The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 4, 1946 · Page 6
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL <1, 10<10 rope Wanes for Of Wave ?4 Persons 'Missing lit Hawaiian Area; Secrch Continues EBEKHAKT , Corrts»on4eal v HONOLULU, April 4. (UP)—The search continued today for 1M per- sons'stUl misstong following Monday's disastrous tidal waves, but Array and Navy officials held out little: hope that ony of them would be found alive. , - Total dead and missing was 192, »'illC 98 known dead, 450 injured andean estimated 10,00 left homeless:- There were 87 known dead in the'.Hnwailan Islands, 10 drowned in the Aleutians and one in California. All 94 missing are from the'Ha- Waiian area. Tliey were presumed to t» pinned beneath the wreckage of beach homes or washed out to Surface craft and flying boots scoured the seas off the Hawaiian coaiil (n search of survivors ,uut officials were doubtful that any of the *nilssuig could have remained afloat • this long. ' 'Military and civic agencies cared for'refugees left homeless by the seismic waves that swept across tlie broiii Pacific from the U. s: mainland" to Japan and from the Aleutians to the-coast of Chile.' the waves were touched off by .earth- quaXes in the Aleutian deep off the coast of Alaska. .Small tidal ; waves, believed-to have been the result of the Pacific disturbances, washed against • the east 'and north coasts of New,Zealand and Australia yesterday, the Australian radio reported. No damage . resulted but in some-place: -waves eight feet high swept ui rivers from the coasl. Federal housing director J. Sto well Wright anil Oov. Ingram Stain back both set in motion program for quick release of building mater la)s"t and surplus military supplie to speed rehabilitation in Hawa: where property damage was unof ficially estimated at between 000,000 and 420,000,000. At San Francisco, regional US' headquarters ' revealed that on USO club was destroyed complete ly and three others badly damage In 'the Hawaiian Islands by. th tidal waves. USO regional dlrecto Harold B- Allen said USO losse in thei islands were estimated a »iod,ooo. • • (Allen said the.Hilo LfSO clu was completely washed away, vta\ the Mokuleia and • Punaluu club- where hundreds of thousands servicemen spent leisure hours i ing the war, suffered severe damage and loss of furniture. All furniture-in iheJKaUua club of H»wail was washed out and an eight- inch layer of sand was deposited on the ftoorl" (Hone oT the 33 USO overseas p?l.Hii^»Cl jtatkmed in the islands was, iitjflred, Alien'said.) "fix long, exposed beaches of the islah# of Hawaii were hardest hit. APTIST "WOMAN'S SOCIKTV MKKTS fbe Baptist Woman's Missionary jciety met at tli« Church, Tues- ay afternoon. \The. meeting was M4 by singing "Leaning on the 'erlasting Arm" and was followed ' a. prayer by Mrs. Charlie Evans. During trie business meeting, re- orls were heard from chairmen ol ie standing committees. It was an- ounced that April will be observed i "Hospital Month." Mrs. Charlie Evans, n forme, ember, was enrolled as a nev/ ember. The meeting was closed with rayer by Mrs. Walter Wood, Mrs. Charlie Edwards was hostes. «• (lie social hour. She was assist. •d by Mrs. W. E. Allison. An Baser motif was carried out in the la ie decorations will, a centcrpicc. f a. basket filled with colored Ens eggs and Easter rabbits stir ounded by green grass. Place card •ere religious Easter cards with an aster greeting. Don, Rutledge, -of FayettevillL >n;i . who Ui a. patient at the Ken iedy Hospital In Memphis-, was isltor Saturday In Mi.s. J. I. Mif flui's-home where he live<l wlill inployed by the United States Go\ rhincnt Pl(;et as engineer on th rftssissiput Hlver In 1939. Mr. Rutledge went 'through th ntirc Eurpix^an theater of wa vithoutibelng wounded, but he was urt' after the war 1 while exploring Civilian Status •or Chaplains 's Suggested WASII1NOTON, April 4. fUP> — \nny chuiilalns .should lie 1 flvlllHiis, lol ofutuTS, a lonnor' m;isU'r SIT- cnnl lold Hie Army's isrlpe Iward ' •eslcrday.' gulf between them .should be discouraged. Euclid 1 the board heactl charges thai enllsto:! men stayed away from religious services because chaplains were officers 'and