THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, lj
r?AGE SIX (First Section?
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
HUNTING AMINES OFF JAP COAST
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday school at 9:4." a. m. Earl
Morning worship at 11:00 a. m.
Tho Ordinance of the Lord's Sup
per will be observed.
Training Union at ( M0 p. m.
Miss Hat sip Freeman is diicola.'.
Every leader and member of 1iiis
organization is urijed In lie in the.r
places promptly at t; :;o.
Evening worship at 7:30 p. n.
The sermon subject to be "The
IYayinsJ Christ and the Ciivinu
Fathce John 14:lii.
Sunday school ot'iecrs and teaeh
ers will meet Monday nijiht at
7:30 in the assembly room of the
Intermediate depart merit.
Mid-week service and choir re
hearsal YVedii' sday nu;!u at 7:30.
We cordir.ily invite all visitors
and those who have no eliureh
home to attend these serwees.
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on the second (In
Temple. Scrvi: e
Sunday mm ..in-.;
o.' the I.es on
will bo taken ft
12: 13, "What sil;
the Lord for all 'I:
ward me'.' I will l.k
salvation, and call n
of the Lord."
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DFmOIT .lames Cieotte. 22, a
Detroit taxicah driver, had a bct-
ter idea of addresses than a pas-
sender w hom he picked up recently
! for a fare.
I Cieotte chose the police station
i when the fare was not forthcoming
; ile complained that he had driven
j Cladys CraijI. 41. whom he picked
! ii: at a bar. from one address to
another while she sought a loan
to pay the bill.
; The final address for the dpfcrd
1 ant was jail with 'a 30-day sen-
fence meted out by Recorder's
' Judfie W. -McKay Skillman.
ATL.WTA Infant prodigies are
perennial;., hut this city claims an
exception in K: I ward Karl Gardner,
.Ir.. wiio, at three years of age,
"GUINEA PIGS," they call themselves sailors of the "guinea pis squad
ron" but Albin Scheppner (above, left) of Lrie, Pa., and Harvey Hunter
of Vancouver, Wash., prove worthy of tradition as wiih their comrades
they go about locating live U. S. mines in the waters oil Japan. Hazards
are real, as suggested by the padding and tank helmets shown in the
wheelhouse of the Joseph Holt and as tuld in news of the sinking of the
alinifet "with moderate loss of life." Navy photo. (ntcrnalwin!)
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Church school Sund.iv niorninu
at 10 o'clock. M. II, Howler super
intendent. Preaching sen ice at ll o'clock.
The pastor will pn ach on the ab
ject: "Can the Sj;. i lm- e! C;,,,!'--Lamp
Pierce t he C i n '"
There will not be a Sunday ee
nins preaching son ice.
Tile Yoin h i'elln v - bin ire1' i;iL'
Will be held at 0:4a in l:;a l.(ih--Parlor
of tlie church. I'i,m for
the New Year will lie d a u--e !,
All the members are ur::ed to be
present at this important meeiing.
VVAYNFSVn.I.F Pit I SHYTIIRI
Rev. Malcolm It. Williamson,
Whitcner Prcvot. superintend
ent of Sunday school.
Suiiflay school at 10 o'c lock.
Morning worship 1 I o'clock.
Sermon Subieit: "The Accept
able Year of the Lord."
Young Pinole's League meets at
6:30 p. m.
Prayer service Wednesday eve
ning at 7 o'clock.
CHAMPION MAR OF la
n l' ii I. I N G TO N. Wis. -- The
.' orhl champion liar" of HI4.a. as
Ijud.ed by the Hii'dington Liar's
'ub. is M K. Linehan. of Louis- .
Mle. ti'i' his tale of how lie sacd
ie Kentucky metropolis from a
Mr. Linehan's story toppeil a 372
other exaggerations which were
sen: in to the club in competition
in' its annual award.
