aTANPARI) VTC, CO Comp- 220-230 s First St LOUISVILLE KT The Waynesville Mountaineer Published Twice-A-Week In The County Seat of Haywood County At The Eastern Entrance Of The Great Smoky Mountains National Park UNCLE ABU 8EZ ... Some foket kalnt aet a a on enyjhinj, caw they mak sitch a big-to-do. the da thinks the ponton is doln" the chasin'. is YEAR NO. 44 20 PAGES Associated Press and United Press News WAYNESVILLE, N. C, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 2, 1949 $3.00 In Advance In Haywood and Jackson Counties 64th the iused , "back- jurf star- p low under- right knock or L , lot of jeing W"1' if driving- who does then snr He ifficer Id of mis- b bis n- Sflicer, ana remember in school Members, W violate the law- be care. Is Time Lf Canton, iyor of a hg proP" took me -people It city af- stions of gbt to be re is more ' - r- rv r f rv -v xJrk U Oil Unvtrt qqiig V)f IN rur Slrtiiiirnmi Program Is Program Is Set Sunday kalize, and r the most II hours of Just part takes the ham, Fines pastor, has that lays day- then she n an egg her sisters Light Vote Predicted For This County Haywood county citizens will join their fellow Tar Heels at the polls Saturday to decide whether or nt the state will issue $200, 000,000 worth of road bonds and $2,000,000 worth of school bonds. The road funds would be used to finance Governor Scott's exten sive rural road construction pro gram, while the money from the school bonds would help finance Improvements on existing build ings and new construction through out the state. This week, County Election Board Chairman Jerry Rogers fore cast a Haywood vote of 6,000 in the county's 22 precincts. Interest, he said, seemed par- liayor of a (jcuariy high jn the rural areas of the county. One observer in Canton said indications were that between 1.B00 and 2,500 citizens would turn out in his city for the election out of a total registration of approxi mately 3.000. The polls will open at 6:30 a. m. and close at 6:30 p. m. Frank Knutti, manager of Sta tion WHCC, said yesterday the radio audience will be kepi inform ed of the election developments both for Haywood county and the state as a whole through spot broadcasts of the results as they arc received at the county audi tor's office and on the United (See Election Page 6) Ballot For N. C. Bonds Election SAMPLE BALLOT OFFICIAL SPECIAL ELECTION BALLOT " - ' ' - 7-7 - -,; . . r- . - INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTER 1, To vote FOR any bond issue submitted below, make a cross 3 mark or check mark in the square to the left of the word FOR. 2. To vots AGAINST any bond issue submitted below, make a cross R mark or check mark in the square to the left of the word AGAINST. 1. TWO HUNDRED MILLION DOLLARS STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA SECONDARY ROAD BONDS. D FOR lh '"su1" of Two Hundred Million Dollars Stat of North Carolina Secondary Road Bonds. D AGAINST the Issuance of Two Hundred Million Dollars State of North Carolina Secondary Road Bonds. g- r TWENTY-FIVE MILLION DOLLARS SCHOOL PLANT CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR BONDS. FOR ,h I8"""" f Twenty-Five Million Dollari School Plant Construction and Repair Bonds. AGAINST th Iuancs of Twenty-Five Million Dollars School Plant Construction and Repair Bonds. Speatal Election June 4, 1040. Here is the ballot North Carolina voters will use June 4 in decid ing on issuance of $225,000,000 in bonds for roads and schools. If the issue carries, $200,000,000 will be used to build rural roads and $25,000,000 to aid counties in building schools. A one-cent increase in the state's six-cent gasoline tax will become effective if the road bonds are approved by the voters. lAP Photo). twood vet-: M county ' that dog favorably their pets i 2,100 dogs I Igamst rab-1 Igram start-1 fcrll 18. ! Jte as many Imber that, inty clinics! Closed Chairman George A. Brown of the Haywood County Board of Commissioners, said today all county offices would be closed for business all day Saturday be cause of the road and school bond election. 