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THURSDAY, MARCH 19 j
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
(Continued from page one)
600 Haywood voters are either in
the service or out of the county
on "offense" jobs.
This has been giving some types
of business real headaches for the
past few months, and now it looks
as if the politicians aj-e going to
do a little head scratching. In the
general elections, it would not mat
ter, but in the primary, the law is
still on the books which plainly
says: "No absentee voting in the
primary except men in active
To get that many voters back
here on May 30th is out of the
Getting absentee material to men
in service, have it properly filled
out, natorized, and returned would
be too expensive.
Failure to get those 1,000 or
more votes cast on May 80th will
make a difference when counting
time comes. For the most part,
the voters away from here are the
conservative and individual voter,
who marks his ballot according to
his wishes and goes on about his
business. The "floaters" who hang
around for hand-outs are still with
us, and the outcome when many
of those fellows vote is just a mat
ter of guess.
This war is proving to be hard
on everyone, and the candidates
who haven't thought of it before,
now realize that campaigning this
year is going to be pretty tough
sledding, and every sure vote is
going to be worth a lot.
Week By Board
(Continued from page 1)
William Allen Withers from I-A
to I-B; James Kenyon Casey, from
III-A to I-B; Wilburn Alexander
Campbell from I-A to I-B.
Among those continued in class
III-A are the following: Herman
Franklin Arrington, Jacob Hez
likiah Davis, Jack Justice, Wil
liam Lee Allen, Mason Edward
Clark, William Ray Wright, and
Ed Haynes Davis. Reclassified and
put in II-A are Frank Lyle Saund
ers from IV-F; and Ernest Daniel
Estes from I-H.
The following classified for the
first time were put in IV-F: Frank
Burnette, Roy Carver, and Thomas
Transferred from I-A to I-C
are: Osborne H. Foster, Priestly
Erwin Osborne, John Conroy
Casey, James Martin, Thomas Er
win, Eugene Edward Love, Archie
Alonzo Snipes, Jack Oby and John
Easter Seal Sale
Is Now Underway
(Continued from page 1)
schools, but the children are not
selling them on the streets, it has
been pointed out.
A play depicting the work of the
Society for Crippled Children and
their needs will be presented as
part of the program in the Way
nesville area, under direction of
Miss Hester Anne Withers.
The first performance of the
play will be given at the Hazel-wood
school on Friday of this week ;
Monday at the local high school;
Tuesday at the Central Elemen
tary school; and Wednesday at
the East Waynesville school.
In addition to the seals that are
being sold by the individual mem
bers of the two sponsoring organi
zations in the county,- a number
of letters are being mailed to citi
zens in the county containing seals
and a return envelope in which
to send back money in payment.
Sharp Cut Gasoline
Will Start Today
(Continued from page 1)
, get tires will be about all who can
get gasoline' one operator said.
The same groups eligible for
tires are included in the unlimited
gasoline allotment, the order said.
Some 10,000,000 motorists will
be effected by the order, and 100,
000 service stations in Eastern
America will operate under the
ruling, starting today.
Section To Have
On Friday Night
(Continued from page one)
This will start at 9 and last until
Citizens in the area are request
ed not to use their telephones at
this time unless absolutely neces
sary, in order to facilitate reports
from air wardens coming to head
quarters in the town hall.
All stores and buildings with spe
cial lighting and signs are asked
to have outside switches out in
order that the air wardens who
will be instructed to aid in "all
darkness" may turn them off at
These same signals will be used
when the blackouts are actually
being staged. Announcements will
be made regarding rehearsals for
next week's blackouts.
Daytime air raid rehearsals will
begin on Tuesday of next week,
the 24th, at 2:30. Signtds for be
ginning and all clear blasts will
be the same as those jutt describ
ed. Those in charge of the air raid
practices are asking that all school
authorities and plant officials take
this opportunity to teach pupils
and employes to evacuate buildings
and property quickly.
Jerry Rogers, chief of police of
Hazelwood, is county chairman of
air wardens? Rnhert Huch Clark.
of the Waynesville area ; and Ru-
lus Gaddis, of the Hazelwood sec
tion. Wardens for Waynesville are: R.
H. Gibson, T. G. Boyd, T. G. Mas
sie, F. E. Worthington, Roy Fran
cis, Clayton Walker, Dr. N. M.
Medford, John Morris, W. C.
Boutwell, Roy Campbell, R. L.
Coin, C. W. Minette, J. H. Howell,
W. A. Bradley, W. F. Strange, C.
L. Grahl, E. E. Fuller, Hartmen
Farmer, J. C. Brown.
Also C. A. George, H. B. Milner,
J. C. Patrick, Sam Kelly, Leo Mar
tel, C, C. White, Francis Massie,
Gilbert Reeves, Claude Rogers,
Herbert Burnette, M. H. Bowles,
Ben Colkitt, R. T. Messer, E. L.
Withers, M. B. Brown, Grady Clay
ton, Claude Woodward, L. L. Ker
ley, Bradford Mehaffey, and G.
Hazelwood: Rufus Gaddis, G. N.
Allen. Remus Bell. Jasper Brock.
J. C. Burrell, Fred Palmer, Leslie
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