STANDARD FTG CC
Comp 220-230 S
IE Waynesyille Mountaineer
Nothing tnnoya a womaa m
mnch at havin her friend
drop la to find her house took
in like K asually does.
lerent ways to beat the
mes with te summer.
loose. light cloth-
roi - - t
.r temoer cool, do your
the cool hours of the
law, araw &nu.
h. the sun hits, etc.
Lthod No. 21. a member
Lvnesville Chamber of
says. . . ,
in the mountains ana
Lntil the summer's over.
oh, faded on the last
rhpmkee drama Sun-
'a stocky man In one of
led scats wipea nw eye
Ci. nf a bia. work-scarr-
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declared in a voice
th accent of Boston:
test' Every American
ie it. Might give us all
her visllor was iiaiBiu
e to a Waynesville clti-
Ln you have, very nice
v nii "
ou had any famous men
the visitor asitea.
replied the local man
Published Twice-A-Wcck In The County Seat of Haywood County At The Eastern Entrance Of The Great Smoky Mountains National Tark .
Tfp950 $3.00 In Advance In Haywood and Jackson Countid
65th YEAR NO. 62 20 PAGES Associated Press and United Press News WAYNESVILLE, C, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUS1
Scene Of Salvation Army Singing Convention
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' The Mountain Mission on Max Patch Mountain' will be the scene of next Sunday's 13th annual
Salvation Army Singing Convention. Two thousand people attended the event last year.
. (See Story on Pae J, Sec, S '
Nnrris Ukes to get a-
t he couldn't drive a reg
like other folks do, he
's paralized from the
imply built his own.
an old airplane auxiliary
lank, wheels from a motor
one-cylinder engine, and
& special transmission and
Irangement that he would
ives his three-wheeled.1
p two-seater around town
as anybody else drives a
Is an average 75 miles oui
;le gallon of gas, and uses
Vlet-shaped little Job can
a maximum 40 miles an
ich Is fast enough for his
"he fiajTI v " i"""""
I first built It," he said
do about 60.
hdjusted it, though, and
Ji the speed so I could get
wer on the hills.
er product o f Tommy's
pi aptitude was patented
clothes-Din type cadeet that
lo type writers to make the
bf labels faster and easier.
Mother, Daughter Killed
In Gruso Road tragedy
Fines Creek Man
Slightly Hurt In
1. A pollislon of a ieep and a 1938
ford early Tuesday morning in the
Fines Creek community sent ver
non Green of Fines Creek to the
hospital with a gashed forehead.
The accident occurrea ai mam
Fereuson's Store near the inter
section of Highway 209.
stale Hiehway Patrol Corp. John
t. rroenter said Mr. Green was
driving the )ep and Sam Jones.
also of Fines Creek, was operating
the auto., '
The officer described the dam
age to each vehicle as amounting
to less than $50.
nobile service from the
id County Library has been
rily discontinued, due to
gnation of Robert Russell,
bile assistant. ,
Russell left yesterday for
Ite where he will have ohvsi-
fninations for induction into
;S. Air Corps. "
Margaret Johnston, librar-
ted that the regular sched-
the Bookmobile will be
d as soon as further ar-
Jients can be made.
also requested that people
library bnnka ' hold them
he schedule is resumed or,
fsible. return them to the
le Rotha is rinina nicelv at the
od County Hospital where
pderwent surgery the first of
fOMEN'S GOLF EVENT
weekly cnlf event (nrwimpn
Waynesville Golf Club this
will he a low net contest
bth fIass A. unA pinna n
f will also be the qualifying
tor the August tournament,
Wounded in Action
in South Korea
PFC Jack W. Sisk of Waynesville
this week was reported wounuea
in action In Korea.
The soldier's mother, Mrs. Bell
Sisk, said the Army Department s
message which arrived last night
described the wound as "slight.'
It was sent by Army Adjutant
General Edward F. Wotsell to the
soldier's brother, Ralph Sisk, of
The message did not name inu
rf.t. n which he was wounded.
He was serving with the 25th In
fantry Division, one oi me out
fits which has been bearing the
brunt of the fighting.'
Mrs Sisk said her i-year-uiu
son enlisted a little more than two
years ago, while he was in the 11th
grade of Waynesville lownsnip
High School ana naa Decn un pu
pation duty in Japan for about
two years before going to Korea
to fight against the Communists.
