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... . : WAYNESVILLE, N. C, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, NOV. 2, 1930 SJ.uu In Advance in Haywood and Jackson loumiq
65th YEAR NO. 88 20 PAGES Associated Press
.j.!ioc of owning dogs
Klmentto the siaie ouB .w
itJby.the General Assem-
Vates, the Democratic nomi
nate represemauve, uecu
,ntrarv to Impressions in
L.tinnC the new law would
L the license taxes now In
urrent rate is $1 a year for
i .j m vpr for females.
ana . . ,
proposed amenamenv manes
mpt to change
Lv night Hallowe'en two
had the misfortune
I ... halkv car. After one
mi . . . . . ..
(r' they proceeaea lowsra
onlv to have the car spit.
inH en dead.
L t nut and began to push
- . , ...
,W car down a nui, wnen
ins car. with several men,
li it was a Hallowe'en prank
itn jumped out of the pass-
Lr, and were in the act oi
kwhat looked like nrst-ciass
lism, when they learned two
swere in distress,
mm eave a helping hand.
If vehicle started, and even
that the two passengers got
s well that ends well even
Xr!"t"tFMM!"to3M ., Several State Officials
To Speak At Rallies
"w t y 1 1
?&v l-nri v"'s w ri
I 1 :i Yr - - ' I.
Inge of The Times
nf (he annual pranks on Hal
in is for someone to put a
For Sale" sign In front ot
the morning-after, this year,
mstomary sign was not , in
but in its stead, was a huge
irnucht in from the Soco Gap
which was used In advertising
leptile Farm. The 6 by 8 foot
ead: "See the 1000-Year-Old
VUle ponce unu miiiiucia wi mi- v".v.... t.
Object of Search
ive Mail Sent
you want to get your mail at
house or post office box,
have to tell folks where you
exactly. ' :
ivnesvilln Postmaster J. Har-
Blowell, Sr., gave this advice
communique from pis main
It headquarters today.
is a postal regulation," he ex-
lail scheduled for delivery by
'carrier has to have the street
house number, as well as the
and the town of the person
Jnom it is addressed,
you have a box at the post
r. tell your corespondents to
tne number of your box in
f suggested folks notify the
f water deoartment. telephone
3 ... ,
IPany, dairy people, insurance
le, and everybody else, so
11 hp ahlo tn oof thair hills
" vu v -
fered promptly about the first
Jack in the good old days when
nesvuies biggest traffic prob-
was thp hpara uihlnh Vont CPt-
in the wav of the horses and
fcics nn Main St i h mail
,1 .. . . . '
w'fui was simple.
the Dnstmactpi lrnau, Auorvhnfiv
1 " Min
1 nen the nonv exoerss came
"ice a month, he could Just lean
the Winrinur mil hnllov fnr thp
m ..... ,v . . u 1 1 v, uvuu a vy
f to come and get it.
m me town has grown quite a
V more than 8,000 people in
tnesVillp Sinna than
has grown far beyond Main
is Creek have joined the mun-
foner or later, everyone of
uiore-tnan-5,000 gets an an-
i a letter.
!iice the post office people don't
" cvtryooay in town any more
'heir first name, they often do
; Know avaMlu Jollvpr
rter that is addressed simply:
iepn Doaks. Waynesville.
i 5 '
Searchers Drag Lake Junaluska
For Farmer, Missing "Since Sunday
In Auto Accident
ZEB CAGLE is shown with his
wife" in the yard ot their home
last summer. Searchers are
dragging the bottom of Lake
Junaluska for his body. He has
been missing since Sunday aiter-
Zeb Cagle, 80,
Last Seen Walking
(Other pictures on page 8
It U I. I. E T I N
Shortly before noon today
Deputy Max Cochran and Lt.
Pacp of 1reHlsTieWefce"lJe.'
partnient, found tracks Into the
water, and several steps from
shore at a point about 25 feet
from where Zeb Cafle'g hat was
found Monday. The tracks,
under water, were clear, and a
thoroueh search did not show
any tracks corning out of the
water. It was from this point
that the search was being con
centrated. The search for Zeb Cagle, 80-ycar-old
Dell wood farmer, last
seen at midnight Sunday, focussed
on Lake Junaluska this morning.