thought in officers' terms. iiu'ine "I'd address of the Exi'CtiUjr »f Administrator; No. 1725. Estate of Elizabeth Wnshlnelon Dowell, deccHscd. Letters of Administration Issued to H. C, Campbell, ulytheville, Arkansas, on March 29, 1940.' No. ma. Estate of Retha Dowell, deceased, hellers testamentary Is- FHA Lifts Ceiling The ban was not lifted for contractors building homes for sale to non- LITTLE ROCK, A,k. r April 4. veu ' l: "> s ' D "»lel * M (UP) —The $10,000 ceiling on homes! ' for veterans was lifted by the Federal Housing Administration yesterday. ' v W. S. Daniel,,state FHA dircc- to Frank C. Douglas Blylhe- '• tc "'' s:lid here Ulilt hc lla(1 vll)c. Arkansas, on March 29. 19« a wl !' e fl '°'" lhe Washington liead- ' oimu.1 nnd a OI for 3 1-2 years. SBU1 Die c.ill.stcd man feels Ho c.m- r o , ioi sit clown will, an office,- »ml *"' sas ami mlnu-de,. I.Ls 1,-onblcs. Suggesting Unit pei'sonnr-l In-liic sjH'ctor cunernr.'i department also should be dvlllnns, ho said the uvor- NOTKJK OF ACCOUNTS OK 1CX- KCdTORH AND TOKS FI1.KI). Notice is hereby given Uiat'((tiling I " witi'ie's.s'Ti'y"'liaiicf n's"ucl"' Clerk ' 1"" rl <. r!i Imln 8 llle celling whine the month of March, l!M(i 1,110 fql- ; lm | Hie seal of said CourC this the ! " s ' lccial permission" can be given. lowing accounts of Executors and j.,t day of April, 1946. I T. W. POTTER (Clerk) i Uy Elizabeth Blythe Deputy Clerk'. 4-4-46 Administrators liuve been (lied, for fur Chlckasawb-i Coun y, A., I '' : ,"' ™ ' •ights arc or where to complain If they are violated. "I had been In the Army a year jefoj'e I found out that the Inspector general did anything besides go around hunting for roaches," he told Iii some piirnsllic insects, several hundred individuals may hatch Into of Sam Clayton, ileceaepd. 1 cu ; from one single teg. 1U04. First uiul f'iniil report (if 11 led executrix. No L .'Frances Sanders March 0, 194C. of Huark M. Westmoreland, deceased. No. S57. First nnd Fimil report of Mrs. J. 13. Westmoreland, Administratrix, filed March 28, 194fl. All persons interested in the set- "It P»r- to AdvertW SCOTT ALLEY SIGNS Kind*. Head Courier News Wiint Ads. The first mortgage, written in liubylonia in 430 H.C., called for paymen', in raisins. Read Courier News Want Ads. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Let us figure your bill of materials or the total Contract, including labor. WALPOLE ELECTRIC CO. Phone 3371 a bombed building ilih. that collapsed on newsmen after his appearance before the board. Kendall said he denounced the Army's "(log robbing" system under which, he said, one GI was assigned an ortierly for fvery three officers in Ills outfit. "H that rate is typical It means 300.000 orderlies were drafted unnecessarily," he said. JCxcepl in imusual circumstances, Kendall said, there Is no reason why tluj taxpayers should be saddled with expenses for riei'sonal service for officers. "Even a general, under some circumstances, can shine his own .shoes," he said. Kendall etnphast/ed that he did not want to destroy all distinction between olltccr.s and enlisted men but .said the belief there is a soela 1 , tlement of any of the above estates lire hereby warned to file exceptions thereto, If any have they, on or before the sixtieth day lojldwing the filing of the representative account's, failing which they will, be uarred forever from excepting to he accounts. • Witness my hand as Clerk and the st'af of said Court thi-j the 1st'day of April, 1940. T. W. POTTER (CJcrk)' • By Elizabeth Blylhe, D. C. •i-4-46 He told of constructing the first ilghway and railroad bridges over the Rhine Hiver in Germany. phis, for the past month has ,?turned home. - NEW ESTATES ON WHICH ADMINISTRATION HAS BKivN COMMKNCEI). Notice is hereby given that Ihe following Is a list of estates of deceased persons upon which letter.s testamentary or of administration were granted during the month of March, 1346. with the dale of tho granting of such letters and the •Mrs. H. B. Price of Tupelo, Miss., arrived Monday for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Allie Spnnn while Mr. Price" has gone to the eastern markets. She was accompanied uy Noble Hunt, a former Lnxoran. who Us visiting friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Mikulencak have returned from a month's visit to relatives in San Antonio, Texas and Gon-/.ales. Mexico. Me. Mikulencak will report to Camp Chaffee, Fort Smith, Ark., in the next 10 days, for assignment for overseas duty. , ML and Mrs. T. L. Stanford and sons/Tommy and George, spent the weekend in Dermott, Ark., the guests of Mrs. Stanford's parents, Mr., and Mrs. U. C. Biirnettc, for a family reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Rob Hoy Lake, of Memphis, spent Sunday with Mrs. Lake's mother, Mrs. R. T. Ballew. Miss Ann Claire Wltkins, of Shreveport-, La., .who is a student at pelhaven vCollege. Belhaven. Miss., spent her spring vacation ns the guest of Miss Christine.Culvert. Mr. \ind Mrs. J. T. ConneV Sr. and. soils; J. T. jr. and Billy, have re- .turned from Lelghton, Miss., where th«y were called because of the serious UUiess of Mrs. Conner's father, Joe South. Mr. and.Mrs. Elmo Campbell of Turn Chicks into 'CHECKS* , with Scientifically Balanced INTERNATIONAL POULTRY FEEDS « helpless women and chil*en vAth If when it receded putibeyond the treacherous, razor- short} coral reefs. '' ! Miss Marsue McGinnis, Columbus, O '»• 21-year-old school teacher »ho'.7was rescued olt Hawaii after floating nine hours on a lot. said hen-little seaside cottage "seemed to fall apart" when the wave struck. She said she saw her two friends, Pay-Johnson, Vlnton, V»., and Hel-, tnXJngseed. Sidney, O,, "caught In the "Swirling water and go down altiott immediately. . • '• "Neither of them could swim, she-said, " and I'know they must ' While* jTo.aftng in the water, Miss McQinnis said.\he saw iVrveral. children disappear beneath 'the angry sea nearby. She was helpless to save them, she said. '•:'• OGDHW; Utah. (UP)—Tl« Army has announced that a field print- Ing plant will be placed In op«ra : tion about May 1 in the Utah Army Service Forces Depot here to sup ply Army installations throughout the West nnd the Pacific. The 11 presses in the plant, with a capacity of 3,000,000 impressions a week[ will turn out forms to be used by adjutant general staH members, including those occupying Japan arid, Korea Time You'll Need These Handy Helpers! These are a few of-the many items we now have in stock to aid you in Spring Cleaning and gardening Just Right for rfiose Ofla JODS SCRATCH REMOVER and Survivors told home tlie huge, St. l/juls, Mo., arc visiting Mrs. jrew wall of water swirled In. I CampbeU'^ sisters. Mrs. H. W. SUHIIII smajfaed cottages into kindling w-ood [ a ,,d Miss Florence Rush for a week. S. C.-Ingram of Memphis. Tenn, who has recently been discharged froiu the Army, is visiting Marvin Spann Wilson lit his home with his grandmother, Mrs. Allie Spann. Mr. and Mrs. Oharlip Evans, who moved to Tupelo, Miss., two years ago, have returned .to Luxora and are at home in the R. N. Forbes' residence. Charles B. Wood III, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Wood II, who hns been In the Baptist Hospital, Mem- —- ^ Speed •QM^ '** * t ^% " •* T'V- ' <p i a*i * -/^ Sturdy GroWth'MTthav-- INTERNATION ft L '.''.j COMMUNITY Starter & : Grower We Specialise in Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Seed'and Plants Wholesale or Retail Blytheville Curb Market 130 E. Main Phone 973 RADIO REPAIR 1 and 2 day Service on mar m»ke or model Reji»bte W<vkmansM 2642 W* Call for and Deliver ; _ Fred Collihor, ApvHtaee <k ^ fi-_ -i , , •• uu mot 106 So. First St. fro Get Plenty of. Top-Quality Eggs-... .^eed; INTERNATIONAL Special Egg Producer (ALL MASH RATION) INTERNATIONAL POULTRY RUBBISH BURNER Your rubbish disposal problems are over. No ; more danger from. burn-. ing paper flying 'around '•; when you own 1 this sturdy, light weight rubbish -burner. 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Popular plastic hose nozzle for years of steady tervice. Ail]UBti and hold? misly spray to full stream. LAWN SPRINKLE* Garden V-SPRINKLER Throws it» spray over 40 ft. nrc. Cast iron base with plastic nozzle. Sprinkles up to 25 ft. Attractive appearance. Ennmel finish on all-steel. Will not cl6jj. PLANTERS HARDWARE CO., Inc.* Phone 515 126 West Main

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