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delights
Of The
I News
r
ng Brightness
h-n said that Justice is
L trine the saving up"t0"
be Justice is blind
vtozingly clean and pol
io! the Court House.
;"oSome people who have
t o( time going in . and
t trout doors, this is the
they have been cleaned
Cm thing that might
F .. with a guilty
Lthat snioom suunnis
I periea i)ioiv
Of Climbing
-imh The Highest Mount-
l meant a new high peak
L and theatre-going for
list week.
Uissie. owner of the t he-
id that all records were
Luring the 3-day showing
tture. People were turned
kirh orompted Mr- Massle
tk the film for an early
showing. : :
. had a picture that at-
such attention for three
kning, he said, "tven
jth The Wind' was not in
i," he pointed out.
r. Masbie chuckled, and
think lots more of mount-
Jbing than ever.
The W a yn
ESYILLE M
TAINEER
-
I'ublished Twice-A-Week In The County Seat of Haywood County At The Eastern Entrance Of The Great Smoky Mountains National Park ;
TODAY'S SMILE
Real estate salesman (show
ing house idjoininr airport as
planes mom overhead): "An
other desirable thin about
this bouse is that when jour
wife bawls you out you can't
hear her,"
66th YEAR NO. 29 8PAGES Associated Press
WAYNESMLLi; N. MONDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 9, 1951
$3.00 In Advance In Haywood and Jackson Countia
Records Shattered As
.)- . ...
s Blood Given
261 Pint
te Wasn't
G. Allen was taken into
i . . j
irv ciud ncre r naay as a
tuber- Dr. Allen, Is super
l of Lake Junaluska Ast
and all other superintend-
Ie also been members of
club.
ificlal welcome was hand-
ov. M R. Williamson, mem-
the membership committee,
Williamson always makes
ksive induction of a new
into the club. As he began
k- Allen some of the merits
v, someone iri the back,
bid: "Bet he swears him in
isbyterian."
Gifts Deluge Leukemia Victim
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Gets Enemy Plane
c
Merger Bill" R
atined
W. ft
Four-year-old David Marley lies among his toys in his home at
Lenoir, and reads mail from persons who have read in the news
papers that he is suffering with leukemia. Letters and gifts have
ipoured in from all parts of the state. AP Photo).
bling 'Round"
icago
IMwntaitier - and flraneewf'
Fraiier are feeling quite
f learn that they are being
Id quoted in the Big Town
iiinday. April 1, edition of
Jtaso Tribune, in its Com
Prom Weekly Newspapers
Imerica's Main Street." in-
an excerpt from Mrs.
column, "Rambling
in The Mountaineer,
quoted article Mrs. Fraz-
her readers how a walk to
I office lifted her spirits
! depths of the doldrums to
Ms of appreciation for the
ess and comradeship of
v cmezns- A minute's chat
f Pie whom she hd not seen
f time; a smiling hello from
vy, a glimpse into a shop
onmming over with those
'omen love, the warm sun
flting down on her bare
nt a glowing feeling of deep
!e to a kindlv
1 these things possible. And
Hgestion was that, if it
lnt"fere with the work in
pv down your burden and
pk walk, you'll come back
person.
M'Ppine. from tho Trihunp
to Mrs. Guy Massie by her
f"s "ay ciine of Dixon.
Htherwisp Mrs Frazier
Ft have learned of .the wide
r ner readers.
rrazier is fnmmnii t
"unia n v Puzo" i 4k
fe Citizen this morning for
fers Will Meet
v'en Thursday
"alood Boosters Club
'nursdav ninM .1 !,
- r,DvtPnan church for
r- monthly supper meet-
.,"'"vv SiarTC t canon
-m Lane is president.
iorLStartsJuesday
On Lake Apartments
BULLETIN
Work is scheduled to begin Tuesday morning on the $100,000
apartment house of 22 units at Lake Junaluska. Clearance for con
struction was granted since noon by the Production Board, and Dr.
Elmer Clark, chairman of the building and grounds committee of the
Assembly told The Mountaineer work was to start Tuesday morning.
Edwin Jones, of the J. A. Jones Construction Company said a crew
of men would be on hand to gel construction Underway.1
The new apartment will be similar in design to the units built
last spring.
So popular are the units, thai they have all been reserved for the
entire season, according to Dr. II. i. Allen, superintendent ol the As
sembly.
W7
sther V ;
UrrnMllnv
P. April O-Fair and mild
ucsaav
generally fair
Max
59
65
61
2 '
Min. Rainfall
28
33 '
35 .11
42' .31
Community Develop
ment Members Set Up
New High Record
Here Saturday
"The most blood collected in one
day" is the 261 pints received in
Saturday's Community Develop
ment blood drive, according to Col.
