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forth Waiting For
Your Order Now For
books. It is "THE KING'S GEN
ERAL," and was released on Janu
ary 3rd and we are selling it on
the 5th. There never is a dull
minute in THE BOOK CORNER.
And there won't be a dull mo
ment while you are enjoying thq
368 pages of this most exciting
book. Then there are three extra
pages that you will enjoy to the
Like all of Miss du Maurier's
novels, this one is romantic to the
nth degree; love-making amongst
apple blossoms, a girl running
away from a forced marriage, and,
horses galloping over the hills to
disaster. We're not going to spoij
the story for you by giving any of
the details, but we can assure youj
of some good reading. j
IT HASN'T BEEN RELEASED
YET and won't be until January
15th, but immediately after tha
date you can come to our boolj
department and get a copy of Any3
Seton's newest novel, '"THE TURi
QUISE." The locale of this splenj
did book is both New Mexico and
New York, and is the story oj
Santa Fe, the orphaned daughter
of a Scot and a Spanish girl. J
You who read and so thoroughly
enjoyed "DRAGONWYCK" will
find it hard to wait until this book.
"THE TURQUISE" is released so
that you can settle down to enjoy
its exciting contents.
Fe has the stone, "TURQUISE'
given her by an Indian chief and
this stone is supposed to have
J magic powers and represents sel
fishness, bhe sells the stone and
then things begin to happen In such
rapidflre succession that one finds
it utterly impossible to set the
book aside for fear something else
win nappen wnne me book is
closed. It's all that and 'more.
YOU SEE, WE ARE GETTINNG
all the advance data on the new
books that are being released like
fire crackers now that the .paper
, ban for books has been lifted. Here
is another book that the distribu
tors assure us Will be sent to us
the day of release. It is "ARCH
OF TRIUMPH" by Erich Maria
Only Four Men
Reclassified This Week
By Draft Board
Only four men were reclassified
during the past week by the draft
board serving this area. Thev in
Placed in class 1-A Charles
Placed in class 4-A were:
James J. Clark and Ben H. Hannah.
Placed in class 1-C was William
Pfc. Alvin E. Haynes
Discharged From Service
Private First Class Alvin E.
Haynes, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. E.
Haynes, of Clyde, was recentlv dis
charged at Camp Cook. Calif. He
entered the service on Feb. 11.
1943, and was inducted at Camn
Croft. He was then sent to Camp
Cook, Calif., and later overseas.
He served in England. France.
Belgium, Holland, and Germany,
and was attached to the 9th Army.
He is entitled to wear the Eurononn
Theater ribbon with three battle
stars, Good Conduct medal. Victory
medal, and American Defense rib
Remarque, the widely beloved au
thor, of "ALL QUIET" which en
joyed one of the longest eras of
popularity of any book at that time.
This is a Book-of-theMonth selec
tion and they are pretty good
guides. The story is of Ravic, a
German refugee doctor in Paris
just before the war. Just for the
excitement of the thing, Ravic per
forms several rather messy opera
tions, carries on a love affair with
Joan Madou (a night club enter
tainer) and looks for a Nazi official
whom he has determined to kill.
You can well image with what
speed the' book moves along and
you find yourself gripping the book
with one hand and the arm of the
chair with the other. This book
contains Some very fine writing.
NEXT WEEK WE WILL TELL
you about "BEFORE THE SUN
GOES DOWJM" by Elizabeth Metz
ger Howard; and "THOSE OTHER
PEOPLE" by Mary King O'Don
nell. They are to be released on
January 24th. And for a whiz
bang finish, we'll give you the re
port on one of the books that will
be talked about. "WRITTEN ON
THE WIND" by Robert Wilder.
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CAPT. GORDON JENNINGS,
son of Mrs. Lucy Jennings, of Bos
ton, Mass., and grand son of Mrs,
George Washington, of Philadel
phia, who has made her home at
Ltke Junaluska for the past 16
years. Capt. Jennings has recently
returned from 40 months overseas
duty, serving with the Army Trans
portation Corps in Iceland, Eng
land, France and the Philippines.
At the time he entered the service
on January 15, 1943, with a com
mission in the Reserve Corps he
held a position with the Western
Paper Company in Salem, Oregon.
He reported to Fort Benning, and
was later sent to Cdmp Robinson,
Ark., and then to Fort Hamilton,
N. Y., prior to being sent to Ice
land, where he was stationed for
20 months. He has served in the
European, American and Pacific
theaters. He reported to Fort Bragg
upon his arrival in the States and
was given a 43-day leave, after
which he will go to New Orleans
where he has been assigned for
duty. Captain Jennings has been
transferred to the regular army
and expects to remain in service.
