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Sgt. William Arrington Florida Man Ends
Awarded 3rd Battle Star Lecture Series At
Staff Sergeant Wi.'liani G Ar
rington, of Waynesville, has re
cently been awarded his third bat
tle star, according to information
received from European headquar
ters of hi unit.
Sgt. Arlington has participated
in tne campaigns in Normandy,
Northern France and Germany.
He has previously been awarded
the Bronze Star and Combat In
He is attached to Company H,
119th Infantry, 30th Division.
on March 12, 1942, and was in
ducted at Fort Bragg and from
there sent to Camp Polk, La. Be
fore being sent overseas he was
further trained at Camp Coxcomb.
Calif., and Fort Benning, Ga., leav
ing from Camp Schanks. N. Y.
He served one year to '.he day
in the European theatre, being in
combat in France, Belgium, Hol
land and Germany. He was taken
prisoner on October 29, 1944. in
Holland and sent to a German
concentration camp. He lost 28
pounds during the months he spent
in prison, but in considering all
things he feels that he has been
mighty lucky. Being a private he
wa forced to work, which he
thinks saved his reason, for he
said if he had had nothing to do
he feels he would have gone crazy.
While his wife and parents heard
from him he did not receive any
mail from his family during the
entire period of his imprisonment.
At the time he entered the ser
vice he was engaged in farming
in this county. He is entitled to
wear the European theatre ribbon,
Good Conduct medal, and three
combat stars for major campaigns.
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No Plans Made
For A Program
Here On Fourth
Unless last-minute plans are
changed, there will be no for
mal program here for the
Fourth of July.
The post oflice. court house,
bank and governmental offices
w ili observe the day by closing.
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huriiigc nl sumir. Iiit vtui will always find us
our best, ami above all. producing the very host
I.K'im S h.ikcd jjoods.
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Sgt. F. Caldwell
Reports Back To
Tech. Sgt. Frank Caldwell, son
of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Caldwell,
of Jonathan Creek, will report
this week to Beattey General Hos
pital, after spending a thirty-day
furlough here with his family. Sgt.
Caldwell is receiving treatment for
wounds suffered on December 19.
1944, in Belgium. He returned to
the States in April after serving
ten months in the European thea
tre. Sgt. Caldwell entered the service
in March. 1942, and was inducted
at Fort Bragg and from there sent
1 10 uinp tooK, L-aiu., ana men 10
desert maneuvers in California
and later to Fort Benning, Ga.
He was sent overseas from Camp
Schanks, N. Y. He served in
France, Belgium, Holland and Ger
many. At the time he entered the ser
vice he was employed by the
Atlantic City Electric Company in
New Jersey. He is entitled to
wear three combat stars, Purple
Heart. Good Conduct medal. Euro
pean theatre ribbon and holds the
Silver Star for gallantry in action
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wife is the former Miss Nelly
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Pfc. Albert Mull
Of Bronze Star
Private First Class Albert Mull,
son o!' Mrs. Myrtle Mull, of Way
nesville. has been awarded the
Bronze Star citation for heroic
achievement in action on 2t Jan
uary, 1945, in Belgium.
The citation read in part as fol
lows: "During an attack 011 an
enemy held town 1'fc. Mull, a
gunner 111 a heavy machine gun
platoon, along with other members
of his squad came under lire from
an enemy self-propelled gun I'lc
Mull, then maneuvered to a build
ing near the position of the enemy
gun and opened tire on the sup
porting enemy infantry, pinning
them down. Under cover of his
lire a bazocks team v; abb' to get
into position and destroy the gun
and allowed friendly rilllemen to
close in an capture the enemy in
I'lc Mull entered the service
in September. 194(1. leaving here
with the National Guard unit He
took his (raining at Fort Jackson,
Camp Ulaiidmg. Camp Forrest.
Tenn . and Camp Atterbur. liul.
prior to being sent overseas, where
he lias served for (he past 17
At the time he entered Hie ser
vice he was employed by the Wav
nesville Country Club.
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It is unlawful to construct or repair any
building without a building permit. The fol
lowing is a copy of a portion of the Building
Code of the Town of Waynesville:
Section I. RUll-DINC IN'SIMK T K IM'.Sl'ONSH'.I.K l'CK KN
FOKCKiMKNT OF HUILDlNci CODi:. The r.iiil.lmu ic-ip.rt.ir s)i;ill he
responsible to the Mayor, ami throiif.li him. tn tin- t'.nurd i.' Aldernieu,
for the enforcement of the provisions of the l'.iiildiiij' t'oile.
Section .". KUILDIN'C rKKMI'l' IM'.tH'IKKl'. It -hall l-r the
duty of every person before lit giiuiiiiu th" repair. alUi nl ini, rcmodelinu
or demolition of any existing' IniildiiiR or the const met ion of any new
building within the Town limits, to apply to the llml'linn. Inspector for
a permit as outlined in this Chapter.
TOWN OF WAYNESVILLE
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Completes 2nd Year
Charles ;ij tl llnbinson. slg-
n.clman. Iluid 1 'I. is- I SMJ, sou of
Mr and Mrs. .I.mir. F. HoIhiisoii, (
of "a lies 1 1 In . has cniiip'rled his1
.second vear of nav-ii ser. ice. ac-!
cording' lo 111I01 111, d mn received!
j from the licit home (nun distri
bution center. ( Im ago.
A veteran of 1 !! inonl lis in t he
j Furopran theatre 1 1 1 1 the amphi
bious lorees he participated in the!
invasion ol Vorinandy and wears'
the Anieinan and Kuroiean-Afi'i-can-Middle
I'astcrn theatre rib-1
bons wilh one ininbal .star Me is
one ol tin- ace hurlers lor his de-j
si rover's baseball learns.
Signalman l!ihinsui. ,1 graduate ,'
of the a' ni's ille Township high'
school, is now serving aboard a
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