HE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Published In The County Sect of Haywood County At The Eastern Entrance oj The Great Smokv Mountains National Park
FIFTY-FOURTH YE Ail NO. 21
WAYXESN 1FFE. X. C. THURSDAY. .MAY 26.193S
$1.50 IN ADVANCE IN COUNTY
i lu'.mt-i were auueu
.:i tKmks during the
jays, and they will
u." on June iViuth.
1 k mrair registra-
i, and the Kepub-
;.."iki, according: to
i t u'it latum, u
nase in the pri
h the statemcir.
ii.avv vote was
apparent that there
c K a able more money
...; campaign than was indi
. Some have gone on
I ,,,-vdici that around $10,000
m Haywood. B
;:..s present calculation
,,b. .iwuaile down to $5,000
Officials Greet First Airmail Plane To Land Here
;. ak were the clerk of
;,r oinimissionetrs contest.
i..i;:::ab!,' prediction was. be
md as denied by friends
liMiii.i v. .if is legal again
,,.ri, ana that will tend to
l.ual vote. For two years
;:, , s were used lor county
candidates. .NOW, 11 a
.ib-ciii l'loin the county on
ii.iv, or ph sieally unable to
:m I'.Jii-, an absentee ballot
,is:. -Two ten ins have to be
t fer .absentee voting either
:i;ti!e t'roiii the chairman of
i of. elections, or from the
-iTfr W f?Jr MfM
Hazelvood At "Outs"
With Waynesville Over
Increased Water Rates
No Notice Given
iy ( Increase In Kaits l!een In
E fleet Two Months; Fatrons
! Outside l'a ini? W -More
jIIaehood Officials liked When
I Kate Is Stepped Up 7.V ,
itluml Iliic' Notice
I t:e pa--t
ville s watt r
tn id whv their
sihiden pimp. Sc
:lig jnpt s ; other
vants to bo more
cut out watering
I 1 lie seel i t I
j I he w at or
I ect ive April
: 1 roiii tin' at
! l alroiis ins
! avi iiu'c ot J.r
i oal i ons liviuu
lie Iiiimi- 1 1 . i '
wo hioii'Jis, W'aynes
pairons have been
heads, in an clioit to
wati r bills took a
iiio looked lor lenk
; warned their ser
caret'ul, while others
rates were raised ef
tirst without notice
r depai luu'iit.
de will have to pay an
per cent increase ; while
OOtsi.le of the corpor
e been neiiali.eil bv a
1 !:ese ot'ieials, retributing various -groups -ol 1
to laud m Havwood, and place aboard airmail accum
i:ght: .lavor .Ahiriay, Canton; Mavor 1'ivvost, Haz
W anesvilie. Hack row: Postmaster Hill, Canton; .
'1 he plane took on Jo, I pieces ol mail here.
I. wore on !
i', 'in over tl
-biM Hi Wei
Min i av
U' W i i il t
ust niaster lloweil
low, 'oM lo
-ju-iiji mi the registrations,
el tn;;, several persons here-ve-siig
a Republican ticket,
o:.-;t;i eil as lieiiKicrats. The
i-t ill ti.e changing- over was done
lnavviilhin ami in East Fork. Nu
iiu-.s elianeeil over to the Ke
an' kt, it a-s said.
- H'lhtieal speech of the
ia:gii win Ik. delivered here bat-
: aiHii.oon at three o'clock by .
., Uhitmnv, congressional candi
, lo'iii Ib iiili'isoiiville. For Sen
' fthitsnnv startid his cam))aign
ikn.i: t..iur last week, and reports
hiiii: I lay wood are that he had
ir-'i'i) ci-o'wds, and. has presented
c ti-iiig camiiaign "thunder."
Y- t:iv will be something like
iKni ! Ii.ihhi votes in Haywood
tin- I'i'iimessiniial race, a strong
t will be made here, and those
tu .Mr. Whhmiiv predict he will
' 'l"ttii'' in his Saturday ad-
die state had a har
gt'iieral good time in
k. About the biggest
s loped at the meeting,
1'K sentiment for Sena-
According to a Char
wnter, the '-gathering
tiie earmarks oi a rally
e s I.ob Reynolds than
i'-iiiii it on party pnnci-
Not only ilid officials and interested .townspeople turn out io
greet the plane, but scores of youngsters were right there to p-; hist
hand information of "how airmail is handled." Photo hi) nuik Mm tni
ference To Bring
500 To The Lake
Annual ' Summer Confertnce Oi
Vocational Teachers rIo Get
Aldermen To Hold
is 1'ilot Me
J 1. 1 piece.,
durra .signing up bn
nl an inar! which hi
bv plane la- t 1 burs
no hi h run I; Mitrlni.
if Ni'Ws continued:
11 1 11 '! of couisc, went
.ill the motions. They heard
K-n-u., they adopted a phitform,
fc"!"l and applauded the elder
' i ,ul th v ttollcd the glo
'.1 the Democratic adminis
hen they applauded
H-i'd tial pounded the floor
"b'tt WalKlIlir ranee hnarincr
Stick to Hob Reynolds.'
walked around their
bbons riv,il.,in,in. i
, """Willie .:. 111
."''V 1,U htn Reynolds
"."ii- hall in-cli .;u tj....
