Lay. aVGT 1945
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THE WaFNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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Given Bronze Star Lt. Rex Muse,
Missing Since 1944,
Major James K. West
Arrives In States
Major James K. West, son of
Rev. and Mis. Waller West, who
has been serving with the 17th
Airborne Division in the European
theatre, has arrived in the States,
according to intormalion received
by his parents.
Major West, who landed in Nor
folk this week, will report first to
Foil Bragg ;.nd will then be given
a 30-day leave at home. He volun
teered in the service in the sum
mer of 1941. and has served several
A public accountant. Major West
held a position in New York City
at the time he entered the service.
Junaluska Man Is
Wallace Hiirnetle, of the Navy,
has been promoted to eoman first
class. He is now serving in the
Philippines, and is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Austin Burnette, of Lake
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ition of the Zenith findi
ng Aid. There's no obliga
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T5 KRNKST M. SUTTON, son
of Mr. and Mrs George Sutton, of
Waynesville. K F D. No. 1, who has
been awarded the lironze Star for
heroic achievement in action. lie
entered the service three years ago
and has been overseas for the past
twenty months, and is now station
ed in Germany. At the time he
entered Ljie service he was omplo
ed by the Welleo Shoe Corporation.
Lifted On News
papers And Radio
Voluntary news censorship end
ed last week and Censorship Direc
tor Uyron Price told editor and
broadcasters I hey had '-contributed
greatly to rhe glorious victory."
Publications and radio stations
now are free to print or publish al
most any ( ;u-ls they pick up. Hut
censorship still applies to corre
spondents assigned to military and
naval forces in the field, who had
to sign pledges to submit stories or
photographs to military censors he
President Truman directed abol
ition of voluntary censorship on
Mr. Truman instructed Price- to
declare voluntary censorship end
ed, stop censoring of all inlerna
tional communications and give.')!)
days notice to all employes except
a few needed to liquidate the of
Newspapers aint radio operated
under a censorship code drawn up
immediately after Pearl Harbor.
They kept such secrets as that of
the atomic bomb.
Under the code, relaxed from
time to time as conditions per
mitted, they withheld publication
of such things as nlovements of
key ollicials, ships and troops.
They didn't print performance fig
ures on new type planes or wea
pons, or production data.
In a note to editors and broad
casters. Price said: "You deserve,
and you have, the thanks and ap
preciation of your government."
Lt. Rex Muse, son of Mrs. Ver
netle Muse and the late Mr. Mu.-e,
of West Asheville. formerly of Can
ton, has been officially declared
killed in action after one year, ac
cording to information received by
friends in Haywood county.
Lt. Muse was first reported miss
ing in July. 1944, over Munich.
Germany and official notice of his
death was issued by the war deport
ment July 21, of this year.
Lt. Muse was active in Scout
Work in Canton, where he was a
fense of his ignorance,
craft instructor, patrol leader and
senior patrol leader. He became
an Kagle Scout, was a member of
the emergency corps, and of the
Order of the Arrow, an honor ex
tended only to expert campers. He
was also one of the leaders in or
ganizing a troop at Morning Star.
In paying tribute lo his work
in Canton, Scoutmaster Crips said:
"P was an idoal scout and a
typical American boy. All who
knew him and worked with him
valued his friendship. He "believ
ed in the Scouting program, and in
the future of America. He gave
his life for the things he believed
in and loved. We of Canton troop
4. regret the news of his death. We
shall strive to make our troop what
we know Rex would want it to be,
and our every effort in the pro
gram shall be dedicated to his
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GOT.S TO SEATTLE
Sam Tale. S. 1 c. has returned
to Seattle, where he will join his
l.ST crew. He has been spending
a furlough with bis mother, Mrs.
Lizzie Tate, of Lake Junaluska
Seaman Tate has been overseas
for several months.
Oscar Leon Smathers
Funeral services for Oscar L.
Smut hers, w ho died at' his home
Thursday morning at one o'clock
alter an illness of 14 months, were
held at the Clyde Baptist church
on Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock
with the Rev. T. H. Parris. Uev.
A. L. Latham and Uev. W. H
Pless officiating. Burial was in
Pallbearers were J. C. Haynes.
Orville Haynes. Frank Thompson,
Devoe Pressley, Harry Cut hey, and
Roy Palmer. Flower girls were
friends of the family.
In addition to his wife, the for
mer Miss Mattie Collins, he is
survived by one son. Lvndon: two
daughters. Miss Helen Smathers
and Mrs. Steve McCracken; two
brothers, John and Wulter; one
sister, Mrs. John Morgan, and one
grandchild, Linda Lou Smathers.
Crawford Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
Lovely 6 1-2 acre tract, attractive rambling
ne-story house, lights, water, excellent view,
'tream running through place, beautiful trees
md grass, garden, small apple orchard. Less
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Mrs. Lona Page Fraizer
Funeral service's were conducted
at 11 o'clock Wednesday morning
at the Allen's Creek Baptist church
for Mrs. Lona Page Frazier, wife
of Milliard Frazier, who died at
3:30 a. m. at her home on Hyatt
Creek on Saturday. Rev. Thom
as F.rwin, pastor, officiated, assist
ed by Rev. C. L. Allen. Burial
was in the Buchanan cemetery.
Pallbearers were: Jerry Allen,
Frank Robinson, James Mintz.
Oliver Webb, Willie Frank Wil
liams and Junior Page.
Surviving are her husband; four
sons, Thomas, seaman first class,
of Deland, Fla., Pvt. John Frazier.
now in Germany; Pvt. Milliard
Frazier, Jr., U. S. Marines, station
ed in San Diego, Calif., and Floyd
Frazier, at home; eight daughters,
Mrs. John Thedgill, of Kureka,
Calif., who arrived here by plane
Sunday; Mrs. Oliver Webb, and
Mrs. JerrV Allen and Mrs. James
Mintz, of Waynesville, R.F.D. No.
1, Mrs. Frank Robinson, of Hazel
wood, Mrs. Joe Williamson, of
Salem, N. J., Mrs. Erby Orten, of
Salem, N. J., Miss Frankie Frazier, )
at home; four brothers, James,
Lawrence, Frank and Fred Page,
all of Waynesville, R.F.D. No. l;i
four sisters, Mrs. Charlie Williams,
Mrs. Minerva Smith, Mrs. Estella
Inman, of Waynesville, R.F.D. No.
1, and Mrs. Jim Williams, of For
est City; and seventeen grandchil
dren. Garrett Funeral Home was in
charge of the arrangements.
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