Asheville firemen with special
grappling equipment, assisted by
deputies of the Haywood County
Sheriffs Department, started drag
ging the bottom of the lake again.
The dragging operations started
yesterday when a woman found
Mr and Mrs. Richard Kieeg of
rrll M V nurpntc nf Hi A
IdlliltdM, 11. ., ' ..wL M.uj ........ u ...... . -
R. Riegg of Hazelwood. were injur- j j;at. later identuied as the missing
ed late Tuesday morning when 1 man's, on the shore by a boathouse
their car left the highway near ! ,,n the Assembly grounds.
r.. .hii( V miles southeast nf ; Htiwever the work had to be dis-
Wavnesville. continued because the equipment
proved inadequate, and the sheriff'
(See CaRle Page 8)
Dr. Riegg's two-year-old son.
Bobbv, who was riding with them
on the sight-seeing trip, suffered a
Slate Hienwav rairoi vuif- .
Pritchard Smith repoHed the "uto.ifjjie Uent Pi
1949 Chevrolet two-door sedan, i .XT O A
struck a concrete abutment alter IJUan; llOW tC
In Hay wood
Haywood Elcclions Chairman
Crom E. Cole said today approxi
mately 18.000 of the county's vut
er haW1hetrflarmrtin" thphr pte
cinct registration books to date.
In the last registration period
preceeding the November 7 Gener
al Election, virtually all the new
registrations were made up of those
in ih flvp new Dreclncts where
registration was required.
In those precincts,. approximately
80 per cent of all the engmie vot
ers registered, he added,
He referred to East, Center, and
West Waynesvlll?, Pigeon and Cen
ter Pigeon, and Saunook, which si t
up after the summer runoff jyrl-
In the three Waynesvilla pre
cincts, he said, approximately 1 900
voters had registered.
In the two Pigeon precincts, the
new registration totalled 1,100,
and in Saunook, slightly more than
200 put their names In the book,
Wounds In Korea
Pfc Louis Sanderson of Ilasei
The lock has snapped closed on
the section of the rifuc Ridge Pork
way ,'f.nim Wagon Hoad Clap. The
last car allowed on the section was
noon Wednesday, as Hanger C. W.
'Sonne dosed llio gate until next
Since last May thousands of peo
ple have visited that area of the
Parkway off Highway No, 276.
The procedure of closing the sec
tion to the public is always done at
this time of year for two reasons
the danger of fire, and the fact that
the area Is in the heart-of the
Pisgah Game .preserve.
Milk Goes Up
leavinc the highway
Mrs. Riegg, who sullorerl nn
fractures, was reported in poor con
dition by Haywood County Hospital
The condition of Mr. Riegg. un
der treatment for a fractured leg.
was reported as fair. Attendants
said he showed improvement yes-
Mr. and Mrs. Riegg were vi.su
ing tijeir son and his wife at their
Hazelwood home this week.
GOING BACK TO FLORIDA
Lt. and .Mrs. "W. l"l'M'k
and two children, man 10 inum
to MacDiil Field, Fla!, on Monday,
after visiting friends and relatives
Frsday, November 2 Partly
Vnl and warm Thursday. Friday
r'y cloudy and cooler.
I'OfTicial Wavno.nio fomrmn.
5i 1 "-"'ucu oy tne siau vi
-ie lesi Farm):
)ate. ..... , ...
iiv ia. wim. riKKv,
Jobcr 30 79 46 -
Pober 31 79 41
fvemhs. 1 taA
Milk is up one cent a quart.
The m ice increase went Into ef
(Wf yesterday on milk sold in
Mores and delivered by distribut
The increase was uniform, bring
ing the price of Grade A pasteur
ipH in ilk to 24 cents a nuart.
The local office of Pet Dairy and
Hurein's Dairy informed their cus
tomers of the price increase early
1 hk week
The boost is in line with tha in
crease made inrougnoui mc west
ern section by the dairies.
1 Southern Dairies and BlltmoTi?
had previously announced their in
creases on Grade A pasteurized.
j the premium grades, and homo-
Hawvood County's Democrats
spotlight (heir campaign tonight
in Canton where North Carolina
Secretary of Slate Thad Eure will
address the rally of the six Bea
The series of rallies, which open,
ed last Friday in Cruso, will close
Monday night at Fines Creek
School where local candidates will
address the voters of Fines Creek
and White Oak.