. oi; nis entry
i ::' '
-ti ,r I , tht m lsle was
' ' 1 ' a u-c(.ndo of cheeis
- frill IH' n-liiF i
'T mdid.te F.ank
. "s's her-! i.i
. wii, uui n was
i and he lot the Run-
0 have it. He sat
P'.'tforni, watching the
h" cmis and
, . VJCKar
j.. - e L.m came ,n the fact
1 "'is made no effort
w-'ve of Reynolds en-
")e. of h! x. .x .
iivui" 'oeiius suarieu
. kj' V11 Wlth Hancock
o- Th l wei'e el'ked off
fv.lt;y Was the Hancock
l ' -Mbly quite wise, at
" of the state execu-
f tta ill u Mwyn, a mem-
mittee- ri""rSional execu
y judicial committoo- -m
i i.fS Q w . iui s.
The annual conference ot th
C:arolma teachers of vocational ag
riculture, headed bv Hoy H. lhomas,
of Raleigh, will meet at Lake Juna
luska next week, beginning on Mon
day and closing on I-liday after
noon. Tal II. Stafford, of Asheville,
is district supervisor.
The teachers and their families w ill
arrive at the Lake on Monday. On
that afternoon Charles h. Ray, Jr.,
chairman of the Governor s county
hospitality committee, will welcome
On Tuesday morning a business
session will be held, while the afternoon-will
be spent in taking miscel
laneous trips of special interest, in this
section to agriculturists. The trip
will be sponsored by the aynesville j
Chamber of Commerce.
On Tuesday night entertainment
will be furnished bv a group of Cher
okee Indians, who will present a pro
gram of Tribunal dances in the audi
torium at Lake Junaluska.
Ou Wednesday morning a businesi
session will be held, while the after
noon will be given over to a motor
cade to Chngman's Dome, directed
by the Waynesville Chamber of Com
merce. That night the teachers and
their friends will rniov movies at
the Lake auditorium.
The. business -of. the group will be j
continued on Thursday morning. In
men meet tonight t
North engineer, plans foi
filtering plant and
inch pipe line from
the filtering plant.
1 he board has
board of alder
i discuss with an
building a new
running an eight
the watershed to
before them a number of times
and will probably proceed immediately
with the erection of a filtering plant.
.Mayor . I. H. Way said yesterday
that an application had been made
for a loan with which to do the work.
No statements were
about the plans pending a
with the engineer.
More Than 100
To Attend District
Club Meeting Here
Home Demonstration ( In lis OI
Fust District 'Io Gather Here
All Day Friday
ne r cent increase,
he rales have been
to cubic feet,
o!" .1.000 ealloiis
kinged to M.noi) e-all
el's are i'i"(iii!'i'il to
000 .jalloiis, nislea.
lor !.''"U e-alloiis.
I he change I'l oni c-'aMor
feet w as ilmie in order In
work ill t ho tow ir otlico.
i and' one -half ' -cubic feel
Ion, it was eplaiued.
No statement was rjvon
whv the public was not
'1 he c plana! ion for i In
rates was niveii a.-, "it is- en
to-. deliver the wild r than
1. 1 fl'olil
.his: for $1.
l of i
to t lie vral-
i mil as to
lllel t iiseil
i t ing niore
We ai'e re
, lis giveii
ci ivinu'. and an ipen.-nse i,
l ho i ii-vv- ralo scln dub
0.U I at the town hall, was
( Inside low n nitcs)
i minium -io0 i-uliii- fee! $1.00.
Next 000 cubic fel l, L'O,: per 100 cubic
Next OOO cilliie I'eet
All over .'1(100 cubic
100 cubic feet..
nine feet "0,
ela i ion.-.
ite pa i i iin ;it
(heir act ion o
to 1 1 ; i i- lw-ood
Ila.u dwood's ahh i in
are much disturbed ovei
and the patrons in lla
ireeiy expri ssu
a to i
!' I we
niont lis ago
won't stand for the unjustified
i i in
Tin- matter came to lit lit when ( he
lla.elwood board 'noticed their bill
for water from Waynesville had sud
denly increased, t'ln.n investigation.
ihal the i.ale had been
per' cent wit bout t heir
d: The llaelwooil board
-.in b I he ihll'er, rice wit ti
ll on to tin ir palroiis,
ielinite act inn is taken.
