The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 7, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 7, 1944
Page 5
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TUESDAY, NOV10J1RKH 7, 1944 BLYTHEV1LLBI(ARK.) COURIER NEWS Diplomat Slain in Middle East British Minister Is Victim Of Assassins Near Home In Cairo CAIRO, Nov. 7 (U.P.)—The British resident, minister In the Middle F.nt,l died of enn wounds yesterday shortly after two iissassins fired inl.o his automobile near his home in a Cairo residential district.' The diplomat's chauffeur was '•tiled instantly in the attack am ixjril Moync died soon after lie was taken to a hospital. Witnesses 1 said the gunmen flrec at the British peer and then trlct lo escape on bicycles. An Egyptiai policeman wounded one of the as 6!U];iiHs in a running guii flyhl ti hnjl his escape. The second gun man was seized by n crowd wiilcl threatened to lynch him until [v> lice arrived. The 04-year-old Lord Moync succeeded Richard Casey as resident minister lusl January after serving as hts secretary since August of 1342. Lord Moyne's political career included service as Secretary of Stale of Colonies and as'1941 lender of the House of Lords. He returned to Cairo latt week from 'Athens where he conferred with Foreign Mlnltlcr Anthony Eden on Greek economic and financial needs. Annual Poppy Safe Here firings Total Of $533 Citizens of Blylheville bought lie drive Announced the largcslsalc mnual Poppy Sale held Here Snl- irclny under sponsorship of the American Legion Auxiliary. Mrs. H, L. Halsell, chairman of he drive, announced tile largest, sale of popples in many years such events have 1>ecu held In Blythc- vllle. Mrs. Holsell was assisted- by Mrs. Eddie Burks. Scliool girls sold the red (lowers on the streets, and booths were maintained in both banks and in the postofflce, ns well as at the poppy snle headquarters ill Joe Isaacs Store. A prize of $5 was won by Susie crafton for having collected Hie largest amount of money from the sale of her poppies, while Nitn Rose Castlio was awarded second prize of $3, Lone Oak Women Plan Pie Supper Thursday A pie supper will be given Thursday nlghl, 8 o'clock, at tlic Lone Oak Scliool. sponsored by the women of thai community, 11 was announced today. Proceeds of the affair will go lo- wiird maintaining the hot lunch project for the school. Driver News Staff Scrgt. James M. Elslander arrived in Driver yesterday to spend | a 30-day furlough with hts wife and his parents. Sergeant Elslander returned recently to Barksdale Reid, La., after many month's service in the Aleutians. BEHORE AND 12 DAYS AFTER STARTING TO USE COLUSA NATURAL OIL AND CAPSULES Thousands o! DOCTORS Are COLUSA Customers NEW YORK. Dr. C. reports (Caso Al zema G ve.iTS. Steadily getting worse. Colusa oil 2nd capsule* used 3 days wim good results ccrnpteiely cleared in '1 weeks". ' <Ca5c B) Poison Ivy entire body. Inlcnsc • itcfiing and swelling, itching stopped almost immediately on sppHcation of Colusa, entirely cleared in 5 days." {Case C) "Athletes foot 15 years couldn't wear • noes for 3 weeks. Entirely cleared in 10 - days." [Other cases) "Leg ulcer 2 years standing cJeated in 3 weeks \vi1h Colusa oil. I havo used Colusa oil on several burns and psoriasis with excellent results." OHIO, Dr. H. repoils (Case A) "Pswiaili on legs, case cleared ot all signs in two : months." tCase B) "r^cpe, Stasis alMm-*' proving. (Case Ct "Leg ulce/'of'several year* novf nearly healed." MARYLAND, Dr. * K. repo/ti (Case A) "Psoriasis—beneficial results. Patient t«- covcicd. (Caje B) "Ringworm, 3 cases, patients recovered. SUMMARY OF CLINICAL REPORT ON 82 CASES poison Ivy or oak, complete cure* were ef- iccled in an average at 5 days." Hfs export staJes, "not in a single caie of 1hii clinical group did I meet with toxic bad effects * * * Fntolerance or flaie-upi * * Cofusa may fac used near 1he eyes v,iithout danger * * * it relieve* Itching quickly. A little of 1he oil covers large areas. It is non-irritating. Soothing to raw and denuded lesions and affected areas, Easily managed into the skin." A eJcctcr who cwns a hospital in Texas rcfjotted under calh 1hat in a clinic of 20 cases or psoriasis, "16 cleared of all lesions completely -in 30 days—4 were 70<Jo clear and continued tre-ilment; lhat out of 40 cases of ecxcrna all but 3 were cleared ol ' all .lesions in 3 weeks to a monlh with - prognosis of the 3 good for recovery, that cut of 11 cases of athletes foot all, save one who did not return tor treatment, were dismissed completely cured—8 lo H . 