fiAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1946
,(.: in producing the
' .. (,;,.!! the atomic
..;....) have alrca
' .1,., nvipnsive Oak
... ..( i.cil in the
,,f t ho Sfll'Illll viiu
tp the uomu.
a pin-:"? proiessor
' jn i he foreseeable
await the develop
!in.f ut:tl materials
l, i v is !Kl;iiicl the
iuraiiJ liy atomic
i;,k V.M-H' I'lant is a
fikieiiey of Amcr-n-
and "a monstrosity"
iimrc ivi-rnl deveiop-
production oi such
:i- ; !;! uiimiii. me
iHcd in the atomic
ion oi the possiDii-
omi'y are directly
and refractors. Dr.
jiuiciv winch could
in the construction
steam and electne-
planl deriving their
cv ii'om atomic
Ji! scoffed, however.
Jit thai an automobile
of radio active ma-
Ifi'lime power. The
iMdalinu such a de
crial six to eight fc-.-i
Id tin operator and
nun x-rays, gamma
mendous heat Riven
orrs of atomic ex-
niake such a vehicle
cost and impractical
THE WAYNESVILLE -MOUNTAINEER
'IWO GHOST' HAUNTS THEIR LIVES
".l-: ''"'i yiM
UNCERTAIN AS TO WHETHER Pvt. William Langston. reported killefl on
Iwo Jima last March, is alive or dead, his former wife now Mrs. Joseph
Ossignac, of St. Joseph, Mo., seeks a definite answer. She is shown with
Corp. Ossignac, a wounded Tarawa vet, whom she married when she
believed her husband dead, and Duane, 8, son of the "Iwo ghost." Pvt
Langston was reported seen in Arkansas. (International Soundphoto)
Transactions In Real Estate
Army ir Forces
Goal Set For
Own 'West Point'
WASHINGTON The Army Air
i Forces are setting up a system of
: high level schooling for the leaders
of any future air war, with the
: accent on youth.
J The unofficial "Army and Navy
Hegister" said recently the schools
j for senior and junior air officers
are designed to develope ultimately
I into an A.A.F. University l.i.
: .onant General Carl A. Spaatz. new
Air Forces chief, suggested this
week an air school of the same
; importance as West Point and An-
I lander the new school system,
which is headed by Major General
Muier s. Fairchild, every officer
will complete his specialized edu
cation in his first twenty years of
"In the past we have devoted our
efforts too often to educating for
the retired list." the ''Register"
quoted General FairchilH as ,nr,
"H.v the time an officer finished the
Army War College he had in many
uses oniy iwo or three more years
The program includes an air war
course, a command and staff
fourse. a tactical course for junior
officers, n special staff school and
an A.A.F. engineer school.
The engineer school has been
assigned to Wricht FielH n.i..
Ohio, and the others to the Max
well Meld, Alabama, area.
PAGE THREE (Second Section)'.
State Grflege Hints
lo fundamental reason
'iicrny cannot be used
its. he said, but one
that an ecooninical
boiler, in compan
y's now in use. has
tonnined. Also, in
m of elect ric energy
to he expanded
units must be built
ast two pounds of
ninium cost $40,000
uhl make them uneco-
Iisp in such compara-
:m.ichincs as automo-
blankets for fields
ast are likely to de-
he far northwest bc-
thc pood seed comes
J. N. and Lura Ledford to Hugh
and Ruby Stanley.
Mark Reno and Helen Reno to
Ethel Owen Reno.
T. A. Clark, et ux to C. C. Led
ford, et ux.
T. D. Hannah, et ux to Taft Med-
J. C. Allen, ct al to Lotue Allen
T. P. Owen, et ux to Ida G.
B. B. Wilson, et ux to V. Z.
Rogers, et ux.
Clifford Worley, et ux to J. B.
Mauney, et ux.
Clyde R. Hoey, Jr., et ux to Paul
Hyatt, et ux.
