-st A Feeling
U Charles B. McCftry.
fff the census In this
K u. n0 "lnside
. hat the final
i!OB w " . ...
tZ Haywood will show.
C insists that the official
Mshow between 42.500
J (The 190 Census show-
' .clr1 him un-
s,id: "I go" nuiH.ii
rr thins nnf inn
'...-in iniS UU"B
'ntednew housei her. and
Id just been watching the
for the past ten years
Lrh. and I've got a feel
s'11" : . .u u.. -k.
-Tr.rv nuncn i
L with the official figures.
I is only nanuiwg
Vi census wor.
I It be mai uci
Ld jury brought on -the
beciuse he had the "feel-
ir the judge named mm
x grand Jury.
,k You, Please"
4-vear-oid Betsy Isley has
nei to always watch ner
nd to generally use the
please and thank y o u".
v is doing fine, and would
1 . . -t 11--
high grade in an i-muy
father day she wanted to
hurried telephone call, and
lirrv. boI her manners and
Lber slightly mixed which
It amusing incident, as she
wo-please five." She sud-
Iht second nuniDer wnn
pjlng, and understanding
sensed the situation, ana
decipher the "please" Into
i-il. but not before Betsy
in another "Thank You.
manners got her what she
spread some sunshine, and
fa reading this, are now per.
i7 A TTTTN T"TT3 TT T"TTTT
Published Twice-A-Week In The County Seat of Haywood County At The Eastern Entrance Of The Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Two old naUs were dl.-rrv
slnc men. Asked one: "Whkh
would you desire most la a
bisbind brains, wealth, or
"Appearance," repllrd the
other, "and the sooner the letter."
65th YEAR NO. 32 16 PAGES Associated Press and United Press News WAYNESVILLE, N. C THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 20, 1930 $3.00 In Advance In Haywood and Jackson Counties
No Changes In Postal
Service Here, Yet
For Tax Collector
Col. J. Hardin Howell, Way nes-
ville Postmaster, said today he had
not yet received official orders to
reduce residential mall service
from two to one delivery a day.
His statement was in reply to a
reporter's question regarding the
local effects of Tuesday's press re
port that Postmaster General Jesse
Donaldsan had made the order ef
The Associated Press said the
directive from the chief of the U
S. postal system Instructed post
masters to cut their residential
deliveries to one a day.
This, the wire service added, was
in line with recommendations of
the House Appropriations Commit'
In ragard to the effect of the
order on local Post Office workers,
Col Howell declared: We need all
h in setting type for pub-
delight in often .telling re-
ind editorial writers, "We
k understand a thing you
IMaasui; pmaacB usuaujr yu
w of i reporter, and out
Veek, the "Joke" was revers
h composing foom of The
Ineer. ' -..'.;
inufacturer found he need-
i. ..... m i m . .
unmy or special iorms 10
sporting some goods. These
ad to be in four different-
es. The printers went to
nd did a beautiful job, al-
ihey did not know a single
the text matter. The re
had a holiday in asking all
the process "What are you
-read it to me." 1
M. E. (TONY) DAVIS, 41-year-old
Waynesvllle man, has filed
formally as a candidate for the
Democratic nomination for Hay
wood County tax collector.
' .. ;- .. ' .
Tony Davis In ,
Race For County
M. E, (Tony) Davis will seek the
Democratic nomination for Hay
wood County tax collector in the
May 27 State Primary.
The 41 year - old Waynesvllle
man filed formally prior to the
April 15 deadline. ,''
Active In local civic, organiza
tions, Mr, Davis is a member of the
Woodmen of the World Lodge .of
waynesvllle, the Elks Lodge, and
the Waynesvllle Lions Club.
He served iof eight years "as
manager of the' Haywood County
Hospital. - l
' . -' '1. ,f- -
To Meet Saturday
At Court House I
For Sale Cheap
to buy a dog? Bird dog.
og, shepherd, spitz, '"flee"
!n pooch, lady dogs and
m dogs can be had for
Uar plus the bill they ran
k town's new dog pound,
iteen pooches are adver
t sale in posters on the
of the Waynesvllle Town
part of the crop of strays
ire Picked up during the
1 days the town's new or
ent into effect this week,
wd bill runs only 50 cents
r the time the dogs are
unescorted pooches picked
?ne town's strPAta nr Vent
f If someone fails to claim
I buy them within that time,
!' Put to death.
pille police, answering a
pat a "prowler"
into Waynesvllle High
st about 9 o'clock Tuesday
nd their man on the
I we crime.
