Two G-Men Here
Of Armory Supplies
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opinion of Mr. Francis that all indict
ments, if any, will be turned over to
the Federal Court.
Most of the alleged shortage took
place from the time work on the
armory ceased the first of June, until
about the first of August. The two
month period was necessitated be
cause of lack of funds at the time to
complete the $,'58,000 project.
From WPA officials in Ashe ville, it
was learned yesterday, that the ar
mory is scheduled to be completed
100 per cent by October 24. At pres
ent 25 men are at work on the build
ing. It was said that the investiga
tion now underway would not inter
fere with the actual construction
The armory will cost over $38,000
when completed. It is 115 by 110 feet,
and is of brick construction. Actual
work got underway in October of 10,'iO.
The building is on a lot. 11)5 by 200
feet, and is located near the Southern
The building will be the home of
Company "H," of the 120 Infantry,
which is composed of 01 men and three
22 From Haywood At
Twenty-two Haywood county stu
dents have registered as members of
the freshman class at Brevard Col
lege. This group is the largest rep
resentation from any one county in
Following is a list of the students:
Marshall Davis and James Eric Whis
enhunt, Jr., from Hazelwood; Charles
Heall, Joseph Earl Moore, Richard
Ned Morris, and Virginia Osborne,
from Canton; Frank Hathbone from
Clyde; James Safford and Ted Saf
ford, Fines Creek; Stella Roten, Dell
wood; Lynwood McElrOy, Catherine
Martin, Marguerite Murphy, John
Cordcll Noland, Mary Poteate, David
Stentz, Robert Hiram Welch, and John
Webb West, Jr., Waynesville.
Mary Anne Turner, of Waynesville,
was recently elected secretary of the
Young people's division of the college.
This organization is one of the most
active on the campus, holding vesper
meetings each Sunday night and ren
dering other campus and community
Miss Turner is a member of the
sophomore class and she was also ac
tive in campus activities during her
first year at Brevard College.
Why does Uncle Sam refer to them
as "nuisance taxes" when every tax
can be classified as a nuisance.
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that the Hazelwood plants were now
paying out more for payroll than all
the plants combined in North Caroli
na did 40 years ago. Something like
15,000 men are now engaged in mak-
i ing furniture in North Carolina, and
it is his opinion that this state is
destined to become the furniture cen
ter of the nat ion.
"The quality of furniture produced
in Noilh Carolina surpasses that made
in any other state."
"At. Hazelwood we are working to
the end to design and manufacture
furniture to meet the good taste of
the people, at a price they can afford
to pay," he said.
"Furniture in the home reflects the
character of the owner, as well as
the manufacturer, and for that reason
there is no monoply in the furniture
.manufacturing business, because there
must be individually in every piece
"Some of the largest manufacturing
plants in the nation only employ 1,000
Seventy per cent of all timber used
by the Unagufta plants, is produced
locally. Only gum and a few other
woods are shipped in.
Mr. Prevost remarked that he
thought Western North Carolina was
passing up a real opportunity by not
developing plants along the Murphy
Branch to turn out finished wood pro
The speaker was introduced by his
son, Ralph Prevost, who is general
sales manager of the Unagusta, and
a director of the Rotary Club.
Twelve visitors were present.
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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
David Stentz Named
Class At Brevard C.
The 22 students from Haywood
county who are attending Brevard
College, have carried off honors for
the freshman class,
David Stentz, son of Mr. and Mrs.
I. Dale Stentz, was elected president
of the freshman class and Catherine
Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O.
R. Martin, secretary, at a, meeting
last week at the college.
Other officers of the freshman class
are: William Rock, of Winston-Salem,
vice president, and James Starkton, of
David Palmer Is
David R. Palmer, son of (Jiorgc
Palmer, of Rate iff Cove, formerly of
Cataloochee, was appointed this, week
by the Commissioner of Revenue, A. ).
Maxwell, as one of 'the seven junior
auditors of the .Revenue '.Department
The position carries with it a salary
of $1,500 annually. Palmer was form
erly with the agriculture department.
New district offices will lie estah- 1
Iished at Rockingham . and Rocky
Mount and field offices will be retain
ed at Asheville, Orcenslioro. New llein
and Wilmington. Tin- additions aie to
decrease traveling expenses.