A motorcade of the party's coun
ty officials, headed by Executive
Committee Chairman Charles 11.
McCrsry of Fines Creek, will meet
Mr. Eurt at the Uuncumbe county
line and escort him back to Cmitou.
At the town limits, he will lie
greated by another delegation with
the Canton High School band.
He'll ride in a parade to the Im
perial Hotel, rally headquarters,
prior to proceeding to the high
school auditorium for the meeting.
The biggest day of the campaign
will be Saturday when U. S. Sena
tor Clyde it. Hoey and Rep. Monroe
M, Redden will address the rallies
at Ihe Haywood County Court
House and at Helhel.
The Waynesville session is sched
uled for Saturday afternoon, open
ing at 3 p. m.
After dinner, the party will pro
ceed to the Hot hoi School where
the Senator and Congressman will
speak at the rlgeon Township rally
opening, at. 7:3U p m. v . -Tomorrow
at 7:30 p. m., Judge
Sam Cathey of Asheville, will ad
dress the voters of Crablree and
Iron Duff townships at the session
at Crabtrce-Iron Duff School.
County Democratic headquarters,
following the first rallies of the
campaign last Friday through ea ly
I his week, expressed optimism over
the spirit of party unity and en
thmsinsm shown throughout the
"If North Carolina goes as Hay
wood county will go," party lend
ers declared, "there will be a solid
stale vote right down the line on
i the entire ticket."
To Head Rotary District Meet Here-
I . I'V :J'
1)11. WALTER T. NAC. district governor of Rotary, from Hickory,
and Louis .S. Jacobson, of Dayton, Ohio, will headline the inter
city forum to be held here Monday afternoon and evening at the
Vote Of 8,500
Seen For County
Officials this week forecast the
Haywood County vole in Tues
day's General Election may run
as hint) as 8.300.
This would be a new record, or
close to It, for a mm-presidentlal
The 194H Dewey-Truman cam
paign drew 10.27O Haywood
County voters to the polls.
wood, who was wounded in action
n Korea, has returned to duty.
His mother, Mrs. Ila Sanderson,
received this information st
The soldier, who enlisted in Sep
tember 1948, had been overseas 17
months when he" was wounded dur
ing the fighting In Korea.
Mr and Mrs. Rufus Summerrow
left Monday for San Antonio, Tex-
...n, I 4klD
as, where iney win nyenu
week as guests of the latter s
nephews, John and Bob Hamilton.
8,832 Haywood Cars,
Trucks Registered By Oct. 1
Haywood County folks have 8,832 cars, trucks, and trail
That was the number on the registration books of the N,
C. Department of Motor Vehicles on October 1.
The report was made public this week by the Department.
Mecklenburg County was tops, with 64,126 motor vehic
Guilford was second with 62,278, and Wake third with
The total registration for the state' for the first nine
months of 1050 reached an all-time high of 1,124,411.
That is 140,000 motor vehicles greater than the registra
tion showed for the same period last year.
Clay County, with 849 vehicles registered, had the least
Buncombe was fifth highest, with 3,671 registered.
Forsyth stood fourth.
The mcmlHTs of Ihe Waynesville
American Legion Post and Its Aux
iliary at a called meeting last night
worked on plans for the local ob
servance of Armistice Day Novem
Legion Commander Milas Fer
guson said the program would fea
ture i parade, service, and the an
nual dinner at the Hazelwood
Officials continued work on ar
rangements to obtain the speaker
for the occasion.
The Rev. Hroadus Wall pac;lor of
the First Baptist church of Way
nesville. and veteran of World
Wars 1 and II. will preu'i the
mist ice Day sermon ,it 11 a. m. at
the Haywood County Court House.
The parade will start, at ".0:3,1
a in. at the First. Baptist church,
proceeding down Main Street to
Ihe Court House.
In it will be the 'Waynesvtlle
Gold Star Parents, members of the
Legion and the VFW and their
auxiliaries, the Nurse Corps, Way
nesville Heavy Tank Company of
the National Guard, and the Way
nesville High School band.
