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Published Twice-A-Week In The County Seat of Haywood County At The Eastern Entrance Of The Great Smoky Mountains National Park
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65th YEAR NO. 84 20 PAGES Associated Press
WAYNESVILLE, N. C, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, OCT. IV 1950 $3.00 In Advance In Haywood and Jackson Countia
Residents Of Junaluska Honor Dr. and Mrs. Love
udges Named Felix
Lille now has two judges
Mix-Judge Fenv E. Auey,
fce of Mayor's Court, Felix
t.vnr J. H. Way Is on a
1 in.ir of New England, the
L,.rt will be cresided over
Honor Stovali, who was
to the post by Mayor Way.
nm Urn Dr. Tom Strlng-
lonfined to his home on ac-
illness, and unable to pre-
jiich necessitated the ap
Vayncsyille Police Dcpart-
boeratlne on a higher level
kv. while Its old home is De
fcdelled.. Headquarters is on
tover the old office.
rfnnr. work is still in pro-
the new Fire Department
irtpr and town earaee. Fire
lem Fitzgerald moved both
Iks onto the recently-paved
torn their old parking place
kolice headquarters section.
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Residents of Lake Junaluska gave a party at Sunset Cottage In honor of Dr. and Mrs. frank S. L e
who leave soon to take up their new wo. k in the North Carolina Conference. Dr. Love has been.
Tuirintendcnt of Lake Junaluska for the past six years, and Mrs. Love office manager, Dr. U e
L SI on the left while Mrs. Love looks at the beautiful dock, a gift of the Junaluska residents,
which was presented by Admiral W. N. Thomas, right. (Photo by Crencll).
One That Got Away
'amnhcll hnntinff nariv was
'the first out when the new
ason opened last Sunday,
jbrtsmen came back empty
i after their two-day outing
f arrenville, but they were
jking today about ihe "one
iaway.'' , ,1 .' s'-:
f the hunters said the bruin
g. as a mule," and escaped
favy volley of fire,
Ivor, some of the slugs ap
Sy connected, for the men
Ses saw traces of blood as
Jailed the bear for about two
lefore the dogs lost the scent.
Only Two Days Leii For
Registering For Election
Nineteen of the 52 Haywood
County men selected for the sec
ond draft quota passed their pre
induction examinations Inst Mon
day at Charlotte.
The men who Passed returned
home with the others to await or
ders to report for induction.
The 25 draftees who passed men
nominations last September in the
first call for Haywood County men !
have not yet been ordered to report
The local Selective Service board
wil meet at 10 A. M.. Tuesday to re
classify those sent to Charlotte last
The men who passed the
Howard Heeves Rhlnehart
ton; James Kverctt Turner,
nesville; Klmer Lee Ionian
Ion- Conrad Lewis Howie,
nesville: James Hubert CiDson.
Waynesvllle; Joe 'Francis ChnMo-1
phor, Haj.elwood; 1
Ned Jones. Waynesville; Urael
McDaniel Fisher. Clyde; Hubert
Vinson Cable, Canton; Nonwin
Grooms, Canton; Howard Kelly CI II
reath. Jr., Canton; Joseph F.dward
Weldon Lawrence Goolsby, Can
ton; Benjamin Ralph Winchester.
Hazelwuod, Ray Mauley lUumtte,
Canton; Clarence Sylvester Mc
Gaha, Waynesville; Ralph J'l Ar-
rington, Waynesville; uaroy
ard Stinnett, Clyde; and Herbert
King Watts, Canton.
In Korea War
I' ,'" 1
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N. Brown of Greensboro,
' national commander of the
ins of Foreign Wars, will ad-
i meeting of the Waynesville
Post at 8 P. M. Wednesday
session will be held in the
tourt room of the Haywood
f nesville VFW Commande
! Marshall said todav that the
g would be open to everyone
for membership in the
I regardless of their present
with reference to the oigan-
liable To Give
The teeth of the new zoning or
dinance showed It sharp teeth this
week. q one offender paid court
costs, upon entering a plea of
guilty to Mayor J. H. Way.
Thp offender had failed to get a
building pwmltf according to the
warrant issued by Hugn jouey.
The ordinance sets forth the pen
alty of $50 for each day, or 30 days
imprisonment for each day.
Inspector Jolley pointed out the
necessity of getting a permit be
fore work is started on a new
hniiHinff reoairine. or making any
alterations. "The law is specific as
tn this and we have no otner
course except to see that it is fol
lowed, Mr. Jolley said.
He cited an instance on which he
Is not at work, in which a citizen
reeentlv erected a earage without
benefit of a permit. "It looks as if
the building will have to be remov
ed because it is in violation of the
Corporal. Zane D." Wartlck,
former Waynesville Township HiRh
most School student, was wounded
I slightly In action In Korea Septem
His parents, Mr and Mrs. Frank
1) Warllck of Umatilla, Ore. re
vealed this in a letter to the Mount
aineer this week.