District one, with headquarters in
Asheville, includes the following coun
ties: Ashe Avery, Huncombc, Uurkc, ;
Caldwell, Cherokee, Clay-, Cleveland,
Graham, Haywood, Henderson, Jack- j
son, Macon, Madison, McDowell, j
Mitchell, Polk, Rutherford, Swain,;
Transylvania, Watauga and Yancey. j.
The following subscriptions have
been received during the past two
Wm. Swingfiold, Rome, Ga.
N. L. Stephens, Route 1.
J. A. Sisk, Route 1.
Walter Mehaffey, City.
Dr. J. R. McCracken, City.
Farmers' Exchange, City.
Mrs. C. W. Ellner, City.
(J. C. Swayngim, Route 1.
Hugh E. Leatherwood, Route 1.
Mrs. C. F. Starnes, Buena Vista, Ga.
Cauley Rogers, Clyde, Route 1.
W. M. Eller, Hazelwood.
L. C. Davis, Hazelwood.
Rev. Will Massie, Hazelwood.
L, M. Davis, Hazelwood.
W. C. Stillwell, Hazelwood.
Oliver Webb, Hazelwood.
Glenn Davis, Route 1.
W. 1. Troutman, Hazelwood.
Clyde West, Hazelwood.
Aaron Winchester, Hazelwood.
IV A. Winchester, Hazelwood.
Harry Crawford, Hazelwood.
.lesse Roushee, Hazelwood.
W. M, Raines, Hazelwood.
Mrs. Jess Curtis, Hazelwood.
Carl RischofT, Hazelwood.
MrsRaymond Scates, Hazelwood.
Grover L. Davis, City.
R. M. Hell, Hazelwood.
Lyndon R-ryson, City.
A. W. Carswell, City.
Kate Massie, City.
Mrs. C. E. Weatherby, Faison, N. C.
Claudia Royd, Route 2.
C. S. DaVis, Hazelwood.
Mrs. Margaret Hill, Hazelwood.
H. L, Hyatt, Hazelwood.
.1. P. Truitt, Hazelwood.
Harry Hyatt, Route I.
E. E. Morgan, Hazelwood.
Norman Grant, Hazelwood.
Mrs. R. H. Gordon, Norfolk, Va.
Mrs. M. F. Albright, City.
Will Frazicr, City.
Ray McElroy, Route 1.
F. A. Crawford, Lake Junaluska.
D. D. York, Route 1.
R. C. Ledbettcr, Canton, Route 2.
W. A. Swanger, Canton, Route 2.
W. M. Green, Canton, Route 2.
Gaston Burnett, Canton, Route 2.
C. -M. Chambers, Canton, Route 2.
Mrs. J. B. Rigdon, Canton, Route 2.
Addie E. Clark, Canton, Route 2.
C. B. Atkinson, City. -Mrs.
Amelia Hoke, Williamsburg,
Mrs. J. E. Jones, City.
Dr. L. L. Justice, Clermont, Fla.
Jas. Henry Toy, Chapel Hill.
Rev. T. S. Roten, Dellwood.
Mrs. R. M. Ferguson, Route 2.
J. W. Edwards, Dellwood,
A. H. Turpin, City.
R. M. Fie, City.
W. M. Caddis, Route 1.
Mrs. C. L. Smathers, Clyde.
H. A. Osborne, Canton.
Glenn Brown, Clyde.
J. H. Gossett. Route 2.
V. II . Byers. Canton.
Edith Robinson, Canton.
Dr. J. M. Russell, Canton.
Rev. L. F. Clark, Canton, Route 1.
Kenneth Lowe, Route 2.
Ernest Messer, Canton.
M. T. McCracken, City.
K. Howell, City.
Gerald Noland, Ocala, Fla.
Lillian Wyatt, Cullowhee.
O. A. Yount, City.
Gaither McClure, Route 1.
M rs. J. R. McCown, City.
Earl Messer, Cove Creek.
Roe Smith, City. 1 '
John Bumgarner, Route 1.
Millard Howell, Route 2.
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tender bound for the liner President Jefferson, a huge American
flag signaled its mission, but the boat was forced to run between the
criss-cross fire of Japanese and Chinese batteries as it raced up
the Whangpoo river. It was because the flag was the only protec
tion afforded the refugees that Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., one of
those aboard the tender, voiced a sharp criticism of the state de
partment for not providing armed convoys when she returned to
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