'A Man Alone'
Of Old West
Kay ?filUnd come* to the screen
of the Strand Theatre Sunday In
Republic's "A Man Alone," a
tense and thrilling drama of the
old West which presents this fine
actor In a radical departure from
his recent film characterisations
but one well-calculated to grip and
hold the Interest of all audiences.
Co-starring with Milland in this
top-budgeted production which al
so marks the renowned actor's de
but as a director, are two other
big names. Mary Murphy and
Ward Bond In featured roles is a
long and impressive list of talent
ed artists headed by Raymond
Burr, Arthur Space, Lee Van
Cleef and Alan'Hale.
Filmed In Trucnlor amidst the
majestic splendor of western Utah,
"A Man Alone" la a strong story
Of dynamic emotion and physical
violence; mass hysteria, lynch
mobs and, above all. a consuming
love that burns into s rugged
Sent To U. S. Senate
The names of fwo Haywood
County postmaster*. Clarence W.
Burrell, Canton, and Enos Boyd of
Waynesvitie, are among the ten
Western North Carolinians, whose
names are listed among the post
masters nominations now before
the United States Senate The
nominations were sent to the Sen
ate the latter part pf the week
by President Elsenhower
Sit ANTHONY (DIN, British
Prime Minister, Is shown before
? microphone in Washington as
he announced that he was "quite
sure" that bis conferences with
President Elsenhower "will
make a positive contribution to
To Congress For
Change In Rules
By Bil l. WHITI.EY
RADIO. Small radio atations arc
on the brink of a fight for their
Daytime radio stattona. for yeari
operating under .a tremendous
handicap, are making a move to
have Congress look Into the whole
problem of how and why they can
not have stabilized operating hours.
Under present FC'C regulations,
daytime stations are permitted to
broadcast only during the hours
between sunrise and sunset. In
the summer months, that means
between about 6 a.m. and 0 p.m. |
and in the winter months, about
two or three hours less each day
REASON. The reason for this Is j
an old agreement with Mexico that 1
U. S. stations would not use six
channels during nightime hours.
It Is an agreement that the small
stations want terminated, but In
past years, the FCC has refused
In order to give the matter an
airing, the small stations are ask
ing Congiess to hold hearings on
the issue and And out the hows and
t whys of the ECC's attitude.
VIEWPOINT This ought to
be a first-class candidate for the
statement-of-the-week, or some
thing equalty dignified
t Secretary of Agriculture Benson
said on Ed Burrow's special TV
farm show last week that it is
"demagoguery of the worst sort"
to say that the small farmer is be
ing squeezed out of business.
It depends on how you look at
It?or maybe on what Mr Benson
means by "squeezed." Or. maybe,
he might just say he didn't say it.
It just depends I
HUMOR. There is absolutely no
foundation for a nasty rumor that's
been going around Washington
lately The Democrats say it's
nothing but "dirty politics" in all
the reports that they'll nominate
Ben Hogan for President if Ike
dtcl^es to rtin again.
News Events Of
An executive meeting of tbe
Brotherhood of Oak Grove Church
will be held at the home of How
ard Dotson Friday at 7 p.m The
regular meeting of the Brother
hood will be Monday night at the
church at 7 o'clock
Mr. and Mra. Tom Jimiaon and
children vieited relative* at Mur
Mra. Lizzie Tate of Lake Juna
luaka. who ha* been 111 at the
home of a daughter in Buffalo,
S. C., has returned to Wayneaville
to be with her daughter, Mr*. Taft
Matney and family. She is much
improved and wai able to visit
her aister, Mrs. T. G. Murray and
family during the week
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Ford and
Mrs. Max Yarborough and baby,
spent Wednesday with their
daughter and sister, Mrs. Spencer
Walker, at Brevard.
The Girl's Auxiliary of Oak
Grove Church held the regular
meeting Tuesday night at the
home of Barbara and Linda Harris.
Twelve members were present.
Mrs. T. G. Murray observed her
75th birthday Feb. 2 Familiarly
known Is "Aunt Rachel", she will
MATADOR ON GUARD IN EUROPE
MRSONNfl of ? pllotless bomber squadron prepare to simulate the
launching of a United State* Air Tore* Matador In a secluded
thicket In the shadow of the Iron Curtain somewhere In Europe.
The launcher Is on a trailer. The Matador travels at near-sonl*
?peed and turns Its nose downward over the target. (International)
be remembered by a host of
friends who wish for her many
happy years ahead. An ardent
gardener, she is already making
plans for another "bumper crop
Friends of Mrs J. R. Clark will
regret to learn that she is quite
ill in the Haywood County Hospit
al She was admitted to the hos
pital late Monday, suffering from j
Miss Janie Featherston return- I
ed to Durham Wednesday after
spending a few days at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Jarrett William
Morris Haney, Nicky William
son. and Jimmy Williamson, stu
dents at N. C. State College, re
turned to Raleigh Wednesday af
ter spending a few days between
semesters, with home folk. Mrs.
