time, and unless your
shoes are in good condition
your feet get damp which
might cause serious illness.
PLAY SAFE BRING US
YOUR SHOES FOR
REPAIRING
Champion Shoe
Shop
E. T. DUCKETT
Next To Western Union
MYLES STANDISH SPEAKS FOR
HIMSELF
Recently our career diplomats were
forbidden to marry aliens without per
mission of the State Department. The
first t0 obtain permission was Myles
Standish, vice consul, who was mar
ried last week to Betty Walls, of
Manchester, England. Mr. Standish
is a descendant of the Pilgrim captain,
who in Longfellow' poem, sent John
Alden to speak for him in the court
ing of Priscella.
i:v Boiv;r.iu
The St.it? of Massachusetts lost ore
of its bfst policemen last woek when
Thomas E. Qualters went to Washing
ton to assume the role of bodyguard
to President Roosevelt, which became
vacant when Gus Ciennvrich died dur
ing the President's visit to the peace
conference at Buenos Aires. Qualters
has had the nickname of Mickey since
his football days, lirst in prep school,
then at Notre Dame, where he played
halfback. He taujght and coached
football at his old prep school, St.
John's in Andover, until 1933 when he
became a state trooper, lie is 32 years
old, 5. feet 10 inches tall, weights 185
pounds.
Qualters first caught Mr. Roose
velt's eye during thorecent political
campaign when he was a-ssipned to
the president's son, James, lie was the
first man the president thought of
for the post when his old friend
Gennerich died.
Endowment Fund last week mailed
271 Christmas checks totaling $19,000
to superannuated Methodist ministers
of North Caroilina. The checks were
accompanied by greetings from Pre
sident W. P. Few, of the I'niversity.
I-OTKAT WANTS STATK VO'I K
Dr. William L. Poteat, president of
the Baptist State Convention and of
the United Dry Forces of North Caro
lin, last week called for the State
wide referendum on the liquor ques
tion as suggested in the minority re
port of the special liquor study commission.
MODKI. W.VJK ACT FOR STATK
Major A. I,. Fletcher, North Caror
lina commissioner of labor announc
ed last week that he would present
a model wage law to the legislature
soon to convene. Ai the same time
he reported that SO per cent of the
textile mills in the State were work
ins employes only 40 hours a week,
hut that at least. 12 manufacturers
were operating on the basis of more
than 50 work hours.
HOPKINS ASKS $750,000,000
Harry I.. Hopkins, Works Progress
Administrator, according to unofficial
reports, frbni Washington, last week
will seek an appropriation of $750,
000. 000 to carry out the work relief
program for the remainder of the
l fiscal year ending June 30.
AN AM, STAlt FACCITY
"If you could select out of all the
history of the world, and from any
field of knowledge, and work, ten in
dividuals to add to the faculty, what
ten would you select?"
Voting on that question last week,
the faculty of the University of Penn
sylvania, chose, Socrates, Plato, Ar
istotle, Leonardo de Vinci. Shakes
peare, Galileo, Newton, Darwin, Pas
teur, and Einstein.
AC. KT PREACH lilts GET CHECKS
Duke University acting for the Duke
TO HASTEN POWER TRIA1
Secretary Ickes revealed last week
that notice had been served that the
Public Works Administration Intended
to seek February 1st to get speedy
trial of the case of three power com
panies against the proposed $37,500,
000 Sanfee-Cooper power project in
South Carolina.
IANDON 'CAULK AT THE WHITE
HOCSE
While in "Washington last week to
attend the Gridiron club dinner, Lon
don called on President Roosevelt at
the White House, In a jovial mood
he left the White House after a visit
of an hour. When asked if the pre
sident said he was sorry that he did
not win the election he replied, "He
diil n't have any ideas about that."
TO PREVENT INFLATION
The Treasury- Department announc
ed last week a far-reaching new con
trol program designed to prevent huge
imports of. foreign capital from upset
ting the domestic economy of the
AMERICAN ENKA CORPORATION, ENKA, N. C.
New Year's Greetings
and Best Wishes
AMERICAN ENKA CORPORATION
Enka, N, C.
United States. It was declared that
under the new program gold pur
chases would be "sterilized" in an "in
active account" so that they could
not be . used as a basis for an infla
tion of credit in this country.
CI' BAN' PRESIDENT OUSTED
Cuba's president Miguel Mariano
Gomez was voted out of office early
Thursday morning by the Cuban
senate sitting as a court of justice,
which convicted him at the conclus
ion of an impeachment trial on charg
es of interfering with the processes of
government. He was ousted from
office as a result of his veto of a sugar
tax bill to provide funds for an army
sponsored rural school program. It
was the first removal by law of a Cu
ban president.
VOTES COME HIGH
The 'communist.- party campaign
committee reported last week that it
For Bad Feeling
Due to Constipation
0t rid of constipation bj taking Blaok
Draught af toon ai you notice that bowal
activity ha slowed up or you begia to fool
aluggUn. Thouiande prefer Black-Draught
tor the refreshing relief it ha brought
them. . . Mr. Ray Mullln, of Lata, Ark,
VTlta: "My huaband and I both take
Tbedford'i Black-Draught and find It
splendid for constipation, biliousness, and
the disagreeable, aching, tired feeling that
oonMS from this condition." With refer
ence to Byrup of Black-Draught, which
this mother gives her children, she larst
"They like the taste and it gave suah
good results." .
BLACK-DRAUGHT
Prosperous
New Year
And Many Thanks To All My Custo
mers For The Business
Given Me,
W. T. DENTON
i
Start the New Year off Right
By Taking out Stock in the
39th Series
of the
HAYWOOD HOME BUILDING
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
25c PER SHARE TAX FREE
A Thrifty and Safe Investment
DIRECTORS
L. M. Richeson
S. H. Bushnell
J R. Boyd
R. L. Prevost
E. J. Hyatt
C. N. Allen
V. H. Burgin
L. M. Killian
J. W, Ray
O. H. Shelton
Building
Haywood Home
and Loan Association
OFFICES IN MORGAN, STAMEY AND WARD BUILDING
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R. L. PREVOST, President.
; E. J. HYATT, Vice-President S. H. BUSHNEIX, Secy-Treas.
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