I "ught him red-handed, in
f m by the flag-pole in
ky went back to the sta
r,fu-" said one of the po
r 'uu cant 1a l .
r night-crawlers to go
'The Haywood County Board of
Electiorrs will meet at the Elections
Office in the Court House at 10 A
M Saturday for a busy session. "
,Board Chairman C. E. Cole, an
rA?uhcing . the meeting today, c sld
the officials will decide on a defi
nite procedure to follow In the May
27 Primary, hear protests. If any.
In regard to election nutters; and
pass on bids for the provision of
In reference to the booths, he
said anyone who wishes to submit
a bid on the job may do so at any
time , up to the convening of the
board at 10 o'clock.
He added several bids have al
ready been submitted.
Mr. Cole declared that this meet
ing will be an open one, rather
than a .(closed) executive session.
t uigm. rnaay
hlKi .0 we Staff of
7 Max. Min. Precp
9 66 41
The initial application for the
expansion of Haywood County
Hospital has been approved by the
North Carolina Medical Care Com
mission and the U. S. Public
This was reported in a letter
from Leonard A. Scheele, Surgeon
General of the Public Health Ser
vice, to U. S. Rep. Monroe" M
Redden of North Carolina last
Mr, Redden sent a copy of the
letter to George A. Brown, Jr
chairman of the Haywood County
Board of Commissioners.
The $558,000 project will give
the hospital in Waynesvllle 49
more beds. ,1
The government will pay $258,720
of the bill, with toe state- paying
part p(. 1 ,n4 the., cqunty ;paylng
me srnaw remainder. -Dr.
Scheele'i letter said: -
"These cost estimates are pre
llminary, and past experience indi
cates that they may .change con
slderably at the time bids cover
ing the construction contract are
t received and other costs are more
The Health Service official add
ed that the approval of the initial
application clears the way for the
hospital to develop plans and
specifications and meet the other
requirements of the federal act
which provides for aid to local
U. S. Senator Fran'; P. Graham advised the Moun
taineer by telegram today that the Haywood Electric
Membership Corporation has been granted federal loans
A $670,000 loan Is for system improvements, head
quarters facilities and completion of previously-approved
construction plus 295 miles of new lines to serve 885
additional rural consumers.
A $100,000 loan was granted for purchase and in
stallation of wiring, and plumbing fixtures and clcc
al appliances, -
Excellent Program Ready For Friday Night, As
MI i MMM A Kecord Attendaiice I
Forester Lost 12 Hours
Wears Out Pair Shoes
An organized search ended at 3
A. M. yesterday morning when 35-
year old Woiodymyre Kotoaij,
town forester, walked wearily Into
Waynesvllle, his bare feet show
ing through shoes that had been
shredded by underbrush.
For the 12 hours after he was
first reported lost, he told offici
als, he had walked some 18 miles
through the thick, tangled forests
of what is known as the roughest
country of Haywood County. A
The forester, a Ukrainian DP
who has been on the town staff
since December, lost his way while
working at hts job of marking tim
ber on the Waynesvllle Watershed.
After he was reported missing,
Town Manager Grayden Ferguson
and Police Chief Orvllle" Noland
organized a search party and a
bloodhound from the County Pris
"The dog- picked up KolodlJ's
trail at about 0 P.M., followed it
through the Cherry Cove section,
but lost It again at about midnight.
The dowrf searchers gave up the
hunt reluctantly about, 1;30 A. M.
yesterday, fearing the forester had
been injured and was lying help
less in the woods.
They set plans to resume the
search the following morning.
The trail picked up by the dog
and KolodlJ's own account indicat
ed that the forester had walked
across the county line into neigh
boring Jackson before getting his
bearings again and striking out for
Mrs. F. Campbell
Of County Demos'
Announcement . has been made
of the resignation of W. G. Byers
as chairman of the Haywood Coun
ty Democratic Executive commit
According to the plan of organi
sation, a candidate for any public
office la not eligible to serve as
Executive Committee chairman and
Mr. Byers. who is a candidate for
the House of Representatives, has
resigned for this reason.
His resignation was handed to
Mrs. Fred Y. Campbell, vice chair
man, on April 8th and she will be
acting chairman until the May 6th
Democratic County Convention
which will be held at the Court
House at two o'clock.