'days ior acute cases and 3 waeks for ' chronic cases; lhat out of 3 cases of leg ulccTi complete heating resulted in all 3 of Iho cases in a monlh, and in 8 cases of isny ma^dgeu imu uie IMII. Two other doctors maV.e similar glowing clinic reports—one. a United State* Government health physician reporting on 15 cases, end the other a Mexican Government health physfcian reporting on 43 caiet. Thousands of USERS WRITE LETTERS of PRAISE ECZEMA. C. H. S. Color.ido writes "Your product has done wonders for me. This is the lirst time in 40 yesrs my hands have Ca'ifornia, writes ; have been a god- been healed." PSORIASIS, 0. B. "Cofusa oil and < send'to mo. They heated a very bad case of psoriasis They that I have iiad for 30 years. ITCH. F. P. W. Iowa, writ««, "I h«v» b««ri bothered with an itch for over 15 yesrs. Your natural uil completely cleared up my trouble in three weeks, it [s now 3 yean without any comeback. LEG ULCERS. Miss E. T. California writes, "Many peoole have been astonished because my leg nicer finally healed." DRUGGISTS IN 17 STATES REPORT 89 STUBBORN CASES WHERE COIU5A SUCCEEDED AFTER OTHER MEDICINES AND DOCTORING FAILED YES—You can try a SG.OO Iroalment of "Colusa" Natural Oil and capsules (2-ozs. oil ami 100 capsules), on guaranty of your money back if you arc not astonished by quick and pleasing results. Ask the druggist for free information pamphlet, containing pictures of Psori- ,, nsis. liczrma and Leg Ulcer cases, before and after treatment with I "COLUSA," also 'H cose reports by doctors in 11 different states and ^'.stubborn" case reports by druggists of 12 different stales. Colusa Natural Oil and Capsules Are Sold by Kirby Bros, Drug Stores COLUSA REMEDY CO., 1507 N. Witcox Aye., Los Angeles 28, Calif. WI SELL ONIY TO DRUGGISTS AND DOCTORS On all property in Sewer District No. 2 is now due and payable. All Assessments Not Paid By Dec. 1st will be Delinquent. G. W BARHAM Collector By Order of Board of Commissioners, Sewer District No. 2. THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT IS BEING PUBLISHED FOR THE INFORAMTION OF ALL MEMBERS OF OUR ORGANIZATION AND THE PUBLIC: To All Ark-Mo Power Employees: On Thursday of this week many of you will vote in an election being held to determine whether or not you desire to have the C. 1.0. represent you in dealing with the management of the Company. The National Labor Relation Board refuses to permit our working foreman and working combination local managers-servicemen to vote in this election—ALTHOUGH this same Board allowed these men to vote in a similar election for the same purpose in 1942. Your fellow employees now in military service were refused the privilege of voting by mail, therefore, the vast majority of these men will have no voice in making this decision—the decision is yours. DO YOU WANT THE CIO. FOR YOUR REPRESENTATIVE? ARKANSAS-MISSOURI POWER CORPORATION IlLYTfU'-VlLLE, ARKANSAS Novombor 6, 1944 TO ALL EMPLOYEES PARTICIPATING IN THE ELECTION TO BE HELD NOVEMBER 8 and 9, 1944: , /i ; h ' •'••• "• •. ' . ...i This week will the answer to a question that has been oi' gront interest to all of us for more than a year. On the 8th or 9th of Novombor, depending up-r on your location, you will have the opportunity to vote in an election to determine whether you will have for your exclusive bargaining agent the Congress of'Industrial Organizations (C.I.O.) with the sole right to represent you in discussions with your Company in matters vitally..'.concerning your personal welfare; or, whether you want*'-to ; oont-inue"as you-have-in the past,4to>be at liberty to personally'discus's and iron out your own problems as individuals, directly with me or other ofjficrials of the Company. In other words, you will bo voting on'whether b'r hot ypu want a third party to always bo between you and your Company and to makejall decisions for you. (• -••••,•... < You should give serious thought on how you should vote as it bears directly on your welfare and the welfare of those dependent upon you-. The responsibility is placed squarely upon you and your decision should follow the dictates of your conscience. Why not go off to yourself and reason this thing out to your own satisfaction and peace of mind, asking yourself such questions as To what, kind of leadership will I be entrusting my future with my Company -Is that leadership unselfish and looking only toward my interest and individual welfare, or is .there a self-seeking motive behind it Would I really and truly bo improving my position now and in the future. No one but you oan answer these questions. •, The election will be by secret ballot and no one will know your decision. • You may record your vote as to how you feel today, regardless of any preference you may have expressed in the past. Your vote should be in accordance with your present desires, regardless of whether or not you now belong to any group, or whether or not you have signed an application card, authorization, or any other document. To sum up the situation briefly, it means Just this, that the decision rests entirely with you and you should make your decision without feeling you are being influenced or intimidated by anyone and feel perfectly free to vote as you think best. I will make this request of you that you do vote so that the results.of the election will show your actual wishes. I would like to point out that if you do not vote you will be lotting someone else decide your future representation. You owe it to yourself, your family, and your Company JHJr:MT Sincerely yours, (s) JAS. HILL, JR. This is H rr/iriii! o/ « Idler rrcrully inailnl nil iif tlic. AUK-MO /'<Wrr nnplnymi w/i« are eliyilitc lu Vut-<: in Ilic cumin;/ clceJiu Jt's OurBusiness toSerre 1/ou _ _ OUfiA/MTO SFWEYOUSZTTEK/

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