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only mail U now ar
J ,n hour or so later than
'due in a change In schedule,
learned from Postmaster J.
J oniv mail from the east ar
Jon Sunday is now put up In
ies by 5 30 to 6 o'clock. The
futgoing mail to the east
it 11 o'clock. Instead of nine,
mail closings for the east
H-days are 6:30 a. m., 10:30
1 p. m and 5 p. m.
t-day mall irom me easi is
retributed by 8:30, 2:30
so, it was explained.
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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. 86 20 PAGES Associated Press
.WAYNESVILLE, N. C, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, OCT. 26, 1930 $3.00 In Advance In Haywood and Jackson Countiei
It's Apple Bobbing Time In Haywood
ur foreign- VruiicDtKMHKJiii
Wr s of Syiva aeciarea tues-
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hi that the united nations
last hope to save the world
the destruction oi a intra
iddresjed his remarks to the
LvitU- Business and Trofcs-
dinner meeting at the fjyr-
fca Uo'i.n opservea me nrin
rsary if the drill ot me
nv obsj.vers feel" Mr. Par
dared, "that World War II
have iK'.i prevented hod
Id League of Xntu ns reacted
Unit 'd Nations reacted u
said tliat th- UN has nound-
to some extent unco u was
it floundered, he explained,
becau ' ii ran up agam. pruu-
hat had not been anl.-upnlcd.
ip UN has dene ,au excellent
Jrea proved that It can do the
en for which It was not set
explained Secretary of State
Ion's proposal, now being con-
id by a UN committee, and
I would work if it were ariopt-
said the plan is designed to
Russia had been present to
ase the veto when the UN
iiy Council approved the
action in Korea, this action
,would have bean taken, -pointed
out, however, that
la would be present if the UN
Is called upon again to act
lease of aggression committed
pother Russian satellite.
former United Press and
iated Press foreign and war
Ispondcnt also declared that
Irs of the existence of a pow-
Russian-created East German
apparently had no basis in
felligence reports said such an
existed only on paper, that
fntained less than 60,000 men
East German air force doesn't
even on paper, intelligence
s have reported, and the fleet
fore of a coast guard to com-
ithermore, he added, the Rus-
do not want an East German
JSee John Parris Eaue 8)
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These young people started off Apple Week in a big way at the Sub-peb party Tuesday night as they
bobbed for apples from the tub of water. Ronnie Haas, of Canton, is trying tu got his apple, while
Mary Ann Uyrd waits her turn. Sally Stovall, center, and Miles Stamey are enjoying, their apples,
while Doris Ann Ensley sets set to try next. The young people, in costume, had a v;ala time at the
Youth Center. (Staff Photo.
Colorful Program Set For
Hajwood Apple Fesiival
The usual pre-election word
slinging will give way to pie-slinging
at the Haywood County Court
Cherokee Indians will re-enact
And the words of (he-open-air
preachers will give way to the rich,
mouth-watering aroma of, apple
pies in the, process of baking.
Fact is, anybody who opens his
mouth around the Court House on
Saturday morning has a good
chance of having an apple pie thov,
ed into it.
That, of course, brings us direct
ly to anothef big Teature of these
Selected ministers of Haywood
County's churches will be given
an opportunity to display their
skill and capacity at the dinner
They will take part in the pie- j celebration,
Pie a la mode eating contest,
to split hairs about it.
Each pie will be decorated with
three large scoops of ice cream.
The winner will be crowned
Haywood County's pie-eating cham.
His prize will be a large, economy-size
glass of bicarbonate of
The Indians will compete in an
But first they'll warm up by
The Masquerade Party at the
Waynesvllle Armory will climax
the local celebration of Hallowe'en
Tuesday night i ,
. The event will start a 8 B'clock.
The Waynesvllle, Chamber of
Cdnimerce and the Wayr.esvtlle
Merchants AssoeUtioa k apMisor-
lng the event for the high -school
Prizes will be awarded to those
judged as having the best costume.