Paul Launer, et ux to Dr. Robert
Nannie W. May to Charles A.
Smith, et ux.
Mrs. A. A. Scrocgs, et al to June
L. W. Nash, et ux to Vivian Hall,
Lottie Allen Stamey to L. C.
Plemmons, et ux.
T. A. Clark, et ux to Paul Ilvatt
S. N. Robinson, et ux to Roy J.
Trammel!, et ux.
Adna Greisch, ct vir to S. M.
Robinson, et ux.
Roy J. Trammel!, et ux to S. M.
Robinson, el ux.
Alden Liner to Hugh Liner.
Fred Crum. et ux to A. F. Mash-
W. G. Byers. et ux to Clavton
MehalTcy, ct ux.
J. C. Kirkpalrick. et nv in .T
Maggie L. Jcrvis to Lawrence A.
J. H. Banks, et ux to Patton Led
ford, et ux.
20 Years Experience
Call Phone 465-W.
Fines Creek Township
Laura Parkins to Medford Par
kins. Rosie Fish (o D. Reeves Noland.
C. B. McCracken. et ux in 7r.u
Clark, et ux.
Iron Duff Township
Carmel Downs, et ux to L. O.
Ivy Hill Township
W. II. Otto, et ux to V. A. Henrv
V. A. Henry, et ux to W. H. Otto.
ed Money Is
Spci,t mone' is &one money these days.
Ca" gllard yur future and the value of
mnpy now and later by saving every
Vo" can spare. Inflation is no, respecter
rM,lls- Do your share for your country
)r yourse,f- There's extra profit and extra I
7 for our savers.
Jonathan Creek Township
Norman Hannah, ct ux to James
Allen Hannah to W. T. Hannah.
C. M. Moody, et ux to A. A
W. T. Hannah, et ux to T. T.
Jenkins, et ux.
Bryson Hannah, ot ux to Thornt
Margaret P. Lamb to Guy Howell
and W. K. Howell.
Charles Clyde Fish, et ux to
C. H. Fish, et us to Charles Clyde
Charles Clyde Fish, et ux to
Thomas H. Wells, ct ux to Paul
Harlin Burnette to Vernie Hnsk-v
RALEIGH Vegetable and fruit
piouucers who have grown care
less with their marketing practices
during the past five years of ab
normal food demands, controlled
prices, and distribution practices
that have tended to discourage
Mutiny production and proper
pacKaging must soon utilize the ut
most care and the most modern
methods of marketing if they are
to compete with growers in other
This is the opinion of D. S.
Matheson, vegetable marketing
specialist with State Department
of Agriculture and nationally
konwn expert in the sale of fruits
iviainoson considers the No. 1
item in this move to meet competi
tion the pre-packing or "consumer
packaging" of all berries and large
quantities of armies, neaehea b,i
potatoes, pecans, and western North
Carolina Irish potatoes.
He advises producers to use
lighter and more attractive pack
ages for better display of products
and a saving in lumber and trans
Other points stressed by Mathe
son: Rigid grading of each commodity
designed for shipping Ions dis
tances so as to avoid as much snnii.
age as possible; additional market
ing facilities and market news serv
ices for Western North Carolina-
and a marketing agreement on
white potatoes and peaches, with
extension of this agreement to
Citrus fruits rolling into market
from this years good crop bring
wealth of vitamin C. nutritionally
speaking. Since sugar is still light
ly rationed, oranges and tangerines
rale a welcome for tne help they
.offer in the "something sweet"
Wliile most people know that
orange juice is a high-powered
drink for vitamin C, nutritionists
say that all of the famili
fruits are bountiful sources of this
vitamin. A half-glass ( 4 ounces)
of orange or grapefruit juice will
go far toward supplying a day's
needs of vitamin C. So will half
a grapefruit, or a whole orange,
or a couple of tangerines or lem
ons. Because pulp, as well as juice,
contains vitamin C, there is vita
min thrift in serving juice un
strained, and even higher vitamin,
economy in eating citrus fruit sim.
ply halved, sliced, or sectioned.
