The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 2, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 2, 1944
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THURSDAY, -NOVEMBER- 2, 194-1 Chinese Paper Raps At Chiang • Government-Accused Of Being Corrupt and Ineffective "Birmrr By United Press *•*•;•' A Chinese newspaper article sharply criticized Chiang Kalmuck's government hns cleared ("rough Chungking censorship. The article, appearing In the \untmii Dally News published at Kunming raps the Chungking Government for what it calls "corruption, ictrentism and ivaltlnglsm." Reply to charges by a Chinese Army newspaper that Yunnan province was guilty of "provincialism," the paper said that might be more beneficial to China than "Fascism." It added: "China belongs to her people and not to any particular person or family." The StMwell incident also is tack in the news. '.The Canadian ambassador to China, Major General Victor Odium, says General Stilwell's recall .will "undoubtedly relieve Jlie slt- liStlon iii the Fur East." Odium BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.). COURIER NEWS ndds: .. , "Silhvell is' 'a''first' class'fighting man, but h c hasn't the capacity to get along with men such as hns been shown by Genera! MncArthur and General Elsenhower." In Pittsburgh today, Under-sec- rctary ot Wai- Patterson sntd Sttl- well is an "excellent general" uncl ('.efinitely "not In disgrace." He fidded: "General Stilwel! Is one of the outstanding men of the wnr, and he will be given nn important assignment." United Press War Correspondent Wnrrell Derrlgnn, Jnst back from the C13I theater, ha-s this to say: "General Chiang Kai-Shek demanded General Stilwcll's removal because he feared Stihvell's plans would, strengthen both the .so-called Chinese Communists and Chiang's owiKgcnernls in (he field." He says the generalissimo plagued by dlsscntion in his party doesn't, want to streiithen Kuomlnlang generals for feat they might turn against the crumbling Cliun°kine oram'zation. ° ruled that corrupt practices pledges are not required In general elec- lons. The high court made the ruing In affirming a Sharp chancery decision placing Hie names of three independent calculates for co\my offices on (he Sharp Count;; jnllot for the Nov. 7 general election. Democratic nominees for the county offices had appealed the decision handed clown by Chancellor J. Paul Ward Oct. 27 In an effort to bar the Independent candidates on grounds that the three had failed to file their corrupt practices pledges within the 30 day limit. The independent candidates — whose niimcs will now appear on the Sharp county ballot—are Carey Godwin, candidate for sheriff; Bryan Hutchinson, candidate for county judge, and Glen Horton, candidate for assessor. Supreme Court Holds Pledges Not Required LITTLE ROCK, Nov. 2 (UP) — The Arkansas Supreme Court lias HEAR HON. 0. E. GATES State Representative CONDEMN Un-American AMENDMENT 35 Senator 0. E. Gates knows Val Sherman as an "Out- ol'-State" lobbyist in the slate legislature. Ho willlT- posc him tonight. Over KLCN Friday 5:45 P. M. Vole AGAINST Amendment 35 Of the total /aide of government war orders,' G8 per cent have been for metals and metallic items, according to Uie War Production Board. Turkey Planned ForAllGlsOn : Thanksgiving KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UP) American .soldiers, the world n round, will cat Unkuy ugrtlu Tlumksjjlv- ing rjuy, officers at the Kansiv City nuarternmster depot rcixri'l. Even American pi'lsonrrs of Wfu- in German prison cnmps will share In the national ronsl. For this purpose, turkey already 1ms been pro rcssecl an,) packed into, 12-ounKe cans, \\-hlch will ue shipped to the prisoners by way of Switzerland and distributed, with other good things by the Red crass. Efforts will be made to make the same provision for Americans ii Japanese prison cnmps via Vladivostok, but as Japan Is not a sigmi- toiy of- the Geneva convention there Is no assurance that will be possible. The Quartermaster Corps begai working on plans for (lie Army's Soy, Buddy, Do You Know What This Is? This is an American Legion Emblem thai all veterans of cither world war will) an honorable (iiwharjre are entitled to wear. It represents the greatest organization in the world ... It is your protection ... If you want to know more about if, you are invited to hear JOE HEARNE and his staff explain "THE G. I. HILL W RIGHTS." 