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AN OKINAWA BABY, found abandoned in Nuha when the 6th Division
Marines entered the capital city, gets milk rations from Pharmacist's
Mate J. W. Wood, Atlanta, G a. U. S. Marine Corps pho to. ( n I c ni a tionu I )
SOLDIERS MAN CHICAGO TRUCKS
AFTER THE GOVERNMENT STEPPED IN to insure steady truck operations
during the strike of two Chicago unions, Mi's are shown in that city as
they took over the job ol driving civilian trucks. More than 15U0 Military
Police were on hand to "keep 'em rolling." (International .Soiindplioto)
MET BY HIS GREATEST ADMIRER
THE NATION'S OUTSTANDING WAR HERO in Kun jir, Gen. Dv. icht P. Ki
senhowcr is met by his wife at the Nation.il Airport in U'.ishinejon, 0. Cn
following his arrival from Germany, on his first trip home ;incc the pre
European invasion days. (7itvnt:rmnl Sminlpluito)
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SOME DAY, I : vg:7
YOU DON'T HAVE
TO BE RICH. YOU
CAN HAVE MONEY,
AND BE ABLE TO
RETIRE AND ENJOY
LIFE IF YOU PROVIDE
NOW WITH A
S. E. CONNATSER
hlTE 2 - WAYNESVILLE
WILL BE HAPPY
TO GIVE YOU
AT NO COST.
Having qualified as administra
lor of the estate of W. A. Hyatt,
deceased, late of Haywood County,
I North Carolin. this is to notify, all
I persons having claims against the
j estate of said deceased to exhibit
i them to the undersigned at Waj
j nesville. North Carolina, on or be
Ifore the 14th day of June. 1946 or
this notice will be pleaded in bar
I of their recovery. All persons in
I debted to said estate will please
, make immediate payment.
This the 14th day of June, 1945.
L. L. HYATT,
Administrator of the Estate of
W. A Hyatt, deceased.
1442-June 14-2128 July 5-12-19
f KXKCl'TOR'S NOTICE
j Having qualified as Kxecutor ot
j the estate of J A Parks, deceased.
I late of Haywood County. North
I Carolina, this is to notify all per
sons having claims against the es
tate of said deceased to exhibit
same to the undersigned at Route
2. Waynesville. N. C. on or before
the 26th day of April, 1946, or this
notice will be plcadod in bar of
their recovery. All persons in
dented to said estate will please
make immediate settlement.
This the 26th day of April, 1945.
GLKNN A. BOYD, Kxecutor.
Estate- of J A. Parks, Deceased.
1429-May 31 - June 7-14-21-28
Having qualified as Administra
tors of the estate of Mrs. Laura
Howell, deceased, late of Haywood
County, North Carolina, this is to
notify all persons having claims
against the estate of said deceased
lo exhibit them to the undersign
ed at box 253, route 2, Waynes
ville. North Carolina, on or before
the 31st day of May. 194fi or this
notice will he pleaded in bar of
their recovery All persons in
debted lo said estate will please
make immediate payment
This the 301 h day of May, I94.Y
Will Howell and Guy Howell,
Administrators of the Estate of
Mrs. Laura Howell, deceased.
1439 -May 31 June 7-1 4-21-28
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NOTICE is hereby given that
under the power ol sale given in
a deed in trust executed by Way
nesville Masonic Temple Company
to the undersigned Trustee, dated
i March 16, 1945. and recorded in
Hook of Mortgages and Deeds of
Trust 30, page 174 in the olliee of
the Register of Deeds for Haywood
County, North Carolina, default
having been made in the payment
of the debl secured thereby, and
the holder of said debt haiing de
manded that the undersigned Trus
tee exercise said power of sale, and
sell he property thereby conveyed,
as provided in said deed in trust,
THEREFORE, on July 23, 1945,
at Twelve o'clock Noon at the Court
House door of Haywood County,
North Carolina, the undersigned
will offer for sale and sell to the
highest bidder for casji, that cer
tain lot of land in the Town of
Waynesville, County of Haywood,
State of North Carolina, more par
ticularly hounded and. described, iis
Lying and being In the Town
of Waynesville, Haywood County,
North Carolina, .bit thti.Soirtti Side
of Church Street, in said Town, and
more particularly described and
defined as follows:
BEGINNING at a slake on the
West side line of Church Street,
said slake being the Northeast
corner of the United States Gov
ernment Lot; thence with Church
Street, North 69 deg. 'MY West, 74
feet lo :i stake; thence South 18
deg. West 114.7 feet to a stake;
thence South 68 deg. East 74 feet
to a stake; corner of the United
States Government Lot; thence
with said Lot, North 18 deg. East
1 16. Z leel to the BEGINNING, con
taining 8545 square feel, more or
Purchasers at the sale other than
the note holder will be required lo
deposit five per cent of the amount
bid in cash at the time of the sale
or the bid will not he considered,
and the properly will he re-sold
This sale is subject to outstand
ing reservations, restrictions and
rights of way and such taxes and
assessments as may now be a lien
against the property.
This the Kith day of June,
C M. FORTUNE",
1444 June 21-28 July 5-12.
NOTICE OF SALE
Pursuent to an oider of the
Superior Court of Haywood t'oun
t '. made in the Special Proceed
ing entitled "Mary Bumgarner vs
Ellis Burrell. Edward Burrell. H
C. Burrell, Sidney Burrell, lea
Burrell, Jess Burrell, Jcthro Bur
rell, Murphy Burrell, Agnes Creas
man. Ardith Bumgarner. Alma
Bumgarner. Ella May Bumgarner.