So desructive are heat and air
to vitamin C in cut or inip.-rl fruit
that the vitamin-thrifty homemaker
takes a special care to keep them
under control. To this end, the
nutritionists advise cutting or slic
ing citrus fruit as near as possible
to serving time.
If breakfast citrus juice is
squeezed the night before as a time
saver, keep it cold and cover...!
remembering that the less air space
incre is between juice and con
tainer top, the better for vitamin
C. With these precautions, citrus
juice will lose little of its most
valuable vitamin, even if stored
for 24 hours.
Besides serving as sweets, or
anges and tangerines have possi
bilities as sweeteners. Homo
omists suggest, for example: In
orange gelatin desert, if nninn
sections are used in addition in
orange juice sugar called for may
be reduced a third or even a half.
Ana lor those who like a su,.,,t
salad, orange bits or slices mixed
with slaw or combined with grated
carrot provide the touch of sweet
ness without rationed sugar.
Family Have First
Reunion in Ten Years
The family of Mr. and Mrs.
George W. Hendrix, of Newport
News, Va., formerly of Waynes
ville, held a reunion last week, the
nrst time the members of the fam
ily had been together in ten years.
tnose present included the par
ents, Mr. nd Mrs. r. l. Heiulrix
of Waynesville. Mrs.
erwood, of Canton, Mr. and Mrs.
l. m. Powell, of Richmond. Va.
Lt. and Mrs. Gordon E. Hendrix
ot han Antonio, Texas. Jack Hon
drix and Miss Maxine Hendrix
ooin at Home.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank all our friends
and relatives for their kindness
and the many flowers given us
through the illness and death of
our beloved husband and father.
Mrs. John Warren and Son.
LIQUID, TABLETS, SALVE, HOSE DROP
CAUTION USE ONLY AS DIRECTED
Lt. Gordon E. Hendrix
Discharged From Navy
Lt. (j.g.) Gordon E. Hendrix. son
of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Hen
drix. of Newport News, Va for
merly of Waynesville, is spending
several days here with his brother
nooert L. Hendrix.
Lt. Hendrix. a
.. . .. ... "I"' '
1 cuiior oi tne Waynesville Moun-
unneer, wno enlisted in the navy
in February, 1938, as an appren
tice seaman, worked his way up
" uie navy to a commissioned of
ficer. He has served in al! parts
of the world. He was in the At
lantic theater for two years and
in uie Faeilic theater for six years
After is enlistment in the navy
Lt. Hendrix was sphi tr, M..c.ii.
va., for his boot training and then
assigned to sea duly. He has been
constantly at sea since 1939, with
me exception of time out to attend
special naval schools.
He first served on the U.S.S. El-
let, DU-jHo, and several transports
the Inst being the U s s n,,. ...i
He plans to make his home in San
Aiiionio. texas. His wife and small
daughter accompanied him here
ior a visit to relatives.
Rayon is threatening tn rrnuM
cotton from its strongest peace
time market the automohil.. tiro
T. J. Pearsall of Battleboro is
president of the State Farmers
ATHLETES FOOT GERM
HOW TO KILL IT FOR 35o
Rrqiiii-t-H n strong penetrating ,m,MW
v.....,.-, ..inir.n, hp sure jour tr.'Htuieut
rum;,,,! ;,i ii'iist 80 (See lubol. ) W.
BlIL'IM'MI I l 111 IT ..it.t ,i in- tl, ,n It I, Hi.-I,
TH.VI'KS. Kwl it Uke iu.J.l.'"'Mul .truir
a Hinall Bupplj- jut nr
,.... ui .?i,,iin . juiK more.
Having been appointed dealer for
in Haywood County - I can now
take your order for the . . .
Deliveries are expected to start
Will be at the building site near
Spears Inn almost every day
CANTON WILLYS 0.