5th DISTRICT MEETING Sunday, Nov. 5th AMERICAN LEGION HUT BlyHteville, Ark. CHURCH 11 A. M Dinner 12.. Band Concert Business 1 |'. M. Thanksgiving last June! The first ami most Important wk was to make sure there would bo enough to go around. This was accomplished through a> war food administration set-aside order, r'c- ilrlcllin; sale of unxej's until the Quartermaster corps has filled Its requirements. Officers estimate thu 194-1 slnuuh- 'r will reach 4BO million pounds, million pounds more than thai of last year. That figure would assure more turkey per capita for civilian consumption, after needs of service men are met, than was ixcxluccd during the pre-war period »f 1S35 to 1939. Listed on the menu wuls-h will lie served in every mess of tho armed forces in the United Stales Tlintiksglvlng 'nay, and which will IK> following as closely as possible In messes in every overseas theater, arc grapefruit, juice, roast turkey with tlblotsa»cc,sa(!i! dressing mashed potatoes, MrliiB ucans, corn, cranberry sauce, ccelry, ollvw, pickles, hot rolls, butter, pumpkin pie, apples, tonxerlnc's, candy, nuts, coffee, ' 8»Te 60ft OB TRUSSES Steer and Elaatle STEWARTS Drat S t•r• Halo A Lake I'boo* 281Z Now In Our NEW BUILDING Let this be your cordial invitation to visit us in our brand new building. • We have bui It our own modern automobi le showroom and ! repair plant at 12] East Main Street . .' . This new investment shows what we think of the future of the Blytheville trading area. We now have the largest stock of Chrysler products approved parts between Memphis and St. Louis, including new motors to fit any Chrysler-built car or truck from 1935 to 1942. We also have tires and batteries for all model cars. ' - VISIT US-TRADE WITH US ALL REPAIR WORK GUARANTEED T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler and Plymouth Approved Parts and Service DON EDWARDS "The Typewriter M»n" I ROYAL, SMITH, CORONA; AND REMINGTON PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS 118 N. 2nd STREET PHONE 3m (Ewry Trenucllon Murt Be Satisfactory) HEAR STATE SENATOR W. 0. JRBY t EXPOSE AMENDMENT 35 OverKLCN 8:30 A. M.Friday, Nov. 3 SeiuUor Trby is nti otiiicatoi-, farmer, si ale sciialor, mid editor and publisher of one of Iho most pj-oBressive weekly newspaper!) in otu- .slate, lie mill lell Iho Irtitli about Amendment 3C, HS seen by the .country odilov. Vote AGAINST Amendment 35 PAGE nva i WACf Give Donfc DAAP WACi celebrated Halloween Ijy entcrtnlnlng' oi» unti ti'iUnm nl n dance at tliu seivice Club Twsda^glghfc.,,, j. !, „ < -> Muslo wsui'.'lurntahid by • fWe* piece orchestra competed of members of tile 65181-AAF Band and refreshments were available at the snack counter. '. , . . '„,' LOW COST J FEED' -., NTEfi NATIONAL EGG MASH '• Food INTERNATIONAL Egg M«h and nofo the differ. oncfl in Egg production. The more Mash your hent con- ,1 lume, tho more. Egg« produced. Always Feed a iden- l| Mically. balanced ration. ij3_ •_ INTERNATIONAL Egg Maih is scientifically tested' * in our own labbratoriei. The hon coniumos tuck a small ' quantify, of Food pa, year (100 Ibv) that a jmall additional cost per bag makoi only a slight difference in the cost of her Food bill, yot the increased egg production ! ''\ f . pay» an 6*tra profit per hen per year. ' fl' : i INTERNATIONAL Poultry; Fe 8 di are worth all they'l cos> r producing, additional: profit in extra eggs. Go fo - r dealer today.. ...,.- ASK FOR INTERNATIONAL fCG MASH Sec Your Dealer Today % OVER 100 MILLION BAGS ALREADY. SOLD . . -THEY MUST BE GOOD 121 E. Main Phone 2122 Provided By 3 Days Of Legalized Racing for' Arkansas Charity .... and out-of-State Residents Provided 90% of the Total! Through the Efforts of National Commitreewoman Mrs. Jack Carnes of Caiwlcn Last season's three charity days at Arkansas' one and only Legalized Race Meet provided: $21,410.63 for Bundles For America $20,605.07 for American Red Cross 5,673:4] for Ark. Infantile Paralysis Foundation * * Remember, Arkansas would lose all this PLUS Nearly Half a Million Dollars annually so badly needed in tax revenues for our Aged, Blind and Crippled; our Tuberculosis and State Hospitals IF INITIATED ACT NO. 2 is adopted next Tuesday. P.iS8i,so of INITIATED ACT NO. 2 would wreck one of the most important tax revenue .sources Arkansas hns ever had . . . it, would im- medialely work, a direct hardship on every mnn, woman and child within our State l>y curtailing vilnl .services rendered by our Old Age Pensions relief to Crippled Children, aid to the Blind, hoapitalixnlion of Indents' tubercular patients, and deplete funds available for om- State Hospital lor Nervous, UNLESS Arkansas citizens immediately dug deeply in (lieu- pockets mid produced nearly HALF A MILLION DOLLARS in NEW AND ADDITIONAL TAXKS! Don't Close the Door in the Face of our Large, Free-Spending, Wealthy out-of- State Visitors Who Pay the Taxes! \ Let's keep the racing revenue of approximately 5500,000.00 a year for our charities and Old Age pensions by voting this way: AGAINST INITIATED ACT NO. 2 And don't forget . . . Arkansas' huge lax sum provided by legalized racing comes almost entirely from our wealthy visitors from Eastern States. Let's keep them coming to Arkansas . . .and keep them -paying, for the privilege. From a patriotic standpoint, it, is interesting to nqtc that Racing War Relief total for 1944 to date, is $'1,415,000.00 . . . and Arkansas' one annual meet gels credit for a big share of thai, too! It's everybody's business, to VOTK AGAINST INITIATED ACT NO. 2. Don't Drive out-of-State Tax Dollars Away! Vote AGAINST ACT 2 to Retain the Annual Race Meet! Arkansas Tax Conservation Council PYRAMID BUILDING — — — — LITTLE ROCK

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