I niti ae.nn last nieht
I'oiisiiliiiir. eiieio ; it who him
n I he c i oiind. Plans an- to
ii.iss ineel nie; for l-;i ,dav nigh!
, I .V p. i 1 00 cubi
fi ef, I lc per 100
Next 20(10 cubic
All over ::o(ii) i
' 100 (
Pie ru r 10'i ruble
libic feet, JOc pel' 100
ill the scllnii
! he pi ople
fil'i si riled In
hoard of aid.
'"If 1 Uei i lis Thai
cha.ri-re oiii' pal nil
1 1 ' ! 1 1 1 1 1 iiiiii-iiiimn I
We tolel.ili' ', . in
M.i'oi; hiteiii i
day.- "The pei
free lo ex pi i ss
woii'l Slallel l( I
I lie lou u of I la
operate' a -systi
pi li e w e have. b'i
a '-,000 gallon' ,,i
I. at 7 :.lo. , u hu h l ime
of I lazi h ood aw 1 1 liave
: Ih' in llio lai (s, and the
I'l'illell w ill abl.le by fhei
w e w i I I have .to
about $2. 1.0' per
i o.i'KiO gallons, ,f
il le's new iirlee."
l'i: Vos; sa.il ye.sl.er
I'll here liae been
I niiiseh s l i.al i hey:
oe'i a .pi ice,-- W hen
'.elwood ran own and
in for I he same old
en paying- .$I.2.Y for
X -if,- I:
si leeted and I here js
available, and Tepi
l- A am
I he lla;-..
The AssociatHUi ot surgeons of i,he
Southern Railway . System elected Dr.
J F Abel- of Waynesville, as first
vice president, at their annual con
vention, which is meeting in New
Orleans this week. The Hl-lil con
vention will be luld in Washington, I).
Dr (J. I. .Jones. Washington, chief
surgeon of the railroad, conducted an
open forum on the handling of 'lies
pass injury eases, ' which he said
comprise niore Than 50 per . cent of
.More than (our hundred women have
notified .Miss Mary Margaret Smith,
county home demonstration agent, of
; their plans to attend the annual nicet
i ing ol the I" li st District of the North
j Carolina federation of home demon
. sf.ratioii clubs,: , which w ill be held
here in the ! list .Methodist church
Ion I-ridav, .May the 27lh. I his num-
her includes 1 club menibers lroin
the groups ol Haywood county.
Mrs. Clyde K. Hoey, of Raleigh,
will? of the (.lovernor, will make the I wood
irineipal address of tlie day. Other j
.Thomas (ireen, 9,
Dies Of Injuries
Received In Fall
Son OI Mrs. Lawrence 'Green
Fell. Frof :0-Foot Cliff Fast
W ill Siari nunuay
the afternoon the teachers will have: . cu,wl,.l
their choice of trips, a game of golf,NeV Traill Schedule
or a visit to the Uiltmore Mansion.
That night the Waynesville Chamber -
of Commerce will be hosts at a danpe
at Armory honoring the visitors. The
Buccaneers, of Asheville, will fui n-1
ish the music, and the Soco Gap :
dancers will present a floor show.
On Friday morning a business ses
sion will close the weeks activities.
Approximately five hundred teach
ers will attend the conference.
PAUL MARTIN ILL
Paul Martin has been confined to his
bed for the past two days. He was
reported better yesterday and is
expected to be out this week-end.
Iinn.ng Sin lav, the passtngei'
train going cast will leave here at
12-40 ; instead of 1:23.
The Change in schedule, necessitates
, . irir, tVio mails at the
a cnange m -i.ii"'fe
All mail going
have to be in tne post j
11-55, it was announced by Post
master J. H. Howell. The mail will
leave the office at 12:20.
The rvsw schedule puts the heaviest
mails of the day on the post office
force within an hour's time.
I speakers who w ill take part on the
! -prog-ram. will be: .Miss Ruth Current, I
i state . -home" demonstration agent,'
I Miss Anna C. Rowe, district agent, !
.'hi S. Sloan, district farm'.. agent, audi
Mis f W I lod, piisidi nt of thi
iNorth I arolma lederation (if Ivoitie
demonstration clubs. i
j .Mrs. Ilarley Reno, of Canton, rl is-
I trict chairman, will preside. Iho l
meeting will open at I0:d0 and ad-1
i journ for luncheon at 12:40 which will
be served in the. dining.' room of the
church, buffet style. The afternoon
session will start at 2:00 o clock an 1
the meeting is scheduled to adjourn
at 3 :-)0 o'clock.