F. S. Wright, Col. Wright, who is
administrator of the Ashevilhj Re
ginonal Blood Center, explains that
this is the largest amount drawn by
the Mobile Unit in any one day's
operation since the opening of the
center.
A total of 296 residents of 24
Haywood communities appeared at
the courthouse In Waynesville ir
at the Bethel School to contribute
a net of 261 pints of blood. Col.
Wright said that the previous rec
ord of Bloodmobile collection was
253 pints in Klngsport, Tenn. The
largest amount in Western Caro
lina had been th 229 pints given
at Enka.
Colonel Wright praised the cfTi.
cient organliation of the inve f.n
the twin collection centers, describ
ing it as "the best set-up he had
seen." All chairmen of the var
ious communities were members of
the committee arranging the day,
with Mrs. C. O. Newell, county
rh.i'rman, hi i h.trge.
At the courtl-iiuse, the Waynes-
vlllu G) t..ntl' worked under the
direction ol Mrs. Charles Hay. The
medical staff, alternating under the
direction of Dr. Stuart Roberson,
were Drs. R. H- Stretcher, Tom
Strlngfleld, and J. E. Fender. Mrs.
J. C. McDarris is Executive Secre
tary of the Haywood chapter.
At Bethel, the Canton Grey Lad
ies handled the various details,
under Mrs. J. II. Moore- Dr. J. L.
Reeves was in charge of the phy
sicians Drs. Joe Bob Westmore
land, Roy II. Moore and Hugh
Archie Matthews. Mrs. Helen T.
Pressley is Canton's Executive Sec
retary.
Participating communities and
the number of their donors are:
Lake Junaluska 10, Lower Crab
tree 19, Fines Creek (i. Panther
Creek 2, Upper Crabtree 17, Sau
nook 4. Aliens Creek 11. RatclilTe
Cove 9, White Oak 5, Dell wood 8, Van Wells is acquiring A rcpula
Jonathan Creek 5, Iron Duff 14. linn of being one of the best poul-
Francis Cove 13, Center Pigeon j trytnen in a wide area The Hay
28, West Pigeon 24. Fast Pigeon j wood man just put out lo farmers,
15. Cruso lfl, Morning Star 10, through a hatchery connection.
Hominy 3, Thickety i, Stamey Cove' over 5,000 pullets for hatching egg
By Assembly Friday
; ; 11 11 i. :
LT. JAMES WEST on Saturday
shot a Russian jet plane down
over Korea,
Haywood
Man Makes
Record In
Aviation
Lt. James West made headlines
over America this pavt week-end,
as an account of shooting down a
Russian-Made jet over Korea. LI.
West is I he son of Mr and Mrs.
Walter West, of ('anion route two.
Some of the details of his interest
in aviation, as published in The
Mountaineer several weeks ago,
were used In the general story used
over the nation The Associated
Press story about his success in
battle over Korea is as tollows;
A 22-year-old Canton Air Fe-rce
lieutenant, who was bitten by the
flying bug while he was .still in
high school, was credited web pos
sible destruction of the Russian-
made jet over Korea today.
Lt. .lames L West, son of
(See Lt. West Pace R)
Conference Committee
To Report On Education
Board Size Wednesday
A General Assembly Conference Committee will probably report
Wednesday oh Haywood's Board of Education. The 5-man committee
three from the House, and two from the Senate, were named last
week to make a report on the measure which had hit a snag In the
General Assembly. s
Hep. Oral L. Yates is asking that two additional men be named
to the county board of education, making it a 5-man board, but Sen
ator William Medford Is asking that the 3-man board as elected last
year serve this term, and in the next election, a 5-man Ixiard be
elected.
Since both Legislators from Haywood could not agree, the con
ference confmittee was named.
The General Assembly will abide by the report as made by this
committee.
Mr
Bill Proposed Five - Han
Board 01 Education For
Next Election; 5 Districts
Bill Became Law With
Signatures Of Two
Presiding Officers
The General Assembly ratified
the bill to consolidate WaynesvUUs
and Hazclwood on Friday,
Senator William Medford told
The Mountaineer over long dis
tance this morning that the bill
was ratified Friday as the two pre
siding officers placed thetr slgna
tures to the document.
The bill specifies fifteen days for
citizens of cither, or both towns, to
file a petition with the town board
asking for an election on the mer
ger. The petition must bear the
signatures of 15 per cent of the
qualified voters of the town, the
bill specifies.
Under the provision of the bill,
the 15-day limit would be up on
April 21st.