The Warllcks-moved to Oregon
(.. vi-jiis auo trom Haywood
Coinitv. where X.ane was bom June
I The 19-year-old soldier was in
' ducted into service January iu,
1949, and. after completing his
I basic training l 'ort Jl'kson' S-
C, was transferred to Fort Lewis,
He was serving us the leader of a
23rd 'Infantry machine-gun squad
in Korea when he was, wounded,
The Band Committee plans to
make a "final push" this week-end
to raise the remaining goal of $4,
200 for the K.xpansion fund for the
As of this morning, the commit
tee was nearing the half-way mark
One of the major items of the
funds is 30 additional uniforms, in
order that the band can have 90
pieces in parades and on the foot
ball field. Also included are sever-
h needed instruments, to
supplement those used for the past
Corn Field Day
je rs. has returned from a 10
Jmsiness trip to New York,
Ihe purchased merchandise
store. : . , v
announced upon his return
p would give a trophy to the
f'i player on the Waynesville
I voted as the most popular,
public will cast votes at the
f or the player of their choice.
F I . A "I
Tuesday will be Com Field Day
at the Mountain Experiment Sta
tion here. ..
station Director Howard Clapp
said today the program would open
at 2:30 P. M., with top experts from
North Carolina State college ana
Its Extension farm organization
conducting tours of model corn
He added that some of the corn
would be harvested before the
Field Day event statred.
Takincr nart. in' the orocram will
i, rir Paul H. Harvev. N. C. State
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College agronomist; Henry Cook,
instructor in researcn agronomy v
State College; and Dr. fc. k. woi
lins, State College Extension agron
omist. Other officials may appear on
the program, he said.
Mr. Clapp will supervise iuc
Hiivwood County's Democrats will
hold n Important meeting at the
Haywood County Court House at
2:30 P. M. Saturday, then formally
open their headquarters for the
November General Election cam
Charles B. McCrary of Fines
Creek, chalrtnan of the county
Democratic executive committee,
wlR preside over the Court House
Party workers this week contin
ued work on the arrangements for
hoorinuartern will be estab
lished in the office of Waynesville
Attorney William Medford, Demo
cratic nominee for the state senate.
Meanwhile. Democratic leaders
pushed their campaign for a 100
per cent party registration w i
coming election, y
Committeemen worked to get
every qualified man and woman in
the county to put their signatures
in the precinct registration books.
Party leaders expressed anxiety
over possible complacency on the
now- nf the Democratic voters, and
aimed their efforts to get out a 100
per cent vote on election aay
Havwood Board of Elections
Chairman Crom E. Cole today re
minded voters thuy have only two j
more Saturdays left to register for !
the November Genei al Election.
The books will be open, at the
polling places in the 28 product
October 21 and October it), voi-
ers can register on week days di
rectly With their precinct regis
trars.' : ,
Mr. Cole again reminded the
folks living in the newly-created
precincts that they will have to
register again if they had not done
so since the last primary ended.
This re-registration rule applies
to the people lving in the East,
Center, and West Waynesville,
Saunook. Pigeon and Center Pi
Action In Korea
Pvt. -'Thomas B. Gilliland, Jr or
Waynesville was wounded In action
in Korea recently.
But, In a letter to his parents, he
described his Injuries as slight and
said lie was not hospitalized.
He was struck in the left '"l1
and forehead by hand gernadc frag
ments. The 18-year-old soldier enlisted
in August 194!) while he was a
student at Waynesville High
School, and has been overseas four
His brother Robert also is serv
ing in Korea.
The boys are the sons of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Thomas B. Gillilana,
Taylor Motor Co.
To Stage Formal
. The formal opening of the Tay
lor Motor Company has been set
for Friday, it Is being announced
lodav by J. Fuel Taylor, owner.
The new Arm Is opening in the
Bell Building at the Depot, and is
the "first Bulck agency to be estab
lished here in many years.
Mr. Taylor was associated with
the Buick agency as sales manager
in Greenville, S. C, for a number
I., ntiiiiiinn in the sale of new
cars, the firm will handle used cars,
and 'do general repair work.
Jerry Liner or Lake Junaluska
this week was awarded the general
contract to make improvements on
the Palton School in Canton.
He was found to be the low Did
der on the project.
The awards were announced by
A. J. Hutchlus, Canton city schools
Young and Hrookshire of Canton
will do the plumbing and heating
installations, and H. J. Hyatt will
handle the electrical work on the
The general Improvements on
the elemawUu school will include
fhc addition of hew classrooms, din
ing room, rest rooms, library and
Goal Of 10,000 In
Sight; Saturday Set
As Last Day For
All indications today were that
with two more days Of hard work,
Haywood would send 10,000 signs
tures on Freedom Scrouls to Ber
lin by Saturday night.