The Kenluckian's prize winning
en! ry in t he contest :
"Very few people know it. mil
it was through my efforts that the
: 191") Ohio River flood was stopped
before it spread out of control.
"On the day the wafer reached f
its peak and was expected to flo al
half of Louisville. I made a hurried
I call to the eelction hoard, had i
j them arrange a special local option j
election, and we voted the town;
1 dry in a half an hour."
memorizes children's books.
The son of Edward E. Gardner
Sr., Atlanta manager of the Lig
gett Drug Company, Inc., the child
is reported capable of reading
from memory ten of the children's
story books, such as "Little Black
Sambo." His father says that one
reading is enough: the child picks
up and repeats by memory from
FDITH A. I.OWF
I daughters. Mrs. Malcolm Janes, of
this co'in1' . Mrs I awrence Smith.
of Fiiiinvi'le. V .1.. Mrs. George
j I rani I of Fort Worth. Texas, and
I Mrs. Marry Stevenson and Miss:
I Itannie I'ouc!!. of Fdeston. N. J.;
I his father. Albert Howell, of this
I 'otinlv I'M) Pro! tiers. W. Mirk and
! ;'n fits Howell, bo'h of Haywood
eoiinr : tour s'sters. Mrs. hugene
Moody and All Hubi n Moody.
both of this (oiiuly; Mrs. Glenn
lalwards. and Mis. Sam Sutton, of I
Wa ne-vill". Ml I) o. 2; eighteen
Serving a pallbearers were:
Millv .l.iynes. Charles Kay Howell.
Ilativ Sloven on. Malcolm .laynes,
Li v is simhh and York Allison.
Garrett Funeral Homo was in
barge of the arrangements.
NEW YORK On again, off again
Finnegan had nothing on Michael
Duby, 67, of 167 Bowery, who re
cently made a quick change of de
cision about ending his life.
Tired of hospitals and operating
tables, Duby went to an East River
pier, piled his clothes neatly, and
jumped in. It was then that he
remembered that hospitals and op
erating rooms are warm, at any
He yelled for help, was rescued
by Joseph Slade, a passing mer
chant seaman, and then gave po
lice a detailed record of his medi
cal history. Bellevue hospital,
where he was taken for observa
tion, reported no existing hospital
Clinic and Health
Class To Be Held At
Inman's Chapel Today
A clinic and health class will he
conducted by the Haywood County
public health nurse and Dr. Mary
Miehal, assistant health director at
Inman's Chapfl today at 12:30, ac
cording to an announcement by the
health department. All parents in
the community are invited to bring
their children to the clinic and at
tend the health classes.
Put a dash of nutmeg in your suc
cotash for new flavor.
SUCCUMBS TO PROGRESS
STREETVILLE, Ont. Orange
R. Church, for fifty-two years edi
tor of "The Streetville Review,"
has .uccumbed to progress. For
more than half a century Mr.
Church set up his wetkly by hand,
printed it on a hand press and de
livered it to the postofnee by hand
Last week he installed machine
equipment. Predicting that the
next five years will be "among the
best in your country's history," the
Streetville editor said it is time
for evr'-y concern, large or small,
to expand production to the utmost
"if the waste of war years is to be
ACTS ON THE KID
To increase flow of urine ii
relieve irritation oi the blj
rum exceu acidity in 4
TM HIWUf uninu. .
backufc rum-dowa lin. tT't
lort from ncm acidity in tklTJl
you disturbs nUfau fc. . ""M
to PM watar) Then you
about that famoua doctor'. jT
thouajuui. lw bl.., ,2'
16 herb., root., vegetable,, b,i3
Kilmer', la not harih or k.u:. 71
any way. Many peopla r it. ?
mffmek i. truly amazing.