Glen Bumgarner, I .ill io Bumgar
ner. and John Henrv Bumgarner,"
I will on Monday. July 23rd. 1945.
at eleven o'clock a. m. at the Court
House door in Waynesville. N. C.
offer for sale at public outcry to
the highest bidder, upon terms of
one-half cash balance one and two
years,, the following described
lands and premises, situate, lying
and being in Waynesville Town
ship. Haywood County. Ninth Caro
BEGINNING on a dogwood on
the West bank ol Aliens Crook, old
Lyman and Massie corner, and
runs N. 15 W 43 poles to an
ivy bush. Mi.lliee's corner; thence
with old Mulliee line S tUt' j E.
58 poles to a small chestnut oak;
theme S 70" E. 91 poles to a
stake, thence South 96 poles;
thence with old Wyalt line to Ly
man Wahoo's corner al branch,
passing W'yatl's back coiner at 36
poles, thence with Lyman line to
the BEGINNING, containing Filly
acres, more or less, and being a
tract ol land conveyed lo Mary
Bunigarner by William T. Thoinjii,
et al Executors of James Ii Line,
deceased, by instrument dated
April 13. I8H6. and recorded in
Book page , Haywood
This June 2Lsl, 1945
A. T. WARD.
No I I ir, j,,,,,. Hit-July in i;i
Having qualified as ailimnisli a
II ls ot Hie estate ol I 111 i Kotlia
Sr. deceased, late of Haywood
County, North Carolina. Ilns is In
notify all persons having claims
against Hie estate of the said llartv
liollia. Sr. deceased, to exhibit
same to the undersigned adminis
Iratrix In Waynesville. N C . on or
before the 21st day ol June, l!llti
or Ibis notice will be pleaded in
bar of their recorvcry All per
sons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate sell lenient
This June 14. 1945
GEORGIA K BOTH .
Administratrix, estate ol llariy
Botha. Sr., deceased
1443 June 21-2)1 Julv ! 12 19 26
SERVICE UV ri UI.ICATION
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
BEFORE THE CLERK
OBER1A ROGERS PADGETT.
PAULINE PLO'IT, KATE MOR
RIS. JOSEPHINE DUNCAN.
JACQUE COIN. WILLIE EDNA
LSENIIOUR. DOROTHY ROG
ERS. ROY McCHAOKEN. AND
E D G A R PERSON, ET AL
URANNER GILMER. HI', HE GIL
MER. TO MM IK II AMBLE. JR..
MARGUIHTE GAMBLE, ROB
ERT GAMBLE. AND T. A.
GAMBLE. GENERAL GUARD
IAN OF MARGUIHTE AND
MARGUIHTE GAMBLE, IN
FANTS. The defendants. Brainier Gilmer,
Behe Gilmer. Tommie Gamble,
will lake notice that a special pro
ceeding entitled as above has been
commenced in the Superior Court
of Haywood county belorc the
clerk to sell certain land for par
tition amongst the plaintiffs and
defendants as tenants in common,
said land consisting ot 6 lots in
Waynesville, N. C . on Daisy Ave
nue; and the said defendants.
Brainier Gilmer, Bebe Gilmer and
Tomniie Gamble, will further take
notice that I bey are required to
appear al the olliee of the clerk
of the Superior court of Haywood
county in the court bouse in Way
nesville, N. C. on the 7lli day of
July, 1945. and answer or demur
lo the complaint of Hie plaintiUs
in said special proceeding, or the
plaintiffs will apply to Hie court
for the relief demanded in said
This the 4lh day id June. IDI.i
C. II. LEATHERWOOI),
Clerk of the Superior Court,
No. 1440 June 7-14-21-28
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE
On Monday, Julv 9th, 1945. at
j eleven o'clock. A M., at the court
i house door in the Town of Way
nesville, N. C. I will offer for
I sale at public outcry to the high-
est bidder for cash, the following
i described reI estate situate in
I said Town and State, to-wit:
Being Lot No 76 of Grand View
: Sub-Division in the Town of Way
I nesville. as per plat recorded in
! the Olliee of the Register of Deeds
; of Haywood County.
I Sale made pursuant to power
I and authority conferred upon me
j by that certain Deed of Trust dat
ed July 14, 1943, executed by R.
II. Clark and wife, Gertrude P.
Clark and recorded in Book 52,
uage 115, Hay wood County Regis
try, to which Deed of Trust and
record reference is hereby made
tor all the term- and conditions
thereof, and also pursuant to Or
der of Resale made by the Clerk
of the Superior Court of Haywood
County, June 22. 1945.
This 22nd day of June, 1945.
A. T. WARD, Trustee.
No. 1446 June 28-Julv 5
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Announcing : : -
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WANTED AT ONCE
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V Dr. H. M. Clarvoc
J GENERAL PRACTICE
'VETERINARY MEDICINE AND
OFFICE DEPOT STREET
8:30 A. M.
10:00 A. M,
12:00 A. M.
3:00 P. M,
4:00 P. M.
5:00 P. M.
9:10 P. M.
Lv. Jimaluska . 1 1
9:00 A. M.
11:00 A. M.
2:00 P. M.
4:00 P. M.
6:30 P. M.
9:30 P. M.
Single Fare 20c
Round Trip 35c
Fare on Grounds 10c
The buses leaving the Lake at 9:00 A. M. and 2 P. M.
will go through to Hazelwood for the benefit
of any golfers.
TOM LEE. Owner
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