Jack Sisk became me secuiiu
ti....n-n fnuntv man within the
X La j nuuu -wwK-..
last wert to be named a casualty
of the Korean conflict.
p.riini rot Zemna Mzemore
of Clyde, a B-26 bombardier, was
reported missing in action.
Jirsdav. Auaust 3 Partly
and cooler Thursday with
led. thundershowen In the
poon. Friday generally fair
Jiot much change in tempera-
Fnr the second time this year,
two persons have died in single
highway accidents on Haywood
highways, to bring the total of
Early Wednesday night, a 40-vpar-rilrl
Cruso mother and her 12-
year-old daughter were Instantly
killed and a second daughter pain
fully Injured in an accident near
the Gwyn cemetery on Highway
Mrs. Lloyd Shuler, and daughter
Willie Rosclle Shuler, 12, died in
stantly after being struck by i
ifnv Shuler. 9. was reported
MWion Hiimiltal in AskovUle
at noon, as being much berter, and
her condidtion was considered
imx, onnri followine surgery on
Wednesday' night. The hospital
gave no information as to the ex
in nf thp rh da injuries.
Double funeral services. will be
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ncia rriaay ov iu v.v...
cct -Fnrk Raotist church, near
r,iicn Thn Rev. Oder F. Burnette
the Rev. Thcary Wheeler and Rev
Leroy Heatherly will officiate, in
tnrmnnt will be in the Gwyn ceme
iarv npar the scene of the accident
The bodies will be taken to me
home of Nealy Hcnson, near Cruso
thu afternoon. Garrett Funeral
Mrs. Shuler was the wile oi
Lloyd Shuler, and daughter of the
late Asbury and Ua Henry Craw-
(See "2 Killed," on Page Six)
Park Pictures To
Be Shown Tues.
Arthur Stupka, naturalist of the
Smokies, will give an illustrated
lecture at the court house here at
eight o'clock on Tuesday evening.
Tho ovont is being sponsored by
the Chamber of Commerce, and no
admission charges will be made.
- Mr. Stupka will show coiorea
niniurra nii what he calls, "Sum
mer and Fall In The Great Smok
ies." . , ' .
Thno who have seen his pic
tures highly recommend them for
an evening of enjoyment.
i Muriill was promoted re
cent iv I'om pat it In in to patrol
man first clan- in Hie State High
Patrolman Murrlll. a native of
i.,bc,.niiin Onsinw county, is In
his sixth year of service wim uie
tnt law enforcement agency.
The 32-vcar-old officer was as-
donnH tn Havwood county in fco
r,,0r rrnm the eastern area and
u nn Hutv in the waynesville area
Earlier. Patrolman Haroia uay-
ton, serving in the Canton area
was promoted to the same rann
The Haywood county draft
board swung into action Tuesday
for the first time In about a year.
But so far, It has no one to draft
not at the moment, anyway. State
Selective Service headquarters
hasn't set a quota yet for the
Mrs. Roy Campbell, back at her
familiar job as board clerk, re
ported today that the records have
not yet been received but are ex
pected some time next week.
The office will be open for reg
And If the draft quota for the
county is based on World War II
enlistments. It Will be lust about
the nation's smallest.
In the proportion of volunteers
during the last war, the county
ranked among the first In America,
Nearly every able-bodied man
enlisted in the Armed Forces long
before they received their "greet
Ings from the local board.
No Crowding In This Scene!
County Budget Is
Th pnmnlete estimated budget
for Haywood county for the coming
year Is being published today on
page six of the third section.
The budget sows me amount
of money estimated for each divis
ion of the county government Dur
ing the coming year, the amount of
money to be raised by taxes for
each division, and the amount
from other sources.
The summary of the budget also
shows the portion of the new rate
of $1.40 for each division.
Ben Phillips Has
New Esso Station
Ben Phillips Is today announcing
h nnpninn of his new Esso Sta-
.inn nn Main Street, near the Dixie
The station operated by the late
nm Ralentine. has been changed
into an Esso Station, and will be
operated by Mr. Phillips, who has
sold his interest in me nuvCu-
Phillips Esso Station near te t osi
Mr. Phillips has been in the
service station business here for
the past seven years, and is now
the sole operator of his new sta
tion. The property has been completer
ly renovated, and new equipment
$100 Grant From
Thn ttfiuwnnH rmnitv Library
has received a S100 grant froih the
fund established under the will of
the late Harry Futterman for the
development of record collections.