Crobn M ireensboro M.
Sat. Eve. Post Has
Article On Rep.
A ienethy, and well llustrated
article in the current issue of The
Saturday Evening Post titled: "Can
Smathers Purge Senator Pepper?"
will be of interest to Haywood
citizens, since Rep. George Smath
ers is a former resident here.
The article was written by Ralph
McGUl, e iitor of The Atlanta Con
The sub-t.tle explains that "The
toughest job in. Florida politics is
knocking over spellbinding pinko
Senator Pepper. A young ex-marlne
named George Smathers says he's
just the man to do it in the prim
ary week after next."
The caption under one photo
graph points out: "Smathers will
win in a walk If youth, enthusiasm
and wild energy are enough to beat
In Baptist Meeting
"Both attendance and Interest
are showing a marked increase,"
Rev. L. G. Elliott, pastor of The
First Baptist thurch said this morn
ing relative to the series of ser
vices being held at the church each
evening at 7:30. Rev. D. H. Daniel,
of Hendersonville, Is the preacher.
Tonight the members of the
Lions Club will attend in a body.
Rev. Mr. Elliott said that serv
ices would also be held on Satur
day : night, and Rev. Mr. Daniel
will also occupy the pulpit for
both services on Sunday.
To Meet Friday
On Friday night at 8 p.m. Doric
Council No. 20, Royal and Select
Masters will meet in a Stated As
sembly. After the business session, a
school of instruction m the Degree
work will be held.
Most Excellent Companion Wil
liam A. Coble, Grand High Priest
of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter
of North Carolina, will preside as
All York Rite Masons are invit
ed to attend. f
For WNC Event
Sam Buchanan, N. C, State Col
lege Extension beef cattle special
1st, Is looking over Haywood's fin
est herds today., ... ,
He's touring the beef cattle
farms to pick out the Herefordg
which will be entered In the an
nual Western North Carolina Sale
at Hendersonville on September 8
His work today Is part of his
service to beef cattle raisers in
M .0. Galloway, owner of Grace
land Farms, and president of the
Haywood Hereford Breeders Asso
ciation, Is cooperating.
So far, the consignors who will
have animals in the annual sale in
elude Graceland Farms, Joe Rhln-
ertson. Roy Haynes. Dr. J. I
Reeves, Dr. A. P. CHne, and T. I
Slated For The 29th
Plans are being completed for
precinct meetings at each of Hay
wood's 24 precincts on Saturday,
April 29th at two o'clock.
The meetings will be held at the
polling place of each precinct, ac
cording to Mrs. Fred Y. Campbell,
acting1 chairman of the Haywood
Democratic Executive Committee.
Waynesvllle Township -High
School's young musicians left for
Greensboro this morning, and the
hopes and hearts of the home folks
were on the big chartered bus
with them. . -
For tomorrow afternoon they
will be playing for recognition as
the members of the state's Anest
high school concert band.
In this State Music Contest,
they'll be competing against the
finest in North Carolina Lenoir
High School, last year's champion;
High Point, Reynolds High of
Winston - Salem, and Greensboro
High School. '
v The Lenoir band will take the
stage first, with the Waynesvllle
musicians following at about 3:30
Their classmates will greet them
in Greensboro, along with Band
Director Charles Isley, who left
Monday morning with the school's
mixed chorus and soloists.
Leaving with the concert band
this morning was Associate Direct
tor Robert Campbell.
Mr. Isley will run the boys and
girls through a rehearsal tonight
in final preparation for' the contest.
Last night, the members of the
mixed chorus took part In a con
cert of 500 singers from through
out the state in one of the out
standing features of the annual
Music Festival and Contest on the
campus of the Woman's College of
the University of North Carolina
The directors of the Chamber of
Commerce meeting here Monday
evening handled a large number of
routine matters, and heard reports
from various committees, ranging
from road signs to the proposed
motorcade into Western South
Carolina. ..,:.,,,,,;,-.. . .. .,. . ..
: The group, through Dr. F. S.
Love, invited tho Southeastern
Jurisdictional Conference of . the
Methoditl church to 1 hold thir
The organization, in cooperation
with the Tourist Association is
pushing to press listing of all
tourist accommodations in this
area. The listings are without
charge, and a largo quantity will
be printed for use In wide distrib
ution over a large area.