There will be bobbing for apple,
cake walks, and other games, that
add to the gaiety of the traditional
Crom Cole, chairman of ho
board of elections, this mnrnlns
pointed out that persons who did
not register in Fines Creek, Aliens
Crwk, and at Waynesville two pre
cincts lnt spring, must of necessity
j do so on or before Saturday in or
tiler to vote on the 7th.
i These precincts were created
i prior to the primary last spring,
1 and many persons took advantage
j of the new registration at that time.
'. Thof-e who did not have until Sat
! unlay afternoon to register.
i The election official also point-
i ed out thai persons formerly' Vol
i inn at the court house, at Bethel
; ami Saunook, must register by
I Sat 111 day, as new precincts have
been created at each of these
j places : ' ....
i Registrations have shown a de
1 tided increase during the past
i week, Mr. Cole said.
' Those living In whal was the
North Ward ait' now in either the
new- Kast Waynesvllle, Center
Waynesvllle, or West Waynesvllle
The Pigeon profnel is ow dlvid'
cl into I'iyeou and Center Pigeon
All those living fi tile Saunook
si'diim also must register again,
Mure this has been sol up as a new
The polling places where persons
in those areas ran register are:
Kast Waynesvllle -East Wayneg'
Center Waynesvllle Haywood
County Court House;
West Waynesvllle Presslcy's
Pigeon Hothel School;
Center Pigeon Spring Hill
Saunook Saunook School,
The 55-pieie concert hand and
95-member mixed chorus will give
a concert at the high school audi
torium Thursday 'night to climax
the Band Expansion Drive,
As of noon today, the tliiye hail
netted $2,500, which loaves a bal-! .
ance of $1,700 i ti Older to reach' 1
Haywood Bells Ring Out Good News
;The "pPbiwdV'frohT the conct'i
will be applied toward j llm ex
Charles Isley said the selections
by both the hand and chorus would
be particularly 'appcalinj to chil
dren. The concert will start at
Boyd Withdraws From
Race For Board Chairman
Glenn A. Boyd of
Creek, prominent Haywood County
Republican leader, announced
Tuesday he was withdrawing as Re
publican candidate for the General
shooting apples off people s heads, j Election race for chairman of the
(See Apples Pae 8)
age Boost Announced For
aylon Rubber Employees
wage boost of 12&C per hour
We than 900 employees of
fDayton Rubber Company at its
jhesville plant was announced
week by Harry A. Bourne, fac
J manager of the Thorobred
'ion of the company. The in
. Fc came as a result of negotia
nt between the Company and
-277. United Rubber. Cork.'
fleum and Plastic Workers of
f nca. CIO
According to Mr. Bourne, the
innroao was cranted to all em
ployees, including those on salary.!
who are on the company's payroll!
at Waynesvllle. All increases were i
made effective October Ifi, '
The wage offer was ratified ry ;
the union membership In a meet
ing held at the Hazclwood Elemen-
tary School on Friday, October 20. j
The present contract with the ,
Union covers the period to October
3, 1951. '
Haywood board of county com
His action leaves Democratic
Candidate Charles C. Francis of
Ratcliffe Cove unopposed for the
In his statement announcing his
withdrawal, he declared that it had
always been his personal and polit
ical ambition to make Haywood
County a better place in which to
-He formerly served as chairman
of the County Republican Execu
He explained that, in his opinion,
that the Democrats in the June
primary selected a groun of men
of high character and ability
Since the people have "taken the
step to have clean politics here,
he continued, he did not see where
it would be an advantage for him
Jonathan to fight politically this type of men.