This library is one of around sixty
receiving grants of $50 to $100,
totaling $4,000. .
The fund Is used by libraries
as a stimulus for obtaining contri
butions from local sources.
Mr Futterman. who died in De
cember, 1945, was a certified public
accountant In New York City. As
a soldier in (he First World War,
hi hart fin intKSod music that, when
the recent war befian. he organized
the Armed Forces Master Records,
ine whose oui-Dose was to dis
tribute libraries of classical music
tn the armed forces. He dlstribut
eH shout 1 S00 libraries of classical
music to Army, Navy and Marine
Corps posts, ships and stations all
over the world. His own collec
tion of records was left to the
New York Publlt Library.
The record collection of me
tiflvwiwirl lihrarv is reported to be
one of the best in North Carolina
and possibly the only one in the
of the state. It in
cludes over 100 albums of classical
music and many fine English re
cordings. According to Miss Margaret
Johnston, librarian, 1,385 records
were checked out to music lovers
during the past year.
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Pnipface Rueetators stand back at a respectful distance as
Cherokee Indians practice their roles in the Indian drama, "Unto
These Hills," now playing at Cherokee. Cain Suunooke, an
Indian farmer who was called from his mountain cabin to play the
roll of a Cherokee chief in the show, gives a few pointers on
bow-and-arrow shooting to Howard Arch (standing) and his broth
er Charlea Arph, Saunook wears robe of wild turkey feathers,
, (AP Photo).
Only One Item
In County Budget
Overdrawn Last Year
Haywood county finished the cur-
rent A val vcar with a surplus of
$73,137.91, according to a published
statement on page seven of the
third section of today's Issue. The
report was compiled by Charles
H. Metcalfe, county auditor,
The county stayed within the
1949-50 budget on every Item ex
cept one, which was overdrawn by
some $4,495. This item was the
county school current fund.
The outstanding bonded indeb
tedness of Havwood, as of June
30, was $582,800, the report showed.
The county, as of June 30, had
$258,237 In cash on hand. Of this
amount, the $73,137 surplus of last
year, was supplemented by about
$161,000 In prepaid 1950 taxes. Mr.
Metcalfe points out In his report
that $10,729 of this will have to be
refunded, since the early tax rate
was based on the old rate of $1A0,
and since then the rate was chang-
Cd to $1.40.
The difference between the cash
on hand, and prepaid taxes shows
$97,306.96. but from this, comes
two amounts which were not in the .
budget one for $3,824.39 and $19,
384.66 for the special school fund.
By deducting both these Items,
gives the surplus on hand for last
year of over $73,000.
The tax rate for last year was
$1.0217 for general county pur
poses, and 47.83 cents for school
purposes, making a total of $1.50.
The report shows that $48,465.97
remained unpaid on 1949 taxes,
and $17,522.81 on 1948 taxes.
44 Iowa 4-H Members
Due To Arrive Monday
Local Masons To
Honor Past Masters
Past Master Masons will be hon
ored Friday night by Waynesville
Lodge 259 A.F and A.M.
The meeting will open at 8 p. m.
All visiting Masons are invited
Potts Appeals I
To High Court
Defense attorney for Sam
t'otls of Waynesville has filed
notice of appeal to the North Caro
r.mirt from his
Gntonrnti nn two charges.
Mr. Potts was released lrom jau
yesterday morning after posting
the $25,000 bond set ty Juage
The local man was sentenced by
Judge Will Pless In Swain Superior
Court last month to two years on a
conviction of assault with a deadly
weapon, and six months on a con
viction of driving while under the
influence of Intoxicating liquor.
The sentences are consecutive.
The appeal notice was filed by
W. Hoy Francis, Waynesville al
torney. The charges arose from an in
cident at Fontana Lake earlier this
Forty-six boys and girls of the
Washington County, Iowa, 4-H
Clubs and four of their leaders
will arrive here at. one o'clock on
Monday for a week's visit in Hay
1 be cuests of members
of this county's 4-H clubs for the
week, participating in the home
and farm and community life of
This is the latest event in an ex
change policy-which was inaugu
rated last year.
