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THE WAYNESVlLx.15 MOUNTAINEER
LEGLESS VETS LEARN ART OF ROLLER SKATING
Mrs. Mary Liner Nichols
Last rites were conducted on
Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock lot
Mrs. Mary Liner Nichols, (it!, wife
of Graydon Nichols, of the Hat
cliff Cove section who died in an
Asheville hospital at 11:40 a. in
Vednesday. Kev. T. S. Rolen of
ficiated. Burial was in the Tur
Serving as pallbearers were
piautle and Chas. C. Krancis, Jack
Ferguson, Charles I'tiderwood.
Jack Nichols and Joe KerU y.
Mrs. Nichols, a native ot I lay
wood county, is survived by her
liusband, two sons, l;oy Nichols
of Waynesville. 1( I' D. No. 1. K!
Nichols, of Lake Junaluska: one
daughter, Mrs. Lonnie Kinsl ind.
Clyde, K ..K D. No. I, one brother,
lohn Liner, of Cedro Wool'
Wash.; four sisters, Mrs. John
Young, of Shehalis. Wash.. Mrs.
George Hen.son. of Franklin. Jths
Bill Khone, jf Knka. and Mr.
Herniie Stockton, of Huh I'oinl
(iarrett Funeral Home u.i. in
charge of the arrangenienls.
fJraveside services were comluil
ed at the Hyatt Creek eeineter.s at
3 !!0 o'clock Friday afternoon lor
the intant twins of Mr and Mrs.
Hubert Inman. of Haclwood. who
died Friday. Rev. Mr. M;ism- f.
ciated at the service.
Crawford Funeral Home was in
charge of the arrangements.
Mrs. Dclmas Caldwell
Funeral services were concluded
Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
at the Allen's Creek Baptist church
for Airs. Naomi Burress Caldwell.
33, wife of Dclmas Caldwell, who
died at her home in the Allen's
Creek section at 5:4(1 a. in. Friday
Kev. Thomas E. Fiwin, pastor
of the church, assisted by I to v.
C. L. Allen and Kev. L. N. Stev
enson officiated. Burial was in
the Buchanan cemetery.
Pallbearers were: Fred Farmer.
Robert Putnam, George BisrlioH'.
Charlie Moody. Lowe Allen and
The members of her Sunday
tchoul class of Allen's Crceli Bap
ti.sii church were in charge of the
Surviving Mrs. CaMu-uJj.
was a native of Haywood county,
are her (msband; one son. Wayne
Caldwell; one daughter, Joyce
Caldwell, all of Allen's Creek !
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bur
ress, of Allen's Creek; one brother.
Private Pinkney Burress, now in
AS THREE AMPUTEE PATIENTS (right) at the Thomas England General Hospital at Atlantic City, N. J., watch,
two veterans who lost their legs are learning to roller sl.ate with artificial limbs, one of the phases in the
rehabilitation program for wounded veterans. Shown in this group are (left to right): Pvt. Clement
Gariazzo, of Staten Island, N. Y.; Lt. Muriel Albright, of White Flams, N. Y., an instructor; Flight Officer
Dan ell Getty, of Erie, Pa.; Pvt. Dominick Cafarelli, of Hopkinton, Mass.; Pvt. Joseph Lishefski, of Rochester,
N. Y., and Pic. Paul Bosela, of Unionport, Ohio--all old-time skating fans. (.International)
Near School Now
On The Market
A new residential section is be
ing placed on tfie market this
week by the owner, J. H. Howell.
The properly consists of 17
large lots, and adjoin the high
school athletic field, and faces Bal
sam street. This street runs from
Brown avenue to the Balsam high
The lots are on an elevation
'hat commands a full view of the
Balsam range as well as Lickstone
and other mountains.
Henry Caddy is in charge of
Italy; three sisters, Mrs. Jake
Stepp. Miss Kulh Burress and Miss
Mary Burress, all of Waynesville,
H.I'D No. 1.
uarrett funeral Home was
charge of the arrangements.
New Point System To
Speed Army Releases
WASHINGTON. The Army re
ported yesterday it was revising
its point system to speed up dis
charges and would reduce its
strength from 8,000.(100 to 2, 5(H), -000
men by next July 1.
War department officials, testify
ing before the House military com
mittee, nevertheless supported
President Truman's proposal to
keep on dialling men for military
service. They made no specific
mention, however, of the Chief
Executive's suggestion that only
men 18 to 25 years old be dialled,
for terms limited to two years.
During their appearance before
the committee tney outlined plans j
1. Establishing a point system
for releasing officers the present
one covers only enlisted men.
2. Reducing from 85 to 80 the
number of points required for dis
charge of enlisted personnel. i
3. Haiiin" from overseas duty
all men -.will (it) points a cut from
4. lie computing all points, now
based on calculations made May
12 "as soon as General Mac-Arthur
lells us he does not need any more
Ma.j. Gen. Stephen C. Henry, as
sistant chief of personnel, told the
I'iiiiiiiiiIIit on lei (imputation would
give men more points so that those
overseas "who now have approxi
mately 72 points will be eligible
for Immediate discharge."
Your empty milk container will
malic nice little discs to renew seals
in jar lids. Cut the discs to fit and
you will find they are just the right
thickness and better than the layeri
of wax paper which many now use.
Labor lay And Victory
Lee'ti Riding Devices at. Champion Park.
Window Decorations, Hobby and Interesting Collections Dis
playWorld War 11 Veterans urged to display souvenirs.
Street Decorations '-v American Legion.
("loan Up Program for 1-2 n tire Town.
Colored Peoples' Program Rides reserved for Colored People
up to S p. m.
8 p. ra. Program by Colored People at Champion Park.
Bad m in tori, Golf, Tennis, Kkrp"iituiy Softball, etc., Tourna
9:00 p. m. Dunce (round and square) at Canton Armory
Sponsored by llu.uiiess and Professional Women's Club
and State Guard.
Athletic Contests continue.
9:00a. m. Boys Swimming, Diving, Checkers, Billiard, Table
Tennis and Other Contests at Champion Y.
High School Girls Softball Tournament at Champion
1:00 p. m. Girls Swimming, Diving, Checkers, Table Tennis
and Other Contests at Champion Y.
3:00 p. m. Baseball at Canton High School Field.
5:00 p. m. Pet Show -at Champion Park Sponsored by
Cub Scouts and open to all pets.
6:30 p. m. Old Timers' Softball Game at Champion Park.
9:45 a. m. Union Adult Sunday School Class at Champion Y.
6:30 p. m. Canton High School Band Concert and Commun
ity Sing at Chamjjion Park.
8:00 p. m. Union Religious Services at Champion Park, or
10:00 a. m. Victory Parade Open to all kinds of entries
forms at Spears Inn, Park Street.
11:00 a.. m.--Athletic and Stunt Contests at Champion Park.
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Boys' Horseshoe Tournament at ( 'hampj,,,, p.
Judging Window Decorations Content.
1 :00 p. m. Men's llors;',-hoe Tournament at ('hap,,;
( 'an toil 1 1 igh School li.unl ( '
4:00 p. m. Platform Contests Ilojr Calling
Nail Driving, Quartet and Class Singin- ,
8:00 p. m. Square Dance and String band c,ir
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