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THE WAYNESTOLE MOUNTAINEER
Negro On Charge j
Of Forging Check
James R. Johnson, a local negro,
was arrested Thursday afternoon
by Waynesville police when at- ,
tempting to cash a check made out !
for $300.50 and bearing the signa- '
ture of Dill Howell, lie u..s placed
in the court house jail on a charge
Johnson was getting some cloth- '
ing at Kay's Department stoic and
attempted to cash the checK. When ,
the clerks checked to find out if
it was a legitimate one. tin';, v.i i",
told its was not and notified 1 1 1 -police.
Johnson protested his innocence,
Mat inn that "I did ni.i n . ile i hi' '
check." lie said that he was cabl
ing it for aonther negro, a stranger '
known as "(loorgia Hoy" who had
worked for a short time at the
Dunham House, and had a date lo 1
meet him in a local eale alter ret
ting the check cashed.
Letters To Editor
INDEPENDENCE' STILL AFLOAT AFTER A-BOMB
Some member of (hp royal fam
ily of Hawaii has died, in the past
century, within 24 hours after trie
coastal waters of the islands sud
denly have become filled with mil
lions of small, red "death fishes."
As a result, the belief that their in
explicable visits presaged such
deaths grew so strong that, when
they reappeared in November, 1917,
preparations for the funeral r.f ex
Queen Liliuekalani were start) d in
Honolulu several hours before she
Kditor The Mountaineer:
"More Highways Needed in
! W, X. (.'." says a headline, and
' many more articles about the need
ol improved roads. All this is very
nice, hut why never a word about
Is walking and hiking such a
lost form of recreation that it can
he entirely disregarded outside the
A a sad example, there is the
old Vanderbilt Trail to Mt. Pisgah
which must have cost a small for
tune to build. II is a trail with
an eas erade and glorious vistas
on the way. culminating in the most
outstanding paorama of any peaks
east of the rorkics.
Hut this trail is littered with
branches ;uid blocked by fallen
trees. An expenditure of less than
SL'oo would restore this beautiful
ir.ul lo ii - former usefulness and
Down the west slope of Mt. I'is
e.ili there is an old lumber road
with an easy grade, but in many
places completelv overgrown with
shrubs. Although the road appears
on a 1. S Ecological Survey map,
a local i lub has put up a gale
across the lower end with a "no
t respnsi ng" sjon.
The trails to the Halsam Moun
tains, Whitesides, and others are J
o'ei .roun and mostly obliterated
Would il hi
spend one do
' I I O 1 1 - . I I ! I I lll.lt
I am sure tin
Head the Classified Advertisements . ,,t the peopli
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At Hemlersonville there have
been moderate receipts of apples,
the prices running: King Davids,
SH 7."-$3 00; Red Delicious, $3.50
S4.0U: Hoovers. $3.00-$3.25; Golden
Delicious, $Z.50-$3.00. Beans: ten
der greens, $2.50-$2.75 a bu.; black
valentines, $2.50; poles, $2.00-$2.50.
Cabbage sold for $1.00 per 50 lb.
The Atlanta vegetable prices are
currentlv: cabbage, Ga. and N. C.
:Mi lb. sacks. $1.0O-$1.25; snap
Leans. Ca. and N. C. good quality,
S;'. iiil-$2.50: fair quality, $1.50
s' .75; poles, poor quality, $1.50;
good, $3.35 to $3.75. WlL lis,t u..
ceipts ol potatoes, da. uid j,.,,,,
100 lb. cobblers were selling iUl,,
$2.50 to $2.75; N. Jersey, cobblers
$2.75; Ala. and Ga. bliss Viiumu'i.
$2.75 to $3.00.
A gal seldom marries a nun b,
cause he has sense but been,
he has cents.
PI A A M I .
Waynesville, N. (".
king loo much to
liar on trails lor each
is spent on roads''
health and welfare
using these trails
have I lie sensational new
1 . ONI 10AT COVIII moat wollpopwn.
primVMt waMi amt oillngi, wallbMr
2. APPLIES UKI MASK
3. DRIil IN ONE HOUt
4. MIXEt WITH WATER
5. NO "PAINTY" ODOR
6. WASHES EASILY (
7. iovuimt ((nan
If em-Tone TRIMS
As low as ,)(aroll
PLASTIC PATCH 09$
FIRST IN THE BIKINI LAGOON target fleet to be set afire during tho recent atomic bomb test, the light Car
rier U.S.S. Independence is shown (top) as it burst into flames. Below is pictured the charred skeleton of
the historic vessel, still afloat despite the shattering force ol the blast. (International Soundpdoto)
To Attend Meeting
! .). 1.. Cobb is leaving Waynesville
this week-end to attend the first
1 meeting of the North Carolina
: I'harmaceul ical council, which
opens Sunday at Chapel Hill.