Last summer, a largo group of
Haywood County 4-H members
visited Washington county, and
were guests of the Iowa youngsters,
A busy program for the mia
westcin visitors was being com
pleted this week. County Agent
Wayne Corpening reported, and a
warm welcome is planned for their
Tomorrow night, Haywood 4-H
Club hoys and girls and I heir par
ents who will be hosts to the visi
tors will work out the final details
at. a meeting at 8 p. m, Friday in
the Haywood County Court House.
Besides participating in commun
(Sce 4-11 lowans, Pae Six)
For Beer -Vote
To Start Soon
Registration for the Sept. 2
county-wide beer-wine election
will open Saturday in Haywood's
County Elections Chairman Crom
E. Cole said yesterday the books
would be distributed this week.
The vote will decide whether
legal sales of beer and wine will
continue in this county.
Registration will be held every
Saturday prior to August 26.
The date a week before the
election will be challenge day In
The election date was set Dy
the county board after a petition
bearing more than 1,500 signatures
of qualified voters was filed by
representatives of the Haywood
Courdy Ministerial Association.
Piclal Waynesville tempera-
as reciirriiwi hv the staff of
ftate Test Taxm):
1st 1 .
Jst 2 ...
Ma. Min. Precp
..81 .55 .02
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With 400 Booklets
c- Ann rnnfpff nf i descriptive
nettled atorv of "Unto These Hills
! Kln.r mailed to every Cnaptet
of the National Secretaries Asso
m the nation. The project
is that -of the Mountaineer Chap
ter, here in Waynesville, oi
mi Mrv' Medlora is presiucm.
The 24-page booklet was prepar
ed with the idea of inviting me u,
nnn Kor. nf the National orga-
i..inn tn visit the drama and
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mgk. Wavnesville their headquart
in the area. Six pages
nf the hooklet are devoted to the
i;ilrt nf nlaeea to stay.
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ti. WrnHiictinn is a letter
.innnj hv Mis- Medford. J. L. Kil
.t,.i.k .Tr nresldent of the Cham
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f rnmmerre. ana can rueiu j
nf the Havwood County
T.lc Aecnnlatlnn. Inclosed in
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the booklet will be a folder of the
CheroKee Historical Association
. intter from Mrs. Edith P
itoo secretary of the Western
North Carolina Tourist Association
(See Secretaries, Pe Six)
Hazelwood's New City Hall Has Space For A Fire Department
Property To Be
Sold For Taxes f
All property on which 1949 coun
ty taxes have not been paid will be
advertised for sale, starting Mon
day, it was announced ''today by
Sebe Bryson, county tax collector.
Under the law. the property is
advertised for four weeks, and then
sold at auction at the court house
door on the first Monday in Sep
tember. The towns of the county will
proceed under the same law one
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Moonshine Shop Moved To
New Location - By Officers
This Is the brick and concrete City Hall of Hazelwood, which takes the place of a small wooden building. The building houses the
v.atefand ta?o5 c? dermen's conference room' and 3 Urge garage eIect"ea,1hly
VXl for fire truck. The mayor's room is also utilized as a voting precinct for all elections. Shown in the
:-Jv!X!ni collector, and chief of police Ossie Sutton, (right). The building is on Brown Avenue, near the corner of
Main Street. (Staff photo). ... ... - -- - .-. "
Some men had been planning to
move . their, bus'incss out in Big
Bend to a new location.
But federal, slate, and county of
ficers obliginuly did t he job for
them last, Friday' afternoon.
The only truuhie was. the gooa
Samaritans didn't move it exactly
where the owners wanted it.
They look il flown to the Sher
iff's Department garage in the Hay
wood County Court House.
Sheriif's deputies described the
"business" as a 700-gallon still
largest ever taken in Haywood
Deputies Max Cochran, Wade
McDaniel and John Kerley. two a
gents of the State ABC Board, and
Roy Reef e loncther witti two oiner
U. S. Alcohol Tax Unit Officers
gave their time and effort to move
A Mountaineer photographer
went over to the Court House on
Monday to take a picture of the big
But when he got there he found
Komehoriv had moved U again. 1
The Sheriff's Department has;
been contributing the confiscated
stills to the Community Develop
ment Program handicraft program.
The ladies of the Home Demon
stration Clubs convert them into
beautiful trays and dishes. - -
Injured . . . 20
Killed ..... 5
(This information com
piled from Records of
Stat Highway Patrol)