Jimmy Williamson and children
are residing in Raleigh, and were
with the students here.
Miss Jewel Williamson who has
been on the staff at Watts Hospit
al In Durham since her graduation
from that institution laRt summer.
Junaluska Man Given
An Army Promotion
FORT HUCKER. Ala. ? Reuben
W. Adams, son of Mr. and Mrs.
R. P. Adams of Lake Junaluska.
has recently been promoted to the
rank of Specialist Third Class. He
is stationed here with Tank Com
pany of the 331st Regimental
Specialist Adams entered the
Army in October. 1954 and com
pleted basic training at Fort
Jackson. S. C. Befoie his assign
ment here with the Combat Team
he graduated from the^ Armored
School at Fort Knox, K.v.
has returned home, and resumed
a position at the Haywood County
Hospital this week.
Dr. L. B. Hayes, pastor of the
Bethel Methodist Church, will fill
the pulpit at Rockwood Chruch
Sunday at 7 p.m. The pastor of
the church, the Rev. L. B. George,
is expected to return to the work
about February 15th.
The Caspian Sea is the largest
inland body of water in 4hc world.
Attendance Gains Shown
By Methodists In District
Attendance at Methodist church
es throughout the district showed
increases and a substantial gain
in interest (or the second week.
Frank Smatters. District Super
intendent, reported today.
The report showed that based on
membership, the following church
es led the 94 in the district?over
100 per cent membership present
? Hayesville, Cullowhee and Cher
okee. Above 80 per cent. High
lands, Cashiers, Robbinsville. with
the next three highest beipn Fran
cis Cove, Snow Hill, lotla and Cen
Ihe church school attendance,
over 100 per cent, was Cherokee,
with those above 83 per cent being
Hayesville and Franklin circuit,
with Hryson City, Robbinsville and
Cul'uwnee above 65 per cent.
Prayer ? service rated Cherokee.
Crabtree, Snow Hill and Iotla.
The Sunday evening Fellowship
service, rating 100 per cent, were:
Robbinsville, Hayesville. Highlands,
Reports are received weekly by
District Director A. L. Maxwell,
pastor of First Church, Murphy
and relaypd to the District Super
intendent F. C. Smathers.
The second phase of the "Evan
gelistic Mission" now engaged in
by this District will begin on Feb
ruary 10th. This phase includes
emphasis on attendance but begins
a period of viistation evangelism
which continues to Easter. During
this period reports from all church
BUTTE, Mont. (AP> ? Gertrude ?
Reichler, Butte youngster, ha*
found that being a Good Samari
tan can be costly. She told P^iee
that her purse containing $5 was
missing after she helped an old
lady crow a street.
es on membership cultivation and
gains will be sent to the District
Superintendent who will report
weekly to the Conference Director
of Evangelism. The present em
phasis on attendance and member
ship-gain is observed by all of
Methodism In the United States.
The ministers at meetings held
in the Waynesville District this
week expressed delight in the re
sults observed in their churches.
Ministers in Canton reported an
interdenominational youth meet
ing on last Sunday night at Central
Methodist Church with over two
hundred youth present.
THURSDAY, FEB. 2
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Cartoon and Chapter 14 of
"ADV. OF CAPT. AFRICA"
FRIDAY. FEB. 3
SATURDAY., FEa 4
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SUNDAY. FEB. 5
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Sun.? Mon.-Tues. Feb. 5-6-7
LAST TIME TODAY
THURSDAY, FEB. 2
FRIDAY. FED. S
"THE BIG BLUFF"
ABBOTT and COSTELLO
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Selected Short Subjecta
SATURDAY. FEB. 3
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Repeat Showing of
ABBOTT and COSTELLO
SUN. & MON.,
FEB. & & 6
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Bent Movies Ever Filmed?
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"THE TRAIL OF
FRED MacMI RRAY
SYLVIA SIDNEY ?
WE HAVE INSTALLED A
NEW FURNACE A*JD
YOU WILL FIND THE
ABLE IN ANY WEATHER.
MR. FARMER ...
LET US FILL YOUR
A. S. C. ORDERS
WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF
ALL TYPES OF FIELD SEEDS . . .
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I This week! The low price is
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IF YOU ACT NOW, YOU CAN CUT YOUR FIRST COST
STILL MORE. RECORD MERCURY SALES ARE NOW PER
MITTING US TO OFFER UNUSUALLY HIGH TRADE-IN
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? 15 glamorous new models, including a whole fleet of low
LOW-PRICE FIELD.* silhouette hardtops
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