Send for free, prepaid lamoU Ti
Like tkouaalid. of other. w
that you. did. Send name "i
Department D, Kilmer 4 c r
12SS. Stamford. Cons. CH i,"
Ail druni.u aeil SwTJ
Announcing The Re-opening Of
fUffOSH FLOOIS SE
JUST BACK FROM THE SERVICE
For Frank Cradwofrd. 4"-year-old
panhandler, meanwhile, it
wasn't a case of simply on again,
off an;lin, but too many times al
together. Arrested recently for
disorderly conduct, he was found
to have 71 previous convictions for
panhandling in 20 years.
Canton. 5th Sunday. 8:00 A. M.
Cherokee, 3rd Sunday, 8:00 A.
Cullowhce, 3rd Sunday, 7:30 A.
ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
Schedule of Masses j
Waynesvilic. every Sunday. 11:00
Andrews. 5th Sunday. 1 1 no A. M.
Eryson City. I t Sunday. 8.00 A.
Franklin, 2nd and 4th Sunday,
:00 A. M.
Murphy, 5th Sunday, 8:00 A. M.
Sylva. 1st Sunday, 8:00 A. M.
Welch Cove. 1st Sunday (C.S.T.)
11:00 A. M.
Farmers Federation Has
I'tmeral services were conducted
Tuesday afternoon at the Cita!.
Maple Sprmcs Salvation Ann"
headqtiarlers for Mi-s Edith .
Loive. i daui'hler of Mr. : ; I
Mr-. Kldien L. Lowe, of Joe. Salva
tion A rmy cadel . v, ho died at t i
Ilawood Counlv hospital at 7:1,
a. in Sunday Major Cecil Pro"'n
ul'iciated. Hurial was in trie Hur
ricane View Cemetery.
Surviving are the parent seven
brothers. Paid Lowe, of Oak l!id :e.
Tcnn.. I'fe. Hryan Lowe, now ; erv
ine in Ciermany: Seaman lirst i las;
Ralph Lowe now in .lapan: and
Dallas. Marvin. Fuaene and Cecil,
all of Joe: one sister. Miss Hlanche
darrett I tmeral Home was m
charge of the arrangements.
Miss Frances Robeson had as her :
guest over the week-end her niece. !
Mrs. Weaver Kirkpatrick, and i
young son, of Wilmington. Mrs.
Kirkpatrick was before her mar
riage. Miss Ruth Curtis Robeson,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. J.
Roherson, of Newport News, Va. i
Will ill fVw weeks have iormanent branch office in city with complete floor service
Sanding and finisliinjr avoihI floors and installation Asphalt, Tile, Composition, etc.
Also clianmir, t iol ish i i jjf. and maintenance.
Temporary Phone 23
Dairy - - Hogs - - Chickens
Hay and Shucks
Now On Hand . . . Planters
Plant Bed Fertilizers
MRS. MARTHA McCOY PACT.
Funeral services wore conducted
Monday afternoon at Allen's Creek
Raptist church for Mrs. Martha
McCoy Page. 78. who died at 10:40
p. m. Saturday at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Minerva Smith on
the Allen's Creek road. Rev. C. I..
Allen and the Rev Thomas Krwin
officiated. Rurial was in the Buch
Surviving are four sons. James.
Lawrence. Frank and Fred, all of
Waynesvilic. RFD No. 1; four
daughters. Mrs. .Inmes Williams, of
Bostirk, .Airs. Charles Williams.
Mrs. Minerva Smith and Mrs. Kufus
Inman. all of Waynesvilic. RFD No.
1: one brother, Billy McCoy, of
Franklin; one sister, Mrs. Harriett
Young, of Waynesville, RFD No. 1,
and a large number of grandchil
dren. Garrett Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
CHARLES CLEATIS RFECE
Funeral services were conducted
at the home on Tuesday afternoon
at 1:00 o'clock for Charles Cleatus
Reece, four year old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harl Iieece. of Lake
Logan, who died at the home of
his parents. Rev. Lush Rogers of
ficiated and burial was in the Lake
Surviving are the parents: six
brothers, Private First Class Nelcy
L. Recce, of Fort Bragg; Private
First Class Edward Recce, of Camp
Pickett. Va.. Eugene Reece, Harl
Recce, Jr., Glenn and Virgil Reece,
all at home.