CARL GREEN, Owner
Near Spears Inn Park StreetCanton, N. C.
- . ' "' i owl'" 9 lTUK diore. mmmm
Sgt. John J. Williams
Discharged From AAF
!!Hng and Loan
Edgar Burnett, et ux to Ander
son Husky, et ux.
Edgar Burnett, et ux to Wilson
Burnett, ct ux.
Robert H. Brown, et ux to James
Howard Pressley, et ux.
Roy Haynes, et ux 1 n Rnv
Haynes, et ux.
Etta Proctor, et al to J. J. Fer
guson. Jessie Moody Jolly, et al to C. F.
J. J. Ferguson, et ux to W. S.
Underwood, et ux.
Board of Missions of the Methn
dist Episcopal Church South C.r.
poration to J .W. Harbison, et ux
Wachovia Bank to Floyd Miller
T. L. Green, guardian to C. F
Dixie Campbell to J. N. Williams.
Mary Gibson to Earl Caldwell.
Frances Liner Williams, et vir
to Dixie Campbell.
G. C. Clark, et ux to Roy Wilson,
T. C. Norris, et ux to T. V.
Hannah, et ux.
Claude D. Medford, et ux to
John D. Medford.
Charlie Grasty, et ux to Baxter
Sherrill and Daisy Sherrill.
J. P. Francis, et al to Ben Kirk-
patrick, et ux.
J. G. Rogers, et ux to Garrison
Parris, et ux.
Ansel Medford and Derry Med
ford to Clara Medford Hendree.
H. B. Milner, et ux to Clarence
W. Moore, et ux.
H. B. Moody, et ux to Cora I
Sergeant John J. Will
Mr. and Mrj. Frank R. Williams,
of Lake Junaluska, has been dis
charged from the service after
more than four years in the armv.
He volunteered in January, 1942,
in the Army Air Corps and at
tended the Armv Administratinn
school, after which he was sta
tioned at Luke Field, Ariz.
He served ovpr nnp va n,iu
the MediterraneanAir Forces in
"aiy and before returning home
he attended the UniversJtv of Flor
Sgt. Williams is
pean theater. One brother T.a rru
Williams, was recenlty discharged
from the service and another
brother, Sgt. Frank
Jr., is still listed as missing in
action following a bombing mission
Before entering the service Sgt.
Williams was Erradnaro '
Blanton's Business college and was
employed by the L. A. White and
Company, of Asheville.
Moody to Hazel Kuykendall.
tsies Wyatt, et ux to Town of
Mrs. C. DeHart to Columbus O
James, et ux Ruth James.
Clarence W. Moore, et ux to
Horace B. Moody.
Joe N. Tate, et ux to G. C. Clark
C. N. Allen, et ux to Allpn trio
and Gordia Bradley Finger.
k. Faimer, et ux to Alvin
raimer, et ux.
T. H. Rogers, et ux. pf alinr t
Reece, et ux.
V. M. Rhea, et ux to F F. Wnri,
Maggie Pilkineton tn Aihrf t
Phillips, et ux.
T. C. Norris. et ux tn
noDinson, et ux.
R. P. Prevost. et nx fn Tnp t
Scruggs, et ux to Helen Rogers
Horace Duckett. et ux to Wadp
Brown, et ux.
White Oak Township
J. C. Ferguson, et ux to Berdpll
To Builders and Others
o Plan to Buy Lumber
New Federal Government Regulations
require that, after January 31 all manu
facturers and distributors of construction
lumber must reserve a large percentage
of their stock to be sold only on rat
ings granted by the F e d e r a 1 Housing
Priorities on Building Materials are with
Brick, Tile and many other items are
included with lumber.
If you plan to build or need any mater
ials in the near future, it will pay you
to let us help you file the applications
necessary to obtain a rating under
which you can buy.
Materials are scarce. We are eager to
release all we can obtain to the people
who desire to build in this section.
Let us file your appplication at once.
MARK GALLOWAY, Owner