1949 Haywood Cancer Drive Goes Over $2,500 Goal State Workers Express Support Of Bond Issues Ike increase n increase i tat to the i W Havwnnrl rnnnh, mnml,,.. ff n,n I l "- "' -hiiij nicuiucia ui LUC r of doSs i Slate Highway Employees Asso- moculation ciation unanimously adopted a reso- KdHS an muon last Monday to get the coun- i he adds, ty's voters to the noils in Sator- N for 100 1 day's election on th nrnnnsori ttatn road and school bond Issues. Sixty-five of the county asso ciation's 70 members attended the meeting at the State Highway Building in Razelwood and res Ponded enthusiastically to the ap peals of V. R. Rhinehart, an Asso ciation member, for support of the two bond Issues. G. L. Davis, chairman of the county association, presided. The adoption of the resolution followed Mr. Rhinehart's discus sion of the advantages that would come with the voters' approval of the bond issues. t had a in about 'i warns, "Ply been N Herb to his drove the Nj wife's Dakota in Clyde Chief To Stay Till After Tuesday Election Shay Hcnson indicated this week he would remain in his post as Clyde police chief until after the town election on Tuesday. Last week. Chief Henson said he would file his resignation to be come a Portland, Ore., city police man. Mrs. Joyce Haynes, town clerk, today quoied the officer as saying he had been asked to stay in on ice until after the voting. Mr. Henson has been Clyde chief for the last 28 months. He once served as constable for the four townships around Clyde and as a deputy sheriff. He said he planned to leave Clyde on June 15 for his new posi tion on the West Coast. p Run For Mayor fens To Elect Mermen Tuesday Beaverdam Residents To Meet Tonight Beaveriic.ni .esidents will hold a sp cial Community Development Program meeting at 8 p.m. to night at the Beaverdam School. For the second straight year. Haywood County citizens have ex ceeded their quota in the annual drive for funds for the relief of cancer victims. Mrs. W. M. Cobb campaign com mander for the Haywood Cancer Society, announced today that $2, 511.02 was contributed in the 1949 cancer drive $11.02 above the quota set for the county, though the quota was $500 above the goal that had been set for last year. Mrs. Cobb said virtually all the county s civic clubs and Dusiness firms, as well as hundreds of in dividuals, had contributed to the success of the campaign. For their work in the April cam paign, she singled out Blue Robin son and Virgil Smith of the Waynesville Junior Chamber of Commerce, who served as cam paign co-chairmen; and Mrs. George Rogers of Clyde, for par ticular credit, as well as the Waynesville Business and Profes sional Women's Club and the Can ton Women's Club, which is head ed by Mrs. Harold Hansen, president. Mrs. Cobb explained that though the 1049 drive was held officially in April, funds are continuing to be collected. County School Board To Discuss Budget Monday The Haywood County Board of Education will meet at 10 a.m. Monday in County Superintendent Jack Messer's office to discuss a budget for the next two fiscal years. Mr. Messer said the budget would not he adopted at this meet ing. Selections of principals and teachers for the school year will come up at this .session for board approval. New Equipment Added To Ray's Super Market Two departments of Kay's Super Market have been completely mod ernized and enlarged and the en tire store re-painted. In the meat department, four large modern cases have been add-ed-a fish and poultry case, two service cases and a self service case. A refrigerated fruil and vege table display case has been added in the produce department, all of the self-service design. The stoic has 4,500 square feet of floor space, and according to William S. Ray, manager, other changes are planned for the con venience of customers in the near future. HoyLJree Dies At Naval Base In Florida Roy J. Free. 23 seaman second class. U. S. Navy, died at the Naval Base at Green Cove Springs, Fla., on Tuesday following a short ill ness. He was the son of Samuel K. and Cora Williams Free of the Wood row section of Haywood County. Surviving are the paients; four sisters. Mary. Eslelle, and Annie Free of the home; and Mrs. Wil liam X. Bell of Ashcville; and three brothers. Samuel A. Free of Can ton, Route 3. Edward and Carlos Free of Canton, Route 2. Funeral arrangements, under (In direction of Garrett Funeral Home were incomplete this morning. Speakers At Lake lunaluska Sunday J ' jJ W. M. Landess, director of the Information and Education Sec lion, Department of Agricultural Relations, of the Tennessee Val ley Authority, will be feature speaker on the Haywood County Day program Sunday at Lake .lunaluska Muthodist