Garrett Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
See Us For
Morton's Sugar Cane
ROGER MEDFORD, Manager
At The Depot -
Waynesville, N. C.
JERRY A. HOWELL
Funeral services were held Sun
day afternoon at 2 o'clock at tho
Dclhvood Methodist church for
Jerry A. Howell, 63. who died
Wednesday after a long illness.
The Rev. T. S. Roten. officiated and
burial followed in the church ceme
tery. Surviving are the widow, the
former Miss Isabella Lominac; six
sons, Harry of Haywood county;
Fred and Locke, of Candler. Sgt.
Thomas Howell, of the U. S. army;
Seaman 1c Kelly Lee Howell,
witn the navy In Japan; and Roy
Howell, of Haywood county; five
IP D "
Which is the UAW-CIO really after? Is it seeking facts or new
economic power? Does it want to know thingsor run things?
These questions concern you as well as General Motors.
For years the facts about General Motors have been
In spite of this, the UAW-CIO demands a chance to
look at our books, with the hint that we could meet
Union demands "if the truth were really known."
We have firmly declined to recognize this as a basis
How women anc girls
may get wanted relief
from functional periodic pain
Cardul Is a liquid medicine which
inany women say hai brought reMei
from the cramp-like irony and ner
vous train of functional perlodla
diitreM. Here's ho it may help:
1 Taken like a tonic,
it should stimulate
appetite, aid diges
tion, thus help build re
sistance for the "time
5 Started 3 days be-0m-.:
fore your time", M
should help relieve
pain due to purely func
tional periodic causes.
Try Cerdul. If it helps, you'a
buhi you cuo.
f i i ill
The Full Facts are Published
I low much General Motor takes in each year how much it pays
employes how much it pays to stockholders how much it pays in
taxes-how much net pro6t we make and many other facts are
plainly stated in annual reports and quarterly reports.
These are broadcast to 425,000 stockholders from coast to coast
sent to newspapers and libraries. Additional copies are free for
Something New has been Added
i ne onvious lact is that the UAW-CIO has gone beyond its right
under the law-and is reaching not for information but for ne
powcr-Ho for a look at past figures, but for the powa
to sit in on forecasting and planning the future.
A "look at the books" is a clever catch phrase intended as
opening wedge whereby Unions hope to pry their way into the
whole field of management.
Ti 1 . t i
icaas surety to the day when Union bosses, under threat
of strike, will demand the right to tell what we can make, vhei
we can make it, where we can make it, and how much we must
charge ;yo-all with an eye on what labor can take out of the
business, rather than on the value that goes into the product.
All Figures are Thoroughly Checked
Every General Motors annual statement is audited by outside
auditors. Similar figures ar filed with the Securities & Exchange
Does the UAW-CIO honestly believe that .General Motors would
or could deceive these experts?
Basis of Collective Bargaining Is Defined
The Wagner Act lay down the rules for collective bargaining.
These cover such areas as rates of pay, hours of work, working
No mention is made of earnings, prices, sales volume, taxes and
the like. These are recognized as the problems of management.
This Threatens All Business
it me union can do this in the 0f General Motors, it cat
do it to every business in this land of ours.
Is this just imagination? Union spokesmen have said, "The
Union has stated time after time that this issue is bigger that
just an ordmary wage argument, that it is bigger than the
Corporation and bigger than the Union."
T7 T U T T . .
xw. ,u..s to use the monopolistic power of their vast mem
bership to extend the scope of wage negotiations . to include mo
than wages, hours and working conditions is the first step tow
handing the management of business over to the Union bosses.
.we tneretore reject the ,dea of a "look at the books" not because
have anything to hide but because the idea itself hides a threat to CM-
to all business, and to you, the public
"MORE AND BETTER THINGS FOR MORE PEOPLE