The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 7, 1944 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 7, 1944
Page 3
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'TUESDAY, Labor Problem ion Near Arkansas Compresses May Get Additional Prisoners Of War LITTLE .ROCK, Nov. 1 (UP) — Arkansas colton men believe that • (he tight .labor, situation In the stoic's colton compresses, which fprcl ra the closing of many of them lust: month, Is' Hearing an end, Colonel Dan ' B. ''Byrd. intcrniil security -officer o/ the Eighth- Service Command, was to confer with officials' of .the War Manflowtr Commission nnd cotton comprcks ami • oil' mill representatives at Little Rock today as to the number .of additional prisoners of wir needed to work in the ' plants In this area. Compress mi'd oil mill officials" believe that' If flic State 'is granted more> prisoner of war lab'or IHeir plants wltl be able to take care of the current- cotton, crop. Use of prisoners was made possible: 'after insurance' companies were" persuaded .by Stabilization Director James F. Byrnes lo, pei> irijt 'compress" owners to use pris- ohers:and sllll retain insurance prd- tectl&n. Such labor was previously forbidden by-Insurance companies. Cotton' men say''there aren't enough prisoners in Arkansas to supply • the • needs of compresses, But colon elByrd will survey tlie needs; and is expected to attempt to . have the required number assigned to-Arkansas. (ARK,) COUK1EU NKV3 to Cape Girardeixu, Mo., where she Js R student, utter spending 10 days with her mother, Mrs. Opal Me- Cami in. Cooler. 1'vl. niul Mrs. Glenn Everett ami children mid Miss Billy Jean Ncal nl Detroit, Mich., arc visiting with friends and relatives, Mrs. N. Koury and daughter, Miss. OUjn Koury, niirt her .50)1, Philllj) Koiiry ' returned from li business trip to New York. Mrs. John Smith has (joiie to Sioux Falls, S. D., to make her home while her husband, Private Smith Is stationed there; Mrs, Buddie Neal lias returned lo-Steele after ia brief visit with her husband, Private Neal, who is ilalioiied at Damp Hrod, Texns. Mrs; I-citcr Graham has arrived to resume her duties as principal of (lie Slscle grammar School. Mrs. Gralinin, the former Miss Hnxc) McAclams, has been In Aballne, Texas. Enri Dim' Is recovering from 11 fall suffered 10 days ago when he feu from a box car, sustaining a broken rib and a back Injury. Hc• moved to the lilylhcville iiospittil, he Is Improving. Vote Investigators May End Work Friday LITTLE HOCK. Nov. 6 (UP)—Iii- SteeleNews Staff Sergt. L. E. Coleinan .relumed to Cntnp Beiinirig, On., nfter spending' his 15-day furlough with his parents, Air. and.'Mrs. Carl Coleinan of Cooler. James R.- Hazel, g. hi. 3-c in the V. S. Const. Guard, has returned to his base In New Orleans, La., ' after spending n brief leave with Ms parent--:, Mr. and Mrs. C c Hazel. Warren Wallace, seaman 1-c, left Thursday lo return to Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H., after spending his seven-clay. leave 'with his parents;' Mr. and Mrs. Atln's Wallace and family. , Lieut. Leon Earts has returned to Camp Cook, Calif., after spending a brief leave here with his family. '•' MlSs Helen McCann has returned You're Not Too Old" To Feel Young This Is a message for men who have known life but no longer I hut It thrilling because of the lack of certain, vitamins and hormones. Tranone,.a recent medical discovery combining vitamins and 'hormones may multiply the .vim anrf zest and enjoyment you orice knew. Tbiir whole, approach, 'your whole :;attitude tj' t^wardiUIo, may ^improy .when you begin''to use Trb'mone. N.ow it, may be possible for middle aged : men to again enjoy the same spirit, vitality and pleasures that made their youth a thing to remember. Added years may not subtract from your pleasures when you use Tromone, the new medical for- muk combining vitamins and hormones. Follow directions. on label. Trornone for sale by Robinson Drug Co. and druggists everywhere. American Bcinks To CoOperate In Loan Drive NEW YORK, NOV. 1 (UP)— The United States Treasury 1ms decided to tnke some of the jingle-jangle out of Mr. oiid MI*. .America's pockets, There are only two weeks ietl until the opening of the Sixth War Loan Drive. And treasury officials have completed plans to soil Individual Americao.s 1 jil least five Milieus worth of tlie H billion dollar bond in the war loan campaign, American' bunks. Imvc been asked lo get behind the drive In n new ' v »y. urging their caponiers lo vcstigato'rs 'for the U, S. Senate Campaign Expenditures Investigating Committee hope to complelc their Job of checking some 400 ballot boxes used in Arkansas' rfcrnt primary elections by Frldny. So far,- the investigators sny they have found lltMc evidence of fraud, but much evidence of carelessness,in voting and tubulating'. Associate cotnmltlce counsel James J.. nines says he will probably leave Saturday for Washington, where ho will present the full tabulations to the investigating committee. Even After This Happens, American Women Can't Relax Even after Killer Hitler himsclj throws in the sponge, American iconicn musl not rcinx on saving nsutl juts in their kiirluiis. Derauac it's lilt; Jn/is, not llm Germans, tcliii still hava those, territories in lite Pacific thai iisftl In supply -us with one billion itouuds a year! Our fal stili'tigc job isift done until ice blast the Nips inn. •" ' ' A'.-'t^F.*'-* vi ^- ^^ *i>>- ' In the meantime, every iln>j> 'oj'i'isciVfals is urgently needed lit help make the to'ns i>j•munition's, medicines, s\niltetii: rubber rind sotijis that nre needed for fund victory. So lump saving until J'-J Diiy! Remember, the. gtirern- meiil gives yon 2 jree red jtoints for every jtottnd. 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