Assembly. The Rev. J Clay Madison, pastor of Hickory's First Methodist Chinch and former pastor of the First Melhodist Church of Waynesville, will preach the principal sermon Sunday morn ing al services marking the for mal opening f the 37th season of the Lake Junaluska Metho dist Assembly . First Meeting Of Season Student Conference To Open Saturday At Lake Junaluska Haywood County Day this Sun day will mark the formal opening of the Lake Junaluska Methodist Assembly for the 37th season. Pastors of all Haywood County's Methodist churches are expected to attend the opening union servic es starting at 11 a. m. with Dr. C. N. Clark, Waynesville district superintendent, presiding. The principal sermon will be delivered by the Rev. Clay Madison of Hick ory, former pastor of Waynesville s First Methodist church. The afternoon program will fea ture Haywood County's Commun ity Development Program, starting with a picnic at L2:30 o'clock for residents of communities through out the county. That night, members of I he Methodist Youth Fellowship orga nizations of the county's churcbs will hold a mass meeting starting at eight o'clock. Actually, the Assembly's three months season opened yesteirtiy, and the first conference of the sum mer get underway Saturday when college youth groups convene (or the first of six days of meetings under the direction of the Metho dist Board of Education. Dr. Frank S. Love, Assembly (See Haywood Page ?.) Cosby Frady Owns lohnston Apple Orchards Cosby Frady owns the .lohnston apple orchard in Francis Cove. The Mountaineer's Farm Edilimi of last Monday contained the state ment that Robert Boone was the Appointed Bat farm -T Father Of J. C. Jennings Dies J. C. Jennings was called to Orangeburg Tuesday night on ac- ! count of the death of his father, j Funeral services were held Thursday at 1 1 o'clock at Orange- j burg. I The Belk-Hudson store of which j Mr. Jennings is manager, was closed Thursday from 11 until noon. Registration For Summer School Set For Monday Registration for summer school work from the 7th through the 12th grades will begin Monday morning at nine, and conclude at noon, it was announced today by M. H. Howies, district superintendent. "If enough interest is shown in summer school work, then we will go right ahead with our plans," he v.-.iil "Our decision of whether there will be summer school de pends entirely upon the registra tion Monday morning.'' he conclud ed. James Furniture Moves Into Main Street Building i James Furniture Company are announcing ineir opening m new location on Main Street in (the Sims building, across from the Hotel Waynesville. ! O C. James, owner, announced i (See James Furniture Page 6) owner. The Mountaineer is happy to rep- Board P Vanar L'n, in Pfde in ik. Pesday Kit V cloudv rm Fri. tempera. "fclofthe :3i 32 Smathers. who is runnlna on what is locally called the "Old Par ty" ticket, has on his fpnm two aldermen seeking re-election, Char he Hawkins and Clayton Mahaffey. The third candidate for alderman on the Old Party slate is Ray Cashion. a npunur nivrto Politics. Candidates for the town board n the Citizens Party, or New Par ty ticket, which is headed by Mr. Haynes, are Gerald Fish, Jay Mor gan, and Cecil Spencer. Fish has served t'ternig as alderman in the past. . - w- Jarvis Campbell is retiring a mayor. Mark Haynes. who has filed as candidate for alderman, is report- nnln independent. N- C. West has announced him "'i candidate for police court juage, an office he has held since 'ne death of Manson Cagle last year. , ;:. j ... Bruce Brown, registrar fpr the paction, said yesterday thtt the lae School 'gymnasium has been (See Clyde Page' ) i m Much Favorable Comment Received On Farm Edition The Mountaineer's special 62 page farm edition published Mon day has met favorable reaction both in Haywood County and in distant sections of the state. Comment of a congratulatory nature was made this week by newspaper publishers, public offi cials and private citizens by mail and telephone. Many of the statements were directed specifically to the Hay wood County Community Develop ment Program whose story was told in the Mountaineer's edition. Several publishers in the Pied mont section said in their messages they planned to bring the matter to the altention of their local civic leaders. Consensus generally was that the special issue provided a valu