MCE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIKRNEWS WKDNKSDAY, APKIJ, 10, 1040. Apartment Fire Takes 8 Lives Policeman is Among Victims At Boston Early This Morning BOSTON, April 10. fUPt— Eight wrsoiis. including a heroic pollce- BV«n perished, five were Injured and ^pre than 75 (led to safety in nlglit ctpthes early today when fires— H'hlch may have been set—broke out in swift succession in four Back Bay ^partment houses. The alarms for the fires were spunded within -15 minutes of each other beginning at 5:15 a.m. Most serious blaze was in the eight-apartment Colonial Chambers on Belvldere street. This, like those (hat 'followed, started in basement Promised Land Group Meets On Wednesday A meeting of the Promised Lund Home Demonstration Club WHS held Wednesday, \vltl) Mrs. Odlse Jarrcti presiding. The Home Demonstration Club Creed \vas snld in unison. Miss Cora Lee Coleimin. liomc demonstration agent, (jive the devotional. Each member answered the roh call by giving the definition of home. Miss Corn Lee Colcmnn, home demonslratlon agent, discussed the (wo leaflets. "Garden Insect Con irol" ami "Use of DDT." During the social hour the game "Do You Know the Women of the Bible" was played after which refreshments were served by Mrs. j Cdlse Jairclt assisted by her mother. ! Thrift garments were brought by | the. following people: Mrs. Jarrclt Imd a bonnet made from a flour Agriculture Students Will Vie In Contest Announcement was iniulc today by E. G. Standcfcr, teacher of agriculture of the local department of the North East District. Judging Contests to be held Friday at State College, Jouesboro. Tlie contests will be open to all regularly enrolled students nf Vocational Agriculture who are i[u:i fled F.F.A. members In Bond stand- Ing. Contests will be held In Dairy. General Livestock and Poultry Judging. Contests In Farm Shop (Tool Identification) will also lie A public speaking contest with 1 one entry from each P.P.A. chapter will be carried out In conjunction Frank S. Kimmel Cited For Service Frank s. Klmnicl has received official commendation fo' 1 meritorious civilian .service for outstanding |>crforinance ol duty. The citation reads: "In recognition of Ills outstanding achievements as field buyer for the War Department. His untiring efforts In the successful operation of the Co-ordinated Procurement Program have contributed materially toward the successful prosecution of the war," Prior to the war. Mr. Klmnicl was Sales Manager of nlylheville Canning company. During the war, he purchased canned goods for the Wiu- Department from canrvcrs. In Tennessee, Kcntuck and eastern Arkansas- Mr. Kimmel Is now manager or the Slllwell Canning Com, Stilwcll, Okla. The WARNING ORDER defendant, Bessie (Bclty't Mae Hammonds, Is hereby warned to appear in li»c Crancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, William D. Hammonds, filed against her In said court, cnse No. 9533, and upon her failure 80 t<; do, said complaint will lie taken as confessed. Witness my hand as clerk of said court and the seal thereof this 2nd day of April, 1946. HAUVEY MORRIS, Clerk I5y Mary Lee Jarratt. Held, Evrard & Roy Altys. for Plnlntift, Oscar Fcndler Ally, ad Lllem. 4|3-10- 17-24 years last past; and tliul the under- sinned lias never been convicted of YloKUIng the laws of this slate, or any other stale, relating to the sale of alcoholic Illinois. Mrs. c. S. Cavey. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9 day of April, 1940. Samuel F. Morris (Seal) Notary Public. My Commission expires Sept. 8, 1046. rubbish. Bodies of seven dead were I made found in bedrooms on the third and "'"''"' fourth floors. Three children and one adult perished in one apart- picnt and three adults in another. rjamage to the low-story building » r as set at $10,000. Tlih ty-five occupants escaped, but five were hurt. Patrolman Robert Mahsr of the South End station sacrificed his life to. arouse the sleeping occupants of t,he Colonial Chambers. Discovering the fire, he entered the building to spread the alarm and somehow became locked inside. Trapped, he leaped from v. third floor window, receiving injuries from which he (lied at a hospital. Two occupants of the building were hospitalized. Miss Susan M:i- J^pncy, -30. suffered third-degree sack. Mrs. llardln brought, a dress with the Judging contests. Awards frcnn a white suck dyed inai/e. Mrs, Everett Davis brought will be made to Individual winners as well as an award to the chapter the following (nines: White |)ll- j producing the winning teams, low cases made from sugar sacks | The local F.F.A. Pre.s:,;enl Eugene with whil c embroidered scallop, a ' Lalluc announced the following luncheon cloth with wnlcr lily de- teams to enter as representatives sign nppllqi'ed in yellow and green, of the Wilson chapter: a luncheon