Welcomes will be extended the
women by Mrs. C. C. Newell, of this
county, J. A. Lowe, -chairman of the
Haywood countv commissioners,'. and
F. S. Sloan, district farm agent. Mrs.
K. W . Strunk, of Cherokee county
clubs, will respond.
Serving on the registration com
mittee from the clubs of Havwood will
be Mrs. Paul Robinson, Mrs. Paul
Hyatt, Mrs. Grady Rogers, Mrs. Lvn
wood Grahl, Mrs. XV. T. Raincr, Mrs.
Carl Medford, and Mrs. Herbert Plott.
Those responsible for the decora
tions of the church and receiving
rooms, will be Mrs. Henry Francis,
Mrs. Mary Russell, Mrs. Jerry Fran
cis, Mrs. L. C. Ferguson, Mrs. D. R.
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Last lites- were held on Saturday
afternoon at . three o'clock at the
First, Baptist. , .church, ' for Thomas
Hoone Green, age ,!l years, wh
it, 4:10 I'lidav morninir in the II
t Tuler any
) lain i, -already
plenty, of w'aler
eiilii ives I Com
IM' ( '. 'have Ii. ,:
Iwiiod boaid and ot
.'issistaiici' and suf-
10 install the plant,
a plant. . can be in
'lild provide-- H.'iO.iiO')
I hours, it. was said..
11 15,00(1.' a sewerage
he installed at the same,
take llazelwood sewerage
bland Creek, aiid absolve
from' being a party of the
i.l hit ion of the creek."
one of the plans, it was
the llazelwood mayor.
ev el' .v
t he. water depart meiit' co
if self in five years, w ith
in i rliiimni , i
ml mi a
.. . t
i lor a
i watershed as
las, il, was cMilamei!. .
lhe Waynesville bo;in ol alderme'i
explain (hat . they have been losing
money on the water sold Hazelwood.
I i in- rate for years has be.cir $200 for
Hospital. The Rev. :,lrst .""'''nn gallons and 10 cents
of Asheville, former I T"1 thousand for every thousand
pastor of the church, officiated. Bur
ial wa.s in (Jreen Hill cemetery.
Pallbcarort-H w;en; the .following
young boys: .Byron Marsh, Wilson
Medford, Joe late, Jr., Jess Crouser,
Jr., Henry I-ov, and Joe Massic.
Tommy met his. death from results
ot a fifty fool fall from the edge of
Wild Cat Cliff, which overlooks lhe
Waynesville Country Club golf course
He had gone with his two older
brothers on -an- overnight camping
tup on U((hiisii night 1 hi bioth
ei s had selected a camp site and were
waiting for some other bovs to join
them, when Tommy strolled about
investigating, and fell, from the clifl.
The brothers rushed to the cliff,
and Tom was taken lo a house
nearby and . a. physician summoned.
When the doctor arrived he took him
to the Haywood County Hospital
wnere he lived until .Friday morning.
Tommy -was the son of Mrs. Olive
Boone Green, and the late Lawrence
Greeny grandson of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas L. Green and of the late Mr
and Mrs. Jesse Daniel Boone. Mr
Boone was for many years owner and
editur of The Waynesville Mountan-eer..-'
Surviving are his mother; five
sisters, Olive Jane, Ruth, Merrill,
Mary Joe, and Palsy, and three
brothers, Mack, Emmette, and John
ny, and his grand parents, Mr. and
15 cents per
is now using
I he new rate is a
the first million
thousand for the
and 10 cents tor each
afier. llazelwood is
lightly in excess of a
a mini inuiu
Mayor 1'revosl said that in (he
past eight years, llazelwood had paid
$.2.1,275.07 l Waynesville for water
Jhe Waynesville board argues that
the demand, here in the summer taieV
(he capacity ot the pipe line, and that
they will be forced to spend eonsider
abh to tike can of tin di mind, and
that if Waynesville was not, supplying- ,
llazelwood that there would not h
any m cess, t of lnstll,,, fl ain
pipe .line.. ; The Waynesville water
shed is now- producing about .'six
million gallons of water, a day. The
consumption here reaches a million
gallons a day for a few days in the,,
summer, especially during a dry . sea
. W'ayncsyille is :al,so.: supply iiig Lake
The llazelwood board explained
that the new rate was put into ef
fect three months ago without their
being notified. No notice whatever
Was given to any llazelwood official,
and it was only after checking over
the higher water bill, and "asking for
an explanation that the news was
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