Captain Jennings attended the
Way nesville Township high school
and is a graduate of the Univer
sity of Pennsylvania.
?The Queen Mary
To Carry Wives
And Babies of GI. s
The giant British liner Queen
Mary completed her ninth and last
crossing since V-E Day as an
American troop carrier last week,'
and probably will be assigned soon
exclusively to bringing bark Euro
pean war brides of American sol
diers. Before she enters the mothcr-and-baby
service there are an
estimated 4(1.0(10 G. I. brides and
an unrounted number of children
in Europe the Queen Mary would
have to undergo an extensive re
fitting in drydock in Southampton.
She would have to be equipped
with many hundreds of cribs, bot
tle sterilizers, perhaps baby blan
kets, anil perhaps some special
utensils and talent for the cooking
of baby foods.
British and American war nnd
shipping officials who are working
on the plans concede that the dia
per problem alone is a staggering
one. The Queen Mary, naturally,
is not equipped with a diaper laun
dry service. Since used diapers
could not be laundered aboard,
would they be chucked over the
side, leaving a while trail in the
ocean from Southampton to New
York? The plans have yet to be
As a troop carrier which brought
single crossing. However, not more
than about 2,500 wives and chil-
in her 100,000th soldier recently j dren would be carried at the start
to Pier 90 at Fiftieth street in the
Hudson, the Queen Mary has car
ried more than 15,000 troops in a
It doesn't hurt G. I.'s to be
packed in like sardines and to eat
in shifts at odd hours, but women
and children "Would need "more
comfort and regular food. Under
present plans, thelJueen Mary
would begin her first westward
crossing with women and children
about Feb. 1.
T5 Kenneth Lindsey
Re-enlists in Army
T5 Kenneth Lindsey, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lindsey, of
Clyde, who has re-enlisted in the
army is spending a nine-day fur
lough at home with his parents
pi ior to reporting to Fort Hragg for
his next assignment.
He entered the service in June,
1943, and was inducted at Fort
Jackson. Prior to being sent over
seer he was given training at Shop
ard Field, Texas, Larry Field,
Colo., and Kearnes, Utah. He was
attached to the Air Engineering
Corps and was later transferred
to combat engineers.
He is entitled to wear the Euro
pean Theater ribbon with three
battle stars Good Conduct medal
and Victory medal. At the time
he entered the service he was em
ployed by Orville Caldwell as n
He has had there brothers to
serve in World War II, Staff Sgt.
Beeecr Lindsey, who served in the
China-Burma-India theater, and
was recently discharged; Private
First Class John Lindsey, who was
wounded in France and is now a
patient in the General Hospital at
Camp Butner; another brother,
Private First Class Lucius Lindsey,
of the 35th infantry, who was
killed near Sarregnemines, France,
on Dec. 15, 1944,
G. I.'s FAMILIES TO ENTER
EITROPE TIII!Ol'GH BKI.IV1EN
FRANKFUH AM MAIN -United
States army engineers are prepar
ing plans to construct installations
at Bremen to convert il into an
entry port for the families of
American occupation troops, an
authoritative source disclosed re
cently. The first soldiers' families may
arrive by the end of May or the
first of June, this source predicted.
He added thai committees have
been appointed by European the
ater headquarters to study facil
ities for feeding and housing the
families and educating the chil
dren. This planning is continuing
while War Department approval is
Another group of officers, it was
learned, is working on a priority
plan for the shipment of soldiers'
families, giving consideration to
the length of time each soldier has
agreed to slay overseas and the
order of arrival of members of
Herbert B. Angel EM.3c
Discharged From Service
Herbert B. Angel, EM third class,
has been discharged from the navy
at Camp Shelton, Va., and plans
to resume his connections with the
Haywood Monument company of
which he was manager prior to en
tering the service.
He was inducted in April, 1943,
and sent to Camp Peary, Va., for
his boot training, after which he
was sent to Hawaii where he has
been stationed for the past 18
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ive Im Yoor Poll
Listing Began January First
All property owners and taxpayers in Haywood County are re
quired to return to the list takers for taxation for the year 1946 all the
Real Estate, Personal Property, etc., which each shall own on the first
day of January.
All male persons between the ages of 21 and 50 are required to list
their polls during the same time.
All persons who own property and fail to list it and all who are
liable for poll tax and fail to give themselves in will be deemed guilty
of a misdemeanor.
Ivy Hill Dave Plott
Jonathan Creek Fred Allison
Cataloochee Ed White
Fines Creek Cauley Rogers
Crabtree Wallace Hill
Pigeon Gay Burnett
Waynesville J. S. Black
East Fork Rex Pless
Iron Duff Manson Medford
Cecil Perry Allen
Beaverdam Vaughn Byers
Clyde C. R. Francis
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