cloth 'with fruit basket j Dairy Judging: Jimmy Vcrnon. nppliqucd made from a cotton sccd.Orvllle Vaughn, W. J. Alexander; sack, and a dress made from short sack will) a blue bow Knot upplinued on it. The next meeting will be held April 17 at the home of Mrs. Everett Davis. burns and was reported in critical cpnditlon. David Delay, 4. was pain- ' fully hurt when he jumped from a third-floor window. Soon after this fire, another started.' m n four-story apartment block on nearby Irvingfon street. A score of persons escaped unassisted and Unharmed and this blare was quickly controlled with loss of only about f),OOO. Next, three alarms were sounded lor a 'fire in two four-story apartment buildings, one of which was vicant, on HunLlngtou avenue. Twenty occupants of the other escaped. Fireman Frank A. Qunlls was injured by shattered glass. Dam jige was about $20,000. Arkansas Ranks High In Number of Tree Farms I/TITLE ROCK. Alk.. April 9. (UP)_The State of Arkansas ranks second in the country in the number of tree farms, according lo Information received by the Resources •uul Development Commission here todav. Alabama leads with 303 farms, and Arkansas is second with 357. The tree fnnn program, slnrlcil in 1912. is sponsored by the forest industries to perpetuate the country's forests. General Livestock: Wv\yne Bus- scy, Ira Crawford, Hlchard Klh- dge; Poultry: Henry Alexander. Albert atham Farm Shop: Eugene LaRue, Alex Joble: Public Speaking: Lester Hale Jr. Study has teen In progress for the he has been stationed. He' will into training for a storekeeper. Men In Service Mr. and Mrs. Guy Burks received word this morning that Iheiv son, Guy Burks Jr., seaman second class, jiipd been transferred to shoemaker, Calif., from San Diego, where IRRITATIONS OF EXTERNAL CAUSE rScr.cuuv. acne imupk-s, BimpU* riiiKvmi tf:1 (LT, HIlll rlLClllll, blllllp.1 (IjllHlkllC'.H ninl uply Ijrokcri-out skin. Millions re- lievo itching, Imrning ttml Forciir'sa of inent. lllack ami Wliilo Omluicnt, KOI to \york nt once. Aids he:iiinc, works tlio [mtiKt'ptio wuy. 25 years success. , lllr -3e, 5Uc Eiies, tPurclmsc iuic« louiudci if you'rt) not BMisfivd. Uso only t»a di icctcd. Vital in ctciuiainj' i.-i K»t»d wuip. Knjoy Diaok mid WhKo Kkin SOHII dully. Scout Troop Takes Hike Langc Cilil Scout Troop No. 2 went on a six-mile hike Saturday, climaxed with a picnic on the grounds of Dogwood Ridge Club House. The Troop was divided Into three, groups with Mary Jo Kalon as leader of the first group; June Stlrcs, second, and Billy Sue Burks, third. The first group was In charge of games, and took food. Group Two made the lire and the third group gathered fire material and furnished cold drinks. Is In evidence by all members of tho :ontests and a great deal of interest loc'il chapter. NOTICE Notice Is hereby ei.'cn Hint the undersigned will within the time fixed by law apply to the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas tor a permit to sell beer at relail at 434 W. Ash, Blythcvllle, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he is a cltl/.cn of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no: license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five New Liberty New* Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Aycock and sons Dale and Bobby of Parma, Mo. were guests a few days of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Aycock and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williams and Mrs. J. C. Williams spent (he weekend in Jackson. Tenn., with Mr ami Mis. Paul Pittmaii. Mis. Pitt man Is the daughter of Mr. aiu •Irs. Williams. R. D. Nash, seaman first class, who is stationed in bun Diego; Jallf., Is visiting his parents, Mr. vnd Mrs. W. A. Nash and family. ' Mr. and Mrs. Klbert Williams and daughter, Peggy, of Clarkton, Mo., were Sunday guests of relatives. II. L. Marshall and daughter, Mrs. Pearl Hill, of Steele, Mo., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Stcvensoji. Mrs. Parker Uassicly has returned lo her home at Catron, Mo., after visiting her purenls, Mr. and Mrs. P. 13. Jarratt, and other relatives. Mis. J. V. Epperson Is ill at her home. Read Courier News Want Ads. YOU NEED MORE THAN FIVE FINGERS to rrlirrvetlry-sr-uljiiti-liing. You m (it (lie leal titlp of MoroKne J Injr Tonic. It aids natural oils; River Washed Sand - Gravel also Good Sandy Dirt for Fitls ' Phone C. R. HESTER North Highway 61 . Lflraf & Long Distance Moving Gatiiiiflt«n.t Uilp »nd equipment, Ada- rfiialely Insured. Comract Hauling and Misc. Serrlcci. Home Service & Storage Co. I'hOtn 2801 EASTER <^ SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY COOKIE SHEET A high quality aluminum ' , . . cookie sheet, size' U'/j x I5'/ 2 inches. Light weight, only 15'«z. yet sturdy and practical. 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