able, detailed account of Haywood County farming and agricultural progress. Sgt. Williams Rites Are Set For Saturday Garrett To Start Furniture Auction On Next Monday G.inetl Furniture Company will begin a store-wide auction sale Monday, with (wo sales daily for a week. In today's issue, Ihe store is ad vertising that $50,000 worth of fur. nil ure will be offered for sale at (Sec Garrett Furniture Page 6) Mr Fradv exDlained today that he bought the 95-acre orchard, of which 65 acres is planted in apple trees, in the fall of 1947 from Ihe II and W Corporation of Charlotte nnd that he is the owner and opci- ilor. Pfc. L. A. Beaver Young People trow theSouth ImakeJJiis correction... and Mid-wist slarien arriving 10 day for the fifth annual Student Regional Conference which will open Saturday ;it the Lake Juna luska Methodist Assembly. The six-day meeting, held under the direction of the national Metho dist Church Board of Education, will be the first conference of the three-month Assembly season, which started yesterday. Dr. Frank S. I.ove, Assembly superintendent, said today that thouah the regional conference bears a "southeastern" label, the ! delegates will come from as far j north as Chicago, as far west as St. Louis, Mo., and as far south as j New Orleans. j He also explained that, though 'the Melhodist church directs the annual gathering, other denomi- nalions probably will have (See Junaluska PaBC 6) L,,, 1 j.v-4v( j ' ' y" F3 Graveside services for Pfc Beaver, killed in Germany in August, 1945, will be held in Crawford Memorial Park Sundey at 3 p.m. (Story on page two) Aliens Creek Election Is Set For July 30lh Mrs T. Lenoir Gwyn of Waynes ville this week was appointed a member of the State Library Commission by Gov. Scott Mrs. Gwyn who served on the Moun taineer's editorial staff for ap proximately 14 years, has been a member of the Waynesville Library Board for more than in years and was its chairman when it became the Haywood County Library Board. The Haywood board of elec tions today announced details for the Aliens Creek election to be held on Saturday, July 30, on the question of annexation with the Town of Waynesville. Jerry Rogers, chairman of the board in a legal notice, is today setting out that Derry Norman has been named registrar, with Hooper Green and W. M. Ferguson judges. The books for the special regis tration will be opened on Saturday. July 2nd and remain open for three Saturdays, then challenge day will be noted on July 23rd and the elec tion on July 30th. The ballots will be printed with the words. "For Extension" and "Against Extension". The board of elections, follow ing the pattern of the state law, set out the metes and bounds of (See Aliens Creek Page 6) A -rW$r ' ' Dr. Love Says Junaluska Assembly Faces Promising Season The 1040 season promises to be the most significant of all for the Lake Junaluska Methodist Assem bly. This statement was made by Dr. F. S. Love, the superintendent, just before the Assembly opened yesterday for the 37th year. He added that the highlight will be the initiation of the expansion program, drawn up a year ago by the Assembly Board of Trustees of 46 members, headed by Chairman Edwin L. Jones, Charlotte con struction company president. The Methodist General Confer ence, the church's highest body, transferred its $1,000,000 worth of holdings to the church's Southeast ern Jurisdictional Conference. This : conference covers 3,000,000 Meth Funeral services for Sgt. Frank odists in nine states. R. Wililams, Jr., who was killed j In connection with the expansion over Leipzig. Germany, on March i program, a series of south-wide 17, 1945, will be held at the First j summer schools, youth conferences. Baptist Church. Saturday morn-1 music institutes and other events ing at 10:30 o'clock, with the pas- has been scheduled. tor. Rev. L. G. Elliott, officiating. Pallbearers will be cousins, Lew and women from throughout th'; South and some of the middle west ern states. This season's visitors will be greeted by a "new look." In pie (See Dr. Love Page 6) is McCracken, Carl McCracken, Joe (See Sgt. Williams Page 6) The season's first conference will open Saturday the six-day student regional conference which 'is expected to attract young men Highway Record For 1949 (To Date) In Haywood Killed...: 1 Injured . . 17 (This Information com piled from Records of State Highway Patrol).