Mr. Boyd declared that this state
ment expresses his own personal
views, and does not advise other
Republicans as to what course they
' He added thai he will "always
stand by the-churches and all the
elements thai go for the better
ment of Haywood County." regard
less of the outcome of the elec
tions. He expressed his support for
better schools, roads and other im
provements, regardless of who is
In his statement. Mr. Boyd de
(See Boyd Pajre 8
Former National VFW Com
mander Otis Brown of Greensboro,
discussed the international situa
tion last night at a Waynesvllle
VFW meeting here.
Approximately 80 members of
the local veterans' organization and
its auxiliary hoa-vi the address at
the Haywood County Court House.
Mr. Brown's speech followed a
dinner held In his honor at the
Towne House by the Waynesvllle
He is currently executive direc
tor of the North Curollna Depart -!
mont of the VFW.
I Mr. Brown also In his address,
discussed the Importance of all
! veterans belonging to some vet-
J Among those who attended the
session and the dinner were Cole
Cogburn of Canton, North Caro
lina VFW department vice-tom-mander,
and Mrs. Cole Cogburn,
president of the Canton VFW Aux
iliary; and Mrs. Marjoric Haynes.
representing the Asheville VFW
itF.t. JT. U. YOlJNTZ, pastor bC the First Methodist Churl-h, s
shown pulling the bell roe on'Tuesduy, as ehuich bells all" over
the' world rang in observance! of United j Nations Day. Bells
throughout Jlaywood were rung Tuesday. (Stall' Photo),
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14,840 Haywood Names
Put On Freedom Scrolls
24 To De
Twnty-four Hajwood -"ounty
men will report for Induction at
Charlotte on November 17.
They will be the first in tho
county to be drafted in approxi
mately two yearn, and the first
group ot draftee to leave for ser
vice since the Korean crisis began
At the same time, the Haywood
Selective Service board reported
today tt had been ordered lo send
25 more men for preliminary ex
aminations on November It.
This will make a total Of 1M
men from this county who will
have taken their pre-lndurtlon ex
amlnations since the first call rain
Only 38 so far have passed their
pre-inductlon physical and mental
The draft board last week also
reclassified 60 men. These Included
all those who failed their pre-in
duction examinations In Septem
ber and October.
They were classified as 4-F.
However, the group was not made
Up entirely of these men. The rest
were reclassified for other reasons.
The following have been order
ed to report for induction Novcm
James Athel C.illi'tt, Clyde;
Charles Steve Chambers, Waynes-
vllje; Billy Marlon Ferguson, C'jdc;
George Jerome Bradley, Waynes
vllle; Billy Eugene Smith. Canti n;
Charles Clifford Devlin, Canvon:
Joe Letch Worley, Canton; Edward
Truett Walker Medford. Way
nesvllle; Jack Gentry Brookshire,
Canton; Angus Worley, Canton; D.
C. Jenkins, Cove Creek; Hubert
Pressley, Canton; Enloe Floyd
Schuler, Balsam; Charles Andy
Ferguson, Clyde; . ,
Jack Douglas Hipps, Hazclwood;
Hugh Allen, Canton; Ishmael Worth
Parton. Hazel woodr'Nathanlel ljw-
fjCBtrtt 'Grady RMnw4-4ir-i
field, Canton; Herbwrt hugene in-
Conrad LevMis Boone, Waynes
vllle; Joe Francis Christopher,
Hazclwood; and Hardy Richard
To Show 35 Calves
"Thirty-five Haywood County 4-H j
Club and FFA calves are entered i
in the 1950 Western North Caro-,
Una Fat Slock, Show and Sale. j
The event will be held Novem- j
ber 1 and 2 at Bernard Walker To-1
bacco Warehouse (No. 2) in Bilt
more. Serving on the show's steering
committee are Counly Agent
Wayne Corpening and B. F. Nes
bitt, Crabtree-Iron Duff High
(See Haywood youth Page 8)
John L. Davis
Haywood almost went three to
one in the Crusade for Freedom
drive over the quota as 14,840 sig
natures were put on the scrolls, ac
cording to Jonathan Woody, gene
ral chairman. The quota assign
ed I lay wood was 5,400. v;,"
Voluntary contributions to the
campaign totaled 140 48, accord
ing to Mrs. Johnny Ferguson, who
served as treasurer for the cam
paign. Signatures from person.; in every
si ction of t lie coumy was obtained,
Mr. Woody said, and the i espouse
Aaron Provos! a rved as co-chair-j
man for this arci;. and A. .1. Ilut
chins -'as - co-chairman' for the Can
John L. Davis, 82, died at his
home here Wednesday after an ex
He was the son of Harris and
Margaret Keener Davis of Knox
County, Tenn., and had resided in
Waynesville for twenty-four years.