Tho bill specifies that the board
of aldermen have five days, exclu
sive of Sundays, In which to act.
and call such an election, provided
the petitions are found correct.
An election, If so ordered, would
be held under the Jurisdiction of
the town board within 32 days.
Wells Flock Is
Termed A-l; Many
Pullets Sold Here
3, Cecil 1
Clyde 6.
South Clyde 11. Norl
Local Concert . Band To
Defend Their State Title
Fifty members of the Waynes
ville high concert band left this
morning for the annual state con
tests in Greensboro. The band will
defend their 1950 title shared with
two other bands of a rating of sup
erior i" group six the highest
grouping in the state.
A stern warning was issued to-; xhe band will play in competi-
day by Bradford Mehaffey, plumb- tj()n Tuesday afternoon against
ing and heating inspector, that all , Greensboro and Lenoir. The final
such work requires a permit, and decision is scheduled to be an-
inspection within the town of Way-1 nounced about six o'clock
nesville.
Warning Issued
For Permits On
Plumbing-Heating
Yates Takes Lead
In Killing Milk
Regulation Bill
The General Assembly will in alt 0,. ,niod of some (1,000 birds
probability adjourn late Saturday (u, vvj) km, thi-m for nine.
production
The specialist who checked the
birds before putting I hem out to
the fanners said it was the best
flock he had seen in a long time.
Of the li.000 originally received s I flv Wl)()(
day-old chicks. Mr. Wells has ..!( j
graded as A t. which is considered
far above I lie average
Later this week he Is lo get an
Home And Farm
Pictorial Section
Has Been Delayed!
The Mountaineer Home and
Farm pictorial pages, which usually
appear on Monday, will not be pub
lished today. The staff hopes to
return to the schedule next week
The operator of the engraving
tbaclne was ill; with, "fl' iasl
week" and 'unable 'lo finluli "making
the plates for the pictures.
An unusually large number of
pictures .is -planned for the next
Home and Farm section -Next
Monday.
No Bonding Firm
Has Put Up $1000
As Law Requires
Not a single bonding company
has put up the $1,000 cash bond
with the Clerk of Court as requir
ed under a new law just passed for
night, according to Kep. oral
Yates, here for the week-end. He
said things were pointing to ad
journment in spite of a heavy in
flux of local bills during the past
few days.
His state-wide bill entitled an
act for the protection and advance
ment of the sheep raising, poultry
and .livestock industry in North
Carolina, and creating the office of
county dog warden is in the Sen
ate, and is expected to be ratified
prior to adjounment.
All his bills have cleared the
House and are now in senate committees.
Rep. Yates said one of the pieces
Tnpsdav morning 40 members of! of legislation of which he was ex-
.. .. ... I.k- cfcr.nl nhnrus will eo loitrcmely proud, was his vote which
Inspector Mehaffey set lorth me, .1. " -hTl vni,.d a hill ,
toot that all such work must oe
designed to regulate
faci urn au sucn - " " , ni h j noncompetitive, and control the price, and sales
done according to the- P lum bmg j mie est(1 wre old arcl of milK in North Carolina.
and heating cc.ac ana pc. sums .... t was , Ashe-, The measure went to a conference
ing to comply with this were sub ; n ncsviIp won the cov- committee, and Rep. Yates cast
ject to the penalties of fines. Clinf,rir The com- the deciding vote to kill the mtas-
. r'f.l I n""' .,.
Permits are necessary ir n . ,linpH choruses of the state win Ure.
weeks, and then, they will tin (ill
to fanners. () the next brood
every one has already been sold to
Haywood farmers.
Slightly more than half of the
last brood were kept here. ai.! I In
others went to Jackson cou'lly. the
records show.
. Mr. Wells is now averaging about
four broods a year, of fi.000 each.
Hugh Rogers Is
Co-Chairman
Of Polio Work
J It. Siler, clerk of courl, said
that four bonding companies han
dle the greater part of the busi
ness here, and thai as of noon to
day none had put up the required
cash which will enable them to do
business iii Haywood.
The new law became effective
April ,rlh, Mr. Siler .said.
Haywood will have a 5-man
board of education after next elec
tion, provided a bill now in the
General Assembly is made Into a
law A bill providing for the nomi
nal ion of a five-man board he gin
ning in 1052 was introduced Satur
day by Senator William Medford.
The bill has the full approval of
Hep. Oral L. Yates, and is expected
to be enacted without opposition.
Members of the board would
come from live districts, which
are-defined in the measure.