Blight Is Threatening
Beauty Of Dogwoods
The dogwood. loveliest of the
spring's flowering trees, faces a
dreary and blighted future because
of a newly discovered fungus disease.'.-'-.
The disease, which attacks
only the dogwood, withers or
splotches the rlelicate bloom.
Dr. Julian II. Miller of the Uni
versity of Georgia, one of the
nation's top plant pathologists, re
ports the disease now has been
found in . Florida,. Georgia, .1 the
Carolines, Virginia and Maryland.
The great tragedy- Is, says
Miller, that the disease can be
controlled, but who is going to
look after the wild dogwood
which each year turns the forest
into white and pink fairylands?
To those fortunate enough to
boast a dogwood on their private
patches. Miller wants it known that
he has found the fungicide called
the Bordeaux Mixture most effec
tive in controlling the disease.
The best time to spray, he con
tinues, is just before the trees be
gin to bloom.
How the disease first came to
light in 1048 is a story in itself.
Dr. A. A. Bitancourt, plant pathol
ogist from Sao Paulo, Brazil, was
passing through Savannah one day
en route to Washington.
With time to kill between
trains. Dr. Bitancourt went for a
walk. The walk took him past a
dogwood tree and that was
bout as much as he saw of Sav
annah on that trip. He found the
Gives Smokies A
Under a banner an Inch high a
cross a full page of the travel sec
Won of The Chicago Sunday Tri
bune, the Park got some fine sup
port on April 0th, ,
The banner read: . "Smokies
Ready For Influx of Tourists."
The article, written by Frank
The soloists competed yesterday Clpianl, travel editor of the paper,
pointed out that the Smoky area
was easily accessible to Chicago
land.: A paragraph in the article was
devoted to the Cherokee Indians,
and another to several towns in
the area, among them being Way
nesvllle. The concluding paragraph of the
article read: "Visit the Smokies.
They're part of early America.
You'll find them a mystic charm
and serenity that will make
your vacation one to remember
(ce Band Page 8)
BLOOMS to protect.
tree blighted and, like any sci
entist, wondered why.
Dr. Bitancourt took samples and
found to his surprise upon arrival
in Washington that the fungi had
not been classified previously.
Since then Miller has gone to
work on the problem and found
that the disease lives over the win
ter in the buds, twigs and dead
leaves of the trees from New Eng
land to Michigan and Southward.
BUI Milner said today he had not
withdraw from the race for sheriff.
The All-America and pro foot
ball star filed
last week for the
Democratic nom- & y 'Jr
ination. 9 ST
Reports arose -55,
onrli thin ux.elr
iimirAtrap thett Via fern v.
planned to with
draw. T h e 28-year-0
1 d Hazelwood
athlete was one
of three to file
for the May 27 MILNER
Primary for the Democratic nomi
nation to the. post held by Sheriff
R. V. Welch.
The 28-year-old Hazelwood ath
lete was one of three to file for
the May 27 Primary for the Demo
cratic nomination to the post held
by Sheriff R. V. Welch.
Also seeking the party selection
are Fred Campbell and Medford
Leatherwood. Claude V. Thompson,
the Republican candidate, will run
against the Democratic candidate
in the November General Election, day.
CARL GOF.RCII, editor-publisher
of The State Magazine, of Ra
leigh, and outstanding radio com
mentator, will be the principal
speaker at the Chamber of Com-.
merce banquet at the Hazelwood..
school Friday evening at seven
o'clock. At noon today only a
limited number of tickets were
New Town Dog
Waynesvlile's new town dog
pound off the Dellwood road had
its first guests by sundown Tues
day.,,'. Jvt4'.v wlMJtiifv W.t'.W"''
Montgomery Queen, who started
his rounds early this week, had
picked up seven strays and lodged
them in the concrete-and-frame
home, ' '' '
There they were to be kept un
til their owners claimed them. '
If they are unclaimed within
three days after they were picked
up, they will be sold at public
auction. If no one buys them then,
they will be put to death painless-
iy. :'":: ' . ; v
In the meantime, they were as
sured ,of plenty of food and
The seven were the first to be
picked up under the new town or
dinance that was enacted in an
effort to solve the local dog prob
Under the new law, dogs found
In public unaccompanied by their
owners will be picked up and im
pounded, i ,
The ordinance also requires own
ers of dogs to obtain a license to
be renewed each year.