At noon today, Jonathan Woody,
county chairman, said the signa
tures of 8.116 persons had been se
cured. The goal is for 10,0)0.
The drive ends Saturday, and
Mr Wimdv ureed that all persons
having scrolls bring thorn to Mrs.
Johnny Ferguson, treasurer, at the
bank by noon Saturday.
A J Hutchins. co-chairman of.
the Canton area obligated himself
and committee to get 5.000 sig
natures from that area.
The student council at high
school here, under the direction of
Carl Ratciille, have secured more
than 2.500 names.
The scrolls will be flown to Ber
lin over the week-end and placed
in the base of the Freedom Shrine
in Berlin on Tuesday, at which
time the bell will be rung and
heard around the world.
l'h.i co-chairman In this end of
the county is Aaron Provost, who
reported' excellent response from
all industrial plants.
The Western North Carolina As
sociated Communities will meet al
1 p.m. Tuesday at the Canton Hotel
WNCAC Secretary C. M. Doug
las of Uieil4 WW in Jhi recent an
nouncement that the business s.
sion will follow the luncheon which
will open the meeting.
W. T. Stiles Is operating his ac
counting and auditing business In
Mr. Stiles's headquarters are now
in the Masonic Temple building.
His business also includes book
keeping and income lax services.
ATTORNEY ENTERS HOSPITAL
R. E. Sentelle, Waynesville attor
ney, entered Duke Hospital at Dur
ham yesterday to undergo a major
and a minor operation.
He paid he honed to return to
his office in a week or ten days.
Bids On Town
To Be Opened
itids are scheduled to be opened
at the town hall tomorrow on the
project of waterproofing the in
terior of Waynesville's reservoir.
This is the last phase of a major
improvement job that started with
the waterproofing of the exterior
of the reservoir.
2 Boys Captured In Car
Stolen In Charlotte
On Display At Fair
Visitors to the North Carolina
Stale Fair this week will see some
prize Haywood apples.
A number of Haywood orchards
have entered exhibits of apples in
the horticulture department, which
Is under ine supervision oi n""
ard Clapp. director in clmrge of the
Mountain Experiment Sution here
At noon today no word has been
received as to the prize winners.
High School's Student Leaders Sign Them Up For Freedom Crusade
Wavnesvill e Contractor Ben
Sloan has been awarded the project
of installing steam heat in the
town office building.
Mavnr J H. Way. Jr.. today an
nounced the award of the contract
The town's chief executive said
the oil-burning facilities will pro
vide heat for the town hall, po
lice, and fire departments.
The job wil cost approximately
lirsdav Drtnhnr 10 ' TlnnHv
ishowers Thursday and Thurs-!l'ght-
rather strong winds dim-
fng Thursday night. Friday
cloudy and continued mild.
icial Waynesville tempera
;s recorded by the staff of the
I Test Farm):
East Waynesville Has 100''
Attendance For Two Days
The rain on Thursday morning was welcomed by many
people but at East Waynesville school the damp weather
spoiled their rccord-a two-day record of perfect atten
dance for the 251 students. .
School authorities believe this is perhaps a record in
the state for a school with an enrollment of 251 students.
On Tuesday and Wednesday every student was present.
While this morning there were three absentees
The students, and their teachers, have worked hard for
the record, and took advantage of t,he occasion to have
their picture made on Wednesday-that is all except
their principal, Frank Rogers, who is recovering from an
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Two Charlotte youUis arc in jail
and a stolen car is recovcreo be
cause they didn't want to pay for
ten gallons of gas.
The officers didn't know the car
was stolen when they took np the
chase after Jim Heatherly of Cruso
phoned that two boys had driven
off without paying for the gasoline
he had given them.
"1 suppose you stoic the car,
loo," State Highway Patrolman Joe
Murrill told the somewhat f.-ight-ened
boys after they were taken
to the police station.
"Yes." they stammered.
Thev arc being held in jail here
pending a preliminary hearing be
fore Mayor J. II. Way, Jr., in city
The Police Department said
Donald Gunnells, 21. is charged
with reckless driving, and driving
(See 2 Boys Pane 8
ViS' .Abh ,? ; rZ, and Charles Messer. Kneeling in front is Billy Rogers. -Staff Photo).
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Mrs, C, Frank Moody, 76, mother
of Mrs. N. W. Garrett, Sr . of Way
nesville, died in her home on the
Moodv Farm in Iotla Community
near Franklin early Wednesday
morning. She had sustained a
broken hip a year ago and had
been in declining health since.
Mrs. Moody was the former Miss
Maggie D. Turpin and wa born
n Haywood county, the d?.ugtuer
(See Mrs. Garrett Page 81
- Record For
(This Information com
piled from Records of
State Highway Patrol)
T ORDER TO VOTE ON NOV. 7tK