Medford said the proposal has
the rtippnrt f"'he Democratic -eculive
Committee in Haywood
County
Kaeh of the following districts
would be entitled to one member:
No. I, Way nesville. Ivy Hill and
Jonathan Creek Townships; No. 2,
Pigeon Fast Fol k and Cecil Town
ships; No :i Clyde Township; No.
4, Crabtree and Iron Duff Town
ships; No 5 Fines Creek, White
Oak and Cataloochee Townships.
Heaverdam Township Is exclud
ed, the bill states, because It is
contained in a fit y administrative
unit with its own hoard of educa
tion In the 1952 primary, the candi
date receiving the highest number
of voles would he nominated for
two years, the two receiving the
next highest number for four
years and the othe rlwo for two
years. Thei caller, nominees Would
be named for six-year terms.
Nominees would be elected by
county-wide vote, with the candi
date trom each district receiving
the highest number of voles win
ning the nomination in his district.
The board would continue to be ap-
pointed by the General Assembly.
The measure was referred to the
education committee.
FEE BILL PASSED
ASSEMBLY SATURDAY
A bill to Increase the fees of the
Register of Deeds and Clerk of
Court of Haywood county, parsed
the Assembly on Saturday The
new fees are In keeping with those
charged In other counties, It was
said.
SENATOR MEDFORD
V.f.TA YATES' SHEEP
AND DOG BILL APPROVED
Senator Medford got a favorable
approval of Rep Yates' stale-wide
bill which .would permit ounty
commissioners to appoint a dog
warden for the protection of sheep
and poultry raisers
The senate finance committee
made a motion against the bill
which had been passed by the
house. Senator Medford explained
In detail the necessity, and impor
tance of the bill to farmers in this
part of the state who were interest
ed in raising sheep and poultry
The committee listened intently to
Senator Medford. as he told his
fellow-senators the bill was a per
missive measqre. Alter his ex
planation, the committee stamped
"favorably approved" on the docu
ment and it is now well on the way
for ratification.
Italhbone, Plemmons
Moon Just Right
Few Arrested
Officers reported an exceptional-. Enlist In Navy
ly quiet week-end. Mieriu Hen
Campbell said four persons were
l(wtin.l in i;iil iinrl fill. Prtlrlijinl .
Smith of the Highway Patrol said j V-iuglm Kathbone soli of
ivir and ivns riaymonu luiiiiiiiiiir
of Clvde. Route 1: and A. J. Plem-
SENATOK SEES
SATURDAY ADJOURNMENT
Senator Medford predicted the
General Assembly would end some
time this week-end He spent the
past week-end in Raleigh, and be
lieves that this week-end will See
the end of the 1951 session.
Two more Haywood men have
1 enlisted in the US Navy. They are
Hugh Rogers has been named
co-chairman of Haywood . Count v
Infantile Paralysis Foundation.
Mr. Rogers succeeds David nyau
'everything was quiet." Only a
lender-scraping episode marred an
new Jobs, as well as repairs, and re-; g.,, a concert on Thursday, with
modeling of plumbing ana neaung Dand will, return on weanesaay,
systems, he said.
A number of Haywood dairymen
went to Raleigh in the interest of
the measure, and were warm in
their praise of the work of Rep.
otherwise perfect week-end on the "' s"" " ana v,,s- u"
highways Plemmons ol Waynesville, Route 2.
The moon must be. just right,"; ''lh men have been assigned to
(.marked one officer, as he re-;""' b's Nav"1 Training Center at
who has served in Hie capacity for j erred to Patrolman Joe Merrills an wiexo. v.am.. im in um
the past four wars belief Ihat the number of arrests ing. They hone lo attend Naval
Mr. Rogers will serve with Heck- rises and falls with -de different school on completion of this train
man Huger of Canton, in taking phases of the moon. i"
care of the program of year-round
The hand was accompanied by
rhariek Islcv. director and Robert
Campbell assistant director. ThejYatcs in helping kill the bill.
band wil return on Wednesday, and
and the chorus on Friday. The
groups traveled in Trailway buses.
Rabies Clinic Set
For Next Week
The annual Rabies Clinic will,
be held throughout the county be
ginning Monday, April 16. The
rlinlr 1c hpaded by Dr. A. B.
the chil-i Commerce
J ' "; ;s will be for the regular monthly meeting
mvu " a":':"""' 7 "u n. Frimrt. ores dent, said a
glTUII IIOII"
Directors Of Chamber
Of Commerce To Meet
Farm Agent Issues
Apple Information
Srah sDores are mature on the
nt J InaeOD In t h 1 flfPfl AC I
catering to infantile paralysis (
victims. 1
In his capacity as chairman. Mr. j
Hyalt also served as gcneial chair-1
man one year in the annual March i
of Dimes.