The annual dinner of the vet
erans" organizations and their aux
iliaries and guests will start at
7:30 p. m.
Of District To
Come Here Mon.
Rotarians from nine clubs iti
Western North Carolina w ill gather
here Monday, Nov. 6, for the Inter
city Forum, as conducted bv offi
cials of Rotary International.
Dr, Walter T. Nau, district gov
ernor of Hickory, will preside,
with the meetings being held In
the auditorium of the Hazelwood
School, and the dinner In the
school cafeteria at 6:15.
Richard barber, president of the
Wavnesville club, will extend the
welcome to visiting Rotarians. a;
the meeting formally gel. under
way at three o'clock. Registration
Is to begin at 2:45.
The frntirretT- TprnrT- rttl
Louis J Jacobson. of Dayton, Ohio.
A former president of his club; he
has been active in Roary -hieo
19:U. and has served in various
capacities in the International or
ganization. The discussions during the after
noon will include subjects such as
club service, vocational sen ire,
'community service, and climaxim',
with international service at the
dinner meeting. Outstanding speak
ers will handle each subject, Dr.
, Nau said.
The clubs to be represented h' i'O
include Andrews, Asheville, Bre
vard, Brysori City, Franklin, Hen
dersonville. Highlands, Sylva and
It! Officials To
Flection officials of HavWvl
County's 28 precincts will receive
their final instructions at a meet
ing at 2 p. m. Thursday for tho
Tuesday General Election.
The session was called I hi-' week
by Haywood Elections Board Chair
man Crom E. Cole.
He said part of the ballot blank i
will be dlstrit uted to the precinct
representatives at Hie meeting.
But not all of them will go out
on that day because of the volume
of the tickets.
New Superintendent of Junaluska Takes Over
Were Pretty Harmless
Bethel Boy's Hereford
Reserve Champion In Show
Tne baby beef, owned bv Ne.ilNcal placed s-'"''- . .
r lk Unlllrl 4-lf f 11 ' Was J1HyWOU COUIMJi JJia;i:l Kiv.,
Stamey of the Be. 4 .
crowned 'we trrn No-.h ty groups of home-raised animals
Sohna Fat S Show and S-lc , . The sale is scheduled to start at
.... in tii.
in Asheville. .. .... . ,,.,,1. tu nunod vnnth won their
B"iS,"Tthec n U, indm- honors In' the show that featured
first place m the cum tri f a.u .H
dual steers. . r .,, j! ,,- Farmers nf America boys
nf llewaill ' ay..'" " ; w.u.t
of Waynesville route 2 placed from throughout the western sec
thl j" Mp'dford Iron Duff 4-IL The entries included 33 owned,
Wei t0orpd hononrs for fitting by Haywood county youths. -
showmanship in the event, and.
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.... . 1 i ti- ,.er,r. Aiitaiinf in his Ki'Cie-
Dr H G Allen new-superintendent of Lane junaiusKa, is suuwu ... . " m
SrV M. Ben Phillips, a. they began work in the Assembly office Wednesday Dr Allen is former
ly of Wihston-Salem, and succeeds Dr. F. S. Love as superintendent. 'Strff Photo..
Waynesville's Halloween prank-;
sters got a pretty good mark for i
deportment from the Waynesville
Police Department. i
"There was no serious damage
reported, and very little of any;
Li.,,1 ' s:,ifl Police Chief Orvtlte'
! Noliiod Wednt'sdaj morning i
I One motori-t suddenly found t
hiniMif confronted by a "road
i hlock" ol logs and other Hems
! right in the middle of Pigeon
, St -vet.
But be crashed through it with
out serious results.
Police discovered another road
block made of poles and tourist!
court signs near Ihe Aliens Creek
But they removed it before it
caused anv casualties or damage.
Many home owners and town
workers had a considerable amount
of street -cleaning to do Wednes
The witches and demons had
dumped over several garbage cans
l into the midde of streets in several
sections of town.
Store and car windows through
out town were marked in the tradi
i But many local merchants report
ed that they had gotten off pretty
A heavy crush of traffic rem'm
scent of the height of the tourist
season, clogged Main Street early
in the evening.
(See Halloween Page 8
Injured .... 29
Killed . . . , 6
(Thl Information com
piled from Records of
Stat Highway Patrol)