Town Manager Grayden Fergu
son explained, however:
"We're not out just to pick up
"We do not want to impound
dogs that have definite owners.
"But one of the major aims of
this new ordinance is to get pet
owners to keep their dogs under
control all the time on a leash
when they are in public, or on
their home grounds." .
May Primary Will
Start On April 29
Books for registration of quali
fied voters for the May 27 primary
will open at 9 A. M. April 29 at the
polling places in each of the coun
ty's 24 precincts.
Haywood County Elections Board
Chairman C. E. Cole said in his
announcement today that the
books would remain open until 6
After that day registration will
be held between 9 A. M. and 6 P.
M. on May 6 and May 13 in all pre
cincts. Saturday, May 20, a week before
the Primary, will be challenge day
in all precincts.
Registration will continue on
that day also only in the precincts
where a. new registration is being
taken Waynesvllle Nos. 2 and 3,
and Fines Creek Nos. 1 and 2.
Carl Goerch, Well
Commentator, Will Be
Representatives of local civic
clubs will gather in a body with the
Chamber of Commerce Friday
night at the Hazelwood School
Cafeteria for the Chamber s annual
The dinner will start at 7 p. H.
Principal speaker for the color
ful event will be Carl Goerch. pop
ular editor of "The State" which
he publishes at Raleigh, who has
been one of Western North Caro
lina's best friends fpr years.
...Mr. Goerch also is a well-known
The well-rounded program will
be both entertaining and educa
tional. Teddy Martin's orchestra will
play, the Cherokee Indian Quartet,
led by McKlnley Ross, vice-chief
of the Eastern Band of Cherokee,
will sing, and there will be a dis
cussion of Cherokee history by
Harry Buchanan, president of the
Cherokee Historical Association.
Mr. Goerch will be Introduced
by W. Curtis Russ, edieor and co
publisher of The Waynesvllle
James L. Kilpatrlck, Jr., serv
ing as master of ceremonies, will
deliver the address of welcome fol
lowing the Invocation by Admiral
W. N. Thomas of Lake Junaluska.
The entire program -vlll be
broadcast over Waynesvllle Radio
Station WHCC. 1
Organizations which will meet
with the Chamber are the Waynes
vllle Lions Qlub, headed by Presi
dent Richard Bradley; the Waynes
ville Rotary ClubyTvhose president
is R. .N. Barber Jr.; the Waynes
vllle Junior Chamber of Commerce,
which has Lester Burgin. Jr.. as
Its president; and the Waynesvillo
Business and Professional Women's
Club, led by Mrs. M. G. Stamey,
Serving as committee chairman
for the banquet are Charles E.
Ray, Jr., general arrangements: G.
C. Ferguson, ticket sales; David F.
Felmet, reception; and Miss Mary
The guests can look forward to
an interesting menu:
Haywood County apple Juice fol
lowed by baked tenderized ham In
raisin sauce, with stringles green
beans, parsley Irish potatoes, apple
sauce, and tossed vegetable salad,
and pickles, home - made rolls,
olives, muffins made with corn
produced on Haywood County land
that yielded 100 bushels per acre,
For desserts there will be choco
late upside-down cake, and ice
cream produced by Waynesville's
Pet Dairy plant.
The food will be cooked by the
staff of the Hazelwood School
cateterla and served by the mem
bers of Waynesvllle Township
High School's home economics
Officers of the host club, in ad
dition to Mr. Kllpatrick, are George
Kimball, vice-president; David Fel
met, second vice-president; White
ner Prevost. third vice-president;-John
Cuddeback. treasurer; Mrs.
Gordon Schenck. secretary; and
Charles Ray, Jack Messer, Henry
Davis, Jack Liner, Curtis Russ,
Reeves Noland, C. J. Reece, Gray
den Ferguson, Dr. Frank S. Love,
Clyde Fisher, Fred Henry, Wayne
Corpening, Leo Weill. Dick Bar
ber, Ott Ledbetter, and Carl
NAME IS MUTT TATE
Furnian Tate, who is running for
county tax collector, is better
known by his nickname of "Mutt"
Tate, as his friends call him. .
The Mountaineer is sorry it left
that identifying name out when it
ran the list of candidates last Mon-
DR. HIGH IN HOSPITAL
Dr. Paul J. High is a medical
patient at the Haywood County
In Hay wood
Injured .... 10
(This information com
piled from Records of
State Highway Patrol)