14 Men To Answer
Call To Service
From Here 23rd
clinics will be held
Thes vaccinations are good for
one year.
Beginning July 1, the new coun
ty dog warden will have the auth
ority to dispose of all nonvaccin
ated dogs. Owners are advised to
have their dogs vaccinated at the
clinic at a special rate of $1. Any
one missing the clinic may bring
his dog to Dr. Riegg's animal hos
pital. '
The directors of the Chamber of e Selective Service Board
wil meet Tuesday nigm r':, ',i,,P.4announa lnl namo '
ineiii.iiis..i....i IT who will leave for induction on
Scab iniecuon may occur any u..,e rf , a( 8 . a m Tne
hat nine to twelve hours of con- '. . , ,u r-.,ri
number of matters relative to the
community-wide program would be
discussed, with various committees
reporting.
HALLETT WARD AT
BOWMAN GRAY HOSPITAL
H. S. Ward, a Lake Junaluska
merchant, is a patient at Bowman
Gray Hospital in Winston-Salem.
He has been ill for several weeks,
I suffering from a back ailment.
that nine to twelve
linuous weu.iiK House- in Waynesville
menaen mai iungitiues uc
(see Special Circular No. 6, page
7). ,
"Growers who applied the delay
erf dormant sprays but no dormant
-j-.i i m 'if fit nnliiHe i
fre""vroU i. " v., thy Marcelle Gibson
"r"."'., r."." , I:;.... h' wood Best. John Edward Griffin.
noo .ih n! Charles Herman
The men
are: Edwin Flowers. Noah Putnam,
Kyle Caldwell. Ray Latherwood.
Medford Noland. William Fred
Ledford, William Billy Russell,
Garland Russell Saunders, Timo-
Billy Hay-
Holder, John
watch for mTtes (page 10, Circular Henry Jol.ey, and Jim Frank San-
1UI U.
No. 6).
Haywood Schools Make
Good Showing At WCTC
i . .... ...
! Waynesville High piled up 145 Moody. 3rd; Declamation Clark
points to receive the third-place liinkley. 1st.
trophy at the fifth annual Western Civics Sylvia Newell. 1st: Cur-
Carolina High School Field Day rent Allans Betty Felmet, 2nd;
in Cullowhee Friday. Canton took Spanish Ann Elizabeth Green,
first prize with 192 points; and 2nd; Latin readings-Doris Cole,
Franklin second with 175. . 1st: Elementary Algebra Florrie
Waynesville students took a Patrick. 2nd; Plane Geometry J.
number of firsts in the various D. Stanley. 2nd; General Science
categories, and one student. Julia . Robert Noel Hale, 1st; Physics
Ann Calhoun, reaped first, second, j Malcolm Williamson, Jr., 2nd; Gcn
and third places in the category i eral Sciqnce Survey for Seniors
of Sculpturing in soap and woods. 1 James N. Swift, 3rd: Individual
Among the other winners were: 1 Sciepce exhibit Arnold Hannah,
Industrial art J. D. Green, 2nd; 2nd.
Plastic materials Julia Ann Cal- Tuba J. D. Stanley. 1st; Girls'
houn, 2nd; Model building iboatsi j tio 1st: Nancy Kerley, Margaret
Robert Luther, 2nd; Business j Leatherwood, Ann Comau Craw
education Elizabeth Jenkins. 2nd; ; ford; Buys' quartet 1st: Hipps,
English literature Margaret J Calhoun, Matney, Hoglen; Soprano
Reese, 3rd; Mechanics of English ! solo Mary Jane Rogers, 2nd; Ten-
Joyce Carter, 2nd; Essay Charl- ior solo Johnny Green, 1st; Bari-
1 ton Davis, 3rd; Spelling Eugene ( (See Haywood Schools Pane 8)
Cell Reserved
For Ramp Eaters
Going To Jail
Tho problem or the ramp-eating
season has been solved by Sheriff
Fred Campbell.
He ha's decided that all persons
lodged in jail who have be on eating
ramps will be put in the cell re
served for drunks "there they
can't smell anything anyway." he
said.
Deputy Carl Setzer recalled ar
resting a visitor last year, who had
eaten too many ramps, and drank
too much white liquor '-'Now -talking
about a mess, but'that was it
a drunk woman, full of ramps and
liquor; that was some odor," he
recalled - -
Highway
- Record For
1951
In Haywood
(To Date)
Killed . . . . 0
Injured.. 9
(This Information
piled from Records
State Hishway Patrol)
    

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