1 Mr. Cobb is scheduled to give
an address Monday on the subject. ;
j "Competition" before tho council, j
The group rece.uly was organized
with representation from the drug
! retailing, wholesaling and inanu- .
Heads of Sheriffs Association
iacUiring industry of this state.
Miss Mary Anna Smith, of Kings
port, Tenn., is the guest of Miss
Ik-ink More Milk
Civilians are drinking between 20
and 25 per cent more milk today
than they did in prewar days.
If fat la a kettle, pap of broiler i
bursts inti flame, smother it. but j
never pour1 on water as it will cause .
it to spafter and spread fire. j
SHERIFFS TO MEET The North Carolina Sheriffs Association will
hold its annual convention in Elizabeth City and Manteo August 8 and 9
Pictured above arc: S. R. Churchill ileft) of Kinston. president, and John
R Morris of Wilmington, secretary-treasurer The association, at its l!M-r)
convention, adopted a resolution commending the self-regulation protram
of the North Carolina Committee-U. S. Brewers Foundation.
Garreti Furniture Store
I UiKNLY CKKDIT"
To make crystal and cut glass
sparkle, clip a small brush in lemon
juice and scrub the glass with it
would be benefitted in reverse
Hespeet ively yours,
V. S. SCIIKUIi.
01! Hazel street
Loaves Lake Junaluskn Cafeteria at 7:l"i P. M. Drives via Auditorium
Across I'lidtiC Junaluska Supply Co.. Waynesville Hospital, on 19-2.'?,
Pet Dairy, Hael Street. The Maples, (iordon Hotel, Main Street, Post
Office. Academy Street. Royd Avenue to the Auditorium Theatre . . .
Will Return Same Route Alter Performance.
10c Each Way
From The Lake
35c Round Trip
There Will Be BUS SERVICE To The
CONCERT Held at the LAKE
For Reservations For Transportation
To Theatre CALL 69 Or 433
Twin City Bus Service
TOM LEE, Owner
Owners Of Paper
! Hosts Of Dinner
The publishers of The Moun
1 taineer were hosts on Tuesday eve
ning of I heir senii-annual party
hiinorini: their employes. The din
ner was nivon at the Piedmont
Hotel and Ihe yuests were seated
at two loiiu tables, with W. Curtis
liuss presiding at one end and
Marion T. Bridges al the other.
The tables were ararnged in
(uanlilies of summer flowers in
inied pastel shades. A brief pro
gram followed the serving of the
Mr. and Mrs. Kd Spears and Mr.
and Mrs. W. M. Weir, both couples
having recently been married, were
presented gilts from the publishers
by Mr. liridges.
Other Rifts of a humorous nature
were presented the unmarried em
ployes of the company by T. Lenoir
Ciwyn, a guest of the evening.
Only employes of the paper and
their wives and husbands were
present for the affair.
A. II. DuBreuil
Arm While On Visit
Mr. and Mr. A. II Dullieuil
huve returned home alter a two
months stay in Pittsburgh, Pa. 'I'he
went up for a brief isil in May,
planning to bring Ihe fornirr's
daughter back home for a i-.il
with them, but Mr. Iinlin nil had
the misfortune to break an arm
and was forced lo remain in Pills
burgh for two months before he
was able to travel.
Mr. DuBreuil is one of the pro
duction managers of the A. C. Law
renee Leather company. He is mak
ing progress and his arm is now
out of the east, but it will be nec
essary for him to remain under the
care of a physician for sonn linie
for Saving or Build
Take Shares In Our
The Time To Save Money I
When You Are Making It
HONE BUILDING AND Lt
Phone 17 Main!
The pan and its handle should be
well-balanced so that the pan stands
steady even when empty. Too heavy
a handle makes a tipsy pan that is
awkward to use and may cause
dangerous spills of hot water or fond.
EVERY LINK IS NEEDED
lassie's Dept. Store's
SPECIAL $1 up
PIhv Suit and Ball
Massie's Dept. St
C. J. REECE, Owner J