Until his retirement several years
ago, he wag connected with Hyatt
and Company. He was a member of
the First Baptist Church.
Funeral services will he con
ducted tomorrow at' 11 a.m. in the
First Baptist Church with the pas
tor, the Rev. Broadus E. Wall, of
ficiating. Burial will be in Green
Active pallbearers will be Mark
Galloway. David Felmet, James
White, Harry Sullivan. G. 1). Sher
rill. and Henry Foy. Honorary pall
(See John L. Davis Page 8 1
Haywood Folk At WNCAC Meeting In Canton
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p today and tonight. Warmer
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Churches Pledge Funds For
Junaluska Expansion Plan
Southeastern Methodist 'churches have pledged $291,616
toward the fund campaign for new buildings at the Lake
Junaluska Methodist Assembly.
This was reported recently by officials of the Southeast
er, TurUHirtion headquarters at'Atlanta, Ga.
The report- also said 90 fund-raising dinners had
scheduled throughout the area through May 1, 1951.
Thp ramDaien's objectives is $600,000.
The 1951 season at the Assembly will open June 5, and j
the summer agenda has already been completed.
This announcement was made by Dr. Embree H. Black'
ard of Asheville, chairman of the Assembly program com.
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Democrats To Hold First
Precinct Rally Friday
Among those representing Haywood at the WNCAC meeting in Canton Tuesday are shown here.
Standing. left to right: James L. Kilpatrick, president Waynesville Chamber of Commerce. Mrs. Gor
don Schenck, secretary, and Ross Caldwell, of Cherokee. Seated, left to right: VV. B. Harrell, of
WCTC; James E. Henderson, Canton; Mrs. Edith P. Alley, secretary WNC Tourist Association,
Havwood Count's Democrats!
will launch their pre-C.enerai Elec-i
; I ion campaign tomorrow. ;
j The first ot series oi precinct
I rallies will be held at (he Cruso ;
j School on that day. i
i The featured speakers will in-"
i elude Attorney John M. Queen and
I Judge Felix Alley.
1 The second rail" is scheduled for
Wednesday tor Jonathan Creek,
i: Maggie, and Ivy Hill townships. .
! The headline speakers will be
! led by Senator Clvde K Hory. who
, will appear twice on November 4th.
together with Representative - Red
i den. also Secretarv of State Thad
i F.ure, Solicitor That! Bryson. form
! er Solicitor John M Queen, Judge
Felix E. Alley and Judge Sam
Chairman McCrary said today
"this is just a impressive a list of
speakers as any county will have
have during the campaign. We are
well organized,-and are going out
after a big majority on the sev
enth.'' he commented.
will address a rally at the Canton
High School, with Judie Sam
Cathey going to the Crabtree
(See Dcmocrats-r-Page 8)
Injured .... 27
Killed .. . . 6
(Tb.li Information com
piled from Records of
SUta HUhwty ratrol)
...72 53 .10 He said the' principal n'ew feature wnicn nas.Dcen aaacaj. WCTC; James E. Henderson, Canton; Mrs. Lditn v. Alley, secretary winu lourist Association, .,, f)n ThurS(llv N(,v v, fhad Eurc'l bw -. Ptro
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Saturday Is The Last Day To Register For The Coming General Election